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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:03 min | Last week

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. Welcome back to our show to appreciate it very much. Let's get to more phone calls at 855-242-7285 and Sheila is up next. Hello Sheila. Hey, hey, hey, Paul, how's it going today? We're doing great. Thank you. Good, good. My husband says we're all boiled fans in the SEC. We can't cut a coach slack. Two games in, we want to get rid of every coach in the SEC with a replacement. So he told me to back off heart and I said, why? What do you think? You know what? I don't. Know, I think Carson is really doing this to himself. I don't think it matters what you think or I think or your husband thinks for that matter. Well, at the end of the day, what do you think about, okay, we got that squared away. I think the SEC says, you see, you know where you're coming. And if you don't like your producer said, you better ask somebody and you better ask them quick. And it's nothing personal. Is it Paul? No, I mean, listen, this is a league where you're hired to win football games. You're not hired to make excuses. You're not hired to be clueless after two years and still trying to figure out what your philosophy and identity is, it's win or get lost. And it's really as simple as that. Yeah. Last thing on the O line, the quarterback TJ Finley is out there tweeting and he didn't say the line was the problem, but he said, hey, just don't blame all these quarterbacks. You know, we only work with what we got. And that's what I read to it. That's my personal opinion. What you think? Yeah, listen, I think he's frustrated. And I think I don't think it's hard to read between the lines, especially right, right. I mean, I translated it as why is my son involved in a two quarterback system? Right. Well, thanks for the call share. There's no nuance in this. I mean, we can not like we're talking about P wave football here. We're not. This is serious stuff. And that's why we care about it so much. Justin is an Oklahoma. Hello, Justin. Hey, how's it going, Paul? Very well. Hey, I'm just going to address that a and M fan that was on earlier. I know someone else already kind of said it. Obviously, you could see that he was coming from a point of emotion any way you look at it and app state loss at home is not doesn't look good at all. But I'm a big hogs fan. So looking forward to this week, I wasn't too impressed with the way a and M played against Miami. And I was really impressed with the way Arkansas played against Missouri state in those first two and a half quarters. But talent wise, one on one matchup, who do you think has this game this weekend? In Arlington. Yeah. I mean, I'm trying to not let emotions get in the way. And so what I'm going to, I'm not avoiding your question either. I know that sounds like I am, but I don't know yet. If I wasn't going to the game, I would probably have a better feel, but sometimes you really want to get out there, which I will tomorrow and talk to people who maybe know more than I do. Right now, I think there's a slight edge toward maybe Arkansas, but I'm going to see some a and M people tomorrow and that's what I'm holding my horses for. Right. Yeah, I agree. And I think it'll be a close game, but I wouldn't be surprised if just based off what we've seen max Johnson last week, you know, he didn't, he looked mediocre at bass. I'm not saying he couldn't look real good with our secondary back there. But I think Pittman, the interview before was good. And I think he's going to get things turned around on that secondary issue and I think we control the game with our offense. I'd say we, but the argument. Saying to himself, you know what? We got out of the last week with what I wanted to get out of it. I didn't think my guys would take it that seriously. And I didn't think they would take it. Or play as poorly as they did either. Let's continue with more phone calls and Bruce is up next in Florida. Hello, Bruce. Hey, Bo. I just want to call. I just wanted to come because it seems like everybody giving Florida chance. Why should they? Because we've won two games. Anthony rich is fancy. This is not an issue. And you'd have to do more than that to convince me why they're going to win this game. Well, Arkansas could have lost their game last week too. I mean, that's just football, Paul. Anthony's portrait. Two very difficult games as Florida was. And Florida has excuses. Well, I got to move for an identity right now than Florida does. Well, I'm going to give you a million knife years game plan. I talked to the mansion and he says, what he's doing to do, the team is just going to march out, get on the 50 yard line and lay down because nobody's giving them a shot. They can't, that's what they deserve. Florida doesn't deserve any more than they're getting and by the way, he can say whatever he wants to his team and that's exactly what I would say too, but if you're being realistic and I realize upsets happen, but there's no realistic reason to believe the large is going to win the game. And I'm not, listen, I'm well aware of the tradition of this game. I don't need anybody to educate me, and I'm sure I'll get an education tomorrow on Saturday about how far to always win this game. But things change. David is up next. David door right ahead. I just knew you'd have me next, Paul. How you doing? We're doing great. Good, Paul. Check this out, man. And can you talk to this guy? And I know what the point spread is and all this that and the other, but I've been watching Tennessee football since he schueller, junior year, hearing. 16 out of last 17 years, these we have, we've been beat, but we've almost been begged to give them a win. So many times, you know, it just drives me, so I'm headed out of Charleston Paul. I love tomorrow I'm going to Knoxville, I've made an errors hall. It crack of dawn, raising hell. And anything other than a win is unacceptable. I don't care to point spread. If these kids don't know the magnitude and the gravity of this situation, you know, just another week when I'm going to approach it the same week and we're going to do fundamentals and all this stuff we're talking about nonsense, man.

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:51 min | Last week

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Two of those we went to Dallas and the other one, one of those we went to Dallas and now that we went to Little Rock. And so therefore, we're on the road four or 5 games that were supposed to be home three or 5 games. So very, very difficult on the players. Certainly recruiting and then Kirby's talked about it as well, but recruiting. You don't have that many opportunities and you want the kids when you can get them on campus. So, but as far as an atmosphere, I just, I don't think there's anything better than half the crowd as Texas a and M and half the crowd as Arkansas. It's a thrill to go into Dallas cowboy stadium and be a part of it. It really really is. And I know, obviously, that stadium, which if you have been to it for those watching and listening, I mean, it's pretty extraordinary. And it was the whole concept was to really compliment Jerry Jones and I've seen him on your campus and I know he's not there often. He's got his own issues. These days, but what does he mean, Jerry Jones mean to the university of Arkansas? About everything. I mean, we need something. I'm sure he's one of the first guys that we go to. Our academic center or dining facilities are named after him and his wife and he's everything to us to be blunt. And it was finally nice to see a smile on his face after we finally went in there and we won. I mean, we had lost 9 straight, you know, we're 9 and one over the last ten years in there and our last ten years in the series and hadn't won in his stadium. And so it was really nice to see him and Stephen excited for the razorbacks and but he's just a wonderful person and a wonderful man generous man to a lot of things including Arkansas razorbacks. Another minute or two with coach Pittman, coach, we shared a headline earlier today. I think it was from an ESPN article, but it may have been somewhere else. It talked about your popularity and I think I can attest to it because I was in a Little Rock the other day, obviously I saw you in Fayetteville two and a half weeks ago. And it said he could run for governor right now. And I jokingly bring that up. You would be a great politician because people love you. I'm not trying to rush you out of your current job because I think it probably is a little more enjoyable, but now that you are the toast of Arkansas, have you ever thought about anything like that at some point? No, no, not at all. I'm struggling trying to win ball games here. Here, you know, but I will say this. Half the people not half, but close to half the people don't like you when you're a Republican or you're a Democrat or whatever that you already slashed half of your fan base and at least we haven't done that yet. Now, if we lose a bunch of games and I'll slash them all, I guess, but politicians, they got to be super strong because, you know, they go in at 50 50, you know, and the popularity contest. So I don't want anything to do with that. Well, I will say this, not trying to get into politics, but I was in, I was at the capitol, if you right before the season, and I had a chance to spend some time with senator tuberville who was from Arkansas, you really remember. I was in his office about an hour and a half and an hour and 20 minutes. We talked about college football. And when the subject turned to serious stuff, you could tell his disposition from glee to shower. So I think I know what you're talking about. I really like coach. I mean, I about went about work for it. I, when we got let go at Tennessee, he had off me a job at Cincinnati and I went up there and I got off her dark and saw a job about the same day as I was up at Cincinnati, but I really have a lot of respect for him. I hope he does well in politics. Well, he's done the unthinkable when he was the auburn coach everybody half the state did hate him right now. He's in a pretty red state. I think most people do like him right now. Maybe one day we'll ask you that question after you've celebrated a couple of championships and I know right now all you want to do is beat the aggies. So thanks for making time for us. Paul always enjoy it. Thank you so much. Thanks for asking. You bet. It's always fun to talk to coach Pittman. I think he would, listen, the most important thing about I'm told by political people, you need name recognition and you need authenticity and Sam Pittman right now has both. He could get elected, whatever he wants. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. Welcome back to our show to appreciate it very much. Let's get to more phone calls at

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Know what you're doing? Absolutely not. What happens when two Hollywood celebrities become owners of a Welsh football club? Is a community looking around going, what are these two guys doing here? Is that successful? It will be one of the biggest days in the history of the town. FX is welcome to Wrexham Wednesdays on FX stream on Hulu. There were some lightning in the area right after coach Pittman left us and rod Gilmore, who is part of the broadcasting tomorrow. We were just getting ready to come on and I think I don't know what kind of mandated I didn't bring the lightning. But we had to get up and leave to come inside out of the lightning even though I never saw any lightning, but we don't make the rules. We just do what they tell us and rod, let's talk about this game tomorrow because we've lost a couple of valuable minutes to get your insight, I know you've been digging deep. This is a huge game. Yeah. No, it's fascinating. And neither coach is downplaying how big a game it is. You know, I talked to Sam Pittman this morning about it, and he said, look, it's really important for a momentum's sake for what they did last season and starting this season. And Luke fickle made it very clear. His team still fills the sting of last season's loss to Alabama where Alabama was really the physically superior team. And that's a tough pill for Cincinnati to swallow. So both coaches know what this game means. Rod, we watched the draft, so we know where some of those players that did so well for Cincinnati that went to Notre-Dame that had such an amazing winning streak other than losing to Georgia and Alabama over a two year period. But what do they have that should make not only Arkansas fans concerned, but SEC fans who naturally think this league beats everyone. Well, you know, 9 players drafted 6 players on the defensive side and looked the thing that they don't have. Two NFL cornerbacks, which allowed them to play man coverage on the back end and commit the other guys to stopping the run and their defense was really good. I don't think there's any way that they're going to have two guys on the corner like they had last season. Having said that, they have a really good defensive line they've got a lot of speed, a lot of quickness, you know, a couple of big guys that they're lying back in crew. They'll play 5 or 6 guys that are really active. So I think if you're looking for what's the strength of this Cincinnati team right now, it's their defense and it's the front 7. And now on the other side, we're waiting to see what they do at quarterback. Evan praetor is the big time recruit that's been waiting in the wings. Ben Bryant, he waited for three years, transferred out to eastern Michigan, came back and one of them will run out on the field as a starter. I think we'll see both of them probably in the game. There are a lot of unknowns about the Cincinnati offense. But in my view, not as much about the defense. I think we'll see an active Cincinnati defense probably a little bit more aggressive than maybe we've seen in the past a little bit more role in the dice. They haven't been a real blitz team in the past. It might be a little bit more of that tomorrow. They got to find a way to stop the run after what Alabama did to them in that playoff game. You heard from coach earlier and we just got through talking to him. He seems to really like his team, but he didn't feel overly relaxed. I mean, he's got a really tough opening stretch here where things could go wrong, especially with a and M and Alabama around the corner. I think he likes his team a lot. I think he's also being respectful of the schedule that he has. But look, I had an Arkansas game two years ago in his first season. This team is vastly different from that team. This is a bigger, stronger, faster team with a veteran quarterback. He has every reason to like this team. Problem is he's playing a team opening week that was in the playoff last season. And then he's got a schedule of 12 teams that were postseason teams last season. So he's right to have concern about the schedule, but he has every reason to believe he's got a team that will surprise a lot of people that's well built on both sides of the ball. So some people see Arkansas, a trendy pick, you know, in the SEC is maybe a second place team. But there is big and as talented as anybody except Georgia and Alabama. So we'll see what happens. But this is his best team. I don't think there's any question about it. Right, before you go, I do want to get your thoughts on the story of the day. And about a year after we thought it would happen, the CFP finally expands. We don't know when and it's always easy to be negative about now that it's been approved, which in all honesty is not really that big of a deal considering we had hoped it was going to start in 23. And now it starts no later than 26, maybe in two years or maybe in less. What does this mean to a lot of programs, especially like Cincinnati, who now is going to be in the big 12, but has a better shot at getting in every year. Well, I think first and foremost, fans win because of this. I mean, we were getting to the point where, you know, not the entire country was being engaged with the playoffs because it was really looking like the SEC invitational. And so a lot of parts of the country were tuning out. I think getting 12 teams involved will make fans across the country. A lot happier, a lot more interested. It doesn't mean that they're all of a sudden going to be a shift in the SEC as it won't be as dominant as it has been. But I think it engages the country. I think for conferences like the big 12 and the PAC 12, it's huge for the program. It's huge for them in recruiting. It allows them to be a part of the conversation and to try and attract more talented players. You just have to keep in mind that take the pack 12, for example, example. Since 2016, they've been out of the mix. They haven't been talked about. And then California, the state of California, the elite players have gone to the SEC. They've gone to the big 12 because they want to be part of the playoff. And the PAC 12 showed no signs of being a part of it. So I think it's great for the PAC 12. It's great for even your group of 5 if you can be a champion and be highly rated. Now you've got a chance to be a part of the postseason. So I think it's a win for programs like that. I think it's a win for fans. And I don't think it hurts the SEC. The SEC will get two or three teams in. And they'll be fine. Roger, good to see you. I know you got a meeting. Apologize for moving us all over the place. Great to see you again. And I'm so good to hear how you're doing. Thanks for dropping by. Check this one off. My bucket list being on the show in person. Thanks for having me. Many more times. Thank you, rod Gilmore, joining us here as we look at all misses schedule as we're about to as we're about to head talk about that game a little bit. Troy taking on all this tomorrow, interesting game. Troy's traditionally had a really good program. They're in a transitional period right now. And Matt stinchcomb part of the broadcast team for tomorrow's Troy all this game as we say hello to Matt. Right now, Matt good afternoon and great to have you with us. And let's talk a little bit about this game that you'll be calling tomorrow. Yeah, Paul, stay safe over there in Arkansas now. I mean, you're not that far down the road from us and starting to get nervous. I want to make sure that we're in we've got to have to duck and cover, look for low ground somewhere.

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Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Provide an Update on Loor.tv

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | Last month

Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Provide an Update on Loor.tv

"Is lord TV now? TV. Where do you stand right now? So we actually had a beta in April. And we funded two, we funded one season of two different shows. Teach all nations and dark collar. And we actually had to close down the beta because they funded in all episodes funded in 5 weeks. We got up to 3000 users, basically by invite only, and then we were like, oh, we have to do a capital raise. So we so successful you had to shut it down. Shut it down because we're good. Yeah, it's great. We were like, oh no, please stop. We only planned for a thousand users and you know three months. And you funded everything. We're done in 5 weeks. So with great problem to have and really sets us up, we've signed 30 movies and TV show contracts at a value of a $137 million. And why? Yeah, and we've spent no money on those content acquisitions because our model unlike Netflix who's spending a billion was a billion a month. A $1 billion content. Our model says, look, the filmmaker can present to the artist and the artist if gets funded, then we get the exclusive and get them the money for the exclusive. But if they don't, they walk away, they own the content. They own the idea. They're pitching to the user. So what kind of stuff can you tease some of this stuff? And first of all, when is lure TV going to go up so that people can check it out. The website's up now. You can check out some of the projects we have coming up and you can sign up for our mailing list. To be alerted. And so we've got projects like American recon, where there's a film crew embedded with the Arizona militia that's guarding the border right now. And that the story that nobody knows is going on. So when everybody pulled back from the border, Arizona, citizens said, will somebody's got to do something. And so a militia was formed. So there's a film crew embedded there with that militia. Stopping sex trafficking drugs. It's incredible.

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Eric, Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Discuss Biblical Content

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last month

Eric, Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Discuss Biblical Content

"There's tons of stuff in the Bible that's not appropriate for 7 year olds. That's exactly right. Or ten year olds. And that's God's intention. By the way, I believe God wrote the Bible. So the fact is that the kind of dumbing down of the Bible stories and whatever to make it always appropriate for family, friendly audiences, you realize that a lot of that is okay, but it can also go very wrong because you're keeping things out. I mean, when you're talking about satanic evil, when you're talking about sexual stuff, you're talking about whatever. Adults, that's appropriate for adults. Right. So to kind of act like Jesus is nice and that Bible stories are all nice and Christianity is all about being nice. That's actually called heresy. That's not right. So you have to find a way to represent the weird and the crazy and the difficult. And so you are open to all kinds of programs. Yeah, we like to say, what are the Christian movies and TV shows that parents watch when the kids go to bed? Because everybody, every Christian family has shows the parents have shows they watch when the kids go to bed, whether that's a documentary or Fox News or news. Those are stuff kids aren't interested in. Right. So it also doesn't have to be quote unquote, Christian. It just has to be valuable. Does anything that's valuable is going to point to the author of value? We're a firm believer that any good story is a Christian story. So it doesn't have to have the altar call at the end or be in that formulaic Christian context. It could just be a really good story. And that's what we have lined up. Okay, see now that's actually biblical theology. Because imagine when I look at a tree or a sunset or anything beautiful or good or true, I praise God when I see it. But there are people that would be like, well, if the tree doesn't have Jesus lord carved on it, it might not be a Christian tree. I don't know. Anything, no, that's wrong.

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Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Caught a Taping of Eric's New Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:11 min | Last month

Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Caught a Taping of Eric's New Show

"I'm talking to the two gentlemen behind lure TV. Dot TV, Jason Farley, Marcus Pittman. Now, what brings you to New York City or can you say, I don't even know if you guys know. I just wanted to see your show. Oh, you mean you want to see the show that I taped glassed yesterday? We didn't think that we were going to be invited on the radio. We just wanted to go see your show. Oh, so you're like talent scouts looking for weird entertainment. Exactly. Yeah, last night. Okay, well, yesterday we taped the fourth show. I think we're going to get 5 shows out of it. But we had George Hamilton was my guest. And it's weird as good as the show was yesterday. The audience on Friday, we had Danny Bonaduce as my guest. It was insane. Like the energy was insane. But it has been so tremendous. And I, you know, I don't know who's going to be in the audience. So now I'm glad I didn't know you're in the audience. Because you're genuinely creative people. And I don't want them in my audience. I want safe people in my audience. But so you were there. Yeah, you saw that to some extent I bring the crazy. It's a different kind of crazy. It's not bears killing each other, but it's something, I don't know.

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Loor.tv's Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Make Good Christian Content

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | Last month

Loor.tv's Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Make Good Christian Content

"You are Marcus Pittman, the CEO and founder of lure TV. And by the way, it's dot TV. Okay. So you're the CEO and founder, Jason Farley, you're a screenwriter, comedy writer, and poet from Spokane, Washington. What could be more useless than actually because I too am a poet and a comedy writer and I've been a screenwriter. When I met you, I said, this can't be. This can't be. This kind of creativity usually gets boxed out way before you get to this point. So how did the two of you meet and Marcus, let's go back to you before we get too far. What is your background? In other words, you're not a poet and a comedy writer. What's your background? Yeah. So I made some documentary films on abortion, put it up on YouTube, but it's called babies are murdered here. That got me a job working with a guy by the name of Jeff Durbin, who runs apology of studios and organization that, well, it was his password apology a church, and then I came in and we built together apologia studios. And where is that? That's in Phoenix, Arizona. And then we started this abortion ministry that trained up churches all over the country, how to do their own abortion ministry and provide all the resources for free. So this documentary that you made, babies are murdered here, was banned from Amazon. The sequel was banned from Amazon. So again, this is where we are folks. You make a documentary. Think of all of the sick trash. That is available on Amazon. Like unbelievable crap from the pit of hell available. And you want it, there it is, but they banned this. Now in a free country, we put up with a lot of garbage for our freedom, but they're basically saying, well, we're not going to go here. We're not going to let you make a documentary on abortion, even though most people in America would be interested in that. So because of that and other things, he said, we need to fight back by creating our own platforms. Christian filmmakers need funding and distribution. Those are the two things.

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Abortion battles in state courts after Supreme Court ruling

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Abortion battles in state courts after Supreme Court ruling

"The battle over abortion is in state courts around the country now that the Supreme Court has overturned roe V wade taking away federal protections Judges in Utah and Louisiana temporarily blocking trigger laws that would ban abortion clinics there now back and open but Kathleen Pittman with hope medical group for women in Shreveport worries for how long The best I can hope for is that we have some time at least to address the needs of some of these women you know we're being a nun dated with calls begging for appointments and we were already operating off a very long waiting list Activists also went to court to try to fend off restrictions in Arizona Texas Idaho Kentucky and Mississippi The state at the center of the Supreme Court ruling in South Carolina court lifted its prior hold on a restriction allowing the state to ban abortions after an ultrasound detects a heartbeat in Florida advocates asked a judge to block a new law that bans the procedure after 15 weeks I'm Julie Walker

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You're always vulnerable to someone coming in and stealing one of your players. Especially with the NIL. And the transfer, the transfer portal, or the transfer, and somebody had said it earlier that, you know, with the transfer, it's ironic that so many of these kids entered the transfer portal and within a week they already down somewhere else. That there was some kind of tampering or they had already been talking with somebody prior to that. And the issue that you have and what they used to refer to as the runners, you know, the guys that would be the posse, whatever you want to call it. The ones that were the brand of the wide retriever that wouldn't get the play. That was, you know, getting the word around about where I'll, you know, you need to be transferred where you can get more. You can get more playing time. But I think what's safe to know and not just saving any of the top coaches, it's a slippery slope right there because, you know, you're trying to convince a kid that, you know, you come here, you know, you don't have to see it and get your opportunity to play. Well, you're sitting there with the opportunity and all of a sudden you look up and say, well, you know, I've been here for two years. So I'm working in and that demo job going and got a fourth year singer that don't come in here and jump right in line in front of me. And so it makes for a very difficult situation. I know that, you know, we had some of our best players at Louisville with the coach Mellon burger were transferred. And, you know, that's how, you know, we bring this up because you got the situation with yours at Texas who you think he committed to Texas and he switched it to go to Ohio State. It didn't work out. Now he's back in Texas. Apparently doing very well. I bring this up because arch Manning is reportedly looking at Texas, Georgia, Alabama, when you're recruiting a guy and you have a star on your campus, what do you tell him at the same position? Well, what you basically tell him is this. You know, if you're scared of competition, you shouldn't have come here to begin with. Okay? Right now, we think that you're better than this kid that we're recruiting. But the fear that he's recruiting, you know, at all times, so we got to get better at every position. I know it's hard to yeah, that's great, Brad, back in the 80s and 90s, but now when these guys are all entrepreneurs, we had Sean Clifford on yesterday from Penn State. He's got he's started his own company. I mean, these guys, I mean, I have a hard time believing that these guys are going to believe anything they hear. That's about that's about the truth right there. Because they have and you know, as far as the NIL and the transfer, if I were in charge of doing the transverse, I would say you can transfer it because the mantra had to do with, well, if a coach can leave and go somewhere a player should be able to. Okay? That's fine and good. So why not? And I think this is sort of what that was getting at. If a player, if a coach leaves, now any of those players can leave. But you can't just all of a sudden be up and leaving with that. And like I said, it's very difficult to, you know, to go through that. But you've got some of the, you know, you players like you were talking about that have these great, you know, NIL deals and all that. Well, and, you know, the person that put the companies that put up the money, they want something in return for that. And so obviously they're expecting to get an opportunity to play. But it's much different than it was, you know, 25 or 30 years ago. No doubt. Hey Brad, thank you for the call. Good to see you. We are heading toward a break. We began with Sam Pittman. He joins us at the top of the lecture during the last hour. We will continue with your phone calls right after this. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. As long as I can remember, I wanted to be a short.

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The Paul fine bomb show hour one podcast. And Tuesday it has arrived and we are glad that you have joined us a lot to do, including the head football coach and Arkansas joining us here in a couple of minutes. Some other great guests, we get ready for the spring games this weekend. We'll talk to a few other head coaches as to week develops. Let's get to some headlines right now that you may have missed from last night, Ryan Howard. Remember we talked to her a couple weeks ago after Kentucky won the SEC basketball tournament. Well, Ryan is the talk of the country today, the number one pick in the W in BA draft. And the aggies do they ever stop being in the news? Well, Jimbo Fisher, he is naturally happy after spring ball. Remember, we had him on what two or three days ago, he told us he did not get social media. Whatever that means, he's still pretty fired up after the aggies spring game and we will talk about that a little bit later on as well. And Bama got another transfer, remember they got one from Georgia Tech, they've got one from LSU, but what about this one? This one came courtesy of the Vanderbilt commodores? Did I see that correctly? I believe I did. We'll talk about that as well. So these are a lot of transfers that bamboo. I remember Burton from Georgia. You got Gibbs. Now I have heard more conversation about Gibbs than any other player. He is supposed to be lights out. Keep your eye on him from Georgia Tech ricks from L issue. He was a star down there. So the question that we asked on Twitter today, we asked it two different ways. Who is the biggest threat to Bama in the SEC west? Could it be him? Sam Pittman, would that be an appropriate question for us to ask coach Pittman in a couple of minutes? What do you think? Let's talk about the schedule. I didn't realize that. They opened against Cincinnati. Is that the same Cincinnati team that ran the table? Until the Alabama game of the playoffs? South Carolina, Missouri state, then a and M, remember last year, they finally got a and M, but Alabama and mission would say, just let's talk about the first half of the season. Cincinnati, a and M, Bama, Mississippi state. I mean, there is plenty of danger lurking. And then I don't understand this at all. While you're going to BYU in the middle of the season, but that is a dangerous treacherous road trip and then add auburn. And then liberty. LSU all missing Missouri. That is one of the toughest schedules I have seen. There is a lot of problems on that schedule. Pittman joins us in a few minutes. Travis Brown, way out and Aggie land. And I hate to say this is such a cliche. But you need to lock up the small pets. Mike Griffith will join us in three hours. But your college first and let's get to them at 855-242-7285. We start with Daryl, who is first up. Hey, Daryl. You know what? They do too hard about playing Albert balls. Their fans are so delusional. It kills me. I just came from the campus up there. They do not realize how far back they have drawn. From Alabama, Georgia, and I just keep dropping father and father back. I still play. I don't know what it's over there. But they are, I mean, you know, you know, I know, you got to be able to recruit, okay? The top, the 5 stars, if you want to leave this day in time, that's not happening, they're dropping that farther and farther out of curious. This is what I called about. I called about stepson in it, okay? Let me say this about this in a minute. It's just a minute where is coming back. Is that a win for Georgia? Well, you probably sold because you got a guy coming back this season that knows the playbook. So that really helps. But let's just see call it for what it really is, okay? There is no way. There is absolutely no way just a minute. It's going to be able to improve on what he did. There's no way. George is definitely not going to win another national title. We know how hard it is to repeat, okay? I mean, it's difficult. Texas but who are we lost? Thank you, Jermaine Burton, Gordon, Alabama. Now he's going to be Alabama star receiver. I'm Alan, you know, but anyway, that's another story for another day. But it's just been it. There's nothing to win here, Paul for him. I mean, I do not understand why he wants to, you know, why he wants to come back. Can you put some logic to it? I really can't. I understand wanting to play again, but I think sometimes you have to be smart and for a smart guy, I'm not sure he's being too brilliant here. I would have moved on. I know that I can, I know that. And I said this the other day, and a lot of people cracked back at me, but I think he's making a mistake. Paul was a perfect storm. Perfect storm. He could have played out any better for him behind wind and how it ended. Now was the time to ride. You ride off into the sunset and you get to last laugh. Now you come back and you're gonna be ridiculed again. I mean, and really, you tell me, you're a Georgia fan. I'm just a commentator, but if you're real, if you keep it real, if you don't just say things, so your neighbors and church are going to patch you on the back on Sunday morning. I don't know that many Georgia fans who are really that fired up about him coming back to you. Paul, we got some 5 star quarterbacks on the bench. They need to get on the field. You know what I mean? They have more talent than them. I've already heard Eric Murray talk about it. Everybody said that the kid, I can't think of his name right now. The kid that we recruited from Florida. How many just a missile for an arm? Plus we got a gunner started coming in. I mean, we got to get them 5 star players on the field and getting some game time experience..

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"pittman" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

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"pittman" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

06:44 min | 7 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Was like my whole childhood. Well, you know, in my childhood, my parents said, turn off that TV, turn off the radio. Oh, which is funny because you then went and put the radio on television with MTV. So there's always something that kids would occupy themselves with or people will rather than just enjoy ourselves and our space. And it's hard sometimes to feel comfortable with yourself in that space because you really have to confront your space. And you have to live with you. There's nothing to distract you. There's nothing to keep you busy. There's nothing to drive your ambition. But I think it's wildly helpful. And when I can have those moments to recharge my batteries, I'm so much better at all this other stuff that I think is better if I keep working. Yeah. But I discover again and again, it's actually better when I recharge myself a little bit and then come back to the task. And I find that if I'm working on a problem or trying to come up with a creative solution, even looking for a line in an advertising campaign, that the best thing I can do is sort of, okay, load myself up, understand all, and then forget about it. Yeah. And at that moment where I'm in my most send moment, down in my alpha state, which for me is about a 15 minute hot shower in the morning where I just zone out. Suddenly the answer just pop in my head. And I have run out of the shower so many times with a pen and a wet piece of paper, writing a speech, writing down something because it comes to me. And I think there's a great lesson in that, which is it's not going to come when you try too hard. It's going to come in your most relaxed moment in which you're just letting things drift over you. That's an enormous amount of trust that is required to let go of I think being in control. Probably. It's interesting when I was a young man. I would give speeches and I would write the speeches and slavishly read them. And at a certain point, I realized I could do a much better talk if I just got up and talked. So I would have maybe three point scribbled down a little note and get up and start talking. The scary thing when you do that is you have to your point about trust, trust yourself, because suddenly I'm standing around all these people that I really thought of nothing, except a couple of things. I want to talk about. And I just go with the flow. And I find when I do that, it's much better. It's much more what I really want to say. I think people enjoy it more. It's more relevant to them. And even sometimes we're doing a, you know, I'm doing a speech for the company or something. And I've got to do that inspirational closing. I don't have any idea what I'm going to say. And I just step out there and start talking. And that's one of the ones where you really have to just trust that it will come to you, but boy is it scary at that moment. Now, as I've been doing it long enough that I probably am not scared enough, but it's just the sort of relaxed go out there and whatever is in your mind your heart let it start coming out. And just trust that it will be the right thing as opposed to all I said the wrong word. I stumbled on a word or I said, no one cares about any of that. They care about your message. Wow, I wholeheartedly agree. I really do. I think that so much is about letting go and trusting, and we don't do that. We don't, because I think it goes back to planning. We think you have to have a plan. You have to have a script. You have to have a preordained idea of what you're doing. When like you said, it's a random walk, life. It's not prescribed, and yet I honestly think it's fair of death. I really do. I really think that the distraction and the planning and this idea of control is because we know, like you said, where this ends. This is where it's going. But if we actually lived with that idea, there is a clock ticking. Don't waste a single moment. Worrying about the moment not looking like you think it should. I think it is the mortality I agree with you. I think that is a big consideration for people. And it drives us more than we recognize. I didn't realize until my mom died that it was a huge consideration. It's actually incredible. It's actually an extraordinary moment because you can use it like rocket fuel to just be like, I'm no longer available to judge whether this looks like how it should. In fact, the word should. I've said this before and this podcast. My mother used to say the word should be buried in a big hole in the backyard. Your mother was very enlightened. Bad things look loss of our parents does something to us all. My mom died in her sleep. And so I didn't get a chance to be with her as she died. My dad was dying and died slowly and my brother and I sat with him today he died and held his hand as he died. In a weird way, it was such a beautiful experience to be able to share that moment with him because I think we're so afraid of it. We want to avoid it. But I went on the journey with my dad. I'm still here, but it was a lot of talking to my dad. It's okay, you know, you can let go. We love you, and I'll sort of all the reasons why he had a wonderful life, and why we love him so much. And with my mother, I sort of missed that moment, although I had a great relationship with her and felt very close to her. And even after her death, I still feel her presence. But I think you're exactly right. We're sort of fearful that we want to run it away. I had a house in Mexico for about 20 years. And I got to know day of the dead there, which is turned out to be one of my favorite holidays because it is so contrary to what we do in America. And in this little town, San Miguel de. There was a expats cemetery, and there was this cemetery for the locals. And on day of the dead, it's so sad because there's no activity in the cemetery for the expats. It's dark. And in the other, they're celebrating the life of those people, and they have their food out their favorite songs. They're acting as if they're still alive and still a part of them. And I just thought it's a beautiful experience to accept death and to sort of put it into your life as opposed to as you point out. Spend your whole life trying to avoid the existence of it. Bob is not only a wonderful podcast guest, but he is also a wonderful podcast host. 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"pittman" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

10:27 min | 7 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Trailblazers across all these different disciplines. So I adapted Proust questionnaire and I wrote my own 7 questions that I personally think are pertinent to a person's story. They are. When and where were you happiest? What is the quality you like least about yourself? What relationship real or fictionalised defines love for you? What question would you most like answered? What person place or experience has shaped you the most? What would be your last meal? And can you tell me something in your life that's grown out of a personal disaster? And I've gathered a group of really remarkable people, ones that I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to engage with. You may not hear their answers to all 7 of these questions. We've whittled it down to which questions felt closest to their experience or the most surprising or created the most fertile ground to connect. My guest today on mini questions is the cofounder of MTV and iHeartMedia where he is the current chairman, bob Pittman. Bob is a media entrepreneur who feels to me like he's sort of in a league of his own. He's had so many interesting and creative incarnations in a ton of consumer focused industries just to give you an idea. Bob has been CEO of AOL networks. 6 flags theme parks, century 21 real estate and AOL Time Warner, as well as being CEO of clear channel, which was what evolved and expanded into the current iHeartMedia. So it's extraordinarily varied. He's one of the most interested people I've ever met. And when you're having a conversation with him, ideas sort of spark off each other, creating this brilliant feeling of forward momentum and given the scope of his success, it feels like, you know, he could probably sit back and enjoy the extraordinarily diverse fruits of his labor. But whenever we speak, I always get to see the perspective of a person who is constantly looking forward and is interested in the exploration and unfolding of life, not just business. Feels like a weird time to be asking this first question, but it's always pertinent within peacetime or war, but when and where were you happiest? I hope that I'm happiest right now. Someone told me when I was a young man said, you know, most people never live because they're in the past with their regrets in the future with their worries. And they never get right here right now. And so I've tried as a human, not always successful, to sort of understand that and try and be happy wherever I am, whatever I'm doing, and at the moment I'm alive. I've had a lot of happy moments, but I want this to be the happiest moment, and I want to appreciate this moment the most of any moment I could have. Is that part of the contingency of happiness for you is presence and appreciation? It's a good way to say it. I think so, but it's also, I just don't want to think, well, I was happy then. Why am I not happy now? I know. I mean, to me, happiness is one of those things that I can either choose to be happy or I can choose to be unhappy. And how do I get myself in a frame where I just look at things and go, I'm happy. I'm feeling good. I appreciate it. Yeah. I mean, sometimes just saying it. It's tricky with circumstance not lining up with one's expectations and even though I think that expectation might be the deadliest psychological weapon that we have against ourselves of expecting reality to conform to what it is we want as opposed to being in the isness of what it is. I agree with you. I think one of the worst things we do this can sound very weird and I don't mean it this extreme, but I'm going to say it this extreme. The worst thing we do is plan. Plans don't come true. Something wonderful can happen, but we sort of develop, I think, to reduce our fear of the future and our anxiety about the future. But to me, you know, I do I have a plan. Of course, in business, I've got a game plan. We lay out the year, but it's interesting. Even at work, we have a weekly meeting what we call our stratcom and is the senior leaders of the company and the goal is to adjust the plan. Because we know no plan. And even in a week the plan has changed, that this plan is not going to come true. And the plan is to hope it's a dream. It's an, as you say, an expectation. But I think sometimes we get ourselves off track by saying I plan something and I'm unhappy because it didn't come out as planned. Wait a minute, you made the plan. Why don't you make another plan? Make a plan where it came out exactly as you want. Bevels a lot of people and leads people astray from their own enjoyment of this journey we have called life. You know, and at the end of the day, this thing it ends the same way, no matter what we do, you know, most business they go, you know, the means is not important, it's just the end. What are you going to do? Well, in life, it's the opposite. The ends the same no matter what you do. So it's all about the journey. And I think if we can begin to get an appreciation of that journey, it not only makes it better for us, spiritually, mentally, et cetera, but also even in business it makes it better because which is realistic about that so many variables you can't control, stop trying to control. But if we know these things, why do we persist then with the expectation of circumstance either conforming to the idea that we have about what a good version of that is? When everything does as we've just seen in the last two years, how things come apart in an instant. Why are we still so attached as humans to this idea of it working out as we envision it as opposed to going, let me stay incredibly loose and fluid with the vessel that the things I want is going to come to me and because maybe it's going to be different. I think the ambiguity and the randomness makes people very anxious and uncomfortable. And I think if they can do a plan and say, I've got my 5 year plan. I've got my one year plan. I have my weak plant. I know what I'm going to do. I know what's coming for me. It goes, ah, I've reduced the anxiety. But I'm not sure that's healthy, but I will tell you some people criticize me because a year so ambiguous. You know, you're not being cleared. I go, I'm trying to be realistic that there's only so much that's knowable and life I think is more of a random walk than it is a planned experience. I look back at, you know, even talking about business, I look back on my business career and go, gosh, it's been a series of meteors flying out of the sky and hitting me on the head. It's that kind of randomness that my career has been about. And when I was a young man, I thought I had a plan. That plan fell apart really quickly. And thank goodness I sort of opened my mind to say, oh, well, maybe I'll do that then. If that's popping up in my personal life as well, is you think, gosh, I know it's going to be great for my kids. I know what my kids should do. I know what school they should get to. Wow, it's like, that's not at all what happens. And if I try and force my kids into my plan for them, I'm not doing them a favor, and I'm not doing anything for my relationship with them. It's the idea of how do I do active listening and really trying to understand the moment and where they are and how I can support them as opposed to try and get them to conform to my plan. Yeah, I think it's actually the secret of happiness. In fact, that's what I think happiness is is being able to let go of what you think happiness should be and allow it to be what is and fit yourself. There's a great quote, I can't remember who's William James or something about our experience is what we attend to. Genuinely, if you look at something, it can only look like this and my happiness in my everything my business, my relationship, my everything is hung on it looking this way. Well, it's also one that was saying as reality is what you perceive it to be. And you know, this whole discussion now about is does the universe create consciousness or does consciousness create the universe? I mean, you get the very fundamental levels of existence and so, you know, when you get down the happiness is, I think the challenge is to be happy with what we have when we have it, how we have it. And to accept happiness as opposed to reject happiness. I agree. So Eleanor Roosevelt, people are as happy as they make up their mind to be. I like that. I always say that. Yeah, that's a very good line. She was cool. I liked her. Yes, she was very cool. In your life, can you tell me about something that has grown out of a personal disaster? Sure. When I was 6 years old, I was at a family reunion at Thanksgiving and a little farm outside of Holly springs, Mississippi. And one of my uncles put me on a horse to give me all the kids to ride in the horse, reared up threw me off, stepped in my face, and I lost an eye. By the way, lucky the worst didn't kill me, so I'm lucky that all I did was lose an eye. But having a artificial eye growing up made me a bit of an outsider. I was the kid with the glass eye and kids are not young kids, especially can be extraordinarily cruel, not accepting. But I think that experience gave me the feeling of what it feels like to be on the outside. What it feels like to be an outsider gave me a little bit of detachment from being on the inside and allowed me to sort of grow into being myself. Probably helped with my empathy and developing that. And I think I probably wouldn't be anywhere near the human being I am without having had that what you would consider to be a personal disaster. But ultimately, I think if I look back on my life and say, why am I here at this point instead of somewhere else? I have to attribute a lot of it to what I got out of being the kid with one eye. Wow, were there any other children that you grew up with who had either a disability or had some other challenge that they were dealing with? Or were you really isolated in that experience? I was probably the kid with the problem. I mean, I think today we would probably identify some of the kids as having dyslexia. Dyslexia was undiagnosed back then and you had these kids that were thought to be dumb. Right. That were not at all dumb. They were brilliant, but they had dyslexia. And so the ratios like that that look back on now and go, gosh, it's very clear what was going on, but at the time it was more physical. Do you have an arm or leg, and I or something missing? It was isolated, but it was also it allowed me to build who I.

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:10 min | 9 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Paul Fein bomb show hour three podcast. And welcome back to third hour has arrived on a Friday and we are really looking forward to our next conversation Sam Pittman joining us to head coach at the university of Arkansas off an amazing season, including a huge win over pen state. It was just watching the replay earlier today and it looked more impressive the second time. Coach good afternoon, congratulations. Paul, it's good to say, I appreciate you. Thank you so much. Yeah, I mean, I watched it. I watched it two weeks ago, but that was a really dominating win. And I know it had to just finish the season on an incredible note. It was already pretty amazing. It really did, you know? I'm so happy that we were able to play, you know, last year we got two days away from the Texas poll and unfortunately we weren't able to play. And COVID really hit hard in the bowl games about the time that we were we arrived in Tampa. And I gave coach Franklin a lot of credit for keeping his kids available and playing the game. I couldn't imagine that's not able to play two years in a row. And our plates, our kids started out slow Paul, but we certainly played a heck of a second half. And ended at the right way and took a knee there at the end and went to celebrate and there's a lot of fun. It was a great year for us. I want you to talk about that because we watched you since you arrived in I always felt like I'm always amazed when I look back on last year and see the one loss record because it just seemed so much better. And I think the payoff came this year. How would you characterize these two years? Been the best time in my life to be honest with you. You know, Paul, I spent 30 some years as an assistant and there was so much pressure on me to please the head coach. I wanted the head coach to think I was the best recruiter, the most loyal person. And the best football coach on his staff. And I worked very hard to do that. I don't know if I got it accomplished, but I did. That pressure has been off of me. And now it's just I'm able to run a program just like I want to. I've got great assistant coaches, and it really has it's been the best time of my life and to go and be relevant to finish third in the west. Is a good accomplishment for our program and hopefully it's a building block for the university Arkansas. I want to come back to what you said, but I do want to get your thoughts on something else. You talked about being an assistant. And of course, you came to Arkansas from Georgian. I know you played a role over there in helping shape that program and we were in Athens this year. I think I ran into 5 different people that claim to live on your block and wanted to say hello to you. What did you think Monday night watching that game? Well, I'd be lying to you if I didn't tell you I was written for the Georgia bulldogs. I had kids there that played and I don't think Alabama fans would take offense to that. I mean, I don't know. I don't know. They're taking offense to pretty much everything this week. So beware. Well, I didn't mean it as being offensive. You know, I recruited a bunch of those kids and certainly was proud of the kids and Kirby. I worked for Kirby and I was proud of the university of Georgia. I thought you got out of that with quite a bit of diplomacy when we appreciate it, but I want to go back to Arkansas because that's where that's where the interest is here. And in terms of ending the season like that, how does that and where does that propel your program to finishing and recruiting spring ball next year or all of the above? Well, I think your program has a lot to do with who's playing quarterback, you know? So we have KJ Jefferson back. That's going to help us help us with our confidence all over on offense. Recruiting has gone well. Our actually our next year's class is going very well. We've finished. We're about finished. We have a few kids that left a few scholarships left. But it's all been going very well. I think we have more pieces on defense that we need to be concerned about. Offensively, as certainly lost barks, who was phenomenal player. But other than that, I think we would have a possibility of having a really good football team again as long as we'll work like we've been working before. Coaches from a personal standpoint, I really like what you said a minute ago. And I feel like we've gotten to know you moderately well over these couple of years. And it is so interesting from our standpoint. And I think for the fans standpoint, to watch you enjoy it because so often coaches appear to be joyless winners, it's so serious. And there is a lot of stake. But I want you to talk about just what you said a minute ago. I mean, rarely do you hear someone in your point in life talk about this has been the best time in my life. But expound on that for a second. That's so cool. Well, I think a little bit Paul is we can be so concerned about what people think of us. And you know, I just want to be me, you know, people were a little bit concerned whenever I brought Larry the bowling ball out and we bowled after our 6 win. I was happy about it. Our kids weren't happy about it..

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:23 min | 11 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"To run that by my wife and my other dog. And there are $6000 dogs, so you know how much you move to me. Oh my goodness. Yeah, I think so. Cory, you wouldn't mind if I took it as a gift and then sold it. I really wouldn't pass. You know, I'm gonna show you something the other day a guy was telling you how you really touch people that you don't realize. I did like 18 years in prison and you all I had in Florida. And that's why I fell in love with the bomb bomb show. And when I got out, I told the guys in Florida, y'all are here my owner and that's why I try to keep it real because you've kept it so real with me, but you don't even know how much you have people that was locked up. We look forward to thank you for sharing quirky. I have been to a couple of prisons to visit people and it is a, I think we all have a stigma as you know better than me. But I have found it to be very rewarding and the people are all kinds of, you can't just broad brush why people end up in trouble. There are a lot of reasons and some of them are really terribly unfortunate, but I appreciate you saying that. But you meant a lot to it was it was so quiet when the fine bomb show was on nothing's gonna jump off. And I was at some bad prisons. Everybody where I was there was 20 years and up. So that's just to let you know how bad it was. But the lord blessed me and I got out and you know, I just told all the guys that I know that's never getting out. Y'all are here me on the fine bomb show even though I'm in Texas and they're all over the world now. But I just want to thank you for that blessing of just being all fine bomb to be real with you. Of course. Thank you very, very much for the offer of the dog, but most important. Thank you for saying what you did. That means so much to all of us who work on this program and you be well and let's talk very soon. Okay, thank you, Paul. Thank you very much. Wow. Larry is up next in Massachusetts. Hello, Larry. Yes, good evening Paul. I got a quick question. I've been listening to you forever. And I enjoy talking to you guys. Thank you. Thank you. But I've got a question regarding your day. I know most of the country and most of the experts they hate their name. They just despise them for whatever reason. And as you see in all those, I understand that. But my question is, the game they show personnel are those guys and the young leader that comes on there for talking about the committee. But you also many they say head to head sitting there, but they've been pushing personally sincerely since never because they didn't know the day. And we ties when somebody was ranked if I'm not mistaken 7 at the time. And they should have won that game regardless. So anyone understand why they put so much value in that win and they keep the narrative now about Cincinnati beating Notre-Dame is the reason why they should get to the college playoff, but yet we're Michigan state Michigan, there should be no value in that. They say it over and over. I don't understand. Well, here's the reason why let me give you the dark secret about Cincinnati. Not everyone because since I respect since I think Luke fickle is an elite coach and he may very well go somewhere else at the end of the season, however, there is a narrative in an agenda connected to Cincinnati. A lot of people who are publicly boasting about them are have already made up their mind about the CFP about those who run college football. And I say this as someone who tries to be objective about criticized a committee. I've had some terrible things to say about him in the past, but I will say this. They are 13 well meaning people who just like any other group of folks who judge, whether it's on the voice or a football game, they make mistakes. And they don't see things the same way that we see things. But I don't think they have any ill intent. I don't think they have any preconceived notions. I heard some guy early this morning saying this committee hates the ACC. They hate the big 12. No, they don't. Evoke homa had won out and been undefeated, Oklahoma would have been in the playoff. But Cincinnati's difference. Cincinnati is everyone's favorite pet, just like UCF was a couple of years ago. And I argued then and I argue now that it's hard to look at what Cincinnati does compared to what Alabama in Georgia and others go through, including Michigan and Michigan state and Ohio State. That's it. There's always an agenda behind the Cincinnati curtain. Well, I appreciate what you said. I just don't think it's right. I mean, you know, I look at all these strong teams, Alabama, SEC. They play with these so called cup teams and they kill them. They deal 50 whenever. And they put a bunch of stock in there. I'm not saying that they're not a good team. They are a good team. But if they can be clear, we have to run here because we have a guest coming up, but I always like to say, it's not so much with Cincinnati beat Alabama or Georgia. They wouldn't, by the way. How would they handle that schedule? I would Cincinnati have dealt with College Station on a Saturday night or the swamp. That's all I'm asking. Notre-Dame is tough. I mean, there are a few places in college football, tougher to win the Notre-Dame. I don't think this is a great Notre-Dame team. I think it's a good one. I think there are top ten by any standard. And another name plays the schedule. Sometimes it depends on how good the teams are they're playing. All right, we'll take a break. More to come. And the head coach at Oregon on deck. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. We welcome you back, Jackson is in Illinois and you are next up. Good afternoon. Thank you, Paul, and I'd like to talk about if you could tell you our capital team this year. I live in the trial for soybean and miles from maduka Kentucky and my dad graduated. And I just want you to know, I thought the Tennessee game was terrible by the referees. Grab in the face mask with certain situations was down 40 5 to 42 head ball rolling and all of a sudden they done the same thing. Mississippi state. They did not give a name. Well, Jackson, let me say this. I appreciate your thoughts and there's only there's only so much I can do about the officiating other than let people that. Let's move on to our featured guests we are always excited when Mario Cristobal can make time. He's got a huge game this week. At Utah, and we all know the rank third in the Utah is not ranked there in the country. Oregon is coach, great to have you back. It has been fun watching your team this year. How are you? Doing great Paul. Thanks for having me on. Hope, hope you're welcome, man. We are in I mean, it's inescapable. The pundits are all talking about this game and not that you care what the pundits say about if you're looking for a reason to displace Oregon, but that's not your job. Your job is to get ready for what you know is a really difficult game. Let's talk about your team and how you're approaching Saturday night. Just getting better and better have fueled up at a good number of positions that we got hit pretty good early in the year with injury that some really critical positions and a couple of those guys are back and then we've been progressing..

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"They ended up in the BCS national championship game without winning their own division. It happened again. In 2017 and I don't this time at least they will have won their division. True, true. But the two lost team will be a first for the CFO. But it's worth pointing out that in 2017 again, auburn could have become the first two lost team had they beaten Georgia in the SEC championship game. True. True a very true. Good to hear from you. You take care of yourself. Thank you very, very much. Red dog is up next. I love to put out stats Paul because they're always true. Yesterday, I brought up the stat that Brian had been sacked 22 times this year and sets him down only 5, which proves he's a lot smaller quarterback. But the stat I want to put out today is how many points to Georgia give up to Arkansas and album. Ten now, that ain't going to happen next two weekends album fans. So just my point, look at the stats. Let's not talk about 5 years ago, but ten points between those two teams go dogs. I wonder red dog for him to come up with such meaningless phone calls. What does that entail? Does he sit around all day and grab a stat? It's one thing if you call and you rant and you're rave, you drop the stat. But that was like a 37 second opera. A bad one by that. Not Bohemian Rhapsody. Friendly is up next. Good afternoon to you. Good afternoon, mister Flynn bob. How are you, sir? We are doing great. Thank you. So great to hear you. Big fan of yours for almost two decades now. I'm the friendly man from the friendly state of Texas. And I have a message from the future. I saw Wednesday, January 12th, 2022. And it was so sad that was that you take my call after red man and I want to let him know that unfortunately is going to be a high state beating the Georgia bulldogs for the national championship. And the reason why Paul is at Ohio State is going to be the most tested team for the next three weeks, Georgia is not. They'll get somewhat of a test against the almighty crimson tide and they'll probably beat him by two, if not three scores. Just saying, I want to place a bet now. And they'll still overconfident. And they'll feel really confident when they beat the you know what out of Cincinnati and then Ohio State's gonna come in and set the record straight Paul. That's all I got for you, my friend. Thank you very, very much. We appreciate the calls. We are heading to a break Mario crystal coming up in a few minutes. We've already had Sam Pittman. And we are coming right back. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Christopher coming up here in a few minutes Oregon has a huge game this Saturday night. In Utah, they are ranked in the top four in the country and let's grab some more phone calls. Quirky is in Fort Worth. Good afternoon, corky. Hey, Paul. I am talking to you about 5 weeks. We can go, I told you that Dan Mullen job should be on the line and look like that. That cat is out of the bag. But hey, on the real, I just wanted to tell you, I told you I was going to give you a French bulldog. Remember? I do remember that. Well, I have stuff. And they'll be ready around Christmas time. So you tell me where I live in Texas, but I deliver and I'm going to deliver you a male French bulldog name farm dog. Okay. Quirky, let me make sure I run that maybe one of those times I spoke to soon. I love dogs, but I do need.

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It is always great to welcome our next guest. So we saw him more than a few weeks ago at Arkansas right before the Texas game. And they've done a lot since then. And also had to deal with a very brutal schedule coach Sam Pittman joining us on the biweek coach. It's great to see you and thanks so much for making time. Follow my pleasure. Good to see you too, buddy. Well, I know. I feel like if any coach or any skill ever needed a break, you guys did the biweek always comes at strange times, but how are you dealing with a little bit of time off at least not having a game? You know, Paul, we gave our kids off Sunday Monday and then we came in and we just walked with the veteran guys yesterday over Mississippi state, obviously our next opponent. And then we had a young guys scrim. We're gonna do the same thing today, different situations in our wall, but still a walk. We glad to get healthy and then tomorrow we're gonna have a money type practice in spiders. Give them all Friday Saturday come back and practice on Sunday. So we just need to get healthy both mentally probably and physically. You've had quite a grind and by no means over, of course, with the final stretch in November and I know some will say, well, the last couple of weeks have gone a little bit astray, but when you start with the number one team in the country and then you have to deal with other entities. It can happen. But how would you assess this part the first half, a little more than half of the season so far? I'm proud where we are, you know, I mean, you can always look back and say, well, if we made it two pointer against the old man, we'd be 6 to. And if they didn't sack fumble in the end zone against Oliver and you can't say much about Georgia, they would curtail pretty good. But, you know, but you can also look back at Texas and Texas a man and things which we did win. 5 and three right now we're not certainly where we want to be, but we could be a lot worse and we're happy where we are and we think we can possibly get a run going here. We made it our first four weeks. We made a run and hopefully we can do the same in a second for the last four weeks. Yeah, coach, I would say was more than a run. I mean, you guys were the talk of the country. And I would suspect, I think I know the answer to this. That does what to your program as you're trying to get ahead and recruiting and build for the future. I think exposure like I'm getting right now. I think expose your own college game day SEC nation was able fortune to see you then. And I think those help our program. Obviously recruiting is picked up because we, you know, we're on national TV all the time and of course we were as high as 8, I guess we're about 26 right now, but we were high as 8, and I think it's some things that hasn't happened here in a long, long time. We need another win to get to the bowl, and that would be a very good for our football team. I mean, I know some would argue maybe think you're a little bit ahead, but it's not like you were given anything. I mean, you beat Texas. We saw that and then you beat a and M and then you go play Georgia. So it's been earned and it just feels like this program is relevant again and before you got there, quite frankly, it was hardly mentioned. Well, thank you. And that's what we wanted. We wanted to folks of Arkansas to wake up on a Sunday and have something to smile about. Something to talk about besides, you know, how bad we were. We've got we've got to that point right now. We can compete, certainly the winning part is going to have to do with a little bit more of recruiting a little bit more depth. Our wants when we lose our ones, it shows a little bit right now. We have capable twos, but we've got to get a little bit better in recruiting and we will. And but I'm proud of where our football team is accomplished. I know you can't look at one game and try to figure out if you beat this team and they beat that team. But still, I mean, you beat a and M, it was a significant win for your program. A couple of weeks later, we write a and M off, and then they turn around and beat Alabama. I'm just curious what type of expression you must have had watching that game. Well, you know, the quarterback hadn't played a lot of ball when we played. He played about a half, maybe three quarters ago against Colorado. And he's playing much better. And, you know, to be honest with you, I think we have good football team. You watch the game. I'm sure a and M and us and it wasn't a fluke, you know, not saying we'd beat them every single time we played them with that night. It was not a flute. But we knew they had a good football team. Jimbo fish is one of the best coaches in the country. And we knew that they would come around and be what they are right now. Coach, I'm curious about something you played in that incredible game against all this. When you come out of a game like that, I mean, I know you've got to turn around and play, but what type of a toll does that type of atmosphere and just I mean, absolute slugfest. I mean, what does that do to a team?.

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And here's why. After this weekend, the CFP will be out. And the rankings are ridiculous. They will not matter any longer. So take that and smoke that, okay? Tom is next in Iowa hello Tom. Hello, Paul. It's a real pleasure to be on. Thank you. You are on I have to be full disclosure. I started listening when I read online that you were so over talking about our arch nemesis I was paid. After that, I started watching your show and I've got to say you're the best and I've watched and listened to an awful lot of them over the years and it's a real pleasure to watch your show. Thank you. A Big Ten fan. And I've always loved the SEC. Sometimes it's tough staying awake to an entire Iowa game, but we find a way to plot through it. And we're tickled tank if we ever make it to a New Year's Day ball. So no illusions about a college football playoff from me. But I just it's a real pleasure to be on our show. And you have a lifetime listener and watcher now. Well, Tom, thank you for saying that. And I really, really appreciate your call. And I hope you'll call again. You'd be well. Thank you very, very much. Patrick is up next to hello Patrick. Hey, Paul. Hi there. How you doing? We're doing great. Nice. Sorry. My kid. Patrick broke, bro, hi. Okay. That's not a Kentucky fan in the background. Is it complaining about a ranking? Okay. I'm still taking it over to exam. But now I was going to call in kind of get your opinion on horse, man, because I think he's trained in our offense in the right direction. Stop. Are you there? Paul. What do you want votes? Therefore. Yeah, yeah. Take your time. Hey, drop this phone. I got to have their phones to watch. Why are you going down the road? How old is how old is Brooke? Hey, just hiring for. Okay. Yes. It's crazy sometimes. But anyway, did you hear what I was asking you about? I think you were asking me about Brian and I'm really impressed with what I've seen so far. What I'm locking is how we're taking more date jobs. Like we did against Arkansas. I think if we would have done that again, Georgia, who knows how it would go because they are defense is ridiculous. I was at that game and they look like me and among children out there. They're very impressed. Patrick, if you take care of yourself, speaking of Arkansas, that's where we're heading next. We'll take a break and Sam Pittman from Fayetteville, join us next. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Bald men on campus. The podcast. I'm Seth Greenberg. I'm Jay billis. And I'm the father of Ellis. You talk about three guys that look at the game of basketball for different president. The energy that we have the chemistry that we have. The three of us bald guys have well over a hundred years of college basketball experience. 80 years with Seth Greenberg and then you and I have ten years each of us to a hundred. Old man on campus foully challenge, but brilliant, no less. Don't miss it..

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A Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks 'Heartbeat' Abortion Law in Texas

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 1 year ago

A Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks 'Heartbeat' Abortion Law in Texas

"News out of texas. It looks like the bite administration found an obama appointee. Federal judge to temporarily block the heartbeat bill. Us district judge robert pittman. A barack obama appointee temporarily blocked. Texas is heartbeat. Bill calling it. An unprecedented and transparent trach statutory scheme to deny patients the right to an abortion patients because it's healthcare. Don't you know killing the baby in the womb. That's that's a that's a medical process. Got it got it. The left desperately wants to preserve a woman's right to have an abortion performed because it's her body her choice. But don't you dare resist the vaccine. That ain't your choice. You better get one or else got it. It's as clear as

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"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

"I think i grew up in an era where one of the many things i loved about. music was. it's social commentary and it is about the times we live in. And it's about all the things that affect you in a very deep way. And i thought. I think there's a way to do this where it will be engaging. This was not about telling people you need to vote. That's the way i looked at all. It was saying to people who make big decisions. In this country this is a generation disengaged from you and you need to address them on their turf their way and will invite you to do that. That's your shot. It wasn't about trying to be parental or any of that kind of stuff to them or give them boring facts or anything like that and so we gotta smartest we could get in. I think i didn't tell anybody. That's another thing. I sent tab at. The soaring tabitha went to new hampshire and she called me at like midnight. She said you know. I got up. Appear in lake. Bunch of candidates are like what mtv and she said and then a couple them like. Got back off. The bus primarily bill clinton and said. I'll talk to you. And then we were sort of often running and you know that partnered with incredible creative work on those rock the vote spots. I mean madonna wrapped in a flag. Whatever their disagreement. Tom preston quickly embraced. The idea we knew is important to our audience. I also knew extremely important to the employee base. Employees would feel better about working there if they knew we had some kind of social purpose associated with what we would do. We had one hundred sixty eight hours a week. We certainly squeeze it in. It also turned out. It legitimizes us in the eyes of advertisers. Who formerly wouldn't come nearest like american express but most importantly the audience liked it and then fast forward to you know. We're gonna throw an inaugural ball. That's not official and see if anybody comes to the party. Rem's gonna play and and vogues gonna play. Tried to make a spirited spiritism mtv but add a little bit of gravitas. If you will in meaning you know like you do matter. You are young but you matter and you deserve to be heard and listened to and we're going to help you. Mtv was a wonderful ride from the very beginning co-founders. And i knew we were doing something that was important to culture but we had no idea we were going to change. Culture mtv changed. Tv it changed music. It changed graphic design and it certainly changed my life. No matter how old i get. Whatever else i've done em tv is still an important chapter my life and all of us has cofounders are still very much very tight fem but the truth is looking back. I think we all feel the same way tom. I felt when he joined the team. I was happy to have a job. I couldn't believe anyone who's going to hire me and lucky for all of us. We all kept getting higher again and again. I'm bob pittman. Thanks for listening. That's it for today's episode. Thanks so much for listening to math and magic. A production of i heart radio. The show is hosted by bob. Pittman special thanks to sue schillinger for booking and wrangling are wonderful talent. Which is no small feat. Nikki tour for pulling research bill plaques and michael as our recording help our editor ryan murdoch and of course gail raoul. Eric angel mango and everyone. Who helped bring this show to your ears until next time. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. is that shakespeare. no it's geico. Yeah that shakespeare from one of his unpublished works which

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Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 04

Daily Dose Football

07:19 min | 1 year ago

Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 04

"Is thereby do like the fact that kyle amaury stole from the ball but now we are going to hop into a guy that went fifteen picks earlier in nfl draft. A guy that. I absolutely love allied larger more. He felt a second pick of the second round. And i am adjust fan. So i hope i'm not too biased here by do absolutely love elijah more because you look at the offense there. The new york has in place and the did geico davis and they do have them. Zal dumbbell mims there too and jamison crowder and you may think while there's a lot of receivers here but fact of the matter is the jets spent high draft capital. Two goping get larger more. If they're picking him with the thirty fourth pick of the nfl draft when they have all these other holes on the roster. We're talking edge quarterback you can make the case that they probably should have picked a player that was an edge or cornerback but they went ahead and they pick the larger more probably because they had a first round great on him and viewed him as one of the top receivers in this class. And if they didn't think that he could he could become a number one number two receiver. The offense and zack wilson. They probably wouldn't have bothered. They're in picking eligible more. So i think that you have all these. Ribisi were twos vibrancy. Threes in newark. Don't have a true alpha by receiver one in york and you saw gems on men's last year yes. He had injuries throughout the season. So we didn't really see enough from him but clearly the jets haven't don't believe him enough to be born receiver because they drafted elijah more. And when you're looking at college football last season devante. Smith had a great season but a lot of people are not talking about elijah more enough and i believe elijah moore had the second most receiving yards in college football last season in a shortened season. So this is a guy you can make the case for is a very very good receiver and it was. It was definitely disappointing for him. To see 'em fall out of the first round. But i absolutely love this landing spot with zach wilson in leiden. More both being rookies. I think the chemistry is going to develop an plus alleged. moore's blazing fast receiver. He can like a four three forty and this is the guy. That's an impressive rat runner to me to really has a little bit of it all. He may not be the biggest receiver the biggest taller receiver. But i think that he s potential to be a slot receiver a coup number for the jets in years to come so i am all about allied more this year and going forward i think there may even be better than rashad. Bateman and may be the third or fourth fest receiver in this class. Well i just wanna stay for the viewers. You know anybody. That's been listening to us. Knows that you're not just being a homer on him because you were higher than just about everybody in. The industry like the entire draft process before the draft. So i know it's not just because he landed at the jets because i would call you crazy. It was just for that reason. But you know i think you make interesting cases you know it you also knowing you. You're not a very high. You weren't high on the corey davis signing. I don't think that you're surely how on mims of abbas really really Into mems last year Going the draft process. I did not end up with him on any teams because his a draft dot com just started skyrocketing and he the point where i was taking pittman over them. Still then you. I wasn't getting him. On the turnaround you know because i also claypool and gibson ranked ahead of them but Like mims and i thought he was actually a really really interesting prospect. So at night we're willing to give on him after He's got that alphabet. I'm not willing to give up on him after a year. That a complete dumpster fire in new york last year. You know they have a completely new offense. I corey davis kinda showed that he could be the number one wide receiver. Antonio brown was hurt. Leisure you know most of those. Those guys actually kind of started splitting targets down the stretch about pretty pretty evenly. So i do. Think that Corey davis they paid him. I think they're going to at least attempt to get him. The number one spot and i do think mims profiles really well and the outside as well Us why they went out and got him with that pick. What corey davis and mims strengths are like down the field jump ball situations whereas i think Allies more profiles more is like underneath guy that can can really thrive if he gets volume. I just wonder how much volume is going to be there. If they're not running a dominant amount of sets of three watersheds. Because i do think that the other two receivers with their bodies and big catch races will Out snap him on the outside while it's interesting that you're high on Corey davis. And i know i've said before the not hot high in corey davis so i think that's another reason as to why i'm higher on a lighter more. I'm just not buying the fact. That corey davis succeeds in new york. Two years ago not last year but if we look back two years ago and a lot of people probably have wiped out from their mind. But i have not wiped that season from my mind because i was big. Encore dave's heading attest season and he completely let me down lake completely. Let me down. I'm not even sure. I'm thinking was probably healthy the entire season and i'm not even sure if he finished as top fifty receiver in the league and so fast forward a year and had a very successful year with the titans. I'm not knocking him. But here's a guy who was picked with the seventh or east kick in his draft and he was supposed to be the number one receiver for titans and we never really saw that work out for the titans. And i think they declined his fifth year option. So there's a reason why the titans aren't holding onto corey davis and i think unfortunately core gape is a receiver who can be great here and there like a devante parker. But he's not consistent enough. He's not a true number one receiver. You gotta in a way force in targets from the be successful. And i think the jets are just gonna realize the gecko that our number one receivers probably larger more in a number two receivers probably summons so. I'm not scared about corey. Davis getting targets. People were saying the same thing last season about shod paramount and how he was going to have a huge role in that new york offense and what happened in bre shot parent. Who by the way. I was extremely on extremely law. Shot payment last year. What happened to be shot. He did nothing for that offense. So i think just because the jets went after core gave us that doesn't mean that he's going to automatically demand targets. It's zach. wilson's offense now. I think zack. Wilson is going to gravitate Skies like elijah. More over corey davis and a jamison crowder dems. I think the alleged moore will end up being his normal receiver. And i think that the ceiling for more is very high to it. Might it might not happen with a larger more by think by the end of the season we're going to really realize how good of a player that allies are more is. Yeah so

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U.S. Capitol officer killed in vehicle attack; suspect dead

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Capitol officer killed in vehicle attack; suspect dead

"Day in the nation's capital, R U. S Capitol Police officer is dead, another injured and their attacker was shot and killed. Acting Capitol Police chief Yogi Ananda Pittman says the driver of the car rammed into two officers before crashing into a barrier and getting out a knife. He did not respond to verbal commands. The suspect did start lunging toward U. S. Capitol police officers at which time U. S. Capitol police officers fired upon the suspect. The suspect, identified as 25, year old Noah Green later died. One of the officers involved in responding to the attack also later died. William Billy Evans was an 18 year veteran of the police force. A second officer is expected to be okay. The officers had been posted at an entrance off of Constitution Avenue, which soon after the end. It was quickly filled with members of the National Guard on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T o P News When the news

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Family and friends concerned Noah Green was unraveling before Capitol attack

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Family and friends concerned Noah Green was unraveling before Capitol attack

"People around the world today for spending their condolences after Officer William Evans was killed and another officer injured after a man drove his car into them yesterday. Following that attack, Capitol police chief yoga nom de Pittman said. This has been an extremely difficult time for U. S Capitol police. I just asked that the public continued to keep U S Capitol police and their families and in your prayers, the man who carried out the attack, Noah Green was shot dead after getting out of the car and lunging at police with a knife. Green's family and friends tell the Washington Post He became paranoid and have hallucinations. He was convinced his former teammates on the Christopher Newport University football team drugged him. A new

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US Capitol police officer dies after car rams security barrier

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

US Capitol police officer dies after car rams security barrier

"Very heavy heart That I announce one of our officers has to come to his injuries attacking U. S. Capitol police chief Yoga Nonda Pittman announcing the death of Officer William Evans, an 18 year veteran of the force. Another officer is still in the hospital today but is stable. And has non life threatening injuries. After yesterday's attack on him and his partners, they stood at the barrier and Capitol grounds. Suspect in that attack, also died. Several news organizations report He was a 25 year old man from Indiana. NPR is not confirmed. Those reports joined now by

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Capitol Police officer killed in car attack

NBC Nightly News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Capitol Police officer killed in car attack

"Is profound sadness. Today's violent death of another capital police officer killed during a confrontation that left another officer injured. A suspect shot to death a tragic and a staggering blow to an agency still traumatized by the loss of their own after the january six attack. Today's horror at the senate entrance to the capitol when a lone man drove his car into the officers and then rammed a security barricade before confronting them with a knife. According to police the driver shot and killed by police later. The fall in officer honored by fellow officers. His body driven away in a police procession. Heli jackson has late details. You can see the aftermath of the deadly attack just steps from the capitol where a suspect rammed that blue car into a barricade about one hundred yards from the senate entrance. Never seen this before a helicopter. Arriving as part of a massive response oh my god. The national guard in formation after police say a suspect identified by four senior law enforcement officials as twenty five year old noah green drove into to capitol police officers and into that roadblock around one this afternoon the head of capital. Police says he jumped out of the car. Holding a knife ignored commands to stop and instead started to run aggressively towards the officers. They opened fire killing the suspect. But not before. Those two officers on scene were hurt and taken to the hospital with acting chief. Yoga pittman soon after visibly emotional as she revealed this devastating news. It is with a very very heavy heart. That i out. One of our officers have succumb to his

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Capitol Police officer, suspect dead after driving into barrier: What we know

NBC Nightly News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Capitol Police officer, suspect dead after driving into barrier: What we know

"Is profound sadness. Today's violent death of another capital police officer killed during a confrontation that left another officer injured. A suspect shot to death a tragic and a staggering blow to an agency still traumatized by the loss of their own after the january six attack. Today's horror at the senate entrance to the capitol when a lone man drove his car into the officers and then rammed a security barricade before confronting them with a knife. According to police the driver shot and killed by police later. The fall in officer honored by fellow officers. His body driven away in a police procession. Heli jackson has late details. You can see the aftermath of the deadly attack just steps from the capitol where a suspect rammed that blue car into a barricade about one hundred yards from the senate entrance. Never seen this before a helicopter. Arriving as part of a massive response oh my god. The national guard in formation after police say a suspect identified by four senior law enforcement officials as twenty five year old noah green drove into to capitol police officers and into that roadblock around one this afternoon the head of capital. Police says he jumped out of the car. Holding a knife ignored commands to stop and instead started to run aggressively towards the officers. They opened fire killing the suspect. But not before. Those two officers on scene were hurt and taken to the hospital with acting chief. Yoga pittman soon after visibly emotional as she revealed this devastating news. It is with a very very heavy heart. That i out. One of our officers have succumb to his

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Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

News, Traffic and Weather

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

"And the latest on weekend weather and you're homeward bound traffic and four minutes another U. S. Capitol Police officer dies in the line of duty Officer William Evans was fatally injured today by a suspect who rammed his car into a security barricade, then charged Evans and one of his fellow officers with a knife. Acting chief Yoga. Nanda Pittman was another blow. For the Capitol Hill family and especially the Capitol police family. And abroad. But the director Dr Risso Wollensky, is suggesting that people still wear masks when they're on public transportation, including airplane in stereo, Aldinger ABC News What That means to you from a local travel expert. People were ready to break out of their cages, says Co. Moh travel analyst Steve Danny shek, who says it's a common sense move that gives the CDC some control over what will happen anyway. With Europe. Seeing covert surges and new lockdown, Steve says it's likely out is the destination for most people, but he suspects with vaccinations in progress. A lot of us will do a good old fashioned road trip. Where will they go? They can't go to a why they go to Mexico. They go to some points in the Caribbean or they could drive around. I think we're going to see a lot of dementia. Travel recovery quicker than international travel. If you were vaccinated, Steve says, go now. Because hotel car rental and especially airfare prices will rise with increased demand. While airlines continue to limit the number of flights until that demand, forces them to ADM. Or just make sure you're familiar with the travel guidelines and the covert rules wherever you go. Both education simultaneously of students in the classroom and remotely is, Lee says it's important for kids to get

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Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer, driver killed

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer, driver killed

"The the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol police police are are mourning mourning the the loss loss of of another another officer officer eighteen eighteen year year veteran veteran William William Evans Evans is is the the second second capital capital police police officer officer killed killed in in the the line line of of duty duty in in three three months months after after Brian Brian sick sick Nick's Nick's death death in in the the January January Ryan Ryan this this is is been been an an extremely extremely difficult difficult time time for for U. U. S. S. capitol capitol police police acting acting chief chief Yogananda Yogananda Pittman Pittman ask ask that that you you keep keep all all U. U. S. S. capitol capitol police police family family in in your your thoughts thoughts and and prayers prayers president president Biden Biden says says he he and and the the First First Lady Lady are are heartbroken heartbroken by by the the attack attack and and Evans's Evans's death death he's he's ordered ordered White White House House flags flags lowered lowered to to half half mast mast Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

News, Traffic and Weather

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

"Dead, another injured in an incident earlier today, Capitol police Chief Yoga Nonda Pittman says a knife wielding suspect is also dead after ramming his vehicle into a security barrier outside the building, start lunging toward U. S Capitol police officers. That's what at which time U. S. Capitol police officers fired upon the suspect. We're still waiting to hear what the motive may have been. Investigations and

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Car rams into police at Capitol barricade; officer killed

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Car rams into police at Capitol barricade; officer killed

"There there has has been been another another deadly deadly attack attack at at the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol capitol capitol police police say say a a man man rammed rammed a a vehicle vehicle into into two two officers officers at at a a security security checkpoint checkpoint about about one one hundred hundred yards yards from from the the building building the the suspect suspect exited exited the the vehicle vehicle with with a a knife knife in in hand hand at at officers officers opened opened fire fire after after he he lunged lunged at at them them acting acting chief chief Yogananda Yogananda Pittman Pittman says says the the suspect suspect was was killed killed two two officers officers were were taken taken to to hospitals hospitals one one of of our our officers officers have have succumbed succumbed to to his his injuries injuries making making him him the the second second capital capital police police officer officer killed killed this this year year after after one one died died in in January's January's riot riot police police say say today's today's attack attack does does not not appear appear related related to to terrorism terrorism nor nor to to any any particular particular member member of of Congress Congress which which is is on on recess recess this this week week Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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What Happened to the Palmer Brothers?

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

02:02 min | 1 year ago

What Happened to the Palmer Brothers?

"Charles and lisa palmer had a daughter hannah and three sons chris chucky and michael in nineteen ninety nine the palmer family lived in wa silla alaska a town of approximately ten thousand residents located forty three miles or sixty nine point. Two kilometers northeast of anchorage on june third. Nine hundred ninety nine fifteen old. Michael palmer asked his parents if he could spend the night at his friend's home with a few of his buddies. Instead of sleeping in the friend's house the boys stayed in an outbuilding they referred to as the clubhouse in the wee hours of june fourth. The boys slipped away riding their bicycles to a series of high school. Graduation parties in the area. Michael's friends said michael drink several beers throughout the night but they insisted he acted fine and was not incapacitated by the alcohol. According to other party goers a fight broke out at the last party the boys attended some observers. Said someone hit michael in the head. During a scuffle other partygoers claimed they saw someone beat michael until his face and head were bloody michael's friends claimed michael seemed fine at four. Am when they began the nine mile or fourteen point five kilometer bike ride home from the last party. According to mike's powell's they started together on their bikes but after a while mike fell behind them. They pulled over and waited for mike at the seven. Eleven on the parks highway but when he never arrived the boy said they thought mike must have gone to his own home. The others eventually continued down. The road on their bikes. The boys later told authorities. They last saw michael at the intersection of pittman road and silver drive

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Capitol Police officer suspended after anti-Semitic reading material found near his work area

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Capitol Police officer suspended after anti-Semitic reading material found near his work area

"Also suspending an officer after anti Semitic reading material was found near his work area over the weekend. On Sunday. Yoga non the Pittman releasing a statement on that saying once this matter Was brought to my attention. I immediately ordered the officer to be suspended until the office of Professional Responsibility can thoroughly investigate

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"pittman" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"pittman" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

"Name. is michael pittman. Michael is a highly accomplished marketing. Executive and.

"pittman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"pittman" Discussed on WTOP

"County county executive store Pittman says because covert nineteen cases have not declined enough yet in his county that's the cases have not declined enough yet in this county Anna Rundle will not follow governor Larry Hogan's plan to allow retail stores to open at fifty percent capacity in the pigments as stores can open but for curbside service pick up only you will be able to get that hair cuts and there are restrictions to the house to keep the numbers down with those facilities and have folks going in one time and waiting in their cars rather waiting in the waiting rooms churches will also remain restricted to no more than ten people gathering at a time I am a kind Ellie Calvert county initially declared a state of emergency in March it was extended for thirty days in April and now it's been extended again for another thirty days Jackie Vaughn is the county's public safety director authority exists for a local state of emergency to continue with the approval of the board of county commissioners and that's what the county commissioners did in a brief virtual meeting they said the state of emergency gives the county flexibility in responding to the pandemic and will not prevent county businesses from re opening as Maryland slowly reopens its economy neckline Elie WTOP news Charles county makes its decision as well Charles county's board of commissioners decide to delay its move into phase one of re opening by two weeks but it wasn't a unanimous vote board member Bobby Rucci I like the governor's order and let businesses reopen three of the other five members weren't for that this comes as the trend show positive cases declining in hospitals not over burdened Reuben Collins president board of commissioners who voted for the delay says he understands small businesses are hurting but we also recognize that there needs to be an additional level of education you said the delay will also offer a regional approach to re opening in cooperation with neighboring prince George's county which continues to see the virus spread Mike Morello WTOP news you can find more about the re opening the click away at W. T. O. P. dot com WTOP a trouble seven Friday morning south American retailers suffering a one two punch first there was one line shopping now there's the pandemic and for many businesses that second blow is a deadly knockout role was a bad month for retailers some clothes shop two million workers lost their jobs and companies that were just limping along that may have continued to limp along for any other couple of years they're not going to be able to make it we could see a tidal wave of retail dance that lasts for five years in the end financial giant UBS projects a hundred thousand brick and mortars could close it's going to be part of a big calling of the bottom rung of players in the industry Wall Street journal reporter Suzanne cap nurse says some sectors will be hit harder like a lot of apartment stores the.

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"pittman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"pittman" Discussed on KOMO

"In for him is Bob Pittman hi Bob thanks for inviting me by thanks for coming back I'm glad I didn't she sat on the first hour all my goodness of course this is great bombs in the feet planning attorney and I would urge you that if you have any questions about estate planning call now here's your chance you can ask him anything two oh six four two one one thousand two oh six forty one one thousand or eight seven seven three nine seven K. one well I would venture bomb and I'm there also was a good thing out having fun yeah he will probably have heard every single question possible there's not a lot but you know I learned all the time I think that's why not well know that I'm Headin down the last street if you well as when I stop learning I hope that never happens I read somewhere that everyone just wants to learn grow and contribute I believe that's true I think so yeah so what is the most what's the most challenging question you had this week without revealing anyone's information if you possibly can you know probably the saddest was he dealing with the the death of a of a of a young person and without going into any detail it says that's hard to imagine yeah unless you are and I I discovered this a long time ago that and I you know two white ball but I said you know Bob you have no way of knowing what anybody's going through when that whether they lose a spouse a child a parent you don't know because you're not I'm not living through it and all I can do is is try to help the best I can to sort of sue the the belt and put up some little guide posts and help get someone down the right road but it's a tough tough road and it's different for everybody there some things I think must be the same it's just awful but it's just different and and I know that someone who's sales lost a spouse I'm not a surviving spouse and so I really don't know truly what it's like except that it's hard I think it's true that every day when you run into someone you don't know the path that they're on the road that they're on or what their story is too that's true the story so important I you know one of reasons why I started doing what I call guide book style plan in its guide book planning is so I wanna know as high as I sit and think and I ponder all these things all the time and I say okay a fight to find that surviving spouse I want this guide book I want to be able to open up a call to big red book I want to be able to open up the big red book and be operational in in a safe zone right away and that's what the guide what what I call guide book planning is all about is it gets you right away in the event of a number what when the merchants here are tough time comes you're right in to the guide book and you say okay I know what to do I've written it down in advance talk about prevention and preventing problems in the future and getting that road map out and we put it on per in purple on purpose and a big red book because we wanted to stand out and inside in the key information section that says okay you know Bob is incapacitated here's what I do Bob has passed Bob is diet here's what I need to do first and second and third and by the time you're doing that you're on the right road and you're not likely to be taken advantage of by the sharks and the vultures and it's so complete that it goes all the way down to what was your client the queue for a client you showed me this week hello John well I'm going to mention Joe Joe on the air Jo Jo came to visit us Joe Joe was the nicest little dog you'd want to me so it's every you know from Bob is capacity needed to who's gonna feed Jo Jo's right yes exactly right yeah now you take these the estate planning based on say a guide book can you wrap it in Rashi's life planning at all my goodness are you there or what well I would venture to say Bob we we've just met last couple days and I can tell how thoughtful you are and how much you think about your clients I know how much re she thinks about his clients to and how it's the full three sixty it's not just the legal part.

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