2 Burst results for "Nancy T Bo"
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"nancy t bo" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"I think 28% of players that transferred that's wrong. It was D two D two players didn't end up at a at a D one school. But I did look it up, I believe it is 43% of transfers at the D one level don't end up in another D one institution. So that's 43% of players. That rough count just from the stuff that we know obviously we all have access to the entire transfer approval. But, you know, it's like cautionary tales and I hope schools are making sure that players are aware of it. They should be in a bad situation for you, but just know like, I think Jeff wall said it like, hey, the grass is the grass always looks greener because fertilizer BS. It's hilarious if Jeff falls who has benefited so much from the transfer portal that we say that, but I think the point kind of stance wait, repeat it again, repeat it again. The grass, the grass looks greener on the other side because it's fertilized with BS. Even use BS, you said the whole thing. Oh, of course. As you know, if you're just trying to make because I talked kind of over the last part of it, so I wanted to have it clearly stated. So that's interesting. Folks, self censor, which we love here. Speaking of transfers, let's talk about coaching transfers. As I like to call them. Yeah. Carly Tebow dodon is obviously a favorite of this podcast due to all your mystic size. She ends up getting her first head coaching job at Fairfield. And Fairfield just won the MAC correct this year. They did. They did. So she's coming into a good program. Getting a good chance. So I just want to shout out to Carly forgetting her first job. Yeah. I am so excited for her. And Nancy was up there, Nancy T Bo, and Eric and Mike were at the mystics training camp, and I know they're going to be making that trip up there. Wearing their red Fairfield stuff. So it's really fun. It's forgive me, guys. I'm not from the northeast. Where is Fairfield? Is it in Connecticut? I believe so, yeah. Okay, cool. I did not know that. It's in Fairfield, Connecticut. Does that make sense? There you go. I don't think I've ever been to Connecticut for as much as we talk about Connecticut. Maybe I'll go up there. It's like in the beach. Whatever. That's cool, man. I know where it was. When you go up there. Huh? Yeah, right. I'm so wrong, you know, hang out. I do think I'm wrong. I don't think Fairfield will in the MAC. I thought they did. I think that they did. They did. They went 19 one. Okay. So they did. 19 a month. And they were in the tournament. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Because on the men's side, I would say Peter, you won. Yes. And made that big run, yeah. So, sorry about the confusion there. Shouts to Carly. Also, obviously, if we're not, if I'm not talking about Miami, I'm talking about William and Mary. Aaron Dickerson Davis is the new one's basketball head coach at William and Mary. Yes. Seems like a great hire. You know more about her, so I want to get your take on her, but she's a northwestern grad, played at northwestern, spend time with Taos in Georgetown, most recently I wake forest. All those schools really make sense with William Mary, which is a very academic first school art, every school is academic first. But William Mary is like, the classroom is way more important than the court. And I think she can handle that if you've been at Georgetown and wake forest certainly. And she can help bring in recruits from this area. So I'm excited for it as a William Mary alum. Now I love her. And I think she has a tremendous opportunity there at William and Mary. She was at Georgetown when my daughter was being recruited by Georgetown. So she was on staff there. So we spent a lot of time talking to her and being on campus with her and she was just amazing. So when she went to wake forest, I know Jen Hoover very well. We played against each other in college. And so for her to go down there with Jen, I thought was really special. But now for her to be first year head coach, I'm super excited for her and congrats. That's going to be fun. It's going to be fun for you as an alum to get down there. I'm going to try to go to a lot of schools around here. But yeah, I'm definitely going to definitely go back to William and Mary. So yeah, shout out to her. I think there's a ton of other news that we can always get to. There's a ton of stuff that we leave on the table in these podcasts. I don't think I'm missing anything you got anything else, Christie that you want to yes. One of my really, it's hard to call, you know, players who you recruited and coached, it's hard to call them Friends, but that is a great friend of mine. Sarah Jenkins, who played at Riverdale baptist, a recruited her when I was assistant coach at Maryland for her freshman year and she decided to leave after a freshman season. And I took those two years off in between, had two babies, came back and I came back and coached at Georgetown, and then that's where Sarah had transferred. So I coached her her freshman year and her senior year. But she was assistant coach at Penn State before that she was also at Georgetown and Delaware, but now she is back as the head coach at Delaware. I'll talk about crying when Nas noman's name was being called when that news came out that she was going to do that. I mean, Natasha there, she took the head coaching position at Arizona state. She was at Delaware. They made that run to the tournament and lost in college park. But for her to be able to come back and coach at Delaware, I'm just extremely thrilled for her. I was talking to texting with moka, and she was this excited to all the DMV years or just over the top with the possibilities with Sarah Jenkins being there. Her dad, reverend John Jenkins, said, first baptist church of Glenn Arden, Maryland. Her mom, like I know their whole family, but he has a mega church in PG county, Maryland. They're going to have a lot of support for her because that's not too far up the road. It's kind of Delaware's kind of extended DMV. Yeah. We count it when it's when it's beneficial to us. Absolutely. That would be a matchup that we can go to. Down there, Williamsburg, CA matchup between William Mary and the Delaware. There you go. And then Della Don, maybe there too, because that's her. That's her. I thought it was a little surprised that she wasn't at the Maryland game, but I'm sure she had other things to do. She's working out, man. She looks good. She looks good. Whatever she was doing, it seems to have worked. But yeah. Jenkins. Shouts all the new coaches. It's really, really exciting time for all these new coaches taking over, especially all the ones we're near us. So yeah, that's all I got. That's it. This will be talking next week. Now, season won't be up Saturday next week. So maybe we'll do our season preview. I know. I can't wait for that. Once the rosters are narrowed down, unfortunately, I know it's going to be hard to do, but once that happens, we will bring that all to you, but we don't have to go home. Y'all don't have to go home, but we got to get up out of here. They're cutting the lights out on us. We're still sitting here courtside. We're going to walk off slowly and still talk about all these things. We've discussed today. But we certainly appreciate you guys. Joining us today right here on the her hoop stats podcast network for this episode of courtside with Christian Gabe for my partner. Gave Ibrahim I'm Christy winter Scott. We'll see you next time..
The Charlie Kirk Show
"nancy t bo" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"It. Reagan, let me put in a plug for my book from two years ago, Reagan, the American president. I spent a lot of time in the Reagan papers in semi valley. A lot of time. And Reagan started off one of his three main things was to reduce the size of government. What you'll notice is that after about 1983 he quit even mentioning that. And one of the reasons I found in some of the papers was the agencies themselves were pushing back. And they said, we can't cut our budget. We've already spent all of it, you know? I get this from one department that said, how am I going to count my bill? I've already spent all of it. And then Trump comes in and like I say, I think his idea of what the swamp was when he came in was much different than when he left. And as Bannon said, I expect when he comes back, he's coming back with a flamethrower. So I suppose let's just focus on Lincoln in particular, you know, he was able to kind of marshal half the country together. What else like tactically can a second term Trump do to learn from Lincoln or these other presidents to remove this infestation? I mean, going at the flamethrower, I understand what that means. Sort of, but how would you do it? I mean, you can't fire Fauci or can you? I mean, what wisdom from the people that have fought these battles before, can a future president apply to not just say it, but to actually win this fight? Yeah, that's a great question. And you know, it's interesting you mentioned mentioned doctor fallacy again because Bannon told me that when they went in, they were instructed. He didn't tell me by who. I know it was urinal. And I know it was RuPaul. That would be McConnell and Paul Ryan if you don't follow Larry's nicknames list. Okay, so journal told him keep your hands off Francis Collins and keep your hands off doctor fallacy. And Bannon said they were prohibited from the get go and that that going after these guys, come on. No, I'm laughing at the nickname. You want Nancy Pelosi Bo toxic? No, I love that. I need them all. I'm laughing at you. Okay, so 5 days a week I do a news column today's news on uncovered D.C. dot com and right at the bottom are all of the nicknames. And I started using nicknames for cities like San Francisco as new Mogadishu and Chicago has been gazi by the Lake, right? So but what you could learn is that Trump has to go in next time, understanding he's going to need allies in the Senate and in the house. And I think you'll have far more of this time than he had before. But we got rid of McCain's gun and we got rid of a lot of these guys that wicker and some of these people just were useless. But we got to replace them in this Senate race and in 24 with mega people who are going to go in and support Trump and by that I mean not impeach him when he kicks out Christopher wray and says, I'm sorry, we're going to put ahead of the FBI in who's actually going to do something. So that's incredibly important. Let me ask you, you said something interesting, you said he was the most federalist president. You're an authority on that. I won't challenge that. So let's just take it as is. But should he have been more embracing of executive power? Well, that's a good point because he would have followed everybody from, you know, FDR on in terms of embracing that power with Trump, though, the problem was always, he was walking this tight wire, where, if he stepped a little bit too far to one side, he was going to get impeached. And I don't mean just from Botox and her ilk, I mean from the rhino Republicans and the Senate that was there. He could have been removed. And so he had to walk a very fine line so as not to get removed from office by the Senate. And I think if we get 5 or ten more maga people in in the next two years, that won't even be a consideration. And he will have considerable more authority to do as you say to be more of a less of a federalist president and more of a TR type, which I wouldn't like to see, but different times call for different measures. Yeah, I mean, philosophically agree with you for sure. But I'm more open minded to using executive power to get us back into alignment with constitutional principles. Than ever before. And I think that it's a dangerous precedent, but we're already kind of in wartime. You know that we're already in a not so cold Civil War happening. It's not kinetic, but definitely is heating up where when Trump actually started to embrace this, though, was when all of a sudden he realized he could get parts of the border wall in the Yuma sector by using the reappropriation of national defense funds, right? I think that Trump was embracing some of the, let's say more the more aggressive interpretations of article two, as he lost both chambers of Congress. And the left they've always been willing to push boundaries that. But I want to ask you with just a couple of minutes remaining. Wasn't Teddy Roosevelt a little bit embracing of that, didn't he push the boundaries? For executive power? Yeah, very much so, which is why he's not in my top 5 favorite presidents. I think he went too far. And you can attribute all of Roosevelt's weakness in terms of his over aggressiveness sometimes and going after business to the fact that of all the things TR did in his life he never ran a business. He had this cattle ranch out there, but he never ran it. He never met a payroll he never had to deal with balancing the books and a downtime. It was just, it was a playground to him. I wanted to mention one thing to you though. I raised the issue of the FBI to a rather powerful member of the House. I'm not going to give you his name, but you'll just have to trust me. This guy's up there. And he agreed, he said, the FBI is out of control and the whole institution needs to be taken down to the studs. He said, but finding the right people who will do that is another thing. And it's not something you can go around saying openly in Washington, but he says it is totally out of control and we need maga people in who are going to look at it like we don't just need a new FBI director. We need a new FBI. And so I've taken to calling them to find people at the FBI for that. Charlottesville slander that they use on Trump all the time. So Charlie, any time you refer to the FBI, it's always the fine people. There you go. That's why I think, you know, Trump could do or whomever is president in the future that believes in the constitution. There is a fair amount that an executive can do. I mean, Lincoln, he was willing to use executive power, suspension of habeas corpus, amongst many other things, even without congressional approval at times. And so that's something that I want to explore with you a little bit. And I also have to ask you about a couple presidents, you don't have on your list. One in particular that is one of my favorite presidents and we might totally disagree on this. And you're the historian so you're going to win the argument, but that's okay, I'll still believe it, which is someone who I think sent out one of the most clear clarion calls of warning against a swamp or a deep state. You probably already might know who it is, don't say it yet. Someone I have a great admiration for and someone who I think actually had a lot in common with Donald Trump and why he didn't make your list and whether or not he was successful..