9 Burst results for "Mark Godfrey"

"mark godfrey" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"mark godfrey" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Yeah, I think that's totally fine to do that. But at some time, this ridiculousness has got to stop. You know, and TV show jackass is not one of my favorite things. So that's what I've got to say. And listen, I didn't even know I was in your bracket one day when I called you. And I don't care if I didn't even get a vote. I was just glad to be at the dance baby, and I thank you. Love your mind. Cheerleader thank you. Thank you very much for sharing your opinion and Chris Rock thank you too for being on the other side. By the way, I don't much care what happened there. It is showbiz. It is but I was just trying to. But the only thing I just wanted to make sure that cheerleader had the whole story. Two days later, we are talking about the Oscars here. Jim is up next. I'm shocked to share with you. I thought she had some class, but I can't believe she said that, you know, I've said a lot of things today. Everybody wants to hate me. I don't get to lie about me all the time. What I can't work, I'm not worried about nothing. But I'll tell you what, cheerleader, but a condon or guy, a man right there, that's unbelievable. And the guy was about two times bigger than the little guy. What's his name, Paul the guy? I can't remember the guy's name. Will Smith? Chris Rock was a guy he hit. Yeah, rock. And now they're both apologizing to each other, which proves that only worried about just for the record. I don't think crystal rock has said a word since Sunday Night. No, I saw a post today on Twitter where he apologized. He apologized for the whole family. Oh, so he did. Okay, well, I have not. I saw it this morning. Jim, you are correct. I miss Chris Rock's apology for whatever. By the way, that was kind of late, too. Well, why would he apologize? That's why he would apologize because he did not realize that she had an issue. Not even though she was sick and she was sick he was out of line, but I ain't no good lady. You know what, Jim, I want all the people that have made fun of my hair to apologize now. Yeah, but Paul, we know you're sick. People don't. You're not sick, Paul, but I lost my mother. Jada Pinkett Smith was sick. Is it very sick? Who's that? Jana Pickett? Where she has Appalachian? It's a disorder that is. But it does cause hair loss. But for cheerleaders, thank you, it's okay for the walk up there and knock hell out of the guy and could have broke his mouth to the broke. Hey, that'd be lawsuits flying in my end of it. What about you? Seriously. Well, I don't know. I've been attacked before in public. Oh, physically attacked like that? Mark, Godfrey's wife, physically attacked me. She didn't hit you in the mouth like that. She got this shot was not the hell out of rock, you know, he did knock out of it. I don't know what Chris Rock has done. I really don't care, but because I just haven't seen the apology, but that doesn't mean have you seen it. But yeah, you were talking like, I am about cheerleader condoning the guy hit the twist. You can not condone somebody assaulting somebody like that. No, absolutely. When you know when you're, if you're part of that Hollywood crowd, you just have to accept you are going to be made fun of. It doesn't matter whether you're. The country. Tell me this, Paul. This is where the country is screwed. Why was he not arrested on the spot? Well, to be arrested, Jim, in this case, as best. He had to swear out a warrant. Otherwise, there was no call. And Chris said this morning, he said, I will not charge him. For that question. Why didn't the people that run this organization who are a bunch of frauds anyway? Exactly. Do something about it at the time. Well, you know what, Paul, I would watch that show if you are paid me to watch it. How about you and all the yellow hosting that show? Jim, I think we would be better than any host in history. We'd be better than anybody. Okay, who wouldn't we wouldn't be better in? Billy Crystal is the best I've ever seen. Billy Crystal is very good. I agree. I thought Steve Martin was pretty good too. All right. Steve Martin. He wasn't he's not in the same league with Billy Christmas. They stand alone Oscar host. He's done it a few times. Absolutely. Absolutely. Do you have a tuxedo? Because you have to have a tuxedo to host the Oscars. Should we get up a collection and help Jim Reno tuxedo? Has anyone ever got what are they? What's the name of that place that does tuxedo rental? Like men's warehouse? Has anyone ever gotten the men's warehouse and said, yeah, I'm ready. I need to write a text here. It won't be back till next week. We need it back. Well, I'm hosting the Oscars. 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 here tomorrow..

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"mark godfrey" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:21 min | 7 months ago

"mark godfrey" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"No comparison here, but let's just check in with you down in Tuscaloosa helping Mark Godfrey celebrate his 20 year reunion for the ACC championship they want. You know, I don't know why I didn't get invited. I'm rather hurt. Right. What made a few years back during his reign that you and his wife had a little spad or something she attacked you at a game or something? Yes. I think it was about maybe been the year he got fired. I can't remember. I think it wasn't a year he got fired. It was at the auburn Alabama basketball game. I was down there at the scores table on press row. And I was looking at my phone. All of a sudden this woman screaming at me and wailing and I finally stood up and Elizabeth gottfried is a very tall striking woman and she proceeded for 15 minutes. And I was like, I must say I was thinking to myself, I wonder if anybody has noticed this because I mean, I wouldn't say it was physical, but it was as close to being physical because I mean, she was in my face, it turned out when I got back, I came back to my chair a few minutes later, I realized the entire place was watching it. I mean, I started getting text after text after text. It became, I was not going to say anything about it, but then somebody called in the jock show that the next morning on the Monday morning, it was a Saturday afternoon and it became quite a cause celeb, and yeah, again, I felt awkward about it. I didn't want to make things worse than it was. It got fired. There were a lot of issues out there with his wife as you will remember. It was pretty crazy. I made a comment on Twitter and had a guy way and really attacked me, but about the way Alabama employed this past Wednesday night and made the comment maybe that Mark garford leave us the game plan for that. For the way we played or whatnot and he was, you know, he kind of got a little bitter, it was like, well, you need to think, he took us further than anybody's ever taken this and I thought, well, he had the talent to go deep in the tournament year in year out and it was just a little bit too soft of a coach of Mars. Yeah, I think it was 2002. I may be off it. He had the most unique year. Whatever year it was, Alabama was number one in the country in December. They lost the next game to Utah. And I'm telling you what, they, they didn't, they made the NCAA tournament by a hair. I mean, they were almost the first team in history to be number one in the season and not make the tournament. I mean, they fell apart that badly. Right. Oh goodness. Didn't they lose the Syracuse? They didn't lose the Syracuse that year? Yeah. Well, the year, I don't remember which year it was. Yeah, they were the year they went to the elite 8. They beat Syracuse from the sweet 16. And then lost to UConn in the final in the elite 8. Right. Right. Okay, you're right. What were you talking about? Really good to hear from you. Okay, we got another hour and 15 minutes a couple of guests in the final hour. So I would encourage you to get it out if you want to make a call. We'll get you in, but it'll be a little faster if you call now because we are going to be we're going to start loading some guests in here in just a few minutes. Phone lines are open at 855-242-7285. We are taking your calls on a Friday afternoon. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hey, welcome to first take her take. I'm Charlie Arnold. And I'm Kimberly a Martin. And I'm a donkey. Also known as Elton Kennedy. This podcast gives you a little bit of everything. We talk about our lives, both personally and professionally, we dissect the biggest stories in pop culture, and of course, we give you our unfiltered sports opinions, so listen to us every Wednesday wherever you get your podcasts. We are back here on a Friday afternoon and really looking forward to talking to Wes Rucker covers the Tennessee. West, thanks for the time. So much going on. Big game this weekend, of course, with Arkansas, but that really wasn't the story of the week. It had to do with ziegler, the young freshman from New York who was dealt such a tragedy and it was just so inspirational, as I'm sure everyone in Knoxville has been talking about to see people step up and really make a difference. Yeah, Paul, it's good to talk to you as always. There are so many things in our world right now that kind of give you pause and give you grief and just worry about all these things. But to see something actually good going on, it can be quite refreshing and ziegler of all people, this young man. I mean, he's the shortest scholarship player in his head since 1979. He's a kid from New York who's kind of had a hard Scrabble upbringing, I want to stress that he was never homeless, but his family had to bounce around a little bit. He's got a small nephew with some special need stuff and this kid has just done, he came out of nowhere as a prospect late to get this final year in school, came to Tennessee, no one knew who he was. He looked like somebody's kid brother walking in and he says, no, I'm a good player. And he goes out there and he plays well and he's just talk of the SEC for a little bit there. And then his family's home burns down last weekend there in Queens and just another really, really tough break for that family. And they've asked for $50,000 in the GoFundMe and they closed it now at 360,000 plus. So it's been it's been quite a nice story and I think his family is trying to move down here now. Get out of the big city and it's just it's been a nice thing to see really. Yes, we had him on a couple of weeks ago and he told the story about being recruited. I just assume, here we got to your typical 5 star recruit and I couldn't believe his story. Let me ask you, what happened? I mean, I know people want to help out, but describe how this thing unfolded from trying to raise a reasonable amount of money to that much. Well, you know, started polling when people hard what had happened, you have to understand, first off, if you bend a thousand Boeing arena at any point this season, you can tell how much this fan base loves this kid. I mean, he doesn't start, but when he comes off the bench, he gets our innovation as well as any starter. Does he is a beloved player already? I think it's because it may be people kind of see some of themselves and him think. I'm not 6 foot, 9 either, but look what I can do. And he's kind of a little wizard. And so people have taken to this kid very quickly. And then when they heard the news, all of a sudden, Tennessee's social media feeds and everything or didn't inundated with requests for how can we help this kid? How can we help this kid in Tennessee had to go through a couple of us who covered team and ask us to kind of put it on blast out there that they were going to organize something the next day. So it could all come to one central feed..

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"mark godfrey" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"mark godfrey" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"In a sense, both more surreal but also, you know, she was looking as she says that everything that was happening in America. And so the first room is also very much about refusal. There are these kind of walls of opposition with white men in ties and staring at you or the neighbors is another painting where you have all these people staring at you. So there is a sense of refusal and opposition that is very strong in those works. Which obviously were born in the context of the civil rights movement and that also told the story there was our first experience of refusal famously around that time she tried to become a part of spiral. The collective that normal use was a part of the beard and was a part of and she was treated somewhat condescendingly by these all male group and so her experience of refusal also had a lot to do with being a woman and that clearly marked her politics and her work from that moment on. There's a really interesting point in the catalog where Mark Godfrey talks about that moment where beard and writes to her and effectively tells her that she needs to develop a kind of style where the eye follows through the composition, et cetera. And Mark argues that even though she was crashed as he put it, in some ways, it inspired her to sort of in a way respond to beard and by developing her work, in spite of the criticism, rather than taking it too much to heart. Yeah, I mean, one could probably write the history of contemporary art from the lessons learned by refusal. Now, if you think Duchamp builds it, builds history of 20th century art because he's asked to remove a painting. So I'm sure that lesson was tough and at the same time had a tremendous impact on faith's work. But, you know, the great news which I think actually informs career and she says, this match also in the interview in the catalog she says that matching in her biography, every time somebody told her that she couldn't do it, or she was not able to do it. That was actually a reason for her to go out and do it. So I'm sure that refusal pushes her to join spectrum with she's another collective gallery, not a whole black collective gallery like spiral, and that's where she makes the murals. Their refusal informs her position as a feminist. She says also as explicitly at the end of the day, 60s when she started demonstrating at museums and we have a wonderful gallery with amazing betweens of documents that my colleague, Madeleine wise were put together. Which collects press releases, flyers, speeches and, you know, she was literally counting how many black artists or many women artists were in the shows..

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"mark godfrey" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

07:06 min | 10 months ago

"mark godfrey" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"The idea that we'd be wearing masks around I wasn't thinking about that. And now we know a lot more about that. So and I'm okay with if the NCAA or by extension, the conferences or individual schools want to have rules in place or protocols in place that are going to encourage people to get vaccinated, which I happen to believe is the right thing. Then I think that's a good thing. As long as it's not, you know, sort of some Byzantine system where you're just making it difficult on somebody for difficult sake it should make sense based upon their status. And I'm okay with that because, you know, look, I'm not going to get into political argument about all this stuff, but science is a science. I mean, if you're vaccinated, you're less likely to take on the viral load that you're going to get sick or that you're going to transmit it. There can be breakthrough infections, but the overwhelming majority of this is from the unvaccinated. And that's those aren't like kind of opinions. Those are those are facts. And we need to operate on facts. Yeah, look, I totally 100% agree with you. And I also think we got to understand. This is actually out of the NCAA's jurisdiction. It's going to have to be within the conference and institution because he actually, when it comes to actual games and eligibility and eligibility, when it comes to this, would be their job is to basically oversee championships. In terms of yeah, but I think they can, I haven't looked into the idea of whether they can put health and safety protocols on all their member institutions. But I believe they can. If they wanted to. I don't think this would now look could the school's balk at it. I think they could say, okay, in order to play, you have to satisfy these particular protocols. I actually think that now they may not want to do that because it also has their own protocols that override exactly. But I think they could. Another lawsuit. So, I mean, but the biggest thing is I hope that we're learning to live with this virus. Part of the way to learn the virus obviously is if you're vaccinated, you have a blanket of security that you feel better about, obviously, living your life in a manner in which we're custom living our lives. So I just hope that we come up with something that is obviously safe and in the best welfare of all people involved, we're going to have games cancer. We understand that, but hopefully that they'll have an opportunity rescheduled in the conferences. We'll look at them and say, wait a second. These aren't forfeits. What is a forfeit? A forfeit is does it fit under the umbrella of someone basically getting a virus that you have no control over? So unless that's kind of the issue like vaccine. Even just on the forfeit thing, which I think, you know, most people could agree, at least we start from the same starting blocks on this sort of mentally, but on a on a forfeit, like what's the committee going to do with that? Are they going to say they're going to say it's a game I play? So what's the point? Exactly. So what's the point? Like you're going to give somebody, you know, so Rick Barnes gets another win on his on his permanent record or something and penny Hardaway takes a lot. It doesn't make any sense. The game wasn't played. Let's not do this crap. Hey, one other thing while I'm thinking about it, you know, the news came out recently on NC state. Did you see that? Yep, sure did. So NC state, you know, an assistant coach gets a show cause, head coach gets a show cause university gets a little bit of probation, a basketball program, whatever it is. And then but no postseason band. So so far, I mean, I had to look to make sure they weren't talking about 1970, given how long these damn cases take. But that was all over the Dennis Smith thing. But so so far recently we've had NC state South Carolina and auburn. None of whom got a postseason ban. And Oklahoma state gets one. And we're supposed to we're supposed to as reasonable people saying, yeah, this makes sense. Oklahoma state was the least culpable and the most cooperative. Least culpable, most cooperative and gotta postseason band. And when you think they gave him that band because they didn't self imposed like South Carolina and auburn did a year in advance like auburn, which I don't think is right and I'll say it right to Bruce when he gets online. I mean, I don't think you should if you are accused of an NCA violation in terms of self imposing and saying, all right, we'll do this. Well, they self imposed last year on a team that wasn't going to go to the incident by tournament. But they did self impose and they imposed some scholarship restrictions and recruiting day restrictions and other things. I don't think you should be able to do that. You cooperate. And that's why you have these committees that oversee violations. I think Oklahoma state has a legitimate argument, except that they said, you know, we're playing in the incident by tournament. We're going to appeal it so that we can keep this team alive now personally. I don't think I think if you take appropriate actions as an institution, even though you've committed, say, a major violation, which will no longer be major violations with the direction that we're going with NIL and other things. But here's what I think they should do. I think all these schools that get it after the fact that gets suspensions and NCAA bands, that's ridiculous. You know where you hit universities? If you want to get their attention, you hit them in the pocketbook. So like if they have a major violation, all right? And you're not going to obviously put a penalty the players that are there had nothing to do with it that happened years ago. You hit him with a million to $2 million fine. That'll get people's attention. Yeah. I'll get people's attention. And to me, like, a $5000 fine, and I'm really happy for Kevin keats because he can move on and hopefully have a better opportunity to rebuild. Because that whole idea of the independent investigation is hanging over all these programs. So what we've seen, Oklahoma state gets a ban. Auburn doesn't get a band. They self imposed a year before. NCC doesn't get a van. They get a $5000 fine Mark Godfrey gets a.

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"mark godfrey" Discussed on Titus & Tate

Titus & Tate

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"mark godfrey" Discussed on Titus & Tate

"We we just have. One of them is not like the guys that are so. I mean this has been going on. For as as as long as college basketball's existed there have been there have been villains and heroes and all that very like bob knight is like a caricature of ville of a yes. No if you're running a hero. He was a hero in the long enough to see himself. Become the villain. Yeah but like the rest of america. The guys is a village. Like if you're writing a w type script for college basketball you would have bob knight dean smith on opposite sides. Dean smith like john sina hulk hogan each vitamins I'd be a good person. And bob knight is just an asshole. He'll continue to throw it. He will throw at your at your hit you with jerry that continues today with with The characters we have the sport. I love it. Gotta love it and so good. Who is i mean. I guess coach gays obviously the right answer coach k. Is is the the the big time he'll if you're booking wrestlemainia of college basketball you need the number one good guy and the number one bad guy right now as it stands september ten twenty twenty one. Who's headlining wrestlemainia. The two coaches that are way does the will wade. He's like the undercard he's like the be plus two year. He's yeah he's trying to make him and everyone's like. I don't think they're trying to push into the future of college basketball. He'll but yeah he's not there yet k. Right yeah i think it's i think it's cavers him you but i think yeah few me i know you might be few might be knocked over the. I think i think it's coach. Cavers like west miller. You know what. I mean like i. It's like What's headlining headline. Might be tony bennett. Tony bennett j. It's probably the obvious answer right tony. Tony verse coach gays. Pretty good vs. Tony tony agrees. Though you know what. I mean by tony. Also i also don't think jay like as much as everyone hates him and terms of like you know like the average college basketball fan hates do can whatever kind of played out now like coach k.'s. Like almost two. He's like two dollars. We almost like him now. At disney appeal appeal of wrestling is at the guys who are heels and you could be brain dead still. Pick up on like whether this guy's supposed to be a good guy or bad guy and coach k. Wants you to think he's a good guy. You know what. I mean like you. So he liked. Here's the lines. It makes it. So i feel like the. He'll would be like someone who is just like so flagrantly. I don't care that you hate me. Keep boo rick stands very like mark. Alexander marcotte free facts old crozier cincinnati. Cronin is perfect. I need your booze. Mark godfrey love your booze and more weather. Get bring me those news is. That's just the way to get back in college basketball. That'd be amazing. We have no update on that by the way like i checked in. Yeah don't asterix ono's by the way you You mentioned Who's the guy shading sharp that distribution kentucky so i. I'm sorry. I'm a broken record about this complain about ad nauseam and i will continue to do so because this is this is one of the the the thanks plaguing. The sport is every single guys. A number one recruit in the country And i go to twenty four seven to see if they that has become the thing right. They were rivals. Twenty four seven was rivals. And now it's the scout our scout whatever it is That seems to be the one that people like that. That's where the crystal balls exists crystal balls rights for twenty four seven We love cristobal's we love her work And so we go there. And that's that's that's the source. I use Shane sharpe is number. Four on their twenty twenty. That that's what i'm saying. He they but kentucky said he's number one and they are celebrating him as number one as the number one recruit and i. I saw that too. And i was like i was so confused because amani bates was the number one guidance class than he reclassifies amari. Bailey's the number one guy now and then. Shane sharked midst kentucky. Now he's number one and this this goes on and on and on give you another number one. Yeah i see derek lively. Who's number two on. Twenty four seven he He's a heavy kentucky lane. He's center big from from pennsylvania He's number two seven foot one. It says one hundred percent crystal balls says one hundred percent kentucky is not good. He has not committed yet. He's he's warm kentucky and duke and carolina and michigan This guy is going to commit to kentucky. We're going to get the exact same thing that kentucky has got to number one recruits. Got the for the first time ever kentucky class and that's the final light he goes to three billion it'd be contracts that to number one but By the way. I went to what i originally went to. Twenty four seven to check.

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"mark godfrey" Discussed on Momus: The Podcast

Momus: The Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"mark godfrey" Discussed on Momus: The Podcast

"The end of last month, so that's referred to September when this was published. With the presidential election just weeks away, critics at The New York Times and The Washington Post fired off vigorous enunciations of censorship, decrying actions akin to those of Nazi Germany and stalinist Russia. The outrage soon spread to Twitter. Thomas chatterton Williams all through the infamous Harper's letter, objected that, quote, creators are being pre canceled. While the intercepts Ryan grim blamed and quote element of the left for the whole shameful affair. The real October surprise, it seems, is that there are quite a lot of Philip guston super fans from art critics to cultural commentators to political journalists and they are super mad that the artist's retrospective only the third since his death in 1980 has been postponed. Yes, Philip guston, whose cartoonish figures, knobbly and Harry, clutching and sucking it cigarettes and a palette of Bloodshot pinks and reds are instantly recognizable whose paintings can be found in the collections of every major American museum in quite a few international ones. Whose work is currently on view in New York alone at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney museum of American art. Philip guston now, the ironically titled exhibition in question was originally scheduled to open this June at the National Gallery of art in Washington, D.C., and then traveled to three more museums. Tate modern in London, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, before COVID-19 forced a year's deferral. In late September, the four institutions released a joint statement announcing a further three year delay. Quote, we feel it is necessary to reframe our programming and bring an additional perspectives and voices to shape how we present gustin's work to our public. Although unmentioned in the press release at issue were a number of paintings that depict the Ku Klux Klan in the artist's usual darkly comic style, as well as more realistic drawings of lynchings, which reportedly led to objections from staff. The National Gallery's director, Kate win Feldman, who, like all four museum directors, is white. Later explained in an interview, quote, because gustin appropriated images of black trauma, the show needs to be about more than gustin, an exhibition with such strong commentary on race can not be done by all white curators. The reaction was fast and fusty in. Tate modern's own curator on the project, Mark Godfrey, posted an extended Instagram statement, taking issue with the postponement, which he called, quote, extremely patronizing to viewers. Next, an open letter demanding the show's immediate reinstatement was published in the Brooklyn rail, signed by more than 90 prominent artists, art historians, art critics, and art dealers. A Google Doc is still collecting signatures, which now number close to 3000. Quote, museums must engage in a reckoning with history,.

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"mark godfrey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"mark godfrey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"But Williams joins us on sports byline former point guard who played thirteen seasons in NBA after being drafted in the second round by the Utah Jazz he his college ball at the University of Alabama and after two seasons, he jumped in the NBA and was selected in the second round. He won an NBA championship with the cavs in two thousand sixteen when they came from behind beat the warriors in seven games and Mo- I. Guess I really have to say I'm looking forward to reading your forthcoming book where to eat and Utah Milwaukee. LA OR MINNESOTA AND CHARLOTTE Right let's go back to word all started taking me back to growing up Jackson Mississippi. Harrison, you know the name of few a couple in. is one of my. All time favorite players I looked up to coming up you'll be surprised how much. had. Effect on my life along with Lindsay Harvey and his little brother. Tommy on the rest in peace was teammates and schools, and I had the luxury of training with landed. When he was in the NBA gave me a lot of insight on. You know what I need to do to be successful in Sport game a lot of motivation onto someone from this little town city. Jackson. Mississippi. Can make it somewhere and did you gravitate to that sport well I live, it may sound. I was baseball player I grew up playing baseball started playing baseball when I was four years ago and started playing basketball that I was nine. And I play baseball all the way through. Know, my youth, and even my teenage years through high school I stopped playing until I went to college and I had multiple. Scholarship office wealth I could have played both in our. Bama was one of them but I tell to choose one sport that time to focus on I didn't WanNa, do a Bo Jackson They would say baseball's my sport. You know there's something special about the summer game I've talked to a lot of athletes that played in the inner city in New York Adelphia Chicago and I always love to hear their thoughts about playing in the middle of the summer when it's ninety five degrees, ninety five percent relative humidity and there's ten guys. Of. My back pocket was full of sunflower seeds and I just I it didn't bother me at. All right. My parents. It'd be a totally different answer but me I I enjoyed it. What did? Play ground game do as far as kind of bringing you along. In basketball because the attitude playing basketball at on the playgrounds is a little bit different is and being able to develop your game with something they're kind of drop kicked in started their start. Their careers. In the right direction. You know that that's that's that's a a loss. You know our of key has gone up and developing. You know they don't do that anymore. But that's we did what? What that day was created toughness 'cause if he was on the playground, you know it's not like today where when you watch kids play, they're they're playing against their age group you know they're just put in age group the. Different was back then penalty playground. You may be planning against Rome and he may be smelling like a twelve pack up here. But that that that got the twelve pack of Beer. He's the best player on the playground and he's about ten or twelve years older than everybody else and you get no files and it's concrete. You know. So you develop a sense of toughness of a sense of. Of You know how to How To? Get visas, sessile. When someone in front of you may be stronger maybe older maybe live figure out a way to you know to beat them and you learn from them. You see how they're doing that you. Were there slower to hold or can't jump as high and you figure outlive tactics you know that you can use even when you're young. One of the things I. Always wondered about and you know this as well as I do no matter where that playground is in the country, there's always gonna be those kids that are just great. I remember talking to Chris Mullin about this and Al adults about this and I said, hey, you know there was helicopter Herman and there were others like that were. Break, but they never made it to the NBA. Y. You mean by that. Well for one, you know playground basketball is basically mono just model is meet against you. You know they are clearing out and go one on one. You know there's no, there's no back screens there's no reading this reading that it's a lot of reading reacting you. It's a High Iq gang and when you plan in the system, you gotTa have IQ because that's my scalp getting involved. I know what you can do. I know what you can't do I know what I'm trying to make you do. So when you know when someone trying to make you do something you want to, you know take what they can. Do the best on the playground you're just playing basketball. You know is the toughest guy usually on the playground but I. It's totally different. It's a total different ballgame. You gotta understand what the other opponents trying to get accomplished and you gotta figure out a way I q is to develop a something in your mind to stop those doing what did Mark Godfrey did Alabama your coach there take your game to what did he do about finishing off the MO Williams Game Well for one, he's my story will always do you know father figure? Great. Friend of mine He's done everything for me. he from day one when I was sixteen years old sixteen year old when he started recruiting for one he never liked him. He told me what was going to do for me obviously, and that's why cheap ingredients that he gave me. I had a lot of confidence though when I got there in time I left that also you. Just my my confidence on on another level I. Felt like I was best player in the world nobody stopped me nobody call me I couldn't. GET ANYTHING ACCOMPLISHED I want it, and that's all I needed along with just how to play the game and you know you know on the next level, high schools and colleges to- towards two total different ballgame. So you've got me prepare to be wrong. I mentioned that after two years you decided to test the NBA and I know that's always a struggle for a kid tell me the thought process for you to make that decision to go to the NBA make yourself available for the NBA. Well for one I you know I thought I was ready. Pair at Alabama to you know guys say for you know a lot of different reasons mine was was financial. You know my parents and I I had I had My son, which is a sophomore at Alabama. Now, he was a baby. He's about three or four years old at tile overall pick now, if somebody is drafted in.

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"mark godfrey" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"mark godfrey" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Well that is Alabama and J. T. by the way I want to congratulate mo Williams do basketball coach at the Alabama state you remember Molly was with Crimson Tide played for couple of years before he went into the NBA he was a second round draft pick in two thousand three most recently he was under is a coach at Alabama mark Godfrey over cal state so what yeah a good to have him back at an Alabama state I I know the Hornets are fired up about this yeah congradulations mo Williams after coming back to Alabama get a pretty good gig there nice job well as you know we always get these robo calls I get a ton of them email scams out tech scams too it's just outrageous how this is happening everybody's wanting the identity right Google search scans as well and now you got to watch out for these third party stimulus check scams man I tell you what let's start with that one because there's a bunch of here to kind of go real quickly for you scammers a come up with the their own stimulus check programs claiming that they can give you additional money along with the government I'll send you letters in the mail put pamphlets on your car once again I think the general rule is if you are approached me fly should get retired up if you think it's real then you initiate the call back to the people that say that the you know they're they're doing this not necessarily calling the big eight hundred number that's on the flyer that's left on your windshield but for instance if you get it third party stimulus check notice you know in your mail or if you get on your windshield don't call that number back it's going right back to the people that develop scam right so call the IRS or you know go online and see what's going on for real don't do it they also suggest you know only believe in the stimulus check programs announced by the government reported by reputable news outlets if you can't find it reported by reputable news outlets it's a scandal if you encounter a corona virus scam yeah absolutely you should contact law enforcement they wanted to do that because obviously this is front and center for everybody right now everybody's anxious to get that money and of course people are gonna be jumping on this so called the cops and let him know file a complaint with the FTC for for for more information you can always go you know to the IRS website and by the way that's where you can check to see where your stimulus check estimate was check is if you haven't got it yet also go on on scammers gonna be pretending to be the IRS or federal governments by emailing or texting you these links as well same thing applies if you get approached thank you contact the organization that you think is sending it to you to see if it's real identity theft scams if you haven't received that stimulus check yet official IRS website says otherwise it could be possible that you are a victim of identity theft this means the scammers found a way to steal your information like your social security number and has claimed your stimulus check for themselves how to avoid it if you believe you've been a victim of this kind of fraud you can report it at the IRS in in just contact them and let them know that Hey I've got some concerns here what's the deal so yeah just be aware of it if it sounds like it's too good to be true probably is and if you want to find out more about it you know get a hold of the official people at the organization that that you think is trying to contact you well I know this wasn't exactly a traditional mother's day but this guy went ahead and made it so much worse this is just too good that you can't make this stuff up here thirty seven year old guy named Thomas from Maine did the following things on mother's day none of which I'd imagine is mom was on board with first in order of probably how it alters your went down number one he did a bunch of drugs number two he stripped naked number three he stole his mom's car not off to a good start right it gets better number four he got into a high speed police chase that ended when he jumped out of a moving car in a church parking lot they did of course and high on drugs is not forget what do you do next ran right into the church naked it was hosting a drive up service at the time you are managing all look good that way you honey and then six yes he was arrested inside the church after he got into a fight with the cops yeah he's facing several charges no well why why do I never get to witness these crazy things go down I I being that is good stuff right there John decker is gonna join us next from the White House approx correspondent the update on what's happening with the Supreme Court going over trump's financials and Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort's got a couple of cases that are not over yet details for minutes Alabama's morning news New York the NBA is pushed back the possible re opening date of some team practice facilities for at least a week until may eighth at the earliest saying Monday the extra time was needed in part to make sure player training options would be safe and controlled in an effort to try to mitigate threats caused by the corona virus pandemic the NFL is open to playing a later Super Bowl or limited in the Pro Bowl up to twenty twenty season is delayed sports business journal reports that the league has discussed many different alternatives including pushing the Super Bowl date back from February seventh to February twenty eighth eliminating bye weeks is also an option the Los Angeles Lakers have repaid a loan of roughly four point six million dollars from corona virus business relief funds after learning the program had been depleted the Lakers request was actually granted in the first round of distribution but after the fun ran out of money in less than two weeks the team returned its loan that's sports I'm Seth Everett I heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss help change is inevitable many things happening one thing that it's been most constant about all of it has been changed and nothing's been the same nothing stays the same and whether it be working with the same people are are not I mean because most of the guys who work with me again with me the whole time and that includes even the people in technical in the studio and everything but nothing stays the same and you know anyone expects it to this is mad and please to get the head check because it's not even if you try to keep things the same and never will keep listening to I heart radio for more rain and Adam and all your favorite artists forty states have begun re opening as a covert nineteen pandemic continues but it's still unclear in many what school will look like in September in New York City the nation's coronavirus epicenter there's a push for hybrid learning what it will be in person audit will be remote that's what Michael Mulgrew president of the United federation of teachers says makes sense while corona virus remains an issue especially while pediatricians keep an eye on the Kawasaki like disease linked to covert nineteen that's claimed the lives of five children in New York and said ninety three to the hospital Israel's prime minister is proposing microchipping children to help fight covert nineteen one schools are reopened Benjamin Netanyahu's idea is to put sensors in kids that sound an alarm if they come within two meters of each other the notion is getting a lot of pushback from legal and tech experts health updates Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio.

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"mark godfrey" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"mark godfrey" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"I'll be told when they could make sure people died could have been it could bring the dog is chance that the when one so I'll tell you it is it's just devastating something like that to happen coach Tom let me ask you a question how odd I do not wish to be a little point guard you had I think it's the second year of my hi it's easy what's his name point guard for R. C. sun well now the Kerry brown no no no no no no Roger is the logic Elijah Harkless yes yes so you DM me the other day was talking he's come up missing me I I miss you guys I was I went down there kind of volunteer and just to kind of see coach last year Steve all would see said they had what you had about eight freshman last year wasn't a coach yeah yeah M. S. N. dot net we went down we went out Radhika who we go a lot you're arguably thirty on that knowledge is really good Steve well a lot of people don't know the coach Jerry very much don't fall Volvo coach Godfrey to course you tutored under coach Eric and and keeping busy coaching I mean is it something you just can't get out of your system right coach ominous opportunity for you to still be very much a part of the game well mark got the job and I can you figure mark Godfrey living in Raleigh North Carolina getting a job in Northridge one analyst for miles yeah we said come on out and help us so you know I've been retired a while and for okay we got a lot of fun with the kids is your name throughout Gomez led the nation in style shooting and and all league player really good player and they had they had done very well on this two years ago they didn't even make the tournament and this year we got second and we have won four straight away again ourselves thinking about us we're really playing well get ready here we were on the bus the all new bus driving the Honda center to play the game well our first round in the tournament we got the call this is it is it been canceled when we're playing well really thought we had a good chance to win the tournament but I'm sure there are a lot of people thought they had a chance to win it so I'm I'm a believer and I don't know what it is about our culture given that I don't think anybody would have known what was and wasn't for culture and you know there's there's and and not to not to demeaning the people from Karnataka you to help me out like Ludlow into Marquardt meeting girls and guys but you know coach Eric for media Max good culture to me those two guys are guys that man that believed in me the end of a certain philosophies about how you live your life that I got from them and I you know I coaches he's he's you know he's that father died you know I had I have fathers but he was just a father when I was on the court he kept my mind calm as crazy as I was as a person and you know when he came when when he came to see some I knew those can I was telling lies are some of those guys I'm a you guys would be okay I'm telling you because I don't know what it is what whatever kind of thing he sprinkles in the air but success always comes his way and you can see that they're building over here in the Northridge go well we can be really really good next year but you never know the landscape because kids run and changing transfer transfer for SO you you really don't know what the landscape is going to be right now but we're have a lot of fun out there coach I know winning the championship in nineteen ninety five it's got to be your highlight but I've I've always said the greatest job you did was that first year at Rhode Island we could Tino on that team to get that team to the elite eight when nobody thought that was even possible and then unfortunately the suffered that loss to Stanford and that'll lead a game not that I want to re live this painful moment for good teen but I gotta ask you just about that season in general when you look back on your coaching career what that first year at Rhode Island meant to you that was one of the magical years I've ever had a coaching one for women and national championship that might be the best year I've ever had in Sochi yeah it was just it was just really magical I you know no one expected anything and that yeah I went to the fall meeting of the agents coaches and and they picked the top fifteen players not laden container wouldn't even that when they end up being the MVP of the whole way and yeah we go take him to Philadelphia we open the Apollo the temple's new stadium and I was really scared of taking my dad back home to perform front to be family and friends of things and he just goes in there lays thirty on you know you know Steve I'll tell you something you gotta be lucky and and we were lucky a we've been lucky we've been unlucky of awesome games once in games but if when he got a bounce of the ball and it stands for game I got to the final four if you know moblie thought and I can't dispute in any event he was the best player in the country and and he was going to put this team on his shoulders and lead him to a national championship and you know what he could have done that but you gotta be your own boss got about your way the way that we really had a chance and it was it was great it was a great ride you know it's funny that I appreciate that coach is funny it's like I was you know it it's it's funny kind of like this virus Steve Roach on the end and ended the administration of this country I say again dropped the ball and it's kind of like leading us to the stepfather leading their children and not to demean people in the United States America like their children and Donald trump's the father but just the person that you look forward to like when it was Obama in a situation that would happen he we keep you calm and I think for me and said that you know it's it's kind of like growing up and you don't have that figure of that oracle or that calm this to be able to help you do your process of it and what this what we're going to win it as Americans right now what we there's no way answer and we were rattled and we're free up here or whatever but when I was playing coaches stand is that I didn't just like myself I had the backing of a generic I had the backing of my stepfather at the back of my father and Alvin Williams and his father I haven't seen you in a lot of fathers that are out there that supported me and knew how good I was I think when you had that type of confidence then you can truly bring whatever is asking you out of you and I think generic for me just for me all did that for me and and I you know I psych myself into playing like saying to myself like I don't care about Paul Pierce I don't care about anyone but I think I'm the best in this you know I think I'm the best in this tournament and I'm going to try to prove it and like coach said sometimes the balls don't bounce your way that doesn't mean that you know you you're not you know at the highest level whatever it is but you know I I that was one of the best moments of my life I wish I could relive it but you know it's just what it is thank you Adam that official still got there was a large okay I got I got into one of my favorite moments so coaches first year at Georgia so I was I went to Atlanta the cover the Superbowl the rams Titans Superbowl and we're looking at the schedule and Georgia had a home game against Kentucky on the Wednesday before the Superbowl and so we just got the car we just drove on an ounce from Atlanta to Athens so it's about half time in this game and there's no security like we literally just walk into the arena of Philly Billy Warren dell and I walk into the arena so after the game coach does a little post game show any just sitting there court side at worst skinny like three rows up in these empty stands is scary madam and all the city looked at me go what are you guys doing here Matt o'donnell really show a couple weeks ago I know you were he told me about that coach absolutely there we had a dog a dog did Tyson Wheeler and throws the Murphy this week yeah and you I faced some Tyson yesterday because he wants sizes he's living the dream is like to wear with two hours away from Boston he's two hours away from New York he lives off five point six acre Steve coach and he sends me a picture from Pinterest that he wants to build the gym right now in in like a half court Jim in his house and I'm like oh that that's amazing I want to build that around my house because I'm sitting on two acres of land within hills so you know we were just talking about that but I remember one time funny I forget what kid it was a little kid it was we were in the gym and this kid we kid was it I have no clue but coach said he stopped the practice she said son he said listen to me he's he said you might not be the fastest you might not be as strong as you might not be the tallest what is one thing all of us can do that's file and you're not even going to go that is great so we're going to start well coach we love you take care it is great to catch up with you we're gonna have to do this more of cat and I do a lot of shows we could always spend a little time with coach Eric and anytime a coach we love you take care of yourself and I will talk to you down the line love your call all right we go back a long way to go take care yourself well done great dogs love you coach all right love you marry there we go the great Jim Harrick join is right there all right where the guy go Fox Sports radio studios are going to come back till recap of that coming up next sports radio.

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