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No. 8 Notre Dame Survives Toledo 32-29 After Wild 4Q

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

No. 8 Notre Dame Survives Toledo 32-29 After Wild 4Q

"A Frank Notre Dame escape with the thirty two twenty nine win over Toledo one Jack Collins eighteen yard scoring strike to Michael Mayer with sixty nine seconds left the rockets took a twenty nine twenty four lead on freshman quarterback dequan Finn's twenty six yard bootleg TD run with one thirty five remaining it took Colin just twenty six seconds to directed three play seventy five yard touchdown drive colon threw for two hundred thirty nine yards and two touchdowns both to mayor Colin also was sacked six times fumbled once and had an interception return by Chris McDonald for a touchdown I'm the ferry

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"michael mayer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On ESPN Radio Notre Dame. Survives. A fumble recovered by the Irish less than 30 seconds to go into a little territory, So they would wasn't much of a threat there, But they will survive and advance 32 to 29 for the eighth ranked Irish again and overtime win over Florida State a three point win over to Lido. Trevor manage. I mean, look. You'd rather be two and O obviously, but there's some major concerns there in South Bend. You know, I'm guessing that most Notre Dame fans have about as much hair left as Mike Golic Jr. Which is to say not a lot, not a lot. Toledo scored a touchdown with a minute 35 to go in the game. To go up 29 24. Notre Dame's offense was really clunky in this game when Jack Cone, who was benched, came back in and threw a pass for 34 yards to Kevin Austin. Three to a pass to Michael Mayer for six yards. Then a couple of Toledo penalties got him up to the 18 yard line with about a minute to go. Cone hits Michael Mayer, tight end extraordinaire for an 18 yard touchdown pass. They get the two point conversion and they win this game by three. Basically, with a minute to go. These are the cardiac Irish. And according to that, Rittenberg, Brian Kelly did say on the post game. This was live on Peacock quote. You know, we've got a coach better. We've got to play better execute better. We're still trying to find ourselves and a quote. Still went back to the word after last week. Magic Trevor matters here College Game Day on ESPN radio and some major goings on in Ames, Iowa, where Iowa took extended their lead. It looked like and when we last spoke, I said ivory, Kellie Martin had fumbled the football. Well, I guess they ruled his knee was down. Iowa retains possession and then Spencer features hits Charlie Jones on a beautifully thrown ball, and it was well covered. Right in the end zone in stride over his shoulder 26 yards for the score that made it 14 to 3. But then here come the Cyclones right back down. The field broke Purdy to Darren Wilson Jr 49 yards. Down to the Iowa four. It's a first down and goal and it looks like Greece Hall has gone into the end zone for a touchdown. They are ruling on it. They are looking at it and reviewing it, but my goodness, Trevor, if I was staying, they are it does. It is confirmed. If Iowa State goes on to win this game, you will look back at the final. Minutes of this first half where it could have been, and if you're Kirk fans, it should have been 14 to 3 going into the locker room. The defense bends a little bit eventually breaks and Greece Hall is 14th consecutive game with the Russian touchdown point after coming, it'll be 14 to 10. This is how either team is going to have to win. You talk about Iowa, stating that drive its rock Purdy through the air. Neither team is able to run the ball very well. Both of them are in the fifties or sixties. I mean, I was his got 51 yards rushing. Iowa State has 62 yards rushing. Neither one of them is really getting a lot done on the ground. And so who do you like better? I mean, Brock party is the guy coming in as a dark horse Heisman candidate for Iowa State, and he certainly showed on this drive exactly why, But Spencer Petrus, who struggled so much last week in the win over Indiana and really was counting on the defense to have two pick sixes to help bolster the offenses. Poor production couldn't pass the ball last week. All of a sudden now is in what amounts to passers duel with Brock Party because neither running attack is going anywhere. So I mean, who do you like in that kind of thing that it's interesting? I It's Spencer teachers. If you just said, Give me a blank slate. Give me right before the game. I'll take rock pretty But if you look at what Spencer Peaches has done so far, I talk to Kirk parents earlier in the week and said, outside of, you know, just managing the game and this and that. What does he need to do? In order for you guys to come out on top, And the thing he always mentions is turnovers. Just don't turn the ball well right now it's Brock Party has thrown an interception. Spencer Petraeus has thrown a touchdown. And they've got the lead 14 to 10. He was a guy Trevor that you're going to last season. Very up and down, As was the season. I mean games postponement canceled because of Covid. But in the off season he worked hard worked on his mechanics. What were the quarterback grew? Rue is a lot of quarterbacks are doing now. And maybe he's turned a corner here in this game. We'll find out here in the second half. But give me what Spencer Petraeus has looked like, so far. So I think I trust I was defense a little bit more than I do. Iowa states at this point, it's 14 to 10 7 seconds to go in the first half. Peter is a lot more efficient than he was last week. Last week, he was under 50%. Incompletions against Indiana, and he's nine for 14. So I got 99 yards, but he's protecting the ball like you said, and he's distributing it. Well, he's not throwing the ball much down the field. But right now he doesn't really have to. This game reminds me a lot mad like last week's game between Clemson and Georgia, where the defense's are playing very well, and this may well come down to Which offense makes the big mistake right now, As you mentioned broke party of Iowa State is the one who's thrown an interception. Petraeus has not, but I think both quarterbacks are going to have to open it up a little bit in order to be able to win this game because I do not expect the running game of either side to do much in the second half..

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"michael mayer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I went down to Houston to write a story about the worst Major league baseball team in 50 years. It was hard to be Member of that club, if you will, and just not be kind of disappointed or heartbroken, like there was just no good news. The Astros were terrible. But what I saw was an organization with a plan to get better led by a visionary general manager who sought out every last competitive edge he could find. Have you ever been around anybody like him and baseball? Never. Never never, so I made a bold prediction on the cover of sport. It's illustrated that the Astros were about to turn it around. And they were going to win the World Series. Exactly three years later, in 2017, and right on schedule, they actually did. Some people started calling the Astra Dominus and I published a book called Astra Ball, the new Way to Win it all. But then, late last year, a bomb dropped on baseball. And on me. It hurts. The game has gone final in South Bend, Notre Dame survives the late touchdown pass to Michael Mayer, allowing the fighting Irish to escape with a 32 to 29 victory over Toledo. So back to back dramatic victories for Brian Kelly's Irish That's probably a good development for Cincinnati. If the bear cats are going to have the opportunity to potentially play in a 14 playoff, they need impressive non league wins. And having the opportunity to face undefeated, potentially Notre Dame team instead of one that lost at home to Toledo, but theoretically help no doubt about that one. Interesting to see you got. You know Notre Dame. You've gotta transfer quarterback come in, And obviously it's taken them a little bit to get going here. Jack Cohen from Wisconsin, Exactly Jack phones and then the other part of it is with, uh, Cincinnati's former defensive coordinator there. At Notre Dame Marcus Freeman. They're giving up some points this year. 29 in this game after 38 at Florida State. Here comes the kick off. It is going to fly six yards deep in the end zone, another touchdown for a touchback rather for Alex Bales. And the drive start will be at the 25 for Murray State. 28 7 Cincinnati,.

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"michael mayer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"What a start for the Notre Dame offense here in Tallahassee, 12 49 left in the first quarter. Notre Dame on top of Florida State seven to nothing. The fighting Irish just put an exclamation point on their first drive. Jack Cone to Michael Mayer on fourth down and 1 41 Yard touchdown. Congo's four out of four for 82 yards on that Dr Michael Mayer. Three catches for 67 yards, all of the real estate picked up there on that first round. Ryan. Through the air. Unbelievable. Here's also what happened. You had a freshman left tackle. Not give up a second. Any of those past place, right? It's a freshman. You're thinking. Goodness. Can I play at this level? Well, hello, Blake Fischer. You can. They also overcame a penalty and the fourth and one. So right now, you've been through about three of the five situations you want to see in a season if you're an offense. There's a lot of confidence on Notre Dame sideline right now, before we focus on the special teams here in the Notre Dame kickoff team is huddled up as the Florida state receiving team. They are all in their spots, ready to receive the kick as we wait to come out of it. TV time out here inside the stadium, but on that fourth down and one that ended up being the 41 yard touchdown reception for Michael Mayer, Notre Dame wasted zero time in between 3rd and 4th getting right back on the ball with that decision. And then Cone stood in a clean pocket through to a wide open Michel mayor, and I mean no one was within eight yards of him when he caught and sprinted into the end zone offense on the sideline now for the fighting Irish Jonathan Door after kicking the extra point Boots, the ball. It's in the air and from the one yard line, Corey ran across the 15 met at the 20 yard line and push back to.

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"michael mayer" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Nine years of asleep Divorce, but otherwise are you happy? All right. So how did what happened? How did this go? Okay. My husband snores, and we had a sign nine years ago. And we decided, like easier because he would wake up a lot in middle night. So I started sleeping, separate from home and just never went back, and we've been married 11 years. And we've been together, 21 years and out of that time. Nine years not sleeping together has made our marriage great. Which whose bedroom do you guys do it? Dad is we've done a lot of places using Roman. We gotta move around for a new way. You know, it's like they're always switching it up. Yeah, That's what makes it fun. And I'm a role player. So Oh, let me get more on this. Andrea. What kind of role play are we talking about? Like, what was the last one you did? The less well because it was Halloween. So Michael Mayer style What was it? Not the whole murder scene won't murder. Let me hold on to what a murder scene. Well, it wasn't that dramatic, but like he was Michael Myers from Halloween. Like I was a victim with that, Okay? No, not some necrophilia right there. What's up? What? Okay, but it's not Halloween. What would be an example of something you would do like Thanksgiving? Saving up? Let's see what he Oh, what you say? I didn't hear you. We played, doctor a lot s. You have excellent hot. I don't wanna be like your patient. That is the last time he was a doctor. And that was hot. No, there's porn like that. There's a lot more like like, Where does it hurt? Let me help you. Yeah. Thermometer!.

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"michael mayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Two of his highlights four catches for 80 yards with a touchdown. Michael Mayer was the leading receiver for Notre Dame. Five catches 51 yards from the tight end position, earning raves from Joe five. Zeman. It's chronic had four for 54. Von McKinley three for 37. Karen Williams out of the backfield. Three for 14. Tommy tremble had a couple Two for 41, including an oppressive 31 yard reception where you heard all the defender of Clemson early in the game, Avery Davis to catches for 15 yards and Chris Tyree caught one. Ball for seven yards. Moving to the defensive side. Kyle Hamilton, who left the game in the second half with an injury, led Notre Dame with 10 tackles, six solo tackles, an interception and a broken up past. Shawn Crawford had eight tackles, six solo. He also broke up a pass. Jeremiah Lucey Core Amoah seven Total tackles six solos with two tackles for loss. Perished. Leah file had six tackles, three solo tackles Other tackles for loss in the game through White had one Kurt Highness had half of one along with Myron Tongue of Iowa. Moshe. Turner, who ended up the free safety who ended up getting thrown out of the game for targeting, which is going to be costly because he is going to miss The first half of the playoff game. Whoever Clemson ends up Playing in that game free safety Nolan Turner. He had seven tackles with four solo tackles and again Clemson had a total of six sacks in this game. They were well. Spread out among all of the defenders, one of their other star defensive backs who is Ah For a lot of awards quarterback Dairy on Kendrick. Four total tackles, but he also had a sack and 1.5 tackles for loss when you go back to the team numbers And this shows out Clemson dominated. They outgained the Irish 541 yards to 263 yards passing yards. 3 22 2 to 19 rushing yards, and this is huge when you can Balance your offense this way clinched. It ran for 219 yards Notre Dame only for 44 yards in the game, something that Notre Dame had been very good at all year. Third down just three for 12. Today. They shut Clemson down. On third down here in Notre Dame Stadium in November. 7th. Clemson was eight of 14 today and getting back to Notre Dame side. Notre Dame converted its first to third down situations in this game, but for that, after that, they were one for 10. You're not gonna win a lot of games that way. Function ran 66 plays Notre Dame ran 58 plays Clemson averaged 8.2 yards per play 4.5 for the Irish even know Notre Dame One time of possession 31 52 to 28 08. Certainly the sacks costly. Clemson had 6 to 2 for Notre Dame. Notre Dame had five tackles for loss. But Clemson had 10 tackles for loss in this game. The big Two day differences obviously Trevor Laurence. Proved he is the best quarterback in the country. But Clemson's defense played much better. And if for those of you who can stomach it if you want to go back and watch the game, you will notice that Ian book probably ran. Half a mile in this game trying there was one play. I think he ran back there for 15 16 seconds kept his eyes down the field the whole time and none of Notre Dame's Receivers could get open. And so you gotta tip your cap to Clemson. They were the better team today. They deserve to win and they did 34 to 10. We'll be back to hear all of coach Kelly's press conference, which just concluded right after this time out, you're listening to find like fighting Irish football. If.

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"michael mayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Play. It's kind of what they call a split run where the offensive line and one tight end is going to the left. And then here's Kyron Williams and Michael Mayer to the right and Karen Williams is takes off and they work the numbers to create the mismatch and Karen Williams left alone with the safety. Sniff farms. Amazing widens out and the whole sideline for Notre Dame screaming, Get down, get down and pointing to the ground as Karen Williams went down after crossing the market for the first time. Williams 20 carries 118 yards 1st and 10 from the U. N. C. 19 as we approach the three minute mark in book from Under center, hands off Williams across the 20 on the far numbers brought down at the 13 Yard line gain of five tackle made by Cuyler McMichael, Clock's ticking to 49 counting. I'm not sure what North Carolina's doing not taking a time out right here because your name's let this clock go all the way down to two before they snap it next as they showed him. Carolina has all three timeouts left. Williams on this drive four carries for 66 yards now over 100 against Duke, Florida State Louisville in Clemson, trying to put a nail in the coffin here to 27 counting Carolina's still not using a time out. Second down and five from the star. He'll 14 yard line for Hash handbook under center, hands off to Williams up the middle, wrapped up in the backfield and goes down to the 14 yard line. Miles. Murphy, defensive tackle makes the Stop no game plot sticking to afford 203 Notre Dame on top by seven. I'm baffled as to why North Carolina's not taking a time out right now completely baffled. This is the classic case of you Can't take him with you. Yes. You don't get credit for him. Are they expecting some defense is I mean, they're down right now doesn't make sense to some defense is in a tight game. You can play what they called vacate defense. They let the offense score. And then you have your time out. You got three time outs and you didn't take one from two minutes and 50 seconds. And now it's 1 40 left to go in the game. 1 30! Excuse me. And Notre Dame actually takes the time out. Today. They're second half of the plate class. Second come out play clock was down between one and zero there when Notre Dame called that time out, 1 30 left in the game. The fighting Irish on top of North Carolina, 24 17, facing third down and five so Waken wonder all we want about why North Carolina wants to leave three time outs on the board. Now, with the clock ticking in the down seven. How about Kyron Williams in the offensive line on this drive that started on their own sand yard line? Now they're all the way up to the 14 in complete control. Well, that's in addition to their 97 yard.

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"michael mayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The 30 yard line. He just flipped the ball 10 yards. Up in the air. Michael Mayer caught it for a gain of nine. Wow. First down just a Patrick Mahoney's play from me and book he steps up in the pocket is pressured collapses. His left side rolls out to his right kind of holds the ball in his right hand squares his shoulders. The throw says not I can't do that. And then as he's going down with the flick of the wrist Throws his luck up over the rainbow and into the golden hands of Michel Mayor. Wow! Flipped it moving to his left 13 yards in the air for that game tonight, 1st and 10 from the 31 back to the ground around the right side goes, Williams cuts it back up between the hashes. His tackle that 34 yard line after a gain of four among the guests, Tommy Reese and Brian Kelly might go with a pat on the back. But also please don't do that. Don't ever do that again. You're gonna see that highlight on sports center. I mean, one of the most insane, risky acrobatic throws underhand zit with his right hand in the traffic backhands. The football to Michel mayor who That's up for Michel mayor comes back to the ball. Second down seven. Now from their own 34 yard line. 10 Cent in county left in the fourth quarter, he invoked looking over to sideline his Irish on top of North Carolina 24 17 on Notre Dame calls a time out to sound No. Today their first time out of the hat turned out. And we'll take a time out here is well. 10 03 left in the game number two Notre Dame leads North Carolina 24 to 17. You're listening to fighting Irish football toast to Notre Dame football by raising a pint of Guinness. Now I proud partner.

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"michael mayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It look as though Michael Mayer was holding him and pushing him down. But quick action and quick formations from Notre Dame now three separate formations to start in the first four plays there, really putting together an eclectic offense right now. But now they are backed up to their own. 24, Facing first down in 20 book for Hash in the shotgun mayor comes in motion to his left takes the snap. Quick fire out to the right side completed 25 diving out to the far sideline of 28 Yard line goes, Avery Davis caught it right at the line of scrimmage sprinted forward for four yards, so they get a little bit back brings up second down 16, and every Davis is doing the wide receiver screen to the right by the numbers from from a book in the offense. Letting blood Brock right get in front of him to block. We wondered aloud if he and book would come out handing the ball off for running while it's been all about the passes for 44 for 19 Yards, is his second down 15. Drops back two steps looks over the middle steps up. He's been running a lot recently runs across the 35 has cut down at the 35 Justus. He was trying to turn it out to the sideline. He does pick up seven yards Defensive and Antonio's Clayton went low and put in up in the air to bring up third down and not your book really had enough time from the offensive line. Two stepped up and then decided running was his best option. Almost turned the corner to his left as he is, he broke out from the pocket that got brought down, right. At the last minute, making a manageable 39 down to nine as Ryan mentioned ball in the near hash for the Irish moving right to left, 11 43 and counting left in the first no score. The book from a nice pocket throws. The other out to McKinley across the 40 tripped up at the 44 Yard line should be about.

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No. 3 Notre Dame rides big plays to 45-3 win over Pitt

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

No. 3 Notre Dame rides big plays to 45-3 win over Pitt

"Even book passed for three touchdowns and third ranked Notre Dame's defense allowed just one hundred sixty two yards blasting Pittsburgh forty five to three in the win book accounted for three hundred fifty two total yards three twelve through the air he twice it bends chronic for touchdowns Michael Mayer caught another Brian Kelly's team outgained Pitt by two hundred seventy two yards and allowed the Panthers just eleven first downs we needed a play fearless we needed to play with great energy and we need to play makers and we saw all those three things today the Irish move to five in a row and foreign in the ACC Pittsburgh playing without starting quarterback Kenny Pickett fell for a fourth straight game tickets replacement Joey Yellen was intercepted three times Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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"michael mayer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ties in perfectly with our conversation with our our our last guest in the ties to cover gaps every month we assemble as a on a conference call and shoes the Penn station athlete of the month and for this month we honor the following congradulations to Michael Mayer are Penn station athlete of the month Michael from coming to Catholic high school is an outstanding student athlete who strives not only in football and basketball but also maintains a three point five grade point average he'll continue his academic and athletic career at the university of Notre Dame here to tell us more is Tony bachelor Guba come cats athletic director Tony what's the best part about being involved with the Penn station athlete of the month program here at station such a great corporate partner I think they see the value and importance of high school sports and certainly brings in a great level of exposure to schools in an individual who's well what is Michael deserve to be the athlete of the month here Michael's numbers on the field speak for themselves as a starter for three years or so our teams records forty forty one and one no you get a great work ethic great character he's respected by his teachers coaches peers and I think it's best attributes just such a great competitor Michael contribute not only to athletics but also to his school and peers Michael makes everybody around him better in the classroom you know he has a three point five GPA community service wise he's very involved in the community I think he just whoever he's around he brings out the best in him there you have it congratulations again to Michael Mayer are Penn station athlete of the month to nominate a senior student athlete log on a P. essentially dot com Penn station's athlete of the month is sponsored by fox nineteen kiss one oh seven ESPN fifteen thirty and seven hundred W. L. W. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati Democrats say there was misconduct on part of the president while Republicans say nothing bad had nothing illegal happened with the pre game report.

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Centene CEO Michael Neidorff Discusses the Market with Jim Cramer

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

06:41 min | 2 years ago

Centene CEO Michael Neidorff Discusses the Market with Jim Cramer

"Care stocks just aren't getting enough credit for the incredible fundamentals especially best offers like united health group seventeen she's a big administrative government sponsored health pets sure enough two days ago seventeen reported what I call a Nabokov quarter meaning not is fear while the company delivered a nice top and bottom line they also missing some key line I'm so we can over that medical cost ratio found that little niggling frankly the percent of the premiums they collect it goes to paying for healthcare but because the managed care stocks have and crushed by Elizabeth Warren worries and number was all they knew sock exploded higher than the new surging six point five percents single session teens now rallied nearly fifteen point from its lows getting month although it's still twenty seven points away from its highest stock is picking up some members so let's check in with Michael Mayer is the chairman president CEO of seventeen and my favorite healthy. are executive now that he's finally recovered from the Saint Louis Cardinals stinging defeat at the hands of the shocking Washington nationals but you're not going to make money the driver manager okay let's you so much for coming on this quarter was really what odd I think that you just get better and better when this next he'll closes right doing because you've really got a momentum enough and you also announced the by that which I think was great during sign there's a couple of I this was the ninth clean quarter we've had and the other eight we went down for Novi in my mind volatility with her this this was a very good quarter the buyback we have the optionality now that with the proceeds from the sale the socks the copies were divesting and we now have the option retired that or by backstop if we cannot like to buy back stock as a way to for the investors you do want to do well here's what I'm thinking there was a piece in the New York Times Tober eighteenth twenty nine thousand nine how pending decisional bomb care could up in twenty twenty campaign there's a very big federal appeals court decision coming very shortly could happen to this evening for I know we're going to be a lot of misunderstanding at I'm not sure of US knows which way it's going to come out but there are situations which could be very advantageous for seventeen that people nate misjudge but which is by stock when I we called WHO's our investors today we called when the Fifth District Federal Court was going to rule the way they did right now we think there's a chance that the appeals court could turtle we we know that if they don't it's going to the Supreme Court and we think Supreme Court were overturned not five four you'll be sixty or seventy two so We're hoping that the Federal Appeals Court Fifth District does reverse it they do it will just take an over here out right but you I'm presuming you're saying I'm too would be in favor of the four healthcare which absolutely it is the exchanges are shocking people right they're actually doing we're they're allowed to flourish they're flourishing in caution going down people like him and we'll retaining the individuals longer than we historically have though we're down about one point nine million we were staying longer all the time and we have eighty percent of the people each year renewing from the previous year so it's a product like it's where people want to walk in with an insurance card not for free care don't you think that there's been a miscalculation in the big broad presidential debate and lately just in the polls from CNN the other day it looks like the American people are waking up idea that maybe it will cost too much and maybe the care would be subpar on this single payer I was just looking at every other country you go to England they've had single payer forever and there's a private system equal in size for every time a politician I've said it to you before it's too much politics not policy right I tell them why don't you go practice on the postal system no you've had the postal system the private system they'll this this system is working people care they want a couple of employees in Italy and one of my employees contain costs in a single payer is withhold services I've had people in England Germany France as us to open up medical tourism spots in the former Eastern European bloc so they can go get the knee replacement of what things they can't normally get one more fast sure have to confirm this there I believe there are about ten times as many M is in Canada as find the Mayo clinic in Rochester Minnesota thing about this what that means if this four if there's seventy four in Rochester some of that nature there's only even forty two whole country I mean is there so's dynamics that's great numbers on post road now I go through this gigantic acquisition welfare I don't know how do it for instance I was okay so where are we now it's Illinois in New Jersey I mean every state do you have to make a presentation every state in why can these two states hold you up well they're not they're not going to New Jersey they seem to be last that's okay they they're going to the review right now there are some some things in Illinois it's virtually going to be resolved any time now I it's it's a clean it's very clean acquisition okay now the we're working with justice I any trust any trust is it's hard to see who's the states can decide how many players they want anytime and what the rates are okay what question do you think that people are beginning of when it was warn really raises less corn and more hell are people actually starting to get frightened about the the dollars that will cost you think it's starting to sing I hope so because the numbers I've seen that that single payer program Medicare for we'll have somewhere between twenty five and thirty eight trillion dollars over ten years here's the budget for ten years is fifty six trillion dollars they get about what that means 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Dallas man allegedly kills burglar then heads back to bed

Austin's Morning News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas man allegedly kills burglar then heads back to bed

"Here about one of the owners are saying about a seventy two year old Dallas man fatally shot a suspected burglar behind his home and they just went back to bed and then finally called police a couple of hours later James Michael Mayer has been charged with murder in the killing and was jailed on one hundred fifty thousand dollars bail according to the arrest warrant affidavit Meyer told police he was awakened at around five AM Thursday by noise outside and saw someone trying to break into his storage shed with a pickaxe Meyer says he yelled at the person to stop for you shoot he told police the. it took several steps toward him he fired and then fired again quote into the night as the person ran away Meyer says he then went back to bed there you go back to bed aha well you know get every silly got to have you're gonna have a solid date

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Dallas man allegedly kills burglar then heads back to bed

Sterling on Sunday

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas man allegedly kills burglar then heads back to bed

"A Dallas man is charged with murder after allegedly shooting at a burglar and then going back to bed the shooting happened early Thursday morning according to a police affidavit James Michael Mayer says he heard a noise around five AM and saw someone trying to break into a shed he shot at the suspect and went back to bed two hours later he says he found a body at a nearby park the affidavit also says his wife called a lawyer before Meyer called nine

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"michael mayer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm Beth peril. Michael Mayer is with me on the line. He's the CEO of the Florida small business development center or the SPDC network, and we're going to be talking about hurricane season. Thank you so much for joining me. Glad to be with the best. Thank you. Let me give you a moment, though to talk about your real mission. What is the SPDC tasked with doing certainly the Florida SPDC or small business development centers, actually, stay small business development agency, during blue-sky days. We're charged with providing the intellectual capital that small businesses need in order to grow their enterprises ultimately, and hopes that the, the, the grow and add to the economic base of Florida. We do that by providing no cost access to professional business consultants, who work with our small businesses, one on one to basically think strategically about how to grow their enterprise, whether or not, it's since with helping them access capital. For investment in their business or looking for new market opportunities growing their business through government contracting, expanding beyond domestic markets into international market opportunities, or just expanding into expanding to good ac- market opportunities. We're just simply there to provide that intellectual capital that small businesses really need to grow and prosper. I went to let people know they can go online to Florida SB c dot org to get information and connect with you. But when you say small business, how small well, we, you know, we the federal definition of small is businesses with your than five hundred employees, but that's actually quite a large business, and that makes up more than ninety nine percent of all businesses in the state of Florida. But when we think small we're actually talking about businesses between five and fifty employees. That's really our niche, and that's still represents more than ninety five percent of the businesses in the state of Florida. That's really. Where the rubber road in really wear since is, is best suited to help. Those are businesses that are generally owned by the proprietor, who created the business and really has maybe plateaued and doesn't really understand or know how to take business from, you know, where it where is and where could be. And so that's where, you know, actual capital is really best position to assist and out of curiosity. How do you work with him because, of course you work across the state. Is this a one on one kind of support? It is. Yeah. Yeah. So we work one on one. It's confidential one on one consulting that we provide access through one of our forty five offices across the state. We have about two hundred fifty employees most of those being these consultants who were and do this one on one consulting with our small and businesses. Let's talk about that idea of hurricane preparation. But maybe to do that we should start with the aftermath. I know you've worked quite a bit. With businesses that suffered and the storms over the past couple of years. Yeah. Most certainly, you know, there's been four major hurricanes that have hit Florida's since two thousand sixteen and there hasn't been once square acre that has not been affected in Florida by one of these four hurricanes. So the Florida SPDC is an important part of being really the first responders for four small businesses in our state following a major event, we'll part of the state's emergency response team specifically for what they call the emergency support function for business industry and economic stability. And it's all part of a larger team made up of, of state and federal agency partners, along with other associations and business organizations who have a vested interest in sure, in that our businesses are able to recover quickly, but we're really the feet on the street working to coordinate that federal, and state assistance. That's that's available after a major event. We help the state of Florida. The Florida Department of economic opportunity, administer the Florida, small business emergency bridge loan program. That's a quick emergency capital, that helps businesses get the capital that they need in order to make the necessary.

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"michael mayer" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"You have plans to grow this thing in what's become this kind of like customer acquisition like consumer rat race where you read tomatoes, and we'll let her and if he's right forty cents on the dollar of every venture dollars, going, Google and Facebook for paid acquisition. Oh, it's absolutely true. And I think that's the number one cause of startup death after the early years, you know, it's just your acquisition costs blowing up. And actually you asked earlier what the biggest pushback people. We'll have. And that's probably actually the best pushback. It's like how are you going to choir customers at scale when this is almost impossible for us. We have this magical quality where we can acquire coffee customers at break, even and then start pushing other products on the channel. So we don't have to figure out how to constantly acquire. There's tons of potential for revenue expansion, so once our customer acquisition costs blows up on coffee. We can really just start pushing out other products at basically euro acquisition costs just by adding more products to the store, and that's free. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We'll see that's basically the strategy which might make other people uncomfortable. Hey, when are you going to start pushing other products down the channel, I never give an actual answer. I'm like, oh when customer acquisition cost blows up. You mean like one hundred thousand customers and a million customers ten million? I don't know when customer acquisition blows up lake when we can't profitably choir coffee customers anymore. Then you start pushing other things so we'll take a book and approach to this. So we kinda started with some non business ideas. And then did some business for awhile. And we'll do we'll close the bunch of non business or maybe visit ideas, but not pertaining specifically to bottomless. So couple of the ideas of yours that I've enjoyed one is this cycle of this. I think he called it like the commercial loop or something somewhere where you move from. If something is hard for most people to by making it cheaper and cheaper..

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03:23 min | 3 years ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"But it's kind of fulfilling to work hard towards goal. Lot of entrepreneurs talk about that you motion roller coaster, and I think it's absolutely true. When you're putting your whole life into something. That's so high variance gets pretty natural to to have high variance feelings about it. You have one customer cancel. And you think you don't have that much data early on? I was only fifteen customers and the results from it were great. But like we would lose one of them. And I'd be like, oh, God, we're screwed. This is definitely not going to work small sample sizes can create a lot of things -iety. It's been the best moment the subjectively like emotional moment. Probably the first time. I got my retention graph up and running and actually looked and said holy crap. We have that long run cohort is now buying more coffee than they did in month. Six. They're on month eighteen or something and they buy more coffee now than they did month six and in general, the cohorts will go down, but then they'll flatten out and just recently. I did it again for like our more recent cohorts, and we actually see them starting to go up very early. And that's probably because our scales are working better now. And so it's getting even better. So that's important validation. Customers will send messages saying somebody told me it's like having somebody do my laundry. I love bottomless is like having somebody do my laundry and so good. That's a good complement. Or like, I called a lot of customers and ask them questions about bottomless. I asked them like how much would I have to pay you to cancel the service? So I think that's a pretty interesting way to figure out the humor surplus, and you know, when people told me a thousand dollars in I said, no like really how much and they said a thousand dollars like you don't get it before bottomless. I was getting my car and driving to a coffee roaster, and I was running out all the time too. And you're saving me a half an hour of time regularly. And if I play that out for the next couple of years, it's easily worth a thousand dollars, and that's validation. And all. Also, people say that you shouldn't care about investor validation. But I think that's bullshit investor validation is important if you can convince smart people to part with their money or their LP's money and believe in your vision that really means a lot especially the angel investors that have invested in us and are putting their personal money in to those are great moments. That's great validation. And it's great to bring people on and see that they believe in what you're doing. Can you talk about? Why combinator? Oh, yeah. Can we got into? I see that was a really nice moment. What was that process? Like anything interesting in that process. Where was just apply. Got. Well, the interesting thing is so they fly people from around the world to do interviews. But the interviews only ten minutes. Right. Like, actually, it's only ten minutes. We were only flying down from Seattle. And that's not that big deal. But there's people flying from all over the world. I one of the white sea dinners. We saw these people from Columbia and they flew flew from Columbia to San Francisco to meet for ten minutes. You know, that's a little insane. I understand why they do it. Because if it weren't ten minutes, they actually couldn't interview people face to face. So that sort of a crazy part of the process, and then another part of it. They give you the feedback same day, which is really awesome, right because it's good. It's It's good. good to it's good to know. The funny thing is they call you if you get in, and they Email you if you don't and we are waiting that afternoon. I happen to have done some food orders. And so I kept getting calls from local numbers. My order got screwed up. So I got ten calls from like different local numbers and every time out answering..

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02:51 min | 3 years ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"You already have your Senate. You don't wanna pay for reordering hardware? You just want to get your stuff when you need it. So one of our most important design considerations was just. We can give this away to people for free and make money off of the actual coffee in the subscription. So we kept it purposefully exemple, and I don't think in the future we're going to add any bells and whistles this just one button to do the wifi sink. And that's it. And I think that's how it should be. We've got this process where you are creating a really interesting disintermediation marketplace kind of model it's like a lot of the modern technologies all at once and one side of this is is roasters. So I'm curious what you've learned about that side of the business, and what kind of receptivity you've gotten when you go and say, you know, I wanna sign you up for this thing like all you'll have to do is ship directly, and we're just going to be like a customer acquisition vehicle for you for free. Like, it sounds like a good pitch. Well, they do give us wholesale price for the most part. So you do have to sort of convince him a little bit. But it's been surprisingly easy for a couple of reasons. First of all all of these roasters are e commerce enabled already if you look up a random. Mm coffee roaster that you like onstar. They're going to be selling online already. And that's thanks to shop a fi. So we're kind of riding on top of some waves of ecommerce fully penetrating into the economy. They're already shipping individual bags. So it's not that hard to convince them to ship our individual bags and also they're very familiar with this problem. They see their customers turn out a subscriptions all the time. They see people complain saying, hey, I have five bags and I want a refund for four of them because they're all going stale. And so that when we go, and we tell them about this. They're very excited and a lot of them really want to get on board because they want their coffee to be super fresh. They don't want people having multiple banks piling up because it doesn't present their coffee. Well, and part of our value proposition is that we actually ship at the right time and people can select whether they care more about freshness or not running out and a lot of our customers do care about freshness. So the roasters love that they want people to enjoy their their coffee. Add like, the optimal time one of the things. I'm always interested in in any of these like strategic power frameworks, whether it's porters or. Or Hellmers or whomever is is is supplier power. And I'm curious how you think about supplier power right now. And maybe prospectively I would love to say that suppliers. Don't have a lot of power in this model. But in reality, they kind of do because people are very brand sensitive. So could put a cherry on top of that. But we do own the customer relationship and calf of customers pick just like rotating product like a pen Dora. Yeah. Exactly. And so we can ship whatever we want, and that's a massive amount of leverage for us. So there's some supplier power you see a lot of very valuable businesses just own the customer relationship. And I think that's something that is sort of underexplored from a business strategy perspective. I have been thinking about why that is. And I don't think I really know. Exactly..

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"A lot more than they used to. Similarly, I think making stock levels, and and consumption speed legible will actually make subscriptions. It's a reality in a lot more cases than currently exists. It will definitely expand the market if you have subscriptions that actually work. I guess one was sumptious that this relies on is that people consume at a rate that isn't really simple and obvious. So it just so happens that we consume a bag of coffee per week or the perfect we consume perfectly one bag of coffee per week. So and then it runs maybe like every six or seven weeks, we need one supplemental bag, so I'm is probably as close to like the perfect standard subscription service as possible. Some talk about giving the data that you gathered so far what the normal customer looks like that's probably looks way different than me. Oh, people are totally variable in their consumption. It's all over the map and even people that consume regularly every day will see inflection points where suddenly they start consuming faster or slower indefinitely people go on vacation. And then we automatically sort of like don't ship for you because you're flat lining. So. Yeah. When I. Started this. I thought that we would have to focus on things that were very variable consent coffee for some people, you can imagine other examples, and I remember I was doing a pitch to somebody for the business, and I was telling them we'll coffee works. Really, well, but it wouldn't work for something like razors. That's why Dollar Shave Club works. There's this massive subscription, boom after Dollar Shave Club..

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"So right now, we're coffee company in the future. Who knows I love this idea? Because I mean, the obvious analogy is Amazon had to pick something I write in to express its core idea, and you know, you pick coffee, so I want to talk about coffee because I think it's an interesting one to start, but the more interesting aspect is the measurement and the scale. So if you mentioned the word legibility earlier, which I think is a really a critical word that word specifically that ties back to this notion of software eating everything. So talk about that connection, and the type of legibility you're trying to create and why that specifically do you think is interesting and hasn't been done anytime. You can make something important legible. All to computers, you can change the world. If you look at all of the revolutions that happened after smartphones got significant penetration. It was because suddenly people's locations where legible and the world around them was legible with cameras. Suddenly, you have birds Instagram all these things so fundamentally were making the stock level in your house of coffee legible to us, and then eventually to coffee sellers and not just your level. But also using those levels we can figure out how faster going through it so previously where you have taxis. People's location isn't legible people have to call to get a taxi. And then the dispatcher has still call a taxi driver, and it's this whole laborious process than with Uber. When you make everything legible to network, suddenly it's much more efficient, and suddenly you see people using taxis..

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02:41 min | 3 years ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Yeah. I mean, if you read something that is still being recommended by people ten years later anytime, you get a book recommendation for something that's thirty years old. If it's thirty years older thousand years old, you should feel your brain with that stuff as much as you can before we lose, the thread, the reasons why you think the standard system of education is busted be interested in that. We have this system of of education where essentially everybody needs to learn at the same pace, and it makes sense. It's like a batch process batch processes are more efficient. So to the degree that information needs to be coming from the teacher from one source, then you need to have batch. Processing of students. Otherwise, it's very inefficient have one to one teacher student relationships so up until the moment where self education was really possible. You absolutely need to have the system of education that we have today, otherwise it's way too expensive. So you have this system where the teacher teaches to the media and are probably slightly above the median, but trying to get as many kids covered in the bell curve as possible by any lesson, which is okay. It makes sense. You lose the kids at the top. And you lose the kids at the bottom. But that's what you have to do nowadays self education is obsolete possible. I've completely taught myself code, but it doesn't have to be code. It can be virtually anything, and you can have teachers as helpers while students are learning at their own pace. And now would I know people have wanted to do that for a long time? And that might just be one of those ideas that failed for a long time because there were good reasons why it didn't work. But now, it might work. I would just recommend. Send people to actually try to learn things themselves rather than pay somebody two thousand dollars for a course that you just show up to and browse Facebook, the whole time it's in this way of thinking about it for me. Like now is a dad. This is kind of the thing. I think about more than anything else. Right. Like, it feels like since I'm not I'm not home schooling, my kids, obviously, that's that could be one option that seems a little too daunting but trying to steer the ship. A little bit away from the process, which left me so uninspired, and in this kind of wilderness, is is something I think about a lot. So let's talk a little bit about the formation of this business. And how the business represents all of these interests intersected kind of what the challenges are what the advantages are. Why might be interesting? So I describe what the businesses it's actually pretty straightforward that has a million really interesting, very deep rabbit holes underneath the simple surface points. So describe the business and then we'll go down each. Yeah. It's really funny, and it almost sounds trivial. Simple. But it's essentially smart subscri-. Option that figures out the perfect time to ship. You your next order using a weight sensor, so.

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04:09 min | 3 years ago

"michael mayer" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"But now, there's probably just not much alpha left unless you have some other unique insight. So I think you have to be careful following trends. And in particular, contrarian ideas, which is sort of counterintuitive you would think contrarian ideas are away to avoid the trend by the time that you hear them. They're not. Raring anymore by definition, you need to originate them. Not call them. Yeah. Yeah. You're you're just one of the average you have to understand like you're one of the average people out there. And by the time, the contrarian idea hits your minds, assuming that you didn't come up with yourself that you've found it online. You read about it. It's not controlling any more, and it's actually probably less likely to work than mainstream because contrary ideas contingent and the opportunity vanishes once people discover it before we lose track of some of the writing stuff because I do want to spend quite a long time on on the business and your thoughts on the competitive landscape in this world, I'm curious your thoughts on the intersection of education and social capital, which you talked about earlier. So if you believe that there's I think some way to build social capital through sharing interesting ideas, I guess is kind of the way that you've done it. But I think you, and I share some maybe we'll call it negative view on classical education. I just love to get your take on on your own education. You mentioned dropping out of school before theory. Your school. And then obviously, your activity has been very countered to that. So talk about social capital, how you think it's most effectively built in your thoughts in education, the traditional ways of building social capital are definitely useful. If you can get a Harvard degree or Stanford degree, of course. But even then they can only be so valuable because they're being minted you're still replaceable with another Harvard MBA, but if you can create social capital in a total unique way, you're totally irreplaceable. And that that is much more valuable, even if what you're doing if you imagine that it's more valuable than credential that is stamped out almost an industrial process. You can do something that's actually less impressive than a Harvard. MBA for instance, for me, I've built up a number of pseudomonas accounts. Maybe doing that is actually not as impressive as being like, a Harvard undergrad, and like a Stanford MBA or whatever it may be. But it's unique. But even if it's less impressive. It is almost more valuable because you can't. Replace that super interesting. Do you think there's any rules? And I think that's there's no. But do you think there's any kind of playbook for original social capital creation, other than just I guess authentic pursuit of what interests you sharing of it? Are there any rules or maybe not rules? But just things that as you've continued to do it. You would say you've learned or beliefs about it. They have strengthened in the process, I think that originality is important and in order to achieve some degree of originality, you need to have an original information diet, you're not really that special. If you consume the same information as everybody else, how are you going to come up with unique ideas, maybe you can like maybe you're such a fantastic algorithm that you can combine those in unique way, but fundamentally it's unlikely so if you can find a way to try to inject random unique interesting things into your mind at a regular point and. Also, try to regularly inject good contents into your mind. I know a lot of people basically spend ninety percent of their information consumption on sports and serial TV shows and stuff like that. Then they try to come up with unique insights about Tekere business. And it's like, good luck. Man. I started cutting out a lot of what I consider junk information. When one day, I was I was in the shower. And I was sitting there thinking, oh should the team trade ex player. Or would it be better? If the head coach took this player and put them in the rotation, and I had this epiphany that will is this. What I know is this what I want the stuff of my thought to be is this what I want to be having a Pitney about in my adding value to my life or the lives of other people by having an inside about the configuration of what players play at what time in some regional sports team really not to get back to..

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