21 Burst results for "Pat Summitt"

"pat summitt" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:43 min | 10 months ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Touch on that at and what that meant you I've had several people. I cannot went on the women's side. I've on the men's side for twenty years. I mean nobody knew. Dan was in nineteen ninety. Seven or eight as far as women's side of ascot ball all of a sudden. Now i jumped over. And i'm in the wnba outs fortunate to get hired in the wnba and people could assault me as an outsider very easily could have seen me as an opportunist. Who's tryon's bed. Being very blessed people like pat summitt people like gina arianna they were doing broadcasts of the wnba games back in yearly years and they took a lightning today that i will always be thankful for. Pat was a great example. If you can't quite say that shelf over there the ladder pat summitt. Wrote the after one of my early seasons you know. She took the time to write me a note after the season and things like that gre are yama would would come to shoot arounds and i would just hang after shoot around and just pick his mind impacted the same thing because they were doing broadcasts as so i was around him and such a blessing. You know pat summitt taw may has divine my last ten years of coaching. Yeah i watched her. I'll s successful is. Pat was she. She had this Thirst that you know. She was open to change. You know for offense about her off might be better going this way. Okay as jank. And i noticed that about her and and i started really emulating that if nothing else and then i noticed. The spurs is the same thing when i got to san antonio spurs for that same way and i thought man. There's something to this and that has totally totally define my later. Years coach in open to growth is so important and to see that firsthand by by true professionals in craft and obviously than also see the results in terms of leading to championship success in both players that enjoy playing for the coach and being unselfish. That's that means everything. So coaches one final question. Is there any kind of advice that you give to. Maybe a twenty year old version of yourself. That doesn't know exactly wants to maybe thinking about. Coaching doesn't really know what might be given to lead him on his path into where you want to that. Yeah i gather is you know. Sometimes later is greater As a young coach and especially someone who was pretty define knowing. That's what they want him to do. From a young age. There were a lot of periods of frustration. You know from the standpoint of you know. I wanna be a head coach in college. I be those kind of things and what happened to me is all of our lives. Our journeys are different. Were all and that's okay. Absolutely okay you know the thing. I tell people more more is just try to enjoy and enhance what you're doing right now. If you wanna climb the ladder do a good job right where you are. You know and that in and that's what i would say to myself because i got very frustrated trying you know trying out thinking that you know i need to be this and i need to be this and there's nothing wrong with that. Most of us in the coaching profession and the sports in general are that way. You know where we're trying to climb. Climb climb in fats. But the thing i would say is i am so glad that most of my success or experiences that i really cherish came later in my coaching career. Not earlier i had some earlier ones but a lot of came later and so the ability to to kind of recognize your journey's gonna teach you to things you need to know and maybe there's a reason or you you need to have all the different talents that you might need for a situation if it goes unanswered. Drains like garth brooks talks about sometimes unanswered prayers. Actually what he says something about those kinda makes sense as you get over so so choose so much for coming on alum so much from you and i know my listeners did too so thank you. My pleasure best wishes the all thanks for listening to gen z hoops. Make sure to follow like and subscribe on instagram link and all major social media platforms at gen z poops. You can tune in and subscribe on apple podcasts spotify youtube and every other podcast platform on the planet. Get ready for the next episode..

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Tara VanDerveer's Legacy Goes Beyond The Court

The Lead

06:50 min | 10 months ago

Tara VanDerveer's Legacy Goes Beyond The Court

"Will soon after beating pacific on tuesday. Stanford's tara vanderveer became the winningest head coach in women's college basketball history. What did she have to say about that accomplishment after the game she really downplayed it for so long and because this has been an inevitability for so long this was supposed to happen during the installation tournament march right so she's had her time to prepare for when this milestone would have happened it all continued to get pushed back and cancelled so she's had time to contextual is a this is special because of i think the magnitude of that many wins like you never go into coaching. I never thought we'll. I'm gonna try to win a thousand games or anything like that but this is special. I mean having currently the number one team you know being undefeated planning and i will never forget this. I think she was able to really lead into it more. And i think going forward. It'll start to hit her. She kind of joked about she swims every morning today. She finally go in the pool in it would be seeking in. I thought about today when i was swimming. I said you know. I hope we do play. Well i hope you know the record is set and going to be in the pool tomorrow. I'm going to be the same person. Vanderveer surpassed the leap pat summitt to claim this milestone. What kind of relationship do these two legendary coaches share. It was special. You know. I think it really came out. Because in the early nineties tara had made this promise to jennifer if she went to stanford they play at tennessee at least once and that became a twenty five year series because they enjoyed the competitive aspect of it more than anything. She helped me get better as a coach. Because you had to really work hard to prepare and we lost more games than we won against interstate. The enjoyed having to brilliant minds with really talented players going back and forth every single year. And even yesterday tara talking about how. She's hoping that pets looking down on earned smiling we were friends and obviously competitors. She would tell me tire your teammates rebound better. I think all in all you know she had great passion for the game. And i think she sees that with me she was a great mentor and a great friend and i think she'd be proud of us. So that relationship between the two of them was incredibly strong and then even between the two schools gotten incredibly strong zaqueu recently spoke with the number of women who played under vanderveer across her forty two years as a head coach. I what did some of these players tell you about her coaching style. I spoke to aid tucker who is one of towers longest tenured assistance before she retired just a couple years ago and she was talking about kind of value of repetition. Here strong believer repetition for not only are you covering the fundamentals but you cover the same thing over and over and over and then once you've got protection. If you continue to do it again you will become an expert in that task. i think some people think. Don't you have another drill for this or can't we do something else today. But you know. I think you know in hindsight. That's how you build your habits. It'd be doing something over and over. I spoke to jayne appel marinelli dealer day about tara and one of the things she said was it can matter who we were preparing for. We're going to prepare the same exact way every single time that every single day and i mean there were games where we knew. The teams plays better than they knew that. If from that she took that like you can't really be Over prepared as long as you know what's going to happen and you're the best situation for that you're going to succeed over over over to kind of realize like my my life at home with my kids and my husband. My work life my life with friends. I mean every single aspect. I feel like a prepared for and i've thought through. Okay here's option a option b. option so i thought that was kind of poignant is just those life lessons they'd come just from playing basketball are practically applied other portions of her everyday existence on zach rosalyn gold on wednesday who is now a broadcaster actually told you a pretty funny story about how she was. Unable to escape vanderveer's coaching even after her playing days were done. Can you tell us what ross told you about that. It's funny because she had just gotten into broadcasting was just doing game for one of the first times in her career and stands up back at stanford right so tara gives her a call and says hey. You're on campus. Come down to the office on my god. What i thought i was done with this sits down and puts on video and we're looking at a game that i'm calling the broadcaster and she starts going through the game and it's just watching the game minute by minute and she stops. She's watching film like it was ten years go for started the game. We'd listened you. Like i like that rod. Apogee say that would love word the other thing like. Oh we're going to do this. Yeah like even after graduation cars. Coaching me success. And i'll say something about the election and she'll be like i can't believe you're talking about shots. She is somebody who stays so president or blair's lives that she wants him to succeed. She wants to do as well as she can. And this is just a little bit of tar that she could lend in this situation to say. Here's how you can do better. And i want you to succeed. Tara been in the public eye for over four decades now so a lot of fans might feel like they know her really well but some of her former players shared with you aspects of her personality. That many people might not be familiar with. Were there any anecdotes in particular. That stood out or surprised. You you know there were. And i think we only really scratch the surface on somebody whose sole multifaceted so fascinating but one of the things i thought was really funny was neck. Oh k. had mentioned the situation where they were practising and maples pavilion at their home. Arena right before they were supposed to begin. Play in the final four and tar would prepare by like lasting music over over the speakers in maple wants them to be familiar with the idea that you're going to be in a situation where you're going to be playing in front of nineteen thousand people screaming their lungs he would do that. Enhance obviously our focus our concentrations but most importantly our communication because it ended up so that we were in arenas here each other thinking blessing his music and she usually blasts like michael jackson. Whatever it might be from the eighties nineties. And suddenly she turns over and she starts blasting who left the dogs out and all the players are kind of laughing. It's kind of awkward kind of out of character and some spontaneous and she would start dancing and it was just it was really funny. Like in the middle fact is dancing. You know in those theories when you're trying to go through four. I remember all the time. She has a sense of humor. That just doesn't always translate publicly but it's very dry and very very sarcastic and because she can be so hope and his so approachable. Her players always loved her

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"pat summitt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I'm Adam. Couple of these year half past headlines for Wednesday, December 16th 2000 and 20 The Warriors dropped their second preseason game yesterday. The Sacramento Kings of the Golden One center 1 13 to 1 14 after a buzzer beater by Kyle Guy into the Warriors hopes that winning their second preseason game Steph Curry came out pretty good performance for him yesterday. Steve Kerr said he got himself going in that basketball game after getting the team organized in practice in the days before Draymond Green and James Wiseman will return to scrimmage today. Per Steve Currency says they will have an intense scrimmage on Saturday before they hit the road to take on the Brooklyn Nets in next week's season opener. Tara VanDerveer becomes the all time winningest coach and N C a. A women's Division one basketball history passing Pat Summitt. We'll talk about that, as the Murphy Mac show, continue those Or your half past headlines. Laura stands on top passing Pat Summitt with number 1099. And the new career wins later, No back up, Murph in Mac on KNBR, 1045 and 6 80 These sports leader. Yeah. Big congrats to Tara VanDerveer, one of the greats, friend of the program. She's been on a few times through the years. Bali. Yeah, She's so funny, cause she's so understated, right? But our players will tell you, she'll she'll crawl up every now and then. But even then she's she's just not. You know, She's not a screamer, not a yeller, right? I got to do the Berry Sports Hall of Fame dinner with her last May. She's How long does that may have 2019? The night was like a long time and Brad Gilbert.

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Tara VanDerveer becomes winningest women's basketball coach

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Tara VanDerveer becomes winningest women's basketball coach

"One of the top stories the day. of course Happened up in your neck of the woods with tara. Vanderveer passing pat summitt to become the all time. Winningest division one women's basketball coach so With that news coming from your neck of the woods i Say welcome to the program. Thanks for having me on. Jeff is always on tuesday night. And yeah congratulations to tara vanderveer. I mean you know. Apparently she was interviewed by local station. Colleague friend of mine Burn glenn on channel five. Which is cbs affiliate and she interviewed tara and tara actually mentioned how when she took the job or father told her that We don't why are you coaching at stanford you'll never win there and now look at look now. She's got the all time wins for women's basketball. And you know. I know pat summitt probably smiling down from heaven and I you know. I unfortunately over pat you know. She left a spark to park you soon but You know left. A great legacy and tara vanderveer is Is carrying on the

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"pat summitt" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Women's college basketball, Cina, went set of Pat, that familiarity breeds contempt. But his comments go to show that in the end his respect for her, and the sport won't be on their rivalry. Here's Mike shift ski, the head coach of Duke talking about pet one of the great coaches of any sport. Let alone basketball is Pat summitt, I can remember early in my career Siham Newton wanted a great guys in men's college basketball wanted to hire her to be a men's coach and said, look, you should go to one of her practices. She knows how to coach and sheep. She really put women's basketball out there. In other words, what she did was recruiting accomplishment championships really set the foundation for where. Women's basketball is in our country, right now know you, if you wanted to really get the start that's where you will go to Pat summitt. And then it started from there. It's started from there. And obviously, you know, today, you know, gino's done an unbelievable job at Connecticut, but that would not have been without Pat. Cat summit worked as a grad assistant for the UT lady vols, but then the head coach unexpectedly step down. And from nineteen seventy four to two thousand twelve besides her son basketball, and the UT lady for her life. Here's Marsha sharp. Former head coach of university of Texas Tech talking about pets influence on the sport. I don't suppose there's really the right words to talk about her legacy or what she meant to women's basketball. When you get a job when you're a grad, assistant, and turn it into something like she did the most remarkable story in sports in so many ways, and particularly for. Women in sports at that time, title nine had just become law, and it was kind of a perfect storm when she came along and started that program, this little, southern girl.

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"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Phone calls listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast joins us. Oh, surely the director at Tennessee, remembering Pat summitt on this very special day. Let's get back to the calls, and Rick is in Tennessee Rick right ahead. Like you were taking my Paul Colin Powell yard. I just like to wish that somebody happy birthday being in west Tennessee, I didn't get to see them. Play is often as I would like to. But I, I would like I would also have to say that when you meet her she made you feel like you were part of her family. I've I are in coach Fulmer will always be to my favorite people up there and coach some just he made you feel at home. You know, they both had similar backgrounds coming from small Tennessee towns, and really understanding not only that stayed, but, but the necessity of hard work, and discipline, so, yeah, really good point. And I'm gonna leave it to the experts today and those who knew her best, but I knew coach summit from the time I was a student up there. And she she was just starting to coach. Ch and never have encountered or have seen a coach had more influence and let and lasting legacy than she did. And still does. Thank you very, very much for the call. Do appreciate it. AJ is in Seattle and you are. Next up AJ, go right ahead. Yeah. I was just calling to talk about the transfer of Jacobson from Georgia to the university of Washington, and I wanted to ask, how do you think the pack bull fares? What do you think they're chances are to make it to the natural champion with Oregon and Washington being big competitors? This year. Yeah. You know, I think I think eastern will have a tremendous impact. He, he is somewhat the forgotten so of Kirby smarts early time at Georgia, but I always thought he was a really good quarterback and ultimately, great prospect. And I think he'll show that. So I think it does come down to Washington and Oregon. And I think it's really important for Oregon to, to, to beat Auburn, I think, without that they are not going to get into the playoffs and Washington. I think you know, burned a lot of us or a couple years ago with terrible schedule. So I think they're going to have to do something similarly. Thank you very much for the call. Do appreciate it. Ryan is in Iowa. You're on the. Air, right ahead rhyme. Thinking about the Hawkeyes when it's ten this year with her fire stepping down. Well, you know, I'm trying to I'm trying to decide which year this is because the Hawkeyes are pretty much every other your team, aren't they? They, they did win last year miss fate, notice, the elder, pretty garrison loss, I thought for Joe Moorhead I agree with you on that. You know, I've always I've always admired Kirk Barron's. I think he he's, you know, to do this, as long as he has in Iowa is commendable. I think there could be a little more consistency. But overall, I I'm expecting a good season from the Hawkeyes and hope you'll call back and check me on that in a few months. Thanks for the call tristen is in Tupelo. And you are next up. Go right ahead trust them. Okay. We're having a little difficulty that line. Vol- try to get that one back here in a minute. Don is in Mississippi today. Don I'm doing well. Thank you. I got disconnected last week kind of set new, but I said, if I ever got back in well, yo discussing which is more important to football team national championship, or beating archrival. And to my concept is be dead. Art travel. You know what I mean?.

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"pat summitt" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"You took it way back to two thousand seven. Yeah. There's no choking. It was just a lot of ads. It's at the dinner table for my brothers. So that was that was how that went. Oh, man. Now, are you there? If you don't make the list in two thousand eight then then how do you feel if you were beautiful in two thousand seventeen. Exactly in two thousand eight. That's I don't that's the thing. I started having like some con- communists. No like one year. I was like a one. You're like Millie vanilla here. Here's your favorite. Pat summitt story. You know, honestly, my favorite pet seven story. Probably off the court. We had so many times where she invited us over to the house. You know, she she was famous for her how how the Pino cord that she's making homemade ice cream it. So I remember one day. I think the most I would over there. And she taught me how you know how to bake the holiday Pena corn and showed me how how she did the homemade ice cream. So I think those are the kinds of memories that are really love and and cherish about coach. And I tell people this and at the time they thought I was crazy. I'd been saying for years, you know, if the men's team would hire Pat summitt, you know, that would be an upgrade she would be great. She could've coached anybody. I don't know if that's the ultimate compliment to give her you would know better. But Pat summitt could coach it wasn't. She could coach women she could coach and she could coached men's basketball division one. I don't think there would have been any. I think we would have gotten past it right away because he would have realized she just as tough as Mike chef ski. Well, I think it's also the fact that she was kind of the first of the kind to coach women like athletes, and I grew up in a household where you know, I had two older brothers. And my dad told me I could do anything I wanted to do and to go to the university of Tennessee into play for a coach that treated me as an athlete and was tough on me. And you know, obviously love me when I needed to be loved, but was extremely tough. And and, you know, set goals and expectations for me that are higher than I ever thought. I could do so regardless of whether she could coach men or whatever she coached women as athletes, and it was kind of the first of the kind of making us realize, you know, like we can we don't have to be treated different like this. This is we step on the court, and we wanna be basketball players if you played Charles Berkeley, one on one. Wait. Can you take him? Can I take him? Is that even a question? I just I just ask and just being respectful to Barclay. Yeah. This women months. This month. I'll be courteous, but come on. That's what I have a question. You could take you could take Barclay. Is that even? Yes. I'm asking me. Yes. Harvard Katie talking about like, it just one on all those seniors golf. We've always seen those goals. No, just it's one on one candidate. It's it's make it taking. Yeah. Like, we're where we were eating at a restaurant. No, you're playing hoops one on one. Yeah. I know I'm trying to help you out. You're really legitimately asking question of whether I can take Charles Barkley. I'm like thirty two years old and still playing basketball. I don't know how priorities if sitting, you know, commentating fulltime as I can take him to. Okay, I'm just I'm trying to be respectful. My my money is on you, Candace. I was just I wanted. I would hope so. I would hope it would blow play. Okay. If it's you against shack. I mean, I just beat him in shooting last like, I mean, you know, we're talking about different positions. Yeah. But count as I can out shoot shock..

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Being a Coach's Wife: A Blessing and a Curse

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Being a Coach's Wife: A Blessing and a Curse

"In you, come in contact with a lot of coaches, obviously in this profession, and there are some. Businesses where you can separate where you can have a career your wife can have a career, and yeah, they they may intersect at Christmas parties or occasionally. But but they are not really. They do not run. Contemporaneous -ly to one another. Where if you're the wife of a coach there's nearly. Yeah. You you can't just act like, you don't know. What I mean, you are you're part of the team. And that's that's you know, you always hear that phrase, and some people may be offended by in terms of a great coaches wife, but you understand it and you live and die. What what happens? Your family or your system coaches. They're just they're all into just as much as your system. Coach it may it's a tough stuff and now again athletes can go back to my life and athletic. I were the reason I went from point a to point b in every step of my life. So it has been very warning for me going through that process. But I did see I was at a crossroads, and that's why just I chose that the family over that lifestyle in that profession in and I'm glad I did looking back. I do miss it. Just like every coach just like every player miss when they retire. But what's best for your family has to take prison over there now, and that was a sensitive interview listened to Seth because I I know people that are close to say, and and they know how tough that for gene, Texas wish was on him and his family. Yeah. In his his last year got a little bit off the rails. As you remember. And sometimes these things are are Neville. And I think if you're an athletic director like Philip you want the decision to to make itself easy. And I think last night it did maybe he feels that with one more game and a road trip coming up tomorrow. It's better just to get out of her way and let her finish that. And then regroup before the the chimney. She'll be playing again team would be playing again probably on Wednesday. I think maybe Thursday, but these things move quickly and as a head coach. When there's no way to avoid it. And I know I I know coaches say all the time. Well, you know, I'm I'm gonna bubble. I don't know what's going on. But when you have the lead sports columnist in that community who's been there now for thirty three numbers. Write a column that's published online at noon today, saying the head coach should be fired. There's no escaping. It. Will they'll work something out with Holly? They're not they're not going to fire her Holly. I know they work at a separation of that. And there will be it will be I have all the faith and coach former hiring a good coach. But it will be someone that's probably has done more times to to to Pat summitt.

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Tennessee Lady Vols basketball: Holly Warlick should be fired by UT

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Tennessee Lady Vols basketball: Holly Warlick should be fired by UT

"Then one thing to remember about Holly Warlick is she really never pursued coaching jobs. She was all time assistant UT in didn't have a lot of ambition about being a head coach she was really content here. And she was an integral part of Pat summitt staff for many years. She was Pat summitt point guard and I live over the last season when Pat was coaching and that was extraordinarily difficult because Pat was not anywhere near one hundred percent the Alzheimer's without an effect. But she was still coaching. And she was on the bitch. And she was head coach at least in title, but Holly was really having to run the team, and she was also having in a way to kind of help manage Pat because of a very vicious disease. And I just thought she did a remarkable job because she's not just dealing with their boss. She's dealing with a very close friend. And I thought it was just an extremely difficult thing to get through. And she did that. And I think I think most fans really like Holly Wardi, they really do. She's a very likable person on the most likeable coaches of been around. But they're just comes at time. When you've got to let the wins and losses and what's going on with the program and make a change. And that's what they'll applaud when these did it

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"pat summitt" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on Around the Rim

"I was going to say tell us a little bit about the funds in in how they're raised through the SEC wind challenge like how the money comes in. And then where it goes. So how it works? So if you do it signed up for the FCC wind challenge, you can pick your team so say, for instance, a Kentucky fan, we'll pick the university of Kentucky. They will follow us during the SEC season. So they can decide if they wanna pledge her win of every time the Wildcats win or one time donation, so you'll get on the pet summit foundation website. So you can sign up at Pat summitt that or slash challenge. And it will take you through the SEC wind challenge. So there's a dropbox that you sign up for your team. And so basically you compete and team. So we've had South Carolina fan sign up Laura fan sign up. So you follow your team? So you're still cheering on your. Team. But all proceeds go to the Pat summitt foundations for research for Alzheimer's that is fantastic. So if their team wins, then they contribute is that how it works. Rick so thirteen wins. So say if you are wildcat fan, and we we'd be Florida, and you are going to donate ten dollars per win. So that will be your ten dollars for that game. And every game that we win you will pay per your pledge or at one time donation, we have a lot of people that they listen, I'm a South Carolina fan, but I just want to do a one time donation to the Pat summitt foundations to the SEC win talent. And then we told it at the end, I just love the flexibility. Right. Like, they can you can do one one game. You can do the whole season definitely the whole season. And look it's not just for the it's called the SEC wind challenge. But we have a lot of people other coaches who signed up and pledge per win for their team. So Kim mochi has coached mulkey has joined us coast, the PMS or has now joined us, so. Bonnie Henriksen at Santa Barbara. So we have coaches from all over that. Obviously. Coach summit sickness resonates with them and disappointing Alzheimer's and trying to find a wear looking at the at the website, and you can use the drop down for the list of schools, and they have all the SEC schools at the very bottom. It says other. So you can add your school in there as well. Which is nice and right now. Well, I was looking at the numbers in when this was posted you said that you would raise over a hundred and twenty thousand dollars for the Pat summitt foundation. That's amazing. God is good. And you know, what we've had so many people that have supported this calls. You know, I think it really just hits home to people. There's a lot of people affected by this disease. And to feel like that, you're doing anything Beck and help bring awareness and ultimately to find a cure. That's the most important, and I think, you know, this disease is deadly. It's awful. But also it connects people that that, you know, there is hope. Absolutely. And we have to keep the hope alive because we've seen. Impacted you're right by this disease. And you know, just would love for you to share with our fans before we let you go, you know, with this. We back pet week where we celebrate the legacy of Pat summitt, what are some ways that she has influenced your career or even just where you are as a woman now in your life. You know, I just can't describe how impactful and powerful that coach summit was I think she is instilled in me, just, you know, just the humbleness to be humbled work ethic. You know, the drive to be just ambitious go above and beyond the call of duty and success comes with a price. But the most important thing that I learned from coach summit is pay your blessing full were, you know, always go back give back reach back to help somebody find their way. And I think all the former Tennessee lady balls that play for her. They feel the same way. It's a sisterhood and she wanted everybody could be successful and passionate at what they did. And if you're gonna do it do it. Well, so anytime that we get on a her. Legacy and continue just how impactful and powerful. She was we gotta do it as long as we have breath in our body..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on Around the Rim

"And for the scoop and. Where can we find you? Can we read your work as you're also doing some WNBA off season stuff? We wanna know. We'll be follow. I'm doing some stuff for Pac twelve dot com right now. So got a couple of things week going there. I am doing some off-season stuff for WNBA. I'm picking up the odd thing at SPN, w I'm everywhere me, and we're so happy that you're everywhere. Bush L Smith. Thank you so much for your time. And we'll be watching the Pac twelve this weekend. Hey, if things get crazy we might have to get you back on next week just to recap. So don't you got it too far? All right. Thank you fourth quarter. Bounds. Are I fans will you know that to Rican? I have been very passionate since starting this podcast about supporting we backpacked and all the things that the basketball nation and fans of Tennessee and just fans of basketball in general are doing in memory of the late. Great head coach of the Tennessee, lady vols, Pat summitt and right now, we're excited to to welcome one of her former players who is now the associate head coach at the university of Kentucky Kyra l z to the show. Welcome kyra. Thank you so much so honored to be on with you guys. Yes. Well, thank you so much for joining us. We are excited because I've been looking from afar and learning more about your program in what you're doing as far as the SEC challenge for a while tell us a little bit about how it started. And I know you and your husband were very passionate about trying to give back to the Pat summitt found. -ation? How did this all start? Well, it started seven years ago. We've wanted to do something to raise awareness for Alzheimer's, both of our grandparents pass away from Alzheimer's, and then obviously coach summit who was so instrumental in my life when she lives diagnosed with early onset dementia. One of the chance just to honor her and give back to so many people that are battling this disease and the caregiver so we decided to start the SEC wind challenge. Obviously coach summit love SEC. I am bias. I love SEC. So we thought it would be an awesome way to bring a group of people together that love basketball, and they could find their teams and support them, but still a give money to Alzheimer's Association other pet center founded. Yeah..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on Around the Rim

"W women's basketball podcast around the rim. I am your host. Let's China Robinson joined by my theater, tastic and fabulous producer to Rica foster Bradsby, and we're really sorry that we did not get to visit with you last week. There was a lot of Super Bowl drama building up here in Atlanta, which made it difficult for me to get to the studio. But also, I think that. We were kind of rebelling against the whole patriots movement. Low key not you think the Rica and live here, y'all man. Somebody comes save me from new there live in Connecticut. This is still considered New England. So the amount of patriots fans that I am. So rounded by its very numbing. Oh, goodness. Well, the patient one I'm happy that we're back to women's basketball. And there was not a lot of traffic in Atlanta. I made it through the weekend with my best friend and my cousin in town. We had a very nice time. So yeah, we missed some time. But the the moral of all of this is that football's over which was so happy because now we can focus on the round orange basketball. And there's a lot that is happening that we missed. So we're going to have a great show today. Talking Pac twelve it's a big weekend for packed. Twelve Stanford in particular as they will be hosting two top ten teams in the Oregon state beavers and the Oregon ducks so Tara VanDerveer is going to be on our show. And I'm just always honored when I can talk to the hall of Famer she gave me a history lesson. Honey, I tried to say, well, you know, tar you started all this. And she was like a backup knob everytime. I talked to her. She just sets me straight. And so we're grateful for hers. We'll talk to her about her team about the Pac twelve a lot of different things, the dunking sensation friend, and she said, I said her name, right. Believe he you did. Yeah. Which is nice. If you've seen the viral dunks on your Twitter, Instagram, all those different things about the Stanford commit. Yeah. We're gonna talk to our VanDerveer about her in in a host of other things. We're also going to have Michelle Smith on the show who is our resident Pac twelve voice also wanna give the Pac twelve shout out because they do have their own. Podcast hosted by Mary Murphy, in I love, Mary in their whole pack. Twelve crew lays declared ins doing game cave, Scott like, we all cover all conferences. But you know, there's obviously Pac twelve network, folks. See the teams or the we do. So we invite the experts in cause me, it's Rica Dono everything. So yeah, we're we'll have Michelle Smith on to talk about Pac twelve and then also Kyra l e as we give our we back pet shout out this week. We've act Pat week was last week, but we are inviting former Tennessee lady vol Cairo LV on the show who will talk to us about the SEC wind challenge that she and her husband Dexter started that we're hoping that you will give to because it's raising money for a very important 'cause the Pat summitt foundation in memory of the late great head coach of the Tennessee lady. Vols Pat summitt your support of the SEC wind challenge support and financial contributions. Get us all one step closer to. Finding a cure to in Alzheimer's. So we will have kyron, but a couple of things on my notebook that we're gonna talk about we could talk about them. Now, do I have to go to the first quarter first quarter? Okay. First quarter. Okay. First quarter. We got some things we need to discuss because there's so much going on in women's college basketball. If you have not heard North Carolina, the tar heels, Sylvia hatches team is making some noise. Now, they're outside of the top twenty five this week..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion

Be Honest with Cari Champion

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion

"Hey, everybody. Welcome to new edition of the honest. So I'm excited. Five time champion, Derek Fisher here with us as we know. I don't know if I've shared that with you guys I am liquor fan. I don't know if you've heard this just in Oregon news, look. To have you on the show? Yes. But most importantly, we know who you are. And what you've accomplished you coached in the league you now have a new role. Let's talk about that. He is the new head coach of the Los Angeles sparks right across the street where you guys play from where we are filming this tell me about how that all came about years in the making honesty, I think having an appreciation and the love and support for the women's game for many many years. I was reading an article Kevin net was commenting about how Don Staley impacted him as a player inspired, by the way. She led him played the game, and I had a very similar experience. And so I've always watched the game supported love this barks gonna mini games rogue games as well. And penny Toler GM and president teams. We've been close for years and. A couple of times we talked about it about about it. And this time to time. He was right. Okay. So you said you were impacted by the women's game as well. Much like having nets Don Staley impacted him. What was the experience for you? Well, thank for me. Growing up in the household of my mom and dad both played in love basketball in school and kind of you know, as young adults. And then when we watched basketball in the house like there wasn't a difference in gender. We watched women's games, we watch men's games, my younger sister played in high school till she fell in love, and you know, how they some times. And so basketball was this was our thing as a family, and we didn't define it or trying to separate the men's game or the women's game and Pat summitt. Yeah. Who is my all time favorite terms of coaching. I mean one could art alleged the best. Regardless of of demands of women's game. And so I just kind of I don't see, you know, having this row now is like a somehow it's different than what I would be doing if I were coaching teaching, but obvious difference. Yeah. The also the difference is I believe that the game for women doesn't get the obviously the same attention, not the same monetary value. But when you get names, and I've always believed that if you get players who were well known an NBA supported, and are well known MBA to support it, you know, active current veteran, whatever I think that adds more legitimacy for the women. I know people who love the sport understand its purity and think that it's amazing ball. I know I do but having you as a head coach, I believe as a special. I dunno Genesee qua for the sparks, and I've had Candice on this show. She was my very first guest. So talk to me about that. I know she was a huge supporter of having on issues excited. That you were coaching the sparks talk to me about her. As a leader. We got Neka. You have so many great people tell me about it. From the from the beginning of of what you just stated my experience with that. In terms of like, you said there to be involved as one thing, and then sometimes the right voice or the right person being involved is a little bit different for me. When my daughter was diagnosed with reading the blessed Oma Asia, ten months got interviewed after does Utah Jazz game here, and I just kind of from the heart spoke about retina blast Oma families. Please take your kids to get their is Chet. So you don't miss anything. It was almost too late for us. We don't want that to happen to you. And doctors in the field of pediatric cancer. I can't read Noblesse Doma said that having an athlete, of course, comments about this raised it..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Cried pack and patron Torri of college football leaves here. The Paul finebaum show our four podcast. Well, we are here as we continue the final hour of the program. Let's continue with more calls and. MLM is up next in Georgia Evelyn. Thank you. Good afternoon. Hi, I I'm caller I other. How are you? Yeah. Well, how may we help you them? Well, I'm over here. Reading my book, and it's reached for the summit by Pat summitt. I'm not going to read settle for me mediocrity by Holly Warrick. And and I think we always took Pat to go out, and and she is the bear Bryant of women's basketball. And if you look at where Alabama was seven eight years after bear Bryant's they had kissed from frogs to try to get some princes their first prince that they that they wound up with stallings, but it took a while to get to Nick Sabin. But I think this same pattern needs to be taken with Tennessee. Well, you you make a fair point. And I think you have to look at her overall resume, and I'm I'm I'm sensitive to it because anyone who knows Holly Warlick and new coach summit understands where Holly has done and her loyalty to that program. But when you take an objective view, you can't look at well she's had a lot of twenty eight and twenty nine when seasons in in six years one two three four five. This is her seventh year she has not been to a final four. She has been to the elite eight three times she the last two years. She's been knocked out in the second round. And quite frankly, one year, she was pretty fortunate to get to the second round based on she she finished the season very strongly because team wasn't wasn't playing very well at all. And this year has been an abject disaster. So far, so I I don't know. I mean, your overall winning percentage. Is seven thirty three which is good by most standards. But it's not goodbye Tennessee standards now. And if you look at the players in recruiting, you still had you just a couple of years ago, you have diamond shield who actually left you have Russell you. Have you have recruited heavily you've gotten your in the top five consistently was recruiting. So it's not personnel. It's it's it's it's unfortunately, it's the coaching and I'm sensitive to the situation. It was a unique situation. It was a unique situation in some ways even with their Bryant going to Perkins. But well, it was a unique. It wasn't quite the same. But you had the passing and then you had Perkins coming in even though barrier retired. But it was a unique situation. And I think I was sensitive for maybe a year or two, but it's not been a year to seven or eight years. This is this is to clo-, Pat, toughen up buttercup, the women's program cannot accept not it least attempting to try to maintain it just for the fan base that they have the that. How long will it be before a Tennessee women's game? Looks like an Alabama linens game with with ten people in the Coliseum. You say that after Alabama drug Tennessee by double digits the other day. So my question is this. And you know, I think Thursday nights going to be important because Tennessee will be compared to the defending national champions and the current number one team in the country. That's we're Tennessee is fires to be. And you know, I mean, there's no moral victories. But assuming that game goes like almost everyone is going to predict to me that that's where we're fans get a good dose of reality. Where you know, you realize that these aren't fluke losses. He's aren't narrow losses. This program has hit hit the bottom and was six straight losses. I don't wanna hear anyone say well, you can still turn the season around. No. You can't well in that game is a big game. They have the personnel to actually you never know that you they could win. It's it's not personnel. They have the personnel who could who could turn it around. And. That she does. I really do it that could be the game that could maybe changed my opinion. But that's why it's an opportunity, but, but if I, but you know, I'm I'm listening on a national program. And this is about the six or seven call we've had today about Tennessee va-, women's basketball. It's getting more attention than the men the men are number one in the country..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Cried pack and patron Torri of college football leaves here. The Paul finebaum show our four podcast. Well, we are here as we continue the final hour of the program. Let's continue with more calls and. Of. Evelyn is up next in Georgia Evelyn. Thank you. Good afternoon. Hi, I I'm caller. Hi other. How are you? Yeah. How may we help you? Well, I'm over here. Reading my book, and it's reached for the summit by Pat summitt. I'm not going to read settle for me mediocrity by Holly Warrick. And and I think we always took Pat to go out, and and she is the bear Bryant of women's basketball. And if you look at where Alabama was seven eight years after their Bryant's they had kissed them frogs to try to get some princes their first prince that they that they wound up with stallings, but it took a while to get to Nick Sabin. But I think the same pattern needs to be taken with Tennessee. Well, you make a fair point. And I think you have to look at her overall resume, and I'm I'm I'm sensitive to it because anyone who knows Holly Warlick and new coach summit understands where Holly has done and her loyalty to that program. But when you take an objective view, you can't look at well she's had a lot of twenty eight and twenty nine when seasons in in six years one two three four five. This is seventh year she has not been to a final four. She has been to the elite eight three times she the last two years. She's been knocked out in the second round. And quite frankly, one year, she was pretty fortunate to get to the second round based on she she finished the season very strongly because team wasn't wasn't playing very well at all. And this year has been an abject disaster. So far, so I I don't know. I mean, your overall winning percentage. Is seven thirty three which is good by most standards. But it's not goodbye Tennessee standards now. And if you look at the players in recruiting, you still had you just a couple of years ago, you have diamond shield who actually left you have Russell you. Have you have recruited heavily you've gotten your in the top five consistently was recruiting. So it's not personnel. It's it's it's it's unfortunately, it's the coaching and I'm sensitive to the situation. It was a unique situation. It was a unique situation in some ways even with bear Bryant going to Perkins. But well, it was a unique. It wasn't quite the same. But you had the passing and then you had Perkins coming in even though bear had retired. But it was a unique situation. And I think I was sensitive for maybe a year or two, but it's not been a year to seven or eight years. This is this is to clo-, Pat, toughened up butter buttercup, the women's program cannot accept not it least attempting to try to maintain it just for the fan base that they have the that. How long will it be before a Tennessee women's game? Looks like an Alabama linens game with with ten people in the Coliseum. You say that after Alabama drubbed Tennessee by double digits the other day. So my question is this. And you know, I think Thursday nights going to be important because Tennessee will be compared to the defending national champions and the current number one team in the country that that's we're Tennessee is fires to be. And I mean, there's no moral victories. But assuming that game goes like almost everyone is going to predict to me that that's where we're fans get a good dose of reality. Where you know. You realize these aren't fluke losses. He's aren't narrow losses. This program has hit hit the bottom and was six straight losses. I don't wanna hear anyone say well, you can still turn the season around. No. You can't well in that game is a big game. They have the personnel to actually you never know that you they could win. It's it's not personnel. They have the personnel who could who could turn it around. And. That she does. I really do it that could be the game that could maybe changed my opinion. But that's why it's an opportunity, but, but if I, you know, I'm I'm listening on a national program. And this is about the six or seven call we've had today about Tennessee va-, women's basketball. It's getting more attention than the men the men are number one in the country..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Cried pack and patron Torri of college football leaves here. The Paul finebaum show our four podcast. Well, we are here as we continue the final hour of the program. Let's continue with more calls and. Of. Evelyn is up next in Georgia Evelyn. Thank you. Good afternoon. Hi, I I'm caller. Hi other. How are you? Yeah. How may we help you? Well, I'm over here. Reading my book, and it's reached for the summit by Pat summitt. I'm not going to read settle for me mediocrity by Holly Warrick. And and I think we always took Pat to go out, and and she is the bear Bryant of women's basketball. And if you look at where Alabama was seven eight years after their Bryant's they had kissed them frogs to try to get some princes their first prince that they that they wound up with stallings, but it took a while to get to Nick Sabin. But I think the same pattern needs to be taken with Tennessee. Well, you make a fair point. And I think you have to look at her overall resume, and I'm I'm I'm sensitive to it because anyone who knows Holly Warlick and new coach summit understands where Holly has done and her loyalty to that program. But when you take an objective view, you can't look at well she's had a lot of twenty eight and twenty nine when seasons in in six years one two three four five. This is seventh year she has not been to a final four. She has been to the elite eight three times she the last two years. She's been knocked out in the second round. And quite frankly, one year, she was pretty fortunate to get to the second round based on she she finished the season very strongly because team wasn't wasn't playing very well at all. And this year has been an abject disaster. So far, so I I don't know. I mean, your overall winning percentage. Is seven thirty three which is good by most standards. But it's not goodbye Tennessee standards now. And if you look at the players in recruiting, you still had you just a couple of years ago, you have diamond shield who actually left you have Russell you. Have you have recruited heavily you've gotten your in the top five consistently was recruiting. So it's not personnel. It's it's it's it's unfortunately, it's the coaching and I'm sensitive to the situation. It was a unique situation. It was a unique situation in some ways even with bear Bryant going to Perkins. But well, it was a unique. It wasn't quite the same. But you had the passing and then you had Perkins coming in even though bear had retired. But it was a unique situation. And I think I was sensitive for maybe a year or two, but it's not been a year to seven or eight years. This is this is to clo-, Pat, toughened up butter buttercup, the women's program cannot accept not it least attempting to try to maintain it just for the fan base that they have the that. How long will it be before a Tennessee women's game? Looks like an Alabama linens game with with ten people in the Coliseum. You say that after Alabama drubbed Tennessee by double digits the other day. So my question is this. And you know, I think Thursday nights going to be important because Tennessee will be compared to the defending national champions and the current number one team in the country that that's we're Tennessee is fires to be. And I mean, there's no moral victories. But assuming that game goes like almost everyone is going to predict to me that that's where we're fans get a good dose of reality. Where you know. You realize these aren't fluke losses. He's aren't narrow losses. This program has hit hit the bottom and was six straight losses. I don't wanna hear anyone say well, you can still turn the season around. No. You can't well in that game is a big game. They have the personnel to actually you never know that you they could win. It's it's not personnel. They have the personnel who could who could turn it around. And. That she does. I really do it that could be the game that could maybe changed my opinion. But that's why it's an opportunity, but, but if I, you know, I'm I'm listening on a national program. And this is about the six or seven call we've had today about Tennessee va-, women's basketball. It's getting more attention than the men the men are number one in the country..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Cried pack and patron Torri of college football leaves here. The Paul finebaum show our four podcast. Well, we are here as we continue the final hour of the program. Let's continue with more calls and. Of. Evelyn is up next in Georgia Evelyn. Thank you. Good afternoon. Hi, I I'm caller. Hi other. How are you? Yeah. How may we help you? Well, I'm over here. Reading my book, and it's reached for the summit by Pat summitt. I'm not going to read settle for me mediocrity by Holly Warrick. And and I think we always took Pat to go out, and and she is the bear Bryant of women's basketball. And if you look at where Alabama was seven eight years after their Bryant's they had kissed them frogs to try to get some princes their first prince that they that they wound up with stallings, but it took a while to get to Nick Sabin. But I think the same pattern needs to be taken with Tennessee. Well, you make a fair point. And I think you have to look at her overall resume, and I'm I'm I'm sensitive to it because anyone who knows Holly Warlick and new coach summit understands where Holly has done and her loyalty to that program. But when you take an objective view, you can't look at well she's had a lot of twenty eight and twenty nine when seasons in in six years one two three four five. This is seventh year she has not been to a final four. She has been to the elite eight three times she the last two years. She's been knocked out in the second round. And quite frankly, one year, she was pretty fortunate to get to the second round based on she she finished the season very strongly because team wasn't wasn't playing very well at all. And this year has been an abject disaster. So far, so I I don't know. I mean, your overall winning percentage. Is seven thirty three which is good by most standards. But it's not goodbye Tennessee standards now. And if you look at the players in recruiting, you still had you just a couple of years ago, you have diamond shield who actually left you have Russell you. Have you have recruited heavily you've gotten your in the top five consistently was recruiting. So it's not personnel. It's it's it's it's unfortunately, it's the coaching and I'm sensitive to the situation. It was a unique situation. It was a unique situation in some ways even with bear Bryant going to Perkins. But well, it was a unique. It wasn't quite the same. But you had the passing and then you had Perkins coming in even though bear had retired. But it was a unique situation. And I think I was sensitive for maybe a year or two, but it's not been a year to seven or eight years. This is this is to clo-, Pat, toughened up butter buttercup, the women's program cannot accept not it least attempting to try to maintain it just for the fan base that they have the that. How long will it be before a Tennessee women's game? Looks like an Alabama linens game with with ten people in the Coliseum. You say that after Alabama drubbed Tennessee by double digits the other day. So my question is this. And you know, I think Thursday nights going to be important because Tennessee will be compared to the defending national champions and the current number one team in the country that that's we're Tennessee is fires to be. And I mean, there's no moral victories. But assuming that game goes like almost everyone is going to predict to me that that's where we're fans get a good dose of reality. Where you know. You realize these aren't fluke losses. He's aren't narrow losses. This program has hit hit the bottom and was six straight losses. I don't wanna hear anyone say well, you can still turn the season around. No. You can't well in that game is a big game. They have the personnel to actually you never know that you they could win. It's it's not personnel. They have the personnel who could who could turn it around. And. That she does. I really do it that could be the game that could maybe changed my opinion. But that's why it's an opportunity, but, but if I, you know, I'm I'm listening on a national program. And this is about the six or seven call we've had today about Tennessee va-, women's basketball. It's getting more attention than the men the men are number one in the country..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on Around the Rim

"Alabama goes down and banks and the three in sometimes that's just like how things aren't, you know, the China when you're winning and things were rolling easy to stay rolling vote when you're losing enrolling. It's also easy to stay rolling. And and and they're clearly struggling right now. But I also, you know, Tennessee because they have such a great tradition, but still you need older players in practice, everyday, teaching younger players what wearing that Tennessee on their jersey meat, you know, and it's not just about learning the history. It's not just knowing about Candace Parker and to make a catching and and Pat summitt when when you put on a certain jersey every day, you're you're upperclassmen are teaching you what that means. What what what? Your work ethic is expected to be everyday in practice. What it's expected to be every day in games. And I think we have so many underclassmen that can be difficult thing to pass on. So, you know, these guys again a lot of scrutiny. I really feel for Hollywood. Because I mean, this has got to be really difficult time not only losing losing at home losing and conference. But, but you know, that's that's sometimes what happens when you have teams with this much you. Yeah. And you would know I mean, if you're just joining our podcast where we are talking to the hall of Famer, Rebecca Lobo, you would know about that tradition and how it's passed down. Right. Because that's what happens that Yukon like people, you know, you come in. And this is your talk. This is what happens in this is how we do things. And so I think that the the expectation is always what I struggle with. Right. Like, if this was not Tennessee if they had this roster of youth because I agree with you completely. I mean, I I was just looking at their roster minute ago Ren'ai Davis's a sophomore Vena westbrooks of saw. More. You know, maybe Jackson is that senior presence. But they green is a freshman like a lot of youth. And so if this was any other team with young players playing in in such a such critical positions. Would we be this upset? I mean, people are upset that the lady vol's are not playing well like this should never happen. And I think it also takes a little bit away from the amount of parody that there is an in our game right now. Right. So like, let's not forget about that. Like other teams are better. But I struggle sometimes because I also think that when people put on that orange like you're supposed to win because that's what I'm used to seeing. But to your point about the shooting looking at conference numbers Ren'ai Davis the shooting thirty eight percent from the field and conference play thirty percent from three and then Mimi Jackson, the shooting a dismal twenty three percent from the field. Twenty four percent from three point line..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Glad you're here. It is Tuesday and much to discuss on this UCF in your phone calls the number of gas. Let us begin with some headlines. You see volatile potential for long term prominence in college basketball hard to believe we're saying this this program was struggling and then here comes Rick Barnes after leaving, Texas, and they are number one in the country. They play Vanderbilt tomorrow and fans have not been this excited. And I don't know about forty years. Senior bowl going on in mobile, Alabama. Who's in who's out the first real look at the draft. And it would be almost a constant Hamad until we get to late April. When the draft will be conducted in Nashville. So we'll go down there a little bit later on and find out how some of the future stars are doing. We welcome much to do on the program today. We'll share our guest list with UP Thamel. Well known Yahoo rider. He'll be down in mobile and give us the latest there. Brandon Adams came under a little fire yesterday for mad Jones. I don't know if he'll respond specifically, but we'll give them the opportunity about what happened with the OC job. And look ahead of the the dogs coming up in the upcoming season. John Adams on the resurgent, Tennessee vols and also what's going on with the women's team and Knoxville losing again last night to Arkansas what was that fourth or fifth loss in her that was the fifth loss interro. This is not happened since the early seventies. Before Pat summitt got there the vase will take on the number one team in the country later in the week Notre Dame. And a heavy drumbeat about what's next for Holly Warlick, what does her future look like after a grim patch here. Can she turn it around or has her fate already been sealed? That's the question. We will talk to John Adams about later on the first phone calls at eight five five two four to seven to eight five. Let's get to the calls and Mario is in. Memphis. Mario go right ahead. I Don how're you doing? I am. Thank you for calling. Here's my first time calling on listen to you all the time and. I'm just thrilled to be on the show right now. Anything is. I take me is I you would like to know like no not paying off. And it's idea what caused the mall anytime. Morio tell me who's gonna win the championship next year. In my be a repeat of what we just saw..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on The Jump

"Don't count, which is hilarious to me because if you ask anybody, what do you know the university of Tennessee for in terms of lettuce, everyone's going to say the same thing, Pat summitt put Tennessee on the map as the greatest basketball women's dynasty until you came along? Well, she did something many times that school that paid man couldn't do once. That's right. So I mean, so the the, the air against and the added the dismissive attitude of that of that executive from the school that gives you an idea of, you know, it's the south, some of the things she was up against people yelling, go back in the kitchen, Pat people who are who are fans from her own school. So you know, I it what she did was just nothing short of remarkable. Now, of course, with Gino did was also remarkable and the fact that they were ended up on a collision course with each other and each other's programs that was great basketball theater, and I'm glad you know that the Tennessee uconn rivalry is now going to be renewed. 'cause when when the book went to press, that was not the case. And that's, I mean, it's it's sort of like being a Red Sox fan and when the Yankees having downtime. Right. We say actually don't like it when they're not good. It's actually going because you know, for a while there Yukon got rolling and they when they had those great teams with super and Asia Jones. And of course, Diana Ross and swin cash and and Jen, you know, all those guys, you know they were winning winning winning and you thought, wow, maybe maybe Tennessee's never gonna win again. And then along came Kansas Parker and and put Tennessee, you know, back back in the in the conversation. So I don't wanna say player here, so I'll try to qualify little differently, but what did you find to be the most underrated personality slash contributor to the game in this journey you had in this project? Well, that's a, that's a really difficult I will pick more than one, right? Yeah, because there's, there's, there's so many different aspects of the national team, the women's game, the coast. Another person that I dealt with in my young career, he was GM in Washington and scared the living daylights out of me. But I thought he was very eloquent in this book discussing his journey set Sanders, you know, people, there's so many great Celtics. I think people forget about Sach. He was again, so incredibly eloquent talking about. And of course, Dan atrocities just to star. Every time she opens her mouth. She's just a joy to, behold, it was interesting to hear from Linda Woodward. You know, name. We don't talk about as much who was just an amazing woman player at Kansas who broke all sorts of records. And you know, I really liked hearing from Kevin Durant in this book. I thought he had some really thoughtful things to add to our oral history. One of my more interesting parts to for me was LeBron and the decision and having people. Now you know, couple of years out dissect how all that went down. There's some very interesting comments from David Stern on that topic. So that was kind of fun. I thought those are those are. A few that come to mind. Well, once again, the spoke basketball, love story is available now, but it's also a ten part film series consisting of sixty short stories. You can currently stream on the ESPN app and will premiere on ESPN beginning on October ninth, right? It's going to be great danced on a wonderful job at the film, really fun and you know the film and the book of different date. Obviously, a lot of the stuff is that the information is the same, but we did two very distinctly different things with that information. So well, they have a lot of similarities there also in many ways, quite different. I've been diving into it at home and it's great because I can tell everyone like dad's working Liv Malone and there you go. There you go Jackie. Once again. Thank you so much, and thank you again for your time. Thanks Mike. Remember subscribe at double truck stories podcast on the ESPN app apple podcasts, or have you listen to podcasts. Thanks again, and we'll be back soon with more double truck stories. Podcast..

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"pat summitt" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"pat summitt" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Apu cooter. He. The best that we have a new drop. By the way from Trayvon that we're going to have to JIMBO knows Peru's Brad, we're going to figure out just drop that in the show randomly. Anytime we're just goes accuser. He calls a pool, hey, by the way, too early edition of. Oh, I love you. Brother. Reaction. Cool. So we mentioned Gators. In hillbilly headlines and we have a hill headline involving the gator, and we're going to go live now to to grandma in the coverage is from one of our hillbilly headline bureau reporters. It just kept digging all day long and it's carried out. An extra charger with me. Judy Cochran has a class reunion coming up next month. New comment. Her classmates. She stays in touch with on Facebook are finding it hard to believe the quiet girl in their class of thirty two killed this. This is what. Did not do that. And I said, yes, I did do that Monday. She got the big one, twelve feet long, five hundred eighty at their family ranch trinity river. The gator could be responsible for a missing animal from the ranch. Three years ago, we came up missing miniature horse and their league about big lab. The gator is now at the local taxidermists where its head and tail will be mounted the body she'll have made into boots the mayor and grandma can add one more tile to a resume gator hunter and the moral of the story. Don't miss with an Anna. Yeah. Jack. That was a eight, two, miniature horse. I like Cassie said the head in the feet or at the Texas, the body will be made into a pair boots. I watch topgun last night, right movie cable in the great tombs. Sweating top of the sweaty. They were playing volleyball. What do you expect? When I was in college at Tennessee, we used to watch top going all the time. We had a VCR and top gun was stuck in it and what never pop out of Tennessee common bond between top gun and tombstone. I'm your Huckleberry Val Kilmer is both moving to the see where I went to school, watched a lot of top guns to Tennessee hotel has unveiled a Pat summitt sweet room carefully crafted has got her name is decorated motivational speeches. She gave on the wall and assign basketball. A portion of the sales when this room is has patrons. We'll go to the Pat summitt foundation in the Pat summitt heyday. Now, her heyday was like thirty years, but nonetheless in the Pat summitt heyday, one Ryan j MaGee Jay, Ryan McGee went to the university of Tennessee this. What was your? What dealings did you have with the legendary? I'll give so no lie. Like third or fourth day, a freshman year. My grandfather had died, went school, got up there late. Like I was behind, I'd register lay just a mess. So I was little. I didn't know anybody any one guy dirty. My. Buddy. I knew one guy on campus that was it, and I was bombed like I was sitting on a bench supposed to be the greatest week in the life. I sit on a bench and circle park right by the communications, and I'm sitting there staring at the ground. Like, what am I doing here? And all of a sudden I hear, are you okay? And I look over and Pat some standing there what and I go to. She's walking from Neilan stadium over to the basketball, and you're all by yourself. You're okay. And I said, yeah, I'm okay. She's a lot of me is she said she was telling what's going on and I gave the whole thing. I said granddaddy died, overwhelmed. College is huge all this stuff and she said she gave me a motivational speech right there. Let me tell you something. She goes. It's tough right now. She's this'll be the greatest four years of your life. She was however long you here because you just tough it out. She trust me and I think right she she walks off fast forward to like three years later, playing immoral football with dirty in the boys, and I catch. We're leaving whatever win the game walking off and Pat summitt is leaving the aquatic center and she yells, hey, I told you it work out. No, no, it's a great, great story..

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