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Fresh update on "sec" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:32 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sec" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"So they had a couple of bad penalties, a couple of bad turnovers that changed the score and gave Arkansas points, but I didn't think that he went out there and just laid an egg in that game. You know, last night during control of the egg bowl for the majority of the game made some mistakes late and they gave that game away. I gave Mississippi state opportunities to take it. You had four downs inside the 20 to beat Alabama at home. Now laid even told us, he said, listen, it didn't excuse all the judgments didn't get the ball on any of those snaps, but we had that opportunity and he was absolutely sick about that football game and we visited him for the next weekend. So it's not the way you want to finish and it is all about winning and losing games, but I do think if you dive into it a little bit deeper, it's not that the team checked out on him. It's not that he checked out on the team. It's not that the team quit or didn't give good effort. Some things didn't go their way. They made some questionable calls at certain points in time. And that's how it wrapped up. Does that change any of the narrative though, and assuming he gets the job? Yeah, I mean, there are a couple of weeks ago. It looked like auburn got lane kiffin. It was the hire of all time. And I agree with everything you said about lane kiffin. I'm a big fan, but it just seems like what peculiar circumstances that he would be entering that job, the way things ended in Oxford, assuming they are ending. I think even on top of that, Paul, you go back to the press conference last night. I don't think that there's much of that that sounds like lane kiffin is going to take the auburn job. You would have to overcome that. And that would be just another hurdle that you'd have to take on as soon as you took a different job. You know, I would counter with what's the other name. There are so many coaching searches, Paul, you've been through a lot more of these than I have as a member of the media that, okay, this guy, they're going to go get this guy and if they don't, they'll land on this man or if he doesn't get the job, it'll be this guy. Who's the other guy here that is going to satisfy the auburn fan base that is going to rile up the auburn fan base. I'm not sure that guy's out there. I don't know who that guy is. And now I hear more and more names that are being thrown into the mix that I don't know if auburn fans would truly be excited about. So if you get news in the next 24 hours that lady kiffin signing his extension in Oxford, Mississippi, there may be a little bit of scramble mode that's happening in auburn Alabama. Well, I'm going to show you, I don't know, but Chris Lowe was here three hours ago, Cole and he said, and again, these are reporter that's all over the situation and has been, he said that he thought Hugh freeze was really the only other name and you tell me if it ends up being you freeze. It's pretty obvious he's not the first choice. How does that play with your brethren? I do think a portion of the fan base would be excited about it. I think a large portion of the fanbase would have the understanding that he's won games in the SEC. He's defeated Alabama. Then he knows how to recruit because obviously he's brought top level talent to the teams that he has, which not only in the SEC, but in that division. So he knows what it's like to go up against those logos on an annual basis. Would there be some concerns with it from certain parts of the fan base? Absolutely, but I'm not going to be somebody who sits here and hold a grudge over things that have happened in someone's past. I'd be a hypocrite if I did that. There are parts of it that I think a lot of people would be concerned about, but I think there is a, not as big a portion that if it were lady kiffin, but I do think of a pretty large portion of the fan base would look at it and say, okay, we think we can win games with you freeze. And I think you would win games at home. I have no doubts about that. I just don't know if it's going to be the polarizing yes and generate the same kind of excitement that lane kiffin was. Before you go, let's get your thoughts on the actual game tomorrow. That is important. You know this auburn team very well, you know, Alabama, what's going on? What's the thing that we should be keeping our eyes on? I think it's Alabama's ability to run the football and obviously auburn's ability to run the football is going to be massive Paul because I don't think they can really bring true balance to this game. Robbie asks for it's not going to turn into a guy that completes 25 of 30 for 350 yards and four touchdowns in a game. It's not going to happen in one week of practice. So we know law firms got to run the football. That's fairly obvious, but I think if Alabama can run the football, then you can play auburn's game. You can bring their style of fight to what they have to do to win this football game. I also think by being able to do that, you go further in protecting Bryce young, which is absolutely massive. There were multiple occasions last week against Austin P in which free runners about free shots on Bryce young. Paul, that can't happen against an auburn defense with only papo and Derek hall and Kobe wound. You can't give those men three shots on your quarterback. He's not going to be able to survive that. So, and I also don't think all of him has the receivers to just go separate themselves and take over a game. Like we saw Murray Cooper do or we saw devonta Smith do. That player is not on this football team. So if auburn neutralizes the rushing attack, I think they have enough to be able to one pressure the quarterback and enough to be able to run with the Alabama receivers to keep this game interesting. I think it will be an interesting game. I think auburn is in the game in the fourth quarter. Are they going to need things to go their way? Absolutely. But I think the momentum is on auburn side. I think the motivation is on the side of this auburn football team behind Cornell Williams. Paul Alabama, we talk about this Tennessee football team in their motivation tomorrow. For the last 6 or 7 weeks it's been playoff playoff playoff playoff. That's not in the discussion anymore. Paul for the last 6 or 7 years for Alabama. It's been playoff playoff playoff playoff. And now that's not really going to be a part of the equation. How does that football team react to that? I don't know. And I have confidence that Nick Saban can get them ready, but still at the end of the day, a lot of it's on the individual players. Will they be ready? Will they be overly interested? Will they be overly motivated? We won't know until two 30 tomorrow afternoon. Always great. Cole Cuba on these Friday afternoons when we can get him. Thank you very, very much. Thanks guys, sorry about the movement. Here, in Tuscaloosa, where knight has fallen with the enthusiasm remains high for the iron bull tomorrow.

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Updates on FTX Saga and SEC Case Major Determinants of XRP $0.40 Reclamation

The Crypto Basic

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Updates on FTX Saga and SEC Case Major Determinants of XRP $0.40 Reclamation

"8 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022 updates on FTX saga and SEC case major determinants of XRP 40 cents reclamation. XRP seeks to reclaim the 0.40 price level, but its success on this journey looks hinged on updates from the FTX saga and ripples case with the SEC XRP has struggled to break free from the bears since its drop from the 0.40 zone on November 8th. Notwithstanding, it appears the asset's journey to reclaim. The post updates on FTX saga and SEC case major determinants of XRP 0.40 reclamation first appeared on the crypto basic.

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🔴 Bitcoin Thrives, NASDAQ Dives | This Week in Crypto – Nov 7, 2022

99 Bitcoins

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

🔴 Bitcoin Thrives, NASDAQ Dives | This Week in Crypto – Nov 7, 2022

"6 a.m. Monday, November 7th, 2022. Bitcoin thrives, NASDAQ dives this week in crypto November 7th, 2022. The post Bitcoin thrives, NASDAQ dives this week encrypt on November 7th, 2022 appeared first on 99 bitcoins. Bitcoin outperforms the NASDAQ maker deo's cofounder is found dead in Puerto Rico and the SEC. Bitcoin thrives, NASDAQ dives this week in crypto November 7th, 2022 read more.

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Some Bad News for This Bearish Crypto Market...

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:37 min | 4 d ago

Some Bad News for This Bearish Crypto Market...

"I'm leading off today with some bad news. We keep starting the week off on bad news, but that's kind of where we're at with crypto right now. It's a bear market. Grayscale Bitcoin trust is down to a discount of 43% of its record high. And that's because look at this on the right there. Bitcoin is not doing so great either. 50% of wallets are actually in the red in terms of purchases. So if you look at the longevity of coins and purchase since Bitcoin's inception, 50% of those coins have been purchased and now we're at a loss that's a huge negative note for investors out there who probably purchased during either one of the bull markets and are now sitting on a stack that's underwater. And that leads to different accounts in Bitcoin or different products in Bitcoin that aren't doing so hot either. So we have the grayscale Bitcoin trust, which I mentioned in the second go is down at 43% discount. Of course, coin desk is now owned by DCG, so we'll make a little disclosure there. Why does this matter that this product is at a discount? Well, a lot of people have it in their 401k. That's the reason this trust product actually gained ground and why it's actually a bedrock of crypto is because people had access to Bitcoin in their traditional brokerage account for the first time ever. So it's sort of like a very it's a good metric to follow in terms of Bitcoin. So when it's trading at this high of a discount, you have to start asking questions and wonder what is next. And it is everything okay. The one thing that really should be noted in this is the reason this is trading at discount is because a lot of people thought this would be converted into a Bitcoin ETF. That does not happen because the SEC has not moved forward with allowing any Bitcoin ETFs. So we're still just waiting.

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No. 1 Georgia tops Kentucky, goes unbeaten in SEC again

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 d ago

No. 1 Georgia tops Kentucky, goes unbeaten in SEC again

"CFP number one Georgia relied on its running game under cold windy conditions earning a 16 6 victory at Kentucky Kenny mcintosh was the bulk of the bulldogs offense rushing for 143 yards on 19 carries We knew it was hard to throw the ball out there in those conditions so we just knew we needed to keep the ball on the ground and I just wanted to be all the running backs you know it was something that I was going to run and that just means when I think Mcintosh scored on a 9 yard run to put Georgia ahead 16 nothing in the third quarter The bulldogs rolled up 247 yards on the ground while stetson Bennett was 13 of 19 passing for 116 yards I'm Dave ferry

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Charles Payne: Did Sam Bankman-Fried Buy Protection From Democrats?

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last week

Charles Payne: Did Sam Bankman-Fried Buy Protection From Democrats?

"But it's very interesting to me the Democrats don't seem really angry about this Here they are busy getting things done that they want to rush through but they don't even want a hearing on this The SEC the failures there and the other regulatory entities that are out there You have big tech that monitors their own platforms but apparently didn't care about this And I look at this and I say to myself was this guy buying protection from the Democrat party because the Democrats are much more aggressive in their investigations and Republicans Right Yeah it's possible And in fact I had a guest on today who was a Bitcoin expert And it's not just the Democratic Party in the regulators but the media Since all of this has come out yesterday The New York Times wrote a glowing article about this guy Never mentioned a word fraud never mentioned the word crimes never mentioned any of those words They did talk about how little sleep he gets and Internet he was frugal even though he has a $40 million pad in The Bahamas He flies around in private jets Vox wrote an article saying that the talk of him having influence over the Democrats is over is oversimplified or exaggerated Forbes wrote an article suggesting he and his parents practice I think you call it it's called utilitarianism and apparently this doctrine that you go through life and you try to help as many people as possible So Forbes wrote an article saying whatever he did was altruistic in an effort to help other people This is the media circling the wagons around this guy who has ripped off a million people are now creditors in this bankruptcy Billions of dollars and they're making him out they're still trying to make them out to be a hero

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Charles Payne: Regulators Ignored Sam Bankman-Fried

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last week

Charles Payne: Regulators Ignored Sam Bankman-Fried

"You've got federal regulators all over the place You want to hire 87,000 more at IRS agents to chase down hardworking regular Americans Then you got a high flying guy who's 30 years old He's a multibillionaire He's not exactly hiding under his desk He spends lavishly He donates as you point out some $40 million to the Democrat party where the hell is the SEC where the FBI the department of they don't see any of this It's maddening It's maddening And it's not like it was hard As I've been digging deeper into this the last week and a half people have been talking about this in the open on social media I've seen tweets from a year ago saying this does not add up People who are in the crypto industry This is not at something is wrong Warning other folks take your money off that platform now So this has been out there It's not even a secret It's been out there And the regulators have been absent The SEC has been absent Here's the interesting thing He has spent a lot of time in D.C. crafting coming freed has been in D.C. crafting legislation He was trying to put together legislation that would actually give his company advantages over every other company I'm telling you that this is he bought that kind of influence And by the way he comes from a well to do family both of those parents are professors One of the foremost tax experts out there So you know he kind of knew how to put these things together

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🔴 Bitcoin Thrives, NASDAQ Dives | This Week in Crypto – Nov 7, 2022

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🔴 Bitcoin Thrives, NASDAQ Dives | This Week in Crypto – Nov 7, 2022

"6 a.m. Monday November 7th 2022 Bitcoin thrives NASDAQ dives this week in crypto November 7th 2022 the post Bitcoin prize NASDAQ dies this week in crypto November 7th 2022 appeared first on 99 bitcoins Bitcoin outperforms the NASDAQ maker Diego's cofounder is found dead in Puerto Rico and the SEC Bitcoin thrives NASDAQ dies this week in crypto November 7th 2022 read more

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Top-ranked Georgia cruises to 38-19 win at Mississippi State

AP News Radio

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Top-ranked Georgia cruises to 38-19 win at Mississippi State

"CFP number one Georgia secures a birth in the SEC title game by trancing Mississippi state 45 19 Lad mcconkey scored two touchdowns including a 70 yard run that started the second half after the bulldog Scott within 1712 Obviously it wasn't just me There's so many other guys that made some huge plays So yeah it means all three time I can make a play for a team I love villa Stats and Bennett threw for three more touchdowns It was 25 of 37 for 289 yards with two interceptions Mcconkey had 5 receptions for 71 yards in the score Mississippi state rushed for just 47 yards on 15 carries I'm Dave fairy

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Crypto Protocol LBRY Loses Court Battle With SEC

Crypto Current

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Crypto Protocol LBRY Loses Court Battle With SEC

"The property that is known as the decentralized YouTube called library just officially has been ruled against in its case against the SEC where they officially deemed that their token is in fact a security. Now, the reason why this is such a big story and why I'm pretty sure it's going to start acting as a counter piece in the current market situation is you've got a really, really compelling project that in the legal sense had a very similar case to ripple. Now is essentially going to be used as precedent. And the problem with that is the way it was written, I haven't done a full review of what it said in the summary judgment, but from what I understand in the immediate analysis is it is having implications that may in fact reflect even Ethereum as a security. So I don't even know if these judgments are going to get us any closer to actual regulatory clarity, or if it's just going to muddy the water even further, but right now it seems kind of bleak. What is your immediate read on this and how it may affect the overall market and how the SEC goes forward? It's definitely bleak if there's somehow wrapping Ethereum into a security. Again, I don't have enough information on this breaking news to be able to accurately report on it. But just listening to the headline and what you are saying, it's not great. So I really hope that they don't try to tie a theorem into this and try to make it a security because then if they do, then that does mean that, hey, maybe there is jurisdiction in the U.S. to go after people. If it's a security, right? So yeah, there's a lot of cascading effects that can happen if that's the case,

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No. 1 Georgia shuts down QB Hooker, No. 2 Tennessee, 27-13

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

No. 1 Georgia shuts down QB Hooker, No. 2 Tennessee, 27-13

"That's embedded out to old head and hooker at number three Georgia in his statement of the selection committee bossing around number one Tennessee 27 13 Ben threw for two touchdowns and ran for another Outside doesn't matter If we take care of business then everything else takes a little bit So we just want to go out there and play well Georgia's defense dominated hooker limiting the Heisman hopeful to only a 195 yards passing while sacking him 6 times Georgia is one winner at Tennessee lost away from clinching the SEC east I'm Jim Hart

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

The latest in sports

"AP sports on Ben Thomas loads of drama in baseball the Phillies first to advance to the league championship series with an 8 three victory over Atlanta Michael luongo was there Philadelphia scored three runs in the bottom of the second on a three run home run by Brandon marsh J Cuban Mitchell made history in the bottom of the third when he became the first catcher in post CS history due to an inside the park home run It was a special moment that I'll definitely chairs Two games worth of baseball played in Seattle It was the 18th inning when Astros Jeremy Pena drove a three two fastball into the left field stands I mean that was a long game And that was a long game but you still gotta lock in you know trying to put together good at bats One nothing Victory sends Houston to the American League championship series and ends the Mariners season The guardians pulled out a 6 5 win over the Yankees rallying for three runs in the bottom of the 9th They keep playing You know I say that a lot but manager Terry Francona Sometimes good stuff happens Game foreign Cleveland Sunday Night the guardians leading two games to one And more madness in San Diego the Padres down three zero in the 7th sent ten batters to the plate and scored 5 runs and then came The Rain Yes in San Diego which doused LA's bats and hopes final Padres 5 Dodgers three Padres advance to college football where top ranked Georgia had no trouble with Vanderbilt rolling to a 55 nothing victory but number three Alabama lost To Marion has details Tennessee came up with its biggest victory in years outscoring Alabama 52 49 and an SEC battle of unbeaten Chase McGrath's 40 yard field goal as time expired won the game for the 6th ranked volunteers who defeated number three Alabama for the first time since 2006 also the last year they beat a top ten team Fourth ranked Clemson beat Florida state and number 5 Michigan flexed its muscles in the second half blowing holes through Penn State's defense for a 41 17 win Number 7 southern Cal lost to number 20 Utah and 13th ranked TCU beat number 8 Oklahoma state Ben Thomas AP sports

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No. 6 Tennessee beats No. 3 Alabama 52-49 on late FG

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

No. 6 Tennessee beats No. 3 Alabama 52-49 on late FG

"Tennessee came up with its biggest victory in years outscoring Alabama 52 49 and an SEC battle of unbeaten Chase McGrath's 40 yard field goal as time expired won the game for the 6th ranked volunteers who defeated number three Alabama for the first time since 2006 also the last year they beat a top ten team It's amazing especially with this fan base you know for all those years and for us to be able to come out with a win tonight and see everybody's reaction It's a real blessing and it's an awesome night And hooker through 5 touchdown passes for Tennessee all of them to jail and Hyatt Heismann trophy winner Bryce young returned from a shoulder injury and threw for 455 yards for the crimson tide I'm John merriam

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How 'The Bible in a Year' Podcast Began

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:31 min | Last month

How 'The Bible in a Year' Podcast Began

"I need people to understand the revolution that you have brought about. Now, the fetching machine is a Presbyterian. I'm a Roman Catholic. And we both enjoy your podcast every single day. And we only are ever about a day or two behind. Would you tell people where this began? How it began and how big it is now, because the Bible in a year available to Apple at Spotify from Ascension press, they use the great discovery Bible from Ascension press because I can say that because I've heard it for 280 days in a row from father Mike. Tell people how this got started because it's really a phenomenon. Yeah, no, it was great. So back in 2020, I don't know, some things happened around the world. And I remember I was caught up actually I was in Israel. I landed in the Holy Land on a Sunday morning with a bunch of students. I work at the university of Minnesota Duluth. And that morning we landed, and that afternoon, the prime minister of Israel said, we're closing, travel, everything everyone's got to leave them. So we scrambled, we got out of there in two and a half days. It was a crazy kind of travel. Getting back to the states then, it was one of those situations where I was just thinking, okay, I was going on in the news. And I saw myself so constantly distracted by so many different voices and so many different people's opinions. And of course, everyone's losing their minds about very, very strongly and passionately held opinions. But haven't really thought too deeply on things. I found myself getting distracted. And I thought, you know what? I need to do. I'm going to read the Bible. I'm going to go back to like some timeless truth here.

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Never Ration Artillery

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:05 min | Last month

Never Ration Artillery

"No, mister secretary, I noted talking with general Kellogg and the Fox screen room two weeks ago. And general Kellogg big fan of yours obviously was telling me the one thing you never do is ration artillery. You push the artillery into the first phase of the battle. And we have been dribbling out artillery, especially the high mark. Would you recommend we just open the floodgates at this point because there's no point in supporting the zelensky at 30%. This has been my core critique. So I applaud the Biden administration for keeping Europe together as long as they have an urging the Europeans to do more. But we have been just slow and late and short. To your point, that's what I talked about high Mars before. We should be delivering them all of the equipment that they're asking for. They haven't asked for our kids. They haven't asked for our soldiers on marines. It's simply asked us to provide them the tools they need. And they'll do the fighting. And when they do, when Putin can see that they're going to have the resources they need. Quickly and powerfully, this is much more likely to bring this fighting to a close than what has done today.

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Mike Pompeo Talks About His New Book, 'Never Give an Inch'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:55 sec | Last month

Mike Pompeo Talks About His New Book, 'Never Give an Inch'

"Here. From studio north, joined by my friend former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who is announcing today a brand new book by Mike Pompeo is out never give an inch actually it's not out, it is announced. Good morning, mister secretary, welcome back. Good morning, Hugh. How the heck are you? I am great. You know my fancy myself a pretty good giver of titles. I help Sarah Huckabee Sanders come up with speaking my mind. I don't think I could have come up with a better title for a book than never give an inch from Mike Pompeo. Well, thanks. Look at tell some stories about the work that we did that frankly just no one wants to tell. And so it was important to recount that history. I think there's a little bit of humor. I directed this some pretty exciting good stuff in there too. And I hope everybody hope everybody I'll go take a look at it and enjoy reading. I think it's a lot of fun to read through. And tells the story of how we put American people first. Now, I want to

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Do Tokens Constitute Securities?

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:55 min | Last month

Do Tokens Constitute Securities?

"We are diving into one of the long-term thorniest issues in crypto. And that is whether tokens constitutes securities. This is a conversation that has never really gone too far out of view when it comes to crypto and regulation. It certainly has had spiking moments of relevance such as during the ICO boom in 2017 and early 2018, but even to this day remains one of the most contentious questions. The answer to it has implications for which body should oversee cryptocurrencies and what the rules around them should be. It's something that legislation that has been proposed such as the responsible financial innovation act comes at explicitly. In that act, for example, there is a new definition of ancillary assets which are sort of security like commodities that to some extent change over time. The conversation around whether tokens are securities has come more into view recently based both on the Gary gensler led SEC's push for broader power to oversee crypto, as well as in discussions around the Ethereum merge. One of the narratives on crypto Twitter or more specifically if we're being honest Bitcoin Twitter was that the shift from proof of work to proof of stake might actually make Ethereum more security like. This interpretation while sometimes proffered in a political way on Bitcoin or crypto Twitter has also seen some validation in SEC enforcement actions. Today we are reading a piece that argues the opposite. The piece is written by Rodrigo Sierra, crypto counsel at paradigm, Amy axie Zhang, the policy council at paradigm and Jake stravinsky, the head of policy at the blockchain association. It's called Ethereum's new staking model does not make eth a security. One, introduction. In the wake of Ethereum's transition to a proof of stake consensus mechanism, the merge, various commentators have suggested that Ethereum's new staking model could result in its native token ether or eth being deemed a security under U.S. securities law.

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No. 2 UGA routs Auburn 42-10 in Deep South's Oldest Rivalry

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

No. 2 UGA routs Auburn 42-10 in Deep South's Oldest Rivalry

"Number two Georgia responded to being demoted from the number one ranking by scoring an angry 42 to ten win over auburn Stetson Ben threw for 208 yards and registered George's biggest play the day with a career best 64 yard touchdown run I started going in the end I was like good lord I didn't run this far in a while And my legs started giving out but it was just grass they were all turned back then lad had a good block on the safety Georgia led 14 nothing at halftime they were down auburn with a running attack that racked up 292 yards and 6 touchdowns Georgia moved to 6 and zero overall three SEC I'm Jim Hart

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Everyone on Crypto Twitter Is Talking About Kim Kardashian

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:22 min | Last month

Everyone on Crypto Twitter Is Talking About Kim Kardashian

"Everyone on crypto Twitter is talking about Kim Kardashian and Jen. Why is that? All right, well everyone from TMZ to The Wall Street Journal is talking about Kim Kardashian this morning and it's because she settled with the SEC for promoting Ethereum max to the tune of 1.26 $1 million. As part of the settlement, she has agreed not to promote any cryptocurrency for three years. And I think it's important to note that she did not admit or deny the allegations she has simply settled with the SEC for touting the theorem max. Will, the pass it down to you, I was going to do it anyways, but you put your hand up. So what do you got? Yeah, I got those hot Kardashian takes, don't you worry. I got you this morning. Ethereum max, you guys remember, this one popping around when it did pop up. There was not only Kim Kardashian, but Floyd Mayweather, I think, was in on this a few other celebrities, pretty hilarious to see a comeback by Jim ass no pun intended there. They only made $250,000 off of this, right? And yet they're fine for like $1.3 million. So a very good return there. I also like to note that three years, right? Three years, they can't promote anything. Well, guess what happens every three years in nice Bitcoin pump and bull market. So she'll be back, we're all going to wait for the next pump and dump scheme from Kim K, I'm excited for

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"sec" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"sec" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Dangerous for people to think of the government as a parent. I mean, I don't mind the name, but the government should not be thought of as a parent. People need to make their own decisions. They need to think about what they're doing and they need to take responsibility if it doesn't work out well. We can be helpful in that at the SEC by helping them to get information they need, but ultimately the decision lies. The responsibility lies with the individual who's the decision maker. And you know, if that person hires someone else for financial advice, then you can not offload some of your responsibility there. The other piece I would say is that I'm not an advocate for any industry, but I am an advocate for people who want to try to do new things, innovation is really important. It's important in the financial space, as well as other spaces. And too often our rules stand in the way of that innovation. So that's really interesting. One of the things is I talked to a lot of my told a lot of friends, hey, we're going to be interviewing the commissioner of the SEC. And the biggest question was, could you ask, how come Alabama keeps winning all them championships? You do something about it. Well, I have to say that when I first got this job, my cousin looked up what the commissioner of the SEC, that SEC. Makes and he thought that that was quite a nice salary. And I had to tell him, now, wrong SEC. So I think lots of people make that mistake. That's good. That's good. So one of the real questions is around, you know, we've been doing this show now for 5 years and one of the things that comes up often is this accredited investor, right? It's like, you have to make a certain amount of money before you can spend your money on things that are in a certain financial instrument. However, I can take my paycheck and go down to the casino and put it all on black, right? And still lose all my money, why is it? And here's an example. There's a company called flow. It's a blockchain, right? They did they originally started out. They did crypto kitties. They're called dapper labs. And they were on Ethereum. They decided they were going to build their own blockchain, move it to flow, create flow, launch NBA top shot on it. And so I saw that and I go, oh my God, that seems to me to be a logical thing. They did crypto kitties, they're doing NBA, they're working with the NBA. They're launching a blockchain flow. And we had to have the opportunity to go in and buy on the ICO ten cent tokens that went up to $30, and we could have got it, but we couldn't because we're U.S.

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"sec" Discussed on Slate's If Then

Slate's If Then

08:06 min | 8 months ago

"sec" Discussed on Slate's If Then

"Are not available in all states and situations. Back in December, Twitter embarked on a seismic shift. Cofounder and CEO Jack Dorsey left the company and chief technology officer piragua took over. At the time, people wondered what a post Jack Twitter would look like. Now, several months later, Ron John's a fan. I have been more impressed by Twitter's product development over the last 6 months than I have in the last ten years. Spaces, they killed it. I mean, they destroyed Clubhouse the way it fits into the product is so perfect. The way it drives you into conversations you're actually interested in, even Twitter blue, they're premium service that you pay $3 to get a different color icon and undo your tweets. I think there's something there. You also get bookmark folders, which for power users is interesting. They're doing stuff in shopping. They really have shown that they have their stuff together. They're kind of in a position where they were going to make a move against the facebooks of the world. Does this feel like a new era for them, do you think? Yeah, I think so. Jack Dorsey leaving clearly meant that things were going to change. From a branding standpoint, Trump dominating it so heavily from 2016 to 2020 and essentially being the face of it. I think now it was kind of a clean slate where there was no one account that dominated the entire platform. It was becoming a real company that was finally growing up. If no account was dominating the whole platform, the way Trump did, there is one that maybe comes close. 80 million followers, an avid fan of Twitter polls. You know who I'm talking about. How does Elon Musk use Twitter? I think he uses it perfectly, Tesla famously does not spend on marketing, does not have a PR department. He literally with his account replaces entire corporate functions. One of the most brilliant ways he uses it is in how he replies and how he elevates other accounts and then once you elevate an account, they essentially remain loyal to you. People regularly tweet how proud they are that he replied directly to them. So he creates this following that's so hyper engaged and hyper loyal to him. So I think at every level, he is the best user of the platform Musk's tweets are enigmatic and weird. Sometimes they come in the middle of the night. And for years, everything he tweets has been under scrutiny. In particular, from the Securities and Exchange Commission. And while the word securities regulation might make your eyeballs glaze over, the SEC's job is to make sure that if Musk tweets from the hip, whatever he says doesn't jeopardize the stock market or people's investments. August 28 teen was when it really started. Elon Musk had tweeted that he's considering taking Tesla private at $420 and then followed up and said that funding was secure. Those tweets sent Tesla's stock flying. Indeed, as the stock surge, the questions swirled. Who was providing the financing what buyout shops would assist Musk in any kind of take private. How finalized is some sort of deal and is $420 per share, a real buyout price meanwhile the SEC saw them and sued Musk for misleading investors. September 2018, the SEC and Musk had reached a settlement. And there's a few different things that happened first, Musk and Tesla, each had to pay $20 million, which for the now worlds were just men, obviously, the stuff is nothing. Musk no longer be the chairman of Tesla. But then the third most relevant thing for what's happening this week, he Tesla would have to put in place a process where any of Musk's statements that could include blog posts or tweets or anything like that had to go through some kind of internal legal process to make sure that they were vetted. And it was kind of everyone would joke. It was like Musk's Twitter sitter, his babysitter overseeing his tweets. We can't know for sure, but based on his Twitter, it seems like Musk has not listened to his babysitter. In November 2021, he pulled his followers on Twitter on whether he should sell 10% of his Tesla shares. They said yes, Musk sold $16 billion in stock, which triggered a broad Tesla sell off. Yet again, the SEC was not thrilled. It's subpoenaed Tesla after he sent the poll. I think if you are not someone who follows financial markets or is particularly fascinated by how the SEC works, you might be like, okay, why is it a big deal? Elon Musk tweets. Like, yeah, he's a wacky billionaire. Why does the SEC get so upset by this? I mean, if you can just imagine if Tim Cook, apple's trading around one 70 right now. If he came out and just out of nowhere said they're taking the company private at 200 or that our iPhone production is going to be twice what we said a week ago in an official earnings call. The stock's going to go crazy. And that stock is in the retirement accounts or how many Americans own that stock. It's going to gyrate like crazy. Maybe it goes up in the short term. And then you find out it's not true. And then it collapses. If you're the CEO of a public company, you just can't make completely false or unpredictable statements about the entire financial future of your public company, where pension funds people's retirements are all resting on these kind of tweets and these statements. We've spent a hundred years of financial market regulatory action to build a system of communications to regulate how executives can talk about their companies. Living in the U.S., you have such an advantage financially, in part because our markets, everyone in the world wants to be taking their companies public in them because they work so well, especially relative to many other countries. And that's the thing that's in danger right now. Do you think it's fair to say that Elon Musk is thumbing his nose at those hundred years of rules of the road. By the way, he tweets? Yes, of course. Remember, Elon Musk went on 60 minutes since openly said I do not respect the SEC. I want to be clear, I do not respect the SEC. I do not respect them. But you're abiding by the settlement, aren't you? Because I respect the justice system. He tweeted, shortly after their settlement, S, EC is a three letter acronym, middle word, Elon's, which I will let any listener figure out the word will puzzle there, but he's been very vocal. Even in his recent court filings, the SEC is chilling his freedom of expression, he believes he should not be penalized for making public statements like he has in the past. When we come back, is Elon Musk's stake in Twitter a middle finger to the SEC or something else. People think unusual circumstances mean complicated taxes. But for TurboTax live experts, that's what makes things interesting. Life changes are exciting, and they usually have tax implications. Maybe you were a full-time employee who decided to freelance, and now you need some advice.

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"sec" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"sec" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"Let's come to BlockFi and the SEC. We gave extensive airtime to BlockFi challenges with the SEC at the end of last year. And specifically, it was around the practices around their high yield interest bearing accounts. So why might this have attracted attention? Well, on the one hand it wasn't some big hypey ICO, but on the other hand, you could see how a regulator would think that this product was more likely to attract regular old buyers, right? There were concerns about the opacity of what the investment activities were that were producing these promised yields, and of course in the crypto space there were more cynical takes on the fact that this type of interest bearing activity competes very favorably with the traditional banking activity of savings accounts, which currently offer almost nothing at all. In either case, on Friday Bloomberg reported that BlockFi will agree to a $100 million settlement with the SEC..

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"sec" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"Because it's convenient. Meanwhile actual scams unabated for years. Who's behind the effort to drive domestic businesses and consumers offshore now regulators could point to this say. That's exactly the problem it's regulatory. Welcome so we have to be aggressive. With those we can regulate the issue is one of strategy to some extent regulating crypto or. It should be said any future tech industry that sets up in an anonymous decentralized way he's like trying to squeeze a fistful of ocean. It's just gonna flow away but the response to that is just to try to squeeze harder. It's to create a scenario in which the actors that do want to comply can create network effects in market around their compliance but differently. There are a ton of people who want to work with regulated exchanges and a ton of people who net net would prefer that versus not but aren't willing to handicap themselves entirely the net effect then of this approach to regulation is that actors that demand compliance simply. Don't engage at all and the ones that are more neutral. Use the tools at their disposal to flow away to less regulated venues. Just like that water in other words. It's a bad strategy unless your strategy is to kill the thing through legal pressure which is something. I think we at least have to consider as a possibility here. Given how aggressively the sec has been digging in a fourth layer of analysis around this has to do with the truly messed up levels of surveillance. This is where. I perhaps have the biggest t.f. Moment of this entire escapade. Let's read what happened when coin based the. Sec told us they consider lend to involve a security but wouldn't say why or how they'd reach that conclusion rather than just get discouraged. We chose to continue taking things. Slowly in june we our lend program publicly and opened up a weightless but did not set a public launch date. But once again we got no explanation from the sec. Instead they opened a formal investigation they asked for documents and written responses that we willingly provided them they also asked us to provide a corporate witness to give sworn testimony about the program. As a result one of our employees spent a full day august providing complete and transparent testimony about lend.

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"sec" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"There are a ton of people who want to work with regulated exchanges and a ton of people who net net would prefer that versus not but aren't willing to handicap themselves entirely the net effect then of this approach to regulation is that actors that demand compliance simply. Don't engage at all and the ones that are more neutral us the tools at their disposal to flow away to less regulated venues. Just like that water in other words. It's a bad strategy unless your strategy is to kill the thing through legal pressure which is something. I think we at least have to consider as a possibility here given how aggressively the sec has been digging. Welcome back to the breakdown with me. And i'll w. it's daily podcast on macro bitcoin and the big picture. Power shifts remaking. Our world the breakdown is sponsored by dig and produced and distributed by coins. What's going on guys. It is wednesday september eight and first of all. Thank you to everyone who shared nice birthday wishes yesterday. I.

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"sec" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on College Football Live

"Slowdown. Here's what jean smith had to say. And he is talking about potential twelve team expansion with regards to the college football playoff. I think the pause button should be hit. We need to evaluate the landscape. What it's going to look like we still need to evaluate the twelve team playoff. We don't need to rush into that when there's legitimate concerns that need to be addressed. Now harry i'll give you this. It does affect things. It changes things a little bit but but i also think some of this is just look. Are you know we. We didn't know this was coming. And now we're going to down your pet project kind of thing i. I'm not sure. I'm not sure we're still not headed in the same direction regardless of what the rhetoric is right this minute. Yeah i still feel like we're going to get their look. If i'm gene smith if i'm any other athletic director at any school in the country if i'm a coach in another country i'm looking at greg sankey and being like hold on a second four months you've been in meetings with texas and oklahoma to bring them to your conference expanding your conference to sixteen teams while simultaneously being on the subcommittee that is in charge of expanding the cultural playoff in. There's been working on that for months. If i'm jay. Smith of course i feel this way like i might slow it down. I think it's still the end of the day going to be beneficial for everybody's gonna make everybody more money and so we'll get to that. And i still think it's going to happen sooner rather than later but his reaction is something that i feel like. We've all kind of expected given greg yankees involvement in all this. Yeah he's sending a message that they're not happy they realized having these discussions about an expansion. Two to twelve team playoff. They knew that that would include likely more. Sec teams in that was without the knowledge of oklahoma and texas being involved in the league. That's upsetting to them. I totally get it now. Greg sank in the sec. Deserve a lot of credit for being proactive and being able to pull this off. But what does pausing prevent if this is happening. And everybody agrees that we could be upwards of a billion dollars by expanding to twelve teams whether oklahoma texas are in the sec are not it's happening and by the way this isn't happening tomorrow or next week or six months from now so it's not as if we all have to step back because boy a final decision is going to be made and we don't know where all the dominoes are going to fall. There's time to work this thing out and it's gonna be fun too. It's going to be fun to watch it work itself out but if it's twelve then it doesn't matter nobody's stopping it because it's all about the almighty dollar no lubes. Where did you get that. Where did you come up with that what. That is a ridiculous notion about money but in all seriousness. I think the point is exactly that it is likely going to happen. There's this friday. I think there's a bigger pie. A bigger piece for everybody and ultimately that will win out. But clearly greg thank. Let's just call us play. Despite he he had he was one step ahead of everybody else and now everybody else is less than wrote about that. But that's just the way it played out. I do want to leave some time. Because we're gonna talk about yours. The top high school prospect to we now know officially will forgo.

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"sec" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on College Football Live

"We've yet to talk about perhaps because we were following the if and the win but now that it looks like these teams will join the sec. What what is the likelihood that they can come in and compete with these guys right away. I was thinking compete. But can they be successful in the sec. Right away while. I think they could be successful. It's how we define competing. Are we looking at. Oklahoma was still being a twelve hundred team. Eleven one team. I think that remains to be seen. All you gotta do is look at texas a and m here and you realize okay. Well wait a minute texas. A and m. has sniffed atlanta. What one time. Since they've been in the league so you look at texas and you say okay well. Texas a and m. is further along right now than texas is. Maybe it's going to be a tough row to hoe with oklahoma though. I think here's the question. They're not going to go into every game. Harry like they did in the big twelve with distinct personnel advantages across the board distinct depth advantages across the board. And i think. That's what steve spurrier was referring to. Its you're going to have to have the bodies to run the gauntlet. For a battle of attrition. For fifteen weeks yet tom. I think that's the interesting thing here. Because both of these schools are still bringing in talent obviously with texas. They've had a lot of trouble kind of developing that talent over the years. That's not going to stick in the sec. And then as far as oklahoma goes. Obviously they've been a call. Sheila playoff contender every year. But i think the one thing that's going to be really different for texas. And oklahoma is you don't have those bottom feeder games that are going to be the insane blowouts right like obviously the bottom of the big twelve is a much easier ride than even the bottom of the. Sec is arkansas vanderbilt. They can keep you in a game for half or three quarters. Like i think that's going to be a big difference here and i think that it's perhaps going to be a little bit more tougher texas than it is for oklahoma but i do think to your point in recruiting oklahoma's going to have to kind of bridge that gap a little. Bit to kind of ease into the sec. Both of you referenced. It and it's recruiting guys. I mean obviously the lifeblood of collegiate athletic certainly college football luke's on paper. In some instances it would look to benefit schools. I really don't know though in terms of oklahoma and texas a different situation. But how does this affect recruiting. If they win they joined the. I think it's a huge plus for oklahoma if you look at oklahoma why they've improved particularly last year and why they're a big favourite this year. It's because of the improvement on defense. Where within the defensive front seven. Well the sec. It is a front seven league. You've got to have defensive lineman and you gotta have a lot of them. Where do they reside georgia florida. Alabama south carolina louisiana mississippi. So if you're oklahoma you've now opened the doors to cast a much wider net. You've already got a national brand. You've been to the college football playoff. You're gonna walk into that door with some cachet. But you better have success because you're not going to be able to build your roster out of mid western states to compete with an alabama lsu with texas. They might have a slight advantage going forward at least initially harry. Because steve sarkisian is fresh off of an sec run. He knows exactly what he's getting into. They know exactly what they have to have roster wise to compete or be an alabama georgia and lsu in auburn each and every year to have a chance to go to atlanta yet. Tom and you know one other thing too. That i think that perhaps lot of casual college football fans get upset about or annoyed hearing. Is that the talent in the. Sec is just that much different. And i think a lot of people probably hear what you say. And they're like what are you talking about. Oklahoma especially with oklahoma. Is that if they're at the top of the standings every year like is the the talent gap really that different and. I think that the things that you're talking about could really show up here these first couple of years because it is that different into shows itself on the field and in the results. And i think that it's going to be kind of interesting here to see how that shapes up especially in this first year that both teams are going to be in the sec. Whenever that it does come well whenever that is the question. The plan is twenty twenty-five but then you have to wonder how long these schools can coexist exist knowing they. They are going to go. We'll see and then the other thing. I mentioned at the top of the show. What happens to the other eight school. Not everybody's going right. You still got a big twelve at least right now. In those schools have to decide of course whether the status quo will work and they can be viable or there have to shift gears interesting comments. If you read between the lines here on twitter. And we'll start with what kansas had to say and i show you this because it's almost like they're campaigning. A little bit. It says. Kansas said what the future holds for the jayhawks in both lawrenson kansas city. The tweet also mentions a new airport terminal looks to be ready by.

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"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"I got to catch up with him. He's doing awesome. He is one of the most underrated country singers out. There you forget how many hits he has its own after the next after the next he's been turn out hits for years and he kind of he's changed up. You know his songwriting and stuff like that. And it just he evolves in just a series bennett and the different things that he can go to now that he's got when you're at a place where people are disciplined people. People are disappointed that you didn't play that song you know you're a star. Yeah like woohoo pluess who that's going to be one of the hardest things and also like putting a settlers together. Yes it's fun to watch it happen. It's fun to watch happened real time. I've seen a few seen a few. My buddies do it. It's fun because it's a hell of a debate. Like what do you think tonight. What do you think what song do you wanna hear tonight. And it's also kind of like you're trying to think about the fans but it's also like man. I really wanna play the song. We haven't played it in a couple of shows. Do we put that in there. And it's like what if we put that in there. What song retaken out big chris chris stapleton before and i have baid chris stapleton to play what you listen to begged him. We've never heard of that. Never want so does. Does laney already have tickets booked for the next riley green show on no but she joined fan club. She's her previous crush is now off the deal. I'm standing riley some jordan's or something mad i. He has no idea how much i love him. All right one one more thing before we get out of here actually two more things. I wanna hit on and they both deal with swimming. I i was floored with the response. I got to the lilly came. Conversation travis floored so many people have approached me about our conversation with lily and her brash. Unapologetic approach to her passion. And the way that she competes in the success that she's had with that particular approach and I just first of all. I didn't know that people listen to dribble. But second The response to the way like her fearlessness in her self confidence if that makes it she's a unique person. The at her age i mean. She said she's been this way you know. Nineteen at twenty four. The the way that she operates. It's hard to find that in anybody you know. Even the the greatest athletes that you've ever seen and she was doing this at that age in the way the differences the way that she cares yourself. It doesn't come off as arrogant arrogant. Very matter of fact again that reminds me so much kevin hart and brooks camp. it's the same mindset. It's like i'm really damn good at this. And if you're y'all can either be on the bus or get off the bus. I don't care. And if you're listening to the pod on this we're taping on monday. If you're if it's still monday she will be swimming for gold. And the one hundred meter breaststroke gut. Tonight art speaking of swimming for gold. Best thing i've seen in sports in the last little bit. Is the australian swim coach reacting to air yarn titmus beating katie decky and the rest of the world in a four hundred fourteen dean boxes as name dean box now. This dude came unglued and it was the most awesome thing. It's how it's supposed to go. It's how you're supposed to react to shocking. The world and beating one of the grammy. Michael phelps called luedecke the goat. And when you go out and all that hardware five years worth of work five years worth of work and bring home the gold medal and beat who quite probably the greatest female swimmer ever yet does. She's the greatest female summer so back story. has been crushing the four hundred meter events basically from the beginning of time. Well ariana titmus. A few years ago had been you know she'd been looking up to her and as any swimmer happen and then brought in this coach..

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"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"What high state does this quarterback battle. I have five more saturday's without college football. That's a bob more and then if you need me on saturdays you can just text me but it. I ain't getting back to you unless it's about called the miami dude would cause don't forget we got. We zero two. I have my tv my living room. And then i have one in my bedroom. And i take that one of the bedroom. Indistinct permanently sits out here in the living room during the fall. Because i think i'm wrong isn't there. Isn't we zero the twenty eighth of august. let's google. It might only be four more saturdays until college. Football and mom just rolled her eyes. I think we zeros. A twenty eight. It is so we have week. August twenty eighth nebraska illinois. Are you go hawaii. Ucla it wasn't some of these games. They're not there's not a bunch of big ones but listen. It doesn't matter it's called. it's college football. I can't wait stay oregon well I can't wait man and and we are almost here. And that's what really gets the juices. Slow slowing for me as sec. Media days down there and we're immersed in and we get to see the players and coaches and all the staff members I got spent a lotta time with coach. Saban down there and Learned tone from him about where his head is on all of this change and what it really means an so. I just so we have. It's the most wonderful time of the year son. There's two things that we love the most and we've hit on with college football and the other is country music and now in the past two weeks. We've each onto concert for the first time in over a year. I saw luke bryan. Two weeks ago was it was unreal. I forgot I should have known. But i just forgot about how crazy it is going to the concert and getting out with the traffic and we just haven't dealt with traffic and a year of that magnitude and i went and just sit on the lawn and it was. I love every second of it. You you you see the craziness and the drugs and it was. It was food for the soul. I needed it like. Where'd you see the craziness and the drunks in the mirror. No i actually was. I actually was sober. Mardi what yeah. I had like two beers while i was there. All right. we'll let's flip grip on that. I someone that wasn't drunk or sober. Was you at dirks. Probably so we went oversee rally green and dirks bentley at the hard rock. Sinoe over here. In atlantic city both of them absolutely slayed riley green is going to be an absolute megastar country music and on top of that the limitation. Something funny to laney about halfway through rally set. Laney sends a text to me eric and catharine church and said i have a new crush. His name is rally green and she sends. If i wasn't with her. I was standing in the middle of the pit. Like right in the pit they were off to the side stage. You love the pit now. That's where i go man. That's my happy place. So i was laughing my ass off but i mean he absolutely correct told me a lot about where he is. And what's coming. Because i was in atlantic city new jersey. Are we were in birmingham. We weren't in gainsville. We weren't in. We weren't even in charlotte. We were in atlantic city new jersey and then people knew every single word to every single song. He stops singing. That's how you know where you're at is when you can stop singing during a song. It was cool to me to hear them. All say i wish every state had birmingham like he stopped seeing him and in atlantic city new jersey. Everyone of saying. I wish every state had a birmingham i was like this is crazy is fun to watch former college football player at jacksonville state university riley green lanes new crush left laney came back in the room when dirks i mean dirks absolutely crushed. It was an amazing show and it was great to spend time with him..

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"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Art the other huge news is that texas and oklahoma are reportedly leaving the big twelve enjoining the southeastern conference on me back up about twenty five minutes when i was talking about our interview with commissioner. Thank you being cut short. That news had not dropped yet. When we were interviewing the commissioner and as we are leaving our announcement that mardi mcgee's going on the road it was shortly thereafter the houston chronicle drops this bomb. We don't get shocked anymore like not. They're not a whole lot. That makes us go war. This one got us all yet is usually talking behind the scenes rumblings. And you've heard stuff you're just not gonna we finebaum saturday morning and paul. Finebaum told us that he had heard about it since monday. So apparently there was some rumblings going on and they just chose not to not to go down that road. I guess because it's one of those things that you hear and you're like all right right and i've ever well. I haven't heard a single denial. I don't know about y'all but i haven't heard anybody come out and say this is bs. Well that's like when it came out and you in texas people had issued a statement and they gave the we can't confirm nor deny they were the most vague which means you're confirming it. Yeah and and when the conference hasn't said anything either we know greg sankey. If this thing didn't have legs don't you think you would be like. This is not true because he would want to defend his member institutions is a win the interesting part to me is reportedly the big twelve meteorites package goes through two thousand twenty five twenty twenty four twenty five year twenty five would be the so if they leave early reportedly they have to pay between seventy five eighty million dollars back to the big twelve. So do they hold off until the twenty twenty five season to join the sec. Or do they just say. We don't wanna be lane ducks. Let's just go ahead and pay this month. It's easy on paper to look at it and go while they'll make that money back pretty quick in. Sec it's a death nail for the big twelve it's over it's over so then where where are the west virginia's and oklahoma state's etc etc etc. What does that look like trash. military here that traps. And that's the thing. Is i think waiting till twenty five is actually the move. My reason. why is the playoff expansion. Isn't going to happen for a couple of years. Going to the sec. Without expansion doesn't make sense because it's only going to be harder to make the playoffs especially for. Oh you so you wait till why especially for. Ou they actually have a competitive football program. But what i'm saying they can make it in the big twelve. They're keen thirteen. Getting la. got you so thinking. Okay okay okay. So if you go to the sec. Now you're having a battle. There's only four spots with understood your point my bad but i got you. Yeah you wait for expansion within is gonna get three four. You know teams in there now. You've got that possibility. Texas thoroughly in the discussion because the money that they bring with them. Let's see if i was the acc. So what i would love to know..

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"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Mcgee probably already knew it too. Because he's spent time with a coach legion his driveway drink and rome on his way to the airport. That's a whole other story asked mcgee someday but but just an amazing fulfilling professionally and personally. It was so fulfilling time down there. And not only the coaches. We also interviewed several of the players. We interviewed bo knicks. Who man. It's we've watched that kid grow up right before our eyes who now. Gus malzahn gone onto the university of central florida after being let go at auburn brian. Horsing combs in another guy. Travis whom neither one of us had ever met before but i was very impressed with him and we were told in the aftermath that some folks felt like that was the best interview he'd ever done so k. Away for you guys to see us dive in with him coach. Harshness a racing guy man. He grew up drag racing. His father was a mechanic. He's that blue collar. He understands two things that i admire meticulous attention to detail because if you leave one nut loose owner rate on a drag car. That's about to go two hundred and forty mile an hour down a quarter mile drag strip. You i die so he learned that from watching his dad that meticulous nature in on top of that. it's at blue collar mentality. Bring a lunch pail to work everyday. Sonko we're going to work and you know it's it's always wild to me to interview guys coming into the sec. For the first time we also interviewed ella drink wits while we were there that does funniest hail i'd never. I'd never met coach during before. It was funny man really funny and he showed up in some. he showed up in some air jordan threes. That had like every single kind of wild cat fur on them. Of course there. The missouri tigers tiger's stripes there was a leopard-print there was like a outing know what And it was funny. I was walking down the hallway to get mak- coach. Drink was in the hallway. Just staying there kind of all by himself. And i'm going by him and he's like what's up. Man assigned grows up great to meet. You is what the hell do. I gotta do to get on your saturday morning. Show he goes i. I'm i'm sitting here listening all the time. And y'all don't ever invite me. I was like hey man up riche. Pocket pulled out my iphone on my came in. And there's this device where where if you pull you pull that device like out of your pocket and and there's this thing you swipe and then you can go search like marty smith or ryan mcgee and then you you. There's a keyboard on their man and you can just go. Hey man i wanna call in a. You can call in every saturday morning if you want to. We'll have your drinks with drink. We'll give you the show. We'll give you the hotline number coach so just an awesome time again. Well we hung out with. I'm going to go back to the players. Because i got a point to make here. We interviewed bonex. Auburn's quarterback weiner interviewed. Zachary carter defensive lineman from the university of florida grant. Morgan all grant morgan from down in fayetteville. Arkansas whoo pig. That's one of the most impressive young men. I've ever talked to him while he has got his Together josh paschal from the university of kentucky beat cancer told us that whole story so it was just a it was just an amazing time and we talked to a of guys from alabama wide receiver. John michie who has a fascinating story. Derek we told me feel mathis about why. He decided to come back to school when he didn't have to. Just a just such a fulfilling time. And i say this all the time. Travis you heard me say this so much. The most underreported part of college. Football is the amazing character of the young men play. Yup ninety nine percents reminded that this week as we got to sit across from these young men and just learn their stories..

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"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Let me tell you about this set. Our bosses decided to buy a mid sixties chevrolet pickup truck. They decided to take that pickup truck and solid in half and they saw it in half so that they could retrofit couches in bad in in the hood and the so. I saw a photo of the truck drivers at sec media days. One of our ops guys hands me his phone and goes look and it. Was this stunningly beautiful. Cherry red chevy pickups. And i was like how in the hail can solve this thing and half. They can't do that. Will it had been wrecked in the frame rails got been and so here goes. We are the benefactors of that as well. I can't wait to see. I've seen renderings. I can't wait to see it. Certainly here coming up in early september. I'm thinking about you what you need to do. Something maybe like for every guest that you have come by. They need a sign the chevy pickup truck. Well we'll have to figure out what that looks like. I like that idea. But maybe it's not signed in the truck because they are taking that cherry red and they are painting the original -til from the factory. Hugh that it came from the factory. So they like it just blows. Our minds blows our minds that they are offering us this platform. And we're so grateful to be able to lead into what laura and roman jordan and paul or doing on. Sec nation now look will be integrated into nation to so we'll lead off and then we'll we'll play a supporting role on the sec nation. Show too so. I just can't wait to get back the ball. It was awesome to talk to all of the coaches. You guys will see those interviews when talking season hits sec network. We're going to have an east show our long. We're going to have a west show. That's an hour long. And i can't wait for you guys to see saying pittman. What lane kiffin told us. I can't wait for you guys to see our conversation with coach. Saving and jimbo fisher. And what's wild is. We didn't even know the texas oklahoma news which i started to talk about a little bit ago before i got off on the mardian mcgee tangent. Sorry y'all this is my platform. So i kind of got off on the on the what we're doing this fall. But let's dive into that so we're in the middle of interview on a second. But before we get to that a lot of these coaches you already have relationships with because they've been in. Scc or you know. They've been around awhile. But mike leach is somebody that's new there see last year and you didn't get it. What was that like to get to finally get to meet him and dude interview all some. He walked into our our. Our studio are set. And any of you who've seen are set no there's all these little trinkets everywhere. There's little roosters in amish. In omaha to cooter there are propellers windmills in american flags and dearer and all of the things that are just authentic wilderness launch and leach walks in there and doesn't even acknowledge us he just liked looking around like any case talking to himself. How you guys have some really neat things in here. And he's like picking stuff up and like studying it and we have this massive like three foot tall propeller. It's it's like mahogany wood. It's beautiful and it lanes up against the wall in he goes might have to take that propeller home with me. It was fascinating to watch him an ally of video. I'll send it to you travis. Should have put it on social media so so it was awesome to talk to coach. Leech and i asked him. I mean there's a lot of a lot of pac twelve and big twelve and it probably sec. Mississippi state core media. That would roller. Ask but i had to know. I've never asked. I've never talked to the man. So i wanted to know about the infatuation with pirates and he went all went all into the swing. Your sword mantra. And i loved every second of it..

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"sec" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on College Football Live

"Wherever you listen to all your podcast. The sec continues with media days. Who alabama and. There is some buzz this afternoon. Courtesy of the houston chronicle reports that texas and oklahoma have reached out about the possibility of joining the sec. That would build the college. Football's first super conference of course changed a lot of things in a lot of places. Greg mcelroy is there at sec media days in greg as you mentioned earlier the air sort of sucked out of the room. What's happening there. Now what's your take on. This possibility the scramble is on. I'm looking all over the place. People from texas aggies sites people that are associated with the athletic department. There's only one athlete director that. I've seen that media days this week. That athletic director was ross. Bjork of texas. A&m so it is a little bit of a mad scramble in every single media member here in attendance is buzzing right now about the story that was just broke by the houston chronicle and a lot of people thinking that there's a lot of legitimacy to this article i actually looked through twitter. Not saying that. That's the best example credible news by looked through twitter with people that are very closely connected to oklahoma and texas. And i saw one in particular that said this is not smoke. This is a legitimate fire. That was according to jeff ketchum extremely close to the texas program. So it's a huge deal. Wendy especially knowing that it's texas. Am that just took to the podium. Just a few minutes ago. Yeah timing is everything as they say. Grab fisher had just stepped up to the podium. Of course he was asked about the possibility of texas in oklahoma. Joining the sec. Heard this but there's a report in the houston chronicle that texas and oklahoma are enquiring about joining the sec. They would what would you think about how i'm just worried about. Am you know what. I mean a lesson. We got the greatest league ball. So i mean that's the choices they make what they do. I don't know. But i don't know how i feel about. I'm worried about am. I'll control what. I want to control your. I doubt greg video. Just worry about an that. part's true. We need that coach translator thing we talked about earlier in the week. Because you know he's got a whole lot more thoughts about this and what he said there but of course coming at him full speed in almost real time. Well the thing that i find fascinating about this is just how much texas a. and m. has benefited from being in the southeastern conference. They've been able to separate almost completely from the university of texas when they were kind of latched at the hit for a very very long time. I also know that jimbo fisher has made it a high priority and making sure that the sec is the centerpiece of their recruiting material. So when you receive a letter from say texas. Am the logo for the sec. Is almost as big as the texas a. and m. logo that you would receive on that paraphernalia. So it's been a huge part of what's made texas an remarkably attractive in recent years much to the chagrin to tom herman who was very frustrated. By the fact that the big twelve didn't have the same type of perception amongst the recruit. So this is potentially a massive move not just for texas and not just for the sec but a massive move regarding college sports because it puts tons of pressure on the remainder of the big twelve and pac twelve seeing to star blue blood programs. Leave shows that just about anybody. Would we willing to that as well. So it put a lot of pressure on the other power five leagues. Well greg. let me ask you this desmond where we had initial reaction at the top of the show said his first question would be. What's the motivation. You know why do these two teams one joined the sec. It's of course. Probably the most dominant conference in college football. But in your estimation if you had to answer that question why do you think..

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"sec" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Who could separate the didn't have a downfield passing attack the threatened anybody scored less than twenty points. A game there. One hundred sixteenth in the country in yards per game. They're one hundred twenty third in the country in passing yards per game. They were better passing team with lynn. Boden at a couple of years prior and boden was a running back so they had a long way to go. I think they made great strides the rut. The running game is going to be a lot better this year. The offensive line has always been good and they've got some great offensive linemen back. I think they have like three of their five starters back They've got defensive. Engine qadhafi josh. Paskal is is a superstar yonder square great linebacker. They got good size in their secondary. They are they built this blue collar program over the years under stoops it goes it kind of goes back to youngstown in big ten routes that still has a blue collar identity. They can shut you down defensively but now. They've modernized their their offense. So i think that is a you know i have those three teams in the east kentucky florida missouri. All kind of neck and neck. I give kentucky the slight edge like if they all finished second eddie and see i got kentucky finishing second which would which would surprise a lot of people But i i just have faith in what stoops has built there. Because he's able to as a as a middle of the pack. Sec program he doesn't ever have to truly reload. They did after their ten or eleven when she's in When when they had you know first round picks on both sides of the ball but otherwise they just kinda graduate you just players up and move guys up to get a little bit more playing time and then move into a starting role. But there's this huge exodus of talent that they have to constantly race Which is as we know which is hard for anybody in this league named alabama. So i've i've got faith in that program. Yeah so the system is replaceable. On is in place to let's in good. I just wanna throw this one thing. And then when i talked about the east part of what i like about the kentucky's in the missouri's who in any other year would be middle of the pack in that division is at the bottom of that division is going. They're all going to be transitioned. South carolina vanderbilt tennessee. So not only should be easy wins for other teams in the division but also by virtue of that doug it gives you a very rare three game break almost a three-game vacation within the conference which is unheard of so if you are scheduled land such you've got one of those cupcakes and then and then a tough game the next week or the week. After like for example kentucky goes to south carolina last week of september. That should be comfortable win for them and that means that they should be fully healthy and focus. Then florida comes to town first weekend right. That's a huge advantage for them to not have the bruises come with a normally stout deep. Sec division versus what. They're going to get this year. Yeah no they talk about the grind to the sec and it wears on you. Obviously i know a lot of teams Schedule cream puffs after obama. Lsu and then the iron bowl. It's tough to go back to back in those situations. Let's group vanderbilt in south carolina. Not much expected from these teams. That win totals around three napper. Four depending on the juice depending on the shop clark with some interesting comments saying they the best program out there in the country not sure. I agree with that tom that his guys don't even have numbers that's makes it tough for the names images and likeness look even a punchline. I feel bad because you know they've been bad for a while but is there any sort of Think we can expect from these thing over or under even.

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Behind the Bets

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Things first. You obviously weren't sec. Media days we had a lot of coverage there some interesting comments whether the vanderbilt head coach or other other ones that may people chuck before we get an each team. What was kind of like your biggest takeaway Heading into the season while biggest takeaway happened day. One when greg sankey took the mike at the podium to to use that time which is incredibly valuable real estate where he typically gives a state of the conference address extols. The virtues of the conference talks about the greatness of the league and make no mistake. He did that but he also uses that as a moment to deliver messages and he delivered a message. Surprise me a little bit. Now keep in mind. I was at the college world series win. Nc state had cancel their game because of kobe protocol and get out of the tournament and that was a red flag to me. Because to be perfectly honest. I kind of feel like by that time. This was mid june. Most of us had from sports perspective had kind of moved on. We'd see teams have success in leagues have success putting events and so it was back of mind until poof this. This team gets kicked out and they would have a really good chance as an underdog going in winning the whole thing. So to that point. Greg sankey stands at the podium and he says listen. We've got a long way to go to meet the vaccination pressure within this league and the conference itself is putting out a mos- in commercials in encouraging people in saying that the sec backs the vaccine and keep in mind the footprint that the sec sits in that could be considered controversial by some of their trance so for him to come out and say that that was a giant red flag in my mind. Because i thought myself two things number one if there is still a threat of games being lost in the sec. He that's must be a reason why he's addressing this right and number two if the sec. With all of its resources in alabama messaging in all of its medical support is still in this situation. What does that say about other leagues. You know what does it say about the big twelve or the acc or the american or or going down to the sunbelt. And if it's a problem for the sec. I bet that it's probably a problem throughout college. Football and the concern is the vaccination rates have to get above a certain threshold so we can feel confident that the season can go on interrupted and when i say season i mean everybody. All one hundred twenty plus a lower division teams that will play division one teams. And i wasn't prepared for the severity of his comments in him. Using that valuable real estate time to focus on it.

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College Football Live

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on College Football Live

"Whole lot easy. I appreciate the job you do. I mean if we all don't need that. I need a husband. Speak translator to but i'm not i'm not sure that's even allowed coaches enjoyed us. Now here also. Sec media days and coach. We're happy to have you so. Listen you've been there and you've done that. What's your favorite coachspeak line. If you will we won't even right. We'll just let the greatest coach speak line is hey guys. We take them one at a time. We don't look past anybody. Here's what this means. It means the next game past this one. You got a really big game on the line this team. You're getting ready to play. Couldn't beat you in one hundred tries and guess what. I'm going to insert half my game plan that week and the players won't even know it. That's how much we're focusing on this week's team. I love it when the coats like all coaches say we've had a great off season. We worked very hard or we've had a good week of practice. Which is why. When i used to call to absolutely hate these coaches meetings. Were you go in there. And they tell you they had a great week of practice and so-and-so's looking really good and we're ready to go the same stuff. You hear every single week is why hate talking to coaches. I'd rather just not talk to you guys and that we don't have to hear these lines that absolutely don't mean a thing but all of them say the same thing would you at least what we don't have to translate. That was very clear. We exactly where you see that it's not about the wins and losses but about the process is it. I don't think so. I must've speaking of coach speak. We'll hear different coach. Speak in the sec. Four different places because the conference does have four. New head coaches shane. Beamer among them in south carolina. Clark louis in.

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College Football Live

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"sec" Discussed on College Football Live

"Lot of talent Including joe borough and so we didn't expect lsu to be as good as they were the year before when they lost that much talent which is sort of what we talked about with florida. Come into this season amount of talent. They lost so think. Lsu is a team that has recruited. Well they're always a team. That is very athletic when you watch him last season for for a large part of season their defense look like they had no idea what coverages were were they were supposed to be. It was things that you're not. You're not used to seeing out of lsu football team. I don't want expect that stuff to happen again. This season there is a lot like coats. Said a lot of things going on a lot of unknowns. They had to the one year bowl ban. Which is real funny when you banned yourself in a year. You're terrible but this season. We know them to be talented. We noted finished off that season playing better. Got a huge win against the florida team. Found a way to beat old miss. So you take that you build on that momentum with a young talented football team. I expect l. issued a much better football team than we saw last season. There's no room for excuses. I mean this is a team that needs to always be hovering around the ten win mark last year. It just wasn't the case you've lost nineteen at a twenty two starters off the national championship team the year before you also lost both coordinators. It was a complete rebuild. A complete reset. And then you lose your starting quarterback in the third week of the season to an abnormal an unusual abdominal injury having to rely now not on one but onto true freshman quarterback to step in in the year that was cove it was impossible circumstances. And if you really look at the talent. That's on the roster. They've now solidified. Both coaching positions that were vacated. The year before. Jake pete's come in same type tree. Is joe brady. You have come in toronto jones. Come in who worked with. Dave aranda at wisconsin many years ago. So these are two guys that are familiar with what they used a couple years back to have success and you have a lot of young guys that are talented and are also really ticked off. About how the twenty twenty season went so in talking to coach. Oh he's excited about turning the page ripping off the rear view mirror bearing the tape from last year and hopefully moving forward with the solidified unit. That's going to play for each other. I think there's a lot of talent on that defense into that end greg. I do think it's become a pride thing. They don't want to be known for what we saw last year. So they're going to play that card. There's no question is motivation. Still to come. I mentioned earlier. There are four new head coach. See all of which we will hear from this week. Sec media day. Shane beamer steps.

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