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"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Anything else that looks better suited to two four Ground than than him. he's he's improving allows eye-catching before just not quite as we discussed. In the preview event triumph infertile is indeed a championship race. Rachel block more henry. Debrum head chieveley park back in the winner's enclosure from what i thought was a really fantastic ride from tomsk tomorrow but also a brilliant performance from david pipe and attacks you on a very emotional week for them and Our sympathies to them and nikki broke the news. Actually johnson isam on on air. And you could see jonathan. Jonathan nearly fell back when you told them but quick ceus was absolutely outstanding outstanding because he was given such a brilliant ride by richard moore. But he's victory almost summed up the week way better than these. I think the way way better. I think he's a who is a is a genuine champion huddle contender for next year. I know it's hard for four come fire bureaus. But he's unusually in a couple of respects. I while three respects and then he moved yards away before. And but a couple more respects. Insofar as i am not very experienced for for of his age secondly produced. What was fantastic in all couple of furlongs to win this race normally the triumph is just an attritional race. Where the winner is the holiest Has down the least quickly. But in in this case i think we've got to host. Who would have no problem tackling two miles on the coast. I think he should. It'd be campaign is the champion idols. I don't know whether he will be. But i think that's the way they should go goes to the same yard has co bowling and has the certain honeysuckle so trying to keep those acis apart is going to be difficult if indeed they want to. They might just run them all. But i think if you take out where he's trained. I think he's always you should be campaign is a as a champion. It'll he's just wait than the other way way better as a very likable david pipes done a great job with but other than that i think they were. They were A bunch of probably best suited to other things down the lines on here was an obvious disappointment with tongue in for the first time after layoff didn't order very well. He didn't seem to drop his head and sort of race. The way you'd want him to. And the host who finished third willie mullins is obviously massive future but it ever running one race of any description in my life. Yeah i i think the wind is. The wind was first daylight with second in what to watch rather a dull race. It was a superb right from rachel. There's no question about that. I agree with you about his prospects of being a potential champion. Hurdler why not give it a go. Particularly given the right that.

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"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"To be fair. He looked straightforward on the day. Jamie as i was going nuts roaring the told you danny that this was going to be your child them that this was going to be the time he'd win delighted for them but also his style of running brought me back to limestone lad. Made me think do we have Another limestone ladder hands. But one that actually one sarah's ertl when lympstone came up so agonizingly shore. What was your impression of his run and and the races a whole jamie delights if it danny pot one united likey. He might pick up a spanner in the morning but it functional will the incredible hogwash. He's putting on this date so it's hard what allows Opposition to pick up that spare in and did absolutely everything right on them not. He had much choice at times. But to nick's point kept a bit weather is than and was was that sport in every every inch of the way and yeah absolutely covered. The sectionals point why incredible efforts to keep going from the front line that an rather than live with the point. The only other thing cool out is them. I saw the rights. Pacey paul was right the full. That's rock solid beacon. Edge was an interesting ones may travel Around and would be ideally entry hurdle winner between four if you know they will but there's a week enough rice now and Anything else that looks better suited to two four Ground than than him. he's he's improving allows eye-catching before just not quite as we discussed. In the preview event triumph infertile is indeed a championship race. Rachel block more henry. Debrum head chieveley park back.

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"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Not i suppose. The top performance came day one and the champion hurdle the uni bet champion hurdle before the sponsors comes running after me with an ax honeysuckle and rachel block. More get back to back. Cheltenham festival wins another brilliant performance from henry de bromhead at cheltenham would last year's form kind of holding up sharjah. The runner up last year was second again. And the winner of last year's race epa ton with our new jockey. Aidan coleman finishing third. Nick what was your overall impression of of this year's champion your reaction as i watched was. I'm pretty sure it was is. The director came to you and said nick iran. I'm pretty sure you use went. Wow that's that kind of summed it up for all of us. I probably got a bit carried away in all honesty. But we do. Occasionally we do occasionally get a bit carried away and i. It was a completely genuine emotion. I wasn't trying to compensate dirty. Was i genuinely was blown away by so i tried to work out. Why subsequently i made some cloud landed comments that would probably verging toward hyperbole. And i think it's because of the way she finished her race off the way the the way in which she rounded the final almost on rails honeysuckle jumped the loss and then scampered up the running. And i left the impression of a performance of of of of otter total dominance on. I was staggered. By how well. She finished off the race now. Subsequent section now. The ray suggests that the reason for that was that they'd slowed the pace down. Because gordon was being a head banger. In the middle of the race they. The pace of the race had slackened significantly and really at turned into a test of speed and she was able to win like she was because as she was in grateful be. She's very very good. See she's got more than people thought she had. Indeed she was tactically. Well positioned biracial blackmore. But the the image the impression of scampering away from shahjahan episodes in a really good time the hill really good finishing split Just was just made me feel good and before you start talking about ratings and allowances where it sits in the pantheon ultime champion other. When is it just made me feel good. And i didn't think at that point they would be many. If any performance during the week to to eclipse i in terms of dominance and quality. How wrong i was well. I completely.

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"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:14 min | 6 months ago

"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Question that's been asked to ask you as a broadcaster who has been to pretty much every major events in the world. And you've anchorage a loss of mainstream on terrestrial television in america but also you've covered pretty much every cheltenham festival in your career. What was it like would know crowd. Well we had had a year. I suppose of getting used to that crowd and even some pretty big events but it was right up there as very strange indeed because i think the restrictions of tightened here in the last couple of months before or they get loosened again restrictions tighter for children than perhaps they'd ever seen it at any major fixture at certain types it than they were at the breeders cup ties than it looked in in the middle east and an in australia so it was really odd him because cheltenham more than any other event is so contingent on on the crowds and provide atmosphere. It really was a an odd not experienced but by midway through the first after noon. I'd almost forgotten at one point. The crowd that i mean if you will if you're broke cussing racing. Cd audience as distinct from it audience. Perhaps you could say that. The crowd isn't as isn't as important. Because you're not going to be putting quite as much of that into the so Yeah bye-bye halfway through day one. My mind had been taken off it. But then there were moments that punctuated the week. Where you were. You reminded of quite stock again but still the the quality of this boat was outstanding when they ride the record books. They don't want to write the asterisk. That was crowd so it didn't seem to take the gloss off too much for henry bra. Gb buck and certainly an operational. Absolutely not i suppose. The top performance came day one and the champion hurdle the uni bet champion hurdle before the sponsors comes running after me with an ax honeysuckle and rachel block. More get back to back. Cheltenham festival wins another brilliant performance from henry de bromhead at cheltenham would last year's form kind of holding up sharjah. The runner up last year was second again. And the winner of last year's race epa ton with our new jockey. Aidan coleman finishing third. Nick what was your overall impression of of this year's champion your reaction as i watched was. I'm pretty sure it was is. The director came to you and said nick iran. I'm pretty sure you use went. Wow that's that kind of summed it up for all of us. I probably got a bit carried away in all honesty. But we do. Occasionally we do occasionally get a bit carried away and i. It was a completely genuine emotion. I wasn't trying to compensate dirty. Was i genuinely was blown away by so i tried to work out. Why subsequently i made some cloud landed comments that would probably verging toward hyperbole. And i think it's because of the way she finished her race off the way the the way in which she rounded the final almost on rails honeysuckle jumped the loss and then scampered up the running. And i left the impression of a performance of of of of otter total dominance on. I was staggered. By how well. She finished off the race now. Subsequent section now. The ray suggests that the reason for that was that they'd slowed the pace down. Because gordon was being a head banger. In the middle of the race they. The pace of the race had slackened significantly and really at turned into a test of speed and she was able to win like she was because as she was in grateful be. She's very very good. See she's got more than people thought she had. Indeed she was tactically. Well positioned biracial blackmore. But the the image the impression of scampering away from shahjahan episodes in a really good time the hill really good finishing split Just was just made me feel good and before you start talking about ratings and allowances where it sits in the pantheon ultime champion other. When is it just made me feel good. And i didn't think at that point they would be many. If any performance during the week to to eclipse i in terms of dominance and quality. How wrong i was

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Honeysuckle the Perfect Champion at Cheltenham Festival 2021

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:14 min | 6 months ago

Honeysuckle the Perfect Champion at Cheltenham Festival 2021

"Question that's been asked to ask you as a broadcaster who has been to pretty much every major events in the world. And you've anchorage a loss of mainstream on terrestrial television in america but also you've covered pretty much every cheltenham festival in your career. What was it like would know crowd. Well we had had a year. I suppose of getting used to that crowd and even some pretty big events but it was right up there as very strange indeed because i think the restrictions of tightened here in the last couple of months before or they get loosened again restrictions tighter for children than perhaps they'd ever seen it at any major fixture at certain types it than they were at the breeders cup ties than it looked in in the middle east and an in australia so it was really odd him because cheltenham more than any other event is so contingent on on the crowds and provide atmosphere. It really was a an odd not experienced but by midway through the first after noon. I'd almost forgotten at one point. The crowd that i mean if you will if you're broke cussing racing. Cd audience as distinct from it audience. Perhaps you could say that. The crowd isn't as isn't as important. Because you're not going to be putting quite as much of that into the so Yeah bye-bye halfway through day one. My mind had been taken off it. But then there were moments that punctuated the week. Where you were. You reminded of quite stock again but still the the quality of this boat was outstanding when they ride the record books. They don't want to write the asterisk. That was crowd so it didn't seem to take the gloss off too much for henry bra. Gb buck and certainly an operational. Absolutely not i suppose. The top performance came day one and the champion hurdle the uni bet champion hurdle before the sponsors comes running after me with an ax honeysuckle and rachel block. More get back to back. Cheltenham festival wins another brilliant performance from henry de bromhead at cheltenham would last year's form kind of holding up sharjah. The runner up last year was second again. And the winner of last year's race epa ton with our new jockey. Aidan coleman finishing third. Nick what was your overall impression of of this year's champion your reaction as i watched was. I'm pretty sure it was is. The director came to you and said nick iran. I'm pretty sure you use went. Wow that's that kind of summed it up for all of us. I probably got a bit carried away in all honesty. But we do. Occasionally we do occasionally get a bit carried away and i. It was a completely genuine emotion. I wasn't trying to compensate dirty. Was i genuinely was blown away by so i tried to work out. Why subsequently i made some cloud landed comments that would probably verging toward hyperbole. And i think it's because of the way she finished her race off the way the the way in which she rounded the final almost on rails honeysuckle jumped the loss and then scampered up the running. And i left the impression of a performance of of of of otter total dominance on. I was staggered. By how well. She finished off the race now. Subsequent section now. The ray suggests that the reason for that was that they'd slowed the pace down. Because gordon was being a head banger. In the middle of the race they. The pace of the race had slackened significantly and really at turned into a test of speed and she was able to win like she was because as she was in grateful be. She's very very good. See she's got more than people thought she had. Indeed she was tactically. Well positioned biracial blackmore. But the the image the impression of scampering away from shahjahan episodes in a really good time the hill really good finishing split Just was just made me feel good and before you start talking about ratings and allowances where it sits in the pantheon ultime champion other. When is it just made me feel good. And i didn't think at that point they would be many. If any performance during the week to to eclipse i in terms of dominance and quality. How wrong i was

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"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"rachel block" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Lightning slightly disappointing equality on offer Unopposed wants to say more about this. May but thought bruce almost one by default by who influences kidding with nationalism but without about fly almost started going to need this Carrying it find more than last year to a army disappointing. Last couple starts. I thought loops there for the for the likely favorites. So will also and this is the worst that you like. The same as maple. You're you've strongly fancy borough for the grand national and have been doing some anti post betting there may very well be a few dockets hidden in different areas. That will then have to try and figure out. Wait where those dockets afterwards when he goes to glorious victory In in april. I seriously i really funds this source to win the grand national and this is the perfect prep. It's a it's a proper it's a proper grand national forum for william owns this time. Those prosekey not sleep for the next to the one negative i lost. You was the fact that is only seven so obviously easy old now. So i've been slightly. I must have missed about them for the national. Before we run this season i was slightly disappointed. With mccall melby salty totally blew up a coca laurent. Time off released Needle on nine again last time and in the galway Got the ground. looked up. see atrocious that they so. I don't think it's a bad thing. If casey with being looked after this chance gone by rachel block mall would hope that they That's off again on saturday. I'd look at it and pulled down in buckle bode as release fields full apart. So matzo think he's gonna win the garden Needs to be bouncing bucket although do think about his full monty. Think slightly vesa grounds. So see he handles that. Are they going to be anything. Tests on south. Unless i'm so should really be no real excuses. funds of albums Probably wanna see acapella bourgeois. I'll go well from the fronts. And i'll think ideally yields hope for the saints into the race for the was possible. Ill sekouba win..

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"rachel block" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"rachel block" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Abroad Rachel block but at the Wall Street journal health football sidelines are changing the transformation of the American family deepens over the past decade as an increasingly diverse array of arrangements replace the married with children paradigm for example marriages playing a smaller role within families as more people delay tying the knot live together without marrying or get divorced what does this mean for say marketing purposes we're joined now by Ellen Byron reporter at the Wall Street journal to go in depth on this Ellen set this up past decade we saw these transformations of the American family structure really deep and so you might think of me more traditional American family being two parents married with children and that's really been replaced by a huge range of family type and so were seen demographers and product makers who look at how many different family types are now in the US and they're you know certainly tracking those changes and making changes to the marketing that they put out as well as the products they make I see reference even in your story like multi generational households where the grandparents might be living the hour or the college age kid may come back to to live too so which of these is the greatest change like you know you for same sex couples in there too I mean what was the biggest one there's so many that there actually isn't one of majority structure anymore which is pretty incredible so you know for example with some multi generational households so many more children are being raised in households with multiple generations under one roof in two thousand sixteen about twenty percent of the US population we've been a multi generational household and that's up from twelve percent in nineteen eighty this is a big leap in in in two decades for example there's all sorts of causes for that it fueled by increasing ethnic and racial diversity because more families are incorporating a cultural tradition of multi generational living we're also seeing the opioid crisis fuel this because more grandparents are serving as the primary caretakers of their grandchildren and then of course an aging population means more mid life parents are taking in their own parents but then but then we also see these other changes for example why don't children are moving back in with their parents and sold in two thousand nineteen this year almost one third of eighteen to thirty four year old and living in an apparent home and that's up from twenty eight percent in two thousand seven even though that doesn't feel like a giant leap in terms of percentage still represents millions of people who suddenly lives in the basement with their parents speak with Ellen Byron reporter at the Wall Street journal her pieces called how the definition of an American family has changed so explain a little more since represent earlier how companies are changing their playbooks here based on this info one of the most visible changes that was he is in marketing you're seeing so many more companies just represent more family type in their commercials and other outreach that they click to grab consumers attention and you seem more dads do laundry for example you're seeing you're seeing for example I spoke with key be home and they made sure that their floor plans are flexible enough to accommodate different family type Oklahoma might need to master bedrooms one on the main floor for an aging parent and then another on an upstairs for for that middle generation parent you also seen a lot of examination of packaging sizes a lot of food that bridge and and helpful product makers are realizing that they're not just catering to households with laughter children and to to parents and so you have more choices on store shelves then you used to when it comes to package sizes and a lot of them say we'll see more of that in the coming years that's interesting very good what else stood out they also instruction yeah I mean one of the one of the biggest changes has to do with how fewer children are being raised by married parents so in two thousand seventeen one in four parents who lived with the child was on Mary that's up from one in ten in nineteen sixty eight why so that in and of itself really shows how the structure of the American family is far more varied than it was in the nineteen sixties and that that leave it to beaver model that companies have used to approach consumers with marketing and also what we've seen in entertainment has really changed quickly and just simply not how so many American households are set up today so Ellen Byron reporter at the Wall Street journal it's thirteen minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next how many people admit being stressed about politics what are they canceling or not renewing your assurance call us straight insurance the biggest and the best call one eight eight eight five one one seventy seven twenty two or visit a stray a 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"rachel block" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"rachel block" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Pronounced over the past decade will go in depth in just a moment looking back at the last decade a list of five failures among the new our personal financial trends getting money advice from a video app like to talk and the new faces of spirit on the sidelines of college football at schools like Notre Dame starting actually in the late nineties early two thousands there was the first African American male leprechaun many Mike brown and and then this year we have the second African American male leprechaun the first woman and actually there's three of them and the third is the first Irish born abroad Rachel block but at the Wall Street journal health football sidelines are changing the transformation of the American family deepens over the past decade as an increasingly diverse array of arrangements replace the married with children paradigm for example marriages playing a smaller role within families as more people delay tying the knot live together without marrying or get divorced what does this mean for say marketing purposes we're joined now by Ellen Byron reporter at the Wall Street journal to go in depth on this Ellen set this up past decade we saw these transformations of the American family structure really deep and so you might think of me more traditional American family being two parents married with children and that's really been replaced by a huge range of family type and so were seen demographers and product makers will look at how many different family types are now in the US and they're you know certainly tracking those changes and making changes to the marketing that they put out as well as the products they make well I see reference even in your story like multi generational households where the grandparents might be living the hour or the college age kid may come back to to live too so which of these is the greatest change like you know for same sex couples in there too I mean what was the biggest one there's so many that there actually isn't one of majority structure anymore which is pretty incredible so you know for example with some multi generational households so many more children are being raised in households with multiple generations under one roof in two thousand sixteen about twenty percent of the US population we've been a multi generational household and that's up from twelve percent in nineteen eighty this is a big leap in in in just two decades for example there's all sorts of causes for that it's fueled by increasing ethnic and racial diversity because more families are incorporating a cultural tradition of multi generational living we're also seeing the opioid crisis fuel this because more grandparents are serving as the primary caretakers of their grandchildren and then of course an aging population means more mid life parents are taking in their own parents but then but then we also see these other changes for example more adult children moving back in with their parents and so in two thousand nineteen this year almost one third of eighteen to thirty four year old and living in their parents home and that's up from twenty eight percent in two thousand seven even though that doesn't feel like a giant leap in terms of percentage still represents millions of people who suddenly lives in the basement with a parent speak with Ellen Byron reporter at the Wall Street journal her pieces called how the definition of an American family has changed so explain a little more since represent earlier how companies are changing their playbooks here based on this info one of the most visible changes that was he is in marketing you're seeing so many more companies just represent more family type in their commercials and other outreach that they like to grab consumers attention and you're seeing more dads do laundry for example you're seeing you're seeing for example I spoke with key be home and they made sure that their floor plans are flexible enough to accommodate different family type for example a homely need to master bedrooms one on the main floor for an aging parent and then another on an upstairs for for that middle generation parent you also seen a lot of examination of packaging sizes a lot of food that bridge and and helpful product makers are realizing that they're not just catering to households with black two children and two two parents and so you have more choices on store shelves then you used to when it comes to package sizes and a lot of them say we'll see more of that in the coming years that's interesting very good what else stood out they also instruction yeah I mean one of the one of the biggest changes has to do with how fewer children are being raised by married parents so in two thousand seventeen one in four parents who lived with the child was on Mary that's up from one in ten in nineteen sixty eight why so that in and of itself really shows how the structure of the American family is far more varied than it was in the nineteen sixties and that that leave it to beaver model that companies have used to approach consumers with marketing and also what we've seen in entertainment has really changed quickly and just simply not how so many American households are set up today so Ellen Byron reporter at the Wall Street journal it's thirteen minutes.

"rachel block" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"rachel block" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Getting money advice from a video app like to talk and the new faces of spirit on the sidelines of college football at schools like Notre Dame starting actually in the late nineties early two thousand there was the first African American male lebron many Mike brown and and then this year we have the second African American male leprechaun the first woman and actually there's three of them and the third is the first Irish born abroad Rachel block but at the Wall Street journal health football sidelines are changing the transformation of the American family deepens over the past decade as an increasingly diverse array of arrangements replace the married with children paradigm for example marriages playing a smaller role within families as more people delay tying the knot live together without marrying or get divorced what does this mean for say marketing purposes we're joined now by Ellen Byron reporter at the Wall Street journal to go in depth on this Ellen set this up past decade we saw these transformations of the American family structure really deep and so you might think of me more traditional American family being two parents married with children and that's really been replaced by a huge range of family type and so were seen demographers and product makers look at how many different family types are now in the US and they're you know certainly tracking those changes and making changes to the marketing that they put out as well as the products they make her see reference even in your story like multi generational households are over the parents might be living there were for the college age kid may come back to to live too so which of these is the greatest change like you know you for same sex couples in there too I mean what was the biggest one there's so many that there actually isn't one of majority structure anymore which is pretty incredible so you know for example with some multi generational households so many more children are being raised in households with multiple generations under one roof in two thousand sixteen about twenty percent of the US population we've been a multi generational household and that's up from twelve percent in nineteen eighty this is a big leap in in in two decades for example there's all sorts of causes for that it fueled by increasing ethnic and racial diversity because more families are incorporating it cultural tradition of multi generational living we're also seeing the opioid crisis fuel this because more grandparents are serving as the primary caretakers of their grandchildren and then of course the aging population means more mid life parents are taking in their own parents but then but then we also see these other changes for example we don't children are moving back in with their parents and so in two thousand nineteen this year almost one third of eighteen to thirty four year old and living in an apparent home and that's up from twenty eight percent in two thousand seven even though that doesn't feel like a giant leap in terms of percentage still represents millions of people who suddenly lives in the basement with their parents speak with Ellen Byron reporter at the Wall Street journal her pieces called how the definition of an American family has changed so explain a little more since represent earlier how companies are changing their playbooks here based on this info one of the most visible clean that was he is in marketing you're seeing so many more companies just represent more family type in their commercials and other outreach that they click to grab consumers attention and you seem more dads do laundry for example you're seeing you're seeing for example I spoke with key be home and they made sure that their floor plans are flexible enough to accommodate different family type for example a homely need to master bedroom one on the main floor for an aging parent and then another on an upstairs for for that middle generation parent you also seen a lot of examination of packaging sizes a lot of food that bridge and and helpful product makers are realizing that they're not just catering to households with lots of children and to to parents and so you have more choices on store shelves then you used to when it comes to package sizes and a lot of them say we'll see more of that in the coming years that's interesting very good what else stood out they also instruction yeah I mean a lot of good one of the biggest changes to deal with how fewer children are being raised by married parents still in two thousand seventeen one in four parents who lived with the child was on Mary that's up from one in person in nineteen sixty eight why so that in and of itself really shows how the structure of the American family is far more varied than it was in the nineteen sixties and that that leave it to beaver model that companies have used to approach consumers with marketing and also what we've seen in entertainment and really teams quickly and.

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"rachel block" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"rachel block" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In recent years long snapping in football has evolved from a task added to the duties of an offense of linemen to a specialized position that can earn a college scholarship or lucrative spot in the NFL with that rice in the steam have come a long snapping recruiting ratings camps and even advocates for an award more from this weekend's Jennifer kasinga in college football you've got the Heisman all Americans and awards for linemen what the heck is the manly award Rachel Bachmann of the Wall Street journal is written a piece about this new award for the long snapper and joins us now Rachel for those of us who don't know football what exactly is a long snapper well one trapper is the guy who stamps or passes through his legs the ball to the kicker or punter who then attempt to kick of course if it's a field goal attempts and he's coming into the holder who holds it in place and then the kicker attempt to kick in so it's a kind of an obscure position but a very critical one yeah why is it so important and and what you have to be good at to do it well you have to be very consistent for one thing if if your passes is offer your CPAP is off if you're feeling over a kicker punter's head and that is very bad that means the ball is loose and anything can happen including the other team scoring possibly so it's it is critical and consistency is really the key and Rachel we don't really know about this position unless a mistake is made as you alluded to yeah that is true and these guys are otherwise quite anonymous what is the man the award and who started it why won't remember what actually is starting up this season and its name for Patrick family who's a former long time long snapper for the Chicago Bears and the the founders include Chris Rubio who runs long snapping camps around the country and Kevin gold to the support agent and they really were trying to and and their view I think Phil avoided there before in a few years ago there was no word for the best long snapper even though there's an award for just about the the every other position in college football even you know into the best interior linemen the best linebacker on or not and so they really felt like these guys deserve some credit and so they're launching this award this year we're speaking with Rachel block in the Wall Street journal who's going to pick the possible candidates for the award well they're working on a selection committee and so it's possible that the organizers themselves will will start with the the other kind of a preliminary candidates and these these watchlists as they're called candidates are usually quite long so sometimes even dozens and dozens of players either with them as a student goes on and on because there's there's a game is played and there's performances that people can look at del bill went out on the list re tell your article talks about another award that was already in place for this call the David been a word what's that about that's right this award is named after David been of former San Diego Chargers long snapper who also played at cal Berkeley and it actually was not started by David bit himself it was started by a guy named Matt widely who is another long snapping coach and he does that Meyer David bin and really started this award last season on Twitter that was really it's only existence and it it just kind of caught fire among the long snapping community newspapers wrote about it about it colleges you know would would postings about whether players were on the watch list and so on and but but widely didn't tell anyone that he was the founder was just as Twitter account into even the winner of the David that award and Alice you long separately Blake first and didn't know who gave it to him so it was it was sort of a funny situation but but people expected this award like it was any other word and and Ferguson was quite happy with it school street journal sports reporter Rachel Bachmann with this weekend's Jennifer Christian go fourteen.

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"rachel block" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"rachel block" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"In recent years long snapping in football has evolved from a task added to the duties of an offense of linemen to a specialized position that can earn a college scholarship or lucrative spot in the NFL with that rice in the steam have come a long snapping recruiting ratings camps and even advocates for an award more from this weekend's Jennifer kasinga in college football you've got the Heisman all Americans and awards for linemen what the heck is the manly award Rachel Bachmann of the Wall Street journal is written a piece about this new award for the long snapper and joins us now Rachel for those of us who don't know football what exactly is a long snapper well one trapper is the guy who stamps or passes through his legs the ball to the kicker or punter who then attempt to kick of course if it's a field goal attempt and he's passing into the holder who holds it in place and then the kicker attempts to kick in so it's a kind of an obscure position but a very critical one yeah why is it so important and and what you have to be good at to do it well you have to be very consistent for one thing if if your passes is offer your CPAP is off if you're feeling over a kicker punter's head and that is very bad that means the ball is loose and anything can happen including the other team scoring possibly so it's it is critical and consistency is really the key in Rachel we don't really know about this position unless a mistake is made as you alluded to yeah that is true and these guys are otherwise quite anonymous what is the man the award and who started it why won't remember what actually is starting up this season and its name for Patrick family who's a former long time long snapper for the Chicago Bears and the the the founders include Chris Rubio who runs long snapping camps around the country and Kevin gold to the sports agent and they really were trying to and and their view I think Phil avoided there before in a few years ago there was no word for the best long snapper even others an award for just about the the every other position in college football even you know into the best interior linemen the best linebacker on and on so they really felt like these guys deserved some some credit and so they're launching this award this year we're speaking with Rachel block one of the Wall Street journal who's going to pick the possible candidates for the award well they're working on a selection committee and so it's possible that the organizers themselves will will start with the the other kind of the preliminary candidates and these these watchlists for call of candidates are usually quite long so sometimes even dozens and dozens of players either with that as the season goes on and obviously there's there's a game is played and there's performances that people can look at bill bill went out on the list re tell your article talks about another award that was already in place for this call the David been a word what's that about that's right this award is named after David been of former San Diego Chargers long snapper who also played at cal Berkeley and it actually was not started by David been himself it was started by a guy named Matt widely who is another long snapping coach and he does that Meyer David bin and really started this award last season on Twitter that was really it's only existence and it it just kind of caught fire among the long snapping community newspapers wrote about about it colleges you know would would postings about whether players were on the watch list and so on and but but widely didn't tell anyone that he was the founder was just as Twitter account into even the winner of the David that award and Alice you long separately Blake first and didn't know who gave it to him so it was in search of a sort of a funny situation but but people accepted this award like it was any other word and and Ferguson was quite happy with it school street journal sports reporter Rachel Bachmann with this weekend's Jennifer Christian go fourteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend let's consider the Secret Life of the innermost nesting doll living.

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"rachel block" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"rachel block" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In recent years long snapping in football has evolved from a task added to the duties of an offense of linemen to a specialized position that can earn a college scholarship or lucrative spot in the NFL with that rice in the steam of come long snapping recruiting ratings camps and even advocates for an award more from this weekend's Jennifer kasinga in college football you've got the Heisman all Americans and awards for linemen what the heck is the manly award Rachel Bachmann of the Wall Street journal is written a piece about this new award for the long snapper and joins us now Rachel for those of us who don't know football what exactly is a long snapper well one trapper is the guy who stabs or passes through his legs the ball to the kicker or punter within a temp to kick of course if it's a field goal attempts and he's coming into the holder who holds it in place and then the kicker attempts to kick in so it's a kind of an obscure position but a very critical one yeah why is it so important and and what you have to be good at to do it well you have to be very consistent for one thing if if your passes is offer your CPAP is off if you're feeling over a kicker punter's head and that is very bad that means the ball is loose and anything can happen including the other team scoring possibly so it's it is critical and consistency is really the key and Rachel we don't really know about this position unless a mistake is made as you alluded to yeah that is true and these guys are otherwise quite anonymous what is the man the award and who started it why won't remember what actually is starting up this season and its name for Patrick family who's a former long time long snapper for the Chicago Bears and the the the founders include Chris Rubio who runs long snapping camps around the country and Kevin gold to the sports agent and they really were trying to and and their view I think they'll avoid it there before in a few years ago there was no word for the best long snapper even others and work for just about the the every other position in college football even you know into the best interior linemen the best linebacker on and on so they really felt like these guys deserved some some credit and so they're launching this award this year we're speaking with Rachel blocking of the Wall Street journal who's going to pick the possible candidates for the award well they're working on a selection committee and so it's possible that the organizers themselves will will start with the the other kind of the preliminary candidates and these these watchlists as they're called candidates are usually quite long so sometimes even dozens and dozens of players either with them as the season goes on and obviously there's there's a game is played and there's performances that people can look at bill bill went out on the list re tell your article talks about another award that was already in place for this call the David been a word what's that about that's right this award is named after David been of former San Diego Chargers long snapper who also played at cal Berkeley and it actually was not started by David been himself it was started by a guy named Matt widely who is another long snapping coach and he does admire David bin and really started this award last season on Twitter that was really it's only existence and it it just kind of caught fire among the long snapping community newspapers wrote about about it colleges you know would would postings about whether players were on the watch list and so on and but but widely didn't tell anyone that he was the founder was just as Twitter account into even the winner of the David that award and Alice you long separately Blake first and didn't know who gave it to him so it was in sort of a sort of a funny situation but but people accept this award like it was any other word and and Ferguson was quite happy with it school street journal sports reporter Rachel Bachmann with this weekends Jennifer could shrink fourteen minutes.

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"rachel block" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"rachel block" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In recent years long snapping in football has evolved from a task added to the duties of an offense of linemen to a specialized position that can earn a college scholarship or lucrative spot in the NFL with that rice in the steam have come a long snapping recruiting ratings camps and even advocates for an award more from this weekend's Jennifer kasinga in college football you've got the Heisman all Americans and awards for linemen what the heck is the manly award Rachel Bachmann of the Wall Street journal is written a piece about this new award for the long snapper and joins us now retail for those of us who don't know football what exactly is a long snapper one factor is the guy who stamps or passes through his legs the ball to the kicker or punter who then attempt to kick of course if it's a field goal attempts and he's coming into the holder who hold it in place and then the kicker attempts to kick in so it's a kind of an obscure position but a very critical one yeah why is it so important and and what you have to be good at to do it well you have to be very consistent for one thing if if your passes is offer your CPAP is off if you're feeling over a kicker punter's head and that is very bad that means the ball is loose and anything can happen including the other team scoring possibly so it's it is critical and consistency is really the key and Rachel we don't really know about this position unless a mistake is made as you alluded to yeah that is true and these guys are otherwise quite anonymous what is the manly award and who started it why won't live mainly what actually is starting up this season and its name for Patrick family who's a former long time long snapper for the Chicago Bears and the founders include Chris Rubio who runs long snapping camps around the country and Kevin gold is a sports agent and they really were trying to and and their view I think Phil avoided there before in a few years ago there was no word for the best long snapper even others an award for just about the the every other position in college football even you know into the best interior linemen the best linebacker on or not and so they really felt like these guys deserve some credit and so they're launching this award this year we're speaking with Rachel block one of the Wall Street journal who's going to pick the possible candidates for the award well there were working on a selection committee and so it's possible that the organizers themselves will will start with the the other kind of the preliminary candidates and these these watchlists answer call of candidates are usually quite long so sometimes even dozens and dozens of players either with them as the season goes on it out because there's there's a game is played and there's performances that people can look at bill bill went out on the list re tell your article talks about another award that was already in place for this call the David been a word what's that about that's right this award is named after David been of former San Diego Chargers long snapper who also played at cal Berkeley and actually was not started by David that himself it was started by a guy named Matt widely who is another long snapping coach and you deserve Meyer David bin and really started this award last season on Twitter that was really it's only existence and it it just kind of caught fire among the long snapping community newspapers wrote about about it colleges you know would would postings about whether players were on the watch list and so on and but but widely didn't tell anyone that he was the founder was just as Twitter account into even the winner of the David that award and Alice you long separately Blake first and didn't know who gave it to him so it was it was sort of a funny situation but but people accept this award like it was any other word and and Ferguson was quite happy with it it's mostly journal sports reporter Rachel Bachmann with this weekends Jennifer could shankha fourteen minutes.

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"rachel block" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"rachel block" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Long snapping in football has evolved from a task added to the duties of an offense of linemen to a specialized position that can earn a college scholarship or lucrative spot in the NFL with that rise in a steam of come long snapping recruiting ratings camps and advocates for an award more from this morning's Jennifer kasinga in college football you've got the Heisman all Americans and awards for linemen what the heck is the manly award Rachel Bachmann of the Wall Street journal is written a piece about this new board for the long snapper and joins us now retail for those of us who don't know football what exactly is a long snapper one factor is the guy who stabs or passes through his legs the ball to the kicker or punter that attempt to kick of course if it's a field goal attempts and he's coming into the holder who hold it in place and then the kicker attempt to kick in so it's a kind of an obscure position but a very critical one yeah why is it so important and and what you have to be good at to do it well you have to be very consistent for one thing if if your passes is offer your CPAP is off if you're feeling over a kicker punter's head and that is very bad that means the ball is loose and anything can happen including the other team scoring possibly so it's it is critical and consistency is really the key and Rachel we don't really know about this position unless a mistake is made as you alluded to yeah that is true and these guys are otherwise quite anonymous what is the man the award and who started it why I don't remember what actually is starting up this season and its name for Patrick family who's a former long time long snapper for the Chicago Bears and the founders include Chris Rubio who runs long snapping camps around the country and Kevin gold is a sports agent and they really were trying to and and their view I think Phil avoided there before enough years ago there was no word for the best long snapper even others in the work for just about the the every other position in college football even you know into the best interior linemen the best linebacker on and on so they really felt like these guys deserve some credit and so they're launching this award does here we're speaking with Rachel block one of the Wall Street journal who's going to pick the possible candidates for the award well they're working on a selection committee and so it's possible that the organizers themselves will will start with the the other kind of preliminary candidates and these these watchlists center called candidates are usually quite long so sometimes even dozens and dozens of players either within as the season goes on and obviously there's there's a game is played and there's performances that people can look at tell bill went out on the list free to use mention a couple times about camps and coaches to teach this position is it's so specialized that kids and young people have to go in and train just for this yeah it it's become that you know of course as NFL and even college football teams have become much bigger money makers over the years every position is scrutinized more and these lockstep existence used to be just sort of a duty tacked on to the duties of another offensive linemen any disorder line up and do this job too but if given the importance of this kind of critical cog in the whole operation coaches became more more interested in finding guys that have experience at this and and actually specialized training and so there are people who are signed to college scholarships just as long snappers and that didn't used to happen but maybe a decade or two ago what is happening increasingly now will street journal sports reporter Rachel Bachmann with this morning's Jennifer could shrink thirty minutes after the hour on.

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"rachel block" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"rachel block" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Recent years long snapping in football has evolved from a task added to the duties of an offense of linemen to a specialized position that can earn a college scholarship or a lucrative spot in the NFL with that rise in the steam of come long snapping recruiting ratings camps and advocates for an award more from this morning's Jennifer because shankha in college football you've got the Heisman all Americans and awards for linemen what the heck is the manly award Rachel Bachmann of the Wall Street journal is written a piece about this new board for the long snapper and joins us now great so for those of us who don't know football what exactly is a long snapper well one trapper is the guy who stabs or passes through his legs the ball to the kicker or punter that attempts to kick of course if it's a field goal attempts and he's passing into the holder who hold it in place and then the kicker attempt to kick so it's a kind of an obscure position but a very critical one yeah why is it so important and and what you have to be good at to do it well you have to be very consistent for one thing if if your passes is offer your CPAP is off if you're feeling over kicker punter's head and that is very bad that means the ball is loose and anything can happen including the other team scoring possibly so it's it is critical and consistency is really the key and Rachel we don't really know about this position unless a mistake is made as you alluded to yeah that is true and these guys are otherwise quite anonymous what is the man the award and who started it why won't remember what actually is starting up this season and its name for Patrick family who's a former long time long snapper for the Chicago Bears and the the founders include Chris Rubio who runs long snapping camp around the country and Kevin gold is a sports agent and they really were trying to and and their view I think so avoid it there before in a few years ago there was no word for the best long snapper even others an award for just about the the every other position in college football even you know into the best interior lineman the best linebacker on and on so they really felt like these guys deserve some credit and so they're launching this award this year we're speaking with Rachel blocking of the Wall Street journal who's going to pick the possible candidates for the award well they're working on a selection committee and so it's possible that the organizers themselves will will start with the the other kind of preliminary candidates and these these watchlists as they're called candidates are usually quite long so and sometimes even dozens and dozens of players you know but then as a student goes on and obviously there's there's a game is played and there's performances that people can look at bill bill went out on the list free to use mention a couple times about camps and coaches to teach this position is it's so specialized that kids and young people have to go in and train just for this yeah it it's become that you know of course as NFL and even college football teams have become much bigger money makers over the years every position is scrutinized more and these locks up exertions used to be just sort of a duty tacked on to the duties of another offensive linemen and he just sort of line up and do this job too but you have given the importance of this kind of critical cog in the whole operation coaches became more more interested in finding guys that have experience at this and and actually specialized training and so there are people who are signed to college scholarships just as long snappers and that didn't used to happen that may be a decade or two ago what is happening increasingly now will street journal sports reporter Rachel Bachmann with this morning's Jennifer could shrink thirty minutes after the hour on this.

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"rachel block" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"rachel block" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Long snapping in football has evolved from a task added to the duties of an offense of linemen to a specialized position that can earn a college scholarship or a lucrative spot in the NFL with that rise in the steam of come long snapping recruiting ratings camps and advocates for an award more from this morning's Jennifer kasinga in college football you've got the Heisman all Americans and awards for linemen what the heck is the manly award Rachel Bachmann of the Wall Street journal is written a piece about this new board for the long snapper and joins us now great so for those of us who don't know football what exactly is a long snapper well one trapper is the guy who stamps or passes through his legs the ball to the kicker or punter who then attempt to kick of course if it's a field goal attempts and he's passing into the holder who hold it in place and then the kicker attempt to kick so it's a kind of an obscure position but a very critical one yeah why is it so important and and what you have to be good at to do it well you have to be very consistent for one thing if if your passes is offer your CPAP is off if you're feeling over a kicker punter's head and that is very bad that means the ball is loose and anything can happen including the other team scoring possibly so it's it is critical and consistency is really the key and Rachel we don't really know about this position unless a mistake is made as you alluded to yeah that is true and these guys are otherwise quite anonymous what is the man the award and who started it why won't remember what actually is starting up this season and its name for Patrick manly who's a former long time long snapper for the Chicago Bears and the founders include Chris Rubio who runs long snapping can around the country and Kevin gold is a sports agent and they really were trying to and and their view I think Phil avoided there before in a few years ago there was no word for the best long snapper even though there's an award for just about the the every other position in college football even you know into the best interior lineman the best linebacker on and on so they really felt like these guys deserved some some credit and so they're launching this award this year we're speaking with Rachel blocking of the Wall Street journal who's going to pick the possible candidates for the award well they're working on a selection committee and so it's possible that the organizers themselves will will start with the the other kind of preliminary candidates and these these watchlists answer call of candidates are usually quite long so and sometimes even dozens and dozens of players either within as a student goes on and obviously there's there's a game is played and there's performances that people can look at del bill went out on the list free to use mention a couple times about camps and coaches to teach this position is it's so specialized that kids and young people have to go in and train just for this yeah it it's become that you know of course as NFL and even college football teams have become much bigger money makers over the years every position is scrutinized more and these long snapping positions used to be just sort of a duty tacked on to the duties of another offense of linemen and he just sort of line up and do this job too but you have given the importance of this kind of critical cog in the whole operation coaches became more more interested in finding guys that had experience at this and and actually specialized training and so there are people who are signed to college scholarships just as long snappers and that didn't used to happen that maybe a decade or two ago but it's happening.

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"rachel block" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"rachel block" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"My I love it, and what your moon sign libra, okay, I'm a Leo moon, as well, my goodness. Wow. I know it's how about your rising Sagittarius. Ooh. Yes. Helping somebody with their signs yesterday who's kind of skeptical about it. And he was a sad. And when I read or Sagittarius rising, and when I read it, he was mind blow, like, what maybe I so he kind of changed things I'm Leo as well. Just kidding noncancerous. You imagine being like Tripoli. Oh, yeah. That would be that would be really hard like I'm really sorry. Can I hug you? Get away. You can already be sorry, that I'm a double just actually found out because I was born under a certain moon. I'm a little different than most ws, fabulous. Yes. Okay. Good. I'm gonna I'm really. Because I didn't resonate with a strategy for so long. Even when I found out about my son is like this. I get it. So Rachel I wanna get to reach those questions. She Rachel block linger. She said, I was a psychic as a child, but I seem to have lost touch with this gift as I became an adult possible to gain or find this ability within myself again, or is it possible that it is not in my cards anymore? What a fabulous question. So Rachel, here's what I want to assure you, is that, yes, you can get it back. So it's almost like riding a bike where if you get off, you just get back on. So there's a few things. I don't know if she wants to know how to do it, I would think, or hope she don't wanna know. But yes, the answer is yes. And you can do some really fun exercises to start getting those juices, flowing again. And there's actually a really great book. I think it's called e squared by Pam stout. I think it's pants down. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. So there these all these little energy games in stuff like that play to start doing it because really what you need, you need to things if you're gonna be. Good psychic in an authentic cycle, you need to able to surrender to receive information. And then you need to trust the information so be answer. Rachel is yes. Absolutely. You just need.

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"rachel block" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"rachel block" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Minutes to go. Now eleven fifty five on the or insurance scoreboard. And Cheyenne will make a substitution good irons out and Rachel block will come in for the first time in the second half Manson to trigger the inbound. Chance still leading by five. Gives it up to blossom who passed it's up to us to use it, and then tried to give it back to blossom with blossom was cutting towards the rim. So went out of bounds. Shanley basketball. You into the front court. Couple of nights dribble moves to free. The defender now past the top of the key Huber entry pass down low by Cam Nakamura, by USA stolen, away by the car to on three first Shanley for Cheyenne. That goes to the rim, and it is. The car. Just your first bucket. The second half six points. Extend the largest lead tonight, the seven can pain respond for the right corner. Her three point shot is off. But Kim grabbed the offensive board gets wrapped up underneath with Feist. And a jump ball is called position error in favor of Shanley. Couple of substitution for Cheyenne. And we pay Johnson Olivia dobermans for Feist along with Manson. They called vice for the personal fouled. That'll be her third. And so time out taking by fifth year. Head coach Brent hints for Cheyenne person the second half. We'll take this opportunity in stoppage in play. What did you think our sports sponsors here tonight from Shanley think taxman only name you need to know for taxes tax, man? Professionals proudly serving the Fargo Moorhead area since two thousand seven. Legacy.

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