35 Burst results for "Jim Hart"
No. 1 Georgia overcomes slow start, routs Georgia Tech 37-14
"Number one Georgia got two touchdown passes from stetson Bennett and finished undefeated for the second consecutive regular season with a 37 14 decision over rival Georgia Tech, head coach Kirby smart. Great regular season for this group. They've done everything that we've asked them to do. And they only get bigger from here. Georgia Tech went up 7 nothing and kept it close ten 7 and a half. The second half was a different story, as Georgia rolled up 27 straight points to subdue the jackets. Kenny mcintosh and Kendall Milton rush were touchdowns as the bulldogs tuned up for next week's SEC championship game. I'm Jim Hart
"jim hart" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Was that not really even the circumstance with Bill just because him and Jake were always just going to be oil and water? Yeah, I think so. This old wounds don't heal sometimes. Right. Sticking from a guy that's got an old wound each time to heal. Yeah. It was a short term, but if Jake had been clean and sober and hitting the restart button, thanks a lot, I really worked out a lot differently. Quite frankly, I mean, and the other thing too about Jake, the cowboy wouldn't have done it. I don't think. See, you got a guy like Jim cornette available. You got a guy like Jake Roberts, that's available. And all those guys are, you know, now if you're gonna do a committee, the committee should be two people or something. Not a whole room full of guys. Right. Those are creative meetings. The WCW were. I mean, everybody was looking to watch to make that shot that flat back to Charlotte. And so it was hard. It was hard to get bookings done. But we had brains there to help. We had a lot of brainpower. A cowboy being that old school restaurant hard headed and stubborn. He wasn't going to go ask some of these young guys to help him book. Why doesn't that? I would. That's what I'd have done. But that's not what happened. It's not what happens. Here's what else does happen though. Jim Hart makes a presentation on October 30th to Bill Shaw about the possibility of herd and Jerry Jerry working together to use the younger talents that need seasoning on USWA house shows. Now let's remind everybody, herd's gone. He's out of the company. Bill wants his steering the ship. But Bill watt still answers to Bill Shaw. So Jim heard goes to Bill Shaw and says, why don't we put you and Jerry Jerry together? Give these sand guys some reps. On the one hand that makes a lot of sense. On the other hand, how is herd still hanging around? This was news to me. I didn't know this until I saw it in the observer here. What do you remember of this? Anything? It was Arthur radar, man. Off the beaten path. There wasn't discussed. You know, I don't even know. I bet you can count the times that cowboy and herd met are had a meeting or whatever. On one hand. So, but I didn't know it either. Her trying to obviously what he's trying to do. He was working on his exit and he got a severance. Maybe he thought he needed to do more things to help Ernest severance if so, an honorable thing. But I didn't know about that. And it had no, it was like a fart in church. What are you going to get over? I can't wait to talk about Jim heard a little more, but I know that, you know, this isn't something you were really paying attention to or involved in, but Meltzer does a comparison about where the company's at. And how they had been doing. And I just wanted to run it past you. Because before watts becomes the guy, it's get proud running the thing. And kept frying was averaging 2200 folks at the shows. He was averaging a $23,000 gate, and he was getting a 2.4 rating. Bill watts comes in, and attendance goes from 2200 to 1800. The gate goes from 23,000 to 16,000, and the rating goes from a 2.4 to a 1.9. But he percentage wise, we're way down. Numbers don't lie, honey. Yeah. The numbers don't lie. And. Again, the team
"jim hart" Discussed on The School of Greatness
"When applied to even terminal illnesses seem to increase the probability of recovery. And of course, you're doing this with your doctors advice. Now, these patients were practicing visualization using these silver method for four months. When was this study? This study I in the 1970s Simon went on to say that about the silver system it is the single most powerful tool I have to offer patients. The doctor said this at all Cal Simon. Well, I think imagine if you did the reverse. If the imagery therapy of you saying this, I'm going to die soon, you know, you're put more stress and worry on it. You look at the pain or whatever the disease is and you think about how it's going to expand, then you'll probably expand it faster. Exactly. If you reverse the imagery therapy, and sometimes disease is manifested as a punishment on ourselves. Really? Which is why phase three is forgiveness in phase three. You practice an 8 step forgiveness protocol that was pioneered by two pioneers, Dave asprey of four years at zen and doctor Jim Hart at the bio cyber not institute. And what they found is that this forgiveness protocol has a healing impact on your body, but also puts your brain waves in a state most comparable to zen roshi monks who have spent 20 to 40 years in meditation. What we mean by that is higher for amplitude left, right brain coherence, forgiveness. Now, forgiveness of yourself and other people, anybody who is wronged you and you've had brutal things happen to you, Louis. I read about that in your book. But when you forgive the person who did that to you, there's a healing impact on your body. The signs have forgiveness is eerie, especially you're an athlete, an Israeli study shows that it improves endurance. You study the university of iterate. It shows that forgiveness improves your vertical jump. It also reduces an anxiousness, reduces back pain, makes you sleep better, improves heart health. It's crazy.
No. 1 Georgia shuts down QB Hooker, No. 2 Tennessee, 27-13
"That's embedded out to old head and hooker at number three Georgia in his statement of the selection committee bossing around number one Tennessee 27 13 Ben threw for two touchdowns and ran for another Outside doesn't matter If we take care of business then everything else takes a little bit So we just want to go out there and play well Georgia's defense dominated hooker limiting the Heisman hopeful to only a 195 yards passing while sacking him 6 times Georgia is one winner at Tennessee lost away from clinching the SEC east I'm Jim Hart
No. 1 Georgia pulls away late, wins 'Cocktail Party' 42-20
"Number one Georgia blitz Florida with a 21 nothing start then countered 17 straightforward a second half points on the way to a 42 20 triumph Head coach Kirby smart was relieved afterward The time there where we lost momentum and that's happened to us more this year than it did last year And we bounced back So I was really proud of the players George led 28 three at halftime but Florida closed to 28 20 fueled by a long drive to start the second half and two Georgia turnovers Georgia responded to a two straight touchdown drives to close out the Gators I'm Jim Hart
Georgia marks return to No. 1 with 55-0 rout of Vanderbilt
"Number one Georgia rolled to a 28 zero halftime lead on the way to a 55 nothing shellacking of Vanderbilt Georgia QB stetson Bennett was on target completing 24 of 30 for 289 yards and two touchdowns Overall I'm really really happy with how we executed and how physical and tough and horrible play today Backup Carson Beck came on to throw two more touchdowns as 11 Georgia players hauled in passes Georgia suffocating defense limited Vanderbilt to a 150 total yards I'm Jim Hart
No. 2 UGA routs Auburn 42-10 in Deep South's Oldest Rivalry
"Number two Georgia responded to being demoted from the number one ranking by scoring an angry 42 to ten win over auburn Stetson Ben threw for 208 yards and registered George's biggest play the day with a career best 64 yard touchdown run I started going in the end I was like good lord I didn't run this far in a while And my legs started giving out but it was just grass they were all turned back then lad had a good block on the safety Georgia led 14 nothing at halftime they were down auburn with a running attack that racked up 292 yards and 6 touchdowns Georgia moved to 6 and zero overall three SEC I'm Jim Hart
Braves hit 3 HRs off deGrom, beat Mets, tie for NL East lead
"Austin Riley and Matt Olson crashed back to background trippers and dansby Swanson also homered as the braves down the mets 5 two to move into a tie for the NL east lead All three homers were off mets ace Jacob de Grom and after the game he said he served them up on a tee You got a eliminate mistakes which I did not do tonight So that's what happened You know I left falls over the middle of the plate and they did damage The mets loaded the bases in the 9th off kennelly Janssen but the braves closer struck out Francisco Alvarez and Tyler naquin to end the game Jim Hart Atlanta
Wright wins 19th, Riley and Rosario homer, Braves beat Nats
"Kyle Wright won for a major league leading 19th time propelling the braves past the nationals 5 two Wright gave up two runs in 6 innings of work striking out 7 Iraq execution was fine but was able to go 6 Got the win so I really can't complain too much The braves offense got homers from Austin Riley and Eddie Rosario and clean up hitter Matt Olsen ended an over 22 slump with two hits as they won their 9th straight at home The wind kept the braves within one game of the mets for the NL east lead Jim Hart Atlanta
Acuna homers in 6-run 8th, Braves beat Phillies 7-2
"Ronald Acuna junior hit a two run Homer to give the braves a three two lead in the 8th His teammates piled on four more as a braves overcame the Phillies 7 two Acuna's Homer was only his 12th all season as he battles back from knee surgery and brings out Fielder Michael Harris enjoyed seeing his teammate produce the big hit I was huge for him to do that there I mean it's been kind of a while since he hit a home run So for him to do it there and give us a lead It definitely fired him up and he fired us up to spray second basement as he all bees returned after missing 81 games due to a wrist fracture and knocked in two with a double Jim Hart Atlanta
No. 2 Georgia's defense dominates in shutout of Samford
"That's in Ben threw for 300 yards and Georgia's defense obliterated Sanford's offense in a convincing 33 zero win Ben threw for one score and ran for another To lead Georgia to a 30 zero halftime lead despite rolling up a lot of yards Bennett wasn't impressed with the offensive production We had almost 500 yards of offense We had a good day but it wasn't what we wanted it to be Georgia's rebuilt defense held Stanford to three first downs despite liberal substitutions as they kept another opponent out of the end zone I'm Jim Hart
Fried, Ozuna power streaking Braves to 5th straight victory
"Max freed no here tomorrow and through 5 innings to propel the braves to a 7 one win and a three game series sweep free loss a chance to pursue the no hitter when rain resulted in a one hour and 51 minute delay I think that might be the first outing that I've thrown that ended with no hits So it's a first but I would have loved to see how deep I could have gotten into the game with it but I guess we'll have to try next time Marcelo zuna Homer did Michael Harris at three hits as the braves won their 5th rate and moved within one game of the match for the NL east lead Jim Hart Atlanta
Grossman draws bases-loaded walk in 9th, Braves beat Marlins
"Robbie Grossman drew a walk with the bases loaded in the 9th as the braves walked off the Marlins to one I'm glad I could do anything to help the team win a game and fortunately we came out on the better side of that The braves led one nothing behind an Austin Riley Homer and 6 shutout innings from Bryce elder Braves closer Kenley Jansen then blew the save in the 9th setting up Grossman's heroics The praise racked up their fourth straight win as they closed within two games of the mets Jim Hart Atlanta
Rookie Strider fans 16 for Braves record in 3-0 win over Rox
"Spencer strider broke John smoltz's single game strikeout record in 8 shout out innings pitching the braves to a three zero win over the rockies Strider struck out 16 well limiting the rockies to two hits And afterwards he said his teammates were enjoying his record breaking performance Kyle's telling me something about John smoltz or whatever And I had no idea what he was talking about I just kind of it didn't make any sense So and then somebody else said something and I just kind of looked cross eyed at him and they were like you know what just happened Austin Riley and Michael Harris hit solo homers and tens me Swanson had a run scoring single as the braves won the rubber game of the three game series Jim Hart Atlanta
Cron, Ureña help Rockies hand Braves 3rd straight loss, 3-2
"Jose urania outu max freed and the bullpen pitch foreshadowed innings as Iraqis upended the braves three two Urania gave up two runs early but shout out to braves the next three innings Second baseman Brendan Rodgers liked what he saw from urania Great win you know we went up against a great pitcher Urania gotten some trouble early you know he battled his butt off and kept him to a minimum CJ crown delivered a run scoring single in the fourth and then knocked in what proved to be the winning run in the 5th on a ground out Jim Hart Atlanta
Riley, Wright lead Braves past Astros 6-2 in Series rematch
"The braves scored a decisive 6 two victory over the Astros in the series opener shortstop dansby Swanson That's definitely fun competing against those guys They obviously got a great club And I'm glad that we're able to play them here and play well Brave starter Kyle Wright registered his 15th win to tie for the NL lead after missing his last start due to a tired arm Third baseman Austin Riley got the braves rolling with a three run shot in the third as the braves won for the tenth time in their last 11 games Astros MVP candidate Jordan Alvarez became ill and left in the 5th inning Jim Hart Atlanta
Baty homers first time up in majors, Mets beat Braves 9-7
"Starling Marte Homer twice and Brett Beatty smashed a two run Homer in his first major league at bat as cement's terminated the braves 8 game winning streak 9 7 with the mets leading to nothing Beatty smashed his Homer And after the game he relished the moment I was just looking for a pitch to drive and he left one of the plates so it was just looking to get it up in the air and I did So it was awesome After a 34 minute rain delay in the bottom of the third and with a tired bullpen starter Max Scherzer came back out and pitched into the 7th a two run single by Pete Alonso in the 9th provided the winning margin Jim Hart Atlanta
Morton, Olson lead Braves to another easy win over Mets, 5-0
"Charlie Morton struck out 12 and handcuffed the mets on three hits as the braves climbed within three and a half games of the division lead with a 5 nothing whitewashing Brave shortstop dansby Swanson was impressed For him to be able to throw the ball away the way he did tonight just come in and different pitches different parts of the zone was obviously huge Uphill to Robbie Grossman got the braves rolling with a solo shot in the third and first baseman Matt also knocked in three to power the offense The braves lead the four game series to nothing and look to hand the mets their first series loss against an eastern division team this season Jim Hart Atlanta
"jim hart" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Chaos would be one way to describe what's happening with the Patriots offense right now. But yeah. Show that would be another. Because in Foxborough, there is no offensive coordinator, not right now at least. There is also no offensive football adviser or whatever that title would be. There is just Bill Belichick. At age 70, the hoodie in winter. The Logan Roy of Foxborough, a guy we've all agreed is a defensive genius. Now daring us to trust his offensive wisdom and contain our snickering in the process. So today, Seth waker sham explains how a multivariate mystery in New England is actually isolating one variable in particular. And why all of it? Epitomizes one of the most important coaches. In the history of sports, I'm Pablo Torre. It is Tuesday, August 16th. This is ESPN daily. Traveling for business and don't know where to stay. Well, you could crash on your friend's couch for a solid, restless night's sleep. Or you could wake up on the bright side with la Quinta by Wyndham. Start your day with their free bright side breakfast featuring delicious baked goods, fruit, eggs, and waffles. Then fire off those critical work emails using their free high-speed Wi-Fi. And when you need a stress break, power up your buys tries, lats and traps at their well equipped fitness center. Tonight, la Quinta tomorrow, you triumph. Book direct at LQ dot com. So Seth for our non football nerds in the audience. I just wanted to establish what it's normally like in the NFL. If your head coach is a defensive minded guy, quote unquote. Like, how does the offense function and who calls the plays and that's circumstance? We'll usually a head coach gets that job because they have a particular expertise on that side of the ball, whether it's offense or defense. And so they're hired partially and mostly for that expertise. And they usually delegate responsibility for whatever side of the ball that they're not the expert on to their offensive coordinator or defensive coordinator and kind of let them run the show. Obviously, as the head coach, they can set broad plans, but it's up to the offensive coordinator or the defensive coordinator to execute those plans. Bill Belichick, of course, is different and the way the New England Patriots are run, of course, is very different from anywhere else in the league. And what I've seen from the Patriots from afar, Seth, obviously, is Bill Belichick, the Hall of Famer, the guy who is already in canton for all intents and purposes. The guy who constructed this defensive game plan is genius masterpiece for the giant Super Bowl 25 against the bills, which built this reputation as this forever defensive guru. So what led you to learn about his offensive history? Yeah, years ago, I wanted to try to find out about how Bill Belichick ran offense because when you talk to players out of New England, they said that the type of offense that they ran was the most unique in the NFL in that it's only identity was that it had no identity. It wasn't strictly from Joe Gibbs. It wasn't from Bill Walsh. It wasn't all from Ron erhardt, which is some of the stuff that Belichick knew very well when he was with the New York Giants. Right, that's Ron erhardt, the Giants offensive coordinator in the 80s and the early 90s under Bill Parcells. It was this mosaic of all the most successful offensive systems in plays that Belichick had seen and I wanted to learn more about that. So years ago, I went down this rabbit hole, and it sent me to Tennessee to meet with this old man who's since passed named Ken ship. And he was one of the main people who helped Bill Belichick learn so much about offense in about advanced schematics. Now, should I know who this guy is? 'cause I have no idea who Ken ship is. He was kind of an offensive wizard in the 70s in a weird way he's most famous for benching Joe Namath. He became the interim head coach of the New York Jets one year, and he actually benched Joe Namath for missing curfew. He was known as an Ariel wizard. He was a progressive thinker of the passing game, and he had coached Namath, Archie Manning, former St. Louis quarterback Jim Hart. In 1977, Lions head coach, Rick forzano, told ship that he had hired a new assistant for him, a 24 year old from wesleyan university named Billy Belichick. Wait, hold on, Seth. It's one letter, but Bill Belichick in no way to me feels like a Billy. He was a total Billy. Everybody knew him as a Billy. And what was Billy into at this point? Unfortunately for ship, Billy was fascinated with defense, not offense. And there's a funny anecdote about ship thinking that Bill Belichick couldn't hang with him. He gave him a 5 hour test about the playbook and Belichick had been studying forward and studying for it and ship didn't think that Belichick would actually be able to pass this test, not with how complicated his playbook was. But Belichick took the test and shipped later told other coaches and told me that he damn near answered everything. So Billy Belichick aces Ken ships test and goes on, of course, as we know now, to ace all sorts of tests in the Super Bowl, but the notion that this guy who was defensively interested also had all along this offensive acumen, Seth. How did that all fit together in terms of his understanding and mastery of the game? Well, in the 1980s, Belichick was fortunate in many ways. I'm sure that he didn't always feel that way, but in retrospect, it was fortunate that he faced so many innovative offenses during that time. From Joe Gibbs Washington teams, Bill Walsh's forty-niners, the run and shoot, even things that the Giants ran in practice. It was the moment in NFL history that was really starting to shift from running to passing. And Belichick knew and kinship actually told him this. Because kinship had been known and kind of pigeonholed as an offensive wizard and never a head coach, and he told Belichick, you have to be balanced. You have to know all three phases of the game, and Belichick took that seriously and when he was with the Giants. He would study offense as not just because he had to defend against them, but because he was starting to assemble an offensive playbook so that if he ever got a job as a head coach, he would know exactly what it is that he wanted to run. In a very interesting way that's very revealing and it tells you a lot about where he is now. He was never going to cede that side of the ball to an offensive coordinator. Even from that age in his late 30s, he knew that when he became a head coach, he was ultimately responsible in the teams that he was the head coach of. We're going to be running his offense. And so basically he had the ultimate confidence because he was so good at scheming up defenses that he could also scheme up the things that his defenses were designed to stop. And had a hard time stopping. I think that's one of the most important things is that they weren't always successful. But he knew the hardest types of plays to stop. And so in his spare time, he put together his own offensive playbook, borrowing and tweaking place from other teams. And it ended up kind of being his own that he invented. So how did Belichick see offense in defense being separate, but obviously conjoined inside of the
"jim hart" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"We're going to talk to MMA where we'll talk about with Brendan Fitzgerald, who's amazing if you guys don't know who he is. But first let's talk about football is really on everybody's mind. I mean the NFL is back preseason is back. People are going to start to draft their fantasy league soon. Are you starting soon to drag thinking about who I'm going to come in a keeper league? We talk about my week kind of a lot on this show because it's absurd. I have a draft that takes 8, 9 hours. There's no time limits. And I'm sure your wife Sarah and your kid feel great about that too. Where's dad? He's doing something that means nothing for 9 hours. Literally, they're actually going out of town this weekend. The draft is at my house this year. Oh my God. Can we travel to the city of the team that wins a Super Bowl? And we all kind of gather. We've been to Denver and Baltimore. We went to Tampa last year. Yeah. So yeah, we talk about my draft, kind of more than we should. TJ, I know everyone's kind of over it, but I am already going to have already begun thinking about who I'm keeping. And the strategy and what I want to do with my quarterback situation. I'm just like, I'm so immersed in fantasy already and it's still three weeks away. Let me ask you this. Does anyone in their right mind take deshaun Watson? Just even as a bench option. Does this guy see the field this year? Because he gets 6 games suspended from a court, I guess, or court ordered. The league is not happy with it. The league is like he should be out for a year, which I personally agree. I agree that he should be out for a year. I just do, because the NFL is your place of work. It's your business. If you do something wrong or you do something bad your place work, it's a lower bar to clear than the law itself. If you do something that the office is like, this is not a good thing. If there's a guy in your break room at work, in your office room, who just he doesn't bring lunch. He just sits there and watches other people eat their lunch. It's not against the law, but you're like, this guy's creeping everybody out. Somebody says, suspend him, get him out of here for a few weeks. Send him on a non paid vacation. I think most people in the office would be cool with that. I'm saying that the league has the right to be like, all right, one massage therapist saying that you've done something wrong. I understand you can dispute that claim. Two now I'm starting to get suspicious. 30, 30 people filing claims against you. At that point, it's like time to hire an escort and teach her how to massage. You know what I mean? To me, I was so surprised that the browns picked him that he went to the browns. I would have thought that he would have gone to the predators. I know he doesn't play hockey, but darn it doesn't that feel like the right team for this guy to go to. I mean, so now I guess I'm gonna be Carolina Panthers fan because I because I love schadenfreude and you want Baker Mayfield to rise up and have a great year. I mean, is that where we're all sitting at this point? I forget, are you guys browns fans originally? No, so I'm we were Saint Louis Cardinals season ticket holders year after year. So Neil on this, but pre Neil lomax Jim Hart, pat Tilly, not pat Tillman pat tilley. He never served anywhere. He never did anything for his country. He was a good wide receiver, roger worley was his son played baseball with us, but we were huge cardinals fans, but every year they were terrible. Terrible. Dan deardorff, met him and knew him and just great guy, but there were 5 and 11 every year. I remember we had a kicker named novo bojovic. God bless you. Thank you. Soccer player who one time kicked a 52 yard field goal ran into the end zone and spiked the ball. I was like, act like you've been there before. So Jane and I have this new show on, as I mentioned before, the nosebleeds on UFC fight pass. There are a couple of billboards up around. Oh, there's a gigantic when I was going up to Fox yesterday. Yeah. I saw you guys like the 405. It's awesome. My God. So I go, there's one on sunset, right by the comedy store, right? At sunset and king's road, which is a great spot for us. So there it is, right there. That gigantic, these stupid looking mugs. On the top of the thing and I brought my daughter there. And we're filming me and she does a hilarious sketch. My daughter who's here today, 17 years old, she's going to be a senior performing arts high school. Wants to be a director. And she wrote this little sketch for us to do. And it was so funny. She was like, hey, dad, she's filming. That guy looks like you on that billboard. And then her friend walks by and is like, I don't know, I don't see it. And then I turn around and I'm like, yeah, that's Jason. And then I realized, and people are looking at, I'm standing there, filming a thing where I'm then on the it's like act like you've been there before. I would kick to 52. I kicked a 50 TR field and I spiked the ball. So never have that. So that's what I grew up with. The Cardinals, and then I left St. Louis, and then the rams came, and then the rams won. And I was just happy for St. Louis. They weren't really my team, but I was happy for St. Louis that they had one in the rams came back here and you know how it is. It's like, it's your team only when if they lose it ruins your weekend. If they lose in your kind of like, all right, let's go do something. You don't care. If Michigan loses, I'm like, I don't want to talk to anybody. I don't want to see anybody. I'm like, this is when I should get my grocery shopping done. So I'm going to just be pushing people out of the way. I don't care. People are reaching for items that I want. I'm going to yank them. I'll yell at a baby. Keep it down. No one asked your opinion on this. That's if your team, if you're a fan of a team. So I don't really have one now. You know what I mean? But I would root for Baker Mayfield. I would root for this guy to succeed. I root for the Carolina Panthers to make it because I'm like browns, what are you doing? Because let's talk about that. That division, I don't think Pittsburgh is going to be as good. Obviously, no Roethlisberger. I mean, they have a decent defense. They always are going to have some Pittsburgh magic. But I don't know if they're going to be good.
Castellanos HR after overturned call, Phils beat Braves 3-1
"Nick Castellanos two run Homer in the 8th was a difference as a Phillies earned a split in their two game series with the braves by a three one score You know I lost yesterday to be able to get this win and to come back 5 and one on the road trip Every game is important especially within our division Cassano's Homer was set up when an inning ending double play was reversed on appeal Phillies catcher JT real Muto hustle down the line to beat the throw at first to set up Castellanos winning Homer Philly starter Zach Wheeler give up only one run in 7 innings to get his tenth win Jim Hart Atlanta
Strider, Rosario power Braves to 13-1 rout of Phillies
"Spencer strider struck out a career high 13 is a brave buster on the Phillies to win their fourth straight 13 one Strider beef Phillies for the third time this season going 6 and two thirds giving up one run on three hits It's good to see the spider play well but also hung one with two shirts and to haul and now he hit the double so not all of them are great but yeah it's good good night overall Philly's manager rob Thompson's strategy for a bullpen game was foiled by Eddie Rosario as 5 RBIs and homers by Orlando RCI and Marcelo zuna The braves halted the Phillies four game winning streak as they moved within two and a half of the mets Jim Hart Atlanta
"jim hart" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Compass care, is because of what happened recently. You guys are in Buffalo. So tell the story of, first of all, what is compass care and what just happened to your facility in Buffalo, New York? Yeah, compass care has operations in three different abortion hub cities in New York. Because the abortion capital of the U.S. with more abortions occurring per CAPiTA basis than any other state in the union and we're expecting a significant influx of patients from conservative states now. Roe versus wade, reversal of his way, essentially, totally changed the abortion industry. And that means that patients are going to be coming to New York from the conservative states. So what happened in Buffalo was on June 7th, our facility was firebombed. By James revenge, they took responsibility for it in a communique. And they also had their signature scrawl in graffiti on the side of our facility that said, Jane was here. There's catastrophic damage to the facility. And we're going to take, it's going to take hundreds of thousands of dollars and many, many weeks to repair. We've already begun the process. And the outpouring of generosity of the church in Buffalo has been humbling to say the least. So we're going to be up and running. We're already running an alternate location. We got up and running the very next day. So patients continue to be served and so we're looking forward to what God is going to do in the coming weeks. Well, is there a website for you guys? Yes, if you want to go to our website, erasing the need dot com as part of our mission statement, erasing the need dot com. They can get updates about what's going on as well. So, okay, I just want to say, because you're really humble about this. But erasing the need dot com folks, we need to live like we're in a war. The unborn have been attacked, this is very real. If your neighbor were being attacked, you'd say, what can I do? How can I help? Right now, not only do we have the unborn being killed, but we have people that are so unhinged that they are firebombing those who are trying to help women choose life. Get this through your head. This idea that this is not some political pro life organization. This is an organization trying to help women compassionately help women choose life. And the people who are pro abortion, they reveal themselves not to be pro choice. They are not, if they were pro choice, they would give money and help compass care. They hate compass care because compass care is making it possible for women to choose life. This is an amazing concept. And I want us to understand if you want to know who's on the right side of this issue, just think about what Jim, what you just shared, they firebombed a place that it's not some political organization. This is a place that's trying to help women to choose life to choose to have their children because we're supposed to believe in choice. And yet people who claim they believe in choice, they clearly don't believe in choice. So I hope folks that you'll help compass care go to erasing the need dot com. It would be an amazing thing. If instead of three compass care centers in the state of New York, there were ten or 50. Erasing the need dot com and Jim Hart and when you talk about being fire bump, what does that mean firebombed? Who are these people and what did they do? Well, James revenge are the people. And they have terrorist cells. There are pro abortion terrorist group, and they come out of a namesake out of Chicago in the 1960s called James collective and they were doing underground abortions before roe versus wade was decided. And so they're not interested in women's health. They're not interested in choice. They're interested in abortion. Their motto is if abortion isn't safe, then neither are you. Abortion. When they attack compass care, firebomb these predators. They're not attacking the pricing centers as much as they're attacking women. This is an attack doesn't all out on attack on women and their ability to receive ethical medical care and comprehensive community support in their moment of crisis. That's all we do. Our mission is to is that we're a Christ center agency dedicated to empowering men and women to erase the need for abortion by transforming their fear in the confidence because when a woman faces an unplanned pregnancy, she says I'm stuck. I'm trapped. I've gotten over the choice. I need to have an abortion. And our job as believers is to come alongside her and give her all the support and security that she needs in order to see our way clear to making the most difficult choice and having a baby..
"jim hart" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"But right now I have the privilege of speaking with the founder of the CEO of compass, care, Jim, the reverend Jim Hardin, Jim Hart and welcome to this program. It's an R&B with you today. Eric really is. Well, you are really kind. Listen, you are one of those heroes out there. My wife ran a pregnancy center here in New York City for 12 years, it's called a veil. I know about this world. And the people who are involved in this, they're doing God's work any time anybody tries to bad mouth people, you know, who are on the pro life side of the equation. They have no clue what they're talking about. They really speak at a ignorance because folks like you, you're doing an amazing thing, truly heroic, beautiful stuff. But the reason you're on right now, Jim Hardin, with compass care, is because of what happened recently. You guys are in Buffalo. So tell the story of, first of all, what is compass care and what just happened to your facility in Buffalo, New York? Yeah, compass care has operations in three different abortion hub cities in New York. Because the abortion capital of the U.S. with more abortions occurring per CAPiTA basis than any other state in the union and we're expecting a significant influx of patients from conservative states now. Roe versus wade, reversal of his way, essentially, totally changed the abortion industry. And that means that patients are going to be coming to New York from the conservative states. So what happened in Buffalo was on June 7th, our facility was firebombed. By James revenge, they took responsibility for it in a communique. And they also had their signature scrawl in graffiti on the side of our facility that said, Jane was here. There's catastrophic damage to the facility. And we're going to take, it's going to take hundreds of thousands of dollars and many, many weeks to
"jim hart" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"P.m. investments dot com. Folks, welcome back. As you know, we're excited. We're excited about many things. Good things are happening in America. Anybody who says like, ah, it doesn't matter. It's all going to hell. Can I tell you? I think you're wrong. And not only do I think you're wrong, I think shame on you. We need to pray. We need to be hopeful. Roe V wade, in case you didn't know, was overturned. Oh, oh, I'm not making that up. So in a couple of minutes, we're talking to our friend Sean Foyt. We have more with Andrew Giuliani, who we hope is going to be the next governor of New York. We hope you vote for him tomorrow if you are registered as a Republican in New York. But right now I have the privilege of speaking with the founder of the CEO of compass, care, Jim, the reverend Jim Hardin, Jim Hart and welcome to this program. It's an R&B with you today. Eric really is. Well, you are really kind. Listen, you are one of those heroes out there. My wife ran a pregnancy center here in New York City for 12 years, it's called a veil. I know about this world. And the people who are involved in this, they're doing God's work any time anybody tries to bad mouth people, you know, who are on the pro life side of the equation. They have no clue what they're talking about. They really speak at a ignorance because folks like you, you're doing an amazing thing, truly heroic, beautiful stuff. But the reason you're on right now, Jim Hardin, with.
"jim hart" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"The narran islanders islanders. Oh i thought rangers. Okay let's steer rangers. Just you just do rangers already. Said panin rangers actually thought i use it. Paren- i think mark messier. Let's that's me. Mark messier in. Brian lead further. I think of the texas right. Do we need to broaden your horizon a little bit for more. Nhl players okay. islanders now. Chris islanders who islanders. All i can think of is the fisherman logo. Yes why ireland. Manhattan i just. I just think of their their dynasty back in the early. I think it was the early somewhere in the eighties where they won like four or five cups in a row. That's what i thought of. I think like brian Was part of that team or something but anyways philadelphia who you think if drew i. Couldn't i say his name clyde roo. Yeah yeah the most underrated player of of this generation in my opinion because he's always played on a terrible team for gay james. I'm interested image. Right jim hart. I think that's carter heart. Yeah this is actually one of the few ones that. I didn't think about a player gritty. Oh gosh then angels. Best mascot. My opinion hilarious. I love him. Gay pittsburgh easy one cross crosby. Is there anybody else malkin. Maybe malkin again other easy one washington. Avi avi lovie. Yeah get atlantic boston. Chara thought a tour has well thought brown marsh. Well that's a good one to brad. Marchand wasn't good pie. I promise you no one likes you. Brad marchand just kidding. Because i don't want you to beat me up. Because i know he could buffalo bob stanley cup. I just going to take my dad's worden's in say sauber's they. They're still complaining. That the halls foot was in the crease. Twenty two years later it was a goal. Get over it or does detroit. Ooh this is a hard one. There's a lot of good detroit players. I just think bear the franchise had how they want so many times and like the span of those years on i dunno. What years were they wanna bounce. When we were young they were really good. Yeah yeah both of them. I just think of the the rivalry they had with colorado. Especially when y'all were will win. I think gore like super little. I think i was like in must have been a middle school ish. Maybe a little bit before. I still go back and watch the youtube video but have you ever seen the the big youtube video where they had a giant brawl. Oh my goodness. I mean like i think claude lemieux was involved in that patrick walshaw in like mike vernon in i mean there were blood all over the is it i mean it was one of the best rivalries in nhl history if you ask me one of the best. And that's what i thought. But i mean there's so many good detroit players now that i think about it played by what i was gonna say berg zetter. I mean there's edinburgh. There is johan franzen their sergei federov thursday. Mig lindstrom. nick lindstrom. I mean how can you not mention nicholas. Remain the same sentence as the detroit. Red wings but again. I guess it just goes to show you how good they were for a really long time florida florida panthers. Empty arenas i I thought i thought of alexander barkov second. But what i thought i was no Playoff series win since nineteen ninety-six. So y'all have been they've had that streak longer than you'll have been alive. Yeah that's unfortunate dea. Seriously.
"jim hart" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Life or someone else's forever drive sober or get pulled over by nitsa stings gonna win. The us title in a tournament held at the omni. And he's going to beat steve austin in the finals to win it Draws five thousand fans to the omni only thirty eight thousand dollars at the gate businesses just down all around and it does bring up a think a a natural follow up question there being any discussions about trying to bring the warrior in here in ninety one. I mean he's just been fired by. Vince mcmahon headline news everywhere. You just lost flare. does anybody think. Hey man maybe this is the shot in the arm we need or was there another l'enfant line of thinking oil mata been casually discussed and i don't remember it being a major topic of discussion or a meeting. Gotta make talk about the warrior. Any of the guys are on the card or the committee or Ability aware of how. Hardy western the high maintenance guy and nobody wanted to be part of that. Now you might have some barney somebody or heard could just see the sizzle and not look look. Peel the onion back and see what you're actually hired right. They may have thought it was a quick fix. Solve our problems and that would just create more problems. My opinion so I don't think it was ever discussed seriously conrad degree. I'm sure at some point somebody made. Hey what about the warrior. We get the warriors. So but i don't think anybody had a serious conversation about that. So there's some interesting half show numbers. August twenty ninth at the meadowlands through eighteen hundred august out here just to so you get a be over this eighteen hundred dollars right. Nineteen hundred paid sar eighteen hundred fans. Okay so Let's say average ticket was what twenty bucks at most six thirty six thousand dollar house. Yep the main event guys got by historically have gotten three percent of the net after taxes so you got thirty six thousand dollars. Gross you deduct the taxes. Let's say that's ten percent. I'm just throwing that number after. I don't know so you're now you're down to there to Thirty grand so you'd pay the main events event and everybody thought there demanding that nothing was drawn. Grand cut ironically stupid. I want my hands. Not tar baby So then you get three percent of that. So let's say so you're pay that night mispaid off. The house was What are we three grand and all of a sudden within about to pay to pays out of that talent pool. You don't have any money left. I mean but you got to pay got everybody something. Yeah we're making the trip so you give you know the that would get. I don't know what they are what they got. I didn't do that but the you know in my days is wwe they would get like nobody got less than five. Hundred bucks on a stinker. Even if you're even referees so everybody got paid something to keep them. Happy goes then we. We made it back on the big show. Sner plenty of big shows to do. There's no plenty of big shows here. That's exactly so that's all we had and there was no money to be paid. So guys like makita colo who saw the handwriting on the wall. There's no money here. So i could either stay on the road travel. Put all this Consternation indorama or i can't back away from for awhile. Get rid of the stress and just focusing my my business. She was the jail. You know we should mention as crazy as it sounds After this show on the twenty ninth of the meadowlands does eighteen hundred. Which jim just broke down for you. The next day there in philadelphia and they draw six hundred fifty fans. It's embarrassing and this should we. We should not even been on the road conroy. We're losing money by going on the road. Remember these men and women and people travelling add to get their hello and that would be a ticket which were would cost you some cash. So it was a loser or before you've been left atlanta. The house is gonna lose. Is they're going to lose money. Shares gonna listen money. The question is how much money is it going to lose. And that's as a business person. You can understand this better than most. That's not a world. You wanna work in where you know. You're losing money today. But you just don't know how much released. That's that's unsettling hell so this kind of we we're at today focused on television vignettes Thanks that get town over bill. The brands you'll the individual brands of the wrestlers and that let that grow and we have plenty of hours of television to do that. I gotta show friday night. We had a show on saturday after set. tvs stale. we had sunday night. We had syndication. We had twenty two hours of television to expose the talent and in the right way and that was never done because way too many cooks in the kitchen and everybody had a dog in a race dog in the hunt. Whatever you want to say and it was all politics and it was all it was horrible. It's unbelievable but the heads keep coming the next day august thirty first there in baltimore kids got in for fifty four cents and there's twenty five hundred folks attendance fifty four cents september first. The norfolk draws eighteen hundred. Even meltzer chimes and he says. I don't know how long this company can continue to operate in this manner. They've gone long. Since ask the critical point in approaching coma toes position and the doctors in charge of this patient seemingly are doing nothing but sitting there waiting for a slow brutal deaf. A wholesale change battle plans is needed. And all he's saying is more of the same but only worse He would also say although. Wcw officials are denying those ever plan to use the hunchback's there definitely was since kevin sullivan was asked to be one of them. I don't know what the status of them is right now. But jim ross denied. There were ever plans to do the gimmick This has been a joke. That has gone around for a long time. That i guess was born out of booking meeting that jim hart attended and supposedly he pitched. Well what if. We had a pair of hunchback wrestlers that way. They couldn't be pinned. Their shoulders would never touch the mat. And i think someone in the meetings said well they would just submit. I think it might have been me. Yes i got mass shoot out for. So what about semitic said. God you spoil everything useful everything that goddamn logic years. Yeah well you know. Recipes answer You know they're they. What's going on jim credit. It was ridiculous. Frankly and and there're saw the light of day we did get we get the ding dongs. There were ding dong. So yes sir they. They worked on television. I think yes sir so it was in that trailer. Ridiculous ideas was the hatchbacks hurt. Probably thought about it all weekend heard this limited knowledge of Pro wrestling what was going to work creatively..
"jim hart" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"They were foreign twelve day. The best quarterback leaks what it is. You need some good everywhere. The best teams neither balanced goodness the patriots when they were winning solid defense solid offensive line. Maybe not hall of famers on offense of line but pro bowlers. Once in a while. Or give that logan mankins one time matt light defense get that pass rusher great scheme the great quarterback yes and sometimes average wide receivers. Sometimes one superstar. So i'm not arguing with you within the the offense that the offensive line's not important. But i can tell you this. You have a great offensive line with an average quarterback and that average quarterback becomes good. You're still not winning super bowl in this day and age of football now. You're just not doing it. So it you know. Lou have rental is. He's one of the best Nhl who you said something. Yeah well he said something similar to what you said but the team. The windsor copies of teachers have the best bit three. Four and five. That's not necessarily the best goalie at obviously helps was or but you gotta have that balance and you're right so good conversation. Thanks brother appreciate it. Jim hart days. I like and saint louis good. Football player will number seventeen sportstalk seven ninety role here. James click at about forty five minutes good banter. Today's even if you disagree or go for it. It's called respectful. That's okay we don't do toxic on this show. I don't like it and we don't do it on twitter either. Mc sports talk seven hundred footing the logic illogical former pro. Sean sounds bury continues to break it down seven ninety thinking about this question. I'm wondering over the course of this modern times since the draft of the modern draft. Nfl what position has had the most success in the first round position. Yeah probably what. What's the most can't miss position in the first round that you draft. I imagine there's there's optics analytics on there there's got to be opted saying there's eight hall of famers as offensive lineman since one thousand nine hundred seventy. I'm just throwing numbers. Imagine i we focus on quarterback. But i'm wondering what position now. You get drafted in the first round but you have success right there. We're talking about a either a concept a really really good out a good career great career or a hall of fame career. I think for the most part. It's wide receiver. Seattle near beit. Biggest bus see. I would think possibly found. I found a our overall. Here's an article from twenty fifteen. They kind of went through some stuff linebacker. That's what i just said. Yeah they i i read it. It just isn't a twenty five year sample of the twenty five years before twenty. Fifteen eighty seven were drafted. The first round. Twenty three became all pros at the highest all-pro rate. Okay six point four. So there's the answer did a little google linebacker then. Safety than center was all twenty five percent or more. Got me thinking when we were talking about culture. And nick caserio and this agents and how to build a team. Chris ballard and culture and at that okay. Where does it start. The you start to say a rookie. The luke keith. Please come into fred. warner's wasn't a first round pick. I don't believe maybe. But i don't think he was. But you do your thing and you're a great you know you're you're a great player so linebacker it would seem to me. Plus there's three of them or four depending on right see more opportune. But there's five offensive linemen and so what was the other one after. Linebacker center was third safety. Who saved okay. And you know why. I believe honestly those two positions. I firmly believe this the special we you know to other positions. We have a hard time putting a hall of famers safety center. I mean you think about guards tackles corners how long it takes i mean then you get the troy polo mahler's strong safety around but when you draft that guy it's almost as if okay strong safety. What do you need a strong safety to be tremendously active. Now be a great tackler and be able to cover some inside stuff right. But i'm really not dropped me in this day and age now with nickel and dime packages and stuff draft my safety a lot of times if it's pull malo. He comes in and plays linebacker. Dan nickel and diamond. I'll bring an extra two corners in. Because i don't want i want him. Around the line of scrimmage and look at our guy on the just signed with the seahawks jamaica his bach safety is ability to go rush. The passer and timely have like yes. I guess what he's not going to do a cover many guys especially a slot quick receiver. But i'll be damn so those guys i don't want to say can't miss but last year specialization. And honestly when you draft a center in the first round. They usually end up being really good players. But i don't know why because now i mean why that happens but you're inside there and what's what's the thing. If i'm a quarterback i want my senator to be smart all good gracious out of direct traffic and then stout inside and and make sure it gets people lined up. Is it hard to have a bus there. Because i'm not trying to downplay the center. There's a lot that goes to all that stuff but they're not facing the best passers down every now and then you're going to get aaron donald or miss wolfert. Yes yes. I was just about say the best athlete in the world lease in the football world. And maybe in the world is that dude who stands outside over the tackle your and is about six four to forty out runs running backs and convinced bench. Press the team bus. That's that guy and at the center by in that guy helmet sometimes you get a w. inside but what i need for those now they got be but you ever noticed when a first round comes. When's the last time. And maybe it happens every year but it feels to me when you draft center in the first round. He starts no matter what it feels like you drive center like in the second round to or plug them in and say martin was. He writes initially. Let you start to look around. It happens on all these teams teams. I've been on you draft. A guy high up he plays. And i get it the matt burke though you just because one their smartest centers in this league now a lot of a matter of fact there are a lot of them in college in the nfl. That are directing traffic. That the young quarterbacks not there's telling you they're pointing out hot reeds for the quarter. They're calling the defensive front. Mike right for some of the quarterbacks right now. I wouldn't want that. Because i'd wanna directed as a quarterback you've been league young guy taken the pressure off those guys so yeah. It's just it's ironic. How those guys. It's feels like strong safeties for the most part. Just don't miss because the around the ball. They do what they do best. You're not putting them in a situation. Normally strong safety strong safety strong safety. And then they like to play downhill coming towards the ball Whereas you know certain at corners are backtracking and retreating slate and they're facing the great athletes on the edge. That's you're exactly right the center and say he's guarded by two guards but he's get some help as a left tackle. There's a lot of times it's it's you and the island brother gilligan's island began. Got a bunch of people with you. You know you had the running back back. Sixty five sixty five and as a running back gonna save chip chip. And when i got tunsil i didn't pay all that money. Yeah i gotta get this back out. That guy that walter jones that gary zimmerman you ain't chip are running back wasn't shipping and minnesota. When gary zimmerman was left tackle it wasn't happening. But the ability to snap the ball on the gun and to get your ashdown down and see and call blitz going kirk louder milk and certain centers. They can see the they're calling blitzes off the corner if they see a certain defense. They've studied so important position. But just hit me and we were talking about all this culture. And how do you build a strong for you. wanna be safe with the first round. Pick draft a linebacker or starting center and now if you can get the the linebackers these days. Those strong safety is like active and is a freak. Show you're rarely going to go wrong draft in that cat. yeah and it's just and then the solidify of your offensive line and who leads your offensive line. Usually the centers usually the guy doing all the talking even in lock them. They're like great leaders linebacker on defense right so linebacker position. I just wanted so. If you're winning doubt if it's like oh. I take the left though i take the running back in the first round fifteenth figuring. I'd take the the middle linebacker or outside linebackers. Instead you want to be safe take take that guy. Yeah yeah no doubt about it. Sportstalk seven ninety role. Our number four going fast. Appreciate you guys insights two seven one three two one two. Five seven ninety tyler. Mc you james click in about thirty minutes. Astros got a chance to take this series this afternoon only on youtube by the way jeff bumblebee on that broadcasts. If i'm not mistaken correct. Yeah here here is here. That's right sports talk. Seven hundred eighty. This is your best. Listen not just for the game all day long sports. Talk seven shot shots. Sean shells very this. Is the sean salisbury. Show seven ninety tyler mc you guys seven three to five seven ninety a lot. Great conversation today Football wise and baseball about what's Just from agents. And from what we're looking for and it's going to going and mc you and i we're having a conversation of while and then tyler last segment about the position. I asked you just hit me. And i said well linebacking seemed like it is was in the since for over the last from two thousand fifteen to fifteen or twenty years before that. What's the position in the first round. Did not only was the safest but produced the best players and it was linebacker. Followed by the center was third followed by Strong safety second now on the other side of it. We talked about during a break. I asked you. I said i believe that quarterback would probably this was two thousand fifteen and before would probably be the least successful in the first round and that bore out is now i would. I would say since. Let's say two Two thousand ten. What did cousins come into the league. Cousins russell wilson and two thousand twelve because he was the fourth round. Rg three was the for. Let's just say for the last decade or so eleven years twelve fourth-round hunter was the exact same year because shanahan drafted both of those guys the same draft. Okay so russell. Wilson and kirk cousins seemed to be the most successful over the last decade or so for guys were drafted. thanks. I forgot about him. He had a golf yeah. He's he's been longer than a decade again. That range right. He's with that eleven years thousand eleven was okay. So he's he's eleven years for him so there you go so he's right where we're talking about right from two thousand ten on so got feels like don's been league for twenty years and good for him but like yesterday though still watching you agreed but it just flies man in suit thousand eleven for him. I don't even know why i thought he was. Like two thousand nine two thousand ten. I thought he was earlier. Even there. you go eleven so those guys outside of first round picks are guys that come to mind successful now. You go back in time with brady montana. I'm not talking about that far back. But then i got to the point. I'm i'm curious about the the quarterback position but and you had mentioned with seems like that trend's changing the hit rates change. I went back to the kirk cousins draft andrew luck robert griffin case. So we'll go through that and we talk about success while luck retired great player. He was everything driven. Moments injury. bassey's though yeah mind you. After his main season after his and he'll be doing college football this your after his rookie season the majority of us thought robert griffin was going to be a dominant player in the league with his legs on the dominant player. All right so yes luck case. We'll go ahead. Tannehill was eighth and then draft. Well he's proving to be a star in the league days he's look he's player for. I mean maybe not completely. Because he's left that team but he overall he's a miserable amiss for miami a hit for dead. He wasn't a bad miss from. I put it this way bought enough time to see kept going with all the changes. Yeah and i get it. But he is that's a great revitalized career The other guy in that draft was the twenty second. Pick to the cleveland browns. johnny manziel. No there go another round in weeden. Oh god dip. That one didn't work out the the next year was ej. Manuel was the first quarterback off the board at number sixteen as a massive missed. That was the only quarterback in the first round that year within that twenty thirteen. Fool them he shared at twenty fourteen blake. Bortles was the first quarterback taken a number. Three d got to an afc championship game. But just just say considering where he was drafted in the first round. He's just a guy up. Next was johnny manziel. Not a guy definitely taking twenty second overall by the browns and the last one in that first round was teddy bridgewater by the vikings solid. Thirty second not a star and overcame a a brutal injury. Back injury didn't happen at teddy's a good player but solid player. Not as great as it was thinking. Okay but from it's okay but you start to think of the just over recent times. Yeah i would think has five years. So it's twenty fifteen now james. Winston was one as a hit now. He's a superstar. No but he's still in the league. He's starting he's still threw for five thousand years. He's had a good career but it's been a disappointment until he proved star. Either here or somewhere else. Marcus mariota the second behind him. That i would consider when you're the second pick miss right now. 'cause he's not starting at his other team yet either. Those the only two quarterbacks from taken in that draft in the first round so you're fifty percent well kind of twenty five percent because they both had success. James has had more success but also had some major wisey thrown while the perfect opportunity for him to change the would scenario on his career. Hits single type pets. It's not a home run. Double triple grey singing like the jury rob away get another so you think one hit wonders. That's a good way to putting. Is that what you're saying is has had more success now. Mario marianas waiting for that opportunity. And maybe he'll revitalize it like tannahill did when he came into you. My might not actually get the chance and well. It's gonna it's gonna hit him.
"jim hart" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"He also dropped this born in the USA parody about Father's Day in the N B A. In his one and only smack off call. The NBA might have had its lowest Nielsen ratings in league history. But if you take a second look Game six had the most viewers between the ages of five and 15 in television history because that game was played on the most confusing day in the NBA Father's Day. Father's Day. I asked Mom, What's the word she sets on? I think your daddy and might be Larry Bird. I said the hicks from French knickers that the man you say she said, son Bet even money. Daddy is Doctor Jin mouth, Baun in the end. Hey, I was on and and now Bone. And and and I have no idea who my daddy is. Two dead now. Kareem, Two blondes He offered Mom somehow. Oh, Lord, Don't tell me there's a chance My daddy is on Kemp. You wonder why that guy got banned. That is insane. 18 years ago. That's the type of thing you heard on this show. Willie in K C. So he was getting some writing consideration. Wow. Anyway. What's poppin Twitter? Another name that I saw a few times in the comments section was none other than Otis in Austin. Otis in Austin. Before before there was Jerome in Houston. There was this dude right here. Otis in Austin. Did you clouds take again at the LSU Women's basketball coach Sue Gunner about out accidentally changed the Ted hope she gets out of California without our David slipping under the tongue. Finally, memo to Willie Benelli and Casey. Okay, can't wait for the day. When halfway through your call of the jungle, you're exempt by 17 year old supervisor. Well, now that you've for all the clones to hair really get off the phone put on your palm of the free Bacall's Of the right. I'm Oh! Oh, You know, I sometimes say this show used to be so much better than it is right now. It was because of things like that. But times change and you can't do things like that. And nor would I want to. But I will say Otis did appear in three straight smack offs from 03205. Has not been in the big dance ever since. Shout out to Otis. Here's the name I love seeing. I don't play favorites. Scott was one of my favorite callers in the early early days, Bobby in Brooklyn. When we didn't even have like penetration in that part of the country. With the program Bobby in Brooklyn, Bobby was in to smack offs in the late nineties. Here is some of his ninth place call from 1998. You know, Jim, It's been too long years inside for our Santa this year jungle of ours. It's been too long years since I first coined the fridge. Officiate. Jungle is concrete baby as concrete rock hard just as my street back in Brooklyn off and just like that old singles, I to know that Romney wasn't built in a day. So from that, I styled myself. And I have taken my time And with each and every call that I had made in the past two years, I've been like to rip that wall down and palm oil, you punk ass clones. Now, let me tell you this. The problem with all you clones is is that you'd rather be running by praise that saved by criticism. Well, not worry, because I'm here to save you all. So you clowns better just listen to me now and remember me later when we start off with the richest of the week, Jim Hart blog. What the hell gives you a right to think that you could come in here in this field today and playing with the big boys your way out of your league, My man. Jim Harburg. I don't know. Crack you so fast and so hard with a head slap. I'm not your ass spinning back into the ground. The next number that you're going to be down is going to be called 1 800 collect a crew. 1 800 collect a clue Bobby in Brooklyn, threatening violence against Jim Harbaugh that day alone to get a life. Mom, man, Bobby in Brooklyn. He was a beauty. You know, Bobbo. Big shout out! I have no idea what happened to him. That was in 1998. Gotta love that man. What a voice. What an attitude threatening people, not just people, but Jim Harbaugh, Bobby in freaking Brooklyn. This is what the smack off sounded like in 1998. Right when we come back, I want to reset some of the old old school and some of the people that were written in these people that I'm referencing William Casey Otis in Austin body in Brooklyn. These are all writing candidates. These were not part of the top three. So.
"jim hart" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Cardinals. He was good, but he wasn't great. Jake Jake alone and now looking at the top five Mm. Okay. Okay. Kurt Warner's number two Who's number one is somebody wasn't drafted like the 19 sixties or seventies. No, you have to think a little bit about CFL US A warrant More and moons number one, Okay. Dave Craig. Yeah. Garcia is another CFL guy, right? Came over the CFL. Yep. And then the texture wrote in Tony Romo's was undrafted. Okay, That's a good answer. That is so bad, even bigger career. Yeah. Yeah. Warren Moon. Okay, Sure. I mean, he's in the hall, right? Oh, yes. So that the top two guys on that list are in the Hall of Fame? Yeah. And Rome. Oh, and there's a little bit of Ah, I don't say cult following. But there are a lot of people think Tony Roma was massively underrated. The best quarterbacks ever but never went to a Super Bowl, of course, had disappointment here and there, but It's still it's still to this day underappreciated is how good he was. I think he was very good. Um, I mean, it isn't It's funny. You know, they go from Rome, Walter Prescott. It's not Manning the lock or far too Rogers. But I thought, Yeah, I think he was very good. And I think you know there's always the great what if if he didn't have all those injuries And was able to play longer. I thought Tony Romo's one of the best quarterbacks in the league when he played, but they didn't win anything when he was down there, so I don't even know how many times I mean, I know they lost the game stops, right. They lost on the bad stand. Yeah, right, And they lost on Dez caught it in Green Bay. Okay? Yeah, okay. I forgot that one. So I was always a big fan of Rome. Oh, I think it was really talented and especially throw in. Well, what do you pay like Western Illinois or Eastern on only one of those geographical direction schools in Illinois? And an undrafted free agent. Yeah, you could shoot. I'm trying member of the guys you just named. I'd probably put him third behind Warner and Moon. I mean, I think he was better than Garcia and Craig. And Jim Hart and all these guys that you just mentioned on that list. I thought it was really, really good. My answer about which who got luckier the Penguins with Crosby or the Patriots of Brady. It's a tough one. I mean the Patriots at least You know, with Crosby, you win that lottery. It's here. You don't even do anything right? You know, sit there. He's great. Patriots were lucky to have taken Brady. But then you know, they work with him to help him the bring him along to do a lot of things. You get a ready made superstar in a drawing, and that's what the lottery tends to be that that's what make David was right. Like That was the idea behind the tank was, let's let's remove the drawings from it and get as good a players you can effectively for free and With Pittsburgh. They didn't even have to have a bad season in such a gift, right in the true, definite I guess I'm not changing my vote. But in the true definition off the word luck. Winning a lottery would be that you don't do anything. You're just you're you're sitting there waiting for your number to come up. It comes up. That is pure luck. But I just think you know, sixth round It's not like they even I mean, how much did they really think of the guy? You know if they thought he could turn out to be something Not not greatest of all time passed on him five times, right? I mean, you would think. Okay, You know what? Nobody thinks that this guy's good we do. We're going to take him in Round three. There was the first time Belichick was playing three dimensional chess. Yeah, he's that's how smart he is. He kept passing on him and other people thought. Well, This guy must not be very good. So so he was sandbagging the rest of leading to not drafted. How come doing let us and drafted this Brady can he looks good. Well, if they don't want to, We don't want a Bella. Jack's a genius. Yeah, yeah, I mean it. I get it. The lottery is purely luck. But so just Brady. I'm always obsessed about the Penguins. Freaking brave about what they got when they won that day. You and was a Brian Burke, who doesn't like talking about the Penguins model. My riding walking for the Penguins now? Yeah, You can't beat them join them just just more pure examples of why the draft lotteries. Always a bad idea. Here's no matter where you go. Here's Brian Burke, who maybe I mean he had a lot of different jobs. But is he most known for all the stuff he did to pull off the sardine stuff, and he sit there going? I'm jumping through hoops. I'm making trades. I pull up and these guys just sit there in their Ping Pong ball comes up. So I get why you would be angry about that. I started to think about it, cause I know I keep seeing highlights of that Connor bodyguard who's 15 years old And who's he gonna play for? You guys wanna hold the drawing now? I mean, we know it's gonna be a drawing. That's how it's gonna work with you stupid. It's It's stupid. It's not. It's not any smarter than giving it to the last place team. It. You know, it's there. Avery being really honest, there shouldn't be a draft. You just go sign whoever you want. And players should just be free to sign wherever they want. He should pick his. He should pick where he goes. But, of course, the CBL, you know, entry level drafts, contracts keeping salaries down cheap labor. I mean, when Connor McDavid jumped in the league, he should be making $8 million right away. But you know, the C B A keeps those salaries down and makes those guys work for it for a little while until they can hit their payday. I gotta start of the day on this discussion that I'm gonna work in before we go to break speaking of winning the lottery. Stat of the day. Brought to you by cows. The buffalo get moving with cows. A buffalo container on Wheels. Mobile storage Ren account today. 5 1933 43 Austin Matthews, Fellas. How did the least get Austin Matthews?.
"jim hart" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"NFL hardball to start 100 games or more in the answer is Jim Hart. Others have gotten hurt. Obviously, Jim McMahon would have started 100 games. Had he not gotten hurt, right? Rex Grossman wasn't good enough. Um, Mitch wasn't came in now. No one good enough. Which wasn't good enough. I mean, it is like again or not Good enough. Look, as I said earlier, you know when, when addressing. You know the comment that J will make this morning about culture. It is uncanny. You're not going to get an argument out of me that a franchise has had such a long stretch. Have an attitude with regard to that particular position. There are teams that don't have a great quarterback history or are or don't have a great history. Like even looking the Bangles. The Bangles have Kenny Anderson and it Boomer Asai innocent like I mean, you may laugh at that, but those are two really good quarterbacks. You know, I mean, like, look across of death. We have since the modern era began like we haven't. I don't think we've even had a boomer size and have we know that's the thing. Cuddy was the closest But again, he underachieved for what we thought he was going to do, and there were many reasons why we could argue about that. But But it is what it is. And this consistently. This situation consistently stinks. So if you want to say the bears don't state because they've gone to the plaice and two under the last three years, or that they were eight. Nate last year, you could take that my stinky Talking point is more about the totality of the organization. The same stinky president who decided that Bruce Arians wasn't worth hiring one who was the reigning coach of the year, the same stinky organization that chose Travis Key over my Holmes and Watson, the same stinky organization the chose pace over Chris Ballard. It's steak. It's all state. Listen, I can and I want to love my team to, um Like. Look, I can support your cause in a lot of ways as well. Jeff is correct. They're not bottom of the barrel there, not a free and 13 team. But I can go over line item with you again, if you'd like from the 2000 and 19 season in the 2000 and 20 season go through the list of quarterback led teams. If they beat in 2000 and 19 to go. Wait Nick, of course, and then go through last. Like the last two years. They've won the won three games against teams with winning records, right? And then you don't want to know another stat from last year, too. There. I told you this. There were three teams in the National Football League who lost six games in a row or worse. The Jacksonville Jaguars. They have the number one pick. To trigger the New York checks. They have the second pick and the Chicago Bears. Teams that don't stink. Don't lose six in a row. Teams that don't stink. Find quarterbacks like visits. Yes, you could go through all of this. You could say a Nate that doesn't stick. Give me a break. This team stinks. This team stinks in the short term. They stink in the big picture and all they've dropped us on our doorstep. It's bears fans, for all the support and all the loyalty and all the money that you put in is a big bag of stink. It's a big bag of stink look like it's well, Yurko said earlier. That's crap and garbage happen. Garbage. Peter in Miami, You're on ESPN 1000. What's up, Peter? What? Well, listen, I'm waiting for Friday's show for Friday's rant because these two and do they're gonna think it up tomorrow. So I'm waiting for your ass on Friday. Your understand tranq here have to wait till the season kicks off to actually verify that what they did stinks. Don't you think? Rain? Sylvie, I I had a plan to go to sample with my son like you. I've heard you're going, Yeah, that that ship has sailed once they said they signed that dolphin other kinds of tough Going to Tampa. It's a short trying for you. Why? What was it 45 hours. How long is it to Tampa From Miami. Three year half Irish half hour away. Of course, you should go. Despite your hold on a second. Despite his stinky tirade right there, he's still putting the kids. On an airplane going to watch them. I can't quit. You know, I love the only I can't. I love them too, And I can't quit them either, But I know I can't stand the hard, hard earned money in difficult times with unemployment. Go to Tampa to watch the lock this stinking bears with a commoner. That's gonna be peeing and pooping all over the place. I'm not gonna enjoy that. But if Tommy says that he's going to take his two boys, Adam of Don and Chris Black men take Yeah. And I bet, too. Then I bet they take it and put themselves quicker than a Mason and Braxton. Oh, my God. Okay, well, but anyways, whatever they do tomorrow, it's gonna have still be ranting it because if they stayed up they're going to get they're going to get for this key point to if they trade back. They're going to get what? I don't know what they're going to get there. Just gonna drive us not because they are next. The fact that Ryan Pace has a job is ISA disgraced of hard working people in this country. Thanks. Fear. Not sure I'd go that far. I appreciate his enthusiasm, but I listen. He's not a disgrace. Uhm The human being. Um I wish he would have more successfully drafted in the first round of the last several drafts, but I won't go as far as Peter 2332377 sex. So try to keep it all in perspective. We are also going to give tribute to my go is Mongo Team Mongo Week? That is coming later this hour. If you wanna weigh in on the Bears the cubs the Sox were guest free. We're waiting for you with 3323776. You're listeningto Waterland Sylvie on ESPN. 1000, Chicago's.
"jim hart" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope
"I wanna talk a little bit about The human will and drive and how that comes into play with heart because there's also that side to right like those that know me know i love football and we we. Shane and i love sports. And we love going to sporting events. And so you know when you're in a football game or something or you hear somebody talking about these man got heart. He just he goes after he tries. Really hard and i think that's the other side of heart too because you can have compassionate love and then you have also this will and this human will to want to drive yourself forward towards whatever goals it is that you have that you want to accomplish this. Let me give you an example. So for instance in my life you know. I love my family. I love my wife. I love my children. And so i work. Really hard to provide that for them The things that they need And so i have a job. And i work hard for them so that they can have the things that they want. Because i love them. So you know that's why we do things that we do because that human will drives us to want to do things for the people we love so you can kind of see a little connection there So creating an environment where you and your children to not only survive but thrive is really important. And i'm not sure that we've talked about a survive and thrive in kind of mentioned it here and there but Kinda what's that difference in in so the human will is what can help you to run another mile or try a little harder. So how does having heart. What does that mean. So having heart is the motivation to keep going areas strength and conditioning coach. Said this human will is what gets us to start a diet or get into the jim. Hart is what gets us to stay there. And so i think that's like a really good example so we have this human. Will this drive to wanna do things. But then having heart keeps us in. That moment keeps us in that particular. Time helps us to continue to move forward. I have one more quote in. Its from an unknown source But it says this. And i really liked distant. Said always help someone. You might be the only one that does anything that kind of goes back to. What chain was saying is serving others helping others You know serving the people that you love the most will help bring that heart and love and compassion to others and not just to yourself. It is important to take care of yourself. I totally agree but as.
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"jim hart" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"With things that make you smile. What numbers to now You're gonna be here for a while. I'm going for my crews will call your food. We can all day fool at the ball around. Truth plans to leave the keys. The little sees, pull the truck up front and roll up the next one. So we could steam on the winter to tell because my brother's a T bone steak, cheese Examples. Just great cover safe, all of you because in a few races the end zone that right boy, Welcome back just ends. Oh, Jamie Morrison in my Biggest basement watching my big screen television. It's a smart TV and it's a lot smarter than me. I didn't know do voice activated, but it does that is Dennis 50 and out in the Peach Mountains of Dexter, Michigan. And then there's always the polar bear himself getting it out there doing the things he does on the ones and dudes s O mat names. No man, just the kung Fu Panda, the polar bear. I'm a different locations and times Mahal the dough, Joe. I've got to put you around the world. Brother, I want you around the world We are internationally known. Yeah, we can We keep you moving around. We got Nick Bomb gotten from the athletic here, Nick. First of all, Happy New Year, Opie. I'll holidays were good. You enjoy. You got fat and happy. Hopefully and now you're ready to talk some good stuff. Who are the lions going to take in the seventh round? No, I'm joking Joke. We'll get to that. We'll get to that is Jim Hart, Are you on Jim Harbaugh watched like us. Uh, yeah. Yeah, I think everybody, um This. Your things happen in the world right now. But yeah, that's anyway. Yes, Yes, obviously, for the last several weeks and, um, months talking, you guys, we've got a going over. All of this and you know at this point It certainly seems that Um It's still a situation where it's you know, in his hands. I mean, I've been told over the weekend, Maura less the same that I've heard for several weeks now. That they're really close and really close to agreeing on. You know, parameters on this whole thing having it done, but the same time Hasn't been fined and you know Jimmy. I just always remember back to When when he was hired. And you know that that took a month. You know that took a It took a full month and I don't think people really realized then maybe what they what they would now but it took a full month and they didn't get that thing done until, like the absolute last minute. It was a last minute situation that I think he probably made his mind up on prior to But because he's Jim Harbaugh. He just takes forever on certain things like this sometimes, and I do wonder if that's what's happening. But I also don't think you can discount The fact that this is also You know, NFL's black Monday was Monday. There's you know, these jobs are open now. It would be, I think, false to say that to suggest any way that he hasn't at least surveyed. The NFL, and it hasn't at least surveyed. You know what his market would be there, but at the same time, um you know, I think that until I get like a strong indication that this is You know, radically changed. I would still expect him to sign. With Michigan or at least I would call that maybe probable, but you know, gave me with him. It's It's not guaranteed until it's done. And that's just that's just the reality of it. And I think that's where this whole thing that right now Yeah, Nick, Thanks for being a distraction with, you know, for us and everybody else from what's going on in the capital. It is crazy there. I You know, I believe what you're saying there and you know the part about which it is and everything, but you know the part about the NFL. If Jim is so stealth here that he's holding for backward, we're none of these teams. Nobody's like, well, they're considering bringing him in for anyway. There's none of that. And yet a lot of it like Because of the absence of him signing this, of course, that speculation is going to be there can he be? Could could the quirkiness and his approach? Could he be that stealth where you know he's gonna, you know, get a job with the interview or anything like that. You think that because the little inkling there Yeah, that's a great way of putting it. And no, I don't think that's not what happened with the way the NFL's covered these days. I mean, news would have. I mean, they don't the one thing I would say there is, you know, when you're interviewing other people within the league, you have to request permission. Jim's not in the league so It wouldn't have to be a formal request. But again, I mean, you know, I think that that would have I'll be leaked out of the impressive if it didn't necessarily. But, you know, I've seen people suggest that he's actively pursuing jobs, the NFL. I guess that could be subjective. Based on what you determine Active is, but I would also say, guys End of the day here to remember something that you know when you hear people say that they talked to a bunch of people who know what Jamaar was thinking. I would respond by saying that There are not a bunch of people alive on planet Earth who know what you were thinking. I don't think that numbers as high as people seem to think it is. It never is. It's always very small number. You know, we say this all the time. And sometimes people believe us and sometimes they don't but That's very real. He's very different. Doesn't have an agent right? Doesn't doesn't work in the normal norms that you see from coach doesn't operate that way. Just doesn't do it. So it's different and it's hard for people and I understand it to sort of wrap their head around it, and then it's like you said. You know the fact that it's not signed. I can understand why you know why it would lead to speculation and you know, I can. You know the timing and everything else. Maybe maybe there's more to it there. I don't know that. I don't think that, but it's It's certainly possible that it's one of those things where you know having it not signed. Allowing it, You know, on Michigan's end, allowing it to go this far into this year. I'm not talking about even passed the season. I'm talking into 21 into the start of the seat up start of the year. A lot of it to go that far. That was the risky ran if you if you let If you let Jim take something into the 11th hour, he's gonna do it and he's not going to do it at the speed that you probably want to do is just how we operate. So Um again and tell, you know he could find it any minute, I suppose. Or maybe he could change his mind. I mean, ultimately, it's up to Jim and that's you know what it's always been, but it's hard. I know for people to sort of sort through all of the things that people sort of throw out there, but You know, all that we reported so far is that you know exactly what we reported. I mean, it's been they've been close and talked about it. It's been his preference to return. But nothing was promised to guaranteed. And until it was signed, and then you know, you never know. You're listening to Nick Bomb gardener from the athletic Nick on. You know what? I appreciate everything you just said, and everything like that..
"jim hart" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Is I? I wish you know. They announced that he came back. I would really like, pretend to sit down. With some media. I should say some media, you know, the core group of media it really You a question answer. And you know they don't have to get personal and you know you pick away at him, but just, you know, just figure out the direction. You know Some of the things that went wrong, how they're gonna fix up houses just feel you have to give away all the secrets. But just to be kind of naive and just kind of the way that he's kind of, you know, Firstly, as far as not want the answer. I don't think that it does himself any favors. So if he did come back, you know he would have toe Kind of reach this thing out to the media, but he'd also more importantly, have to reach it out to the fans. Start to kind of bring them back in, you know and get them to buy back in. I think I just announcing him as a coach coming back. That's not gonna do for most fans, you know, because he's gonna have to prove another field. But I think he could go a long ways you know, kind of, you know, shouting up his his, you know. His image a bit, you know, and bring himself back toe. You know cattle. You know the guy that you know when he came in here as a legend right now. I mean, he's a bit tarnished and I'm not certain that could happen. Maybe you guys would know if something like that you know would be possible. He thought it would balk at it and say is too busy and got to do a bunch of things. I think that's just Avoiding, you know, kind of what's going on. And, you know, just kind of being him. You know, just how he is, but hopefully maybe it would be something that you know Ward could strongly suggest to him that, you know. Hey, let's go out there and try to make some goodwill out of this. You know, you gotta until you know Hill to climb here and You're gonna kind of need everyone on board, but I just like to hear your thoughts. Well, I I agree with you on the Lions thing. Uh, there's so much bad blood for Jim Hardball. If he were to say I'm out of here, I'm going to coach. I'm going to coach for the pros and he would take the line's job. It kind of is reminiscent of Matt Millen when he comes back to town, and he calls football games. I mean, people hate that. Well, they hate that building because it didn't work out as a general manager. That's why they didn't really hate the higher Actually, it was a good idea to you know, go on. Nobody hates Jim Hart. No one hated the Jim Harbaugh high. You know, I think that was the greatest guy ever. Well, to me. It was a right, but now it's changed. I think the comparison would be like John Beeline. I don't think people were Michigan fans were upset that he wanted to go to the pros. I went to the Cavs. If you know what's in the Pistons. I would've been upset about that. I didn't want it like you know, it was. It would be like being upset. I wouldn't live got you where you want it. There are some Michigan fans who really believe in Jim Harbaugh. Even after through all this, they think he's the best guy for the job. And if you're a Lions fan who are in your backyard, and you're having a coach that you believe in, go to the lions, you know you're you're crossing lines that just and I think that's what Terry's point is, and you're a swell. It's just It's too hot of a situation. You'd be better off to go somewhere else. I don't think you got to be yourself as a head coach, and even when Jim came in, and he was the Grand Slam higher People were myself included. I was trying to get him to like, you know, say something about Ohio State. He was sticking to the script he was always talking about. He's not gonna win any media awards or fans awards. He's up there and, you know he's not changing his ways. He's gonna be about the process and you know nobody's gonna be sitting around like, Oh, man, Jim. I'm really behind him now because of what he's saying in the news conference because he's being fan friendlier. Media friendly Now there's no way that even if word suggested it to him, you know he's not like put a smiley face on and entertain. You got a guy would get it done on the field. People like him. I just think that Terry's right if Jim Hardball, does a fireside chat and sits down and talk to the folks, I think he could persuade a few people this week. Hey, we got it wrong. And now we're going to turn the corner. We'll get it right. He may not win everybody back. You actions speak louder on the field. He's not. He's not. I get wait before you say is not going to do that. He may do it. He just may do it in a fact in any Let's say, height, video or something like that to get people back. Interested in Michigan football Because look, there's a lot of turn it in that we got to go to a break. But, Eric, Hold on. We'll get right back. We'll get right to you first, because you know, we're just having fun. Hey, I haven't heard with anybody got for Christmas yet. You don't get your Christmas presents. Did you guys not get anything Did you get for you guys bad? You've got a lump of coal Did, huh? Anyway, we'll be right back. You're listening to the end zone. This is the end zone. Hello the tune in app so you can take the ticket wherever you go Listen in Ann Arbor and beyond sports Talk 10 50 w T, CA and Harbor a cumulus station. This is Tiki Barber with the CBS sports Minute sponsored by Lexicon, software and services to help build better law firms..