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'Taken too soon': Remembering Highland Park shooting victims

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

'Taken too soon': Remembering Highland Park shooting victims

"The father of the 4th of July parade shooting suspect says he had no clue about what his son had been planning Robert cremo junior spoke to ABC's Good Morning America This is taken by complete surprise Three days before the fourth my wife had asked him hey do you have any plans for the fort And he simply said no His son has been charged with killing 7 people at the July 4th parade in highland park I love my son but it's devastating And cremo admitted to helping his then 19 year old son apply for a gun permit I still thought the consent form to allow myself to go through the process They do background checks whatever it entails Steve Greenberg who's the attorney for primo's parents told the AP that they're not concerned about being charged with anything related to their son's case I'm Shelley Adler

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Now and donors and sponsors and all of them getting involved in the process. So that's a longer conversation, but I just want to add that to let you know what my mindset was with all of that. But one more thing. So finds before when you're talking about players that don't have a degree. There are countless players out there and a ton of sports that have degrees that aren't doing them any good. Correct. That's part of the issue too. And Jay, that's why I say meaningful. Meaningful. Okay, okay. I mean, that's what we're saying exactly the same thing. And that's on the school too. In part, it's on the player. But the school knows what's going to help that player in the future. And so I'm sensitive to the fact that some players are getting into schools that they might not have gotten into otherwise and having that degree in any way, shape or form is more helpful than not. I get that. But at the same time, you know, not every player is fitting in every school. And that was responsible for who they recruit. And hey, if you're recruiting a guy that doesn't prioritize education, stop recruiting. Right. If you prioritize it. And we're seeing a lot of look, I agree with the except of a kid gets a degree. A big part of the university's responsibility is kind of time so what you were talking about is to expose him to enough alumni that basically mentor them. And being that bridge is a big theme of this year's Instagram tournament and build a bridge to open up doors. That they can walk through to have an opportunity to have a life after athletics and having a degree is just, again, part of that process, but it really, in the end, who helps you get your first job. It's relationships. And if you're graduate and you're you go to Notre-Dame duke, fairly Dickinson or whatever, if we created an opportunity to have mentorship programs within a university so that you could connect people and then that mentor would be with that athlete throughout his career and would invest in his future, that's the biggest thing that we can do to help. No matter what they major in, if you have someone that's like, my son, my son, law. I was a sociological major. I think at Virginia tech. He's in construction now, but he had someone invest in him. And teach him, his second command, a large construction company. And doing great. But he had some investment in him and mentoring him and hold his hand and bring him along and that's what we really need to be honest with it more than anything. More than NIL, we need to create mentorship programs within athletic departments. So that someone when they do leave has someone to hold their hand and build that bridge for them to cross into the next stage of their life, whether it's they play professionally for a couple of years and then come back, that's the biggest thing that we need moving forward on college campuses, no matter where the kid goes, no matter what level of education he has and, you know, because getting into college is hard now. It's really hard. No matter who you are, it's really hard. But if we're getting guys into school, we've got to find ways to help them be successful after college. Well, you know what I just heard there is this is the birth and the creation of the Seth Greenberg mentorship academy. I think we have a business that has a need out there. And we filmed on Seth Greenberg. Jay belson..

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

04:23 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"They say they're doing it, but I don't think they are. And I used an example of Ben Simmons the other day on a different show. I was on sort of the idea that, you know, people said, well, Ben Simmons didn't go to class. And I don't know whether they did or not. I wasn't policing that. But let's say for arguments, say, he didn't. Well, whose fault is that? Number one, it's Simmons fault. He should go to class. Yes. And he should put the effort in and all that stuff. Every student should. But if he's not doing it, why is he playing? What's the priority? What priority? What message are you sending to not only that player to every other athlete at your university? You're saying, we don't care about that. We care about what you do on the field of play on the court. And players get those messages and everybody gets them. I got it too from LSU on that. I don't mean to pick on LSU and I don't mean to pick on Ben Simmons. I'm just using that as a high profile example. So that's more what I was saying. And I agree with you that, you know, look, when players transferred when I played in the 80s, nobody transferred for academics back then either. They transferred, they're just weren't as many because they didn't have the portal back then. If they had the portal, we would have left at the same rate they're leaving now because guys were just as unhappy. It's not that they wanted to, we were tougher and we wanted to fight through adversity. We didn't have the choice. And I tell coaches all the time when they say, well, this kid doesn't want to go through adversity. These kids today don't want to go through adversity. One of the things I ask is, so when you recruited him, you led with adversity, right? You said, when you get here, it's going to be adversity. You're going to have a ton of adversity. You're probably not going to play. I think a lot of guys say, look, it's not easy. College basketball looks slightly easier. It's not easy. You can have to earn what you get. I think a lot of guys do that. I got to be honest with it. I think a lot sure you're going to create an environment and a picture of the program. I think the problem is, today, that might not be bought, but I think a lot of guys say, college basketball is hard. I mean, I think a good portion of guys saying, this crappy, you know, it's hard. And this shit is hard. And it's going to take time as an adjustment. And you know, but we think that you have what it takes to be successful, and you're going to have to grind through it. But look, I said all the time. It looks easy on TV. That is hard in real life. It's hard. But they're not saying, hey, look, when you come here, likelihood is you're not going to play. You're not going to play your freshman year. Like, some of them do it with the lower rank recruits, like I remember Jay Wright talking about when he was recruiting Colin Gillespie talking to him about red shirting. And Gillespie looked at him like, go ahead, talk about all you want. I'm not red shirting, and I'm not going to, I'm not going to sit. I'm going to work my way in the lineup. That might be a different way. But if you're telling your top recruits, when you get here, chances are you're not going to play. You're probably not going to get that guy. And they're talking to guys about NBA now and all these things and that's great. But I just don't see today's player as being, they have options available to leave. And when they, when they do realize, hey, I'm not happy here. I don't like it here for whatever reason. It gets characterized differently sometimes by the coach that's getting left than it does by the player leaving. I mean, it sounds awfully different when you talk when you talk to the two parties. And these players are a lot smarter than they get credit for. And their families are a lot smarter. Are there dumb ones? Are there decisions we differ with? Absolutely. But most of the time, when I hear why a player transferred, I kind of nod my head and say, okay, I get that. I get it. I mean, and I'm not saying anywhere stupid, by the way. This is a percentage. No, it's these little things. We'll get into it on another podcast. I'll stop the console Martin about it a long time ago. And we're talking about even ways to encourage kids to have a cover letter and a resume and coming up with ways where we could have a 100% placement rate for jobs for our student athletes and that kind of thing, especially in.

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

08:37 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"They're behind. And it's alarming because top ten, 15, 20% of players in the country will be able to benefit from an IL and yet the others won't. And then what do those guys left with if they're not after four years or 5 years leaving with a meaningful degree in education? I think we have to address that piece too. I know you can't make anybody go to class, but we can at least put a system in place that encourages them to so that when they leave, they're able to go out in the marketplace and compete. Yeah, but part of it is, what's the alternative? So the way I look at it is the education of every student is up to the school that they're at. And, you know, if you want your players to take challenging classes and to put education first, then encourage them to do that or show them the door. Like there's nothing wrong with that. But there's a push pull between being really good, having a really good team. And then the education piece. I think coaches are great educators in a lot of ways. They teach valuable lessons. My coaches were the best teachers I ever had. But my education was up to me and up to my school. And if I didn't perform at a level, they felt acceptable. I didn't have a uniform. And that was the way it was at my school. And so some of these things, it's kind of like when and I know this is a little bit tangential, but when coaches talk about the transfer portal and they say, hey, there are other coaches recruiting off of my roster. And you say, okay, well, what does that say? Does that say there are ethics problems in the coaching profession? That's what it sounds like to me. So rather than, you know, so how do we address those ethical problems in the coaching profession? We restrict the players. That doesn't seem fair to me. And look, I think there are problems with the portal, but I don't think there are problems with players being allowed to transfer. And we've talked about this a number of times. We won't rehash it all. But to me, these problems are systemic. And it's because of inaction for all these years on the part of the NCAA to address these issues. And that's why it seems like we've had drastic change when the truth is we've had drastic change on the revenue side on the way the business works. And I don't know if we've talked about this on this podcast, but I'll just mention it really quickly. I'm doing the same thing you guys are. I'm talking to a lot of people, like I normally do. And there was an administrator recently that was talking about congressional involvement that we need to have rationality brought into the process as to how much is paid to a player. And when I, because, you know, maybe a collective or a booster or something will act irrationally and pay way too much money to a player or players to have their team and football or basketball be really good. And you know, at first, when I heard that, I was like, yeah, that makes sense. And I understood the understood the concept. But I really started thinking about the rationality. And I thought, well, how rational is it that we're running a multi-billion dollar entertainment industry off college campuses. That doesn't seem very rational to me, given the high minded rhetoric that the system uses about education first, and this is what it's all about and things like that. And to me, it's completely rational to pay a player what you think that player is worth in the marketplace. If we want to talk about rationality, what's not rational is running this gigantic entertainment industry off of, you know, off of the campuses of institutions of higher learning. And until we address that first as to whether we should do things this way, to me, what the players are making is further down the line of issues that need to be need to be addressed in a rational fashion if that makes sense. One thing you said earlier, Jade, I was education. It's his responsibility to be university. Is the vehicle, but a player, I used to say every single parent at home goes away. I'll graduate every single kid who wants to get graduate, which means graduate every single kid who will go to class, be on time, do their assignments, attend study hall, the accountable for what is responsible in that class and those classes, like everyone else that's sitting in that class. The university is the vehicle, the player Agassi has to be the person that makes the commitment. Now, the static around that player is everything but academics, it's no different parenting. Your kids will have the values and the priorities that you give them most times. If the priority in a way is legally money money, I'm going to monetize my kids and education doesn't come into conversation. What's happened is too many times, education is always part of the process and beginning of the recruiting process. So it was. No one ever leaves a school because education. People are able to score for playing time, leave us all roll, shots, and now, and I owe money. It's never education, but education has been put, unfortunately, on the back burner, and that we've got to find a way to bring it back to a focal point. And I was fine. I mean, look, NIL right now is a market value. These collectors are no more than just finding a way to legally buy players. That's fine. That's what it is. That's fine. And I have no problem with it. But we've got to find a way. And look, the NCAA is giving you an opportunity to incentivize education because they have those bonuses that $5000 some schools have that if you're a good academic standards or make whatever certain GPA, you actually get a $5000 stipend. But we've got to find a way to incent incentivize education because we don't we're going to have a generation of guys that hope to be pros, but aren't not everyone's a pro, not everyone's going to get the league. It's the most exclusive club in the world. Europe's money is drying out unless you are really good and you have to earn your money in Europe and my brother's been there for 20 years. He's not taking some kid coming out of college because he can't win in Europe with those guys. He needs a tough mature, so we've got to find a way to bring education back into the conversation somehow some ways is my belief and maybe I'm too pollyanna about it, but we've got to find a way to do it. You're not polyamory at all, but what I would say about what maybe I didn't state it artfully. I'm not saying that education isn't up to the player. A player's success on the court is up to the player too. What I'm saying is if any school wants to prioritize education over everything else, there's nothing stopping them from doing that. And if a player is not going to class, don't give me a new form. If a player is not taking the courses that you think are challenging enough for that player and prioritizing education, don't give them a uniform. But we're not seeing that happen. And your point about incentivizing education like, you know, now that schools can give money for academic performance, that that door is open now. And if you say, okay, if you have a certain GPA, you'll get $5000 or whatever the number is. Well, what's the incentive there? It's to take easier classes so you can hit that number. And is that, you know, and that really has been an incentive for eligibility standards, too. Is let's make sure we keep our players eligible. So the easier path is more encouraged by some of these schools and honestly, some of the coaches, whether it's in football basketball or other sports, make sure they take classes that fit into your practice schedule. When they may have to miss class once a week, excuse me, miss practice once a week for a lab or something like that. There's a pressure on a player not to do certain things like that. So that was my point about an individual school prioritizing education the way it wants to. And so, you know, I think what we're seeing in some of these examples, we're talking about a school's not doing that..

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:31 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"And I actually think we're going to break off and have 5 major conferences of four major conferences and then have a whole set of bylaws for those guys, but academics has been eliminated from the conversation. I had this past week I've been on the phone with about 20 or 30 guys. And the art of conversations I'm here have it. And I'm not going to have one kid who make sure to basically say, am I going to be the focal point of everything we do? And the coach says you'll be part of what we're trying to do and what we're trying to have to continue to build our program. And compete at the highest level. And he said, well, that can't be the focal point of what we're going to do, that I'm God. If you can't tell me, that's going to be our kid leaves. Boom. That's kids prerogative, but we've created unrealistic expectation. I mean, there's another guy that told me his kid played 27 minutes a game. You know, he got a call from a parent, said, well, do you believe in my son? Like the guy said, he's playing 27 minutes game. I mean, how much more do I have to believe in? I mean, and just we're so unrealistic. And then the last thing that I get a kick out of it, I love the gloss, and I don't get pushed back on this. And you guys can disagree with me. A kid decides to transfer. And all of a sudden he has this glossy thing on Instagram, thanking everyone in the world for what a wonderful experience he had. Thanking the university, the trainers and everyone else, oh, by the way, I've decided to transfer. It's almost like, you know, and I understand everyone's worrying about branding and all that jazz. But I find it, I guess, in genuine, and then we've got a 160, I think kids right now in the draft and the 60 guys draft and I think we've got counted it correctly, like 95, a hundred and I'm sorry, a 150 or a 140 underclassmen. When only 60 guys get drafted. And everyone has a prerogative time to put his name and take him out, but I just think we're great. We're worried about all these things. We're creating such unrealistic expectations for these young people and yet we don't put any expectation on what on education. It's never talked about funds. No, no, no question. And then it's interesting and where it bears its head is, I don't know how often this happens you, but to say it happens every day would be an.

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"I'd love for our research guys to check this out. Have we ever had a conference lose 6 coaches in one year? Wow. I mean, I mean, think about that. A major conference, half of their league is going to be led by new coaches. Right? I mean, almost definitely. I mean, I don't know. I was trying to go back. I mean, shoot, I mean, the big 12s got ten schools. That would have been 60% early. You know, I mean, so what does that mean? And the state of college basketball, and I guess to tie into that, it's not going back, but what is going to be? What is our game going to going to look like three years from now? Will water find its level in terms of the transfer portal? NIL and everything else because right now it is an absolute free for all across the board. And are we going to see more 6 guys get whacked in one year? And I don't know. I can't even imagine 6 coaches in one league getting let go in the same year. And the amount of money that goes, those guys probably get paid by us. It's probably an astronomical as well, because as Jay would always say, there's not enough money. But I mean, like, Jake, Jay, you've been doing this a long time, and you'll find you are out of it while you're in me. Can you remember a year where the ACC or the big pen had 6 jobs open? I can't. No. And I don't know. I don't know whether that's a tipping point or whatever you'd call it a canary in the coal mine or whatever. I think we need more time to see what happens. I'm not as worried about the transfer portal and player movement is so different that it is concerning. But what seems to be concerning more than anything is, like, I don't have a problem with, you know, it's more difficult to follow the game and all this stuff. And now we're waiting to see which players are going to go into the NBA draft, which will come back. So we don't have the certainty we used to about, you know, when the buzzer went off at the final four in the last game, you know, ten, 15 years ago, we pretty much knew who was going to be the best teams the next year. We don't know now. We have to wait. And I don't know whether that's good or bad for overall for the product. And but I'm not as worried about player movement. Now, if I were coaching and you have a chance to lose your roster, it means you've got to, you know, you can retool faster. It's not like in the old days where if you had a couple of guys go pro, you may be screwed the next year. You can replace them right away now. And if you're taking a new job, you don't have a coach doesn't have the same amount of time to be able to say, well, we're going to build this thing the right way. We're going to get two or three classes in a row and build to the future and all that stuff. Now you can, with the portal, you can be competitive right away. You may not be great right away, but you know, you saw it in Texas, Texas tech, all these other places. You can be really good. You can be really good right away. And so that method of thinking is gone. And I don't know that it's going to come back until there's, but Seth the NIL piece, that's really new too. And it's been difficult for a lot of people to wrap their heads around. But we're headed toward, it seems to me, we're headed toward absent congressional involvement in all this, where there's a federal law that governs all this, you know, we're probably looking at a point in the near future where we have schools signing players to contracts. And that's actually, it may not be palatable to some because of the way they view it. But that's actually going to make things easier, better and more stable. And it'll help with player retention. Just be interesting to see how it works. So they signed a contract and they'll be taxed on that revenue, right? Yeah, I mean, they went out and got a job. They'd be taxed on it. Their taxed on. And I owe money. There's a thought in the future that if things keep going toward player compensation, they could be taxed on the scholarship benefit. But I'm not worried about players paying tax. I mean, the entire world pays tax. So I think, and look, there's a part of this that I think dovetails really nicely and blends with education. I mean, you know, we used to say when a player left college that they're going to have to learn how things go in the real world. Now they're going to get that in college with the support of their universities to be able to help educate them on how to handle it. And they'll have a lot of resources available to them to do that. It'll put a little more administrative work on the part of the schools to manage all of it and help the players manage that schools don't have to manage it. But most of it, for me, is more opportunity than a negative. You mentioned academics though, but in fact, we talked about this in our last game day show before championship game. Academics have we're talking about the illegally players..

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"The criticism that it took during the non conference season then leading into the regular season to have availed themselves the way that they did in the NCAA tournament. They think I've been feeling really good about itself as a conference. So you think that's those three teams. That's not the conference. Those three teams of album themselves have had great runs. Correct. I mean, that's not the conference didn't take care of. Look, no agree. Absolutely agree. It's going to be fine. It's going to put 5 6 17 in the future. But they didn't perform, but those three teams. Those three teams, yes. Well, really, they were really freaking good. Great. And they all developed, Jake? For me in a season full of good stories, maybe the most compelling story was Houston. You know, some early in the year when they dismantled Virginia and they were, I thought rolling toward an opportunity to win the whole thing. And to be that good. And then they lose Marcus sasser and trevon mark for the season. And truthfully, I thought they were done. You know, could they win the American? Yeah, maybe. But I figured they were done, that there was no way that they would find themselves in the elite 8 with a chance to get to a final four again after doing it last year. And they retooled and sort of changed some of the things that they did. Guys stepped in to bigger roles and did more. And they found themselves in the elite 8 and the only team, the only team they couldn't bully was Villanova. And they wound up getting clipped and, you know, what was a brutal game? What was a 50, 44, 94 points for those two teams is kind of hard to imagine. But I thought what Kelvin Sampson and his team did was really compelling and to me it was a great story of toughness and being resilient and not accepting a fate that other people thought was inevitable. And that impressed me as much as anything I saw this year. I agree. I'll tell you what, I'm in like when they lost sasser and then those trip Mark. Which one went down first. You're looking and going, I've seen Josh Carlton play. We've seen Shan, we've seen those guys, can they be the guy that, you know, look, they didn't have quad one win and their non conference schedule. And they're during the course of the season. How good are they? Well, they were really good. And they were good and consistent in how they played and what they did. They were great at what they did. And Calvin probably probably as good as any in terms of game planning and putting guys in position to play best Friends, figuring out who they are and how they win, but more importantly, game planning against an opponent. Like he never let the other team's best player beat him. That was not happening. Even in the game they lost. They didn't get beat by Congress. You know, you know, it was a rock fight. March Madness is here. Who will take home this year's NCAA championship trophy? I must say, working for ESPN is what it's cracked up to be. Each day is unique, exciting, and rewarding. It is time to start doing what you love. Sports journalists anticipate a play before it happens. They foresee opportunities and know when to act on them. Even understanding how to talk to players is an acquired skill. Saint bonaventure university will give you the confidence you need..

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"I thought I'd be wrong. I thought they'd actually beat Miami. But for them not with the talent that they have with the style that they play, the best shot blocker in all of college basketball to not get to a sweet 16. I thought was a miss mark by Albert. You know, I look at both of them. I was like, the Big Ten, do they have enough dynamic guards that could just carry you through a tournament? Because I think you need dynamic, you know, I used to turn four gamers, but guys that can just when it comes to time and the incidentally it's going to be, as you move along, you play in possession games. You're going to play against a lot of different styles. You need some guys that are just going to go and make plays. Obviously, Jay navy was one of those guys over there. That's not their style of play. If you look at the style of play in the Big Ten, do they have that guy that could go and just flat make a play? And that's my concern just to even moving forward for them for the Big Ten. Are those guys go in there and awkward finds we said all season long? Their guards, their guards, their guards, a guard, selfishness of their guards. My shot selection decision making, why isn't tabari getting the ball with more often? And that stuff eventually is going to bite you this. I mean, it's just going to bite you in the ass. I mean, so let's face the most disappointing thing to turn. It was Kentucky. Yeah. I mean, I mean, let's call it the way it is. I mean, Kentucky was a team. I thought, was going to make a deep breath. I thought that, yeah, they had weaknesses. Now, tell them Grady wasn't playing well at the end of season. It was making shots. People figured out a little bit how to play savior in terms of gapping them and helping them lame. But if you look, they Kentucky, you looked at the year that Oscar had and Jacob topping improvement and key on Brooks getting more consistent. I'm not none of us. I think of a scenario where obviously they were going to lose the St. Peters. And it happens. And it happens. We've seen Lehigh beat people. We've seen buck now beat people. We've seen Hampton beat people in the incident. But it was unfathomable to all of us to see them lose to St. Peters, who had a look, they also beat Purdue. They also beat Murray state, who was having a great year. So I mean, kudos to them, but I mean, in terms of disappointing, you can't, it's undeniable. That the big blue nation was absolutely stuck. So storylines, what's your favorite storyline fonts really? My favorite storyline is how.

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Talked about is outside of Jayden ivy, who's the next guy that's dynamic off the dribble that could create offense for himself or his teammates. And they just didn't have that as talented as both of those teams are. They did have two weaknesses that could be exploited by the other teams. All right, most disappointing team. I go, it's a whole big tent. Wow. No, honestly, I mean, you know, I was looking at some numbers and I can't remember right now whether it was 18 or 19 that they've had in the term for the last two years. And of those, whether it's 18 or 19 of the teams they've had in the tournament, only three of them advance to the second weekend in the last two years. Wow. And look, the SEC didn't have a good year this year in the tournament. They only advanced Arkansas to the elite 8. That was their only team remaining in the second weekend. That was disappointing for that league, given how well they had played through the course of the year and a couple of teams were banged up and auburn one plane while at the end their guards weren't playing well, but I don't know how you process that for the Big Ten. Do you say, well, you know, it's just one of those things, but when you have two data points rather than one year, you start to go, is this a trend? And 22 years now it's only two, yeah. That's a great point. No, no, but also 22 years since they won a championship. Right, right. But there are a bunch of leagues. There are several leagues that are looking at that. PAC 12 and all that stuff. It's been a while for a number of leagues, but I think the Big Ten, I thought at the beginning of the year, I think on one of our podcasts, say, man, the Big Ten has got to step it up this year and make up for it. And I'm not sure that the league really did, honestly. Yeah. For me, it's individual team it would have been all burned as a team who and Jay, you just mentioned them.

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Is a great word, fonts, by the way. That is one of your favorite words. Formidable. I have to find a way to use for metabolic at some point. Someone's going to say my golf swing is formidable. I would say it's forgettable. Like both of those are big pics. I mean, Gonzaga, I concerned back in sag even carrying over from a year ago is when people got up and underneath them. I took them out of flow. You know, they just didn't function the same way, not that they weren't good, not they were good through the course of the season. They didn't have a great non conference and Purdue who you put on the couch funds. Because they didn't guard and they are another team that when people push them out, to me, and maybe this sounds crazy, the team with the most pros. I do have the most pros. Duke's going to have four first round drive choices. Now, there's a fine line. They get to the final four. Obviously they struggle down the stretch. I thought their last game pressure had nothing to do with it. I mean, I think of Wendell Moore shots. I think of Trevor keel shots. What are you talk about a team that had a dominant post player had a dominant forward, Jeremy roach has moved to the point guard. I thought it was a great decision in terms of helping them get easier baskets, experience with Williams experience with roach experience with more, just in terms of talent, they didn't always play that way, even though they're an analytics were really good. Just in terms of counter, I mean, it was hard to say there was another team even close to as talented as duke. Would you guys agree with that? Yeah, but I think what it sounds like we're saying is we're picking the teams that should have been the best. Purdue, I thought was the best team in the first couple months of the season. And then I didn't think so in the last two months. And I would say a similar thing about duke, like early in the season, you kept thinking they were going to stay on that upward trajectory and they didn't and toward the end. In the tournament, the first two weekends, they were the best team. And it didn't play that way. It didn't play quite that way against North Carolina and give the heels credit for that. And I guess in the Gonzaga pick, it was more about, you know, how they played all year rather than because I think we could pick any of these teams to say to give in time they could beat the other. They could have been the best team all that. But it sounds like what we're saying with Purdue and duke is they should have been best. And it didn't turn out to be that kind of year where we had a team that could separate. And I don't really, I'm not sure I know the reason why, honestly. That's why at the beginning of the tournament, remember when we did a podcast on selection Sunday, we were all saying, God, when was the last time we said I don't know this much, you know? It's crazy. Yeah. How much of that you guys think is the fact that many, if not all of those teams had a glaring weakness and JU pointed this.

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"With Jay bilas lafa Ellis and Seth Greenberg. Welcome to bald man on campus. This is basically the reverse fade rewind of the season, kind of looking back at some of the storylines teams and things we would want to talk about. I'm joined by Jay billis who's traveled cross country just to be on the podcast today, giving up an immeasurable amount of time and sleep deprived, which obviously cranky J billis is better than actually well rested J Bill. So we're in for a treat. And then Lafayette wells, who has got a very, very busy schedule today. He does not want to end up on a couch. So we're going to keep this short and sweet. So we're going to look at a bunch of things. First of all, we know Kansas obviously tremendous tremendous sense of their season and a very worthy champion. Let me ask you guys best team in college basketball this past year, not named Kansas. For me it was Gonzaga and I know it ended in the sweet 16 against Arkansas and that's the lasting memory we'll have is the end, but I'm not sure there was a better team start to finish than Gonzaga and they weren't as good as they were last year, but that doesn't mean they weren't the best team this year and as we all know the best team doesn't always win in the NCAA tournament and it was a fine line, there wasn't a big gap between among some of the top teams. They could all beat one another in a given game, but over the course of a season, I don't think anybody can claim that they played consistently at a higher level than Gonzaga did. Yeah, for me, and I would agree with you with Gonzaga. The team that had, I felt the best balance that didn't when it was Purdue. We talked about all along how they have the two deep at every position and St..

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"greenberg" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You know, you're in the moment, those things happen in a moment, but I'll tell you one thing. The things that get me emotional and I would think it would get him emotional or seeing your former players. And feeling like you were part of the journey. And one of the most pivotal times of their lives. And you might have been the first person to tell them, no, you might as well, the first person to not play them or their role would change or to have to discipline them because maybe they didn't get the classroom. Make a study hall. And then you look back and you see where they are now. And I think that's going to be the emotional part because let's face it 40 years ago where we started. I mean, with Jade bells, some Jason is mid 50s. We don't know whether it's Mark allery, whether it's Christian laettner, whether it's Johnny Dawkins, whether it's a number of all the players. I talked to Jay wild this morning about it. And I think that's going to be the thing that his journey that's coming to an end playing home games to duke. His journey is coming to an end and he's going to look and he's literally going to see the prism of people whose lives he's impacted probably sitting right behind his bench. And I think that's going to be really emotional. What an extraordinary and point and conversation about so many things, but especially coach Kay with Seth Greenberg, Seth, many, many facts, enjoy the week, and the weekend, and we will talk to you very, very soon. Thanks, Paul. I appreciate having me. What a conversation, wow. It's hard to put it in any better perspective than Seth Joe said. We'll take a short break. A lot of reaction to that in more of your phone.

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Miranda Devine Explains 'BLM Privilege' in New Column

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 8 months ago

Miranda Devine Explains 'BLM Privilege' in New Column

"That we've posted at Mike online dot com if you want to print it out or share it with friends. She writes when prominent young far left activist quintes Brown was arrested last week for trying to assassinate a Jewish mayoral candidate in Louisville, Kentucky. He was portrayed sympathetically by the media and immediately bailed out of jail by his Black Lives Matter comrades who crowdfunded the $100,000 cost. Brown had BLM privilege, a celebrated gun control advocate, anointed as a rising star by the Obama foundation. He was an honored guest on joy Reid's MSNBC show. He was granted a biweekly opinion column in the Louisville courier journal dispute boilerplate leftist race based anti cop sentiment. And according to Andy, no author of unmasked, the definitive antifa expose Brown social media accounts show a disturbing allegiance to anti semitic causes. Such as the Lion of Judah armed forces, an armed black nationalist group, which is linked to the virulently anti semitic black Hebrew Hebrew Israelites. One of the bullets he allegedly fired from his Glock handgun at mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg came so close. It grazed the man's sweater. But none of that is a problem for GoFundMe, which routinely cuts off crowdsourced donations to nonviolent Canadian truckers and nonviolent January 6th defendants, but never interferes with BLM's cash.

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"greenberg" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Has got to tell him to get some fruit in his high level. Come on now. I mean, really, let's look at the history lesson right there. I like their team. Get all failed. They've got no. They have a maturity about it. Ask who should they place with a joy about it? Which I think has been great for John. I think he's actually really enjoying coaching his team. Kellen greater gives him a guy maturity that can make big shots, don't COVID, it's too big. So when you look at this team, they're defending their exposure to the transition. They've got more shot makers. And they don't even know if you can further to who would have been maybe their best shoot. And he's got versatility in his lineup, which I think is really important for John. So I really like their team. They've got to get healthy. Tie tie started to get healthy. So I'm just trying to stay healthy, Oscar's got to call out a screen when they're extending their defense or those guards don't get their heads taken off, but I really like their team. I like their DNA, like their identity, and I can tell John likes to do, which is just as important. Talking to Seth Greenberg out in Lawrence, Kansas. Let's go back to the number one team in the country. Bruce Paul is here the other day. He feels pretty good about his team. They've got another interesting matchup tomorrow, just so before we get to the games and of course auburn is hosting that game as early in the afternoon how would you describe this auburn team and being number one would indicate they're capable of quite a bit. Yeah, they wouldn't ask what happened and said, look, there's a couple of things that they've got toughness, and I love what it did like. Hey, Johnson. And Jasper and tobacco didn't agree. They have a toughness of confidence that Bruce pearls, teams have had. They remind me a little bit about final 14. Jabari smoke is just different. You know, some people say Kevin Durant, the game comes easy too. And now this game comes YouTube. Obviously he's shot maker, but he can defend he can rebound. He's a willing passer. The job that first has done with.

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"greenberg" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"greenberg" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The pride passion and pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul Fein bomb show hour three podcast. Correspondent Seth Greenberg, actually that's not correct. I'm ready for the wrong script. Is it Alan field how it's getting ready for tomorrow's big game between Kentucky and Kansas chef great to have you on? Good afternoon and how are things out there in the land of the jayhawks? It's pretty good. Actually it's not stone. I mean, I left Avon Connecticut and I expected 20 inches of snow, so I'm not complaining. I'm excited. This is gonna be our first road game day show in two years Paul. I didn't realize to be here on a great game with a great environment. Two great teams, great players, two guys ready to be the conversation for play of the year and I imagine obviously ask because she was so life was good. Let's start there. There's a couple other things I want to ask you about, but Kentucky has really shown a lot this year. They've had some misses, but give us your assessment of John's team. Well, yeah, I think the aperture is a little bit premature. I mean, obviously they struggled last year. And I was like, oh, John, Cal Perry, you gotta play more like this team. Oh, what's happening? You know, he has got to tell him to get some fruit in his high level. Come on now. I mean, really, let's look at the history lesson right there. I like their team. Get all failed. They've got.

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Scottsdale Moms Targeted by Secret Dossier Speak Out

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:02 min | 11 months ago

Scottsdale Moms Targeted by Secret Dossier Speak Out

"We have with us two moms who are fighting for liberty and freedom Amanda ray and Valerie Shannon. Get those names right? Yeah, good. Thank you. From Scottsdale, Arizona, so our audience is sort of briefed and versed on this whole drama. And partially so because I called out Jan Michael Greenberg for being a creep like months ago when I spoke at the because I just was like kind of a weird guy. And you guys have been on the front lines of this for a while. In Scottsdale, moms that were concerned about your kids education and you came out and spoke out about that, but in the recent weeks and now days this has become a national news story of what we have seen in Scottsdale. So let's just start from there. Let's start first kind of why were you concerned about your kid's education and then how did you get your how do you get into this? Do you ever think that you would be kind of in the midst of a national news story like this? No, not at all. I think like all of us we were not really paying attention to what was happening in education. And then when COVID hit and our kids came home and we started to get a bird's eye view into the classroom of what's happening. And then I realized how much control that school boards have. I didn't know a single board member's name. So when I found out that they had the ability to keep us learning, online, we started researching, and we discovered Jan Michael Greenberg, who was a 24 year old boy, unmarried, no children in the district had run unopposed and elected to make decisions for our children. And so, we tried to figure out what's his, what's his reason here? He was listed as a politician on his Facebook page, and I was like, well, this is nonpartisan. Why is he here? So we started to advocate for parental rights and transparency in the district and moms have instincts. And I think we all just like there's something not right here. And so we followed that and we just pulled that thread and then in August, in an unsolicited email, Jan Michael sent a screenshot of his desktop to another parent, as he was harassing her and calling her anti semitic and a white supremacist and told us that we were dangerous. Because because of a George Soros implication. Yeah, a screenshot of something that was said in a private group, he attacked her. We've always kept it to his issues and his behavior on the board, but he pulls the race car. Of course he does. Yeah, and he's a white male so he's an impressive, unless he pulls a race car, so he's got to pull something. So that's how it started. And he sent us the screenshot. We actually didn't follow it for a long time, because who's dumb enough to send a URL without password protecting it? So we then typed in the URL and I clicked on the link and physically got ill seeing photos of my 8 and ten year old, photos of me, photos of my homes and property records, background checks on 47 different parents. And it was yeah. I mean, we all just I was

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Creepy Dossier Rocks Scottsdale Unified School District

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 11 months ago

Creepy Dossier Rocks Scottsdale Unified School District

"If you think what happened in loudon county was just an isolated incident, wait till I tell you what's happening in Scottsdale unified school district. So this guy, Jan Michael Greenberg had emailed one of the parents about some sort of back and forth calling a parent antisemitic over her comments she made about billionaire George Soros, like give me a break. But in the screenshot was a link to his private Google Drive account. Now that private Google Drive account then, the parent had the wisdom and the wherewithal to actually go see what does he have in the private Google Drive account. Well, in the private drive account, he had a dossier. Of parents private information, pictures of 8 and ten year old blogging and collecting information on parents and the stock still unified school district that might speak against his regime as governing board of the stock so unified school district. He said, we've identified in there were 47 people who he hired private investigators to check their backgrounds, their divorce decrees, he had social security numbers, property records, and mortgages of parents who have just come and spoke at the Scottsdale unified school district. In Arizona, I hope you're listening very closely. Your taxpayer dollars when you pay money, I pay Scottsdale taxes, by the way, hello, this includes me. When I pay Scottsdale, unified school district, money, I am paying for this creep to go spy on parents. Meanwhile, Scottsdale unified school district enrollment is going down, they're masking children against state law and what is he focused on, oh, he's creating dossiers. With different labels and different folders, one that was labeled anti mask lunatics, or press conference psychos, or parents showing signs that say CRT is racist, or S USD we demand transparency.

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Bald men on campus. With Jay billis, Ellis and Seth Greenberg. I'm Seth Greenberg, and as you know, courtside had a pretty good rumble. We got a new podcast coming up. It's gonna be really good. Bald man on campus with my cohorts. Jay billis and the great lafont so Ellis. Now think about this now. You're talking about three guys that look at the game of basketball for different prisons. Obviously, I coached for 33 years. The fox or Wallace, by the way, he was not a good player. He was a great player to it, the NBA player, and he is going into the Ring of Honor at Notre-Dame, one of the great arms you can get as a basketball player, Notre-Dame. Terrific background from a player's perspective. Ring of Honor for the great Alfonso and by the way, Jay billis is Jersey is hanging in Cameron indoor stadium. Not in the rafters and coach case bathroom, but you know, it's still hanging. Jay Phillips will look at the game, obviously for both their player and coach at a perspective that global perspective he has on the game. It's going to be a great conversation to have great guests great banter. It's going to be free spirited. And this is going to be great called basketball season. Think about this. Coach case final year. Yes, it's going to be a story each and every day. That's just the way it is. Kentucky, are they back? The impact of the transfer portal. How impactful will these transfers be? And then new coach is a new place, whether it's Chris feared, whether it's you for Davis taking over at North Carolina. Where it's Mike Woodson going back to Indiana. Shocker smart's gonna do a great job at Mark Ken. You've got Tommy Lloyd at Arizona. The season is around the corner and we're going to bring you inside college basketball. Bald man on campus, follicle challenge, but brilliant, no less. To learn more, listen to my guy, Jay billis, and Lafayette Ellis. I'm Jay billis of ESPN. I've been on college game day since it started. I've been on bald men on campus on the ACC network since it started. And from the inception of bald men on campus, the podcast, I'm gonna be here from the birth of this great podcast until it's untimely death, not sure when that's gonna be. It could be soon. And I will find some wellness. I'm gonna be Jay and Seth's bald head brethren and I can't wait to get started on our podcast. The energy that we have the chemistry that we have. The forwards of bringing that in a podcast version with some of the latest college basketball information and Jay, I'm excited about two bigs in the country this year that freshman duke has one Gonzaga has one. You know, I'm all about the big shape. Well, thank God you are that somebody will talk about the big guys because this is a guard dominated business. It seems like all the guards go into coaching and they go into media. We might be the only big guys that are working today, but with bald man on campus, the podcast, lafonta, what we're gonna have is the three of us bald guys have well over a hundred years of college basketball experience. 80 years with Seth Greenberg and then you and I have ten, ten years each of us to a hundred. And one of the things I'm looking forward to most is that bald man on campus will take you inside the huddle, will take you inside the locker room so far inside you'll get the stench of Seth Greenberg's old gym bag from fairly Dickens. And we'll have the best coaches on our podcast, the best players, and we'll discuss things far and wide, not only in the game on the court, but off the core issues of the day and we'll also get into the things we've eaten on college game day road trips that we shouldn't have eaten. The things that Seth feels most guilty about on a Monday. And we will make sure that we wash our hands in the process. Yeah, I am looking forward to not only a great season, but I think we're going to have two great teams to start the year. That doesn't mean they're going to be the best teams at the end, but Gonzaga and UCLA have played that epic game and the NCAA tournament last year. I think you're going to be the two best teams to start the year. UCLA has everybody back and then some and good saga is loaded again. I don't know how Mark few does it, but Gonzaga and UCLA, this is going to be a West Coast bias year. We're going to be talking about the West Coast and the Pacific time zone from the jump. And I look at your Alma mater just getting missed that much on this is 1995. I talked about earlier some pigs and some freshmen that are coming in. How about Powell and Cheryl, 16 two 40, knocking down from being played with this back to the basket can actually change speed change direction, a really good passer, him on the front line with Mark Williams who had a breakout gear toward the end of the season last year could be one of the best front courts in the country. Yeah, the most compelling front court since Jay billis and Mark alley played together in the mid 80s, so that's going to be a great year to do. But it's going to be a great year on bald men on campus, the podcast. Don't miss it. I don't know where you go to get it. But wherever you go, go..

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"And they'll pay people will pay for that someday for making i. They weren't isolated rural people rogue range page statement that denigrated basketball athlete and most important. The some early guys. I hated that into this minute. Because you can see more up again i do. They divided basketball between supposedly characters that were around with their parents. Sometime red whether coaches sometimes there are people in business run the biggest corporation world. We saw some idiot tried to do jeopardy the whole load of item that he didn't remember five years ago and he said i mean the metoo movement to be the girls were like a breath of fresh air and the sexual san jose michigan state. I think everything brought me over now. I think we're open to make is great. This is good stuff. We're gonna work. We're gonna have an app to in the fruit right the first week of october. We're gonna bring a whole group together and as long as as long as get you set up. Well i can't do. I leave you. i'm gonna wake signed off. Then i'll get off the chair. Desert humidity can't do computer illiterate. Set for i'm slowly. But surely making my way taylor. You'd say i'm i'm illiterate. Design actually had asked how he got me this chancy microphone so it sounds better that i didn't have the setup so k y you look you look kojak. You will good taking better care of myself. That's shows that helps out. But i appreciate everything you've done. I still i mean like i said i i still remember that i still remember those columbia nikes and i said i still remember when i was fortunate. Gets the gene tech job. That and i'm sure it was probably comfortable. You crazy but you picked up the phone and and you said you know if you wanna come with adidas. we'd love to have your net nan. That meant the world debate. That meant that. I got to me. I appreciate and hopefully we. Hopefully we did things directly. So i appreciate my friend. Thanks for listening to courtside greenberg. Dockage check out more greek podcasts. Espn on the espn app. Have you listen to podcast..

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"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"You know take on but i'm they were Major citizen horizon in appreciate because the this is community. They wanted Understands west texas and in growing in this area in west texas in has made a week here in hitter beat mansi sponsor hardworking people. Here that appreciate it to the grind in the in the topless. We showed on that. He ended in so You know ma. Ma message. That i'm excited. I'm grateful for their support. We've got the best fans in the country when they say in limber. We hope they see a top aggressive physical. It has fi step on the order. crowder guys gobble or take those charges in and in in in handed chemistry connection that the appreciate awesome coach. I look forward to seeing you. Hopefully we get back out there for a game. I i i said i had a great time there and i i i think i i. I'm really excited for you because You know you more than paid your dues and and and you know get coach coaching. It really is and You'll do rate job. And we appreciate. And i know you got a bunch of stuff going on but we appreciate spending time with especially as packages on you know. You'd never know. Get both together. But just close now to very blasted. God's giving stockton in we'll get we'll get both you guys out here and talk to our team so I love you to talk to us but thank you. Thank you speak to serve. Thanks for listening to coincide with greenberg and dockage. Check out more great podcasts. Spn on the espn app. Or wherever you listen to podcast..

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Texas Says It Will Build Border Wall With Mexico

Money Matters with Dean Greenberg

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Says It Will Build Border Wall With Mexico

"More this week about a bold plan in Texas to build a border wall. Texas has born the brunt of relaxed border enforcement, with authorities interdicting more than 170,000 illegal migrants Monthly. Now governor Greg Abbott says the Texas Legislature plans to spend a billion dollars of its own money. To increase enforcement. Outside of federal involvement, the ability to arrest will be enhanced. By building border barriers. Some of these border barriers will be will be built immediately. Evan Brown Fox News

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Joel Greenberg Pleads Guilty to Sex Trafficking

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Joel Greenberg Pleads Guilty to Sex Trafficking

"Florida politician Joel Greenberg pleaded guilty to six federal charges. And agreed to cooperate with prosecutors is part of a plea deal. Greenberg emerged as the central figure in the Justice Department sex trafficking investigation into Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gates. Gates was not mentioned. In the plea agreement or during the

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Gaetz Associate Pleads Guilty to Sex Trafficking Charges

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Gaetz Associate Pleads Guilty to Sex Trafficking Charges

"A long time associate of Florida GOP congressman Matt Gaetz has reached a plea deal on federal sex trafficking charges as part of the deal Joel Greenberg has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in the trafficking investigation into gates which could raise the congressman's potential legal and political liability Greenberg has pleaded guilty to six charges including sex trafficking with a minor two sources say federal prosecutors are looking into whether he and gates paid underage girls were offered them gifts for sex gates was not mentioned in the plea agreement and has denied the allegations and any accusation of wrongdoing Sager mag ani Washington

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How Joel Greenberg's Plea Deal Spells Trouble for Matt Gaetz

Atlanta's Morning News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

How Joel Greenberg's Plea Deal Spells Trouble for Matt Gaetz

"Linked to Republican Congressman Congressman Matt Gates Matt pleads Gates guilty pleads today guilty today to child sex to child trafficking sex trafficking and other federal and counts, other federal counts, Reporter Peter Reporter King Peter says Joel King Greenberg says Joel agrees Greenberg to agrees be a federal to be witness, a federal witness, possibly possibly against Gates against not Gates mentioned not in mentioned the 86 in the 86 page plea page agreement. plea agreement. He hasn't He been hasn't charged, been and charged, he says and he he says hasn't he done hasn't anything done wrong. anything wrong. The question The is question what Greenberg is what Greenberg may have told may prosecutors have told prosecutors about his about involvement his involvement in Gates continues in Gates continues

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Joel Greenberg, Former Matt Gaetz Confidant, Pleads Guilty

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Joel Greenberg, Former Matt Gaetz Confidant, Pleads Guilty

Gaetz Associate Agrees to Cooperate in Federal Investigation

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Gaetz Associate Agrees to Cooperate in Federal Investigation

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an associate of congressman Matt Gaetz agrees to cooperate with federal investigators a close associate of Republican US representative Matt Gaetz of Florida has agreed to cooperate in a federal investigation according to court documents Jill Greenberg is expected to plead guilty to six federal charges during a court appearance in Orlando on Monday the charges will include sex trafficking of a child according to people familiar with the matter federal prosecutors have been investigating whether gates and Greenberg paid under age girls are offered them gifts in exchange for sex as part of his plea agreement Greenberg who was Seminole county tax collector will admit he recruited women for commercial sex acts paying more than seventy thousand dollars from twenty sixteen to twenty eighteen might cross see Washington

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Dan Hurley on the Evolution of Coaching College Basketball

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Dan Hurley on the Evolution of Coaching College Basketball

"Sword. Welcome integrate dan hurley to the world's greatest podcast notice courtside. I got a question for you at at your a guy of kind of your heart. New school parts. You're well more part. Ulster the job of being a college basketball coach today. Is it anything like you thought it would be when you got into coaching. You know. I think listen. It's gotten way more Way more complicated But you know for me. I think they'll just kind of growing up coming up in like a basketball family. With with with bob senior like kind of seen the evolution You know of it. Like as a player for him. And i think what prepared me well was like being a high school coach for nine years south when you know like i had i think seven. I think i had seven or eight. Mcdonald's all americans in those like those eight or nine years. I was at saint benedict's so i was seeing you know on a from the grassroots and exactly kind of what was going on with high level players and you know how. The kind of recruiting was changing You know in in terms of the amount of people that were were now getting involved with a kid obviously things like the portal social media. You know that these things have obviously made coaching College coachee like particularly challenging.

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Dan Dakich Clears up Comments on His Future at ESPN

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Dan Dakich Clears up Comments on His Future at ESPN

"Then dockage annoys squared for basically will get fleeced and a couple of weeks a has a statement to make so then wars i do. An article came out where i was quoted. As saying i you know. I assume i'm not working for espn who cares. It was totally taken out of context. And i want to explain it. Good for another good friend but a friend of mine Slick leonard passed away. Click leonard and i'm going to get into him during his five cast because his story is unbelievable. Pacers player won a national championship without you broadcast in the basketball hall of fame when i was going through some stuff About a month ago on twitter. He sent me a note very sick lately but he. He sent me a note. Basically saying houthem. Don't worry about things you can't control caria and then some other things and i kind of use that and as i was talking about six death he died during my show and was really unprepared. I said look. I don't know what's going to happen with. Espn is not going. Have me but you know what. Screw it i got. I can't worry about things that are in. That was the context. And then i talked about The hassle with with these professors. And i said well as best thing that ever happened to me because my wife and i after that started going with a cup of coffee downstairs every day and reading the bible since then and i actually on my show. I showed the number of plans that we had done for the last thirty four days and like like things do in a city of a million people somehow. This became the biggest story. In the indy star in the usa. Today picked it up. And i got my espn shirt on south. I love working at espn. I love the relationships that i have. Whether it's you or taylor bonetti or day fleming or art fox or leave fitting. I love it and i was simply making the point and i must've done very poorly that i can't worry because it's a big. It's a big thing in my life whether i'll be back with the because i love it. I love being a basketball. Listen i love doing these things with you. And i must have said it poorly

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Matt Gaetz Reportedly Sent $900 to an Ally Now Accused of Sex Trafficking

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Matt Gaetz Reportedly Sent $900 to an Ally Now Accused of Sex Trafficking

"Matt gaetz florida congressman and fraternity brother. Who wants to show you something in his room under fire since news broke of him being under investigation over possible sex trafficking but like a karen in boston bodyworks. He refuses to back down tonight. Florida congressman matt gates defiant. I'm built for the battle. And i'm not going anywhere. The house ethics committee. Launching a new bipartisan investigation into gates examining allegations of sexual misconduct elicit drug. Use and accusations of the congressman may have shared inappropriate and explicit images on the house floor. The justice department investigating whether gates and his associate. Joel greenberg paid women who were allegedly recruited online for sex and travel according to the daily beast gates sent. Joel greenberg nine hundred dollars in too late night then. Mo transactions in two thousand eighteen greenberg use the same app to send three young women including one who had recently turned eighteen varying sums of money that amounted to nine hundred dollars. Greenberg made the payments to the three young women with the descriptions tuition school and school.

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Gaetz vows to fight, tries to stay on offensive amid scandal

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Gaetz vows to fight, tries to stay on offensive amid scandal

"Republican congressman Matt Gaetz is embroiled in a federal sex trafficking investigation tells of Florida conservatives rally he's not stepping down the three term Florida Republican says he's facing distortions about his personal life extortion by crooks and the buzz phrase cancel culture I'm built for the battle and I'm not going anywhere with the federal investigation alleging the sex trafficking of minors indican Gressel ethics investigation congressman Matt Gaetz was a keynote speaker at a save America summit held at former president trump's derail resort in Miami gates says the truth will prevail as heard on WPLG TV via canceled man in some corners I'm not even be a wanted man by the deep state gates is not charged with any crime but an associate Joel Greenberg who is charged with child sex trafficking is reportedly negotiating a plea deal in which he would cooperate with prosecutors hi Jackie Quinn

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Gaetz faces probe by House ethics over potential misconduct

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Gaetz faces probe by House ethics over potential misconduct

"Congressman Matt Gaetz is facing another investigation over sex trafficking allegations the justice department's already looking into whether gates and associate Joel Greenberg paid under age girls or offered them gifts in exchange for sex now the house ethics committee has started a probe citing allegations that the Florida Republican may have engaged in sexual misconduct and or illicit drug use among other things gates has not been charged and denies any wrongdoing while insisting he will not step down Greenberg is working toward a plea deal which could lead to him cooperating with prosecutors against gates Sager mag ani Washington

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'New strategy': Politicians in crisis refuse calls to resign

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

'New strategy': Politicians in crisis refuse calls to resign

"Congressman Matt Gaetz will make a high profile appearance today as he continues resisting calls to resign amid a federal sex trafficking investigation the Florida Republican will appear tonight at former president trump's Miami golf club at an event sponsored by the group that organized the trump rally on January six that ended with the capital Ryan gates appears to be emulating the ex president's approach to scandal denying allegations and portraying himself as a victim but pressure is mounting sources say gates political ally Joel Greenberg is working toward a plea deal with prosecutors looking into whether the two men paid under age girls were offered them gifts in exchange for sex I'm sure markets is not feeling very comfortable today Greenberg lawyer Fritz Scheller would not tell W. O. F. L. yesterday if his clients will cooperate against gates Sager mag ani Washington

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Associate of Matt Gaetz expected to plead guilty, lawyers say

All In with Chris Hayes

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Associate of Matt Gaetz expected to plead guilty, lawyers say

"Today was a bad day in the life of florida. Republican congressman matt gates. And it has everything to do with. This guy might recognize him. his name is joel greenberg. We've kind of just met him in the media at least he is the former seminole county tax collector in florida. One of the reasons he no longer holds that position is because he was indicted and later charged with a slew of counts tied to stalking illegally obtaining personal information identity theft wire fraud and sex trafficking of seventeen year old girl and it was that sex trafficking investigation into job greenberg as nbc news in other outset reported that led to the separate justice department investigation of congressman matt gates for possible sex trafficking of seventeen year old. Today in orlando florida. There was a status conference and greenberg's case where his lawyers as well as prosecutors said the greenberg who had previously pleaded. Not guilty is now expected to plead guilty. According to the new york times greenberg is likely to face. Twelve years in prison and legal experts. Said that mr greenberg had any hope of reducing that sentence you would have to cooperate with the justice department. It is not for certain he's going to play and cooperate but it does well. That could be extremely bad. News for one matt gaetz. Here's joe greenberg's lawyer. Today does mccain's have anything to worry about. Does matt gaetz. That is such a What happened court have. And you're asking me to get into the mind of bolt from your mind for my based on what your plant based on. What much package. Because he kept on talking. These question asked not to say I'm sure back. Not bloomberg com

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Associate of Matt Gaetz could cooperate with probe as part of plea deal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Associate of Matt Gaetz could cooperate with probe as part of plea deal

"Matt Gates as his longtime political ally, considers a plea deal. A close associate of congressman Matt Gates, Joel Greenberg is working towards striking a plea deal with federal prosecutors, his attorney and prosecutors acknowledged in court Thursday, potentially putting the Florida lawmaker in deeper legal jeopardy. Greenberg's potential cooperation as a witness in the Justice Department's ongoing probe into Gates could provide investigators were Important details as they examine whether the congressman broke sex trafficking or prostitution laws. Gates has denied all allegations of wrongdoing. The plea deal is not yet finalized, but according to attorneys could be resolved in a matter of weeks. Nichols Kanga CBS News Washington Now to the immigration crisis, and all time record of nearly

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"greenberg" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"greenberg" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"This is between Greenberg and this is the money Matters Show it's Sunday morning. And it's another week. A lot of things that happened in the market. We're gonna talk about that today. For those of you. That is just tuning in for the first time. We've been doing this show since 1990. We bring it to you to try to give you an inside us as money manages and And invested and pour in portfolio managers and financial planets and advisers. What we're doing what we're thinking. We give you and tell you what and how we are actually approaching the markets, the rest the tolerance, their allocations, the news media, the politics and everything else. So hope you those that have been listening, Enjoy it and hope for those that are new to a show. We'll pick up some new things and obviously Go ahead and learn something from what we're doing The markets, it's week went up again. They all went up with the idea that we're gonna have a stimulus package come out, but it's one of those things that is this by the room itself. The news. That's what we have to find out. And then that expression means you buy into the fact that Something's happening. Then, when it actually happens is disappointment. It doesn't keep it going and go low. I think that's a lot of what's going to happen because I don't think the stimulus package Is going to be big enough to satisfy most of the people that are out there. What the markets did rise. The S and P Almost 2% NASDAQ 2% wrestle it, which is benefiting from oil prices and well cos oil drillers doing well up another 2%. And you've got the Dow up 1%. For the week. So you know we're close to 37. 3700 on the S and P. That's ah, That's a number that everybody talked about being and and you and number is that the number that's going to stay? Is that a number that's going to be a resistant zone. I think it can be. It's going to depend What happens this weekend? If they don't come out with the stimulus package. Expect this market to fall. If they come out with the stimulus package, probably rally and then you see some selling into it. But the week you know what more is going on, Then we see and I'm gonna tell you something. After I tell you who this show is brought to you by Show is brought to you by Greenberg Financial Group..

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