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"mr. alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:17 min | 8 months ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We're back in. Greg is up next. Hello greg hey how you doing today. We're doing great. Appreciate your by the way just calling Listen to that lady that We were talked to earlier. She's traveling we we listen to you guys about five hours down here in dothan so we got you pretty long time. Well thank you. I'm dose integrate place. And i appreciate you saying that. Incidentally i while i was waiting i got a call by cardiologists and i looking for some pay for it and you said you know. Take it easy during these football games. Especially since auburn came from behind last week to pull out one out. I've always worn by cardiologists on a saturday afternoon. Or evening in alabama. It's it's a it's a probably a pretty pretty good profession to be boy. I tell you after that game. Until like i'd run ten miles but You know a lot of people got auburn like a speed bump for georgia's destiny with alabama. But i just wonder. Is there any magic still left in the jordan air stadium up. Pull out the help set next week this weekend. Well i've i've always thought that's one of the most difficult places to win a game and we saw it for years ago with georgia going in there and then auburn just clean their clock. And i've seen it many times seem to beat some great alabama teams in there obscene. Be a lot of other teams. So i think it's possible. I am you pull off the lsu win last week. But but i tend to lean a little more toward the bulldogs in that one. Speaking of alabama. Mr alabama is on the phone. Right now larry in shelby alabama bomb bomb. Larry how are you. Oh man you were just talking to cardiologists is where he was talking about needing a cardiologists to watch auburn place. Oh yeah yeah. Oh yeah man. I probably need one. But i don't know i was wondering about georgia town about otane points. Pretty crazy man. I don't know red dog. And i think i know who that is. She got used to call nine. Used to call under mission from somewhere. Yeah i know my car would say. Am takes him. You know he when he first. Golly sound like a fist writer man i i. It was a grammar school kid or something. But it's come out pretty good as a collar but i don't know i'm trying to find something base scared of but i don't know there's terror out by roll through them these time just like messenger. The only thing is scares me as you. You scare me you know. Hey negatively travels you know it goes right. Yeah what am i being negative about. Well you know when thing loses you pretty well get all you like doctor doom. You know dr teams day. But i love you man. I miss guys being on the show where we can sell them when the bananas. La get that back. Well we're close Larry thanks for the call we we we had one day We're under a lot more restrictions than we used to be. I think that's pretty obvious. I'm going to say any more. I like my job. let's Dr robbie up next. Hello robbie paul good afternoon. Thanks for the call. Thank you for having me on so far this season. It looks like alabama and georgia if settling does aside from everybody else Much as i hate to say. I think Georgia if they face. I'll be master title game. I think georgia will be alabama and not just being but roll alabama master title game like your thoughts on that ball robbie up. I'll be frank. I i made a moratorium not to think about anything. I'm i'm i'm doing with dakota's tell us to do all i can think about his next game because if we don't do that we're going to spend the entire football season talking about the alabama georgia game and i. I've gone down that road before. And i don't wanna do it anymore. Thanks for the call. Steve is in atlanta. Hello steve elements define bomb. I tell you. I got through the joe biden's basement before i could get through to youth. He's still in that basement. Yeah he's still in the basement. The extension cord would reach him so he'll didn't give it to him. My i got one quick statement that make you and this is why not if but when osha gets fired he'll have a tough time getting another head coaching job. And that's when in omen when tiffany was coach. Tennessee knows around with his Defensive coordinator relying coach would ever and tiffany got fired. It was hired at tennessee and tiff and took oaths run with him. I have but this is not. Secondhand is first hand because i was in tennessee. Talked to some people oshman's soon as he got fired went to some commits that he had made him tiffen and told them. Hey what i told you before by tennessee being best stew in the country. It's not it's usa and come on three thousand miles away and let's go play football. I lost a lot of respect for a man eater. Right he He did that. I remember that well and it was pretty cheesy of him to do it. But i first of all. I don't think i'm not saying he couldn't get a job at at a smaller school. Who would think it's a big deal to bring in him. But no no major college would hire somebody after being fired twice as as a major. Sec head coach and he saw that will muschamp. I mean he's not getting another head coaching job. But that doesn't mean you know job at mcneese state though. Yeah well. that's that's probably one of the places he deserves to go. But i'm you know. I just lost all respect and i guarantee you a lot of Eight days remember that. Well i think i think you know I mean there are not many places that were offering him Louisiana was different though. It's everybody knows that..

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

Kisah Alumni

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on Kacper Majdan

Kacper Majdan

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on Kacper Majdan

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Yeah the boat but boats. She's even as we speak. There are thousands of attacks on all aspects of the energy sector and the private sector generally. It's happening all the time. That's what granholm told. Jake tapper on state of the union on sunday and even said yeah. Our power grid is vulnerable to to cyber attacks and it's bad it's bad news. I've and that line it's happening all the time. If that doesn't wanna make you daydream. Good lord this next story is a good one. Representatives of rep eric. Swale well as you knows. A democrat from california. They have finally served a lawsuit to mo brooks mr alabama nineteen ninety-six alleging that he and other pro-trump responsibility for the capital riot that the republican congressman said sunday swallow had been trying since march to serve the suit on brooks attorneys for the democrat. Said last wednesday. They'd hired a private investigator to locate brooks. Apparently mr brooks was had very hard to track him down mo. He responded on twitter because apparently he's in a basement somewhere saying well swallow finally. Did his job served complaint on my wife not exactly sure that means a gee. I don't know who serving what on whose wife but seems to be like. Hey moe it's actually on you it. Just your wife was there to get it. I just think it's funny. It sounds like some high school thing mermoz. Like i'm going to serve you and swallow. Ask served your wife okay. He alleged that the democratic lawmakers team illegally trespassed in the process though a costing my wife. He said he didn't elaborate further though he added more to come. Okay that was what mo brooks said. He's a man of really intelligent words. Philip and donen another attorney for swallow told cnn that allegation that the papers were served. Improperly was untrue. Kaiser added he looked forward to quote reading. The papers should brooks contest the matter in court. I have a feeling confessed it because apparently he thinks it's illegal and they served his wife. They probably knocked on the door and she answered and they said you've been served. That's probably what because she opened the door. Trespassing accosted my wife okay. Sounds like she's done with you to mow. I'm not gonna speculate any further. But she answered the door and took the papers for you. And i tell you what every time like mtv or you know. I call her breitbart. But it's bogart. Does something dumb mo brooks comes in. And he's like holding a beer. And i'm like okay mo- yep it's a it's a tight three way race there for the dumbest joppy on that side. Which is teaching like them chasing him around like.

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You know how they feel about this man? You know, glass, the lines fans go ask the Vikings fans and Perry, I appreciate you for calling up From Mobile, Alabama. I understand you. You want to support Derrick? Henry? You know, Mr Alabama himself. I get that. But please make some sense. Tell me that our own Rogers is not a great quarterback is is ridiculous, and that's putting it nicely. I don't know. Maybe you didn't eat dinner. Maybe somebody slipped something in your dinner. That's that's done. That's that's a dumb statement. I'm sorry. Bradley's calling from Baltimore. Bradley, You are CBS Sports Radio Bradley Aaron Rodgers. He's not great, huh? He's not a great quarterback. Oh, I think he is a great quarterback. But you posed a very good question tonight, Um Patrick Holmes or Aaron Rodgers. As much as I hate to say that I disagree with you. I'm gonna have to cause patch for homes and not based upon any statistical Um, analysis of the season, but If I had to put a team together if I had to screen Aaron Rodgers and patch Mahomes, assuming Aaron Rodgers was around the same age is Patrick Mahomes. Would go with Patrick. I just truly love just watching him play sure, And it's coming from the Lamar Jackson. Yeah, but no, no. Well, that's that's that's a well I mean, if you want to talk about quarterback play it, Patrick, my Holmes's is light years away. From Lamar Jackson. It's two totally different players, So I think that's understandable. You you don't have to apologize for that. And I can't. I'm not going to disagree with you. And you know who do you want to start A team with especially if you think about age you don't lose with with with either guys so I don't. I don't disagree with your Bradley. But this is a very good question. Tonight. I'm gonna be thinking about this. Probably tomorrow. Listen, we got and this is the thing And thank you. Bradley for calling from Baltimore. This is something that we can think about for a few weeks. Remain difficult. This is that we got to see what happens the next three weeks. That's ultimately who was going to determine. Who's going to be M V p. You know, it's Patrick. More homes. Is he going to throw two more interceptions? This is this is all the eye test. You think about how the award is determined. There's this 50 voters is 50 voters in an immediate and oppress you determine this. You know, so like I'll call from Alabama who goes wise and Derrick Henry won't go go. You can write 50 individual letters to everybody that has a vote, including the panel, and you could figure it out. More of your calls When we come back. It's the J. R sport brief show on CBS Sports Radio. Some gifts don't come wrapped.

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Sure does. Why? Well, because the world is full of crazy, stupid idiots, Dumb people doing dumb things rub heatedly over and over again, oftentimes in the state of Florida, Florida Seven times. Other places. Jazz hands big finish. All right. We're going to Alabama Boat Limo where the wind goes screaming could know. Nope. We're going to meet a real life. Burger King Hamburglar. His name is Daniel Andrews and he's 35. He's been working at a Burger King for a hot minute and he was like, I think I've got a pretty good way that Really maximize my work and steal some money from this place. And so he did. He stole $30,000 from the store over the course of the past year. But he didn't just grab it from the till and like, you know, shove it in his pockets. $5 at a time New, sir. What he did. Mm hmm. Is. He created fake employees in the store's computer and then got them on the payroll, but he directed their pay. To himself. Okay, $30,000 over the course of a year, and then somebody was on to him. And they were like, um, hold the phone. Somebody. Somebody been taken a money? Hey, was charged with theft, identity theft and computer tampering. I mean, I guess, on the one hand I'm like $30,000 is it seemed like a lot but to be able to, like, Get away with $30,000. Even though it took a year to do. It seems like a lot, So yeah. I mean, that's like It is always like, like, what was he paying? I mean, like several people, a total of $30,000 sad. I mean, it sounds like they were. It sounded like he did a few different profiles. Fake hires. I mean, he check his mug shot. Let's take a look at Mr Alabama. It looks like He's like I got college got away with the toe until they caught May Means you didn't get away with it, sir. He's only 35. That dude looks like older than me, Okay? Where we're going next trainer Oh, thank you for asking. I'm really excited to tell you that we're going to Connecticut and I want to take you on a check. Released early stroll toe Naugatuck. Connecticut. And I don't know where that is. I've never been to Connecticut. I don't think anyway, um and room I need to take you to a residence Thursday afternoon on high Street. Not drug high, but that's just the name. You never know how high Street Out that, huh? That's true with the story and I want to tell you, I said Oh, you were laughing. So, um This. This is just a weird story, according to the police officers were dispatched on Thursday afternoon to this residence after a caller reported That there was something really weird happening in the backyard. And it's so weird. I don't know how you get your fingers ready? Um, I'd imagine intentional. Imagine if you will. Imagine if you will You look out your window right to see like, Oh, look at some beautiful say 00. Look, there's the man of my backyard. Oh, look, this man is half dressed. Look, this man is screaming. Oh, this man is putting his name into a tree. He was relating to the tree..

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Could no, no, We're going to meet a real life. Burger King Hamburglar. His name is Daniel Andrews and he's 35. He's been working at a Burger King for a hot minute and he was like, I think I've got a pre good way that Really maximize my work and steal some money from this place. And so he did. He stole $30,000 from the store over the course of the past year. But he didn't just grab it from the till and like, you know, shove it in his pockets. $5 at a time New, sir. What he did. Mm hmm. Is. He created fake employees in the store's computer and then got them on the payroll, but he directed their pay. To himself. Oh, God, $30,000 over the course of a year And then somebody was on to him. And they were like, um, hold the phone. Somebody. Somebody been taken a money? Hey, was charged with theft, identity theft and computer tampering. I mean, I guess, on the one hand I'm like $30,000 is it seems like a lot but to be able to, like, Get away with $30,000. Even though it took a year to do. It seems like a lot So yeah. I mean, that's like It is always like, like, what was he paying? I mean, like several people, a total of $30,000 sad. I mean, it sounds like they were. It sounded like he did a few different profiles. Fake hires. I mean, he check his mug shot. Let's take a look at Mr Alabama. It looks like He's like I got called Got away with the toe until they caught me. Means you didn't get away with it, sir. He's only 35. That dude looks like older than me, Okay? Where we're going next trainer Oh, thank you for asking. I'm really excited to tell you that we're going to Connecticut and I want to take you on a check. Released early stroll toe Naugatuck. Connecticut. And I don't know where that is. I've never been to Connecticut. I don't think anyway, um and room I need to take you to a residence Thursday afternoon on high Street. Not drug high, but that's just the name. You never know how I street. Out that that's true with the story and I want to tell you, I said Oh, you were laughing. So, um This. This is just a weird story, according to the police officers were dispatched on Thursday afternoon to this residence after a caller reported That there was something really weird happening in the backyard. And it's so weird. I don't know how you get your fingers ready? Um I'm Naj invitationals. Imagine if you will. Imagine if you will You look out your window right to see like, Oh, look at some beautiful say 00. Look, there's the man of my backyard. Oh, look, this man is half dressed. Look, this man is screaming. Oh, this man is putting his name into a tree. He was relating to the tree. He was humping trees. Okay. Can I just Can I see that obvious thing right now? Yeah. That is not the first time that man has gotten busy with that tree. No, But wait, there's more. There's smoke Black can't wait the tree up pregnant. Hall, Morrie. That's some big would kids. No. He had sexual relations with the tree screamed and then ate some branches. What Yeah, No, he ate branches. It, says collars. The 911 caller reported that an unknown male in a backyard half dressed so he was wearing a shirt but no pants putting. You got it, You know, he's my kind of access there. Yeah, he was, uh, getting busy with the tree screaming and eating branches when cops arrived. That's why that's where it gets crazy. My God, when cops arrived, the suspect, then runs into a neighboring house, causing its inhabitants to flee their home in the year, of course, because there's a pantsless man who, just running turgid through their home just had his way with the tree. And then ate it. I mean, I want to see what you do with a sexual partner like a human being. Well, he probably their arms, not it's not it. Well, maybe he just He's a objective sexual Alice. Maybe he doesn't get sexually motivated by people but in an almond objects like trees, although trees technically are alive anyway. So is that some kind of like weird Anyway, We don't have a therapist that's qualified to have this conversation. The intruder was later identified as John Fig NAR. He's 36 years old, and he exited the resident on when he did so he was placed under arrest. With his bottom half still exposed. Batted police and he was taken to jail. You got to believe that there was some drugs or alcohol. It doesn't say here, but I mean, Screaming, doing the thing with the tree and eating branches. That sounds like a bath salts experiences you have. So Yeah, There's Yeah, it definitely Tells a story but again like you don't like not every tree is ready to accept that kind of activity. Well, yeah. So he must be on the what I mean by like he that you know, that wasn't the first time he'd had Knowledge of that tree because He had to have like to be had lost it after that, he must have because he showed up with intention, right? He was already he was ready for the experience. He was pantsless. Can you just O'Malley and a head like it's hilarious to us after the fact Because we're reading details in the words just don't even make sense. But to like literally, I look out the back door several times a day to see what's going on in the back yard before I let the dog out. And if I saw a male making loved my tree, it's again the words just don't make sense altogether. Mm hmm. All right. Where we going? Thank you for asking for her next story We're going to where are we? We're going to a cemetery in Adelaide, Australia. Oh, I wonder if Zac Efron is there. I hope not. Because I hope he was nowhere near this. We're going to meet a 67 year old man by the name of Raymond James Stratford. He has three names. And what do we say about three names? People? Never good, not don't trust him. He also was performing an act with an inanimate object. Oh, this time, not a trees, but he was so he's in a cemetery. Oh, God. That is just our strong today. They really are. Um he was in a cemetery. With an electric toothbrush. What Yeah. Is he brushing his teeth? Oh, no. What was he doing? What kind of act? Can you perform with a toothbrush? Don't know. I have a guess. Well, there are two guesses. Uh, Where you gonna guess? Summer? Let's just say it's a battery operated thing. So if there's a buzz to it is all I'm saying, like there's like that. I was like sitting on it. Um Yeah, That's what I mean. I'm saying like it might have been. In a place uh, the world we live in. Now, here's the worst part is that this is not this is their first. This is not the first time That he Made his way to that cemetery and had his way with an electric toothbrush. Us Woz something that it happened more than once. There had been a least two separate complaints from women who had seen him doing this in the proceeding. Few weeks. Can you please read the next sentence? Um, that is my favorite, the part about offending stretch for, okay. His solicitor Sarah Bamford. Told the court that her client had decided to interfere with himself in the cemetery interfere with himself because quote he didn't live that far from it, and it was out in the open. That's what was going through his head at the time, he was shot far being out in the wilderness there, shrubbery and Woods in that cemetery and That is my instructions on why he went there. So essentially, he wanted to be. He wanted to do the thing outside and the cemetery was the place where he decided to do it outside. I would say that there are far more wooded areas that are in Not in full view of And also like I'm sorry. I am a person who has occasion to visit a cemetery. And, um I just I'm trying to imagine me rolling up in like My grief state to see Ah human person. Brushing. Not there. Not there teeth, though. Um, that would be that would be alarming taking care of their cavities. One in particular Good one, Holly. Uh, that's a winner, Holly. Well played. Thank you for that. Here are three things you can do to keep your social security number and benefits out of the hands of a fraudster. One verify. Verify, Verify, always verify the identity of.

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Well, then, e. Guess one could say That's a crazy, stupid idiot. Colleen and Bradley present C s. I D stands for crazy, Stupid idiots. Sure does. Why? Well, because the world is full of crazy, stupid idiots, Dumb people doing dumb things rub heatedly over and over again, oftentimes in the state of Florida Greater, sometimes other place jazz hands big finish. You. All right. We're going to Alabama. But limo where the wind goes screaming could know. Nope. We're going to meet a real life. Burger King Hamburglar. His name is Daniel Andrews and he's 35. He's been working at a Burger King for a hot minute and he was like, I think I've got a pre good way that Really maximize my work and steal some money from this place. And so he did. He stole $30,000 from the store over the course of the past year. But he didn't just grab it from the till and like, you know, shove it in his pockets. $5 at a time New, sir. What he did. Mm hmm. Is. He created fake employees in the store's computer and then got them on the payroll, but he directed their pay. To himself. Oh, God, $30,000 over the course of a year And then somebody was on to him. And they were like, um, hold the phone. Somebody. Somebody been taken a money? Hey, was charged with theft, identity theft and computer tampering. I mean, I guess, on the one hand I'm like $30,000 is it seemed like a lot but to be able to, like, Get away with $30,000. Even though it took a year to do. It seems like a lot, So yeah. I mean, that's like It is always like, what was he paying? I mean, like several people, a total of $30,000 sad. I mean, it sounds like they were. It sounded like he did a few different profiles. Fake hires. I mean, he check his mug shot. Let's take a look at Mr Alabama. It looks like He's like I got car got away with the toe until they caught me. Means you didn't get away with it, sir. He's only 35. That dude looks like older than me, Okay? Where we're going next trainer Oh, thank you for asking. I'm really excited to tell you that we're going to Connecticut and I want to take you on a check. Released early stroll toe Naugatuck. Connecticut. And I don't know where that is. I've never been to Connecticut. I don't think anyway, um and room I need to take you to a residence Thursday afternoon on high Street. Not drug high, but that's just the name. You never know how high Street Out that that's true with the story and I want to tell you Oh, you were laughing? Yeah. So, um This. This is just a weird story, according to the police officers were dispatched on Thursday afternoon to this residence after a caller reported That there was something really weird happening in the backyard. And it's so weird. I don't know how you get your fingers ready? Um uh, imagine occasional Imagine if you will. Imagine if you will You look out your window right to see like, Oh, look at some beautiful say 00. Look, there's the man of my backyard. Oh, look, this man is half dressed. Look, this man is screaming. Oh, this man is putting his name into a tree. He was relating to.

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"These were crazy, Stupid idiots. Well, then, e. Guess one could say that's a crazy, stupid idiot. Colleen and Bradley present. C s I, It stands for crazy, Stupid idiots. Sure does. Why? Well, because the world is full of crazy, stupid idiots. Dumb people doing dumb things rub heatedly over and over again, oftentimes in the state of Florida, Florida, sometimes replacing jazz hands Big finish. All right. We're going to Alabama Boat Limo where the wind goes screaming could no no, We're going to meet a real life. Burger King Hamburglar. His name is Daniel Andrews and he's 35. He's been working at a Burger King for a hot minute and he was like, I think I've got a pre good way that Really maximize my work and steal some money from this place. And so he did. He stole $30,000 from the store over the course of the past year, But he didn't just grab it from the till and like, you know, shove it in his pockets. $5 at a time new, sir. What he did. Mm hmm. Is. He created fake employees in the store's computer and then got them on the payroll, but he directed their pay. To himself. Oh, God, $30,000 over the course of a year And then somebody was on to him. And they were like, um, hold the phone. Somebody. Somebody been taken a money? Hey, was charged with theft, identity theft and computer tampering. I mean, I guess, on the one hand I'm like $30,000 is it seems like a lot but to be able to, like, Get away with $30,000. Even though it took a year to do. It seems like a lot So yeah. I mean, that's like It is always like, what was he paying? I mean, like several people, a total of $30,000 sad. I mean, it sounds like they were. It sounded like he did a few different profiles. Fake hires. I mean, he check his mug shot. Let's take a look at Mr Alabama. It looks like He's like I got car got away with the toe until they caught me. Means you didn't get away with it, sir. He's only 35. That dude looks like older than me, Okay? Where we're going next trainer Oh, thank you for asking. I'm really excited to tell you that we're going to Connecticut and I want to take you on a cycle. Released early stroll Toe Naugatuck, Connecticut. And I don't know where that is. I've never been to Connecticut. I don't think anyway, um and room I need to take you to a residence Thursday afternoon on high Street. Not drug high, but that's just the name. You never know how high Street Out that it's true with the story and I want to tell you Oh, you were laughing? Yeah. So, um This. This is just a weird story, according to the police officers were dispatched on Thursday afternoon to this residence after a caller reported That there was something really weird happening in the backyard, and it's so weird. I don't know how you get your fingers ready? Um uh, imagine it a shingle. Imagine if you will. Imagine if you will You look out your window right to see like, Oh, look at some beautiful say 00. Look, there's the man of my backyard. Oh, look, this man is half dressed. Oh, look, this man is screaming. Oh, this man is putting his name into a tree. He was relating to the tree. He was hoping the tree Hey, can I just Can I see the obvious thing.

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on College Football Live

"I cannot wait for college game day. An auburn fans no longer have to wait to hear who they're starting. Quarterback is because they have named beau knicks the true freshman the starter mark. What's your expectations of <hes> this true freshman in gus malzahn offense. We talked about their schedule for bonex son of former auburn tigers quarterback patrick nix who can have to use his feet a little bit good things a little bit of a dual threat type player <hes> pose to gatewood who's more of a pocket passer but with this schedule schedule they got florida. They have to play <hes> georgia's well so he's gonna have all those work. Cut out for him. It could be a tough road for him but he's a big time high school quarterback right uh-huh mr alabama one state championship with his father as head coach. I mean a dual threat. Guy can throw it but can also run it. He's not going to be nick marshall but i think he's going to be the more athletic than jarret stidham was so i think that's going allow them to have a little bit more quarterback run game and that's the thing for me. Auburn's gotta get back to who they are winning. The line of scrimmage being go run the football to help out the true freshman bonex. I get really excited about true freshman quarterbacks because the ceiling is so high for them. He may take some lumps in some bruises early early but what i love a coach's kid when you talk about the best players early on in their career in college that i ever played with coaches kids. There's just something different about the maturation ration- of somebody who's had to deal with that level of scrutiny already at a younger age so when i look at auburn i wouldn't be worried. Yes you might take some bruises early but the ceiling is just extremely high when you're playing with a true freshman who so so talented maybe unrealistic sailing and got organ that came back and calling it a home opener. It's in dallas. I think auburn is going to have the brother on a grand stage in jerry's world so he will have the fire unders feet..

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on First Take

First Take

09:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on First Take

"Now, we welcome in multi platinum Grammy award. Winning MC two chains is releasing the eagerly awaited album rap or go to the league. I liked that title that's deep which drops Friday along with an interview with LeBron James that is available on apple music. Thanks for hanging with us. Good to see you out. I mean, we have to talk after the show. I need no way. I get one. Join them. What? Pinky. Lionhead just one that's all wearing. That's all I'm saying brides need one you can tell the album by the drive. To explain this to me because you've had plenty of successful albums, but LeBron's involved in this project. How did this come about? What's his role in this whole thing crazy to chains idea that I had a late just thinking of a way to kind of connect this. Outside of my platform. He kind of had what will what my Adam being called up to go to the league is actually oxymoron which tries to inspire kids in real life. Time about doing something basically something that does with their passion outside of having a crossover or been able to hold a nose. So I speak about my give them a lot of game on his album. I talked about a lot of black excellence. I it's a lot of each one teach one on his project when I saw the bron- do the more than athlete campaign. I felt like it was very similar like it had a strong correlation. And so we've all seen the Brian in the back of his sprint in the back of his may bag paying homage to the hip hop community to the coach he does nobody pays him. He just gives us a pain on music and us in the hip hop community. We really appreciate that. Come from such a big athlete the biggest and the best player in the whole entire world. So when I reached out like, man. I can just tell you a resume. I would like you to come in helped me narrow down. Somebody's ideas that I have for this concept and we've been rocket for a little bit of a year. Obviously being my mayor right here. We're products at the hip hop generation. But I gotta ask you. This question is will we even though we we know a lot of hip hop artist. Love themselves, some NFL, obviously, the gravitation is pretty much mostly geared towards the National Basketball Association. Is it just because of a love of basketball, or is a is it really really because the NBA has seen to love y'all back. What is he I'm pretty it's a little bit of both right? Music sports are coming denominators entertainment. Right. You know, we're here to make basically everybody else live better. We hit for stress relief. You know, whatever the case may be and when you combine them, it's just it's a bigger force is puts it on a higher scale. And so like I said LeBron is the best player in the world yet. He's accessible he's attainable. He's very different from, you know, a few other players that we can say the best before in my personal opinion. And you know, the the stuff that you see what apple music like he came to my house and hurt the album that was one of the times, we did that we did some studio sessions, but the fact that LeBron actually pull up on you says it says so much about the character of the person. What was it like with him in the studio? I mean, it's always good advice because he he really loves news. I mean, obviously, he's you know, he loves basketball. He loves music as well so meals that was long conversations, and they will some about sports, obviously. But it was a lot to do with music, and just you know, musical knowledge in what I was trying to do with this project, which was added more substance. You know, have more concepts and obviously spread a positive message. That can do some real time inspiration in the past. We saw shat, you know. Rapin? We saw Kobe tried to get down Damian Lillard tries to get down every now and then. Airbag rated this right back to do. It. You watch. No one NBA game the way that you do know in a lot of these cats Wayne, and she do is there an NBA player. That's got sleep Akon talent as a potential rap artists and yesterday, I tell you I've done this on one dollar Dame before Dame dollar. I've done some deeper before all the depot. Yeah. All right. Hey can sing sing is. But off. I saw some videos actually, I saw Bagley video recently. And he gave me like some some like Jayco type of is not just because of the, but because of the message in, you know, I'm free style here. He's got official skills. And. Yeah. So I I just think any, you know, what this music just like basketball it takes practice, and you have to have a certain work ethic. It worked for you know, I think about what Stephen was saying about how you see rappers giving love to NBA. And I think about LeBron show the barbershop what are the topics in the barbershop, really? It's three things. And I know from the fight game. It's NBA really not NBA, it's boxing, and it's hip hop. Right. And then back in the day before the internet. It's like who has more money Puffer Oprah and stuff like that. Right. So so so I'm going to ask what it's like with LeBron and the studio, that's what can you take us inside? What are you guys trumpeting up about? We've talked about puffing Oprah to non just now. I mean, we got the internet. You could check that stuff. I mean, I mean, it's like we we test each other knowledge on the court, and in music is just like a, you know, we we we reciprocate sometimes it's like how much do you really know about the game? You talk a lot. You know what I'm saying? It's the same thing with the music. I see you talk a lot about hip hop. How much do you know about it? So it becomes kind of tribute early on. And then we get into the music and stuff starts happening in vibe stars happening and ambiance starts kicking in. And like, I know two guys not like we haven't met each other. We shared a relationship like a great report for over some time now. So when he comes over and tell them this is a job. It was actually a fun thing to do. So when you think about him making the move to LA one of the things that we speculate about a lot of times, he didn't come there for just basketball. We assume such a thing as somebody that knows a lot of these guys and talks to them when you heard news about him coming to LA. Did you think that was about basketball? Did you think that was about Hollywood the music to act and the direct and the produce in etc? Basketball too. But I think it's about post NBA as well. You know, this is just my personal opinion. But I think a lot of athletes are thank have a hard time transitioning after the game it's left the whether it be injury of their time. It's just passed as you know. I mean, we have tried to figure out whether it's the analysts or whatever coaching or whatever it is. We see it. We see it every year a player doesn't come back. They don't retire. But they just don't come back to the game. And then you forget about him. So I think the Brian and his crew they're just smart enough to have a plan at all times. So when you say rapid go to the league, I mean to me I hear that. And I think what you're saying is that's the message you're getting but you have more options than wrapping on going to the league. Absolutely. Your passion should take you there. It seems to me that that's what LeBron is doing with the L A move. It's not you know, he's in the league already. And now he's planning things that are outside the league. He's not going to be just defined in confined to that identity for the. Out of his life. Well, I think he's kinda showed that from kind of carbon out his own rules as as he's gone on over the years. I'm not sure what his plans are. I'm partially from Atlanta Hawks fan, but people know that I'm a Lakers fan as well. So I would like to see them make the playoffs. And then we can kind of go from there is LeBron best basketball plan to work. I'm thanks so yes, right now, even though the Greek freak we've got Kevin Durant these free. I noticed that. Right. I like I like John is I like James I like I like a lot of people in the league. But let's come on. This is LeBron James we who's gonna on. You know, who that, you know, I'm saying you have to say I love I know he's on a mount Rushmore basketball all time, man. He, but you know, you're basketball, Mr. Alabama's they got video you plan to Alabama state. This must be his first injury every year. There you go. That's right there back profession. They don't change. Then you go. Oh, right there. Three. That's right. That's right. But I'm saying this is the first time on thanking injured though the other day like recently was growing injury. And so I mean, I think we all think he has love touch Benjamin button DNA and his blood. I mean, we know that he keeps us up in shape. He didn't the studio to too late. We have him invariables in studio. Right. You know, it's a real thanks a lifestyle right Mr. lifestyle, but he's not going to be the best forever. Who's going to take place? I like I like it's between James, Katie and Yannis those those are my my pick. I like the way the step back thing James has added to the game where he ends up little bit before have court. I'm I'm very impressed by that Jaanus does everything I saw you guys arguing over his shot. Just twenty days the truth. Here's the truth anytime, he gets into the paint. He dunks the ball either. Hand either leg, I'm very impressed with him. Once he does get a jump shot because it's an edible, you know. He's going to get a job. I don't know that stocks James.

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I mean, let's not sugarcoat it if I if he doesn't have a big time year he's done. I mean, it doesn't matter what it costs. It doesn't matter. How it goes? But it if he fails to and I don't the only thing I don't know is where that line is UT is a fan. You could tell me more than than I can tell you. I mean what what do you need to see from him next year? Me. I if that's impossible. But to me Levin wins undefeated would be the only way. I would keep him. I mean, not happy with you might win. The wind is is not getting it Auburn, it's not getting at all. And I'm I'm so sick of fan support supporting mediocrity and call I mean, it's all about winning. I don't care. What college? What school you go to? It's all about winning, and you can't win and you can't develop and you can't compete. I don't want saving to retire. I want to beat him every year making quit or leave whatever. So if he's he's not he's not an elite coach, I think our school and some of talent is elite or could be but somebody has a problem with developing that, and we got it's a dumpster fi. So I mean coaches leaving look how many recruits four and five star recruits, Mr. Alabama's and stuff like that. You know? Another issue that I don't heard some people talk about is that there's a lot of concern about the season after next year and. I mean, that's really not relevant or germane right now. But but most of what you're saying. I've heard echoed. I mean, we're not ganging up on Gus malzahn. I mean, you're an Auburn fan. And I hear that time and time again Auburn fans are very unhappy. Right now, not everyone. But but some yes. Well, I appreciate your time. Thank you. And I'll be she'd get bit would get on here, and voice my opinion. I'm glad you called Auburn sees Auburn Auburn scheduled. It'd be debated from now until the beginning of the college football season. We are up against a break. Chip towers from dog nation, he'll come barking in here. What's he got up his sleeve? We'll talk about the dogs coming up now. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Welcome back. We're glad you're here on this Wednesday afternoon trending toward Wednesday night guide to have you along in a lot of news coming out about Auburn and Georgia and some other news about about Georgia chip towers joining us from dog nation been watching the situation develop at a board meeting this afternoon ship..

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"mr. alabama" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"mr. alabama" Discussed on Open Floor

"And I realized there's just nothing entertaining other than Cambe and even Kemba he's catching double teams left right and center because he's the only good player on the roster. I would like permission to be a Celtics fan because I'm a Dookie who likes Jason Tatum, and Kyrie Irving, I can't take any more of Michael Jordan screwing over Kemba, this is complicated bed because we did get a few emails from Hornets fans. Right. Can't grant this though. I like, oh, I'm any level. Are you kidding me? Like, you're you live in North Carolina. You should be UNC fit. If you live in New Jersey, you can be a Duke fit your in North Carolina roofer the heels, and as far as we look we got a couple of people asking if they could be fans of the Celtics or the warriors are the Lakers. Those teams are off limits. You can't go from a long suffering fan of like the kings, the sons or the bulls and suddenly just start latching onto the best teams in the league. Like, you got to have a little originality. And particularly if you're picking the Celtics because you're a Duke fan, I can't possibly abide that you're picking the most annoying bandwagon. I kinda hear what you're saying. At first I was going to give him the amnesty because I've been of the opinion that it's not really that much fun to watch Kemba Walker for years, and I know that's not exactly a popular opinion. Not guy. Take. But I just it's great. Okay. Keep doing it Kemba, especially as hard and kinda ramps. His thing up. It's like, okay. This is like the K mart version of Hardin. Right. Okay. Here's the thing. Campbell is fun. One out of every five games. Like there's nothing better than Campbell. When he's feeling it. But there are a lot of nights when he's not feeling it and he's going nine for twenty two. And you're like, all right. So this is this is okay. But I probably rather watch Damian Lillard, so I will Greer the misty, but I'm not going to grant the transfer to the Celtics. You gotta try again. Ben, okay. Agreed. And as far as I mean seriously like becoming a Celtics fan because you're Duke VIN. Makes you one of the more and self Rable fans and sports moving on the Ali says aren't you both the Celtics fan in a Duke. Now, I keep I have not ever do fit. God your, hey, look, you're Mr. Alabama these days. So you've got all of us beat. Think you meant Clemson win connoisseurs, right? You've always loved Devo. That's true Ali says, hey, guys. I was listening to your last podcast while enjoying the company of some seals and blue penguins at Altas Mun national park, taking nothing, but pictures and leaving nothing, but footprints. True open floor disciple. And he says, that's when you guys mentioned the fan amnesty concept, and it got me thinking about my cousins K Jay and Eric from Phoenix K J, graduated with an English degree. And he's a hip hop fanatic at his lowest point of sons fandom, he even wrote some awkward angsty lyrics about the sons and their woes that I'm not sure industry pros. Like Scott Travis would approve of by the way, I think a lot of people record some embarrassing rap music in college. I certainly did. But I can't imagine anything more verisign then writing angsty sons wrap at any point in your life marquees cruise makes me want to boot and his like what? What you? Really, really tough. So thoughts and prayers to K J as for air. Ick. Only writes he says he tries to justify sons rosters to self often talking about how ten years of Josh Jackson and Markey's Chris might actually turn out. Okay. Whenever he talks about the team..

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