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"jeff sims" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"But here's why I will pause on that one. Yeah, yeah. If you're a college head coach and you played a Thursday night game and it's a time when you're allowed to recruit, you would never go back with your team. You would hit the road recruiting immediately after that. Right. He treated the NFL in that bar doing that? I don't know. Right. Right. Well, I guess I shouldn't play like psychologists, but you could make the argument that maybe what happened in the bar happened because he was the Jaguars were, you know, he wasn't used to losing every single game, so I'm not going to psychoanalyze that way. We can let that thing stand on its own. And I just know that he's going to give some speeches the way that they, I mean, that's what they wanted from him before. I'm so cynical. I think fox will push him to give those speeches. So then people on the Internet can go crazy and give it all the attention and that will be very interesting. See, I'm not I don't view it that cynically just because I don't I don't think they care enough to think that deeply about it. I think they'll do anything they can to get more attention than game day. That's just my opinion. Well, see, I think they've actually done a good job with that show. Making it more nuts and bolts football. Because there's an audience that does not like that game day has gotten away from that. Right. And so I think they've done a good job sort of finding that market that was underserved. And I think there's a lot of people who prefer that show. Right. Yeah, for sure. I don't know. To make game day is such an institution, but listen, there's a game day is the most important show in the sport. But I don't know. See, I used to think game day and inside the NBA were the two best production studio, not even in game days on a studio show, but that sort of show. I actually think good morning football has replaced game day in terms of irreverence and I'm just having so much fun when I watch this. Game day, I think, and look, I'm not criticizing them because they found a formula that really worked. It was a great show, a dominant show. But for me and maybe it's just because I've been watching it since I was in college. It feels a little too formulaic now. It feels like the same thing over and over. And I want something different every once in a while. So it's a fair argument. And maybe they are going to do something different because on my podcast next week I have an interview with Jeff Sims, who's the peloton structure who's really doing stuff. And I know you can look at that very cynically, but I only know this because I do a lot of the workouts. I'm like, she's going to be awesome on that. Just because I know who she is and how she operates. And she does have a reporter back. I mean, she does.
Coach says Kansas football player's death act of God
"The former football coach of the Kansas community college where nineteen year old Brayton bread fourth collapsed and died from heat stroke last year says the player's death was an act of god the comments from Jeff Sims about the Neptune resident Bradford's death after football practice at the Garden City community college came during a press