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Fresh update on "ncaa" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:05 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ncaa" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Thoroughly enjoyed the coverage that you allowed and the publicity for the march madness and It was it just helped to build the momentum ford and also. I just want to compliment really the ncaa because they did a fantastic job with all the logistics and you know getting those people there and And then the teams and the coaches and players catherine. I agree I this in the fall. I could not imagine keeping everyone in indianapolis for three weeks but they did pull it off and it was quite good. They had to just be going. Stir crazy sometimes but it. It really was phenomenal. I do think that because the powerhouses were not there. I'd said that before with kentucky and you know. North carolina duke and michigan state. But you know. I saw some teams. I've never seen coaches but and you really a big part and helping us to just keep the excitement going. Well it's it's a it's a secret tried to keep from literally everyone that i'm a huge college basketball and everyone when i say that laughs at me but i grew up college basketball fan before i was a college football fan. So there's nothing. I mean we. I've heard people say this about every week of the year whether it's masters week or the nc double a. tournament. The answer is as unique that of anything in the world of sports. Well it.

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Talking Customer Experience With Daniel Ord

The CX Central Podcast

02:44 min | 4 d ago

Talking Customer Experience With Daniel Ord

"Get everyone. Thanks for joining me. On the central podcast. My name is justin tip now as you know. Get to talk to some fantastic people across the world but one of the regular people that i talked to who is on the show. A lot is because we have some fantastic conversations in this guy. He knows much everything that needs to be nine about contacts in his. Ncaa is of course the wonderful. Mr daniel welcome daniel. Nice to see you again. I ride we talk a lot but not always at so. It's great to have you back on the on the show. So if you're listening on the podcast thanks for tuning into the six podcast. Of course this is also available as a video now. So you'll find on youtube channel and sake central or anywhere on the central website as well daniel tonight. We're going to talk about one of the topics that we've touched on in the past and it's something that we run courses on and that he's all about customer experience off now we have been running a course for awhile now. It's out fundamentals program. It's a four day course effectively and it helps people prepare for the x. Pay certification if they wanted to that or if they just want to learn more about See in general but we've also got a new course coming out at six because we realized that ford is is a big commitment for a lot of people. Don't need all that stuff. So i'm going to throw to you because what we wanna do and share it on this podcast. All the learnings way we're seeing and hearing in cx. And i want to start digging into those courses. Because by running the courses we get grinding sought right. So what are your what you think. Some of the biggest linings ghat. Maybe that what surprised you or maybe it didn't surprise you at of running all these courses over the last twelve months also. It's it's a great question. Just i think you kind of answered it when you said that stuff because i think when people forget about. Cx may not know about cx. It's really a collection of discipline. Since a collection of sets of expertise. And the way i think of it is an intimate. Like a circus tat. So if you went into an old fashioned circus over here you'd see the lion tamer the reigning over here. You'd see the clouds riding around. Maybe over here a fortune teller telling fortunes and then you have all the different auditees and people with different talents. And i think at that. Big circus tennessee assets and then under the big top. You have all these different specialties. So you got. I mean voice of customer alone is a significant requires a significant said know how. Nps for example. If you're nps purpose person analytics the culture employee relations all this

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NCAA tournament helps Indianapolis' hospitality industry

Hammer and Nigel

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

NCAA tournament helps Indianapolis' hospitality industry

"I'm Alex Brown. Despite the hand, the pandemic has dealt Indiana's $5 billion hospitality industry. March Madness served is the perfect recipe for hotel. Was and restaurants to regain at least some of their footing. Katie Harris, owner of Io, Zoe's Garden of Italy and downtown Indianapolis, says operating the restaurant during the pandemic has been more difficult than when it opened in 2009 coming out of the great recession, but the tournament has provided a boost. Marches warmly, a lower time of the year. Our sales revenue about three weeks of the tournament has been going on. We're up about 25, a half percent over 2019 sales. She says. The tournament along with more people getting vaccinated continues to show

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Arizona parts ways with Sean Miller amid NCAA investigation

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

Arizona parts ways with Sean Miller amid NCAA investigation

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Arizona parts ways with basketball coach Sean Miller the university of Arizona announced Wednesday Sean Miller will not return as men's basketball coach next season Miller spent twelve years in Tucson guiding the Wildcats to five pac twelve regular season titles three pac twelve tournament titles and reaching the NCAA tournament's elite eight three times but a twenty seventeen F. B. I. investigation into shady recruiting practices at several top college basketball programs included Arizona Arizona issued a self imposed a postseason ban this year associate head coach Jack Murphy will serve as the Wildcats interim head coach hi Mike Rossi up

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"ncaa" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

Deep Background with Noah Feldman

05:55 min | 5 d ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

"Speaking to professor at he komo. I was deeply struck by the illogical structure of the way college. Athletics works in the united states on the one hand. You have a principle of amateurism going all the way back to nineteenth century britain may be unrealistic even then but at least based on the idea that no one should be profiting off sport not the university's not the sneaker companies not the television channels just pure amateurism. Yet in america we've combined that old idea of amateurism with a totally capitalist system in which there's tons of money in the system money that goes universities money that goes to coaches money that goes to sponsors and ultimately of course money that goes to television stations. All of this taken together amounts to assist him of what. Eddy calls athletic. Capitalism in which the interests of the players come last in which the principle of amateurism is imposed on them whether they want it or not indeed in this system amateurs and becomes a selling point itself. Which is if you think about it. Sort of the very contradiction of the idea of amateurism. It's a professionalized amateurism and it does not necessarily serve student interests simultaneously. Eddie points out even many of the improvements that have been in facilitating good education for college. Athletes like tutoring opportunities. Chances to work with study. Groups are in practice not able to be taken advantage of by student athletes because they're subjected to a system in which the coaches word is final and performance is above all and of course student's capacity to remain on athletic. Scholarship depends entirely on the will of the coach. Eddie to think that in many many instances athletes especially athletes of color are being treated as mere bodies. People who are disposable and whose interests are not treated as primary not even a secondary but come last in the consideration of how things work in the system. He made the point. That should not be seen as a coincidence. In this context the nearly fifty percent of those who play big ticket college sports are african american. How can this whole system change. Doctor coma raises a range of possibilities. They include greater unionisation. They include supreme court potentially limiting antitrust protection for the ncaa and the colleges include a deeper and fuller reimagining. The doctor komo is suggesting one that hints at change in the way we see the system so that the athlete is treated as a human being and as a student i ultimately the goal is it structures of money and power. Do not leave out the athletes. It's clear we're dealing with a phenomenon that produces lots of good in the form of entertainment engagement university loyalty but it also produces a substantial amount of inequity and unfairness at the same time ultimately. Dr como isn't urging us to stop watching college athletics. He's saying we need to think hard. And deep about how to reimagine and rethink a system of power that doesn't necessarily serve the interests of the human beings who providing us with the entertainment in the first place. Until the next time i speak to you be careful. Be safe and be well and one more note as i speak to you. More and more of our listeners are getting the chance finally to be vaccinated. I'm looking forward to a time. When all of our listeners will have that chance and we'll be vaccinated if they choose and when that happens maybe i'll be able to stop signing off by telling you to be careful and to be safe then i can just wish you the chance to go out. Have some fun and be well into the bargain. Deep background is brought to you by pushkin industries. Our producer is mo- laborde our engineers martine. Gonzales are showrunner. Is sophie crane mckibben editorial support from noam osmond theme music by louis. Skara at pushkin. Thanks to me labelle. Julia barton. Leo jean cot heather fain carleen being the maggie taylor eric. Sander jacob weisberg. You can find me on twitter. At noah feldman i also wrote a column for bloomberg opinion which you can find at bloomberg dot com slash feldman to discover bloomberg's original slate of podcasts. Go to bloomberg dot com slash podcasts. And if you liked what you heard today please write a review portela friend. This is background. Wanna hear something. Amazing discover matches all the cash back. You weren't on your credit card at the end of your first year automatically with no limit on how much you can earn. How amazing is that. 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"ncaa" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

Deep Background with Noah Feldman

03:44 min | 5 d ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

"About reimagining a different model is less. Burn it all down. Let's burn it all down. Let's take away the commercial component of it and simply allow this to be an avocation where you have the opportunity to play professionally. But right now the lines are blurred. There is no clear line of demarcation. If you're making billions of dollars in this enterprise off the backs of these athletes. There's nothing fair about that model. There's nothing fair about that and then to add on that well they're getting an education again. It goes back to the outcomes. The numbers about graduation rates. There's nothing quality about the education that many particularly these athletes in the revenue generating sports. So so we can have that conversation about whether or not we want to continue the provide band aids to the current model in toronto sort of tinker with the edges. Or if we want to sort of disrupted in its entirety. Move onto something else any. I wonder if we could close by my just asking you about your own personal path from college athlete to professor at uc riverside. How did it all work out in your personal experience and does your personal experience influence your academic worker or thinking in your field at all with. Thanks for asking that question. It was always a given that. I was going to go on to college. You know i was. I was fortunate to have a great support system. My dad was a Southern university hugh was a pitcher and football player in pretty good athlete. A pretty good student. I had the twice Of a number of colleges to play baseball and also to play basketball. But i chose baseball. Donald is better than i had. Many more offers i chose to go to cal berkeley Arguably one of the best public schools in the world so it was an easy decision for me. Plus i got a chance to to actually start my freshman year. We ended up going to the college world series. But you know and then you know three years later. I was drafted played in the texas rangers. Organization had a small stick with them in a blowing up my killys tendon had to figure out my next approach that i wanted to take in life and i thought hey you know. Can i stay in sport as an athletic director. I thought about that but i know perhaps a probing thicker and when on to get a terminal degree at ucla. But i thought about how i can make my difference. At impact does Aspiring leaders those current leaders sought think about the interplay of education a sport but book but more more more. Generally i think about race minority students who have been well served by their colleges and universities at how that i can help to empower them. Support them in ways that that would create a better today tomorrow and just trying to resist the current structure. So it's been a hell of a ride of enjoyed what i've been doing and i'm just getting started. I have my new center. A center for athletes rights wellbeing. Here we're trying to do a lot of import work on the ground whether it's organized but we're also trying to do a lot of research to kind of document the inequities that exist figure out an equitable path forward. So it's been great. No i think your work is just so important for getting clarity on something that we all love college athletics but that we need to understand more deeply and be more critical about in order to work towards re real improvements So thank you for the conversation and thank you for your fascinating work and for your continuing activism and this really really important area. Thanks for.

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"ncaa" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

Deep Background with Noah Feldman

07:18 min | 5 d ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

"He's the founder and executive director of the center for athletes rights and equity before earning his phd. He played baseball at the university of california berkeley. He was drafted by the texas rangers and played minor league baseball in their system. All in all a fascinating background and just the perfect background to offer. An informed insider critical scholarly view of the way the system works. Eddie thank you so much for being here with us. I want to start with the big picture question that i've never understood the answer to and which reflects one of the themes that we're focusing on deep background this year which is the theme of power. How do the nc aa get all the power that it has to set the rules for college athletics across the board. That is a million dollar question that if you just look back to the history of the ncaa it relied on amateurism principles that were adopted by the nineteenth century british model that we play sport a simply as an avocation as a hobby. The minute that we begin to pay athletes for their labor. It may lead to unscrupulous behaviors. And so when they adopted these nineteenth century british model. They had a rulemaking in place. That simply said that you're just gonna play as a hobby. We are student athletes. That are simply here to play to get exercise to enjoy for just the purity of it but but unfortunately when you think about the structural arrangement of college athletics over time it became increasingly commercialized. Right and those who were engaged in the rulemaking process where the ones who benefited quite handsomely. From that enterprise and that s continued on today in terms of who makes up this model in who actually makes the rulemaking here and that you know is part of the reason why we see this power playing out is that you know they have so much power in terms of rulemaking policies that play out which in my view are barometer for whether or not we're inclusive you're already opening my mind a lot. Start with his nineteenth century british. Amateurism what i hear you saying. Is that when you add to that actual money made by the colleges and made by the ncaa there's a total contradiction between the idea of amateurism and the de facto professionalism. Where money is is made. Am i hearing you right. That's absolutely correct. And so what we see happening is that we amateur is the athlete but we commercialize the product right so herein lies the contradiction as well. When we think about how we're defining amateurs right we don't want the blur the lines of amateurism and the professional trappings. We want to ensure that there's a clear line of demarcation that that is that is fundamental to the ncaa member institutions position. We want a clear line. We don't want to blur those lines. But the minute you start to commercialize that enterprise. You know we start to get into the weeds. We start to see how you have football coaches that make upwards of ten million dollars. The average basketball coach might make three million dollars. Here it other externalities such just sponsorships. That are also have their hands in the cookie jar all on the backs of these college athletes right particularly in the revenue generating for some football ms basketball and then also as you think about the evolution of amateurism you know. We started out where athletes weren't being compensated at all right for Their their their educational pursuit but it was in nineteen fifty six that the ncaa decided that we're going to allow four. Year guaranteed scholarships to athletes. And this was at a time where they were trying to pick sort of curb. The unscrupulous behaviour that was playing out. Many boosters and alum were trying to Channel and push athletes toward their school by offering them money under the table right so they felt like they can curb that by offering the four year guarantee. But if you fast forward to nineteen seventy-three they went to a one. Year renewable scholarships right. And how do you justify going from four years to one year right so many you know who are a critic of the ncaa would say well you know. They defy amateurism. Whatever way they whatever's in their own self interest right but this one year renewable scholarship then says that you know. The coach can non renew your scholarship for any reason why you can have a four point. Oh gpa and just because the coast doesn't like your politics or does it like the way you perform on the field you know you can lose their scholarship. So what justifies. The change over time in scholarships when if the goal is to support athletes so that they can matriculate graduate in have some sort of support as they go through their program of study. Explain to me. Why the ncwa as a kind of like collective entity hasn't been broken by individual actors. Let's say colleges who would say we can make more money and change the situation by going out on our own you know. One of the league's are the big ten or you name. It would say well we think we can make more money by breaking away from the ncaa doing it. Our own way keeping television revenue and paying players you. That's a good question. And i'm just gonna try to be as pragmatic as possible when you think about college. Sports a source of entertainment. An opportunity to bring folks together for common goal of perhaps. The win win a national championship. You see a lot of stakeholders that enjoy this entertainment. And they understand the beauty of that and so then to push up against something that has a history of bringing folks together whether you have lawmakers legislators who are also could potentially be pushing back on a model that that you know. Many would argue inequitable. I think the fact that there's a source of entertainment it's been part of our history and legacy that that is hard to disrupt it the other piece which i think is probably more compelling argument to make here is that college athletes are very vulnerable right. They don't have collective bargaining they don't have the leverage to really push back on a system that many would argue are not in their best interest we saw in two thousand fourteen at northwestern university where kain colter of the quarterback at the time tried to push to get athletes to be able to bargain collectively. But that didn't play.

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"ncaa" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

Deep Background with Noah Feldman

02:42 min | 5 d ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

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Butler Boosts the Baylor Bears To Beat the Houston Rockets

Game Theory Podcast

01:23 min | 6 d ago

Butler Boosts the Baylor Bears To Beat the Houston Rockets

"Were your thoughts on Thursday our Houston before we move into the big one that before the bad guy. I think that Davion Mitchell is such an annoying Defender. I mean that and the highest respect regard he he just forced his players into badge. Even when they make it and one of the announcement a game in that the first Final Four game said don't take it personally and it's so true. He had backpacks were steals. He reached in his slit its feet and cut his manage charges flops. You don't know what you're really going to get out of those guys offensively one of these players that Jean gerow was writing some hot streak for Houston into the tournament back to spike the score a little bit and then you look at the box score. He's three for 10 with six points and five turnovers. Those are the type of games that they be on Mitchell can force you into having agreed with you how good he was was offensively zero turnovers against a team in Houston that wants to speed you up and make bad decisions is semi incredible and the game really was over by halftime and it was just how much can this deficit be cut into and there is no looking back. Jerry Butler was great 17.6 of nine shooting for free from 3 a guy that just never seems really sped up even wage. Trapped he was under control. He was composed and without Marcus after having 17 points in the first half that game could have been way worse, which is crazy to say.

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Underrated Baylor Wins NCAA Title

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

01:06 min | 6 d ago

Underrated Baylor Wins NCAA Title

"We're talking gonzaga. The aftermath we talked about baylor and baylor being underrated. Quite frankly if you look at baylor and take out the games after their covert pause and he's are games that were played from february twenty four to march eighteenth they were two and six against the spread and the other games eighteen and four baylor against the spread. In fact you dug into those games. It's even more impressive. Eighteen and four against spread and also in those twenty two games yet. Twenty two straight up in those game. I think that means zero percent losses. Right yes and not even not one game that they had any reasonable chance to lose. What every one of the games by eight points or more. These include winds not just in the ncaa tournament but they beat illinois. Whose when you keep saying they baylor maybe mentioned the team in k. or beat illinois early in the year by eight or more they mean day. Yes okay go ahead. They bears and so just alter impressive to win every single game. Baylor by eight plus points

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Baylor Bears Are NCAA Champs

ESPN Daily

01:26 min | 6 d ago

Baylor Bears Are NCAA Champs

"Myron joe. It is one fifty three a. m. eastern time. Where are you right now. I'm in like this abandoned clubhouse thing lucas oil stadium. Like i don't even know if i'm supposed to be here. Myron medcalf covers college basketball for espn and this was his eleventh nc double championship game but it was the one semi quiet place. I could find. I was told by thirty minutes ago that i had like fifteen minutes that all of us kind of had to clear out but hopefully they don't kick me out so you are hidden away in a corner of this football stadium that housed this absurd tournament. And look you've been to. I think ten of these championships before this one. You're not impressed very easily. How would you describe what you saw out on that court tonight. I just think from the start to the finish. It was just a very dominant performance in to me. The only thing. I can think of being boxing fan i am. It's sort of like watching mike. Tyson lose the buster douglas. Now baylor is in buster douglas. But just the sight of someone that he thought was maybe invincible. Losing because gonzaga never had a chance. Taylor was better everywhere. It was clear in the first couple of minutes that unless gonzaga had a miracle. They weren't going to be able to beat this baylor team so it was just stunning to see gonzaga. Not just lose but get dominated like

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Baylor Men’s Basketball bringing home trophy to Texas

Kilmeade & Friends

00:24 sec | 6 d ago

Baylor Men’s Basketball bringing home trophy to Texas

"For the Baylor men's basketball team. They're bringing home to Texas and NC double a trophy. They dominated the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Jim Nance with the call on CBS. Complete college basketball's greatest rebound and rebuild with a championship. Final score. Baylor 86 Gonzaga 70.

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Baylor Takes NCAA Men's Tournament Title With Win Over Gonzaga

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

Baylor Takes NCAA Men's Tournament Title With Win Over Gonzaga

"While while while the title game of the two thousand twenty one ncaa tournament. It was played monday night inside. Lucas oil stadium downtown indianapolis. It was a beatdown. I can't imagine many people coming final score. Baylor eighty six gonzaga seventy total domination from start to finish baylor opened on a nine zero run lead by double digits barely. Four minutes in led by twenty with a little more than ten minutes to go. Gonzaga never got closer the nine points in the second half. It was a blowout in every possible way. So scott drew's bears. Are the two thousand twenty one. National champion shouts to bill. Henderson shells to jared butler's family. Just terry

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Baylor routs Gonzaga to win its first NCAA men's basketball title

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | Last week

Baylor routs Gonzaga to win its first NCAA men's basketball title

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Where does Gonzaga-UCLA rank among greatest college games?

ESPN Daily

01:52 min | Last week

Where does Gonzaga-UCLA rank among greatest college games?

"What time did you get to bed on saturday night. Three thirty three. I was done working at like one thirty. I just i. I watched the jalen sug shot fifty times. I just i couldn't get over it and i woke up this morning. Still kind of buzzing about it jeff. Porcello is a college basketball insider for espn and he's been covering the tournament from indianapolis us a prisoner of the moment. Jeff that's the phrase that gets thrown around but there are not many moments in sports history like what happened with gonzaga in the final four. You were there just broad historical analysis year. What did we witness. I mean it was the best game i've ever seen in person or on tv and it wasn't a game where the ending masked a you know sloppy but close game. This was just just unbelievable. Basketball for forty. Five minutes. Both teams making shots. No team led by more than seven points the the tension and the butterflies ahead throughout the game. It was just unlike anything. I've witnessed the shot at the end. Just just kind of cap it all off just mentioned that that shot by suggs. Walk us through it from your perspective. What you're seeing. I knew we were good because there was in jalen hands. He's got that magical or he just. He makes them in practice all the time. It's been craziest. Your many's maiden practice where last second shot so. I felt pretty good staring right at it and i was like that's in so it was. It was the best game you know in my you know since i started covering the sport and people compare it to the nineteen ninety-two duke kentucky game. I did not see that. In person. And i was six years old five years old but i i can't imagine there are too many games in the history of the sport. There were better than this.

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Stanford holds off Arizona 54-53 to win women's NCAA title

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Stanford holds off Arizona 54-53 to win women's NCAA title

"Haley Haley Jones Jones scored scored seventeen seventeen points points as as the the cardinal cardinal held held off off pac pac twelve twelve rival rival Arizona Arizona fifty fifty four four fifty fifty three three Stanford Stanford built built a a nine nine point point lead lead in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter before before Arizona Arizona cut cut it it to to fifty fifty one one fifty fifty OnStar OnStar guard guard Arie Arie McDonald's McDonald's three three pointer pointer following following the the time time out out Jones Jones instead instead with with a a three three point point play play with with two two twenty twenty four four left left to to close close the the cardinals cardinals scoring scoring you you to to really really be be here here right right now now I I don't don't think think it's it's still still honestly honestly even even hit hit me me a a even even standing standing up up but but nothing nothing of of any any issues issues I'm I'm still still waiting waiting for for it it to to really really kick kick in in but but Donald Donald had had a a game game high high twenty twenty two two points points for for the the Wildcats Wildcats who who were were trying trying to to become become the the fourth fourth team team to to win win the the title title game game after after trailing trailing by by double double digits digits the the cardinal cardinal we're we're national national champions champions for for the the third third time time and and first first in in twenty twenty nine nine years years I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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University of Houston loses to Baylor in Final Four

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:25 sec | Last week

University of Houston loses to Baylor in Final Four

"Stellar basketball season came to an end. They played all the way to the NC Double eight semifinals. Baylor Bears, though finally one they beat him. 78 59, their head coach was honored is the best in college basketball and coach Kelvin Sampson was named recipient of the John McLemore Award finals will be played Monday, with the Bears playing the winner between Gonzaga and U. C. L. A, and the

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Bearing down: Baylor routs Houston 78-59 to reach title game

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Bearing down: Baylor routs Houston 78-59 to reach title game

"Top top seeded seeded Baylor Baylor built built up up a a twenty twenty five five point point halftime halftime lead lead and and cruised cruised to to a a seventy seventy eight eight fifty fifty nine nine win win over over Houston Houston the the bears bears are are going going to to the the NCAA NCAA championship championship game game for for the the first first time time since since nineteen nineteen forty forty eight eight Baylor Baylor had had five five players players in in double double figures figures led led by by Jared Jared Butler Butler was was seventeen seventeen I'm I'm a a shooter shooter sometimes sometimes the the ball ball goes goes and and comes comes on on the the ball ball doesn't doesn't go go in in and and is is this this about about me me staying staying confident confident through through it it all all and and on on this this and and tonight tonight just just the the ball ball when when the the top top seeded seeded Cougars Cougars were were held held to to thirty thirty eight eight percent percent shooting shooting and and were were led led by by Marcus Marcus Sasser's Sasser's twenty twenty points points Houston Houston had had won won eleven eleven straight straight Baylor Baylor takes takes a a twenty twenty seven seven to to two two record record into into the the championship championship game game Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Indianapolis Indianapolis

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Biden's Infrastructure Plan: How The $2 Trillion Would Be Spent

The Politics Guys

02:13 min | Last week

Biden's Infrastructure Plan: How The $2 Trillion Would Be Spent

"Biden infrastructure plan. He announced this last week. It total two point three trillion dollars. That's with a t and it. It breaks down like this essentially six hundred billion. I'm using kind of rounded off numbers. Mike six hundred twenty billion for a transportation infrastructure one hundred seventy four billion for electric vehicle subsidies this would also include a five hundred thousand electric vehicle charging stations throughout the country Roughly two hundred eighty six billion For building repair three hundred billion for this is an interesting one. I think is semiconductor tech. We phrase it as business development but a lot of it to support a a us semiconductor industry And then some other. Oh gosh lying there. I mean a billion clean energy i could. I could go on but But you get the gist The the plan would be paid for and again. These specifics haven't been ironed out. But by moving the corporate tax from twenty one percent up to twenty eight percents This is essentially reversal of of the tax. The trump Tax reform As the corporate taxes There would also be some some form of a higher income personal income tax. The number biden floats is four hundred thousand dollars a year. It's unclear if that's per person or per couple or exactly how it's gonna play out brush in biden's words it's it's this is not a plan that trifles around the edges. Where where do we go. Here i think. And i should add that at this point Republicans are fairly unanimous in opposing. This as being overly big And and not a particularly targeted or targeted. The wrong place.

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Arizona reaches NCAA title game with 69-59 win over UConn

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Arizona reaches NCAA title game with 69-59 win over UConn

"Harry Harry McDonald McDonald fourteen fourteen twenty twenty six six points points and and third third seed seed Arizona Arizona reached reached the the title title game game for for the the first first time time by by stifling stifling the the Huskies Huskies sixty sixty nine nine fifty fifty nine nine we we were were the the underdog underdog I I mean mean we we kind kind of of felt felt that that way way all all season season I I mean mean that that kind kind of of business business are are companies companies and and makes makes us us play play harder harder than than the the one one you you think think you you know know we we can can beat beat you you know know these these top top teams teams are are even even does does accomplish accomplish the the things things we we have have accomplished accomplished the the Wildcats Wildcats held held UConn UConn to to thirty thirty six six percent percent shooting shooting overall overall and and allowed allowed just just twenty twenty two two first first half half points points St St Thomas Thomas finished finished with with twelve twelve points points and and Cate Cate Reese Reese had had a a letter letter for for Arizona Arizona which which takes takes on on Stanford Stanford Sunday Sunday Haley Haley John John scored scored twenty twenty four four points points including including the the go go ahead ahead jumper jumper with with thirty thirty two two seconds seconds left left to to lead lead the the cardinal cardinal to to a a sixty sixty six six sixty sixty five five win win over over South South Carolina Carolina the the victory victory put put Stanford Stanford in in the the title title game game for for the the first first time time since since two two thousand thousand ten ten I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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North Carolina Coach Roy Williams Retires After 3 National Titles

The Lead

00:59 min | Last week

North Carolina Coach Roy Williams Retires After 3 National Titles

"The legendary roy williams announced his retirement after a pretty frustrating season despite north carolina standards. What can you tell us about his decision to hang it up and the timing of this announcement. Yeah it's been a rough two years. They weren't very good last year. Either before the pandemic ended the season prematurely so i don't think north carolina is in the best position right now with roy williams leaving but it still north carolina. It's not like there's a pile of ash he's leaving behind that you've got to build the thing from the ground up. I mean this is a program that can get better overnight with the right guy in charge. You know there's some thought that this may have been percolating for awhile and the announcement was maybe gonna come after the ncaa tournament so as not sort of overlap with the end of things here the final. Four in indy. But doing it now doing it just a couple of days before both final four games to kate that yeah i mean north carolina in roy realized. Someone needs to be in that chair sooner than later to really build for next year.

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North Carolina's Roy Williams Announces Retirement

The Lead

01:02 min | Last week

North Carolina's Roy Williams Announces Retirement

"Pretty big in the college basketball world on thursday. The legendary roy williams announced his retirement after a pretty frustrating season despite north carolina standards. What can you tell us about his decision to hang it up and the timing of this announcement. Yeah it's been a rough two years. They weren't very good last year. Either before the pandemic ended the season prematurely so i don't think north carolina is in the best position right now with roy williams leaving but it still north carolina. It's not like there's a pile of ash he's leaving behind that you've got to build the thing from the ground up. I mean this is a program that can get better overnight with the right guy in charge. You know there's some thought that this may have been percolating for awhile and the announcement was maybe gonna come after the ncaa tournament so as not sort of overlap with the end of things here the final. Four in indy. But doing it now doing it just a couple of days before both final four games to kate that yeah i mean north carolina in roy realized. Someone needs to be in that chair sooner than later to really build for next

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NCAA has its day in Supreme Court

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:51 min | Last week

NCAA has its day in Supreme Court

"We were about to check in with with rick harrow. Who is our sports business. Expert and rick great to have you back lost you a minute ago. Glad you're back. And i don't know when we've had more legal questions on a sports show but with the supreme court argument yesterday the nfl bill Making the rounds. Who better to talk to than you. Harvard law graduate for those. Who don't know rick went to law school with chief justice roberts. I believe they even were roommates at one time. And rick. thank you for joining us. Enlighten us What's give us the lowdown on what you picked up from yesterday's hearing we were both chicago bear fan. It was abysmal. It was a terrible time. Oh not not the way. We roomed in went to talk about. Nfl stuff so you know. Look the bottom line is there is much more these days than we've had before the nfl. Name image likeness ruling. The allston case will Way to decide how far the ncaa gets to govern this. And ironically when you talk to some of the big time athletic directors all over college Sports they've been trying to figure out how to govern power five as you know versus everybody else versus division two in three verses the other sports versus title nine. They're all bunch of level of financial commitment. And you gotta cover all of them the name image likeness stuff doesn't just involve the top marketable player in college football or basketball. Every year trickle down to all five hundred thousand student athletes in the ncaa men and women so it is not an easy decision. Remember the ncaa. Mark everett last year said. We're going to do it. We both knew the devil was in the details. And it's a big devil.

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"ncaa" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

03:11 min | 4 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on What A Day

"ncaa" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

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"ncaa" Discussed on What A Day

"ncaa" Discussed on PTI

PTI

06:19 min | 4 months ago

"ncaa" Discussed on PTI

"The first year coach of the houston rockets concerning his disgruntled holdover star. James harden silence said he intended to give harden quote his space and then quote. I'm confident that he will be all in unquote will bun. Are you equally. Confident that hardware will be all end absolutely not. I don't believe that for a second. And by the way. Tony i said this to you last week and you say wait a minute. He's under contract for two years. And that's true and in most industries that would give the employer the leverage but not in the nba tone. We're a star like hard in the city like houston which has to have a star or they wouldn't come to the games. They have a star player. If james harden says i want out and sticks to it and he's out a couple of weeks they're going to have to trade. James harden not know at this point somebody in houston his sydell yet. We can make it uncomfortable. The only person is going to be uncomfortable is somebody not named james harden who made forty million last year and even if out half of this year is still going to be in line for twenty million. So james harden. They won't be comfortable. James harden is going to be playing elsewhere. So i'm gonna go point by point on that what they might say as. We just traded for a star in john wall and what the owner might say is. I'm getting crushed in my businesses which restaurants hotels and if james harden wants to sit out he can sit for the next two years for the duration of his contract. And i'm not paying them a dine but let me go back to the top of the story because i had brian windhorst on my podcast this morning. And like you said they're going to trade james harden. They're going to trade him. He said look at what they got with john wall. They gotta draft pick. He said they're gonna accumulate draft picks. And that's going to be their strategy. I would just say this in regards to stephen silence. Why don't know. I don't know how much standing he has mike. Because the person or persons that james harden and russell westbrook wanted at first were tie lou and then they wanted john lucas the owner tillman for tita. He wanted jeff van gundy and ablaze. Didn't want jeff van gundy and westbound so silas i. I don't know how long he's got when nobody seemed to want ever tony. That's a great point but even if he had some stature the nba player unlike anywhere else in professional sports even baseball with some guys have forced their way out these stars the biggest stars globally other than a handful also soccer stars who forced their way out of anything. They don't want those guys have all the leverage town and harden. Has it and you say for tina could just not to pay him. He ain't go up to do that if all his other businesses are hurting he gets a houston rockets in a position to be productive. When this thing is over meaning the pandemic so i. I don't see to be in that tough guy. I guess the hope is the john wall will come in there and be with james harden once but what i was john walsh college teammate. Boogie cousins is also on houston. What do they say. Oh we don't need him. We do ourselves well. We need this guy for. They can't do it themselves but maybe they can go to. Hardly say listen. Let's give this a shot. Maybe they can. Change hardens mind management. Ain't gonna change. It will accept with the trade. The other guys perhaps could do that. Let's move to the possibility of ohio state being ineligible for the big ten championship game. The fourth-ranked book is already missed games with illinois maryland. A cancellation by covid ridden michigan. Next week would leave. Ohio state one game shy of the six required to play in the conference title. Game was concert. Athletic director barry alvarez told the detroit news the big ten my need to revisit the rules tony would revisit be fair to everybody else in the seats. I believe i had this one right. I believe that three or four weeks ago. I sat on this very show. And i said if ohio state doesn't get to the magic number they'll change the magic number because they want to be an playoffs data. Wanna give all the money from the playoff to the sec and the acc and by the way they should want to so the big ten will do what they've already done. Make a rule tell you how great they are and they care about science and the care about the students and they care about everything else in the world but now we're going to play and they shouldn't play because people went to college to play football getting the games you can get in. I'm not angry about this. I just saw this coming tony. You weren't the only one. Let's pat ourselves on the back. So much i i was a person who's pretty intimately familiar with. What goes on in their conference. Said they will change it. They'll have to change it. And i think they should change. It is somebody who would rather see indiana or someone else on the eastern side of the winner's bracket come a couple of saturdays from now in indianapolis. I'd love to see that. But that even i really love to see it because it wouldn't be fair. Ohio states the best team in the conference without question and they ought to have the chance as defending champions at least a couple of times over to to prove that to defend that championship and make it in the name of the big ten conference to said playoff. So no i don't i don't even hear a pushback you know not having been in the midwest much lately but i don't hear any push back to that so yes you were right but you're right with a lot of other people so if if ohio states gotta get to six just find some teams in the big ten. That haven't played ohio state already and say you're going to play ohio state and if they can find six then make the number for whatever number you make it. Make it so that ohio state is eligible. Where the big ten got in trouble. Mike was making rules that make them selves. Look good and then they have to change the rules. Just go play football. That's what we want to see. yeah. I don't disagree on that. We're not gonna go back to the whole history of it because i don't see people making rules that make themselves look people make rules it with what they've got at the time and if you need to change the rules say hey change rule so shut up all right. Yeah i for following the sec. In anything that comes to higher education ever never. But there's another conference but.

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"ncaa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"NCAA radio network is intended solely for the private non commercial use of our audience any reproduction retransmission or other use of this broadcast without the express written consent of the NCAA and Westwood One is strictly prohibited now let's send you back to Kevin Harlan John Thompson in Chicago at eleven forty four to play we are in the first half in Illinois at least seventeen to fourteen over Arizona today is led by as many as soon Rosalyn is led by as many as four zeroes were drawn to the sport it was on a with a free throw it is often and shooting so far in this game Illinois news on six of fifteen Arizona has gone five of him that is from the field in a ditch for the Wildcats it's the second free throw it's a one point game with Illinois leading by one that got the ball they bring G. brown with the dribble between his legs courtship gore's back in for it was on a you're free to all this data plan the rights on the sideline pass to Williams on the one month by Augustine let's sideline pass to brown controls on their want with the orange trim to our left news D. brown a topic he dribbles up the circle three to top the circle to end of shot clock at seven in the corner from the right along the base line goes to August to September he wrote that in school with children John Johnson soon the things inside the line it was a great defensive possession by Arizona Arizona has shifted to his own illinois' feel comfortable in doing better it is seems to be bothered in particular have port sets Salim Stoudamire is back again with Adams and Brian Moore in return and that's that is the result of five moving from my left you are right there is only down by one with the ball here's your poor housing of this month the lane it's not planned back on top your core look at the key three point jump shot and it was only done job nineteen seventeen over Illinois with that move into all of this Williams in room on the left what do you spend a fadeaway baseline jump shot it's a revolt by wouldn't feed to the dribbling support right wing fest Adams above the United States right hugs lefties in the one thousand double the risk of chairman Brian Johnson signed the paper underneath because of the president's award to play yeah they have to take care of the ball we have to remember even though they don't want to slow down the environment that they're in give the crowd incentives they could read nineteen seventy two Jan twenty first two it's Illinois with the ball loose thread back in bouncing a pass in the circle for Ingram baseline pastor William Shockley was only it was awful this one is nineteen feet away were tied at nineteen those little with the ball too all right the chip will double to constantly the sidelines random from scored two Stottlemyre right baseline test a bright jump shot good he didn't just meet the artillery base one that's why it's so hard to get on the block and you have to double teaming me to step out in this big it was on a bus comes Illinois to our left clad in white Williams between the circles fees let the lane caught by head crosscourt pass right side one point five from three point one because it was a great defensive position four million B. twenty two twenty one by one new enrollment the in the first half by one the baseline for the Wildcats for McClellan one of the top the circle for us all Maryland he's going to buy a home thanks best if the ball hits the what was this on the sidelines for brown on top four hundred sidelined this Williams leads to look at the key right in a jump shot no good rebound by us on Adams here comes there was only a silent place to shop for one sideline issue double the protein protein sequence of the brain hello right I thank god every single coverage just wanna help was got a German fries such a great the key for by the sixteen for renewal leases twenty four twenty three with Chicago news is told through later he the key point is loosely publisher correlates of lives and try to go inside once the ball gets loose it only takes it the other way racing down the sideline home relax because that's for the courts while while very slow getting back holders will check in for Arizona return of the Jews out there we should poor Salim Stoudamire and McClellan Illinois out there with Colin Williams Augustine and Brian Luther head those units include down by one approaches the ball in the first half between the circles it's not among phones the best way to keep it out of the village what's inside a congested lane apply right Simon called Peter topically Stoudemire a three point jump shot for the win read because it is Leeds twenty six twenty three three between the circles in the words of the Superbowl with the mobility things with no one who do they need to be able to deal with it the legal analyst Paul in new civil war in the forty six twenty three.

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"ncaa" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"If possible to to reduce the chances of players doing it we saw high profile hold out with Ezekiel. Elliott this year that worked out for him in other one. We're seeing Melvin Gordon here. That obviously obviously hasn't worked out for him yet. Teams are looking down the road. If you're the New York giants saquon Barkley in two years could be in the exact same position Ezekiel Elliott just was and you don't WanNa be in a position from where you don't have him for training camp so it's it's another issue of control right. It's not money it's control owners. Versus players and the owners in this case are seeing some control erode because of the success of these player holdouts and the willingness of these players to engage in them and they want to do something to discourage and we talk about control. You're also talking about players now. Demanding Trades Allah Jalen Ramsey says he's sick we should acknowledge that but Adam silver's dealing with this in the NBA and he says it's a scourge scourge. How are they looking at it in the NFL well yeah if it got to the point where the that's their fear is that it turns into the NBA where players can go wherever they want but I mean I think the genie's out of the bottle here I mean players understand their value on a level that they didn't use to and they recognize their power on a level that they didn't use to and if you're a star player you have some leverage and we're seeing guys is flex it. I don't think the owners will succeed. In getting draconian penalties for holdouts put into the next day and I don't think they'll succeed in convincing star players that they have to stay put just because that's what their contracts says Dan. Thank you for joining us. I pleasure thank you. We were able to exercise some right here. Get your free right here just in case now turning into basketball Monday the NCAA level charges against the University of Kansas and it's basketball program including longtime coach bill self the NCAA says Kansas is guilty of a lack of institutional institutional control language for serious violations. Bill self came out swinging response this statement saying in part no secret that there's tremendous tremendous pressure on the NCAA to respond to the Federal Court proceedings involving college basketball in its haste and attempt to regain control the enforcement staff has created a false narrative regarding knee me and our basketball program for more we welcome ESPN senior writer Mark Schlabach Mark. We can talk about bill sells define in response the response from the school itself very much the same terms of tone absolutely seating no ground here whatsoever. What does that tell us. It's about the way they're going to approach this over the course of the ninety days they have to respond Jerry. It's clear Kansas has bill selves back. They Avid coaching staff back. I think there is some skepticism not only Kansas but other places around the country that the is actually gonNA come after a blue blood programs program like the Jayhawks in the past the enforcement staff the committee on infractions as an shown a lot of teeth when it came to the most successful programs most accessible coaches inches like bill self and I think given what transpired with North Carolina with the academic standing on the lack of penalties in that case I think it is involved in a lot of schools data coaches directors to your father. Does this speak to a strategy as you suggest that look. They're not going to touch us. We mean too much then the NCAA right now is in perhaps in historically precarious position being assaulted on all sides whether you're talking about the courts sports the FBI you're talking about if not the NCAA itself but it schools in the policies at those schools. We've got legislatures. New York and California trying to pay athletes elites is feeling perhaps on the part of the schools that the NCAA's week and we don't have to bend now but I think there's an assault on amateurism the amateurs model I think there's been a massive shift in public perception that these kids should beginning paying in some cases regardless of getting out Howard getting paid you know see where it goes with these new laws in states across the country but you know talking to coaches which is around the country. They tell me you know if rules are in place we have to follow the rules for nothing else competitive balance and I think we're GONNA you know I. I think we'll just have to wait and see is not. Nothing's GonNa come to an end anytime soon. Kansas and the other schools involved in this probably aren't going to get in front of the committee on infractions until you'll next summer or a spring twenty twenty. There's a lot of silk play out if the school continues to back him to the hilt is bill self safe here are his assistant safe bill sell safe as long as they don't get hammered aw made it clear that they're going to support him and they don't think that he was intimately involved in these payments to players. There is no proof that he was was involved. There are text messages between he and Adidas consultant. TJ Gas Nala says any real guys. You can infer what you want with with that but you know it's GonNa be interesting because it's a it's an interesting strategy by insane forces staff suggested the Adidas consultants like Tj Gas Nola were boosters for Kansas. Jayhawks attorneys are GONNA attack that argument as well and of course because of the time line here. We're not expecting any ramifications on the upcoming season for the Jayhawks expected to be one of the best teams in college basketball mark. Shaw aw we always appreciate your insights. Thanks for joining us when we returned the NFL's policies on domestic violence again in the news this time though the the subject is how it screens coaches when it comes to hiring you don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified. The five candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot. COM POST A job in minutes set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard word and when you need to hire fast accelerate your results with sponsor jobs new users can try it for free at indeed dot com slash outside. That's indeed dot com slash outside aside terms conditions and quality standards apply outside the lines is brought to you by Corona Rona premier lower carbs lower calories higher expectations enjoy the view mm-hmm. Here's more stuff to matters Russia once again in jeopardy of being excluded from major sports events including the twenty twenty Olympics the World Anti Doping Agency giving Moscow three weeks to explain inconsistencies including deleted information in data submitted by Russian lab as part of the process of Russia's reintegration after three or suspension for state sponsored doping and more than a half century after being vilified for raising their fists on the medals podium. It's Mexico City Olympics protesting protesting racial oppression Tommie Smith and John Carlos golden bronze medalist in the two hundred meters will be inducted the US Olympic and Paralympic Hall of fame. The two who former sprinters will be inducted November I along with the rest of the class of twenty nineteen which also includes Lisa Leslie Apollo Anton Ohno and the nineteen eighteen ninety eight. US Olympic women's ice hockey team also in the b-block today new USA Today report about the NFL and how team screen coaches for allegations ends of domestic violence or more precisely how summit failed to do so this of course against the backdrop of the League's insistence that it will hold players accountable in the post ray Rice Erin for more. We're joined by Rachel accent. She is the reporter who wrote this story and reported it for USA Today. Rachel what what is your reporting uncover about the due diligence that's taking part in the league and with individual teams certainly certainly showed that it seems to be lacking we looked into the backgrounds of NFL coaches in the league last year and we found issues with domestic violence easy easy to spot in public records and we don't did not find an excuse me a lot of due diligence on the part of the team's perfect example Schuyler Fulton who you you showed was a receivers coach for the bucks last year. He had an arrest for domestic violence. The charges were later dismissed after he completed a pretrial diversion in but the records in that case indicated multiple women expressing fear of him that he had had threatening behavior in then in two thousand sixteen exte- a few years later he was working Juku and the school there was warned about behavior that was similar to that yet when he was hired by the bucks a a few months later they don't seem to have called the coach that he worked for their and we know at least two of the women named in those records contacted as well it we're talking about. We're not just talking about a couple of examples. You wrote about several examples in your reporting again in this story in USA. Today and you ask the League you you went to Park. Have you so to speak and ask them well. What do you have to say about. These guys getting hired despite this in their backgrounds. What did they say. What was the response well. Of course we asked for Commissioner Roger Goodell he was the one who five years ago in that press conference in the wake of the where he writes case promised League would do more that it had a role to play here. They declined our interview requests for him. Ryan McCarthy a spokesman for the League told us that the vetting of coaches is entirely up to the teams they know so that they should be vetting them but how they do that there's no role for the NFL to play Brian McCarthy said I asked. Is there any sort of guidance or policy. There is not so the League has taken a very hands off approach in this area well beyond saying that it's up to the teams and they should be doing the vetting if they asked us. We'll so help them. Out was any anything else expressed about. Perhaps this isn't the way it should be done. These guys shouldn't be getting jobs in the NFL bill. Well our question was how much did they seek to know this. We don't know the answer because the team's avoided talking to us and then how did they assess it every every expert that we talked to on domestic violence including Rita Smith who is an advisor to the league said it would be best practice for these teams to seek and know as much information as they can and then they can make an assessment. Is this someone we want to be part of it. We're GONNA sation how they dealt with these issues.

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"ncaa" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"ncaa" Discussed on The Journal.

"At the same time. College athletes were gaining a new type of leverage. The growing doing voice of athletes through social media was giving them a voice that they really had never had before and more athletes started speaking out not just about wanting money but needing it for instance. Kansas is Ben mclemore talked about an impoverished childhood where his mother sometimes had to sell food stamps to pay bills and you know Kansas is one of the most storied and richest college basketball programs in the country the University of Connecticut garbage as Napier said even amid the media glare of the final four twenty fourteen that he sometimes sometimes went to bed hungry because of NC rules restricting how many meals schools could give athletes. I was like I said this hungry nights. I'm able to eat and I still got to play tomorrow mark capabilities and sometimes it's that way it really was striking and I think his message so resonated because it was amid the setting that remember is earning the NCAA apparatus itself almost two billion dollars. People were really were very outraged. I mean race must also play a role in this because many top players in the air black including I think every player that we've talked about so far and they're often playing at majority white universities so it's their labor really that's earning all the money that they're not getting a Sharon Orrin. Yes it's true that at high profile at like departments generally football and men's basketball teams generate most of the revenue and those teams in many cases are predominantly African American so there is this notion that african-american athletes are helping earn this revenue to essentially support support the rest of the athletic department and yet not being able to share in any significant portion of that revenue themselves and how is the incidentally responding during in this period when athletes were speaking out well you know they really did respond in cases where there was a public outcry so for instance when when Napier talked what about going to bed hungry dancy very quickly changed its rules and allowed US schools to offer unlimited meals for athletes which in hindsight is sort of a no brainer as incidents like Napier's got attention. The outcry wasn't just a one off. Public sentiment was actually changing in two thousand thirteen seventy one percent of people agreed that a scholarship was compensation enough within just four years that number dropped by ten percentage points but that does mean that sixty percent of people still support the NC double A.'s position and among its supporters are some former players. I I feel like I have a little credibility knowledge about this because when I was at the when I was at the University of Florida I think my Jersey was one of the top selling jerseys around the world last week league former quarterback. Tim Tebow went on ESPN one of the most prominent broadcasters of college football in made an impassioned case against California's new law and yes. I know we live in a selfish culture where it's all about us but we're just adding and piling it onto that we're changes what's special about college football fan we turned it into the NFL advocates for keeping things the same like Tim tebow argue that money would skew recruitment high school recruits would just go or they could make the most money but the woman who co-authored California's bill was listening to a different argument Nancy skinner as Berkeley Democrat and she was inspired by hearing a speech she heard a few years ago by sports economist Andy Schwartz who has been pretty active in criticizing. NCAA and its rules curbing athlete compensation station. I think she just saw a chance to change something. You know when this bill was first introduced. It had some opposition. There were some people who who voted against it. It's it's been modified slightly since its introduction but the interesting thing is that as the NCAA has pushed back more and more lawmakers have voted in favor of this bill so oh in fact it's possible that the NCAA pushed back galvanized California legislators and prompted them to vote it through unanimously which they did and and how is the NC Double A. responded pretty forcefully. It sent a letter to California Governor Gavin newsom calling the bill unconstitutional. It's basically said you no hey we're working on this issue and we should have a chance to find some workable way to allow athletes to somehow benefit from their name image and likeness us and I think that legislators just said you know. Essentially we don't trust you and we're not. GonNa wait so here's our move in its letter the NC Double A. urged the state to reconsider the bill the NCAA also reaffirmed its long standing position that athletes are students not not employees.

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"ncaa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"ncaa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I gotta ask you carbohydrates sheet of integrity is now developing it's changing rapidly as the clock the hours. The you know, what is the sand that goes through the hourglass? It's all happening. It's evolving as tie, and it goes, really fast. I mean, you think about it from noon on Thursday. You know, you have sixty four teams by the time. You get the Sunday night you're down to sixteen. It goes very quickly. But I mean, tomorrow's like deja vu. We got a little wash rinse repeat? My thing is I'm already looking ahead with this sheet of integrity to some of these games that are already sat like, Maryland LSU. Are you leaning any direction in these games? Also, Minnesota Michigan state Murray state, Florida state Auburn Kansas already on the docket for Saturday. Yeah. I mean, if the Kansas team that I saw today against northeastern shows up against Auburn on Saturday and the Auburn team that I saw today shows up I think Auburn is gonna be in for a lot of trouble. Now, I liked I picked Auburn to win this game. But Kansas doubting. Well, not dowdy. But because Kansas is not look good all year. Right. They played northeastern today. Fairness. I thought would give them a you know, a game. And they didn't in the second half. They got their doors blown away. So I'm a little nervous about the Auburn Kansas game. No doubt about that. The other games. Look, I I'm still on LSU. Even though it's Maryland instead of Belmont. I'm still going to be on them. So your analogy over Maryland. Yeah. I'm still going to be on Michigan state. Even though it's Minnesota instead of Louisville. We're going to be there. And I'm still going to be on Florida state to beat Mary Murray state. So I mean, everything's pretty much status quo from me, I've lost anybody yet Murray state could be the loyal ramblers of twenty nine thousand nine you think that they're the team. Everybody wants to go. They could absolutely do that. I mean, Florida state for the first what you wanna say thirty thirty five minutes today. Vermont gave them a hard time. Vermont was that was a single digit game almost the whole way between Vermont and Florida state today. So and Murray. I think the catamounts are really good team. Right. But they don't play the kind of material that Florida's stage dealing with marriages say this you gotta be reminded by more than. The line was telling you gotta win that game by at least fifteen if you ask me, your Florida state. You're in the ACC, you're banging with the heavies. Some people think you're the one of the top seven teams in the country. I I would think most people think they are. And then you're messing around with Vermont. Now, I get it. It's a tournament game. So everything's different is pressure through the knows. What's crazy is watching these kids? You know, obviously when they lose these coaches, and it ends so quickly. It's like I mean, it is literally the door slams, and you're like shower boss flight home, it's over. I mean, it ends really harshly for the losers and the winners. Go back there. Room shower. Go watch another game, then go back to the hotel and get ready for breakfast. And and another day of practice, and then they'll play Saturday, so Friday, they get a chill the most and have fun all day and the other ones, you're going home. It is crazy tournament. So I was on an idea asked me about it was on five ninety. They asked me. Did you hear that guy? I heard a little bit of it. Yeah. Did you hear what I said about? They asked me if I think if this was my favorite sporting event. I didn't I did not hear that part. How did you respond? How do you think? I responded. Because it's such a huge gambling event. I'm going to say that it was definitely up there for you or at the top. But it was it at the top. I don't know. NFL playoffs for you. Cia Stanley Cup. What's wrong with you? Before. Because because I'm looking at it from shrank lately have you not been getting any leg on. What is this? Did you hear what he said to me football? What did he say baseball? Mean what I'm saying is our hockey this guy, you remember this guy. I thought this was from gambling aspect that from favorite sporting event. That's good. I once again rattled off the importance of the Stanley Cup over women and children good. So, you know, the the penguins go first, and then, you know, everybody comes after that say thirty four seed comes in close second based on her twenty years with me. And then, you know, the kids are twelve and. What are the fifteen and twelve almost? So there's fifteen and twelve years, so they go three four, and then you know, dog five but penguins, number one suppress, Doug. Even makes the top ten. I'm surprised I should probably put the Steelers in five and then dogs six even with the pirates before the dog come to think of it, pirates, scissors a hoosiers. Nine now behind the dog. You gotta get rid of that dog. Listen to you. You gotta watch bloodline strew the dog ranks higher than the pro baller. Cannot believe this guy. Honestly. I just I just broke into a full on sweat. I have a full body. He I'm having. I'm having like a palpitations avenue. A heat thing like a stroke heart arrhythmia, I'm having like a skipped red mea like worse than going to the prostate exam over the lustrous Carver high and the great hockey fan that he is the I'll see biogas the captain of all captain and Tonelli's this guy doesn't mention I honestly thought you were talking about gambling is unbelievable. I don't know what is happening here though. This is thought you were doing like a gambling. Figured it had the tie the gambling. I mean, wouldn't that be also the best morning of gambling this? This is better to gamble on talking about there's a game every night for two and a half months. I'm betting on. And I bet on that on. Plus minus on those first four days of the NCAA tournament are gamblers pag on plan is that like you get a free phone at the at the phone when you get a new cell phone buy one get one free. I give you a little plus minus goal and a half little Jimmy. And then you got your boycott likes to play that we're in Vegas. He plays at grand salami. There's nothing better when I see him at the bar in the morning, and he's like, I got the grand salami role today. Hello. It was fun being in Toronto. One other note, they do their updates. They start with hockey. God bless him. It was like a religious experience for me. The sports gas started with hockey news. I thought it was great because all we ever get. Here's the same crap. No disrespect to you. Mark. I love you. You're fantastic on the show. And I've always liked you. I'm a big fan of yours. You know, that's true. But honestly, you've never lead with hockey one since I've known you. And if you did you'd be fire, which is why I've never lived. You think he'd slip one and at one thirty in the morning one nine maybe. But he won't do it. Because he knows what will happen. I mean, this guy that runs this place of you, even talk hockey gives you the business. Thin ice as it is. About hockey Jesus Christ. No one's talking about. Man that bad. Phone's not ringing because I'm talking hockey that now. Listen, we're number one. If I talk about Boogers, you can listen, let's do the update with Marco belletti. Sports flash eyebrows. The.

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"ncaa" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"ncaa" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

"I don't get to see them too. Too much until they get into school. They, there's only a handful of kids that were talking about for sure that are really elites that I said could be lottery picks, I'm, you count them every year and others. There's some kids, maybe some second or third year that have gotten into that. But coming out of high school is only Cup. There's very few LeBron James, let's face it, but there's a lot of very talented kids, but they're of a limited number and the NBA's not gonna give money away. If you can't play, they're not going to suspect your ability. This could be for years, although they knew stockpiling as we've seen to where, why is he leaving? You know, they want to get to meet or real financial rewards at the end of that which he contract. So I just think that's a big move forward guy feels he's good enough and there's an opportunity. I think that takes the pressure off a lot of certainly the NCAA a lot of programs for sure. I, I completely agree. Raff you, you excited about the coming season helicopter advertising here on the beach. So like -centration with a chip, they. Yeah, I, you know, it's funny. We always talk about the blue bloods and I just think was great about the NCAA tournament is that we have seen, they don't necessarily. They're not handed championship either because you if so many programs were guys are three and four year guys, sometimes five that have played together the little more mature there little more resilient. There's just have a, maybe a new compensation plane together. We're tough mindedness, but the excitement every year is become something special, obviously, but the level of talent at a young age, what's just it's just totally credible. I can remember using years ago where he's only sophomore, junior or senior, you know, vis if kids come in, they are ready. They are talented and I and I think part of it is attributable to that. Hey, you circuit where they've competed. They've developed the confidence is not reading about somebody's competing against them and they, they feel there is good if not better. So this is I, I don't think this condemnation totally of the summer league of the is is warranted, and I think just keep moving in that direction where adds some things, the lead them that didn't work. Let's see, we can do better. And I think we'll see a consortium at some point of of all the group free. We've alluded to join this podcast that you gotta sit down and make it better and make it as good as you can make it and just eliminate those that want to play by their own rules. Basically. No, I think you're, I think you're dead on and hopefully, you know, the incidental, a looks back in tweaks this and adjust this. And obviously what they did was well intentioned and hopefully they look back in and just are constructive with this in in. In really make the initiative to to try to get this better in the best way for every kid possible and not just the top ten kids that are that it seems to be focused on. So I appreciate your time in. I'm looking forward to seeing in the season. Chatted with you..

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"ncaa" Discussed on The Russillo Show

The Russillo Show

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"ncaa" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"And then in April, two thousand ten trust replies to the Email the same day and says, thanks, I will get on ace app JT meeting Jim tressel. Okay. So then the emails continue and they're like, look, this is really bad like you've gotta talk to your guys and figure this out and trust applies. I hear you, it's unbelievable. Thanks for your help. Keep me posted is what I need to do. If anything, I will keep pounding these kids hoping they grow up. That's April two thousand ten. So then in June, it continues this trestle. In this one, local former Buckeye local attorney talking about what's going on. And honestly, I was going back to this time line today preparing for this podcast, like I kept going man, trestle lost his job over this and eventually he loses his job because he lied to the NCAA, but is my wrong for thinking that head coach. In that kind of program that y- hey, man, what's your players doing this really stupid thing like most every coach, and I think most of us, like if you were told immediately and I'm not talking about domestic violence here I'm talking about simply, hey, your players doing something really stupid, hanging out the sketchy tattoo parlor and they're selling jerseys and stuff like would you immediately call the NCAA you probably wouldn't now, maybe it would in the aftermath of what happened with trestle. So this goes on for months. Okay. And then trussell makes a couple mistakes here, but I can understand why he made this one at the end of two thousand ten. He just signed an annual NCA certificate of compliance form indicating he knows of no violations as reported the school. Any knowledge possible violations I would imagine given the the lack of depth that this story at this point that most coaches would you sign off on that certificate if you even signed the thing. Okay. Then the US attorney's office notifies Ohio State officials that it's been discovered similar state memorabilia during a raid of this tattoo parlors home and as the items were stolen day later, the. Athletic department is informed the list of dozens of items released later, estimates value, twelve to fifteen thousand dollars. So that is we're took. We're looking at seven, seven months later. Okay, stay interviews, six players. It's prior. It's the running back Herron posing the receiver. Mike Adams, the offensive lineman defensive lineman, Salomon Thomas defensive back Jordan whiting and gene Smith the at the time. Thanks the players and says, look, you know, thanks for letting us to you compliments on being honest and forthright. So then I'll state turns into self report in the NCAA declares six players ineligible, which also was comical because the NCAA notified of the Ohio State program of the five game suspensions for the five players for selling all of this stuff that again was found after a US attorney raid on this tattoo parlors place. Okay. And then they said they have to pay the charity, the equivalent of the money and services they receive. So whatever they got paid for all that gear that have been give that to charity. But and if you remember this comical thing that the two thousand eleven Sugar Bowl against Arkansas, all the players were allowed to play in that game despite having five game suspensions. And I think the tagline on that was for the integrity of the bowl season or for the bull system, and everybody was going to be kidding me with this stuff. And it also reminds me and I know what's going to happen as soon as I say, this much Auburn fans are gonna. Tell me how wrong I am. No, you're wrong. Cam Newton was suspended. No one knew about it and then was reinstated for the SEC title game when they smash South Carolina. And I remember being that's when I first started thinking sports like, oh, wait a minute. I was maybe naive before maybe skeptical, and that's when I started becoming even more skeptical. I'm like, wait a minute. The NCAA just announced that they reinstated somebody that they never announced was suspended with the Cam Newton, his father and that whole investigation. Like that's weird like, oh, guess what? The CBS SEC title game this weekend..

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"ncaa" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ncaa" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"They were beaten by a team which was not inferior not superior was a slight mix of of the two what i think is fascinating is speaking of cliches expressions that are overused what doesn't kill us will make us stronger right that's that's one of what about what builds us can ultimately take us down i mean look the ncaa tournaments going to be taken down by too many of these cinderellas we can celebrate as much as we'd like the fact that loyola of chicago one again how about this their third win the tournament by total of four points that if that's not lady luck i don't know what is and yet we can say this tournament is built upon upsets america loves the cinderella but if clemson wins two more games and texas tech wins two more games it will be a tournament that we say is built on upsets at no one will watch it's on cable this year in the final four and people just they they say they wanna see the cinderella until the cinderella is playing on tv and then history tells us they don't but the tournament is built on the idea on the idea that anyone can beat anybody but will we really want is a nobody to almost be to somebody but then the somebody's to play that's the same thing as john calipari it's built upon the idea that he does it all with one in duns in all with young players and he has done it mostly with young players he has done it mostly with one and done since he's gotten to kentucky.

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"ncaa" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ncaa" Discussed on First and Last

"No doubt it is an absolute risk if you're a player to go in the combine it's another chance for you to get injured along the way it's another chance to expose parts of your physical makeup the give nfl teams a reason to try and get you for less 'cause that's really august predraft processes isn't exercise trying to figure out who you can get for cheap if you're an nfl team but i don't think it's useless and i know steven as did you see me against marquee competition that's not true for everyone everyone is coach differently in the ncaa boy everyone plays against the different level of competition guys come from different systems guys across is the vast landscape of college football are subject to a lot of different circumstances and so what is the combine what are the pro day what do all these standardised testing situations provide they provide a baseline now so much of it is prepared for in these big box training facilities that get you ready for the combine in a number of ways because the combines one big mine game they're getting up early they're making sure the eurobit dehydrated you're not so wellfed you're a little tired you're off and they wanna just test you they wanna just mess with you the entire weekend i'm never talk to a guy that's been the combine who said he would even dream about wanting to do that again it's a hellish experience for the guys involved and that's forgetting the meetings you have with teams the psychological analysis they're going to try and put your through you know they're trying to get at something inside you and you've got to do your best again you've been prepared by the place that you've been training for all these moments.

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"ncaa" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ncaa" Discussed on First and Last

"It it was so very long for seoul a multitude of reasons i wish is ea players with exercise that power by boycotting the ncaa tournament and again is absolutely right and the fact that that power we talk about this all the time with the pros in the nfl the best power that the players have is their ability to strike their ability to remove the product from the field that makes everyone so much money and the nco boy players could do this in march madness and boycotting finalfour weekend my god what a coup that would be but in the nfl the difficulty always is you're asking a lot of guys the media the bell curve in that league to boycott missed games and potentially missed entire season in careers that are short were they may never be able to recoup the funds that they lose and now in the unsuitable way you're talking about kids doing that who may only have one chance at this kind of success who don't have any of the players at the top end of it will be here through the striker way we always talk about with the marquee players in the nfl being able to withstand this financially there are no players in the nc aa that can withstand missing out on that opportunity and the other thing it ignores the fact that there is a void of leadership at the top who amongst the players is going to be the one to stand up and rally everyone to get all parties involved on this in a way that possible that's the biggest area that the instability of loses out on because you're asking a bunch of kids that are constantly put down and told their voice doesn't matter in these situations to all the.

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"ncaa" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ncaa" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Either way the and how the dnc rules on it and may i you know from history tell us cases different don't assume anything you know there are different waiver appeals uh i think it's legislative services people come in and out of ads it hide these days driving ole miss ends on its own as far as negative recruiting well that's going to happen nerves you know there's there's no honour among thieves i think we'll speaking of transfers you also reported recently about the big 12 proposal in in obviously there's a lot of larger discussion in the ncaa right now about bigger changes to the transfer policy we know they're not going to you the only when we know is not going to happen is everybody's immediately eligible transfer not gear at a not sit out a year but this is a pretty major ios off the area but this would be free agency if you're coach leaves uh this would allow players to trigger if the coach leaves our gets fired that the the um players could transfer somewhere without seeing out a year other than the can't follow their coach to his new school whereas in the process how realistic do we think it is that it would pass for a lap last week the npa put out a v from transfer working group that this is kind of where their head threat they didn't get pin down on anything but the transfer waiver group which is going to make recommendations to the council and then we'll have some sort of legislative change i think in june i think that much is assured it's a question of been wanted with implemented no one time for eighteen footballer or '19 football but they are thinking in general terms about the it were very careful to use the language in the relief supply kits a coach departs they didn't say fired they didn't say left on its own they've been save rental who.

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