33 Burst results for "Mark Emmert"

"mark emmert" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

08:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"He's from South Dakota. Actually, no way. He did, you're right. He did. That's not how I know colt Iverson, though, because his best season. You got that right, my buddy. I did just remember that somehow. Colorado state is where he finished up. But yes, he played in Minnesota, Colorado state. Apparently he's playing, where is he playing right now? I just brought up his Wikipedia page here. Akita northern happened, playing in Japan. That sounds fun. Trivia time. Okay, Tokyo. Okay. Okay, that's right. The capital of Japan. Okay, hold on. Before that. Before that, he played in New Zealand. New Zealand. What's the capital of New Zealand? Capital of New Zealand. Piscataway. The city that it is that is the capital of New Zealand. There is a meat meal, it's blank blank. So there's a meat that goes before this word if you eat it as a meal. Baconator. So you're saying ater. No baconator. Baconator New Zealand? I'm just saying I like baconators at Wendy's. They're great. To be more constructive with your feedback. Wellington. Oh yeah. Be Wellington. I've had that. I know what's up with a beef Wellington. And we go. Okay, a couple of quick notes here. Carousel update. Fordham filled, Keith ergo is getting promoted from within that to obviously went to Villanova. And then fordham decided to promote from within. So the roster will be expected to remain intact. Kansas City is now going to be coached by Marvin Menzies, who got that job after Billy donlan, left of his own accord. To get paid more money to be assistant at Clemson, fairly Dickinson opened this week when Greg horrendo was fired, barely Dixon last played a game two months ago to the day on February 28th, so that is a little bit curious there. Carolina landed Gigi Jackson, who was a top 5 recruit in the class of 2023. Some are saying that once these recruiting rankings, some of them, two four 7, get reordered whenever that's happening, Gigi Jackson could actually move ahead of Wagner to be the number one player. We'll see. I mean, but Carolina has had just an incredible April. Simon Wiltshire's another 5 star who's going to play the game. This is not next season. It's the season after. These are 2023 recruits. So the big news in Carolina this week was Gigi Jackson and rolling there, more good news for Hubert Davis. Mount saint Mary's is leaving the NEC for the Mac, that was reported this week by ESPN's Pete family. Although that's one of the things where I thought that was already out there, that had been behind the scenes for like weeks now. I can't even keep up with how many small schools are leaving one conference to another. It's a mess. And then we have to give a shout out at the end of this episode to an absolute legend in our industry. It was announced on Thursday morning that Kenny Klein, who was the sports information director at Louisville and if you're unfamiliar with the term, sports information director is the communications liaison between a program and the press. It's the person who sets up who often sets up interviews with players. The sports information directors are in so many ways actually the most valuable people inside these athletic departments because they do more than just make sure that writing up the press release, making sure you get an interview here working stuff behind the scenes. They do so, so, so much. And when you consider everything that that program has been through over the near four decades that Klein has worked with Louisville basketball, the man has a viable case as the greatest SID in the history of college basketball. You won't find a person to say one bad thing about Kenny Klein. He's amazing when Louisville was going through, you name the scandal, whatever, behind the scenes. Sometimes happen with these situations is if coach gets in hot water if a program gets in hot water, understandably so, sometimes sids will either go dark on you, they'll clam up, they'll, by nature, become a little bit more combative because things start to kind of turn in the wrong way. Kenny Klein always always always always always understood and understands the job of the media, the objective there, willing to help kind of separated church and state in a lot of ways with what his job actually entailed while at the same time he was employed by the university of Louisville there. I can't say enough good things about this man. I wish I'd known everyone's worried about Jay Wright. This is the retirement that I wanted to break. I saw him, I saw him out at the final four. He always helps out with the NCA tournament. And he's just a great, great, great dude. So Kenny Klein, and I knew that that's your GP. Congrats on an epic career. He's apparently still going to work in some minor role with Louisville, but man, oh man, talk about an earned retirement and just he is that good. He deserves a shout out for everything he has done for the sport behind the scenes in both publicly. Echo everything you said, obviously. I've known Kenny for probably more than 20 years now. Back to my Memphis beat writer days when Memphis and Louisville were both in conference USA. You know, I was the Memphis beat rider pet 40 was the Louisville beat rider, Brett mcmurphy was the South Florida beat rider, like we had quite a crew back then of conference USA, beat riders. And so I guess that's when I first met Kenny and it got to know him over the years, spent time with him. You know, had drinks with them the whole deal. Just an absolute professional. And the best of the best. Like that job's not always easy. And, you know, it's your job to work with the media and sometimes the media isn't writing or saying great things about your place of employment. A place you care about deeply, that can get a little awkward and uncomfortable. But you never had to worry about Kenny taking anything personally. Or being anything other than professional. At the very worst, he was going to be the most professional. And it's funny, I tweeted when I saw the announcement this morning something. And then I saw your tweet later, you tweeted already. And we basically said the same thing. And it wasn't because I was copying you. It's just that that is what you just said, what you tweeted, what I tweeted, it's the way basically everybody feels about Kenny Klein. The most famous story connected to him is probably maybe back in 2010 ish, Rick Pitino, bought him a Lexus, I think Rick Pitino is probably the first and only men's basketball coach to ever buy his SID, Alexis, and Rick tweeted some kind words about Kenny. Earlier today as well. So that should tell you all you need to know about Kenny Klein, that his coach valued him so much and liked him so much that once upon a time said, hey, as a present, I'm going to give you a 50 at the time. $50,000 Lexus convertible. So that was a sweet story that I think tells you how much people around that Louisville campus appreciated Kenny, even people who don't appreciate Louisville anymore. Still appreciate Kenny Klein. We should have started this podcast. We talked about the wrong guy leaving the wrong job to start this show. I feel like this was a misfire. We could start over. I think I'm all set on that. I saw one or two people say in the comments, is this a tecmo bowl shirt? This is a tech mobile suit tecmo Super Bowl shirt. NFL Draft is tonight. My bears don't even have a pick, but yes. Rocking a bear's hat. Tecmo Super Bowl, NFL Draft. You can follow, by the way, if you are the, if you're like me, the NFL and college basketball are your two favorite sports and you want to catch up on the draft, CBS sports day. I'm serious. First of all, just CBS sports..

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"mark emmert" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

04:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"You know, that was the story of the day kind of thing. You made an excellent point about there needs, it's not like, I don't know if people think we're going to just show up in a college town start knocking on doors and asking if you got paid. You need an aggrieved party to tip you off. And that has happened with me. I'm thinking in my head, not just tip you off to have the goods. Yeah. So you may remember you remember this Bruce. Nobody else remembers this. Way back in 2004, I was involved in a story like that about Ohio State basketball. Jim O'Brien got fired for giving $10,000 to an international recruit, but there was all the other party was involved in this group. There was all this other stuff going on. And at the center of it was a woman who was basically a nanny and had taken in Boban savovic was the player. Took him in, he lived with her. And just basically paid for paid for everything for four years. And then I was under the impression that she was going to get reimbursed for it. And that never happened. And so she, you know, kind of backchannel reached out to me through somebody and we ended up doing the investigation. But yeah, I mean, she had the goods. She had the receipts. I can think of it. Think about think about another one like that. My colleague at Fox, Reggie Bush. Yes. There was a very pissed off runner slash whatever, you know, like who went to some NFL reporters and that's how that story blew up. Nevin Shapiro, right? He was ripping people off. There were two other times I can think of where somebody contacted me out of the blue. About, hey, this is going down. But those ended up being just not possible to nail down to verify. One time, it was crazy. A guy who worked at a bank in the hometown of a big time recruit. Emailed me out of the blue and said, I just looked at this guy's account and he's got 5 suspicious wire transfers from such and such. And then he disappeared on me because I think he realized like, oh my God, I just did something illegal. That is illegal to go telling people about somebody's bank records at the bank you work at. But yeah, I mean, I would say most reporters in this field I would not be surprised if most reporters in this field have had many things that many instances where you were told something that kind of to start, but that's a whole other deal than to actually end up getting to the finish line. And it's hard for people to pin down. Do you remember Cam Newton? There was a huge blow up about what was going on, how the SEC was handling it. You know, it was auburn was marching to the title game and it's like, how are they going to handle it? It's complicated. Now it'll be interesting to see with the collectives, now you actually have contracts and things that are, like you don't have to go hunting to find out who's giving who money. It's documented. But they are documenting it in a way that to follow the rules. However, if you could get a hold of a text message from a coach, telling the collective to pay a recruit X amount, that would be that would be in violation of the rules. So it would be interesting to see if any of them get sloppy. And get busted because of that. Yes, as always, send your questions to the audible pod at Gmail dot com and do are we going to be taping this in person next week? I would think so. The entire athletic college football staff is descending on Scottsdale for our first staff off site we've been able to have since the 2020 NFL combine. So it was also a conference meetings or in Arizona. We're pretty much everybody out in the FCC and ACC will be there. The college football world descends on Scottsdale next week. And so will the athletics. So yes, I would hope we could find an hour in our schedule there to record the podcast in person. We'll see you.

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"mark emmert" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

07:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"But they love shaping and this gives bohanna a chance to transfer which I think bohannon as we were sitting here. I think max confirmed that Gary bohannon is in the portal. Which is not unexpected because may 1st Sunday's deadline. But shape is going to be interesting to watch. And I think they're fired up about having them. He's a fun player just if you watched him, former big time baseball player. He's another. He's the latest in that evangel Christian pipeline a quarterbacks going back to way back to Josh booty and Brock Berlin and a bunch of other guys came through there. I mean, he was, he was a little bit of a revelation. I don't know about you, Sam, maybe you're more than I did, but when I first saw him in the game, I was like, wow, there's a lot of juice there. I get where you're coming from the Zach Wilson. Aspect, the shortstop background, you see it a little bit where there's some I don't know if I should bring up the Patrick name, but it was like something about those guys who were really good baseball players. And they come in and they just, there's something there that they can just make plays and sling it around. And he definitely had it. I think he's a competitive when you play that sport. And I've heard other coaches talk about it. The competition in that sport is a little different because it's kind of a mono a mono thing when you're, you know, when you're either staring down the plate or you're staring down the picture 60 feet from you. There's so much failure in that game that I think you have to have a certain level of confidence and belief in yourself. And so when you play both of that in football, I think that's why you see some of that. But yeah, you're right. I think the word you use juice is perfect to describe plate is that he gives them some juice that they feel like it's going to take them somewhere this year. And give credit to Dave Miranda, he could have stretched the quarterback competition into preseason and then by hand it would be stuck there. He obviously made a point to do it before May 1st so that he would have that option to go transfer and try to start somewhere else this fall. Sam, we really appreciate your time. And I also want to give you a very belated thanks. You are on the UTS a bandwagon from day one last year. And I rode your confidence to use them as my upset special against Illinois, and then I think against Memphis and both of those came through. And then of course everybody knew about UTS soon enough. But you were you were first in line. Thank you, thank you for that appreciate it. Meet me. Yeah, you can see, just last off season with what they were doing from Ross temple, you could see trailer knows what he's doing. And did a really, really good job of retooling that roster. And they're in good shape. That's a good program. And kudos to them to be able to keep them. They're going to be a good program for as long as he's there. So you were very welcome and like I said, meet me. Time for the mailbag group. We got some great questions this week. As always, send your questions to the audible pod at Gmail dot com. First one from Brian black in Atlanta, high stew and Bruce. Lincoln Riley, H 38, Ryan day, 43, Kirby smart 46 and Davos 2052 are relatively young and achieved great success in college football. Also, these four coaches appear to be in great situations at their current school. Given the demands placed on today's college football head coach, who is who of that group is most likely to pull about in Bryant or beamer and remain at their current school for 25 plus years and which of the four is most likely to leave for the NFL. This is a good question from Brian. I thought about this. Both Lincoln and Ryan day, I think, are the ones most likely to have real consideration and interest for NFL. I don't think it's going to happen within the next year or two, but I could see a 5 years from now, maybe that happening. I think what is going to be interesting is, I think there's going to be some NFL people are going to go, you know, you better have some experience in the NFL world before we're going to throw a fortune at you because obviously the urban Meyer experiment for Jacksonville was a complete disaster. So now Ryan day and Lincoln Ryder are both very hands on skiing guys and they're different. I would say when I looked at this question, I thought, okay, Kirby versus davo dabble was the one I thought I could least likely see him, he just seems like he's more suited to his college culture and that kind of setting more so than maybe even Kirby, but I don't know. I mean, if I had to guess, I would pick, I would say dabble over Kirby, which way do you go? The thing about it is dabo's already been the Clemson coach for, I believe, 14 years 14 years. So he's got a head start on getting to 25 plus years. I would actually say I do think he'll be there for if you're saying he's going to be there for another ten or 11 years, I'd say absolutely. More so I'm more sure, I'll put it this way. I'm more sure of that than any of the other three. It's hard to see Kirby, you know, Georgia's is Alma mater. It's hard to see him leaving, but who knows? Maybe the NFL would make a hard run at him. The interesting one is Lincoln Riley because I feel like almost from his first year, you know, with Baker Mayfield and certainly with Kyler Murray, people are talking all the time about so you can be a coach of the Dallas Cowboys, how quickly is he going to go to the NFL because there was this fascination with the air raid and instead he ends up going to USC. So that's me as a signal that he wants to be college coach and is he going to be at USC for 25 years, hard to say that when he's only in year one, but it's like, okay, this assumption that he's one of the guys that's going to go off the NFL may have been false. You've said this many times and I'm hearing it and it'll be interesting to see that that is that there's going to be some sort of exodus of college coaches to the NFL because they don't want to deal with what recruiting has turned into. I think those are assistant coaches mostly though. I don't think I don't think there's as many now Ryan day has been in the NFL. He knows that world. And to me, you know, I wouldn't be shocked if that at some point that was a move he would make. But a lot of the other guys, when their head coaches, I think it's harder for them, again, and I'm not going to say just because of what happened with urban Meyer, all of a sudden, the NFL won't touch any guys who've never been in college, but also you look at Matt rule, not rule who did an amazing job at his stops of the college coach has really struggled and now maybe you'll get it going in year three in the NFL, but got a huge deal. And I think, you know, Jim Harbaugh, who obviously knew the NFL well, went in there and did well, Pete Carroll, who knew the NFL, went back there and has done well, but I think between Matt rule and especially urban..

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"mark emmert" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

05:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"In the schedule. But those are the two big questions. Can they stop the running can they block? Everything else I think they're fine. I think they've got enough options at the back end defensively. I think they've got Isaiah the transfer receiver really, really impressive. Really like him. He's going to help his Xavier where the sand is the 5 star tight end who mostly played special teams last year. It looks like he's going to be a stud, they've got the skill talent without question. One other thing that Texas I want to ask you about. So when I last saw Sam, we were in San Antonio for the coach's convention. And one night we ran into Gary Patterson. Late at night with Gary Patterson and rich rod was there in that one. And but the thing I took away and I think all three of us have a ton of respect for Gary Patterson, especially what he did at TCU. But, you know, it is still surreal to see him in burnt orange in the pictures and everything else like that. What I'm fascinated by because you guys have both talked about how suspect the defense was. Pete krukowski is a really good defensive coordinator to really good job of the pack 12. Now Gary Patterson hire in the capacity he's in. I think it's tricky for sark because the AD is Patterson's old AD. But I think it's even, you know, it's like, you kind of feel for sarc, but you really feel for the defensive coordinator. Because Gary's going to have ideas. He's going to have suggestions. And Gary's a big personality. There she is? Yes, he is. He was standing in the end zone. He was standing in the end zone the other day, jot notes down. And at the end of the spring game. So he's out there with his little piece of paper in his pen and standing with a burnt orange visor and a burnt orange polo and it is still taking me a lot of I don't know that I'm going to get used to that. That is just strange to see how this is going to actually work. That's the $1 million question. I think it's still PhD defense. And I think from everything I've gathered is they've used GP as somebody to bounce stuff off of, essentially. And to help, hey, identify things that you think not necessarily schematically, but also within the program. Things that, you know, we could be doing better or should be doing better. The question is what happens if in mid season, you're still struggling defensively. Because if you give up, you give up 55 points in Lubbock and you lose 55, 42, then. There's going to be a lot of vocal calls for a change. And saying, well, guess who you have in your staff room right now. And that's the part that's a little unfair to pee is to be gay. But again, it's a result space business. And so, you know, you've got to, and start to understand, I mean, they've got to show progress this year. 2022, they have to be better. They have to be on the right side of 500 this year. You can't have another 5 and 7.6 and 6. You've got to get this thing moving back in the right direction. Otherwise, you start to have people start asking questions about the direction of this program and whether you're the guy long term. Okay, shifting to a and M, who is very interesting for almost completely different reasons. John Hayes or producer said right before we started that it feels like they're the team of the off season. They're getting talked about for signing the all time great recruiting class. Andy Staples wrote a really interesting story on the fund. The unofficial and IL collective that and all the rumors about how much that class got and whether that's ballot or not. But more so, expectations are super high. And it's a program that has not often met those expectations, but when you've got Jimbo Fisher and the huge contract and signing top 5 classes year after year, at some point they got to stop going 84. So what are your thoughts? Is this a team that's ready to take that next step? I think they should be better this year. I think they definitely should be better than they were a year ago because they've upgraded it in a lot of positions. They upgraded a quarterback. I think they've upgraded their receiver room. I think they've defensive line, obviously you have to replace all these starters, but I mean, look at what they brought in. And also what they already had on campus. They're going to be better up front, I think, now that those freshmen are a little bit older now. I think this is a team that's better. I don't look at them. I don't look at 2022 as the year though for them. I think they're a 9 or ten win team this year. Given the schedule, then I look at the schedule in 2023, which I think I'll build a lighter, and then you'll host Alabama in 23. I think 23 is the year that they could really make a run. And to me, signing this number one recruiting class starts a window of three to four years where you gotta make the playoff. You gotta do something. They're in curry smart territory now. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. What is that wait wait, dude, what do you mean by that? Once Kirby smart started signing like the number one or number two class every year, it was okay, you have the talent to win a national championship..

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"mark emmert" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

04:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Sam, as Stu said, you are a textbook on all things in the state of Texas. There's an interesting dynamic to me. I'm not saying they have no chance to beat Alabama. I would not be very optimistic if I was a Texas fan. The thing that I wonder about Alabama is super physical team. You're talking about young players playing in it and probably be really hot there. The week after they play a UTS 18 team that it only if you live in the state, do you know that they were really good last year? I know they're going to lose some good players the NFL, but I think Jeff trailer has done a really good job. Then the week after that, they got to go to Lubbock and everything I've heard. That is not going to be a fun offense for anybody to play with with Zach hiley going in there. It's not your father's air raid. Come in your way. I'm not putting sark on the hot seat. I'm not saying that. It's only year two. But you lose to Alabama, you lose, let's say it's like 49 to 24. All right, it's Alabama. We get it. We stumble the neck. One of the next two games is a hangover game. How hard do you think it will be? Will there be do you feel like people around there are no matter what, they're like, hey, we're not expecting you to win 9 games. You know, we know this is going to be a still a building process. How patient do you think people will be there? I think it matters who they lose to and how they lose. How do you look against Alabama? Do you get embarrassed? If you get embarrassed by Alabama, even if it's Alabama, I think it's going to bother some people. Well, let's say let's say they lose by 24 points. Lose around what I don't know what the spread is going to be. Let's say that. But then, you know, either text, Texas tech, or UTS, knocks them off. That's not good. I mean, you got to win. If your text is you have to win both of those games. Without question. And both of them are usable, possibly. I don't think UTS will beat them, but I wouldn't rule it out just because they got Frank Harris and all their receivers back. Trailers are really good coach. They've done a good job defensively the last few years. And then tech, I mean, you guys saw western Kentucky last year. Think about that with better athletes. And you've got some different options. They've got a lot of guys back and got a veteran defensive coordinator. You guys know that Texas tech has the number two or green class in the country. I do. They actually for a very brief moment about a week ago were number one. It won't hold up because it's like they have 19 kids already and there's a lot of three stars. Four four stars in the rest of three stars, but still pretty interesting. Joey Maguire is kicking ass right now. So, okay, I was at the Texas LSU game in 2019, where they were right in it down to the wire with Joe burrow and we didn't know necessarily yet what we had there in Joe burrow and Jamar chase and all those guys. But it was a great game right down to the wire and you felt like you felt too thick. LSU's really good in Texas is right there with them. And then Texas went on to be like 8 and 5. It was not very, it didn't really foreshadow how the rest of the season was going to go. I know they had some injuries. So we're saying, if they look bad against Alabama, but the unfortunate thing there is, they probably will look bad against Alabama, but that doesn't mean they can't get better. But my points do on this is to be wary of the hangover effect of that game. Like I kind of think back physically. You mean physically? Yeah, like Alabama. The body blow. Played a really good pretty talented USC team early in the clay halton time. They crushed them. USC came back to beat a bad team and then all of a sudden they lost the next two games. And then after that, they recovered and they went on a roll. But that was relatively talented team, but there was an effect of getting smashed by Alabama. And I think people maybe don't factor that in enough. And I think in the case of this, where you have a young team, Sam, who did a good job of outlining the quarterback dynamic there. That's why I brought up the leadership leadership aspects of it. It's going to be very interesting to me. I'm not saying, you know, I think you almost have to survive that game as much as anything else and not get not get gut punched to the point of, you know, if you're really trying to build a program here, it's beyond anything else. Yeah, because it's a confidence thing. For a lot of these young guys, it's going to be a psyche thing. You want them to feel like they were competitive in that game. And if you do, then it could bode well for you. The rest of the year. The other interesting stretch is they have Oklahoma. Iowa state Oklahoma state in three consecutive weeks. That's going to be another interesting stretch for them..

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"mark emmert" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on WTOP

"Technology decisions aren't black and white Think red At 7 15 here's rob wood fork All right del before we head to Capital One arena the breaking news out of college sports is the announcement that NCAA president Mark emmert is stepping down from a post he has held for 12 years emmer is expected to remain in place until a new president is selected or until the end of next June in a move said to be mutual between emmert and the board of board of governors We now check in with the ovilus capitals downtown Dave Preston live with an early update from Capital One arena 1903 to play in the first period rob no score between the capitals and New York islanders Alex Ovechkin out of the lineup with an upper body injury suffered the other night against Toronto caps two and O against the isles this year but VTEC benetech was in goal for both of those victories Elia Samsung In net this evening captain islanders no score early first period Thank you sir Also in D.C. tonight's the nationals trying to snap out of a 5 game slide they host the Marlins Josiah gray on the mound and it is scoreless in the top of the first inning The little delay to the first ending up in New York the Orioles season opener against the Yankees and a rain delay Jordan lyles taking the first pitch for the O's whenever this one does get started The first of the NBA's trio of game 5s underway in Miami as the heat the series leading heat without Jimmy Butler tonight against the Atlanta Hawks but leading 14 to 9 in the early going a pivotal game 5 between the grizzlies and tea wolves set to tip off in Memphis at the bottom of the hour Rob woodwork WTO sports.

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"mark emmert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:59 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The calls we go and I man is up next. Good luck new coach uncle brother. Good man. You a good man. My coach uncle brother. You know, Paul, I love listening to your program. And I love listening to the callers. You've got some colors and a little more entertaining and I don't know if entertaining is not the right word. I just find them easy to listen to. And then you've just got your regular stack callers, you know, they won't talk about Kirby smart and Nick's open. But I do have that. I like auggie squirrel and some Joe. If you ever when I was listening to the phone a few days and then I'll tell you hands down legend just spank Jim each switched his legs till they was bleeding. He switched his legs. He grabbed him by the wrist and he switched him around the yard and Jim was hollering and screaming. Mom or helped me. And he was hoping that you put somebody else on the call with him, but he was stuck. And you know legend was really laid back and taking it kind of easy. He just kind of let Jim say the same thing. What 15 times? That's compelling. That's great calling. Even when Jim talked when he said he thought ball he really didn't talk about he talked about his ball. And what he did. He really never really talked about teams or anything like that. I don't know. And why does this thing that he's got would be in a great collar and the greatest call? Tell me, I mean, is there what's the need in that ball? I mean, can you help me out on that? I wish I kept it. I am not a geologist. Jim out. A proctologist. I'd like to be a doctor. I mean, I just don't understand the drive that this imbecile has to where he's the greatest caller. And he said it was adrenaline. That's not adrenaline. That's called mental, that's something mental. He said he was aggressive too. I mean, the aggressive policy, let me ask you something. We just take your show in callers, for instance. And a lot of these people are out for a Roman world. They're going to stores and fast foods. They're calling this program. Why is it in these people are on the streets for the most part unattended? Why isn't it in all 50 states of marijuana legal when we've got these people to look at as an example? I wouldn't marijuana being legal in all 50 states. Be far more effective than I mean, just look at it. And some of these people can talk guns. Without a permit, you just put them in, put it in your pocket. Just put it in your pocket. It's a real good. It's real good. That's a real talk, too. Man, I mean, what is it? What is it about the laws on marijuana in this country? Why not 50 states adopt? I mean, just to treat it like liquor, how everybody accountable when we see that there are so many of these a handful of college to this program who aren't accountable to anything and they're not great callers have never been bright collars and you know what? They probably won't have a great call again tomorrow. Guess what Paul? Have a good day. Squirrel is up next. Good afternoon, squirrel. You know I hate to disagree with my buddy, but I am a Jim ologist. I saw Jim blistered the Birdman of Alcatraz the other day to be honest with you. I mean, legend, I'd overuse the phrase, but legend is a pimple from Jim's butt. I mean, you're here ten Jim references per hour on this show. For every one legend reference. So like I said, I mean, legend gets ratioed every day. By Jim. But one reason I called is miss pat, I want to thank her for proven once again that when you call in twice in one day, your second call is always going to be worse than your first. I thought that second call was pretty caddy. What are you doing? Well, since it involves me, it would be inappropriate for me to agree with you, but I do agree with you. Oh, great. Okay. And by the way, I mean, the first call was not particularly basically gave it gave us her we were proud of her degree from home. Yeah, and I'm glad that the electrical factor wasn't as good. I mean, the 70s, but you know, again, we try to stay somewhat current, but it is what it is. But speaking of your ace caller, yesterday, he referenced me as Hawaii and have you been to Hawaii. I have yes, a couple of times. One time. People that were Polynesian out there. Yeah, whether it makes races out there. I mean, I love Hawaiians. I went out there in 1990 on a reverse where we went to the state of Brentwood. Kauai. And guess who's sitting next to me? Jim, seriously. Said next to me in the plane on the way out there. From Los Angeles to Hawaii. Brian gumbo. Sullen in person as he appears on top of this. He was going out there to do the skins game on this golf tournament or whatever, but I asked him if he ever listened to your show and he said that he did. Oh my goodness. And no, I'm stoked. I mean, first of all, Brian gumbo at one time. Like 30 years ago was probably the most important sportscaster. Well, that's when he was at the top of his game. But it's funny you asked that was the solid because I was finding a lot for my company and out of St. Louis where I face and that was if you remember, that was a TWA hub back in those days. Right. So I had my little gold card that got me at the first class and some of my wife and I were flat out there. And so he came beside me. Everybody on that plane came up and tried to kiss his ass during that flight except me. I didn't even look at him. I didn't even acknowledge him. And then at the end of the flight, when we were giving people and then black binders on his eyes and at the end of the flight, we was getting off his head hello, as well. Now, you know what? I ignored him. Brian gobble has a terrible reputation, Greg gumbel, and I do know Greg gumbo. I've had dinner with him. He's a charming guy. It even Greg gumbo admits that nobody likes his brother. Well, I guess he could be abrasive back in those days. But the reason I say aloha is because back in 2002, 2003 when Bama got banned from bowl games so they scheduled Hawaii as the last game of the year. It pissed off the people of Mississippi. So bad. And I called into a buddy of mine's radio show every morning named Doug Coulson. So I started ending my calls in 2003 with aloha just to stick a barb in the eyes of the Mississippi people that got pissed off. We're talking about 20 years ago, Alabama got hit very hard by the NCAA. And they couldn't go to a bowl game, so they very cleverly added Hawaii. If you play, if you go to Hawaii, you can at the time you could have added an extra game. So they beat the system. It was really smart. And it also takes off. Hey, thanks for the call. Appreciate it. We are officially out of time for this program. We appreciate all of you for being a part of it. Some really interesting guests today will see you right.

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"mark emmert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:54 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And I think now coaches are in a unique spot where they're asking or wanting change. And I've heard the phrase, we've let the toothpaste out of the tube Paul more times in the last 6 months than I think I ever have in my life that you can't get the toothpaste back in the tube. They've let it out already. I don't know how you rain an end, rein it in, but we're starting to hear a little bit more from coaches publicly. As reporters, we've been hearing this privately, but now publicly, we're starting to hear more people advocate or say at least that they think it maybe it's inevitable that the power of 5 teams eventually break off, create their own group. And create their own rules because really right now there is no rule. There are no rules. There's no regulation with any of this. And I know I'm asking you a lot of very pedestrian questions for somebody that covers your level. So we had this one time, we had the COVID rule, I guess. And now essentially, is it or is it not true that you can transfer free of charge once? But what happens after that? Yeah, so coaches are using that to their advantage as well. So players now, they can transfer one time without penalty. In the past, if they were to transfer without a waiver, they had to sit out for one year. They don't have to sit out for a year now for that one time transfer. If you're a grad transfer, you can still transfer with no penalty and go elsewhere. But coaches are using that to their advantage that if they get a player to transfer that first time, they know that there's going to be a natural detraction for them to want to transfer again because if they transfer that second time they are going to have to sit out a year. So I actually had a personnel director. I wrote a story recently and I was talking to a bunch of people about this in particular and I had a personnel director tell me that they no longer want to be the first school to land a prospect out of high school. They want to be the second school. They want to be the school that gets the transfer because that's how many kids now are transferring. You're able to get them on campus and really after that first time, they're sort of locked in to your program. Incredible stuff from Tom van Heron and Tom, it's just nothing and this is only the beginning of this literal nightmare, although some are benefiting from it really, really appreciate you being on. Thanks so much for joining us. I'm sure I'll be back soon to talk again. I look forward to it. Thank you, Tom. Well, while we're talking to Tom, there's some breaking news on a subject. We talked about just an hour and a half ago with Donna lopiano, who unloaded on Mark emirate. And now according to the NCAA emirate is stepping down effective June 23, that's a year from now. And there is even speculation as this story breaks that it could come sooner as soon as the NCAA finds a replacement, but when he was extended about a year and a half ago, there was absolute outrage among the industry and as a result, I think what he got was a golden parachute, which anyone in his age would want when you make $3 million a year. You want to be protected so you can continue to live the same lavish lifestyle that you enjoyed while you were, well, you were shepherding and leading the NCAA into the abyss. But there is an exhale right now in college athletics about this that Mark hammered is finally done. He's not done soon enough, according to most people in the bubble, but he is done, and it will set up a battle for who is either the caretaker of an organization that is now obsolete or can the people that run this organization find someone who actually exhibits leadership, which is something that Mark emmert never did. The former LSU Chancellor, if you remember, he was at LSU. When Nick Saban was hired, he left to go to Washington as the president there. He was hired there to become the NCAA president. It's interesting that the athletic director now at LA shoe Scott Woodward worked under him at LSU and left to go with him to the University of Washington. So there will be a mad dash to see who replaced emirate, but there will be very few people, they may be uttering platitudes tonight about what a great man he was and how well he served, but I can assure you, virtually nobody in intercollegiate athletics believes that. Good riddance to Mark emirate, at least we have something to look forward to over the next year..

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"mark emmert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You may have heard about this latest information concerning the portal. It's an interesting situation, an article here by our next guest, Tom van herrin. Only 40 only 54% of FBS players who entered the portal enrolled at a new school. So what is it all mean? This is a chart and Tom, thank you for joining us. A really interesting topic. We are talking every day about the portal and all the things that go wrong. You've looked into it and have been talking about it as well. What do you glean from this report? Well, we tend to just write and just read about the top level guys. The top level transfers who go and make an impact, a lot of those players, they already know where they're going to go before they even get into the portal and they know they have a spot. And I think what these numbers are showing us that it's not, it's not all about the top level players that a lot of the players FBS football players in particular, a lot of them are making poor decisions and you mentioned that 54% member deeper into that article, I pointed out that scholarship, FBS players, 59% of them, only 59% that enter their name in the portal are going on to transfer and receive a scholarship. So that's a large number of players that probably weren't playing much that aren't elite level guys who were receiving a scholarship, and now that scholarship is gone. And I think that's probably one of the main points. A lot of people are looking at right now. I know there's no set rule, but I want you to explain because we get asked all the time. What happens when a player goes into the portal? Can he come back? Is it entirely up to the individual coach? How does that work? Yeah, it's up to the coach in the school. So the player enters his name into the portal. They enter a paperwork for the compliance department, the compliance department enters that information into the portal. That does not require the player to transfer. He doesn't have to leave. What it does is it allows other coaches, other programs to contact him. Now, the problem with that is, as you mentioned, it's case by case, each program, each coach has different rules for that. Technically, when they put their name into that portal, a coach, at the end of the semester, they could say you're out. And you no longer have scholarship here. So there are some issues with that as well. And as I mentioned before, a lot of the top level guys, they're scared to put their name in there without knowing that they've got a spot somewhere else. So what we're seeing because of that is tampering happening, where coaches are reaching out to high school coaches to trainers to handlers, to say, hey, we've got a spot if this guy is interested, we've got a spot for him and we'll take him and these players are going through back channels to try to figure out where they can go ahead of time. Then entering their name into the portal. And that's not the case for those lower level players. They don't have those spots available to them. Talking to Tom van here and I know you alluded to it a minute ago, but we hear from people in the industry talking about these agents out there who are contacting players to get them to go somewhere else. What's legal these days and what's not. And does it even matter? Yeah, no, it doesn't matter. It doesn't really matter because it's all happening. I mean, anything and everything is happening right now because everybody's trying to protect themselves. You know, I've talked to personnel directors who have said if we wait for a guy to enter the portal, we're too late. We're not going to get him. So you have to go out and tamper. You have to have to go out and try to get ahold of people. And so there are ways to do it. They can go through high school coaches and technically that's not illegal for them to talk to a high school coach and say we've got a spot open. Now they can't really discuss specifics and they're not allowed to discuss anything with those players on other programs at other programs, but they do. And it's happening and it's a necessity for them. So I think what we're seeing now, Paul, in an interesting side of this, is it's not just agents in terms of handlers for recruiting. We're now seeing actual professional agents get involved with this. Spencer Rattler, he's got an agency that he works with that's an NFL agent. A lot of the big name quarterbacks have agents who represent NFL players as well. So now you're bringing in high powered agents that are used to handling this stuff that are used to a lot of these discussions, they're handling NIL deals. They're handling transfers. There are a lot more back channels now. There are a lot more hands involved in this now than there ever has been. And with the NCAA essentially out of business, and we'll have more to say about that in a minute as some news is breaking about the future. Of Mark emirate, what happens? I mean, you hear coaches talk about the wild wild west. Is that what you've discovered based on the people with whom you talk? Yeah, I had a personnel director telling me that the transfer portal right now, the way it's set up, and the lack of rules from the NCAA, he said it's a bleep show. He used an expletive. I can't repeat that word, but yeah, you can figure it out. You can use your imagination, but that's how he described it because there really aren't any rules other than you can't talk that you're not allowed to tamper, but everybody's going around that rule anyways. So I think there are a lot of issues with this that we're overlooked and the NCAA has washed their hands clean of the transfer portal of NIL deals..

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"mark emmert" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on AP News

"For the attention, but because I just think that representation and visibility are so important. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm to McGuire One police officer is dead as as a gunman in a shooting in downtown. Arvada, Colorado Denver suburb. Another shooting suspect has been hospitalized in this shooting in the town's historic district this afternoon. There is no information yet on what led to the gunfire. The CDC says 150 million of people have been fully vaccinated in this country. Coronavirus deaths in the US have dipped below 300 a day for the first time since the early days of the pandemic. In March of last year. 14 people have died in Alabama from Tropical Storm Claudette Angela Spears home was destroyed this Loud noise, okay? And my trailer moves, and next thing I know the walls came falling out. And I went flying out the door on the couch. Nine Children died in a multi vehicle highway crash south of Montgomery. The Supreme Court ruled unanimously against its rules covering scholarships and other perks for division one football and basketball players had Donahue with more. The case doesn't decide whether students can be paid salaries but justice spread, Cavanagh argued the issue of compensating athletes Could fall under antitrust lies that management the schools may be exploiting labor. The student athlete, Gabe Feldman, is a law professor at Tulane University. It's only a matter of time before another lawsuit was filed. That asked for the whole system to be blown up and see President Mark Emmert is not ready to move to pay college athletes. The ruling Goes to great lengths.

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High court sides with ex-athletes in NCAA compensation case

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

High court sides with ex-athletes in NCAA compensation case

"The Supreme Court decided unanimously the NC double a cannot enforce rules limiting education related benefits that colleges offer to student athletes the case doesn't decide whether students can be paid salaries but justice Brett Kavanaugh argued the issue of compensating athletes could fall under anti trust laws that management the schools may be exploiting labor the student athlete Gabe Feldman is a law professor at Tulane University it's only a matter of time before another lawsuit was filed that asked for the whole system to be blown up NC double a president mark Emmert is not ready to move to pay college athletes the ruling goes to great lengths to point out that that authority still resides within the association's purview the NC double a argued that a ruling for the athletes could lead to a blurring of the line between college and professional sports at Donahue Washington

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NCAA Memo: Emmert Urges Schools to Act on NIL or He Will

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

NCAA Memo: Emmert Urges Schools to Act on NIL or He Will

"NCAA president mark Emmert wants the organization's member schools to act swiftly on allowing college athletes to be compensated for their name image and likeness the Associated Press has obtained a memo amber it sent to member schools Friday in which he wrote if rules changes are not in place by July he will take action Emmert cited emerging state laws for the need to act quickly five states have so called and I was set to go into effect July first that will allow college athletes to accept payment for endorsements personal appearances and social media posts the NCAA division one council could act as early as next week when it meets Tuesday and Wednesday hi Mike Rossio

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Bike-Riding Boy, 11, Killed in Northeast Philadelphia Shooting

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Bike-Riding Boy, 11, Killed in Northeast Philadelphia Shooting

"Year old hospitalized after someone opened fire as they were writing a dirt bike this evening. Police say the younger boy was hit in the neck and died to the local hospital. The 14 year old was shot twice, once in the arm once in the ankle. No arrests have been made. NC double A president Mark Emmert tells the AP

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11-Year-Old Boy Killed, 14-Year-Old Injured In Double Shooting, Philadelphia Police Say

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

11-Year-Old Boy Killed, 14-Year-Old Injured In Double Shooting, Philadelphia Police Say

"Year old hospitalized after someone opened fire as they were writing a dirt bike this evening. Police say the younger boy was hit in the neck and died to the local hospital. The 14 year old was shot twice, once in the arm once in the ankle. No arrests have been made. NC double A president Mark Emmert tells the AP

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11-year-old boy shot, killed in Philadelphia

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

11-year-old boy shot, killed in Philadelphia

"Is dead a 14 year old hospitalized after someone opened fire as they were writing a dirt bike this evening. Police say the younger boy was hit in the neck and died to the local hospital. The 14 year old was shot twice, once in the arm once in the ankle. No arrests have been made. NC double A president Mark Emmert

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AP Interview: Emmert says poor communication led to inequity

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

AP Interview: Emmert says poor communication led to inequity

"Obviously we dropped the ball in San Antonio in the women's basketball tournament NCAA president mark Emmert all the inequities that clouded the start of the women's basketball tournament in Texas in an interview with the Associated Press everts said a focus on protocols and safety during the pandemic and lack of communication led to the oversight the complete and utter focus on how to Polish off of the pandemic out letters to get off the ball and a handful of things on Thursday the NCAA announced it's hiring a law firm to review potential gender equity issues in all men's and women's championship events hi Mike Rossi out

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O’Neil: NCAA president Mark Emmert doesn’t get it

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

O’Neil: NCAA president Mark Emmert doesn’t get it

"The latest coming from the athletic from dana o'neil the outstanding writer and columnist air under the heading. Ncwa president mark. Ambert doesn't get it because clearly he's just not capable of doing so was the piece in the athletic is an viscera eating. Take down of the man who is supposedly in charge of college athletics. Dana joins us now. Dana o'neil dan. Thank you for the time. It's great to have you here. And what an amazing piece you've written and you just wonder. Sometimes when people will learn but often their arrogance and hubris gets in the way thanks for the time. And let's hear from you. What is going on with mark emmer pulse like you said i mean this if this were a first timer a one off. I think we'd all be like all right. Give the guy a break. He hasn't been in this situation before but he's been in countless situations of of complex and difficult crises in his in his tenure at the ncaa and his reaction time. If you will say as an athlete it's not very good He just you know i to me. There was a simple way to handle this. And that's to actors. It's one thing to have a crisis dropped in your lap. It's another about how you handle it. And he chose not to handle it. Yeah and and and the story broke the other day when when a young player from believe it was oregon. Put something out on social media. Everyone everyone reacted. And i want you to do this. In your piece go through the time line because emmer te got it at first and then it just got away from him. So what was his first reaction well on. And that's just i. I guess the first reaction was he no reaction i mean. He didn't do. They put out a statement at first saying that That space was never meant to be used as a weight room space where they're going to have one after the once. The sweet sixteen round started which made no sense men already have one And then he doubled back when we sat down with him a few reporters on friday saying well. He didn't have all the information that it was excusable. But he would get to the bottom of it and then the next day he talked to an economic group here in indiana and basically just said well. You know it wasn't meant to be the workout space anyway. But once the video got out a video out

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"mark emmert" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Things are going right? Don't be Zach, Please act. Don't be the guy that's happy Toa. Go ahead and get a salary in the check. But when things don't go your way You want to hide? You want to come up with excuses? You wanna pass of the buck? Zach, please. Zach could not take responsibility for his own actions. So he went out there and decided to blame somebody else when it was him. The AI doesn't want to accept responsibility for something that they could have worked on for months. Instead, Marc Emery is passing the buck to the conferences. This is no different than some of the leaders that we've seen in sports over the past several months. Rob Man, Fred is nothing more than a walking disaster. He has a public Ah spat with Tony Clark in a major League Baseball Players Association. And then afterwards after we watched them basically have a slap fight back and forth for months at the end at the conclusion when they finally settled on money and how much they want to lose and how much they want to make. Rob Manfred has the nerve to sit and stand in front of the fans through a magic box called a camera. And sell everyone. The fans deserve better. You knew that before you negotiated You knew that. So when it comes down a Mark Emmert, this is someone who year by year. May make anywhere from 2 to $4 million to be the president of the Okay. He ain't making Ah, $10 million. He's not making nine. He's not. He's not. He's not safe, and he's not Sweeney. But that's a pretty big. Ah, check to take And okay, you're an executive. You were on the A. That's all good and well. That's salary might be commensurate with the work that you actually do. But let's think about what you don't do, and that's provide leadership. I'm very much aware that this has been an unusual year. This is then the oddest year that probably I hope most of us will ever live in our lives. But that's not an excuse not to be a leader. That's not an excuse not to do your job. That's not an excuse to pass the buck or blame somebody else for your own misgivings or misdeeds. When things don't go right. Stand up, and I'm not even going to say be man enough because we got a lot of women out here who are strong enough to stand up when things aren't going, right? Stand the hell up and accept responsibility do better be better. And when it comes to the For whatever reason, every single year every instance even down, trickling down to the conferences. They can always do better. And that's the reason right now that they always running and looking to pass the buck. It's no different right now. With how we can go about paying our student athletes how the student athletes could make money, then CW's back has been so far up against the wall. Now they have to ask Congress for help. If you would've did things right the first damn time, if you would have stood upon some laurels if you didn't decide to pass the buck and just take the money. Everybody would it be in a much better position? I want to open up the phone lines to you right now 855 to 1 to four. CBS That's 855 to 12 for CBS. What do you think about the leadership structure of the N C. A. A. Marc Emery. Does he owe the conference is more Does. He owe them more than saying you figure it out. Or do you believe the conferences are well within their right to do what they want? I think they are. But I think Mark Emery has continued to drop the ball and not at least provide guidance. And in that part, I think he is a massive failure. The phone lines open. You ate 55 to 1 to four. CBS Your phone calls. We come back. You're listening to the jr Sport re show right here on CBS Sports Radio. Now.

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"mark emmert" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Mark and Mark, attack out of you that stick well past. Whatever you dunderhead, you do not the little son of a gun, Mark Emmert. This just came out, so I don't know the exact particulars of this, But there's now apparently a conversation about having March madness. The tournament in a bubble from last year. None of you know, I'm pretty sure we're never going to get that one back that but that one is gone for good. But, yeah, they're talking about the particulars the possibility of next year holding because there as as of right now, the current plan, even for the school's who have suspended the fall sports is that you'll start playing basketball in January. Execution. We know that it works, eh? So it's possible that they would take the take march madness and do it. You know, you can't do that level. Why not? Lord? Why not have those eight teams? Well, you not Amen. We've got to think of things is not as they were. What if it's not that many teams, but it's still even if it is What if they go to those hub cities and we have to quarantine in a place and it's just you just shorten the time. Whatever you do it in four bubbles, and then you know, so you'd have 16 teams go to each bubble and then eventually the winner of each bubble would meet in a another mother's shorten it, So it's not winners Taste out. Maybe, but in off the bubble ofthe great collegiate bubble, a three sitting on my phone party I went to on a spring break trip ones. 83605 ninety's the phone number 51283605 90 We'll go to the MBA. How good is Daimler when.

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Emmert: No NCAA championships for fall sports

Red Eye Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Emmert: No NCAA championships for fall sports

"New donors. Only Nzt has canceled its fall championships as covert 19 continues to spread. More from cleaning up the said earlier this month that would cancel fall championships of more than 50% of the playoff eligible teams in each sport canceled their season's president, Mark Emmert followed up on that today We cannot now a TTE. This point have fallen CH championships because there's not enough schools participating. The cancellation doesn't impact FBS football because the isn't its governing body, But for all other sports, there won't be championships. It's up to individual conference. Asses if teams want to play a

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"mark emmert" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coming in the Great American where blessed 11 consequential times rioting, looting in the magnificent mile in Chicago falling up what's happening in Portland. Has been a report this morning that Dan Hornos completely about the Big 10. Voting to cancel football ways in the fall. Joining us now is that same Dan Horde and Dan Horde multifaceted broadcaster Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham showing Dan How are you? Willie. I'm good, Always an honor and privilege to be on your show. According to media accounts, the media seldom wrong. The presidents of the Big 10 voted 12 to 2. Sunday to end all fall sports maybe delay until the spring, but that's not been approved. Everyone voted Dandan except for two, which was Iowa, Nebraska. First of all your reaction is a college sports maven. Very disappointed. I don't know why they felt the need to do this. Now I understand the risks. Nobody is denying that there have been some disturbing things that come out the last week or two about players that have tested positive and the results that The virus has had on their bodies, but I still don't understand why the Big 10 and soon it's probably going to be the Pac 12 feel the need to pull the plug. Right now. I don't get it. Why do you say that? Give me your analysis. On one side. I read things from national reporters, saying it must be done. I'm listening this morning to ESPN. I watch Fox Sports Get all the analysis. There's no leadership Mark Emmert. Doesn't have the power may be the influence. You have five independent conferences. If they don't go together, Of course, you can't play against each other constantly. So at this point, why do you think it's a mistake? Well, let me give you my plan for how college football could have gone forward and I suppose still could go forward. I mean, right now, According to the Detroit Free Press, it's only the big 10. That has canceled or postponed fall football. So here is the plan that I came up with. After thinking about it this morning. Let's postpone the college football season. Until Saturday, October 3rd. What does that do? Well, it gives the nation two months to get our act together and try to get better control of this virus. It gives college football the opportunity to watch the NFL play for three weeks and see how they are handling things and if they are able to play football safely without a rash of positive tests. You could still have an eight game season leading up to the begin of beginning of December, where you would stage or a great championships and then you could have the college football playoff. So why the need to pull the plug right now? Let's wait until the beginning of October and see if you could get in a shortened fall season. And this is in a climate where, according to Bill Gates, we have proper therapeutics coming in the next 90 days. There's a vaccine probability by the end of the year, whatever it might be a plus. You have a circumstance where in October mid early October, there's plenty of time. October November 2 summer January to do what you got to do, Many said that the PGA would not work. That somehow to start the sport, NASCAR is allowing fans in without much impact. I look at other sports that are proceeding and some are saying, No, You can't do that. The players feel emboldened. I'm bringing some of the stuff on the Web about forming a player's union that the long and the short of this is that there's going to be a player's union multifaceted and then you have the issue of what to do with long term illnesses that might develop, which is always the case. I mean, in all of us like to go swimming, knowing that 500 Americans every year will die of drownings. We all drive cars, knowing that 50,000 are going to die in car.

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NCAA Won't Mandate Uniform Return to Sports, Mark Emmert Says

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:02 min | 2 years ago

NCAA Won't Mandate Uniform Return to Sports, Mark Emmert Says

"Really looking forward to chatting with heather vintage from ESPN. Who broke the story last night? In relation to our interview with Mark Emirates the president most people saw the headlines throughout the evening and early day the NCW. A uniform return And now we can get an inside that conversation and find out what it all means Heather thank you for being with us. It's great to connect with you again. Hope you're well. I'll tell you man I don't know that heather and I usually convene in at ESPN on Sunday morning. About six fifteen in the morning. We're we're both the bleary eyed for various reasons but we get through it and Heather I feel the same way. Let's let's let's talk about your conversation with President Amran. Everyone thinks they know what it means. But you talk to Him. Tell us about it. Well I think one of the big questions I have had about all of this is what is the double role and some coaches have been outspoken. And saying we need somebody to issue a sort of blanket set of instructions to help us out on this and so I asked him point blank with the NCAA issue a start date and he said not in this case usually we would. That's what we do but The Corona virus pandemic has thrown this off the track and so he is saying from the highest level and college sports. What I have heard from every single commissioner that I have talked to which is it is not up to us and they stressed this in a phone call to Vice President Mike Pence a couple of weeks ago and I think it's very important to reiterate. Just how different college? Sports are from Pro Sports. They can't just you know. Pull up in a parking lot and get a test in minutes and go into a stadium. That's unlock they. Must WAIT UNTIL UNIVERSITY. Presidents reopened campuses So as much as a lot of people have heard like the NCWA to do something to help not even commissioners the most powerful people in sports the power five commissioners can do this uniformly as much as they would like to. They are cognizant of the fact. This is changing state by state. So what role does Emmerick ploy moving forward? So part of it he said is helping regulate the what is it ninety conference championships that they do oversee And Remember the NC Double A. Was the one that had the authority and the power to cancel the NCAA basketball tournaments which they run and all the other winter sports and the spring sports calling a halt to those conference championship games but his thing was basically saying we are here to help them in terms of fast tracking legislation. Let's say they only go to eight conference games Or How do you do? We need to reconfigure how you determine a conference champion and a certain league or play number of games Bob Ob the big twelve. Commissioner told me to football oversight committee will have something to do with a lot of those questions and and rules and regulations but at the NC double a level he said he and his staff are preparing just like the commissioners are for whatever permutation you might be able to think about what seasons might look like in order to respond quickly and say okay. You only have eight of ten teams and you're GonNa play championship. Here's here's we're going to rewrite this here you go. He said something Friday that was that I thought was interesting where where he alluded to it. In loot he was pretty matter of fact about the students on campus. Before you can play and that's been the debate You you talk to more people than anyone help us understand where we're the commissioners are right now and why did Mark emerets say that well choosers. Depends on who you talk. Too Much Commissioner Craig. Thompson was very blunt about it when I spoke to him and basically said I don't see how you can have athletes back. You don't have students back Jon Steinbrecher of the Mack told me the exact same thing Bob. Dole's be told me last week he said well. Here's the thing if everyone is going to online classes the first step is you have to have your athletes register online because again. They are student athletes if they're not registered for those online classes. That's the first step. You can't get back on campus. You're you can't be a student athlete. So there are also conversations going on about what it could look like on some campuses that have some students returned to campus. We're just freshman or however you might want to Put that piece of the puzzle together but there are certainly varying pain herm Edwards at. Asu told me if it's not safer. Sousa comeback from my players and coaches. I WANNA have everybody tested

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Emmert: Unlikely all schools will start seasons at same time

News, Traffic and Weather

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Emmert: Unlikely all schools will start seasons at same time

"NC to a president mark Emmert says the corona viruses making it unlikely all schools will be ready to compete in college sports at the same time he says the goal is for every team to have an equal amount of prep time before its season starts amber to knowledge is that there could be some competitive inequities caused by schools having very time lines for re opening

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Emmert: Unlikely all schools will start seasons at same time

News, Traffic and Weather

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Emmert: Unlikely all schools will start seasons at same time

"NC to a president mark Emmert says the corona viruses making it unlikely all schools will be ready to compete in college sports at the same time he says the goal is for every team to have an equal amount of prep time before its season starts amber to knowledge is that there could be some competitive inequities caused by schools having very time lines for re opening

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"mark emmert" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on AP News

"The NC double a announced that its board of governors supports a plan to allow college athletes to earn money for endorsements and a host of other activities including personal appearances and posting of social media content Ohio state president and board chairman called it an unprecedented move the next step for membership is to draft legislation by October 30 a formal vote will be taken by schools at the next convention in January and if all goes according to plan new rules will go into effect no later than the 202122 academic year NC double a president mark Emmert says member schools have been braced very real change I'm Ralph Russo in New York

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NCAA board supports name, image and likeness compensation

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

NCAA board supports name, image and likeness compensation

"The NC double a announced that its board of governors supports a plan to allow college athletes to earn money for endorsements and a host of other activities including personal appearances and posting of social media content Ohio state president and board chairman called it an unprecedented move the next step for membership is to draft legislation by October thirtieth a formal vote will be taken by schools at the next convention in January and if all goes according to plan new rules will go into effect no later than the twenty twenty one twenty two academic year NC double a president mark Emmert says member schools have been braced very real change I'm Ralph Russo in New York

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"mark emmert" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on AP News

"The NC double a announced that its board of governors supports a plan to allow college athletes to earn money for endorsements and a host of other activities including personal appearances and posting of social media content Ohio state president and board chairman called it an unprecedented move the next step for membership is to draft legislation by October 30 a formal vote will be taken by schools at the next convention in January and if all goes according to plan new rules will go into effect no later than the 202122 academic year NC double a president mark Emmert says member schools have been braced very real change I'm Ralph Russo in New York

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NCAA board supports name, image and likeness compensation

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

NCAA board supports name, image and likeness compensation

"The NC double a announced that its board of governors supports a plan to allow college athletes to earn money for endorsements and a host of other activities including personal appearances and posting of social media content Ohio state president and board chairman called it an unprecedented move the next step for membership is to draft legislation by October thirtieth a formal vote will be taken by schools at the next convention in January and if all goes according to plan new rules will go into effect no later than the twenty twenty one twenty two academic year NC double a president mark Emmert says member schools have been braced very real change I'm Ralph Russo in New York

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President Donald Trump tells sports commissioners he is hopeful NFL season will open on time

SportsCenter AllNight

06:52 min | 2 years ago

President Donald Trump tells sports commissioners he is hopeful NFL season will open on time

"Will the White House says the president spoke with commissioners of the country's sports leagues in a conference call Saturday and told them he recognizes the good work being done by many teams and players the care for their communities and fans dealing with the new coronavirus she called on them to continue efforts to support their fellow Americans during this current challenge a wide range of sports league officials took part in the call including NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as well as NBA commissioner Adam silver president trump believes the NFL season will start on time September tenth with fans in those seats we have to open our country again we want to be doing this for months and months and months would open our country again this country wasn't meant for this if you were if you were but we have to open our country again they want to get back they got to get back I can't do this this sports were designed for the whole concept of our nation wasn't designed for women have to get back we want to get back soon very soon Adam Schefter on the practicality of that hope Donald Trump had a conference call with major commissioners in multiple sports that started at noon eastern today and in that call president trump told them that he believes the NFL season should start on time in September now again that's great that he thinks that and it's great to be ones that we all want that the truth is is that practical and real can we really make that happen and I don't know that anybody can answer that question we're gonna need it all clear and I don't know whether that's a vaccine or treatment or testing that is done on people before they walk into stadiums but the world as we know it is changing in the world that we know is going to be a very different place and so it's great that president trump watch football to resume in September we don't but we just don't know how practical in real that is at this point time and probably will not for quite some time trump's view of the NFL came during the call including executives from a host of sports leagues as I mentioned NFL NBA Major League Baseball the PGA tour NASCAR among them it was one league executive that apparently was not on the call which is puzzling to Taylor Twellman how do you have the NBA WNBA Major League Baseball NFL NHL PGA UFC WWE NASCAR Major League Soccer and you don't have mark Emmert the NCAA on thank you this is what this is why it's so difficult for me to be optimistic for longer than five minutes because the moment I use my brain and start thinking about who's doing the advice who's giving me advice who's talking what's real news what's fake news and whatnot your love said okay well then what's the truth it's going to come out ten hours later or the next day twenty hours it's just a that's why I'm struggling with it all yeah as far as trump's optimism or hope that games in the NFL and beyond will be played sometime soon Myron Medcalf on game day does not see the same picture one I'm Alex everyone it seems wants to be helpful at this juncture in a bigger an ideal world football would start on time college football football you'll be able to come back but I don't see the path to that method that to me is the thing that everyone's wrestling with theirs I think you have a lot of power brokers who feel like they have the power to to move forward but until we get the green light to put people in stadiums and to get things back rolling again I'm not sure how it happened and it just feels like we're on two different paths where you got out of the hopeful leaders who want to get things going again but the reality of feels like with everything we've seen just in the last month it's it's hard for me to look for to think that everything will be normal this fall all of these ideas are the kind of a did you come up with when you want to get around the current circumstance but I just don't know how realistic any of that is you know how do you get everybody in one place and minimize risk I mean that to me is the thing what do you deal with a hundred people or seventy thousand can you tell them that they're safe you know I don't know how anybody gets to that point in general with the snow out of the country but I do think the NBA and NFL all these leagues considering the money on the line will exhaust every opportunity every option before they say we can't go forward but it just it just doesn't feel like anything is realistic about NFL and college football starting on time at this point Adam Schefter also reporting high level officials from multiple teams are preparing for a virtual draft from their homes a final decision is pending on teams holding the draft at team facilities according to league sources the draft will be held again on time April twenty third it starts with the biggest event of the leaves off field calendar originally scheduled for a lavish affair Las Vegas Roger Goodell said the league wide memo on March twenty six that was unanimous unequivocal the draft would go on as scheduled despite the corona virus pandemic and that has disrupted most of this nation shifter on how this pandemic the will impact the league's bottom line nobody knows exactly how to handle the and so I don't think the owners are any different and the owners now have to be going through their minds are wondering if their business model ever hold up again does it all look this year one of the few to ratifications okay first and foremost you want to make sure that our country safe of course that that is a priority before talking just from a business football perspective and with the owners of thinking there then I think they got to be concerned tremendously concerned we don't know that there's going to be football we hope there is we don't know that we don't know what form that football will take we hope it's as it was hard to imagine that's the case so we would sit back and wait for answers we wait for more widespread testing for the development of a vaccine for something that enables our world to get back on track it's derailed medically it's derailed financially it's derailed economically it's Terrell in so many ways the world has been turned upside down yeah one of the key factors here is the fact that if one state doesn't allow a team of representatives to go to their facility then the leave will not allow any any of the other teams that have their draft at their facility so we'll see how it plays out again April twenty third the draft will be on time that's Thursday night and it will go through Saturday the twenty

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March Madness is going to be very different this year

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

March Madness is going to be very different this year

"Madness will be among the nation wide events that are being altered because of the corona virus NCAA president mark Emmert announced the games in both the men's and women's tournaments will be closed to the public with only a limited number of players families and officials in attendance the move to prevent the spread of covert nineteen virus comes as college conference tournaments are in full swing across the country the Atlantic coast conference is in day two of its five day men's tournament in Greensboro North Carolina the pac twelve played the first game in Las Vegas the Southeastern Conference begins the men's tournament in Nashville Tennessee the Biggie starts at Madison Square Garden in New York there are no plans to restrict fan access to those

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Only essential staff and limited family at NCAA tournaments

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Only essential staff and limited family at NCAA tournaments

"NCAA president mark Emmert announced the games in both the men's and women's tournaments will be closed to the public with only a limited number of players families and officials in attendance the move to prevent the spread of covert nineteen virus comes as college conference tournaments are in full swing across the country the Atlantic coast conference is in day two of its five day men's tournament in Greensboro North Carolina the pac twelve played the first game Wednesday at its tournament in Las Vegas the Southeastern Conference begins the men's tournament in Nashville Tennessee the Biggie starts at Madison Square Garden in New York and the big ten is scheduled to tip off in Indianapolis there are no plans to restrict fan access to those events I'm Tim McGuire

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"mark emmert" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on KOMO

"What we have to take away the dogs and Trojans go out at six o'clock Thursday the broadcast at five thirty on komo news and Forbes magazine says the average the average NBA franchise is now worth two billion dollars in two thousand six Howard Schultz sold the Seattle SuperSonics to clay Bennett for three hundred fifty million it think for more than one reason he wishes he hung on a pretty good appreciation their sport to ten and forty after the hour bill sports on the home of the Huskies come on his you guys hear that house speaker Nancy Pelosi paid off for Super Bowl that uses from California to meet a friendly wager with Missouri congressman Emanuel cleaver ended up giving it a basket full of California goodies and I'm talkin goodies like your daily chocolate sees candy simple style she does she also put on a red yellow scarf to shore appreciation the Niners colors tune the chiefs Niners whatever you both went on that the question of whether to pay student athletes is being debated on Capitol Hill hearing today address the issue and it featured testimony from people including NC double a president mark Emmert he talked about the unique character and quality of college sports all big twelve conference commissioner bubbles be said college sports is not a vocation others including democratic senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut said so many people benefit from the athletes to compete he called for the competitors to get equitable compensation another parent has been sentenced in connection with that massive college admissions cheating schedule and scandal and here's ABC's Paula Faris Hodge former CEO of a global investment firm and father of seven on Friday was leveled with a nine month prison sentence after pleading guilty for pay nearly nine hundred thousand dollars to get four of his children into elite colleges under false pretenses getting.

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"mark emmert" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"mark emmert" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Bucks apples four hundred the rockets and Sixers each at plus nine hundred the Celtic up plus fourteen hundred and the Mavericks and they'll get each at plus sixteen hundred the book the Lakers currently are tied with the best record in the league right now each of twenty one and three the Lakers are taking on the magic right now in the lead by a score of eighty six to seventy eight in the fourth quarter well the Bucks are hosting the pelicans later tonight water without star ya it's on to go both ways they left quad soreness and there's a lot of them have an interest in I think the clippers being right on the heels of the Lakers is absolutely right and by the way is to that tells you that biggest things the clippers are a better team because they're factor in the fact that the clippers are going to have to play four of seven games of the series chance it back not even that and we mentioned for somebody give mine the other is the cover should load manage forever they will have a single home game not a single they will not have one home game when they played the Lakers in the playoffs no one's talking about that there is no home game in Los Angeles Clippers doesn't matter over in a season ticket always get there will that put does know the colors are on the wall with the banner covered up her look like everyone of those seven games as a home game for the Lakers so for the clippers who cares I mean the one seed it doesn't matter if you can't be those of the teams which you can't you can't beat the Lakers and if you're gonna be the Lakers are going to do it in a in a place in the in app is not to be vertically friendly the other thing I think it's interesting I'm stunned by his numbers are really good team the Mavericks have the same odds of the nuggets look at Dodgers mailed Ole boy hold that to absolute greatness numbers three earlier this week FAA you lost their head football coach in lane Kiffin as he left the program to take the Ole miss job well it appears that they have found their man's replace Kiffin as they have reportedly come to an agreement with former Florida state head coach Willie Taggart Taggart was just nine and twelve in less than two and less and two years is that the FSU before being fired last month he spent just one year at Oregon where he went seven five before leaving for the Noles and in four years at South Florida tiger went twenty four twenty five including a ten win season back in twenty sixteen its interest to here's the question I have for you the real question I think an organ fans you know talk about who they can hire your snow tire leaves so who's the who's the actual because going to be a year I don't like this world thing I don't like the trail I don't like the way the Tegra conducted himself and I love that he felt that if it's you I think it's amazing in part because the phony now is a failure he's a phony as a failure and and and for me that higher is a reminder call home on it for you all that glitters is not gold but most those things that what other folks laddie you to number four the ongoing debate as to whether or not college athletes should be compensated for their name image and likeness continue today as NC double a president mark Emmert spoke at a forum sponsored by the sports business journal he said it is quote highly probable and quote the federal legislation will be passed that sets national guidelines for all college athletes can be compensated he added that dealing with this is one of his biggest priorities heading into twenty twenty and that he is spending roughly seventy five percent of his time on it is the other twenty five percent Spanish as cash money they get paid because you know he's not I am sure did they break that down still they think what do you think mark Emmert drives what do you guys think he drives I'm gonna go BMW straight straight gets as a Mercedes I that's a really good guess as well Tom you away in it differs in drive like a test so I just feel like it has to be a step above BMW Mercedes something bigger maybe like a Mercedes like that that truck that boxing Mercedes truck that's like eighty thousand dollars yes you have that is a given that the Tesla truck I eventually maybe now is not a test like I maybe is it's lacks creativity but maybe it's just a bench guy I can't remember their New York they're everywhere in LA there are two that is the status car where I live everybody drives a test there around but not nearly as as prevalent to raise taxes is near isn't allies as part of the re right there is a test the north Jersey so as as a dealership yeah all right I so I just I don't know if you are just I like it a Google event is I I'd love to know back in my reported as a way to just go on I used to go to people's parking spots at five in the morning that would be everything to stand there then wait for August was amused by what's most aren't I you know if I if I get to Indy although this bike it's in the for work purposes computer might be a next year for CBSSports dot com Bob if I can buy three or four hours I will go over the NC double a and see if I can find a way to figure out a dress public database it would be to actually number five the point is he's rich that is the earlier today MLB commissioner rob Manfred announced that all thirty ball parks will have extending netting at least pass their dugouts beginning next season the extent to the expansion will vary by ballpark but all many will at minimum excessive sensually beyond the far end of the dug out on both sides of the field Manfred said quote seven clubs will have netting that extends all the way to the South Pole fifteen additional clubs are expect expanding netting for the twenty twenty season it's a good idea and the most expensive seats in baseball for years have had netting between you and the few writers sent between you know behind home plate there is you know there is something between you and what you are watching it does not take away from the experience it's obviously an incredibly incredibly good idea those are real writers five things to know on CBS portfolios although a lot of programs of the on the end of our Barcelona boss David is is Lizzie help text me do you think I would get in trouble and or get B. B. B. R. cheered if next year we did a segment Tom making a facetime never like to my star do you think will be in trouble what if we I would say about me because somebody gets a lit figures out what every person CBS sports radio dries and then we do a big reveal one day one show I like that it's a little inside what is his arrival is unknown yeah five what is TA dryers should be just talent all I think I think producers to may and and some board of see we're just depressing but those are actually interesting still you drive I drive a jeep compass there you go wow yeah that I would not have guessed that we can do like what it says about people we knew what we do is a quiz like I'll call you know we'll quiz you some you got you guys and what do you think you know TGA Mercedes be a it's also see a toilet herself in a day that week like the little I think yeah seen bar driving his white Lamborghini around the neighborhood Barton is a white Lamborghini in Manhattan yeah does your have through the Holland tunnel of a red like Brittany that's ridiculous that's amazing what do you so what do you think as a D. A. probably does have a car right I don't think DA does have a car do you have to say like it was a job before here is he in Boston before here yes Boston Boston so in those cases you have to follow some of the others so they wanted you was was Korea before you you know moved to New York gates we get them well he's like it is families in like New York state so I'm sure they have he had he has some kind of car he has some kind of answer he's got something our we're doing this there were also live program the show eight five five two one two four CBS the so what's wrong why you what's of what's wrong so read of I love it actually love it it's so funny you know what we just got a note of her own now from boss David let's do exclamation point David thank you text me what to drive them drive two one two four two because we'll take some golf the right of the new bill or under the guise next here on CBS sports radio Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans quicken.

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