24 Burst results for "Kevin Harlan"
Darren Till on What He's Expecting out of Brunson in the Fight
"Do you expect it out of. Bronze broadsided four or five win streak. I mean he's really good. The a couple of guys made the mistake of looking past brunson which is yes. I don't listen every every fight. Come i feel. I evolve and get stronger and better the a much of saying this was i. I hate when fights is due disrespect. Say it's been the best camp mobile Despite compass Like i'm getting quite runoff. But it's only because of how high chain This fight on. I've been hitting shaw extremely strong than so. I'm just so crookham. Fossil me feeds on old that he's not going to do the things doomed. These are the guys like without disrespect. Kevin harlan on a much emma. I'm hot So much intense imbalance. In the. I'm going to be so ferocious and vicious on a you know I don't think he's going to expect what i'm a i'm gonna hit. Somebody's gonna feel it. He's gonna wanna be out of there. Yeah this this is incredible fight. You both have the ability to put somebody out with one shot. Brunson hits like a truck as well and the fact that he went the distance with holland and heinisch. He does have good win. He's thirty eight but he definitely has good cardio and he can definitely go five if he has to all one hundred percent late. Let a mccown like fattest month Maine's he's got the cod you've got us chain an all that he's a good guy. He knows what he wants to eat. Easy guy knows who knows what he wants. A i'm i'm i'm going to name on. May this Top contender fights. He's gonna fight. Wednesday division fucking. It's a great main event.
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"In a sixty one point game at the garden and and i use it but again didn't think about it and just kind of came out because you went in those moments you're so loose and so animated anyway they. You're just kinda thinking like you know like you just scream. And and that's what came out. And certainly in the lebron thing that that came out again out when he when lebron did a playoff game against the reigning defensive player of the year in kevin garnett and it was really came to to push that out. Because i was working with doug collins who took his arm embraced it against my chest in was so like shocked by the play that the force of his plush and him kind of jumping back in his chair like that. We fell into the rolling back of us. The people that were watching the fans in came out literally as i was falling backwards watching that dunk by lebron happened early in his career. He was just kind becoming the lebron that we know now and And again and it came at a pivotal point of the game. A big playoff game against boston. And this is when lebron was at the cleveland cavaliers so came out but it did have an origin. And and i used it really just in screwing around with my son In in his bedroom when we're playing nerf basketball against each other. Are there any kevin harlan. The harlan critics because Joe buck and i've talked for years and come to grips with his written a book. He's got a podcast he's like always dealing with the people like you're always in my life. Call my world series of my team. You know costas his head. People nick at him at times i i don't ever hear much criticism of kevin harlan. Have you ever encountered it. And how do you deal is all all of you guys at this high stratosphere d- even though you're successful people people are still human beings at heart. I'm just trying to think. And i'm not trying to jake's it but i don't. I don't think i've heard a lot of criticism of you over the years. Well you know i. I can't believe anyone would criticise kostas. Like what like what in the world could you like like. He is close. Martin i think and certainly no his perfect and i get that but costas to me is perhaps the most perfect broadcaster our business has ever.
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"I'm sure babe ruth gehrig and of course unusual like all these great names. I'll play there so being around that and go into the clubhouse before the game and then on sundays That was my day to go down to bush stadium and i. We'd go to church and we go to the worst stadium. Press box have breakfast. And i remember clearly jack buck in. Carry walking in there for breakfast or to get a glass of orange juice. You know. Eleven o'clock ten o'clock in the morning gins skelly coming in bob. Prints coming in voice The former voice of the pittsburgh pirates. And so i remember all these guys and and that certainly led me down the path and i would sit on occasion on hot saint louis summer sunday afternoons the back of bucking and harry carries booth not for a long time but for an ending or two he popcorn watching them do the game and made times they were in shorts. Know on these hot days and But that was those all those things certainly kind of connect and when new you ask a question. Why did i get in this business and take this path and memories of past looking behind the curtain opening the door and seeing what happens that people don't see that was huge for an reflect on it offer. Now people think of kevin harlan. They think basketball they think football. But there was when cardinal baseball was in front of you right and you had a chance to go to campbell axe. This is probably what thirty years ago but there was a shot for kevin harlan to come back home in his sense at one time yes camel. Alexa carried our missouri. Tiger football basketball broadcasts. And i was on both from eighty. Six through eight hundred eighty nine with with the basketball team and being on lex certainly is like being on a national network as the station. Ben and still does have this incredible power and reverence in radio broadcasting. Bob hyland was running game wax Certainly heard some of our games during missouri broadcasts and it was either eighty seven or eighty eight and he called me in and actually it was jack. Buck who initiated mccall. Said ill man would like to Would like to talk to you about a possible opening. We might have on the cardinal broadcast which have an interest. I said well of course first of all talking to you is such a treat and honor and as i drove in that with mr hyland and this is after i had gone to do a game on tape down the first base line at busch stadium in did about four or five innings. And they did it on a cassette but they had a cable Engineer in the back of the booth and a headset and everything else and actually other things that i think i had a microphone on his stand in front of me and was one man show. Did everything myself but had steadied weeks beforehand. Did the did the broadcast on tape. Jack was given the cassette as he drove all met. Night played it miss cars. He was driving home and call me the next morning. I was commuting from saint louis from kansas city to st louis and he goes. Hey kid i think. I think we've got something here so i drove in and And he basically offered me after meeting geared orphaned. And and i think the end kelly was in the in the studios at that time he was with us but those are the last days of his life actually and but jack was in there and and And basically said why. Don't you come in and join us and you can start in may and go through the season..
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"I've been looking forward to this one for a while. The kilcoyne conversation with kevin harlan. We put a little Against god tex tag instead of phone tag modern version of that but looking forward to talking to him about the the career now spans more than three decades at a young age. Who is the voice of the kansas city chiefs. Young kids now not only from the nba video games with his voice. And all of those calls. But i'm also interested in the saint. Louis routes his dad bob harlan. Who was working for the saint. Louis cardinals for kevin grew up in saint louis and then his dad gets job in green bay. Packers goes from the cardinals to the packers. So kevin's grown up in the broadcast booth with jack bach harry carey. He's got some great stories about going to spring training. Hanging out with bob gibson but then they moved to green bay and he's hanging out in the packers locker room ends up in broadcasting. Obviously dune mizzou games A kansas guy working with norm stewards got a great story about that as well but because he was on cam. Lax with those mizzou games. Got exposed to bob hyland and jack and i've never really heard him talk at length about this but had a chance to work for cam. Wax and do cardinal baseball would have been part of the rotation with jack bach and mike shannon and he had to turn it down so that story to me is fascinating. Also his work now with kurt warner. Nfl on the radio. The booming voice of kevin harlan. One that i don't hear a lot of criticism of and we talk about that topic because no matter how good you are podcasts. Joe buck somebody out there trying to pick you apart. I just think that's pretty rare with kevin. Harlan eighty talks about those moments. Where there's a fan on the field and he's had some great calls with that and I just really enjoyed our conversation and i. I'm going to be in trouble with cousin. Sam because i forgot to mention premonitory highschool cousin. Sam sam well went to school with kevin. Harlan kevin was the class president. My cousin sam was the vice president. That however did not come up in the podcast. So i hope you enjoy it a good half hour or so talking about the career. The approach radio versus tv and a life in the sports world and his dad. Bob harlan who was the longtime packers president. When i was a young sports reporter and rhinelander wisconsin. We would cover packer games and interviewed bob. Harlan on a handful of occasions and could not have been more of a gentleman. I always have remembered. Maybe bob harlan new deep down that was a marquette guy and he is too but Kevin harlan just as classy as his father. Kilcoyne conversation right here. On scoops. Danny mac dot com. You can subscribe at i tunes spotify wherever it is getting your podcasts. Make sure you set up. Kilcoyne conversation get delivered directly to you. We're.
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Ratio on scoops. With danny mac dot com. Happy to be with you. We've got some good cardinals and major league baseball stuff from over the weekend. Talk about i think. The news of the nolan aeronautica trade. That is reportedly close to completion. Finally answers the. what's next question. After every move that has been made by the club in recent history. We're gonna visit with kevin harlan coming up in just a couple of minutes. Kevin of course will be on the call for the super bowl in tampa for westwood. One radio this is going to be the seventh straight super bowl at kevin. Harlan is called. And he's such a good guy i love chatting with. We'll do that in just a little bit. So we had some cardinals news on friday. The last time we spoke. But it wasn't what we have just about coming to a boiling point right now. But i'm not sure amidst i think a lot of maybe relief was the best word that adam wainwright was going to return to the cardinals because as a fan i think more than anything you just read it of him going to play somewhere else and also. The cardinals really need the pitching help and need the pitching depth. But i'm not sure any of you and your wildest dreams imagined that as quickly as that deal was announced that the cardinals would then get involved with nolan or not. I know for a lot of people we would. Maybe take the nolan aeronautic chatter with some reserved excitement. Some reserved enthusiasm. Because you don't want open yourself up to get hurt. There had been a lot of nolan. Aeronautic cardinal whispers and connections over the last handful of years but when ken rosenthal athletic reported i think then you start to piece together some of the financial consequences of that deal for colorado and the way the cardinals have historically but also in the midst of an unprecedented twenty twenty one position themselves financially. Then maybe it started to become a little more real still not done as of taping right this moment in releasing this podcast one o'clock on monday but it appears by every report that we are close to the finish line. Don't forget subscribe to these groups. Danny mac podcast. Where every listen to your podcasts. And send me a.
"kevin harlan" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Now, that's kind of on the shoulders of a broadcaster in this money saving mode that we're all in it every every business especially in broadcasting that may have cost somebody job I feel bad about that but it really did work flawlessly and there was no effort to it. Yeah I. Got Going to be a lot of changes in sports, media Afghan we if we ever hopefully out of this You Know I. Don't know if you caught it i. think it was it was over the weekend trying to remember the the rockets. It was the rockets game rockets Lakers where Mike Breen, who did something he rarely does and he he botched a call and he called three pointer good and Jeff, Van Gundy was giving them the business a little bit and they've said all this plexiglass in front of us or something like that. You know it was great that I wasn't your Mike Breen, the top voice calling the NBA finals you can make you can make money. When you make a Blah I wish more announcers would do that and address it instead. Of pretending, it didn't happen. I thought he handled it perfectly and obviously jumping on the was busting his chops about it and it was it was pretty good tv you don't Mike. He has got a personal a qualities that up measure most everybody I've ever met Zia is one of the most sincere genuine down to earth professional people in any walk of life I've ever been associated with and I was blessed down in Orlando to have a lot of lunches with Mike and iron net. Brian Anderson and. Dave Pasch, and that was one of the great side treks. But of being done to the bubble because Romans. Motel had lunch virtually every day together. But. I. Read Your Column and did not know. I read it, and then listen in my candles everything honestly, and professionally always being gundy the brothers both you know they're they're all kinda shooting from the hip there, which is fun. You know it's I'm stands been a great addition. I. Up and down with the elevator, a couple of times and enjoying coaching and our meetings. But I could see how might could do your frame is different and think every game he's ever broadcast has been courtside. For virtually all of us they have been. So I can see where that would happen. The plexiglas does give a different kind of dimension. I was initially worried about voice bounceback I thought we we revert in the in the in the plexiglas phone booth as it was, and the really was none of that. Then Mike had said to me goes. Are you worried at all about the players here in hurt our yells and screams up there and I said, yes, I never. Thought of that I guess I was, but there's so much noise going on written scream at the top of our lungs and they wouldn't hear it. So I can see where any announcer and it was hard sometimes to Jimmy quite frankly substitution you'll because you're so many moving parts in that broadcast booth forty rose up and on the mezzanine level off the floor guy would sneak in that. You perhaps didn't see be multiple substitutions. Sub Packages coming in for both teams. You might miss a guy and there are a lot of guys that you know have seen build same headband..
"kevin harlan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Williams texting. Kevin Harlan Bordeaux I myths live play by play, but Patrick Mahomes he's one of those guys. Super Bowl M v P N F L M v P. He is a highlight reel for both TV and radio. And on that note. We're pleased to welcome Benjamin Albright from Denver. He's AH, host reporter analyst quarterback specialist Also sideline reporter for The Denver Broncos radio network, Ben, We knew this was coming down the pike at some point. I love the timing in the midst of what's been so much bad news. But when you see the numbers on paper for my home, so what's your reaction? Well, it wasn't quite the fourth moon of Jupiter likely expected, but it was ah, pretty hefty contract with some interesting, interesting language. You know, indexing to the salary cap is actually going to be beneficial to Kansas City and long term. You're gonna look this deal. It's a steal. You know if you could go back through history and get every franchise quarterback signed on their second deal to attend your deal by your three it would be an absolute steal by year 70 would be criminally underpaid relative, Teo. You know what? They're what they're making versus the market. So you know, I think I can see the number on the surface. The numbers look huge, but I'm promising you by, you know, by year three or looking at this is a regular deal. Just go back and look at that astronomical deal. Joe Flacco side and then by your three it was below market deal. So then why does Patrick Mahomes do attend your deal? Well, I think you give him stability within an organization. Andi think indexing into the cab and then putting the escalators and incentives in their benefits. Both parties. They're going T be able to continue to feel great talent around him and keep him in contention for Play offs in the championships, and at the same time it allows him to maximize his dollar relative to his performance. So you know, I think that you probably the future of quarterback deals being put on the table right here. No, it's interesting when Kirk Cousins did his fully guaranteed deal. What was it three years ago? Now, people said, that was the future of quarterbacks. Or maybe the future of big time contract in the NFL that they will be fully guaranteed. But you think this might actually be a trend that might develop for quarterbacks at least Yeah, I didn't buy that. The fully guarantee deals were going to the wave of the future simply because it's not economical in in a structure like the NFL, If you fully guarantee deals, you're on the hook for every dollar and you know that leaves you an astronomical cap charge. If something goes wrong, you could look at the Alex Smith deal, for instance, for for the bad side of that, and so, you know, I I think that instead of fully guaranteed deals, I think what you're going to see is indexed to deals with guarantees and escalators. On a per year, baby. Isis going forward. I think that's the wave of the future, especially for quarterback contracts. Now, I wouldn't say the same for running back to the quarterback. Definitely. What are the chances he actually plays all 10 years under this deal? Ah, barring injury very high. Um you know, I I don't see a reason. I can't see him agreeing to this and they try to revisit it in five years. I hold out. I just can't see that. It's not like you know, Pavel Holmes comes from a family that has money obviously qualified for pro baseball. It is not a situation where he's you know, he's going to the well and banking on money for generational wealth for his family. He's already got that. So you know, I think that you know he's one of those guys. That word is Bond. I think in the end, this is this is something that benefits both have benefits him and benefits organization. Looking big picture at what? What It's been like in the NFL and the chief specifically for him since he's gotten into the league. How good is he for football? Oh, it's great. You know, He's one of the three or four best quarterbacks in football, depending on how you look at it. I mean, I put it on top of the list, but I'm sure people can make arguments for the other guys. You know, it's great for football. He's one of the you know, air quotes. Good guys. You know, he didn't really have any, um, Pretty spotless, You know, background doesn't really have any negatives about him. Seems like a fun loving, jovial guy will make fun of himself. You know, the whole catch upon states thing. Um, you know, I think that any time you find a guy that self effacing like that it also has all the tell in the world like he does. I think that combination tends to resonate with us all. So I just great for football. I think it's great for the Chiefs think people is bad for really is the rest of the West. So then, if you think about what this means for the other quarterback dominos there may or may not be others to drop this year. Deck, of course, signed his franchise tender. What are we looking at The next few quarterbacks who signed deals actually one upping, maybe not the guaranteed money but the the annual money that that the chief just gave him a home. Absolutely. And that's part of why Dak sign that franchise tender did. Prescott was always waiting for Pat Mahomes and shot watching to reset the quarterback market, Not because Doc is as good as they are, but because I can get the money about being the next guy up. You know, he can Jared golf them in terms of being the next guy to fall in line behind Andrew Luck in Brussels. So you know, I think that Dad has played his financial hand. Very well. Whatever you think of him as a player, and You know, I think that Prescott really is Alex Smith. Two point. Oh, and all said, done, But whatever you think of him as a player as a person trying to maximize his dollar, Dak Prescott has played this beautifully. It's really cool that Pat loves Kansas City as much as he does, and it's easy to say that when you are Ah Superbowl winner But on his Twitter on Monday, I hear to stay.
CRISPR Office Hours with Hamid Ghanadaan
"However presently the new thing in everyone's lives is over nineteen pandemic most of us are working from home and a distinct to this new non but we know it is difficult especially for scientists whose daily routine is to work in the lab and now they after transition to award from environment so in this episode. We're going to do something. Different can have a crisper officer session a platform to come together and discuss the impact of Covid nineteen on science and scientist Kevin Harlan head of signs at Santiago and additive empathy. Vp of marketing. It's Anthonio will host the session and our special guest is how Meka Don. Ceo of the Liners Group. I hope you enjoy this episode and feed supported by the scientific community despite being confined to homes right now so let's get started. Good morning everybody. We're all actually working from if you will but more likely in reality were trying to work in poem through a crisis pandemic so my name's Kevin Holding I'm the head of scientists go so hopefully this'll be the first of many of these weekly chats we can do. We'd like to engage you. The scientific community and people working specifically either genome engineering or maybe a working in a different area science just interested to talk to us and let us keep you company through this time so awesome. Thank you hi everyone. My name is Hamid Gone. I'm the founder and CEO of the strategy and insights firm. Linus and we are focused on the life science and health and wellness industry and we provide insights and strategy and innovation for this industry. And I'm delighted to be here with our friends at San Diego and to participate in this crisper office hours. I'm very passionate about science and looking forward to seeing what I can provide to help. Everybody get through this time. Great thank you to meet in elementary myself. My name is empty and I'm the VP of marketing Ago One of the biggest reasons why unbelievable scientific community is just the power to invoke change the power to really push humanity forward and while we are in a pandemic. I feel this is one of those moments where we can get together as a community as humans and make a difference so as we're going through this there's actually some interesting things that meet in. His team have done in this pandemic to really understand the community. What we're going through in. How can support one another? Do you WanNa take a moment to start off with. That means. Sure I'll just very quickly tee it up so as all of these stay at home. Guidances and shelter in place guidances. Were coming out in the early half toward the end of March. My team decided to deploy a global survey about what's happening in how the life science community is feeling. And so I'm here with the initial results of that to share with your ten season and going forward and Kevin is going to ask me some questions about it and we're just gonNA share some of the key findings with all of you and will go from there great. Yeah Actually Hamida difficult question. Actually I about Linus the company Wide You. Call it minus. Thanks for asking. So I'm the founder of blindness in the company is almost twenty twenty four years old and I was looking to pay homage to one of the great scientists that had influenced me and my life who is Linus Pauling. And there's a couple reasons why he really stood out to me as somebody who is really unique is that he is the only scientists to win two unshared. Nobel prizes one for his work in Chemistry and then the other one. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for his anti nuclear proliferation. Work and also what's unique about him is that he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for a body of work that he had done not for a specific experiment and so he really struck me as somebody who is a renaissance person. And so I WANNA pay my loose on mosh to Linus Pauling and so and the name. Linus is easy to say. It's simple and I really liked it and so linus it is. I was hoping be Charlie Brown referencing there but I guess you know it's funny. You say that when I was doing research on the name it did invoke a lot of Linus Van Pelt. I think is the name of the Charlie Brown character and what I found is. I didn't know who this character was. I had to watch a whole bunch of Charlie Brown to figure out if this is a good person or not and I. I found him to be graded. He's he's a wonderful person. When people make that connection with Charlie Brown they actually remember the name of the company more and even if they've never heard of us they think they've heard about so. I thought it was all positive that that connection exists in even though that wasn't the original intention or the inspiration. I'm all very happy about it. Thanks for thanks for sharing that so I would say probably a lot of our audience. They're here most of them. I would assume are working from home. And they're not in the lab right now and so many of them actually will be genome engineers who are utilizing crisper for a bunch of different reasons in their research. Can you maybe tell us what inspired you to do this? Poll specifically now that we're entering this pandemic. Yes so my colleague and President Kristen Apple and I were actually on March twelfth on our way to a meeting here in Boulder and we received a call from the person with whom we were going to meet and that person decided to cancel the meeting and within a matter of minutes many of our meetings got cancelled and so we decided that we needed to find out what's happening within the life science community and to provide this information for the community for all sides of the community so the so that we can all understand and anticipate what's happening and more importantly for people not to make decisions based on panic or anecdote and so we want to provide at least some grounding on what's going on and what to expect so that decisions get made and better decisions get made and maybe even opportunities arise out of this. Pandemic that was the original impetus behind. We moved really quickly so I mentioned we had this experience on March twelfth. We launched a survey on March thirteen and we had an initial baseline so march thirteenth was a Friday and we had an initial baseline by the end of the day that Monday. And then we've taken to time points since then and we're going to publish the Knicks major time point at the end of next week so we're starting to look at how this thing is progressing within the life science community in what the community is doing. Great maybe when it started in and start talking about the work that you've done so we were able to gather just over a thousand respondents for what we're calling. The baseline study almost two thirds of the respondents were academics or working in university and then the remainder work in a variety of different institutions. Many of them private business like Pharma Biotech. Cro's and manufacturers of other
Lamar Jackson cements MVP candidacy in rout of Rams
"Till Johnstone assess sports good morning John well there are number of candidates in the NFL for the prestigious Most Valuable Player award at the end of the season but there's no one more deserving right now than Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson who only strengthened his MVP candidacy in last night's forty five to six blow out of the Los Angeles rams on Monday Night Football thirteen goal time emotions six Westwood One sports Kevin Harlan on the call Jackson's five touchdown tosses tied a career high and he also added ninety five yards on the ground on just eight carries after the game Jackson talked about being the league's MVP this okay you know but I'm from one symbol and we take in a game at a time I'm not really in the penal fickle Macomb I'll be satisfied but I'm from which to borders the ravens are now nine into winners of
"kevin harlan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Is on our side line Kevin Harlan we're at the Coliseum the starting center Manchester on as an elbow to his feet but put on a card and that is never a good sign is started every game really one of the first significant offense of line injuries at the ravens of that this year the card will now roll away and take him up the tunnel hard to say what happened don't miss all the end of the looks like on fox this thanksgiving day they'll be the Buffalo Bills in the Dallas Cowboys the NFL on fox of course you can hear every game this thanksgiving on Westwood One so here come the Baltimore Ravens the new center Patrick McEnery hello you've regional to cal the eighteen all the way its first down in ten judge lance guns that thirteen a simple double seen guys just inside the numbers on both sides one free safety back in the middle of the field the mark Jackson told him in the middle of the field and drops another dime to Hollywood brown there is the wind is picked up find the extra point right is good two yard touchdown pass that's.
Adorable cat runs on field at Major League Baseball game
"I one of the big things that was training this week that actually as a cat lover I was so excited by was the black cat and the NFL yeah if you're watching the Monday Night Football game between the giants and the cowboys you saw the black cat Lebanon to met life the old it was so entertaining because Kevin Harlan had an incredible call of it he was talking about the lateral quickness cat even forty touchdown solicited it the cat still at large they haven't found the cat yet despite multiple attempts to humanely capture it and also the giants were up nine to three when the captain on the field and then they got outscored thirty forty nine so bad luck the guy had luck okay just and I have to ask a question about the cat because this is been what's been haunting me and I'm wondering if Google has this answer somewhere how the heck did the cat get on the field in the first place I know I know I know I'm wondering if somebody like playing the cat they're all like smuggled the cat looks but obviously the security not hide in my life the lines get in there without a ticket yes and I will say this is not quite the same but we had our own sort of version of this with the squirrels yeah that was on the twins get handed down the
Black cat takes the field during Monday Night Football
"There last night Monday football Dallas in New York to play the giants and for some reason the cowboys could get going in the first half could get a any touchdowns anymore they have a field goal but they were down by six ninety three with about five minutes of the first half it looked like the night was not going too well for Dallas and then completely out of nowhere a black cat ran onto the field and halted play here's the Kevin Harlan from Westwood One Cup making the calls walking to the three he's at the two state troopers we think yeah cross the field and then
"kevin harlan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"This thing works without everybody. Wondering about there's palace intrigue. You know and Kobe told, you know, our friend of the program Jeanie Buss to act like Khalidi, but. I don't want to give away too much from from Sunday night. There's there's there's still a palace that needs to be upheld here. And the question is is what's the entry. You're going to be. All right hit this call once again, great call by Kevin Harlan hit with four second. China time for Toronto to get a good look year. All by students is. Again, I've never seen a game winning buzzer beating series ending shot that took so long to go down. And the question that Kevin Harlan posed is this dagger took a law to get answered. But the answer to did and Kevin Harlan's kind have to call her the program. Great call Kevin. Thank you very much fun game to do to be a part of something. So stork I walk off game seven buzzer beating shot I found out about four this morning. So a lot of lot of fun to be well, I mean to to wait. I mean, what was that in the arena, it sounded like there was no breath being drawn while the ball was on that rim as a as a great way to describe it. And, you know, first of all we know the Leonard store, we don't know if he's going to go back to Toronto they would give anything to have him back. He was traded there. But more for just the one year led him kind of look at the landscape and figure out what he wants to do. They can say fifty million more than any other teams so financially. It's it would behoove him to stay there. But that's the ongoing subplot to their March year in the playoffs. So he has this monster game. He's taken almost not quite but almost half the shot of the Toronto team last night dowdy at taking like thirty two shots in the team at taken seventy overall. So he just put up one shot after another and was scoring and there was nothing. Philadelphia could do so the game was tied. So we had nothing really to lose. And you saw the rotation of Embiid over there the initial defense of Simmons the falling out of bound falling down. And the great thing about working TNT is we've got such great guys that they are able to kinda. Real into do the extended games, we have so many playoff games..
"kevin harlan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Kevin Harlan will be on a call long. Reggie miller. You mentioned Bonner's will look Kevin. I'll let you go rest finish up. What you gotta do. I can't wait for tonight's broadcast. May to Kirk. You're nice to have me on. Thanks so much. Well, I'll look forward to the next time. We've is. Yep. It got some NFL MBA talk next time. I'll let you finish up your college basketball duties preciado. She. My friend so much the great Kevin Harlan CBS Turner insead AA tournament play by play announcer. I wanna find the clip he actually has a he was calling my game against the Steelers. Remember two thousand six intercepted been Rothlisberger. So I have the audio. I gotta find it. But it's a great audio and always tell tell them about it like. There's two announcers from me that if you get a big play, and they know said your name, it was John Madden. And Kevin Harlan. Like knows two guys are like on my mount Rushmore broadcasts. I get kind of giddy as a fan and as a player for Kevin Harlan because I know the kind of work that he does, and especially NFL, he brings me you talked about radium or the first question, I asked is that, you know, give me the description of the uniform. She was like, I I won't know until tonight. I'm doing TV, but radio his descriptive words. Yeah. Remind me a lot of what Vince Kelly. We used to do with the dodgers for so many years. It's he makes the person at home feel like I'm sitting right next to him in the chair watching a basketball game. It's that's why he's one of the greatest Matt Kevin Harlan to is that he'll just be having a normal conversation. But you can tell no matter who it is who's playing what sport, right? He is genuinely excited. I mean, something exciting. Happens and he's not afraid to the right between the eyes like with no regard for human life. Like, he's just lets it all hang out there as a broadcaster. And you'd like to think as man if I were in that chair. I be doing the exact same thing to me. It's like, you know, he's not faking we're not making there's a fan drunk fan on the fast. And he's. Descriptive words and narrating a fan on the field. And then absolutely saw last week pick a fan spilled a beer or on the court. And you know, he's full in like, oh was it a double draft beer or was it? Just a one was. How do you do that? How did you withdraw off names of company? It was amazing man the due to special. That's why he's one of the greatest I can't wait for tonight. And finally, it's time to get to my bracket hall. Let's do I'm I'm getting this out the way early because I don't want and we discuss it over this next couple of days that I'll be in for rich know riches having a little vacation, we can actually get on rich a little bit all his cell fees. His vacation, by the way, I've been watching me, by the way, aren't right might have to mute rich on Instagram Instagram muting is thing, but it's coming just turn off the notification slowdown 'cause rich Eisen is having himself a ball with rich. I don't even need to go to Italy out. Like a lot of food. We see. I think it's the rich face. I call it the rich face the post forty workout is a lot of over. What we we can we can get a couple of he's going, and we can show you rich has faced like I'm at a really cool spot. But I have to act like I'm not over excited. We'll get to some of those bracket coming up next, Kirk wars and infrared just the rich Eisen show..
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"I was actually studio coordinator for the MSG radio networks so radio, obviously is a lot different than television. But I was in there with Dave Maloney, dumb Greco Kenny Albert on the Greco Kenny Albert Dave Maloney during a ranger broadcast and the last couple of years I've worked with at Cohen, Brendan Burke on Nick broadcasts. And obviously it's not the same as TV because you're not calling out camera angles. And go this way, go that way. Now, that's what more of what director does. But I have sat in television studios before whether it was as graphics, you know, operator or, you know, a like, I said, a coordinating producer for radio broadcast, and it's so much fun. When you get to see the guys do there and work their craft. I know working next to a guy like Cohen who is virtually a newbie as as at the pro level. You know, he's done a lot of great things for other sports media. Outlets. But now, he's the radio play by play voice of the Knicks, and he's just so detailed and so's. Brendan Burke, Brendan Burke is such a for for to have a guy who never played in the NBA as your color analyst that just goes to show, you how much basketball knowledge guy, like Brendan Burke has and I'm probably Brendan Brown. Brendan Brown, excuse me, Huby Brown, son. And you know, I'm getting I'm getting the island or play by play guy. Confused with Brendan Brown. Brendan Brown is the excuse me the Knicks analyst and he does a fantastic job for the next radio network. And and so does that Cohen and Ed Cohen is a young guy. And he is now the voice of the Knicks on the radio, and he calls a very clean nice emotional game. And and he still makes the broadcast fun. And that's when you know, you have a good broadcaster. And that's that's something Kevin Harlan. Does he does a lot of games that I don't have any rooting interest in because it's not a giant game? But when I hear Kevin Harlan. It's like up is going to be a good one. And it usually is in Kenny Albert's at hell of a career all the son of somebody famous doesn't always. Happen that one. All right. Lou. I good to have you back. The previous podcast guests for this podcast or Rutledge and Kevin Clark or Rutledge of the PIN Kevin Clark of the ringer. And then just go down the list. Austin Murphy, Daniel, Dale, James, Andrew, Miller, Chelsea Jane's. Bruce, filming Tom Verduci, Rebecca Lobo China. Robinson jemele hill. Renee, young check. It all the podcast if you like this content. Please leave us a review and a rating, obviously, the better the reading the more the skin stay around. Check this out on podcast, Stitcher and Google play. My thanks to my guests. My thanks to Luke Ella green. Oh for producing this. Thanks cadence. Thirteen is Richard Daish will see again on the sports media podcast..
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Or do they leave you guys being talked to after the game? We've got we've got Sean McManus. He's in the truck kinda overseeing everything and David Bersin. The president is normally in a quality control, truck and and shorts in there. He's the chairman of CBS, and he'll make a suggestion or two in in the commercial. He's kinda over viewing it from there. Versus in the truck watching it. I think is the viewer at home with watch it. So make sure he gets a sense of what the viewer's seeing. And then Steve Kerr sick and herald, Brian are coordinating producer and executive producer. They sit in the truck, and and they might have some idea about graphics or something like that that they could pass along to the AD. But for the most part, they let us do our jobs, and and when they've got a suggestion that they may chime in. Last one, Mike, and that is what is something you should know about the process for the people in the broadcast truck this Sunday that they don't or that you would love viewers to know. Here's a little bit about what we do. Boy, that's a good question. What would be something viewers would know should know? Just some something that you'd like. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I'm just saying, hey, we're trying our best. I mean, we we we want to get the right replays up. We wanna get the right shots up. And we wanna make the game as good as we can for the viewer at home. We want the viewer to leave the game thinking, I saw all the replays. I needed to see they had some interesting graphics. I saw the shots. We needed to. You know, we needed to see we just wanna make sure that the viewer leaves the telecasts and and feel satisfied. Mike Arnold is directing this year's Super Bowl between the patriots. And the Rams it will be the fifth Super Bowl that he has directed for CBS. And he's absolutely one of the best in his field of talk to tomb a number of times have immense. Respect firm, Mike. I know today is a busy day one. We're taping this for you. So I appreciate you giving me some time best of luck with the Super Bowl, and thanks so much for joining me today in the sports media podcast. Thanks, richard. All right back in the studio. My thanks to Kevin Harlan who will call the game for Westwood One. And my garnell to will direct the game on CBS bring in Lou Pelegrino who has not been not been part of this after show conversation, and such a long time Lou Kevin Harlan, man, you gotta like a podcast guests who you sort of ask a question, then gives just deep detail specific answers, which I really really appreciate Kevin's the best. Kevin is somebody you grow up listening to. And the voices very recognizable. The excitement is always appreciated as somebody who was watching any game that he calls. He's truly one of my favorite. I think he's definitely top five play by play guys that I that. I enjoy listening to you, you producer a long time. Did you I know you produce like impact she goes scuff for the did you ever a game like an in game producer like did you ever? I know you've probably in produce a Super Bowl. But did you ever do over the course of your career? I dunno. Knicks islanders Rangers. You know, what one of one of my freelance jobs..
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"And so it wasn't lost on me a couple of weeks ago in a friend of mine, Richard sent me the the Wikipedia page, and I didn't know where he got it at first, and they list all the Super Bowl broadcasters from one to fifty three. And and he said look at this. He said you're doing your ninth consecutive Super Bowl. There's only one other broadcaster that has done nine in a row radio or TV. And that was Jack buck heated nine straight and you'll tie him with your ninth in a row this Super Bowl in Atlanta. He said now, but looking out buck did seventeen of them. Heated eight you missed a couple of years when NBC radio edit and done cricket the two. And then he did nine in a row, but you're going to tie him with his Super Bowl. And I thought about that. And I said I said, you know, that's why that's what my dream was getting in the business was to be like Jack buck and do those Monday night broadcasts and do Super Bowls and do big games on radio. And so no, I think about that a lot and and that that in a perfect world if I had to write the story might be the way I would end it and in a career in broadcasting that has wrought great for film, and great joy is provided for my family and has been a part of of a job that that every day I wake up on thankful. I'm in a business that I love so much. Kevin Harlan will be calling the patriots Rams game as he said this is his ninth consecutive Super Bowl for Westwood One. His tenth that he will call overall Camaro, car course, along with Westwood One works for CBS sports Turner sports, the NBA two K video game series will give shout out. Mike holmgren? Tony Boselli at word or Jim gray for Cheryl Tom Brady. Scott Graham are also on Westwood one's. Westwood one's coverage of the Super Bowl. Kevin have a great broadcast. Very good of you to do this and continued success heading forward. I'm sure we will do this again down the road on another topic. But I appreciate it very much. And thanks for joining us on the sports media podcast. You're so kind to ask Richard always appreciate your work and your position in this business, and it's an honor to be on with you. And to talk to so many listeners. And thank you for asking, a real pleasure. And I I do hope we do it against. Thank you again. Mike Arnold is directing this year Super Bowl for CBS. It will be the fifth time. He has directed the Super Bowl. He has been part of CBS Super Bowl coverage on twelve different occasions. And he joins us on these sports media podcast, Mike, I did this interview with you three years ago prior to your previous Super Bowl direction. So I like having you on every three years. Welcome back to the sports.
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Westwood One. And any of you radio fans, all ready know that also called the Super Bowl for CBS first year HD the ravens giants in two thousand one. So this will be his tenth the the patriots and Rams will be his tenth Super Bowl. Call Kevin Harlan as many people know has seventeen thousand employers. Some of them include CBS sports must been one Turner sports and the NBA two K video game series since two thousand and five Kevin Harlan has been a guest on this podcast before. And I welcome back to the sports media podcast. Kevin good of you to take the time to do this. Thank you, Frankie, Richard for asking always a pleasure to visit with you as well. Our kevin. I the reason I emailed you and want to John I am fascinated by the radio call of the Super Bowl because it obviously does not get anywhere near the publicity of television. Call it. There are so many people in the US and beyond who rely on your call and Kurt Warner's call to to figure out to enjoy the game to figure out. What is what is happening? So first and foremost, how do you approach this Super Bowl call for Westwood One differently? If it is indeed different than your call when you would be doing an NFL game for CBS. As a great question CBS entails. Probably a lot more attention to detail with the information that is given to us throughout the week. Our reading of the beat writers stories and the respective team cities, certainly the release a lot of difference to typical packages that come our way throughout the week. I wanna make sure that for my partner at CBS rich in that. I know. At least imprint what is available on any given week. So for the giants had been knocked out of playoff contention the week before, but there was lots world around UI manning would ode L Beckham junior play or not they shelve him for the rest of the season with just a couple of weeks left saquon Barkley, and what his impact has been many stories, and that really felt was was the responsibility of me. Make sure that I could be the trigger man to get riches thoughts. And so knowing those story lines in all the various components of game from tip detail for both teams becomes necessary with radio, the attention to detail is more focused on numbers names, formations who's up who's in who's out and and more of the chronicling of the game itself. Everybody knows I think that the stories of of these two teams going in will certainly have a list of the top storylines, but my job is to be reporter conveyor of emotion, making sure that that I I've been clear with my description on a kind of catch or the type of run or the defensive formation or the way the quarter. Bac is looking over defense or communicating with his line all the things that the listener cannot see you know, my goal. My main objective is to make sure that that my words around target. So throughout the week knowing these players knowing when they come in knowing that formations there in are far more important than for TV where the viewer can see and it's just accent in what they're watching accenting. The story lines making sure that I ask the appropriate questions to set up which again, and and get a guy who's been an MVP and the league to talk about it an accent the picture because in TV is unite have talked before the picture is. I the analyst is second the graphics and replay third, and then you've got the play by play guy who's ten of the underneath traffic cop to make sure you can tie and thread, these things all together radio. I'm number one. One the play by play guy is number one. In your words..
"kevin harlan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Bob. So for the patriots they will have their versions of the Super Bowl, of course. And then you'll get the Westwood One version to believe it's Kevin Harlan. I will not be boomer assize in this year. He retired from Westwood One broadcast and so he'll be at the Super Bowl. And in fact will be joining us on our Wednesday nights slash Thursday morning show weight Wednesday. Yes, I think I can't remember now. Anyway, he'll be on the show at some point next week or this week from Atlanta, but he won't be part of the Super Bowl broadcast. Although I think it'll be really interesting to hear Kurt Warner's. Not only his reflections on the Rams and the Super Bowl. But also just the idea of now having I hesitate to call it a rematch, but a rematch of of the Super Bowl that followed the two thousand one season. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. You can follow me on Twitter Ayla radio, and you're going to want to because as soon as I tell you this story, you're going to get the unofficial polar bear plunge video. And the reason I say it's unofficial is because it was taken with my phone and Greg Shipley. Who is the member of the Maryland state police that was on my show on Friday morning, and who was really instrumental in including me in the police plunge on Friday at at an apple is Chesapeake Bay. He had my phone. And so he was taking pictures some of the funniest pictures you'll ever see. But probably the greatest action photo of my entire life, which is already on Twitter. And on Facebook. He was taking pictures, and then he started rolling video after I had already plunged into the water. But you do get the other. You get the final fifty seconds of my plunge experience on this. Unofficial video. So again, it's all edited I will post it as soon as I get done telling you my story, as you know, because you're listening to the show on Friday morning. The Maryland state police have the nation's largest polar bear plunge to benefit Special Olympics, nearly ten thousand strong, and there are multiple plunges over various day so students plunge you end up having a corporate plunge. You have the, you know, the plunge for pretty much anybody who wants to be involved, and because of my schedule I was part of the police fire rescue and military plunge. It was awesome to be there to have the opportunity to interact with so many who are in public service. And also a lot of the cadets, I didn't interact the cadets aren't allowed to interact, but a lot of the cadets from the naval academy and more pictures that I can share with you. But essentially they were lined up on the beach an hour before we ever did the plunge. The governor was there as well. And he's a major supporter, I'm not this law enforcement Special Olympics. He was handing out a special courage award. Greg forced me to make comments on the stage. I did not want to. I was so nervous. I tried to hide from him. But he found me. Anyway, I got a picture with the governor was it was just a really awesome experience to be included with so many people that I admire and that was actually what I settle the stage was if you can spend a day with so many people that you admire it's it's got to be a good day between fire and rescue and first responders and our military as well as the number of Special Olympics athletes that were there. So that was awesome to be able to shake hands and give hugs and feeder gold medals and ask them about their sports. All of those things were far more important than the fact that I was cold. But can I be honest. I have never been colder in my entire life. I don't care what you say about. How thirty six degree water is not that big of a deal. It was frigid, and I spent ninety seconds not by design is bet ninety seconds in that thirty six degree water. And by the time that thirty seconds had passed. I could not feel the lower half of my body. I was ready to get out after fifteen seconds. Nope wasn't allowed. So here's how it worked out. There is a state police dive team. And if you listen to the show on Friday, you probably heard Greg talk about it. They former perimeter about one hundred yards out for the beach. Again, you can see some of the some of these details on the pictures that have already tweeted and put on Facebook. And so the dive team I met beforehand, and they said to me you have to come out and give a high five, and I didn't want to lie. So I said I'll try I can't make any promises, but I will try to make it the hundred yards out to give you all high five now as it turned out. The goal pros were on the heads of the dive team. And that's who was videoing me. But there was one of the dive team members who was injured and couldn't be out there in the water for as long as they were out there. I give them credit. They're wearing multiple wetsuits. But obviously there are still frozen because they're out there for a good hour, and they're out there more than once because there are multiple plunges per day. So. So the member of the dive team that was injured. His name was Chris. So he was paired up with me as my plunge, buddy. He promised me. He would not push me. He would not hold me in the water that he would just company me because he needed someone to plunge with two. So we waited till all the crazy cadets Rushton and rushed out. I mean, it was nuts. So you should theme. These cadets from the naval academy. They went in yelling this massive. Roar goes up on the beach, and they all go running into the water, of course. And I'm sure that it was just as cold for them. But a lot of them went all the way out to the dive team perimeter. But that was not my plan. I just didn't tell Chris. So finally, the beaches cleared, they didn't want me to go in at the same time as the cadets for fear that I would get run over. I thank you for that. Finally, the beaches cleared, and they line me up in the middle. There's still a few people in the water, but they wanted the divers to be able to get me on gopro. So they had to signal the divers the divers are waving. Yes, we're ready. So there was no more stalling. So we did a one two three. And I got this running star. And as I promised he was going to happen. I get three big steps in and appeal the shock of this cold water, and then because in water your lower-half when you're running your lower is moving more slowly than your top half. I was top heavy and boom fell right into the water. But I was good. Right. Okay. That was my plunge. My hair got wet by faith got wet. I was all the way in I stand up. I let out this crazy screen, and I turn and you'll see this on the unofficial video. I turned to go back to the beach like that. Right. Twenty seconds. Okay. Get me out of here. And Chris says, no we're going out there. And I was like, no, I'm not no, I'm not. He's like, yes. You are. And he grabbed hold my gosh. And so at that point, I couldn't actually say a whole lot more that. No, no, no and scream scream scream. But he pulls my hand, he grabbed my hand. I'm like fine. If we're going we're going fast like as fast as we can possibly go. And so I start booking it. I'm holding. Rear end, running this water, which eventually got up to about just below your chest. And so I'm running and I'm screaming at the divers who are wearing the go pros and I'll give five high fives. And I turn around and the beach looks like today mile. I know it's only a hundred yards. But it looks like it would they mile away. So I left plunged buddy in the dust so to speak. I was not waiting. I thought there's no way I'm never going to get out of this water. And so I run and I run as fast as I possibly can. And again, you'll see this on the video me coming back toward the beach, and I've left Chris in just in my rear view mirror. So as I'm getting closer, I'm thinking. Okay. I'm almost out. Now, I cannot feel my lower half. I'm almost I'm almost out. And what did she know two steps to the beach trip and fall in the water? Oh my gosh. That is also on the unofficial polar bear plunge video. And so as I'm coming back up on the beach. Of course, I I share with you my undeniable grace, and there there was no way to prevent that from being on the video. And since whatever I don't care if people laugh at me, I left it on the video did not take it out. Anyway, there was a the colonel's wife the Maryland state police Colonel wife was holding my towel. She was like halfway down the beach. So I am freezing my tongue has turned blue. I'm freezing cold because now you're closer sticking to your right? You're in this in the air was probably in the upper thirties. But there was a very brisk wind. And so it was chilly. So I get my towel. And thankfully, they had these heated rooms inside these tents where you can go, and you can change. And so it was great to be able to get inside with the heater. But my toes did not warm up for a good hour. I couldn't feel my toes for the first thirty minutes. And then they didn't. Warm up for a full hour. And that was weirdly shaky. I'm not sure why I hadn't really eaten anything, and you know, had worked overnight and take it like a ninety minute nap. So it kinda drains me, but it was really amazing to be part of the experience and to see not only all of these cadets go racing down the beach and into the water, but to to connect with so many amazing people and have a chance to talk to athletes as well. And so I'm waiting again for the official video, but I did survive, and I would like to thank the Maryland state police and Maryland Special Olympics for officially making me a polar bear people are already asking me if I'm gonna do it again. Right now, my answer is I have no idea. We'll see what my schedule holds. It was cold enough that I don't want to do it again. But if it turns out that my schedule would allow maybe maybe next year, I will have forgotten how my toes were frozen. And how Chris made me stay in the water for ninety seconds ninety seconds in thirty six degree water. No, no, not something. I'd wanna do every week. But I really admire everyone who who does it for this incredible. 'cause the goal is to half million dollars to raise for Special Olympics every year, and they were already over two million. As of Friday was still multiple plunges to go. So congratulations to Greg who runs this for the state police and to the Maryland state police and Special Olympics amazing. I I am an all of all of you. And thank you so much for including me. So again as soon as we take this break, I will post the unofficial video. You'll see me in the middle of the video pop up out of the water and try to turn back to the beach. And Chris grabs me is like no we have to go and. Oh, yes. You'll see. And if you watch all the way to the end, my grace, I was wearing shoes by the way. And I was still completely ungraceful. Thank you again for all your support a lot of you donated. And I promise you video there will be another one at some point. But I wanted to deliver on my promise, even though I look like a total dork. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on Twitter, AOL radio Facebook too. You can look for that video. And there are already plenty of pictures up including one I changed my Twitter. Profile picture to include a photo that was taken literally seconds after I got out of the water. I'm still completely dripping and frozen solid. And my face is classic. That's my new profile pic. Anyway, thanks again for for listening for caring. So many new sent me.
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Kevin Harlan from New Orleans in the NFC championship. Final. Call is the Rams get back to the Super Bowl for the first time since two thousand one season and the greatest show on turf when they played the New England Patriots. And then the New England Patriots get back to the Super Bowl for a third consecutive year. And we all know about the the dynasty and the pattern Davis, stab lashed. But this is the first time they'd won a conference championship on the road. Since two thousand four and so what's all these new again? But you've also got an element of new with the old who've if that makes sense, of course, it does so Kevin Harlan and Kevin Kugler on Westwood One. With the final calls, not only do both championship games. Go into overtime. But both championship games are won. By the road teams. Pretty amazing stuff. It was the kind of championship Sunday that you hope for and yes there are controversies. And yes, there are question marks. And yes, there are various elements to pick apart. And I have so many note cards full of scribbles. I'm excited to talk about championships Sunday with you. I hope you enjoyed your weekend. And a lot of people are on a holiday weekend. I of course, had a three day weekend was not here on Thursday night into Friday morning. I had an event and a personal matter to take care of in the DC area. So I was in our nation's capital for a couple of days got some family time, which was awesome. But back home before the storm hit the northeast and able to watch the football. And and like, I said take all of these notes pages and pages in my case, note cards, note.
"kevin harlan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Kevin Harlan for and we're in for a real battle at the Murphy home tonight. Mom's coming down the stretch with a huge load of laundry, Dan, just order, the dishwasher and won't wanna know where daughter nor jumps in a hot shower, this could get ugly, but thanks to the Murphys navien tankless water heater everybody wins tonight because and delivers an endless supply of hot water for everyone. Find out more at tankless made simple dot com or your professional navien contractor. Jason Horowitz outgrow back upstairs Toyota stadium side of the two thousand nineteen FCS national championship somewhere in that sea of golden greed is Libya decker and we'll go down to her as soon as she's wrangled up some players coach Chris climate as well as North Dakota state, Allah celebrating its seventh national championship in eight years. And there was some talk coming into this game at this might be one of the best ever of these seven titles because they're undefeated only the two thousand thirteen bison of that group was undefeated. And this team is now one of just five FCS teams ever to run through the playoffs and finish his champions undefeated. What a tremendous accomplishment. To do it week after week. It has to be at your very best every week and that Missouri valley conference they play in. That's a tough conference. They don't just breeze through that one. Either fact they were really tested in some of those games that probably had a battle tested for a moment like today, but they do everything a championship team has to do their a champion through and through they've earned it all the way through. And the only question is how come eastern stick wasn't in New York three weeks ago for the Heisman Trophy. Who's had a better season or a better career than eastern stick Cutler Murray fans to talk about low offense will Greer fans might be arguing that but album this though so last night here in Frisco, they awarded the Walter Payton award for the FCS offensive player of the year eastern. Stick was one of the three finalists Samford quarterback Devlin Hodges who'll by the way, happens to be a championship. Duck caller, also a good quarterback. He won the award is the Walter Payton national FCS offensive player of the year. Well, that shows probably that there weren't a lot of football coaches who voted for that. Because the number that stands out. There's an old parcel saying that says you can tell the tracker by pelts. In other words, you judge a quarterback by how many wins? He's got who's got more Winston eastern stick? So who deserves the trophy more than he does. And he's got forty nine all time FCS record with today's victory. Let's go downstairs to Olympia decker. Congratulations. What a way to go out and have that touchdown at the very end. Rethinking as you cross. The answer we needed a first down and probably would have been the smarter play just to go down and slide there, but the emotions got the best of us and oftentimes unbelievable job all day and to seal it there in the end that was a special feeling hit you after that last touchdown that this is your last game. And you're about to win it once once we walked off the field there you could. Emotions kinda hit. Everybody wants. I think it's a special senior group, and it's been a special year, and I'm just thankful for my teammates in and everybody part of this program. What do you think you'll remember most when you think about this season? It's just the people we had an unbelievable locker room. Unbelievable coaches and administrators, and it was just so much fun to be around them every single day, and they made me a better person. And I it's been so much fun. You go onto your next chapter and coach climbing goes onto his what are your thoughts watching him right now. It's it's emotional so thankful for coach and everything he's done for our program and we wasted locked. But right now, he's the bison. And we're going to celebrate with them. Thank you very much. All right. Olivia east at thank you very much Chris climate. We we talked with him yesterday at length Allah about what it meant to him to coach this team in the playoffs. He took the Kansas state job right before the semi-final game against South Dakota state. They won that game. He was out recruiting national signing day in Manhattan and back prepping for the championship, but he told us when he took over for Craig Bohl, this group of seniors. This is his fifth year. This is the first recruiting class that he had as the head coach it meant a lot to him. A.
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"Exploring. Kevin Harlan TNT with the call part of is forty four point effort and the rockets wind up winning one thirty five to one thirty four harden also had ten rebounds, fifteen assists. Not too bad. Clint cappella twenty nine points in Twenty-one boards here Steph curry, so what happened after that twenty point lead. You guys built a little laziness leave. But again, you have a lead like this stuff way to go, especially on your home floor for shore tonight, the Netzer in Memphis will have it on the fan. The Knicks are in Los Angeles take on the Lakers now, I played one clip earlier of this. I went I got a little bit more. And this can really tell the story I think I can pull it up here. And this was. Gotta find it now. So this was the Stephen Jackson, Darrell strawberry stuff. Now. I'll play the first couple of clips take you back Darryl was caught up by TMZ in an airport. I think in Los Angeles, and they were asking him about players using marijuana for pain pain relief to get high. Okay. The the he was asked about pain relief. Basically. It's really about. I'll get an is. Okay. I suppose for some it's about pain relief getting high or that for others and Darryl went into the whole. You know, there's really it's a gateway. It's going to take a different things get lit, Jerry. Okay. Get let that's fine. But he he feared that people that smoke weed are gonna end up being cocaine users essentially is what he was saying. So Stephen Jackson a couple of days later or a day later, and this was put out on TMZ as well. Was hanging out did a little video. And basically says who are you to say anything, bro, you a whole coke head out here? You skip that whole class doubt. You ain't try to roll you up. You were straight to the boy. I'm sorry. I know it's a serious thing. But his inflection makes me laugh. I'm sorry. He also said he'd rather hear from me. I don't know there's never stopped. But he doesn't want to hear from a guy who is suspended a few times for cocaine use widely play ball. I think he would take don't you think for not trying? It don't buy said, they'll do it. Because at least other things then he would probably say, well, how do you know, you never done it? Probably true. Yeah. It'd be probably be mad at me and Darryl stroke. You might be right is everybody else in the same boat. There are no I mean, I've never tried weed really smoking marijuana..
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Everything you need to know for Sunday's Elite Eight games in the NCAA tournament
"Elgin illinois time here for these kids rebound news so there's kevin harlan on cbs and they beat illinois state to win the missouri valley conference sixty five forty nine the ramblers at that time twenty eight and five heading into the nc double a tournament and that's when they get their first round opponent as the eleven see they would face miami in the first round in the south region it's a game as we headed into this we saw the match up on selection sunday right we said well that's one of those seeds that those two teams are kind of equal even though the seating says eleven and a six it was a sexy pick it was the you know how you always need a twelve of setting a five this was it's not a twelve and a five but this was the this was the matchup that everybody was like willow loyal they play gritty style of basketball they're tough defensively they they take a lot of threes so they actually only shot thirty eight percent from three the miami shot forty four percent from three in that game but it was a game that was one of the first buzzerbeaters of the ncaa tournament and speaking of miami was on the free throw line they took the lead sixty to sixty one and then we had this seventy five percent i no the offense rebound grandpa richardson the word towns court top postal expires lawyer so there you go the big shot from dante ingram three pointer the assists remark is towns and you think back to that play in the conversation after it happened porter moser deciding not to call timeout you get the defensive rebound go the other way you have chaos on defense they can't get themselves set and attack and that was the key phrase that porter moser kept saying as the ramblers head on to the next round and that's when everybody was like okay nice reliable they were the sexy pick two in that game now now you're gonna face a real team right you're going to face a real team the tennessee vols the number three seed in the south region in the second round and you're the game kind of went back and forth.