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"paul brian" Discussed on WTOP
"Of troy oh by the and we only have these ice -cold heineken silvers to defend ourselves forget let's blundering party get all the taste no bitter crisp and refreshing heineken silver only 3 .2 grams of carbs 95 calories order now at heineken .com slash silver must be in order to purchase enjoy heineken responsibly ac overdrive not a sports team this is all around here and my friends at window nation can help your air -conditioned overdrive well you probably notice leading sky to -high energy bills with new windows from window nation save up to thirty percent of your energy bills listen more heat to come so save thousands today with no money down no payments and pay no interest for two years plus get fifty percent off all style windows call 866 -90 -nation or go online window nation dot com everything you need every time you listen wtop is it's six fifteen i'm dickie leonel thanks for being with us in recent months new artificial intelligence tools have garnered attention and concern over their ability to produce original work one is concern a high could fuel miss and dis information especially during the presidential campaign paul brian this is a columnist for dow jones market watch author of several books on the presidency and also the host of an award -winning podcast on disinformation he talked to wto t lp's dan ronan about why the rise of the a high holds promise in lots of areas but also carol technology can be used for both good or bad purposes it depends upon the intent of the user in the case of AI since we're in the middle of a presidential campaign AI can be used to say craft better messages to voters refine the geo targeting are getting of them relative to ages of code education and all the rest but as we know also it could be used to generate false narratives designed to confuse or fool voters the problem here is that AI is exploding so quickly both the technology and its rate have of adoption that the probability of it being used for malicious purposes during the campaign I think appears a very high Paul isn't this like almost anything though that there's about eighty percent positive maybe fifteen percent negative well hard to say what the percentages are going to depend upon intent the of the user but I'll give you an example of concerns what's as generative technology and that's the ability to generate images and videos the power in realistic appearance of say fake images fake videos really is just a mind -blowing now it's quickly getting even better we all know that on top top of that a study was released just recently that showed just how powerful somebody's big are platforms quickly transformed prompts into phony things a prompt is when you simply tell one of these platforms what you know what to do one test showed that the three biggest generative platforms easily turned 90 % of prompts into falsehoods so the potential for generating fake information again is really high and when you combine it with the reach of social media which is largely unregulated the potential for trouble the during election i think i cannot be overestimated paul burned as columnist for dow jones market watch and host of a disinformation podcast on quick look at the top stories were working on it w t o p the death toll has reached eighty in the devastating fires in hawaii a three -year child died aboard a bus shuttling migrants from texas to chicago keep it here for full details on the stories in the minutes
"paul brian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To think the outlook is mixed if this economy just carries on as it has done. And if we see can inflation come down, which we will do, although having stubborn wage inflation that I think is under -appreciated, then you could have higher for longer. If the Fed stops and stays higher, that's okay because historically the market does well. It's only when the Fed pivots that the market will come down. And Dussel with us there on Bloomberg Radio. We'll be getting a U .S. inflation report Tuesday ahead of that Fed meeting. And Michael Kuchma, chief investment officer for global fixed income at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, says investors are struggling to make sense of it all. We seem to be bouncing around from one extreme to the other. We're optimistic, we're pessimistic, optimistic, think pessimistic. that relates I to the fuzziness of what's going on in the world. We're in this transition. Manufacturing is weakening. Service sectors are strengthening. Labor markets are changing around that strengthen some sectors weakness and other sectors, sectors. it's very obscure in terms of what the actual fundamental underlying trends are. So I think we do have a tendency to see it to bounce around in terms of what we think is going on. And as Kuchma puts it, we bounce around the Bank of Japan and the the European Central Bank are also meeting in the coming days. Investors also monitoring the federal indictment of former President reaction Trump coming in fast and furious on the Sunday talk shows. And we're checking all that for you here as well. Even as most of the New York City job market is fully reversed its pandemic losses, retailing remains far behind. Bloomberg's Larry Kofsky explains. A report from the Center for Urban Futures says retail employment in the city is down more than 11 % since February 2020. Overall, private sector employment is down less than 1%. The lagging retail recovery impacts some of the city's most vulnerable workers. reduced. The report says more than 70 % of retail workers are black, Hispanic and or Asian, And more than 20 % are younger than 25. I'm Larry Kofsky, Bloomberg Radio. All right. right? Thank you, Larry. And as we've been reporting, the 76 annual Tony Awards ceremony honoring Broadway's best productions Thank you. You're said to be really over the top because for the first time, it's taking place at the United Palace Theater. That's in Washington Heights in upper Manhattan. There's a Speakeasy inside apparently for VIPs. And with upscale baccarat crystal and Zacapa rum, a lot of people trying to maybe make their way in. And Global News, 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2700 journalists and over 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini, and this is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg We may not have an overall recession, we're having a rolling recession. The economy overall looks pretty strong at least when it comes to jobs. The financial stories that shape our world. Three major regional bank failures sent shockwaves through the banking system. We're all trying to figure out what to make of generative AI through the eyes of the most influential voices. Welcome now Dr. Krugman, Paul Brian Moynihan of Bank of America, Deborah Lehrer of the Paulson Institute, Glenn Hubbard of the Columbia Business School. Bloomberg Wall Street with David Weston from Bloomberg Radio. A whole lot of smoke and fires match, to some being started and some being put out. This is Bloomberg Wall Street Week, I'm David Weston. This week's Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio and economic historian Neil Ferguson on where China is headed. There's not a winner or a loser. I'm not saying there's any guarantee that the United States is the side that wins Cold War II. Pete Salvers of KKR on a different approach to private equity. This is a superior way of operating a company in every respect. And Bank of America's CEO Brian Moynihan on saving money with AI. The way I really think is near term helpful is in computer programming development.
"paul brian" Discussed on Outer Limits Of Inner Truth
"Day liberty movement, and he's one of the most passionate advocates for peace and freedom in the world today. Please welcome back to the program. Doctor Ron Paul, thank you for being with us doctor Paul. Brian, it's great to be with you again. Thank you. First off, let me just say that the recent Ron Paul conference, this past year was phenomenal. I thought it was great and it was wonderful to have so many people come together so I want to congratulate you on your staff. I'm putting together a great event. And from your perspective, looking at how the world has changed at least in the past 6 months, what would you gauge the temperature in the U.S. to be? Do you think that though the forces of darkness shall we see are pushing us towards more tearing that there is hope that there is a greater pushback maybe more than they had originally anticipated? It's hard to get judge and I guess Daniel and I do that on a daily basis. Good news in the bad news coming. And I would say basically I think things get better, but it's not the kind of thing that you can be convincing of others to believe in it because the news that we're hosting the headlines are so bad. And the power structure is still with the bad guys. But I still think I use as an example of even just when you look at it more early, you know, about COVID. That's been a total disaster and that locked on. Liberty didn't benefit too much in this last year or so. But you hear and read all these horrible horrible stories and how much punishment there is met out because of people, you know, sort of not doing exactly as the government has. But this build up fear that you can associate with your math and all that stuff, which turns out scientifically probably had very little provided very little help for us. But the one thing is that the crowds are great when they had when they had that football game that came out and there was a 100,000 people together. I thought that was the people voting. You know, if they were, people aren't stupid. If they know that they had ten neighbors, they got real sick and family members die off. They must have suspected that things aren't quite the way we're told in order to get you to roll over, do what the government tells. Follow all the rules. Take your vaccine, get your get your passport, but I think that I like to look at the 100,000 people turn out having a good time and not worrying about all the scare mongering by the politicians. But we have a ways to go to really find out which way it's going to go. I think long-term, the freedom movement is in a position where it can have a great deal of influence, but not automatically in the next week or month or two because there's still wealth left and are still determination by those who have the control, so I think we have to see some bad times before we can hope that we can make really good progress with the liberty movement. Thank you all said, I wonder if that the coming economic crash is going to have an indication of that. It will finally wake people up. And doctor Paul, you once said that people can not unhear what you tell them and you're referencing the benefit of speaking the words of liberty to masses, and I remember two years ago you were talking about how maybe some of the behavior among Americans is happening because they don't feel good about themselves. And at this point, if you look around, you see some people are still triple masking, and they have Stockholm hot Stockholm themselves to the legions of the government, even though their lie after lie after lie, should liberty minded individuals at this point just write them off and maybe just focus on strengthening their ties with others. People at this point can not see through the lives at this point of how bad things are. Are they ever going to see it? Is it worth it? No, they're going to because I think the education is going to start influencing more and more people. And I think like people like you and many others who have a voice and reach as many people as you can. The whole ideas of, you know, free markets and that's a live and well. So I think that's going to continue. But eventually there's going to be people who are going to lose confidence in the government right now the statistics are going up. 70 or 80% of people don't believe what the government tells us. That's a pretty good start. So they're going to have to believe in something. And I think there's a natural instinct for people to want to believe in liberty even though it's not readily apparent all the time. They have become too dependent and there are a lot who have any been thought about the things we're talking about. And they've been told controlled and Todd and our schools and everything in the movies and the major media they make the assumption that people can't take care of themselves and I have members of Congress. People that were smart enough when I'd say to them, why are you voting for this? This is in the constitutional. This is not a good idea. It doesn't protect anybody. And they would tell me, well, they're too stupid. The people are too stupid. They're not going to do it. I don't endorse that. I think the people eventually tend to wake up just like in the last year. There are more people demonstrating against this COVID lockdown than there was a year ago. So yes, they will convert. But sometimes it will be not real sophisticated. They're not going to overrate human action. You know, and explain the business cycle from that viewpoint. But I think there's going to be a lot of instincts. I think people still want to take care of themselves and when they realize it's in their best interest to do that and not depend on the government. And then I would hope that is the time that we see a tremendous growth in our movement. Thank you, doctor Paul. And speaking of the liberty movement, we recently had Knox county mayor Glen Jacobs whose Hall of Fame professional essays lend Jacobs he came on our show, and he said that you've done more for the cause of liberty, since the founding fathers. He said, there was a founding fathers. There was a piece of history and then you came along. And he said that how you were one of his greatest heroes. And I always look at you as a wonderful example of what an individual should be like, especially when they're promoting the cause of liberty. How can other people in your perspective awaken the Ron Paul within themselves and become an effective leader and effective.
"paul brian" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Pretty crappy albums To to begin their careers but there were a lot of on the cusp. That you know well let me mention. I just just a couple here just for the heck of it Rat wanted man dio. Stand up show twisted sister a what you don't know sure can can hurt. You can't hurt you. Alison chains. We die young. I thought those were on the cost. Maybe maybe maybe of of being kinda cool Fitting this whole thing Rush finding my way. I thought was a really good. First song Kinda demand temic of it. Which brings us to this whole thing. Actually i wanted to mention this. A few comments that came in on the anthem episode Because i thought there was some good debate on the facebook page. That came up after the any was david fisher said excellent episode as always really chime in on these things. But i feel like you missed an honorable mention with halloween's eagle fly. Free that song single handedly changed the power metal genre. Think of all the imitators especially live. It's a trick. Traditional german schlager. Sing along ramped up to eleven. Absolutely david that's an excellent excellent choice huge anthem and it was super super important. Power metal so My bad Jacob tannehill says okay great episode. I listened today. Go back and listen to tom. Sawyer by rush would consider that an anthem especially seeing them live opening their shows with it against the crowd pump for the show. I would kind of disagree and i. i really wanted to almost do an episode on rush anthems. I was a little buoyed by this idea. That that There are a bunch of bands that don't really do anthems and i thought russia's one and possibly aerosmith is another one Not big on the anthems which is fine. You have great songs for other reasons. But i thought it might be kind of intriguing to look at russian in the idea of anthem so that might be something that might come up but Then i mentioned back to jacob on the facebook page i said may what do you think about finding my way. And he said definitely agree about finding my. You said that on the podcast that they didn't really have an anthem. Somewhat bottom line is every ban. has that one anthem. Sometimes you have to dig for them. True jay guel drake jacob. I mean the point is it's kind of interesting or more interesting. perhaps to think of bands. That aren't hardwired to think About writing anthems and why is that right. Why does rush not wanna rate anthems Because all of big thing with anthems i suppose. Is this identification with the crowd. And neil doesn't doesn't lean that way with his lyrics you know. He's he's writing about the world out there and stuff. It's not he. He wasn't so much other than maybe something like a subdivisions. He wasn't so much writing to identify with the crowd. Put it that way. I'll put that out there Not sure why aerosmith may be may maybe all explore that idea but Yeah it'd be interesting to know on the facebook page. Let me know. What other bands This this might really turn into an episode. What other bands are not hardwired to write. Anthems blazed barshop says i might have thrown pseudo era except in the mix balls to the wall restless and wild burning metal heart You know. I don't. I don't know i don't know balls to the wall. I would say as an anthem restless and wild. I would say no burning. I would definitely say no although it has that big kind of you know happy booby thing to it. Metal heart no not really an anthem. I wouldn't wouldn't agree there either. Andrew clark says i would have gone crazy nights for the kiss anthem. But this seems to be a very hated. L. is my favorite kiss record but very unpopular. He says Yeah crazy. Nights says is definitely an anthem Brian paul says great episode. They all are thank you very much. But deal wasn't mentioned. Stand up and shout we rock it cetera. Yeah we rock is definitely an anthem. I could mention that one nathaniel no rights. A few from my anthem playlists pat benetton invincible. I can't even picture that song. Tesla hang tough. I can't picture that song either. Loverboy loving every minute of it wouldn't call that an anthem. kansas power. I can't picture that song foreigner. i'm gonna win. Definitely feels like anthem lizzy board me against the world. I can't picture that song either. Grant arthur said i just heard the episode Loved it some anthems that come to mind to assist. I wonder what rock and we're not gonna take it. I think might mention that slater quite right come on field noise. Yep i might have mentioned that. Maybe not joan jett i love rockwell. Might mention that john mellencamp rock aro c k in the usa. I didn't mention that. And i totally agree total anthem. Nazareth love hurts. He put here. I totally don't agree with that April wine. I like to rock not really agreeing with that. One either Don challenge chaldean. wrote You did a good job with his anthem show. But i have to be a jerk and mentioned that anthems are awful pieces of music that includes the ones you mentioned and all others. I could mention my opinion as a matter of taste. I only care about mine. These songs are all sound formulaic and goofy to me i especially hate the ones that talk about rock and roll and metal. Am i the only one who doesn't need the band's i love i love to write anthems for the faint us to be part of the fantasy brotherhood. The pretense insults me. I will end on a positive note and say martin did take great care to analyze the components of anthems. Yeah that's pretty cool. There's a lotta great points in that Yeah i. I always find that this lyrical Train of thought A little cheesy. I don't think. I don't think by rule the music of an anthem. is cheesy. I think possibly without even really having considered it. I would think the music actually is better than average on an anthem. so I think your point here. dawn Is is taken more to heart Certainly when it comes to lyrics I agree and this whole thing with being one of the crowd stuff i. I don't really need that in my life. I don't. i don't need that. you know. Flattery or whatever from the band towards the crowd or whatever and yeah. I do think it's a little a little cheesy at times. All right If you like this episode want to support me you know. I have this kofi dot com thing That i do instead of. I mean it was just suggested to me at one point. I thought i tried. It was enough to try. So i do that instead of patriotic And it's working out. Pretty good. And i always like to thank who has been Stepping up after last week's episode to this week's episode and on that front this week it was joe bat. Bel air expediting andy. Black sugar transmission bruce campbell. Andrew clarke tim durling jamie laszlo. Read little at gusting garcia de parade as brian. paul. Brian sager gino. Sega's monday and patricio smart over in. France right patricio. You're yeah you're still a france right and yeah and that's it Hope you liked this episode. Let me know what you think i mean. Obviously there are some other examples but but if you're going to suggest an example at the facebook page rise to the challenge and and really think about that. It's all downhill after this. Can you think of I songs on first album side. One that literally. It is all downhill after this.
"paul brian" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"ESPN radio. The ESPN happens here is excellent channel 80 people weighing in on Twitter about Game two of the NBA files with his sons having one Nothing lead over the Milwaukee Bucks. 8 30, Eastern time on ESPN Radio and ABC, For example, Tony Marcellin says, You got the point. God meeting Chris Paul playing like an M V P in the clutch assassin closing out winds. Tim Callison says Chris Paul is the best leader of the modern error and not just in basketball now what he's been able to do. I'm able to accomplish that. I'm glad that Chris Paul is getting his flowers right now, From that standpoint, because for the longest time, it seemed that the injury God's. We're going to be against Chris Paul throughout his 16 years before this year happened, even if not injury, guys, It's just bad luck bounces. Whatever you name it, man. I mean, if it wasn't him getting Angela with somebody else on his team, whatever it may be blowing You know, leads in in semi's I mean, it was it was crazy and every thing that could go wrong. Through a decade and a half his career. Did it go wrong? I mean, it was Murphy's law time on steroids and now I mean, he's as you mentioned he's getting a shine. It's awesome to watch. It really is because he's even off the court. He's a great guy. On the court. He's a grinder, and he's going to demand everything you've got. That reminds me guys like Jordan, like Kobe, like Miami. The if you don't give everything that's why Kobe and Shaq got crossed. Kobe's waking up before am to go, go. Workout shocks coming in at four AM, and he saw a guy like shock thing, and you're wasting your talent. And Kobe. That was just a complete. Are you kidding me? Moment to him? Yeah. Absolutely shocked, finally admitted that years later, But that's what Chris Paul demands. And right now there's nothing else going on outside the Stanley Cup finals, which by the way right now is driving me nuts. Because Tampa Bay's up one nothing over months ago, two periods down of Tampa Bay win they win the championship, and that's not what the infant Simmons wants because he wants the mayor. Tampa Bay ST Pete. So this squirm a little bit more because she said she wanted Tampa Bay to lose Game four. So to get clinched the cup in Game five in Tampa Bay on Wednesday, and she called, you know what for it, so he wanted to suffer even more because he's statistic. You know what when it comes to that, and that is not even in the news cycle. That's a focus group of one kind of thing, But I think the line is long there. I think our company on that line you you're hearing step with. Yes, but Chris Paul is getting all of this love right now. On a stage basically to himself. Yeah, and you know what he's earned it and we'll see if he can make it to another all that even he knows that as much as anybody will see. They can go up to nothing. Or we're going to have a 11 series 8 30 Eastern time Tomorrow night, ESPN Radio and ABC Game two of the stand of the NBA Finals. Excuse me between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Phoenix Suns. But that's not what has an upset on this Wednesday. Boys and girls here and Freddie Fitzsimmons on ESPN Radio, the ESPN Athens extra child 80. England beat Denmark in a classic game and year old 2020 It's going to be England versus Italy Sunday at three o'clock on ESPN for the championship of Euro 2020. And Fitzsimmons actually won money on this game, and he was still upset. Why he in the floor is yours Are you and I were talking last night off air and I'm I mentioned. You know, England. They're over under on on goals in regulation or extra time is 1.5, right? You're like, man. They put a four spot up. Just to get to the last four. Kind of like the 1.5. Um, I'm with you. It seems like a sucker bet, right? But exactly almost begging uber, you know, Um alright, I'm going to take it, so I'll put 50 bucks on England scoring more than a goal and a half. Well, an extra time. The feel good story. This tournament has been Denmark. Absolutely. You know, you look, they lose one of their leaders and Christian Eriksen, which seems like a decade and a half ago to a cardiac arrest. Scared beyond scary moment. They actually the trainer said We lost him on. He was dead pitch. Yeah, I remember seeing that. Bring out the fib. First paddles he comes back, but, yeah, I mean, so. They're the feel good story. They've had to grind and scratch and claw and try and win for Ericsson. And I mean, you gotta goalkeeper standing on his head doing cart wheels back and, you know, I mean, it's crazy. Here They are in the last four. And it's 11 at Wimbley, you know, And then in extra time this happens, Punch it in England lead to one pain on the rebound and doctor to call on ESPN today. PK is called penalty kick in extra time. In the last four title on birth on the line. Want money on that stupid PK, and I'm furious about it because it should not have been cold. Sterling. The forward for England in the three lines roared me look, and it's been since 1966, but they want any international competition to a major final, meaning euro tournament or the World Cup. And I couldn't. I didn't know that until today. I had no idea that that long right? That's like Alabama football, not winning a title since 1966. So that's album for me, not winning the title since 2019 with their fan base. Come on, but it wasn't It wasn't a foul. It wasn't I don't care if it's the first minute or an extra time. Sterling was losing his balance. There was contact, but I mean, my daughter hits me harder, You know, I mean, it's so to blow the whistle there. It was pathetic, and that's why in a lot of circles The game of soccer football. Overseas Soccer here gets a horrendous Rep. Because of things like that, the Italian striker, you know, arriving in pain in the box goal scored pops right back up like nothing happened. That doesn't help, either. No, it's awful. It's pathetic. That that call never should have been made. It was an awful call by the rep. It's the whistle should not have been blown. They even review it and it stands and you call that that's the problem that I have with. You're going to if you're going to use video assisted review. You should have clearly been able to see that no foul really was committed both the referee in that situation and via RS to come to the moment in that situation crowd losing their mind. It was at that point of the game. I thought they were. They fell victim to the moment and let it overwhelm them. Making that decision horrible, absolutely horrible call. And I even benefited. I know And you know it was the second goal, I'll say would be money and I'm still angry about it. I'll say this. If that game was not played in Wembley Stadium. There's no phone call. Yeah, I agree with you. If that game was played in Moscow, that game was played in Liechtenstein name it absolutely Ian's backyard at the Fitzsimmons Invitational. There's no foul being called. But Wembley Stadium over 64,000 people and, you know some hooligans doing the stand that might know where you parked. Have you seen some of the videos of the in the stands? Yeah. Paul, Brian done such a good friend from played for Team USA in Real Salt Lake. Now an analyst with box, Um, he put out some stuff today of that. Yeah, you talk about over served in the stands, coach and the last thing they need is to be served anything except the jail cell, depending on most of them. The return of the Mack, known as the New England Patriots. That's next on Friday, Fitzsimmons and this is ESPN Radio Grady with Mike Greenberg. People tell him Katie stopped doing this. He'll.
"paul brian" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Isn't anyone cohen now for disrespecting an entire fan base. Sort of like what baker mayfield you know. A couple of years ago when he planted the flag in the center of the stadium. I don't want this to get into. We're toxic conversation not right now and in the future but it serves Kyrie's a good person. But i think this is not being covered correctly for whatever ryan i feel like. I have a little insight into this. I am on some of these shows occasionally We tend to grab headlines off of stories and then have twelve minute debates about them and sometimes they have nothing. The conversation has really nothing to do with how we started it in. It's just it's just the nature of the industry. There are days when we don't have enough time to talk about the stories but most days we have nothing but time. So what do we do. We create nothing. We create something out of nothing which which leads to calls like yours. Thank you very much. Appreciate it rob in memphis. You're on the air right. I just wanted to say. I'm looking forward to sec media days coming up I'm from memphis where you are. You went to high school. H s station where my kids went to. We're proud of you. Thank you remember how much fun it was to have. Yvette Come to memphis of the touchdown club. Al man that was just keep up with low. Yeah lugging young the third. Listen let me say this going to ronnie grisanti. He's made a lot of people's lives. Fine and i remember. I talked to david house today. I'm going to birmingham tomorrow. He's gonna launch his new book. And get to see david and i do. I do a sports show on. Wbz q. called sidelines dot live. I would ask for love to have you. Because you're you're a journalist. And what i love about you is everything you say on the show. You've thought about it beforehand because you wrote it. I don't know he's agree with you. And i will say this. I talked to david today. I just said with my journalism one of my teachers. My freshman year filled the word in. But i just say it's just a lot of fun and you you bring a lot to the table. I mean and you. But but as a writer i remember senior up in the press box in eighty one and eighty two. When you just think you would just graduated tennessee. I don't think you're but you're right. You're right but We just we just enjoy you. And i would absolutely love to have your rumble. I'd love to and and you know you you you really. I'm not saying. I was so impressed with the analyst cemented. Ghosn and she is she's trailblazing for a new generation. I talked to a good friend of mine earlier today. Who's of her generation. And i i try to i. I really try to stay connected. But it's hard to. I don't wanna be the ivory tower guy. That's what i miss about the newspaper business. We all miss it. But you know when you when you did what. I did so many of the people that i looked up to in in memphis like george tedious and mike flagging guys. That really influenced me tremendously. Large way. They new everyone because back. Then you could do that. I'll never forget georgia lupita so we were at coach. Bryant's final game in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and a bunch of were waiting outside his. I think it was his sweet to have a farewell interview. And they're gonna georgia's walk past us all and he he. I mean he could call. He could call paul bryant any hour of the day and it was different back. Then i'm going to a funeral this weekend of my old boss. Bill lumpkin who who who who had all his son told us not long ago he had joe paterno woody hayes in paul brians naming his little record book. You can't do that anymore to get get a hold of nick saban. I mean you need to go through the cia. Yeah well you know. Paul one another thing. When coach brian Came to the funeral. And i've got a lot of very close alabama for my stepdaughter graduate with my best friend graduate now but when coach bryant died hayes with the funeral and it came down on a greyhound bus. I didn't know that that money back then. I didn't want him after they they. They flew back to columbus. And they're just that. Was i remember interviewing him at the at the church and he was so gracious. That's the thing about coach. woody hayes. I had a chance to sit down with them a couple years later after he retired he was and he was he made. If you did an iq of the greatest coaches of all time he might be number one absolutely well. What's great about you. And i get to see david. How's tomorrow and buddy davidson reba goal. Goodness let me work up in high school in the press box and you can't cheer up there as you know the rules but i just remember you would come rolling in from a game somewhere else. Maybe in atlanta. I think maybe alabama and played georgia tech that day in birmingham atlanta in eighty two my freshman year at all. When i'm up there you come rolling in but you have built they sense of community but don't ever discount yourself and sell yourself what you do journalists because what you are is you're a conduit to the past the president of teacher in.
"paul brian" Discussed on Room 77 | Podcast
"I'm sure she's not like this with every guy. No that's her level of attraction that did to your fair moons and what you did to her. Yeah whatever i did yeah fuck shit up and you go to night. You got bed every night thinking that i was so good. Yeah she could not function sexually but in a way that was like she's overflowing. She's overflowing yes overproducing fluids. I didn't want her to get dehydrated. The honest i would've loved to have had sex with her more. I really would have but she was so wet at my condo. Was it sucks so bad and that was about it. I mean that was that was our takeaway from that. We're kind of emotionally hosted from the entire Debacle that happened with us in texas stayed low. We did a podcast while we were there just briefly called sex whisper and is a mexican podcast. next city. I don't know how anyone is going to understand us. We like four or five words in spanish. When they started the music started. It was so loud. There are no headphones. There was the. I don't know how anybody heard anything. A nightmare on a locked in a padded room. I know and he'd asked me he was like. Oh you're not talking that much. I'm like who could talk to these conditions. And like and then. I go edit for like nine hours or whatever crazy shit i do and we asked him. And we're like well you got a lot of. I have one word. I have to cut out. I know i'm like let me. Just take a second and say like you know. We joke about patriotic. And this wouldn't be here without you guys but the amount is the amount of editing and stuff that he does is. It's you know. I wasn't i wasn't gonna come from that. I was just gonna say to the people who listen ab- sorry. I can't do that. I could bring you on every single week but a can't do that like i can't just go live now. I can't can't hand that out. People listen to a lot of stuff. That's awesome but in that particular situation with the music playing and there was like four people talking a thick six people. six people. Talking into four microphones do that now. So i'm sorry. It's funny watching you squirm though little in your chair cute. That's why i was trying to say it's anyway. I'm sorry we can't bring you on once a week. I'm sorry we pretty much left. After that there was a man who kept knocking on our door. You lost his wife though as starikov. We had asked her friend. Harry hey do you need medicine. We need a particular type our sponsors by the way. I'm going to run that up to you right now. 'cause i am the nicest person on the planet. We're expecting him to come up with the medicine. And there's a knock at the door. And i opened the door and it's a man standing in a towel just a tau kind of wet like hi. I'm sorry i'm looking for my wife. Have three hundred rules. So then i go back to waiting for the guy to come back with medicine and of course i opened the door. It's him again. I'm so sorry. I still can't find my wife not time. Did he make it through the entire hotel. Each one more door just came back. And i was like fuck at your those people to come in. We didn't even stay the last night we go. Sit out of there like spies tonight. We packed up our shift. We were like let's go home and get a really really good night's sleep. We get home and there was a wedding. There's a wedding reception happening. Like fifteen feet from our bedroom. And we're like motherfucker. Why oh well. Such is life and as life is about learning. I hope you learned something in there. All of that was brought to you by these amazing patriots. Keep us going. Lauren named some of the people that are responsible for our funding. All right. thank you paul. Brian g and m eight roland brad. Rayson revo zero eight. One eight. Tony and natalie john h two o s knock john tony dusty antonio zamboni jeremy bread and incognito and those have been so far the best patriots. We've had yet nothing against the old ones. They're amazing but this batch really really good. Yeah they brought me coffee. Actually this batch. Thank you so much for your support. This next story is gonna fit in quite nicely to to what we have to say. This part that. I have to say now is going to tee up the story really nice. What we have to say is what are we going to talk about you know. Tell me you've no idea what we're doing do you. I just point to you. I have a whole thing literally like i have no idea what what do you think we're talking about the dp ema anybody no nod jet which actually dp end antiga time that they're doing their six weeks lead up to antiga naked in antiga. They are doing the six week. Course lose all of your body fat right before you get to antiga thing that they do that before the the peak cap thing now doing before antiga. I don't know if i heard correctly. But they had said that they believe that they can shed ninety three pounds in six weeks. Ooh yeah that's what i heard. I mean i think that's average weight loss. That's burning like fifty thousand calories a day. Yeah totally possible totally if you run to tokyo. So here's the thing they send me a thing what to say to the people right right so i just want to read it really quickly because i'm too lazy to make something up on my own and they're gonna make a qr code. So you can just go there. I don't know how that works. Okay sounds anti you are codes to me are the closest we've gotten to teleportation to me pixelated dot. That's how i see it. You see something you like. Beam it to me what you get with. 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They showed their results from from the naughty j program. Did you see those photos awesome. That was really good at made me feel like shit. I'd lazy ass all right so check that out now on with the content tat with has to do with jim and you are wearing your workout clothes still recording in my workout clothes. Yeah we have a lot to talk about. We don't have a lot of time and we are running a little bit late. Because i suspect you went back to the jim to look at the really beautiful guy that was there today. That's my suspicion it claimed.
"paul brian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Minister of Singapore Hung sweet yet in conversation with a Bloomberg's house, Linda, Um and Mr Hung was talking about a number of things there. One of them, interestingly correlates to the announcement that the Lion City was going to dig deeper into the government's reserves as a way of of funding, more support to help households and businesses rebound. From the pandemic. This is the second year in a row that Singapore has torto has had to tap those reserves this year. 8.3 billion U S worth. Now he went on to say that we have not seen the full extent of the economic impact of the pandemic. Singapore, for example, is expecting tourism arrivals to remain weak all year and also went on to add that there is now a greater need for investment in major structural changes. All right, let's get caught up on where we are with respect to market action. Brian Curtis is in Hong Kong, Brian Yeah, he showed a little concern about inflation and also rising bond yields and rising bond yields. Doug, as you know, has been one of the big stories today. So in the next 60 seconds, I'm going to try to answer these questions. Is the bond selloff almost over what happens next in the stock market? Will investors by the dip give me one interesting stock story and give me two interesting data points, So let's start with Singapore. They did have their January non oil domestic exports. 12.8%. That's nothing to shake a stick at, so that's pretty interesting and Japanese exports accelerated in January. Exports up 6.4%. There was a big pickup from the 2% we saw in December, but it did miss the estimate of 6.8%. But Doug listen to this. Exports to China Rose 37, a half percent Year on year in January. Now onto that question about whether or not the worst of the long bond off sell off, maybe over well, one of our bond gurus on the markets live block West. Goodman says he thinks so. If trading patterns are anything to go by, the decline is reaching this sort of size that has proven to be a turning point in the past. We did see Long term Treasury yields jumping to a one year high 30 year yield up around 2.8% to 10 Year at about 1.30%. Now that interesting stock story shares of JD dot com in Hong Kong jumping No, you 4% On a week tape today, The Hang Seng Index is actually down about 1/10 of a percent J D file the listing application application for its logistics arm in Hong Kong. JD would retain control of the unit with a more than 50% stake. And the final question. Will investors by the dip? I think so. All right, that is look at markets. Let's get back over to Paul. And I'll handle straight ever do it, Baxter actually, and the global museum it What do you watch him today? All right, Paul. Brian just lost points you gain Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Australia's Victoria State to lift its five day lockdown. Hongkong's government has gone ahead with a loosening of some covert 19 restrictions. US. President Joe Biden says the U. S may break the goal of 100 million shots and 100 Days. California set up mass vaccination sites, but Governor Gavin Newsom says not enough doses. Hong Kong Okay. Sign Novak for emergency use, Bloomberg's Michelle Cortez says about 62% efficacy after a second shot. The wife of Kim Jong Ana resold. You has made her first public appearance in a year, joining him at a musical performance. Philippine authorities have evacuated dozens of people from areas near tall volcano increased seismic activities. May Amar Police have filed a new charge of violating covert restrictions against Aung San Souci could mean indefinite time detention and Donald Trump is lashed out of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, blaming him for GOP Senate laws calls him dour, sullen, unsmiling political hack. Who in San Francisco? I'm Ed Baxter. This is bloomer. Drive back to you guys. Brian already. I'll take it from here. Thanks said when I get to David affinity. Now he's Bloomberg Asia rates And if ex reporter keeping an eye on the markets of forests and David, we have Brian Talking there about what's going on on the bond market. Here in Australia, we got yield spiking as well. The 2 10 spread the widest sense 2014. And if we take a look at the yield on the 10 year on the state's 1 29 right now, pulling off a little Yes. Is that the question of the day? Actually on Bloomberg in live blogged half our Treasury yields going to rise. Yeah, I mean the key, and I think it's not just how far their wives think speed at which they rise. I think they grind higher. That's different. Collective eight could teach Spike I I think you're looking at 10 years on the Senate that technical basis No. They breached the march hive at 1 27. So there's not really a lot of resistance. They talk about 1.51 50. So I think you're sending a scope for them for sharp and wish to I think I think that because I think they have Langley will. I think next week, the house supposed to looking to vote on the Simmons plans, you could distinguish start coming back into the play. I think that will add to the refreshingly trades. And sold around. I think with a little technical resistance ahead, I think the years can push higher and I think if they do and that Sonny near term, there will be a published for the dollar. David, I'm I'm trying to understand just in terms of the price action that we've seen over the last few days. Whether any of the move up in yields terms of the AL goes, was connected to this rally that we have had in crude oil, which has since kind of cooled a bit. 17 essentially kind of because always, he was always spiking. It doesn't even add into this face and trade idea, and you think it's on Monday. There's limited liquidity because US holidays U. S markets on the holidays that doesn't help. In the mood, So I think some of that I don't think it's the only trade. I think this is moving higher. We're seeing people having toe by the hedge themselves. Inspect that They weren't They didn't interest you have to go as high as they have. So I think there's a vital factors alone, all leading to this. Fighting US yields. Well, we've been seeing a bit of a rise in the U. S dollar as well counted of what's been going on recently. We were hearing from the FBI here in Australia really is saying the dollar here would be 5% higher without it's easy monetary policies. So I do wonder we in an undeclared currency war right now. Well, I think, of course things on which currency you're referring to. I think the moment sitting near term this room for us off us, so your dollars per tire. But having said that I do think come sounds like how high do your show was going? How quickly If they do start to taper off famous. One state 1 31 50 rains and they just start going sideways. They have always seemed, as you think will be risk back on approach on that will favor Senate commodity currencies on other something currencies. I think Donna would lose in that scenario certainly turned down the field. I think it depends on which way it plays. And honestly, if they think in terms of central banks will be looking at the idea that C b a come out yesterday and said, Hey, we think they may start changing your target as early as August..
"paul brian" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Crews have had an early advantage We have to treat over the weekend and last week, so there's material already currently out on our roadways from that, If you drive around, you'll probably was seized. All rather do as well. Is Paul Brian that we've already put on the road, so we have Ah, pretty good foundation out there. Already, Holden says their goal is to eventually get streets possible after the snow moves out just over 1900 coronavirus cases were reported today by the Ohio Department of Health is the first time those new daily cases have been under two thousands of since October. 19th We're also 36 new deaths has recurring covert hospitalizations. There are 2012 patients being treated with a virus. As of the latest report in Ohio, there have now been seven straight days, with current hospitalization, staying below 2500. If that trend where to continue into Thursday, Governor Mike DeWine could lift the nightly covered curfew. Just over 1000 cases reported in Kentucky today, But new desk remain high. There were 40 reported one of those deaths back from in December. The Koven 19 positivity Ready, Kentucky. Now it's 7.78% news radio 700 WLW Sports College basketball. Thursday's Big East Gate between two Poland's Avery's postponed due to covert 19 considerations. This is the Musketeers third straight postponement, and sources say it's to Paul's decision not to play the game more tonight on the Travis Steal Show. It's Seven on 55 KRC, the latest on the Cincinnati Bearcats tonight, John Braden showed 805 Year on 700, wlw and K You Coaches Show it eight on ESPN. 15 30 Bill Dennison 700 WLW Sports Final numbers on Wall Street Down was up 238 points, NASDAQ Rising 131 and the S and P was up. 29 points are next update is at five o'clock..
"paul brian" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Oh, this'll places adorable. Dammit! Where are you guys? We're filming Where you I'm in Norway. Normal. You're sitting Damn it! Okay, The will Ferrell's waging his battle on Norway. Let's get the story behind this ad because it's all about the electron electric vehicle sort of competition on go for that. Let's go to car guy Paul Brian. How are you, Paul? I'm flying. I'm coming on the show on the heels of a bagel, Beth and any and I'm not sure that I would want to play it out with you. But if you put your mother's buckle of that in point, my mom makes an excellent baklava, by the way, every dessert with diplomacy. Really? You'd go chiefs. Okay, We got a bottle of off for Brian and I've got a bagel. Okay, Well, you heard the Barbara story. Let's not even go there for Dr Copan. The Barbara story. Jeez. Patrick Holmes almost wasn't playing in the Super Bowl. I was very worried about that. Because that wouldn't have been fair. No, I mean already. Tom Brady's gonna dismantle them. So imagine without Patrick Mahomes. I just you know, Anyway, let's talk cars, please. I want to ask about the electric vehicle thing because you've talked about this on my show many many times. You talk about it. And your podcast too. I know you know. Electric vehicles were what What 1% of the United States, which scared Okay. Hold up one finger. Now hold up another finger. And you don't need any more fingers to 2% 0. Yeah, well, that 2% penetration No likely because in the United States now, what was it 10 years ago, you could use those same two fingers. Uh, the thing you can be first up. I gotta say, you know, kudos to the GM guys for a great spot with Wolf. L mean that that's a great spot, and it's funny. Wow. You got to go toe to words in that, uh, that tell you what's really going on with you. You would know this. Yeah. You can always count on me. The two words that you want to focus on in that commercial is that Norway cells per capita More even in the United States. Well, you got to remember that Norway Well, let me put it this way. The Chicago Metro area is two x the size of the country of Norway. So you're you're talking about a very limited market there in the marketing guys. They're wisely because they got a great number out of it, and they have something that they could really tout well, and it plays to to where they want to take the company. One thing you know I did. It's more where they want to take the companies and whether customers are asking them that stick. That's an important point. I mean, so in Norway, more than just about 60% of their new car market is fully electric. They've got hybrids at 15%, so they're far seeing. I guess it's per capita, but that's per a number of people. Right. That's it. I mean, I think that's apples to apples, isn't it? I mean per You have a million people are there. What do you taken issue with their Paul? Well, I'm saying that, you know, per capita. They're selling on a lot more vehicles because they've got A lot more going, You know, it's nowhere near the size of this country. We don't have that kind of tax incentives that are going up if you buy a car if you buy a car in Norway There's no tax on the car. We pay your parking in the metro area. They'll built the strip a lot of tech. I mean, they have Ah, all kinds of incentives The government has created here and there in order to get people to want to buy them. Well there and they've been trying for so long here to do save Thank you can still go ahead and buy on life angiogram that has tax credits with it, which is really part of Tesla's valuable secret. I mean, they aren't really in the car business there in the But credit business. On 44. The incentives that they're able to supply. Because they're 11 states that require automakers sell a certain percentage of zero emission cars by 2025. If they can't do that, our automakers have to buy regulatory credits from another automaker. That means those requirements and that happens to be one tassel. It's like now if you will get their numbers. They brought him a shade over $3 billion over the course of the last five years in about half of that last year alone. Half of that $1.6 billion and regulatory credits. Uh, Were there. I mean, if you take those away from there from Tesla's sales, they actually had a net loss in 2020. It's remarkable story. I mean, Tesla's what the world's most valuable car company, But then you look where the value is. It's a little deceiving. I agree with you there. I saw those stories. Hey, Paul, before we run out of time, though, here too. I just wanna make sure we point out some of the differences you point out many times before. Norway has a It's It's domestic energy comes from a single renewable source or just about hydropower, which is which is awesome. Ours is what Colin nuclear mostly what there's a different world in terms of what's feeding the electric vehicle. No one knew anything. Really. But, uh, yeah. I mean, you know, we we've just got a lot more of the stuff that makes us go. I mean, there's no reason to go ahead and Do some of the things that we're doing here in the name of the global warming agenda when you know if you want to look at this on a 20 year horizon, maybe And that's what GM is looking at right now. In the end, just this morning, Jim Farley, it Ford to CEO export. They want to take it to the other thing that people really have to remember to is now when they say that We're going to be elected by 2035. We're going to be electrified, not electric, and there's a difference there. Electrified and electric are two different animals. So you can have hybrid power that goes in there you can have. You know it comes in various forms. So you know, they're They're heading that way, but still you you gotta be encountered there said saying, Gee, Mr Farley to this Berra was selling 2% of what we make in this thing, And we don't have dealers out here that are telling us that people were beaten down their doors to come in and buy evey is why, Wow, You still got to weigh a buck Asked here. Yeah, right. And by the way, charging stations they're not everywhere. Which is something I figured out the hard way. I mean, Ellen must consent a car into space. But he can't get me to do buffalo on a cold day without being stranded on the side of the road. It's a problem. It's a big problem. Hey, we're out of time. Paul To be continued in my mom will make you bet back. Live on no matter what, But what do you What are you gonna make for May? I don't want him. I wonder why I didn't mean for you. Let's see on Facebook yesterday. I posted up some awesome Avocado toast that I made with homely, pickled red onions. I'll make you some of those and handsome, hard boiled eggs and 70. I'd make anything. Yeah, Omega's I like it the whole thing. All right. Thank you, Paul. I'm looking forward to that. And okay. Hey, What's your podcast again? Remind us the name. His turn her turn. It's just go there and there's gonna be some other news coming out the next two..
"paul brian" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You're even mentioning that the instances in nursing homes that everybody there is getting them. How do you get to that number? And Wow, Does that seem like a big number to you? Well, far be it for me, Tonto. Take exceptions, Anything Bactine factor, Fauci says. There's two things though. There's a lot of Americans who've been infected or ready. Probably over 100 million, maybe more than that, who've been infected already? And all those people have some immunity. To the virus, so that's good. What's all these people that were vaccinating that were over 30 million already. So I think we're gonna get to that 70%. Really quickly. When you put the two numbers together, people been pretty good previously infected and those that have gotten vaccinations now we want the people have been previously infected. Also be eventually vaccinated. We think that they'll be, um or I'm robust immune response to the virus if people get get vaccinated, even if they've been previously infected. But I think we're gonna see that 70 75% occurred more quickly than some would expect. And I'm pretty optimistic about that. I think here in Illinois, we're gonna see some good things, too like Is that wonderful to see what our positivity rate is in Illinois now, right? I mean, it's just plummeting. That's fantastic. Are hospitalizations air down our intensive carrying the beds. Not being taken by his many coded patients. So there's really good things happening here in the state, and I guess they'd actually brings us to an important point with Super Bowl Sunday coming, um We let's make sure that we don't have big Super Bowl parties with lots of people inside our houses because we know those concern into super spreader events. We don't need their right now. We're doing so well in the state. Let's keep this moment, um going By keeping the momentum going and get vaccinated that we're gonna be able to finish up. What's next see another surge after a national holiday, and we know that Super Bowl Sunday is a national holiday. We all love. Get together, Do it with just the people that are in your immediate family or immediate group. This isn't the time to invite 50 people over to your house. Yeah, we're doing that this year. We usually have this huge Super Bowl party. And this year it's just the three of us. Me. My husband, My daughter, Gabby, just just the three of us cheering on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I guess that's because Tom Brady is one of my favorites. You gotta pick on this, Dr Copeland. Anybody you want to win either team, or where you with that I have to say, you know, it is the older guy now e think Raul, inspired by a 43 year old time Brady. On the other hand, um, that Kansas City team is really good, um, amazing the way they want to watch my homes and his receivers. Um it's really fun to watch up. I suspect in the end, Kansas City is gonna win. But we know Tampa Bay has the home field advantage. And Brady. This 10th Super Bowl obviously would like toe end things is ah. You know, is the Super Bowl champion again in his first year in Tampa Bay, Okay, I'll bet you a bagel, The Tampa beats. Um okay. Next time we talk on Tuesday, All right, One bagel. Coming your way way. Thank you, Doctor. I appreciate it. Good talking with you. Okay. Be well. Dr. Jeffrey cope in there. Chief Medical officer at Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital coming up on the show to talk to car guy, Paul, Brian, you know that? Ad We were mentioning earlier, the Will Ferrell add the war on Norway. He's got some some statistics for us and some information about electric vehicle sales and why they're so big in Norway and what's the deal here? Lots of thoughts from Paul Brian coming up. In a moment here on WGN, But first I gotta tell you about this celebrate the 55th edition of the big game with exclusive 55 to 1 Odds on Fanduel Paradise Sports Book. And if you've never tried Fanduel before, new users could bet on either team and get 55 to 1 odds when Tampa Bay beats Kansas City I'm sorry, says plays Kansas City. That's right. You can bet $5 and when $275 if you pick the winner of the big game.
"paul brian" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It. Yeah, he's like waging battle Wrong country. Sorry. Well, I love you, buddy. So it's adorable. It's a door. I wanted to hit this place and look, it's adorable. It is so great and he's got that mean face and the whole The whole fund is just he's just really nails it. It's interesting, though, because so what's behind that ad? It's it's attracting a lot of attention to the electric car. Situation in Norway versus America and other countries around the world. Norway three and four cars sold right now are all electric or hybrid in the U. S. I think it's closer to 4% so very big difference. There are other differences to where the majority of their energy comes from. Is something else that will get to we're going to dig into some of this. The electric vehicle situation as You look at more and more vehicles are coming out. And I think last year was a big year for electric vehicles sales, But we're gonna talk with car guy Paul Brian coming up on the show. He used to run the Chicago auto Show, which I got to ask about that, too, because I heard Detroit was doing a virtual auto show, and I think I think she's Chicago. Isn't that usually right around this time of year? I think they're they're doing that, too. So we'll find out About all of that, coming up on the show. We're going to get an update on the CPS situation with CTU. It seems like after that two day cooling off period if you're listening to some of those sound bites were playing the news. It sounds like the rhetoric is heating up again. If that's that's the take. I'm getting. We're going to get the very latest from Heather Schroen, and she follows the stuff very closely, so we'll check in with Heather in just a minute. It's 1 18 this Thursday afternoon.
"paul brian" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"You get the greatest guy ever to coach College football Season national championships. That's more than any coach that has ever done it. I'm just happy that we won tonight. I don't think anybody really Here's to coach Brian Thanks save in Monday, picking up his sixth title in the past dozen years, his seventh title overall, our Paul find bombs, saying This was one for the ages. This is his best without a doubt, and I'm thinking very hard and very seriously about saying this is the best team I've ever seen. And I say that one year removed from saying the L s U team last year looked like the best time I've ever seen, but this team did it under more difficult circumstances, This team played a 10. Game SEC schedule. There were no freebies in there. There were there was there was no East Montana state to to feast off of, and then they play the championship game against Florida and then clearly, we all know Notre Dame in Ohio State, So I just don't think there's anything that comes close to this. I think the circumstances this year are the most difficulty in the history of college football. And as a result, this is Nick Saban's masterpiece. This is then go on on the canvas. Nothing compares to this when coach Bryant retired and ultimately died in 82. He died in January of 83. Nobody Ever believed anything could come close to what he accomplished. Well, that has changed. What happened three years ago was historic. What happened last night was Earth shattering Nick Saban, winning six it Alabama seven overall. But here's why Nick Saban is the greatest coach of all time. He didn't do it over 25 years as Paul Brian did. He did this since 2000 and nine in the most difficulty error you ever had to compete with, and a night ago Alabama with that huge win over Ohio State, picking up the college football championship, and then Tuesday night, Alabama with another win. Tied on the hardwood. A 20 Point win over Kentucky football team went by 28 basketball by 2085 65. Kentucky With a 20 point lost, it's largest at home since 1988 Alabama, meanwhile, gets the wind goes to five. No. One SEC play this season. First time they've been five and go in the SEC. Since 1986. Top 10 matchup in the Big 10. Number seven, Michigan ninth ranked Wisconsin. This one wasn't even close their.