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"jay bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:14 min | 6 months ago

"jay bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Made zero new rules. It was just we are going to enforce the rules. And one last thing, Paul, if you use the analogy of the highway. And there are cops on the highway that are monitoring speeding. Now, I think I don't think any of your listeners or you or me would be able to with a straight face a wine ever exceed the speed limit. I'm not asking that we call that somebody going 67 to 65 get a ticket. I'm not calling for touch fouls. What I'm saying is we've got people going 80 and the cops are watching them go by. And when you allow that, more people are going to go 80 and they're going to go 80 more often. When you give tickets out when they go 80, they start to slow down. And when you call, when you call the clear files, players will stop fouling and when you don't call them, they will file more. And that's the situation where now. I don't think it's fixable this year at this point in the season. But I think we're going to I really believe we're going to see this. I think we're going to see some of these power 5 conference teams that are playing hockey games during their conference season, going to the NCAA tournament. And in the tournament, the NCAA supervisor JD Collins has a very strict hammer on the officials. If you don't call the games the way he says, you don't advance to the next round as an official. And I think we're going to see a couple of maybe more. Some power conference teams find themselves in situations where they can't adjust in a single game. And they're going to get bounced out of the tournament as a result. Now, some people say, oh, the other team was just better. But the trained eye that looks at it says now they got the one one at this point. I mean, I've had so many games that never got to the one and one by halftime. And it's impossible for teams to play at this level of physicality and not pick up files. It's impossible. Jay, in a very short period of time, we have left. I know it's a big question in terms of the tournament, but as we move toward that, everyone thinks this team or that team, but is there any way to chisel it down to where you are right now in terms of if you had to without knowing what the field looks like? Who has impressed you the most this year? Yeah, I think last year we had two teams that stood out above the rest. And saga and Baylor and it was all season long. You knew they were head and shoulders above the crowd. And if they didn't make the final four, your jaw would be on the floor. This year, I think we don't have that kind of superpower at the top where they've separated. We've got about 18. I would say that I think the champion is going to come from that 18 group, but I wouldn't be surprised if any of those 18 lost in the sweet 16. They all won't lose, but a couple, maybe a few will. And that many open up a path for a smaller conference team to make the final four. I think it's going to be a little bit easier this year to reach a final four that last year. But winning the championship is a different animal. And so, but I think we're looking at 18s. That doesn't mean somebody can't pull an NC state or a Villanova 85 and do it. That's possible. But it's unlikely, but we've got this is going to be an exciting turn of it because we don't know. There's nobody that you can point to and say that's the best team. But I think Gonzaga, auburn, perdue, teams like that, duke, Kentucky, they're all in that in that range of teams that have a chance to cut the nets down. Somebody can do something crazy and be outside of that group and do it. But I think we're looking at about an 18 group that are what I would say prohibitive favorites to win it. So much to talk about. We hope to catch up with you again. I know the schedule will get very busy. But Jay, thanks for making time. It's always great to have you on. Always Paul. Thank you. Thank you very much. Nobody knows more than Jay Bill is from ESPN and we are heading to the break right here. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast..

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"jay bill" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"jay bill" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"I actually like it. What would Ted say to you when you have all these people throwing out his money at you and come march? You know what? Okay, now that I've watched about 8 episodes, he'll be like, does it change your life? Doesn't change your life. What makes you happy? Where do you belong? Other people. That's what he would say. And thank you for bringing that up because Jay billis has been I'm like, Jay Bill, let's just bring it up always, these Ted Lasso references. I have no idea what he's talking about. No, no, no. Me personally, I didn't think I would. I'm like, what the hell is that? You know what? As a coach, I'm like interesting. I love the story he was playing dots against this arrogant owner of the soccer team. And he was playing dots and they had made the bet and he said something about someone who's curious versus someone who is I forget what it was about curious. He says leaders are more curious than whatever. He was throwing dots and I guess the guy was a really good dot play. And he says, you never asked me how curious I was. And he said, I've been playing dots against my dad since I've been ten years old. Wow. I grew one right in the middle of the dot board and he collected whatever he was going to collect. Wow. You know what? It's not power. It's not power. I mean, it's not new Jack city for me. Old school. But it's good. The minute you called coach, many you called, I would change my schedule anything. Thank you, appreciate you, though, seriously. I mean that. Thank you for thinking about me all the time. Thank you for checking up on me. Thank you for being a mentor. You know what I mean? I know who I am. I know who's been there. And I just, that's why it's a coach you pick a time, I'll change, I got you. I appreciate man. Love you. Yes,.

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"jay bill" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"jay bill" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We will see. Meanwhile, tonight is the NBA draft. And I am very much looking forward to watching my friend Jay Billa's Give me the analysis and all these players because their arm or this year the names at the top are ones We've probably seen play less than in any year that I can remember in a very long time. And so I welcome J Bill is back to the program. Hello again, Bilis. Greenie. Good to be with you. So I teased going into the break that we're going to say a name that a lot of people probably have not heard it all that they better remember when we get to tonight. And that name is Tyreese Halliburton. It's a name I had. I'm not 100% sure that I'd ever heard It spoken aloud until about two days ago. And now I'm hearing everyone Tell me this is the player to watch tonight. Tell us who he is and how high he might go. Well, he is. He's a point guard from Iowa State, and he's been there a couple years. Um, long armed, you know, Lanky, uh, outstanding handler. Really good passer. Excellent shooter, You know, Spot up shooter, um, can shoot from deep can put the ball on the deck and get to the rim and finish and he's a really good defender. I mean, I think Perhaps the most complete player in the draft and the one you'd say. He's going to play 10 12 years and there's no way he's not going to be good. Um, you know, it's just a question of Kennedy is gonna be great, and he may have a lower ceilings and Lamell, a ball wise, James Wiseman or Anthony Edwards, but his his flora's much higher so you know you can. Well. He's reliable. You can rely on him. And I've got him is the fourth overall prospect in the draft for that reason, primarily, not necessarily that he's going to. He's going to come in and you know, lighted up like Donovan Mitchell or something like that. But that he's going to be unbelievably solid on band attribute to winning at a high level right away. That's just the name. I want Everyone listening to be remembering tonight when you hear his name called much earlier than a lot of people are projecting. You heard Jay Bill is tell you here. He could go that high. Let's talk about what Melo ball. He's obviously by far the most famous player in this draft because of his family and all the things that have happened. Just how good is he? J. He's really talented. He's a He's a wizard with the ball. Great ball handler, Spectacular passer. Can can deliver the ball in almost any situation, transition ability. He doesn't shoot it, and he doesn't. He hasn't shown much. Interest in defending to this point. But he loves to play put this time in, and I have no doubt that that hill transition well and be a good MBA player. I don't I don't think even though he's extraordinarily talented with the ball And you know a point guard. I have Anthony Edwards little bit ahead of him because Edwards is a better score..

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"jay bill" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"jay bill" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

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"jay bill" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on Get Up!

"One team in one city can change when that one player's name is called the breaking news, the inside and the announced, all right up to the first pick of the NBA draft. So big, soc strong so athletic. I don't know that we've seen anything like this sports Thursday, six eastern right after PTO. Sportscenter tonight after Vanderbilt Mississippi State with sage in Kevin on the eve of the draft eleven interview was ion plus the latest developments in the David Ortiz investigation and a breakdown of nineteen year old freshmen ace Kumar rockers performance for vandy in Omaha sportscenter app, he college World Series on ESPN and the ESPN app. All right. You know what's so cool. Why says he's a fun guy. You know what he continues to live up to that, take a look at this with him, and Serge Ibaka living their best post championship life. Now you own and get champions. What is the worst junk food you can eat this drink alcohol and in desert all the time? What did he do that? That's basically how lose all the dogs. I mean is that? Jaylen polls that Tuesday. Anyway, as you can see we have grown. It is a delight to bring Zach Lowe under the. The free agency and the one, the only Jay Bill here. He'll be across the river tomorrow night for the NBA draft. And we're not to get too as we roll along as always from the seaport district pure seventeen. Brought to.

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"jay bill" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on Get Up!

"And you've kind of accustomed your gate. This is going day to day week to week prohib- so one week he might be able to jump up and dunk next week he might go to do the exact same thing. All of a sudden he's not wearing needs to be. And that's how you see him airball pretty much a layup that we saw early Jim right every time enforcing the finish through momentum over our trees down low. I it's interesting because I still feel like we're not giving enough credit for doing what he is doing as injured and hobbled as he may be. We don't even know exactly how bad he feels every single game but it's not Kuwata Kawai is, is the main focal point. It's because everyone else around him as playing wealth than bleed you have Lowery. You have Markelle solve. All these guys are playing well around him. If this was a take thirty nine shots Kawai that. We saw in the Philly series they would be struggling, right? That's where they needed more help. And he got more help from his guy, I would agree with you on giving him credit though, because it was a year ago that the narrative was that he's not willing to play through injury. And now look look look at what that does messiah jury and the rest of the guys say, hey, this is on your timetable when you want to play will allow you to play whatever way. And he's playing through injuries but injured for the past two ploughs Sears. Yeah. And it's why they did give him time off. They managed his load obviously early on. But he is in a situation now where if they need him, it does feel like he could step up. Big mixture, though. If you're a big time player that low management. Yeah, always whatever them out on this show too. So anyway, just getting time to run the brunt. My head. Go ahead. Kyle Lowry guys bounceback reporting few performance. He's for twenty three points, including five threes, RJ what impress you by Lowery. Well he just plays the game. It's not so much with impresses me is what's frustrates me. Like you know that he's capable of being aggressive and catches and shoot and does so many different things for their teeth. They are a great team. I'm not even talking about the amount of money that he makes but when he plays with this type of confidence, and, again, the warriors are hobbled so you should have a little bit more food for on your offense than not having to chase around all the stars. Jay Bill boogie cousins. He played nineteen nine minutes didn't bring much offensively. But it's probably not fair for taking the blame. It's just coming back down to reality. I mean this is his third game bag. Second game. He played extremely well, but still, I mean, the Petillo on your body. You know, you've talked about your body being sore. You just couldn't find out rhythm but we shouldn't be cousins in the third game back to be twenty five and fifteen type players. This goes to show you how hobbled this team is okay? This is fascinating, though. The The row. raptors own a two games to one lead in this NBA finals. These are sportsbook, has this series dead heat, both team, minus one tenth, but our basketball power index now gives the rafters, a sixty eight percent chance to.

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"jay bill" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on Around the Rim

"I remember. Monday's. So you bring the game with you to higher platforms, and that's important too. We're all on the same wavelength right now. Because I love when I get to see Maria doing the the baseline walk with Jay Bill isn't. And I was just like. But you, you know, it's interesting that you talk about the product on the floor though because you've seen we've all seen women's basketball evolves. So much over the over the last few years over the last two years, I can say to me the game of women's basketball has changed so much and like would you especially looking at the teams who are in the tournament right now? What can you specifically, you know, point out to as to what's making the game? So great and so different. And how changing over the last couple of years? I think people always mine to are they at least want to point to parody like this idea that every time teams tick the court, you know, that there could be a potential upset. So the same way that you know, if you watch Duke men basketball play Michigan state like yeah. That that Michigan say now in the final four because there was a chance that they could be the better team on that day. And so I think there were times when we always knew even if you know, Connecticut showed up and played their worst game. They were still gonna they were still going to steamroll. And that is no longer the case. That's what makes it so much fun. And like I enjoy it even for the players like fighting and battling through it. And I think to just like the way that the games have ended. You know, we had their nothing will ever top our final four from a season ago. Like, I just can't even see it happening. I hope it does. But I can't see it happening and people are really tuned in and enjoying it the way that we see Oregon playing basketball. I think Rebecca Lobo described it as the Golden State Warriors. I mean. Yeah. Because they're not in down threes at a forty percent clip in one through four can shoot the three like they're changing the game woman basketball. And maybe they'll be more teams. That are like, yeah. That's how we win championships. And that's what we're gonna do. We've got everything from these amazing Biggs and Meghan Gustafsen that can make every single shot hook shot turn left. Turn. Right. You know, shoes the jumper at the top of the key. Just very well rounded, good basketball. And I think we saw that reflected this season, particularly from first round all the way through you know, like endeavor seemed like there was a drop off. Marie. I know that you're at Tampa right now, which will be exciting fancy just to hear that people are already moving in that direction. So you start your work early. And you guys do a ton of things we see what you're doing it studio. But you're required to do all kinds of sports center heads and just all kinds of things to promote the game while you're there just give us some insight into what this week is really like. And then we've that's happening when our Rica Google wallet's hitting that shot like what is it like as you guys are watching that ready to come back on? And you've got all that energy. Just give us a just give us some of the inside of what happens this weekend with your studio during the final four. Sure, I mean, first of all during that shot. We were just like we went nuts. I wish we had a spy Cam up here. Beca and here, it was the same thing, except we're like jumping around because we have so much space. You know what I mean to move. We got to do that to nights in a row and then yes immediate like get on. You don't set, you know, 'cause we're thinking oh overtime something. Whatever no turn around turn the lights on everyone, hops onset. Now, we're in post game show mode and everyone gets thoughts together. So it happens really really quick and live TV. But I'll say inside the studio. I mean the week one. We're there from eleven AM when that first game tips off until the last game tips at eleven PM, you know, on the west coast, and we are I'm people know that we're doing halftime for every single game. So weak want around one the very first day..

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"jay bill" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

16:12 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"jay bill" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"jay bill" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"The equity initiative at the Mercatus center at George Mason University before we go to the calls. They'll be simply ask you is it a delusional dream to bring manufacturing jobs back into the country. Or did the Foxconn situation merely go about it the wrong way? Well, I don't think. No. I don't think it's a delusion. At all. In fact, there's some evidence that certain types of manufacturing really resurging in the US, but it's a different kind. It's not going to be the the blue blue collar manufacturing that dominated the economy in the sixties and seventies. Instead, it's going to be, you know, a more advanced manufacturing, the relies a lot on ro- robots and the types of jobs that are going to be you know, in demand for that are. Chops for highly skilled highly educated workers. So really, I think that the real task here is to make sure that our education system is keeping up with you know, with that economy of the future and the people are equipped to to meet those demands. So a better investment of Wisconsin tax dollars might have been in the schools. Perhaps you know, that gets into another debate about the weather dollars exactly turned into education by argument targeted dollars. All right. Matthew injustice, Texas joins us tonight on the Bohannon show with our guest, Matthew Mitchell. Good evening. Matthew in Justin. Hey, Jay Bill. Hi, matthew. How are you guys? We're well. So I guess my comment is your guests seems to be expressing economic intervention through government utility versus free market supply and demand like Larry cudlow talks about a lot. So it sounds like he espouses just to let supply and demand run. Its course versus economic intervention. Okay. What about the is this a pure Lasi fair argument here that that the government keeps hands off? Well, I do think there's definitely an element of laissez faire. What I would say is, you know, go back to what basic economics says works, and, you know, there should be an active role for the government in providing genuine public goods because public goods are under provided by markets. There should be a active role for the government to ensure that contracts are upheld and promises are are maintained. And there's no fraud. There should be a role for the government to internalize extra analogies to make sure that either through property rights or through some other scheme like cap and trade that extra analyses. You know, there aren't environmental extra analogies, but for all of those there's good economic theory to say that it works. But really in neither economic theory Norian economic evidence. Do we find much of a case for using public funds for private firms all right to John in Las Vegas? Good evening. John welcome to the Bohannon Joe. Oh, yes. Sure. I wish we would bring our manufacturing back home. I love the Chinese. But our shoes were better made it home. That's an interesting point that the issue of of quality control. But of course, the Chinese were to make let's say the best news possible. There is I I guess Matthew Mitchell, there's there's just a problem of wage differential here that the Chinese could make shoes out of platinum virtually and and still make them cheaper than than we can make them. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the labor differential there is just so great. And in in many ways, this is a good problem to have is American workers are high relative to Chinese workers are highly skilled and can command high salaries, and so, you know, it makes sense for firms to locate and other places where the firm the labor forces nearly as educated, and you know. Weekend specialize in other in production of other activities. Like, I said, you know, really the change from manufacturing base jobs where it's a blue collar job and wages are are nice. But they're not nearly as high as what you would get from manufacturing. Where people are a highly skilled workforce is programming. The machines that make the do the manufacturing. You know? That's really going to be the future. There's a lot of debate about whether change, you know, creative destruction of capitalism is good or bad. I tend to I tend to side with those who say over the long run. It's it's quite good for consumers and for and for workers. But what you can't do is denied that it exists. You know, I it is changes coming, and you can't just hope for an economy that was back forty forty years ago. That's never coming back. To AJ in Humboldt County, California the Bohannon show. Hello AJ. Thanks for having me on again. You're absolutely true part question. Okay. All right. You mentioned something about subbing out manufacturing to places like China weapons to guidance systems would have you coming back to haunt us. At some point. I thought that we part why didn't we do that under Bill Clinton's that we subbed out weapons guidance systems manufacturer? We were selling guidance information that would help put satellites in orbit. Ignoring the fact that the very same technology that puts satellites and accurate orbit makes ICBM's more accurate. We did do that. Yes. Okay. All right. The other thing is that based on that answer, which I thought was true. I suppose we make a deal with the Taiwanese. And then the time when he's taken over by the Chinese, and we're not in a position to do it because there's a nuclear stalemate, or what have you and they end up with all of our information from that exchange of information with the Taiwanese they're independent now. But then they are independent. They don't always have to be. And of course, I wasn't suggesting that it's ever a wise decision to sublet are sensitive technological information to anybody for any reason whatsoever. And this issue here as far as I know Matthew Mitchell, there was nothing to be manufactured at the proposed liquid crystal spe plan in Wisconsin. That would have been Bill sensitive, right? Yeah. I've never heard any claims that there isn't a militarily sensitive manufacturing going on there. More to come. Stay with us on the Bohannon show. One eight six six five O jimbo's, really big question. A lot of people have had this. For a long time. And maybe we are through trial and error learning some answers back in a moment. Attention all authors. Page Publishing is looking for authors..

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"jay bill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fellow director of the equity initiative at the Mercatus center at George Mason University before we go to the calls to simply ask you is a delusional dream to bring manufacturing jobs back into the country. Or did the Foxconn situation merely go about it the wrong way? Well, I don't think. No. I don't think it's a delusion at all. In fact, there's some evidence that certain types of manufacturing are really resurging in the US, but it's a different kind. It's not gonna be the the blue blue collar manufacturing that dominated economy in the sixties and seventies. Instead, it's gonna be, you know, a more advanced manufacturing, the relies a lot on ro- robots and the types of jobs that are going to be you know, in demand for that are. Jobs for highly skilled highly educated workers. So really, I think the, you know, if you the real task here is to make sure that our education system is keeping up with you know, with that economy of the future, and the people are quick to to meet those demands. So a better investment of Wisconsin tax dollars might have been in the schools. Perhaps you know, that gets into another debate about, you know, the weather dollars exactly turn into education by targeted dollars. All right. Matthew in Justin, Texas joins us tonight on the Bohannon show with our guest, Matthew Mitchell. Good evening Matthew in. Hey, Jay Bill. Hi, matthew. How are you guys? We're well. So I guess my comment is your guest seems to be expressing economic intervention through government utility versus free market supply and demand like Larry cudlow talks about a lot. So it sounds like he he spouses just to let supply and demand run its course versus economic intervention. Okay. What what about the is this a pure Lasi fair argument here that that the government keeps hands off? Well, I do think there's definitely an element of a laissez faire. What I would say is, you know, go back to what basic economics says works, and you know, that there should be an active role for the government in providing genuine public goods because public goods are under provided by markets. There should be a active role for the government to ensure that contracts are upheld and promises are are maintained. And there's no fraud. There should be a role for the government to internalize extra analogies to make sure that either through property rights or through some other ski my cap, and trade that extra nowadays there aren't environmental extra analyses. But for all of those there's good economic theory to say that it works. But really in neither economics theory Norian economic evidence. Do we find much of the case for using public funds for private firms all right to John in Las Vegas? Good evening. John welcome to the Bohannon Joe. Oh, yes, sir. I wish we would bring our manufacturing back home. I love the Chinese. But our shoes were better made it home. That's an interesting point that the issue of quality control. But of course, if the Chinese were to make let's say the best possible there is I guess Matthew Mitchell, there's there's just a problem of wage differential here that the Chinese could make shoes out of of platinum virtually and and still make them cheaper than than we can make them. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the labor differential there is just so great. And in many ways, this is a good problem to have is American workers are high relative to Chinese workers are highly skilled and can command high salaries, and so, you know, it makes sense for firms to locate and other places where the the firm, the labor force isn't nearly as educated, and you know. Weekend specialize in other in production of other activities. Like, I said, you know, really the change from manufacturing base jobs where it's a blue collar job and wages are are nice. But they're not nearly as high as what you would get from manufacturing. Where people are a highly skilled workforce is programming. The machines that make the the do the manufacturing, you know. That's really going to be the future. There's a lot of debate about whether change, you know, creative destruction of capitalism is good or bad. I tend to I tend to side with those who say over the long run. It's it's quite good for consumers and for and for workers. But what you can't do is deny that it exists. You know, it is changes coming, and you can't just hope for an economy that was back forty forty years ago. That's never coming back to AJ in Humboldt County, California on the Bohannon show. Hello AJ. You're absolutely true part question. Okay. All right. You mentioned something about a subbing out manufacturing to places like China weapons guidance systems would have you coming back to haunt us. At some point. I thought that we part why didn't we do that under Bill Clinton's that we subbed out weapons guidance systems manufacturer? We were selling guidance information that would help put satellites in orbit. Ignoring the fact that the very same technology that puts satellites and accurate orbit makes ICBM's more accurate. We did do that. Yes. Okay. All right. The other thing is that based on that answer, which I thought was true. Suppose we make a deal with the Taiwanese. And then the time when he's taken over by the Chinese, and we're not in a position to do it because there's a nuclear stalemate, or what have you and they end up with all of our information from that exchange of information with the Taiwanese they're independent now. But. They are independent. They don't always have to be. Of course, I wasn't suggesting that it's ever a wise decision to sublet are sensitive technological information to anybody for any reason whatsoever. And this issue here as far as I know Matthew Mitchell, there was nothing to be manufactured at the proposed liquid crystals spe plant in Wisconsin. That would have been Bill sensitive, right? Yeah. I've never heard any claims that there is any militarily sensitive manufacturing going on there. More to come. Stay with us on the Bohannon show. One eight six six five zero jimbo's really big question. A lot of people have had this for a long time. And maybe we are through trial and error learning some answers back in a moment. They alarm here. All.

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"jay bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And I think Jay Bill will be able to tell you too because he's, you know, lives in that area and is really involved with basketball and that area, and he knew grant pretty well. And he thought he was kind of a, you know, mid major type recruit coming out of high school. He just didn't quite think that Williams had the, you know, the the the size and athleticism and quickness combination to play on the perimeter certainly at that level. And he didn't think he'd be big enough to go inside. I think he thought he was a good player, but certainly not an elite player, but that really hold up the story of this entire Tennessee team. I I don't know that there's any way to go back and look at this. I don't think there's an Elias sports bureau for this. But I don't know how many teams have ever been number one nationally without a single top one hundred prospect on the roster now, that's just amazing the player development. They've had with these guys. You you go down the list, you know, all those guys they've got none of them had Kentucky Duke you as he offers. No, they were. We're friends prospects on the Rick Barnes, and this staff sauce things they liked they develop them and here they are is that changing now. And I know that the big time players are starting to look at that. But you start getting a different type of player in that system. Does it does it upsets the balance of what retry to accomplish? I think that remains to be seen. But I have a feeling that won't be the case 'cause he's bringing in a five star next year jobs. I James who everybody wanted. He was a kid who he's from right down the road there from from the the triad area motor Alama either in Charleston and the dad play the Michigan state and Michigan state wanted him. But he loves grant Williams, and he picked Tennessee. So, you know, they're starting to get those kinds of guys again. But I think if you go back to the end of ribons tenure at Texas, and he noticed things starting to go sideways when he looked up in the culture, just wasn't what it used to be when he got when he first got there, and he's sort of built that scrappy underdog mentality early on in Texas, and they won big. And then he started the culture kind of start to erode. And so when he got Tennessee, he was really really particular about the the kinds of guys he took from a character standpoint from an unselfishness standpoint from a coach ability standpoint, there's a certain type of guy now. That he's looking for. And I've said it before I'll say it again, quite that old seen and Seinfeld. When he talks about, you know, you reach a certain age, you put the car in reverse, and you just all back any more. You're just going. That's how Rick Barnes is now recruiting he's going to put the car in reverse. And he's not looking I if he sees something he doesn't like going the other way. And I think that is why there might be more sustainability at the situation at Tennessee. Because I think he knows exactly what kind of guy he wants. Now. What's quick question before you go because for so many years we had the opposite being true? The antithesis of of what we have. Now, we had women's basketball ruling, the roost number one in the country. And the men's were struggling does this change the calculus at all what we're seeing from coach Barnes with Holly Warlick's situation that she's facing the the number one team in the country and women's basketball tonight. Oh, sure. I mean, you can use any word you want. Embattled, you know, Ossie whatever word the phrase you wanna use. I mean, that's certainly what Hollywood let's face and right now and nobody's happy about the situation. False. He sees a former Tennessee star. She's from Knoxville her jerseys in the rafters, Tennessee. She was patch right hand. They're out that ten year she's beloved in this area, but that program has a standard, and it's clearly not being met. They're losing it historic levels right now..

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"jay bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Everyone's right art, but I wouldn't call it a concern. Just yet, you know, the the fact is this team last season was elite defensively and and pretty good offensively right now this season with the same group of guys basically they've been elite ostensibly, I think second nationally offense inefficiency, but they just kinda okay? Top thirtyish defensively, and it's the same guys. And you saw the Alabama game end Vanderbilt game when they needed to get stops late. They went back and kind of channel that formed from last season and they made the plays. But where is that during during the game itself? So yeah, I mean, I think that's part of it. But also, I think Tennessee in the second half of that game. I don't think the defense was terrible. I think the defense was terrible for parts of the first half lead. Vandy get in the game and get rhythm. And then once that happened, and you started making crazy shots and all kinds of great place. So I think the fault is in letting them get going. Not where they got. But. Yeah, I mean, you're number one you're going to get everyone's best shot. I think Barnes for the best. That's the that's the bed. They've made for themselves. And now they're going to have to get used to it. Because I'd say Bobby hugging or Huggins. There must Virginia. They're gonna do the same thing. They're gonna come in there and play physical and they're going to get immigration. And then they go to Carolina next week. And it's the same thing. So yeah, I mean, they're going to have to get used to this. This is there like West Virginia coming off a big win. Well, let me ask you about grant Williams, and I realized the people around the very familiar with them especially after his season a year ago. But there was people around the country who are going like what in the world is going on here. Give us the backstory on grant. And and just what makes him tick because that was an amazing performance. It was Paul and he's been, you know, maybe not to that level. But he's been playing sorta life that in the past two seasons. And he's the guy who came North Carolina Charlotte and a lot of people kind of thought he was a Twitter. Prospect. You know, none of the none of the North Carolina. Power wanted him Kentucky Kansas those programs. They they never sniffed him. And he was gonna go to the league. He was he's a really smart kid as mom works at NASA. You know, the kids speaks three languages play seven years ago instruments. He was a nationally ranked chess player when he was young. He's just a really kinda renaissance kid, and he does a lot of things. But people thought he may not have the the body may not have the size and athleticism to play at the highest levels. But he's turned all that wrong because red barn saw as a prospect and saw him make one spinning moving dunk in a game and said, wait that gives the great athlete, and he started pursuing him or and Tennessee convinced him to not go to Harvard or Yale Princeton or any of those and he came to Tennessee, and he's kind of blossomed he's an elite athlete for that size. He's really quick. He's really smart, and he's tough. And he's the guy who's got a great offense of game to me. He starting to look a little bit like quotas. Williamson, you know, people every time you see a slightly undersized power forward. Maketplace SEC people always go Barkley Barkley. He's the next Barclay. Not don't think he's not at all. I think he's more of the corals Williamson. And I think he's a guy who is gonna keep producing this level. So it comes out of providence day in Charlotte, which is produced athletes in the past. And you know, he's he's literally down the road from the mecca of college basketball either side of the street, you wanna go whether it's Chapel Hill or Durham did any of those schools. I know you said they didn't really pay any attention. Did they did they have minimal interest or just no interest? Very little interest. I think is a good way to put Paul they. And I think Jay Bill will be able to tell you to 'cause he's lives in that area and really involved with basketball and that area, and he knew grant pretty well..

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"jay bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I think it's something that needs to be on everyone's radar, but I wouldn't call it a concern. Just yet, you know, the the fact is this team last season was elite defensively and and pretty good offensively right now this season with the same group of guys basically they've been elite ostensibly, I think second nationally offense efficiency, but they just been kinda. Okay. Top thirtyish defensively. And it's the same group guys. And you saw the Alabama game Vanderbilt game when they needed to get stops late. They went back and kind of channel that form from last season and they made the plays. But where is that during during the game itself? So yeah, I mean, I think that's part of it. But also, I think Tennessee in the second half of that game. I don't think the defense was terrible. I think the defense was terrible for parts of the first half lead. Vandy get in the game and get rhythm. And then once that happened, and you started making crazy shots and all kinds of great place. So I think the fault is in letting them get going. Not where they got. But. Yeah, I mean, you're number one you're going to get everyone's best shot. I think Barnes for the best. That's the that's the bed. They've made for themselves. And now they're going to have to get used to because I'd say Bobby hugging or Huggins must Virginia. They're going to do the same thing. They're gonna come in there and play physical and they're going to get immigration. And then they go to Carolina next week. And it's the same thing. So yeah, I mean, they're going to have to get used to this. This is there like West Virginia coming off a big win. Let me ask you about grant Williams. And I realized the people around the SEC very familiar with them especially after his season a year ago. But there was the people around the country who are going like what in the world is going on here. Give us the backstory on grant. And and and just what makes him tick because that was an amazing performance. It was Paul and he's been, you know, maybe not to that level. But he's been playing sorta like that for the past two seasons. And he's the guy who came North Carolina Charlotte and a lot of people kind of thought he was a Twitter. Prospects. You know, none of the none of the North Carolina. Power. Wanted him Kentucky Kansas the those programs. They never sniffed him. And he was gonna go to the Ivy league. He was he's a really smart kid. Mom works at NASA. You know, the kids speaks three languages play seven years ago instruments. He was a nationally ranked chess player when he was young. He's just a really kinda renaissance kid, and he does a lot of things. But people thought he may not have the the body may not have the size and that losses to play at the highest levels. But he's proved all that wrong because red barn saw him as a prospect and saw him make one spinning moving a dunk in a game and said, wait that is a great athlete, and he started pursuing him or and Tennessee convinced him to not go to Harvard or Yale Princeton or any of those and he came to Tennessee, and he's kind of blossomed he's an elite athlete for that size. He's really quick. He's really smart, and he's tough. And he's the guy who's got a great offense of game to me. He started to look a little bit like quotas. Williamson, you know, people every time you see a slightly undersized power for making plays in the SEC. People always go Barkley Barkley. He's the next Barkley now. I don't think he's not at all. I think he's more of the corals Williamson. And I think he's the guy who is going to keep producing this level. So it comes out of providence day in Charlotte, which is produced athletes in the past. And you know, he's he's literally down the road from the mecca of college basketball either side of the street you wanted to go whether it's Chapel Hill or durum did any of those schools. I know you said they didn't really pay any attention. Did they did they have minimal interest or just no interest? Very little interest. I think is a good way to put up all they I think Jay Bill will be able to tell you too because he's lives in that area and really involved with basketball in that area. And he knew grant pretty well..

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"jay bill" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"He tweeted something the other day of like people watch documentary and think they know everything in one of the documentaries. He essentially says this isn't fraud it was false advertising. And it was fraud fact, and you also think when you have a celebrity, and I don't know, I guess we consider Jarrell celebrity attached to things like this. They're not involved. They're just a name the reality was he was making multiple trips to the Bahamas. He's looking at the venues himself. He's helping book the models. He's helping put this together. And the fact that he's in the post meetings about how it didn't work. You really see how involved he was that was that was the biggest surprise to me. It's an easy watch too. Because you don't feel too bad for the people that got screwed over because it's all these rich uppity kids that had the money to go and the time to go and. All these influencers on Instagram. The only people you really end up feeling bad for our like the people in the Bahamas. Yes, it didn't get paid for any of their work etcetera etcetera. But it's it's it's almost like I I remember following the story as it happened. And it didn't bother me as much because the people that we're getting screwed over these very it was like the wealthy kids were stuck on an island in the Bahamas didn't have their private jet to fly them home. Yeah. It was Lord of the flies for Instagram generation ESO is fund of watching far. But you it is remarkable that nobody stopped at along. The you're just waiting for win somebody gonna pull the plug on this. But Lord of the flies character piggy toughen, their the favorite. Congratulations by best picture. Best director best screenplay best. Actress to bring actresses unbelievable lady with the nominations that Romo. Yeah. Now, I'm very excited about it. I I'm not so sure I would give it best picture. I'm still feeling say Dan tweeted that he did. I mean, obviously, I get a Levy Coleman best actress. But it's I'm. I'm still undecided there. I I need to go back. And really think about what I saw. I finally green book. Oh boy. I mean, it is made. It's it's a good watch. I liked it lot more than I thought. I would allot more than I wanted to like it. But it is such a clean full circle. Happy. Go lucky campy feel that. And of course, reading now of the back story, that's hours at a little bit for me. So I can't fully hop on board by yet. But it was I mean, it was really good watch till wins. Best picture. I don't I don't think I'd be disappointed that I think I was having this conversation with my mom recently about the whole family went to the shape of water last year. And I'm thinking, okay. This is going to be best picture, but you can't tell me that shape. A water is for everyone. I mean that that is exactly. And so in that won best picture, you know, there are people that that's feel excluded and go look the Oscars for me. These aren't my type of movies green book, I can get behind something. That's really hard to hate. You know, I it's really inclusive. Yes. Seven hundred members the academy and the option a better job of getting more women more. Minorities. But that you're right. That is very much an old school academy audience. Like, Jay Bilas. That's the best movie. I've seen in years. Yeah. I could see Jay Bill saying that Trey wingo. Loved it, Dan, Shulman loved it. I'm like white men in their fifties. That awesome. Yeah. AARP crowd note. No question question right up in the air clarify. Thank you. Thank you. He's just an average man with an average light. And he's reviews dictate that right up. My alley foremost flaming train, Dan stanza kids. I thought it was a little little much every man, but a bit of an absence here in every minute. What are you coming in hot with? I one of the first one of the new year. I love how earlier in this pod. We're like we're never going over an hour again. This is definitely going to be over an hour just further. Okay. From now while pretending after this one will hold today ended up tighten it up. Yeah. Going forward the world will break your heart ten ways to Sunday. That's guaranteed. I can't begin to explain that..

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"jay bill" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:46 min | 3 years ago

"jay bill" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Welcome. Hawaii news go to Arizona. The way the LA beautiful basket ball. I would love it basket both. Hey. So I mean, I'm not saying you'd have to like openly root for him. But he was on Arizona's half. Half. Upi soon. Do it. Do it. Do it. During the tournament. You're watching your like come on, bro. Now, what would against them? But I'm not going to root for I couldn't couldn't do it. He'll be there for a year. And then I can go back to to for the program after that. But that way that a chance, but you make me vomit in my mouth and then out of my mouth and then everywhere else if I saw lavar ball obey. Dad? That'd be. It'd be loud. Oh, yeah. He'd overshadow the whole program. Lou watching the game. I'd be like. Aw, Linda, Blair, all over that wouldn't be worth it. Every one of those things where it's like, I don't care how much you help us win. And I don't even know if he would, but assuming he would I there's no way taking pictures with woman Wilbur lavar middle exit Disneyland. Arizona's shirt out great with that. You of a dad, you're one. Yeah. That would probably come out with big ball of rank gear in Arizona colors. Would be so disgusting. It'd be sweet I would know now. No. Kerwood this on the St. with this on the furrowed do whereas draft lamelo, we'll remember when it was the middle on that stinks. Liangelo liangelo, and he went and he worked out with the wars. Remember that everybody made a deal they were gonna draft him. It was like no this team is the last thing that dude. These. I'd get out by this team has any somewhere. Now, we're working for Louis Vuitton all very nice, very nice is he is he playing anywhere in Europe or something maybe whatever that Lithuania back over there. They aided those guys kids. I mentioned that doklam has a new quarterback like this. If I'm a quarterback, and I'm looking to transfer, and I didn't know they I guess this transfer portal is a new thing. So when the guy the turtle portal. The full video game or something Puerto which was a good video game. Yeah. But they show every kid is looking to go somewhere. So it's it's all public knowledge is obviously Jalen hurts sucked. It up obviously came back as the comeback against George and everything. So he does help them at some point. But he's a graduate student. So he can play right away. Smartest move ever. Baker Mayfield Heisman yet Tyler Murray Heisman both those guys transferred. Oklahoma Jalen hurts is transferred. Oklahoma. That's where I would go under their great coach it's gonna it's gonna help you. But my issue would be I thought that they went to tag of a low of because hurts couldn't throw, and you gotta be able to throw if you're going to Oklahoma could Heathrow well enough to succeed there. Well, that's a good question. But tell you what that's where I'd wanna go far as a quarterback is one Heisman Baker Mayfield. Yeah. And it just. I don't know. I don't think he's Murray or Mayfield. But boy Lincoln Riley is working magic. With those guys. They're getting it done. I'm trying to find the I just saw this today and. That that's it. So Jalen hurts who has graduated from Tuscaloosa transferred from Alabama to Oklahoma, Oklahoma, happy to accept hurts into the fold. But Austin KENDALL, who's graduated from Oklahoma wanted to transfer to West Virginia, and they said, no. And they did they finally let them go. Now. Now that hurts his in it, it took them a minute. But I just read I think Jay Bilas. Week in the conference. They finally let him go to happen in the last few hours. Let me check Jay Bill. I think Jay Bilas retweeted something, I was like, are you kidding me? You're gonna take a guy just gonna take a guy you're gonna keep you're gonna tell guy worry can transfer to is not good enough to play for you. Why do you care where he plays? Why do you care where he plays the other thing too? And I know this is. They did it. They should have done it before. Yeah. Austin kindle. Yeah. Is right here. Oklahoma grant transfer the waiver to be immediately eligible at West Virginia. Yeah. Because it was the exact situation. Like, I said he was a graduate of light to give them the benefit of the doubt here. But would they have let him do it? If hurts no sign absolutely not. No. Of course, they wouldn't have no way. So the other thing is is these coaches like what happened in was it? Manny Diaz the guy who was temple and say these guys should be eligible right away. If they're not happy. What are they out a year? You know, I get it. There's going to be tampering. You know, what I always look at this in any relationship, if you're taking care of your business, a kid isn't gonna wanna transfer if he doesn't want to transfer because he got beat out. Let's go somewhere else and play. I don't understand that whole thing. It's dirty and their teams are going to pilfer, and they're never gonna stop recruiting a kid that's a backup. But you know, what he should have the ability to be happy. We can all leave jobs move on. We can and the NC double A, the coaches can go anywhere they want as long as they're paid back. Whatever you can come up with some system, you're gonna pay for a kid you want to buy out a scholarship. I don't know what the, you know. Ramifications or the Xs and os, or whatever you wanna call it. But let a kid let a go and wants to go. I got a happy absolutely sit out a year. That's a lot of people out there. They're blaming Manny Diaz for going from Tampa to Miami. That was many no Mark Rick was retire. And all of a sudden, you're thinking, well, that's where I wanted to be in the first place job I want. It's my dream job. It may never open up again. Another take it. I'm sorry. I feel bad love you'd love you temple go else. But I I'm going back to Miami. That's where I wanna be. It's a better program. And I had no idea it was going to open up, and then people ripping cliff Kingsbury. Hey, if you wanted to keep them, they should have put a million dollars buyout in the contract, at least a million dollars for the first year. Then lowered five hundred three hundred whatever you wanna do. But a but fifties kings varies like would you take checks, right? One for you. Fifty. I mean, are you kidding or USC doing these the half a mil if not a mill the first year like if we sign you we're keeping you the first year you're going to be here. A buck fifty may have been like at twenty dollars Bill here by it's twenty. Okay, kid here. It is good. Take visa run this through we should be solid down. But I don't blame people for for doing what they want for themselves. I mean, they even if we all have the ability sit out and not play. If you think it's best for yourself. Whatever I may not agree with all of it. But. And you're right. And I've I've said this forever. Coach can do a player should be able to do it stopped holding them hostage. And if he can't play for you cares. We plays for I don't care if you're Oklahoma. And he wants to go to Oklahoma state. If you think he's that good and keep him play him. But these guys don't you? But I'm not gonna let you go here. Those coaches drive me nuts. Absolutely nuts. All right. Check sound. It's always good. We'll play that coming up next. Steve Young is gonna join us at five only here on the sports center. So no, so. Tolbert..

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