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Gamecocks Women's Basketball Coach Dawn Staley on Navigating the Pandemic

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:23 min | Last week

Gamecocks Women's Basketball Coach Dawn Staley on Navigating the Pandemic

"Coach daily joins us now from texas where I hope you've had a good day coach. Thank you for joining us. And i know it's an exciting but also very pressurized time for you and your team it it is. It's actually you know. It's it's been cooler san antonio meaning you know. I know you know we've been holed up in the in the hotel for about two weeks now but for somebody like me who's introvert. I feel at home but you get a chain to compete for for a trip to the final four. And that can keep you focused and and keep everything besides that in the forefront of your mind so our players are doing great they are thank them for you know or not me being one of those coaches that you know kobe's been hard. The players did this or that. And i think our players because they they sacrifice of course but they didn't make it not a and then making a hardship. They just said this is what we have to do. Egypt changes that we have to make in our routine. I wanna compete for national championship is par for the course and that is how they approached it every single day of this plan that

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"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:32 min | Last month

"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And what does the rest of the the golf schedule look like from a fan standpoint. So last week there was supposedly five thousand fans at bay hill. Every player that played that we did. I've spoken to in every person that was at that. Tournament said there was way more than five thousand. Ten thousand is the number that they're throwing around out here book tour is saying and what. Tv sawgrass is saying is they're expected to be about twenty to twenty five percent capacity. That's fantastic but nobody knows what the number is of what full capacity really is so ten thousand is the number that you're hearing but i'll tell you this if the big names are playing great off and the weather is forecast which looks perfect up in about the low seventies without a chance of rain whatsoever. I would expect to see pretty good sized crowds. Of course it's not going to be one hundred percent every holes not going to be packed. But you're going to see even bigger sized crowds than we saw an arnold palmer and that's a good thing every golfer that i talked to says how much they missed. Having the fans in having those cheers and roars and they didn't know how much they miss them until they got a little taste them. Last week at auto palmer michael collins from the players and more than anything just means that winter is about over when we're seeing michael collins on our television screen michael so great to see you and can't wait to see you soon. Thanks man that. Hey america's caddy is on. Espn two tonight. They put my ears. We ever plus chill. Tv hotel the body but watches at seven. O'clock on seven okay. Seven o'clock saw. I saw i saw. I saw it on the listen. I've always been impressed with the programmers at espn. Now i'm even more impressed. They finally got it right. So seven o'clock tonight. Make sure you watch and your life will never be the same again. I've probably won't wonder the one and only michael collins joining us from pontevedra. We were heading into the break here. More of your phone calls more guests including the latest unless miles and jeff long both of them unemployed as of this hour man thinks change quickly enlarged kansas. We are coming right back. Listening to the paul finebaum show podcast fun. Conversation there with michael collins At the at the players in leonard is up next in florida. Hello leonard oh paul leonard thompson here. I was just passing the players club. Wow and i wanted to congratulate you for being the first journalist that i know of to call this a major championship. Well thank you. This is not a major. There are no majors. Well leonard for those. Who don't know was a longtime touring pro from the university of florida. What is this tournament like. Oh oh wake forest wake forest let me let me repeat leonard longtime touring pro from wake forest to who lives in florida and leonard. Wake forest is a pretty strong reputation for golf with arnold palmer. Being the leonard. What what is it like to play in this tournament. Pretty just coasted as michael collins gave you a great a great interview. You can't pick you can't pick a favorite here. This golf course doesn't favor anyone. It's it's so difficult on every level that you really have to be on top of every part of your game to play. well here is just. I played in twenty three of them. I think and. I don't think i ever played get. I may be finished eighth or ninth one year but this is just a really hard place to play golf. If you get any weather at all any. I mean ten miles. An hour wind here is is is a disaster for most guys and it's always had that reputation as the fifth major But in terms of the players love it do they not. I mean this is their course absolutely. I mean this is our tournament. We started this in nineteen seventy four and i think it was atlanta country club and then it was colonial one year and then it was an inventory one year and then we came to vedra at sawgrass country club for the first five years and we actually had a day at sawgrass called Black friday which is yes. Average score was seventy nine point nine for the best two hundred forty four players in the world and it kind of went from there to the to the current players club where it's played now. It's just it's just a really difficult of course that that our guys are guys. I'm tired of seeing. These guys are so good you saw last week. How good they are and this place can bring them right to their knees. If if it's if they get any weather at all it is just almost impossible to play well leonard. I'm up against the very end of the hour. We'll just get cut off. And i want to thank you again. It's always it's always cool to catch up with you and look forward to visit again. Variously and leonard thompson longtime pg touring pro and a really.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:47 min | Last month

"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"A busy busy afternoon here with so many guests as we are getting ready for the sec basketball tournament and an hour and a half from now in national certainly Today and tomorrow so many commemorations of a year ago as the kovic story on this particular wednesday was starting to really become frightening at this point on that wednesday a year ago The ncw had just announced There would be no fans for the for the tournament week off and it was later in the evening. That the sec announced the same thing it was also the night that rudy gobert became. Ill during a game. Tom hanks And his wife. Rita wilson they covert and by the next day the entire world had literally come to a stop so Back to the calls. We are okay. i wasn't sure. Let me bring in michael collins. Now i thought i thought we were about to hook up with him and we have done that. Now michael i. I don't know why. I kept you waiting shirt. I could see you from from a couple of hundred miles away. Good afternoon my friend. How are you may let me just tell you. I love the way that you tease. This golf segment saying the first major of the year. Even though a lot of people don't want to call it that and look man. I miss talking to you. So i had to bust out the pink william murray. Just because i know. If i'm going to be talking to my boy paul finebaum i bring the heat. That's what i do secretly. I really like it and ordering online as we speak. Don't don't don't don't mind me. I wanna ask you about this tournament because this is just such save fantastic event. I've had the pleasure of being there a few times and it. It isn't a major but describe but how important is this of that is to the players but it is a major. I mean think about it. It's got the biggest purse. We're playing for fifteen million this week. The winner's getting two point. Seven million dollars. That's the biggest thing golf and it's the strongest field. We've got forty eight of the top fifty golfers here and one of the only reasons that the other guys aren't here is there. Hurt like brooks koepka pulled out. Because he's hurt. He's got a knee issue so other than that every single year. This place has the strongest field in golf and has the biggest person but the beauty of the players championship. Here at sawgrass is the golf course. It doesn't suit one style player..

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"pat bradley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

13:00 min | 2 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"June. Just a couple of months from now she'll be going into the world golf hall of fame in ceremonies at Pebble Beach during the US open championship along with Peggy Kirk bell receive Goosen Billy Payne and Dennis Walters. And we have today on T green Janu. I know you mentioned your friendship with the Libyan Newton John before we went to the break, and it just jogged my memory. I had a chance to interview her on the telephone once on on the radio and early early in my career at a radio station. I worked at how she doing these days. She actually doing well, listen to, you know, a lot of their poets that she's not. But I mean, she's got such a great attitude, and she's so positive and she and she's doing both. She does the conventional as well as alternative, which is what are her charity does in strategy. So hopefully, she's you know, she's going to be okay. You. Go back and talk about your career little, but you started back in nineteen seventy four came out with the bang. You're the rookie of the year that year along the way you collected sixteen wins on the L PGA tour and three major championships in eighty one Demari a in eighty two the LPGA championship and in eighty three the US women's open any of those that. You look back on now and feel best about or stand out most to you. I think that that all three of them, you know, really important because major something that you really recognize them each one of them with special that eighty one, you know, with the Damara which was the Canadian Open was very important because the Peter Jackson because it with my major, and I had you know, I was I had to make a putt to win which was you know, unusual 'cause usually I I was afraid runner. But I remembered that week before we play Rochester, New York, and I missed a couple of putts coming down the stretch and have readily Nancy Lopez where you know, I think pet one that one and ANSI finished second. So I think so when I was one winning the Peter Jackson. I would I was winning wire-to-wire. And then of course, Nancy birdie seventeen with about a forty five foot. I was watching a head because I was in the last group and then pep rally birdie eighteen so both of them then would hide and if I didn't make birdie on the last hall, I was to go into a playoff with them. And I wasn't looking forward to that. Because my playoff record was terrible. I think it was one for six I didn't wanna go into a playoff with them. And so I had to make about a twelve foot putt downhill left to right and was in the last group, and in those days we played with metal spikes because I remember my father was kidding me. So it was extra special. And I remember what both set, you know, knelt down to look at the putt. And all I could see a spike marks they looked like mountains. And I remember thinking to myself, there's no way this fucking go in his many spike box and some with setting because I was in the last group those on TV, and I remember thinking L in the world is just gonna go in. So when it went in it was really really special. And then of course, I got and I remember I was so nervous. I was shaking so bad. I was scared to actually ground the clubbing taste I hit the bowl. And when I made it everybody though, she's just so good putter. She's just so cool, calm collected. And they have no idea. What I was thinking. Yeah. Yeah. Made it like a true champion who you mentioned a couple of you know. Nancy lopez. Pat, Bradley was what was pretty good rivalry going amongst net. Not just yourself in those two but all the top golfers at that time female. That's a great question. Because I I would think of all of the peop-, you know, when I when I think of all the people that have gotten to play with like when I came over to rookie, you know, some of the top Louis sides and Patty Berg was playing Mickey. Right. So I got to play with them for at least a couple of years. So it was really citing you think the era that really I played my best goal. So we played, and it's just like you say Nancy Lopez, and and pep Radley, petty, she and Amy Alcott, and and then he's got busy king and Beth, and it was so many fantastic players that he was hard to win because they also good, you know, nowadays, they might be a hundred thirty players, but we only we had about fifteen that were really good. So he was hard to break through and win because they were so good. Oh, great. And every one of those gophers you mentioned we've had on our radio show been all fantastic to talk to talk about their careers through the years as well. So did you have a best friend or a couple of best friend among that group? Well, I didn't think any of the set any friends three competitive that's still funny as I remember the first time we played about paid with Pat Bradley in alleges that was first seniors event, and you know, it was a pretty big event. And and that was like going up to the to the volunteers and talking and I'm like, Pat, we like to hope behind what are you doing? And she said, you know, I feel so bad because not only did not speak to you never said, thank you to any volunteers. So I'm trying to make up for it. And I said well, you cut makeup one toward the 'cause we're gonna get penalized. But it was as that's the attitude. Everybody is so happy to be competing that. Now, even though we still want to be each other's brains out when we get on the course, it's just a different atmosphere, and you know, like you talked about. Savoring really look back now and enjoy the whole thing. I mean, Amy Alcott same thing. I mean, you know, she was so lovely when I got when I was third into the hall of fame. And she said, you know, this is so overdue. You were such a great player in a hug worker and did so much for the tour, and it's like she would never said that thirty twenty years ago. Jim Stevenson on the Tedi green guess line. She is still competing on the women's senior golf tour which she helped to found a co found back in two thousand back in the nineteen eighties. Jan let's talk about ladies golf and sex feel which you couldn't really talk about. Jan Stephen is talk about one or the other without talking about the name. Jan stevenson. How did all that happen? Other than the fact that you are and were very attractive woman. Thank you. When I first came over that we had a new Commissioner in nineteen seventy five and he had come from the NHL. And he goes, we need to change his whole image of the tour because it's, you know, the players are great, they're fun. And and knowing this cute girls out there. So he kind of because I was from another country at all we'll just start with with me. And I just started playing well, and and one in seventy six so he's this is going to be the new so they say she caught play. And so he asked me if I would do a lot of pictures and would have new program that would go out to each in that would be inserted in out in a programs at the tournaments. And so we did a bunch of photos, of course, at coast, you know, of big oproll, and then I was the first person to play metal woods, and then with tayla may they signed a contract with me in nineteen eighty that said that if I win a major than my contract would be doubled. And so they didn't and they they didn't take the insurance policy and so. I want three majors. So now, my my endorsement was so I the Taylor may change me. And said, would you mind if we do a poster and see if we can get some of them money back like no care, you've got four days to do whatever you want commotion. So we did the calendar with the script blown up and which became the second. Excuse me posters became the second largest selling post next Farah Fawcett. And so I think they got their money back on that. Yeah. I think so so so off away from the course off the course, did you have a lot of endorsement deals back. Then. Oh, yes. It was. And I got invited to obviously do a lot of corporate outings. And you know, a lot of the member of members tournaments and then pay quite a bit of money. So I spent most of my Mondays if I wasn't helping the toured in the seventies. I was spent most of my Mondays signing you potential sponsors with the OPA. So I fly out on the Sunday, meet with potential sponsors in New York, and we'd play golf, and they would signed contracts but in the eighties by them. We had the contract signed. So I did a lot of traveling on Sunday nights to to do Monday golf outing company. So it was a very busy schedule. Obviously, the the sex appeal part of Jan Stevenson's golf career was a big part of it back in the nineteen eighties. If you were playing today with that be would that still be a component? You think? Oh, I definitely think. So I mean nowadays when the girls, you know, they have some money to do certain things. But I think it would be a totally different situation with between probably even the biggest off because Twitter and social media. I'm sure I would have some kind of podcast be doing a lot more. But it any thought I mean, there's no question that that girls like Alexi, and you know, some of these young players have really got, you know, on life because I know I've been through it. So I definitely think it would be a big deal. But not as controversial. It would just be nice. It'd be a nice lucrative deal. How was the money back then in ladies golf, the money was small, I know when I won the open, I think I won fifty around fifty thousand and now they win six or seven hundred thousand for the open so huge difference in prize money, and they still know any of the men's except for the Mejia's. So that part of it is was different. That's why I didn't. You know, you do a corporate outing you'd get paid equal to a second pry ply because he was kept saying why didn't you just stay playing golf because you could have been eating one more tournaments. But what it realizes that you offered second-place money for one day to turn that down when you finally retired quote unquote from the LPGA tour was that tough. Call tough decision for you or read it was it was that's a good one too because I never facially retired because they actually kept saying do you wanna have fair witch where we say goodbye to your what you sponsors and like Nancy did. But we all tees Nancy had two or three farewell towards because she didn't want to she wanted to come back because she missed it so much, and I was afraid that I would do the same thing. So I said, no, no, I don't want one that I never really had one because I didn't want to quit. And so I didn't wanna say I was quitting. You know? And I thought out senior would take off. So I kinda wanted to do both. And then I got into business and charity work. So I never. I did. So I actually regret that I didn't agree and have a good bye tour since two thousand on the women's senior golf tour, which is now known as the legends tour. You won six tournaments twenty three top ten finishes. So are you satisfied with your career on the legends tour or maybe could it have been better? At the fine. I feel like by the time. We really got some torn minutes. I was almost again. It's too late for me because it's hard to compete legend stores started at forty five because he wanted to get Nancy in and so girls coming from the tour at forty five concil really play. In fact, they can still play fifty and fifty five and and I just think that I kind of missed the window a nice still love to compete in miss that pot desperately. And probably that's why I work so hard at my alcohol because it is so competitive and such a man's world. It's like I'm determined to make it so I guess that's where I've moved my my competition, my competitive nature, and and so that part of it. I you always miss competing every athlete that ever talk to the part. They really miss and they don't really wanna walk away. There's a now a women's u s Senior Open are you playing enough this year? I am planning on playing in that, which means it. I've only got two weeks to get my game in shape. I'm actually after this. I'm ready to go practice and everybody's in shock because I said, I'm shutting down wyking everybody for two weeks, which of course, it won't happen. But that's what I told everybody. And then you're onto the Pacific northwest for a legend to revenge in Kingston, Washington a week before the hall of fame induction. I know that's going to be so exciting know for how play I'm gonna be so excited, but it was really nice at the sponsors because they actually finished the tournament on the Saturday. So that we could get there on Sunday because the past all of the hall of fame has had a private dinner where they give a dinner to the new inductees. And so that's apparently very special. So there's quite a few of the whole famous playing in Washington. So the sponsor stay let's finish on Saturday. So everybody could still play now that and make it which was really nice. Peggy Kirk Bill time US open champion Goosen Billy Payne of masters fame and Dennis Walters. And Jan Stevenson going into the world golf hall of fame.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Had talked to Pat Bradley of the SEC network pet. We appreciate you spend some time with us today. Oh, it is. My pleasure. You can't make this is like Christmas all over again. Right. The four days. What we love man. Oh, it is. Awesome. Now, I you know that you're with the SEC SEC network. I just want to ask you earlier today. LSU Maryland, how far do you think? The Tigers can legitimately go in this tournament. Man. I'm telling you got when you look at it. Check all the boxes Ellis has it. They've got the athleticism. Cavill, big Williams and Williams Nasreen talking about, you know, six eleven six ten they get on the glass. They also have about. Guys, devin. Guy thirty five percent or more from the three point line. So they have a lineup out there. Five guys that can knock down the three. And then they've got. Quite possibly one of the best point guards in the nation. Not quite absolutely one of the best point guards amazing from all waters. He made that game winning shot today. You can break down a defensive get great division ball hawk. He knows defensively review FCC and spills. So when you add all those things up in front of defensive standpoint that so long they they they get in passing lanes creek turnovers. So they check all the boxes and they they would struggled against Maryland zone making shots but Scala maze. Another one of the guards was able to make enough jump shot to to put them over the edge against Maryland. But they've built to make I I would say that I could make the final four. They really could. I'm telling you there that balance. I want to stick on the SEC. Clearly when when you talk about college basketball, do Carolina ACC gets credit. The big big Tim number teams. They've got in the tournament this year. Do you think the SEC gets the credit they deserve as far as being one of the top leagues in the country? Yeah. We never get enough credit. Listen, I played at Arkansas from Boston went to Arkansas played in the late nineties right out. You know with goes Richardson and made that run back to back. Final is. So it was big time heyday right in in in the nineties with Kentucky. Has always been there. But above five five six seven years ago. The three teams in the NC double A tournament last year. We had eighteen this year. Seven teams what happened was the SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey said we are going to make sure that we're competitive basketball. The institutions said, let's do this. So they hired the coaches you see Ben Holland, Mississippi State, Rick Barnes and Tennessee in. I was just going to talk about Avery Johnson. Alabama at the time where they hired all these guys in and then, but what happened was the schools will like, yeah, we're gonna invest money in facilities are gonna get coaches. The coaches are going to get the player's fan base is gonna get excited, and it this is just to be. The SEC basketball because of the commitment from the schools. It's just gonna keep getting better. I mean there was you know, we had seven in this year. But you had Bama Arkansas South Carolina was somewhat on the bubble to get another eight or even nine so it's just gonna continue to get better. But it it comes down to the schools in the conference making it a priority. And that's what they've done. You're listening to Dickerson and hood on ESPN radio and the golden Mike wells filling in for Jeff and Jonathan we're talking to Pat Bradley of the SEC network, and you can hear him tomorrow as he joins the Dickerson and who had fraternity of rotating holes as you'll be on with Jonathan tomorrow for the Sunday show. You know, look, this is a really fun laidback show. You'll have a ball tomorrow. I can't wait to hear. Oh, I know you guys a great time. I love it focus on the microphone, and you got one eye on the TV. I'm watching the game. Oh, it's hard. It's tough. Back to the basketball back to the basketball other teams that are left in the SEC who has the best chance of winning the whole thing. Man. I of course, I know I I'm watching this through SEC glasses. But I look at Tennessee. And I got Tennessee my final four Kentucky and my final four Duke, and and Gonzaga and final four. Had you stole my partner for man. That's what I'm talking about. Crazy after all. Thanks. Say that with Tennessee check this out in that region. And it's Virginia they play Iowa. Perdue ten out of the sixteen teams in that region. Are the slowest pace teams in the country above three out of three hundred and fifty two teams ten of them are above three hundred in their pace of play this slow. They grind it out. Right. So Tennessee, the thing that we've we've been saying about Tennessee this entire year is they can play any style. If you want to slow down, they can isos Scofield. They can I so grant Williams get it on the block if you wanna speed it up. They got one of the fastest point guys that was in the country Jordan bone trust me, this kid has figured out over the last couple of years how to play the point guard position. But he's so quick we timed at one time the ball went through. They got it out of bounds less than four seconds. He was later. In on the other end up. So they can play fast. They can play slow. They've got shooters they've got toughness leadership. So I think that's what makes them so dangerous. They could play any style. And then, you know, Kentucky obviously coming out of that region. If you go Chok, then they will eventually play think after Wofford Houston, and then and then North Carolina will, you know mean no Carolina's playing bugs good as anybody. So that's a coin flip game. So I I would focus on Tennessee and Kentucky because LSU I mean, that's a tall task if they can beat Michigan state, and then do and then and then you have Florida who I actually think Florida matches up Michigan pretty good. They'll tell so far in that game. Pat out, you know, we we would be doing a disservice. If we did not as a Zion and John Mirant question for some reason, everybody wants to get on the bus all of a sudden, it's like nobody knew who John Mirant was all during the regular season. You not wondering what basketball will you watch. And how did you not hear about the kid? But now he moving up to that. Or some people are saying he might be able to move out for the number one overall pick who was better suited who who's game is more NBA ready. It might even be even. But I want to get your thoughts on that. Yeah. That's been really it seems like the discussion even though I mean do SEC games on Saturday and do SEC network during the week. It seems like every time we're talking like with with everybody even in the SEC. How does I on translate to the NBA? And I think what's what's important to note is that at eighteen. He. Still is going to improve. Like this kid is no joke. She's like ten years away from being in his prime. Gary basketball player like mentally is probably like twenty seven twenty eight is when they enter their prime when the game is just like, you think of the greats. I mean, that's when their stock to take over. And then the body starts to break down. You know, maybe thirty three thirty four years old. And with Ron's case thirty probably forty. But so so now you look at okay. What's what I love about? The ion is he's extremely unselfish. He he understands defense like he knows how important that is even last night. He made a few. I would call him rookie defensive mistakes just letting guys back door you things like that. But he's willing. He's willing to learn. He's willing giving passer. He's unselfish Asia. Hung up on his jump shot. I mean, all right. He's got he's gonna have twenty four seven three hundred sixty five days you get to work on the next year. Don't get paid to work on jump shot. So with John Moran. You know, he's got a unbelievable vision his size. I mean, he's not a big point guard. I would say at this point, John Moran. Probably would have more of an impact or early on just because it's the point guard position spray the floor can shoot it. He can he can find guys, but long term. I think I on just based on his size six eight like to whatever you selling the number. You you could see him probably being more effective than all star down the line. And both guys will be NBA. All stars. I I'm hesitant to say that either one of those guys are gonna be, you know, the number one guy on the championship team, that's next level stuff. But they can. Certainly be one of three or four on a championship team. Hey, Pat, we know a super busy day for you. So we really appreciate you spending some time with us this afternoon. Thank you. Appreciate you. Coming up next. We will talk about the Izzo effect as a parent. How would you feel about sending your kid to Tom Izzo and being discipline? The way he disciplined his player the other day. It's the golden Mike wills this Dickerson and hood on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Tommaso.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Right he he gave up three earned runs in six innings fine i think he's going to be a good decent pitcher i don't think he's going to be a number one guy i don't see it as of right now maybe i'll maybe i'm going to be wrong maybe for but i think he's gonna be a decent pitcher but i think his is ability swing the bat his swing is so natural the lefty the way it fly i mean it looks smooth it doesn't look like a pitcher swing at all at all and i think the availability for him to have the kind of success that he's had at the plate it's been remarkable but more importantly than that he's not gonna keep up the streak of home runs every single time he plays at home that's not going to happen but what it's done is it's bringing more people to the shop pat bradley shot for them here in the.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Espn radio espn app sirius xm channel eighty was great college basketball season they came to a conclusion really last night when the john r wooden award player of the year was presented by wendy's it's the most prestigious individual honor for college basketball was awarded to the most outstanding player who's also making progress towards earning a degree it went to none other than jalen brunson villanova who took home the award last night after winning the national championship on monday night in san antonio texas is brought to you by wendy's proud sponsor of the two thousand eighteen john r wooden award player of the year that was that was the scene last night in la everybody was out for that one it was large it was a scene is seen oh that's that's that's the mantra was like okay the two events you could go to this week in la was either the rampage premier because the rock was in town okay or and they had a ton of people there for that one or you wanted to be for the john r wooden award last night and hanging out with restated seth greenberg jay williams and jay bilas i mean that's that's what you wanted to do so you'll live took you took you to both though you had last night helicopter brought you to cozy i'm not kobe i don't have that i don't have that as part of the festivities last night i did the artistic drawing story time of john wooden career it was pretty fun if you had a chance to see the show hopefully you liked it the locker room on espn radio that voices pat bradley mine is sean forum and we roll on this afternoon in it amazes me by the way i got up during the break and we were talking i said you know what i'm in my son's room that's where the internet hookup is for me to be able to do the show i envision you sitting on like one of the like a children's chair like one of those small cheers small desks and like your knees coming up to your shoulders right now when you when you're saying you're doing it in your kids i'm actually on it i'm on the carpet square in the middle of.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"To execute defensive game plan number one that's where they hang their hat number to execute an offense game plan probably for me the most important thing is nation's beaches eighty five to eighty and they can beat you're sixty five to sixty can you want to deal with that temple so buffalo kentucky to me kentucky as a tough matchup because tennessee can do with so many different ways and they don't beat themselves pat bradley joining us sec network analysts college basketball analyst let's talk real quick about what we saw last night here in charlotte pat as you're watching you and bc and ask jay the same thing as you're watching this happen at what point did you believe that actually could well i you know i'm just i guess some athletes is superstitious and that's where i am too so i was watching with some people that with the tournaments it was milady so i didn't want to tell her that this is something history is in the making to to be honest with you i didn't think it was going to happen until maybe less than two minutes left in the game i just could not wrap my mind around the fact that this team was able to not only gets the lead keep the weeds but extend the lead like do you like that to me is mind blowing how they able to extend this lead now realize you don't want it's a five minutes and you're down twelve you sort of get out of character and trying.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"There are audit at yang but i will watch if tiger continues to play well watch our whole out no no no i may nonoecd holds today to be frank but give targets is the play well i will watch the next major which otherwise i would welcome to this too much an amazing if tigers playing well and has a chance after hampton hi how 'bout this if tiger tiger wins the tournament would you go to a major now angle into a major of america it seems like a million whole thing leg tv is better for me oh right like it's got a tv got some food what i need to walk around never been ogata in your life have now really what i need to walk around followed ease food for you don't have to follow and those there two i'm good coming up pat bradley ncc network house basilenos and he has been rehearsed is going to join us it's the morning rush on espn radio information even if you ship was across the country we travel well it's the morning gross on espn radio and the s p at app we're presented by progressive insurance guests on the show appear via the cell pennzoil performance line by the by dominique the college basketball season is reached selection sunday oh and that means the windies would watch has begun the john or would men's player of the year award presented by wendy's is the most prestigious individual honoring college basketball awarded to the country's most outstanding player who was also making progress toward earning a degree good espn dot com and search wouldn't watch for the list of the wooden award top fifteen nominees to watch as the tournament roles on its brought to you by wendy's proud sponsor of the 2018 john are wouldn't player of the year right now on the sheldon's over former line pat bradley sec network college hoops analysts he also has locker room on espn radio on saturday afternoons pat it's a big day bolo what's going on answer me this question does oklahoma deserve to be an second question wilder.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Yeah and that's you know duke fans are getting used to it no get used to it more next year what with the maybe one of the great recruiting classes we've ever seen anywhere sean is in on carrio john good afternoon good afternoon paul healthy you laura i wish show is in the show me state to watch some asking passing from it off settle for a tv we're glad you're watching on tv well actually are not watching you laura um we didn't get the sec network appear in canada we to work on that he is willing to talk through a prime minister trudeau about you get him on the phone paul i probably can yes oh well if he could skippy could helping out there paul i greatly appreciate it anyway that much probably the only place in the world you can't get the sec network now the us the s p n app i hope sean you've got to have the as yet take do maybe even okay gold all i'm not sure but that they get the network up there not the north role they get it and an article but not to north pole okay you're seeing santa clauses that's an anti essay as the that's that's not good this means more and by the way guys congratulations on the gold medal in women's hockey you earn dick you were also on behalf of the united states of america accept anyway my question prejudge today is um it's been very interesting uh listening and team different points of view on now just see the whole landscape of what's going on with uh the nc aa and um the amateurism and i was just interested paul and lar if if either one of you has had a chance to discuss this with uh mr sunny but caro um i know he's not the biggest fan for the nt aa and uh i believe they've they've attempted to try and mitch construe or misunderstand what mr brie caro's um up point of emphasis was if those who don't know sunny uh i think was the original was nike adidas a camera which company it will be paul you right yeah he was he was one that started the association with shoe companies and famous athletes like michael jordan and others but i i broad talk.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You'll see more her this week i promise you a healthy you to laura wait you look down the silent drew dayglo shoot it's lar idea we'll take a short list i'm so some sort of a break we're we're in st louis missouri i think attention shoppers clean up on fire fourteen stick the bucks cleanup on august fourteen burnt upper someone dropped a jar pickles pickles up supen superman current causing a pickles the lead boxing at a big box door surprising what's not surprising how much you could say fly switching to guy couch maybe there which has the lights on in the parking lot geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more geico portugal the jaermann nelly behind this oh my goodness this is a side of the sec basketball tournament casual wondering why we were in st louis it begins here shortly and lar with us in delighted to be joined by coach way from lsu coach oh welcome thank you that's an says sec basketball like snow in st louis where i am right gal i agree with you you're not going to get great weather track better weather related last night it was it was snowing everywhere but st louis is a great city they've really opened up here downtown it's all sec territory now so it's exciting exciting time to be here it wasn't just snow though coach it was like a swirling everything all over the place you mentioned the hospitality here and what it's been like so far you just had shootaround with your team obviously shootarounds you can't tell that much but what did they seem like in what you might expect from this tournament from them while we practiced earlier on today at another an offside and then we just came in here route 3 really just shot i one of our guys to get a feel for the room ordered our guys to stay loose we didn't do a whole lot and try to try to try to make it too complicated so i really just a matter of our guys getting a feel for the arena getting a feel for the for the rooms for the goals for the depth perception that's what we spend our 40 minutes in here doing and we did our real work earlier today across town in a.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Talk about that yeah you you you make a lot more money route you'd be no truce confidence is everything we hope you can build confidence in your ghazi tell them keep shooting the guys that you know can choose the once he can't shoot you don't want him to shoot hey you don't ignore it that's enough for it's it's hard to tell players nowadays not to shoot or its coo added your open for reason he took a shot we didn't want you to give your open because the other team wanted you he's come enough i realize coaches good go were were people tell them that this is different i mean we're in missouri first time the sec has been here as a coach i know you don't get hung up on anything other than trying to win games but does it matter where you play a talking about national of st louis i i guess how trying to be automatic well our as a coach who will play as close as is to your hometown as possible so hopefully more people can get there so it in in a like a like warm weather that's all i can tell you yeah he was a little chilly over there i coach i was about the bar your jacket because on her who were playing on ice we don't play on ice in texas the blues play here they're pretty popular in st louis coach there is a story that i heard and i don't know if you were part of this but we're anm went to see a farmer something while playing in a tournament near here and i just totally off base or did offers courage did you take a trip to thar one.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

"On the pope that we wear of that we almost use to hide our brilliance that we used to make other people feel comfortable on and by other people i think who has no specifically what i mean so i think what happened this weekend is not only did we see it on the screen but i think we walked into the magic that is the black woman i think that we were our organic selves i think that with the the headdresses an an and and the natural hair and and and end the face pain and the warrior attire m the the the regal capes and the headdresses and head wrapped him a galas and you is beautiful because i think that what he did is is it it tapped into the africanised in us if that makes sense like i posted on on on instagram what i wore to the movie and as i was you know about town with it on the number of people who stop me black white asian it it was literally like they were mesmerized and i think that it was because we were aesthetically returning home and i think that's what we were walking into and that's what we saw on the screen as i say that that was beautiful were also want to highlight the people who were passing out police who were like dancing the martian into because it's it's it shows like our whole culture in i love how it it it it that kinda ties into removing that clothed her and just be extra nb organically who we are to suffer harry pat bradley eight highly today that it was like a white people talking about what kinda and then black people like responding with harry power saying what kind of my real and then a black people saying harry potter's my ruined and have i been lick.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In i'm at pat bradley twenty two we teased a little bit ole miss and have problems fouls in this is always some sort of drama in the offseason and you know of course for us we enjoy have in some of that in these the dog days of summer but it was pretty unfortunate wild and bizarre situation for you freeze over at olmez i don't think anybody could predict did that it would all come crashing down for him like that and the the whole back story of his pretty interesting with finding out what kind of an who he was calling on his cell phone which was the university issued cellphone so you can go on and on about how that religious blow up in his face but just getting back to ole miss and how far back does this put them as a football team i heard some people say what's going to happen to some of the recruits now for share guys on their football team calls out with you and get your thoughts on all missed as a set them back they backed up beyond solid dwellers where they were before they they got the good fortune of all those five star recruits in recent years we'll pat you're not going to be able tonight dwell too much on that situation i'm good i'm trying to get my hogs in your in in your eyes i'm trying to get the haagse out of seventh place in the sec west yet your trust me they've there'd been plenty of you guys on the twitter that if you've been hard enough time on that but not since two thousand eleven x at coal cuba lic for anybody that wants to get at coal i need more arkansas heat come away via twitter i would say not since the mid2000s when the wire was released on hbo have burner phones been such a hot topic of conversation but you know this is a football team pat you and fortunately point i've been through a coaching change minds of place actually midseason win over the course do would terry bowden step down or if you want to believe the administration stepped down most of us believe that he was fired he was forced out on friday night before we played louisiana tech the next day so.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The ones trying to keep was down on the farm during the civil war the scored i shared and i'm i'm i'm going to be redundant in sharing it one of the saddest lessons of history is this if we have been bamboozled long enough we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle were no longer interested in finding out the truth i found that's often and sharing history some folks who dummy a better pat bradley oh whatever they call me on ohlander there are few folks here in washington county that like me and oil and they'll say yeah no but you're talking about that history stephane well if you don't know your history subject to repeated and every day of your existence you are part of history you can't get away from history the bible is one of the great if let me let me be well hey the bible is the greatest history book in the history of mankind as his if you don't know where you come from you can hardly know where you're going and uh so i i'm a lover of history the bamboozle has captured us it is simply too painful to nazi one some people you know i i've met a lot of brothers and sisters thought the democratic party fought to set the sleaze free during the civil war really i have run into an army not regardless of the educational level the you know i i was talking to ph ds and you know on you know wh who who who wrote the thirteen 1450 mimic not necessarily just wrote a book o one at the make it law which party was fighting to free the slaves and i've had you know especially my brothers and sisters who is the democratic party oh my poor poor poor confuse brothers and sisters it was not it if if the democrats will have their way in eighteen sixty five and eighteen seventy cetera we would still be down there picking caton and getting a letter from ousted go to the bottom to get drunk on saturday night because mass the donkey was about the business of ants saving blacks is just a historical fact and he's works to keep us enslaved from off the boat and listen again.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Locker room pat bradley willie cologne i am kirk morrison and uh we talked about a little bit a break and now we can introduce this story i think to our listeners out there we want to make sure that it was a story because now it is starting to get picked up everywhere and there's a video circulating right now on twitter of new york jets defence alive in where williams he appears to break up what looks to be a possible disputes between a man and woman or are they in the man but is believed to be his teammate daringly and there was an unidentified woman we still don't know the story behind that but it was that a utica music festival in new york yesterday would williams the six five three hundred pound first round pick up a couple of seasons ago of them your desk is shown forcibly removing this man who looks to be daringly from the up here altercation are pushing him at least fifteen twenty feet away from the woman now williams posted a disaster round video of him in leia the festival little bit earlier than sean having a good time and the clothes of which the man and the preview of the video they're now being circulated looks to be the same called are warn the video posted by williams earlier in the day so this incident happened at the governor's ball music festival on randall's island there were no arrests during from this situation be clear mature we clear about their there were no arrests stemming from the situation according to new york police and the jets have declined comment now i'll start with you willie caloric my former new the former new york jet great this has been a quiet offseason all to save the lease say the most i think for the new york jets hasn't been a lot of fanfare there's obviously the one thing i was no said a little bit earlier about showed a rich and saying this fifteen reasons why this team will be different in lockerbie different and now sort of the first incident i would say for the new york jets the fall season what is your take on the video that is being circulated around right now what things this video.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We've been talking nba finals we've been talking lebrun jordan we've been talking football players they're gonna play basketball basketball players thinking they play football what something that ryan and i both before the show a negative we were both sitting on both wanted to use then i got to a little earlier the rhino you know this is what it is i had i had i had to right away what what people say we felt like this is something that we need to explore because everyone's got me an origin story all the great ones do and we've got an anonymous tip from somebody tech out pat bradley's wicket pedia page and so i read you guys what may be the greatest first sentence in whic history and i want i want you to explain what exactly we're hearing right now as i know you've got on your everett rats teeshirt get ready for this one so pat bradley merrick basketball player born in ever massachusetts forever was a breakout star on the eighth grade everett rats averaged forty six points per game average six to become the best player ever had ever seen for forty points per game and if you packed your response pat serious we ran a lot of the picked affairs a lot of just get it to now the everett rats now you must think that is one of the alltime great nicknames for any team and this was i'd like city league team so we would go in play i you go you've got to think about who i was playing against i'll play against now at is that will full gino convene all the guy's name in that subway commercial while they're sick it would be at exact yes forty six shots pat you don't try downplayed his hat but okay to be truthful my mother probably did right that wicket pedia so i don't even know if it's robot and who i think my father was taken the this during the scope look at the time so whatever it says the it's on the internet right so it's true but we did from from the days of swon street oc back in the day the effort rats on and the tradition still continues as i'm going to tweet out a picture of me wearing the shirt with my everett rats shirt please oh yes it's please pat policeman shadows once report to jeff fifty one one.

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"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"pat bradley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Let you eat a little bit what i will say pet those yeah you've got that from michael jordan but also for me one impresses me in a feather in the capital brown is the way that he came into this you mentioned would have probably been the number one pick be combated junior read huge expectations on this guy says he was fifteen years old we put the weight of the world the chosen one we wrote that is a headline before he ever tattooed on his back and he lived up to it every bit of the way then some he's found a way look i i flew when i was a a threestar recruit coming out of high school there wasn't a ton of education for me free i was able to go in there put my head down work and all that stuff this kid had to be be franchise from the moment he stepped on the court and he was what are you go for twenty plus in his first nba game from the middle east on the court he knew he had to be that guy and he was more than willing to a net for me as always tremendously impressive as someone who was allowed to do the opposite who someone who was allowed to work my way into it become comfortable he had to go trial by fire questions fellas he had trial by saarc that he had child by fire in the nba finals he got to the nba finals inkatha through his bumps and bruises were guys like me a pat had been in practice within limited playing time we became the players that we work this guy had trial air in the nba finals in because he laughed and joked he never got the credit for whom he was now now it very very personality fit i think is a big part of what makes the bowl rising for people to open up you guys eight eight eight seven to nine three seven seven six triple eight say espn it is the locker room michael junior ryan holland's and pat bradley let us know where you fall on these luke bryan jordan debate the takes the nation by storm that catholic than can get us quite frankly to thursday in the finals we hope because of not that much else to talk about.

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