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"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

07:47 min | 2 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Field goal also had a 58 yarder. Earlier, Patrick Mahomes with a long touchdown throw tow, Tyree kill in the fourth quarter. Cuyler Mori touchdown runs and a pass as well for scores. The Cardinals Down Washington 30 to 15 Cowboys with a crazy rally to beat the Falcons. 42 39 Dallas scored 16 points in the final five minutes Sunday night. Baseball's Have Wrigley the Twins leave the Cubs for nothing in the seventh son, ESPN TV radio in the APP. Padres Top the Mariners seven of Fort 11 innings San Diego clinches a play off spot for the first time in 14 years. And screen and I'll see you at noon Eastern after a crazy NFL Sunday that included a fabulous finish between the Cowboys and Falcons and a whole slate of terrible injuries, Greenie Noon Eastern on ESPN Radio and ESPN news. It's great to have one of my favorite people at ESPN. Rod Gilmore joining us here on the college football podcast Bennett, ESPN. What? For 24 years, ABC and ESPN joining the network and 1996 and Rod. You've seen a lot of things. There's a lot of things we could talk about here so much to cover. How would you describe The summer and where we're at now, as we approach the fall and with football in certain parts of the country beginning how would you describe what has been going on? And I know there's a very broad general question, but it'll help me understand what's off the top of your mind that that has stood out in the last five months. Well, first of all the great to catch up with you. It's been a while since I haven't been back to Bristol in a minute, so we haven't been, you know, able to chat too much, but it's great to catch up with you. It's just amazing the kind of year that this has been unpredictable. I mean, I don't know who would have figured All the things that have come together this year to create just probably issued the worst year I can imagine. Ah, pandemic and out here in California we had fires and sports world has turned upside down. It's it's all pretty surreal. Um, for me. I just can't. I can't wrap my head around the notion that we are trying to get our arms around a pandemic. And the social justice system, a discrimination that's been going on for a long time that it all came together a confluence of these things at one time, and it turned the world upside down. How we come out of this, How we deal with it, you know, as a society and how we deal with it in the sports world is, I think, remaking The way we feel about sports the way we look at sports and in my area in college football, I think concert ball is going to be changed forever, if for no other reason of the rise of player empowerment caused by what We've seen this year in the pandemic. Um and the Social Justice area players will not go back to being the guys who were simply following orders of coaches and administrators. They are far too empowered now, and I think that will change college football forever. What kind of role do you think you know that the The voice of the athlete, especially in the college football side of things it building up in June and July. And the idea we want more transparency coming from the Pac 12 in the group of players, the coalition as well as the Big 10, What kind of role do you think that played in the decision making process of the Pac 12 saying We won't have false sports as well as the Big 10, which is right now as the time of us taping? This is 12. Sticks on a Thursday as a hell no fall football in spring football that could that subject. The change If would that spring football has moved up, But what kind of role do you think it played in the conferences? Decision making process? Well, it's a great question, and I'm curious to know what you think I'll tell you where or I am how I see this. Um, I think the Pac 12 big decision decision was just extraordinary because normally those of us who have been critical of college athletics believed that money drives everything. You can't really say that in this instance with that decision because of the extraordinary cost that both conferences Had endured. I mean, if you just look across the board, Michigan and Wisconsin are both talking about Ah, $100 million loss from their budgets. The Pac 12 cut there. Pat Pac 12 Network. 88 employees lost their jobs, their been salary cuts, so they've just taken the pain. Financial pain right now that other conferences may sing see later, but they took it right now, And that's just not the sort of thing that you expect that that financial matters would drive the decision, but it clearly did not hear. I do believe Playerssafety was the overwhelming factor. However, I can't believe for a second that the fact that players were trying to organize and create an association because it can really create union that that wasn't a factor. That was a problem for the Pac 12. And for the big Can. I have heard for years from administrators and coaches that the war sphere Was players organizing, pushing back and trying to get a seat at the table. So I believe that was a factor. How much of a factor? I'm not certain, but I know it was something that concerned administrators and coaches in both conferences. What? What's your reaction to it? My reaction is that ah, twofold thie idea that the Pac 12 can be unified and make sure that they were transparent from the start and how they communicated with the 12 page letter that they produced backing it up with the medical information toe answer many of the questions How the eighties and the coaches have not been seeking a microphone. Ah, and voicing an opinion just hey, that this is how we voted. This is how we're going. We're moving forward together as a conference on the same page, and then you have the You know, the Nebraska speaking out Ohio State, No. Penn State A D. How that all played out. I just My my biggest issue is that Kevin Warne was used as a scapegoat now. Kevin and his communications team in the Big 10 failed him as well as he failed in the interview process afterwards on addressing why they did instead of just saying, Oh, this is just our decision and medical concerns that they should have been much more transparent. They I get, and I've said this repeated on the podcast. I get ticked off that granite. The commissioner's there to take it just like we see the NFL. Roger Goodell does the bidding of the owners on DH. And the owners don't want to face the media. That's that's what we're seeing with Kevin Warren and the president's in the chancellor's Did. The vote is out there 11 to 3, but publicly not one of them, speaking out in support of Kevin Warren's decision, and Kevin has to answer to everything. I thought that was a failure across the board. Now I come backto one word. I've said this repeatedly while player safety is a concern. Liability to me is the biggest thing noted with the unknown of a novel virus. Nobody wants to be liable of the ramifications down the road with the unknown and the hard issues, and some of the data that's coming in..

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:54 min | 2 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I just know that I don't anticipate Nebraska telling no Sorry. There's no fans. Nebraska will move forward and trying to have us many fans as being saved by health officials. Now let's go in the other direction. The big one. What is the damage that the big 10 just did to itself? I mean, they said that was going to be no games. This wasn't gonna happen. They were the first to this. They were. They had no reason to be first to it. It's like they wanted to be the anger, the big 10 the punches they have taken in the face. What is the future of the big 10 and it will this cause anybody to say like Nebraska had discussed? Hey, maybe there's another place for us another another conference for us. You don't think the branch Live actively are openly looking. They just wanted to be able to play. And if that meant outside of the big 10, then they wanted to get games in. They felt like Nebraska felt like they could. Conduct themselves mature Lee and safely in play football. The big can can can put out a fire here really easy by Ohio State running the table, beating Clemson or Alabama Whoever's in the college football playoff in Winter National championship. You can just flip it around, okay after further considered consideration. We reverse course and listen to our student athletes. Our coaches are medical professionals and said, OK, we were who soon we're sorry. Like now. Kevin Warne is a rookie commissioner following a legend and Jim Delaney and he has earned the reputation right now is the biggest liability as the power five commissioners. He's inexperienced when it comes to navigating different layers of leadership that was exposed clearly and Jim, the lady would go in and say, This is what we're going to Dio. Everyone's going to make a lot of money, Everyone kind of not at their head, even if you Didn't agree. You respected Jim DeLay. He paid you athletically and academically Commissioner Warren walk in and said, What do you guys think we should deal on? That's just a different style of leadership. And it's a political situation clearly where warns, gotta please the chancellor's presidents, but he's also got a you know, be able to listen to you with an athletic directors and coaches and bring everybody together. He did not do that. And it's a monster. Mr. You've at least reverse course. Instead of digging in and you're no longer on the sideline, it won't be for gotten it could be forgiven based on how a wild state performs this season. Chris Schmidt from ESPN, Lincoln and also KFOR radio care Far now find him on Twitter at Schmidt with one T. That's a DT underscore radio. Underscore radio find him follow. Do the whole thing's Chris. Always a pleasure, man. I appreciate you taking the time to be with us. The cancelled culture continues to find things to cancel. Next.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

07:30 min | 2 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WEEI

"Happy Tuesday to you, boys and girls. One question one question Only. How do you feel? I feel good and I'm doing well, that's all that really matters. We come to you live from the rocket mortgage by Quicken Loan Studios. When you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process rocket again. We appreciate you being with us in a fine Tuesday. Send us your tweets, DEA on CBS or on the phone today 55 to 12 for CBS. Change of heart could be a foot in the big 10, where a little over a month ago, they decided not to play football this fall that was untenable, but now it feels who we could be on the doorstep of them, reversing that decision, with another vote coming up early this week. Joining us here on the show is a two time Super Bowl champion. Former Big 10 stand out at the University of Illinois, a member of the Big 10 network, Howard Griffith, joining us this morning on the show, Howard Good morning. Good morning. How are you feeling today doing good buddy. I'm doing good. And I always appreciate your time. And so thanks so much for carving out some of it for us today. And so this feels like it's a different reality for the big 10. What do you think has changed in the administrators minds to want to go back and re vote? Well, I think it's interesting, right? I don't know that we know that anything is really changed with the president in the Chancellor's. Obviously there's a lot of speculation with the potential of a new vote coming. Another vote coming I think when you when you look around college football, you see the A C C playing, You see the FTC still moving toward playing games. You see the big 12 plan. I think in and you start to hear about the testing it now available. You're starting to get the field. I think maybe we ought to revisit it. Maybe take another crack at it is interesting because we know the way the schedule was set up. It was set up for just this on when I say just this. I mean, if the big tent needed to push some tired back or moves in games I could get more information schedule allow for it. So we'll just have to see you know what the medical teams and then present and continue to present to the presidents and chancellors and and get an idea what they're going to ultimately do and hopefully that get back to college with ball sports. Do you think that the pressure or the criticism applied by the parents of the players of football player to the Big 10 had anything had a role to play in potentially a revote? And that was sure that the parents had a role. Obviously, they had a voice. Obviously the player several voice coaches voice, but I think if things D turn around and they re vote and they decide to play. I think it's gonna have more to do with with them with the medical evidence show them. And I think it's also be be clear, too. I think it's gonna also has something to do with the economics off what's going on as well. So I think there there many things Are gonna go into to the decision that these presidents have to base. Obviously, we want to believe that they're gonna be looking out for our young people. But I think there's a There's a lot of pressure coming from a lot of different directions. About why they lace. They may need to reconsider the boat that they had. Previously Howard Griffith joins us Big 10 Network analyst but just so audiences clear this potential re vote this week. That wasn't previously scheduled, right. This. This was a decision made over the weekend that this was something they were going to revisit. They didn't have original plan to revisit it, did they I do not think they have an original plan and all I think to revisit this. I think they've made a decision and that's where they were going to stay. But I think medical evidence and, um No more research has come out and come to the forefront and that you have to believe that That's what the impetus was two before the meeting over the weekend and to continue to, you know Looks like move forward. Tio have a revote. Presidents had an opportunity to be presented. So I believe over the weekend. I'm sure they went back to their boards and their people will bear if their institutions to have more discussion here. It looks like we're going to get a vote to see exactly what's gonna happen. Move forward. Does it suggest that the big 10 acted too quickly? A month ago that the SEC wasn't planted a plant a week for the college football season anyway, that may be a smarter attack would have just simply been. We're gonna wait until that date and then see how that unfolds before we make a decision Would that have been the smarter play? I think we can all Monday morning quarterback this and I think as we sit here today, Yes, That probably was the best decision. But you know, I wasn't in that meeting. I don't know what the evidence that was presented by the medical staff was, but it obviously had to be compelling. For them to move in such a way that I get to be believed it was 11 3 vote not to play that it had to be significant. So hopefully we start to find out exactly what happened. And hopefully there's more. There's more transparency. But this next vote with the president, I mean looking Well. Kevin Warne was was put in a very difficult series, and most people believe that it was Kevin Warren's decision alone. But I think they could get the president of the world in the chances that worked and ultimately make the decision. About what's gonna happen with this season, and we have to get back to that. And I would have to imagine as you kind of alluded to in your first answer that watching other power conferences play into this point. Have a successful start of the season has to reconfigure your expectations had the last two weeks been a disaster and the A. C C tried to play in the big 12 tried to play. There's a ton of positive tests and games or canceled and kids were pulled out of the locker rooms or whatever. There's no way the big 10 revisits it. But this is all because simply the power conferences now have played two of the three and that they went off relatively successfully, right. I think they've had success. I don't know what any players who have tested positive after the game. That actually played in a game, So you actually contracted it while you were playing out? I don't know if there's any evidence right now that any players had done that, you know, listening to these schools are being causes that can be You know, the players are trying to be as cautious as they can be when it comes to this, and they're doing the best job they can. But you have to believe you know, they continue to move forward with this. There's a lot of there's a lot of questions about. Why not why we not play and you know that's what the young people wanted to do. And it's just not really just not just about football. Obviously, as the big revenue sports people are thinking about But, you know, fall sports in general has has been wiped out and the young people deserve an opportunity to go out with competing. There's more medical evidence out there to support that they could be kept safe. Then it needs to be reconsidered. And they need to try to move forward. And, you know, I think that that is ultimately going to be the plan and ultimately what happened. Howard Griffith. Big 10 Network joins us this morning here on the show. I've seen projections of the big 10, potentially restarting..

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"kevin warne" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"I mean, look, he did say that Michigan could Michigan and Michigan State could be pivotal calls. I mean, it depends on how they ask him the vote and when they ask them to vote When they were still in the same way. Well, Jamie when the white smoke emerges from the towers of the Big 10 office, that's when we know that we will have a vote and well. We'll either have football or we won't or Look it. Ah, Kevin Warren out there saying we're gonna practice it as ah, We are going even though we don't have a vote. That kind of seems like you know if the big 10 is gonna big 10 Which is, you know Not really come out and say anything and have ah bunch of different committees and have somebody that is one of the most. Certainly well paid. It will help most well known broadcasters and Dan Patrick characterized the the meetings as ah, optimistic, but Contentious but I can't wait. I can't wait for the next move by them. I I wish that you know, that would be good. They showed it on the Big 10 network showing the presidents and chancellors let let me see that zoom and letting Kevin Warne conducted and everything had the president's going out and talking to one another. That would be Hey, that would be great. That's right there. That's solid gold right there. You don't think people have paid Come on May That would be great. I would love to see that. They should do it. It's their network, right? You want to earn some money? That's how you earn money. Broadcasted. That's what I would do. Trent. Why not? Why not? Three. Let's get a We want transparency now. Big 10. You will earn back your fans. You want to earn back your players. You won't earn back your coach. You lost them too. I'm going to tell you the truth. You lost a lot of people. I don't know where the athletic directors are because You don't hear from you. You don't hear from the athletic director's anymore. Not there. Not there. There's still working. I know. But they're on the committee that There you go there on the committees. When you say it like that they returned to play committee like I don't know if that was different than the The schedule that was, you know, put together early in August. I'm not sure like they they have a task force to return to play task Force. But then they had a AH committee. And I saw that word manuals on one of those committees. I mean, like, so you he's not just on. I think Josh is not just on Zoom's with his. You know his own coach. He's on one of these committees or what would be interesting with it all. When it all comes out. You know what Word you know, says about the you know the maneuvering and everything else. We gotta do some early. We're gonna go. We gotta go to a break. But we're gonna do some early. We'll open up the phones and open up the phone. I want to talk about the Detroit Lions. It's just one game, everybody and I can't. Do you still think it's same old lions? Come on, There's a change in these lions. They got teeth. I think they got teeth. I still think this team can finish strong. I still think this team can play well in their division. It's it's there for that. But you got to get ready because you're going to face one of the best quarterbacks in in in in the league that being said, I mean, look, the lines could He still could do it. I still think it's just one game just like I think Tom Brady. Everybody thinks it's over. She's got old. He's this. He's that and we're gonna talk about that. Tom Brady is not old. He put here's a new quote. He's a new quarterback in a new system. And he's He's playing in the game for the first time, and he played like it. That's what I think. All of that on the other side, and you You're listening to the M Zone. This is the zone..

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:59 min | 3 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"It's great to have one of my favorite people at ESPN. Rod Gilmore joining us here on the college football podcast Bennett, ESPN. What? For 24 years, ABC and ESPN joining the network and 1996 and Rod. You've seen a lot of things. There's a lot of things we could talk about here so much to cover. How would you describe The summer and where we're at now, as we approach the fall and with football in certain parts of the country beginning how would you describe what has been going on? And I know there's a very broad general question, but it'll help me understand what's off the top of your mind that that has stood out in the last five months. Well, first of all the great to catch up with you. It's been a while since I haven't been back to Bristol in a minute, so we haven't been, you know, able to chat too much, but it's great to catch up with you. It's just amazing the kind of year that this has been unpredictable. I mean, I don't know who would have figured All the things that have come together this year to create just probably issued the worst year I can imagine. Ah, pandemic and out here in California we had fires and sports world has turned upside down. It's all pretty surreal. Um, for me. I just can't. I can't wrap my head around the notion that we are trying to get our arms around a pandemic. And the social justice system, a discrimination that's been going on for a long time that it all came together a confluence of these things at one time, and it turned the world upside down. How we come out of this, How we deal with it, you know, as a society and how we deal with it in the sports world is, I think, remaking The way we feel about sports the way we look at sports and in my area in college football, I think concert ball is going to be changed forever, if for no other reason, uh, the the rise of player empowerment caused by what we've seen this year. In the In the pandemic, Um and the Social Justice area players will not go back to being the guys who were simply following orders of coaches and administrators. They are far too. Howard, and I think that will change college football forever. What kind of role do you think you know that the voice of the athlete especially in the college football side of things, it building up in June and July, and the idea we want more transparency coming from the Pac 12 in the group of players, the coalition as well as the big 10. What kind of role do you think that played in the decision making process of the Pac 12 saying we won't have false sports as well as the Big 10, which is right now as the time of us taping. This is 12.6 on a Thursday as a brand how no fall football in spring football that could that subject the change If we're that spring football has moved up, But what kind of role do you think it played in the conferences? Decision making process? Well, it's a great question and I'm curious to know what you think I'll tell you where I am. How I see this. Um I think the Pac 12 Big Tin decision decision was just extraordinary because normally those of us who have been critical of college athletics believed that money drives everything. You can't really say that in this instance with that decision because of the extraordinary cost that both conferences Had endured. I mean, if you just look across the board, Michigan and Wisconsin are both talking about Ah, $100 million loss from their budgets. The Pac 12 there, Pat Pac 12 Network. 88 employees lost their jobs, their been salary cuts, so they've just taken the pain. Financial pain right now that other conferences may seen see later, but they took it right now. And that's just not the sort of thing that you expect that that financial matters would drive the decision, but it clearly did not hear. I do believe Playerssafety was the overwhelming factor. However, I can't believe for a second that the fact that players were trying to organize and create an association because it can really create a union that that wasn't a factor. That was a problem for the Pac 12 and for the big Can I have heard for years from administrators and coaches at the worst fear. Was players organizing, pushing back and trying to get a seat at the table. So I believe that was a factor. How much of a factor? I'm not certain, but I know it was something that concerned administrators and coaches in both conferences. What? What's your reaction to it? My reaction is that ah, twofold thie idea that ah, the Pac 12 can be unified and make sure that they were transparent from the start and how they communicated with the 12 page letter that they produced backing it up with the medical information toe answer many of the questions How the eighties on the coaches have not been seeking a microphone. Ah, and voicing an opinion, just hey, but this is how we voted. This is how we're going. We're moving forward together as a conference on the same page, and then you have the You know, the Nebraska speaking out Ohio State? No. Penn State A D. How that all played out. I just My biggest issue is that Kevin Warne was used as a scapegoat. Now Kevin and his communications team in the Big 10 failed him as well as he failed in the interview process afterwards on addressing Why they did instead of just saying Oh, this is just our decision and medical concerns that they should have been much more transparent. They I get and I've said this repeating on the podcast. I get ticked off that granite. The commissioner's there to take it just like we see in the NFL. Roger Goodell does the bidding of the owners on DH and the owners don't want to face the media. That's that's what we're seeing with Kevin Warren and the president's in the chancellor's did. The vote is out there 11 to 3, but publicly not one of them, speaking out in support of Kevin Warren's decision, and Kevin has to answer to everything I thought that was a failure across the board. Now I come backto one word. I've said this repeatedly while player safety is a concern. Ah, liability to me is the biggest thing noted with the unknown of a novel virus. Ah, nobody wants to be liable of the ramifications down the road with the unknown and the heart issues. Is in some of the data that's coming in. The most disappointing thing about this whole thing in the pandemic is at a one point months ago, it felt like the power five was lock.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:59 min | 3 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And it's great to have one of my favorite people at ESPN. Rod Gilmore joining us here on the college football podcast Bennett, ESPN. What? For 24 years, ABC and ESPN joining the network and 1996 and Ah, Rod, you've seen a lot of things. There's a lot of things we could talk about here so much to cover. How would you describe The summer and where we're at now, as we approach the fall and with football in certain parts of the country beginning how would you describe what has been going on? And I know there's a very broad general question, but it'll help me understand what's off the top of your mind that that has stood out in the last five months. Well, first of all the great to catch up with you. It's been a while since I haven't been back to Bristol in a minute, so we haven't been, you know, able to chat too much, but it's great to catch up with you. It's just amazing the kind of year that this has been unpredictable. I mean, I don't know who would have figured All the things that have come together this year to create just probably issued the worst year I can imagine. Ah, pandemic and out here in California we have fires and sports world has turned upside down. It's all pretty surreal. Um, for me. I just can't. I can't wrap my head around the notion that we are trying to get our arms around a pandemic. And the social justice system, a discrimination that's been going on for a long time that it all came together a confluence of these things at one time, and it turned the world upside down. How we come out of this, How we deal with it, you know, as a society and how we deal with it in the sports world is, I think, remaking The way we feel about sports the way we look at sports and in my area in college football, I think concert ball is going to be changed forever, if for no other reason, uh, the the rise of player empowerment caused by what we've seen this year. In the In the pandemic, Um and the Social Justice area players will not go back to being the guys who were simply following orders of coaches and administrators. They are far too. Howard now, and I think that will change college football forever. What kind of role do you think you know that the voice of the athlete especially in the college football side of things, it building up in June and July, and the idea we want more transparency coming from the Pac 12 in the group of players, the coalition as well as the Big 10 will kind of role. Do you think that played in the decision making process of the Pac 12 saying we won't I have fall sports as well as the Big 10, which is right now as the time of us taping. This is 12.6 on a Thursday as a brand how no fall football in spring football that could that subject. The change If we're that spring football has moved up, But what kind of role do you think it played in the conferences? Decision making process? Well, it's a great question, and I'm curious to know what you think I'll tell you where Or I am how I see this. I think the Pac 12 big decision decision was just extraordinary because normally those of us who have been critical of college athletics believe that money drives everything. You can't really say that in this instance with that decision because of the extraordinary cost that both conferences Had endured. I mean, if you just look across the board, Michigan and Wisconsin are both talking about Ah, $100 million loss from their budgets. The Pac 12 cut there. Pat Pac 12 Network. 88 employees lost their jobs, their been salary cuts, so they've just taken the pain. Financial pain right now, But other conferences may seen see later. But they took it right now. And that's just not the sort of thing that you expect that that financial matters would drive the decision, but it clearly did not hear. I do believe Playerssafety was the overwhelming factor. However, I can't believe for a second that the fact that players were trying to organize and create an association because it can really create a union that that wasn't a factor. That was a problem for the Pac 12. And for the big Can. I have heard for years from administrators and coaches that the war spear Was players organizing, pushing back and trying to get a seat at the table. So I believe that was a factor. How much of a factor? I'm not certain, but I know it was something that concerned administrators and coaches in both conferences. What? What's your reaction to it? My reaction is that ah, twofold. Uh, the idea that the Pac 12 can be unified and make sure that they were transparent from the start and how they communicated with the 12 page letter that they produced backing it up with the medical information toe answer many of the questions How the eighties on the coaches have not been seeking a microphone. Ah, and voicing an opinion, just hey, but this is how we voted. This is how we're going. We're moving forward together as a conference on the same page, and then you have the You know, the Nebraska speaking out Ohio State? No. Penn State A D. How that all played out. I just My my biggest issue is that Kevin Warne was used as a scapegoat. Now Kevin and his communications team in the Big 10 failed him as well as he failed in the interview process afterwards on addressing why they did instead of just saying, Oh, this is just our decision and medical concerns that they should have been much more transparent. They I get, and I've said this repeated on the podcast. I get ticked off that granite. The commissioner's there to take it just like we see in the NFL. Roger Goodell does the bidding of the owners on DH and the owners don't want to face the media. That's that's what we're seeing with Kevin Warren and the president's in the chancellor's Did. The vote is out there 11 to 3, but publicly not one of them, speaking out in support of Kevin Warren's decision, and Kevin has to answer to everything. I thought that was a failure across the board. Now I come back to one. And I've said this repeatedly while player safety is a concern. Liability to me is the biggest thing noted with the unknown of a novel virus. Nobody wants to be liable of the ramifications down the road with the unknown and the hard issues, and some of the data that's coming in. The most disappointing thing about this whole thing in the pandemic is at a one point Months ago. It felt like the power five was lock.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WEEI

"Of course it does. By God. I ask myself a question off this topic. I'm going to buyer cell. Roger Goodell likes to insult your intelligence in mind by By double by crippled Bye bye. Roger Goodell with that with that transition properly. I don't need to belabor this too much. But you're an NFL phenom in NFL fan. I spent a bunch of times covered NFL games back in my riding days I've been it makes a huge difference. You walk into that stadium in Seattle. You walk into that stadium in Kansas City. When there you walk into that stadium in Foxboro. I mean, come on the opposite of that kind of the Jets. I'm sorry, Tom. Yes, it is a huge, huge impact. The world is different. Life isn't fair Things kind of sucked right now, right? They just due to varying degrees for all of us. I think the key is to accept things as they are not lie about how they are. Do I like wearing a mask? Everywhere I go. My kids learning on Zoom. No, I don't like it. Oh, I accept that that's required unnecessary in part of the deal. Yes, I do know I like fans being unable to go to games across America. Of course not my gonna pretend it's just the same old G. Golly will liquors thing as it was before. No, because I'm not gonna insult your intelligence or my own, And I wish Roger Goodell would stop doing the same thing. Just to jump into college football yesterday. President Trump Phone Big 10 commissioner Kevin Warne in an attempt to get the conference to reverse course and begin a football season. At some point this fall, a conversation he claimed was productive and left things. Quote on the one yard line. Later in the day, the Dan Patrick show Twitter account tweeted that the conference is eyeing a possible October 10th start date. If they could get safety protocols in place, quickly buy or sell bill that the big 10 will be sending a team to the college football playoff this season. In just a few moments ago, Dennis Dodd reported something a little different for CBS sports that he thinks it's still a long shot. My interpretation of this was the big 10 is like any other sports organization that doesn't want to get crossways of the president who will get aggressive. Just offering lip service. No, My optimism is more so. No outside of Iowa, Nebraska. What I think Ohio State from the third team to vote the play. I don't think it bodes. Another would surprise me in in 2020. I'll say This, too, will just add the zone. You're entitled your perspective, of course course but.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On Sunday and then Labor Day Looks like we're only gonna be near a high of 71 looks like a mix of clouds and sunshine for Labor Day. Right now in Chicago, 71. I know here 70 at Midway 70 along the lakefront this morning in Lansing and 69. The Big 10 confirmed a phone call Tuesday between Commissioner Kevin Warne and President Trump of the conference in a statement term the conversation productive, adding the big 10 is exhausting every resource to get sports going at quote. The appropriate time. The president is pushing for the big 10 to get the football season going. The baseball season's down a couple dozen games for the White Sox, who lost to Minnesota 32. They play the Twins against and I will have it at 6 35. Cubs beat Pittsburgh 87 11 in a game that ended after midnight Pittsburgh time and it's Denver over Utah in Game seven in the N B a playoffs. Traffics brought to you by the Illinois Department of Transportation. A new accident reported in Bensenville at Route 83 at Third Avenue and some adjustments on South found 55. They had it closed from route 1 2060 US 30 but now approaching route 1 26. They've opened up the two right lanes so only the left lane is blocked, but traffic still jammed up. From 3 55 some news that was going to happen inbound Eisenhower that ramped outbound Kennedy was scheduled to re open today. They have postponed that opening, so it will not open until 5 a.m. tomorrow. I'm Vicky cocoons him from the Idot traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. News nation is on every night at 7 P.m. on G in America News, Not talk facts, not opinions in prime time. Seven nights a week. NEWS Nation, Find your local.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:14 min | 3 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I got a little emotional. Okay, So what happened? Warren is the commissioner of the Big 10. Right? OK, so so tell us, So you're basically calling him a hypocrite. Why? No, I didn't say that. I know, but just put it right. But the message was help us. Understand? He is the victim commissioner. He has come out and he says, Hey, right now there is no football. We're calling it off. And after he made that decision, then the Pac 12 they came behind him and made a decision. And they canceled the season. So right now of the power five conferences, there are three that are continuing to play right now. The big 12 the sea in the SEC, And so when I say help us understand the help us understand to Kevin Warne is quite simple. Help us understand why it is that you and your family. Are able to make the decision for your son Kevin warned. Son plays for Mississippi State under former WS You coach Mike Leach, his son plays for Mike Leash in Mississippi State. Help us understand why you and your family were able to get together and make that decision for your son to play. While we our families we cannot Whatever his decision is going to be. That's fine, right? No problem. The decision But what he needs to come out now is say, Here's why we made the decision. And here is the plane going forward, right? But and now at this time this bit we're on 18. And we have not heard anything. And so it's kind of unfortunate, right. So, for example, let's just say that someone illegally buys my son a plane ticket to fly from Seattle to Columbus, Ohio. How fast with the big 10 reach out to me by saying that that is illegal, right? So your your issue is Mohr with the lack of transparency vs Making a decision based on what the science says or what the health officials are saying in that Conference absolutely and how other other conferences are already making these decisions and so again. I didn't. I didn't know that I was gonna be thrust with having a microphone. But I just want to just say I am so glad that I had You know, I was emotional, but I was kind of in control because I had no idea that that was kind of going to Goa is viral as it did. I'm like who and the head coach for the Ohio State called me up. He says. Hey, thank you. Thank you for that message. I'm like old man. I don't want to get my son in trouble. You don't mean you know, Sometimes I could say stuff, this kind of wild crazy, but that's on me. I don't want to say some wild and crazy and then it gets connected to my son. Okay, So just to be clear, though, there were other parents speaking to and athletes as well. So where they speak? No athlete. OK, so it was basically parents and you were gone. You guys were there. To do this, or you were there for something else. And then this just happened won't know we were there. And so they were mean. They have a parent board and everything. And so I'm not a part of the parent board. You know, just, you know, my son's a freshman. I'm a new guy. You know, He's always like, Oh, sure, I'll go there with my support, and there were a bunch of fans out there and it was actually done right in front of the horseshoe right in front of Where the Buckeyes played their football games. It's all the fans. They had signs and everything. And so the parents start talking. And they said a G you want something to say? I said Hello. Here's the microphone like I can't turn down a microphone is like somebody Like turning down the drink. You go to somebody's house, like his rude right? Well, I think there's so many different things with Kovar that air so inconsistent, so I just want to kind of dialling on this. Do you feel that parents and athletes should be able to make the decision on whether their kids play while Cove it is still very active shouldn't be parents and athletes or should it be? Ultimately Well, well, Mission. Well, the commissioner, he has a job to do. And so yes, I do believe it is his job to say what happens with the big 10? Now as a family before, my son. You guys remember this before my son flew out in June as a family. We made a decision like, Hey, you can opt out or you can opt in, right? So WeII made that decision. And so that decision was is it like, Hey, I'm gonna opt in. I want to play. I want to go do those things across the country. We have seen some families opt out right, So ultimately, every family that's involved in this process has the ability to make that decision whether they play or not. Ultimately, no matter what they made the big 10 commissioner can't make a family or a child play right now. I know when we interviewed baby G, he said, Absolutely. He would want to play now. If Kevin Warren were to say, Okay, we're going to have everyone go ahead and play, would you Be okay with your son being on the field? Yes, because this is what he wants to do. Yes. Yeah, Absolutely. And I wantto I didn't want to get and what? I had that microphone. I was like I got a lot of other things to say. But let me shut up while I'm ahead, right? I didn't want it. I don't want to say that in Rome, but I want I just want to say this. I'm going to kind of can't keep this clear because sometimes people say, Well, gee, I can't believe that you would want your son to play that's so dangerous and everything. All right. They're with me for one second and listen to what I'm about to say simple. Let's just say you have two football teams that are going to play and Friday night they all have to go to a hotel to be able to play in that Saturday morning, afternoon or night game. You follow me in order to go to that hotel. They have to test negative for Cove it you follow me. So so each team Players and coaches and including referees in order to get down on that field. Everyone has to be covert. Negative. Volume it okay now. Everybody's on the field. That's on. There are all negative Cove it now, whereas my youngest son, Zion, he's not playing football. I say, Zain, I need you to go to the grocery store and grab your dad a gallon of milk when my son goes to the grocery store. Does my youngest son have to be covert negative to go into that store? No, no, Don't. Yeah, exactly So and I totally get your point. Because I think of my own son, who is now back in Colorado back in school, and I would I could see the argument being made that Baby G is safer in many ways from Cove it because he is getting so tested so frequently than my own son is who is not tested, who is still going on campus because he has something On campus classes and eyes also living in an environment where there's more than you know. Five people in his house so I think an argument can be made that your son may be safer than mine. So anyways, just just just be thankful, Ursula. I didn't bears my son. I didn't. There's a universal show. 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"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

07:20 min | 3 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"The Big 10 conference. The Pac 12 conference way will not get to see their football teams play. In the fall. That's the plan. They have both shuttered their fall sports seasons entirely. And in the Pac 12. They say they're not going to play anything before January 1st period. Dave Robson, our good friend, lead host, lead anchor, Big 10 Network Kind enough to join our story. Okay. Katie George with you here, Dorian Mel, ESPN radio. Trevor, it's Ah, It's strange. Obviously, the times we are in, we realised that anything is possible. I mean, you know, Katie covers the A C C and I cover the S E. C. And I think both of us are probably Just very, very cautiously optimistic, But there's no cautious optimism for you guys right now. What do you in the last week and a half you personally and I know you. Incredibly intelligent to think all of this stuff through has your opinion of the of the decision that has been made in any way and how it's been handled changed, especially after talking to the commissioner Kevin Warne. I think you've greatly overstated my intelligence. No. You know, I think I felt all along. That kind of particularly based on kind of conversations I've had, you know, kind of On background, different people in the league. I think the decision Makes the most sense for the league. I think they feel like You know, testing just wasn't there. I think ultimately it really comes down to you kind of asked all these questions of why you do this in timing, and I do think all those things are valid Questions asked, and I've asked him to the commissioner. But I think in the end it really comes down to this. The big 10 believes that you can't put people on the field or, you know, and whatever athletic venue it is, If you can't say definitively that they don't have covert 19, and I think they just felt like we're not at a place right now. We're testing availability. That they'd be able to do that. And if you see what the Pac 12 there was I saw some reporting on A bit more of their rationale that came out yesterday, and they talk about a daily answer. Jin test being available in November and being broadly available, and I think that's kind of maybe part of the rationale here is that if you buy yourself that they weren't gonna be able to buy enough time to kind of get testing where it needs to be But that you could do that within a couple months. And then you'd be ableto put players on the field and say they're not going to spread to one another. And my sense is that that was the overriding factor so as to whether or not my opinion changed or whatnot. I think I've gotten a little bit of clarity, and that is my sense and kind of piecing together conversations. Dave. It seems that the parent group of these players want more clarity. That was obvious and the letters that different Parents have sent to Kevin Warren and the Big 10 as a league as well as the parents kind of attending and gathering outside of the headquarters in Chicago yesterday. You know, with signs and jerseys and shouting, Let them play. What do you make of the stance that the parents are taking of wanting just more information and transparency from the league? I think it's totally fair. I mean, I want to overstate what happened yesterday. There were there were more media members there than there were parents and I don't I don't say that in any way to denigrate that parents moving. It's very difficult to travel right now, as we all know, but, you know, I mean, this was not some massive Demonstration, but the size of it doesn't that doesn't diminish their message. I do think there needs to be kind of explanation. I do think that there then open dialogues important in their transparency is important. I think Kevin Warren tried to have a little bit more transparency with his letter. Then he released this week, But, yeah, absolutely. I mean, I think it is fair as parents to say, and this players to say, Hey, just let us know exactly kind of what you were thinking and give us an opportunity to ask questions, and I think all of those things are completely fair. So I guess that would be what I would take from it. I don't want to overstate it. But that being said, you know, there are There are a lot of letters out there and there are a lot of people who have signed those letters and there are significant number Big 10 parents, a vast number of big 10 parents have expressed concern and, you know, I think that's fair. Dave Robson, lead anchor Big 10 Network joining a shell Pennzoil Performance line brought to you by Shelvey Power Nitro, plus premium gasoline. This is a difficult situation for anybody to step in step into Kevin Warren. Obviously, this is nobody's nobody's anticipating something like this when they take over that particular job. Um It's It's impossible to win. Now. What does he do? You know you've got all this pressure wherever we know this, he says. We're not considering the fall. We're not considering that we're not changing our tune. So now what is the next step in his office? Is it start to prepare for a spring season? What's he doing? Well, I do want to say first of all, and Darien, Katie, you guys both know this because you work for conference networks to there's a distinction between the conference network in the conference, and I think Of course that's lost down people unless you You work in the network. So you know I'm not in the proverbial room where it happens or pull our nicest week the zoom resume where it happens. It's pretty funny, right? So I can speculate, I guess coming from where I shit I think the best move is to have a plan for what's going to happen. I mean, there are a lot of plans being floated around Begin football competition is early is January. I think that makes a ton of sense. Again. If you can get to the point where you know definitively the players you put on the field. Don't have Kobe like me. That's kind of where it seems to me. That's kind of where they've drawn the line. And so once you get to that point, whether it's this daily and urgent testing, and you know is that the saliva tests which we've read a lot about here in the past week or show all of those possibilities once you get to that point You've gotta have a plan and maybe, you know, you have to have a plan. Anticipating getting to that point, in other words, released something here soon, which lays out what you're going to do. I know there's a lot of interest in the basketball season. 10 is going to be absolutely ridiculous. Little question loaded in basketball, and so what's the plan? Moving forward? I do think that that Would alleviate some of the concerns. No doubt. Good stuff, man. I want to do this again when we have more time. We got out a little bit late in the last segment, and I hate that because now we're up against a hard out rubber. So let's do this again. There's obviously going to be plenty to talk about is the next couple of months. Come and go. Thanks, brother. Thanks, Dave. All right. I too, had faced the heart out. As you know, indeed. And dropping. The Hamilton reference is always a good thing to do. At least one big 10 player not taking no for an answer just yet. That's next. Dorian Katie, ESPN radio..

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"kevin warne" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The Dow. It's off about 90 points at the moments, but the NASDAQ's up about 1%. Money's just ahead as we have that backup on 90 forest. Well, it's all coming up on news radio night. W W. J News Time is now 3 15 That means it's time for sports, and here's Jake Richmond. Good afternoon guys. The Tigers are looking to end the five game losing streak tonight in Chicago's They open up a four game set with the White Sox Matthew Boyd's on the hunt for Detroit. He's looking for his first win of the season and for the White Sox. They will counter with left hander Geo Gonzalez first pitch just after it and you can hear the game over on 97 1 the ticket. That's not the only Tigers news. We have very exciting. The team has called up three of its top prospects. Starting pitchers Terek Scoble, former number one overall pick Casey Mai's, along with infielder Isaac Parade, A's became part of the Big League team today. Scuba was expected to make his debut on Tuesday and Casey My eyes will be on the mound on Wednesday. Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields has started a petition to bring Big 10 football back this year. The oil state quarterback Directed the petition to Big 10 Commissioner Kevin Warne and school presidents and athletic directors in the conference under the We want to play Hashtag petition has already reached over 230,000 signatures. It'll be interesting to see if the petition has any impact on the conferences, Decisions moving forward and the MBA playoffs are underway in the bubble in Orlando. One game going on right now it's a tight one. The Jazz have a 73 70 lead over the Nuggets and the Nets and Raptor will tip it off at four with Sports at 15 45 past the hour. I'm Jake Treatment W W. J. NewsRadio and fifth and we've got a couple of backups to tell you about Katie's joining us in one minute. Are you.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"With Jeff Lesson. Tigers fall to the Chicago White Side, 75 Wednesday afternoon in America Box dropping the three games. Siri's two games to one Tigers with lost their record falls, The nine and seven Matthew boy fronting and Tiger starting pitching staff that hasn't had it all year for in 2/3 innings pitch. He allowed seven earned runs. The Tiger bullpen, though again was money, not allowing any runs, but it was too little too late as Attackers falls 75. Getting home runs one each from Jonathan scope of solo shot in the first inning, his fourth of the year, and Willie Castro's first of the year. A two run shot in the fifth, which gave the Tigers a short lived 5 to 3 Leave Tigers and Indians Friday night at Comerica Park first baseman CJ Crones Knee will need surgery He doesn't know when he's not ruling out a return to action this year. But he said this injury is worse than his last the injury and that's when he missed eight months. Others that the Big 10 and Pac 12 both post pointing their season's yesterday for football, at least in the Ohio State head coach Ryan Day has an idea, he says, Hey, why not play a modified scheduled starting in January? Which will allow the top players to still play Big 10 football and then get ready for the NFL draft in April. Big 10 commissioner Kevin Warne said no to Nebraska's idea playing football outside of the conference this year, as expected, this year's Masters in November will be held without guests or Spectators. Jeff Lesson with sports of 15 and 45 past the hour. W. W. J. News Radio 9 50 Alright, Jeff. Thank you. 11. 17 is our time. Stay with his traffic and weather together on the way Right now Switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines for $25 Align.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WTOP

"Contact Christy King W T O P News, a supermarket chain, recalling certain fruit and other products over listeria contamination. Wegmans pulling Omens and oranges from its stores across several states, including in Maryland and Virginia. They were sold during the last day of July, up until Friday of last week on August 7th Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River. Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Let's go to George Wallace can last night, a blowout tonight A to one win for the national says they beat the Mets behind Max jurors or gutsy performance. Six sittings of work coming off that just one inning performance last time. Six. That's six runs, seven strikeouts. Daniel wants. It goes 123 in the ninth with two strikeouts as the Nationals went trade term. With a leadoff homerun to get things started Victor roadblocks also with an R B I singles and ants get win number six on the year and now technically for no away from home. They had that Syria with the Blue Jays at Nationals Park there, the road team and then the two road wins so far, the Orioles and the Phillies now tied at six in the ninth inning. In Philadelphia as the birds starting a Siri's with the Phillies. The wizard's looking still looking for win number one in Orlando, trailing the box 60 to 52. Yannis ejected in this one after ahead, but on Mo Waga ended up with 12 points before being injected. Rui has 12 points for the For the Wizards. The Mystics trailing Minnesota 48 29 in the third, NHL, Columbus in Tampa Goto five overtimes and their playoff series opener. Tampa ends up winning him 3 to 2 Capitals and Islanders will get underway tomorrow afternoon. Carlson a game time decision Big 10 Pac 12 postponing fall sports, including football, which they hoped to play in the spring. Too much uncertainty right now with the pandemic, says Big 10 commissioner Kevin Warne. Statement from the A. C. C S E. C and Big 12. They're moving forward right now. Open the play. George Wallace, Toby Toby Sports coming up after traffic and weather looking closer at Joe Biden's pick for a running mates Kamala Harris 10 16. CDW. We get that migrating your business to a hyper converged infrastructure is challenging, like me. Switching to decaf got.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think Red Lok. You're 12 Hello, Hillary. Let's talk some baseball shally. Nationals lead the Mets to one there in the seventh inning in New York. Max Scherzer grind and given up just to run on six hit seven strikeouts and two walks through six innings down 105 pitches. This after going just one inning. In his previous outing they got on the board trade. Turner did first. Leading off the game with a home run second pitch of the game. Victor Road, Place them with an R B I, his single as well to one in the seventh, the Nationals and the Mets. The Orioles lead the Phillies right now 53 there in the seventh inning. The college News of the day, the Big 10 and Pac 12 postponing fall sports. They will attempt to play football in the spring, say the commissioners and Big 10 commissioner Kevin Warne, saying there's just too much uncertainty right now to go forward with football this fall. All Big 12 sec SEC all proceeding as planned right now with hoping to play football in the fall, But of course that can change at any minute. So stay tuned. Wizards and Milwaukee bucks just getting underway from Orlando wizard Still looking for a win in this reboot Mystics in Minnesota just getting underway as well. NHL How'bout This Columbus in Tampa are in 1/5 overtime game one of their playoff Siri's fifth overtime tied at two capitals will get underway with the Islanders tomorrow afternoon..

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"The right reasons. It's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless. The Mac is exploring the idea of playing in the spring. Those stadium college football inside of Brett McMurphy on Darien, Mel Spring fall. We'll have no ball it all. I don't think we started off. I really don't again. I just think again. I'm just trying to think how the president's thank and let's say seven conferences have shut down. Do you want to be the three conferences that go ahead and play option A is everything goes fine. There's no issues you play full season. Everything's great option. B is things go wrong. Shut down the campus, the football program, etcetera. And then everyone pointed to it. Why'd you risk the safety and health of these guys when everybody else shut down? I think ultimately because of that we don't even start a season and the Big 10 has told its schools until further notice. Full contact. Football practice is cannot Begin ESPN College football senior writer Adam Rittenberg on Darien, Mel on. If that conference is next up, watch the Big 10. There the league that's probably most likely to be very proactive in terms of not playing. If they don't feel like they can, you know they like all these leads, they formed a medical panel and they've had those discussions and you also have the commissioner and Kevin Warne, who's new. So I think there's a little bit maybe less pressure on him too before John, you know that then there could be for some of these longer term commissioner. So I would certainly watch the big 10 because of the types of schools that they are that the type of information that they have from a medical standpoint. So how does the Mack move? Impact the commissioner Greg Sang Cheon, Darien, Mel. I really look at it through the lens of You know a conferences, decision making on DH seek to understand And I've said this really since March, looking at it through their lands seeking to understand What has informed the decision, But my focus really is on the South Eastern Conference. We've had a busy week of decision making. And so even as news breaks other places, my focus really comes back. To our preparation. Our evaluations are communication on that straight talk Wireless. No contract. No compromise. This is SportsCenter all night on ESPN radio End the ESPN app. I am Jim Basketball the seasons. Three N B A. M V P Finalists. I've won the award before the trio announced Saturday is raining, Nbp Yana said it a combo of the Bucks for time MVP LeBron James Lakers in 2017 18 winner James Harden with rockets Jane's would join Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Michael Jordan Bill Russell's the NBA's only five time and GPS Yannis bidding to become the 12 back to back winner off this award. Perhaps, though This year's M V P should have included this guy before God rises.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"80. I am Jim Basque All those stories and highlights ahead. But we begin with perhaps the first salvo for the end of any hope for college football Come fall. The Mid American Conference has become the first lead competing at college football's highest level to cancel its fall season because of covert 19 concerns. The MAC announcing on Saturday that all fall sports Have been canceled. Mac commissioner Dr John Steinbrecher with this decision, I'm crushed by this decision. I am, um I am so disappointed. Um, gosh, I'm sorry. It is just crushing that we can, um Facilitate the opportunities this fall because of circumstances around us. I That is just I'm heartbroken on that. The flip side is I didn't comfort and I would say our president's would take comfort and I would assume are all others that were making decisions for the right reasons. It's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless. The Mac is exploring the idea of playing in the spring. Those stadium college football inside of Brett McMurphy on Darien, Mel Spring fall. We'll have no ball it all. I don't think we started off. I really down again. I just think again. I'm just trying to think how the president's bank and let's say seven conferences have shut down. Do you want to be the three conferences that go ahead and play option A is everything goes fine. There's no issues you play full season. Everything's great option. B is things go wrong. Shut down the campus, the football program, etcetera. And then everyone pointed to it. Why'd you risk the safety and health of these guys when everybody else shut down? I think ultimately because of that we don't even start a season and the Big 10 has told its schools until further notice. Full contact. Football practice is cannot Begin ESPN College football senior writer Adam Rittenberg on Darien, Mel on. If that conference is next up, watch the Big 10. There the league that's probably most likely to be very proactive in terms of not playing. If they don't feel like they can, you know they like all these leads, they formed a medical panel and they've had those discussions and you also have a commissioner and Kevin Warne, who's new. So I think there's a little bit maybe less pressure on him too before John, you know that then then there could be for some of these longer term commissioner. So I would certainly watch the big 10 because of the types of schools that they are that the type of information that they have from a medical standpoint. So how does the Mack move impact? A big wig. That's the SEC commissioner Greg Sang Cheon Darien, Mel. I really look at it through the lens of you know a conferences, decision making on DH seek to understand and I said this really since March, looking at it through their lands seeking to understand What has informed the decision, But my focus really is on the South Eastern Conference. We've had a busy week of decision making. And so even as news breaks other places, my focus really comes back. To our preparation. Our evaluations are communication on that straight talk Wireless. No contract. No compromise. This is SportsCenter all night on ESPN radio End the ESPN app. I am Jim Basketball the seasons. Three N B A. M V P Finalists. I've won the award before the trio announced Saturday is raining, EVP Yana said it a combo with the Bucks for time MVP LeBron James Lakers in 2017 18 winner James Harden with rockets Jane's would join Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Michael Jordan Bill Russell's the NBA's only five time MBPs Yannis bidding to become the 12 back to back winner off this a war. Perhaps, though This year's M V P should have included this guy before Nash. It rises through three off the dribble and dropped it in, and there's just 13 30 plus point triple double of the year. Taste My blood still left under the broken lines with the runner and scores 36 for Don ships. 1 35 1 30 time out. Milwaukee with 11.1 seconds remaining, has heard right here on ESPN radio, coming off a 30 10 2010 game two games back Luca Dodge. It's 36 points, 19 assists, 14 rebounds That is a beefy triple double A monster night is the Mavs outlast the Bucks in overtime in a game on ESPN 1 36 1 30 to Yanni's 34 points. 13 rebounds. Five blocks before fouling out this night belonged to Luca, who joined our Lisa Salters. I think defensive and, you know, Yeah, this is.

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"kevin warne" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"kevin warne" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Partly sunny and very warm today with a high 89. We could get some scattered rain tonight. Right now. Optimism on Wall Street. Dow Futures are up almost 500 points and we'll check your money in 10 minutes. W W J NEWS time. 7 45 less out of the sports desk for right now, Jeff Lessons in for Tony. Good morning, Jeff. Tom. Hey, to be Debbie Downer this morning, but really is college football being played in 2020. Anything more than a pipe dream right now? Well, ESPN reporting that there is a growing consensus, perhaps even a silent majority, if you will. College football, maybe moved to spring 2021. That's what they're saying. Of course, Big 10. Commissioner Kevin Warne said last week that they're only gonna play in conference game to share. The Pac 12 joined him on that side of it, but now The commissioner is acknowledging there in that he didn't be a college football season for the Big 10. Stay tuned on that one NFL. They're getting ready to go to training camp in a couple weeks. See Players association trying to negotiate clauses for at risk players and conditional stipends if a player elects to sit out the season for covered 19 reasons. Oh, maybe just like 10 so far Major League baseball umpires they're going to do. They've already opted out for the seasons into their covert 19 concerns. Tiger's getting ready for another interest squad game tonight of America Park. Have you played at six? 40 of course, the regular season opener for two Tigers in Cincinnati that'll be a week from Friday at 6:10 p.m. Against the Reds. Signing in the NFL, Cleveland Browns and pass rusher miles gear. It finalized a five year, $125 million extension. Pro football focus Charming in the tight end rankings of the teams and the lines, ranked 12th. I'm Jeff Lesson with sports at 15 and 45 past the hour. W W. J NEWS radio 9 50 Traffic and weather together is coming up. Next meet Chuck Now meet Chuck's personal information. Hello, made up of things like account Loggins Bank info and Chuck Social Security number. Whenever Chuck's shops, banks and browses online his info travels all over the World bulls, you know, breathe yet exposing it to cyber threats. Well, that's no good. So how is Chuck able to sleep? Because he knows Norton and Lifelock are now part of one company. Norton, 3 60 with Lifelock provides an all in one membership for your.

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