31 Burst results for "Mike Kelly"
David Kellum, Voice of Ole Miss, Talks About How He Got His Start at Ole Miss
"David kelham. Who is the voice of the ole miss rebels He's been part of that program for going on for decades And you know what a time to be at ole miss with the football program under lane kiffin the basketball program doing quite well and then the baseball program only being number one in the country we had One of the stars of the team on the other day and david. I know. Fridays are pretty busy times with baseball and everything. But we appreciate you making time for us and how are you sure doing great polyp sitting at the box waiting for us to play belmont here at six thirty our time. So it's great. You called me the perfect time but good to be only. I have seen this before in her different friends. But i would be intrigued the because sometimes it takes a long time to get a a prime job like you have now especially with the the just the absolute zeal for almost baseball but You apparently got started pretty early. Yep i started basically in highschool to be honest with that kind of tricked tricks my way into this job I was a senior in high school. My mother was professor suter. Don't miss and i used to hang out of her office a lot and radio. Tv was under theater and campus radio station which was w cbi at that. Time was carrying ole miss baseball and it was on cable. Only the students were gone. The professors were known. This guy comes blowing out of the station ex. My mother's office and he's gotta find somebody these games. Everybody's gone and so. I told him i said i can do him. He said who are you. Don't even go was and so. He thought hosted freshman. Ole miss which i was not as a senior high school. But i did the seventy seven. Sec tournament for ole miss on the campus radio station as a eighteen year old. So that's how. That's how. I got my and they hired by the local radio station. The final years that this jack you know how that goes and started doing baseball and seventy eight. It's baseball and women's basketball through. Eighty eight became the lead announcer in football men's basketball and continue to baseball in eighty nine. I mean that's i'm always Always admire people not only for for excelling but being able to to stay in a job. That long. And i don't mean that i mean and i say that because there's all misses the perfect exception it is the perfect example there. There are a lot of changes that have happened then. You never really know what's going to happen. I've seen it firsthand with When when i first started in birmingham legendary voice of the crimson tide was out with a new a new administration. How how how do you hang on. And i don't mean hang on. How do you stay in the job like that. For for as long as you do considering the politics of of intercollegiate athletics. Just don't criticize the coaches and you told a long time ago point. Because they rarely they rarely pop up these jobs to. There's more opportunity now. I teach a class at old miss. We're not teaching this spring because of the pandemic but i teach sportscasting class. And when i got my shot to be in radio radio was basically it. I mean you didn't have the live streaming opportunities the podcast opportunities and all the things that are going on today And so it has been difficult. But it's funny. you should mention. I've had kids through the years that like meet the rebels day would come up to me and say i'm gonna have your job someday and i soon i've got a few more years. You know thinking back my mind but this past year A kid said that's means that ten years old and hit him. Like you might be the one because i put in a tiny years this point when i got started John waters at tennessee. Larry months was the georgia jim. Five was it auburn jet crystal. Was it stay. You had k would lead for Kentucky rely at alabama. Mickey floor. Jim halt on lsu had just started a little bit before me. And then of course. Later we get all eels outta arkansas about voltage for south carolina and more recently dave south from texas mike kelly from missouri. But that list of names Just incredible announcers across this leaks. And when i first got in the youngest announcing the sec felt very very fortunate. The following year Our buddy west. Durham came in Demand or bill before we went to go to georgia tech. He became the second youngest announcer. We're sitting at a football media days in birmingham which of course you know all about vendor several of them and we're not a little broadcast meeting we're looking around the room and some of those names that just mentioned for sitting there and westland over to me now. He's got a legendary dad. He grew up with and woody but he said you intimidated. I said apps so We were surrounded by that early in our careers which is really really cool. And unique to get to know those men and lean on those that we were kinda the young bucks at the time and that we've kind of become not necessarily legends but longevity We're we're the ones that have been around a while.
Supreme Court dismisses Trump allies' challenge to Pennsylvania election
"The Supreme Court has denied a request by Trump allies to overturn the election Results in Pennsylvania justices in short order late today rejected a last ditch effort by Republicans led by Western P a congressman Mike Kelly. Block the results in this battleground state that put Joe Biden over the top in electoral votes. CBS News Election law expert David Becker says he's not surprised by the decision. There were no facts or law to support Claims made by representative Kelly and others in this case, which thought to throw out millions of legally cast votes in Pennsylvania, who voted by methods that were passed and approved by the Republican legislature over a year ago. The action by the nation's highest court, which includes three justices named by Trump came with a one sentence denial. No dissents or recusals were noted. So it appears new Associate Justice Amy Cockney Barrett participated. The Supreme Court's decision adds to the court losses of President Trump, who made unfounded claims that the election was rife with fraud and illegal votes. As an electro Biden defeated Mr Trump by more than 8 80,000 votes here
High court rejects GOP bid to halt Biden's Pennsylvania win
"The U. S. Supreme Court has just rejected a last ditch effort by Republicans to reverse Joe Biden's victory in Pennsylvania without comment the nation's highest court refused to negate the vote certification process and Pennsylvania Republican congressman Mike Kelly and others ask the justices to intervene after the state's Supreme Court turned away their case the Republicans argue Pennsylvania's vote by mail law is unconstitutional because it wasn't passed as a constitutional amendment the governor's already certified Biden's win in Pennsylvania the state's twenty electors are set to meet December fourteenth to cast their votes for Biden Jackie Quinn Washington
Sidney Powell lawsuit aimed at decertifying Georgia results dismissed
"Morning, Sidney Powell. Had her lawsuits dismissed in Georgia and Michigan. This was the cracking lawsuit. This is about voter fraud in terms of the actual machines, Dominion voting machines and And and the changing of votes. The lawsuit also Talks about errors haven't do it absentee ballots and vote counting. In Michigan, the U. S District Court judge Linda Partners of the Because the election is taken place and its results of uncertified. It's too late to grant an injunction. That's a weird take. This whole idea of The timing, just like they said in Pennsylvania, when representative Mike Kelly brought the lawsuit, they said, Well, where were you all these months ago when they changed the law, But they didn't change the law. The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania said. It's okay to do these mail in ballots. It's okay to extend deadlines. The Legislature didn't It is that conversation that needs to go in front of the Supreme Court and decisions must be made. This idea of too late is getting more and more peculiar. How could they have done something earlier when they didn't know what was happening? They had to get the information before they could engage the lawsuit. Now you're telling them that you late because there was already certification. That's That's a peculiar
"mike kelly" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Is one impressive group. Another minute or two with mike kelly. Speaking of impressive. Let's flip over to the basketball side of things and ice win over wichita state yesterday. They've got a home win. A neutral site win a road win. It's three and start for console martin and company. Mike as you look at what the hoops team has done again amid stay a lot of uncertainty amidst season like basketball where you may not even know who your next opponent is going to be albeit in the very early returns. What have you seen so far. Well i think they look like experienced team that we thought they would look like when the season began in. And you know when you have as many distractions as as the pandemic has provided for sports Those with experienced those that are mature those have been through their share had their share of adversity throughout the course of careers. I think those are the ones with the that kind of adjust in can handle things. This is an experienced team and and they're playing like an experienced team and you know they're they're showing a lot of maturity They they don't panic You know they've got a couple of. I think important ball games this week. Liberty is is not a team that should be taken light and lightly. They've already beaten. Mississippi state already beaten south carolina. The sec So that'll be a game. That zuriel need to play well in on wednesday night and then you get the bragging rights game coming up on saturday against a terrific illinois team so i just think that this is this is condos best team. Even you know going back to his first era when he cashes roberson jon porter You know and michael. Four game or three I i think this is going to prove esteem. top to bottom from collective standpoint You know and and it's gonna be fun to watch them. Continue to develop you know. I mentioned like the way the football team won on saturday. And i don't think we see that kind of win a couple years ago. You another game where you only got eighteen minutes out of jeremiah. Tillman on the road against wichita state. overcame some adversity. Were able to fight back and still won. That game is at a team that the basketball team. The last couple of years ago does not win mike. Well you know yeah. I don't know that that's that's a good point. And and i don't know that i've got the answer because it was you know as a game. Zuri control the once. They took the lead after they only trailed once in the game. Two to nothing so once they took control they hit control. But you know. I think the thing that you saw that when when which tough made its run to cut it to four at half rated panic they came out in the second. Half in a very workman-like fashion were able stretch the lead to as many seventeen in the second half and then didn't handle things the way you would like them to down the stretch too many files allowing which to cut in the lead but Yeah i don't know if i can answer with the previous team i just don't but I know this the this team is better than they were over the last couple of years and again you get guys that are playing at a different level right. Now and guys that are healthy and it's important for for telman who You know his his second foul was really one that you know. I think if you asked him he knows exactly what he did. Wrong from a defensive standpoint of third foul just trying to be aggressive hedging on a screen on and maybe it's just a little bit step slow off all thanks learned from at least. You're not seeing the Consistent kind of Ill-advice files that you saw from him early in his career. Mike kelly we appreciate it man. I know busy Weekend and another busy week coming up but should be on with liberty and then sixth ranked illinois liberties. Probably better than wichita state. Be a big test on wednesday and then of course georgia coming up over the weekend. Thanks to the chatman. All the best and we'll talk to you soon. Enjoying listening what he took her scoff got.
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Supreme Court Throws Out Republican Congressman’s Lawsuit Challenging All Mail-In Votes
"Court has unanimously unanimously dismissed dismissed the the lawsuit lawsuit by by Republican Republican lawmakers lawmakers dealing dealing another another blow blow to to the the president's president's reelection reelection campaign campaign Cable Cable Ow Ow is is Antoinette Antoinette Lee Lee has has that that story. story. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed a lawsuit by Republican lawmakers, claiming the state's mailing voting law is unconstitutional and reversed a lower court's order that puts certification of the vote on hold. The court says the lawmakers led by western Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Kelly waited too long until After the election and days before certification to follow suit on that basis. In a concurring statement, Justice David Wet notes There's no mechanism for the state Legislature to choose the state's electors, one of the suggestions GOP lawmakers made in their suit and swing at Lee Cala
Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump
"Wisconsin's two largest counties completed ballot recounts today, confirming President elect Joe Biden's win by some 20,000 votes there, and Sarah Schneider of member station W. E s a reports Pennsylvania's Supreme Court has thrown out a lawsuit that sought to declare millions of mail in ballots in the state unconstitutional. Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and Sean Parnell, a Republican who led an unsuccessful bid to unseat US representative Connor Lamb were among the plaintiffs. The suit cited issues with law enacted a year ago that let Pennsylvanians vote by mail without an excuse. The state Supreme Court dismissed the case because they say the suit wasn't filed in a timely manner. Days ago, the Republican State Court judge handling the case agreed to halt further certification of the vote count. Governor Tom Wolfe and Secretary of State Kathy Book far appealed to the state Supreme Court, saying the suit could interfere with the state's ceding its electors
Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses another election case brought by Republicans
"Court striking down a Republican lawsuit to toss out more than two million mail in ballots. Speech justices unanimously dismissing the case led by GOP Congressman Mike Kelly, in a concurring statement, Justice David West writing They have failed to allege that even a single mail in ballot was fraudulently cast or counted. At least
Pa. Supreme Court dismisses GOP congressman's lawsuit that sought to invalidate mail-in votes
"Supreme Court rejected a request to toss out all mail in ballots in the state Congressman Mike Kelly and seven other Republicans filed the complaint and ask that the court let the GOP controlled state Legislature decide who won. The court ruled unanimously. The plaintiffs had waited too long to bring their lawsuit challenging a 2019 law that created no excuse mail voting about 2.6 million voters casting their ballot. By mail in Pennsylvania during the 2020 election. College
Pennsylvania high court nixes mail-in ballot challenge
"Pennsylvania Supreme Court today, tossing out a court challenge focused on mail in voting. The case was brought by Pennsylvania Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and another Republican candidate for Congress, alleging At the state legislature had not legally passed the measure allowing for universal Mail in voting. Over 30 lawsuits brought by the Trump campaign have been tossed out of court.
Pennsylvania court dismisses lawsuit trying to toss mail ballots
"Shot lawsuit that sought to toss out all mail in ballots in the state. Congressman Mike Kelly and seven other Republicans filed the complaint and asked the court to let the state Legislature decide who won the state Republicans control the legislature. The court ruled unanimously. The plaintiffs had waited too long to bring their lawsuit challenging a 2019 love that created no excuse mail voting. President elect Joe Biden will have
Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses GOP congressman's lawsuit that sought to invalidate mail-in votes
"Pennsylvania Supreme Court is rejecting a long shot lawsuit that sought to toss out all mail in ballots in the state. Congressman Mike Kelly and seven other Republicans filed a complaint and asked the court to let the state Legislature decide who won the state Republicans control the legislature. The court ruled unanimously. The plaintiffs had waited too long to bring their lawsuit challenging a 2019 law that created no excuse mail
Pennsylvania’s top court expected to act quickly on appeal to let state proceed with election certification
"Say a court order to halt the vote certification process could interfere with the state ceding its electors. Tom Wolfe and Pennsylvania secretary of State Catholic Book Bar Filed an appeal in the state Supreme Court, which is expected to act quickly. Emily Previn, the from member station W I. T F has more. Wednesday's flurry of court action stems from Republican Congressman Mike Kelly's lawsuit seeking to throw out mail in ballots cast November 3rd. Kelly asserts a law enacted by the Pennsylvania Legislature permitting mail in voting without an excuse is unconstitutional. Wolf and book far had announced Tuesday that presidential vote counts were certified and President elect Joe Biden officially won the state. Then Kelly's team persuaded a Republican State court judge handling his case to halt certification. Now, Wolf and book far are asking Pennsylvania's high court where five of seven justices are Democrats to take the case and let certification move forward for NPR
Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits
"At least a dozen lawmakers Democrats and Republicans have ties to organizations that receive some of the six hundred and fifty nine billion dollars from the paycheck protection program meant for federal coronavirus aid that's according to newly released government data under pressure from Congress and outside groups the trump administration disclosed some recipients car dealerships owned by Republican house members Roger Williams Vern Buchanan and Mike Kelly receive money so did a fast food franchise owned by Republican Kevin Hearn a law firm owned by the husband of democratic senator Jeanne Shaheen and the former law firm of democratic representative Matt Cartwright which employs his wife members of Congress and their families are not barred from receiving loans under the PPP and there is no evidence they receive special treatment I'm Julie Walker
"mike kelly" Discussed on The View
"Hello and welcome to the view where anything can happen. We're living life and real time. Sometimes we're chasing our cats around or check the size of our butts in the mirror. We're looking down at our chest and hoping that at some point they'll rise up with everything else so we are here and we're here for you and it was nice to us know. I just decided that we have to be we have to. We have to bring some levity even though we're talking about all of this horrific stuff every day so I'm just trying to keep it up and open so there were signs of hope yesterday after an early trial of potential corona virus vaccine had really promising results. Everybody's very excited but then you know who turn the good mood into really suck after announcing that he's going a whole different route. Take a love hydroxy when right now a couple of weeks ago started taking. Because I think it's kind of a lot of good stories and if it's not good at you right duck to get hurt by it. It's been around for forty years from malaria for Lupus for other things I'd take it. Well it did seem like everybody's mouth dropped open because experts seemed to be warning against just taking it because of potentially deadly side effects. But just this morning. His press secretary backed him up with this claim now July. Do you believe he's taken classy clogged clamped announce? Doing all this hydro Quinn. Yes yeah hydrochloric. So do you believe he's taken? I can't believe no I can't believe it. Now it comes up with this you know. Here's the thing. He says he's been on this thing for two and a half weeks something but when you read the side effects psychosis paranoia hair loss. I think he's been on it for three and a half years sir seriously seriously. I think that he's lying about everything you know so I think his life he's distracting from Pompeo and the I G scandal. He's Joe Biden is kicking his butt in the polls. He's losing senior citizen votes. All over the place. Even in swing states like Arizona might be turning blue his attacks on Obama a going nowhere. He will distract you anything that makes him look bad. And this this all this stuff that's going on right now makes him look bad and that's why his doing this. That is my opinion so even conservative media outlets that are usually you know. Sort of staunchly by his side are sounding alarm. Bells is responsible for him to be taken an even with the risk sunny. Is this a smart move? I don't think it's a smart move regardless of whether or not you believe in the job that he's doing he's still the president of the United States and because at his weight he is obese under the guidelines because of his age group. He's I believe seventy three There are a lot of side effects here and I don't understand why if he tested negative over and over again for the corona virus why he would be taking this medication there. No there's no indication that it would prevent you getting the corona virus it has there have been some studies saying that you can treat corona virus with it. Although those studies haven't been affected the other thing is what about the people? Now that will rush out to buy that medication or try to attain that medication because the president said he is taking it. What about the people that really need it that suffer from? Let's say Lupus now. They'll be a shortage so that also indicates that it just isn't smart for him to advertise that he is taking it and I kind of agree with joy. He's been really really careful to hide his income taxes not to give the results of physical examinations not to provide his medical records rise. All of a sudden he's being so transparent about taking this drug. Something doesn't seem right to me. Well right well. He's made this announcement out of the blue. And what did you think when you heard man I mean when he first Seti I was watching it live and I was shocked? I think like everybody else. Because this isn't a proven medication. This comes off the heels of the pharmaceutical company. Madonna talking about yesterday. How they actually have really promising results with some of their Initial trials for a vaccine. So for me it would have been more prudent to highlight the MODERNA vaccine results. That they're working on. Because that seems to be the most promising I said to my producers earlier and I think all of you know when I was watching it now. I'm a I'm a capable woman. I'm not drinking bleach. I'm not doing anything. The president told me to but there was a moment in my brain where I was like isn't working is hydro. Whatever you say chloroquine. Is it working because at this point I am so desperate to be able to do anything outside of my home? I would do a lot of things to get outside my home. I would inject something. I mean pregnant so I you know I probably wouldn't but if I if someone's that he megan you're going to draw. You'RE GONNA lose all your hair but you get to go outside and see your friends and go swimming and go exercise and do all these things. I might do it because we're going on three months laughing joy. You know it's true but we're going on three months we're going on six months so I'm not a I know I sound crazy but what Sonny's saying is true. He's still the president and if I had a moment where I was like wait. Is that working then? A lot of other people are as well. That's the point I'm trying to make that's but didn't say that the line it's ridiculous anyway. I'm desperate you know all around the world all around the world. This is happening. You know people are saying well. It's nothing it's nothing a lot of people in charge. I think people are starting to say. Well I'm looking at my aunt and she sick and you know I've talked to kids. Man They WanNa get out to you know. Everybody wants out but no one wants to be sick. So we'll we'll get there. We just gotTa do it the right way. We'll be back. Oh.
"mike kelly" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"The Voice of the Missouri. Tigers Mike Kelly lots to get into with Mike. The bragging rights game the State of Congo Martin's program and we'll get into the hiring of ally drinker which the head football coach at Mizzou Missouri comes to say Lawson lawsuit makes it two straight against the fighting. Is they take home. The bragging rights Tofu once again. Sixty three fifty six the final huge win for Missouri and the bragging rights game. Mike had the call. All the joins me on scoops Danny Mac Dot Com Mike Let's start with this. What was your takeaway from the game on Saturday against the align I here in Saint Louis Missouri was tougher team? But I thought the team that was more Determined to get too loose balls. I thought they were the team. That were those more determined to play within. Its identity And I I think they did just enough from an offensive standpoint to win the game and the option that reproduction off the bench from Savior Pinson and also from the Belleville Native Giovane picket who finished with a season high. Seventeen so I thought Missouri was the better team than afternoon insight enterprises. And what was the atmosphere. Like for you it's not the triple overtime. It's not Lou Hinson against Norm Stewart. But it is Mizzou Illinois. What was the atmosphere like from your perspective? Well it was a step in the right direction in terms of if the crowd. I mean Candidly I said a few years ago. On the air during the course of the game Maybe this robbery has run. Its course because the arena was was not selling out It wasn't even close to capacity Last year's crowd was better. This year's crowd was better than last year. So I think it's trending trending in the right direction to get him back to this special moments that we all remember. When it was the toughest ticket in Saint Louis I mean? It was tougher the cardinal playoff tickets. It was tougher than rams tickets at the time You Know Twenty to twenty three thousand fans split right down the middle A very passionate evening and we're I think we're moving back in that direction. And why is that happening because you get to good coaches and Brad underwood cons of Martin. That are trying to rebuild his programs grams and fan bases are now responding but for me I love the game. I mean I I love doing a game in St Louis Year You know that's my thirtieth game that I've been a part of the bragging rights right series thirty to thirty nine so It's it's it's fun to play a role. Did you ever have a favorite one. When you look back at this great rivalry and and I I? I think it's just the the time of the year. I don't like the game starting at noon. I like it better at six or seven o'clock and people are festive and whatnot but to the point of the best one that you've been a part of over thirty years which is the one that stands out well triple overtime Without question because the circumstances and because of what led to for that team in ninety three ninety four you must remember Missouri earlier that season barely beat central Missouri at home and then they go to Arkansas and they could be fifty two tonight that Bud Walton arena opens up And then to come home and in that game against against Illinois Deanne Thomas had land with just over a minute go to put Illinois up by nine points and you thought the game was over. lemond frazier. Had something to say about that he's And then the next thing you know we're in overtime the second overtime co Q.. On Garrison this is a a ninety percent. Foul shooter. Misses a pair of free throws and Missouri goes on to win it in three overtimes. overtimes with really you know. Think Frazier and a bunch of freshmen. On the court at that point time guys like Derek Grimm and Jason Sutherland. So that's the one that will always stand thinned out because it led to an undefeated You know big eight championship season for Missouri in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. The last conference championship Missouri has one one in the sport of basketball. And that's really interesting when you think about that. Dan Missouri's last apperance championship. And I don't Count Tournament titles those are Nice to win but those aren't winning two league all right which is the most important thing the last one took place in nineteen ninety four and you know The so the that's the one I'm always going to remember for sure. Illinois Annoy came in fourth in the nation points per game eighty four point one Mizzou holds Illinois to fifty six. That's kind of what Konso Martin is trying to build. Defense Offense I. That's what he was based on when he played now coaching. Is that the identity of this team. We're going to kind of make it rough on teams to score. Well it has to be It has to be and the other thing that they came in with the mindset is that Illinois was plus fourteen on the class and One of the best offensive rebounding teams in the country country and concert oldest team on Friday before the game okay. Let's see if that's the case. Let's test them to see if that's the case. And you know Missouri Rebounds Illinois Roy Thirty Six thirty two and the tanker's had thirteen offense rebound so and they also for seventeen turnovers so that defense has got to be in. Kansas never going to apologize. College is ripping defense. I coach And Dan as I look at this team I just think about you know. They won the game. They went one for four in in the second half from the three point line so the only shot it from three or four times. So they want they were more determined to Winning found an opportunity to drive the ball. They were more. We're determined to drive the basketball and ultimately You know driving the ball attacking the defense You know obviously being good on Niclas That's how they were able to to win the game and they'd been scoring as well scoring Illinois's bench thirty to ten so they have to be defensive team but then the other thing thing I think about is that you know as a team shooting about twenty seven percent from the three point line Yesterday to go five of fourteen in the game which is about thirty thirty five percent but what happens to this team from an offensive standpoint if Mitchell Smith starts shooting three more more consistently guy like Kobe Bryant does the same thing Mark Smith and if they can ever get torn watching going You Know Watson you know has shown the ability to hit the three previously careers just going through one of those strip droughts right now and I think it's the impact of line Be moved back a little bit too to tell you the truth so you know if they can get going from an offensive standpoint you start shooting the three. I don't think that'll become their identity. But it certainly is Much more firepower from an office standpoint Mike Kelly longtime voice of the Missouri retires our guest and you know you think eighteen days ago Charleston southern goes to Missouri and wins that game. They were something like twenty six. Twenty eight point joint underdog and they beat Mizzou them. Zoo goes to the bragging rights game and they win this game. They've gone on the road against a good temple team. They won that game so the question in is Mike. You know what what. What is this team? Who are they what? What do you think they are i? At the end of December. I give credit to Konso in his coaching in staff. Going back to the temple game for changing the lineup and putting Mitchell Smith into the starting lineup at six ten he gives Missouri Somebody on the perimeter that that you know obviously can defend can help Jeremiah's helmet on the glass. He's probably Missouri's Claire in terms of being able to enter the ball into the post which again that's that's got to become more of a consistent theme as well getting more offensive production From Jeremiah. But he did a lot of things yesterday for Saturday from defensive standpoint. Yeah Point But you know this is a team that that I think is starting to find itself. And and they're they're understanding the temple game going to Philadelphia on a Saturday night and holding temple to fifty four points when they had lost just one time. That season I think if this team a lot of confidence and then you know blowing out southern Illinois handling really. Don't wait now you've got to Time off they don't play again tell a week from tonight against against Each Chicago state so I think they're starting to buy in and they're starting to realize realized that if they can hang their hat on defense That it's going to be difficult for teams to beat them but you know the Charleston southern thing it just proves if you're not ready to play you in this day and age if you're not ready to play you're not good enough to beat any. Isn't that the truth. I'D BE REMISS IF I didn't ask you a little bit about what's happening with the football program. What are your initial impressions? Things have allied quits. I've been with him. Probably a total of maybe fifteen minutes since he retired The first ten of that was in his office The morning that he was announced as Missouri's head coach I love his energy. I love his passion. I he Obviously understand how to market a program and the world at the head. Coach has to play in terms of not only building your program but building fan interest in your program. That's to me something that that I've really picked up on Just watching You know his body of work Over the last last few weeks I like the staff he's putting together Like the fact that he kept some continuity on the defensive side of the football with Ryan Walters Walters and Also David Gibbs which I think David Gibbs doesn't get enough credit but I thought David Gibbs really helped Missouri become a much much better defense defense a year ago from from what they were. The previous season You Know Brick Haley staying on that that that helps as well and then what he's done. In terms of his hires I think very very strategic in terms of getting you know relentless recruiters Getting some guys with some some some championship experience And you know let's see what happens with with the next couple of hires made a really important one. Sometimes fans tend to overlook is the strength and conditioning coach. You know he hopes to make that announcement in the near future And then of course he's got a couple of often suspicion so phil but You know when you talk to him and again it's been. It's been a brief amount of time that I've had a chance to talk to him like you get in. I mean very simply he gets it at a very young age and you can also tell when you talk to doing that you know. He's understanding all offensive football and listening to him during the press conference talk about the innovations and the changes that he's made during his career.
Alaska, Gulf Of Alaska And Coon Cove discussed on This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal
"The death toll from a mid air collision between two seaplanes in. Alaska has reached six meanwhile, searchers found the bodies of the last two victims last evening, ten other people were injured in Monday's wreck off the Gulf of Alaska in the southeast part of the state the two missing on a stray illion and a Canadian had been among fourteen passengers from Princess cruise ship who boarded to float planes operated by separate tour companies in the town of Ketchikan the crash site at Coon cove about three hundred miles south of Juneau. Alaska's capital is near a tourist lodge that runs excursions to the nearby misty fjords national monument coastguard commander, Mike Kelly, the beautiful area and poke like for
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Get talked about enough and i go back to john cadillac who who i loved and who are respected in who i enjoyed working with an who let me the stories in the memories that i have will last me for the rest of my life but miseries plan a colorado in 1997 and if you remember missouri took possession of the football early in the fourth quarter leading the game at about the i think eight or ten yard line and methodically drove the ball downfield with running play after running play after running play natalie getting first dance taking time off the clock foreseen colorado the burnt timeouts in to the point where they drove it i think inside the 20yard line of core regions took a nap in the game was over in his at drives unfolding i look at this big rugged a former offensive lineman for the university of missouri who loved his programme who loved his institution it was his university it was his program and miseries going to snap thirteen consecutive you lieres of losing football and their tears streaming down the face of john cadillac and that's something that i'll always remember and all and and another moment where i saw that was one misery one uh on new year's day at the old cotton bowl against arkansas and it was his program on that stage where he thought it should be succeeding in front of a national television audience and so um yet so those are the type things ever to i mean yeah but there are other things along the way you remember the relationships remember the guys you uh you remember how kind people were to you along the way uh whether it be coaches or players and uh you know it's just it's really been fun to be a part of it really has been and it doesn't happen without going up to jim holder it how about that.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"After doing um the globe each day came in orlando with lewd arkansas the flew back for the game against west virginia's i missed one game so far this year but you know there been a handful of games in over the course of years i think three lashed here because the tournament but you know at the end of the day i'm just i'm a really really lucky guy that that got an opportunity and uh had been very very thankful i probably now for do in the math is close to thousands are a games if we're talking close to three hundred football games and more were due in the math on basketball games yeah hours i mean that something else is there is there a game a moment perhaps something that we won't wouldn't be aware of behind the scenes were ugo while that was on real so here's something that i've been really steadfast and consisted insane i have always viewed college athletics in in through this lends its kids making plugs um mr book and i've always coach jack that mr book you still i say this kid you're going to call some great games you're going gonna call some bad games you're gonna skull some great teams your nicole some really bad teams call the play just call the play and so i've tried to always keep that in the back of my mind is the just call the play and so whether it be you know um lorenzo williams sacking tide racing in the end zone to seal the win are the very next season tied re seen hitting carry meyer you know late in the game to give kansas the win or taya said knees run to the basket in boise idaho 1985 or was lee stokes little short jumper against the billions um i've always strategist allow the a moment to dictate the enthusiasm to try to treat them both equally because i think that's with the listener once but there are a lot of moments semi one that that the probably doesn't.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Straightforward he is in that there is no his his makeup is what it is is what it sees a and there there are no surprises along the way uh and you can see where it would be very very effective you know when he's sitting down with a with a young man his and his and his family or representatives and you know you figure out that there's a lot of substance to this to the skies makeup and so i've by i've really really enjoyed anam still getting to know him uh at this point in time in and but the the product on the court it's been fun to watch grow over the course of the last um you know month or so safe called i don't even a navy you know probably don't know how many games you've call for missouri athletics and in guiding like even if you're just doing math we have to be in the hundreds clearly it's a they are no this that the texas bowl on december the 27th will be my two ninety fourth consecutive football game all cia asked said going back to the story of the 94 season in the only reason why i know that is excuse me prior to the trip to orlando or may maybe during the trip to rome lando christian reno said to me said army games have you done for missouri in in in football and i haven't missed one since the very first game ivory for scam 1994 uh when it was working with kellen winslow at the time um so i went back and looked and yet will be two hundred ninety four consecutive games named or so been very blessed for lucky and the basketball games clearly half the they more than yeah who knows i mean you know i this is uh twenty seven seasons of don't play by play so 28 involved with broadcasts so i dunno i mean unity figure thirty you know about thirty games on average during the november layover over the last several years of hit miss now used to be worth swore basque multiple with schedule so you wouldn't have competing gained at television dictates he just can't do that yeah so there's some games that i have to miss uh this year i met i missed one of the the basketball games the game against st john's because i flew back to arkansas.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Some success under coach nyerere and then you hire mike anderson and mike anderson puts together some some some teams that have some success in ona operate ride ernie let it get to the elite eight lose to yukon um akim for beat his the player for yukon and doll 743 of in my daughter meghan who i referred to his now senior at alabama was uh i think an eighth grade of the time she traveled with me to to to phoenix our to glendale for the tournament i'll never forget after the game was lost kim english was our favorite player weird on and lock in the hotel in the lobby team comes back we get off the bus she gets a big hug from kimi she's got tears in her eyes we go to our room and she falls on the bed she says i hate hakeem the film being uh you know but again had some success frank eighth you know dean of the day was bad heart i don't care what success he had it was a bad heart should have never been hired of missouri what what hung you know i ate and i realize i'm asking something's i know you can't get endeavor i don't know you know i again i don't know how telling you mike when he was hired i swear to you uh i sought i had to look up who frank hedia there were so many lingering things with the so many things there were out there regarding what was what would would did or did not happen in miami um i just thought coming after mike and and here's the thing about mike anderson is it i think everybody knew that if the arkansas job and of john pelfrey was fired than the the.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"In this is just how smart cohen was that we didn't realize the time if you watch steph curry before the games there's an assistant coach with the warriors grace hair grey beard this out with with steph curry before every game work with him on his game that's bruce frazier he would eventually get to that role in his life but at that stage of his life wasn't ready to become a college assistant coach and so after about six weeks he left but quinn sauce something in this kid how that he hired and he would eventually become one of the most revert assistance in the national basketball association how so ghent belgium little things that we don't think about quinn's makeup that that to me under score just how talented he is in also how bryant who was it was just dole too much too soon at that stage of his life and again i wonder if he would allowed four and if there would have been more mentoring that would have taken place how much this all would have unfolded differently the thing about what took place with missouri basque upon the 2000s and really leading up to council martin's hiring is it became the antithesis of what the football programme was growing up for me in the '80s '90s it was a traditional turn style of coaches and they were road irrelevant now the football programme has to bility and it's the basketball program that has well and you had for years what kept mazuria lilic's afloat during the lean years and football norm stewart's basketball room them um and and you're right so you you you found.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"The sec championship game is at a much higher level and the reason why say that is because everybody that is anybody in terms of who covers the sport a football is in atlanta every year um for the sec championship it's not just those that are familiar to the sec immediate is votes that really impact the sport from a coverage standpoint and also from onoda righty standpoint and so you just get to see just how big that stages with an ashwell television audience in the middle of the day on cbs or late afternoon on cb addison um that's what struck me as just just how grand the platform is uh and i'll tell you from up from a business standpoint and from a uh an operational standpoint me the big 12 is is is good at what they do i'll give them complete credit for that a it's like going though so from local business to wall street when you talk about the way that the sec operates within uh within the offices uh you know a in the in in in uh in birmingham i mean it's uh it's amazing that the structure their leadership on the greek sank he's unbelievable and those that worked for him herp center others great people so uh but yeah when you get there you just realize how big of a how big of a of a platform that is that your buried performing can't help but fiery up through that has wound up being an entertaining game for certain the next year not as entertaining against alabama right and then the ms here's the funny thing about that in an nfl yellowhammer the idea the alabama game so my daughter meghan kathleen my youngest is now a senior at the university of alabama she was a freshman at alabama that year so she and some friends drove over from tuscaloosa to atlanta about three hours we got them tickets she sat down in the uh.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Michigan or something like that as if they're going to the orange and you'll see i knew that one of the guided so the idea of missouri being number one is something you and then sure enough in two thousand seven it happens i ask coach pinkel this when i interviewed him did he have any sense that that could be that kind of a team i'm curious because you had seen so many teams i remember they open up the season insulin away thrilling game but i remember walking out of the go on either one of those teams or any good bruguiere and goes to the cotton bowl one goes to the rose bowl if i'm not mistaken writer ball either way or illinois had a great season shows what i know could you tell that there was something going on there i thought the two again they had an opportunity to be pretty good because of the collection of talent that they had on the football field i mean you have this guy from softly curl texas that came in better prepared than any quarterback that i had seen it missouri that point time um and he had a collection of guys that just had the ability to make plays and you know you think about the neuro alexander and and others um an and so yeah i thought that they had a chance to get a you know get to a ballgame but to become number one of the country i mean those of us that have followed misery for years don't think about it in that regard when it comes to spur of football because it just hasn't happened right right and i've always been a believer that four teams to succeed they have to be able to perform on the platform at least experience before you can other ever a fully succeed on the platform much like the cubs you know they had to get to the.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Uh and joe was the you know the assistant ad at the time join i developed a relationship joe knew that i had played college basketball um you know at belva lowery college now swick and so he kind of knew that i understood the game a little bit uh rod kelley who was doing color for a long time and worked in the colombey public school district rotted had some some health issues during the nineteen eighty nine ninety season and so they asked me to fillon and so i did a few games wanted oklahoma state at another game and then it turned out that routes health will not allow him to do the complete ninety ninety one season so josette would you like to do color sort work with tom door for a citizen uh and the amazing thing is is that at the end of that season tom door was hired by the chicago bulls to become the television uh voice of the bulls he goes to chicago castiglione in roger garden from where field say would you like to do misery basketball so i started to play by play in ninety one ninety two with joe buck as my color analyst how 'bout that that's a herd of by away these days for a non former player i know allows your reno your guy now zach what were you know what i was six i think joe respected my knowledge i think joe joe understood the the at least on the interim you know let's see what happens uh and so that's the direction we went um and then and before the 94 season a bill wilkerson lake ripley wilkerson god rest his soul um gets the job during the arizona cardinals and so you know again roger girder and joe castiglione come to me and say would you like to do both football basketball so you know here we are amazing in an amazing i mean again it is think about that had built wilkerson but like i'm happy to go to colombia new tiger talk there i know exactly who knows.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Oh and i think probably in tv to it's a matter of how you look but in radio it's a matter of somebody's got like the we sound and is in is weird is maybe our voices sound to each other um i've been really blessed in that regard for some reason and another snag a calm sliding doors moments in reference to a very random late 1990s film where the great flood of you are you familiar with this film gwyneth paltrow was trying to get on a train she misses the train and then her life takes one direction and then they also show her life would have been like hedge she got in on the train hence the sliding door ablaze it's actually not a bad movie a terrible reference the point is this though you're hosting tiger talk and the assistant ad joe castiglione was in serie funk was answering phone calls what are you sure he wasn't an attorney but he was he was your callscreener brennan he like the way you sounded run and then that led to you becoming the voice of the missouri tigers this true yeah well the answer she thing is that uh couple of things to that i'm a kmox one morning highland wong soon and mr hyland says hey they've get this thing it mizzou mizuko tiger talk this is prior to the 1989 football season we've got this called tiger talk you off on mondays in tuesday's bill wilkerson doesn't want to drive to colombia on monday's to host and show would you like to do that you're young you've got a couple of our yeah absolutely i'd be happy to do that and it that was before i had kids so part of the reference there but so i started doing it that's that's out started with with bob stolle's first show.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Robert highland mr hyland mike kelly calling from champaign illinois i just want to tell you how interested i am in the position of the sports department of kmox were still looking click bill that was it and you think to yourself well was at good decision or beds sison right and so then i just pressed forward next week same thing next week same thing this continued until you know this was early april into may finally in in in in early june he would pick up the phone at four thirty in the friday morning he would say michael how are you and i thought to myself there is no all right on the record were mood nocall right he at the time uh uh we were moving in the right direction their point time it so then eventually our member oh sometime in may be chill lie run called and said would you like to join the sports department and area was 1988 and it was a august 1988 or started uh i got married uh august the 20th of 1988 so i started the first week in august and then was given a week of vacation to get married and have a honeymoon with my wife and then uh you know we made the transition to st louis in the rest is history but without question appreciate bringing it up because i don't say to jim holder enough how thankful mike kelly is for the role that he played in me getting an opportunity to eventually make it to the city to work in an amazing look back on how what happens if you dealt introduce yourself and where action at a young yeah and and i have to the yeah and i'm sorry is set totally interrupted you but here's the deal and i i speak till a lot of kids in of your three children three girls on my own and i told him the same thing every conversation that you have in life is a networking opportunity yet don't know where that conversation is going to take you it may go nowhere could lead to may be a job opportunity at some point time but every conversation is a networking.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"A great dimitri wa and he said here's the deal how often you get the town i said i come in you know several times a year my parents are still alive so i'll come into town quarter bettys is the next time you come to st louis let me know and he said i'll bring you the radio station introduce you to some folks and we see what happens um and and jim is is such an important part of mike success in my career because had it not been for that small encounter none is probably ever happens in in in here's the reason why in the spring i go to st louis to see my folks dukpil actually to be accurate call jim said i'm going to be in town he says will come over abs like mid week something like that he says um i'll take your on the tour the station so we get there introducing meter rob silverstein who at the time was running the sports offices a campbell acts and rob went on to do great things like produce uh i think entertainment tonight a few other show so he had his refah career um i think he was a guy that may be landed station because of his connection with bob um mm me with jimmy with robin wraps is this he says mike we've got nothing right now he says but do me a favor i want you to consider doing this go back to champaign illinois had become more correspondent on illinois sports when things happen pick up the phone call us cintas audio previewing games do voice years finish thing happens breaking news call us and let us know and so i went back and i did that for two and a half years and didn't ask for a dime over the course of the time and what they did for meet him as a young broadcasters it gave me the opportunity to have my work critiqued by one of the best radio stations in america while at the same time letting them know my progress along the way so when the football cardinals decided to leave and go to phoenix the created a couple of openings in the sports the.
"mike kelly" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
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"mike kelly" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Oh may think the fight with six eager to shop owner mike kelly right now mike kelly yes hello how're you doing mike you think the fight was fixed no i wasn't fixed at all man but i do believe there was some choreography involved regarding there had to be dramatic two to outshine the last fight would pack yao which was a major disappointment so you know conor mcgregor was very engaging but it was a it was agreed big comma graha could not win the fight it would have ruined the fifteen old legacy so we understand that they must fight again by christians all right mike with a really you want to see the rematch by christmas you're in on a rematch here here they need going make that happen yep now more and make it happen how much eating floyd was in in the first three rounds from who he ends yeah how much danger oh man was in are i was raised your men the main surround those they said no no no no they read the first three rounds was floyd ever in danger yes yeah he was in danger and he had to pull back mcgregor had the pullback based on the the agreement almost contractual agreement that he could not win the fight in low serbs say even if you've got floyd in trouble oh you do think to fight was fixed if you can't contractually win the fight is fixed they left the word i don't want to use the word six but then you basically saying there was i'm saying it was stick so let's do and say it was all right thanks mike you guys have a good day to shop thanks for comback today hey oil wants a.
"mike kelly" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Media i never thought he's going to be able to fire mike of his daughter or for that matter probably anybody else and rightly so the guy was a loose cannon he was out of control a loose cannon and it just completely out of control that question is does this affect you in any way does this concern you one way or the other uh is anybody upset that president trump's brand new chief of staff for the white house general mike kelly has demanded the resignation of the communications director for the white house anthony scaramucci who's only been on the job for ten days or is it is one of those things interesting to hear about it but next 501 four three three zero zero nine two i will appear your thoughts i say if it if it matters to you 501 four three three zero zero nine two i know i i think it's a good move i was shocked that it took this lawn after the new yorker article came out thursday that scare mucci was cussing out of seemingly his fellow white house employees might yet that's uh that's no it keep your job g that's not the way it's going to work 501 four three three zero zero nine two are.