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Why It's So Important to Be Driven by Faith

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | Last month

Why It's So Important to Be Driven by Faith

"Would you say to this people here and even those that are on live stream, why it's so important not to be driven by your feelings, but to be driven by faith and truth. Yeah, amen. That's so important. So look, first of all, the Bible talks about that if you just follow your heart, you're going to be deceived. I'm paraphrasing, but there's repeated problems. I'm sorry. The heart is desperately wicked. Amen. Yes. And so that's not a good way to make any decision, right? And so I hear this a lot where some people say Charlie, I don't feel good about this candidate or I don't feel good about this way of going through things. And the more important question is, will that person do good or do evil? You have to understand that in a representative government of which we have with consent to the govern which we have, the candidates or the office holders are conduits to decisions and a reflection of somebody's morality. And so you should ask the question, whose morality do you want to be enforced through laws through customs and through public policy? Do you want it to be the word of God that says God credit man and woman and life begins at conception or that there is no truth and only power and that pleasure should reign throughout the entire world. Somebody's morality has to be implemented at some point. And so the higher preference on this incredible preference on feelings is exactly how we get the transgender nonsense that is sweeping our country. And if there is one issue where I just get passionate about is this satanic demonic movement that is going after our children. The most vulnerable in our society and I have to say, I think North Carolina was actually ahead of the curve in some ways. Passing that bathroom bill, what was it 8 years ago? And one of the great failures of the conservative movement was not rallying to the defense of people that passed that bathroom bill here in North Carolina because that was a good piece of legislation. And it just got totally torpedoed by bad corporate interests. And that was if I remember correctly, NCAA pulled out and it was all this other stuff. I'm just drawing from memory on this. But so here's a good example of what happens if you follow your feelings. Well, if an 8 year old feels that they're a woman or feels they're a boy, should we take that seriously? Of course not.

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Trial starts in concussion case of dead USC football player

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Trial starts in concussion case of dead USC football player

"A trial is underway in Los Angeles of a head injury lawsuit brought by the widow of a former USC football player I Norman hall the lawsuit alleges the NCAA failed to protect former University of Southern California linebacker Matthew gee from repetitive head trauma the suit alleges that guy died at age 49 in 2018 from permanent brain damage caused by countless head blows he took while playing for USC guise widows seeking multiple damage awards including $1.8 million based on her husband's life expectancy of the hundreds of wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits brought by football players against the NCAA in the past decade guise is only the second to go to trial with allegations that hits to the head led to CTE brain condition caused by repeated concussions I Norman hall

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"ncaa" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

07:16 min | Last month

"ncaa" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"Let's hop in to our main topic of the episode today. And that is that we have an NCAA season coming right around the corner here in just a couple of weeks. We're going to see the first games being played in early November between all of these NCAA teams. Logan, can we just, can we just hop in? Let's take a quick little mini reflection of last season and then take a look ahead at maybe some of our top contenders. Some players to watch out for, et cetera. But Logan, we had a chance as a show last year to go and attend the women's final four in Minneapolis. Thoughts and takeaways on that experience and what each of perhaps each of those four teams can look forward to as we move into 2023. The 2022 2023 season. First of all, the final four is the best if you have an opportunity to go this year, try to make plans to do so it was awesome, I think it's going to officially replace our I mean, I'd love to do both, but I think we've talked a lot about it replacing our annual WNBA All-Star Game trip because I think we all had such a good time. And there's a lot higher stakes. It's a great energy. It's fun to be in the building where all these things happen. Especially because by the time you get to the final four, you've got a bunch of W bound players that are playing on these teams, we watched Asia Wilson go out and celebrate with her South Carolina gamecocks with Don staley after they capped it off last year. It was very fun. The Stanford, I mean, it's going to be interesting this year because Stanford and South Carolina are probably going to be the two best teams to start the year again. I'm very, yeah, I'm very intrigued by a lot of the returning players that I now feel like this stronger connection to because we were able to go see a lot of them in person. Yeah, I agree with you. I think being able to watch Louisville and UConn and Stanford and obviously South Carolina is they want it like it was so cool to watch them all play in person and be able to catch some live games between these teams that we watch on TV all season long. But it was really fun to be able to catch them in action as it is here. We do every once in a while, have an opportunity to see some of these teams play in person, we've got here in Utah where we live. Utah state is the closest school to us just about 15 minutes away from where Logan and I live. They usually don't bring in like your top 25 programs to play here. They've traditionally been on the lower end of a conference, which of the mountain west conference, which is not necessarily known for its women's basketball prowess. But we also have the university of Utah and BYU here within just an hour to drive. And those teams do sometimes bring in some of those top programs, especially the Utah, being able to head down to the university of Utah because they play in the PAC 12 and the PAC 12 just always seems to have one or two teams that are like a top three or four squad. And so it's been fun to be able to have those programs come and play even somewhat locally for us and give us opportunities there. But Logan, let's talk who do you have your eye on heading into the 2022 2023 season? Let's see. Let's start in the ACC. I think there's a debate going on on Twitter and on ESPN over whether the SEC or the ACC is the better conference this year. I don't really care which one is the better conference. It's probably the SEC. I think the more interesting one is the ACC because it doesn't have South Carolina in it, which means anybody can win it. You've got NC state minus Alyssa Q name and a couple other major players that aren't there anymore, but still supposed to be very good. You've got Louisville, who made it to the final four last year, and you've got another dame who's, I think, starting this year, I'll have to double check. I think Notre-Dame actually starts this year as the highest ranked ACC team. No, there are 8 just behind number 7 Louisville in the preseason way too early top 25 rankings. So they've got Louisville and Notre-Dame right there. As one of these two teams is going to win this conference. And then NC state not far behind. I think they're probably, yeah, they got him at 11. So the battle for that conference is going to be really, really interesting, personally. I think I see the most promise in Louisville, they are one of the teams that we were able to watch last year, and I also really like Haley van lift. She was one of the players that I think we want to see again on final four weekend this year. So those are the teams that I've kind of keeping early tabs on, I think, early movement in the standings is going to depend heavily on which of them kind of emerges as the FrontRunner in that conference. Those are my, I mean, there's like 30 teams I want to talk about, so I'm going to try to group them together as best I can, but that's my initial impressions of these early rankings. I agree, I think the ACC is probably one of the more competitive leagues at the top. Obviously, the big 12 is competitive, but Baylor pretty much always wins the regular season. I feel like they're 12th street. Yeah, they won 12. They've won 12 in a row. Somewhat someone step up in that. I have anything against Baylor. I just, I love Nikki Colin. They're a fun team to watch. Someone needs to step up and put a stop to that. I don't know if it's going to be. I want to talk about the SEC for just a minute here. The SEC with hosting reigning champion, South Carolina. The SEC has teams like Kentucky who can at any point, like you see take down South Carolina. So that seems there, but two teams I'm looking at right now is LSU has brought in some really strong transfers, they've got some really, really good. They've had a pretty solid recruiting class. They've got some young faces coming in, but the team that I'm most excited to watch outside of South Carolina in the SEC is Tennessee. I think Tennessee is actually the team that I would be watching if I were if I were a SEC or someone if you're looking for a team to maybe upend South Carolina as the team to beat in the SEC. I think Tennessee's got to be probably your best bet there. Yeah, I think your options are pretty limited in terms of teams that even have the potential to do that.

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"ncaa" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

08:01 min | 3 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"You're watching on YouTube, please smash the like button like your brand today because you have consent and if you haven't yet subscribed to the YouTube channel, please go ahead and knock that out while you're here. All right, norland is some notable NCAA news in the past 24 hours. The NCAA board of directors on Wednesday adopted several measures designed to assist with the mass influx of athletes in the transfer portal while also modernizing its infractions process, but another way, there's now a 60 day transfer window for everybody including basketball players and our IP. Dead leg to the best of your ability. Tell the folks what happened on Wednesday and why it matters. All right. That is actually tough to say a few times faster. Okay, so we've got the IAR P and the new infraction stuff and then we've got the transfer stuff. You pick GP, let's just cut these in half. What do you want me to start with first? Let's go transfer first. All right, transfer, okay, so all college sports now have transfer windows. They differ depending on when the sports are played. If you're in the fall, there's a 45 day window, and then there's another one on the back end in May, and the winter college basketball for our purpose is what we're going to talk about here. There is one singular 60 day transfer window. I will get into what that actually means. And then spring sports have the reverse where they've got an early window and then a 45 day on the back end. Four college basketball, this 60 day window will start the Monday after selection Sunday, and it will end, then 60 days later. So in mid may, the previous deadline this past year was may 1. Now you're going to be looking around May 15th or give or take, it's going to be a 60 day window. Why is there a single 60 day window for transferring? Well, the NCAA and the transformation committee, which is headed up by Julie cromer, the Ohio AD and Greg sankey, the SEC commissioner received loads of feedback over the past 8, 9 months, basically, and there was a big push among many coaches and ADs in all sorts of sports to condense this to not basically have an ongoing cycle where players could go into the portal whenever they wanted. If they want to leave, they can leave, but for official purposes, let's make this where they have more than enough time to decide if they're going to leave, but really just try and square it off if you will. So college basketball will have 60 days. Now, to be clear about this, okay? One, there was a little bit of blowback on, well, why wouldn't you start this Afghan civil tournament? Well, there's still going to be 5 or 6 weeks from the end of the tournament to the end of the portal closing. So anyone that was planning postseason ball, they will have more than enough time to do that. There is no debt, this transfer window does not mean that at the end of the 60 day period, everyone that's decided to go into the portal must decide where they're going to their new school. No, you have 60 days to merely officially put your name into the portal. Now, if you're Joe Q jump shot and you decide on December 7th, I'm done. I'm leaving this team. I'm out. You can tweet it. You can announce it. You can tell the team you can tell the world, people will know you're on the no one's stopping that from happening. That will continue to happen. We will still have tweaks, news. Hey, this player, he just tweeted out that, you know, it's been real, but I'm out of here. In the middle of January, that's still going to happen. That player just simply can't go into the portal until it opens the Monday after selection Sunday. From a rule standpoint, that player will not be allowed to be contacted by other schools until they're in the portal, but whatever. That's not stopping coaches, obviously, an AU coaches or other representatives from finding you if need be. Again, tampering is one of college sports greatest traditions. This new 60 day transfer window Paris, as you well know, that's not stopping that, but it does make for something a little bit cleaner, a couple more quick details than chime in here, GP. Reminder, first time transfers immediately eligible everywhere. Now the D one board opted against always eligible transfer a second time third time, they are not immediately eligible. One of the big concerns there was the thought that players would do this every time you transfer not all your credit transfer, it would reduce graduation rates. So that is not a thing. Cynicism is still out there about whether or not this becomes something that sticks. And by that GP, I mean, you can still apply for a waiver. Here's what the languages from the NAA, the legislation also establishes exceptions to the new windows for student athletes who experience head coach changes. So if you're a second time transfer and you had a head coach change, you can apply for a waiver you're going to be immediately eligible basically or have had athletics aid reduce canceled or not renewed IE if the coach ran a player off. Now you're going to have to get the coach to agree that he got run off that might not be the easiest thing. One more thing the board also adopted new, more specific standards for immediate eligibility waivers for student athletes who do not otherwise meet the one time transfer exception focusing on the student athlete while being a circumstances outside the student athletes control. So the acceleration doesn't want to get sued or deal with more, just cases like this where a player wants to be eligible, they've been ruled ineligible. We'll see on that. But the big takeaways are the 60 day window, which will like for our purposes, like this will actually create an aggressive news cycle. Maybe that's a good thing for college basketball. We talk more about transfers this year than ever before. It actually generates interest in news. And then there's not transfer whenever you want, however, often you want with the media eligibility. That was punted on. That's not going to stick. But again, with the waiver situation, we'll see how true that reality is perish a year or two or three down the road. Minor complaint and I can't emphasize the word minor enough because this won't impact my line and tangible way. I'm not college basketball coach. But I don't like the start date of the window. I think you are at some level of disadvantage if you're playing in the NCAA tournament because Monday after selection Sunday. We're flying to San Antonio for a round of 64 game where prepping, scouting reports, all of this stuff. And hey, an interesting player just entered the transfer portal. Hey, I need one of you to go work on that. Hey, I got to take a phone call on this. I don't like the idea that you are placed in a situation as a staff where you theoretically would have to allot some time to recruiting when you really should be focused on the task at hand. Which is everybody focused on our opponent in this NCAA tournament. And if you end up advancing to the final four, well, that's three weeks of time where certain staffs have really nothing to do other than recruit. And you have lots of things to do other than recruit. And so it puts, again, in theory, the best programs in the country at some level of disadvantage. You're going to have to pick how you spend your time. As a member of a staff, how am I spending my time today? Am I in the transfer portal or am I focusing on we've got a round of 32 game against Michigan on Sunday. And so put me in charge, I would have wanted to push the date back until the Tuesday after the national championship game. Or maybe the Monday after the elite 8. And then you're only whatever however you're disadvantaged. It's literally four teams. And so whatever disadvantage they have in this area, they'll be able to raise final four banners in offset it perhaps. But again, minor complaint, but I don't like it starting when it starts. Just real quick on that. I've been talking to coaches about this issue for a number of months. They wanted a 45 day window with what exactly what you're saying because the reason why it ends in mid may semester ends their school's wrapping up. You don't want to have to deal with this stuff as you get into June, understandably. So you want to have this from a winter sports perspective, get it wrapped up in the first couple of weeks of May, but coaches wanted this thing to be about 45 days. The problem is, what's

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The Transfer Portal: Is the NCAA Asleep at the Wheel?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:12 min | 3 months ago

The Transfer Portal: Is the NCAA Asleep at the Wheel?

"Transfer portal. I don't think it's an animal phone is out. I don't know if there's a bad concept, but when you basically made it a free agency. In other words, I mean, I can drop out of the portal. Instead of it being, hey, I need to get closer to home or, you know, I'm in my 5th year. I mean, again, that we've seen to be going back to a trend here. How is the NCAA just completely asleep at the wheel over these couple of issues? Well, they don't care about the game. They don't care about the loyalty. They received pressure from the woke community and my opinion to allow freedom of choice of everything. That's what they believe in. Freedom of choice of everything. And so there are no stipulations for anything. I mean, the PGA Tour has it now with the live in the PGA Tour. The same things going on. Limiting freedoms is bad in our society now where it was good for about 200 years and it seemed to work pretty good.

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Did the NCAA Legalize Cheating? Coach Chan Gailey Weighs In

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Did the NCAA Legalize Cheating? Coach Chan Gailey Weighs In

"NCAA did such a terrible job. I mean, they followed it all the way to the Supreme Court and everybody telling them you're probably gonna lose this. This is just, you know, they kept on college presidents, though, an athlete record. We're encouraging it. They lost, but they had no plan B and now you got Bryce young at Alabama is making over a $1 million a year in NLR and IO partnerships. You've got kids. I mean, how can not say this is, I mean, it's just, it's one, it's not Pro Bowl. I mean, it is not pro ball. It is pro ball now. Number two, this plays into, you know, used to when you were coaching like if I was one of your big alumni. You know, it was a wink wink not. I couldn't suppose to have any dealing with the player. Now, I can have my all set up, and I can offer them before they ever get to say, if you know if you come here, I got a $1 million sitting here. Waiting. I mean, did we legalize the NCAA really just legalized cheating? Yes, that's all it was. They legalized it. And they did it in the name of doing what's right by the players. And I get that and to a certain degree, but I've been wanting to know is all along that said, okay, you want to pay the players, let's put $20,000, $25,000 every year they're there. And when they walk out, they get every one of them, not the quarterback, not the left half, hold not the linebacker, all of them, when they graduate, if they've been there 5 years, they get 5 times whatever it was. And they got a 100,000, a $120,000 when they walk out the door. But everybody wants it now. Everybody wants it now. We're analysis society. And I deserve it and give it to me now. And there's no white on anything. So it is pro ball, it's just, you know, a different way to do it.

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Celtics great Russell, 11-time champ, dies at 88

AP News Radio

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Celtics great Russell, 11-time champ, dies at 88

"I Mike Gracia reporting Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell one of the greatest players in NBA history dies at 88 Bill Russell the greatest winner in NBA history who anchored the Boston Celtics dynasty to 11 championships in 13 years died Sunday He was 88 Russell's family posted the news on social media without disclosing the cause of death After leading the university of San Francisco to NCAA championships in 1955 and 1956 and the U.S. to the Olympic gold medal at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics Russell joined the Celtics I had never seen the Celtics play when I got here And I played against Heinz in college But I met a couple of occasions And we had an immediate affinity The Celtics were guided by coach and general manager red arbok Russell would win He would make the great play He didn't care whether he went to league in scoring a rebounding or this or that all he wanted to do was be instrumental in winning Russell was a 5 time most valuable player and a 12 time all star Russell was also a leading voice for civil rights He was at the March on Washington in 1963 and at the 50th commemoration of the march We can never accept the status quo until

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President Trump Jokes About 'Transgenderism' in NCAA

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | 4 months ago

President Trump Jokes About 'Transgenderism' in NCAA

"There is no such thing as transgenderism. There is something called gender dysphoria. Educate yourself. So anyway, you've got this big controversy, and of course the big news and my head is somewhat off to the NCAA because they saw fit not to make mister Leah Thomas their female athlete of the year. Maybe UPenn can resubmit him as the male athlete of the year. I don't know, that may be still available. But the NCAA rejected Leah Thomas, the male swimmer who swims with the girls. They were ejected him as their female athlete of the year. So there's been a lot of talk about all of this, and so president Trump, he does help frame the argument so everybody out there in the across the fruited plane can understand what this is really all about. And I'll tell you what if I were ever, I'd be the greatest woman's basketball coach at history. Because I don't like LeBron James. I like Michael Jordan much better. But. I'd go up to LeBron James. It doesn't matter. I say LeBron. Did you ever have any desire to be a woman? Because what I'd love you to do is star on my team that I'm building up. I will have the greatest team in history. They'll never lose. Nobody will come within 70 points of this team.

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 4 months ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster Friday was a busy night at Major League Baseball and no one was busier than the Toronto Blue Jays who kept hitting and scoring is a clobbered Boston 28 to 5 They scored 11 runs in the 5th inning They had 29 hits on the night and not one but two players with 6 RBIs Elsewhere Aaron judge keeps hitting home runs two more Friday night giving him 36 on this season The Yankees beating Baltimore and out in Seattle Houston ended the Mariners win streak at 14 the other ale winners Cleveland Tampa Bay and Oakland Over in the national league you Darvish out dual Max Scherzer as San Diego beat the mets four to one the other NL winners Cincinnati Miami Arizona Milwaukee and the Dodgers Pro football quarterback Deshawn Watson showed up at Cleveland's training camp but neither he nor the browns know if the NFL will suspend him college football the NCAA has charged Tennessee's program with 18 level one alleged violations and in hockey Calgary dealt Matthew kachak to Florida for Jonathan huber dough and Mackenzie Uighur I'm David Shuster AP sports

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NCAA charges Tennessee with 18 major violations under Pruitt

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

NCAA charges Tennessee with 18 major violations under Pruitt

"The NCAA has notified Tennessee of 18 major rules violations committed under former football coach Jeremy Pruitt allegations include providing impermissible cash gifts and benefits worth over $60,000 to football recruits and their families The notice of allegations says at least a dozen members of Pruitt's staff were involved in more than 200 individual violations over a two year period Pruitt 9 others were fired for cause in January 2021 The falls have until October 20th to respond to the NCAA findings I'm Dave

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Lia Thomas's Nomination Proves Women Are Erasing Themselves

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Lia Thomas's Nomination Proves Women Are Erasing Themselves

"The other idiot I wanted to bring up today is William Thomas. The transgender swimmer. Because now she's been nominated for woman of the year. Woman of the year guys, what the hell is wrong with the NCAA? This guy ranked nearly dead last when he swam against young men, pops a few hormone pills and presto change O maybe tucks his print to the right tapes it down. Now he's a woman. And then he jumps like 465 places to become the number one female swimmer, how can anybody accept this insanity? You know, girls in the quest to be seen as equals. Women seem to believe that in order to be seen as such, they must also surrender their femininity. But in doing so, they not only achieve that, but they've helped all but erase themselves. It's meaningless. They've turned everything into nothing. But this is Biden and the Democrats world,

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Trying to Understand the Disregard for Life

The Officer Tatum Show

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Trying to Understand the Disregard for Life

"One day you think, God, okay, I'm not gonna get pregnant this time. I hope I missed it this time. I hope it was just, you sitting there trying to count in your head. How you gonna miss this pregnancy? And then you get pregnant and you wanna continue your life after doing all that stuff that it took to get pregnant and you wanna have an abortion. And then you want everybody to feel sorry for you. After you didn't ruin your life and your reputation and then now later in life, you regret it. All I'm saying is that I forgive you, sister. If you had an abortion, if you really want forgiveness, but for the ones running out here, just cutting up, talking about they can have as many abortions they want. All right, roe V wade is over. I hope you live in a state that you can't have an abortion. And I hope you take care of yourself. And stop being out here.

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Minneapolis Police Snipers Fatally Shot Andrew "Tekle" Sundberg

The Officer Tatum Show

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Minneapolis Police Snipers Fatally Shot Andrew "Tekle" Sundberg

"I want to talk about another shooting. Then I'm going to talk about you all day a little bit. Not the nuance of the volley, but just the rhetoric is blowing blowing my socks off. But before then, I want to talk about this shooting that occurred, let me see if I can find the city it happened in. I just, I just did the story earlier. I was actually on the news talk about, oh, many Annapolis, right? So Minneapolis police. This kid name is tiko. I think that's how you say his name, tiko. So let's explain this real quick. This is how I know people are absolutely stupid. This guy tickle for whatever reason, he's in an apartment complex. He's going crazy. He's shooting a gun. It goes through this woman's house. She got two kids in her house. She's a person of color, shoes to our House. I mean, I saw the pictures. She got bullets going through her bathroom through doors through walls. And this guy shooting up the place. Police show up to the scene. He's shooting at the police. Multiple guns, multiple grounds fired at the police. They are literally scrambling with the S.W.A.T. team to rescue everybody they can out the apartment complex to isolate this one idiot. By himself now, they don't just pull up to the scene and say check yourself fool and just shoot the man in the head like Benjamin crump and these other race hustling and attorneys will have you figure, Benjamin crop on Twitter said that this is a good articulate great man who was having a mental crisis. I don't care what is going on in your mind. You're shooting a gun, potentially killing other people with no remorse.

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The Media and Their Agenda Against Guns

The Officer Tatum Show

01:50 min | 4 months ago

The Media and Their Agenda Against Guns

"But John, are you saying, what is the agenda though? Because we understand, I think that us on this side of the aisle, we understand that it's clear as the noonday sun if a shooter wants to kill as many people as he can, he's going to go somewhere with no guns, and he's going to shoot as many people that seem like there would be soft targets. That's why schools are targeted, miles of targeted, and these areas where there's mass gathering and not a lot of shootings. We don't see them go to the police station. You know, they're not going to a gun store. Or even going to something like these gun situations. Shooting range is another one. They're not going there because they're going to get smoked. So why do you think the media is turning a blind eye to this? Do they have an agenda? Well, unfortunately I've kind of come to the belief that they do have an agenda on that. These are inconvenient things. But I don't know how you just ignore the diaries and manifestos that these people put out, and yet they do that time after time. The parts that show why they pick the targets that they did. I mean, why is that newsworthy? They go and they talk about all these other things, facts that they frequently get wrong, like what type of gun was used or at least initial the news reports are wrong or things like how they obtained the gun, but the easiest thing to check usually is whether or not guns were banned in a particular place. After a school shooting in Texas, 30% of the schools in Texas allowed teachers to be able to carry. Unfortunately, the school wasn't one of them. But you can check within like three or four minutes online, whether or not it was one of the schools that banned people being able to go and carry guns.

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How Gun Free Zones Attract Killers

The Officer Tatum Show

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

How Gun Free Zones Attract Killers

"John, I got a lot of things I want to talk to you about. The first thing is, how because the liberals come out, the leftists come out and they try to make it seem like that it's not an effective measure for good people, good samaritans to have guns as it pertains to thwarting these crazed criminals that want to do mass shootings. Can you speak to us a little bit about the research that you've done at the research prevention? The crime prevention research center. Can you talk to us a little bit about your studies on this top on this topic? I mean, there's so much evidence out there. One just has to read the diaries or the manifestos that these murderers leave. I mean, the buffalo murder, for example, he explicitly talks about why he picked the target that he did. He wanted to go to a place where he knew his victims would not have permitted concealed handguns because he was worried that they would make it difficult for him to go and kill people.

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How Liberals Place Their Lives Before Your Well Being

The Officer Tatum Show

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

How Liberals Place Their Lives Before Your Well Being

"Now, if the people get rid of our air for teams, that means that there's no AR-15 circulating. Correct? Then why would police officers have AR-15s? Did if we get rid of our air fatigues, then why don't police officers just have pen guns? Why do they mean any other weapons? Oh, because we do realize that criminals are not going to abide by the law. Criminals are going to have AI for teams no matter who has them. The liberals want you to be disarmed because it makes them feel good on the inside. Because they don't want to see big scary guns. They don't want people to have rights because it's barbaric to them. Because many of them live in places where they don't have to fear for their lives. You go to the inner city anywhere in the country, you tell me, do you want a gun or do you not want a gun? What's the consequence of not having a gun in the inner city? And many of these dangerous areas. You get smoked.

Good Guy With a Gun Stops Indiana Shopping Mall Shooter

The Officer Tatum Show

01:20 min | 4 months ago

Good Guy With a Gun Stops Indiana Shopping Mall Shooter

"So to shoot it goes into the mall, the Greenwood park mall, some of you guys from Indiana know exactly what that model is at, the forgotten man, my producer, was telling me about an experience that he had at the mall and thank God he had a license to carry a gun. So the interesting thing, Indiana, just allowed for people to pretty much carry without a permit. And so a young man 22 year old man is now carrying in the mall and the food court where the 20 year old suspect who's now deceased entered into the mall, went into the bathroom, he was in there what they were report over an hour, I guess he finally got the courage to come out with two long guns for those who don't know what long guns are. AR-15s. And he began shooting. He said he fired over 24 rounds, killing three people and injuring two other people, a 12 year old girl was one that was injured as well. She suffered non life threatening injuries. But the good Samaritan, with his girlfriend, going to the mall, shopping, hopefully at Louis Vuitton. And he sees the suspect, the suspect is firing that other individuals and he takes it upon himself to eliminate the threat.

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Indiana Man Runs Into Burning Home to Save 5 Children Trapped Inside

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Indiana Man Runs Into Burning Home to Save 5 Children Trapped Inside

"Another story before I go further into how the media has covered what happened in Indiana, which is despicable. Indiana man hailed as hero after saving 5 people, including children from house fire. This is just a couple days ago. Isn't it amazing on the media doesn't cover this? The national media, they're too busy worrying about Ukraine or worrying about gun control or this other story we're going to hit. How biological male Thomas nominated for woman of the year? That's the NCAA. But this Indiana man, this is an amazing story. And this is what America is really made of, not those Yuval day cowards. Nick bostick of Lafayette was driving by on his way home when he saw flames coming out of a home around 1230 in the morning. I saw the fire on the balcony so I slammed on the brakes, pulled in the driveway, ran into the house from the back and I was hollering, quote, is anybody there. This random person bostick rushed into the burning home and saw four people. He helped them get to safety right away, but was then told one of the children was still missing. This random good Samaritan then rushes back into the a home only to be confronted with growing flames and thick black smoke. The smoke came out of nowhere. It was pitch black. The heat was excruciating. Bostic was able to locate the child after he heard faint crying. He grabbed the child and jumped out of the second story window to avoid the flames. I grabbed her and held her snug and ran up those stairs like a running back for the colts. I jumped out of the window, said boss stick. There's just a random guy. Dramatic body camera footage from a police officer shows the moment bostick emerged from the home with a 6 year old child. Bostick severed cuts burns and blisters on legs in his arm, he shared at a hospital after several days. He was treated a hospital Wednesday after several days of treatment, waking up every morning, I have something to remind me of why I'm here still alive. Why God keeps me here.

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"ncaa" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Some of these low major games? Nobody's going. And look, I understand the rhetoric behind that. I understand that, hey, you're there to put butts in the seats sometimes, but it's still kind of ruins the ambiance of what is the NCAA tournament, which is one of the greatest sporting events we have in our country. I don't think there's any doubt about that. And the excitement around it, the underdog, all that. Our country loves that kind of deal. And to take that away. That's the difference. It'll take away from what our story is. Our sport is a niche sport for the most part until the tournament. And then you're bringing in everybody. Whether it's, you know, my mom, I don't know if your kids aren't old enough yet, but everybody just brings in everybody. It won't do that to me. If you get rid of the Cinderella stories in those first round ups, yeah, we want to see the big boys like we did in the final four, but and again, maybe there's something where those guys aren't getting the same level of a share down the road, something like that. I mean, that's gonna be the biggest thing. I talked with one person here who said he thought what would happen is that eventually the NCA tournament was going to break away, right? They're going to pull it out, it's going to be all of the big boys is going to be like the top 8, 9, ten. However, many conferences, and they're going to play just those teams in whatever they call it. It's not going to be the NCAA term anymore. They're going to call it something else. And then what's going to happen is they're going to realize that they ruined it. They realized they ruined all the stuff that nobody going back. All this stuff that people loved about it. They'll invite those D one double-A, whatever you want to phrase the other teams to have a seat at the table.

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Teachers Union Considers Replacing Word 'Mother'

The Officer Tatum Show

01:03 min | 5 months ago

Teachers Union Considers Replacing Word 'Mother'

"As I said before the break, the national education association as the country's largest labor union proposed in contracts that they take out the word mother and use birthing parent. Use of this contract language, members need not worry about how a board of education defines maternity leave, mother, and or father, the language is inclusive, inclusive, reflection of how LGBTQIA+ members build families. The proposal says and like I said before, that's 1.6% of the U.S. adults are of the LGBTQIA+ AARP NCAA championship, that's only a small fraction of adults or a part of this. And yet they are acquiescing. I don't even know if the acquisition. I would argue that most of these people don't care.

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FINA Votes to Restrict Transgender Women From Competitions

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:40 min | 5 months ago

FINA Votes to Restrict Transgender Women From Competitions

"Some common sense at last, the world's governing body and swimming. It's called Athena. Has effectively banned transgender women from competing in women's events. The female members voted 71% in favor of a policy, basically it only permits swimmers who have transitioned before the age of 12 to compete in women's events. So the way this worked is that, well, the controversy was kind of driven by Leah Thomas, the University of Pennsylvania swimmer, biological male, a trans, who entered the transgender NCAA championship. Basically destroyed the competition, and people are going to say, wait a minute. So fina created a working group. This is an international body, by the way, a working group, and the working group was made up of medical experts, legal experts, sports figures to review all this. And they decided, you know what? We can't have it. And so at the Olympics and an international events, it's very simple. They use the key kind of marker of what they call Tanner stage two or before age 12. Whichever is later. So if you haven't transitioned by then, you can't do it. And now obviously they don't care the other way if you're a female to male transgender athlete. In other words, if you are transgender male, you are able to compete, but the idea is that if you are a biological man, lose transition to female, then you then you have

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"ncaa" Discussed on UnCommon Law

UnCommon Law

05:48 min | 8 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on UnCommon Law

"With my reparations, talk to me. So Kyle, when did we see the pendulum start to shift? When did ideas about athlete compensation start to change? So I think the conversation kind of shifted when some lawsuits came about such that the Ed o'bannon case. Ed o'bannon, of course, was a former UCLA basketball player who in 2009 brought an antitrust class action suit against the NCAA over the use of college athlete likenesses in video games. It is interesting because even players who were no longer subject to NCAA rules still had their image and lightness being used in these games and they weren't getting anything out of it. So that ended up kind of shutting down NCA football and some of the other video games where they were using these images and likeness and even it turns out even if you strip the names and just use their numbers and characteristics that make it very clear who number 5 for USC is. Number 5 for USC who happens to be faster than everybody. Well, we know as Reggie Bush. More recently, there have been cases that have come before the Supreme Court and other circuit courts where the NCA has kind of taken hits bit by bit and the drum beat kind of got louder and louder. It was in the o'bannon case that a federal judge ruled that restricting athletes from receiving payment for the use of their name, image and likeness was an unreasonable restraint on trade. So Kyle did this also opened the door for pain athletes directly. So the name image lightness issue is kind of separate from the pay for play issue in that the paper play issue the NCAA decides that our institutions aren't going to pay players and here's the limits of what your institution can do for a player. They may mention lightness kind of steps on a player's rights that exist completely independent of the university. So that kind of became the easiest target, I think, for people who thought that the NCAA had particularly the ones with revenue sports, were getting a raw deal because it was just a business wants to pay a college player to be in a commercial and why does it hurt the NCAA to allow that? So the NCAA fought long and hard to keep that amateur status where they couldn't profit off of their athletic abilities, but eventually way to public opinion started to kind of turning on that and as they saw how everyone involved in college sports where coaches are the highest paid public employees of most states and athletic directors getting 6 figure salaries, bold directors getting core of a million or more just to glad hand and set up bowl games. And people looked at the players who were actually providing the entertainment being completely barred from sharing any of it as somewhat unfair, and the easiest to target, I think, was saying, hey, well, maybe if you just stopped barring them from doing their own side deals, in addition to the o'bannon suit, there was also the case of NCAA versus alston, which was a district court ruling that was later appealed, all the way up to the Supreme Court, which heard testimony on March 31st of last year. We will hear argument this morning in case 25 12 National Collegiate Athletic Association versus alston and the consolidated.

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"ncaa" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"In there and Jay, you made a great point early and we all talked about it going into the NCAA tournament for the big 12 as a whole. How would their defense be officiated in the NCAA tournament and the reality is it's being officiated at the same level that it was when they were playing in the big swell. And so because of that physicality, that's going to be an issue for duke. And because of that, I do think that it's actually going to be a lower scoring game for duke and that favors Texas tech. Bryson Williams presents some problems for them as well because of his inside out ability. And Kevin mcculler, I think he's due to make some shots. He hasn't played as well. I don't think when the offensive end that he's capable of, but I do think that physicality issue and the way the rest will call that game. And if it's consistent with the way that they called it throughout the NCAA tournament, that favors Texas tag. So I have Texas tech moving on there. Have you guys, have you guys heard in the last several years, coaches, whether it's in their halftime interview going off or out of the huddle or all this stuff, even postgame, talk about physicality as much as they are this year. I mean, it has been, I hear that all the time. And the stuff I hear privately, which I can't repeat. But in their public interviews, there's been more talk about we need to be more physical, the physicality of this game, physicality. Some of the stuff that's being allowed now would not be allowed on a wide receiver at football. And that Baylor North Carolina game was incredible what was allowed and what went on called. But just what the coaches are saying to me is a pretty good indication. What they're saying publicly, pretty good indication that Texas tech is going to be able to do the same things that big 12 teams Big Ten teams have done and all the leaks have done all year long with regard to being overtly physical in these games without files being called. I think they can be physical. Here's the deal is a duke defends this game because duke defends they're going to be able to play ahead of defensive duke defends. They're going to create turnovers because at times Texas tech turns it over. Duke defends, they're going to be able to force contested shots. I think the big question is duke rebounds. We're going to have to rebound the ball. I mean, they can rebound a clear, they're going to play, you talked about fonts about wanting them to play faster. Yes. Jeremy rose, still play faster, they can get a stop. And then when he starts pushing it all of a sudden, you're going to see those wings, you know, respond. To me, this only comes down to really duke, not settling, getting those paper points, not subtly packing. And I think they're going to attack in the middle of the floor with bank care. They have a couple of sets where to catch them. They clear out the backside. They run that little Iverson cut and dive one of the post guys to the other side and create that drive. And then duke, in terms of special situations, the play that I thought was a big play to do Michigan state game and lightbulb went on last play the first half. They ran the elevator play in slip Mark Williams in front of the rim. You need to make those plays in the answer of my tournament. You need to make those plays to in a close game. You need to have something in your backpack where you can steal a basket. So I think duke's going to move on from that region. I think that they'll handle the physicality. But they will touch power bank Caro in the face. There's no doubt about let's go to the next. Let's go to the foul. Wouldn't that be a foul? That would be a maybe not. Maybe a warning. Carolina. Carolina, UCLA, before we digress with Bill..

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"ncaa" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

06:05 min | 9 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"That drifted after midnight, we are doing four short previews of each region in the 2022 NCAA tournament. This is one of them. We're previewing the east where Baylor is the number one C, Kentucky. Number two seed Purdue is the number three seed and UCLA is the number four C chip, I'll start with you. Is there a first round game in the east region that you can not wait to put your eyes on? Are you kidding me with Murray state in San Francisco? Because you will already want to advance to a Murray state Kentucky, right? You already want to sort of put that in place as your second round matchup. I don't think that the Dons are going to make that particularly easy. And so I've got that one identified where more than likely the winner of Marissa and San Francisco will be losing in the second round to Kentucky, but the idea of who is going to be able to escape and have that opportunity where you're going to come out of that game feeling like you've really accomplished something. You know, by the time you get to Saturday and Sunday at the NCAA tournament in the first round, there are sometimes you kind of feel like you escaped, you stole a win, you played poorly, but still figured out a way to get it done. Whoever wins Murray state San Francisco, that is an NCAA tournament victory that will be earned and that's why it's probably one of my favorite ones in the first round. Dead leg, you? Definitely Maurice in San Francisco. We've talked about it on headquarters. We talked about it on the podcast. That's the one I'm looking forward to. By the way, chip Patterson cover three's own work. I did not, we are so busy. I don't even, I wanted to get the Costanza worlds are colliding, drop in here. I couldn't even get that done in time there. It's wonderful to have you on chip. He's going to give us some picks against the spread and all that good stuff as well. Because frankly, for as good as I've been in final four and one, GP's been phenomenal in his final four one picks all season long. Cobb's been good. Chip Patterson is the gold standard. Paris, are you familiar with the idea of a unity lock? Yes, I am. That's when I got the same page. I know what a unilateral okay. Here we go. Don't test me. And by the way, I'm not pretending to be an airplane here. If you're watching on YouTube. Hey, hey, YouTube. This is another sign of aging. Just pulled a muscle in my side trying to collect the bracket. I'm in pain right now. I'm hurt. You think? You think Kurt Kris is struggling? Nothing compared to what I'm dealing with right now. I didn't wonder as if you're listening, listen, we're not going to harp on the visuals because most people listen to podcasts as opposed to watch it, but I did wonder what this was all about and I'm trying to lay out chip being on the pot. I didn't know, honestly, I figured you would just hit a fever dream state and I'm just rolling with it. So she'd be all good. I don't believe it. This is that time of year where based on the amount of sleep, the information that you've consumed and the T-shirt canon of content that you are asked to be across multiple platforms. Maybe you are just kind of Soren. Maybe this is a good time for you. What if I did think I was an airplane? We've reached the point where I think I'm an airplane. This is the time of the year where you start to get delirious because it's constant travel constant work, very little sleep. Real quick on being delirious story. Several years ago, I was in Charlotte for like, you know, a sweet 16 or something like that. And got out of the, I got into an elevator. And there were like three people in the elevator, and they had on like Carolina Panthers, you know, gear on. And I said, I said, oh, you guys, you guys from Carolina? And they were like, yeah, and I was like, so what brought you here? And they're like, what? I like what brought you to Carolina. No, I said, what brought you here? And they were like, what? And I was like, and it clicked to me. I was like, we're in Charlotte. That's why, yeah. I'm actually, I had no idea where I was. Because you're at the Westin and Bank of America stadium is right around the corner right now. I was like, I was curious. Like, oh, why are you paying their stance here? It's like we're here to watch a football game. What are you talking about? Yeah, hold the whole thing's outrageous. I like Mario state San Francisco. We're going to try our damnedest and make these breezy for you. Region by region breakdown here. Mercedes, San Francisco is the best watch of the first round as far as I'm concerned. But there's plenty to be intrigued by here. I think we're not going to get four one seats at the final four. Baylor seems a bit vulnerable. It's obviously banged up. Kentucky is a fantastic team. Can it get past a Murray state if it faces them in the second round? There's a lot to really like about this region. UCLA made the final four last year. Could be the best four. Then again, when you look around the bracket, there's a lot of really good four seeds this season. Carolina over Baylor is one that I think people might be looking as a potential if you're going to look for one to go down early. I don't know if I totally buy that, but GP durie or direct question of all of the first round games in this Mercedes San Francisco is the best watch. And then I would put Texas, Virginia tech right behind it, vot tech goes into this tournament on fire. I think it's a good matchup for the hokies against a longhorns team that was a preseason top 5 in the eyes of plenty. It's obviously falling short of that, still a good team, veteran team capable of winning that game. Frankly, it might be capable of being a 60 that makes it into the three 16. So the bottom half of this each region are my top two Texas Virginia tech and then Murray state San Fran. Dead leg, you'll remember it wasn't too long ago where we were openly discussing the possibility that Virginia tech, they were computer triggers. And now look, now look, they look like computer triggers. All season long. And now they're ACC tournament champions. Yeah, I think everybody's on board and Barry. State San Francisco is awesome. You looking for a next best game Texas Virginia tech. And there are some computer simulations. Norland and I were on CBS sports headquarters earlier today that had Virginia tech not only winning that game. But also winning its next game over perdue. So we'll get to that next. Is there an unlikely sweet 16 team here, but before we go any further real quick, let me remind you about our bracket challenge game. We want you to compete with us. So please do. I'm going to be in there. Norland will be in there. Cal boom, David cop. I hope to God chip Patterson's in there. You can join us at CBS sports dot com slash CBS eye on brackets. We're going to get a $100 gift card to paramount plus, which.

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"ncaa" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

05:40 min | 9 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Once again involvement on campus. NCAA tournament edition with Jade billis played in the championship game. The NCAA tournament. Nice. I want to talk about a potentially got dunked on. I don't think he did. A lot. And then, so far, so what was the deepest you made in the incident? Second round. Second round? Yes, we thought someone. Who was on George Shannon. Alonzo mourning the tumble back when they sucked. You had like 14 feet of post guy to scroll. 30 on his and that killed us. Rub those bald heads like crystal balls and take a look into the future. Let's go to the to the east. I call this the blue blood bracket. I mean, if you think about it, you think of teams in this bracket. You've got Kentucky. You've got obviously Purdue. You've got Indiana. You've got UCLA. North Carolina. I mean, this is blue as it gets. And I think this is the toughest bracket. Without a doubt. Just quick overview. Looking at the bracket. Any upsets there? Like I see the 5 11, virgin tech, Texas. I was surprised Texas was a 5. Quite honestly, especially just they struggle so hard to score. What's first impression of the brackets? Well, I look down and of course, we're all looking for upsets in the bracket early. And when I look down and saw that Virginia tech was playing against Texas, Texas as a 5 seed, I don't see them as a 5 C, I see them more as a 7 and part of that is their tremendous defensive team, but they have a tough time scoring The Rock. Virginia tech, that's not an issue for them. I think that's a really bad matchup for Texas and I have Virginia tech advancing in that one. Yeah, I think this is a really difficult bracket. And I like the idea of the blue blood name for it. Baylor has the number one seed because they've got the best body of work. I mean, there were 15 and O when they were healthy. The problem with the body of work there is they don't have the same bodies that created that body of work right now. And without Jonathan Chandler, chat, well, I think that's going to catch up. And LJ cryer, what's his status for the tournament? Is he going to be able to play one? And if he plays, what percentage of LJ cryer are we going to get? So I do think that makes them the most vulnerable number one. I don't think that's news to anybody, but I wouldn't be shocked if Baylor played all the way to the elite 8 or further because they're winning program. I do think it's really interesting. I thought UCLA was under seated as a four. I thought Virginia tech was under seated as an 11. Purdue is still the team that I think I keep waiting for them to be the best team in the country again. I don't know if they will be because I don't know that they guard like they need to to win the whole thing. But man, their offense is really good. And then Kentucky, I just can't imagine Kentucky's going to play like they did against Tennessee and give Tennessee credit for it. But I still think Kentucky may be the class of this entire bracket. Tennessee got up and under Kentucky just took about anything they wanted to do offensively. The game is interesting to me as North Carolina market. Again, two teams that have won national championships, North Carolina, prior to the virgin tech game, all of a sudden I was going wait a second here. They're going to be seated higher than their talent level. I think they have solid talent. I mean, they caught obviously manic stretching the floor. Caleb loved what he's making shots. I love the ball and RJ Davis hands. I think that's just an intriguing game. Marquette Shaka smart getting back to more of his identity of how they're in play and obviously Lewis is a tough match up. We always talk about time. Terrific password. Daryl more cells. He's a winning piece because he guards every possession. Where do you guys see that game? I have marquette advancing in that game, actually. North Carolina has played very well down the stretch, but they don't have depth and I think marquette Scott, some ability to take away the three point shooters. And I think it's going to be an interesting issue for Brady Manning, who's he going to guard. And he's going to have to run around in the perimeter more often, obviously, marquette's going to have to guard him, but he's not a low post player. He's a perimeter big. So I favor marquette kind of in a quote unquote upset there. It's not much of an upset at an 8 9 game. But I don't think winner of that game, I think marquette can get past Baylor, I'm not sure that that North Carolina can. But I think Carolina has done a great job with this team and Hubert Davis and a fantastic job in his first year as coach, but they're not the transition team that they've been. And they don't score it as easy. So you can slow them down a lot easier than you could in the past. Yeah, I actually have North Carolina winning that one in a close one. And part of that is Caleb love. I keep waiting for him to explode. The consistent kind of guy and there's something I feel about him in that game that he'll take the challenge with the guards of marquette and if he can go be efficient 17 to 20 points in that game, then I think North Carolina will win it because bake out is hard to deal with, especially when it was middle ball screens where they roll them down and kind of sets up right in front of the rim. Playing game are first round game. Wyoming Indiana, I've got Indiana wind in that game..

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"ncaa" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Cushion to kind of lean back on. I mean, CP three is averaging 15 points per game, which is below his career average. I think that this one's defense can, you know, keep them afloat or tied first and defensive rating over the last 15 games. And they have the 7th toughest schedule down the stretch, but at the same time you have players like 8 and that have been honestly awesome. And then he's got great backups. Should anything happen to me? It's not like he's going to be overworked or anything like that. But yeah, I mean, I feel like we kind of keep talking about this. It's because we have to, you know, the futures markets and everything. But there's just so many hypotheticals, like you had just mentioned, you know, the warriors might get these player back. AD might come back. Kyrie might be able to play every game in New York. But there's so many hypotheticals, it feels like this season. With big stars, you know? It's going to be intriguing, you know, 24 games remaining until we kick off the postseason. So we'll see how that all develops. Also, side note, Steph Curry to win the MVP at plus 8 50. I don't think these odds are going to stay this high as the season continues, especially I do believe if draymond green comes back, weissman comes back. We saw Steph Curry heading into the all star break at one point in time he was shooting 33% from downtown. His last 5 games prior to heading into the all star break that elevated up to 44%. So he had his slump. He's on the uptick. So I really like especially after what we saw him do last night. I really do like Steph Curry to win the NBA MVP at plus 8 50 right now. All right, let's take a look at what's going on in college basketball because really, unfortunately, like I said, this is one of the slowest days of our calendar sports either. So with that being said, some college hoops is now is the time for people to really start paying attention to what's going on in college basketball, especially if you want to try to win your NCAA March Madness pool. You really want to get a feel for these teams. So with that being said, what are some of the games and what are some of the lines that you're on? Aaron. So kursky I'm looking at Arizona state UCLA. I like the.

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"ncaa" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

06:39 min | 11 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"My top ten current seniors in NCAA women's basketball. This is not an official like draft prediction. Because I'm not going to be including any juniors that could be eligible for the draft as well as overseas players. I am specifically looking at players who are finishing up a senior season and will be eligible for the WNBA draft without having to choose that. So that's what we're looking for today and I'm going to be giving you my top ten. I've been watching a lot of film. I've been watching a lot of games. I've been poring over stats. I've been looking at different team fits and a lot of different things that have kind of helped me come up with where I'm currently at with these rankings. So just so everybody knows, these are pretty fluid. I update these probably every other day. I go through and take different notes. And I may move players around. I currently have a full top 24 written out. I'm not going to go into that because that would just be too much for one episode. Last episode, we broke down heavily my top 5 as it stood back towards the beginning of December, I think, is when I released that last episode. Today, as we're getting a little bit closer, we're here in mid January. We're going to be taking a look at the top ten seniors. So we'll see how this plays out, obviously, with different juniors declaring in other overseas players coming into effect. We will be taking all of that into account when we do our official WNBA mock drafts when those come available. So just so a clarification. If you're wondering where your favorite player is that is overseas or your favorite player is that is a junior and very likely to declare from the drift, they will not be included on this list. There you have it. Several players will be just barely missing this list. Don't stress. If your favorite players, not in the top ten, again, like I said, I literally, I spent probably another hour and a half tonight going through and making sure that I was updated on everything in exactly where I wanted things before I pressed record. So you are getting the you're getting this, you're probably not listening to this until the 15th of January. I believe is when this is going to get released. However, I'm recording this the night of the 13th. I've got a really, really busy Friday and Saturday morning. And so I didn't, I know I'm not going to have time to record that. So there may be some games played. There may be injury, I don't know. You're getting this as of ten, 45 p.m. mountain standard time on Thursday, January 13th. So this is where I stand at that point in time. Before I hop right into my list, I do just want to thank each of you who listened to our show, we're seeing some incredible results as far as, as far as where we've been with our with our downloads with our ranks. We mentioned we recently popped into the top 100 basketball podcast and as far as we've been able to find, we are the only WNBA and women's basketball podcast to be included in that top 100. We also are in the top 1% of all podcasts in the world. And if you had told me that 5 years ago, when we started this idea that eventually a podcast about the WNBA and women's basketball would reach a tough 1% status. That would have been, you know, and that would be our show. That would be pretty hard to believe. So we just are super appreciative of each and every one of you and the support that you show us to support that you show this incredible league and that you show women sports across the board. Everywhere and anywhere across the world. So thank you, thank you, thank you. One way to continue to help us to get more and more results get in front of, I was going to say get in front of our eyes, but really just, I guess, into more ears, would be the more appropriate way to say that is if you happen to be on a. Podcast listening service that allows subscriptions, make sure you hit the subscribe button. If you can like the episode, do that. If you happen to be on Apple podcasts, you know, you're using the podcast app on your iPhone or something like that. Go ahead and drop just a quick 5 star review if you will scroll down, scroll down on our show. You know, just right towards the bottom, click tap to rate, super fast, you know, adds that quick 5 star review, we will be reading out loud, any written 5 star reviews that come through out loud on any of our most recent podcasts. So thank you. Thank you for doing that. We really appreciate it. Let's jump into things. All right, here we go. All right, so last time I recorded this I had Ryan Howard at number one and Alyssa Smith at number two. And I mentioned that they were kind of my top tier that it was really going to come down to those two as far as who I thought would go number one. I think it still is that way. I still put those two players in the top tier. And right now, Ryan Howard is my is still my current number one however the gap that was already not very big. It was a pretty small gap. It's razor thin currently. Because Melissa smith's having some she's playing some fantastic basketball. You know, things are looking really strong for her. Just over her last 6 games. You know, she's averaged 25, 25, 21, 28, 12 and 30 points per game really, really strong showing. She's been in double digit rebounds just about every single game this season. There's only one, two, three, three games, this entire season that she hasn't had double digit rebounds. So now let's just playing fantastic basketball..

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"ncaa" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"All right, welcome in to another episode of the Goodman homo podcast. I'm Jeff Goodman resident Kentucky fan. He is Robbie hummel and he's been out in the golf course, plenty, was source tells me that you're putting socks. That source is accurate. At 40 plus today, 40 bucks. Very Riviera country club will never forgive me for this. 45 never be the same. The course might blow up. It might explode with the horrific funding that I heard that today. At least at least you got a good long game, right? Yeah, I played good otherwise. All right, there you go. You've had enough time to play. I just got to get a whole lot so much easier than putting. Man. All right, well, we've got some news this week. And you know, next week, the season starts and usually when we get closer, we start to get some news with some suspensions, things of that nature. Today, and we're recording this on what is today Wednesday. There was huge news that Oklahoma state, which had been hit with a one year postseason ban, and then they appealed it so that last year they didn't have to serve it and cade Cunningham the eventual number one pick was allowed to play in the NCAA tournament as were Mike boynton's cowboys. But today, the NCAA said, we are sticking with our original decision. And now we're going to hit you with that postseason band this year. And we're 6 days before the start of this is Iraq. They met with the NCAA with the committee back in February my point and told me earlier today. And they didn't have this decision till now. Like, you couldn't have done this at least, and we'll get to the decision itself in a minute. But my almost my bigger problem is, you couldn't have done this in July or June or even before these kids made their decisions to either transfer to Oklahoma state or whatnot, you know, now they can't go anywhere. And even if they can they're not eligible to play anywhere else. So they're stunt pretty much in stillwater where they can not play in the NCAA tournament. It's complete bullshit. I mean, the whole thing is complete bullshit to me at this point. I can't even remember what they did wrong. I Googled it when we I did Google what the problem or what the actual violation was. So I went there. Yeah, it was 300 bucks that Lamont Evans, I guess gave to a current player or something. Honestly, I don't know if I care anymore rob. I don't know if I care with any of these programs anymore. And I just want it all done and I think part of it is we got kids now able to make money through at IL. So I think that's changed. We'll get to that later. We'll get to that in a little bit. Exactly. Jesus, like, ban a week for the NCAA. Yeah, and again, it's like and so I get it. The rules are rules, but here's what I don't understand. And these are similar instances, okay?.

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"ncaa" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"These women change is wrong. man. John thanks appreciate the call i like. I said opinions are going to be strong about this and we constantly have to keep is we should the victims in mind even with the decision and the people out there that the closures never going to be there for the victims. It just isn't it was wrong in the ncaa continues to make at least leave it questionable for people to wonder why they exist. The nc two a that is they are going away very helpful. Sports talk seven ninety hour number. Four next.

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"ncaa" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on ICYMI

"Like a human being and not a policy walk. So if you haven't heard the ncaa passed an interim and i l bill which is allowing student athletes to make money off her name image likeness so previously student athletes could make money off of their brand. We couldn't sell merch. We couldn't get endorsement deals. We couldn't charge for autographs or pictures but this bill allows for all of that. So that means when you buy your favorite college. I t shirt. That money's going directly to your college athlete now. This posting controversy but coming from his student athlete side. This is huge for us. Athletes that are large creators. Haven't been able to make a sent off of their platforms like other large players. Do there was a piece in buzzfeed. Last year from tania. Chen that i revisited upon this announcement And tony called student athletes quote unquote the original college influencers. Which i think is the perfect way to think about this ecosystem. Sports are a huge draw for schools. I know that sounds obvious but in terms of campus culture reputation who wants to attend a school with both of those things that are bigger sports teams more talented more famous. Let's be honest. Probably hot players like all of this is good for a schools bottom line because it gets you and me to go even though you and i are never going to do one basketball. Yeah it gets me to go. It gets people to go to the games which is really where the money comes in it gets alumni to donate. Graham's got up the t shirts but again alumni donations to specific sports programs are one of the biggest moneymakers for schools. But what does it do for individual athletes. Quite literally nothing. This is such a weird controversy in the realm of college sports. So many people have opinions that college athletes don't deserve to be paid. I don't understand that kind of thinking at all and from a point of football and basketball honest with the main draws and a lot of the programs don't turn a profit and so it does mean that student athletes who play for a. The one football team would be making more money than their colleagues who are rowing. Or we're good people. I'm not saying you're not. But i do understand that concern but the ncwa rules. Which is i think. Kind of put under this rule of amateurism then these players are amateurs and therefore should not be allowed to profit off of their likeness makes no sense when you think about the fact that the nc profits prophets are largely driven off the bat of black players. Who do you get better facilities than their female lesser known student athlete colleagues but who are making millions billions of dollars for universities but who are quite literally not allowed to make money or take any money and a lot of these kids are coming from lower incomes who can't profit off of the very thing that is making money for the university that they're at brand new or writing for the undefeated honestly described as dynamic slave labor and their stories of student athletes. Who can't even afford to buy groceries at two thousand nineteen study found that nearly one quarter a division one student athletes had suffered recent food insecurity which is a phenomenon that one hundred percent going to be exasperated by the pandemic when students weren't on campus but the terrible thing is students can quite literally risk their eligibility by accepting money for food. So if you are a student who can afford groceries. Are you going to take a job beyond the team. Andrew your classes. It's kind of impossible for walk on students. Who don't get scholarships free and for some student athletes that's true but for many that is not the case for example. If you're a walk on player so that's somebody who isn't recruited out of high school. You get you get to college and you addition high. I'll be performing the monologue. What is kurt saying. I'll be auditioning for the role of kicker You get to college and you try out and if you make the team you walk onto it which means you probably don't get a scholarship most To play that's where it which means you're still on the hook for your college tuition. Here's a talk from john seton. Who's a football player at ilan university. Who did walk onto his team and he talks a little bit about that. And the fact that i would lose my eligibility to play my sport if i made so much as a dollar off of personal brand is ridiculous. This legislation needs to pass for those of us who are not in the spotlight so we can ease the burden on those around us who have to pay the tuition fees. And you might say oh. College athletes have free school. Whatever screw them they get enough some of us trying to work make his dollar along the plan sporting going to school brown and credible be imagine going into debt for a school. That is making millions of dollars off your likeness. See even if you do get a scholarship mos- college tuition fees for undergrad. I'm gonna say max out around ninety two year if you're there for four years you were that is like a substantial amount of money it is just under half a million dollars that is perhaps three seconds of one. Ncwa final tournament at spot like the proportions are off here. So many people are like you can education for free education for free and they definitely are not bringing in billions of dollars in university. Like candlelight got scholarships. I didn't bring shit to my school all right. I was not making the amount of money that the ball players and basketball. No one paid money to come see me do anything but you can make a podcast. I mean yeah but no one sitting here paying for this. Subscribe to say plus like it's it's wild to me that so many people find it controversial. That student athletes should be able to make money off of their face. Y own their face like. That's what's happening here. They're owning their bodies. Sounds a little. Yeah own weird to me. there's so much nuance also buried in this idea. We were just talking about about college. Athletes getting to college for free even within like division ones. There's something called headcount sport here. Here's where i slide in for a brief moment. I thought i was gonna walk onto a college sports team. there's only a headcount sport and then there's something called and equivalency sport and headcount sports are teams where there's a set number of team members you have to recruit every year on everyone of those people will get a scholarship equivalency sports. The school has a pot of money. It can allocate to a number of different people on different teams. So it's not necessarily a guarantee that you will get a full ride scholarship so again. There's just a lot buried beneath this facade of student. Athletes have it easy all the glamour all the glory all the knob being able to buy groceries or afford food so the thing is what's at stake here with this. Recent change to ncwa rules obviously money. But.

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"ncaa" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on ICYMI

"Like a human being and not a policy walk. So if you haven't heard the ncaa passed an interim and i l bill which is allowing student athletes to make money off her name image likeness so previously student athletes could make money off of their brand. We couldn't sell merch. We couldn't get endorsement deals. We couldn't charge for autographs or pictures but this bill allows for all of that. So that means when you buy your favorite college. I t shirt. That money's going directly remember college athlete now. This posting controversy but coming from the student athlete side. This is huge for us. Athletes that are large creators. Haven't been able to make a sent off of their platforms like other large players. Do there was a piece in buzzfeed. Last year from tania. Chen that i revisited upon this announcement And tony called student athletes quote unquote the original influencers. Which i think is the perfect way to think about this ecosystem. Sports are a huge draw for schools. I know that sounds obvious but in terms of campus culture reputation who wants to attend a school with both of those things that are bigger sports teams more talented more famous. Let's be honest. Probably hot players like all of this is good for a schools bottom line because it gets you and me to go even though. You're never gonna do one basketball. Yeah it gets me to go. It gets people to go to the games which is really where the money comes in it gets alumni to donate. Graham's got up the t shirts but again alumni donations to specific sports programs are one of the biggest moneymakers for schools. But what does it do for individual athletes. Quite literally nothing. This is such a weird controversy in the realm of college sports. So many people have opinions that college athletes don't deserve to be paid. I don't understand that kind of thinking at all and from a point of football and basketball honest with the main draws and a lot of the programs don't turn a profit and so it does mean that student athletes who play for a. The one football team would be making more money than their colleagues who are rowing. Or we're good people. I'm not saying you're not. But i do understand that concern but the ncwa rules. Which is i think. Kind of put under this rule of amateurism then these players are amateurs and therefore should not be allowed to profit off of their likeness makes no sense when you think about the fact that the as profits are largely driven off the bat of black players. Who do you get better facilities than their female lesser known student athlete colleagues but who are making millions billions of dollars for universities but who are quite literally not allowed to make money or take any money and a lot of these kids are coming from lower incomes who can't profit off of the very thing that is making money for the university that they're at brand new or writing for the undefeated honestly described as dynamic as slave labor and their stories of student athletes. Who can't even afford to buy groceries at two thousand nineteen study found that nearly one quarter a division one student athletes had suffered recent food insecurity which is a phenomenon that one hundred percent going to be exasperated by the pandemic when students weren't on campus but the terrible thing is students can quite literally risk their eligibility by accepting money for food. So if you are a student who can afford groceries. Are you going to take a job beyond the team. Andrew your classes. It's kind of impossible for walk on students. Who don't get scholarships free and for some student athletes that's true but for many that is not the case for example. If you're a walk on player so that's somebody who isn't recruited out of high school. You get you get to college and you addition high. I'll be performing the monologue. What is kurt saying. I'll be auditioning for the role of kicker You get to college and you try out and if you make the team you walk onto it which means you probably don't get a scholarship most To play that's where it which means you're still on the hook for your college tuition. Here's a talk from john seton. Who's a football player at ilan university. Who did walk onto his team and he talks a little bit about that. And the fact that i would lose my eligibility to play sport if i made so much as a dollar off of personal brand is ridiculous. This legislation needs to pass for those of us who are not in the spotlight so we can ease the burden on those around us who have to pay the tuition fees. And you might say oh. College athletes have free school. Whatever screw them they get enough some of us trying to work make his dollar along the plan sporting going to school brown and credible be imagine going into debt for a school. That is making millions of dollars off your likeness. See even if you do get a scholarship mos- college tuition fees for undergrad. I'm gonna say max out around ninety two year if you're there for four years you were that is like a substantial amount of money it is just under half a million dollars that is perhaps three seconds of one. Ncwa final tournament at spot like the proportions are off here so many people are like education for free. A lot of people get an education for free and they definitely are not bringing in billions of dollars in university. Like candlelight got scholarships. I didn't bring shit to my school. all right. i was not making the amount of money that the ball players and basketball. No one paid money to come see me do anything but you can make a podcast. I mean yeah but no one sitting here paying for this. Subscribe to say plus like it's it's wild to me that so many people find it controversial. That student athletes should be able to make money off of their face. Why would the school on their face like. That's what's happening here. They're owning their bodies. Sounds a little. Yeah own weird me. There's so much nuance also buried in this idea. We were just talking about about college. Athletes getting to college for free even within like division ones. There's something called headcount sport here. Here's where i slide in for a brief moment. I thought i was gonna walk onto a college sports team. there's something called a headcount sport and then there's something called an equivalency sport in headcount sports teams where there's a set number of team members you have to recruit every year on everyone of those people will get a scholarship equivalency sports. The school has a pot of money. It can allocate to a number of different people on different teams. So it's not necessarily a guarantee that you will get a full ride scholarship so again. There's just a lot buried beneath this facade of student. Athletes have it easy all the glamour all the glory all the knob being able to buy groceries or afford food so the thing is what's at stake here with this. Recent change to.

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"ncaa" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Got re released a couple of decades. You know what i'm saying. So like i'm happy for the current collegiate. Athlete is going to get a chance to monetize. Offer their talents. And lastly for those. That don't know. Would you accept the scholarship. That means you cannot have a job so even if i wanted to be a student athlete and have a job because i'm a scholarship athlete. I'm not allowed to do so. I've sat chrysler arena jacoby as a season ticket holder and as an alone and i let it go because wardi manual and my wealth. Wolverines gave my brother. John howard to get and i made sure i was going to let go of anything that had to do something negative about any feelings toward the pfaff the ncaa when he got the job for me that that that that i thought that was going to be the top of the mountain top. I didn't know that this day would come like jacoby. How many times have you see my name or my character be assassinated based on the fact that people call me a cheat. I've been caught a cheat but thirty years just like so not one year not three years. Thirteen years thirty years. I know. I'll look like i played thirty years ago but i did. And so the pfaff five definitely should have their recognition happened. A collegiate basketball deficient deserves to be in the basketball hall of fame shall to all of the people in collegiate sports is going to get a chance to profit off of their name image and likeness. Absolutely jalen anthony rose hawaii. Leonard could out of his contract. Could he stay with the clippers. Or would he move onto another team. We will break that down and much more when we return. You're watching.

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"ncaa" Discussed on This Old Marketing

This Old Marketing

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on This Old Marketing

"Picks are going to be rich right. You know you're gonna that's their that's their business now. Well the interesting thing will be to see where how this starts to affect the draft when you've got players who can now capitalize on their success as a player in ncaa and where the money might not be now. The driving thing and and and the interest in a particular team and the team's interest in a particular player may be driven a little bit different by economics in other words. If you've got a number fifteen or sixteen draft prospect. Let's just say just as an example. But they've been killing it in the sort of in the market for you know content or winter you know whatever it is does that up their draft capital with its yes in other words and the absolutely it does right. I mean if you start to get marquee player. Who's driving media dollars and driving audiences in a very similar way and this has happened here in hollywood to a to a large degree where casting decisions and i know this for a fact because many of my friends here in la have told me this directly casting decisions. These days are in many ways. Just about how many followers you have as it is to your performance in the audition so if a new show can cast someone and the choices between two actors who won has you know okay and to is the okay performances but one has a two million followers in the other has zero. Guess who's getting cast and that same idea is going to start to take place in sports as well and so it's just going to be very very interesting to see this because it just adds a new wrinkle to competition i in good and bad ways and i think there are you know i just. I hope that people take this with the you know the both of those things in mind so anyway. It's a cautionary tale waiting to happen. You're right..

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"ncaa" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"All right now please do welcome in none. Other than the NCAA staying gavat and David warlock for the Goodman and Hubbell pod. Unfortunately, Robbie Hummel has chosen guys to go suck chiropractor over you guys. I hope I hope that's not too much of a hit on your ego..

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"ncaa" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"All right now please do welcome in none. Other than the NCAA staying gavat and David warlock for the Goodman and Hubbell pod. Unfortunately, Robbie Hummel has chosen guys to go suck chiropractor over you guys. I hope I hope that's not too much of a hit on your ego..

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