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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:18 min | 4 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Fdic we welcome you back and we mentioned before we came on as we were coming on about the latest from usa today. Another blockbuster in the publication today by our next guest kenny. Jacoby under the heading. Lsu athletic director in minister claims years harassment and retaliation after reporting less myles. kennedy kobe. Joining us now kenny. Thank you very much before we even start I read earlier today. That you and your team That had been working on these stories Have won a very prestigious investigative reporter national ward And i know you're not in this to win awards. But i'm sure you have to be gratified that you are being recognized as opposed to being harassed by angry fans. It certainly feels good thank you. Well let's talk about this latest because this to me Goes to a different level. Let's talk a little bit about sharing lewis that person that you quote in here. She's the associate athletic. Director for football recruiting She stole in that position. And then i would like you to go through exactly what she told you. Yes so sharon still is in the same position. She's at associate athletic. Director for football recruiting and She is preparing to file a series of lawsuits against her bosses. Against lsu board of supervisors against taylor porter law firm in baton rouge The former president f king alexander and just the slate of other people Who she says have retaliated against her harasser and abused her Ever since she reported less miles for sexual harassment Eight years ago Less miles was obviously accused of sexually harassing student. Workers who worked for sharing lewis and sharon says that miles himself And other people in her office Basically engaged in this year's long retaliation against her over the fact that she reported issues. Can you there's some pretty inflammatory Incidents that that you recall in this article not asking you. It's a too long. I mean we would spend the rest of the day going through the entire article but in terms of some of the most serious things that she alleges. Which would you discuss those with our audience. Yes so so. Sharon said that since basically less miles first week on the job He was pressuring her to sexualize her staff of student workers and specifically To replace a black workers on herself with blonde white workers With large breasts and When he when she would rebuff his efforts he would get other people on the staff to pressure her into Doing the same thing And ultimately he decided that he was gonna take matters into his own hand and start personally interviewing Them himself at night. This turned out to be a disaster right away according to sharon She says that miles she had workers coming to are saying that miles asked about their sex life and interviews asked one of them even and then it wasn't that long after that That student workers started coming to her and saying that miles had sent them inappropriate text messages and made inappropriate sexual advances toward after that After there was this investigation. Done by the taylor porter law for that exonerated miles except found his behavior to be inappropriate. Just not prohibited sexual harassment under the law. She says that miles continue to try and pressure her into high. You know hiring white blonde workers to or staff to attract the ball players and that when she would report these issues to people in the office her supervisors They would basically tell her to go. Get another job somewhere else to just deal with miles And it got to the point where some of them were verbally abusing her Some of them were Trying to undermine her she said that wasn't she was running for The president of the athletes alumni association Her boss verge ause berry Told staff board members not to vote for her Try to prevent them from giving her all the powers of the presidency And just as recently as this fall she said That oz berry told her she would never get promoted because woodward is is boy and he would never meet with her now scott woodward for those who are confused in this story he is the new athletic director not new. He's been there a year and a half maybe two years by now and he replaced. Joe alita Let me read a comment that you got from her. And i want you to talk about this for a second. This is in your article today. And this is from mrs lewis. And she says this. I'm quoting out. They get to lie and they get to admit that they lied and come back to work. I mean it's about. We've got to set a standard there. And that's all and you write that. She was deny pay raises. Promotions ridiculed in front of her co workers told to find another job when she complained and she did suffer a breakdown she's still. she's still working there though right. She is still working there and she plans to continue working there She's saying in that comment. I believe What she's referring to is the fact that she said she had been instructed for her entire almost twenty years working there that she was to report any sort of title nine related issue to miriam. Seager and verge is berry to people who are supervisors But she didn't learn until much later that those two weren't always reporting things that she would report to them onto the title nine office so they would sort of die out her supervisor level So i think that is one aspect of what she says is is lying on their parts. Another part is that Share and lewis is the only person to have ever been disciplined by lsu for not following the title nine policy despite the fact that she had been reporting miles reporting retaliation by her bosses and reporting different athletes and allegations against them When she was going through a entitled nine investigation into her for not following that policy she said that verge ause berry. And miriam seager both told the investigators that she hadn't reported any incident to them Miriam ziegler went so far as to say she had never reported any title nine instant to them.

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"If it's dry phil. Who is in nashville nashville ephron. Hey how you doing today sir. We are fantastic pile them ask you something. This probably can answer by. This won't get your opinion on what you think is right now. We really know we don't know anything right about this. Lsu what do you think that this could end up. Maybe just maybe get a death penalty there lsu like they did cmu. I'm just curious what do you think about that. I do not know in your right right now. I think it's a very prickly case. But i've yet to see anything that will tie the university. I mean there has to be more. That would have to come out before you could get to that right right now. I think they're clearly has been mismanagement. And i think it's going to be interesting and i want you to listen to kenny. Jacoby here in a couple of minutes because what he has to say i think. We'll broaden the focus on on this issue but the these allegations are serious and they're ugly. But i don't know how the nc double a. is going to tie it all together to even come down with sanctions let alone the death penalty. I think. That's not even on the table on the coaches being in trouble because they come down with trump right. Now you've already had a An independent law firm Thoroughly investigated and the only thing. That's the only thing. The only thing that has happened are two people have been suspended for twenty one days thirty days and they're both back at work. i think. I think it'll be interesting to see whether these two individuals remain but whether they remain or not. I know it's important to them and their families but the if that's as far as it goes then the this case will go away but let me let me just allow guest to comment i. Because he's the one doing the investigating. I'm sitting behind a microphone with my feet propped up. Thanks for the call appreciate it. We're up against the bright mortar calm. And i mentioned kennedy jacoby will join us from usa. Today he is right around the corner and we hope you'll stick around with us. You're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast. Do.

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:19 min | 5 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the Midwest, we're gonna bring you up to speed on it now regarding Kansas head football coach Les Miles and allegations that were leveled against him from his time with E L as you tigers to bring up speed. Here's Kenny Jacoby from U. S a today when he was on the Paul Finebaum show earlier this week. Talking about the allegations. Les Miles was accused of sexually harassing at least two if not three, or more student workers who worked in the athletic department. Um, he Essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked. And what we learned today is he had a preference. Toward blond, Um women with large breasts who were, you know, particularly attractive. He wanted this as a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school. A Zafar is the sexual harassment. What we what we learned? Is that he you know, when he was hired these young women he sometimes offered them. Toe help their careers later later down the line after they graduated and then kind of turned that into a more personal relationship with them, and then ultimately, one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car. One of the other students that was mentioned in this report today, said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him on This had such a profound impact on her that she basically upped and left. Now, Kenny Jacoby from U S A today continue. This is again from the Paul Finebaum show earlier this week regarding allegations against Les Miles regarding now athletic director Joel Eva and the thought process with Alice us to what they should do with miles after they became aware of these allegations. The athletic director found his conduct so disturbing back in 2013 that he said he thought they could fire him over it with cause But instead they Essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it gave him a private letter of reprimand and made him attend counseling but then kept him around for another three years until he started losing games. So I mean, if that doesn't tell you who really, you know, has the power and the influence at that university. Then it's hard to say what does And then Friday. James University director of Athletics. Jeff Long releases the following statement on Les Miles, which is where, of course, Miles is coaching. Now, quote today I placed head football coach Les Miles on administrative leave as we conduct a full review to determine the appropriate next steps. We are reviewing the House Blackwell report released today by Ellis you following yesterday's release of the Tailor, Porter report. Past two days have been the first time that we have had access to either report and quote. He's Myron Metcalf. I'm Joe 14 ball. This is Game day on ESPN radio. Myron, What do you make of all this? Giving Miles has done it, Kansas? Yeah. I don't think he'll come back. I mean, he can't come back. They can't bring him back. And I don't know if that's a firing that some sort of financial deal between the two sides. He can't coach another game in Kansas, and he won't But the bigger issue here is that when you're a powerful coach in the position at Les Miles was in people will protect you because they want to win. Above all I would like to believe If these allegations are true against Les Miles, that if our co workers if the God next door if the person who works in a grocery store if the teacher at your Children's school if they were accused of these things, I'd like to believe that they be penalized and probably removed from their jobs because there's no place for the behavior that he has been accused of. He's a football coach, and we know that those guys are the most powerful people, especially in a town like that in Bruges into me, Joe. This is Maura about enabling, enabling, enabling until something like this happens and schools do it time and time again. They protect someone like Les Miles they hold on as long as they can to try to bury things underneath the rug. At the expense of women every time by the way, and then they say, Okay, we're gonna figure it out. We're gonna counselor. We're gonna do this and that and then something like this happens. They just don't learn their lessons. Because winning is bigger than everything, And I think that's the situation that you have with Les Miles. He's 67 Joe. I mean, So has he been doing this his entire career? If these allegations are true, they're a lot of reasons to think. What did ls you really know? And who should be held responsible because that ain't just Les Miles. The Golden role. He who owns the gold makes the rules and when it comes to owning the golden College football, that would be the boosters. They would be the decision makers, the influencers who are going to get what they want. Very difficult as you mentioned to get rid of someone when you're winning. Gonna be much easier for Kansas to get rid of Les Miles now, because they ain't winning. They don't win with Les Miles. He carries very little value to that organization to that university. That football program with Les Miles they don't win without Les Miles. They don't win. Easy to move on. But then when you go to unless you like you mentioned They were winning. So now all of a sudden, we've got tough decisions here. Do we want to keep winning? Keep making money, keep drawing interest and try to find a way to sweep this under the rug or not. That's the message it sends doesn't make it right by any stretch of the imagination, but that's the reality. Of the situation. We see this time and time again like you've seen Bobby Petrino, right? Arkansas is one of those programs that just struggles and then suddenly here comes between. Oh, they're winning games. No one wants to give up that good feeling. No one wants to give up that attention that winning that money that success So that didn't sweep it under the rug, try to keep it quiet. But ultimately here's where we are, and it's gonna happen time and time again, right? You and I have been doing radio, maybe for 67 months. We've had stories like this were doing radio 67 months and now you and I will have another story just like this that will be discussing on air. Yeah, especially if it involves an influential figure like a less mouth. What's critical to me about the report? Is. There are so many people around him who are saying we gotta do something. This guy was not allowed to be around his female employees like they were taken all of these little steps to say. All right. Maybe if we separate him from the people where he's having these challenges, things will be okay. Well, no, that's backwards because those individuals are still vulnerable, and that's what usually happens. You have situations where You know, a young woman in this case left saying that she couldn't take it anymore. Didn't want to deal with it. And Les Miles continues gets another job. How do you hire if you're Kansas by the way, and not know what's going on? That's gonna be the conversation too. If you're Jeff long. What did you know? Really going into this thing? Did you understand? There is a report out there. Did you know something was coming down the line or did you ignore it? Because if that's the case, it ain't gonna be just Les Miles who loses his job at the end of this It might be one of those situations where a program like Kansas, which is completely irrelevant when it comes to football and loses on such a regular basis, has a shot at a guy like Les Miles. There's no background check..

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:01 min | 5 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"But I'm very intrigued. All that and more. Also, the threads. Air fire. Let's Please acknowledge that this'll is SportsCenter all night Now. Here's Christine Williamson. Reds are fire. That's right. We have a lot to get to know NBA basketball games, but still some basketball shot shooting happened happening during the NBA All Star break. Of course, we can always work a quarterback conversation and because the NFL drama don't stop, but let's start with something that is very disturbing, coming out of the world of college. Football. It's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless and a 2013 and 2013 an internal investigation out. Ls you accused former football head coach les miles of inappropriate behavior toward female students but did not find that miles had sexual relationships with any of the women, according to an investigative report. That was released by the university on Thursday, according to the report that was first reported on by U. S. A today and then obtained by ESPN. Miles who is the current head football coach at Kansas, was accused of contacting female students via Facebook and text meeting them off campus alone and kissing at least one of them. That scratches the surface of what was in the report. Here's Kenny Jacoby from U. S. A today on what was all in the report last miles was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three, or more student workers who worked in the athletic department. He Essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked. And he what we learned today is he had a preference. Toward blonde women with large breasts who were, you know particularly attractive? He wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school. Assed, far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that he you know, when he was hired these young women he sometimes offered them Toe help their careers later later down the line after they graduated and then kind of turned that into a more personal relationship with them, and then ultimately, one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car. One of the other students that was mentioned in this report today, said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him on This had such a profound impact on her that she basically upped and left. Jacoby joined the Paul Finebaum show on Friday. As I said the report was in 2013, Miles, coach that Alice you until 2016. How exactly does something like that happen? Meaning times weighs in to me. This story is about the schools. It's about Les Miles who is a creep. I feel pretty comfortable saying that, But when you really lay out the timeline and consider what happened, And then what happened next, it becomes about the institutions that Protected him. I mean, we've got a guy who was the highest paid employee in the state of Louisiana and now Kansas Racing coach who is being incredibly accused of harassing female students who admit to having inappropriate contact, though he disputes the kissing part so much so that in 2013 After this report comes out, Ellis you says, Hey, you cannot be alone. The female student workers. I just want to let that sit the highest paid most prominent employee in a public education system. We thought you can't be alone with female students..

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LSU Mishandled Women’s Complaints Against Les Miles, Players

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:48 min | 5 months ago

LSU Mishandled Women’s Complaints Against Les Miles, Players

"We've had quite an opera quite an afternoon Talking about the situation with with less miles. And i do I think before we get to our next guest. It might not be a bad idea to to go over some of this and we had Kenny jacoby on earlier he is the reporter who broke most of the this with his Fellow colleagues at at usa today and it's a confusing story. We'll try to piece it together with you as simply as possible too long reports over almost one hundred and fifty pages so we ask kenny. How involved where the board of supervisors that's the board of trustees and lsu they signed off on Less less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And and that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking today to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now in until it appeared in a national newspaper. What exactly we asked kenny worthy accusations against less miles less miles was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and any what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turn that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and left. The big headline of the day involves joel He is athletic director. Who wanted to fire miles. But ultimately he did not the athletic director who found his conduct so disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and made them attend counseling by then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what does and finally we ask kenny. How widespread were the problems these problems. Lsu were pervasive and not just limited to members of the football team or or athletic department. There was a neglect For for providing the proper and appropriate resources to be able to handle sexual assault and domestic violence complaints appropriately There is severe understaffing But when they did even you know process complaints often they would result in basically slaps on the wrist. You know students who'd been found responsible for rape Being allowed to stay on campus under probation so that that was earlier there reporter. We just got through talking to Kanye jacoby is is out with a new story with his team and he telegraphed this when we talked to him but the the new story involves students at lsu there they seem to be about the only folks outrage columnists or calling for miles to be fired at kansas. I mean that's not gonna matter so he's only he's only won three games there. I'd calling for the athletic director to be fired. They're both of them probably will go. I don't think they can be able to withstand the heat but according to a kenny latest in usa today the students on the lsu campus are very unhappy so far the school is announced to administrators. Will face suspensions for their failure to report but students are now saying that that is not enough The co founder of the student group tigers against sexual assault saying there's a myriad of people who need to be disciplined. You can't recognize that you've failed. And then keep everything the same and keep the status quo Lsu has launched it lsu launched this investigation. Not because of something they they felt needed to be rectified. They launched it after the reporting by usa today and in the world and forty eight page investigative report revealed today they pretty much acknowledged that

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Independent investigation finds that LSU routinely mishandled allegations of sexual misconduct

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:48 min | 5 months ago

Independent investigation finds that LSU routinely mishandled allegations of sexual misconduct

"We've had quite an opera quite an afternoon Talking about the situation with with less miles. And i do I think before we get to our next guest. It might not be a bad idea to to go over some of this and we had Kenny jacoby on earlier he is the reporter who broke most of the this with his Fellow colleagues at at usa today and it's a confusing story. We'll try to piece it together with you as simply as possible too long reports over almost one hundred and fifty pages so we ask kenny. How involved where the board of supervisors that's the board of trustees and lsu they signed off on Less less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And and that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking today to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now in until it appeared in a national newspaper. What exactly we asked kenny worthy accusations against less miles less miles was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and any what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turn that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and left. The big headline of the day involves joel He is athletic director. Who wanted to fire miles. But ultimately he did not the athletic director who found his conduct so disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and made them attend counseling by then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what does and finally we ask kenny. How widespread were the problems these problems. Lsu were pervasive and not just limited to members of the football team or or athletic department. There was a neglect For for providing the proper and appropriate resources to be able to handle sexual assault and domestic violence complaints appropriately There is severe understaffing But when they did even you know process complaints often they would result in basically slaps on the wrist. You know students who'd been found responsible for rape Being allowed to stay on campus under probation so that that was earlier there reporter. We just got through talking to Kanye jacoby is is out with a new story with his team and he telegraphed this when we talked to him but the the new story involves students at lsu there they seem to be about the only folks outrage columnists or calling for miles to be fired at kansas. I mean that's not gonna matter so he's only he's only won three games there. I'd calling for the athletic director to be fired. They're both of them probably will go. I don't think they can be able to withstand the heat but according to a kenny latest in usa today the students on the lsu campus are very unhappy so far the school is announced to administrators. Will face suspensions for their failure to report but students are now saying that that is not enough The co founder of the student group tigers against sexual assault saying there's a myriad of people who need to be disciplined. You can't recognize that you've failed. And then keep everything the same and keep the status quo Lsu has launched it lsu launched this investigation. Not because of something they they felt needed to be rectified. They launched it after the reporting by usa today and in the world and forty eight page investigative report revealed today they pretty much acknowledged that

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:53 min | 5 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We're back second hour. We spend a lot of time in the first hour. Talking about the news from lsu today in case you missed it. We had kenny jacoby on. We'll be talking about this story all afternoon. Long as we talked to some of the great legends of the sec. We ask any you. Kobe how involved were the board of supervisors at lsu. They signed off on Less is less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking to today at said to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now until it appeared in a national newspaper that was earlier today. With kenny jacoby I wonder there were so many interesting things. We'll keep recapping this for those of you getting on. But i also asked him about joa. Lieber the athletic director who according to the report wanted to fire less miles after the allegations but they kept him until we started losing. The athletic director found his conduct. So disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and and made them ten counseling but then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So i mean if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what us and what exactly kenny were. Those accusations against less miles less miles. was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and he what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that the he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turned that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and left kennedy jacoby usa today part of the team that has broken the story We will circle back to that story a little bit later on right now. Let's get back to our calls. It eight five five two four two seven two eight five coming off of his first round. Knockout bama nick. I'm an returns to the show. Mercy paul was that was A dusty makino at them. I appreciate them in lemon knicks. My friend and and paul lsu story is getting a little bit bigger and bigger and bigger. But that's not why i call. I really wanted to his quarterback in alabama's gonna be but you know you can save that till it's and it's a it's a it's at six eleven kid you you. You were talking with the last Broadcaster in in news talking about the broadcasters young guys and that kind of thing maybe think about you your contract with espn right correct and And are you allowed. I know you do a lot of. Espn you know Interviews those kinds of things with various under shows with the network. Are you allowed to maybe go out on your own. As as just paul finebaum analysts with different networks. And that kind of thing. Are you able to do that kind of thing on your own. Well maybe as part of the current contract no No but i mean i mean you you you sign agreements with companies and you you prioritize. What is important to you at the time. But but There are always things that can be put into a contract When you are negotiating one. I mean i. I just knew that there's other networks out. There do the the college game in different sports and i was just wondering if they decided they wanted to call you on. If you could just answer the phone and do it. I mean y- i'd been on other shows. Dan patrick for instance It's part of a different clear. That when i go on and show that i i don't go on without running it past my bosses and they're usually pretty i mean there's there's one or two things That they prefer me not to be part of but they're pretty. They're pretty easy going. Oh they understand. The value of the property bandstand. Well give me a call off the air. We'll have a great weekend. Thanks oh yeah one thing. I've learned over the years. Don't discuss Contractual matters in public. i've done in advertently before it's never worth it More of your calls at eight five two four two seven two eight five. let's check in with carless. Who is up next. Hey carlos um without mr five powell we are doing great how are you. Hey mom pretty good you know the. Nfl is a quarterback care of going on during the off season. And i would like to come in defense to one quarterback. Nick plays with the new york. Jets germ in this. Yes sam darnold far. Do you recall what school he went to. Sam went to. Usc thank you and they've got come one of the best graduating class..

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Kenny Jacoby talks about the investigation into the LSU athletics department

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:15 min | 5 months ago

Kenny Jacoby talks about the investigation into the LSU athletics department

"We spend a lot of time in the first hour. Talking about the news from lsu today in case you missed it. We had kenny jacoby on. We'll be talking about this story all afternoon. Long as we talked to some of the great legends of the sec. We ask any you. Kobe how involved were the board of supervisors at lsu. They signed off on Less is less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking to today at said to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now until it appeared in a national newspaper that was earlier today. With kenny jacoby I wonder there were so many interesting things. We'll keep recapping this for those of you getting on. But i also asked him about joa. Lieber the athletic director who according to the report wanted to fire less miles after the allegations but they kept him until we started losing. The athletic director found his conduct. So disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and and made them ten counseling but then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So i mean if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what us and what exactly kenny were. Those accusations against less miles less miles. was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and he what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that the he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turned that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The following saturday and that ad that was my production of something that would go viral long before we ever knew about anything being viral in broadcast talking to talking to make hubert here the voice of the gators for more than thirty years. Msc a we as fans love our broadcaster to be for us now. You've done a lot in your career. Various stops you've done a obviously major tournaments in the ncw included is. Is there a line that you walk trying. Not and i don't mean this disparagingly toward larry munson who we all love but being just you know fanatical screamer versus. How do you walk a line being being the voice of the gators number one you have to be your own personality and really the people who know me would say that. He's mixed very quiet. I i'm a different person. I'm kind of introverted off the air. But when i get that headset on that microphone But it's a byproduct of listening to the harry carries the jack brick houses. Then those guys. And jim durham and they got excited. They got energized. and yes. You're rooting for your team. But you also have to give credit to the opponent because not everything you do is great and everything. Chief is lucky. It's not like that at all. And i've been criticized in the past for sometimes getting too excited for opponents and i'm thinking wait a minute if you tune in long enough. You'll know that. I'm rooting for the florida gators. They paid me. But by the same token i appreciate a good play and i appreciate it homework. i i know a lot of guys that do a nice job on saturday and football and they'll do a lot of study but i'm thinking how much better would you be if you just invest your time and doing all well. I like to call the great work. Do the little grunt work on monday through friday. It's all an investment in you and then on saturday you can kind of be a fan and therefore you can get involved fan. Enjoy the game because the work has already been done. And you know where everything is on your charts and you just kind of call it but you have to be your own guy like i said i borrowed stolen if you will. Dick enberg sold mine. I met big bird you know. And he's he signed off on it a gracious man to me and everything like that and and So i took that from him. But but you can't you can't try and be somebody else you just have to be yourself and You know. I grew up listening to those guys that that that that call the cubs the cubs. You know The bears the bears. And so i always talk about the gators i. I'm not a we day. Us them guy had no problem with people using that. In fact i walked people. I could use that and the reason i could use that. Because i'd being paid by the gator so us is is my company so to speak but but i go by florida and by the gators and and yet i leave no doubt as you know. I'm rooting for for our team. But i've also been very blessed ball over the years really to have a lot of people from other teams from seminole fans from miami fans georgia fans and say you know We don't we don't like the gators but we like listening to you You know we don't like you winning but like listening to side. The i took that as a compliment that people want to have a guy. that's that's knowledgeable and entertaining and an enthusiastic and they hope he's calling their team's games making the remaining moments. Is there much difference between when you began doing this even before the gators and now because every everything's on television everything is is so different than it was when you began. Yes you know. The thing about is now. When i was back in dayton i was doing division one basketball the dayton flyers but division. Three football the dayton flyers there were non scholarship football. So small time football was dayton and wittenberg dayton and ball wallace and back in those days in the early eighties I viewed every dayton wittenberg game like was have state michigan. I had that mindset that this is the biggest game there is because. I'm doing it today. So that stayed with me all these years that you know this is the biggest game and and and you have to have that because like you say so. Many people now are watching television. I don't think radio will ever go with play by play. Radio never go away. But it's certainly not the emphasis. It was when i was eight or nine ten years old and and you know i love made this comment to that. I'm glad i am my age and not necessarily thirty five or forty five. Because i don't know what the industry is going to be like twenty years from. Now we've gone through this pandemic paul. I haven't traveled to a road game since march twelfth last year natural yesterday tournament. Home games in the in the in the swamp of basketball games in the o'connell center but everything else including sundays basketball game at tennessee. I'll do it in the studio And i've enjoyed that and we've handled that with the with the crowd noise ambient sound it makes it sound like we're there but it's not the same and i wonder if that'll be a new pathway in the future saving money you can get it done. You went to travel all that. And so i i i would hate to you know. I've traveled enough. I've done a lot of traveling. So at least if i don't travel again you hey okay. I've had a lifetime traveling but for the young guy. He may never get to experience some of the things that i did because i think the industry is changing and i think some things were changed out of necessity due to kobe. Other things for change out of convenience and they may never go back to where they once worth. What an absolutely delightful conversations has been with mccoubrey. I hope you'll come back there so there. There's a thousand more questions i have. And what will we schedule when you're not when you're not doing one of the things that you're broadcasting thank you so much for coming by All the very very best thank you. I've enjoyed it anytime thank you. Wow that was the thank you. That was incredible just Just to listen to his experience. We'll take a break Coming back with more of your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five. We'll have the some other broadcasters as well and we're often running here on a friday afternoon you're listening.

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Listening to the paul finebaum show. Podcast we walk me back being. A broadcaster doesn't necessarily equate to being a supreme court justice for life but the university of florida has had two men in recent history. How about seventy or eighty years served an enormously long period of time. There was a man that Served for more than forty there was an interim and then along came mick hubert who joins us now he he has been there more than thirty years First of all i. I can't thank you enough for dropping by today. We we thought we would talk about some radio voices especially the young guys on the block like you good afternoon. Well thank you paul. I appreciate being on with you. And you know i never really thought about supreme court justice but i know just a select company of people who have been here in this position and of course oldest bogs for forty years and red barbara initially A couple of seasons back in the late thirties so in a very good position for me to be in being from florida actually growing up in the chicago area so You know we came in one thousand nine hundred nine. We've never left. I know that there's a. There's a cliche question here somewhere. Like what's the secret to holding on that long other than maybe doing memorable calls and and having fans gravitate around you but You you've had to deal with a lot of a lot of change. I really have. And you know when when when i got the job. We were dayton ohio and That's where i worked for ten years before so we came down here and not knowing anybody. We've you barked on that eighty nine season. I got to see him as smith play and then midway through the year galen hall is fired in a couple of weeks later i think well it started the basketball. Season's coming in norm. Sloan is fired. And there's a major investigation going on here. Death penalty left death penalty right. I remember telling my wife. I said well i think we can be okay in baseball. You know and In and lo and behold unfortunately we got a young man in march of that year one thousand nine hundred ninety and denver came out of surgery. Boston life in hospital so that was my first year and and then Like to say you know. History intervene. Because steve spurrier got hired around what others around new year's eve of the following year and lon kruger came in and then all of a sudden we restored justice so to speak. We started winning championships. And i think that's the answer to your question when you have good teams and they win games and you're just lucky to be sitting there calling the games. It makes life a lot easier. So i've been very blessed paul to be able to watch national championships in football basketball and call one in baseball. So it's it's been great. Where would. Where would i go. Why would i wanna go anywhere else. I remember i was in birmingham at the time Flipping around trying to get get the kentucky florida kentucky game. I think it was ninety. Three and i heard your call which became famous But is it calls like that. That was the famous during touchdown. that helped cement Your your reputation. Because those are i mean you. You had some many famous calls but but that was the one that that stood out in the early part of your career. All it really. Does you know. I grew up. You know in the mid west listening to jack buck and harry carey in in in and Jack brickhouse in the late jim. Durham called the bulls games. So that's what i always wanted to do. Time of seven or eight years old. I always tell people you know. It's not brain surgery i didn't. I didn't long to be an astronaut or physicists. Or anything like a sports caster and everybody said well you know if you're gonna be sportscaster you better have some famous phrase or something i said. I don't know i don't know how to do this. So you know we heard. Hey from jack. Brick house and holy cow from harry carey and then You know a buddy of mine. When i went to college only state. He went out to the west coast in los angeles and Started sending me tapes of dick enberg called the los angeles rams games on. Kabc radio in los angeles in dick was using. Oh mine i thought you know that could be it for me. I mean that's that's it now. I have a different inflection on that. And i'm kind of a radio. Caller he was more of a tv guy. So that there's a different emphasis on that but You know. I got that and So i start embarked on doing games. But as i like to say you know the first year i i did the games here We have all that turmoil and if people always wanted to know we'll Where where's where's david steel. David had gone on down the orlando magic. Still does the magic today. So the second was oh yeah. That's right we got a new guy the third year. Yeah mark. Herbert is here. Oh yeah okay. Yeah and then. The fifth year going touchdown also night. I got on the map after five. Years is the voice of the gators. But it took a play like that An improbable play. Because paul in that game i think we still hold the record The ncaa record for throwing seven interceptions in a game and still won the game. So i mean danny were full through. I think three and terry dene through four and we won the game on it and to to chris during and so that that was the call in and then next week again. This was all way back when you know back in the day. And keep jackson got a hold of that and and and talked about it on the abc game of the week..

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:52 min | 5 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Reaction to the less mile situation at eight five five two four two seven two eight five. We're going to do something a little bit different here on a friday afternoon and we're obviously plenty of time for calls of whatever is on your mind but we have had so many People talk about broadcasting in broadcasters that we've lined up Several of the best broadcasters in the sec today and kinda just talk to different people Many of whom that have been there are universities for a long time just to kind of get to know them better. Their perspectives The position and its importance and we may continue throughout the spring There are obviously fourteen play by play. Broadcasters in the sec. We'll talk to four or five of them today and keep working through this over the next couple of months but we thought it would interesting Other than the less miles story certainly Their number of things going on but We always appreciate your calls and you can begin calling now at eight five five two four two seven two eight five todd is up next on our Program good afternoon todd. Hey good afternoon paul. how are you today. i am doing well. Thank you very much good. Thanks for having me on Quick comment and then got a little story to tell the the comment. It's just really terrible what we're hearing coming out and of the lsu situation I remember sitting in with my wife in two thousand twelve getting ready to watch the national championship game and they of course you're doing the interviews with less miles. And they hit went in his office. And i just said the her. It's kinda strange that all his furniture is leopard skin. It looks like something you'd see in the back rim of the strip club and cook anyone. Ads personal choice furniture's their business. Okay when you sign up to be in charge of of a college program like this with kids involved. Maybe it's cool to some of them but the overall perception of that just it just wasn't a good look. I said that's weird. I don't tell you this. I've got to know him pretty well. especially since he left. We've been around for a couple of times on sets and broadcast. And i know this sounds like it's after the fact but i've always found to be just a little bit creepy. Yeah yeah in my comments little bit after the fact we had no idea. Hey i mean. I was kind of like well you know. He's running a great program. They're winning but that looked at day was weird so anyway enough of that I wanna share with you. Since we're in the basketball season a little funny story with me and charles barkley in nineteen ninety hours. Managing a pizza hut over at east lake in birmingham shred. I was reading the night shift. He well actually. We're about to close and a big long mercedes a black one up and outside and there's nobody in the restaurant on my. It's just me and another girl working there. Like who in the world is this at nine thirty at night. Well incomes and his friend and Charleston's plan for the ability elliott seventy sixers. At the time and was little starstruck anna. He walks up and he says I got a particular pizza. They don't want Could you make it for me. Of course we're pizza hut and Sit stepping back to the kitchen. And he came back and he wanted a large thin crust with hamburger. She's hamburger cheese hamburger ts so it was kind of original autograph. I'll take a quick story of Well my was covering auburn auburn basketball game in nineteen eighty two. I believe in houston who big game they were playing the flash slamma. Jamma group in my room was Like three down from barkley at the hotel after the game and about midnight Guy knocked on the door was dominoes and they were delivering charles pizza and i'm like going Think you got the wrong room. But he but that was my introduction to charleston. His pizza loving takes for the for the for the shoutout. Augie in new orleans. What do you think augie paul. I thought you were gonna tell us if somebody else was knocking on the hotel door hoping to live it was oh it was only a dominance paul. Smile story gets worse and worse as time goes by. I mean the the things that are coming out today but the to me the most amazing thing is. Did you see where the one person who wanted to get rid of less miles It has come out is Joola yes i think it just shows you the way things work down there. I mean to to leave his credit. He wanted to get rid of miles again in two thousand fifteen but everybody said no so. My whole image of joa leva has changed over time Because i mean he. He basically put it before the lsu hierarchy He gave it the washington post tests and they chose to save less miles and put less miles ahead of the whole institution. And that to me is unforgivable. One man is not worth the reputation of the whole school. And that's what those people did they sold. Lsu out to save less miles now at the time they saved less miles. It's not like he was nick sabin and he was winning national championship after national championship. I mean he. He was just okay. But even then even if he was winning continual national championships. I mean what would you do. Preserve him and what he all. He caught here here in lies. One of the biggest Conundrums of college sports and that the situation that he was in is not unprecedented. It's happened many times and being the athletic director doesn't mean you always get to pick the coach. No but being the school administration as well. Do you sell out your i argue. Let's i can tell you countless times. We're tapping than maybe it has. It has and i know this is. This is not necessarily jackley..

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:52 min | 5 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You can always hit us up on Twitter handle Coleman, ESPN and Hannah and 50. ESPN. Man. We saw this report, according to U. S A today In 2013 internal investigation accused former Ellis you coach, les miles of inappropriate behavior towards female students. Did not find a Les Miles had sex relations with any of the women. But signing investigation, Les Miles was accused of texting female students taking him to his condo alone, making them feel uncomfortable and on at least one occasion. Kissed a student and suggested Go to a hotel after telling her he could help her career. Yikes. The person that had that story joins us right now, Kenny Jacoby USA Today investigator reporter. He is here. Thanks to give your hotline Kenny. When this story comes across your being comes across your eyes. What are your thoughts about this whole thing involving a guy like that when it comes to Les Miles? Yeah, I think this case is It's not something that you see very often You know, there's there's a lot of intersection in college sports between sexual assaults and On People have not read the piece that you all did in USA today, and it's a it's a fascinating and associating read all the same time comes across the dirty, creepy older man nauseatingly flirting with coeds. Give people the background as to what you guys uncovering your investigation. Yes. So back in 2013, while Les Miles was really at the height of, um you know his his success and his influence and had just gotten a big raise from the school, making him the fourth highest paid coach in the country. A few students came forward to their bosses in the athletic department on told them that miles had made them uncomfortable based on a few different interactions. One of the students said that he she began receiving Facebook messages from from miles and that he had personally interviewed her for her job as a student worker and said, Hey, you know, maybe after graduation, you can come work for my personal business. That that turned into them having text conversations and miles, taking her on Ah, driving his car alone, where she said that he then kissed her twice. Another student, who also complained, said that there were just a number of phone calls and interactions with miles that she felt was inappropriate. There was analogy ation of unwanted touching, but it's you know, it wasn't necessarily substantiated, although it wasn't disproven either. And ultimately ls you banned him from interacting one on one with student employees anymore from from texting them. On drum calling them You need a Kobe, one of the people that wrote the story in USA Today, titled Former L S U Football coach Les Miles was banned from contacting female students at the 2013 probe, joining us in Freddy and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio and XM Channel 80. Now his attorney, Peter Ginsberg. Said the report puts an end to the baseless, inaccurate media reports. He's hoping the release the report is going to put an end to this, but the results come out on Friday. Whatever the results are going to be The court of Public opinion will have their own opinion about this. Whatever reports come out. What is it going to be like in terms of Les Miles trying to go forward Candy from this? Yeah, So that's you know, it's an open question. What happened was we had sued a U. S. A today sued. Ls you for a copy of this report and for over a month, miles was fighting in court himself to keep it from being released. Yesterday before it was released. He put out a statement basically saying Now we wanted out on dis report is gonna exonerate us. And that is not what the report did. In fact, ls you did discipline him? It did not fire him or suspend him or anything. But he was issued a letter of reprimand in order to Attend private sessions with an attorney to discuss appropriate boundaries. Now the next step is tomorrow. Um, l s u R is unveiling this Massive investigation into the whole school's handling of sexual misconduct complaints, and that report is expected to contain even more information about miles. Which we don't even know the full extent of s O. We will see that tomorrow and then it was sort of beyond Kansas to decide what to do after that. It sounds like this could get even worse from being dirty, creepy. Nauseatingly flirting, old man, You know Les miles too. What we reported today is not the full picture there. There is more to it. Um, so you know, as that is Thies allegations are that we've reported today there are more Is what we're we've been told on. There was another news outlet that had reported he may have had a settlement with a student who had said that he was hitting on her. So it Z. We'll find out You need to copy USA today Investigator reporter joining US and Freddie and Fitz Simmons on ESPN radio. The ESPN happened except child. 80 also read in this report, Kenny that he wasn't the on Lee won, according to accusations and reports. Was engaging in not behavior like this, but inappropriate behavior. What did you find out? Yeah. So Are are reporting over the last several months has found that Ellis, you has mishandled sexual assault cases. In general. These are cases involving top athletes. People like Darius Guys, another guy who played football Drake Davis and then just cases involving normal students. On Git was our reporting back in November That prompted ls you to actually hire a now outside law firm to do this big investigation that's supposed to be Revealed tomorrow. So I think this investigation is going tol that these problems that Ellis you go. You know, throughout the whole university on band, as this report demonstrates, it goes to All the way up to one of, if not the most influential person at the school when he was still there, and certainly the highest paid person their room quick. Kenny before we let you go. He's the head coach of Kansas. So If he has not exhibiting any kind of behavior like this it Kansas it stands to stand that they may not move on from Les Miles, but we live on Planet Earth. Kenny, it is 2021. How much trouble could Les miles actually being when this report comes out if it's even worse than what you guys are re reporting? What could that actually mean for his job in 2021? Yeah. So we took a look at me Les Miles his contract. They can't just while we're reporting this, and it does contain a clause about morality as a lot of these contracts do What is not like totally clear in that contract is whether it applies to conduct before his time at Kansas. So you know it's up to Kansas. Really, if they want to try and Fire him for cause they could try and do that. Maybe maybe he would put up a fight. Maybe they get rid of them without cause and maybe they don't get rid of them at all. We'll see. But I think the report tomorrow will probably I think Kansas is probably as they said in their statement today, waiting to see what comes out tomorrow as well before they make any decisions. The articles titled Former L S U Football coach Les Miles was banned from contacting female students after 2013 probe one of three people that wrote that article is Kenny Jacoby from U S A today. He was able to help us and try to find some kind of clarity of this. He joined us here on Freddy. Effort. Simmons. Hey, Kenny. Appreciate the time and really a tough situation that tell a story. You take care be well and thanks again. Thank you for having me. Easy If it seems on Freddie Coleman of Freddie and Fitzsimmons Boy all these Texas schools turning their football schools in the basketball schools, We'll talk to coach one of those teams. Next on ESPN Radio Celebrate Saint Patrick's.

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:08 min | 5 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"80. You can always hit us up on Twitter by handle Coleman, ESPN, Ian's Hannah and Fitz ESPN. Man. We saw this report, according U S. A today. In a 2013 internal investigation. Accused former Ellis You coach, Les miles of inappropriate behavior towards female students did not find the Les Miles had sex relations with any of the women. But signing investigation, Les Miles was accused of texting female students. Taking him to his condo alone, making them feel uncomfortable, and on at least one occasion, kissed a student and suggested go to a hotel after telling her he could help. Her career. Yikes. The person I had that story joins us right now. Kenny Jacoby USA Today investigator reporter he is here. Thanks to get your hotline, Kenny. When this story comes across your being comes across your eyes. What are your thoughts about this whole thing involving a guy like that when it comes to Les Miles? Yeah, I think this case is It's not something that you see very often You know, there's there's a lot of intersection in college sports between sexual assaults and On S so when we heard these allegations, it definitely raised our eyebrows and we started reporting on it right away. People have not read the piece that you all did in USA today, and it's a it's a fascinating and nauseated read all the same time comes across the dirty, creepy older man nauseatingly flirting with coeds. Give people the background as to what you guys uncover in your investigation. Yes. So back in 2013, while Les Miles was really at the height of, um you know his his success and his influence and had just gotten a big raise from the school, making him the fourth highest paid coach in the country. A few students came forward to their bosses in the athletic department on told them that miles had made them uncomfortable based on a few different interactions, Um, one of the students said. That he she began receiving Facebook messages from from Miles and that he had personally interviewed her for her job as a student worker and said, Hey, you know, maybe after graduation, you can come work for my personal business. Um, that that turned into them having text conversations and miles, taking her on? Ah, driving his car alone, where she said that he then kissed her twice. On gonad Other student who also complained, said that there were just a number of phone calls and interactions with miles that she felt was inappropriate. There was analogy ation of unwanted touching, but it's you know. It wasn't necessarily substantiated, although it wasn't disproven either. Um and and ultimately ls you banned him from Interacting one on one with student employees anymore from from texting them on drum calling them You need to call me one of the people that wrote the story in USA Today, titled Former L S U Football Coach Les Miles was banned from contacting female students at the 2013 probe, joining us in Freddy and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio and extra Channel 80. Now his attorney, Peter Ginsberg. Said the report puts an end to the baseless, inaccurate media reports. He's hoping to release the report is going to put an end to this, but the results come out on Friday. Whatever the results are going to be The court of Public opinion will have their own opinion about this. Whatever reports come out. What is it going to be like in terms of Les Miles trying to go forward Candy from this? Yeah, So that's you know, it's an open question. What happened was we had sued a U. S. A today sued. Ls you for a copy of this report and for over a month, miles was fighting in court himself to keep it from being released. Yesterday before it was released. He put out a statement basically saying Now we wanted out on dis report is gonna exonerate us. And that is not what the report did. In fact, ls you did discipline him? It did not fire him or suspend him or anything. But he was issued a letter of reprimand and order Tol. Attend private sessions with an attorney to discuss appropriate boundaries. Now the next step is tomorrow. Um, l s u R is unveiling this Massive investigation into the whole school's handling of sexual misconduct. Complaints on that report is expected to contain even more information about miles. Which we don't even know the full extent of s O. We will see that tomorrow and then it was sort of beyond Kansas to decide what to do after that. It sounds like this could get even worse from being dirty, creepy. Nauseatingly flirting, old man, You know Les miles too. You just mentioned there and we could this be get even worse for Coach Miles? Well, I mean, what we've heard is that what we reported today is not the full picture there. There's more to it. S o. You know, as that is Thies allegations are that we've reported today There are more eyes. What were we've been told on We will see tomorrow what else it contains about miles. But there was another news outlet that had reported he may have had a settlement with a student who had said that he was hitting on her. So it's well we'll find out You need a Kobe USA today Investigator reporter joining US and Freddie and Fitz Simmons on ESPN radio. The ESPN happens except child. 80 also read in this report, Kenny that he wasn't the only one, according to accusations and reports. That was engaging in not behavior like this, but inappropriate behavior. What did you find out? Yeah. So Are are reporting over the last several months has found that L s u has mishandled sexual assault cases. In general. These are cases involving top athletes. People like Darius guys, another guy who played football Drake Davis and then just cases involving normal students. On Git was our reporting back in November That prompted ls you to actually hire an outside law firm to do this big investigation that's supposed to be Revealed tomorrow. So I think this investigation is going tol that these problems at Ellis you go. You know, throughout the whole university on band, as this report demonstrates, it goes to All the way up to one of, if not the most influential person at the school when he was still there, and certainly the highest paid person there real quick. Kenny before we let you go. He's a head coach of Kansas..

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:03 min | 5 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Welcome you back and We we told you the story that we were coming on the air today. That has just come out of the advocate in baton rouge By our friend brooks being an andrea. Gallo who is one of the top investigative reporters down there under the under the heading. I'm choked up. Just thinking about this Los miles offered a secret settlement to an lsu student and it has now surfaced andrea. Thank you i know. It's a busy time and we appreciate very much you making some time for us. Good afternoon. And i think we're all pretty eager to learn more. What can you tell us. Thank you so much for having me paul. It's great to be here. We broke a story earlier today and reference the headline Less miles offer a settlement to an lsu student. We are credibly told by multiple sources. This happened about a decade ago. She was a student intern in the lsu athletic department who accused plus miles of hitting on her and after that accusation happened he reached some sort of settlement with her though. The terms of the settlement are not publicly known andrea. I'm at my jaw at my josh dropping. As you say that. Even though i've already read the story but the head football coach at lsu not the current but the head football coach back then hitting on. Did you say an intern. Yes An lsu student intern in the athletic department. And i realize you may not be able to to elaborate in great detail but when when you talk about a settlement is a private settlement from less miles a private citizen or is that something. In your in your estimation the university took part in great question. So what we know about it is that there is not from what we've been able to find some sort of easily traceable public court record of it which there would be or should be if the university played much of a role in it however if if it was only less mild himself who offered the settlement on a personal level than it would be much easier for there to be less of a trace of it. We also ran this past. Lsu today because as. i'm sure you know. I'll also going through an investigation right now. About patterns of sexual misconduct and botching their past investigations into these sorts of things. And that's how this whole mild allegation has surfaced and lsu's response was they have heard about the settlement but that they were not a party to it and they have not seen it. That would be to indicate that lsu's involvement what not necessarily direct. However what we also know is that lsu had an outside law firm taylor porter. They frequently contract with For these sorts of things do an investigation into less miles around the same time or maybe shortly after this settlement came in. Usa today reported this afternoon that that would they sexual harassment investigation. Well andrea joe. Lever was the athletic director. If i remember correctly so i know a lot of people are probably asking scott woodward about those who is currently the he was not there of course but and i'm trying to establish that because as we move down the road here into other investigation which we're still waiting to hear more about you know one of the big one of the parts of that. If i remember correctly involved the culture down there. I mean this plays right into that. Does it not. That's exactly right paul. I think that it goes to this. Larger question of how you handled allegations largely from female students. Many of them who either worked for the athletic department or who were student athletes themselves Many of them made allegations. Things like sexual misconduct sexual harassment. Even domestic violence rape sexual assault and there are a lot of questions that blackwell report is hopefully going to help answer about how those situations were dealt west and largely those all happened under the tenure of joe aletha as athletic director. As you pointed out we reached out to joe the today but we have not heard back from him. I know in the story. There's not much chatter from from kansas. Where we're less miles is the head football coach hired by jeff. Long who formerly was at the university of arkansas. Did they have anything to say. Out other canvas. I believe offered a statement to usa today earlier. They told kenny jacoby over there reporter that they did not know About these allegations whenever they hired plus miles and twenty eighteen. We should also note that we reached start to last miles ourselves. This morning my worker books could be a called him and he denied any sort of wrongdoing. or any sort of That he ever made an inappropriate advanced toward a student injury. I'm not being salacious here. But i mean these are fairly serious allegations Do we have do you forget me. Do you have any any idea. Where the phrase hitting on her came from that is the phrase that our sources who had been directly briefed about this settlement used. That was their term. Not ours story. We felt like it was best to quote them directly rather than to try to speculate. You know what what exactly the meaning of that phrase was. I'm not trying to act like a blind to all. I think pretty obvious what that phrase means for a coach les miles. I'm guessing right now to try. And he's i think he's sixty seven years old so he would have been in his late fifties at the time and we're talking about.

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

07:36 min | 9 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"The national championship and reading a story like this. I think the reaction of a lot of fans. And hopefully i think not my reaction is like. Why are you trying to take down. This school. That i like and seeing reporting on sexual assaults and mishandling as being sort of adversarial. It's like you're against the interests of fans of the program which is just such a fucked way to think about it and yet even if you like to think of yourself as being an enlightened sort of fan and somebody who doesn't support this end up feeling complicit by rooting for this team and supporting this team and i want to have this conversation. I don't i don't want to obscure it and pretend like everything it all. She was great. Because i like watching them play on saturday nights. But it's just a part of the larger issue and y'all talked about this a bunch of before like we're college football fans and we both of us know how rotten the sport is in so many ways. It's a shame that we enjoyed way that we do but yeah yeah and so it's not. It's not really a question. So much. Jessica but i think it's just something that all of us do love the sport and find things to love about it. It's something that we have to reckon with and look at and not try to obscure when these stories come out. We need to talk about them. And we need to think about what our role is and making. It seem like this is like a side thing or this thing that maybe we shouldn't let it get in the way of our enjoyment of the game. It's all wrapped up together and you can't extract the horrible parts from the things that we love. I think that's true so much around. There's plenty of things that that's true around in our culture but gendered violence just in general allow the time. A lot of the stuff feels very gray and we wanted to be black and white and one of the things that i've had to learn as someone who works on this all the time now is just sitting in the gray and just being okay being there and it just often feels bad. I will tell a quick joel anderson stories. Since i'm here so i went to florida state and that's how i started writing on this topic right and so i went through my own battle with my phantom and eventually gave up watching college football but what i remember really well. It was like the follow. Twenty fifteen august twenty. Fifteen is when dan solomon. I reported baylor in broke that story. And i remember texting few joel. It i was like. I can't watch college football anymore like i think i'm just i think i'm just done now and you like. Don't let them win. I was like man. I can't do it anymore. Venue bobby bobby bowden was kind of look back at it. Now right look you. Oh that makes me You know this current about how much. I loved him and then him a dumping jameis winston is on the saints. Now i mean it's just like yeah lose you around where there's no escaping it darius guys of course went into the. Nfl was released from the washington football team and is facing criminal charges for assaulting a girlfriend. Drake davis was eventually kicked out. Lsu there's been a real backlash on campus and outcry including by students faculty the governor of louisiana. Do you see this as any different than what's happened on other campuses. And where should this go. How should this be adjudicated. Now yeah i will just add at. Drake davis actually pleaded guilty. So his case you know. He's been convicted. Yeah it doesn't feel two different. It does feel like a steam bow going like the steam being released from like a pressure cooker or something. The response has been incredible honestly from professors and the student body in particular people seem very upset. One of the things that happened was this week. star which is the sexual assault crisis center in baton. Rouge released a letter they actually sent to. Lsu athletics twenty seventeen. I don't think we knew that before them that their title nine policies are response to the stuff were not adequate because star gets a lot of the you know they they get a lot of the victims from lsu so they hear all kinds of things so we learned that women who were named in. Your story decided to come out and go public after the story came out. Yes and we had one of those women told us that the response was so much more positive right. She had a right to fear that it would be negative for all the reasons. You're were talking about before josh. And that i in fact it was actually much more positive. Much more worried about the survivors and the victims. So i mean one of the struggles. Here that we talked about before is that the policies are already there. So it's like what does lsu due to get everyone on board so that people understand the policy and then follow them and it's going to be bigger than that it's going to be. Some kind of cultural shift has to happen at lsu. I think the students were the ones who told us. It's rape culture on campus. Yeah there was a soon reporter. I think that was the sentence that she gave us right at. The culture on lsu campus is a rape culture. So they're going to have to do that kind of work too. But i just want to reiterate like the policies are there so it's people just doing the jobs they've already laid out for them. I mean that's the thing that concerns me. This kind of default from an institution of we're going to examine our procedures and we're gonna have some outside firm come in and the thing that comes to mind their jessica's like one of the more shocking things to come out of the fallout of the baylor situation. So that they bring in this outside firm and they report their findings like early and we never even heard what the findings were. That was just shocking. Like being cynical about all this stuff if you had told me like when all the baylor stuff came out that you reported that the upshot would be an outside firm reporting a thing that there's no no record of the report and nobody got to hear it. I would've thought that's not possible. Yeah and i'll just say on that front. There are a bunch of victims suing right now and they are winning in court and we might actually get a lot more of that information from that report pepper hamilton report about baylor hopefully sometime soon but yeah it's what years it's twenty twenty and we first reported in two thousand fifteen in that report. The oral report was made in the spring of two thousand sixteen. And i do think it's interesting. Art byles continues to be up like people are com is gonna get fired. The way that our browsers. And i'll just say like he sort of is it. We don't i mean we had paterno at psu but that was a little bit different as far as the players involved. I mean browse sort of stands alone on this right. 'cause even the minnesota. I had a whole list once that i made of showing that they're always fired for bad football after whatever the sexual assault scandal because even it was the was it. Minnesota that boycotted tried to hot. That's right that's right. The players tried to boycott the bowl game. And all about it. And then i think he was eventually just fired because they were bad. Sobriety is still stands alone. He acts as like a rhetorical device. But there isn't actually any action to show that anyone else is going to face the same kind of scrutiny that he did or consequences really just go. Luther reported this story for usa today. Along with kenny jacoby and the ntr. I'm will link to it on our show page also co host of the burn. It all down podcast in the co author of loving sports when they don't love you back. Thank you for.

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Guest of the dam of its hard show appear via the shell. Pennzoil Performing Flied. Greg Cody, given the Straight talk is brought to you by straight talk wireless no contract. No compromise. So 15 minutes from now we've got Kenny Jacoby is we talk about the U. S. A today story that implicates and indict unless you and the football program in a way that's deeply unpleasant. We've got Ron McGill of Zoo Miami at 11, o'clock eastern, the animal doctor, and finally we get to that. Bill Lawrence Plane Crash story of the creator of Scrubs. We're waiting for. All of that story for several days, and we'll get to it today. I am filibustering right now, hoping that hoping that Greg Cody of the Miami Herald decides to join us again because he's very busy, you know, just glowing radiating from how much you got to talk about his fantasy team and his podcast and the local hour and the digital out. He's had a great morning. Those four he really has. He's really happy. So, Gregor, you ready for this? We've got to start with you because the useless sound montage will bail us out at the end of the segment. It is back in my Day that you don't have confidence in, um failed. So are you ready to go? I'm ready. Let's do it. All right. Let's do it. Mike, I'm now It is time to take a trip down Memory lane. Here's your guy. Great Cody with back in my day. Lizards. It is not that much of a stretch to say that Greg Cody was raised by Brown and Oli lizards all my life from the 14 40 days until fairly recently, not a day went by that I wouldn't see dozens of Brown and always darting and capering over the landscape and internal part of the moving outdoor portrait. Only one other critters is vivid in my memory, the land crab After a heavy rain, you drive to Daniel Beach and see hundreds of creepy land crabs skittering everywhere. Clickety clacking. Klaus raise menacingly. Where was the brown and only the males floating their majestic, brightly colored do lap? The throat fan expanding. Signal sexual intentions during mating mention if we humans possess such a utilitarian, marvelous that brown,.

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:33 min | 9 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Paul if you were building the team right now to. Would you want a quarterback trevor lawrence mack jones or just in fields. That might be the best question. I've heard all day Let me go over that again. Because i would like to get some participation here maggie jones or justice. Who would you take. Personally i'd take trevor. But everybody seems to think that just is the best and mathis sleeping sleeping through the season and probably got a good chance to win. The heisman not agree. Yeah well he doesn't soda by the way cal. Trask is suddenly emerged as well and he's having a great. Yeah but yeah i would. I think i think you're right. I would probably go with trevor lawrence. Because i think ultimately Trevor lawrence. he's you know he's looked the best. Since the first time. I saw him play. I think he has the most potential He is in total. Command I mean he's had a very few bad games the game against lsu You had a couple of moments The i mean that that was that was a lost cause quite frankly. lsu. She was significantly better team. Yeah they were desensitizing. Ostensibly joey b was just unbeatable. Last year i appreciate it. Thank you okay. So we'll head to the final thirty minutes couple of topics on and Like to get your Your reaction to all of them. The question asked it was a really good one. The south carolina search. Who would you hire If you're a tanner. Let's not say This one that one. Who would you hire to be the next south carolina. It's a critical to critical choice because this program after You know the last year or two spur and and almost five years of muschamp have been fairly dismal. I mean one. Decent year in in the group and i'm spurrier's last year he was the head coach for a couple of games but It was it was it was. I was out the one of the last game of the year. When they lost to the citadel so that was a disaster and finally my final question. I'm really curious Are we looking passes. Lsu story or we really not that Some serious allegations and and and and and and malfeasance occurred so What is a standard nowadays in intercollegiate. Athletics you're the phone lines are open and you can get in right now at eight five five two four two seven two eight five. The phone. number's eight five five. Two four two seven two eight five a lot on the docket and we will get to your phone calls.

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:57 min | 9 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Finally astrophysicist janna levin recently detailed how you would die if you were pulled into a black hole in her book. The black hole survival guide. Here's an excerpt as you fall toward the singularity your badly broken the part of your body closest to the singularity is accelerated drastically faster and the part of your body farthest from the singularity stretching miserably simultaneously. Your overall anatomy is forced to converge toward that point. Crushing you in a micro second us than less time than it would to blink your eye your simultaneously. Frayed shredded and pulverized to death. happy tuesdays. Okay happy tuesday. Thank you Christine that is. That is what. I was expecting after that bills law. Can you imagine if i read. That wouldn't have gone very well. Admittedly i can't even imagine you reading what this person wrote yesterday. Usa today again. A damning indictment of the lsu program kennedy jacoby with us on espn radio. Thank you for joining us. Kenny can you tell me. Please aware the pursuit of the story began for you. Guys yeah Thanks for having me so Earlier this year I got a tip about Several sexual misconduct allegations that l. s. u. baton rouge It came after a different story that i published about. Nc double a. Athletes who transfer schools after being found responsible for sexual assault. And i've spent the last year Trying to talk to people Talk to some of the victims. Get records from lsu And the story that we published yesterday as a product of that. So what would you tell. The audience are the most egregious details. So our story details. How views athletic department and brought her administration have repeatedly ignored sexual misconduct and assault complaints against students including lsu football players. Darius guys and drake davis We know that drake Dairy guys has been accused of rape by two students and also accused of taking a nude photograph of another student. Lsu athletic department officials were alerted to all of these incidents but appeared. I've taken no action As far as drake davis We know that at least seven. Lsu officials had direct knowledge that he was abusing his girlfriend. Who was an lsu women's tennis player. But they sat on that information for months while davis continued to assault and strangle her and then. Furthermore we detailed several cases involving non athletes That lsu appears to have mishandled as well and you defined a nord. Are you saying that no one did anything. Yes that's what i'm saying and for one example in one and since drake davis the wide receiver He had actually admitted. Few one of the senior members of the lsu athletic department in a text message To verge ause berry The deputy athletic director that he had punched his girlfriend in the stomach. And verge ause berry did nothing with that information It didn't come out actually until four months later when police got a search warrant for drake davis phone By that time davis his girlfriend had already been the victim of numerous other assaults. And and strangulation by davis. Were you able to get close to in the reporting. The how's and why's this was being ignored. Is it incompetence it principle swallowing it. Is it protecting the football team. Could you get close to any of that stuff. It's hard to drill down. Exactly on the why but i think You know everything that we found across all of the cases non athletes and athletes just demonstrates a general Indifference towards sexual misconduct at that school Even in cases where were found responsible by that school At four sexual assault they were often given a slap on the wrist specifically probation so no suspension. No nothing really until a second violation were to be committed so to to establish you know for for an institution to say that a student on its campus has sexually assaulted at least one woman and then to for that school to allow that person to stay on campus. Kind of tells you what you need to know about that school. Are you getting a lot of threats. Are you getting a lot of volume from lsu. No i haven't really And i would say there's actually been a lot of support from students and faculty at lsu alumni There's actually some organization efforts going on there's Students are planning a protest for this friday In response to the way the school is handled. Sexual miss Assault and we've gotten numerous other tips from other students as well Saying that similar things happen to them so Fortunately i have not really experience. Any of that Vitriol that you might spend. Do you have any theories. And i know this is outside of the reporting. But how much trouble. Lsu leadership is in uh specifically the head coach or drawn. I don't have a good sense of that I think ultimately it will come down to what the public thinks Especially with ordure on. You know Your he oversaw this program while nine of his athletes were reported to police for sexual misconduct or dating violence. Just in the last four years and many people within the athletic department and even an assistant coach of his had knowledge of some of this Some of the allegations but didn't appear to act so you know. I don't have a sense of what will happen but i i do. Think generally that When this starts to hurt. Lsu's wallet you know that's when they'll probably take action and and that sort of depends on how the public response. I know this is tricky. But i'm gonna ask your opinion based on what you know based on your research based on your journalism how much trouble should and or drumbeat you know. I think there are people There are other in the athletic department who you could point to more as saying this person specifically was Alerted to an allegation of sexual assaults or dating violence and did not respond. Appropriately did not follow the schools. Protocols did not follow title nine With ordure on we don't necessarily have The evidence that he specifically ignored one of these claims i. It's just that all of this was happening on his team. And so you know at best. He failed to detect. It wasn't aware of it which is not great in and of itself and at worst he knew about it and was complicit. These stories tend to involve pretty exhaustive. Vetting was there a lot that you were getting. That couldn't be corroborated and you simply couldn't publish or were you able to nail down most of the stuff that you were getting. Yeah they were A fair amount that you know. We left on the cutting room floor. A lot of it was Cases that we knew about and and people who we tried to speak to who were involved in those cases but simply didn't want to speak on the record about it some of those same people Have since come back to us after this article and and said maybe that they're ready to talk now but You're right that. This was an exhaustive vetting process reviewed by numerous editors and lawyers And we didn't report everything that we had But we do plan to do more reporting okay. So more coming than you guys aren't done on this. This is This is just the start of.

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:01 min | 9 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Greg cody weasing. Greg cody of the miami herald is in today. I don't know what we're going to get out of him though because he got to talk during the local hour and the digital only big sui our so much about the things that he cares about that we do not know if we will get him back. He has a back in my day that he doesn't have a lot of we have a useless sound montage to get to We have finally got to get to that story. Stugotz a plane crash story involving bill lawrence. Yes reader of scrubs. He's going to join us. Ron mcgill and kennedy. Jacoby wrote that Usa today piece that we were talking about yesterday we will get to him Later in the show That is a fine for me. Is that five dollars. Yeah it's five bucks And yo- fifty. I feel like from last week. Did you pay that. You killed someone. I don't remember who you kill. Someone was killed who stole alive I should say by the way and we're very happy about this. That we are ninety. Five percent of the way To a vaccine and we have dolly parton to thank Dolly parton has helped contribute to Fewer of us Dying we have james harden to get to. Because that one i imagine is interesting and i am surprised. I always want more talent. I'll figure out how the pieces fit. Just keep giving me more talent. I don't care who the knuckleheads are or any of that stuff. Just please keep giving me more. Talent was dolly work at nine to five. Why signed but before we get to. That are fans fans of our show Have been making an allegation here publicly. And i need to figure out whether it's true or not. These are the kinds of things that makes to god's insane over the years what i tend to view as flattery Stugatz gets enraged by and starts yelling at people. Even though he himself is someone who borrows takes and just borrows things and steals them really in calls it borrowing. He gets very mad when anyone else does it. To us so The tonight show which jimmy fallon Noticed around here that our looks like game which is loved by a weirdly hollywood types who no writing like no funny writing our audience rights funny looks like and they're funnier than the ones jimmy fallon does on the tonight show but he had the misfortune of doing it after us people were accusing him of stealing it from us and now they're leveling a similar accusations to god's because jimmy fallon from the tonight show is now talking to nfl players and asking them to drop stuff for his show into their interviews and Oh boy fans are saying. Wait a minute you guys just re purposing and recycling. Some ideas That our show does so this sound the way in the last useless sound. Montage of from rob gronkowski. We played some without knowing at the time that this was just a request from jimmy fallon to just slip this in an interview. Somewhere the other guys he asked did it more suddenly. Just it was just a sentence and they move on sentence buried among cliches. But that's not you know. Gronk is not good at subtlety not surprising. It's like say my mom used to say It must be maple syrup because a border going drizzle like that you know you don't get much time to react And and syrup drizzle as you gotta make that play 'em a stick of butter it's a black got put it in the microwave. The mouth de just takes too long. You gotta make that play right away baby. And that's why you know. That's why i'm like the maple syrup. That's why she used to always say that. 'cause quick with it i just drizzle all over the place i just a terrible ad lib got you gotta give gronk lines. He will deliver them. Stiffly you cannot let gronk go without the prompter like because he was trying to do something there And they only needed a sentence from him and what he did made no sense whatsoever wasn't concealed buried among cliches. But it worked because those things work for grant. For some reason i mean. He's a lovable over there. Who enjoys motor-boating. And you know scoring touchdown. Billy why are you making faces what Gronk is not those things now. Because i'm looking at this jimmy fallon clip and listen. I don't know how it works. I don't think that jimmy fallon had them sneak these things in. I think that they saw the useless things that are being said by. Nfl players. And they're trying to take credit for telling. Nfl players to say those things because when they had all these conversations with nfl players telling them to say things like swiss cheese and all this stuff that gronk was saying. I feel like maybe they are catching onto the fact that nfl players are saying things. That are a little bit zany sometimes. Now they're taking credit for that. I don't know what to believe. The you have aside that you're taking. How do you feel about all of this cody. I'm interested in your thoughts on this as well as soon as is done. I've told you forever. That producers will listen to shows watch shows. Try to get ideas from good creative shows so it'd be the least surprising thing if balanced all a couple of ideas from us. Because that's what producers should be doing. And i believe unlike billy the jimmy fallon straight stole both of these ideas from us. I do unsexy larceny. Straight up larceny. Yeah and But if you're going to steal something it might as well be the looks like gave. Because that's that's great day mike. Do you have an opinion on this one way or the other. Are we a relying a formal accusation of whatever the radio equivalent of plagiarism. Is at the tonight. Show with jimmy fallon. Now that there's been a second suspicious You know entry looks like game. I guess more than one entity can come up with that idea. I know similar to the start time back. In my day seth meyers also had something. It's a it's an idea that you could conceive. Multiple people would come up with who did at first. But if it's what really sets and they're seizing on useless sound in. Nfl press conferences. That to me is a fast. All right so we will get to use and sound the useless sound. Montage is ready to go. A greg. Cody has a back in my day. that he doesn't have a lot of confidence in both of those things are next. We're going to break early so we can get to both of those things. These are two signature items in one space back in my day. That greg cody has no confidence in and billy. How good is the useless. Sound montage how you feeling about it. You know it's all all right. Jimmy fallon right..

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"kenny jacoby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:39 min | 9 months ago

"kenny jacoby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, Two more Massachusetts schools were forced to go to remote learning after a number of students attended an underage House party effective today, classes at the high school and middle school in Cohasset. Have gone remote for the next two weeks. The school superintendent, said an email the parents over the weekend after being told by police about a House party on Jerusalem Road in Cohasset, attended by about 20 students, officers also, we should have $500 fine. The owners of the house who were home at the time for violating the governor's order limiting indoor gatherings to 10 people. Report by the U. S. A today outlines how top athletes and other men at Louisiana State University were shielded from allegations of sexual misconduct. Kenny Jacoby is a reporter with USA Today, Experts who reviewed our reporting, said L s u exhibits the same pattern of continually mishandling these types of incidents. That was seeing that Baylor, Penn State and Michigan State. One of the women who spoke to us a today for this story said. I just think that honestly, they don't care. The whole system is on the side of the accused. The papers report also says there were three cases where football players who were accused of sexual assault will give a deferred suspensions and allowed to remain on campus or the 90,000 people have filed suit against the Boy Scouts of America. They accuse scout leaders of sexual abuse when they were Children. CBS is Errol Barnett spoke with attorney Michael Foul who represents more than 1000 of those former scouts. If we can somehow make the price the Boy Scouts pay so incredibly painful that systematic changes can happen that will ensure it never happens to anyone else. I think all 80,000 dust would settle for that. Foul on the other attorneys we spoke with say they expect to hear from a yet more former scouts, each of them with their own painful stories before the end of the day. Today is the filing deadline outside advisers will then review the 82,000 plus allegations that process alone of just looking at all these claims. Could take years. Today was the deadline for claims to be filed as part of a federal bankruptcy case. 3 38. We're off the Wall Street on this Monday, Andro day. Is that Bloomberg holding onto these gains as we raced toward the closing bell? Indeed, 94.5% is the piece of news analyst cell. Bloomberg's the most responsible for Wall Street's rally today. That, of course, is the efficacy of modern isco Vered vaccine, according to the latest data right now, the Dow up 361 that's record territory. Has that gaming 62 S and P 530. Home Depot is getting the band back together, agreed by building products distributor HD Supply Holdings for $9.1 billion. This gun's just over a decade after HD supply was spun off from Home Depot. He didn't say yes, but she also didn't say no. At the Bloomberg New Economy Forum today, former Fed Reserve chief Janet Yellen did not push back on reports that she's in the running to become the next U. S. Treasury secretary. At the same appearance, he voiced support for policies in tune with those of President elect Biden Right now, the Dow gaining. 350 rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio here, not talking to yourself. Wow, you're telling you're smart speaker to play WBC news radio on my heart radio. All of my concerns are disappearing. Thank you. Jumbo shrimp. How could it be Jumbo of it? Shrimp? Yeah, that's a famous acting more on. How about this one Pretty ugly. How could be pretty? If it's ugly oxymoron? Our competitors have a favorite. It's free with purchase. Have a free window when you purchased for I'm gonna be free. If you're gonna make a purchase, That's one of them, Maxie morons free with purchase. Maybe they think you're a regular moron. We don't We're right Window R I t e right window quality energy star windows with a lifetime warranty, and we put the price the real price upfront. Maybe if we did like those guys and had a free window that you had to pay for what we do a little bit better, but we think we'll keep it right here because the phrase truth in advertising shouldn't be an oxymoron. If you want a better window at an honest price, All right, men left now call 806 49 36 100, a better window installed for the right price right window. Way made us a renter's insurance for the stuff you love because it's worth owning. It's worth protecting from the unexpected that electric guitar worth it that big screen TV worth it and that espresso machine definitely worth.

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