17 Burst results for "Premier College"

"premier college" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Doing sports centers. This is what I WANNA do. I don't know where Bristol Connecticut is but sign me up when you guys started doing the eleven o'clock sportscenter. When did you start that eighty nine when I got there? I started doing the eleven o'clock I think three months in with Bodley I think if remember right in the late eighties early nineties they would repeat that sportscenter basically seven or eight times from eleven pm until seven or eight. No you would have the eleven live one o'clock live. One o'clock would play in the morning. Okay Okay but you would require the eleven o'clock played elite twice Sunday night aired all Monday more okay. That's it then because in in college we used to watch it to the point that I'd watch your Sunday sportscenter three or four times college student staying up late and I knew when the cub highlight there'd be thirteen after the hour and then the feature on blank would be twenty four hour you just over and over and over I remember our boss Steve Bornstein and really very sharp executive and he said <hes> we're going to replay. WE'RE GONNA rear ear sportscenter or like. How would you do that and he goes? You know that morning so you have a whole generation that watch sports center in the morning and then we wanted you to watch sports center when you got up before for you went to school and therefore you couldn't stay up at eleven o'clock or one o'clock in the morning and it was brilliant because you we made sportscenter there for you we you it was available whenever you wanted it it was there and and it was a brilliant tactical move by Steve Bornstein because these kids who were couldn't stay up till eleven o'clock or one o'clock in the morning. We're getting sportscenter at six A._M.. Before they went off to school so very fortunate but the best thing that ever happened is sportscenter was we had the big east and that big Monday with the Big East in the big twelve and we had an audience that lead into the eleven o'clock sportscenter and also Sunday night Sunday night baseball you had an if you don't have that audience then people aren't necessarily staying with you or in the appointment viewing and we're very lucky with that very lucky that we had the pro life programming. That's what everybody wants. They want live programming lead leading into the studio shows. I saw mclovin. We're going to stay with that. Poll question one more poll question. I can save it. Go ahead but it's a little bit conscious will make people mad. Who is the Premier College football team in the nation? I'm only giving you two choices. One wears orange one wears red or Crimson Alabama Clemson. Who's WHO's the premier team and I know people thought I was crazy? When I said try this? Ask Your friends what conference Clemson plays in just casual sports fan. He go man. Hey what do you think a Clemson in the S._e._C.. Nobody's going to bat and I if they're casual sportsman will go yeah you know. Can they win another national championship there in the A._C._C. but they play like there in the S._e._C. and I think that's what <hes> that's interesting when it comes to how they transformed that program also did you see where they they had the media day between Clemson and Alabama and you had one of the players his name is Dylan. Moses Alabama linebacker he dismissed Clemson was the better team in the College Football playoff national title game despite despite the fact that they got be forty four sixteen it was more preparation Moses said of Clemson's win. I wouldn't say they were a better team. So is Moses coming down from the mountain saying that Nick Sabin didn't do a good job in prepping his team name. Wouldn't you say the other to the contrary. You know what we just didn't play well. They outplayed us not preparation because that sounds like coach didn't do his job. Moses had ample praise for Georgia which hasn't defeated Alabama since two thousand seven. Oven he said the bulldogs are definitely the hardest team. I have played in college all right a little trash talking there. I like it what mclovin and first of all you have what nine weeks to prepare for that you're saying Nick Sabin then prepare for Clemson that's insane but Clemson was the better team and instead of just saying they were the better team that day. You know we didn't play that well when you say we weren't prepared then you're saying you know what Nick Sabin didn't prepare us there eight seven seven three D._p.. Show email address sepia. Dan Patrick Dot Com twitter handle with D._p.. Show you could watch on dot com direct. T._V.'s audience don't Channel Two thirty nine. We're on three hundred sixty radio affiliates around the country. Look who's on the couch over there. Joe's in town Joe Joe's in town looking good. He's wearing a shirt. Fortunately that means we don't have to go. It's early. It's early. We haven't even started the interviewed wait till he sits down and we all take our shirts off Yep. He's as a professional actor. He could drop that shared one second he could. He could rip it all right now and once again. I'm all in anybody else. Only ended up. Joe Takes off his shirt not if he does because I know I don't look good but next to him. Am I look really bad all right. We'll take a break here. Joe Manganiello will join US got a baseball movie out that takes place in the Bronx but I know he's big football guy steeler fan. Maybe I don't know how big steeler fan is now with <hes> A._B.. Gun Levy on bell going. I do think the steelers are going to be underrated this year all right. We'll take a break coming up on eighteen after the hour. This is the Dan Patrick show okay. This is just a thirty second commercial and I'M GONNA throw a lot of numbers that you please please stay with me..

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"premier college" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"But like do you want to, you know, do you wanna leave ESPN there's a lot going for you at this company, you could, but you have to if you're going to go up to your bosses and basically say, hey, look, I'm trusting my own talent. I can go somewhere else. I don't have to resign here. It's like you could. But maybe you're we don't think that's an apples to apples comparison. Like, let's try to look at somebody's not. I'm just trying to let's just say someone like higher up on the totem pole. Right. Let's say let it doesn't even. Let's let's just say someone is simple as like Jay Bilas. Right. Jay Bilas is the premier college basketball analyst ESPN's. Excellent Jay Bilas can go wherever he wants. And because that's not apples, apple them. Because Lukashenko everyone he's got the well. But you just said he can get he should be able to get an interview anywhere. He wants. But Jay Bilas if Bilas wanted to go to FOX, I'm pretty sure FOX would be like, okay, cool. Let's do it this way. Let's make it Bilas. Let's make it Reese, Dave. Who host college football college game day, right? He's an excellent host. He's probably had chances to go a million other places, and he has stated ESPN, but that would be the equivalent he's that guy. He just got that job a couple years ago. He's done a really good job holding that showdown after Chris Fowler. Did it for twenty years. And yeah, like he he can do things on his terms. Now. He's employed right now, but ties got ten million you he's got the money. He's got three more years of employment. Whether whether he takes a job or not. And that's what I'm getting at is that he's got the security of the employment, even though he doesn't have the actual empowers. Okay. So that's a different conversation. Wish I -gree with he's got. I'm not worried about Tyler when his future, and it's like financial situation whether or not you could ever get another job period. I'm just saying if you especially if you set out another couple of years, you're not just guaranteed to get a job. That's this. Good this. I've of an offer you're not you're not guaranteed. That's that's why you don't have. All of the leverage that's fair. Christie's in Gardena. What's up, Chris? Hey, what's going on with you? George. I you know, I spoke to you before. And I appreciate it. So I'm gonna try to say this real quick and get this out of the way because I know that you have a lot of people to get to first of all let me say to you, man. I got a lot of respect for you, bro. For the way, you handled that caller yesterday. Do you know what Nick was kind of a little bit disrespectful? But you know, I think he didn't really know any better. I think he writes up a fan. Like, I am I'm gonna tell you. I'm fifty years old, bro. I've got a tattoo all of the Lakers on the side of my ribcage, man. They let you know. I'm a Laker fan for life. I follow the Lakers forever meme, but let me tell you what I believe is wrong with it right now, we the Lakers. We we lost we lost. Mr. fuck, you know..

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"premier college" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"When you when you're out with people, and it's on, you know, you kind of pick yourself back up Einstein also assume that. Basketball million staffer first lady is like a graduate of the school. That's I can't even say we're talking about the NBA. So just food out. Likes basket affluent. She loves the NBA do so. The girl the girl I'm dating right now after the other day, she said explain to me the difference when amid major and a high major so that's where I'm at right now when it comes to. Right. There's a positive thing. It's a good thing. You have to be willing to accept the marathon. That's going to go on from now until April night. They obviously, you don't have to know everything, but you got to embrace the grind because the best four or five weeks of the year upon us. You want an ally. John because this is March, right? Like, it's more and more into April. Sunday's Saint Patrick's Day. What does that? Well, be like the second round of the tournament already. And not only that Joe the season starting November thick so this season has been longer than any other college basketball season. I can remember you love that sort of didn't even realize I guess it is because I'm thinking now 'cause baseball starts early usually like well opening weekend. Baseball is usually the final four usually it's a week later. The national title game April eighth. I mean so doing five for next season on April ninth year. Just according to the NBA draft decisions and away we go. Wow. We will talk to you plenty of time. We're going to see you like more than our wives for what? Every Monday and Friday. Can't wait. Oh, baby. Thank you, John. John. Thanks got John Ross Tina Joe's, right? The premier college basketball guy. He really here's the proof of it. You can even lips come and he'll Ross he gives you live, right? Right. The ninth man on limp skim. Let's go. Say the school name big daddy Lipscomb. Here's a great defensive tackle Steelers in cults. He died of drug overdose. Back in the early sixties. That's the only lithium rhino a little.

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"premier college" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"On the business and biceps podcast with Cory, Gregory, and John Fosko. He runs the red zone. A mental health and drug recovery agency. Maurice chlorate. Pretty cool intro. Hey, I appreciate you MAURICE. I don't wanna I don't wanna take much your time here. I'd love to dig rate him because you have one of the most fascinating stories in the history of football. And I think your story does a lot of motivating and inspiring people about overcoming adversity and stuff like that. So let's get into it you go to state. You're being talked about is the greatest running back on earth is that some of the most precious times you've ever had in your entire life. One most precious. I would say yes, very notable. I think four for any kid, you know, when you when you playing football, ultimately, you know, go to a premier college in half success. You think is is gold at that. A lot of young guys have and to that went there and to you know, just teammates that were made practice. Our has memories. Even though they were short live those things were those things were better. Then great, you know, they're fantastic and to to accomplish so much in high school, and then immediately go to college in our ten thirteen month span to accomplish you know, what we did in college. You know, I wouldn't trade memories four for the world. And you know, those things happen back in two thousand two and three and you know, still to this day on matter where I'm at around the country. We were I'm able to steal talk about those and at least oppression people that are lasting. Buckeyes fans love you for what you did for them with that being said to thirty thorough thirty thirty came out about you. And it seemed as if the AD wasn't the biggest fan of MAURICE Clarin or he wasn't the biggest fan of possibly the situations were happening is there. Bad blood there between you own Ohio State, or if bygones be bygones since then. Sewri they made it, you know, for the national story came off like, you know, I had a problem with a house state what it was actually just me in a in a tiff between Aflac director and at the time. You take everything context context. You know, you know, he may have felt like he's got slight for me, you had two big egos that were basically going to give each other. And you what culture, you know, power? And you doing what race, you know? I'm I'm inner city black kid who comes and makes his big splash on TV. And then I'm just being totally irresponsible. My power, and then you have him who who's not going to be pushed around our our disrespected by this kid who thinks he owes the university. And so I think if we we both had a chance to do over again that we will do it are we would do it in kind of a where it was. But you know, me, you know, how state we've never directly had problems though, is just a disagreement or. Away of how we do things at eighteen, but you know, eighteen years old, and I'm pretty sure I'm taking eighteen year old and you give him a tremendous amount of power tremendous amount of odd. Just leveraged oversee. We have more people saying yes, rather than no that that that they make the same station. So everything's good between me and Ohio State. Now, I don't make it down as much as I would like to be pet. You know, just a distance from universities about forty minutes from our thirty or forty minutes from my house, but I usually make it to a couple of games a season..

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"premier college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The primary eulogy delivered by the forty first president's son. Former President George W Bush the man couldn't stomach vegetables. Especially broccoli. And by the way, he passed these genetic defects along. With the state funeral over. Bush's casket has been flown back to Texas he'll lie in repose at a church in Houston for a memorial service tomorrow and the private family funeral will also be attended by CU. President Bruce Benson and his life. Marcy. I just think that he is an honest, caring guy. Well, when he broke the promise read my lips. I mean, he's he knew this was what's important for the country, and I'm gonna do this. And I'm going to take over. This thing Benson spoke with CBS four. He was a fundraiser for George Bush while MARCY worked in the Bush White House. See you has a new football coach the buffs hiring Georgia defensive coordinator. Mel Tucker coach spoke on Lewis and Logan about his philosophy for winning most. We have to be conditioned. Our foundation won't be technique and fundamentals. We'll play smart we'll play fast, we'll play physical Tucker's coached at several premier college programs and also in the NFL just exactly what the Broncos did not need starting wide receiver. Emmanuel Sanders now on injured. Reserve after going down in practice today with an apparent achilles injury. Coach Vance Joseph we can cry about it. We have to move on and go play football game on Sunday. Sanders was scheduled to undergo an MRI to.

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"premier college" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"And that's the way clay held in my fails it, but do you have faith that he is going to be able to go and hire the right bodies and put them in the right places. When he's demonstrated that he's not capable of doing that in the first three years. I mean, I understand you got to go out and get the right person. But it's very much like the situation with Jerry Jones in Dallas. If the book of stopping here, do you have confidence where the buck stops is going to actually be the best decision. And I would argue that if we've been complaining about the assistance every year since we've been on this show. In the first place. Then right. He's going to hire him the next time the same guy the same guy that hired. These guys is going to be responsible. Ultimately, I would imagine for hiring the next crop guys. It key. I agree with you that your system in football in particular. But in anything, if you're the CEO of a company, it's your vice presidents that you have to have right to make sure that it works. If you no matter what it is. You're doing if you're a sales manager your sales reps need to be right or else. You're numbers aren't going to be all of these things. But at the end of the day, the guys you hire. And the the the company that you build the coaching structure that you build it's a reflection of you that your your going to go and hire the guys that you he's not going to go higher the guys that Nick Sabin hires because Nick Sabin knows what he needs the reason he has all these guys that go onto the next spot is because he knows exactly the world. Yes. Cry smart guys. They coached us at the university. He's going anywhere. The next group of guys. So why is it going to be? I mean, it might be different temporarily maybe buzz and energy, but maybe maybe to be different because people alumni kisha what flowed out of names to help in the process. Well, they got to be able to accept you. Can't you can't be so era Ghent that that guys like myself or Curtis Conway or any of the Matt line even for for for our program to disown Reggie Bush based on what the NC two A findings was which was a bunch of nothing to not allow Reggie Bush to be a part of the USC football family in a program is ridiculous to me. It doesn't make any sense at all. I don't care what anybody says you got to be able to accept that. You can't win person gives you a recommendation or person gives you a name to take a look at you can't be jibbidy Jabber. He can't live. And then you go higher do Kentucky somewhere to has no idea about the landscape by with you can't do that. Well, I think that you said it yesterday key. When when the question of if all of a sudden, you snap your fingers in clay Helton was a free agent head coach where would his next stop? He and you said ball steak fine institution. Okay. Fine. Yeah. But ball state is not a premier college football program. That's not premier any. David letterman. I know you weren't. But my point is is that it's ball state. The answer wasn't. I'll tell you Hiram, right Michigan. I'll tell you who to hire him Oklahoma or Clemson or Alabama or Georgia or Florida state or. Restaurant because because he's not there yet. He's not he's not looked at as one of the premier coaches in college football, although he's at one of the top premier programs if this was a national championship year, and he was coming off of that. And you asked me that same question. Did I have said to you? Oh, he can go to Michigan. He didn't go to state. If that's not the case. Nobody's going to take a guy that people basically are seeing as a journeyman head coach in higher him in a top tier power five fits, and I'm gonna do the comparison..

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"premier college" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on The MLB Show

"The ball for five hundred feet anyway. So in that sense, I think the are better positioned because the Red Sox have a good offense to, but actually the second least homerun reliant, offensive any surviving playoff team after the Braves. So I think the better set up in that way, but probably the bullpen is the bigger and more obvious edge here and before remove. On, I would be remiss if I didn't mention that Luke void is of product of the state of Missouri's premier college baseball, Missouri state bears inside joke. Conversation about Missouri college baseball. I don't know. You probably wouldn't have been remiss not to mention that you've walked right in Missouri state. Also a school bid knows the thing or two about big beefy sluggers with Ryan Howard Canada among major league alumni, and Jake burger nominative determinist the the White Sox prospect, so they grow in big in the show missing? Yes. So you mentioned the bullpen. I think that's going to be a big differentiating factor, perhaps the big differentiating factor. Yeah. And we talked about it on our first podcast after the trade deadline, I think we were all sorta surprised that the Red Sox had not made a bullpen move. The Anki is did of course they went out and got Zach Britain, even though they needed another Bopha are less than the Red Sox probably did. And yeah, I think that is the big edge here in you could say that maybe Red Sox need the bullpen a little less than the Yankees. Maybe they have a stronger rotation, but I mean, we're already tired of talking about it. I think we're top. Heavy rotation. I don't know if they're stronger one through four perhaps not, but it's a problem. I mean, they just don't have that many guys that you can bring out and have that kind of confidence in because they're just throwing flames and have nasty breaking balls. I mean, they have good relievers there. There aren't really truly terrible bullpens in this playoff field, but they're definitely weaknesses there. Whereas the Anki is no matter what inning it is. They can bring out someone who's going to give you a lot of competence confidence in. It's basically a late inning armour setup. Men or potential closer has been closer before you basically go five, six arms deep in that pen and you don't in Boston's. The bullpen I think is is probably the area where one team has the biggest advantage over the other when you go from Yankees to Red Sox. But if you wanna talk about things that this series might hinge on, I think you have to start with Chris sale. What do you expect from him? It's hard to know because he's been fluctuating a lot and. Obviously he was on the DL twice in the second half with shoulder problems and would come back and pitch. Okay. And then go back on the deal. And it wasn't clear how much of that was just resting him and getting him ready. But clearly there was some problem there. And then of course, in his most recent start, his Flosse was significantly down and that's always worrisome and yeah, down a lot and not just in that last start but across the entire month of September when looked it up on Brooks baseball, though results in September were pretty good. It's three seventy five yards with eighteen strikeouts in twelve innings, but only twelve innings pitched and straighten the average fastball velocities down from ninety six to ninety seven in the middle of the season too little to shade under ninety three and September, and almost as important that change up differential from fat or that philosophy differential from fastball changeup sound from about ten miles an hour to less than seven, and that could be a big problem. Yeah..

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"premier college" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Them on the business in biceps podcast with Cory Gregory and John Fosko. He runs the red zone, a mental health and drug recovery agency. MAURICE chlorate. Pretty cool intro. Hey, I appreciate you MAURICE and I, I don't wanna take much your time here at loved the dig rate him because you have one of the most fascinating stories in the history of football, and I think your story does a lot of motivating and inspiring people about overcoming adversity and stuff like that. So let's get into it. You go to state you're being talked about is the greatest running back on earth. Is that some of the most precious times you've ever had in your entire life. One most precious. I would say yes, very notable. I think four for any kid, you know, when you when you playing football ultimately, you know go to a premier college in half success. You know, I think is is is a gold at that a lot of young guys have and that winter and to, you know, just teammates that were made practice. Our had memories, even though they were short lived. Those things were those things were better than great. They're fantastic and to accomplish so much in high school and then immediately go to college in our ten thirteen month span to accomplish. You know what we did in college. You know, I wouldn't trade memories four for the world. And you know those things happened back in two thousand two and three and still to this day on a matter where I'm at around the country, we were, I'm able to steal talk about those at least oppression to people that are lasting. Buckeyes fans love you for what you did for them with that being said to thirty thirty thirty thirty came out about you, and it seemed as if the AD wasn't the biggest fan of MAURICE claret or he wasn't the biggest fan of possibly the situations that were happening. Is there bad blood there between you own Ohio State? Or if bygones be bygones since then. For the story they made it. You know, for the national story came off, like, you know, I had a problem with a house state what it was actually just me in a in a tiff between Nath lake director. And at the time you take everything context context, you know, you know, he may have felt like he's got slighted for me. You had two big egos that were basically going against each other and you didn't culture, you know power and you do what race, you know, I'm inner city black kid who comes and makes his big splash on TV, and then I'm just being totally irresponsible, my power, and then you have him who who's not going to push around our disrespected by this kid who thinks he owes the university. And so I think if we we both had a chance to do over again that we will do it are we would do it in kind of a where it was, but you know me, you know how state we've never directly had problems though, is just a disagreement. Away of how do things at eighteen, but you know, eighteen years old and I'm pretty sure if you taking eighteen year old and you give him a tremendous amount of power in tremendous amount of a just leveraged oversee. We have more people saying, yes, rather than no, that that that they make the same station. So everything is between me and Ohio State now I don't make it down as much as I would like to be, you know, just a distance from universities about forty minutes from our thirty or forty minutes from my house, but usually make it to a couple of games a season..

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"premier college" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Them on the business in biceps podcast with Cory Gregory and John Fosko. He runs the red zone, a mental health and drug recovery agency. MAURICE chlorate. Pretty cool intro. Hey, I appreciate you MAURICE and I, I don't wanna take much your time here at loved the dig rate him because you have one of the most fascinating stories in the history of football, and I think your story does a lot of motivating and inspiring people about overcoming adversity and stuff like that. So let's get into it. You go to state you're being talked about is the greatest running back on earth. Is that some of the most precious times you've ever had in your entire life. One most precious. I would say yes, very notable. I think four for any kid, you know, when you when you playing football ultimately, you know go to a premier college in half success. You know, I think is is is a gold at that a lot of young guys have and that winter and to, you know, just teammates that were made practice. Our had memories, even though they were short lived. Those things were those things were better than great. They're fantastic and to accomplish so much in high school and then immediately go to college in our ten thirteen month span to accomplish. You know what we did in college. You know, I wouldn't trade memories four for the world. And you know those things happened back in two thousand two and three and still to this day on a matter where I'm at around the country, we were, I'm able to steal talk about those at least oppression to people that are lasting. Buckeyes fans love you for what you did for them with that being said to thirty thirty thirty thirty came out about you, and it seemed as if the AD wasn't the biggest fan of MAURICE claret or he wasn't the biggest fan of possibly the situations that were happening. Is there bad blood there between you own Ohio State? Or if bygones be bygones since then. For the story they made it. You know, for the national story came off, like, you know, I had a problem with a house state what it was actually just me in a in a tiff between Nath lake director. And at the time you take everything context context, you know, you know, he may have felt like he's got slighted for me. You had two big egos that were basically going against each other and you didn't culture, you know power and you do what race, you know, I'm inner city black kid who comes and makes his big splash on TV, and then I'm just being totally irresponsible, my power, and then you have him who who's not going to push around our disrespected by this kid who thinks he owes the university. And so I think if we we both had a chance to do over again that we will do it are we would do it in kind of a where it was, but you know me, you know how state we've never directly had problems though, is just a disagreement. Away of how do things at eighteen, but you know, eighteen years old and I'm pretty sure if you taking eighteen year old and you give him a tremendous amount of power in tremendous amount of a just leveraged oversee. We have more people saying, yes, rather than no, that that that they make the same station. So everything is between me and Ohio State now I don't make it down as much as I would like to be, you know, just a distance from universities about forty minutes from our thirty or forty minutes from my house, but usually make it to a couple of games a season..

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"premier college" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"This is my point and I'm not talking about you specifically, but just when I hear that when I hear, hey, look, we're not Alabama. You used to be. The idea that SEC conceding something to somebody in college football, it just doesn't make sense to me. There's there's no reason that that an SC football team should have a well. We can't do it. Alabama does. We can't do it Ohio State. Why not? I mean, you know, you can't do it before, but football's changed. Now football has changed tremendously. You go down and you look at Alabama's too deep upfront. Yeah, I want those guys getting off the bus. I yeah, and USC kept that used to be a see. This is my point, Kirk, as I understand. It's change. Yeah, that's why I think that as c. has an issue because they're not getting those guys. They're not able to have that depth that Alabama that Ohio State has that they're more like an. They're more like Arizona state than they are like Alabama and SC should never be more like Arizona state than they are like, Alabama, it's USC, it's it's the premier college football program west of the Mississippi River. There's no one else that's even close and I don't care if it's Notre Dame or Alabama LSU. Or how state USC should never take a backseat to anybody and, and when it's like, well, we can't do it like Alabama house. It's like, okay, so you're, you're willingly conceding your real estate to these top teams. You wanna move into the tier that's with organ and ASU and Washington, I mean, okay, that's fine. But used to live in a different neighborhood. You've you've moved out, but that was the knock that we had. So you know, we have a college football seminar ESPN college football seminar, and I will sit in down. One of my colleagues marks Marcus spears does not college football. Live is on all of the game day shows when they SEC network. And he asks me, why can't the west coast recruit Big Ben anymore..

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"premier college" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on Open Floor

"If you're looking at the like upper echelon of guys, there is an intangible quality there that Devon Booker does seem to have, and we could be wrong. And this could like we could regret a lot of the hype surrounding him, but it's just something that that to me makes guards more interesting because it's harder to project because like DeAngelis Russell was another guy who seemed to have that intangible quality, and then his game has just been a mess for the last three years. So you never really know. Yeah, I think you're onto something with the ability to create a shot. I mean, I do think that you know. A big things that fellow players value and that you know certain kinds of commentators will value as well. Booker definitely has that he's much more comfortable on the ball Wiggins. It's much more of a sledgehammer approach downhill trying to get to the free throw line. And I think there's just a clear preference for the Booker style versus the Wigan style. I also think one other thing to mention, I mean, the Kentucky mafia and the NBA is different than the Kansas mafia. Right? I mean, like the Kansas Mavi like there's a lot of MB player. NBA players who went to Kansas. I think Cody mentioned, you know their premier college programs like that's true, but I think the Kentucky alert, I mean, the number of all stars, the coach, Calipari effect. I think those guys are just on a different level of kind of cachet. Then anyone really maybe besides what Duke and North Carolina. I, I think those are kind of the three biggest programs right in the NBA. And I think that makes a difference to here. Right? Like weakest doesn't have like a big blue nation of apologised, like ready to Cape for him at a moment's notice. Whereas Booker definitely does. What when you talk about kids, I still amazed that they avoided any kind of scrutiny in the Dida scandal because I'm pretty sure kids isn't a Dida school, and I know like every year they they win sketchy recruiting battles in like March and April, and somehow they just skated through all of the uproar over the last twelve months, which is, I'm glad they're paying players. It's good for them, but that's, that's my only thought on Kansas. And they've also like Kansas is a premier college program, but they've had like more than their share of busts in the lottery over the last ten or fifteen years as well. I would not go first of all for Bill self. If I were like a premier NBA process. Act. First of all, you meant to say, allegedly satellites. All of this is a legend. It's all issue. Sharp reporting, the internal dynamics of the recruiting battle look at, you know, look, if you follow this stuff, you're like, oh, so where's he going to go? And then every April some kid ends up at Kansas. The worst list. It was like Florida state versus Kansas come on bro. While he was he was considering Wichita state to, you know, cope brothers you because I think his brother was playing there. So Kansas was definitely preferable to Wichita state, but moving on sticky with the Andrew Wiggins class of players, faiths as should we continue to invest in players like Karl Anthony, towns, Dangelo, Russell, Jalil, Okeafor miles Turner, Emmanuel, moody, and Kristaps. Porzingis Kristaps is on that list because as Ben always says, availability is the best ability. But in general, what is the proper time period to expect a player to at least start showing signs of greatness? Do you have any thoughts there been this group of players? No disrespect faith. I mean, we're kind of all over the map here. I mean guy like towns already an all star averaging twenty ten guy like. Okafor is lucky to be in the NBA. Right? So. And moody. I mean same deal. I pretty much have given up on him. I think the best way to put it is this when they come in as rookies if they're getting real playing time, are they able to show what they do? Well, right. Like whatever they're calling card was coming into the NBA like were you a low post score or were you one on one playmaker or were you high volume shop locker? Like whatever it is that you do? Well, there should be evidence of that skill early on, right? Because you're you're gonna do when you improve from like age? Twenty to twenty five is you're gonna start to fill in the whole of your game..

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"premier college" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"It's on espn two let's get to john beland yeah through the pistons let's talk about it does this actually have a chance do you think this actually has a chance of happening i think it really has a chance because detroit i mean they're they're trying to figure out and they've interviewed all these different people my question to you and i think the shocking development of the whole piston situation obviously svg's out and they got a whole new regime coming in but if there was going to be a time if you had told like you were saying the four year rule of four years ago like the same with o'brien if you'd said four years ago the detroit pistons are looking for a head coach they're trying to go someone in college to mold some young guys and sort of build from within in michigan every single person in the world would say tom is the guy right i mean that this'll be the time for is to make that jump you know the fact that he was in talks to you know after blackout fire to be the coach of cleveland just shows the respect he had at one point to make the jump to the nba so i i'm really shocked that the pistons like i think bill beeline is become the guy in michigan now like he is the premier college basketball coach at the moment for whatever reason after what he did with his final four run in the past couple of years and it seems like izzo is a little bit tainted at the moment so i'm just shocked that is not the name that's out there if they want to go to a college coach i'm surprised as beeline beeline obviously has a great resume we saw him in person here in los angeles i think he's a good coach i can't really see him making the jump to the pistons to deal with you know blake griffin andre job that's not really a team i'm guessing they're going to cut ties with a bunch of those guys and make some trades to go young but just just to walk into the.

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"premier college" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Backs in college football right now yeah the you know sometimes we'll click on stuff like that and i i'm i'm gonna say as guilty of it but i just think it just it it's very appealing at this time and i'm glad it's worked out the way it has all right so we've to to wrap up we've already thrown a couple of promo codes out you today for citizen razors but i got one more for you for premier college football writing and not just college football you get access to the whole athletic this is the best deal going right now if you go to the athletic dot com slash all american expansion like get it like conference expansion all american expansion forty percent off the first year bruce that is two ninety nine a month think about that two ninety nine a month for our double digit now growing roster college football writers but also seth davis and his great college basketball writing staff ken rosenthal jayson stark all those warriors writers you talked about whatever city you're listening to us in right now check and see we've probably at this point have if there's a pro sports team in that market we probably have somebody covering it will very soon so all athletic dot com slash all american expansion two ninety nine a month and i'd say can't wait to get started but i think you already did you already have your first thing out i do yeah and again it just kind of goes back to look in and see the people who you have you know already had you know even though he's not checking on your headcount bryan hamilton i was like you know the work he does whatever he does is tremendous but then just seeing while you got some numbers to go while you got earn suttles you're going to get david david ogden to to cover college football you know it it was it was just a lot of people beyond just you know my you know me having my less you know personal favourite like john walters you know on his voice on over the weekends but it's really the people who are who you need to read i mean if you're an alabama fan you need to read iran if you're a georgia phang certainly need to read seth i mean these are.

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"premier college" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It's two ten to suggest wtn jason blair debbie with us are at i guess a semi pg thirteen warning at indefinitely an effector warning over the about this next story air cosette smile it is it's it's an interesting story but there there is an x factor there is oregon state university baseball is big at oregon state college baseball baseball players are against state or of treated like star basketball players and star football players will be treated other universities it is a very big deal the star pitcher on the oregon state basketball baseball team is a guy named luke heimlich the heimlich maneuver he's twenty two years old last year his pitches were nearly unhittable he had an earned run average of about zero point seven six and your major league baseball if you've got an earned run average under three meaning that for every nine innings you give up you know three or lesser runs that's that's very very good his earned run average was point seven six this year he's eleven and won eleven wins one loss is earned run averages around three point zero but but still he he's a star star pitcher and you would think under normal circumstances is also throws lefthanded he would have a great future in major league baseball last year he declared himself eligible for the draft and no major league baseball team took it no major league baseball team took him despite the fact that he's got an earned run average last year of zero point seven six pitching for you know one of the premier college baseball program in the country and in the question became will what's going on here well it turns out that this this actually wasn't known to the public except through a little quirk that i'll tell you about in a minute but back when heimlich now he's twenty two back when he was fifteen he's he's from seattle he molested his sixyearold needs this is where you get the x factor apparently what happened is the two of them were alone together in a room and without going into too much detail he pulled her underwear down and then began touching her the etc she told him to stop but he wouldn't.

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"premier college" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I know wells yeah do you have to you i love mugabe's look i mitch broaded out mm the second annual askyb all the afraid classic is a premier college basketball showcase her run across sri staples center you're going to have a five pm on this friday you'll have st john's going up against number sixteen arizona state university that 730 oklahoma taken on number 25 you as see it at ten your nightcap will be number twenty tcu going up against number 22 nevada's so again things are available staples center box office or take take a galaxy if you de more information go check out hoop hallcom somebody will be in the building with his team st john's is mitch richmond hall of famer champion here with us and mitch that we gotta keep it lowkey or talk about these young guys lakers obviously lonzo ball was the biggest conversation over the last four or five months when he was finish in college and rewards during the draft uh you know season i don't know if you've got a chance that you've been coaching have you had a chance really see him at every once the wall are tuning in but you know you so you get so involved with the college game but i always try to keep potato be in the know of what's going on with the nba you can even add in your time if you see him last year ucla gently as well what are your thoughts on him as just kinda where he is now in then maybe the hope around have used you've been in a row within with all of what the nba college for thirty years is as someone else who compare with like the buzz in the aura surrounding him.

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"premier college" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on College Football Live

"I donald john lewis got big is especially in this case in particular this is probably one of willy tigers dream jobs a uk prayers this opportunity of now people will bring up the fact that he had participated in a ball games but those were opportunities for him the level love for him the move up to another program given more responsibility and goal be in a position where he thinks is leading his career as a head coach and skills me so when you think about what willie tigrett has done every step has been a move up and the thing is when you look at it from a dispassionate level in other words not your rowley with arcane one time in i'm wearing my oregon colors and madda you if you step away from that look at it from a big picture standpoint from a human level what a great opportunity for him historic back to his home state he is one of the the three really premier opportunities that are in that home state miami florida florida state are the best and all of a sudden it opens up and would oregon fans have felt better if you've been there two years or three years on a human level i think it's okay to be sad for our program right now but happy for the man that his dreams are coming true absolutely and you get the coach in the acc which is a premier conference in college football with an opportunity to play in a college football playoff and have an opportunity to play against clemson it's a mother great programs and condom measure yourself against those guys who were thought of as premier college football coaches in the country at florida state we all know this there will be opportunities for you to be prime time in huge gains and willie tagar may just be a programme away from ascendant himself into that type of conversation with somebody competition nestle on the schedule and some of the gains that'll be premier games when we saw him on here espn i love the level up reference mark infant bottom line you cannot control when your dream john is going to open up obviously we know that he has been good for oregon and will likely be unpaid.

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"premier college" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"premier college" Discussed on WJR 760

"A very important region 2017 induction ceremony into the michigan sports hall of fame this is the mitch albom joe niches red carpeting worse now he is on his way in and that we couldn't be prouder of young mitchell album we continue our conversation one of the great spartans of all time on the great wide receivers you will ever see mr andrei rise it right now back to my story without saying whether it was a social media around but andrei dirty two seasons it was soon specific games where will see michael social media i'm talking about the two guys will florida state your junior and senior students eu yet the are it here and you got what passed off between the two camps i will say back and forth and it seemed like a social media think will it the paper you don't allow grated the are that they would they be there was this big class that will begin at a social media and how athlete would in record each other via i would say that that was a great time and a great era when trash talking was like a real prevalent vivo people did mine that that the locker room the chalkboard taught you know so and trash talk was a skill was it added and yet no what you're doing great and that's what i'm saying you know a lot of a lot of guys we took confidence to another level and i think some people took this you know they'll go through gaza arrogant in order to prop nieto what's again the french with chain s but as the sanders it as you'd owed prime tabs that is an artery bad mon and so they are you gonna give fireworks and i was trying to i was trying to help michigan state you know become wanted a premier college institutions you know programs across the country we beat you sc we beat them twice in one season probably only team ever do that i could be wrong but you know we played the notre dame who played ohio state played michigan's played arizona states and in overtime to the bone up in the ranks near conflict of state would a ton of talent all those guys at monitored by us i work out abroad.

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