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"godsey" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast
"Women to task for thinking about the problem in terms of choice rather than in terms of rights because as she points out for an awful lot of women, there is never any choice. There's not a decent healthcare system they don't have access to doctors. They live in medical deserts, metaphorically speaking. And historically, of course, black women had no reproductive rights from the time that they were gentle slaves until the present. And that's a legacy she believes people are still living with. And, of course, this isn't just an issue in the U.S.. We're also seeing abortion bans being brought into countries like Poland and we're seeing this wider pushback on LGBTQ freedoms in many parts of the world. How important is the scientific literature in those debates? In some ways, it's not important at all because the arguments really are about power, but both sides site scientific literature or at least the side I'm sided with often site scientific literature because there's always the hope that the discussion could become rational. And the science could be part of that rational discussion. But in fact, when science is brought into play, it's usually wielded as a kind of cudgel and not as something that the people wielding it really care to understand in depth. But still I obviously, I believe that having clear scientific voices in the discussion is always important. And that she thought issue about sex and gender being a kind of bureaucratic issue or a governmental issue more than anything else, a political one is brought out really nicely in one of our books Paisley Cora's sexes as sex does, which again you are very keen to have on the list. I was very keen to cover Paisley Cara's book because he looks at the law and looks at how sex and gender from the point of view, especially of trans people, is defined very differently, say by a health department by a marriage bureau by someone giving driver's licenses and comes to the conclusion that in each of these arenas, it's a practical question, a functional question for the law and for government, as to who they're going to call mail and who they're going to call female and who's going to let changes that are birth certificate and not. And it's much more based on the functionality of government bureaucracy than it is on some belief in a particular biological definition of sex or gender. And what other themes were you keen to draw out in this series? So, I mean, the whole question of sex and gender. You know, when I first started being involved in it when I was a young scientist, the question was, and it was generally in the university, why aren't there any women? And we bring the problem as women in science, not gender and science. And that's still remains an issue in a particularly it remains an issue in the United States, but also worldwide. So I thought the contribution of the book lab hopping, which looks at efforts of women scientists in India to become important parts of the scientific workforce or who are, but have to do it in odd and devious ways sometimes. So that's still an ongoing thing that I think one needs to keep track of, which is, how are women working as scientists? And it is useful to see that cross cultural perspective because actually the situation of women is very different depending on which country you're in. Absolutely. To the extent that the situation is different solutions are different, both policy, solutions, but also just the ways in which individual women or small groups of women band together and navigate a situation. It's going to differ from one country to another in one culture to another. And maybe we can give each other ideas. And kind of looking even more forward than that. We have everyday utopia. Which is the left field choice in this list by Christine godsey, but it really does imagine a world in which we can just see things completely differently. If we could start from scratch, how different the world might be. Yeah, I think she and every day utopia, she does a great job of sort of giving us a very cross historical look at different utopian attempts at things like how to construct a family, child rearing, education, sex, or decisions, not to have sex. And what I really appreciated about it is that she didn't just start in the 18th and 19th century where some people are more familiar with some of the utopian societies that existed, but she reached way back into Greek society and to some of the archeological digs where the architecture suggests that there may have been different kinds of group living and family arrangements. And talking about history, then we also have envisioning African intersex, which is a very new book just out this year, looking at colonial and racist legacies in South African medicine. I think the books that deal explicitly with the race that is particularly Dorothy Roberts book and this book that the ways in which the colonial regimes intermingled race and sex and gender really come to the floor. And the way in which intersex was wrought as it were as a white phenomenon by John money in the United States looks so different from how it existed and exists in South Africa and also how it's part of a political activist movement in South Africa, particularly around some of their big name runners, Lancaster semenya. So that book really brings a much needed different angle to the question of intersex. Yeah, it does feel like we're in a very exciting time. You and I have both written on this subject. You, for much longer than I have, but it does feel right now. We're in a very exciting time for literature on sex and gender in the sciences. Yeah, I think we are. And I think one of the things that's fun for me since you mentioned that I've been around longer than you. Which I am. Is to see how efforts that we started in the 70s and 80s have blossomed and now it's a moment for a reconsideration of them. And I think this is particularly exciting and mallon of king's book, the female turn, where she looks at how evolutionary science looks at the female animal. And the push to make animal behavior studies, but from an evolutionary point of view, less male focused and to remember that females who are part of the action really started in the 80s and when you had, you had Donna hare always work and you had the female primatologists, the whole bunch of them doing really interesting work and studying the females instead of just the males and giving them agency and changing the line that somehow female mis meant to be tiring and coy. And monogamous, then you had this whole generation of biologists of whom king is now a new one who took those ideas and ran with them. And now there's she's produced or summarized a whole second generation of stories about how we view sex and gender or sex anyway in the animal kingdom through the eyes of feminists who became behavioral biologists. So you see one or two more generations of work and what it's produced. And that's pretty exciting. It is exciting. And fausto Sterling, thank you so much. Thank you very much, Angela. I'm Angela seni, and I hope you will tune in for the interviews with the authors of these books over the next 6 months. That starts on 25th May and maybe you'll even be inspired to read alongside us. And that concludes this edition of the science podcast. If you have any comments or suggestions, write to us that science podcast at AAAS dot org. You can listen to the show on our website, science dot org slash podcast. Or search for science magazine on any podcasting app. This show was edited by me, Sarah crespi, Megan Cantwell, and Kevin mcclain. With production help from prodigy, special thanks to Angela sani for all her work on the upcoming book
"godsey" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"The cap. Or they could trade him or release him outright. So if Brady wants to say, end his career, where it started if he wants to go back to San Francisco, play for the forty-niners who probably only have Trey Lance and what have you, whatever else next year, maybe they think Trey Lance needs another year and Brady sees that team as a Super Bowl contender just a quarterback away, which he probably did a couple years ago and wanting to go there. Then that's sort of the move that you make. Could that happen? Yes. Do I think it's probable? No. But you never know. Yeah, I think he's done. Jump to somebody who is done in New England. At least for now. You never know what the future holds. But Josh McDaniels, Dave ziegler, both going to the Raiders, Greg, just kind of your thoughts on the impact this could have on Mac Jones first. Yeah, Nick, I think a lot depends on what they do to who they bring in to replace Joshua. Is it Bill O'Brien, Greg? I think he's the leader in the House, the overwhelming favorite. And I think that's the best scenario for everybody. You know, you get Bill O'Brien and they already have a quarterback coach there Beau hargey. I don't know how they feel about him. There are a bunch of patriots, former patriots assistants sort of in the ether like Jerry siblings, was the former quarterbacks coach was on Joe judge's staff. There's George godsey who was on Brian Flores as Miami staff, chatto is still, I think he's a passing game coordinator for the browns. There's a bunch of guys still around. But to me, in my mind, Bill O'Brien is clearly the top choice to replace Josh McDaniels. It makes things a lot easier. He has a relationship with Mac Jones, Mac helped teach him the Alabama offense before Mac went to the Patriots. Last off season. So I think that's great. I think bill's great with young quarterbacks, you know, look at his work with deshaun Watson. It was not exactly a patriots type quarterback. He certainly made that work in Houston. He won a lot of games with a lot of mediocre quarterbacks in Houston, made the playoffs four times with guys like Brian Hoyer and case Keenum and other guys like that. So I think the world of Bill O'Brien if he comes on, that's a Grand Slam for the Patriots. I think it's the best case scenario for them. And then, you know, also, we just got a bulletin. Yeah, Joe Brady's going to be the new quarterback coach for the Panthers. So he takes the place of Ken Dorsey. So yeah, so you know the other thing is, you know, Dave ziegler. To me, that's the bigger piece of the puzzle right there, because Dave ziegler was a guy who had been in the system, stepped up, they retained him when he was interviewing with the Broncos a year ago, stepped up to retain him. And, you know, we saw the impact that he had on the first draft, you know, and also free agency..
"godsey" Discussed on The NFL Show
"I don't think the run game is special without that advantage without that quarterback that you have to account for in the run game teams. Don't have to play them Eleven on eleven in the run game anymore. That's why the patriots run game was so good last year the year before that it was one of the you know i don't think it was. I think it was a league average. Run game last year was one of the best run games so i think that's the difference between whether the patriots offense is a lot better. This year are just slightly improved. The sound you hear is just me putting a sticky note up. We've one stephen cam reference check. I want to see. We got two days without a cam. Newton reference wife the chalkboard zero days cabinet references. Ceylan i wanna ask is the perhaps the second most interesting alabama quarterback in this game. He's the guy on the other side and dua. Why didn't really talk about. Because i i'm really soon that flora's defense and i think i have a lot of faith miami. This young think events would chipper. Why offensively they need to take steps forward. In the to a era you get new. England week one. No stefan gilmore. But you still get new england one i. How do we feel about the changes. They've made how we feel about who they brought around and what. They're supporting him with ken. This offense succeed against top defense is like the one they're about one and so that's the thing right. We know that they've addressed wonder deep threat. Issue i know willfuller won't be available for that first matchup but jalen waddell nother alabama product. There's twenty million of the mini nfl. But i'm still. There's about officer line. I mean i think it was branded thorne who a newsletter you know is actually awesome like very much informative about up the wind play but like the colosseum arthritis ringer. Nfl show listen on an offensive line fly newsletter. We want seriously. It's also it should check it out But he had his great. I guess. I don't know if i call it great. That's why pause like is is threat of austin. Jackson plays on twitter. You know few weeks ago. I think and it's just like this dude at this point in his career already doesn't look like he's a serviceable left tackle. I think you're actually wanted to the point that they should start. We mike bird at left tackle bed. And i do agree with that like they do. Need the try like the figure out what their configuration is. That allows to the. Have time the sebastian. I know again going up against patriots is probably not going to happen anyway. Like i think belgian co are gonna scheme up ways to keep him under pressure and keep them. You know from seeing the field to clear before priests now but I'm curious to see how they utilized. They're receiving core tied in unit. I wanna see a little bit more involved. I think that you know with to last season We saw the you know the dolphins offense at a really good job or i guess not job. They highway utilized tight ends They are one of the highest twelve personnel groupings in the league last year. And i'm curious to see you know how to take the next step in near to one. Having the deep threats like what you came grant with. Jim waddell on the field. How you're able to utilize the intermediate and target that. Because that was area of his game at you know alabama. It seemed like obviously obama. One has the better. Athletes has a better players but he always seemed to go to the right spot and allowed that was in the intermediate part of the field. And i feel like we didn't see him really targeted much last season. So hopefully having those options like you said ben like upgrading their off line or assuming. The odds of weapons allows them to do that this year. Yeah i think the the protection item is interesting. Because i think your optimal to offense has him releasing the ball like two point. Two five two point three two point three five seconds like he should be a league leader in release. Time and by leader made quickest. That doesn't make sense if he's very fast. Getting rid of the ball end. So yes austin. Jackson being really really rough hurts and not solving left tackle hurts with that said like i do think you're going to be probably a heavy. Rpo team george godsey eric's dudes the offense coordinator there which by the way also very interested to see how the whole co offense coordinator thing works. Brian florez one hundred percent of belgium's disciple because the miami beach have been like haley. Who calls plays by what we're not gonna say that competitive advantage we the way to give a tip off the other team. We call shut up ryan but anyways to see how that whole coetzee thing works But there it's going to be. Rpo habits what we saw in the preseason. We saw all right if you're going to be off cover on j. watt in the slot throwing a ball screens suck. It's jalen waddell. You know what i mean like. They're gonna take the easy stuff. So i am worried. About austin jackson but i do think that often salons a little underrated and i think that if you're in situations where you're asking to take deep drops and hold the ball and try to push the ball deep. You're already not barking up the right tree before you even kind of get to where the offense aligns at you know what i mean. So i'm more interested in seeing how this new england defense looks because the twenty nine nineteen defense. We saw the one that led. The league looked a lot different from the twenty twenty defense. And i think a lot of that had to do with what was going on the front seven inches fell off but we saw more zone coverage last year. We saw less blitzing last year. And now we're going into the year with gilmore. I mean there's a decent chance that he doesn't ever play a game for the patriots this year. I'm really interested in seeing how confident billet check is in this cornerback Without deal more involved. Is he going. To cross the line of scrimmage and have those blitz looks and blitz the hell out of and leaves corners on a on. An island is gonna play a bunch of tampa to like. He did last year I think in the same way like dak came back to the dallas offense. We were like oh right. Everything is conditional on this man. We're gonna get done to hightower back in the patriots defense. Be like oh wait hightower. is everything right like. he's just. He's a skeleton case right. He just solves problems for them. As i agree. I know you're really big on patriots. Defense being good this year. I'm all the way there. But that's because i've watched a lot more jalen mills than you have been concerned about that. But i do think right like this is a big defensive test. One off the dolphins off. We've we've never seen Eagles defensive back disappointed philly and then go on to have a good career new england. I can't think of a single one named eric. Rowe utah chung up. He started doing. That would doesn't count as much but also yes so that okay. Dave number three because eagles defence back makes me sad green bay. Packers playing the saints but in jacksonville. Which by the way the whole saint story about how they pick jacksonville looking up. Where flights were the most expensive for green bay. Packers fans is delightful. And i appreciate it Stephen this one's yours. I deem influx and then also a team with a quarterback i would like to put them in flats what you're looking for the saints offense. I mean he'd we know what the packers offense is gonna look like. There's some intrigue on what the defense is gonna look like. But i think that's the side of the ball we focus on for this game. Right it saints offense respects defense and what. I want to see what the offense is. Is this gonna look like early. Peyton and breeze. When they were talking the ball downfield brees was throwing a fair amount of interceptions. He was always in like the teens with his intercept. I feel like this is one of the most under appreciated things that people don't talk about right like we all remember brees of last like four or five years early. Pay in breeze saints. Were flame-throwers man. And so i. I love the fact that we're talking about this. Because i think people think that pay is not gonna know what to do. Ed he absolutely does. Yeah and i went back into the the football outsiders database. I went back to the old on the next pull this information their pay rates. This was the big change in it. Kinda changed after bountygate. They used to be at the top of the league and play action rate in two thousand eight six and two thousand nine. I two thousand ten eleven. Two thousand eleven fifth. And that's when bountygate happened and then after that they went sixteen. Twelve twenty fifth. Twentieth twenty-second twenty-third. Twenty four twenty eight twenty eight. I think that was more of a breeze. More than brees is armed. Falling off because armed really didn't fall off until the last couple of years i think it was more of a oath breezes..
"godsey" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"So I am interested. My interest is peaked. You mean like the backup of Volvo? Volkswagen. Was that a movie or is it like, yeah, we made out in an uncomfortable place and they're like back up a Volkswagen? He's getting the football and uncomfortable places. All right, so I got John. Dolphins. Quick chatter about the dolphins. What do you think about what the Patriots will see on Sunday four 25 kick? Yeah, I think the most useless thing is over analysis and week one because we have no idea what we're going to see. You can't show anything out the preseason. Don't give me the film. Don't do any of that stuff. I mean, look, Austin Jackson, they're left tackles and COVID-19, shaheen's and COVID-19, one of their tight ends. They're starting a rookie at left guard. I think I can burgers pretty good. Second rounder. But man, that's against this front. That's a tall tat with tua, who's not exactly mister, you know, mister stoic, you know, but in the pocket and you're gonna sit back there and confident in his reads and his blocking. So look, they have a ton of talent. I think this is gonna be a team that's gonna be better in the second half of the season. I think that they have a ridiculous secondary that I think is gonna be pretty good. I mean, Jason McCourty is playing free safety though. So look for them to target him on a few things. But rose pretty good Justin Coleman is back former patriot. I loved him here. I loved him in Detroit, Byron Jones, saving Howard. But to me, I think one of the big storylines in this game, Nick is the dolphins because Brian Flores can't make a decision on who he wants to be offensive coordinator for more than 6 seconds. Is now going with, yeah, this works all the time. The double offensive coordinator with George God, my guy, George godsey, who I spent a lot of time with when I did the Houston Texans game plan story was Bill O'Brien's offense corner. Love godsey. He's very smart. I could see him as a future OC here. And Eric, stews ville, who is mostly I think a run game. He was an interim coach with the Broncos. I think maybe after McDaniels got fired. But anyways, yeah, the double coordinator works wonders like, you know, after firing people left and right. Now he's going with the double guys. That's going to be an issue in Josh Boyer against Mick Josh McDaniels. But, you know, Boyer is the dolphins defense corner, former secondary coach here with the Patriots. That is an intellectual mismatch if I've ever seen one, and now that Josh McDaniels actually has tools, I expect him to win the day that way. So I like the Patriots pretty good in this game. The good co OC, the double mint gum approach to their offensive coordinator. I pretty much everything you just said..
"godsey" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Titans at chiefs home browns at baltimore lose their last six games. This is a team that complete l. Guy i know fell apart the last four weeks so that that's why i just can't get there with them but i can't really get there with baltimore either. I might have a seventeen circle. I don't give you an eighth. Maybe tennessee make the case for the defense. 'cause i defense was so bad. Last year really was new defensive coordinator and shane bowl and he comes in and ida in the first year guy. I don't know if that's the reason why you would pick them but just that their offense is really good that they had a bad year. Last year fables got too much pride for this team to just be a no arthur's no other smith north. Smith's todd w how many miles on derrick henry the last two years. So he's like a car driving back back and forth across country for two straight years. Basically i worry about him staying healthy at julio tannehill at nine games at seven on the i are what are we adding. I don't. I can't figure out who's going to win that division i was. I have a bet on jacksonville like ten to one to win the division. Just for the hell of it just in case. It's like eight nine lindsey division. We were texting about this. I think colts are are kind of sleeper. Sneaky you're just on wednesday tougher you well. Maybe it's not went. So yeah maybe he can wait. Jacob e center sam etlinger. Well you know. Part of the problem with the colts is they. Don't have they're not gonna have wins the first month right. No he might play dude. You think all right okay. yes he week one. He might be all right. They play the afc east in the nfc west this year. They go seahawks. Rams i two games. It's tough and then titans we three at dolphins at raven those of their first five so to win. So that's jacobson could be owned five. I i got. I'm really monitoring the chargers it. 'cause i have a lot of talent. And if they figure out their offensive line you mentioned the assets they added but if they can figure out just five guys dirig- aiming comes back. They're good. They're good in the then. The herbert lee bright the year. Two of a potential superstar. Qb they oh is that jump is in the year two That should be something where what about equity to. There's going to be like mccaffrey. Basically i mean. Here's the thing. Awesome nikola love. The guy had a great year. When melvin gordon was out. It's not like this guy. It's not walter payton back there. And everyone's telling me echo echo Let's see it i. Let's see if it like arizona cardinals anything for you. I can't get with cliff. After last year. Some of the coachee malpractice and then the kyla. Murray thing it's can he play seventeen. Gains kizzie made it like seven last year. Yup and noah especially like how much his legs were so important has success the first two months. If we're gonna remove that in some way. I didn't feel like he had a plan at all. Terrible division dolphins. I can't get there with two. He's going to have to prove it to me. I'm not against it. i just. I need to see it. Show it to me for a month. They're excited down there. I mean you know. The argument is like chan. Gailey was their offensive coordinator last year. And that's ryan fitzpatrick's guy and tool was running offense. That wasn't it wasn't built for him necessarily he gets in there now and it's studs ville and it's god's see sorry and it's done spill and it's why am i going blank on. I said george. Godsey i think that is who it is and the two of them are co coordinators. And it's like oh offensive. Game plan built around to a skill set to always want wherever he's been fearing onto a you know that you're going to be relevant. Because last year they won ten games with. Its patrick i don't. I'm in unto us the issue i am been a guarantee i'm going to guarantee the pats have at least one more win. The dolphins okay all right. I'm in there for guarantees. I think i'm going with the seventeen circle and i'm leaving the eighth seed blank for the pats chargers raven stairs. We didn't really talk about the ravens. That's another one. Where i feel like i've i've seen the movie a couple of times. Let's great in the regular season. You're talking win. Totals i in the regular season other than dobbins. What skills sky on that team do you love is. I guess it's the android your lights. I do love a single receiver that they have no. They bring a nanny while they think of all the equity. They've spent on receivers like first and second picks. And i just don't trust any of them. It's not their offense. They say they don't. They don't need that they don't need bateman to go nuts. They need a couple of big plays from from hollywood and gets healthy. Get him there and sammy. That's three receivers that are serviceable. But that offense is going to be all about lamar jackson to fullbacks three tight ends. Jk dobbins and they're going to win games by a time of possession and just run the ball. I do love dobbins as a famous guy team. Circle here my seven o'casey buffalo cleveland tampa seattle rams green bay and will leave the eighth spot open. I'm going to say. Put pittsburgh in there and i will just throw another wildcard team out there for you to think about they on the coach alone to the saints. Not stand a chance if good james shows up this year now. I'm not putting jameson the circle at jamie swat listen. The circle is an exclusive. It's not like the house where it's like membership only like you play your way in the circle now but going into the thing. I'm only going seven Some favorite bets bills rams was forty seven to one on fan dodo in the super bowl. Like brown's rams of sixty two one. Pats rams says one twenty to one the The browns to win the afc is plus some fifty. 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"godsey" Discussed on Julgados e Comentados
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"godsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Time for an update from the Gruber Law one call that's all sports desk. Here's Greg Matt, say. Welcome back to home court advantage. It didn't really seem to work well. Last series, at least not for the Nets and 70 Sixers. Nevertheless, the Bucks are back with it for their Eastern Conference finals match up against the Hawks. The honest knows the heavy lifting is just about to begin job is not done. You've got to keep believing ourselves. We've got to keep playing good basketball. We halfway halfway through hawks knocked off the 70 Sixers in Game seven. On the road Sunday night. Voice of the box. Ted Davis believes Atlanta's a scrappy team in the box would do well to take them seriously versus looking beyond. I think the bus as a team know not to do that they had disappointments. The last Two seasons in the playoffs. They know what it's like to go out. I think this team is really hungry. They prepare themselves better this year to be in this position, and they were the last two seasons. Last time the Hawks played in the Eastern Conference finals six years ago, their head coach, Mike Budenholzer, The Brewers go from Denver to Phoenix to face the N L West cellar dweller Arizona Diamondbacks Game one of the three game series tonight, Arizona writing a 17 game losing streak. Meanwhile, five of the Brewers last six games have been decided by one run. That's how it works here. You just you can't give give anything in because everything seems to matter. I mean, I think you know we're in the stress. See, it's for here. It's I think it's 551 run games in the last seven. So just just tells you that how much everything little thing. Matters in these games. Unfortunately, we came on top and cut balance today for bears and cubs remain tied atop the NL Central Division standings. Four games ahead of the Cardinals and Reds. Coverage of tonight's game begins at 805 and back to basketball here. Johnson down to four. Here you got the Clippers. Little banged up. Why is dealing with a knee injury? He's their All star Chris Paul has yet to clear the health and safety protocol. So he's now playing for the sons right now. Star appeal exists on both teams, but those are pretty important players. I would argue the Hawks and the Bucks are probably the healthiest teams left in the playoffs. Yeah, sure. And the Hawks didn't have an all star, but they've got you know, six guys that averaged more than 10 points per game so far, and Trae Young State playoffs. He is absolutely dangerous. You never know what you're going to get a side of full throttle. Yep. You got that right going to be fun to watch. It's 4 47 at WTMJ, Speaking of the Bucks. Chief marketing officer, Dustin Godsey is with us after the break. Your.
"godsey" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"Good joke now. By the way. I did not put salt in. These proudly say they'll promise you let's get down to the brass tacks here to. Yes what steve rallies problem that. He couldn't be at work all time. That's a big dude. Big strong dude. He had to do it from home. They just decided certain. People got home studios. Yeah it was it was no oh they just you know it was you. Come in you stay home. You come in you i you know. I don't know what the rhyme or reason was. I was glad. I went in. Because i just wanted to see somebody you know to. I hate were. I mean if i had to i would do it like no if i move to another state or something at work from home in like with something like this is going to be with each other a couple times where we tried to do. A at home doesn't work. Yeah i mean i can have of. It is collaborating in the same spot to see each other's expressions and kristen hartman is here from channel nine. We haven't seen in over a year and the last time i saw her saw her out somewhere. We were carrying out of that bar that she was smashed up. This story gets worse and worse every time it was for ten twenty seven day. Remember remember twenty seven day. Yeah bound to seven day stern Cancer remember that you guys were doing a really kind of thing. Favorite causes so yeah. I love the fact that i have a theme song by not like when we see you walk so slow motion. Yeah it's like it's like going out. There is a glow around. You breeze a character disney princess ana or whoever was the one that is that china. Godsey shoot out of you slow. But that's funny so kristin harmon from channel nine is here. She's always on television. Taste like the first ten minutes letter. Come out and play for a little in the last ten minutes dot. Isn't it great to see people in person i. I haven't seen you guys know. I know you were on a year. And i asked you a few times if he wanted to come in during that year and he said how they will let me they will let me talk. Honestly have people in here because we we still can't have guests in our building. We cannot go. no we're we're we did any. I mean some of them yeah. It took a while everything backup. When did you guys get to have people here. The attorney that comes in on say stewart w penrose came throughout the whole thing. So yeah yeah. So we went on with life fits regular. Because i didn't wanna come on talking about for the whole thing. How scary it is and all that stuff. When they're people that listen to us were still working. Well yeah lots of beautiful. Real men. didn't stop working. Men stayed home and took on radio. So how'd you like the cookies guys. They're good yeah. I'm waiting to go to. I won't break so i get another round. I'm already seeing colors. Chris harman inner acid cookies. Grandma would be very upset with you. Know that's how she she lives. He lives this law. How'd you live this long. Grandma dropping acid grabby heineken. You still she still can do a decent polka can. Yes she can then. Yes wow does she drink or smoking. Now wow okay. No no she. She has a very. She's very strict about as oatmeal every day. Oranges everyday bacon. Nope no no bacon perot as though she eats. Why would you wanna live a hundred years without eating. I wanna eat strictly. How on earth father's day at my house was great. I woke up happy. Father was wonderful. I woke up. I went got my wife coffee. Have you father's day get moment. And then what else did i do. Oh they They wanted to go out to eat at display going to say where but we went because they wanted to go there. Let's see what else did did we do. I did you call no. I took my kids at a pool. I watch him so that's fun. Yeah my wife. My wife wanted her to take a nap. She usually naps on because she did a bungee. I work so i took okay so so you skipped over that she did a bunch of yard work. did you join her. Doing the artwork. No why would he do that. Look at him but he ran and got coffee coffee. Every every day for the poor. I did go to the pool by sat there and listened to anthrax not and yeah no really anthrax at the pool when you meditate near when i'm at home and i'm working on stuff or whatever i just want to you know the chill i like a little enya with the sounds of kids screaming so awesome sir and you would agree. Yes that's why she has no kids and a castle. A castle does keep everybody away with a moat jazz mode around. It ended up girl. She didn't have covert right. Probably socially distanced since the nineties. Well chris oh you're gonna tell me about this event yes doug you like a date. Well you put it out there. Western southern w. e. b. and fireworks is returning to the river. Okay and you have not felt that experience yet. I have been there. Yeah okay. you're one of the smarter. Ones but september fifth. It's happening down there. And i'm sure it's going to be a muggy day since we're already feeling it but the look it all reality. This is exciting. Because last year it was historic. We never had that happened before the year before it was it was weird because we had like a mr a fog and it was hard to see the fireworks. I don't know yeah i was. I could see him okay. Where i was not a good location. Well sorry It's a but we are having a two night kickoff party. Okay at the brand new. Promo west pavilion at ovation. Okay now that is happening. it's two nights. keep in mind. This is the kickoff party. And i'm going to invite you. I'll put you on okay. You be my plus. One sept excited heading september third with your favorite band theory of a dead man. Okay and ten years okay and ten years. Yes right okay. The second night. It's going to be a true and non-point okay. Okay okay now you probably get you in for both. 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"15 29 spins to the basket Scores want to move around two guys by honest to make it 52 31. You've got 6.5 minutes to cut 10 points off this lead. The much did have a few moments in that lost the other night in Brooklyn. They're hoping for a whole lot more when the action shifts the Pfizer form tomorrow night, joining us live bucks Chief marketing Officer Dustin Godsey on Wtmj. Good morning, Dustin. Good morning. How are you? We're doing great big news because you'll be at full capacity Advisor. We are. We're so excited for this team to get back home. You know, kind of brush off what happened out in Brooklyn and and play in front of a full house. It's going to be really exciting to see that energy here again. So Dustin. I know for the couple of home games in the Miami series. The Dear District was an interesting deal because fans that we're going into the arena kind of got first dibs, and then it opened up to everybody else is that kind of going to be the same process for these couple of games at home against Brooklyn? Out on the the Deer District. We're now at full capacity out there as well. So there will likely be you know some traffic flow procedures in place to make sure that people can get smoothly into the building. But we'll start entertainment out on the plaza at 5 30 an hour before tip off for all fans to to come down, so it'll It'll feel a lot more like it did two years ago with you know that that party outside and you know, fans get already and filling up the building. In fact, Perfect weather for a party to what with the sun, the heat and it's gonna be cooler downtown. There's always that going on procedurally for ticket holders tomorrow night. Anything that they need to know destiny in terms of any masking, distancing anything like that. Uh, we are still asking fans to wear masks inside it with the large gathering inside. But for the most part, you know, have your tickets ready when you come down, just knowing that there will be some lines and some additional traffic down there. So have tickets ready When you get to the door. Have that that mask on and be ready to get loud. Dustin, what sorts of things do you guys have planned inside the inside the arena and during the game to make things difficult on the Brooklyn Nets, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving You know, I think for us is it's encouraging fans to get down here as quick as early as possible before the game, we will have our full entertainment teams are back out, um, was had T shirts for all the every fan as they come through the door for the 1st 10,000 fans. Sorry as they come through the door, so this encouraging was the dance to come down early. Um, but we're going to. We're going to have the place cranking. We're going to we're in full playoff mode. I think you know we're ready to to get some things going. I think a few surprise appearances as we go through these this couple home games, But it should be a really fun bucks Chief marketing officer Dustin Godsey. Joining us live on Wtmj Get a silly question. Are there any tickets left for to my own head or the game four. There are so few a few seats left, and we anticipate later today as we, you know, start to release some of our our league holds and team holds and that sort of thing that will have more coming out. So it encouraged answers to keep looking throughout the day today for for those tickets as they become available. How cool is that going to be thrown out? Full house advice, er form full house and the deer district as well as the bucks. Take on the Brooklyn Nets a game he can hear right here on Wtmj Bucks Chief Marketing officer Dustin cuts he thank you so much. With the help and the information and hopefully we'll be talking some more as soon as the playoffs continue. 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"Let's go longer, so we can push some of the majority of your money and we're gonna give you guarantees. We want you to be our quarterback toe when we have a signed a larger portion. Of a salary cap to give you and the number is higher because you're mentioning what's happening the next two years, and that's accurate. But at the same time with all these players, a lot of them outside of Patrick Mahomes are fighting is I want a new opportunity for a contract. Around the age of 30. Not on the wrong side of 30, right? Most of these guys, I think Josh is going to be 25 May. How do I know that? I think that birthday's tomorrow. Is it tomorrow? It's right around here. It's late. May. Yeah. Yeah, we're super sensitive to this kind of stuff here. I think waiting for him to send me a text about the actual day of his birthday. How do you know this tomorrow, But like all these guys are, like, you know, 25 range. They're gonna want a chance for another pain because you know if you look at where they all stand They all know the money is going up. They all know the new deals are kicking in. Well, the thought process. Usually at the position is I want another deal at 30 and not the wrong side of 30 so I can get another big contract. As opposed to what Patrick Mahomes did. So That's the back and forth because you're right. Some of these teams want to go a little bit longer, but some of these players do want to go shorter so they can get paid again because the market might be entirely different. When you're locked into one of these deals, long term, you start seeing people pass you You know you're better than that's kind of something that irritates a lot of players. Yeah, and the creativity behind the Chiefs deal with Pat Mahomes. It's unprecedented, really, But it is. It's a 10 year deal, and it does average 50 year when he's got a lot of incentive, a lot of guarantees in it, but he doesn't really receive too much money until the back end of the day. At least five years into this deal, or six years into this deal, he gets some $60 million balloon payment in 2027. That's a long way out, but he does get a ton of money guaranteed How creative, you know. Do you see these teams being, particularly when they can go to the players and legitimately say, Listen? Pandemic crushed us. You gotta help us here and depend. I guess it depends on every guy individually how receptive they are to that, But I think all for these deals could be lucrative. For all four of these quarterbacks, but they all look could look really different. Yeah, That's that. That's the thing that's changed with the Mahomes deal is, we're the last question. I was kind of answering sense of that was the structure right? And that's what most guys wanted, and that's how it usually go. And you were seeing deals. Just going. Like, all right, like Let's break this down. And the Adam Schefter Z and wrap reports are telling all of us that, you know. Well, this has two million more guarantees, and you know this. It just it just you just Each guy just by a little as the deals get done, But now there's another avenues to explore. If you remember when Russell Wilson was going through his negotiations, he was trying to get a percentage of the salary cap, which is an avenue. Nobody wanted to go down, but he wanted to get a percentage of what the cap was. No team really wanted to do that. But the point is That deal and the discussions that went on there and him, forcing the Seahawks and to the Mahomes deal, toe everything. The thought process is more outside the box now than it was in the past, and I think because of the pandemic Everybody is getting more creative because of even those deals that happened before the pandemic. Things air not entirely in the same structure that I described earlier. So you're right. They could be entirely different because they also are different players in different types of organizations and different playing style. So, yeah, I do think they could be different, And that's gonna be the interesting part if agents want to play off what they know from the other one, because they might be structuring something different than what you guys are working on and from a completely different part of the quarterback landscape. The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero long time cover, beat reporter columnist for the Dolphins. We had him on our show last week, James talking about how tricky the offense was going to be for two of this year with Cole offensive coordinators in George Godsey and Eric Students Ville and even Charlie Frye, the quarterbacks coach was gonna have some input in It just seemed like a schnozzle to me and not a good delineation of duties for a quarterback. And then he writes in his column today, after talking to some players at O T. A's Like Myles Gaskin is telling him the playbooks completely new when the plan was to complete to keep the majority of the playbook intact from the retired again, Chan Gailey. Help to us, and now he's getting a much different message from players. How gobbled and garbled can this get for for two a going forward here? Not that anybody in Buffalo is concerned, but For two is sake that that doesn't sound like a knee zero to hold there. No, it doesn't. And it was easy. Wasn't easy to digest a lot of those words, either. We were all over the map in a lot of words. I didn't think I'd hear today, but I love it. I You're right. And I actually I know area you know, George pretty well. And I've spent time with both of them. And it was gonna be an interesting set up right? And that was gonna be something we were all going to keep our eye on. But as little change is possible for young quarterbacks Is usually what you're shooting for. Wright was. We're talking at length on NFL network the other day about Justin Herbert, who likes the world on fire in his rookie season, and now he's gonna learn entirely new offense with Joe Lombardi coming in in the ST system. This off season, and now we're going to see what he can do in your two. Which is something you probably don't want to do when a guy plays really, really well, well, something else I don't really want to do when you have questions about the guy either, right? I mean, that's what you're doing. You're almost creating in my opinion. More questions about what your evaluation is of Tua. When this goes on, then you're creating answers. The same thing has happened to drew lock in Denver, where I'm sitting right now. The guys had a different offensive coordinator every year of college and the NFL. Except leading into this year. That's the first time he has the same OC twice in a row. Well, it doesn't make life very easy on a quarterback specifically when they're young in the NFL. When you keep changing things for them. Sometimes you have to and obviously in Miami they did in Denver. They did in those years, but It makes your evaluation of the player more complex because at the same time we're hearing there's reports from my buddy Albert Breer of like they could land to Shawn Watson. And and and so all right. Well, then what is my aunt? What is Houston seeing out of two of its hard for them to evaluate him as well? Right? So I think it just it does cloudy it a little bit and what you have in the player when things keep changing on him, and I think now it with those comments. It's gonna make you go. All right. Well, let's see what you can do, because this doesn't seem entirely, you know. Very easy for him Right now. Last one for me, James is about the NFL. It evolves all the time. They changed the rules. Every year. It evolves. It becomes better. The fans love it. Even more They do. We could to give the fans more of what they want less of what they don't want. And this year they're putting in 1/17 game. I see it as a stepping stone. I think they'll go to 18 games. Eventually, I think it'll be an 18 game regular season to season two game preseason and away they'll go. What do you think the biggest ripple effect will be? From a this a little bit of a seismic shift. I mean, it's been 16 games for a long, long time. Um, what do you think the ripple effects will be with the extended schedule? I am. The first one that jumps out of me is it's actually a little bit easier to make the schedule in terms of who gets what games and because Now you have more gains that are kind of your wild card games that you can throw the other. Broadcast teams, right? And so when that 17th game was added in this in this last, uh, last scheduling, you know, reports at the league office were like well, then say, say, Fox doesn't get this game and well, then we can give CBS this game but we can move this and now you can move some games..
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"Yeah. I'm just. I have been a little stubborn on the whole zakar. It's thing i think. And maybe they will just cut him. But i'm not sure anybody's giving them anything for him. And i like maybe if they just cut him. Then then i'll change my tune in about twenty five days on dallas goedert. He'll be right there with fant. I'm a. I'm a little bit Interested in what this offense looks like you would think serianni would heavily involved a tight end since he was under reich but i do think there's a chance devante smith just leads a team in targets. It's kind of my hope not to sell this position short. But i don't know how many interesting debates there are after that. It's basically how you could sell this position. i you like. what could you say to to make. It seem worse than it is. It's so bad and being tight end. Six is really did. Not even a great accomplishment. Hopefully we can get six tight ends. This year and four is not even good accomplishment. Master wasn't yeah. So i guess after that it's just to pick the guy you like. I know you guys like irv smith. He's top nine for everybody. As for dave in eighth jamie and heath ninth for dave dave still believes in robert tanya n- enough to have eighth heath has thirteenth. Jamie has an eleventh. Mike is around twelve for jamie. And dave mike. Sickie is twentieth all right. Why don't we talk about that. Heath you have michalski twentieth. So just not interested i just. I'm afraid with the additions of fuller waddell it signals more true three wide receiver sets for the dolphins and mike sixties path. To being good for fantasy as been devante. Parker is the only healthy wide receiver on the team. Then he gets to be good because he gets to play more wide receiver. He doesn't really block or play tight end. And if you're gonna have waddell fuller and parker out there in three white now. I it's a very fair thing to say to. Those guys will be hurt by the time that we get to week five and so then he'll be good again but i think when those three are healthy. There's just no room for him. Jamie kept him barely in your top twelve. My kosinski of the players that has played with so far. He's said the best report the second so we'll see how fuller coming in and model coming in. It's it's great point. Heath made one of the co offensive coordinators though is the former head coach george godsey and so if he's you know has influence on playcalling doubt..
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"godsey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"So there you go. Jarvis Landry saying My glance at it, but I'm not watching the sea title game. The Browns have a bright future that they give your Browns player you were bent out of shape because you you went home before you were ready. You should have some January runs left in you, but I could understand that too hard to watch another team play where you feel like you should be playing. I get that. And that is your sound Check. Get me up on Twitter. D A on CBS again. D A on CBS Standing by with our headlines this morning is a kind, sir. Mr Andrew. Bogus, Mr Boggs. Good morning. D a good morning again. So Steve Spagnola has been here before he ran the Giants defense that be Tom Brady, the Patriots back in Super Bowl 42. Now he and the Chiefs prepped for Brady and the Bucks. He's a step ahead of everything. I mean, I mean, every film clip that you put on No, he's putting their guys in the right defense. That's always the challenge When you go against what I call a cerebral quarterback. Now, here's some potential good news for Stags and his defense. When Brady in the box score on Sunday, they will not be taunted. By the cannon Fire Right? Usually here at Raymond James Stadium. The NFL will use those cannons during player introductions and post game if the Bucks win, but not in game to preserve the idea of this being a neutral site and not the bucket Dear Stadium now in non Super Bowl news, the Dolphins are promoting running backs coach Eric Students villain tight ends coach George Godsey to co offensive coordinator They replaced Chan Gailey, who resigned after the season. The Angels have suspended pitching coach Mickey Callaway while they investigate allegations of harassment by five female media members. Reportedly, the team does hope to finish this investigation before spring training, which is two weeks away. The Twins reportedly re signing D. H. Nelson Cruz for $13 million for the coming season and righty Chris Archer, returning to the Rays on a one year $6.5 million deal charged or not having more of a market than one year $6.5 million in that amazing Well, he was not good as a pirate. He's 32. He's coming off Jurassic Outlet syndrome surgery, which is kind of a big deal, so I can see why folks were necessarily lining up to give him That much more money. Well, I think it's exactly right. It's that injury because of 32 years old. I mean, we've seen starting pitchers pitch into their mid to late thirties and be somewhat effective. So it 32 years old. Wouldn't be crazy to think that a former ace of 32 would get a 45 year deal. But exactly as you said that the drastic outlet syndrome that freaked everybody out. And so that's a That's a really good deal. One year 6.5 Mil for you know, for the For the race, that's a good deal for them. About MLB on the acting like that over the last year, like they had no money and focus. Just read back to back the twins and raise of old making signing Chester. They've got some cash. The Nets cooled off the Clippers last night 1 24 1 20 in Brooklyn, Ella came in having won 10 of 11, giving him the MBA's best record. The Jazz now have that this morning at 16 and five after a 1 17 105 decision over the Pistons, Fred Vanvleet scored those franchise record. 54 in the Raptors. 1 23 1 Away win in Orlando. The Celtics beat the Warriors 1, 11 107 and Damian Lillard got the Blazers A win in D. C Chop block of eight steps.
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"Have some temperatures in the low fifties, some of the high forties. It's been clear out there. It's been cool. It's going to get up to about 70 degrees this afternoon, so it'll warm up slowly as we go. Right now. It's 6.1. Let's go check our businesses and Jeff Challenger. Good morning, Jeff. Good morning, Jimmy. The first of this week's reports on the job market will be out this morning. Economists think ADP will report the private employers added about 50,000 workers to their payrolls in January. Supply managers data on service sector activity and the weekly update on home loan demand are also on the way. Stocks rallied in yesterday's trading. The key indexes posted gains of between 1.4 and 1.6%. Alphabet shares advanced after hours, the parent of Google reported quarterly sales. The top Wall Street estimates digital advertisers increased their spending around the holidays. Online ad sales overall have rebounded since the start of the pandemic. And the desire to resume traveling will overcome many Americans. Reluctance to get the covert 19 vaccine. Nearly half of the people who responded to a new point Sky survey said their desire to travel will impact their willingness to get vaccinated. The senior travel editor at the points Guy says the arrival of vaccines has ignited optimism in the travel industry. Jimmy back to you. All right. Sounds good to me. It is 6.2 in a program on the terrible news that broken our show yesterday about the killing of those two FBI agents here in south for Let's talk about what we know this morning. Every I d correspondent Roya or Neil? You can follow him on Twitter by the way at radio Rory, come, Archie! Rory! What We know this morning about this. Good morning, Jimmy. We're learning some more information about the two agents who were killed Daniel Alison, Just 36 years old Special agent Laura Schwarzenberger 43 both had strong community involvement in addition to working as agents with the FBI. Both of them also in their FBI work, focusing on protecting Children they were carrying out. A search warrant is part of a child pornography case in sunrise, when apparently the suspect inside used one of those video doorbells to see the agents coming and opened fire through the door, killing two and wounding three others, but before they really even had a chance to respond. Right, And that dirtbag killed himself. We think inside that apartment. Yeah, That's what we think happened. There was a few hours have gone by. And then they finally went in to confirm that the person inside had taken his own life. Hey, was a computer consultant they apparently had traced His I P address is part of their child pornography investigation. They traced his I P to that apartment and we're executing a search warrant to go after him and the computers in his home, whether or not they knew he had so much firepower in his home. Is also part of the investigation. Right now. This is the type of radio carries out almost every day, right? I mean, this is something that they do and put themselves in danger all the time. It's typical and they end as usual. They went along with local law enforcement as well. It wasn't just the agents. They had some back up with local police officers. But apparently apparently they're just all caught off guard by the purpose suspect. Seeing them approach again. This was six o'clock in the morning so dark. Apparently the doorbell gave him the clue that someone was coming and he opened fire through the door. Unbelievable. I don't know where you live 35 years ago, but there was a killing of a Four or five agents here in south for back then, and we and they change what they were doing at that time. Because of that. Those murders they were carrying 38 revolvers then and they game basically an upgrade to nine millimeter guns, the agents and so you know, you gotta wonder what they'll do differently now. On what information this will tell him to make it safer for the agents will have to go ahead and execute these kind of search warrants. Yeah, And then do you do it with the person's home or do you get it as they come out of the apartment? Make a run to the grocery store. Is that when you move into grab them versus trying to raid these places where they don't think they had any reason to believe someone was inside being abused at that moment, So, um, you know why then take the risk of trying to Breakthrough into someone's apartment and we didn't again did they do the due diligence to find out if he had any weapons in the home like a concealed carry permit or something with heavier firepower? Right. God. Hey, Rory. Thanks so much We appreciate we'll talk tomorrow. A good day. I see it. All right, thanks to me. You know this? I don't think we've had an FBI agent murdered in the line of duty this way since 2008 If I remember correctly, So it's you know, it's Z horrible story, and these folks put themselves on the line every day. You think about how often these things take place? Obviously, it's a rarity that one of them gets injured must much less killed. But whenever it happens, it's once once too often. Apparently it Zale e that they do these rates. Well, I was reading this morning and so you know, you never hear about because they generally go smoothly. But I'm sure this will change the tactics because those ring doorbells will change a lot of things, right? Yeah, There's no question about it. And I don't even know if if they knew that they were being watched through that ring doorbell. Obviously you notice it when you're walking in, but Both of those special agents that were killed A dedicated I think 171 more than eight years to these, you know, special child sex investigation, so they were headed to it. Yeah, they sure were. 6 26 men, You've got something of our sports Is Jimmy the Miami Dolphins, taking an unusual out of the box step in hopes of improving its offense? Dual offensive coordinators. That's right. Head coach Brian Floors announced yesterday that Eric Studs villain George Godsey will be sharing the duties held last season by Chan Gailey. Miami's.
"godsey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Tickets left J. I'm sure there are. Let's check that you're bringing that up. And this whole big thing with the hustle home. Get the DVR going. May we get on? StubHub Surprised You're still here. To be honest with you. Let's do this. What you had to take an extended bathroom break. ESPN was all over this game last night, they were drooling about sexism. Yes, one The Oklahoma Tech game was on their running like almost four highlights. Talking about it as it really is truly a two V six and nothing else had happened. You know? I don't know. Well, I didn't hear anything about how the team the band just got back together. Literally. A day ago, they said, Well, we'll get into that. And, you know in the coverage tonight, but, yeah, I mean, obviously, these air two teams coming from Watching that made me much more excited in my mind. It kind of fooled me. Then I would have if I would have liked thought about it. In my mind. The Longhorns have had what one game in the last 2.5 weeks on and just practice with the full squad for the first time in 19 days on Sunday. Is that what they said $64 gets you and Vito, You gotta buy four tickets, I think. Can you just buy two of them now? You gotta buy all four of them. A mezzanine level. 75 section 75 real 15. That's a little high for my mom. A lot of walking. Yeah, I'm gonna be watching that came on TV. But, yeah, we'll have more on that game before we get out of here. And, of course, tomorrow recap everything that happens there before we get to our gambling segment here. One other thing from the NFL is you see this? This is seems silly to me. Dolphins are gonna hire two offensive coordinators co offensive coordinators. You know what I always say veto it takes to mortal men to do the work that Chan Gailey did very poorly left former Cowboys coach Chan Gailey one season as the Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator. You know, look kind of good when the Ryan Fitzpatrick is running the show Not so good when two without their running the thing. But, yeah, the Dolphins are promoting Eric Studios Ville Studs Bill stood still and George Godsey to co offensive coordinators. Have yet to the side who will call the place. How is that gonna work? How can you have to That seems silly. I mean, we're gonna run into quarterback system to hears it right. If you have two offensive coordinators, you have zero. Here's the thing. The guy who calls the plays Is the offensive coordinator. I'm actually looking at Eric the enemy on the screen right now, And that's I guess, unfair tow him, And I really disappointed and sort of blown away that he didn't get one of these head coaching jobs this offseason, But Andy Reid calls the plays for the Kansas City Chiefs. He is the architect of that offense, Eric the enemy. I'm not in the you know. Does he run? The practice is he's Duma. I'm not exactly sure. But if I said one guy's in charge of that offense is the guy who calls the place and so what the Dolphins are doing here, where they've already named. Too offensive coordinators, but haven't figured out who's gonna call place distinct to me. Thanks to me Beat. Oh, I don't like it. Don't like it from what we just saw last year with I mean, with the progression of two are some might say the lack thereof. Throw it in another. I don't know, a voice. Yeah. Seems a little risky to me. They're Miami team Seems weird there. Alright. Every day this week, Counting down to the Super Bowl of 5 30, we bring you some of our favorite prop bets. Beato. You asked for it. You got it. Tom Brady is four and five in his previous nine Super Bowls against the spread. Ah, he has covered the spread four time despite winning six of them. He's covered the spread four times. ST. Louis his first one remember, They were huge of 14 Point dogs that first one and then it's been more recent. They covered versus Seattle. Sorry about that producer brand go horse, didn't we just have the anniversary of the day? When when they decided to throw in staff? No handed up? No, that never happened. It wasn't yesterday today. I think that was one like that. By the way, I still is today. Oh, it is today. Today's the anniversary six years ago that they decided not to give it to Marshawn Lynch instead through throw the ball. Yes, I think you and I like to throw but roll Russell Wilson out there, And we're not to get into that again. The Atlanta game, the one where they were down 28 to 3. They actually went into overtime and covered that one. And then versus the rands when they held the Rams of three points a couple of years ago. Yeah, if you have any more homework for me, Andy. Oh, come come with me. Okay. Now all Patrick Mahomes related Super Bowl prop bets. I'll tell you. There are thousands of these. And now digging through him every day can get worn out on the profits. But let me tell you that. Let me know where you wait. Stop making them. I mean, you don't have to bet on all of them, Patrick my home's total yards. The Linus 325 and a half 3 25.5 got to be the highest line that they've ever said for a Super Bowl quarterback 3 25.5, which way you leaning Paedo. Could he put up to 80 then even still need like Another 45 somewhat yards Russian. I'm kind of like what if they get out to what if they get out to a big lead and then start running the ball eyes under? Maybe the smart play here I also ah, kind of less. I said earlier. I'd be a little worried about fragile Patrick Mahomes asking without all of his offensive lineman there. What if he? You know what if he's a he winds up in the locker room, generous with him getting a 40 yard dash in there, But I probably go over just because he's the best. The 3 25.5 is the line there. How about this Patrick Mahomes distance of his first touchdown pass over under 12.5 yards. I'll go over on Patrick Mahomes. Yeah, Z under his got that all the juice on it under looks like the favorite, but it's it with Tyree Kill in that offense, Doesn't it seem like there's gonna be a bomb in there somewhere like that? They're gonna have some with some long passing plays in there. Even though I think that you're going to see because of the lack of you know the banged up offensive line. I think you're gonna see a whole lot more. Short passes. Quick dump off that little shovel pass thing that they like to do, But yeah, I would. I would be been better. You know, you dump that off and you give it to somebody who can take a dump anywhere and what? You heard me. It's she passes. Tyreke will take that dumb and you'll take it anywhere straight.
"godsey" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"The super bowl. or what. i guess we're supposed to refer to it as the big game or some such the the rules on that are so stupid. In any event. I want to begin with a political story. It is and it is it. But it's close to home for me. I went to Mercy university here. In making i actually so i got a scholarship when i was in highschool got a scholarship to duke and my dad and i were going to look at different colleges and my mom i taken the. Act not the sat. and i'd gotten a guide to regional colleges. Shorter was in their was in. Their mercer was in there and Mississippi college was in there Firm and was in there and and my mom wanted me to go through making the baptist school At the time kirby godsey who my wife went on to work for his assistant awhile he's had when i was real little had been a pasture in norwood louisiana not far from where i was and i distinctly remember one of my first memories of church actually ironically was going to hear him preach with my grandmother in norwood and that he was the president of mercer at the time mercer was let me use air quotes for baptist so i went to the people very nice. I ultimately found my way to do in. The people. Were just absolutely incredibly rude. And i wound up going to mercer. I was from a small town. They didn't want to go to a big school anyway. Wasn't wanted to go that far away from home got a good deal for mercer. Undergrad stayed and went to law school. was that the law school for three years was the president of the student bar association. graduated with honors became a lawyer. I'd probably still be a lawyer. But there was a thing called client and they were awful. And i hated dealing with them and so i wanted to find a way out. Red stated taken off anyway so i went to mercer law school. I actually Went back several years ago to give a speech in after the the administrator who walked into the room left The students had very perplexed. Look on their face and informed me that This particular administrator told them. I was not the type of alumnus. They wanted on campus. Not to invite me back. i haven't been back. That's probably been gosh ten years ago. I haven't spoken to the law. School sense Spoke to the mercer undergrad for their founders event founders day event and my goodness when a concert when a when a progressive comes on campus they can get away with murder on campus. It's like trump and his supporters on fifth avenue. A progressive can gun someone down on campus and the women and gender studies. Professors will applaud as long as they they either kill the child or a or a white man The women industries professors. Go we have a conservative. Come on campus. And oh you would've thought that that i was burning the place down it was it was my goodness now. I love the administration mercer bill. Underwood the there is a is a fantastic president of my wife worked archer godsey. And they'll kathy cox the former secretary of state..
"godsey" Discussed on Pantheon
"You spend a fair amount of time on some of the more respect albums you use see a kind of return to some of the themes in the actual texts of the classics in dylan knowing that he followed the pattern of deep immersion for him. The content was music But he also drank in all of this classical content in certainly literature and their teams to be a emergence of that content later pattern or is that sort of wishful nope prize thinking on my part. Yeah i think that's again a huge question. I mean and i don't pretend that. He remembers much of his lack. Not that he read any of these venues in school i think is is song composition is coming yance accu from those other places within his own genius that makes them and you know including that trip to london at the end of sixty two when he has not godsey seeing scarborough. And you know it gives us in. Spanish lava right..
Samsungs Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G: All the details on the $2,000 foldable
"Just large galaxy. No twenty three weeks ago. Now it's time for the Godsey full to five Jeez chance to shine. That is a mouthful brought her Chang, and this is your daily charge. Joining me is he not reporter and Samson expert tooken extra me Machar, thanks for having me. So the gutsy full to five G. and that is a really really long name. I'm just GONNA. Keep that point. It got a minor tease at Samsung's event a few back but now it gets the spotlight to itself. So just before we get into all the specs in all the other details, let's let's get the important that other way how much does this thing cost? So in the US is going to cost two thousand dollars. So basically, it's twenty dollars more than last year's model. So it's a lot of money. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That does a huge amount of money. All right. Well, this is. This is a foldable and I get the full supposed to be expensive and it is Simpson's third foldable annexed assessor to last year's fold, which famously had allowed durability issues. So what's different about? Full to in what did Samsung do to make sure this phone holds up What we saw with the flip that they had this spring was that they really had addressed a lot of the issues that the first fold had. So they dealt with the problems with the hinge kind of the crease all of the things that people were complaining about they fix those We're GONNA see a lot of those improvements in the new Z. Fold to as well as. A few like updates from the flip earlier this year. So they've redesigned the hinge and it's the same as what we saw in the flip. So you can have it. You can rest the phone kind of you know at a eighty degree angle or whatever you know set it on your table. They also have these brushes inside the hinge. So in this, they had those earlier, but this is kind of the latest greatest version of those basically to kind of mixture, dust doesn't get in the device or you know whatever is in your purse when you wrote this in there. So they, they've done those sorts of things to address a lot of those issues that we saw last year got in in case God forbid something does happen phone are there any special warranty programs or anything they're doing to kind of make sure that folks peace of mind that spending two thousand dollars on something we're kind of seeing the same sort of offers that they had before were. They'll replace the off the. Screen like a one time replacement for around one fifty. So it's less than if you had to go replace the screen on your own. So that's the sort of thing to kind of try to make it. More. Realistic. Well, if the screen breaks I'm not going to have to pay two thousand dollars to get a new phone I can pay one fifty that replaced the screen and it'll be like new again. No let's about how this differs from the previous model obviously. There's a five gene, the name. So clearly will have five, the Axis. But how much five G. is we've talked about in previous episodes you there's different flavors of it. Right so how much access does this phone actually get on the five networks? On this phone basically is all of the five G. networks like this is a really or at least the major ones that we're using right now this is a very big advance over the folds in terms of a lot of things there's five G.. One of the biggest complaints about the first fold was the tiny screen on the front of the device. It wasn't really useful enough to actually use. The fold as a phone people were tending to just automatically have to open it and use kind of that bigger tablet size screen. So what they've got this time is a screen on the front that stretches across the entire front of the device and it just makes it look last year. It's more useful. So I think people will up using this more when it's closed, not just always having to open it. Yet with the five G., we have a five G. model at all last year for the fold in the US. So this time you know five jeep bigger screen. A lot of things that just make this more attractive and the other a features or bells and whistles that. Help this phone stand apart from his predecessor. Another big thing it's kind of that flex. Mod is what they call it. So that's what we saw I with the flip where you could set the device on the table and the screen will stay open in you know whatever degree you put it in. We're seeing that with this one as well. So they're saying, yeah, you can set it up for like shooting You know a video or whatever or you know or if you're watching something or whatever you can just basically has a built in that's the screen and the device itself So you know that's a big thing that I think people really like that was kind of a cool thing that came with the flip. So. That's one of the bigger changes that they kind of also made some good camera changes with this Basically, they addressed the biggest complaints that everyone had with last year's device and fix those in this one aside from the fact that it's still a two thousand dollar phone. You asked him we were on we talked about the the narrow sliver of customers who are willing to buy a thousand dollar note twenty now this is. A two thousand dollar phone I know it's foldable but. Questions about how useful that is who is Samsung actually targeting with this particular phone Samsung. Is actually targeting note owners with this phone. They found that the people who would traditionally gravitate towards the note lineup. Kind of those early adopters who want the latest greatest tech are willing to spend a lot of money to get a flashy device to get a bigger device and. They're finding that people who were buying the fold are a lot of people who have bought the note in the past or still do the notes It's the way they distinguish the flip and the full term. Each other is they see the flip is this sort of like. Cute. Phone that becomes smaller and put. You can put it in your pocket and it's more of kind of. Everyday lifestyle device and they see the folds as really kind of letting you transition from a phone to a tablet like get more done doing more with multitasking and access different APPS like Microsoft Office. You know things that you would do on a tablet but now you also have an inconvenience of the fact that is also your phone right and then you mentioned MC sophism I'm just curious in your. Demos with this device, how like whether they showed off how you use after how took advantage of this bigger screen? Well, they've kind of had this thing since the first generation of fold where it's called continuity where you could start an APP on the front and then open, it will open at work in the bigger screen and pick up where it left off the issue was there were not ten of APPs that took advantage of it I hope that we start to see more apps soon that work with it. kind of sense than. Samsung has been working more closely with Google and Microsoft and Youtube an office and things like that, and then there's that flex MoD. Also where APPs could you could maybe have you can take like a screen shot of something in an APP over here and then drag it to another APP on another part of your screen more with multitasking. So letting you have multiple APPs open at once is a big thing with the fold You know kind of more of that tablets sort of experience instead of just a phone experience. Give everything that's going on. We're still in the middle of pandemic a still dealing with the recession with millions unemployed. What do you think about Samsung unveiling a phone at this price point? It's kind of the same situation that we saw the note where people who? Would want to buy. This are probably people who were not hurt financially by what's going on right now because they're not traveling, they're not going out to dinners they're not going out to bars. Some people are probably saving money right now and they may see, hey, this is a lot flashier device from what was last year. It. Sampson's had a year to work out the kinks. Maybe this is worth investing in. The two thousand dollars is not unrealistic based on what is actually going into the device is just kind of a question of individual people have to decide if they're willing to pay two thousand dollars, but we have to remember this technology is still really early like foldable screens. This is basically just the second year first full year of seem devices with these. So it's not like these have. been around forever like like regular led displays Five G. is brand new. That is also expensive it adds cost to a device. So you know it's just kind of what you're willing to do but then you know as we've talked before, there's kind of factor of with foldable. You get these because you want people to see them. It's kind of how like iphones used to be like. The newest generations had to have some sort of little tweaks to make it. Make people know that you have the newest device, not that s off your device or whatever that you didn't buy like a two year old phone or year old bound. So it's the same sort of thing with this with you know when people are out using a foldable people, stop them ask what is that? Can I see what is and right now you really don't want anybody close enough to you to touch your phone or see it or or even be out that much to have people see it. So you know it's kind of the whole if you're in it just for the flash flashing aspect is probably not worth it but if you're in it because you want a device that transitions from phone to tablet. It would be attractive for people and thinks, lastly, I heard this phone grants some unusual perks what do you actually get with this phone? So it seems has this sort of VIP program for the folds and you get a membership with it. It's kind of unclear how this actually work works. They said there'll be some benefits like six months free of of this like premium fitness workout system like fifty dollars off like a hare service, six months of free of linked premium. Free Golf membership you know a Michelin Star meal that you can get delivered to your home It's it's a bunch of things where it's like. Okay like you know, I don't know how much people take these and the other thing is they said that these are going to be coming to people who bought the previous fold people who bought the flip. So it's not like you have to buy the new fold to take advantage of this if you really want access to whatever these things are under hoping to add more benefits We'll have to see same is actually done this for a long time with its phones. It'll have like when you buy the new galaxy whatever you get. Six months free of dropbox and you get premium bird blah blah. Blah. So it's not that unusual for them to have kind of bundled promotional partnership deals with their device but these are kind of bigger and more like real world things. You just have you know premium flip board on your phone. Clearly geared towards towards a different customer segment. Than just premium clipboard. People. Who have two thousand dollars to spend not exactly well, thanks for your time Shara. If you have any questions about the full to his up on twitter at the daily charge, you create coverage on the phone announcing dot com the charge. Roger. Chan next listening.