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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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01:51 min | 10 months ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Something on the roads and I'm not talking about a four four jam ten ten is number that's a four four five two six ten ten I'm Jeff Jensen extra four twelve twenty one intent and when when's news time twelve twelve now the accu weather ex Surgeon four day forecast is Carl been ski on this Wednesday of morning we do have a mostly cloudy sky and still there's a bit of rain and some fault which for the past couple of hours have been locally dense at fog will begin to break up during the predawn hours still we need to allow for a bit of rain it's forty four degrees will be in the lower I should say the upper thirties in the town thirty seven lower forties of course along the way now front will be cleaning house that's what's going to scour of this moisture and Dave do away with these murky conditions we have and later on today the wind will be fairly Brzeska gusting to near thirty miles per hour so we'll be in the mid forties in there should be a fair amount of sun but accu weather will feel temperatures this afternoon will be mostly in the mid thirties moving forward Wednesday night the wind diminishing clear and cold dry tomorrow and Friday and lots of sun expected but highs only in the mid and in some cases the upper thirties a bit colder than normal for change which hasn't happened too much as winter but that's not gonna be a bitter blast like we had late last week and it will become milder next week temperatures should reach the low forties and mid forty Saturday Sunday will approach fifty right now it's cloudy and it is forty four relative humidity forty one eighty eight percent make that the relative humidity eighty eight percent the wind west three miles per hour cloudy forty four were headed down to thirty seven in detail all Mackey with meteorologist car but in ski on new York's weather station ten ten wins wins news time twelve thirteen hi it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at the hi Jamie it's you Jamie don't hang up you need to hear this.

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Just putting it right at the twenty six it's Glenn plan again the strong safety or wolf man is I said maybe employees defensively just about the same defense alignment is Michigan does it they don't quite angle as much on defense. they tried over shift to Michigan strike there they go wide of the right with two men with Jimmy Smith the rest of the team in the five to regulate selection over half of the the plight of close third and four from the Michigan twenty six thanks to light up which is off the hook up the around the right side. right there at the twenty nine yard line on certain for he did not pick up enough yardage for the first time to the thirty yard line and now Michigan is forced to turn over the ball for the second time in this quarter. there are six inches to go over the first dad will potion backer pride here and defy the fact that maybe is leading seven another no Sir that's good football and the crowd and I know what Bhoja backers thinking I'm running this football team I have one eighty eight percent of my ball games in seven years and three games and I have decided the pod and Johnny Anderson who is average thirty eight yards a kick on thirty three five but so far this year is standing back on the fifteenth there is a snap the kick a beautiful high long and the punt return by is number eighty of their catch down there by McConkie at the college the thirty five yard line. a cocky who coming into the ballgame had returned seven or eight and a half and half yard average per return caught the ball raised his hand before hand and caught the ball in a fair catch situation at the midshipmen thirty five yard line at thirty six yard kick with no return check in Michigan's defense checkin navy's offense John.

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Game two of the nineteen seventy series also against the Bruins the results very similar along side. Then is gonna sound stagger. The St Louis blues winning game three. The Stanley Cup final seventy two here in St Louis may have now back in front two games to one in this. Best of seven matchup has the Bruins. Kuka rask's celebrating the net to our right? Herlin back in and they have now won seven of nine. Rogue games here in the playoff, ninety eight five sports sub. So the bees are halfway home to another Stanley Cup championship. Patrice Bergeron defenseman Tori. Crew each scored a goal and had two helpers. Boston's top power play unit three for three with that extra. Skater blues coach Craig Baru bay on Boston success with those special teams. We do have to limit the penalties for sure. We know they have dangerous power with been flirting with danger here the whole series, and it burnt us tonight, but in saying that we gotta do better, killing them tonight. We didn't. Caused them. That's why they the hockey game there's some deflections to one Birger on was a deflection didn't get a stick the one off mistress thick and then so we got to be better kills got to be better at Boston's top line. Brad marchand. Patrice bergeron. David passionate going, no points on even-strength through the first two games five points on this night. Seven goals on the board. Bruins lead the series two games to one game. Four is Monday night. You're listening. Sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. I am Jim Baskerville the NBA finals. Meantime, resume tonight, coverage begins at seven eastern on ESPN radio stations. The winner of game, one of the NBA finals has gone on to win the series. Seventy one percent of the time teams that take two series lead have one eighty eight percent of NBA finals in league history. Toronto is already part of that first percentage, hoping to up it to that second number of eight. He ate, which is why ESPN NBA front office inside our Bobby Moore says game two is a must Golden State. I still feel like Sunday night is must win again for Toronto. They need to go into Golden State up to, they can't be content with a split and then you've gotta steal game in Oakland here. You've got to come back with a game five at them. Worst to, to you can't be down three one to that team. Rapid defense was one of the main reasons they were able to win the opener. They forced Golden State's take tough shots all night, and the warriors, only ten of forty four contested shots. That's twenty three percent their worst than a playoff game under Steve Kirk Hawaii a huge porta that as he's not only about the offense something courage. Well aware of Leonard on what shaped him as such a big time player coming right in a rookie probably just.

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on WLAC

"Seasons. They face Clemson in the national championship game Monday night in pursuit of another title, the crimson tide unbeaten just landed the nation's top recruiting class and have one eighty eight percent of its games in twelve years under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, let's the great question because you know, they have excellent players that every other possession. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of quotas. You can have. So most teams don't have kicking coach per se. Of course as roster limits. So you can't have five on the roster suddenly to have backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama. But I found in my research Irby's unusual Alabama that I think are having a sex as well just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue. Probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at at Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is a usual Alabama is because they're so excellent that everything else a lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through no issuing threats, or you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone Franson peasants to kick the is that really unique to Alabama. People are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not Bama that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's possibly at a different level in Alabama. Because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration as I said, you know, they they're defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogged them, and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just one of a boy at the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones that speak to me, you know, they had some really interesting insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't heard. Elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder. Now the person who who takes a snap. And and actually holds the ball to kick Stephen really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few kegs I talk to you said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running. Offense. Flirting plays coning protecting them. So they don't have much time to spend practicing holding ticker and as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once again in the game or not have the rapport, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same colder and to break that down a little further. It's not just a quarterback. But the starting quarterback that makes a huge difference. Yeah. To type a little I started out you held some lasts. He said that he held some for about half of the season. He's not doing most of the whole now. But a backup quarterback is. But you know, even the backup quarterbacks spend most of their time in practice on the offense. They're still not spending their time with the kicker is practicing hold most of the time. And so you certainly it was kind of an extreme situation. When you start the season with a Heisman? Trophy candidate quarterback holding on kicks in extra points. But they still have a situation where the holder really doesn't spend most of his practice time with the kicker. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman, Alabama and Clemson Monday night, eight o'clock on ESPN thirty minutes after the.

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on WWL

WWL

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on WWL

"Seasons. They face Clemson in the national championship game Monday night in pursuit of another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten just landed. The nation's top recruiting class and have one eighty eight percent of its games in twelve years under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question. Because you know, they have excellent players that every other position. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of quotas. You can have. So most teams don't have. Kicking coach per se. Of course as roster limits. So you can't have five years on the roster seventy two backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama that I found in my research, Irby's, unusual Taliban that I think are having a sect as well. Just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at at Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in high school. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is unusual Taliban is because they're so excellent. At everything else. A lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, they're their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through no issuing threats, or you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone for instance, has missed a kick Rachel is that really unique to Alabama. People are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not make Bama that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level. All Bama because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration as I said, you know, they defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogged them, and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just want to avoid the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones who did speak to me. You know, they had some really interesting insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't heard. Elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder another person who who takes us snap happen. And actually holds the ball to kick Stephen really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few kegs I talked to said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running. Offense. Flirting plays honing them protecting them. So they don't have much time to spend practicing holding the kickers and as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once again in the game or does not have the rapport, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same holder and to break that down a little further. It's not just a quarterback. But the starting quarterback that makes a huge difference. Yeah. To title started out. He he held some last he held some for about half of the season. He's not doing most of the whole canal. But a backup quarterback is. But even the backup quarterbacks spend most of their time in practice on the offense. They're still not spending their time with the kicker is practicing holds most of the time. And so certainly it was kind of an extreme situation. When you start the season with a Heisman? Trophy candidate quarterback holding on kicks in extra points. But they still have a situation where the holder really doesn't spend most of his practice time with the kicker. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman, Alabama and Clemson Monday night, eight o'clock on ESPN thirty minutes after the hour on this weekend. Hey, everyone. You..

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Alabama has won five national championships in the past nine seasons. They face Clemson in the national championship game Monday night in pursuit of another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten just landed. The nation's top recruiting class and have one eighty eight percent of its games in twelve years under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question because you know, they have excellent players that every other possession. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of coaches, you can have. So most teams don't have. Kicking coach per se. Of course, there's roster limit. So you can't have five on the roster to have backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama that I found in my research Irby's unusual Alabama that I think are having affect as well just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at at Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is a usual Alabama is because they're so excellent at everything else. A lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through no issuing threats, or you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone for instance, pessimistic Rachel is that really unique to Alabama. People are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not Bama that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level in Alabama. Because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration as I said, you know, they they're defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogged them and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile game. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even want to talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just one of a boy at the fan backlash that I mentioned the one did speak to me, you know, they had some really interesting insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't heard. Elsewhere is Nick savings choice of holder. Now, the person who takes the sap in and actually holds the ball for the kick Sieben really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few cakes. I talked to you said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running. Off and honing them protecting them. They don't have much time to spend practicing holding ticker and as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once again in the game or does not have the report, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same holder and to break that down a little further. It's not just a quarterback. But the starting quarterback that makes a huge difference. Yeah. To tight started out you held some last helps them for about half of the season. He's not doing most of the whole now. But a backup quarterback is backup quarterbacks. Spend most of their time in practice on the offense. They're still not spending time with the kicker is practicing holds most of the time. And so certainly it was kind of an extreme situation. When you start the season with Heisman? Trophy candidate quarterback holding on kicks an extra point. But they still have a situation where the holder really doesn't spend most of his practice time with the kicker. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman, Alabama and Clemson Monday night, eight o'clock on ESPN thirty minutes after the hour on this weekend. I spent twenty five years at the national security agency. And I know firsthand what's needed by employers in the field of cybersecurity. Learn real world skills from cyber.

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on WLAC

"Seasons. They face Clemson. And the national championship game Monday night in pursuit of another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten just landed. The nation's top recruiting classes have one eighty eight percent of its games in twelve years under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, let's the great question because you know, they have excellent players that every other position. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of quotas. You can have. So most teams don't have. Kicking coach per se. Of course, there's roster limits. So you can't have you know, five years on the roster seventy two to have backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama. But I found in my research Irby's unusual Alabama that I think are having an effect as well. Just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at Bama, but it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is a usual. Bama is because they're so excellent at everything else. A lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, they're their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through know, issuing threats, or you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone Franson pessimistic Rachel is that really unique to Alabama. People are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I think that it's it's possibly at a different level at all Bama because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration as I said, you know, they are defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogs and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just one of the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones that speak to me. You know, they had some really interesting insights, and one of the ones that I really hadn't heard elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder the person who who takes and actually holds the ball for the kick. Really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few kegs I talked to said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense. Flirting plays honing them protecting them. So they don't have much time to spend practicing holding ticker and as a result. These players said, they think that somebody's kickers might be unconquerable once again in the game or circus, not have the report, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same colder and to break that down a little further. It's not just a quarterback. But the starting quarterback that makes a huge difference. Yeah. To title started out you held some last. He said that he helps them for about half of the season. He's not doing most of the whole now. But a backup quarterback is. But even the backup quarterbacks spend most. The time in practice on the offense. They're still not spending their time with the kicker is practicing holds most of the time. And so certainly it was kind of an extreme situation. When you start the season with a Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback holding on kicks in extra points. But they still have a situation where the holder really doesn't spend most of his practice time with the kicker. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman, Alabama and Clemson Monday night, eight o'clock on ESPN thirty minutes after the hour on this weekend..

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Five national championships in the past nine seasons. They face Clemson. And the national championship game Monday night in pursuit of another title, the crimson tide or unbeaten just landed. The nation's top recruiting class and have one eighty eight percent of its games in twelve years under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel bachman. The Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question. Because you know, they have excellent players that every other position. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of quotas. You can have. So most teams don't have a kicking coach per se, of course, as roster limits. So you can't have five kids on the roster seventy two to have backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama that I found in my research, unusual Taliban that I think are having affect as well. Just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think you've done is. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at the Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is a usual tower. Bama is because they're so excellent. That everything else a lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, they're their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through no issuing threats, or you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone for instance, has missed a kick Rachel is that really unique to Alabama. People are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not that. There is backlash on this terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level at all Bama because there really is very little other place to concentrate sands frustration as I said, you know, they they're defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one that has really dogs them, and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just one of a boy that's the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones who did speak to me. You know, they had some really interesting insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't. Heard. Elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder another person who takes the sap in and actually host the ball for the kick. Stephen really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few cases I talked to said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense players haunting them perfecting them. So they don't have much time to spend practicing holding with the kickers. And as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once they get into the game or not have the rapport, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same holder and to break that down a little further. It's not just a quarterback. But the starting quarterback that makes a huge difference. Yeah. To title started out held some last season. He helps them for about half of the. Season. He's not doing most of the whole now. But a backup quarterback is. But you know, even the backup quarterbacks spend most of the time in practice on the offense. They're still not spending time with the kickers practicing holds most of the time. And so certainly it was kind of an extreme situation. When you start the season with a Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback holding on kicks in extra points. But they still have a situation where the holder really doesn't spend most of his practice time with the kicker. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman, Alabama and Clemson Monday night, eight o'clock on ESPN thirty minutes after the hour on this weekend..

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Alabama has won five national championships in the past nine seasons. Face Clemson in the national championship game Monday night in pursuit of another title the crimson tide or beaten just landed the nation's top recruiting classes have one eighty eight percent of its games in twelve years under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, let's the great question because you know, they have excellent players that every other position. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of quotas. You can have. So most teams don't have. A kicking coach per se. Of course, there's roster limits. So you can't have five on the roster suddenly to to have backups ready. If one isn't up to now, and then there are some things that are unique to Alabama. But I found in my research Irby's unusual Alabama that I think are having an effect as well. Just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at at Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is a usual Alabama is because they're so excellent at everything else. A lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through, you know, issuing threats or, you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone for instance, to kick the Rachel that really unique to Alabama. People are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not neat Allah. Bama that there is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level at all Bama because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration does they said, you know, they defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogged them and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile game. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even want to talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just one of a boy at the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones who did speak to me, you know, they had some really interesting insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't heard. Elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder. Now, the person who takes the stop in and actually holds the ball for the kick Stephen really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few cases, I talked to you said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running. Off and Claes, honing them perfecting them. So they don't have much time to spend practicing holding ticker and as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once they get into the game. Or does not have the rapport, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same holder and to break that down a little further. It's not just a quarterback. But the starting quarterback that makes a huge difference. Yeah. To title started out you held some last. These Eddie helps them for about half of the season. He's not doing most of the whole now, but a backup quarterback has. But even the backup quarterbacks spend most of their time in practice on the offense. They're still not spending time with the kicker is practicing holds most of the time. And so certainly it was kind of an extreme situation. When you start the season with a Heisman? Trophy candidate quarterback holding on kicks in extra point. But they still have the situation where the holder really doesn't spend most of his practice time with the kicker. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman, Alabama and Clemson Monday night, eight o'clock on ESPN thirty minutes after the hour on this weekend. I use Twitter information continues to be Frank. We bring information together through stuff. Get updates in one place by connecting linking your world. Clear understanding of the facts on NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM. Fox news. I'm Carmen Roberts. Southern border is a dangerous..

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"They face Clemson. And the national championship game Monday night in pursuit of another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten just landed. The nation's top recruiting class of one eighty eight percent of its games in twelve years under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question. Because you know, they have excellent players that every other position. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of quotas. You can have. So most teams don't have. Have kicking coach per se. Of course as roster limits. So you can't have five years on the roster seventy two to have backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama that I found in my research Irby's unusual Taliban that I think are having sex as well just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think you've done is. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at the Alabama. But it's a it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is a usual Alabama is because they're so excellent that everything else a lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through no issuing threats, or you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone Franson pessimistic Rachel is that really unique to Alabama. People are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level in Alabama. Because there really is very little other place to concentrate sands frustration as I said, you know, they they're undefeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogged them, and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even want to talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just one of a boy that the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones who did speak to me, you know, they had some really interesting. Insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't heard. Elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder. Now, the person who takes happen and actually host the ball for the kick Stephen really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few cases I talked to you said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense. Learn Claes, honing them perfecting them. So they don't have much time to spend practicing holding the kickers and as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once they get into the game. Or does not have the report, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same holder and to break that down a little further. It's not just a quarterback. But the starting quarterback that makes a huge difference. Yeah. To tangle title started out. He he held some last. He said that he helps them for about half of the season. He's not doing most of the whole now. But a backup quarterback is. But no even the backup quarterbacks. Spend most of their time in practice on the offense. They're still not spending time with the kickers practicing holds most of the time. And so certainly it was kind of an extreme situation. When you start the season with a Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback holding on kicks in extra points. But they still have a situation where the holder really doesn't spend most of his practice time with the kicker. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman, Alabama and Clemson Monday night, eight o'clock.

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"Seasons. They face Clemson. And the national championship game Monday night in pursuit of another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten just landed. The nation's top recruiting class one eighty eight percent of its games in twelve years under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this weekend's, Jennifer Kushinka as Ella. Bama. Gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average Rachel Bachman or the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question. Because you know, they have excellent players that every other position. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of quotas. You can have. So most teams don't have kicking coach per se, of course. There's roster limits. So you can't have you know, five on the roster seventy two to have backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama. But I found in my research Irby's unusual Taliban that I think are having sex as well just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at Bama, but it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in high school. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is unusual Alabama is because they're so excellent at everything else. A lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through, you know, issuing threats or, you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone Franson pessimistic to kick the Rachel is that really unique to Alabama. People are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not Bama that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level at all Bama because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration as I said, you know, they are defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogged them, and and tickets have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk, and certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just want to avoid the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones that speak to me. You know, they had some really interesting insights, and one of the ones that I really hadn't heard elsewhere is Nick Stephen's choice of holder another person who takes stop in and actually holds the ball to kick. Really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few kegs I talk to you said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense. Flirting plays honing them perfecting them. So they don't have much time to spend practicing holding ticker and as a result. These players said, they think that some of these kickers might be uncomfortable once again in the game or not have the report, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same older and to break that down a little further. It's not just a quarterback. But the starting quarterback that makes a huge difference. Yeah. To tangle title started out you held some lasts. He said that he helps them for about half of the season. He's not doing most of the whole now. But a backup quarterback is. But you know, even the backup quarterbacks spend most. Of the time in practice on the offense. They're still not spending time with the kickers practicing holds most of the time. And so certainly it was kind of an extreme situation. When you start the season with a Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback holding on kicks in extra points. But they still have a situation where the holder really doesn't spend most of his practice time with the kicker. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman, Alabama and Clemson Monday night, eight o'clock on ESPN thirty minutes after.

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"They face Clemson in the national championship game Monday night in pursuit of another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten just landed. The nation's top recruiting class of one eighty eight percent of its games in twelve years under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question. Because you know, they have excellent players that every other position. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of you can have. So most teams don't have. Kicking coach per se. Of course as roster limits. You can't have you know, five years on the roster me to to have backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama. But I found in my research obese unusual Taliban that I think are having a sex as well just coach Nick Sabin, not emphasized kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue. Probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at the at Alabama. But it's a it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in high school. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is unusual Alabama is because they're so excellent that everything else a lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual. Bama. The backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, they're their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through no issuing threats, or you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone for instance, has missed a kick that Rachel is that really unique to Alabama. People are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not make Alabama that there is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level in Alabama. Because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration as I said, you know, they are defeated this year. They've won five national titles and nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogged them, and and tickets have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just one of a boy at the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones this speak to me. You know, they had some really interesting. Insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't heard. Elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder another person who takes us tap and actually holds the ball for the kick Stephen really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few cases, I talked to you said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense. Flirting plays honing them perfecting them. So they don't have much time to spend practicing holding with the kickers. And as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once they get in the game or not have the report, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same holder and to break that down a little further. It's not just a quarterback. But the starting quarterback that makes a huge difference. Yeah. To title alive. Started out you held some last. He said that he helps them for about half of the season. He's not doing most of the whole canal. But a backup quarterback is. But even the backup quarterbacks spend most of their time in practice on the offense. They're still not spending time with the kicker practicing holds most of the time. And so certainly it was kind of an extreme situation. When you start the season with a Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback holding on kicks in extra points. But they still have a situation where the holder really doesn't spend most of his practice time with the kicker. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman, Alabama and Clemson Monday night, eight o'clock on ESPN thirty minutes after the hour on this weekend. Hey, everyone. Let's all stop what we're doing right now. And take a moment. That felt good..

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05:01 min | 2 years ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Best by let's talk about what's possible lifer. This Alabama has won five national championships in the past nine seasons. They face Oklahoma in a national semifinal tomorrow for the chance to play for another title, the crimson tide, unbeaten they just landed. The nation's top recruiting class and have one eighty eight percent of games in twelve seasons under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this morning. Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question because you know, they have excellent players that every other possession. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of quotas. You can have. So most teams don't have kicking coach. For say. Of course, there's roster limit. So you can't have five figures on the roster seventy two to have backups ready. If one isn't up to now, and then there are some things that are unique to Allah Bama that I found in my research, unusual Taliban that I think are having a sect as well. Just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at at Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're relatively few kickers in high school. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is unusual Obama is because they're so excellent that everything else a lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through, you know, issuing threats or, you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone for instance, to kick the Rachel is that really. Unique to Alabama people are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not Bama that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level at all Bama because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration as I said. Are defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. Really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogs them, and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that. I think some of them may be just want to avoid the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones who did speak to me. You know, they had some really interesting insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't heard elsewhere is Nick Stephen's choice of holder. You know, the person who takes and and actually holds the ball for the kick really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few cases I talked to said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense learning plays honing them protecting them. So they don't have much time to spend the practice in holding Wednesday kickers. And as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once they get in the game, or cause not have the rapport, and the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same holder. It's crazy right Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman with this morning. Jennifer Kushinka, Alabama versus Oklahoma eight PM tomorrow on ESPN thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first From the surface now plumbing traffic.

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04:59 min | 2 years ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Mobile now. Any time of this Alabama has won five national championships in the past nine seasons. They face Oklahoma in a national semifinal tomorrow for the chance to play for another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten. They just landed. The nation's top recruiting class and have one eighty eight percent of games in twelve seasons under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spots? Here's this morning. Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question. Because you know, they have excellent players that every other position. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of crooked you can have. So most teams don't have kicking coach per se roster limits. So you can't have five years on the roster. Definitely to have backups ready. If one isn't up to now, and then there are some things that are unique to Alabama that I found in my research, unusual Taliban that I think are having an effect as well. Just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really unusual Alabama is because they're so excellent that everything else a lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, there are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they'd definitely make it known in some cases, through, you know, issuing threats or, you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone is to kick the Rachel is that really. Unique to Alabama people are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not Bama that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level in Alabama. Because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration as I said, you know, they are defeated this year. They've won five national titles nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogs them, and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them. Maybe just one of a boy aged fan backlash that I mentioned speak to me. You know, they had some really interesting insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't heard. Elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder. Now, the person who takes and actually holds the ball for the kick. Been really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few kegs I talked to said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense. Flirting Claes honing them protecting them because they don't have much time to spend holding ticker. And as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once again in the game or not have the rapport and middle level of that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same holder. That's crazy right Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman with this morning. Jennifer Kushinka, Alabama versus Oklahoma eight PM tomorrow on ESPN thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. From the surface. Dow plumbing traffic center.

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600 WREC

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"National championships in the past nine seasons. They face Oklahoma in a national semifinal tomorrow for the chance to play for another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten. They just landed. The nation's top recruiting class and have one eighty eight percent of games in twelve seasons under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spots? Here's this morning. Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question because you know, they have excellent players that every other possession. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football. There know there are limits to the number of coaches, you can have. So most teams don't have kicking coach per se, of course, as roster limits. So you can't have five kickers on the roster seventy two to have backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama that I found in my research, a recent usual, Alabama that I think are having sex as well just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at at Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is unusual Alabama is because they're so excellent that everything else a lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, they're their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through, you know, issuing threats or, you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone friends to kick the Rachel sent. Really unique to Alabama people are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not Bama that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I think that it's it's possibly at a different level at Alabama. Because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans. There are defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogged them and and have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe just want to avoid the fan backlash that I mentioned the ones that this speak to me, you know, they had some really interesting insights, and one of the ones that I really hadn't heard elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder. You know, the person who takes an actually holds the ball for the kick. David really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few cases I talked to said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense plays coning protecting them for. They don't have much time to spend practicing holding with the kickers. And as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once again in the game or not have the report, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same colder. It's crazy right Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman with this morning. Jennifer Kushinka, Alabama versus Oklahoma eight PM tomorrow on ESPN thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first Traffic coming from the wolf chase Toyota studio wolf chase Toyota once again, Memphis is number one volume store. Good morning right now, we're wrapping up a wreck on mendenhall at walnut grove road. That's mendenhall at walnut grove road. Also, wreck on hats cross just south of Goodman, and traffic is starting to pick up in terms of volume on westbound highway three eighty five at Kirby Parkway ally yourself some extra time if you're traveling that area, but traffic. The Tigers play here. Six hundred Memphis ninety two point one FM HD to Memphis, and I heart radio station..

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Spending time with this Alabama has won five national championships in the past nine seasons. They face Oklahoma in a national semifinal tomorrow for the chance to play for another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten. They just landed. The nation's top recruiting class and have one eighty eight percent of games in twelve seasons under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this morning. Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's great question because you know, they have players that every other possession. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of coaches, you can have some most teams don't have kicking coach per se, of course, as roster limits. So you can't have five on the roster seventy two backups ready. If one isn't up to now, and then there are some things that are unique to Alabama that I found in my research unusual Alabama that I think are having a sect as well just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue is probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at at Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with and one of the things I found that really is unusual tower. Bama is because they're so excellent. That everything else a lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this position. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual, Alabama, the backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through, you know, issuing threats or, you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone for instance, has missed the kick, but Rachel. Really unique to Alabama people are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not Bama that. There is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level at all Bama because there really is very little other place to concentrate fans frustration as I said, you know, they. There are defeated this year. They've won five national titles in nine years. They don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogs them and and tickers have made mistakes and berry high profile game. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even want to talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that. I think some of them may be one of the fan backlash that I mentioned the one did speak to me, you know, they had some really interesting insights in one of the ones that I really hadn't heard. Elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder another person who takes and actually holds the ball for the kick. Stephen really prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few cases I talked to said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense learning plays, honing them perfecting them. So they don't have much time to spend the in holding Wednesday kickers. And as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once they get into the game or not have the report, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same colder, Craig. Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman with this morning. Jennifer Kushinka, Alabama versus Oklahoma eight PM tomorrow on ESPN thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. KOA NewsRadio time four thirty quarter. The federal government still shut down.

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"one eighty eight percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Prevent wildfires. Extra spending time of this Alabama has won five national championships in the past nine seasons. They face Oklahoma in a national final tomorrow for the chance to play for another title, the crimson tide are unbeaten. They just landed. The nation's top recruiting class and have one eighty eight percent of games in twelve seasons under head coach Nick Sabin. What's the weak spot? Here's this morning. Jennifer Kushinka as Alabama gears up to try to win it six national football title in ten years. It may have only one flaw kickers who are below average. Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal has delved into this mystery and has more Rachel with a crimson tide consistently head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of college football. Why are they having any kicking woes? Well, that's a great question because you know, they have excellent players that every other possession. But one of the issues is that it's difficult to develop kickers everywhere in college football there. You know, there are limits to the number of quotas. You can have. So most teams don't have is kicking coach per se. Of course, as roster limits, and you can't have you know, five years on the roster seventy two backups ready. If one isn't up to snuff. And then there are some things that are unique to Alabama. But I found in my research, a recent usual, Alabama that I think are having a sex as well just coach Nick Sabin. Not emphasize kickers. Oh, I think he does. I think this issue in probably driving him crazy over his twelve year stint at Alabama. But it's it's a very difficult thing. You know, they're they're they're relatively few kickers in highschool. So the talent pool is smaller to begin with at one of the things I found that really is unusual Alabama is because they're so excellent. Everything else. A lot of the fan frustration really concentrates on this decision. So when kicker messes up, which is not terribly unusual Alabama. The backlash tends to be really extreme at Alabama particular. And of course, their fans are legion. And are, you know, famous for their devotion in general? And so when something is bothering them, they definitely make it known in some cases through, you know, issuing threats or, you know, really nasty messages on social media when someone Franson peasants to kick butt Rachel that really unique to Alabama people are getting so nasty on social media. Well, that's a great question. It's not leaked Alabama that there is backlash on those terrible behavior on social media. I do think that it's it's possibly at a different level at all Bama because there really is very little other place to concentrate stands frustration as I said, you know, they. I defeated this year. They've won five national titles and nine years. They really don't mess up in many other areas. And so this is the one bugaboo that has really dogs them, and and tickers have made mistakes and very high profile games. Which also I think sort of like exacerbates the fan reaction. We're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, Rachel, I know you reached out to some of those kickers who have messed up in the past. And they didn't even wanna talk to you. Right. Yes. A few wouldn't talk. And I certainly understand that I think some of them maybe one of a boy a jet fan backlash that I mentioned the ones that did speak to me, you know, they had some really interesting insights, and one of the ones that I really hadn't heard elsewhere is Nick Sabin choice of holder. Now, the person who takes the south and and actually holds the ball the kick, really? Prefers quarterbacks to do this to add this to their duties, but a few kegs I talked to said that may not be the best idea because in practice quarterbacks really have to spend most of the time, of course, running the offense learning plays, honing them perfecting them. So they don't have much time to spend practicing holding ticker and as a result. These players said they think that somebody's kickers might be uncomfortable. Once they get into the game or not have the rapport, and you know, the level of ease that you might have if you spent most of your practice time with the same holder. That's crazy right Wall Street Journal reporter, Rachel Bachman with this morning. Jennifer Kushinka, Alabama versus Oklahoma eight PM tomorrow on ESPN thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. Hi, we're the Google dolls. We're fortunate that our daughters have what they need to grow and learn, but that isn't the case for nearly thirteen million kids in the.

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