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Joe Exotic wrote Kim Kardashian a letter begging her to ask Trump to pardon him
"Joe exotic had written to kim kardashian. And i'm totally not surprised and i honestly thought that that would be his tactic to try to get out of jail honestly. Didn't we say that before. Like didn't we say how funny would be if that happened and then it actually happened. I feel like we did. I feel like we talked about it. And then when i was watching it it's like deja vu right like i was sitting here watching and i was like. Oh wow i feel like dougherty happened in life right. we did. She say that it happened or it came. How how did you find out. Yeah so it was on. Et and it just was saying that Et had obtained the letter from the tiger king and that He had just to her trying to get a presidential pardon from donald trump. And and the letter said i know you have never met me. Never want to but i do believe However i do believe that you hold the values of our justice system dear to your heart. I am writing this letter. Not as joe exotic but the person. Joseph malegaon passage asking you to please help me by taking just ten minutes of your life and placing a call to president trump to look at my two hundred and fifty seven page pardon. It's all the evidence that i'm innocent and i asked him to my part into. I can return home to my husband dylan and to my father so okay question i. It's been so long since i've seen it all. What is he exactly in jail for. I don't know abuse. Because i feel like what he did was kind of animal abuse. It definitely was neglect and Yeah it just says that. While he was serving he serving twenty two years because he was convicted of plotting like a murder for hire. Oh right that's right that's right okay. And so then it said in his letter is that i have lost. Fifty seven years of work mizzou. My animals. my mother has died. My dad is dying. And i've been taken away from my husband who i loved dearly. Everyone is so busy making movies getting interviews selling stuff and dressing up like me that everyone forgot. I'm a real live person imprisoned and kept from even telling my own my own story for something that i didn't do so he was just asking him to give him a phone call and just promising that no one has to know that she even called
Dallas-Area Native Sarah Fuller Becomes First Woman To Play In Power 5 Conference Football Game
"Was made on Saturdays. Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller became the first woman ever to play in a power five football game. Here she goes, and here's the kick. It is kicked in. Script down and recovered at the 35 yard line, and there it is college football history. Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller becomes the first female Play in a Southeastern Conference or a power five conference game. You heard it from Joe Fisher Lear Field. I'm G college. She's Vanderbilt's goalkeeper Fuller. It becomes a pioneer, becoming the first female to play in a power five football game. She came onto the field for the start of the second half. Deliver that squib kick there was grabbed at the Mizzou 35. I was their only attempting the Commodore's loss to Missouri Covert 19 protocols and restrictions left Vandy with very few options, prompting the team to reach out to this. Soccer team for a help fuller on how she defines the history she made on a broader sense, honestly, haven't taken a second to soak it all in. Really. I just think it's incredible. That I am able to do this. And all I want to do is be a good influence to the young girls out there. Because there were times like I struggled in sports, but I am so thankful I stuck with it, and it's given me so many opportunities. And it's I've met so many amazing people through sports and I, you know, I just want to say, like literally, you can do anything. You set your mind to like. That's that's the number one thing. ESPN soccer analyst Julie Found E on SportsCenter Go Go after it run for it, Do it Absolutely, but also understand, Right. There's some risk involved, and I think Sarah knows that I mean, but I think we're hungry in a year. That needs some good news, hungry for some good news, and you think about what Sarah Fuller has done. Already with soccer If you go back to what she did at Vanderbilt with soccer, I mean, they went on this incredible SEC tournament run where the team wins, is the seventh seed. And so she's just continuing this good news and streak of good news preventable, So I think it's tremendous. And as a parent, I would say absolutely, honey.
College football games canceled or postponed because of the coronavirus
"Top ranked Alabama who had a road date with LS Hume. Games featuring Number five Texas A and M, but number 12, Georgia also moved back. The Aggie is we're going to be at Tennessee and the Bulldogs were scheduled to head to Mizzou. The virus canceling third Rank. Ohio State's visit to Maryland
South Carolina vs. LSU Football Preview
"Certainly one of the most eagerly anticipated games of the day tomorrow night in Baton Rouge between South Carolina and Lsu. Castaneda joining us from down there Quin. Thank you very very much. Appreciate the time, and it looks like a weather. Is An issue for what's going on down there right now? Well, just for the moment I'm across the street Tiger Stadium's to my left in their facility straight across the street I'm about to record up and advancer for tomorrow and had a little lightening. got. Dark severe winds and pouring but you can see the nicer weather up on the horizon. So things should be back to normal about ten minutes. We'll good because. That is a place that doesn't need Louisiana does not need any more bad weather. Quinn let's talk a little bit before we get to the game just about your job this year it's different I'm sure. A lot of zoom calls a lot of unusual situations caused by the pandemic. How would you describe the the obvious difference between this and every other year you've been on the sidelines for ESPN and ABC. Well, it's taken a lot of the fun out of it taken a lot of the things that I enjoyed get on campus to meet with the coaches to talk to the strength coaches just to get a vibe for how that team's doing and you learn so much whether it's Roman down the hallway and talking to a tight ends coach or bumping into a recruiting intern about video, they just paint so so that. Part of my investigation is is far less exciting. This year there's no social aspects in terms of our TV crew, our TV team so it's just zooms and when I'm on the road I'm the only one here are our broadcast crew will will broadcast this from Bristol. I'm the only one here. So I kind of treat this like I'm a spy, I don't touch anything I talked to strangers and I couldn't. quit. There's always a challenge on the sidelines especially. When there is weather but is it any or how different is it i? Guess I'm trying to ask dealing with the crew. Fifteen hundred miles away or maybe longer or farther right upstairs nothing you can see them but you at least know that they were seeing the same thing you're seeing. Yeah there's a little bit of a time delay in the audio so it can be anywhere from two seconds four seconds. So I've been on a crew with Jason Bonetti and Rod Gilmore. The last couple years Mike spent hot the whole game this year I've changed crews almost every week, and because we're doing it remotely. They can't have my mic on because we'd be talking over each other. So we do it old school and I'll talk to the producer I talked back and say, Hey, after the third down, play I wanNA talk about upon her coming out for hey, if they make a first down here I want to talk about how they're tight ends doing a great job so. Do it old school and go through the go through the producer in the in the remote truck. In order in order to get on air whereas in the past I could just talk and we were seamless. Clean on the sidelines I mean to say the least there are restrictions what are they and how much do you have to tiptoe around? It's really not bad. I mean we won I. Did a game not they actually made me call the game from the stands in the front row was good seat but I really couldn't get a feel for what was going on on the benches since then they've just widened appalled widen areas it's actually easier now because there's less hangers on, there's less alums, there's less NFL scouts until the sidelines are vacant and it makes my job a lot easier. I also feel pretty secure in that the players and coaches have all been tested recently as recently as Friday or Saturday morning. So I, feel good in that regard So it's actually almost easier less fans less crowds more space. Speaking of testing. How often do you have to be tested? we test once a week it's either an ad home test, and then you mail it in test results come back in about thirty six hours or it's an onsite tasks on a Thursday afternoon then you quarantine. And then Friday, they released you so so far knock on wood six for six negative tests. That would be Kinda. Nerve wracking you show up at a game and you have to sweat it out and you hope you don't get a a Nick Sabin positive. Let's talk about the game because. It's a really interesting game. Let's start with South Carolina just your. As I know you do gather as much information as you can you probably would like to. Be Able to gather more in person but. Your impressions of what you've seen to them and and what you expect. Well they beat Auburn as you know, and they got the three turnovers and converted those in touchdowns. My issue was South Carolina's they're operating an offense with very limited downfield wide receiver threats shy Smith is a natural slot receiver. Colin Hill is is working Mike, Lobos offense efficiently and their offensive line in running backs or carrying the day. Okay. That's with this team is I'm not sure they're ever going to be a high scoring team defensively they're really good corners who can shut you down they add to the box so. I think South Carolina given that Lsu has a freshman quarterback. I'm leaning towards them having some success defensively in this ball game. So I kinda like Carolina's ability to negate lsu with a freshman quarterback but Carolina's physical they're tough. They're not nothing flashy about him and I think big plays are hard for them I. Think they have to manufacture find ways to manufacturer big plays but I think this team is definitely moving in the right direction I. Think they've improved each week. And the other side of that you alluded to the quarterback situation team that has struggled mightily on defense quarterback play has been pretty good I. Know I know it's impossible to gauge because we don't really have a lot of information but. What have you what have you been able to learn about where they are right now? Yet, teach gets the start a freshman Ponchatoula high school. He's gigantic six, six, two, hundred and forty two pounds nets down from to sixty s a big toll righty and you watch his high school tapes just drops in the pocket and he conflict the ball and it goes forty yards without him even trying he seems like he's calm. He's Louisiana product of this dream for him the ADRENALIN will be running. Also expect to see, Max? Johnson. The son of NFL, quarterback Brad Johnson a lefty also tall but more of a dual threat and when you think about calling the game around a freshman quarterback making his first start, you know any kind of run game would be beneficial and to put the quarterback in successful positions. Early in the game, get him hit but but get a couple first downs give him some easy throws and I think that'll be on the mind of lsu going to be a little more conservative game plan I'd. Imagine. You know he's got targets downfield terrace Marshall their running game I thought was anemic Missouri game that was the most disappointing part of the game in my eyes Missouri was without three defensive tackles in that game and Lsu had no running game whatsoever good news for the Tigers to get Ed Ingram back at left guard. But this is an offense through the air with Miles Brennan that's been outstanding. But now you've got a new freshman quarterback. So expectations drop again, I'm seeing a little bit more of a lower scoring game here. In Clinton's you've seen them. The. Biggest used on defense. Would give. Horrible And coach today sentence embarrassing. Alignment. Very, often they're they're moving at a snap making checks that is when the coverage changes on the fly because of emotion because of formation change that has been a dismal day of given up big play after big play against Mississippi State, it was more catching and run the air raid defense was was atrocious quite honestly continued to play man defense got shredded by crossing patterns but I was at the Mizzou game and That game was defined by busts. I mean just blatant bus where I got him. No you got to I got you got him guys wide open touchdown in the running game. Their linebackers are not playing physical. They're not playing north not playing north. They're not getting to the line of scrimmage and engaging blockers to waiting for runners they're missing tackles remember the tyler beatty runs Missouri fiscally untouched broke attack Lens. Gone So. Those are the headlines here new quarterbacks for Lsu and a defense that has had no answers.
"mizzou" Discussed on We Live Here
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"mizzou" Discussed on We Live Here
SEC to play 10-game, conference-only football schedule in 2020
"The SEC, making it official, they will begin the season on September twenty six they will play in conference games every school will likely add. Their next to rotation school. So let's We can take a look at what that means. In terms of everyone's opponent. Alabama will add I. Believe. This is correct. Again, this is not a well, let me check the official announcement and may be in there but they they will add Florida and Vanderbilt. Okay It is not in their correct. Okay. This this is speculation. Let me make it clear. This is not the. But we're speculating Alabama will add game at Florida and Vanderbilt Arkansas at. And a trip to South Carolina Auburn will home game against South Carolina, road game at Mizzou, Lsu, UK, and Tennessee Mississippi State Vanderbilt in. Uga. Tentative Ole Miss Tennessee in UK. Missouri and Florida. On the other side Florida adding Alabama and am, will you talk about some major till two if we get that for Arkansas and Mississippi State on Georgia's schedule? That's a significant break Kentucky. LSU and Mississippi. Missouri an Auburn. South. Carolina Auburn in Arkansas Tennessee, Mississippi state and Lsu and excuse me. Mississippi. And LSU and. Much. Sure. That game is I think that game could be a Knoxville lane kiffin in. KNOXVILLE. Again as a head co as first time as a head coach and other than Tennessee and Tennessee Lsu and. Vanderbilt Mississippi State Alabama. So again, the official announcement is out, we will talk to the commissioner in a few minutes. This. I'll just read you the commissioner's comments, and again, we will talk to him shortly after careful consideration of the public health indicators in our region. Following advice of our medical advisers we have determined that this is the best course of
Skye McAlpine's Tiramisu Recipe
"Sky McAlpine. I'm the offer of a table in Venice and my recipe for today is one of my most favorite recipes a classic Venetian dish. Which is Jeremy? A really good deal. Mizzou is made with several Yati biscuits. Which like lady finger gets so you get a layer of lady finger biscuits and you arrange them at the bottom of your trifle dish or your tray or whatever kind of dish you're GonNa make your team and then you get a portrait of really strong black coffee and you pour about suffered vet over the lady biscuits and you just wait for them to soak up liquid and you'll see they'll soften into almost like sponge just delicious. Then you make the cream to make the cream you take a few axe and you separate them and you whisk the whites until that light and airy and fluffy like meringue and slowly add a little bit too shook us if they go nice and glossy and then you whisk your egg yolks also with the rest of shook up until they go lemon. Kala answered a very soft yellow and light and fluffy again then you take a big part Moscow opponent and spoon it into your egg. Yolks and folded froze. You get kind of lovely yellow custard and then you fold in your egg whites being careful to keeping as much of that air as possible that will keep the Moscow opponent cream really light and like spooning spread about a furred of mascarpone accosted over the soaked lady finger biscuits and then you arrange novel layer of leaving biscuits on top of that poor on a bit more for coffee. Another layer of the
The Love in the Time of Corona
"We have this matter that we're following with alert interesting. Great concern a corona virus round up. If you will as part of an occasional series that we call the promised. Podcast ponders a fraction of our reactions to the viruses exactions including rabbis region. While gauging the contagion will begin our corona roundup with this Susan a physician gets from the regional coordinator of mcabe health services through a WHATSAPP group of healthcare providers constant updates about the corona virus usually announcements press and sometimes detailed memoranda about changing rules and procedures issued by the Ministry of Health as well as a report of each new reported cases of infection with so much happening so quickly over the past week or phone is basically constantly abuzz with a nearly steady stream of updates among them. She received this week a WHATSAPP message with the bold heading a clarification of health ministry procedures beneath which was this which I read in its entirety quote. The general public is instructed to avoid hugging kissing in any unnecessary contact with acquaintances. Ashkenazim continued to act as you always do end quote. Of course doctors are not the only ones on high alert as a result of the epidemic rabbis to our consider for instance the following six examples example one Ashkenazi chief. Rabbi Dovid Lao announced last week that owing to the potential spread of the virus. No one should kiss a Mizzou on a door frame which could easily become a vector. Lau said in a statement quote. There is no doubt that one should not kiss Missoula or touch it at all. It is enough for a person to think when he enters or leaves a room about what is written in the Mitsubish Ma prayer and that will accompany him on his way and quote. Rabbi Lau added that quote there is no commandment or obligation to kiss a missoula that is simply a custom with ancient roots. That became traditional end. Quote number two asked whether a person in home quarantine me fulfill the commandment of hearing the scroll of Esther read on Purim which we celebrated this week via facebook live or some other form of audio or video transmission via telephone. Rob Schlomo Avi Nair. The rabbi of Baked L. And the head of the Authority shall Sheva gave a long learning and very ambivalent answer that ended with this quote in Summary. One under quarantine out of fear of corona may fulfill his obligation to read the mcgilla and here the mcgilla by telephone or live video and may read alone at home from a Kosher Mikaela written by hand on parchment by authorize scribe. He is not obligated to chant but he must read without mistakes and quote three on Monday. A mostly virtual mass prayer vigil took place with a core of rabbis and yeshiva students. I R. L. At the grave of Shimon Borrego high on Mount Rhone live streaming. There live prayers Shimon Barrio. High was the second century disciple of Rabbi Akiva by tradition considered to be the author of the Zohar the Great Proto cabalistic book that is the lowest classes of Jewish mysticism. According to tradition Shimon Barrio high was sentenced to death by a Roman governor and he went on the Lam living for thirteen years in a cave near Dera sustained by dates and cabs alone by the time his self quarantine ended Shimon bar Yo high was riddled with disease but cured himself by bathing in the warm springs of Tiberius with makes him a patron rabbi of our president health crisis among the prayers available on a specially prepared Internet downloadable text on the knowsley called prayers to stop the plague passages from the Zohar Tim Psalms and more number four when asked by student weather. The Quote Dangerous Virus Corona symbolizes a prophecy or heavenly sign. Rabbi Zamir Cohen the author of the bestselling available on Amazon for thirty three ninety nine book the coming Revolution Science discovers the truths of the Bible and the founder of the Hebrew Institute said among
"Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you very much for having me here. It's great to have someone with so much experience and so much focus in motorsports fascinating topic and one that we haven't really had an opportunity to delve into thus far so it's great to have you as our guest to talk about what it really takes to win in Motorsport Competition. Yeah I've been a cop US and since I was. I don't know crawling around the floor home in England and that's where it always starts. I'm in the history of motor racing back in the UK. Goes back almost as long as it does in Italy and been super passionate about it. I remember being in the back of my parents car which was unfortunately not very exciting and just looking at the cars going by and being able to identify them at a very early age and you know I was very fortunate a just down the street. Maybe three houses down. He ran a garage and he used to have the local exotic car come by and he was a Jag. You A guy in. His personal transport was a series one e type an no driving around in mgb. Gt but that part of Essex where I grew up was just the capital of sort of the go. Fast Industry Motorsport we had Ford of boreham world. Rally House came out of we have people developing lots of other rally causing a gyco Terry Hoyle. Who's one of the biggest Ferrari restoration guys? He was just down the street and Early Memories of walking out on my driveway and seeing a Ferrari Daytona spyder sat there because he put up at the wrong house boy. That radium. Prince early does it. That's a that's a heck of a leader grow up yours. Yeah so for me. It's just been a passion and it was natural as I grew older and got pushed through the school system that when I started thinking about what he's a career to be. I wanted to be a race engineer from very early on and and really targeted where my education was taking me and I've been fortunate to be able to accomplish that and more so I've been very privileged. Well it's interesting that you had identified very early on what you wanted to be when you grow up as they say what about university I guess she went to university in the UK. There was only one place really to go in the UK to study car design. There was no specific courses. Like they're out today as a place called Love Brought University of Technology at the time and they had a course automotive tech college in the UK. It's like the equivalent here would be. Mit similar like that and they had a course automotive engineering and design twenty two spots and typically three four hundred applicants for those twenty two spots and I managed to snack one of those were. Ah Suspect took some talent I have to say. I'm not that rocket scientists the most brains guy at school. That's not me but I'm practical. A hardworking person and Israeli sort of dedication and sheer effort. That got me through the university system and I. I remember at the time because I I didn't go a conventional route. I didn't do the typical. Uk Root of which time was o level exams up until sixteen and then a level exams are ordinary and advanced level and chose sixteen to leave school and go to an engineering college. So I learned a bit of practical engineering. Learn how to work my way around a machine shop and I learn more about the hands on approach of engineering and I remember going to the interview. They win the head of the course. Lovebirds said you know. I don't think you're GONNA make unprepared to off your place but I don't think you're gonNA make it. I don't think academically you're strong enough kidding. And I remember seeing him three years later because he was actually four years later because he was my noise and vibration lecture. So I mean you look to me so that you still haven't said Yep so hey you know so much for his noise and vibration to obviously didn't have much resonance did it and good puns in there as well. I got three the my undergraduate degree. Well and the time I was trying to find a spot in major racing and it's not straightforward to come out of university. I mean you think it's not actually you know nothing. I wanted to be in Formula One because pure and motoracing and and you want to go work in the industry what you want to set your sights very high one for me was where I wanted to be. I wasn't able to find what I wanted in. An opportunity came up to actually further my education and two master's degree and so that's what I did. I moved over to the Cranfield Institute of Technology which is purely a postgraduate university. I spent a year. They're studying really similar but more advanced automotive engineering but I had an opportunity to work with a race car. Constructor called Lola cars no longer in business. These days time they were really starting to get into trying to project. How fast racing car will be before actually hit the track answer? My master's thesis was based on creating a mathematical model of racing cal and driving around the track and predicting the lap time was going to be. So that was complex math Tony when computing was not necessarily as advanced as I was writing the code in Fortran seventy seven. She's a language for probably nine hundred hundred of Sanskrit of But it was based around Lowest Formula. Three thousand car that was racing in Japan and Zucca circuit and Mizzou's circa in Japan is one of the most challenging not just from a driver's perspective but also from an engineer's perspective. And I challenge I had to do is to try and define the racing line or what line is the cog taken. A good driver will naturally find that but asking a computer is not straightforward. But that been some interesting work done by some guys at NASA which was looking at rocket trajectories so I started applying some of the algorithms. They were using on how to shoot a missile from point. Eight point being depending on what characteristics? You wanted that mistletoe. Shortest distance falsely speed. Whatever you could tune the algorithm so I played around with that and ultimately wrote a program which was very successful in predicting how fast the car would go low to use that quite a bit and even when my contact at lower ultimately decided to go a different direction. He took some of that knowledge with him. I remember getting a phone call. Saying Hey. I'm heading out to Miami to do the Miami Street race if I send you a track map. Can you for Jewish? And this was really before email and all the rest of it. I remember working through the night for several nights putting it on a three and a half inch floppy drill off here and Fedex ing him at the hotel and this was before they ran and then I got within three or four tenths of a second of the qualifying time. That is phenomenal. Let time programs today are fairly common. We use them all the time and you can write one in xl but back then none of these things existed even trying to create just the visual image of what the lap time would look like the speed tries against distance all time. It was a big challenges right in the actual program itself so for me just watching the way motors has embraced computing and the science behind. It has been a fascinating experience.
NCAA rejects Missouri appeal, postseason ban looms
"The NC double a rejected an appeal by the university of Missouri to limit or overturn the sanctions for the infractions tied to the case of a former tutor at the football baseball and softball teams were banned from the post season the entire athletic department was placed on probation and Missouri was docked scholarships and given recruiting restrictions the case dates back to two thousand sixteen when tutor Yolanda Kumar acknowledged she had violated NC double a rules by doing coursework in ensuring athletes in football baseball and softball past the courses they needed to pass what do you make of this ruling storable this is a case where Mizzou flag the problem Mizzou took it to the NC double a cooperated with them throughout the process of this and this is one rogue tutor their schools North Carolina they had an entire course work where they were cheating for their athletes not just a slap on the wrist there Mississippi state I mean you you the proportionality of the NC double a is is ridiculous if this had been a premier college athletic program no way you're going to have this kind of sanction and four zero could cooperate what messages that said to all the other schools will tells me you don't cooperate with the NC double a if you find a problem you cover it up because it you know this the NC double a is a is a mafia bases get out the mafia run organization it needs to be massively reform if not done away with all together on I think you're right about that and I think that's a continue this is just a another brick in that wall of people who are going to be angry about what the NC double is up
Wall Street retreats from record on trade cloudiness
"Futures taking a hit this hour is the trade war ways on sentiment closer sources close to trade negotiations telus Chinese officials doubt that a long term deal with the U. S. is possible for more details we're joined from London by Brandon Murray who is in charge of all things to trade at Bloomberg news Brenda good morning what art Chinese officials saying exactly and isn't much different from what they've been saying up to now well we're gonna hear a lot in the next couple of weeks about this so called phase one deal that the US and China say their they expect they'll be able to sign but what we're not but what this reporting shows today is that basically it's going to be one and done that the Chinese are not interested in addressing the the broader sort of structural issues with its economy that the US is pressing for so where that leaves us is a trade war that just kind of goes on and on until the other side caves and neither one is willing to do so at this point yeah I just spoke with Stephen reshoot L. of Mizzou whole who is terming this a new trade Cold War and one that in many ways the business community has already adjusted to so where does this leave things now if we are headed toward this is sort of long term impasse between the world's two largest economies it leaves both sides with their key demand on the table China wants the US to roll back the terrorists that are already in place and the U. S. wants China to move more toward a a market led economy and neither one of those neither one of those sites appear willing to give those things so what it means is we could see the the economies of both countries the U. S. is is grinding lower to two percent sort of rate in China just recently rate reached a a six percent rate which is pretty slow for its past couple of decades so we could just continue to see this sluggish you know kind of growth that we've seen both companies decelerate to going on indefinitely as long as these to trade war weapons that they're both sides have are pointing at each other continue to be part of the picture of course we saw yesterday the phase one trade deal at least to getting over the finish line thrown into doubt now that the APEC summit in Chile is canceled in this atmosphere of a potential long term trade impasse does that put this phase one deal into doubt now it does it it definitely puts the timing of the phase one one deal and the law and the location of it they don't have a location for the four presidents trump and she to get together and and sign phase one so we're still waiting to find out if that means they're going to wait a couple months and and meet somewhere else neutral territory perhaps but if if the both sides are pretty confident that phase one which is really just a superficial stuff could can get done but beyond that as our reporting shows today there's really little appetite on either side to to go much further yeah and in terms of that I mean where could we potentially see cracks in some of those long term is sticking points things like the terrorists is there a possibility that the U. S. might make some concessions on tariffs that could leave the Chinese to budge in some way on their end the one pressure point that the that's really weighing on Donald Trump and the U. S. economy generally is that business investment is really being hurt by all the uncertainty that terror created we've had a couple different a couple consecutive quarters of capital spending declining some of the economic numbers showed us this week the consumer meanwhile is staying pretty strong so if we continue to see that that businesses are continue continuing to a delay high and delay investments and that continues where the comet that could become a point where Donald Trump decides you know what let's let's you know get back to the table and try to offer some concessions then our last minute here are we hearing any discussion on these longer term issues the structural changes that the US is looking for are those actually being discussed I mean we we hear that Chinese officials are discussing among themselves that they're not willing to budge but are those issues on the table right now they're not on the table for phase one and what were reporting today is that China isn't interested in them even in a phase two unless the U. S. rolls back terrace so the longer term stuff is really being pushed out into the future and whether we get to those it's it's increasingly looking unlikely that that those will ever come or you know next year so say that those are ever going to happen Bloomberg's Brandon Murray with an important scoop on our trade team and this morning Brennan thank you Brandon Murray is in charge of all things trade for Bloomberg news he joined us from London
News in Brief 23 August 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations. A surge in deliberate attacks against students teachers and schools in western central africa has led a to a tripling in school closures in the last year the u._n. Children's fund unicef said on friday in a new report. The agency warned that a generation of youngsters had been robbed given education in eight countries in the sahel region sounding the alarm in geneva was unicef goodwill ambassador mizzou now melon a former syrian refugee. Nearly two million children are out of school at iota conflict so it is not an easy number. It is important to highlight those challenges linda's to highlight the struggling those people because they need us. They need our attention. I had to flee my homeland in syria and two thousand thirteen here team and they also had to lift if you can't it wasn't easy for me and also i can feel like those children who cannot go to school because education. Is something really really really important to me myself together. By unicef to june indicates that nine thousand two hundred and seventy two schools have been closed in makino fasso cameroon maroon chad central african republic democratic republic of the congo mali nesia anti-g area as a result of insecurity three times the number at the end of two thousand seventeen fifty four people have died in sudan because of flash flooding since last month and nearly one hundred ninety four thousand people have been affected across the country tree humanitarian have said citing an alert from the sudanese authorities the u._n.'s humanitarian coordinating archer reported that fifteen out of eighteen states dates have been hit and more than thirty seven thousand homes destroyed or damaged. Here's a spokesperson jens locker. The fake people are in need of emergency shelter food health services and clean water and sanitation. There's also an urgent need for victor control to limit the spread of waterborne diseases by insects and drainage of stagnant water with rainy season expected to last until october and more rainfall forecast humanitarian are concerned by the high likelihood of more flash floods of the one point one billion dollars required to respond to all aid needs in sudan this year only thirty percent has been provided by donors and finally hey to the democratic republic of the congo d._r._c. where the ebola virus outbreak continues to prove hard to pin down but you in health experts remain positive they can't arrogated it speaking in geneva dr michael ryan from the world health organization or w._h._o. Explained that two of the biggest challenges daily security risks in the northeast along with the massive movement of people all potential carriers of the virus at the peak of this outbreak. We were tracking twenty two thousand context everyday tracking twenty two thousand the different people every day in an area where people hundreds of thousands of people move in the province every day. It's been a huge challenge while they disease has spread in the last last two weeks to mwenga in south kivu. Dr ryan insisted that one of the biggest steps forward was the development of vaccines and therapeutic medicine's latest data shows at the outbreak has led to a total of two thousand nine hundred twenty seven cases of infection and one thousand nine hundred and sixty one deaths daniel johnson u._n. News.
Gary Pinkel, Cancer And Mizzou discussed on Total Information AM
"Former mizzou football coach gary pinkel says he is being treated for cancer again telling a._b._c. seventeen t._v. and columbia that he had treatment last month after his cancer came out of remission for the first time in four years pinkel says his type of cancer will never be healed he intends to keep
Broncos trade up to select Missouri QB Lock
"Lock to over as Mizzou's QB one after five games of his freshman season. He started the next forty six leaving school with ninety nine career touchdown passes. A traditional pocket passer law has a big arm a big frame at six four to twenty five and his sneaky, good athlete. No one is more confident than him. Although we can get in trouble, trusting his arm too much. All right. So drew lock goes to the Broncos Johnny how long before he's the starter week one. He beats out he won't be. He won't beat out flacco, I don't think. But Joe flacco is having draft draft day remember to sort of case keenum case keenum goes the quarterbacks drafted he's at the Rams draft here golf the Redskins. Now the draft Wayne has this kind of Steve Bergische flacco last year they draft Lamar Jackson and other draft. Drew lock. Yeah. So I had said all along that the Broncos the Broncos staff spent a lot a lot of time with you lock senior bowl a lot of time with him. So I wasn't. I was surprised when I heard the Broncos were very very hot heavy after July, but they decided to trade down no fan number twenty and the they'd drew lock waiter, and they were able to get him back to back picks with don't riser. So they could move there by John Elway to get through locking the second round. And the thing is if if. Hits. But Johnny why get flacco in the first place. Why that's that's why I'm not a big fan of Joe flacco. I mean, I've said all along that if I if I'm running an offense I wanna quarterback that's going to be able to make some place when things break down because I know my offensive line isn't going to be able to to hold up every single every single play. I look our experiences are now. Is the Sean that's our experience. Now like we see that. I mean, everything is sort of jaded with the line. Play will ask you but chunk still make something's happening. If you haven't slot play. Well in Denver the record done done. So drew lock in is a pretty good f-. He's a great basketball player. In fact, he thought he was going to go play basketball in college. So drew locks and athlete that can make some things happen. A couple years ago. We saw that too degree against Texas in the academy. Sports and outdoors texts. He had a cut one of the best does I've ever seen any of these quarterbacks. Make he threw for a touchdown against Texas. And I still I could see standing outside right in line with what he threw it. And it was like sixty yards is beautiful parabolas. Right. Enhance observes Seaver running it for touchdowns. Like, whoa. I mean, it was nice. That's when you realize this guy's got some serious armed talent. Like Denver's great spot for
Exit poll says comedian leads Ukraine presidential election
"Exit polls show the leading vote-getter in Ukraine's. Presidential election is a comedian who plays the president at a TV sitcom voting Mizzou linski his getting above thirty percent of the vote that's far short of an absolute majority. It appears to be in April twenty first run off with the incumbent will Lola will will who most exit polls show is in second place. But stafford. For the former prime minister say their exit polls show that. The hair is handily in second place, and thus qualifying for the
John Tape Porter, John Porter And Michael Porter discussed on Route 66 on KMOX with Johnny Rabbitt
"Great another misfortune for Mizzou sophomore basketball player. John tape porter. A school spokesman confirmed to ESPN on Saturday that Puerto retour the same ACL at sidelined him this season. John Porter was in Denver where his brother Michael porter, jR, is a member of the NBA's nuggets when he suffered the new
Can DNA testing show us what food to eat?
"Consumer market and DNA testing kits focused initially on tracing ancestry. But in recent years, there's been growth in areas such as personalized medicine for the future food series supported by Rabbo Bank. Darren Dodd has been testing some of these products, and he spoke to FT science editor club cooks and a neuroscientist Miguel Toribio Mateusz about how useful they are. Subplot you've been Las batching at it testing. And exemplifications of the is it little potted history of where we are. It's more than fifteen years since antecedents worked out, the basic human genome, all our DNA and began to work out. What individual bits of it? The jeans did for our health for our lives are appearance everything it's ten years or so since that information began to enter the consumer arena through several companies, but by far the best known brand is twenty three and me. They've now got many many millions of customers who look at everything to see their ancestry through to propensity to develop all sorts of diseases and the companies do give you medical and health advice. But one of the fos- disc growing areas of application is indeed into dot health and shopping, what should you buy? To maximize your chance of living a healthy. Life says quite young Marquis so Miguel. What's the scientific view these kind of products? How useful are they? They're useful as a provider of pieces in jigsaw. So you might in your health as a complex excel with an image of London. A few pieces of the jigsaw. Are actually missing on what these companies are doing is providing you anything from one piece of that jigsaw to several pieces depending on how much you do to change your health and lifestyle nutritional lifestyle. So some people will find one pays very useful. Some people may need several pieces to actually do something with information. But in general, I think that information can be very useful for people to make positive changes to their health. Darren euro ready again, a pig on some trials of some of the latest dot and health genetic consumer tests. That's right. Well, I'm enrolled onto trials a minute. Then the first one is nichole DNA nudge. Which as the name implies analyze your cinetic makeup and tries to Steve's foods that best compliment that makeup be works by a respond which scans the barcode of the product. And then gives you results red or green or a neutral signal. That's currently being trolled with waitress to see if it can help customers in the fight against diabetes. So I went down to waitressing Westland in this week and spoke to Chris to Mizzou the company's CEO, there's this whole bar FINA. Now, Iran director consumer genetics people buy these kits. They send this alive or off to a lab, they wait several weeks, and they end up with generally uninterrupted information, and that is actually caused a bit of skepticism around these technologies even GP's find this information hard to translate. So what we've tried to do at DNA nudge is demystified the whole process on a small little cartridge. We can take a saliva sample and with. Thin twenty minutes. We can then translate your medical genetics focused around nutrition in particular and determine what food is good or bad view based upon your DNA. And it's not saying that you should eat bananas instead of biscuits 'cause we know those sorts of diets don't work the best diet as we all say is the dire. Edo no, you'll have him. So affectively what we tried to create is a nudge in device saying to people look, this is your natural behavior. These are the sorts of products that you like, and you're going to buy them any way, but we're giving people more choices and a healthier choices within that range. We're not actually looking for genes that the Termine what you can metabolize or not. We're actually looking at medical conditions where looking up propensity to particular conditions related to nutrition, hypertension, type two diabetes obesity for example, caffeine metabolism. These are the sorts of genes that we're really focused on now as I mentioned, you know, jeans, Adum your DNA is dumb. It's high lifestyle expresses those genes. So it's really just a a warn in. And your DNA is therefore guiding you it saying, look, you know, you can have biscuits. But actually, these are the better biscuits view based upon your DNA was sold. Peanuts might be a classic example, where he might now change what peanuts you eat because some of got more salt than others, which could be more important for you. Then shook a sensitivity.
Jaguar attacks woman trying to take selfie at Arizona zoo
"Tracy. A woman is recovering from injuries suffered when she got a little too close to a big cat at a zoo in Arizona, and we get details from ABC's. Mona Rivera, a call for help came from the wildlife. Life world, zoo, aquarium and safari park near Phoenix. Sean Gilan of central Arizona fire operations rushed over responded to a call a female who had been attacked by a Jaguar witnesses Mizzou say the woman was trying to take a selfie with the Jaguar got too close and the Jaguar reached through a fence and Duggar claws into the woman's arm. The woman suffered scratches and bruises, but is expected to be okay. Zoo tweeted that it's investigating. But that the woman crossed a barrier to take a photo while the animal did
Missouri student on Columbia campus has active tuberculosis
"Oh six university. Spokesman Christian Bassi says one student at Mizzou has been exposed to active tuberculosis student upon receiving the diagnosis immediately voluntarily left the campus. And it's our understanding that that does stop almost immediately. The any kind of concerns about spreading or more individuals being exposed should say one student has been diagnosed with active, tuberculosis, basically says the university and the Columbia boon county fire department of public health and human services are working to identify people who might need testing. He can't say if the student lived on campus in a dorm, the CDC says TB is most often spread when an individual with active, tuberculosis of the lungs cops near other people spread only through the air, and it's not tucked in. It's not spread by touching. Services or by sharing food or
"mizzou" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You're right from an interesting damn point and angle because I did grow up in the heart of that they were bigger than anything. But I think over the years, I've definitely seen Missouri acclimate toward the conference more than maybe even I specked it. I mean, I, and I say that like that could give people I think that th the tire at tailgates is different than than it was when I was a freshman divide route tailgate and stuff like that. It's different than when I was a freshman. And I think also you look at the commitment from this university to to football, which is actually sees. I mean football SEC go together like peanut butter. Jelly, you see the Missouri put money into the facility. I mean, they're working on the the. One hundred billion dollar south in zone project, and they're really dedicating towards facilities in that standpoint. So I think you've seen this progression of Missouri attempt to acclimate his best to can I said, this is the LARs Ajay. I don't know if it can ever. I mean, I don't know if ever going to be a natural fit. I don't know if possible, and I think Missouri will probably strive to get close to it as possible. But in the end, I mean, I don't know I feel like you've come for you come from where you come from and the pet the pet doesn't just fade away. So I think time will tell in terms of bid still rather young. But I think all in all their VIN parts of the school that has certainly acclimated to it. And I think there have been parts that have kind of straight away from it again time will tell, but it is interesting in the it's been interesting being here coming from the heart of that the the thing how much people care about football compare the Alabama Auburn it's been fascinating and enjoyable experience. Also, great. View on. It means a lot to all of us who have gotten to know you over the years and watch go up and best wishes and thank you very much. And I do hope to see you soon. Thank you pot cruciate it they can for the time. And hope you have a great into your weekend. We you got it. Alex Lewis covers Missouri as a student. Thank you for listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. The Paul finebaum show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern..
"mizzou" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And I say that honestly looking around the business I saw Tun of same with alumni and big time sports writers had gone, Missouri. So I chose the school was in it had just joined the I didn't know much about it. And then you're right freshman year in the fall tells the fifteen the protests did happen. I remember getting a call from my editor that week. It was like early in the morning on a on a Monday 'cause like you should probably run over to the athletic the food. I think something's going on. And it kind of ignited the entire week where the system president resigned and chance to resign. And yeah, I mean that was a very tough time for the university, PR wise, then I think students on campus kind of felt the difficulty that that the university fell to I think in some cases, I I wondered how it would affect the school going forward, and like Gary Pinkel retired and the football program suffered and in the years after that there were tough times, especially basketball struggled. I mean, I think just from a PR damn point that school took a lot of hit. But you're right to your to bring it full circle. I did feel like over this past year. But I'm a senior now, and I think maybe even towards the end of last year, especially at the what the basketball team did even without Michael porter. I felt like things were starting to to turn. And I I feel like the more freshman that get on this campus. The further maybe some of the black eyes of the school fade away. So I don't know. It's an interesting time for this to surface. I mean Kelly Bryant was stoked big for positive PR for this university. And for the football program, Missouri had never recruited a guy that was that big. And and really kind of to fill in for drew lock. It was such a huge moment. The fact that he's gonna stay important. But this really does hurt the pure of a school that you're right has been trying to rebrand and in the way kind of move past the Invicta to fifteen for a long time. Alex, let me close by asking a question. I get and it's always difficult for me to answer this because you know, my background, and I know yours, and we've been both of us have lived you a lot shorter than I in the shadow of Alabama. And Auburn the center of the SEC. I I get the question all the time. Is missouri? A good fit for the SEC. Doesn't matter really what the answer is because they're in. But a lot of people are still struggling with the connection between Missouri. The last school to enter the SEC and the SEC even here on this program. We we try to be as equitable as possible. But you know, it's not the easiest thing to connect school. That is pretty far out there and used to a different conference and many believe wanted in in still a yet another conference the big ten frame it force. What's it like? It's a good question. It's one that I got asked actually a couple of months ago on radio show with Jay Barker, and LARs Anderson, and and they asked him a similar question like how has Missouri acclimated to the SEC? And it is I come from it..
"mizzou" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You were at Kentucky the other day. How good is Tennessee? They're really good. They're they're kind of an old school basketball team in their makeup. All that. You know, a lot of guys our age group would say, you know, I like college basketball better when kit stuck around for four years, and you could you get to know the players and love your team. Well, these guys have been around three and four years and they've grown up together. They they were they built together they got really good together. And they were top rate team last year and lost oil Chicago and the tournament. And now they're back, and they're more mature and they've been through it. And they've got a they've got a star in grant Williams. They've got a an all conference player, and Admiral Scofield, they can shoot it. They're they're good defensively. They're getting better, but they're not a super team full of super talents like Kentucky. Year, Duke, or some of these other places. So it'll be interesting to see like how many how many people really do fall in love with this team. 'cause they're they're legit. They're very good. I don't think anybody's great yet this year. But but Tennessee's been among the the most the teams with the highest level consistency throughout the course of the year. Great stuff from Jay Bilas J. Always appreciate your time. And hope to talk soon. It's always a pleasure. Thank you. Well, what are what antastic conversation and lightning and two point by Jay Bilas? So the best around joining us to talk about the diversity of Missouri. Slamming today by the NC double a bowl ban in one. Make sure you heard Jay say that because for all of the history onyx of the pri-, the chancellor, the a d and Barry Odem 's comments about appealing this like they're going to have, you know, take an army and build a Ford around the incidentally headquarters and not let them out until they overturn this. You. I heard him say at the odds of that happening. Yeah. Infinitesimal is a tough word spell, but that's pretty much. What it is. You listening to Paul finebaum show podcast and getting a lot of reaction. We just heard from Jay Bilas. We've heard the Kelly Bryant story from South Carolina. And that let's hear what it's like on campus. Alex Lewis who studies. They're in journalism, and certainly has chronicle case. In many publications, including locally joining us now from Columbia, Alex, great to have you on always so cool to talk to you. You're on campus, your your following this very closely as we say Hello to you. Give us the read from where you are. What's been the reaction all afternoon long? I thank you for every poll. Really? Appreciate it. I told John producer. I grew up with the show from Birmingham, obviously, been a mentor cypress. She ate. Oh. And now, it's it's always it's great to see you for sure as far as I guess the temperature around campus. It's eighty degrees outside. I think it's chillier. I think it's chillier within the athletic department. It's been an interesting day. You know, I I think about I'm a senior. I think about my last four years here and so much has happened. So so much turmoil. Jim Sturt Missouri's athletic director took over in August of two thousand sixteen and then just months after taking over this story kind of surface and you'll onto to more the tutor who supposedly allegedly compete completed academic where for twelve student athletes her story surface just month after Jim's thirty to the job, and so much has happened that then I it's just been such a wild ride..
"mizzou" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You see these investigate these internal investigations essentially going away, and and they're not doing that anymore, and that's just essentially smart business on their part. Nobody's saying that if you find infraction you should cover it up. But there's certainly no no incentive to cooperate anymore and North Carolina. Now, the NC double A. And this didn't have a case what happened at North Carolina has happened in the past it happened at Michigan happened at Auburn, exactly. The same thing. Just go on as long, but the eight never brought a case against those two 'institutions because they didn't advocate against North Carolina. They brought it and I think the NC double A's stance was North Carolina. Will cave even though we're bringing an extra benefits charge, which doesn't make any sense alternately, they'll cave, and they'll they'll accept sanctions and all that stuff. We'll Carolina said no this is bogus. We're gonna fight it. And they fought it and one. So I think the I think the the message out there institutions as you may be better off fighting Nancy AA in standing up for yourself rather than, you know, throwing yourself on the altar of the NC, double A and just hoping you get fair treatment. Jay, we've we've had the usual and requisite statements from chancellor, the head football coach athletic director, very hyperbolic talking about how they will aggressively appeal this, but you also know how the appellate process works and many of us don't what happens when you appeal the case in front of the incidental, and what's the likelihood of it being overturned? That's a good question years and years ago when miles brand was the president the AA the appeals process was changed miles. Brand got tired of committee on infractions rulings? Being overturned and modified so that the the process is different now. Now, it's basically clear it's kind of like video review on on a basketball or football field. It's got to be clear error like unmistakable. And or or an abusive discretion something like that. And that that's pretty rare that that anything gets modified or overturned on appeal. So I would put the chances of this especially with the case lake like, Missouri. Where this is what the lake calls academic fraud academic fraud to the answer AA is is the player or somebody helping the player put one over on the university or cheat the university, and that's why it wasn't academic fraud and the North Carolina case the legitimacy of the courses is up to the school. So whatever they say is legitimate is legitimate. If they put the course out there, it's presumed to be legitimate. So that was never a academic fraud. And that's why they were never charged with it by the. Aa? There were centrally admitting it wasn't academic fraud. The the question really in this Missouri case is where the penalties fair. And I don't think they are. But oddly enough Paul it's kind of like vacating wins the more like Louisville got all these wins. Vacated Syracuse a few years ago under Jim behind the more the schools complain about the punishment. Honestly, the more the AA thinks they're doing the right thing. They think hey, this really hurts them. So it's working when really the only ones that care in the in the Missouri case, truthfully. The only people that care are Missouri fans who say it's unfair and Missouri's rivals who say, I told you. They're cheaters everybody else doesn't care. And so that that's to the benefit of the AA. Before you go have to ask you a college basketball question or two we've spent a lot of time here and elsewhere talking about Tennessee. I know you've seen them you've seen Duke..
"mizzou" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And they'll probably put a couple more years put him back to five and three years left on the deal, and they're probably going to have that wrapped up in June. And really there's been talk of that really going back to November before the game. When you know he was going into and looking at ten wins. And you know, that was a lot of feeling and grumblings that he was going to get that extension back. Then. The on the day. He was given the job in the interim job taking over for less miles a couple years ago. I mean, did you cover this team? Did you did you believe he'd still be the coach as we begin twenty nineteen? No, I did not. I did not think he was going to get the job after he became the interim coach I mean did talk to some board members who who liked him and they wanted to give him a chance. And then he wasn't like just a. Well, like, we've put Pierre replace John Brady is in or basis you knew he was at the job. And there's been other coach do say working to get the job. But you knew he had a chance, and then it kind of built and but no to answer the question. I I didn't think he was gonna end up being the coach I thought they were going to get JIMBO Fisher. And and then you know, they they they ended up being more interested in Tom permanent. But but that didn't happen. So they kind of fell back and settled on coach Ron, and he got a salary that fits being settled on a three five million. He only makes a million more than his defensive coordinator. So I think they're going to you know, bump that up for sure. In terms of his success, many many reasons, but you just you just alluded to Dave Aranda keeping him there. How how important was that in the overall health instability of this program? Oh, yeah. That was that was very important. You know, he was hired by less miles. And he's seen as one of the best. He's the highest paid assistant coach in college football. They almost lost them, Texas A and M at about this time last year. So that was huge. But but I think one of the best things co Joe is done is higher. Some very good assistance. Who aren't you know, who have more in the trench coaches that recruit our slice smiles at gotten away from really good assistance was just hired recruiters. Coach owes offense ordering coach jeans. Crack is is very good as safeties coach Bill Bush kind of runs. The secretary is very good. Jerry Sullivan receivers coach was very good. He sits we're tired. So he he he got away from those recruits have the coaches, and I think that's really the staff and their pooping proved. The player development as a player development was hurting under less. He was the talent. But they he wouldn't get in the best out of. Couldn't give always great to have him on Glen. Thanks for coming on enjoy Super Bowl. We'll never mind. Enjoy the weekend. Watch. Great to have Glenn ongoing. Go I giving us a little history lesson on the state of Louisiana when it comes to the New Orleans. Saints listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. Big story today came out of nowhere. But it came from Indianapolis into a ruling on the university of Missouri. Slamming them in several sports, including taking away a bowl trip for the twenty nine thousand nine hundred Missouri. Football tigers. There has been a lot of reaction. We'll get more in a moment as we go to Columbia live. But certainly we want to talk to one of the leading experts on the NC double A in the in college force, Jay Bilas, ESPN's college basketball analyst, always great to catch up with JJ. Thanks for the time. I know you're all over the place..
"mizzou" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Tom Benson for moving to team to San Antonio and Cadel which to win that that's long from that. And after these eight suited in now this, but you know, it's just a excusable call. It's not just saying fans that we're talking about if everybody who knows football makes it was a terrible call. Seems like we've been talking a lot about a lot of about bad calls in in Louisiana this year. Move over to. What would maybe the most unlikely? Late January headline at ores Ron getting a contract extension. You go back to the beginning of the season and many were wondering if he'd ever get through the season as as far as the negative stories that were coming down. I understand why got it. But I'm really interested in your view of the odyssey of of Ed ores. Ron's two thousand eighteen season. Yeah. Yeah. He, you know, expect it to be more in the seven or eight win category. And he's ten and and really shouldn't have got to eleven of without a particularly bad call in that first overtime at an nine Hispanic is the past favorites against the saints. But clearly that was a fumble and not an incomplete pass and LSU should've won that game right there. So that would have been eleven win season. And you know, he he early almost beat Florida to in. But you know, it was it was a very good season and over achieving season. And you know, that that lends itself to get the nice raise and and an extension because Ed is forty two thirty six in the nation and salary tenth in the SEC three five million. So he's gonna he's gonna get. Up to about four million..
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"When Gildo joining us, so many things to talk to Glenn about Glenn always great to have you on been a busy couple of weeks in Louisiana from cozy extension to the saints. Whatever you wanna call it. Good afternoon robbery. That's what it was. So what I ask you. I mean, what is the level of interest in Louisiana for Sunday's Super Bowl is is there any? Well, yeah, there's there's some interest. But there's going to be a lot less people from Vienna. Watching that Super Bowl, I think I know there's a bar do Orleans Tracy's popular sports bar that's gonna be show in the Saint Super Bowl from two thousand ten. The real simple zone. And there's this big party with lots of local musicians like Kermit rough and said are having a, you know, a party during the Super Bowl that does not include the Super Bowl. So it has a lot of anger about that. You know, that was that was a historically bad call that was like the stabler holy roller back in seventy eight. But that that game was if ever since outright groan probably the most wrong when since then. Glenn interested, and I've lived in that state, but I lived in north Louisiana so much. I got a really good field. But I mean, we know LSU is the state school. And everyone loves the Tigers does the draw the saints make its way all the way through the state or or is it primarily the central to southern part of the state. I'm going gonna tell you the saints have of Archer following in Louisiana. Then LSU does really the. But that's because and this this would be true if Alabama head an NFL team, Paul. I mean, you almost have to stay a hoot Saleh Bama in the state of Alabama because they're Auburn fan. Right. Okay. That's funny. So had that in the NFL when there's just one teen in the state. You know, nobody hates the saints in Louisiana, and might be some people Shreveport their cowboy fans that, but this that's very low number whereas this people in Lafayette from U L, L and rust and from Sanitec that kind of hate LSU night, quite as much as Auburn people hate Alabama. But but you don't have that hate of an NFL team. And and that I was reminded of that again during this aftermath of the sped call, you know, you can just. Really feel holiday saying fans are on the state and felt that the Super Bowl running. And when they almost got there again in eleven, and and you know, LSU has fans out some of like, just sippy. But I don't think as much as the saints and the saints of really big on the Gulf Coast. They go to that. When I worked in mobile, and whereas those those are Alabama people there, and there's a lot of things that Jackson the city, and you know, going back to our humanity. So so the seats in in a way have have more of a following LSU. Talking to blend give really interesting some of the and I realized that the saints have had a tortured relationship with the NFL, especially Roger Goodell disco. This goes back a long way, especially to the bountygate situation. Sean Payton being suspended for a year. Did that ever die down did that ever go away? And and how how much worse is this. This probably not as well. I'd say, it's it's pretty bad. I mean, it may be just as bad. I mean Goodell to the saints coach away for a whole year on a suspension, you know, people were thinking this suspension before winks or eight weeks, and he deserved a suspension. There's no question but a whole year. So it seemed like there was a personal vendetta from Cadel against Peyton. And you know, I haven't really heard that about this situation. But there's a lot of hate for Goodell. Still if it was wearing all at all, you know, it's it's it's back especially with some of his comments yesterday. And you know, he's talking about how the league still healthy and the rest are great and everything. And and the amazing thing is Goodell was instrumental in keeping the saints in New Orleans back after the hurricane. It was mainly Paul Tagliabue. But you Dell was. His point man in the city did a lot of work people. Forget that. I, you know, as mainly Tagliabue and the governor of Louisiana Doug Ford who runs the Superdome, really stopped..
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"I'll be like the pieces that are coming back. You mentioned duly. He likes the coaching staff that they have around them. And so really, you know, he's already on campus. He's already started going through workout be fits in. Well, there he likes his teammates, and that kind of stuff, and I think just when you add it all up even with this news breaking today. He still like at the situation for him. He probably would be able to leave without penalty. There is an integral by cause. And I'm not sure what the disposition of that is whether he would have to wait for the appeal or not. But Matt Conley? You're you're telling us this is absolute based on what you're hearing. He's not he's not considering it. He's decided regardless. He's staying, and I guess one other question, you may not know the answer to this. Was he aware was he cognizant of the fact that the school was in danger of being hit by the NC, double A? Do you know? No, I don't think. So I mean, he he really felt like the way Metairie schedule sets up next year. Did they add a chance to go when SEC east or at least be right there which orgy competing for it? So I think certainly no he went with Missouri. Kind of with a plan in mind to go try to win a championship. So now, I don't think he had any idea. I don't think really anybody at Missouri expected this to come, you know, obviously, they knew they were being investigated. But I don't think the possibility of a postseason ban really entered into his mind when he was making decision. So, you know, I know he's disappointed without this worked out in kind of probably not the way he envisioned everything going. It's still now I think the other scenarios the other options like his best choice. Mad before you go when he made that decision. We know he left the side to Clemson. He ended up choosing zuri. Do you know? What other school it came down to he chose Missouri over over which school? Do you know? Yeah, I think Mississippi State surprisingly to some maybe was right there. Let's go that he really likes. He liked their offense. And God of what they were doing. I think when you look at Arkansas everybody pointed to Chad Moore's and kind of his relationship with Morris going back to when he was recruited to Clinton. But and that team struggled so bad this year, and they were so many pieces away with him only had a one year to kinda prove himself improves what he can do before he tries to go playing in a fell. I think that that was probably why he didn't end up there. Kind of the same thing with North Carolina with the year, they had went into gangs, the same like more of a rebuilding job to maybe having a senior quarterback to try to go in there and have one really good year. So I think Mississippi State was probably number two right there with them and Auburn, obviously as well. Probably number three. Would be my guest. Matt Connolly with the breaking news at Kelly. Bryant apparently will be staying at Missouri. Even though he hasn't played a game yet with the probation announced today the bowl ban. There had been a lot of speculation that he may leave a mad many. Thanks. Appreciate you coming on. If you're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast..
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"All we're doing. Well. Thank you do. I I don't know what's going on Mizzou. But I'm big Mizzou fan. You know? And but basketball game, I signed was just horrendous. It was and then and then earlier in the summer we had a coach arrested and miss court. And now, we get all this. What's I mean? What's going to happen? Hey, by the way, not the pylon. It just didn't start the summer this guard at a number of years ago with the with the the protests, which were so bad, and and so two Missouri's reputation. At the enrollment plummeted the chancellor of the president, the AD were all gone, Gary Pinkel, ultimately left as well saying that he his illness was the reason and since then Missouri has been a hot mess. So this is. It's a culmination of of bad news on top of bad news. Now, you thought some of that had gone away. Konso Martin came in really did a nice job cleaning up the basketball program. And then you know, my reporting gets hurt Michael Puerto gets hurt. And last year, they they're one and done in the NCW tournament and this season has been abject failure. Last night. They were just taken apart limb by limb against Auburn. Or ninety eight million dollar football stadium house has I gonna pay off. When enrollment is. I don't know. I don't know. And you know, listen, I I don't fall Jim stark for for saying what he said, but had to be said, I it's a pro forma move. But all that all that excitement is not gonna probably change this thing do. Sincerely doubt. This will be overturned and Missouri will likely be sitting home whenever we're going with peels ever feels ever working very rarely the percentage I'll have to double check I seen one or two that are that are successful. Usually I've seen cases where three year probation. Maybe you can get some relief at the end. I have rarely seen it on the front end. Again. This is not you can say, it's a kangaroo court may be. Yeah. But I mean, these are these are these are well respected people in the industry that make these decisions and the appellate process is is unlikely to overturn this unless less committee miss something. Which is highly unlikely about the way, I couldn't see why three different sports were affected. Well, we're gonna have we're going to have it explained in more. We're we're going to have a little more explanation in more detail because..
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"So we welcome you to Thursday afternoon dominated by the university of Missouri. A couple years ago. It was all missed it couldn't go to a bowl game. Now. It's the university of Missouri just weeks after getting Kelly Bryant with expectations higher than they have been in a long time. The school gets slammed today by the NC, double a myriad sports. But football is the sport. That is getting the majority of the attention. Jim s- Turk. The athlete director. Saying we are shocked and dismayed by the penalties that have been imposed today, and we'll aggressively fight for what is right. The committee on infractions has abused its discretion in applying penalties in this case in the university will immediately appeal this decision that has placed unfair penalties on at apartment in programs. It is hard to fathom that the university could be cited for exemplary cooperation throughout this case. And yet ended up with these unprecedented penalties that could end unfairly in adversely impact innocent current and future, Missouri student athletes. It is important to note that this was the action of one individual who acted unilaterally outside of the expectations that we have established for our staff members. So there you have it story that clearly has gone under the radar screen had happened years ago, but it surfaced today. And if these. Penalties are not reversed. And the odds of doing that are not good almost found out that recently others founded out in the past then Missouri with an expected. Good season ahead for Barry Odem will not go to a Bo game. The biggest question Mark involves Kelly Bryant who recently transferred from Clemson to Missouri. Many thought he would be in one door and out the other, but reports out of Missouri. This afternoon indicate that he is going to stay put he will stay there. According to reports and play one more year. Even though it's highly unlikely his final season will result in postseason action. So that is certainly the big story, and we will cover it many many different ways over these next couple of hours and your phone calls eight five five to four seventy five. So again, the the statement from Jim Turkey expected that is usually. With athletic director, say use usually not with that type of. Temperature reading. I mean that was boiling hot. You can tell that many people at Missouri are saying, okay, we essentially are caught up in much lesser crimes in the university of North Carolina. They walked away Scot free. We're getting the book throwing it out. It's because we were honest that seems to be the narrative coming out of Columbia, Missouri. We will get a lot of reaction. To that in from that much later on. And we invite your calls at eight five five two four to seven to eight five eight five to four to seven to eight five again, very rarely do you see a college football program banned postseason, but it has happened that happened ole miss it. Now has happened to the university of Missouri. Let's get some reaction Jason in Connecticut. Jason go right ahead. How you doing Paul? We're doing. Well. Thank you. You actually just mentioned it. But I I like to expand on that. I mean, do you think Mark Mark's should come out and self and justify why Missouri has been put on these pro- on this probation and North Carolina was just nothing happened to them. I'm not a Missouri fan. I'm actually from Kentucky actually and a Kentucky fan, but this makes no sense whatsoever. And I like the blood to step up. Explain this. Remember one thing you mentioned Mark our camera is the president of the NC double eight. He does not run the enforcement division unless it involves Penn State. The committee on infractions. Here's the case. It's brought to them by the enforcement division. And in this case, the committee on infractions adjudicated in favor of of the postseason ban. So I I don't think he's chairman anymore. But Greg Sankey was the former chairman of the committee on fractured now. He would not have heard this case he would recused himself. He was the chairman when the North Carolina case was hurt. Let's continue with more calls out. Go back and go on EBay by my voice back that I just lost about ten minutes ago. Eight five five to four I think, it's I think it's the polar vortex that just came and took it away. I had it all day. And I went outside and lost leave is in Missouri Levi. Thanks for the call go right ahead..
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"Choose one of the items and read it in the old ESPN voice that the voice over guy did like presented. I can do that. Yeah. I can okay. In a football. I'm going to tell you. Next. We get a lot of balls together. We gotta keep it spicy Thai. You gotta keep the magic alive, so Mizzou Oklahoma state. I have no feel for this game at all none. Okay. Justice hill sitting out for Oklahoma state. Not gonna play I think Mizzou's more consistent, but Oklahoma state. They scare the hell out of me. I haven't been able to get the pulse of Oklahoma state all year. I am going to go, Missouri. But like low single digits in terms of confidence points. I'm just not confident at all in them winning this game, even though Vegas has them installed as a pretty significant favourite the last time, you checked is still water Oklahoma. I think the word is on Clave like the Vatican City inside Rome is still water Oklahoma inside of Memphis. No. Yeah. I can't imagine that's ever been the case. Oklahoma state this year one in four away from Stillwater in that one win was Kansas. They lost three of the last four including two bad ones. Baylor. TCU not not great in terms of momentum coming into this game, especially not without Justice. Hell, even though type we love corn dock media. We love corner. I hate the actual food love the actual quarterback in what he was able to do this year Mizzou finishes with they win five of their last six probably should have been six straight. I saw the end of that Kentucky Mizzou game should have been six out of six offensively. These teams in terms of points per drive were identical and Mizzou has the better defense. And thus I'm going with the Tigers here. It's a lot of points. I don't again, I'm a confidence, man. Once we get down to it. And was the autozone. Liberty bowl. So. Yeah. I am going thirty seven points. How 'bout CHA? Whoa. Yes, sir. Easy killer. I'm going like six five I have to see what I have left here, but come on Thai now. No, not a good read on this game at all. But we do agree. We both like Musab Memphis. Memphis, just get barbecue somewhere anywhere rendezvous. Let's move onto the San Diego County credit union holiday bowl.
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"Hi focused listeners seeming how on our show, we just make oblique references to things college football or otherwise, but we never actually explain them and you're not even sure if we actually understand them. What if I told you boxes a podcast that does both of those things it's called today explained a daily news podcast that features voices from all over the country and the world talking about topics like trade, the Stanford prison experiment where the molar investigation subscribed today explain by vox on apple podcast, Stitcher or wherever you're currently listening to this show, though I can't really promise they're going to get into the whole towed thing should probably just stick with us for that. So wait Mizzou has been any SEC for almost just a little longer than my wanted wanted five wanted six overall one and five since joining, so. Okay. So Mizzou has been in the SEC for exactly as long as Mike Leach has been. It was, oh, fuck time is nothing? Yeah, one and five, including the glorious nine, six game. If you don't, if you don't remember at one point Mizzou, Georgia played a thrilling nine, six SEC conference game just again like them. Zoo is completely bounces identities every year either. It's a big twelve team or it's a big ten team. It's it's, you know, it's, it's, it's always all in on defense all in on offense. Sometimes it say bankrupt arena league team. There was one or two of those. Like, I don't know. I think rolling playing seven games this year guys. I do want to give you one other Mizzou fact because I think everyone should be end should remain skeptical of them during the construction of ro field in teen twenty six. There were some issues because it was a Divet between two hills on campus that they thought would make a good natural stadium in the course of construction. Allegedly a rock crusher and a truck were buried accidentally as part of the construction. Two questions. One construction in the nineteen twenties was mad. Negligent. When there's an allegedly to well, we, I think, would buried a truck somewhere around here. People used to drink a lot more and take really crazy over the counter unregulated and phetamine, and so begins the legend of the haunted truck of Columbia. Killed before it Sime by its lover. The rock crusher. Get on that Mizzou, school of journalism, dig that out. If you will point to funny how this fight wait, hold on, wouldn't it be funny of somebody just like filed that report to be like, hey, let's see how long it takes for somebody to get antsy. Dig the field up. And there's nothing there. I would give them seven days seven days before somebody tried it. The other point to on this is had we let somebody who abused truck like that into the SEC how Georgia. I don't know if you've seen them locally. Georgia's always been a Ford truck partner. Okay. There these ads, they started with Mark richt who I mean Margaret, you know didn't exactly what convincing driving a truck. He's more of a nice sedan. Guy always has been Chrysler Pacifica. Yeah, what it's this Mark richt. Right? Yeah, he Billy, hey, you know, that's got an automatic switch on the door. It's really nice. Got plenty of room for Honey buns for me to take to youth group. It's good. Yeah, church trips compete, five of station wagon, dad, sugar-free, Honey, buns mind..
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"Komo axe. Ah? Yes. The Mizzou fight song. And if you're a Mizzou fan listening to us, you're gonna wanna run off to a bookstore right now and pick up this book, one hundred things Missouri fans should know do before they die written by Dave matter. Dave joins us in studio. Dave, welcome came wack. Thanks for having me guys. Dave there is one tradition that exists at Missouri, which I think they've put an end to and I believe I'm bide have been there. I wasn't here for what I believe might have been the last time, and that was tearing down the goalposts and taking him to Harpo. And I think the last time that happened was in two thousand ten when Mizzou beat Oklahoma. Right, right. They've had some big wins since then that would have qualified for post take down games that go to heart bus, but Missouri gets those things down really fast. Now, there's an SEC policy. If you're rushed the field to get fined ten thousand dollars or something I guess it's expensive to replace the goalposts too. So yeah, it kind of took the fun out of that. But yeah, that's. Matter knows more about zoo Mizzou athletics in any person alive for the history. All of its is books. Fascinating. I remember very very fondly not fondly. But I remember very clearly the downplay against Colorado. That's in here it absolutely as you. You can't tell the history of football without touching on that. And what happened? Colorado got five downs to score the game winning touchdown in the crazy thing is the touchdown. Should not have counted. He didn't cross the. Yeah. Yeah. But but that was before instant replay. So neither mistake was caught. They got five downs and Colorado. What makes that play really historic is. Colorado went on to win a share of the national championship. The only time in their history. Missouri had pulled off that upset now. Who knows Bob stole could have saved his job and had gone to a bowl that year. Yeah. No kidding. And you look at this basketball program storied, lots of great players have gone through that system. But they've never won a national title never been to the final four the final four a lot of people would consider the norm Stewart years the glory years of that program talk about some of the greats that passed through that Mizzou basketball, just so many. I mean, you start with his first star player was John Brown and went on from there when he brought in Johnston volt and Steve deposits in the same recruiting class into the nineties when he had his pipeline to Detroit, which I wrote about a lot of dug Smith from up there who is a great great college basketball player. Anthony peeler from Kansas City. His program really evolved over over time and the the caliber of players really evolved over time to where he got a lot of guys that went on to the NBA, maybe not great careers in the NBA, but solid rate. Great teams over the years and some of the best parts of Missouri basketball, where those rivalry games. Whether they Missoula annoy or Mizzou Kansas now with our move to the SEC Mizzou, Kansas games, gone off the table, some historic games there any chance forever going to see those played that charity exhibition game last year, Missouri would love to play Kansas every year, Kansas. That's about as much as they're willing to play for now. I think maybe leadership changes there at some point. They might the the the the ice might fall a little bit more. But they've lost out on rivalries for sure. But it wasn't only basketball the rivalry with with Kansas. I think about that game where Mizzou and Kansas think they were ranked number one number two and they played at Arrowhead stadium. Ready to go to number and and that plays a big part in his book to you. That was an epic game back in two thousand seven. It was cold to goes Rany was cold. It was but it was the game in the country that day, and that Missouri Kansas have never played the biggest game on the calendar. I'm looking at this thing. And I can't imagine there's another colleague in other university in the country. That's had the quality of broadcasters. Oh, absolutely. The Mizzou timing. Some of these names are legendary name broadcasting. I mean, Bob Costas Joe buck. The Mike Kelly who's been there. Forever. Bill wilkerson. I mean, it's really some great great voices in the industry have come through Mizzou basketball and football games over the years Kevin Harlan, who's a big ball announcer. I didn't realize he was a Mizzou announcer back in the day. And I mean, just Kellen Winslow was there for a while John Rooney that surprised some yes, he do nineteen eighty three. He was a voice of Mizzou football. And that's that's how far back he goes. But yeah, it's just a it's just a fascinating fascinating book. Where do you think the program is right now, historically, or are we are we in are these the good old days that we're living? Well, it's it's a transitionary time because they're still I think they were doing so well peaking under Gary Pinkel when they made the transition SEC. They won the division two years in a row things dropped off a little bit nine and Barrio is trying to get it back to be competitive in this conference is conferences. It is so difficult to win and sustained success, but they're trending in the right direction. They've won eight of nine games going into Saturday's game at Purdue. We'll see that. They obviously play much tougher schedule here in a couple of weeks. But we'll see what they can do is it possible to name. What would be the single greatest sports moment in Missouri history. Whether it be basketball football, volleyball, tennis, you know, the schools only won two national championships team James that's baseball track longtime ago. I think I think the two thousand seven Kansas Missouri game was as big as any because the winner went to number one and had a shot at playing for national championship. I mean that has not happened in either schools histories the Orange Bowl Orange Bowl teams back in the late sixty absolutely divine had some great TI eight when they played navy new Orange Bowl and really talk about this in the book to he could have gone to a lot more bowl games. But back then the criteria is a little bit different. And there was three years where the players voted. They didn't want to go to one which is crazy to think. Now, I mean no school would pass on the opportunity not playing a bowl game. So. Yeah. There are some great teams great wins in those years to you know, we hit all the controversy over the last five years at the campus. And I think recruiting probably took a little bit of a hit there for awhile. How is recruitment today for both of these programs on the upswing? I didn't cons of Martin has brought a different level of recruiting. He a he's a coach who has done this before he's he's established. He's well respected. I think nationally and really locally. So things are definitely on the upswing there. Barry Odem had different kinds of challenges when he took over the program. And I think things are improving especially here in the area. I mean have not recruited Saint Louis. Very well the last couple of years, but they are right now. That's Dave matter. The book is one hundred things Missouri fans should know and do before they die. It's.
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