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"Sports The top stories we're following for you today on WTO P it is going to be a scorcher We could see temps breaking records today all the way to the mid 90s We'll feel even hotter The first U.S. Military flights of baby formula are also arriving this weekend The formula is coming from Germany and will land in Indianapolis It's part of operation fly formula which was authorized by President Biden to address a nationwide formula shortage Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes Some troubled students have gotten their schooling back on track Thanks to one initiative The truancy prevention program in Montgomery county links students who've been missing days sometimes weeks of school at a time with volunteer tutors 12 year old jaylin parada 6th grader at Mario loiter men middle school in Silver Spring was one of the graduates of the program her least favorite subject in school English With the help of the tutors she's been able to catch up and focus on her future Does she like English now Yeah I like it kind of more than I used to And she's enjoying being back in school Kate Ryan WTO P news coming up in money news D.C. is not as transient as you might think I'm Jeff claypool 1248 Doctor Robin the WTO traffic.
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"Initiative in ward 8 about 5 blocks down MLK junior avenue will be blocked off from good hope road to Morris road A lot of the businesses near and along the route will also be hosting activities to get there the city recommends ditching your car and taking public transportation Similar open streets are planned for all the other wards in the city including a larger one on June 4th along 7th street northwest Shayna still in WTO P news Some troubled students have gotten their schooling back on track thanks to one initiative The truancy prevention program in Montgomery county links students who've been missing days sometimes weeks of school at a time with volunteer tutors 12 year old jaylin parada 6th grader at Mario loiter men middle school in Silver Spring was one of the graduates of the program her least favorite subject in school English With the help of the tutors she's been able to catch up and focus on her future Does she like English now Yeah I like it kind of more than I used to And she's enjoying being back in school Kate Ryan WTO news A couple is claiming a private school in Hagerstown denied their 11 year old son admission due to concerns over their family's lifestyle Jennifer dayne and Megan Stratton believed their son brayden was set to attend grace academy next fall until they asked a school administrator How is braiding going to be treated Will he be treated fairly Because we're a same sex family And his response after that I believe is when it started to go Sal He said.
"jaylin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I think there'll be a number one seed. So I mean, it's self explanatory if they lose early in this tournament. What they need to be is they don't need to drop not to talk to inside baseball. But they need to be either the 5th or 6th seed or otherwise they run the risk of catching Gonzaga or maybe somebody else in the suite 16 or the elite a, which could be which could be dangerous. Probably the elite 8. I think other than that, they have a really good chance, assuming they're healthy. Especially if they can hit the three pointers as they did against South Carolina Saturday. Well, that's always, that's always a mystery. The NCA tournament, the pressure is different. And what you could hit on a Saturday afternoon in February is not always the same as what happens in March or early April. Thank you very much for the call. Robert is an Arkansas. Robert, you are on the air. Hello. Robert, how old are you? I'm 12. We have a thing for 12 year olds. Robert, great to hear from you. It's the same 12 year old. Oh, okay. I probably have asked that question to Robert 15 times. So the reason for that is Robert, we want everybody to think we have like a million, 12 year olds, and you're the only one. So Texas a and M, we've beat Alabama at Alabama, and we D Arkansas, and we beat Florida. So what do we have to do in the SEC tournament to make the NCAA tournament? Robert, it begins Thursday. Let me not try to hyperbolized, but I will. You have to be Florida first, you know that. And because the loser of that game is finished, the winner is breathing. Not well, but they are breathing. So is auburn the next game? Yes. I think it's as simple as you beat Florida and you beat auburn and you have a realistic chance depending on everything else. You take Robert, we'll continue this conversation, and one day I'm going to ask you, how old you are, and you're going to tell me I'm 13. We are done for this afternoon. See you tomorrow. Hey, this is Charlie Arnold, who, along with Elle Duncan and Kimberly a Martin host first take her take available wherever you get your podcasts. So here's our take on the winter games as a part of the moments that matter series presented by super cuts. The smarter, easier way to get a haircut. It is not just any haircut. It's super cuts. First take her take. It's so funny when we talk about age. And it's almost like, you know, when as women when you're pregnant and it's like, if you're 35 or older, it's like a geriatric. The whole language around age obviously with the Olympics, it's pretty neat. As somebody who is just removed from her 30s, it's very cool to see these old ladies getting it done to your point. Their whole ramp up is very specific to when they're supposed to be peaking and when their body is supposed to be peaking. It's just akin to like when you're training for a marathon. I hear. God knows I would never run one of those. I can't even run to the end of the driveway and back without being out of breath. You know what? I would want to do that. Would you answer marathon? If I could, if I can 6 years, if I could like tackle something like that. You don't need 6 years for that. You need a year. You need to train my body set up and the way my stamina is set up girl. Yes, I zoom needs 6 years to run around the entire New York City region. Yes, I do. I think it's incredible. There's some people, they're professional marathoners, and they just run marathon after marathon. After marathon, and it is unbelievable and something I would never in my life want to do, but props. Oh, no, I would be the LA rams of marathon running. I would push all my chips down to the middle of the table. This is the year I'm running marathon, and then I would never do it..
"jaylin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Really, really opened the door for so many people. He made her man famous. You have a couple of calls in all time when it was owned in Tennessee and, you know, you know what the thing I like about max is unlike other talk show hosts who spread their wings. It wasn't about him. It wasn't about him pontificating. It was about there. It was about what we do here. At 20, they started what you got now, and he commanded better time, but store tell you a funny one about. I could pass the NII to play the national championship game in Savannah, the NAI national championship game. Well, that's the birthplace of John barnhill of the Arkansas ten state football coaching legacy of Tennessee coach invited the university of Memphis too. But they allowed me to get a drive together, and I got famous coach, everybody in the country. That was easy getting it done. I would be with John Barney effective. But when I went to the paper of the woman had the Chamber of Commerce in siobhan, the first baker I got to come was Johnny micro. She said, who is that? You don't need to form a high school championship. He was. Right. And then I wouldn't think that. And some people did not focus on football. They got everybody going in their lap. I don't know how, but I'm not one of the places I ever heard. She didn't have a clue who he was. When he come up, I had to introduce her to him because she didn't even know who, you know, when he come up, she didn't even know who he was. And you know, and they wanted the biggest legacies it's ever played football anywhere, especially in tennis. See him and his brother, Bobby. Sure. And then the one that I used to weigh in the train, right? Neil. I'm good friends with Bobby. He's a wonderful man, but I just don't have fun. That should come up. Yeah, yeah. But it really is amazing. And thank you for the call. I mean, we live in a little bit of a bubble, but I spent, you know, before COVID, I spent most of the week up in New York. And it's remarkable how little the rest of the world knows or cares about what we love and believe. And you know what? That's fine. We don't need anybody else bothering us about what we do. By the way, the big story in football today is Calvin Ridley, the wide receiver for the falcons played at Alabama, of course. He was suspended for gambling on football and he has tweeted that he bet $1500 on the falcons and a lot of people are raining down on Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner on the hypocrisy of this considering that the NFL has literally gotten in bed with every major sports betting online company in the world. I realize there is a distinction, but sometimes it gets lost in the translation. We are taking a break back with much, much more. Thank you for listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast, the Paul finebaum show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern. Back, final few minutes of the program on a Monday afternoon, early Monday night, Jack is in Nashville. Hey Jack. What do you say, Paul? Hey, I was just really gratified to hear, but here old legend on the air again. I hadn't heard even in a while and I was frightened maybe committed suicide. After the national championship game, but hey, is there anything more boring than regular season NBA basketball? I mean, come on. Those guys, they just half assed play, play the game, and regular season Major League Baseball. Well, you've got a point. I'll disagree with my own point. At least Jack, when you go to a baseball game, you can relax, have a hot dog, normally the weather is beautiful, where it at NBA basketball game, you're in a stuffy arena. Well, and I'll tell you something else. Constantly dwelling on the rise and fall of LeBron James and the new year and that a certain network on Sunday morning, I won't mention the name of it. And the lead story was the Lakers beating the warriors over the greatest coach or one of the greatest coaches of all time final home game at duke. Now that Lakers warriors game, you know, really is going to resonate for 15 minutes. Now that's the only thing that I work for, but that's their prerogative. Well, I was really, I'll just so amazed watching one Sunday evening and this network, which we're discussing, that all the heavy hitters on there, they had will bond. They had the head of greeny, they had everybody on their touting this regular season NBA games, and man, they must really be hard up for something to cover. Well, it is a fact that the NDA and that network, which we won't mention, have quite a relationship. And so they will, I mean, I kid you not. I remember I used to go up to ESPN every Sunday morning during football season. It was in October. LeBron's first year, I'm sitting there, it's a SportsCenter desk with Matt berry and Elle Duncan. And I was waiting to go on. It was a big NFL. It was a big college football weekend, but Paul found but I'm here to talk about the big upsets in college football, but first, LeBron's first preseason game with the Lakers. A preseason game in October. They don't get to show up in Connecticut, do they? No. The one we're doing right now. My luck, the president. You know what? You know what? Turn that up, see what they're saying down there. But you know what, the three point game has ruined the NBA. I mean, it's ruined it. You know, these guys are the regular season. They load down the court. They Jack it up from half from half court, and they get their I mean, Jack on there. And while he was in active player, I was playing golf with Charles Barkley one day. And I said to him, it was in April. The playoffs had not started yet. I said, what's the difference between the regular season and this was the year I think the sons were in the made it to the finals. I said, what's the difference between the regular season and the playoffs? He said, night and days. We don't care about the regular season. We don't even play. He said, you know, we establish some superiority and then we just basically lo far away through the regular season until we get to the playoffs. The playoffs are exciting. I will tell you that. Robert is up next. Hello, Robert. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. What are you thinking, coach pearl and the auburn tigers chances are getting into the final tour this year? Pretty good. I think a lot's going to depend on their seed, which will be determined this weekend. Should they win the tournament?.
"jaylin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Let's check in with Joe, who is in Houston, Joe, good afternoon. Hello, Paul. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. I was curious, follow your thoughts on sankey and the SEC, I seem to be reading and hearing a lot of criticism that they got for bringing in Oklahoma and Texas and I just, I just don't understand it seemed like any conference if they had the opportunity with future expansion on the horizon would have jumped at the opportunity to bring in two schools with the money and facilities. What are your thoughts on all this criticism? And think about this back to the CFP conversation where people blamed the commissioner even though he was one of four people on that committee for taking his eye off that while he was getting Texas and Oklahoma ready even though the work was already done. What if Craig sanke had told Texas and Oklahoma we're sorry we don't need you right now so maybe give us a call some other time and they ended up in the Big Ten. And can you imagine? Yeah. And they weren't staying. They were leaving. So they were either going to the PAC 12, the Big Ten or the ACC. Yeah, I mean, to me, it was a no brainer. I mean, you got to jump on it. But I mean, you have to, you know, every person in business or in world, sometimes has to make that type of very difficult decision, although I don't think this was very, really, very difficult. He took a little heat early on, especially from a and M that calmed down. He nuanced and massaged those egos. And it's one of the, you know, he's not getting credit for it anymore because it's on hold until they can extract themselves from the big 12, but the moments those two officially start playing in this league, it is going to be a seismic sea change. Yeah. I agree with you. Okay. Well, I appreciate that. Thank you. Yeah. I think every time we talk about it, people just say, oh, taking up Greg sankey's side. No, we're telling the truth. And. Maybe the Big Ten would have preferred one over the other, but they would have taken both. You don't think the ACC considering its football woes, they had Pittsburgh and wake forest in its championship game this year. You don't think they would have grabbed Texas. I mean, Texas by itself is one of the most significant changes in college football history. Oklahoma is good. I'm not diminishing them, but the University of Texas proper going anywhere is a significant moment. Anyway, thanks for the call. Stating the obvious there. Bud is in Tennessee. Hello. How are you doing today? But we are doing great. Do you want to have a friend with Mike's house? I called you remember that's been, I guess. You know, what's going on with max these days? He's hanging out like new faces. Most of the time he does a couple college jobs, but he doesn't think that it is. So those who don't know, and we got to get max invented talk radio in terms of what we're doing here. He took a local show and expanded it into a syndicated program and.
"jaylin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"For you. I look forward to thank you, Paul. Thank you very much. A lot of great basketball conversation. And let's check in next. With Kirby, Kirby smart calling us coach, how are you? Oh, it's not that correct. Are you asking? Yeah, I thought you were, I thought this was Kirby smart. I looked down. I just assumed Kirby smart was calling in. Curly from Tennessee. Oh, okay. Well, you're not Kirby. Obviously not Kirby smart. Shame on me. I'm a frequent watcher on the first time caller. Well, thank you very much. And enjoy your show. Some time ago, you would in Georgia was high on the call in list about their football team, I was listening and they referred some of them referred back to layer Munson. And I have been a layer of Munson plan for many, many moons, and I'm from Tennessee, and I currently see you already. Okay, we got everything wrong. Well, I was here in Nashville when Larry Munson came from Minnesota, the Nashville to do the national vile baseball games. Right. And interestingly enough, he did the away games, but what they call Western Union recreation, which was basically getting the statistics from Western Union and taking a pencil and Tapping the microphone when someone when they got a hit on a three and two pitch or whatever. It was great and he did the nice revolves and then he started to Vanderbilt and he did high school basketball. And I happened to have a CD of a high school basketball game that he did in a Tennessee state tournament in 1951 between hillsborough high school of Nashville and Elizabeth and east Tennessee. And Paul, there's no excitement greater in layer months doing a basketball game before TV. That's amazing. You didn't, you didn't know where the players were, but when Larry Munson called the game, you knew where every shot was taken from what location on the floor, who made it, who was a defender. You knew everything about the game. And he went on to he was the national law of the part of the southern association which was the Birmingham barons and mobile bears, Little Rock travelers and Memphis chicks and Chad nigga look how some smokies and Atlanta peaches and but then he left here to go to do when the braves moved to Atlanta. He was the number two man for the braves and I don't think he got along with the number one man there. First place he had never been an honor to man. But then he went to George job came open and he took it and motivated us for his life. But he was absolutely the best all around and outside I've ever heard. Curly, I completely whip against a breakout. Thank you for your call. I agree with you. I'll say it. Until nobody is left listening, but he's the best play by play announcer I've ever heard. The most exciting and the most enjoyable. We are up against.
"jaylin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"App to get started. Well, I can get back to you, but go ahead and go to work on the ten top all time basketball coaches and I'll call you back during the final four somewhere in there. And we're just going to talk to you. Okay. Take care. That is a great show. I can not tell you how many times I've come home. And my wife was like, how was your show? I said, unbelievable. We had so and so on, she goes, who's that? So now the answer is always the same. How is the show? Great. Anything happened, boring. I mean, we could have, we could have a we could have all the living presidents on together. And I wouldn't tell her. Or some of the living presidents who were dead. Anyway, Michael is up next in North Carolina. Hello, Michael. Hey, Paul. I wanted to respond to legend. Last week, he called in and he gave the Georgia fans as he put it in erection of his middle finger. Right. And I, you know, tried to maintain decorum and be polite and complement Alabama over the years. God knows they deserve it. But I was at a party this weekend. And I spoke to a psychiatrist and she said, so you're telling me that he's adopted the name legend. You're telling me that he regularly uses profanity. You're telling me that he describes things as we and us when he's talking about his personal affiliation with the Alabama football team and you're telling me that he regularly denigrates other callers. And I said, yes, ma'am, all that's true and she said, well, I can tell you his problem, but I don't want to. So I'll give you a hint. And I said, well, what is the hit, she said, well, it's anatomical, but it's not about lack of performance or size of his middle finger. Thank you, Paul. Thank you. I feel like we're listening to a commercials for those enhancement, never mind. Wow. Legend being psychoanalyzed by a shrink now, my question to the audience is this. Who you got in that one? Legend or the shrink. Legend? Me too. Brayden is up next in Iowa. Hello, Braden. Hi. Hey there, Braden. Good afternoon. I want to talk to you about the Calvin Ridley situation. Yes. Former Alabama player. Being suspended for all of next year for what he alleges is betting $1500 for the falcons to win in three separate weeks. According to reports, he bet he used his phone while he was not playing. He was out for a couple of days and he was in Florida and he used it to bet a parlay on an online service. Yes. Do you think his punishment is fair? Or do you think he should be punished more so? Or do you think they should have been more wisdom? Here's the problem with answering your question. All I know is what you've told me, if that is all there is to it, I don't think it's fair at all. I think it's extremely hypocritical of the NFL, which is in bed with every online betting service in the world to come down with this penalty. I understand you can not endanger the integrity of the game. I mean, we went through that for 5 years or ten years with Pete Rose and baseball, but things were different then. The Major League Baseball was not making billions off of betting services at that time. I totally agree. Yeah. Thank you. I'd like to know more. It's something that becomes more difficult for the commissioner of the NFL to preach about considering how things have changed. It's like the NCAA coming down on a football player or a basketball player for accepting money in IL. You've heard countless people on this program from Jimbo Fisher to Seth Greenberg an hour ago saying, what they're doing now, it's just legal now when it wasn't legal until July. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it. Let's continue with Jimmy, who is up next. Hey, Jimmy. Hey, Paul. It's been a long time and talked to you since last basketball season. Well, it's great to have you back. It is great to be back. Your gal won't the ten top coaches got me thinking and I was thinking about my ex boss and here in Birmingham and George Barton, when I knew that that was, he was in my top 5, a course, but I was going to just, it made me think to give you a call. Yeah, I think about him all the time. I know you do. We're talking about gene bartow who I was telling him Memphis story the other day. To someone about growing up and he was the coach at the Memphis team before he went to UCLA before UAB. I think he is one of the great coaches. And I think he's, I would say he may be the greatest coach to not get the recognition that he's deserving, but people don't realize. Yeah, they really don't. At UAB, probably had what he did at UAB was more impressive than maybe what he did at UCLA or Memphis. His first 5 or 6 years at UAB. I mean, he had them in the sweet 16 and the elite 8. Big Kentucky Indiana and lost a Lua where we were national champions later. And on top of that, beat the number one team in the country in the sweet 16 against Virginia with Ralph Sampson. Exactly exactly. But getting excited about this March Madness, my son, as you know, is at LSU. I hope I run into tournament. How's he doing down there? They're doing great. They're excited about the tournament. They had a big win over Alabama that last one, and that's been a nemesis to them lately. I would say there's some heated blood between those programs and those kids. That's right. But I am excited about it. They're excited about it. And I know you are. And I hope and get the opportunity to speak to you there in Tampa. We will be down there for three days. Wednesday Thursday and Friday and.
"jaylin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Me welcome you back. It is great to have all of you here. Let's go to pat next on the program. Good afternoon, pat. Hey Paul, I just wanted to say that I heard Jim's call. I think people should give him the benefit of about this time. I said, I thought it was a great call. I also want to say, or eagle, good luck to my taggers, legendary gift to say that I'm going to say pad out. How about that? Fred is up next. Fred, how are you doing? Hey, Paul, this is Hollywood, Fred and Memphis. You notice I changed my name. I thought you might be able to take care of that for me, but we've talked a few times. I thought this would be appropriate time to talk about basketball and legend since we're celebrating coach K sure. I'm going to give you the salmon. The assignment would be named me the ten best college coaches in the history of college basketball. I'll give you a little time on that. I'll call you back when the final four is going on. But in the meantime, on celebrities, top two would be, I'd have to think about it beyond that, but I would go with John Wooden and Michael chesky. You got it. You got to name the other 8. Yeah, no, I mean, I know I do, but I'm starting right there. So the next four or 5 are going to be a challenge, but I'll have to think about eras and I think I'm going to give you a little time. But you were talking a little bit earlier about coming in contact with some celebrities, sports figures and things of that nature. Sometime ago, my wife, who was a good guy, first used single handicapper and I'm a pretty fair guy for even though I'm 86 now, but I don't know if you heard of a course down in Mississippi, I'll waverly. Oh my goodness. No, isn't that the Bryan family developed that course? George Brian, George Brown family developed it and they had the 1999 LPGA U.S. open there. And it was won by Julie angster and so one day my wife and I were down there playing and they had a little adding. They said, hey, if you catch up to the adding play through and then go ahead. So we did. They let us play through and look behind us and there was a single saving back there in the golf cart. And I waved for him to come on up and he did and he said, hi, I'm Jackie sherrill. And I thought I recognized you, coach. He said, well, it was in the summertime. It was in July, and he said, well, I'm trying to get some golf man because football is right around the corner. So I said, well, come on and join us. He said, no, no, I said, no, come on, join us. My wife and I enjoy having you. So I'll go back and get in the golf cart. She said, who is he? And I said, well, that's Jack a share. And she said, well, who is he? And I said, well, he's a pretty well known foot. He's pretty well known football. Not my wife. And so she said, well, I never heard of him. So we're going around and we're coming into 18 and they had just finished their new Clubhouse. And my wife said, the next time we come down, I'm going to bring my camera so and get some pictures out of 18 fairway to the clip as beautiful view and so we're standing in the middle of the fairway rated hit our second shots and she gets out of camera and coach Cheryl, he thought she was going to take some pictures. And she asked gives you the excuse me, I'm trying to get a picture of the club. That is funny. Wait, wait, I'm not finished yet. So we go on in and tell some of the employees about what happened. She said, oh boy, she just crushed his ego. She said, well, I didn't know who he was. And she said, you know, I'm sorry, but I just didn't know who he was. Well, about a month later, my wife goes back down there to play in an invitational golf tournament for the ladies. Guess who is master of ceremonies? Jackie sherrill. And so we go around the table and they're introducing themselves and he said, oh yeah, I've already met miss Bett. That is funny. We could do all this..
"jaylin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"So I try not to look at it and worry about it during the season. I try to stay locked in, but of course it's a big thing and people are talking about us playing. People were talking about the charges I take and but I try to stay locked in with what's going on during the season. I realize that, but it's hard to ignore though. I mean, we're all human. When somebody is talking about us, we may not tell anyone we're paying attention, but most of us are. Yeah, for sure, but you also got to think that those people that are talking are probably sitting at home on their couch while we're in there, we're in the gym, the extra hours where with coach, seeing who's going to do what on the court or building trust with our teammates. So we know stuff that's behind the doors. We know what goes on in the gym before the game and we believe in each other. So we just kind of just try to ignore it. What are the conversations like, though, because people of the previous generations didn't have to deal with this? They didn't have the ability to hear it or they may have heard it from the stands, but they weren't able to look at their phone and see it. What type of discipline for you and really every young person who's involved in athletics at any sport to take a deep breath and not react? I feel like it's a big thing just to try to keep your mental strength. Your mental and how you are playing. That's one of the biggest things we're playing basketball and being able to control your reaction to what's going on outside of what you can control is one of the biggest things. So just being able to stay solid through what's going on with what you can control is one of the biggest things for sure. Joe and you mentioned the NIL and those of us who went to college in areas where it was a big deal if a player got a T-shirt and maybe a free meal. What's it like to be in this area? It just started a couple of months ago and you're experiencing it in real time among the first group of well-known players who are able to take advantage of it. Yeah, it's great of course being able to get some money off of what I do, what I love to do. And off the brand that I built myself just the brand that I've or how people see me is great, but I'm still playing basketball. That's my main focus, but it's also great to have that on the side, of course. Do you guys talk about it? And I'm not trying to dissuade dissuade you from focusing on everyone knows how great this team has played, but it also, I mean, you're young guy, you're a young guy who suddenly able to do something that no one else has ever been able to do at least not legally. Yeah, of course, we talk about it in locker room. We talk about it, of course, I'll talk to my family about it. We have small talks like that. And of course, it's a big thing to do. You got to make sure you're doing the right thing, but like I said, basketball is, it doesn't come, it doesn't come to you if you're not doing good on the court. So the court what's happening on the basketball court is always the main thing. Well, let's end on the basketball court, so nobody behind the scenes where you are gets nervous about what we're talking about. You know what this team is capable of. It has been on an incredible hot streak, has had narrow losses on the road, winning consistently against the best in the SEC at home, what's the steam capable of doing in March? I feel like I feel like we have, we can do anything we put our mind to, I feel like we're just scraping the surface. There's a lot of things that we can fix. There's a lot of guys that every night somebody can play better. No matter if you score, however many points you can play better somewhere and I feel like we're just scraping the surface saying we're still getting better as a team. We want to get better every single game and like must have been saying this whole year, the game that we're playing is the biggest game of the year. So we play that game and we try to learn from it. We try to get better. We try to fix things that we might have messed up. So I feel like as long as we continue to get better every single game, we can we can do as much as we put our minds. Well, you've done a great job and so many people in the state of Arkansas and around the country have been so impressed and proud of your accomplishments and your teammates. Jim, thank you so much for dropping by. We will see you in Tampa and we hope we can do this again. Yes, sir. Thank you. What an outstanding young man. Jalen Williams, joining us from Fayetteville as the razorbacks don't play until Friday in the SEC tournament. We'll take a break. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Let.
"jaylin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Of college football lives here. This is the Paul fine bomb show, our Ford podcast. And we welcome you back and one of the hottest teams in the country this year has been the Arkansas razorback fantastic conversation with coach Musk the other day and they have a couple of really outstanding players and one of them joining us now. Jalen Williams, who is not only one of the best players in the country, but one of the toughest players. Jalen, congratulations on the season. I know it's a long way from being over, but describe for us your feelings and your teammates feelings as you get ready to head to the SEC tournament. Of course, we're happy with where we are this season, how we did this year. Especially because we fought against diversity, being down zero three in the conference, starting that way. But we're still hungry. We still want more. We feel like we have a super high ceiling and we're just going to try to continue to get better and keep on fighting throughout the rest of the season. I know it really no longer matters because you've been able to overcome that with this incredibly incredible hot streak and some huge home winds, very competitive game Saturday on the road. But how did you guys start off like that and what was it like trying to correct those problems? Really, I feel like it's just because we had a lot of guys a lot of new guys come in. We had a lot of guys come in from different schools. We had guys that were the best player on their team, the year before and really just took everybody, learning how to play with each other. We developed chemistry to we developed that hunger for wanting to win. And when we started out on O three, it finally flipped the switch that we wanted to do whatever it took for us to win games. And once that switch flipped, we all just started playing together, we were happy to see each other succeed on the court, a guy would score bucket and everybody on the court beat just as happy as he was to score that point. So really when that switch flip, that's just when everything turned for us. Let's talk about what is ahead because certainly there's no mystery, the razorbacks are going to the tournament by this time next week. Your bags will be packed and you'll be heading in some direction. But cheating is important. So it's winning the SEC tournament championship. So what is the mindset as your team gets ready for this weekend in Tampa? Our mindset is just going there and continues that hunger team that we were too last game a month ago just whatever it was. We want to go in there and we want to win. We want to we want to shock the world. We want to continue to do good things for this program for this state. We want to continue to do good for our teammates that's next to us. So we just want to go into every game thinking that we're going to win and with the confidence in each other that we're going to play good. And you got a break. Usually the razorbacks play on Saturday, then either Tuesday or Wednesday. You guys do not play until Friday, which leaves you a little bit of breathing room. How are you taking advantage of it? I know there's no days off in this world, but it's a little bit easier than usual. Yeah, of course, we just got done practice. I came right from over there, but of course we're working on the things that we messed up and last game, and we're just continuing to get better. There's never a chance where we can't get better, so we just keep on practicing everyday practice and harder working on things that we can get better at and we know that we can just continue to get better for the next game. Yeah, well, I know you're I know your mind is on this weekend, but I'm curious about playing for coach musselman. We have just, we have such a blast when he comes on here. I rarely have ever seen her coach with that type of energy. And we've seen it in countless videos, but give us a behind the scenes view of what he's like when nobody none of us are watching. I just say that he's like a little ball of energy. Just whenever it is, he always brings that energy. It can be at the beginning of the practice, halfway through practice, just in the locker and watch a film whenever it is. He has energy throughout everything and he continues to push everybody to be as best as they can be, even if it's a small thing. It's just closing out or smashing on the backside, just he pushes everybody to be as good as they can be and just keeps that energy going. I know you're interested this week is going to tamp and winning and the next couple of weeks playing as long as possible. Last year, of course, Arkansas had that amazing run, but I've read some things about you that not only are you a star on the court, you become quite a star in social media on Twitter and TikTok. I know that this is your coach probably wants you concentrating on the games. But talk a little bit about the new era of young athletes and their platforms. Yeah, of course, our platforms is growing and with the NIL. It's a big thing for everybody..
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"jaylin" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"True Bisky did the damn thing Wow. Mind blown. I can't believe it. I said it. Said it and I don't regret it. He did. You heard me Mitchell. Travis Key did the damn thing Buffalo in Chicago was most definitely a Mitchell Travesty. Revenge game. I mean, nobody's ever going to hype an exhibition game for anything. But you know that Mitchell had that big, fat red Sharpie out for that one. I mean, I'll get to Andy Dalton the Justin fields little bit later on, but because those who are battling it out in the ashes of a stadium. Because they're battling it out in the ashes of a stadium. The true Biscay himself burned to the ground on Saturday. You want to talk about a freaking laser show. Listen, I've got hard on this guy. I really have. But this is the beauty of me. Where do we even start? When we talk about the beauty of me? The beauty of me is unaccountable and I'm going to call it the way I see it. This dude put on a freaking laser show. 2028 20 of 28 for 221 Yards, a touchdown and a passer rating of one. Oh 6.2. He led Buffalo to 34 points in seven drives. He was absolutely surgical in the way he carved up that bears defense. Man looks like Aaron Rodgers, Joe Montana and Tom Brady all rolled into one. And he made Matt Nagy look like a fool. First drive 72 yards. 10 plays TV seven Nothing bills. I know if you're a bears fan, you're like, Yeah, Whatever. I've seen that before. No way That chump does that again. Second drive. 11 plays 64 yards and this fake Davis out of the backfield. Travis Key on the run Finding Kumerow. That's a touchdown in front of Jaylin Johnson, The South Elgin High School grad makes Catch for the scorer Travis.
"jaylin" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"You don't ask that for a lot of the players in the NBA aren't as good as a guy like Tatum is at his age. So they're not asked not looked at the same way and expected the same things from you know, they have got other guys to sort of fall back on, you know, well now it's like Regardless of whose fault it is a lot of the veterans in his on these teams have left, you know or affirming hirie pay with whoever and now it's you've got like Tatum around and still, but you got a tan and brown sort of put into the public Spotlight and expected to be you know, the perfect player, you know on and off the court and you know, I've always it's difficult, but for for, you know team to go out there and put up 53, you know talk to him because it all came in the second half when they were clawing away at that come back and and in overtime they didn't, you know, they could have who knows what could happen and it over time but they kept that for in the gas there and and you know, they closed it out which they haven't been able to do so many times this year in the fourth quarter and they haven't even had them any overtime games this year. But the fourth quarter especially to see them even though they gave up that that lead late, you know, I'm not able to pull it up and over time. True. Yeah and not a night where his passing shine but there were a few plays where great vision from the wing. Skip past to the corners. I think he had a semi from 1 generally and then hit smart from one later down the stretch and those were probably only to assess all night, but they were great looks as though still the issue. It's hard to get it's hard to get on him over the turnovers on a 53-point game. But before he lit it up there was way too much of that sloppy stuff and it's just him just getting caught with no options, you know, and Jaylin does it a ton to which is you know, it's just it's kind of the hero Bowl mentality and then realizing. Oh, I don't have what I want here. And you're just looking around last second to pass. It's yeah, you know, it's there's too much of that. Jalen had five turnovers to walk them all of the starters..
"jaylin" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"What's going on and put in a black liberation leads take action that's abolitionists to To the point where we hopefully will need generation green right anymore. that's really our ultimate goal And also i just wanna say lastly you know having the use black news need. This woman is also crucial because We're inheriting the most time on spent on this earth in its current state So all the decisions being made political environmental decisions All of those consequences are reflected in the earth that we're inheriting and We have to grapple with. Is it even safe for us. To have. Kids like is even by. Can we buy a house in this city. Or is it going to get flooded because the sea level rise like there's so many things we have to contend with within our lifetime and i think we're really unique generation are one of the first really live. Probably most of our lives in a world Marks by climate change So it's really important to have the lead those decision making processes because it affects us like inherently So i'm kind of went around all over the place. No no no. You went right where you when to go to. That was that was all right now. That was that was that was powerful. And thank you for that actually man. I really hope we have some time in the future because y'all opened up a whole lot of cans of worms. That thing and hopefully people will get into this. Because i think we need that. We need the further. These conversations Because i think it is a new way of looking at it. It's one alto you personally. I'm willing to die for my people hundred percent. I'm willing to die for my people. Him so I want to give it all under the free and what you're basically saying that ain't nobody free to everybody. I am so if they if they got back bad water than i got to. They don't got no grocery store and living in and food deserts or places in that nature. Then we gotta to. It's just that whole mentality and so I with you. A hundred percent on that availa. How can we find generation green. And if you want to add anything onto fester said rated. Please please add that into the conversation. Yeah i'd like to add that. We also can't do his work. Without including people who are already experiencing climate change outside of america. We cannot make this an american message the including the diaspora seeing this as like a community of people. Worldwide is very important to this movement because people are ready experiencing climate change. It is not coming in twenty thirty. It is happening right now..
"jaylin" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"Joachin can chime in. She she would like to add to that well daily. I want you to chime in. And let me say a couple of things i I love destiny definitely phenomena s hodges founder kkob. edo generation green is also a assistant producer of this year. fired gas cooler show And so she is phenomenal And we definitely appreciate what she brings To this movement. I guess one that you mentioned there. I honored that. I wanna get you. Got her destiny. Tell the story about generation green and you kind of hit on it. And it's the one thing that always i think needs to be reintroduced into the into the space and that simply is that Larch and rodman to say shins do not center their work around either people of color particularly black brown and rich people of color and then not anti racist organisations and that means a then have nullified their position to do that work As a matter of fact they can hinder the work. Because you don't come from a position of understanding The importance of black labs in the story of our environment than you are not in that position to do that work And so that means that and some cases even you're not only at is with The the the the the problem you had is with us too as well because you are then any position possibly taking resources and infrastructure. That should go to those who understand what that means so this we will keep it wiki one hundred years. Why we we had. We had this platform we keep it one hundred one hundred so i guess i just i want i guess daily i see you on your head. Please get into this. i mean you know. That's a very very very serious indictment of what what you're saying. Why generation green was. It wasn't all women fuzzy. This is something because you know you know why not. It's nice and we want to be here. Yeah you know be you know. We literally found which you're doing to be harmful and harmful to black people which means that black people will die because of what you're doing and we need to then create other resources and mechanisms hence we are going to create generation. Green is ever right. Jalen that i in catholic that correctly on the head and i would go even further to say that..
"jaylin" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"The year after be environmental studies program heard whispers about that program starting so once i heard about that program like oh i absolutely have to just add that on to my so i was able to halfway through add on that major and just like i'm so grateful for having that detention at howard because where different from high school education was that is centered equity itami about environmental justice and it expanded greatly greatly expanded what i understood to be Environmental issues like social justice. Social inequity is central to environmental issues and there is the cause really So yeah so then. I you know i started a loved to be set is a loved it that this. I'm glad that would have that program now. And i love that is key to think censoring the experience of People of color and black people From from atlanta looking at the environment which should be natural. I mean this should be this. A natural is beautiful So i just want to say that you mentioned something about to liberation. Can you kinda Talking about that for a little bit. Yeah absolutely so I kind of came up with the term environmental liberation just like with with my work generation. Green bike we are so intersectional. Like we're so multi issue and we all of us understand that you know like kind of like what i said. There's so many different factors that come into play when we're talking about the black environmental experience right. It's not just Cheese animals and it's definitely. It's not even just you know. Hazardous waste facilities and locally unwanted land use. It's it's literally like is stems back from From in history And starts with will not start but you know it definitely involves slavery subjugation colonization An global exploitation along the way So basically. I just really wanted to rian like i really wanted to emphasize the radical nature of what like environmental justice advocacy and frameworks like hand. Be instead of like a reform mostly reform. Back way of going about attaining environmental justice Because ultimately true environmental justice scaled it up to say liberation is just really can be obtained through going through these oppressive systems And continuing to pollute anywhere in continuing to depend on.
"jaylin" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"Led into generational nonprofit center from a to liberation for black people everywhere. That to me and i am so honored to have both yana and vaillant with me today. So i before i get into the user. I'm sure you've heard this before on the show. I wanna ask who is jalen in. Who is ana. But i i would act. Why did you go to. How university the what you do at a loaded question my church. Home in mount. Vernon a greater centennial african methodist episcopal church and a really promote going to. Hp see us. And i was like. Oh my gosh. They're trying to push this black stuff down my throw like what was going on and then i was like wait. A minute like bears. Some points being made here. So i applied to howard and that was like the only. Hp see i applied to our was not receiving the gospel and Howard accepted me very late like in march and we are supposed to already have our decisions out. Like by april i and it was like march fifteenth in freaking out and i was going to go to gouge your college in baltimore like i a predominantly white school in the mid eighty in the middle of the black city. I know so. I'm very happy. I received the gospel in time to make the best decision of my life. And that's how. I ended up at our men. I'm so glad you did too not not just how this culture then against to be really no no no male here from couch of what we know how it is a is a wonderful institution ianna. Why did you go to out. Wow so the motivation behind me. Going to an hugh. I would say that was really intentional. So Growing up in brooklyn. I was in a mostly Afro-caribbean neighborhood Having to leave brooklyn and goto a suburb north of boston predominantly white upper middle class. It was a really stark contrast in. It was hard for me the whole time. I was there to really like be okay with going to school in dealing with my peers ending with the microaggressions and all of that so I was honesty tired of it. And i did not wanna be around white people anymore So i just set my sights on woolsey h. twos. I applied to a few girls schools as well. But for the most part i applied to a us and my top choice was thumbing but once i got into our with the rat of the scholarship i was like near so yeah i was the first in my high school to go to howard in probably one of the few to ever even go h issue so wow benefit from any of the college counseling services because they did not have..
"jaylin" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"The one hundred percent next day respect information education bread nick india dot now world is not hit by well. I'm excited let me say i'm excited here. They have always excited to do the coolest show. How people if if if you may be excited to bring on a howard university people to show and that makes me happy one. Because i know that they've had standing long lines in the building so we said that we all said that we also share that The the victory of being a bison and saying h you and you know so let me actually get to these bio so we get right to. I wanna alberti laurente. That's correct. i was working on man. She is a brooklyn native brooklyn by way of massachusetts. She currently serves as co director and director of policy in programming at generation green she graduated with honors from the howard university and twenty nineteen and to be as and political science and environmental studies at. That's amazing right self. After becoming the first graduate of their studies program she returned university to contribute to local to justice research to the curriculum and to assist with establishing a pipeline program for high school students to the howard mementos studies program a this spring semester to serve as course coordinator for intro to remember to studies. Justice offered by howard and the national education equity laugh to title one high school students across the country she has worked with remedy groups such as the sierra club action campaign clean water action and union of concerned scientists in the areas of policy public engagement and program support. I hope to continue her career on the path of this policy movement law an incredible business management in her spare time. I don't know housing at any spare time. But this this amazing resume ianna enjoy singing yoga and incorporated inability to her lifestyle as a conscious fashion and beauty. Blogger on. how will you. I am doing amazing during grayson afternoon. How're you doing. I am doing wonderful. I'm actually this actually here. This looking at some amazing thing. I'm howard now. Let's trying to pull up something on the program that you are now of part of their some history that many of us were part of but before we get into the history of how that program was created. Let's get to jalen Ward is an afro antillean multimedia writer and holistic living student from the bronx new york jalen is currently in their senior year at how investigating and pursuing a bachelor of art in in disciplinary journalism during their tenure at howard jalen brought a farmer's market to campus. I love that. Introducing students to veganism and free and fresh poodles out which we have. We would have had that. That would have been amazing reestablish a public community garden seven ward won elders and black and did the trans people a nominal and co founded that the matt collective make collective a media group promoting black t. q. plus artwork Jalen i now. Director as the as four engagement of generation green. A youth.
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Column: Direct from Roger Goodell's basement, the NFL draft!
"Joe burrow from LSU was considered a lock to go number one overall to Cincinnati borough had one of the best seasons ever for a college quarterback in twenty nineteen winning the Heisman trophy in the national championship Oregon's Justin Herbert in Alabama's tua Tagovailoa rank high on many draft boards with Miami in the alley Chargers to possible landing spots lesser known Jordan love out of Utah state may also go in the first round Georgia's Jake from Jacob Eason of Washington and Oklahoma's Jaylin hertz have also drawn plenty of interest I am mark Myers