17 Burst results for "NSL"
"nsl" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast
"Well the the house was for sale. After a number of years that both Mr and Mrs Whole baddest daughter who did the House voted for sale and the current owner of who loves both Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture and the Lautner architecture and he actually used to own the Edward House and also the Ennis House Frank Lloyd Wright's? Nsl was interested in buying the hope house and he found out that I was the project architect of the house when it was built for twenty years ago. I was driving from Los Angeles to springs to three times a week. Going to the job site meeting with Mrs Hope mostly and I had to dress men assisting me but I was in charge of the project working for John. Lautner of course then As we were finishing the construction Redo much and the interior design was MRS hoax. Personal friend had a totally different vision. Interiors that really clashed with the architecture so they started doing a lot of work ex drug where we were not entirely happy to tell the truth and this new owner wanted to know whether it was possible to rain. The House to what Jon laudner would have light so he found out that I was the original project architect. He came to my office and interview me and then we went to the site and he asked me to explain what I could do to. The house The was of additional construction then not really agreed with the house itself so why described to him well. We should demolish this this and that and this should be changed to remove all these mirrors and Roldan and wallpaper of finishes and he was. I did some growing for him also and he was happy with that so decided to and Chin ups. I was the beginning. The taking charge of remodeling. Want it to a point that I believe that John. Lautner would have liked and that is us to our next question. What would you consider the biggest challenges that you faced to say? Pretty much decided that what had to be done and.
"nsl" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Hey welcome to amazing fbi. This is your host michel visi. Welcome to the show. Today we are looking at the third of ten steps for building a private live at the base business or indeed a custom product based business. I mean the distinction between them. Stocks get blood. That's fine eventually. You need to make your products as differentiated it from everything else as possible. We'll talk about that later but this is about the process of building a business which isn't the same as how do you find your great product. In three easy steps a a little bit more involved in that but basically the simple idea behind this is very simple and based on experience by the way i used to teach simple model the nice but experience teaches me that you need gun stages so you learn to walk before you can run and then you learn sissel jong before you sprint and as any other skill set and building businesses is no exception so the first thing we talked about as being careful who you learn from and make sure they have a very broad range of experience and we should draw rather than just one set of products is that one person launched a few years ago which is the classic kind of background for quite a lot of people teaching private label and that's not a bad starting point having personal success is important and frankly nineteen people have had much bigger success to me might have been modest but what i have done is is synthesized together information from lots of different sources across lots of different businesses. I i know intimately which means that does more you can generalize more safety on the basis of fifty sixty seventy businesses nikon on the basis of one makes sense right so that's step one unsteady we talked about which is about the way of gaining more scale with a small amount of money and not risking a lot of money by simply i suggest using retail arbitrage arbitrage lots of different ways you could do it as well which means that. You'll just performing very simple arbitrage between the shops amazon. It's very simple to do product development and you'd have to do very complicated market research but.
"nsl" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Here's your host, Tim. Hamlett. All right. Let's get this underway shall we? Might aim is indeed Tim Hamlin. And of course, our friend Cory coats for giving me that introduction as he has done each and every week for God's sakes for the last two and a half years. I don't think it gets any royalties off of government. I brought this up of this, but anyway, I still welcome to the proceedings. It's good. Seed still available are curious little podcast, our journey each and every week into what used to be in professional sports. I can't thank you enough for finding us and tolerating us yet again this week. But I think you're going to be rewarded with very interesting and somewhat unexpected. I think conversation with, with this week's guest, he is an author. And it's really not much more to that, because that is literally what our guest, even Provo does he writes, he's a writer, right? A rights as they say, obviously, a lot of, you know, you're gonna magic oughta journalism experience over the years. The Fresno bee, for example of for a good decade or so. But this is a person as you will hear with many eclectic tastes and interests uniquely has written a ton about just about all of them, and I stumbled across two books, actually we're going to spend the majority of our time in our conversation coming up with Stephen Provo. The realm of forgotten sports seems to be something on his shortlist of interests. And I always very interested in other people who, who share, and I think it's a smaller pool than most of our listeners who tend to be more interested. I guess, in a particular team or particular sport or league or some other sort of Halcion memory of. Childhood, but it's that rare breed that goes deeper and is just generally interesting in the whole thing of defunct nece when it comes to sports teams that sort of came and went or went to another city or abandoned them, maybe, the, the, the arena are the park that they played in similarly abandoned, who knows psychologically, whites. Interesting to people like like yours truly and small group of others, but, but we're fascinated by the stories, the tails, the money in people's eyes or the perception, that this, you know, new league or new team renew. Whatever was going to take on the world or challenge conventions or maybe even usher in a whole new sport altogether. That's sort of the fascination that, that I've been interested in for years. And I think we have to hearken back, actually may be to our second ever episode of with our pal. Andy Crossley, I think to find another person who's really kind of been, you know, similarly focused on, on this particular illness, show. We say and by the way, if you haven't been Andy cross. As website, shame on you because it is basically, the, the patron Saint of this of the show and arguably the inspiration for it. That's called fun while it lasted dot net is the closest thing to a living breathing encyclopedia. There is for all kinds of teams and leagues and franchises and what no longer with us. And in hopefully we'll have Andy back again. It kinda just reminisce about our, our interview now all over two years ago. But Stephen promos probably the next best thing and arguably a fascinating conversation in and of itself. There are two books that stood out in my mind with Stephen that kind of piqued my interest in a said, hey, you know, I got interviewed this guy, one of which is called a whole different league which as the name sort of hint, set the subtitles called outlaw leagues forgotten teams and other adventures in American sport. And it's a it's a nice very good and, well, re researched and written a survey of not comprehensively, but probably some of the. The more memorable and frankly, a few of them bless memorable leagues that sort of came and went and yeah, there's stuff on the NSL and the world hockey association and, you know, the arena football league in the XFL, and, you know, bunch of things that we've talked about in, in various episodes, but a bunch of things that we really haven't yet, and were that we want to go deeper into in particular things like cheese lawn. Just pick. One out of the out of the air here is world team tennis. Obviously, we've got a bunch of leads into some conversations around that, but there's also something that he talks about, which is kinda my only grail, actually, the deep got into this subject. It's called the national bowling league. And if you remember back to some of our earlier episodes when we're talking about the great Lamar hunt. He of the AFL and the NSL helping sort of co found those one of Lamar hunt's little escapades even before those were getting underway. And I think it was nineteen sixty was this thing called. The national bowling league and it was the whole concept was sort of team based league approach, that would literally, you know, bowl, and eventually, get onto television and be competitively. So an actually wound up faltering and, and sort of giving way to what became more of a more of a tour oriented, thank all the pro bowlers association which we know today, but we get into a little bit of that with Stephen. But again, it's his book, again, a whole different league as sort of focused on sort of a whole smattering. It's a really good primer. I think on a bunch of different leagues and boy oh boy, each of them have interesting stories as proven in a book that Stephen just published about two months ago about one of those stories and ironically or maybe not ironic -ly to happens to feature or featured on her focused on. There you go. Previous guest on this show, a her name was Molly caz Moore or is Molly casper, but her maiden name was bolan, Molly bolan. And as you all, remember from that earlier episode. Geez. A year and a half ago already gun. Molly issue was known was one of the, the standout stars of this thing called the women's basketball league of the late nineteen seventies and very early nineteen eighties. And Stephen in the course of his research, especially about the WB L reached out, Tamale and found her story to be very interesting. And recognize that hadn't really been deeply written about hence the book, which is called the legend of Molly bolan women's pro basketball, trailblazer. And indeed, of course, that's indeed. What she is, and that clip that you heard the very beginning of this show. Mere minutes ago was from one of her games, actually, was, I got the details right here. Yes, December tenth nineteen seventy eight to be exact Mike Newell on the call for the public broadcasting network. And yes that was alive game featuring the Iowa cornets in one of their earliest of games. I think it might have been actually the second ever game played in the. WB L, and Molly Bolin, of course was part of that. So we get into that story how how he and she got connected, and how the book sort of came to be, and obviously that being an outgrowth of the, the earlier work from last year called the whole differently. We get into all of that stuff, and it is fascinating. Trust me with Stephen Provo, our guest this week coming up in mere moments and of course, before we do that, we have to call out at least one of our great sponsors, and this week, we spend the sponsorship dial, and we land, again, on our friends streaker sports dot com again, they are the purveyor of sports culture. They have they're really, really cool stuff, especially in t shirts and other sort of jersey type stuff long sleeved shirts, and baby gear, and lots of really cool things that sort of our this blend of sports, you know, things like teams and logos in that kind of stuff. But also. Pop culture, and they kinda mash them up together for just a treasure trove of really fun stuff. Yeah. The Caddyshack collection. Certainly interesting for sure you like the you like Bill Raftery as I do, when the college basketball season rolls around while you want that Bill Raftery onions shirt, and if you don't know what onions is and his catchphrase. Well, look it up. 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"nsl" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"Yet did Brown was the one that had that article that was that she attempts. That capitalism was responsible for twenty minutes. Parental not nine. I think there was I still haven't read that article yet whoever the person that did did put that on. But I will read that giving g next week anyway, it was an interesting discussion. It was very interesting discussion. But on think that Landon rises, a very good point Landon. I'm the taking any messages. Voss. Say this boy Smith. In linen. Scared of anyone. Look, we not none of us have forgotten. Today is the anniversary of the massacre in Beijing and. And, you know, I would just make the point that, you know, let's, let's not get too hung up on, buddy counts. I mean, the, the capitalist system at least operates in a political climate of a little bit more flexibility than the communists. At least the Americans are helping to install liberal democracies around the world. Is that what you? These arguments saying seventy three seventy three percent dictatorships propped up by the United States. Because you did say that poll, said that affect America is helping to install liberal democracies around the world. Well, they can all trying in a sense in Japan. They did succeed in installing I. It's South Korea message from listener rod, he says head you comments. However, the US has either installed or currently supports three quarters of the world's dictatorships and it gives a link to an article, when guy has looked at statistics from Freedom House, which is righted political rights round the world includes their forty nine nice in the world that can be fairly categorized as dictatorships, and as of two thousand fifteen the US government was providing military assistance to city, six of them. So that, in fact, the US was currently supporting Sydney three percent of the world's dictatorships. Look, their record is very patchy foreign policy. Record is patchy to say the lace, but look what I would say to that is, you know, we wouldn't be having this conversation if we were living under the Chinese communist rising, we would not be bad to. We would not be allowed. Had to have a podcast. So, yeah, we are free to criticize assigned just facing a hundred and fifteen years in prison. Thanks to the US. Wondering individuals wanting to. Also. Critical journalists in America who relies on leaks from whistle blowers is facing the sign threat now. So. You know, it's a very serious, man. What's happening? Very. Erica, who receives information from a whistle blower is facing the signing year threat. In fact, that's why they the charged him and I'll outdoors is still talking about it. Go to China and just try and find any of them. Meteoroid is Asians, talking about Tiananmen. And none of them are went on provide the contrary opinion. It's not because I'm saying that the other, you know, the Chinese wonder boys. And thank goodness. He hasn't gone that far yet. Don't stop sign that Americans are great because they not. The other side of the story is just as bad in many cases. That's the point. I'm always trying to think they're just as bad. I just can't accept it. They Justice did just has bed. They have Sidley made some very strategic Bunga. Slow sure have the invasion of Iran. The evasion Iraq was a strategic blunder with that equal the engagement in Latin America, and strategic strengthened L system is we know about it, and we're free to talk about it about it. Go to China. See how free they are to publish criticism of the government. Well, see, we don't know about these things, quite often like misled about things. Like most people think that the Marshall plan was a magnificent active altruism on the Americans finger was well, Kennewick apply. You a little bit of something so going to grab here. We've got plenty of you guys in hiring anyway. Okay. All right. Here, we guy will plywood be his. Hey Trevor and the boys just been listening to four the discussion around America installing liberal democracies in the Marshall plan. Wow, where to start will gonna stand the economics of the United States in the middle of the twentieth century will from the late nineteen to the inland, the twentieth century. The United States is Konomi was actually screwed. They were having recession of the recession than the great, depression and wasn't until will too, and they Kinsey in the military kings, Ian, ISM that, if the I used to fund the war, which was transfer of wealth from the treasury contributed by individual taxpayers. Mostly to the military buildup in the United States. It's Konami at of Donna strides. But if you go and read the economists of the time in the mid forties, they will will aware that the United States is a commie would collapse again after all. Or to if it didn't have lots of foreign markets to export its goods and services to hands. Why was in their selfish? Best interests to have a prone capitalist marketplace in western Europe after World War, Two for them to sell their goods and services from now in terms of the Marshall plan being altruism. It's. The very fact that you can think that is. The result of seventy years of American propaganda. The mushroom plan was was one of the greatest transfers of wealth, ever in history up until that time in a liberal democracy from the public treasury into the hands of private corporations of the teen fourteen billion dollars of the twelve man mentioned that was invested in the Marshall plan, how much of it actually left the shows of the United States, practically zero because one of the conditions of the Marshall plan ofo countries to receive the mushroom plan. That money had to be spent on American goods and services. So it wasn't actually transfer of wealth from the United States to Europe. It was a transfer of wealth from the public treasury again contributed by American taxpayers, straight into the hands of American corporations bicycling, the European nations, given a line of credit to spend on American corporations, which was fabulous for the American businesses because they really didn't make compete very hard for that business. They basically just got a huge windfall, and the American tax payers, did they benefit out of that. Probably in. Terms of economy, the US economy stayed healthy and it was implants in the end boomtime in the fifties, but it wasn't an active altruism. It was absolutely as Travis said, an act of enlightened self interest. Absolutely is trying to say thanks came royally. For those listeners. You don't recognize the voice came Riley. Who's got a couple also podcast. He has the cold will put casts bullshit filter has got number of history podcast that he does look up the pud cast network and check them and telling the trivial into. You're shaking your head off man. You're not you're not in this camp. Camps cams explanation. Sounds like the Germans after the war. The Japanese got no benefit from this transfer of money from the American taxpayers to the American capitalist. They did get a benefit, they got the goods that they needed to rebuild the country's and rebuild their economies. I agree with you, too. I don't think it was. I don't think it was altruism as you were suggesting, but I don't think it was what did you call it trivia, enlightened self interest on what can called? But anyway, I think it paints that compensation, plus what we said the other day, pints, different picture to what people would normally have. Doesn't have to be a direct transfer of money. Does it? I mean straightens Estrada's foreign aid system works in a similar way. Doesn't believe. That, you know, they give. Quite often foreign I rents of credit and a lot of it is spent, I think purchasing goods and services from striving companies, I couldn't tell you, I believe it is. But they still get the benefit in these foreign countries, still get the benefit of that. I guess the point is the, the, the it's a win win. I get a little bit tired of America, the site, put try to site and in the world, it's still a lot lot better than having. One party dictatorships around the world. You mentioned site. I have to get back to Israel, fillet out this guy. Still backing the Sunday mile on cloud him here, this life that we live in is pretty hard continued the God of this world Siton as deceived many when Israel Palau is he assigned this law that we live in is pretty. It's it must be tough for you Israel. He's lost two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year sponsorship and that's drawn the Asian eighteen. He's been pretty good week. Doesn't he said amazing? Night, yet we're experi hot and trying to set your, but let's face it, you need a lot of God, given skill go packs lucky. Take you choice of things in this quote was at another sermon as he's future, the balance phili-, holidays that office to continue plying by taking his post down with the work of the devil. And then further on, he's quite signed quite the way site and works is he offers you the stuff you could look good to the Mike. You feel comfortable if you got in that all awards and troubles will go, he's going to Siton devil fix does is lucky is physically gifted because he's certainly never going to be a rocket scientist. We'll see. Finally, we just seem we're doing real review of previous stuff quickly just on Adani. That was really interesting conundrum ause, if it all adds up that Adani can't make money, the cost of extracting, the call is more than you can sell it for why would Adani do it? Go to strong thoughts on this. I still not I haven't read enough on. I'm in Joe had very good point where he said that a done himself unsolicited edit point that he was getting paid by the mid Trich ton. That was moved through the port on a night, because you still talking about losing twenty two bucks at town for moving stuff through a potent stuff. I'm not sure that they get twenty two bucks down the call through the port. Got some good contracts in India to sell to. Well, he's parents. Some of the Carlton is selling the call to he's, he's coal fired power stations. So he's selling the power to the Indian government telling the power to the Indian people in the question still was why when need despite cheaper call from somebody else on, again, expensive call from his own, and the answer is, according to the medical whist blog, then he's got full ways being able to side to the Indian government. The cost of calls going up on the price up on contract with you, and while different authorities of said to bed, he signed up to this, the government's given advantages so he did that in situation way. He's Indian company was balling, call from one of these other companies in Indonesia. So he simply said will is calls, more expensive and on demento price in the Nigerian. So he's probably banking on being able to do something similar. Plus he's received a number of benefits which will possibly might that cost of the cowl less than what was calculated in that other article, so it seems like he will have access to free water and gets diesel fuel subsidy. And it looks like quite from the Markle wish blog here. The gunman has done a great job, updating Queenland's Moines rehabilitation legislation I've the last two years, but it did sneaky, a final exemption just for Adani such the entitled to leave a huge final toxic void in perpetuity. So. Donny across off the cleanup costs. That would normally be part of the cost of extracting, the cone, and is also locked the seven-year royalty holiday provided. He can stump up stump out some sort of deposit. So this'll bunch of different subsidies and deals and things, which will miss is the figures. And at the end of the day, he'll be out decided the Indian government, they won't. It's cost me on to put this margin on. And, and they having the pascet like sign. That's an explanation is full links there as the calculate system for you. Government announced that we're going to give royalties holiday to mining companies if they voluntarily donated money to community, Kohl's think that, that was a rolled his free school front told me just millions billions of small fry try some money in this direction than we might take money off. You Salvador action. It was..
"nsl" Discussed on Body Science Podcast Series
"Awesome from exhibiting it exerting its beneficial effects to give you more more energy, more strength and actually full really, really. Well, now another thing that that people do find where they may be getting. Benefit for this reason as as necessarily testosterone effect. He's affect that vitamin k two molecules are very we very long molecule, and it specifically being developed by bacteria in the natto food and the cheese food in a specific way and the way in which the structure works is win the body consumes that it gets incorporated into our, Monaco. Andrea in NSL now the motto hundreds the energy house of the cell. That's way, you're gonna get a fix from testosterone co Q ten in these type of things, and what Ketu does is it works as a way of absorbing energy. So that the body commit tab allies produce ATP in denouncing phosphate, which is which is our energy currency of of the body and every every cell, so it really can have a profound effect on how you off feeling beyond just bone health and hospital. I also very very important, and if for athletes, if you are taking oil using certain types of steroids. This includes by anabolic steroids as well as corticosteroids and think about it. How many times hasn't it? Athlete. Take a call history across the counter because they've got an injury all they want it. They want to speed up the healing process. Unfortunately, most steroids will throw the increase calcification. We don't want the calcification to occur. And so for those people that especially taking therapies for one of the medical personal reasons. Are there could be some additional reason for why they need to add tight to to the dot interesting. So that potential pull cardiovascular health that you're talking about it develops IVA decades. Helen, are we taking the Medicare seven Kato before we actually start to see some results before we start to guy. I I'm I'm out of the gray area here. And I'm adding what was it? Knowing percent ten micrograms per per year. Yes. Very good question. And again, the studies were done on mostly menopausal women in. This instance, why did you pick postmenopausal women to do that study? Because obviously, we're told he fish to here at the moment, and we're just talking about steroids, and we've talked about a whole lot of things. And now, we're gonna talk about postmenopausal women research researches. It's interesting. But it keeps you a mogul to prove concept around and win MIM women's thought into into the post menopausal period there incidents of heart disease. I would take men approximately three at every five people a female dying from heart disease. So it's important that we focused on. Yeah. That that we focused on on the majority of people who are actually Dong heart disease. So it was deliberately chosen because that's a needy population..
"nsl" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"The back in those days the nsl was trying to get something going and you had another league going on at the same time there were two competing leagues and i remember going to to boston to fenway park actually to watch the team play it was a team mostly made up of players from other countries and the sports kinda grew on you know i i wasn't a big baseball guy because i thought baseball does not much case to it this you know so much time between pitches and then innings and so many breaks and trips to the mound and all about words soccer seemed to be more like hockey not the speed at it but in the sense that players are always moving the ball is always moving wisconsin motion and i think that's where i saw him over you said the fenway park was that sort of the the early days of the the old nsl like the what boston boston beacons i'm guessing right or that's that's you know that's the team that it was it was boston beacons and you know some things you can remember very well and some things you can't i'm gonna throw to name the goalkeeper was walt turnout ski nice that's the only name i can remember though sorry pets feeling they make it remember but they didn't play games some games at least in way park that's where i want to watch them yeah and we've we've actually had a couple of conversations about about the old united soccer association in the old nps l national professional soccer league obviously the two predecessors to what became the nsl as you sort of went to those games and obviously sort of immersed herself in sort of boston sports culture i guess did you when did you kind of have the inkling that this thing might actually lead to a career this interest in sports and and we will you broadcast what was your what was your sort of yeah i went to college that's no longer there called gramm there was graham junior college it was two years school i got my associate's degree in communications we had our own television station we had owned radio station so i did a show there was called sports hotseat and it was like a half hour conversation with various sports people we we ended up getting some fairly good guests.
"nsl" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"National soccer hall of fame but also in tandem with that is the fiftieth anniversary of the nsl you can go and find out more about this and be hopefully part of it by going to the website that they've got set up for the nfl reunion it's an asl fiftieth five zero t h n asl fiftieth dot com nass fiftieth dot com that is the place to go to find out all about the fiftieth anniversary reunion of the nsl the north american soccer league in conjunction with the relaunch of the newly relocated national soccer hall of fame and frisco texas the home of the stadium as well as the town the home of the current fc dallas team major league soccer will repeat that later on in the show but i already booked by tickets at least my hotel room i look forward to seeing all of the major stars and and legacy players and and just people involved with this great league and and more to wet your whistle so to speak about the nsl with jim and just a couple of seconds a quick couple promotional notes i of course a sports history collectibles dot com can you think of better sponsor for this episode no no you can't sports history collectibles dot com you want stuff from soccer years past you want asl memorabilia you you know that you can go and bookmark and go off in two sports history collectibles dot com you will find stuff from the nfl you will find stuff that you love and cannot live without at sports history collectibles dot com and once you do and it's not a question of if right it's a question of when you wanna make sure that use the promo code say it with me.
"nsl" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Got to make this free agency period and this draft work period okay look out of the giants now who who is the best backed up quarterback going into this year as you think i just heard about uh wasn't a begum mayfield do you think that we'll break remain sealed is not a backup quarterback i think he could be a store the nsl and i think he can handle new york it's a it's a gamble saying that it's a risk saying that but i think he's got the attitude i think he's cocky enough and i think he will be is desperate to prove so many people warn along the way and he wants to win any once and he would love coming to new york the thing is again it's risky with any of these quarterbacks my choice would be baker remain field i think he could be more solution than a problem okay that how many more years you think even to gift to the playoffs with a giant when he's doing with a or with uh with the giants well yeah well i do at the gia that remains to be cemented it doesn't have to last a lifetime before they get back to the players either for the jets or the giants lindh with gordon threat with low it with good into after thirty years to get the four super bowls right what then manning all right now are we to go another you know no no no i know i i would i would say not not with wanna have a listen i like this guy ghetto the general that he is avenue with whether it's george sees governor george patton or whether it said the judge general manager dave gettleman i think he knows what he wants to do and i think he as an idea of how he's going to turn things around more sooner than later it's not like setting president to gulf of three and thirteen to say twelve and four or eleven and five and make the postseason and go on iran and of government decides eddie live and i think he is obviously the and this is why many giants fans think that at number two forget with the quarterback they're going to go with barkley to.
"nsl" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of the i don't know that the the events that that the more highprofile type of events for one four seven nine nine one 620 let's start with chad in milwaukee chat good afternoon hey after i think that uh really attribute the uh first of all i think and defeated were job of putting in an arm of barge on honor number they put a lot of stuff on the important work that a lot of people would watch chips is uh a chance they had a lot of your seat on imports now and parttime live then i looked over to eight network and like apple award at your of bill like that right or something i didn't even have a pair we'll be right that was like why did you ever think you um you know the time to differential thank you say obviously they weren't doing by a lot of people do resolved before losing responding confront time another laughing nhl players not being hot eat dumb each state right to decide completely is sort of like who cares about hockey in a indian you've got college players you've got some of the eu holder players who aren't the nsl yet it was it was tough it was tough to watch this hockey appeared to of the other hockey this i agree with you completely curry but not on the on the may not work either get put any of the hockey from effort and if were all along and of course you know ended i also leaving day sparred at it and i was just like there was a hit with a really was fine what are you got into a you like who the player who waiting is perhaps know this decline again i mean i mean one of the things that's the it's fun about the olympics is looking who's gonna be the breakout star in a where's the.
"nsl" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"What's on your mind and tweet at his twitter handle each adam the bull fed that's at adam the bull fa yan are you can always tweet at me it added the bull fa and try to get back to as many people as possible uh eight five five two one two four two two seven his number to call me right now talking super bowl fifty two here on a super bowl sunday morning were for many of you still evening the night before super bowl sunday but it is sunday no matter where you are let's get to the phones raanan youngstown ohio is next up on cbs sports radio laurent thank you so much good morning and shot at on it you parker straight are you going here is right for me uh i'm watching the game uh i don't have giner the game twos uh i would say in from ohio my team will never make it so i'm well they could go from zero wins to uh maybe four next year who announced oh record happen i could app get quarterback i got to get a quarterback yeah we we need a quarterback gotten a probably a whole lot more though yes i always were we we might be heading in the right direction but for the eagles they've they've got something that uh the patriots don't and that's uh redemption redemption is a is a huge motivator are they obviously lost to uh new england in a super bowl trier and i think that's gonna be something that's gonna uh being a you know like the thorn in the he'll sort of thing for them they don't want that to lose to the same team twice and they certainly don't want to go with three in the super bowl and be kind of like the buffaloes in the minnesota's of of the nsl so they're gonna be playing with a lot more heart here's another thing about new england everybody but i'm not a new england fan by any stretch of the news but you have to disrupt tom brady you have to make him uncomfortable you have to be chasing him out of the.
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"No you're saying because i was talking to coach k about that um and she said that it kind of is that it might be i mean i don't know to that extent but he says that as there's more and more at stake you know from a financial future standpoint that you're going to see families more involved because there is so much at stake you know with some of these lottery picks that is not so unusual you know to be honest um i cover a lot more nsl than i do like college basketball although you know i've covered college basketball the past but you know wh when i sort of gotta sign this story just looking at his path to get to this place i thought it was pretty unusual you know that he had been to three different schools in high school um and you know in talking to at least one high school coach out there in the air arizona and maybe in california the like yeah it's a it's it's not unheard of it's not like in this world you know of of you know high stakes basketball it's not completely unheard of but okay so taking into the totality of what happened with him so he's that has freshman year cronin dealt soul in ten p powerhouse program one a state championship was the arizona republic player of the year on and conceivably would have you know could have won four state championships there were loaded team uh and got a four oh great point averages freshman year there had a lot of friends you know seemingly happy in then he's sort of uprooted you know to go to a school uh hill crashed academy which is sort of like um it's more like a basketball club um and then you know the academy for the academics part with.
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"Of the american conference say i mean but able to beat anybody who's year right sec eased again says dc west these two teams did not meet they've got a couple of common opponents but they did not me during the year but the rivalry certainly is in place from down south how much bad blood is there between these two cowed well you know i mean listen i i think it's gonna be a ultra physical football in five one of the six ghost one we'll see all season uh you know two teams with similar styles talking sense they want to the rock uh a lot of bigtime players and they talk about you know off the double digits in nsl challenge feel as football game so you know i think it's going to come down to quarterback play and again marriage with a true styles are different little jaylen hurts for me has that edge it experience uh this the young man gets knocked for a lot of things not you know not throwing a former senior when he's open pool 510 east coast late in any conflict should after but i think the biggest thing went in as he doesn't make crucial mistakes whose turnover ratios way way down and that's the difference if they just don't turn the ball over they feel like they can do the falls down the field and be effective and on the other end of the he got a true fresher quarterback who for me is light years ahead of a lotta quirk i actually call all at system met they run what he does that the line of scrimmage you see them making protection shach that that's uh that doesn't happen in calls for equality more jim cheney the off kornaic or find them i was my coach in the nfl when i was with the lambs that's kind of that mix up spreads slash pro style and it just you know uh uh able to use his skill set where he becomes a dangerous player in the passing game with the to running back still really three running back out and that's just anthony back in foul trouble analysts are guests daca championship game here on cbs sports radio taking their semi final victory putting the.
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"It will distract him in here now do i do think that there is something to be centrist article i bill because i don't think they'd right this article for no reason just my sooner broken what's up still yeah you though inaugural last week about mayfield that we will but disappointed in the second half he came out like you didn't know where he was on a level ground also went up against the great defense right now listen wet uh what i wanted to ask you about was the two didn't patrice and the other guy and mcdaniel yes they got a good education orly he is uh from uh euro the head coach spellcheck and it's about time that they took jobs elsewhere to see what they can do in that position will remember stewart days had assistance in the past who have tried to become nsl head coach ouzghar college coaches like charlie weis took the other day job that work out romeo cornell had to opportunities he coached the couvin brown's he also coached the kansas city chiefs didn't turn into a great nfl head coach bill brian his former offensive coordinator he's had more success he's done well in houston he dwell penn state yet mcdaniel's failed in his first stint because he was not ready he's not mature enough to handle some of the situations and nfl head coach needs to do it but i think mcdaniel's is ready now adel would charge mcdaniel's be my number one choice if arm.
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"Discount academy on twitter and of course dan is at dan underscore hat mince great nsl follows uh big football knowledge no doubt about it make sure you give him a check out as i do and always happy to have tim mention the quarterback position obviously that's where everybody's focus generally is but aaron rogers comes back this week you know of course he he left what it seven eight weeks ago because the broken collarbone dumped by the minnesota vikings they take on another ferocious pass in his first game back in the carolina panthers at one o'clock eastern time coming up later on today insured with how if you're mike mccarthy do you bled aaron be erin but also protect him from taking again a hard hit on what still might be a recovering situation even though he's been medically cleared to play well one of the first things after you get the medical clearance is the assessment between the player coach who have yet i and does he feel confident to go out there and perform uh we see it all the time with players that they want to be a part of it they want to help their team win in there's value with that you get excited about a person who wants to push the cell to contribute but they go out there and there are always ever need you to protecting themselves from an injury so we go out there and we see him um adjusting you know platforms um shying away from certain contact situations that he listed in there and thrown in the past uh scrambling would maybe he would've thought in the pocket finished up the thro well then clearly he's not confident that collarbone but if you have him in a situation where he feels confident in net everything's put back together like it's supposed to be he can go out there and perform i don't think a change anything you you let him beat himself he's been uh at the top three quarterback national football league for the past number of years uh he's confident that that shoulder can take hits then you just let them go out there.
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"Know that the ways it this guy's going about it you know if he's going about it simply for the actual money to get back then i don't agree if he's walking to to bring attention to it then i started do agree and i do understand because you know the nfl us the post the stand for you know against uh conduct detrimental to the nsl you know that's why they gave brady four games all well regardless of how you lining up against what side of the uh phone i don't think anybody will say that these folks nece have chelsea's the nba the nfl rights th nba had a sent remember chris jackson who yes max to outdo rose yes sir i think i think starring or whoever it was at the time did a great job he said you know freight allah do whatever you wanna do but stand up and show respect to the country that you're in they never lost revenue they never got a negative opinion of they continued to flourish like their flourishing today so as i think anyone even you yourself will agree that this has not helped the nfl i would i would agree with that georgia is you know it's a strong it's a strong opinion and it's a strong point i would agree that it has not helped the nfl however however okay if you add a strong commissioner which you don't if you had a strong players union which you don't it's splintered all over the place they would have gotten long out in front of this they would have gotten out in front of this long before and they would have gotten this under control but they are all about money they're all about they only care about the national anthem because of money there's financial gain from the national anthem and from sponsors that the league does business with for military appreciation and so on so forth that's it all eyes they don't care and as long as you are giving them their money that's all they care about period it'll care so is it bad for the nfl that this is half of course if not good because it's divided the.
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"This guy's going about it you know if he's going about is simply for the actual money to get back then i don't agree if he's walking to to bring attention to it then i started do agree and i do understand because you know the nfl us the post the stand for you know against uh conduct detrimental to the nfl you know that's why they gave brady four games off well regardless of how you lining up against what side of the aisle use in a phone i don't think anybody will say that these protests have healthy the nba the nfl rights the the nba had remember chris jackson who masses to outdo rose yes sir i think i think sterner whoever it was at the time did a great job he said you know great allah do whatever you want to do but stand up and show respect to the country that you're in they'd never lost revenue they never got a negative opinion of that continued to flourish like their flourishing today so as i think anyone even you yourself will agree that this has not helped the nfl i would i would agree with george i it's you know it's a strong it's a strong opinion and it's a strong point i would agree that it has not helped the nsl however however if you add a strong commissioner which you don't if you at a strong players union which you don't splintered all over the place they would have gotten long out in front of this they would have gotten out in front of this long before and they would have gotten this under control but they are all about money they're all about they only care about the national anthem because of money there's financial gain from the national anthem and from sponsors that the league does business with for military appreciation and so on so forth that's it all eyes they don't care and as long as you are giving them their money that's all they care about period they don't care so is it bad for the nfl that this has happened of course it's not good because it's divided the.
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"Five other grew toss considered the better pro prosperity i see him on list you see on just about every list of mock draft for the first round coming up in may's that use the better pro prospect i'm going to challenge it because obviously is gonna be three guys 'cause that left manila career in adelaide his fixated were to take over as the kansas football coach jay haas was big twelve tighter within five years the biggest hypothetical and the history of college football just got presented pals that is kansas and how good is sabin that's basically what this question is asking kyle that was the question is what they would they five with a win a big twelve title with five years of save later there has three go ahead cow i you know what i might back and forth on this i i made i may say it stand i think i first of all and breadknife argue this i think the alabama job is the best job in football period because the nsl college because it is what it is it's alabama they won championships he's built that mike csu sugar was great of via juggernaut shula was mike priced at a great job he may be that good he may be that good in five years when he goes to the worst program in power five conference football he could win a league title rashid let me get clarification jordan has a basketball coach an early first of all requests well the mouth i challenge the thing i mean for what he's recruiting gaza south they're coming from louisiana that are coming from uh mississippi floor those odds tough five star defensive lineman naughty gets at alabama you're not going to puertos guys up to go to kansas just not happened in a so it's not challenge it completely disperse oak been at challenger in poor kansas may have rutgers is in a row to take the brunt of the jokes in rural areas is kansas gotta take get kansas guy take the ropes year so i'm a challenge it is saving obviously is the is the greatest coach and college football probably in in history by so in in two thousand seven when they went to the orange bowl mark me and gino took.