2 Burst results for "Ohio State Georgetown"
"ohio state georgetown" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"A thing as fucked up as that is. It's a theme when she's back there and she's that deep in a game and she's rocking left to right and she's shooting. They're going, oh shit, it's an aspirational style of play. And maybe they didn't feel that way about women's players in the past. Maybe they should have, but they didn't. Yeah, that's fair because, I mean, there was a lot of good shot making in this game today Morris in the second half was doing like a little bit of the Chris Paul. They were spreading her out. She was just using the high screen and over and over again was an 18 footers. So there were different elements of men's basketball stuff that I love. The king on cart piece was the most fun, obviously. One of the reasons I want to have Vietnam was because we were texting about it Friday night. I never thought the next curry would be a woman. You know, we do like there would be the sons of curry, right? We knew those were coming. All the kids who grew up as he started as his career started to take off in 2013 and he started to change how we thought a basketball. What we thought a good shot was how he used teammates and these little slightly different ways coming off picks, little handoffs, things like that. And it's interesting how much she reminds me of curry. Watching her in all these games during the tournament. A lot of the same playbook and honestly, I think she has a chance to be the biggest female athlete. Down the road. Because who's the competition? Who, who out of, if you're talking under 25 females or males, who is the competition to just stand out in the way that she stands out as a basketball player. Because I'm watching and thinking, this is like watching the old maravich highlights. From 50 years ago, stuff like that, there's nobody doing this stuff she's doing. And there are a lot of great players in this game. But I think the reason the rating is whatever it is, is because of this stuff. She can do. It's like van said. It's the first time you're watching a player in college in a while where you're just like, oh my God, and men or women. Who is Rousseau? Who is the last star we had? Why college basketball? That was like, was it Zion, would you say? Like four years ago? Yeah, Zion did the impossible. He got people to root for duke. Right. So then pre Zion, who is it? Curry Davidson? No, I think we're I think we're kind of forgetting stuff here. Anthony Davis was a big deal. I mean, there are other players that were there. Nobody was like, hey, let me grab other members of my family, Anthony Davis is on TV. Zion was definitely that guy. I think Carmelo had a little bit of it. Yeah, that's right. That's 20 years ago. I mean, Carmelo absolutely did, because back then, it was still, you know, the build up to it was because LeBron jumped in mello went for the one year, you're like, okay, and then they had an incredible run. They played some really good teams. Ohio State Florida that year was the thing. It wasn't for individual players as much as how many lottery picks and great players were just in that game. No, that's what this game, the way it was officiated between LSU and Iowa. And look, LSU was just better. I don't think about any of this stuff. They have way more options offensively. But the way this was officiated, it reminded me of the Ohio State Georgetown game where all of us wanted to watch Odin hibbert and the wrestler like nah. Yeah, no, thank you. We're not interested in you seeing that part of it. But do you know how much it means that everybody's complaining about the officiating in the women's championship game? The stakes are so high that everyone as much as of the women's game as I've watched and as we watch because remember she was always had a good team. I went to Louisiana tech four time when it was a huge, huge deal. So it was different. So to see people disinvested to where I'm doing what I do, talking about LSU shit as I always will
"ohio state georgetown" Discussed on WTOP
"Costumes are a little different, but there is the horns, the makeup, there's a lot of fur. Kind of like hooves on stage, kind of like an animal human hybrid. It's quite terrifying, but also really beautiful. Jason, frankly, W two B news. Sports hit 25 and 55, powered by maximus, moving people and innovation forward. George Wallace, you're here. I'm here. Let's talk capitals after a couple of trades yesterday. They make another one today. Lars Eller heading to Colorado for a second round pick in the 2025 NHL draft. Eller scored the Stanley Cup clinching goal back in 2018 fan favorite. Now he is on the move caps and Anaheim this evening, scouting combine continues in Indianapolis. Today we heard from commanders, general manager Martin mayhew, reflecting back on his combine as a player. That was 1988. I was a long time ago. So I remember a whole heck of a lot about it. I remember I ran pretty good. I remember I got 7 reps on the bench. I was pretty embarrassed about that. But yeah, it's changed a lot since then. And for the better, I think, the interview process has changed a lot, which has been really beneficial. As far as getting to know these guys, having the opportunity to do that, a lot of the other day that we collect now, we didn't collect back then. Yeah, night and day, 1998, boy, I saved so long ago, right? Just so long. Continues in. Indianapolis college basketball, today only men's side, plenty of local men's action for you. They Maryland men on the road at Ohio State Georgetown at creighton this evening GW George Mason