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"marty smith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Some down time waiting for the cameras to set up or whatever and we got onto the eagles and he. He went fifteen twenty minutes on on his favourite eagles music. And i which was clearly my era and it was like i. I'm talking to nick. Saban about the eagles. What's your favorite eagles. So one of these nights. It's great man. They're also they're like when you are a band that is timeless for a half century like that and it's just as good right now as it was back. Then what a remarkable legacy and the talent. I mean you just lay out the names of the talent. It's i'm curious though. Because i know how close you are a couple of guys you country and when you're with these guys and we're talking famous names what are you talking about. We talk about all kinds of different things. It depends on who the individually is but a couple of them with whom. I'm very close. We talk about eric. Church did the forward to marty's book. Low that man. He's had such an amazing influence on my life and inspired me in ways. Very few people have just his dogged determination unwillingness to pander and be exactly who he is labels opinions be damned. I me this is the music. I'm gonna make this way. I'm going to do it. And i'm not gonna waiver. Learned a lot from him and been inspired by that but like i was just with him a couple of weeks ago and i love to learn his perspectives on business. He just started a new tower. And it's a whole new thing. He's now in what they call around. Basically there's a circle stage in the middle of the arena and he plays all four sides of it which is an exhausting prospect. He placed thirty eight forty. He hit the opening night in rupp arena. He played forty five songs. Played almost four hours. The next night is when laney. And i saw him in columbus. When you and lift gainesville. I went on to make because we were about an hour and a half late. We walked in about when he was starting so he played thirty eight songs at night. I mean it's a track. Meet man. And i just love learning how to negotiate that how he coordinates set lists. What's inspiring him as a writer. In that moment all of those things captivate me and you are bliss that we get to ask people questions for a living and i wear his tail and out him stapleton luke combs all those guys whereabout out. Because again i show i. I look into a camera sometimes sitting in a sterile room. You know we do what we do on saturdays. But i mean these guys they know when they're relating to the crowd and they i mean i i would say they would. They're devastated if they're not relating. That's correct there's an energy exchange that is it's this beautiful moment when you can see it and i love to watch like you take stapleton okay. In his shows now he will stop singing when when he singing the song fire away he will simply stop and let the people take over and they will put up their cell phones with their lights on and i was there probably saw about a month ago lane. He's going to see them tonight. In philly in cannon new jersey and he will stop seeing it and there's twenty five thousand people that are engaged in that moment. They're living in that moment. They're not on their phones. They're using their phones to light up the corralled and it's just beautiful energy that you just don't get everywhere every day unless you're them.
"marty smith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"They don't have a kennedy a boa. Who had a couple of big plays in that game from the tight end position. But the problem is i don't think they need that for alabama is with how dantonio drama is playing on the inside berlin anders on the outside and really their most important pieces snoop connor and jerry and ely. I mean they're so interchangeable in how they can attack you how they can line up. Matt corral is playing better than anybody in the entire country. He's unbelievable what using his eyes to look defenders off. It's going to be a tall task. Nick sabin have a great plan. But they're gonna give points and so the other side you ask. What did they learn from the florida game. I think what alabama learns. Is that florida setback in zone coverage they didn't blitz rice young you blitz. He's gonna hurt ya. He is so far beyond a freshman young quarterback that you can't bring pressure he'll make you pay so. They learned that they have to be able to play action. They have to go to run the football and play action to hit those shots. They didn't have a play longer than thirty hours on. Offense gets florida because florida just sat back and they said eventually you're going to make a mistake or you're going to get bored i think. That's what all missile do. But can they slow down run. We're talking to jordan rogers and enjoy. Let's go to flip it over to to bryce showing side of the ball and you saw them here last week. You saw them a couple of weeks ago You hear the talk show criticism. He doesn't move. Push the ball down the field. He doesn't run he. I know you're very high on him. But what would concern you in a game like this. Well i think he does push the ball downfield again. I think florida just said we're taking away and right you can't just A good quarter. He's not going to throw it into double coverage. So i mean you can't blame him for that. What the most important piece for them was jalil billions lee last week getting out of the doghouse. He was in the doghouse. I mean he was deep in the doghouse for a lot of reasons off the field. Nick sabin was alluding to that. But what you saw against other miss. I think what you'll see against. Ole miss is that they're gonna take away jameson williams and john right double cover them deep play over the top. Now you have a dynamic speedster tight end gelo billions. That's when those over routes opened up. That's when he becomes available in that fifteen to twenty five yard range so bryce young is so good at seeing the defense evaluating appre snap seen at po snap almost has got to be physical. They gotta hit them. They're gonna make it tough on him. You're not going to slow him down completely but you can make this a physical game. Get some hits on him. You might might be able to make a mistake. I'm not saying you're you're going to. That's the only way you're going to slow him down and in terms of. I think it was tim. Tebow came up here few minutes ago and talked about how he thinks. Everybody thinks we all got these random. You know we all know needs to grind it out are the alabama capable of everything. But how good are they doing that. Not great right. I mean they couldn't do it against florida florida's fronts better than ole miss but almost has some gritty players down there. Hal northerns player. Sam williams is playing at a high level as well. Quint givens down there. They got some players they need to grind it out. Yes but here would be my cautionary whatever you start to slow the game down. You better keep scoring. Yeah because all mess is like oh you want to slow the game. You want to give yourself less possessions. Great you know what i mean like. You gotta be careful with that you start to slow down too much almost going to hit you one or two times and then what happens if this is a one touch down ten point game in the first quarter and almost jumped out to a lead because you were grinding it out on the ground right now. How does bryce young play from behind a heck of a player. But he's got to be careful right. I mean your your your strength. Is your skill position talent. Still i think right so yes you can be physical but you still gotta find ways to get them the ball in space okay. We've we've talked Nearly nine minutes about this game and we could talk another ninety minutes but let me get a couple of quick thoughts on the game in athens. we had chris fowler on on the call. What what what. What's the key to this game. In terms of determining the winter yeah. I think it's going to be deep shots on both sides of the ball. If you look at arkansas they need to be able to take the shots to loosen up georgia front. But i will say my eyeballs are on georgia. Because i truly believe that we're going to find out if they are a national championship contending team or not. It's going to be based on the offense because arkansas is really good on defense. They're gonna do the same thing clemson did they're gonna play three safeties back. They're gonna they're gonna play over the top and they're going to say we're not gonna let you take those shots you're going to have to grind out this game in georgia didn't do that well. Their best player was bowers week. One against clemson because they couldn't get over the top and cannot wasn't there a game so they need to be able to hit some shots downfield if they can't. I think that i don't. I don't think they're contender. So i'm looking at georgia. I know you're defenses elite but ken this offense believe how has that question been answered. Go all the way back to last year. It hasn't oh they're good. They're good at times. They hit big plays against inferior defensive players and schemes and against really good defenses. They've just been okay. So this is a good defense and this is a scheme that can beat georgia offense now. Can arkansas score enough points. Because i don't think you're on the ball. Field is their strength either so that will determine who can hit a few big chunk. Plays through the air. And that'll tell me if georgia is a team that set up to actually make a legitimate run at it. We're not always great to have jordan on thank you jordan. Fantastic analysis over. She had a bone. I liked tyler. Look today let's go. I may just how. I love all four hundred and fifty ties i am. I need to borrow a few done. We are live in tuscaloosa. We have a long way to go. Greg burn the athletic director or drop by lara..
"marty smith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"In a small room with about one hundred and fifty people. This explaining lauren here next week. Pray for us. Please pray for and i. It was pretty stifling to to our crews credit they got your show on and they got to show their amazing paul. I wondered what it would be like for you to come here after. All of your really strong takes favoring alabama this week. Has anyone said anything. I don't think any of these people know that guys. He what did you say alabama's gonna win by three touchdown. I never said that. Oh i did not. I never said three touch guy. I said somewhere between two and three touchdowns yeah. I predicted this game. And i say a bunch of stuff during the week when i'm on shows like like laura gets i just throw stuff out but i very well he might you gotta tune in scc nation to find out. Paul paul is going to have calls pick at the end of the show last week. Your pick was pretty dramatic. You were right by the way arkansas one through that texas helmet. Here's the part that i'm uncomfortable with so it was a spur of the moment deal. I anyone who wants it knows it wasn't scripted doing. I also thought you weren't going to get the helmet off the manic. Yeah you're really strong here. I am in front of millions of people. And i'm like what if the helmet off. Wow on picking arkansas a big in texas. I'm picking george did was. I grabbed the for those who didn't see it. I don't know how you couldn't it's been it's viral. It's been everywhere. Fourteen four billion views. Absolutely aliens have seen it. I picked it up. And i threw a helmet. This is an official. I don't know what kind of a bad the university of texas was going to wear. That helmet yeah so you joke with me. I'm at the airport. The wasn't joking. And you said that's gonna cost you helped. Paul you're gonna have to pay for it. We have been invoice for that help. Get here today in. Gainesville this backstage at sec nation. And i find out that the university of texas yeah. It's through the university of texas which is worth more than saudi arabia. We've gotten very international here with some of sending us. A bill is yeah. Let's let's say that helmet. They've got it on. I just want to set this story up For those who missed it. End of the show. I make a prediction here. It is see. That's where i thought you weren't going to get it up. Oh you got it though. Good job paul and then boom oh okay. So so laura. I throw a helmet into a parking lot. Yeah how much. I'm not try. I mean i am so happy. The university of texas coming into the sec. We can't wait. And i've read that. May they may spend sixty or eighty million dollars to get out of there. You're paying for their health down today. You you you go ahead and tell. Tell the audience where you told me at our meeting. Yes so i mean. I asked about it because to me. This is the thing these are the things that entertain me as you. Well know anything. That's going to be funny with paul molin like where are we out on this helmet. Oh yeah we've been invoiced so that bill is going to now. Here's what i don't know. I don't know how much it costs like. A couple of hundred dollars. Yeah do you have that you want me to. I don't here's what. I don't understand so not to turn this into a clinical analysis like wall street week. The dow jones was up one hundred. The market's already closed today. We're good good okay. If i damaged that helmet by throwing it out what was going. What would have happened if texas offensive lineman had been wearing it as the arkansas razorbacks blew them. Paul savage savage. So basically what you're saying is you did them a service right. I don't know how someone of my physique. Paul throwing a helmet as eight feet now. I heard it did roll where it is it rolled. Why would the damage damage the helmet. Well so because here's here's what you don't realize you actually have brute strength you actually as much as it may look like. We have the same size arm. You are way stronger than what's actually put our arms together. I think the same size ears a reality. you're stronger than you realize. I've seen it when it comes to moving barricades with your bare hands and throwing helmets and by the way. We're gonna have to see what you do tomorrow. You may be actually wrestling with a gator later. You guys it's going to be great at the gator. Okay but anyway. I wanted to tell. I want to tell my friends at university of texas. I just said don't send. Espn two bill. Okay senate we out your ass. We don't want anyone to think. Espn in texas are in cahoots on anything. Oh send me the bill. And i will start a go fund me. Hey and i just donate a sneaking suspicion that from the state of arkansas we might get some donation we can raise the money walmart headquartered there. Tyson foods j. b. hunt trucking three fortune five hundred companies including the biggest retail company in the world. I think we're good. We're good by the way i'll put. I'll.
"marty smith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Great quarterback great pre snap. But he hasn't really been in a really adverse environment yet so that has to be a weapon because it will rally you a little bit as a quarterback and that has to be. Some florida leans into everyone talks about pumping and noise trying to simulate. Can you simulate this you can simulate. The noise and i was at an alabama practice last week where it was super loud. I mean it was annoyingly loud. i couldn't even have a conversation with cole cubelic standing next to me. But here's a thing. Noise and pressure are two different things. You can have noise at practice but it is absent of the pressure that a big moment brings here in the swamp. So florida has to simulate that noise but also they as a defense and as a team have to put pressure on bryce young so that that rattles him in some way right. It's not just noise. Noise by itself is nothing players deal with that all the time. it's all hand signals. It's not a big deal. The pressure that this defense and todd grantham puts on brace young has to accompany the noise. We spent all the time so far talking about this game. I want to zip through a couple of other games. Quickly We you can't. You can't simulate the white out either. What's auburn facing as they get off the bus and under that field tomorrow now. I mean it's it's a crazy environment and james franklin look he's really good at preparing his teams for the moment. You can have a lot of questions about how they've performed certain but he'll get his players ready and he'll have that environment ready. All eyes are going to be on bo knicks but would argue that. All the pressure is on mike. Bobo in a good way. Right because bo knicks has been bad on the road twelve of his thirteen career interceptions on the road. So mike bobo needs to make sure that bo knicks doesn't feel like he needs a throw on a superman cape to win this game. This game plan has to be centered around tank bixby muddy up this game. Make this a physical dirty football game. Make sure that bo knicks knows. I don't have to make these every crazy. Throw every pass. Play doesn't have to be a touchdown. He needs to play within the system in an order to do that. Mike bo was gonna make him comfortable. He's gotta had preached that all week and practice. He's gotta make sure that tank. Bixby is the focal point. Early to set the tone because otherwise bo knicks is going to get into a situation where he's going to make mistakes and if you make mistakes and turn the ball over there. That's how auburn loses game in athens. Carolina fans excited. They haven't been in a position like this in a while. They know they won their two years ago. What do they have to do to make this interesting tomorrow. Night is horn. Plan is miserable. Mclamb plan i think they're missing a few guys that really helped the last time they won that football game. Look this team and shane. Beamer has to just get a competitive fire outta this team because georgia's a much better football team georgia's gonna win this football game. Georgia has a lot of questions. South carolina needs to learn how to compete in these moments raised their level of play. Fine leadership find fire. But if i'm georgia can can i like can the real georgia offense stand up. Because i don't know who they are. And i don't frankly. I don't care stem bennett. I don't care if it's carson back. I don't care if it's jt daniels. I do not care. Show me who you're going to be against arkansas. Show me who. You're going to be against auburn. Show me who you're going to be at the end of the year because you can't just figure that out. Then are you gonna be a downhill play action based around your strength of the running backs. Are you going to be spread team when jt's healthy and back in the game. I don't know pick one because your defense is going to take you all the way but that offense is going to be what makes break you and right now i just i look at it and i go their best players. A tight end from napa california. He's a great player. But you got to focus on some of the other talent you have around. You build the offense to do so jordan rogers. Quite an interesting analysis. We'll see more jordan tomorrow morning on. Sec nation jordan. Thanks great stuff. We are back to gainesville in a moment. Steve spurrier an hour away. A lot of guests will be dropping by as we continue right here. You're listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast steve spurrier. He is Let's see forty five minutes away and we always enjoy visiting with the legendary coach. Greatest coach ever on this campus. And not a bad player. Either only won the heisman. Trophy about fifty Some odd years ago. Let's get to the calls and kyle is up next. Kyle good afternoon..
"marty smith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Five. Tim tebow in the next hour. And listening to paul finebaum show podcast in atlanta they I found few minutes of the first hour. Marty smith marty party who joined mark. Great to see you. You're i guess. I guess it's not a new show but it was It was on periodically the last couple of years on saturday morning beginning tomorrow morning. Mardian mcgee on every we're thrilled Obviously to be able to be. I heard you guys. And you and i had a conversation this morning. And it's just a great group of people Everybody involved in nation. Our whole crew are just amazing spirits. And so it's awesome to be out here and mcgee and i can't believe what we've been blessed to build and to get to do every i mean. Look the set over there behind. The camera is our sit. Which is this nine hundred. Sixty five chevy pickup truck that they bought and blow torched in half and turned into our set. and we. Just don't even know how to articulate. I want to ask you about. I find your your story so fascinating and i know you. You did a book about two years ago and you talk about it. From time to time. This conversation we had earlier. We ran into each other and i. It really inspired me. I mean you. You're doing things that. I don't think even you've quite sure But but you put it. It's not easy to put things in perspective. But i i feel like you. You have things pretty good perspective. Well thank you. And it's you know. Everything's a journey for all of us right and and i've been to have had such a unique path at espn to a nascar specifically first and then doing reporting in college football and other sports throughout this entire thing and then hosting sec nation. A couple years ago. When laura was on maternity leave and and then last year doing sidelines during cove. And so i've i've had such a unique path and along the way a lot of insecurity and a when you realized that you're driven by ego. It's a very unique moment. And very revelatory for you. And then you're able to really kinda dissect dad and build yourself back up. So that's kind of been the journey and i'm just really full of gratitude to be here with with this group of people during this season and start with bama miami. I mean what's what's better than that. That was struck. A i know you. You talk to on. Initially she nation last night. But we brief conversation with lou combs. And i'm just listening long about how this song came came about. And he said yeah i. I've finally left. It was happening. So i called margie. Smith show now. I'm thinking already. You're you're you're you're running nashville. It was a crazy story. It was about three years ago. I've known luke for quite a while i actually. He and i became friends before he became the guy who's first twelve singles went number one. This never happened in the history of the format and and he calls me out of the blue a couple of years ago. And he's like hey man singleton and myself we wrote. The song's called south on. Yeah i want you to listen to it. I want you to get it to the sec. And i was like what so. Listen to it and i knew it was perfect. They wrote it specifically for the conference. And the end the tradition and the pageantry and the passion of the conference. So i took it to espn music and it went down the road. He calls me back. he said. Hey man you know that song. Call off the dogs. I wanna put it on my record. And i was like dude. I'm way down the line here and then last year. When i had cova during thanksgiving tom i was struggling. Not even want to is open. I was in so much pain. And my phone's ringing ringing ringing and our peak over at and it's him. And i answered. He's like what you doing. I said man. I got code. Don't feel good what do you want. He said south on you. Let's get it to the sec. We've been down this road and we really went down the road. Tom mccollum and pete waters our bosses at the sec network and we really put it into full throttle. they love the messaging. They love the vibe. And here we are. He's the official song of our network this season and it's just awesome because he is just his whole thing. His whole brand is very se and so. I'm just thrilled that it worked out for him. And we're going to have that song on esi nation every saturday morning school i. I'm pretty I know everybody has a friend or two. That's that knows somebody but the the number the number of people that you know. I'm with you a couple of years ago. I'm trying to get back to you know. Get home in time for you. Know maybe takeout pizza. Yeah so where are you going more. I'm going to dale juniors wedding i mean the world according to mardi a pretty interesting well. It's just a great blessing and going to go. See luke play a country music. Show tomorrow night Going to leave here and he's he has his first stadium. Show tomorrow night. A kid brewers stadium up at apple. He actually went to college. And i'm trying to figure out a way. I need to call a purpose. Can get on wheels up deal eric. Church is opening his tour in referenda on the eighteenth. That's another one of your Or the seventeenth is. That's another one forward your book. He did write the book. That man saved my life. He did When i lost my dad man. I was going through a real hard time and i just needed a vehicle to carry my emotions. I was really confused and conflicted. I had a very complicated relationship with my daddy. And i just struggling. And eric's i record centers like me was that vehicle. I needed to really carry those emotions. And when i got the opportunity to tell him that when i hadn't even met him yet. It really impacted him and we built a friendship from that moment on and i was just talking to him earlier. He's maybe i shouldn't say what i was about to say. You might see him tonight on a football football game. Well the only reason. I know that i'm on a plane couple of years ago to connecticut. I'm going through philadelphia. And you're getting wh what are you doing. Here are going backstage with eric. Chief me i'm like trying to come with me something. I don't know anybody anytime. You're the face of the sec. That has see the. You don't know anybody. People know you. I tell people i know finebaum like this guy here. Look at him look how happy he is to be on your program. Nobody knows paul. You got guys. Thank you have a good day. I don't know that it's going to be a great day for those guys.
Medina Spirit Will Compete in Preakness After Passing Drug Tests
"That Medina spirit the winner of the Kentucky Derby, is cleared to race and Saturday's Preakness Stakes after the Kentucky Derby where Medina Spirit one a drug test revealed a therapeutic in Medina Spirits System, which is banned on race day. Fame's trainer Bob Baffert, who trained Medina Spirit revealed that the horse tested positive. Elevated levels of beta methods own. Baffert released a statement on May 11 saying that Medina Spirit had been treated for a skin condition with an ointment that contained the substance. Quote Medina Spirit earned his Kentucky Derby win and my far masala gist, sir, have told me that 21 people grams of better methods, Sone would have no effect on the outcome of the race. Baffert previously said in a statement. Medina Spirit is a deserved champion and I will continue to fight for him. After this Medina spirit went through subsequent tests that came back clean. And therefore is able to race in the Preakness. Marty and McGee host Marty Smith talked on SportsCenter with El Duncan about the situation and also how Baffert is essentially battling himself in this race when it comes to the Triple Crown. I've been texting all week long with Bob Baffert Ale back and forth. I did reach out to him after this ruling came down, asked him if he had any comment. And he said, Right now he feels like it's best to keep his comments to himself. The less he says, the better. Certainly I respect that now because concert tour and Medina spirit are now eligible for the Preakness. That means Baffert is now racing against himself for Triple Crown history, of course, since he trains both of those horses if concert tour were to win the Preakness here on Saturday that eliminates Medina spirit from a Triple Crown opportunity earlier this week, I had the opportunity to talk with Jimmy Barnes about that. Who's here? Training the horses on Baffert's behalf, and I asked him What's it like for one horse to be racing against another one. A Triple Crown is on the line, he said, Man, It's not a challenge it all. It's
Chicago's Cook County Spends Millions on Strikebreakers
"CIA, you announcing Cook County is spending millions in public funds to hire out of state strike breakers, with no record of it. Adherence to the city of Chicago emergency travel order. The strike breakers air coming into Cook County from high risk over 19 states like Georgia, Iowa, Texas, South Carolina and New York. Marty Smith represents the register the registered at the Cook County Hospital Systems. The responsibility for this strike lay squarely on the shoulders of Toni Preckwinkle. They have walked away from the bargaining table. They have failed to engage in good faith bargaining. 90% of Cook County workers have voted to strike in the union provided legal notice to the county that the strike could happen this week.
"marty smith" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Well, come on, and they knew I was in Tennessee for the Amy Amateur National Motorcross Championships, which, despite all of the I, uh, you know, concerns and fears and and also, Ah, you know things that we've been dealing with ever since March way ableto successfully pull up and we crown 37 an international motorcross champions, including several from California. Nice way, and we got everyone out of there. Safely in the community was very happy. And then I gotta turn around. Go back next week for the first ever Loretta Lynn's pro Motorcross championship and that's where we'll be officially. Announcing to the paddock, the new Marty Smith Rookie of the Year Award, which goes to the best young athlete, first time athlete. In the championship That is so fantastic and you couldn't have picked A better rider than Marty Smith to title that that award and I'm sure Marty it would just be thrilled to death to know that hey, was no course You know he's a San Diego and he's been on on my TV show a couple times when he started his own track out these county. And then when I found in fact we're going to do a special tribute. To him. We found ah, Marty Smith. I don't know if it's a replica of the real bike and we're going to do some stuff. I don't know if you know Peter Star. Oh, yeah. Yeah. The bill. Be very, very successful Motorcycle movie director. Yeah, Exactly. So we're going to you know, he sent me his books. I'm in the process of getting ready to read that. So I'm gonna help him with the book and then And then we're going to do the tribute, so he'll be blown away when he filed out that I I've spoken to you. So now will this be the first inaugural award? For a rookie to get this organ is the first year They've actually been giving a rookie of the year award out since the Times when Marty was riding. I was 1919. 79 but it wasn't the Marty Smith. It wasn't a Marty swing. Oh, yeah? Yeah, And it was not named for anyone, but riders like Travis Pastrana. James Stewart, Ricky Carmichael. Ah, lot of a lot of big, big hitters, but you know, In motorcross and Supercross. There was no better rookie then Marty Smith, you know what he was going Toe Point Loma High school down there. He actually is the first ever won 25 Supercross winner because he won the high school race with 74 Super Bowl motorcross. In the Los Angeles Coliseum. In that same year, he won the first ever won 25 promote across national it Hang town when I came home to pick them up, and since then, I mean, how do you know one can never match that You want your first Supercross? You want your first national? That's it. That's something that's never been done. And you know when Marty and Nancy past and very, very tragically and unfortunately in the spring It immediately. I was like we got to do something on DH. And this was, you know, it was an easy pick. Because you know, I Britney, I heard what you said about how you felt about Marty growing up. San Diego. I grew up in Morgantown, West Virginia. They say him away. He was my sister's first crush, use my mom's crush. Yeah, we drop in a voter crossed family and got to see Marty. I saw for the first time in 1975 and I just have I have so many stories, and I was nine. He treated me. He treated me like like he treated everyone and I would go to say that, you know, And I know Dave, that you guys talked to a lot of different races. Logical people. Sure, you'll find another Athlete of that success and also that kindness with the maybe possible outside exception of Jimmy Johnson's mean Martin was so big and so nice you could you forget that he was iconic. You had never. He was just like you. I mean, if he's seen you in a restaurant It would be nothing for him to come over and just start chatting with you. He never had. He never had an ego. He always like helping the little guys out whether it be racing or whatever the case may be. He was just One of the greatest guys out there and when he passed It was absolutely the worst. It was a shocker. Everyone around. Yeah, I think it did it. But you know it is, but now we're naming. This great award after him, which I think is is unbelievable. So so your adventures are all mainly wrapped around motorcross. Well. We also run the Grand National Cross country. Siri's, which is mostly East Coast event are serious, I should say. And then my really job I founded Racer Rex Illustrated magazine. When my own career as a racer didn't pan out, decided to go to college. OK, so we do Racer Rex Racer Rex Online and and, of course, run the promoter Craft. Siri's I think I saw a preview. Ah, Do you have an article coming out forever? Young in Racer X magazine is actually in the current issue on the newsstands and and we took the unprecedented Up on DH again, you have to consider it was not a vacuum. It was in a racing vacuum because there's nothing else to cover. We actually put Marty on the cover. And one of those really special photos of him when he was 500 cc champion in 1978. Racing at probably the most famous motor cross track in America unit Villa and We have sold out of subscribers going back. We're thinking about going back to the printer and saying Can we get like 12? 15,000 more of these? Well, let me did I hear you, right? A magazine in a magazine rack. I mean, something I can actually hold and turn the pages without having a pick up an iPad or a frickin computer. You can, and unfortunately you can, Because back in the late nineties, we got onboard right away with a website way decided that you know the magazine that that print ink magazine was going to be our flagship and then we do whatever media Came. We figure out not realizing what that tsunami that was coming. And now honestly, the magazine is the companion piece. It's the It's the The artifact of what we dio still do it because it's a prestige piece of our media program. The website is the biggest one and for motorcross and Supercross. But the magazines is still alive and kicking. You keep keeping it alive and you keep keeping it kicking. So hold on one second. Hey, somebody from Brown on the Rhine. Yes, Todd. Alright, Very good. Anybody It's always good talking to you Don't be a stranger where the only motor sports show in San Diego. And we cover every form of motor sports. And if you ever come.
Kiffin, Leach lobby for change to Mississippi flag
"Lane Kiffin and Mike Leach. Come together. No rival football coaches coming together while they were part of a contingent from Mississippi State, addressing the state legislature Thursday lobbying for the confederate emblem to be removed from the Mississippi State flag quote. We removed flag from our campus five years ago. We've made it clear that it doesn't represent who we are all missed. Today's another big step in doing our part to move the state forward and ensure a more welcoming environment for everyone. This is extremely important to me. Me into our players time for change. That's lane. kiffin speaking. Don't forget. Mississippi state running back island. Hill tweeted earlier this week that he would not be representing the state anymore until the flag is
Noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says
"Now? Mike Greenberg Bristol with you this morning. And as I said right off the top of the show, I would have loved to have started with any of those today, and we certainly will get to the mall, but we begin with an absolutely despicable story coming from the world of NASCAR. In this developing story, a noose was found in bubba Wallace's. Stall at the NASCAR race in Talladega Alabama yesterday less than two weeks after Wallace led efforts to push NASCAR to ban the confederate flag NASCAR announced the news last night well after the race had been postponed due to inclement weather, and said it was launching an immediate investigation here. was there statement late this afternoon? Nascar was made aware that a noose was found in the garage stall of the forty three eighteen. We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough. How seriously we take this heinous act! We have launched an immediate investigation and we'll do everything we can to identify the persons responsible and eliminate them from the sport. As we have stated unequivocally, there is no place for racism and NASCAR, and this act only strengthens our resolve to make the sport open and welcoming to all while himself tweeted a statement last night, which read in. In part today's despicable act of racism and hatred leaves me incredibly saddened, and serves as a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society and how persistent we must be in the fight against racism. As my mother told me today, they are just trying to scare you. This will not break me. I will not give enor- rely back down. I will continue to proudly stand for what I believe. In Allah Marty Smith is covering this for us in the scene in Talladega. He joined us an hour ago. The News in Bubbas garage stall was actually seen by a member of his team. Darrell Bubba never saw it. He never saw it personally and win. That team members saw it. He alerted NASCAR. And Nascar immediately had a meeting of its senior executive staff, and they made the decision that they were going to remove this person from the sport as quickly and rapidly as possible. This was not a situation where a fan might have meandered in on this because there were no fans in the garage. So what you're looking at is you're looking at team members. You're looking at officials. You're looking at potential security. You're looking at maybe cleaning personnel that have access to these garage areas. Again! That was Marty Smith with US earlier. Lebron James among many who posted messages about this. He tweeted sickening Wallace, my brother! No, you don't stand alone I'm right here with you as well as every other athlete, I just want to continue to say how proud I am of you for continuing to take a stand for change here in America and sports at Nascar. I salute you as well. Well Sprint Cup driver Michael McDowell added. God help us the level of evil. It takes to do something like this is disgusting. This is enraging and heartbreaking all at the same time Dale. EARNHARDT Jr. tweeted simply a hope of a wins it tomorrow again. The race will be run today. It was delayed by weather yesterday, and as I bring Steven A. and Marcus into the conversation here I'll. Repeat that the area in which this was discovered, there were cameras all over it should be. Relatively easy investigation for the NASCAR officials to conduct, and we are standing by for any information live from Talladega Marty Smith will bring us anything as soon as there is any further news with that thought in mind, Stephen. We've not yet had a chance to say good morning to you I. I just want to give you the floor here. What are your feelings and thoughts as we see this story developed from last night? Well I. Mean I think that for me? Personally I'm a little bit different than the kind of sentiments that have been expressed by a lot of people, because obviously you find this reprehensible and disgusting, and it's incredibly sad, and we get all of that but there's a forgive the the figurative smirk that might end up covering my face or draping my face because to me. Me It's just folks displaying the ignorance, and the more they put it on display, the more it enlightens a lot of people in White. America about what Black America has been telling them about for so many years decades spanning centuries for crying out loud. This is not new. This is something that we've known existed for all time. This is something we know we'll continue to exist. And there is no way around it and so this there comes a point in time where you have to accept that reality one of the things that I would encourage everybody to go watch. If you get an opportunity, you can go on Netflix. You can watch that documentary thirteen by EVA do vernay along with others, sensational job of address mass incarceration in the United States, of America one of the things they highlighted. Is that under the Nixon? Administration where you're literally talking about you know White folks that are hippies and you associate them with marijuana and you associate black. Black folks with crack cocaine, and as a result of that will ultimately galvanize folks in your favor, because they'd be scared to death, and you'd be hearing words like law and order ad, nauseam that was in the sixties for crying out loud in two thousand and twenty, and we're hearing the same thing now. You just have to open your eyes. You have to pay attention to the parallels you have to. You have to pay attention to the correspondence. That's taking place right before your very eyes throughout history, we have had people that have been adroit at light laying low. Controlling the narrative, manipulating the narrative switching things to their favor, all in an effort to maintain or to retain power. It's something to kind of thing that has been taking place in. Usually they've been incredibly skilled at remaining in the dark and saying it's then it's not us, it's them. It's not us well guess what are coming to light more and more in this day and age I find that a cause for celebration, not a 'cause. You know to be saddened by anything. The I find these to be. Beautiful tops as difficult as it may be the fact that I nation appears to be becoming more enlightened than ever before and ultimately as a result. We're coming together. I find that to be a huge plus not a minus. If the ignorance has to show itself, and if the ignore, it has to showcase themselves in order for this to happen coming out of the dock to me. That's of course was celebration Marcus. Stephen. That's what I alluded to earlier man just come on out. Show us who you are, so we know how to deal with you and everybody. That's four. Right knows how to deal with you. Look listen, this is. There has been. We've been having this conversation for a long time. I mean we had this conversation we had. This conversation went capped kneeled about police brutality. We talked about racing all of them and man you. You look if you look around and social. There were people literally Oh twitter last night. Say A BUBBLE! Did this for attention? What what are you talking about like? It's not. It's not unfathomable that someone could do that. We sold Jesse's me. Make reference to that because people can conjure up things to create narratives to make people overreact. That's why saying earlier. Estimate I'm not doing this emotional. Rollercoaster I'm getting off of it right like I'm nuts and bolts to was going on. There is progress that needs to be made in this country I'm focusing on that progress that needs to be made. That's what bubble wireless is focused in on a by making his statements in Nascar. That's a lot of athletes are focused on a lot of people in society in general of focused on making sure that we draw a line between racist people and people that one good for everybody. That's the bottom line. Look for as much as this is egregious and the things that have transpired for low type. I grew up in the south light. It's not. An uncommon for me to see racist people are know what it looks like or even even be surprised or shocked about certain things that tend to happen. The bottom line is this. I'm often emotional roller coaster like if you racist just be that come out publicly and be that enlist separate that and you be a part of the minority port society that we want to get to, and we think we already are at so all of that being said I'm with Steve Day like in this bringing a lot of people to the light, and the hateful ones are fighting their battle because they see slipping away. Score you're not GonNa hear me say this very very often, but I wanNA give major major kudos to a Lotta. White folks out there in America because if it wasn't for them, protesting and marching with black individuals if it wasn't for them, you know engaging in the kind of of of you know resistance to whatever level of oppression we as black people have been feeling this nation I. Don't think some of these folks will. will be coming out I. mean listen the back. In the day. They used to wear the sheets and used to cover the identity and their faces that we didn't know who the hell they were by virtue of that now. Some black people, a lot of black people will tell you they exist in corporate America. They could be the very people that you're working for the very people that you're talking to I happen to be. Be Blessed we happen to be blessed to not certainly not have that at this company is because we've seen the actions on the part of our executives. And what have you over continuous basis? Elevated level of sensitivity that this place has shown throughout the years deserves to be commended. There's always work to do. There is no perfect place. Make no about it, but I'm incredibly proud to be a part of the Walt Disney and And specifically the ESPN family in that regard having set all of that I'm in the minority, because the reality is vast people, there's a vast number of people of African. American descent in the United States of America that feel subjugated I wouldn't go so far as to say enslaved, but feel subjugated by bosses in corporate America people that say all the right things when the cameras are rolling, but behind the scenes they engage. Eight your and the conduct. Subjugation that they devote their voiceless. They don't have a voice in that regard, green. Marcus knows exactly what I'm talking about. And so because of that because of these times that we're living, what we're seeing is a populous within the United States of America that sees the dramatic shift, and there's so appalled, and and put and taken aback by what they see transpiring that they can't hide their vitriol. They're coming out of the dock because they're being forced out of the dog. We as black people. People have to appreciate the fact that couldn't happen without a vast number of white individuals in our society standing with us and saying you know what we see where the hell you coming from. If we didn't see it before we see it now, and we're with you, so you have that other segment of the population saying wait a minute we lose some of our own here. Some of our own alternative guests and the poor in this noxious. We gotTA speak up and as a result. Of the dock again I find that a cause for celebration doesn't bother me at all. If we wore, we wore. Let's get it on. I liked that. I want to leave it there for the moment again. Marty Smith is standing by Talladega. If there is any further information on the investigation, we will have it for you immediately, meanwhile, Steven as going to stay with us here for a few more minutes, and we'll get some football conversation as we go his feelings about the Dallas, cowboys have been well documented. This should be a very big day in Dallas. We will talk about it and why and then Lebron and other NBA players have until Wednesday to decide whether or not they're going to play. What should we expect? Woge will answer that question as we continue this out. GET THEM ON ESPN. GEICO. GETS YOU ACCESS TO LICENSED AGENTS? Twenty four
"marty smith" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Welcome to the marty smith's america podcast the morning i have no idea what he's going to entailed because poached fourth of july extravaganza everybody's still hung over everybody's still making their way through the great celebration of our independence in america's birthday in win were celebrating america's birthday i have to bring in my merry band of idiots that includes of course travis and of course my boy mcgee 'em mcgee a beach somewhere on the carolina coast i'm in ocean city new jersey where i spend my summers travis's in the tropical paradise paradise it is the connecticut in a in a bigger one thing we should get into for sure is the greatest fourth of july traditions an you know i i was so bummed out this year because it's my favorite day of the year my two favorite days of the year thanksgiving aunt the fourth of july i love those two days and there's a lot of family it's a lot of friends it's a lot of awesome food it's a lot of cold beers it's a lot of festivities everybody's happy you're very thankful for what you have so i love all of them i love those days an models bummed out this year because i suffered a knee injury an a a suffered a real bad cut on the top of my left foot and so i was laid up with a bandage on my foot in it's funny how you sit there and you think man i would love to just sit around drink beer but then when you can't go do anything it's a bummer boys yeah i've told you this story before about when my daughter was a baby in my wife and i were so excited we finally had a chance like get on a plane and go somewhere and i went in the garage and i was looking for these passport covers i don't know why i thought we needed these are protected yeah but it's yeah it's used for your credentials yeah it was it was like a you put your passport in little book and the thing is it make you take it out of the book anyway anyway regardless i reached into like a cabinet and there was a broken picture frame in there and i cut my hand open in what the emergency room were playing the next morning and you guys know this about me when i'm on vacation i stay wet whole time like i'm in i'm in the pool i'm in the ocean i'm in i'm just i'm constantly floating floating sleeping drinking sometimes doing all three once in the doctor's like just whatever you do over the next week just don't get stitches wet and wonder what in so i walked around the resort like a creep with my big yellow you have this big old yeller rubber gloves look used washing dishes so i had that a walk around and a john explained that thereby down in a governmental how do people respond when you're rolling around a resort in dishwashing goes you're looking like scooby doo character i always felt like the land lober guy the scooby doo like bad guy always had those gloves and he got on that big yellow hat you know that big rain hat yeah and always up to something so that's what i felt like everybody thought i was like yeah like that guy just kill a bunch of people.
"marty smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Nascar stories that are just the most simulating thing you've ever heard in your entire life what tracker we going to mardi charlotte motor speedway one speedway that is one that is sort of a nascar is it it's it's in the top five or the top five tracks according marty smith i can give you the fanfare sorted number five and work our way allah will you'll go five five one come on you gotta go with a near a church song it's gotta be five well that's number one number one man i now get his number four number four martin joe virginia i'm gonna say three darlington south carolina m five richmond when virginia number two a me thing about what they said a out daytona yeah all right not a single one west of west of what memphis dude i grew up in the south east i would have been lowered i grew up in an era where that was the coolest thing going and it was on this crazy trajectory to the moon an a it's been interesting to see how it's how see volved over the years but man it just used feels so so awesome i know you're gonna say how old were you they had stalled a stall in a couple of ways man a the gross west disenchanted a lot of hardcore fans and made him feel forgotten leadership a little bit suspect for a while they're getting that right it but a they got a lot of ground to make up now yeah while okay it's why would end again i'm i'm no took a somber attorney i know i'm trying to bring out i wonder i wanna bring already back like wouldn't you think think though that i mean having a race in in california in having a race in vegas in sort of these you know fun areas like wouldn't that just leads to you know already more of a good thing why why would why would folks this disenfranchise sense on paper mansion she makes sense on paper but when the luster wears off the loyalties go an the loyalty was they epicenter of it which was the southeast and win you made the decision asian to go to california enter go to those types of markets of course it makes a lotta sense for glitz and glamour aunt the networks are happy about the being there but you've done it at the expense of traditional traditional tracks that fans loved those shutdown okay if they don't get to see it live to they can't they're not flying out to california right marty what makes talladega so special outside of you already raised on the party 'em it's it's mardi grown wheels man it's mardi gras two hundred miles an hour it's people go there they spent an entire week it's extremely all finish the race is always amazing a if feels like america an there's a place called talladega vote boulevard it it's a it's a kind of a dirty concrete is shy asphalt dish road that goes parallel to the backstretch an there's motor homes in its beers and beads brother it's a and there's other other things involved in that too it's just a fun it's a phenomenal party i mean it's eight phenomenal party what's the second best party nascar daytona five hundred daytona bristol bristol.
"marty smith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"But we'll go to two of the sites that talked to Marty Smith, and of course, Michelle Steele to get the latest on the three SEC teams that still remain all ahead on this Friday afternoon. We welcome. You back. We are live in. Well, we've been resuscitated and ready to go for the final ninety minutes. It's been a good when we have dug really deep the Tennessee loss last night. We've looked ahead to the three games. And then we'll continue to going to both of the sites. Live coming up here in our final hour. Let's check in next with Doris. Who is in Kentucky, Doris? You're on the air. Go right ahead. Hi, thanks for taking my call. Thank you. Yeah. Me again. He may remember me before I get started. I just want to preface something because I might say something that will offend people. But I just wanna say that I'm a guy hard UK fan. And I have been everything was a little girl and for fifty five years back during the days of Adolph Rupp. Sure. Okay. But I want to say that I unfortunately agree with the guy in the booth that. Coach cow, even though I love him to death. I do agree that I think he has under achieved these less. Can years that he's been coach. And I feel somewhat. Bad because I called last year at this same kind of remember and said, basically the same thing you called in of the day after they lost to loyal. I believe if I remember correctly didn't lose Loyola they listed. It's before they even got to feed AA. I remember the call regardless. We're here before the. Established you called. So why do you think they've underachieved? He has won national championship in his tenure a couple of other final fours. Same thing if the guy in the booth just said, you think you need only only one championship, right, right? Okay. Why I I love him. Why they we all do? But it's because. He bid and coach the team very well when they had that thirty eight and one team he lost to Wisconsin. Well, listen, I would agree. I thought he made some mistakes in that game. But believe that that when he did that what what was what did he call it? When he brought in the five best players to be the fast players came in. And then he platoon, right? So system that did not work. No it didn't. Kim like to the end of the year before he realized his best players were called Anthony towns. Devon Booker and should shouldn't have taken that long. Everyone knows very plans to figure out who has best players were. Okay. And. To both doing quite well in the NBA. Yes. And I know that his vein. Claim to fame is to get the best players and to get them out of poverty. I understand that. And I understand that the NBA is that the one in Ben rule is an NBA rule. I understand that. And I know he wants to get them out of poverty. I understand that. But good Lord. I am a UK fan. Like, I said I've been a UK fan for fifty five years Sumi. I'm selfish. I want championships. And I believe that other UK fans want championships. And this one in done rule is Dr. So let me offer this. Let me let me say one thing here. Gene. Look it up. Did you see the bench less the other day? I think you have you have to be understanding of the times. And and he I know I know I know I just which you know, what I wish would happen. I wish coaches like Calipari just censor chef ski. Roy Williams other topnotch coaches the. V athletic directors. I wish they would ban together and meet with the NBA Dr jump in here quickly..
"marty smith" Discussed on Championship Drive
"Hey, y'all welcome to the party Smith's America podcast with thirty nine. Great, greg. Thank Commissioner of the southeastern conference joins me to discuss all of the variables of his job things that he faces every single day his greatest concerns as he moves forward in that role the greatest challenges that he faces every single day when he sits down in the head office down there in Birmingham, Alabama. What it's like to actually be in that head chair compared to what you think it might be how he got here his amazing journey from Auburn New York where he grew up to Birmingham as the Commissioner of the southeastern conference and not only that we also discuss pressing issues in collegiate athletics today, like potential player compensation his thoughts on whether or not these collegiate players should be compensated for playing major college football or major college basketball. Whether he believes in the current system that is the college football playoff. What is his thoughts on potential expansion? We get into many different things, and it was a fascinating conversation one that really inspired me certainly one that educated me, and is going to have the same impact on you. Look this man, Greg Sankey is in one of the most prestigious most important most scrutinized roles in all of sport in this country Commissioner of the southeastern conference, and what an honor to have the opportunity to spend twenty five or thirty minutes with him really digging into his leadership philosophy his path to now. And what he sees when he looks into the SEC crystal ball moving forward. Here's our conversation on the Marty Smith's America podcast with SEC Commissioner, Greg Sankey. So Greg, let's just start with your path. I don't know that journey house a guy from Auburn New York end up as C Commissioner. How's that work? Well, my quick vision for life was to be coaching and teaching at the high school level, and I ended up right out of college working in a college setting or in the master's at Syracuse had complete an internship did that and Louisiana which was just one of those great adventures in life and then from northwestern state university in nacogdoches Louisiana to their conference office and became Commissioner of that league. The Southland conference at age thirty one. And during that time to know Mike's live mics and upstate New York. I was born and raised in Utica, New York, and we became friends and one day he said, would you ever think about working in the SEC office? And I said I haven't but I will and that put me here and and had some. Some success and opportunities had some chances to leave and then and stayed and then went through a full search process upon Mike's announce retirement, and boom here we are. That's the the quick version. Where could you have gone if you so chosen to leave? You know, I almost there was a a weekend where I was the athletic director Colgate university. I went through that search process actually went up to visit with the trustees, and in some ways, it was a great professional moment in some ways. It was one of those low points on my professional life where I said, you know, what the day of the press conference. This really isn't for me. So those who've seen, you know, Bobby Cremins, Billy Donovan, there's some great people have said. Yeah, that's the right job. And then wait a second. So I pulled one of those was involved in a search min America conference that went down the road along way back in about oh nine and and just decided that wasn't the right situation. A number of things that came to me in college athletics. You know, I've always wanted to work in sports, but in an educational context is opposed to a professional level. And you know, just was always challenged here and was learning every..
The weird twist in the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry
"He is Marty Smith who spent most of the year in Alabama or so it seems but today he is in Columbus Ohio getting ready for the big game up there mardi thanks for. Joining us set the scene for us in Ohio. We know Apollo good evening. Yeah. You're right. I think I had five Alabama games this year. Maybe six I don't know most of them. But I'm up in Columbus right now. It's getting cold outside. It's going to be nasty and rainy tomorrow, and we're in the lobby here at the Woody Hayes athletic center, and they are getting ready, man. It's it's fun to talk to the coaches and the players about this rivalry, you know, growing up in the south as I did. And you know, you've lived there your whole life as well. We look at at the iron bowl, which you guys are at and we all know about Janki Red Sox and all of those great rivalries. But this one's extremely special. It's kind of boring off of respectful hate for one another. They don't hate the man, but they hate the establishment on the other side of the football. And of course, it was all born in a fight over Toledo all those years ago. So when you're fighting over Toledo brother, it makes for a hell of a good rivalry. I was reading about that today coming over here. Toledo for those who don't know is fairly close to the Michigan line. It's also where urban Meyer in Jim Harbaugh were both born same hospital about seven months apart. And and it's pretty amazing Marty how a city in Ohio could be is amazing right in the middle of it. All. Is what blows my mind is what you just said. It's funny. I wrote an essay kind of really chronicling the hatred between the schools and the foundation of the rivalry and the evolution of the rivalry with both sham Boeckler and Woody Hayes in the ten year war and then the two thousand six game the game of the century on and on. And there's so many indelible moments any whether it's Desmond our boy flashing the flesh and the I'm actually staying in the Ohio State lobby right now. Maybe I shouldn't be mentioning those things or Charles Woodson running punts back and all those amazing moments, and I was floored when I learned that urban and horrible we're both from Toledo born into Lido. And then I was even further shocked by the fact that it was the same
Marty Smith's Analysis: Does Alabama's Crimson Tide have any real competition?
"Alabama crimson tide mardi like, ooh. Yeah. Nobody's honest to God. We've been talking about this around here their second team led by Jalen hurts is that is that the best competition that they would have if they played in the national championship game against their second team with Jalen Hurd. No, no Clinton's good, man. Not only is Clinton good. They're really starting to figure it out. Trevor Lawrence is he's a bona fide scholar now at quarterback their defenses elite. They look very complete to me now and only in the last couple of weeks have they look back complete. Notre Dame looked very good. The other night. I was here Yankee Stadium. But at this point, I still believe it's Alabama everybody else from a lot of different perspectives. Their death is unbelievable. To he's going to run away with the Heisman Trophy and their physicality. So I think that I think that Alabama. If they don't show up unprepared, which I don't expect and they don't suffer some sort of catastrophic injury. I think I think they're going to win it in convincingly. But Clinton is good guys.
"marty smith" Discussed on The Jump
"I am at Marty Smith ESPN hit me up on the Twitter machine with the hashtag. Here's my Jay's. I would love to see it back to hash. Speaking of hashtags. Let's let's discuss this. What can y'all got for a minute? Travis words sames were just a way of life Roman candles. That's a redneck mortar launcher. These billions. Last week, as I said, I said, you guys need to show me what Kobe you're drinking and what can't. 'cause I love craft beer cans. I don't know what it is. I have this weird appreciation and admiration for the art that they use on these craft beer cans. Some of the ones that I saw that were awesome hashtag, what cans y'all got the bills over on. I don't know if that's I don't know if that's right, but my man Tam, Terry at Timbo, underscore Collins sent me his Co. beer. I really like this one from my man, Mark hill at legit, Mark hill hashtag what cans y'all got it has a donkey on it with a halo made of a beer cap, and it says, good Asper. That's my favorite is have a good time. I like that one a lot. Man. I like my main Colton Dixon at Colton Dixon. He he sent me a like an original oatmeal. Walkie can. I mean this thing looks ancient. I got one that I need to get rid of though. I appreciate our fans, Marty submitting ones, but some fan, his name is Adam Waylon. I'm gonna guess Adam Waylon twenty three the beers called Hayes in blue. Right now. Pretty nice. Yeah. Sorry, I just it would be from Holland me. She again, let it say juicy, New England. I p a. Yeah, I can't do that. So I'm now calling out for Buckeye nation to get some Buckeye beers tweeted at us. Do your travis's putting you guys on notice book? I nation get gets get some Buckeye. Kobe's, let's go. I like this. I like this one right here from spooky. Blake, my guy at b. m. c. Knicks it is a Ryan Geist cincy made while we ale with pineapple and passion fruit. We think about that Travis. That's a mouthful to even say what it is that was that was a difficult thing to recite, but I think I did a pretty good job at t. w. kellyn Todd Kellen. He sent me an evil twin brewing always felt closer to than I did to people. I can't believe the response in the last one we'll discuss is from a man. Michael Cunningham at Mr Cunningham, thirty two. He sent us a gator done cream ale. It must be Larry, the cable Gas Co. bear has Larry right there. Pointing at us right there on the can. I've met one more Marti from six one, three, Jerry Lee boat-owner Joe Thomas. That's good retirement, right? There did see that too. I liked that one. Joe Thomas is cold. Beers got big seventy three on it from Great Lakes brewing, which is actually in Ohio. So we're, we're getting there, but yes, close. But that's a nice way to retire. You know, give it up, stop punishing yourself. And what do you do? You start gaining beer? What do we need to do to get a mardi party beer who we need to talk to like we we gotta do that. That needs to be our mission, our mission with art. Yeah, big cooder on it. Which one are you guys that bruise your own beer that has a that has a brewery? His partner with us for the mardi party co bear. I can't wait. I'll help.
"marty smith" Discussed on Get Up!
"Tomorrow the third leg of the triple crown goes off at belmont and our marty smith my long lost brother he is there and getting ready marty we're a day away from justify going for that triple crown what can you tell us about their preparation maria how about you hanging out manhattan essay time boom what's going on here look justify looks absolutely amazing he just galloped about twenty or thirty minutes ago and his trainer bob baffert is supremely confident in justifies ability to finalize and claim this triple crown but the thing about horse it's very fickle the one thing that really intrigues me about baffert is how open and honest he is about how dominant this horse is you just don't hear head coaches or trainers or managers very often be that blunt about how much better they're athlete is than the other athletes so i've enjoyed chatting with him about that there are two substantial differences between the kentucky derby and preakness and the belmont number one weather we have sunshine hallelujah praise the lord we're not getting trenching for the first time this horse racing season number two you can see the infield behind me there's nobody throwing down there's no bear being pounded there's no everybody has closed on they don't put ninety thousand in here ninety thousand in here tomorrow with no infield party now i wanna give you guys an idea just how huge belmont park is take a look at this.
"marty smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
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Cubs, Tampa and Baseball discussed on Dickerson & Hood
"Espn radio sportscenter hey on dj sixth and here's what's happening right now let's start in the nfl day three the final day of the nfl draft and the highlight of the day came in the fifth round on the seattle seahawks selected one handed linebacker shuki griffin griffin put on a show at the nfl combine couple of weeks back he'll go to seattle to play with his brother shaquille here's nfl draft expert mel kiper surprised it took so long for griffin to get off the board about four three eight speed at two hundred nearly two hundred and thirty pounds that's rare and you watch guys run fast they don't have instincts i can't locate the ball i can't make plays he can so this is a kid that you talked about if you don't root for him you got a problem and if you're out of seattle seahawk fan you may well be one now because she king griffin inspires everybody that right now all you can say is i'm amazed that maybe in the late third early fourth round so by didn't take say a why packages situational got special teams kinda minimize now maybe a kick return out of the game we get all that but here we are in the fifth route and here's ukraine group and coming off the seattle do you watch kevin brown of the nfl draft right now on espn or the espn app earlier today the rams traded wide receiver austin to the dallas cowboys for six round pick get some baseball scores cubs beat the brewers sweden nothing jose cantatas spectacular seven innings seven strikeouts dodgers all over the giants in the third inning seventytwo cody bellinger jack petersen each with two rbi's nationals on top of the d backs to one the six ryan's minutes who are on shock tampa bay of three on boston in the third david price for earned and five ks against former team join us monday marty smith gonna join the show mardi party on a monday puzzle have weekend observations and we'll have the funniest thing for the sports weekend that's monday espn radio.
Rory Mcilroy vs Tiger Woods
"Of that mess and this place you can't even have your phone and what i've noticed is because of that you're more engaged in your fellow man you're more engaged in the event itself you're more engaged in that reverence and tradition and i'm all in we need more of that talking to marty smith marty smith's america the podcast and in this last podcast you talked to both rory mcilroy is gone for the career slam and tiger woods who's making yet another comeback this one seems a lot more for real than as other so in each one let's start with tiger in each one when you talk to people that long normally there's a oh i didn't see that coming moment so let's start with tiger and then the rory what part of the interview for both those guys surprise you the most well we'll start with tiger mike honestly it was when he walked in the door i got up to shake his hand and he gave me a big bro hug and i wasn't expecting that i wasn't expecting that so are found him to be completely disarmed i was expecting i was expecting him to be much more guarded than than he was he was open he was vulnerable he was considerate of what i was asking him and thoughtful in his response and what i found my my greatest takeaway from spending that forty five or fifty minutes with him down a medallist golf club a couple of weeks ago was a newfound joy and a newfound appreciation look i'd never met him until that day so like most people i only witnessed him from afar as a fan of his and there's a there's a boehner ability and a new appreciation for the talent he was given and the hard work he put into be arguably the greatest that's ever done it him and the guy you guys just spoke with mr nncholas so i feel like he's kind of playing with house money and as descriptive as he was about his injury about his back pain he was talking about it being so debilitating he couldn't get out of bed some days and some of those days when he could get out of bed he fell straight to the floor because he couldn't stand up and what mike knows i mean when you're an elite athlete when you're you're playing at.
2018 Masters odds, picks: Tiger Woods projection from same model that called three golf majors
"Because we get set to watch tiger woods tee off at the masters tiger and phil mickelson and a host of others are going to try and do what rarely gets done and that's win that win a masters when majors after the age of forty and we've got phil tiger henrik stents in jason duff men charley hoffman paul casey all trying to get over that hump we understand that really what's at stake here for golf is tiger because tigers building towards this it's coming off back to back top five finishes and it's all been built on the idea that we wanna to go perform that tournament that matters more than anyone well there's a lot at stake here and there's a lot to talk about and thankfully marty smith was here to help us out now marty smith's america the podcast has new episodes every monday and in this latest episode marty smith gets into tigers legacy putting for memory and how he came to wear red on sundays you can listen on the espn app and apple podcast we've got tiger woods talking with marty smith on the part cat podcast marty smith's america what is the difference between how you struggled and how now okay easiest thing is i no more pain in my lower back that's gone once they got the disc it's fused i am just saw as a rock back there no pain differences i don't have the same range of motion stiffer there and i wake up in the morning much stiffer than it used to takes longer to warm up my angles that i used to hit on the golf course two angles i used to create with my body i can't do that anymore and so i'm learning to do different way i have speed i had the pop but it's done differently and.
Dexter Fowler of St. Louis Cardinals ends 0-for-13 slump after 'hit' tweet
"His swing coach and him just get a feel for himself and how he's swinging the club and what he needs to do the amazing thing is you'll hear from tiger woods a little bit later on this program from the marty smith podcast let's let's couple of things a marty smith is doing a great job with marty smith's america the podcast is going to be great but if you were told me when tiger was at his peak sit down with a podcast for somebody it'd be yeah i don't think so is a different tiger kinder gentler the off the course but hopefully a stone cold killer on the course until your point about fred couples i'm much she liked him said he hit a few drives that were well worth watching whether you paid for it or in the turnament like me it's really interesting to see what happens going forward with tiger and again in what is going to be maybe a defining four days hopefully in his comeback to two major championship golf well what was the old line from field of dreams if you build it they will come you go in this generation gen z were at now according to mike golic junior and his flaming right eyeball if you tweet it it will come cards outfielder dexter fowler snapped an over thirteenth slumped to start the season with a third inning single to center in their eight four win over the brewers why was that significant because fowler went to twitter to say it will happen he said i tweeted i will get a hit thirteen times in a tweet i will get ahead i will get ahead i will get ahead just just tweeted that out and after he broke through is jose ramirez from the indians and the astros josh radic posted similar tweets both players open the air with.
"marty smith" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Will you interest of america guess what i don't know now i didn't know they know now at the break between sessions in the first two seconds it gets literally we're all center going of these guys and also you know we're like are they gonna bring a dog in here and it can't hey speaking of rafferty you just mentioned him mike jones head basketball coach maget mardi mcgee espn radio that's right martin mcgee on espn radio and espn app presented by progressive insurance all guests appear via the shell pennzoil performance line tweet us one eight hundred flowers dot com twitter feed hey get the feeling of being rewarded marnie with gold status at shell i will with the fuel rewards program download the fuel rewards app join and start saving five cents or as my fan would say five cent a gallon today plus we mentioned the shell pennzoil performance line where the guests appear we have one of those guests on right now and he's he's someone i know a lot about because i know marty smith mike jones head basketball coach raffray university coach jones how doing this morning good morning blesses you guys well will it's couponing couponing how about how about always good to connect you with your publicists marty smith right the movie male would look better publicist could we have what better pr make and we have then marty's move with the mardi party gotta take care of my coach jones i gotta take care of mine look we're going to get to the experience of of the tournament and facing nova and all that in a second but i look the story of the day is sixteen beats one downs the watt whose coaches you watch that game on fold last night what were your thoughts what did you see.
"marty smith" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Y'all we're taking the party to hold new level marty smith's america podcast you guys who've seen smith's america on television have seen me hang out with jim harbaugh at the fabric on the loyal third of the to emperor marcus aurelius on the father emerge son the husband of murdered wife and i will have my vengeance if this life were christiane overall though in china best play all the best place now to be in top of the game because they're the ones they are there you know you cannot raise the sleep because the other one can pass you go fishing with paul george in oklahoma now vicious are always taking my dad if i catch a fish snap the pitcher play kickball with cam newton in charlotte you'll have to be what people are expecting you to be you can be everything that you want to an more i love to learn about what makes people tick how did you become what you on why do you love what you do all of those types of things well the marty smith's america podcast is going to flush that out even further we're spending thirty or forty minutes with these individuals learning about their lives the marty smith's america podcast debuts march nineteenth with touching music star jason al dean and he's not all i'll talk to athletes coaches actors writers musicians agents maybe even though they're media about what makes them them in our show seriously we could pretend like we'll get better sitting here saying they're the worthy show of record of where we were jason diener tiger woods last i check and if you're fan of the mardian mckee radio program we're going to bring some of the shenanigans from mardian mcgee to the podcast as well police subscribe rate us wail and reviews all that helps please join us the marty smith's america podcast on espn podcast and items.
"marty smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Are you saying in general oh in general because if you make it espn it's marty smith it's definitely marty smith he would be the guy outdoors noted for out for endorse know they've on what is a like just watched near the if you want to sit around half a glass of wine gave day the fireplace have someone tell some great stories on hunger obviously yeah bob ley yob laid but the outdoor the outdoor snow days marty smith marty's i think people might be fun in the salty lobby great he though yeah but i don't know how hound used to snow he is brian because he's from florida but meena would be a disaster yeah i hate south i'm an uncalled them here he think i'm okay in snell exactly add an would be funding this now i think he would and he's on the shelf pennzoil performance i because we're the play this movie game i add the impersonate espn if you had a snow day when you were a kid go back to your childhood okay but you can only use the people who are working at espn right now so the person at espn you're from canada you had snow days the person that espn you would most wanted have a snow day with no brainer students boy jesse palmer tela canadian group in ontario while that she's a quarterback you a great harm to the snow we can handle the element the rules the rim yours about your good jesse probably makes some means noman uh definitely does i listen your listen every one what marty smith and you come in with jesse bomber and i think you're right why dismissed not even from a snowy area i feel like we found ourselves here melvin i feel like marty would be so enthuse an overwhelmed with the snow when you in iran.
"marty smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Don liberal card to south carolina get into the into the final four men still god's axel merckx by you on the production side and the research side met is an excellent answer vcc don limit i show with this to god's on espn radio i wanna thank marty smith a coming through here bringing sunshine sprinkling sunshine all over the place he uphelp ably as he's done every time he's been around here any time he's been on the show palpably increases the happiness in his surroundings yeah that's hard and rare yup by his way of being and if you wanna support everything marty smith does august second his show debuts from seven to eight pm on espn 2 it's a travel show with a big personality marty smith uh goes all over the world f in search of the stories and so you're gonna want to check that out the second of august seven to eight pm eastern on espn 2 it's kinda like the greg cody effect he just makes people happier now for different reasons with cody butts yes same affect rise are very similar odds are code is not sunshine meadow that this guy is this guy brings a positively around and i want to go back to the conversation we're having though because we were talking if you're just joining us we were talking about the idea of guys now having choices in the nfl and deciding to retire early and if there's some hypothetical day often the future where guys were playing football it so violent so unhealthy that the people playing at our people who are lash chance no options and we were talking about the idea of gladiators being prisoners and slaves at the beginning and then choosing glad he aiding as volunteers because of the nobility in it and so stupid outs was saying how much.