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"scott hamilton" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

03:43 min | 2 d ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"Update on our world. The fed board announcing another rate hike today a quarter of a percentage point fed chair Jerome Powell didn't rule out another increase this year. We will continue to make our decisions meeting by meeting, take into taking into account the totality of incoming data and their implications for the outlook for economic activity and inflation. President Biden and GOP House speaker Kevin McCarthy are meeting today at The White House trying to solve the debt ceiling crisis. In Memphis a funeral today held for Tyree Nichols, the 29 year old died after he was beaten during an encounter with Memphis police last month, his sister, Keanu Dixon spoke. Even in his demise, he was still polite. He asked him to please stop. The officers have been charged with his murder. It's take two for Tom Brady, the Buccaneers quarterback announcing he's retiring again. I'll get to the point right away. I'm retiring. For good. The 45 year old initially retired last February and then launched a comeback. Michelle Franz and ABC News. News radio 1000 FM 97 7, stay connected, stay informed. Good afternoon. I'm Taylor van syce, now our top stories from our 24/7 news center. In flight cocktail lounges and piano bars weren't those the days, a local aviation analyst reminds us of what we're going to miss now that the 7 47 is retired for good, more from northwest news radio's corps and Hague. When Boeing first rolled out the queen of the skies in 1970, the globe was in the grip of a recession based aviation analyst Scott Hamilton tells me that left airlines flying the four 7 with too many seats to sell. Far fewer passengers you had American Airlines with a piano bar in the back of the airplane. You had the Pan Am and capital airline putting lounges in the hump of the airplane. These days, most 7 47s in service are cargo planes, like the model Boeing handed off to Atlas air Tuesday and Everett, the last new 7 47 ever to be delivered. Hamilton managing director of Li hem company says, that means airport visitors are far less likely to gaze upon the 7 47s unique profile. You won't see them at the passenger terminal. Korean airlines and German carrier Lufthansa are the only airlines still flying the passenger 7 47. Hamilton says some of the existing 7 47s will likely still be in service for another 15 to 20 years. Corwin hake, northwest, news radio. The Boeing customer Atlas air chose the appropriate moment to fly away in their new 7 47, the last of the jumbo jets to ever be assembled, it left pain field and Everett at 7 47 in the morning. There's a renewed push for pedestrian safety this after a graduate student was hit and killed in a crosswalk by a Seattle police car come a force Michelle Esteban reports on a project that was meant to fix that problem before city funding dried up. What happened at this south Lake union intersection a Dexter and Thomas is beyond tragic. 23 year old Dan Navi condola died after being hit by a marked Seattle police car, the officer has been identified by SPD as Kevin Dane. The chief said he was on his way to a priority one call with lights and sirens going. Make sure that our elected officials and other city officials know that we want to implement. Cycle is Scott von dukin, part of critical mass Seattle, community cyclist activist, so is Christopher Bartlett. The city had in plan to make it the first protected intersection. The project is called Thomas street redefine, and it is designed to create a safer travel space for cyclists and pedestrians. It

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

01:54 min | Last month

"scott hamilton" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"I'm here to tell you today that the state of healthcare staffing is worse today than it was a year ago. Washington's hospitals have argued that they are already bleeding money with losses in the billions, and that this would force them to cut care. They argue it's not just burnout, but nurses leaving for higher paying, traveling jobs that has driven this shortage. A local gun dealer has been ordered to stop selling high capacity magazines, which are against the law in Washington. A state court issued the order against Federal Way discount guns after an investigation by attorney general bob Ferguson. Each violation of the law can be a penalty for up to $7500. That's up to the judges determined. And of course, we will be alleging there are numerous violations. The court order is only a preliminary injunction while the cases decided when reached by phone, Federal Way discount guns declined to comment. Swift action from the FAA over an Ethiopian report blaming Boeing and the 7 37 max for a deadly plane crash. Northwest news radio's John libertini reports. Ethiopian airlines flight three O two crashed shortly after takeoff in March of 2019, killing all 157 people on board. The Ethiopian report was less forthcoming than it should have been. But in a controversial report released last month, Ethiopian investigators blamed Boeing 7 37 max over pilot error. For the good of world aviation safety, you have to be honest and straightforward about who did what and what mistakes may have been made by the cockpit crew. The Incas navigation system has been widely criticized for throwing the 7 37 max into a sometimes deadly nosedive. The pilots were trapped into making errors. But Scott Hamilton and aviation consultant at Lim on bamberg island says transparency is critical. There has to be a complete and open discussion so that the aviation community across the globe understands precisely what happened so that it doesn't happen again. U.S.

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

03:05 min | Last month

"scott hamilton" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"Traffic is really heavy south of Federal Way because of it. Your next northwest traffic at 6 14. The weather outlook sponsored by northwest crawlspace services and here Shannon O'Donnell at como four. Well, it's a rainy sort of Friday night around here, typical January fair marching through western Washington will be damp at times throughout the course of the weekend with rain both on Saturday and Sunday, the disturbance to win Sunday Night in a Monday looks a little bit extra soggy and gusty so likely seeing some wind advisers going up by the tail end of the weekend. This wet weather will translate into several inches of fresh snow in the cascade ski resorts, but also for past travelers. In the combo four weather center, I'm meteorologist Shannon Odom. And rain scattered around the puget sound area now, it's 50 in downtown Seattle, northwest news times, 6 O 6. Safe staffing, nurse to patient ratios for hospitals will once again come before state lawmakers in the next legislative session. Details from northwest news radios, Ryan Harris. Washington's hospital say they lost billions of dollars last year while they struggled to keep from losing nurses, so they say setting a nurse to patient ratio won't mean more nurses. They say it'll mean fewer because they'll have to cut care. Nurses unions say hospitals are already in crisis and that burnout from having so much of a workload causes nurses to leave the bedside. Fei Gunther, UFCW local 3000 president says others have had to step up to fill the gap and that it keeps getting worse. We have members who have had to call the fire department to help us in an overwhelmed emergency room whose hospitals have implemented emergency triage and disaster plan meant for the most extreme situations. The bill would set nurse to patient staffing ratios would allow phase in time for smaller hospitals and would move rulemaking responsibility from the Department of Health to labor and industries. Ryan Harris, northwest news radio. Northwest news time 6 O 7 and criticism still swirling around an Ethiopian report blaming Boeing in the 737 max for the deadly plane crash of that country, northwest news radio style libertini reports. Ethiopian investigators blame Boeing 7 37 max, citing production defects for a fatal crash that killed 157 people in March of 2019. There is a tendency to close ranks around the pilots. Scott Hamilton and aviation consultant at Lee hem on bay bridge island says the report is missing transparency. You have to be honest and straightforward about who did what and what mistakes may have been made by the cockpit crew. The pilots. The pilots were trapped into making errors. The mcas navigation system has been widely criticized for throwing the 7 37 max into a sometimes fatal nosedive. There has to be a complete and open discussion so that the aviation community across the globe understands precisely what happened so that it doesn't happen again. U.S. and French investigators took a broader view, including a bird strike pilot error and maintenance issues. John libertine, northwest news radio. Lowering emissions and being a good neighbor. Those are a couple of the reasons that climate pledge arena is now offering ticket holders, a free ride. Buy a ticket to any event at climate pledge arena, and you can choose a public transit mode

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:55 min | 2 months ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Really meant it because he built a place where they could. That's where Schultz 100 events are happening all weekend. Charity hockey games and an ice show hosted and headlined by Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton, a friend of scholz, who skated in many a holiday I show here. It's surreal because I grew up in a small town in Ohio. There's no reason in the world that I ever could have should have crossed paths with anybody of his stature. Proceeds benefit Hamilton's cancer research charity Schultz died of colon cancer, Hamilton recalls visiting the peanuts creator a month prior to his death. He was upset that he knew he was going to retire and then it was all over. He said that, he goes, then it's over. I just reassured him. I said, no, no, no, no. What you've created will live past your great grandchildren. And beyond. In Santa Rosa, Mike dewald, Casey BS. People are trashing Yosemite 5 gyres and nonprofit based in Santa Monica that's trying to cut the amount of plastics used, took an in depth look at the garbage picked up in the park during an annual facelift trash cleanup. And the stuff that's most likely not to make it into the waistband, cigarette butts, bottles, clothes, food wrappers, face masks, most of the garbage came from around the Yosemite valley and high visitor traffic areas like campgrounds, visitor centers, and the village, about 2200 pounds of garbage each year end up in dumpsters in the park. One of the best gifts you can give yourself this holiday season probably any time is a clear mind. Brian ping reports. The more you worry about tomorrow, the more it negatively impacts today. When we have stress, this part of our brain called the hippocampus gets less blood flow. That's the part of our brain that retrieves memories and focus so we don't make a decision. Neuroscientist doctor Patrick Porter, founder of the therapy app brain tab, says stop worrying about what might happen and focus on what actually is happening. When you think about stressfully Vince, the brain starts putting you into those frameworks. That's why there's a saying be here now. You know, be present, the mindfulness revolution is, don't worry about what's happening. We can't do anything about the past or the future. We can only do something about this moment, but it's so hard because our brains were not designed to think only in the moment. It's a lesson many of us could use, a new survey by insight global says nearly four out of 5 Americans are worried about job security in this current economic climate. Brian paying CBS, a woman and her dog are safe after getting stuck in the money or shadow cliffs Lake and pleasonton, a woman called for help around three 30 yesterday afternoon saying she was stranded on a trail that runs along the levee and the recreation area. She trailed her dock down a ravine and they both got stuck in swampy ground that oozed with about a foot of water. Rescue crews hoisted her back up with a rope neither the woman, nor the dog, were injured. Berkeley has a new ordinance aimed at protecting low wage and part time workers. The fair work week ordinance requires certain employers to offer part time workers more shifts more hours before hiring more

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on WTOP

"Aftermath, thousands of homes, roads, and recreational areas have yet to be fixed. CBS News, Miami. The federal judge overseeing the case of the documents the FBI seized for Mar-a-Lago has revised her directive to the special master in light of a ruling last night from an appeals court panel. CBS Steven Portland. The appeals court panel said the Justice Department can proceed with its criminal probe into the handling of roughly 100 documents marked classified, and that those documents should not be part of the special master's review of whether they're either Trump's personal belongings or somehow protected by privilege. And CBS News has learned the criminal investigation into the handling of those documents is once again underway. At least 9 people have been killed in clashes between Iranian security forces and protesters. It comes after the death of an Iranian woman who was taken into police custody for wearing an Islamic head covering that was too loose. BBC correspondent GR goal. After the death of Massa amini, many people in this small Kurdish town in western Iran, many women remove their heads scarf and shouted women live freedom. That slogan replicated across the country echoing in every corner of the country and we see in the past few days like wildfire spreading everywhere. As Seattle area aviation specialist says Boeing is getting off easy as it settles another case related to two deadly plane crashes, Diane, douthwaite. Boeing will pay $200 million to settle a case alleging misleading statements about the 7 37 max hurt investors. Liha aviation consultant Scott Hamilton says that's similar to the fine Boeing paid to end the government's criminal case. The criminal related fine was $244 million, which by my reckoning was just a slap on the wrist. The Securities and Exchange Commission has been investigating if Boeing executives hid safety flaws from the FAA and investors who may have pulled their money if they knew. Diane doth Tyler, for CBS News, Seattle. On Capitol Hill, CEOs of the nation's biggest banks are urged by Democrats to do more to protect their customers

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:13 min | 10 months ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on KOMO

"Speaker northwest news and the world Coming up Boeing stands to lose millions after sales of airplanes to Russia are blocked I'm Jeff podio details coming up It's 8 30 Authorities in New York City say Frank R James is the person of interest they're looking for in Tuesday mornings rush hour attack on a subway train setting off two smoke bombs before firing 33 shots wounding ten And got away Federal authorities have been warning about so called lone wolf for months People with all kinds of grievances who may be mentally unstable acting out violently A law enforcement bulletin obtained by ABC News calling this a coordinated attack believing it was clearly planned but motives remain unclear ABC's Pierre Thomas accusing Putin of trying to wipe out the idea of being a Ukrainian President Biden says Putin's war in Ukraine amounts to genocide He said it will be up to lawyers to determine if Russia's conduct meets the international standard for genocide Sources tell ABC News Trump White House counsel pat cipollone and his deputy pet philbin are expected to appear before the January 6th House committee on Wednesday Richard cantu ABC News Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station Northwest news radio art Sanders here's what's happening here a Russia's invasion of Ukraine will cost Boeing millions details from Jeff pojo Economic sanctions against Moscow mean Boeing can no longer sell Russia airplanes Deliveries of more than a 140 aircraft mostly 7 37s have now been suspended But aviation analyst Scott Hamilton says the company can handle the loss They're still trying to get all the inventory cleared out from that max grounding that started in March of 2019 Not to mention dozens of dreamliners that have yet to be delivered But Hamilton says Boeing is not alone as a number of Airbus sales to Russia have also been blocked Jeff pojo and northwest news radio We're getting a closer look at that proposed law that would guarantee a minimum wage for app based gig workers in Seattle the cost of doing business gas maintenance wear and tear left Magnolia clea making a sub minimum wage I'm not doing this vacation or to buy a PS5 I'm doing this to see rent by food What I'm making doesn't give me the budget for much else They proposed pay up law would require companies like Uber and DoorDash to make up the difference city analyst Amy gore The goal of the minimum payment is to require that a network company provide the payment of a minimum wage in addition to expenses that the app based worker is covering themselves There are concerns the law hasn't been fully vetted but city councilwoman Lisa herbold co sponsor of the legislation says it's not a finished product Pierce county sheriff's deputies tried to figure out why a 29 year old man killed his grandfather at a home in frederickson woman called for help Tuesday morning telling deputies what happened in an updated posted on Twitter sheriff sergeant Darren moss as the man surrendered a short time after they arrived at the home Everything had a fourth door and where they found the 80 year old grandfather deceased inside the home Waiting for more information on what may have led up to the killing Tacoma police.

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:46 min | 11 months ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle A Boeing 7 37 800 plane crashed in China this morning Brian Calvert has more on this developing story including reaction from a local expert It's believed that all 132 people on board were killed when a China eastern airlines plane crashed a photo on Twitter shows the Boeing next generation in a vertical position moments before coming down Seattle based liham news analyst Scott Hamilton told me the NT proved to be a very very reliable airplane It never was ground He says it's vitally important to make a distinction between this plane and its troubled cousin This is not the max airplane Hamilton says Boeing is expected to send what's called a go team That's available to the country and airline and the country's investigative agencies to go help with the accident investigation You won't know the mechanical history of this particular plane until later this week Brian Calvert northwest news radio The confirmation hearing for U.S. Supreme Court nominee katangi Brown Jackson is underway in the Senate Manufacture reports on his historical significance If confirmed katon G Brown Jackson would be the first black woman to ever serve on the Supreme Court I see no cracks in the democratic unity There might be one or two Republican votes for her She's of course been approved by the Senate three other times ABC political analyst Steve Roberts expects some Republicans on the committee to use the platform to attack her Particularly senator hawley of Missouri very anxious to run for president already indicated He's going to say she's soft on crime This is one of the oldest plays in the Republican playbook And he used it all the time because it works Robert says this is extremely important to President Biden for two reasons It would be a win after defeats on his build back better Bill on voting rights bill And a Supreme Court Justice is often the most lasting legacy of any U.S. president Northwest news radio New flood mapping in the south south has one city facing dire consequences when the next big one hits John libertini reports When the feds released a new 100 year flood map in 2017 something didn't look right to the folks at Lakewood city hall so they commissioned a new map and the results are stunning Spokesman Jim capriva The actual floodplain was found to be much larger affecting a much larger area of projecting much deeper levels of flooding Clover creek will jump its banks when that once in a lifetime flood hits leaving I 5 under three feet of water in both directions between Bridgeport and 47th avenue Southwest a staggering blow to interstate commerce Closures of I 5 are devastating yet for the local communities where they happen but also for the region all up and down for Canada to California In nearby springbrook and hillside close to 600 homes and businesses could be under 7 feet of water Others as much as ten feet solutions could dictate the way future development plays out upstream and frederickson span away and Parkland John love northwest news radio There's just one final step for a proposal to allow sound transit to call for additional car tab and parking taxes in smaller more specific areas within its service zone The idea behind the bill is to allow places like Seattle to vote on extra taxes if they want additional transit options beyond what's already approved or they want to speed up the work in progress Seattle city leaders who want to see more light rail lines connecting neighborhoods are among the backers It had no real opposition but Republican state senator Curtis king did question whether this could draw away from sound transit's focus Actually finally after many many years completing the spine that is promised and fulfilling their promises to areas like south Seattle and Everett and Tacoma and Federal Way The bill is on the governor's desk waiting for him to decide if he will sign it New crime fighting efforts are focused on parts of Seattle that have been plagued by break ins drug dealing and related violent crime Seattle city attorney and Davison who took office in January told John Carlson her first goal is to establish coordination with other agencies like the King County prosecutor's office and Seattle police It only by linking efforts together and understanding what each of our roles is to advance public safety that's really the only way we can move forward And that has not been around for a long time and so that's my first focus because it's really have to be all of us involved Seattle and King County last week released their high utilizes initiative naming 118 prolific offenders who have collectively committed 2400 offenses Northwest news time is 7 40 as we head over to the Beacon plumbing sports desk Bill Schwartz says a new seahawk quarterback is eager for a fresh start 25 year old.

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on Skimm This

"A city of Minneapolis is once again at the center of controversy. After a young black man was killed Wednesday by the police. The shooting is reignited the controversy around no knock searches and around the embattled Minneapolis police department, nearly two years after the murder of George Floyd. Over the weekend, protesters took to the streets of Minneapolis, after police shot and killed a 22 year old black man named Amir lock last week. Here's what we know about what happened. Police officers used a no knock warrant to break into an apartment where Locke appeared to be sleeping on a couch. Officers say they opened fire after seeing lock holding a gun, which locks family says he had legal possession of. As for why the police were there in the first place, they were looking for someone connected to a homicide in nearby St. Paul, which is how they got the no knock warrant, but Locke wasn't named on the warrant, and didn't even live in the apartment. So far, officials haven't released the details of the warrant, or said if Locke was connected to the investigation. But as we wait to learn more, log's death has brought the debate around no knock warrants back into the headlines. Not to mention, this week, jury selection began in the trial of a former Kentucky police officer, who was part of the raid that killed Breonna Taylor in 2020, which was also a no knock warrant turned deadly. So we called up an expert to explain the controversy around these warrants, and what potential reform could look like. My name is Sharon Farley, and I'm a professor from practice at the University of Chicago law school. We first asked fairly to remind us what a no knock warrant is in the first place. Starting from the very, very beginning, going back in history, it was by and large, presumed that law enforcement would knock and announce themselves before they would go bashing into somebody's house to execute a warrant. And part of it has to do with the idea of right now in our constitution says, we have the Fourth Amendment, which says that we are protected from unreasonable search and seizure. Now, that being said, there are some circumstances in which doing so puts law enforcement at risk from a safety perspective. And so we've created this process whereby law enforcement can say, look, there are circumstances which exist that make us believe that it would be really risk to us if we knock it out. So we're going to ask you meaning to ask the judge who's approving this warrant to say, look, you don't have to knock it and announce you can just go ahead and enter. The goal of a no knock warrant is to give people no time to react, and these types of raids can often escalate quickly into high risk scenarios for property damage and death and can even target the wrong people entirely. A New York Times investigation found that at least 81 civilians and 13 law enforcement officers have died in no knock and quick knock raids between 2010 and 2016. And fairly told us, we can attribute some of those numbers to poor police planning. When law enforcement is preparing for an operation like this, they are supposed to conduct enough investigation that they should have some understanding of what situation they're going to confront when they enter this home. They should have done their homework, right? To say, who is going to be there, do we expect the person to be armed? So many of these incidents go awry because that planning was not sufficient or well thought through. No knock warrants are supposed to be used sparingly, but some say they've actually become increasingly more common, especially in drug cases. Some estimates say around 20,000 to 80,000 no knock warrants occur annually. Up from just a few thousand back in the 1980s. So we asked fairly, if no knock warrants are becoming more common, what could reform look like? You hear the term ban on no name warrants. And I think that is unlikely to happen in most jurisdictions because frankly there aren't going to be some situations in which law enforcement has a very legitimate concern that there's a safety issue. But we want to ensure that the exception and not the rule. And so the idea is to come up with criteria for how we identify those particular situations and then also there are rules that can be put in place about approvals, right? So that's what we're seeing a lot of this legislation is not that you can't do it, but in order to do it, then the search warrant has to be approved by a prosecutor and a high level person in the police department before it can be taken to the judge. Some places have already committed to reform how they execute no knock warrants. Since Breonna Taylor's death in 2020, at least a dozen cities have passed laws banning or limiting no knock warrants, including St. Louis and Lexington, Kentucky. While no knock warrants were already illegal in three states. Florida, Oregon, and Virginia. And after Locke's death last week, the mayor of Minneapolis suspended the use of no knock warrants there, too. It's still TBD if more places will change how they execute no knock warrants going forward. But fairly told us, don't look to Congress to take the lead here. When it comes to the possibility of federal legislation, I think we can hope for it, but policing is highly local, right? It's really a local issue. And so I really believe that our best hope isn't reform via state legislation, city, ordinances, and then police department policies. If you're curious about other ways policing has changed around the country, we'll leave a link to the skims guide on police reform in our show notes. If you've ever seen I Tonya or even ice princess, you know that when it comes to figure skating, there's a lot of drama. On and off the ice. Come on. What kind of frigging person bashes in their friend's knee? And it's safe to say all eyes have been on figure skating at this year's Winter Olympics. A world records already been set, there's a doping scandal again, and there's obviously some pretty amazing outfits and music. So to catch us up, we called a couple of experts. Hey everybody, I'm Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton from 1984 and it's a pleasure to join you. Hey everybody, I am Ashley Wagner. I am a three time U.S. national champion and an Olympic bronze medalist in the team event. All right, I have seriously got to work on my announcer voice. Besides having been Olympic athletes themselves, Scott and Ashley now follow the games as commentators for NBC on peacock's streaming event coverage. And while they're doing that stateside for these games, they said they can feel how different the vibe is this year in Beijing, with nearly empty arenas and quiet stands. I think it almost makes it a minimal experience as compared to Olympics past where it's just a zoo, right? It's just this media frenzy and the crowds are packed to the rafters and everybody's going crazy and it's just feels like almost like practice that at the same time, you know, these athletes are doing the absolute best they possibly can to rise to the occasion and skin as if they are in front of 10,000 people. And they've delivered with.

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You can follow this man right here on Twitter at Barry Trammell and absolutely legend joining us today. Barry, I'm so glad to talk to you because as I fill in for Paul, we get these great honorary guests that come in and I followed your work for a long, long time, even though that I wasn't in Oklahoma fan because I value your opinion so much. And I'm curious here, Brent Vince is now going from Clemson out to Norman. You've been around that fan base or the jazz and fired up for it? Well, they are jazzed and fired up for a lot of reasons. One, you know, they would have taken just about anybody would have been embraced following following Lincoln Riley. They turned on Lincoln really quick. But somebody that's from the house of stoops, somebody that harkens back to the golden days of 2000, 2003, 2004. And somebody they know and have trusted really all these years. It was a perfect fit in terms of getting everybody settled down how will the higher go? That's to be determined, but with fans feel very, very thrilled with animals. For the reasons I mentioned just the comfort level and the idea that, hey, one of their own sort of has that job now. Barry, what did you think? I mean, you cover football is good and know it as well as Barry Switzer or bob stoops. And when you saw that Lincoln Riley said, hey, I just kind of went to bed one night. Woke up, had a quick zoom meeting and decided to go to the West Coast. How did that how did that sit with you? Oh, he's sort of silly. I mean, he that's not what happened. Nobody makes life-changing decisions like that. This was clearly a month's long decision and process. I don't know all the roots of Lincoln's displeasure at OU. I have to believe he wasn't crazy about going to the SEC. He had a pretty good gig in Norman. He found a similar gig at USC only got the beach along with it, but in terms of you can be the top dog in a power 5 conference and don't have to deal with Alabama and Georgia on any kind of regular basis. So I think clearly he thought better of the long-term USC job than Oklahoma in the SEC, there were some other things with the athletic department apparently over compliance and personnel and things like that. You know, we use never been stingy with spending money, but sounds like maybe Lincoln wanted them to spend even more so it's sort of like the old betel song about love that should have lasted years for whatever reason this one didn't. And Lincoln's a very accomplished coach. A very prominent coach and he could have had his pick of all kinds of jobs and heck. Nobody ever said USC's not a good job. So I think he landed on his feet. Yeah, I was going to say it's about working smarter not necessarily harder. I know for those guys going to the PAC 12 and that road versus what appears probably be some type of SEC west affiliation for Oklahoma here in a couple years. That's going to be a little bit tougher road to hoe, Barry Trammell joining us here on the Paul find bomb show. Barry, obviously, Brent's filling out his staff right now, one of the names. I don't know if it's official official, but had been out there as that Jeff levy off his coordinator for old miss. What's that relationship like? And if that's the higher, what does that do to keep commits over there and keep the sooner rolling? Well, you know, Jeff levees, he's a sooner, he can't go on. I think it was 2004. Was this freshman year? Offensive lineman from Andrews, Texas, got hurt early in his career. Stayed on as sort of a student assistant, which is sort of the road of Lincoln Riley, by the way, but ended up hooking up with art brows and art brows daughter. He married art brows daughter that is coaching start with art brows and work his way up. The Baylor story was fantastic. And after that, you know, people in the SEC know all about it, did a great job this last year at old mess with macarao. So he's a rising star, I think, in the business. I don't know for sure that it's going to come to pass in Norman. I sort of think it is, but no official word yet, but he's the kind of guy that in resonate with quarterback recruits, you know, the defects of whiz, but he's going to have to he's going to have to find someone that can afford an offensive identity, and Jeff will have any can do that. The tree has some has some rotten apples on it in terms of the scandal in Waco from 2014, 2015. But those guys can coach offense. Our brows offense was big time. His son's doing a great job at Arkansas. His son in law, doing a great job at old miss. So I think it's, I think it's a higher if it happens. It will be a higher of impact. And I think it will resonate with quarterbacks, especially those who watched Matt corral this past season. I don't think there's a doubt and then an octave, they felt like Matt had done enough to get a Heisman invite, but of course we know that it's always a source subject because they can't invite 12 different guys over to New York City. I want to go back to the conversation of Oklahoma joining the SEC is when we heard about it in media days. I'm thinking, holy hell, let's get this thing done as quick as possible with a coaching change now in trying to get venables under his feet underneath them. Are you in the camp of, hey, let's still try to move into the SEC as quick as possible or hey, no big rush, let's get this thing figured out before you join this conference. Well, I'm the latter now, I think. Nobody really wants to be in lame duck. You know, nobody's ever spent more than two seasons as a lame duck in a conference in the modern era in a conference on their way out. But this is a little bit different in that the buyout is huge. It's 80 million this summer. And it goes down about 20 million every year after that. So that's a lot of money. That's a lot of money for Texas, much less Oklahoma. But, you know, but you might be able to find it. You might be able to work a deal, but now as you pointed out, there's a little bit more incentive to tap the brakes. This recruiting class is probably going to get wiped out. A lot of date commits in the last week vendors to scrambling. He's a good recruiter. He'll get some guys, but this derails Oklahoma for a year or so in terms of building the roster towards the SEC. So I think it'd be wise if they said, you know what? The big 12 wants him to stay for financial reasons. They want to keep them in the league 22, 23 and 24. Keep owe you in Texas as long as possible to keep the to keep the coffers churning. And now I think if you're Oklahoma, you can say, you know, we can sort of see that would make some sense. Brent, a chance to give Bren a chance to fortify that roster. You know, when you go into the SEC, you sort of had to retool anyway, the rigs are a little bit different physically. You know, they offenses in the SEC clearly or playing with the big 12 was four or 5 years ago. So in style, they've become a little bit closer. But, you know, you need bigger design, you need, you need a little more girth. The defensively..

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Calling the hogs here and he's calling us here on the Paul fine bob show joining us coming up right now. How flipping cool is this, man? Like, give me the background of how a deal like this. I mean, working with WWE explain it. Dude, it was one of the coolest things I think I've ever experienced. I mean, I like a lot of other people grew up watching all the time. And they one day reached out to me on Instagram after an aisle at the past and we look forward to pursuing an NL deal with you guys. We're making a big push in this and want to make a big announcement and we'd really like to get you on board. Of course, you know, what do you say to that? Of course. Yes. Whatever you want me to do. And to be able to go and talk to the people and get this whole deal set up in the big announcement today, it's been one heck of an experience. So explain this to me. Before we get into what it exactly is, walk us through the process of whether it be WWE or barbecue join or whatever, getting in touch with a student athlete right now, what are the steps that you have to do to make deals like this happen? There's a whole bunch of them. There's a lot of red tape and everything you got to go across, but for the most part, it just starts with communication. Whether it's through text messaging, phone calls, DMs on social media platforms, but a lot of it's really just communicating first between the athlete and the vendor and then the vendor will go and contact the compliance department as we start to move forward with all this. All right, so one of those vendors was WWE, which I could just see you smile even whenever it comes up every single time. So what does this relationship mean for you? I know they have a performance center down there in Florida, like what does this look for Dalton Wagner and these other 15 athletes that got this opportunity? Yeah, it's essentially just a gateway to show you the world beyond your sport. And the way it was explained to me is that it's like a recruiting kind of deal and they'll take you down to the performance center. They'll show you around all your stuff. They'll show you different venues and places where you get to go work and or would be able to go to work and top of that, you'll do social media promotions. They'll help you out with engaging followers and such. And at the very end of your contract, you have an option to either go to your professional school or your choice or you get an open contract to WWE with a possibility of being able to sign with them. All right, so which route do you think that you lean towards at this point? I don't know. I'd really like to try the NFL first and then after that, I'll go give the WWE. I think it's the NFL is definitely still been a dream of mine as a kid. And that's all with coming back one more year just trying to boost my draft stock as much as I can. And speaking of that too, because you guys have been incredible. It's been such a fun team to watch. And when I say the word team from grant Morgan to bumper to tray line and all these guys, it just seems kind of special with Pittman has brought. When Sam came in, did you know he was going to be this quick of a turnaround in this kind of family environment and fayville? And it's his first meeting. Yes, absolutely. He came in and the first thing he talked about is trying to earn everybody's trust. Everybody's respect and admiration. And he successfully did that and no matter a few weeks. I mean, he turned it around, no one really could see it from the outside when we're doing all of our winter conditioning and to interesting training and, of course, you know, COVID hit, so that's probably one of the hardest things you had coaches, oh crap, now you've got a pandemic to deal with. You're doing athletes aren't in the facility, but he came in and he dealt with it like a champ. And he turned this program around in a matter of a year, year and a half. And he's not a tremendous job. And from his first meeting, everyone on the team knew it. And for this season in four and four in the toughest division, all of college football, you go back and let's say whenever you become a Hall of Fame wrestler down into after a illustrious ten year NFL career, what memory from the 2021 season is going to be the first one you write about in your book. Beating Texas for sure. That was especially it was razorback stadium was sold out. It was one of the cruelest experiences that I've ever seen and I know most of my teammates would probably say the exact same thing. To come out last year, being three and 7 and now you're going into this new year and you got big Texas coming into town and for us to do that. It was the most memorable thing I've ever done in college. I just that environment. My weekend co host Katie George who calls games for ABC was on the field and she goes, this was the first SEC game I ever had a chance to. And I saw the fans rush the field and just that moment. She's like, I'm an SEC fan. So you got at least another adoptee there. Let's talk about your team right now. All right, so if WWE said, all right, Dalton, you're killing it. You're crushing it. We love you. We need one other member of the Arkansas razorback that's going to be it's going to be perfect for the wrestling world. Which one are you picking as your tag team partner? John ridgeway, for sure. Why is that? Big, he's talking and he's, I think he loved Russell and just as much as I did. Okay, so every wrestler has they're kind of that heel. You know, you got to have that opponent that you know there's a little bit of no love loss. Who would be the one person on the other side of the ring that you would have this like, this relationship with it, you just love to hate..

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Scott Hamilton showed ESPN in Charleston and you like this shirt that I was wearing today. I didn't get the memo, I would have worn my Tim couch shirt, maybe my Andy Kelly, 'cause he or cozy or snug, whatever that's called, I would have been on point. I'm sorry. I'm surprised that Paul doesn't have a snuggie in here. As cold as it gets in here, all 75 pounds of them. You know how like smoky on the sidelines? Sometimes, has that yellow of the orange snuggie. That would be hilarious to see. This is Jacob Hester. I think it's a prom picture from 1990 9. Back in the day, puka shell necklaces and also I'm a good look for it. I'm glad I got to see it. He actually texted me today. So now I have there you go. I've got to get one of those. Trust me, you can buy this one for me real cheap afterwards. Scott, let's I was in Atlanta, SEC championship game. We've been talking about it, but everyone's been talking about it. Outside looking in, what surprised you the most of what went down in the ATL? It wasn't so much Alabama won. It was just the dominance. I mean, 24 points and a quarter? That's 7 more, 5 more than Georgia had given up in a game all year. I actually predicted I am going to win. I want to go on record. I will pull the audio, I will pull the tweets. I predict a ban on a whim, but I did not expect that. And now I'm wondering where George's heads at. All right, so what was it that you were telling, because everybody was calling into the Paul fine bomb show? And in hindsight it looks great, right? Like in hindsight, I'm thinking about it. Me and Dorian were kicking ourselves on the sideline going, it was the greatest coach of all time. It was a Heisman Trophy. It Sabin versus Kirby. It's Alabama versus Georgia. How do we not see this coming? But yet I didn't, what did you see that I didn't see in many others in that case? I didn't see it like that. What I saw was we had not Georgia hasn't didn't show to me the ability to come back when it mattered. They had not really been down late. I thought this was a game that if they don't put it away by halftime, I thought Alabama would win because Alabama had shown the wherewithal to come back to do it when it counts. Look at the auburn game. Look at LSU the Florida. There were so many games when Alabama was up against it and showed the perseverance to come back and win. We hadn't seen that at Georgia because we didn't need to see that out of Georgia. I just didn't expect it to be put away at halftime, but no, and especially not after a ten O start and you kind of like, all right, after Washington catches that touchdown, you're thinking, all right, this is going to just be Georgia. This is what we expected. Pat on the head for Alabama and all of a sudden like the undertaker. Nick Saban's like, I'm still here. I'm still Nick flippin Sabin in showing up. I mean, we were wondering if they were going to make a playoff or they're not one. And rightfully so, because guess what? He'll end up winning the Heisman. Scott Hamilton, the Scott Hamilton show in ESPN in Charleston joining us. Let's spend this forward. You talked about where Georgia's head is at. It's an interesting matchup against Michigan because I feel like they're almost a very similar team. You got a couple of weeks to rebound is that you think Michigan or are you thinking Georgia gets back into the national championship on? I don't know. I honestly don't know because they are so similar. If I had to bet, though, if I had to bet, I would say Michigan. Because they're playing with house money, man. They are. Nobody expected them to be here. Everybody expected Georgia a week ago to just go ahead and get its coordination. It's inevitable. They've been number one with a bullet. It's basically since they beat Clemson. Season opener. And you know what's funny Peter is I came out of that Clemson game. I actually wondered how much better is Georgia than Clinton at that point. What was it ten to three votes? And of course, everyone said, well, Clemson ended up being a good team. Well, we saw once they got things figured out and kind of midway the season. I mean, listen, if we had a true expanded playoff right now, teams like old miss would be a problem. Teams like Clemson with the way that they were playing would be a problem, but you're right. There were things that we could glimpse at the first part of this game to where like, all right, maybe they're not great, offensively, but defensively, they're elite. Yeah, exactly, exactly. And what Alabama did to exploit that. I don't know if it was so much schematically. I truly think it was a mental thing. Because what did they see that they had not seen all year? Honestly. Other than an elite quarterback who got the ball out of his hands quickly and did Bryce on things. Right. And that's why Bryce young is going to end up winning the Heisman here in a couple of days. Are you a husband voter? I am. No, you're not allowed to say quite yet. You'll be a red dot on my forehead and black helicopters. I'll speak on behalf of Scott who can not divulge his quote or vote, I would say that you have bright young winning. Can I ask if there were at least one defensive player in your list? Yes, you may. Okay. So you had at least one. Did you have multiple? I had one. Okay. You had one. You see, I want to ask if it was will Anderson's. I hope it was, instead of eating Hudson. Let's go to different direction. We're talking so much about Brian Kelly now over in Baton Rouge. We see the news family. We see the news of Billy Napier going to Gainesville. I'm intrigued about what's happening not necessarily in this conference, but in the ACC. Davo just lost Brett venables over to Oklahoma. It appears, there's more movement today right now with that coaching staff. Is that right? Yeah, Tony Elliot's in Charlottesville right now interviewing for the Virginia job. And that's another big hit. Think about this, Peter. The turnover that they're having. And this happens to Sabin every year. Yeah. He goes through this every year. And I said this when they lost to Georgia in that opener. And we started saying chinks in the Clemson armor. I said, we're going to learn who dabo is as a coach now. Sure..

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Pig Wrestlers

The Pig Wrestlers

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Pig Wrestlers

"But parody the original characters restaurant be fracture american coming to the uk to coach uva faulty. And tim cook into being said want to be a reverse guy and the way they constructed him as a character with a narrative is known. Says you're very nice guy but the things he does make you feel that he's a really nice guy and bring it back to the book. Right you know is reality. You know the things you do or how people are gonna feel about exactly and also don't in storytelling. Don't tell show right which is also really valuable to do when you're trying to demonstrate that you're doing stuff for the startup yeah there's Often the dry to be seen to be busy to be seen to be doing stuff. I mean that's chapter two right. So where are we page. Eighty seven you seduced by the big ideas. Can we do we stop this last week. I think we started last week. We may have got moved digress slightly but we did talk a bit about these ideas that kind of suck all the attention in the room but rarely is rarely a good idea. Start big. it's always. Yes little ideas that grow into. Big ideas are the ones you want to actually back. He goes into into some examples which are are good. You know so. He talks about an idea to do a neil grocery. The loads of effort went into it. And i love this this next paragraph flash forward to today the neo. Grown pre does not exist right. It never happened after three years of planning and hard work during which we enlisted. All cooperation of the city of new york and signed up corporate sponsor agree with that exceeded fifty million dollars. We tossed in the towel dealing with the various civic groups from neighborhood. Organizations environmentalists proved to be incredibly frustrating and the lost momentum. Yeah it gave another example. A small idea as authored out is scott hamilton. Skating tour of new new england is now called target stars on ice. It's an it's fourteenth season back then obviously and it is. It's sixty cities in the united states. Each year southern arena size of madison square. Got some more ideas. turn into big ones. i think that's the the right natural progression. You just stick your fingers and have an overnight success. It takes time and learning for the word to spread right toward to spread. I can't remember who the quotas from something like you know. It takes only only five years to become an overnight. Success cover who said it now. he's probably an success. Five years in the making exactly precisely that. Yeah so i was reading an article about kind of how android mobile phone offering system. That was bought by google kind of started out and it was like literally three three or four guys. You know writing the stuff and apparently having this meeting with. Htc and one of the managers. There was a saying so. Who's going to be writing your pre existing said. That guy over there is what they're used to having hundreds of flight developers are going to be him. He's going to go. That's crazy that he's already done at once. With your system called danger which identified remember. There was like a side kick t mobile sidekick. So do i. So they're they're they're in this meeting with with google and essentially google is beginning to make noises about essentially according them and they're saying look..

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Are back talking. Play james about the alliance conference has been the biggest topic of this week at least in the college football space scott hamilton. Joining us Well known sports columnists and talk show host. Good afternoon scott. It's been too long. However you paul on well and i've got to tell you. The pressure is ramped up because these these journalists to raising the bar. I couldn't do what they do when i was their age. And i'm i'm blown away by health. I'll talented these kids. Yeah there's no way. I could have sat for an interview on a friday afternoon because i wouldn't have been sober. Neither confirm nor did fall on this friday friday at three o'clock i'm doing a television interview. No way was gone. that's let's talk about this alliance. I know you've got some pretty strong opinions. We've seen some of them. You make your living deep in acc country. We just had blake james on who didn't did not exactly endorse the scheduling component of what was Disseminated the other day. So give us your thoughts. I don't what what did they do. Paul other than have a video conference and say the three of us are best buddies forever. We don't acknowledge the big twelve and Please say away. Sec i mean. There's what's on paper paul. I mean it's it's meaningless. It's all your fault. You said embarrassing on a few different platforms. I'm going on the second that i think it's embarrassing. It's desperately desperate is a good word. desperately embarrassing So why did they do it. I don't know. I think they had to just react. Paul i they've they've been positioned as these conferences that are of lesser power that they had no options that there's nothing they can do because the sec is just going to steamroll through like sherman's army and take what it wants win at once where it once and these guys had to react. But how do you react i. There's nothing really you can do but try to try to keep yourself together and it's almost it. Looks it reeks panic and use desperation again. They reacted just react. So let's talk about the acc in particular. I i find them to be. I mean the other. Two are predictable. I mean it doesn't matter what the topic is the big ten in the pack. Twelve going to dance along to the same beat regardless but the acc is different for a lot of reasons number one they have an exclusive agreement with espn which is also a convenient pin yada and all of this and secondly the acc still has a move out there that they perhaps could make. And i'm not really sure why they joined forces in this because they essentially said by singing kumbaya. They're they're not going to do anything to to help. Enhance the brand. And i don't understand that you're talking about is it that faustian deal with at school in indiana. Yes they've got the best arrangement in the world yet notre dame. I'm wondering how much input notre dame ahead in this so-called alliance. That was one of my questions. Point many questions about this. Or we're the school presidents for these three conferences involved. And we're talking. Forty one if you include notre dame did they sign off on this kun-bae you off hand holding session. That they had i. I don't know and the acc it always talks about how it so strong in how they are. You know from boston to miami. How they're a unified front but i get the feeling. They're not in a lotta places. Because you have these schools like notre dame who has its way of doing things. It's whatever it wants 'cause it doesn't have to be a full time member. You have doing what it wants. You have clemson outlier. Because it's the only real football power in the coffers and then you have the ones who are just so just ooh. They won't let go of tradition. And i'm gonna go ahead and say it the tobacco schools that they're just they. They're they're not in for anything progressive they. They hate to move forward into the twenty first century. It's just look at you. See i i i. I'm kinda shot. They did it to be honest especially with the way they were with the big twelve last year. The big twelve people who need help most frightening. Delete them out situation. The whole deal just doesn't make sense to me. Paul still trying to wrap my mind. Scott i'll i'll i'll call james again. Because he i mean he you read a transcript of what he said a minute ago. He didn't make a lot of breaking news but he but he but he made some inferences. I thought were really interesting. We've heard criticism from the usual suspects especially those leagues that have affiliation with fox about greg sankey and espn ramming this down our throat. But he just got through telling us that. Jack's warburg of notre dame who was a four one of the four members of this committee briefed the acc members. And i didn't hear him say there were there were there was any blowback. He's briefing the acc members. He's he's he's the pied piper for the rest of them and he doesn't even have to be a full time member. That tells you the state of everything right now. Paul and you've got these three commissioners who i if i'm wrong paul. These three types commissioners have two and a half years total experience living leading power five conferences. Make two and a half years about About almost two years of that is is is kevin warren. It's a big ten. The other two are are genuine. Rookies jetty and rookies and kevin wardle making them ultimate ricky mistake last year out of the gate thing. We're canceling football. And then everybody else is like no go. Sit at your table. While we go and figure out a save this thing it's it's laughable it's laughable and that that's the best way to describe it the whole thing is laughable in i wanna see something on paper that is truly dynamic something on paper that's revolutionary because right now all we have is is guys patting each other on the back and saying we're in this together when in fact at the end of the day they've already said we are not obligated to vote the same way on anything and let let's get to the field of play We'll start with alabama and miami. Just doesn't i know by next week. We'll have made this into the game of the century part ten but it doesn't unless you think differently. Really feel like titanic matchup.

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Are back talking. Play james about the alliance conference has been the biggest topic of this week at least in the college football space scott hamilton. Joining us Well known sports columnists and talk show host. Good afternoon scott. It's been too long. However you paul on well and i've got to tell you. The pressure is ramped up because these these journalists to raising the bar. I couldn't do what they do when i was their age. And i'm i'm blown away by health. I'll talented these kids. Yeah there's no way. I could have sat for an interview on a friday afternoon because i wouldn't have been sober. Neither confirm nor did fall on this friday friday at three o'clock i'm doing a television interview. No way was gone. that's let's talk about this alliance. I know you've got some pretty strong opinions. We've seen some of them. You make your living deep in acc country. We just had blake james on who didn't did not exactly endorse the scheduling component of what was Disseminated the other day. So give us your thoughts. I don't what what did they do. Paul other than have a video conference and say the three of us are best buddies forever. We don't acknowledge the big twelve and Please say away. Sec i mean. There's what's on paper paul. I mean it's it's meaningless. It's all your fault. You said embarrassing on a few different platforms. I'm going on the second that i think it's embarrassing. It's desperately desperate is a good word. desperately embarrassing So why did they do it. I don't know. I think they had to just react. Paul i they've they've been positioned as these conferences that are of lesser power that they had no options that there's nothing they can do because the sec is just going to steamroll through like sherman's army and take what it wants win at once where it once and these guys had to react. But how do you react i. There's nothing really you can do but try to try to keep yourself together and it's almost it. Looks it reeks panic and use desperation again. They reacted just react. So let's talk about the acc in particular. I i find them to be. I mean the other. Two are predictable. I mean it doesn't matter what the topic is the big ten in the pack. Twelve going to dance along to the same beat regardless but the acc is different for a lot of reasons number one they have an exclusive agreement with espn which is also a convenient pin yada and all of this and secondly the acc still has a move out there that they perhaps could make. And i'm not really sure why they joined forces in this because they essentially said by singing kumbaya. They're they're not going to do anything to to help. Enhance the brand. And i don't understand that you're talking about is it that faustian deal with at school in indiana. Yes they've got the best arrangement in the world yet notre dame. I'm wondering how much input notre dame ahead in this so-called alliance. That was one of my questions. Point many questions about this. Or we're the school presidents for these three conferences involved. And we're talking. Forty one if you include notre dame did they sign off on this kun-bae you off hand holding session. That they had i. I don't know and the acc it always talks about how it so strong in how they are. You know from boston to miami. How they're a unified front but i get the feeling. They're not in a lotta places. Because you have these schools like notre dame who has its way of doing things. It's whatever it wants 'cause it doesn't have to be a full time member. You have doing what it wants. You have clemson outlier. Because it's the only real football power in the coffers and then you have the ones who are just so just ooh. They won't let go of tradition. And i'm gonna go ahead and say it the tobacco schools that they're just they. They're they're not in for anything progressive they. They hate to move forward into the twenty first century. It's just look at you. See i i i. I'm kinda shot. They did it to be honest especially with the way they were with the big twelve last year. The big twelve people who need help most frightening. Delete them out situation. The whole deal just doesn't make sense to me. Paul still trying to wrap my mind. Scott i'll i'll i'll call james again. Because he i mean he you read a transcript of what he said a minute ago. He didn't make a lot of breaking news but he but he but he made some inferences. I thought were really interesting. We've heard criticism from the usual suspects especially those leagues that have affiliation with fox about greg sankey and espn ramming this down our throat. But he just got through telling us that. Jack's warburg of notre dame who was a four one of the four members of this committee briefed the acc members. And i didn't hear him say there were there were there was any blowback. He's briefing the acc members. He's he's he's the pied piper for the rest of them and he doesn't even have to be a full time member. That tells you the state of everything right now. Paul and you've got these three commissioners who i if i'm wrong paul. These three types commissioners have two and a half years total experience living leading power five conferences. Make two and a half years about About almost two years of that is is is kevin warren. It's a big ten. The other two are are genuine. Rookies jetty and rookies and kevin wardle making them ultimate ricky mistake last year out of the gate thing. We're canceling football. And then everybody else is like no go. Sit at your table. While we go and figure out a save this thing it's it's laughable it's laughable and that that's the best way to describe it the whole thing is laughable in i wanna see something on paper that is truly dynamic something on paper that's revolutionary because right now all we have is is guys patting each other on the back and saying we're in this together when in fact at the end of the day they've already said we are not obligated to vote the same way on anything and let let's get to the field of play We'll start with alabama and miami. Just doesn't i know by next week. We'll have made this into the game of the century part ten but it doesn't unless you think differently. Really feel like titanic matchup.

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"From the Biden administration on evacuations out of Afghanistan. The Biden administration says that approximately 16,300 people have been evacuated from Kabul in the past 24 hours since August. 14th the U. S has evacuated approximately 37,000 people. President Biden said Sunday that his August 31st deadline for withdrawing U. S. Troops from Afghanistan is now under discussion. The president has said troops will stay until all Americans who want to get out can get out. And he said Sunday that his hope is that deadline will not have to be extended. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington In local news, Many are mourning the death of a little girl. Um, so, uh, boy, give me just a second. That was Hamilton Township Police chief Scott Hamilton last night during a news briefing to the media. A four year old little girl was reported missing from the turning leaf subdivision and then was found later dead in a pond. So our, uh, kind of our worst worst fears came true. Just before eight o'clock, the, uh, the dive team in the, uh, folks on the boats were standing around the outside of the of the ponder nearby. The rocks were. Unfortunately, they found Emery's body there. In the in the pond. Hughes says. At this point, they're not sure how the little Emery ended up in the pond. But family told police she liked to feed the fish in that water. Police are not suspecting any sort of foul play at this time. More local school districts are now requiring face masks instead of just recommending them. Both Loveland and Laughlin made that switch. This comes after Lachlan said that 28 of their students were put into quarantine last week because of exposure to Covid 19. And students at the University of Cincinnati are back in class. Today, with both courses being offered in person. Masks are being required indoors for all students and staff members, regardless of their vaccinations, Status. Miami and K and N K. You also start classes up today, and masks are being required for them as well. On Wall Street. The Dow is now up to 44 NASDAQ is up 1 71 s and P 500 is up. 36. It's 10 36. Our next update here is gonna be at 11 I'm sarah. Least NewsRadio 700 wlw. When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get some boom. Gotta find yourself a box sweaters. Open it up. Whether cooking something good. Listen, need some fuel for my machine Ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something before I follow other people. Then hop on that old horse of yours and head on down to Roy's, Yeah. Roy Rogers Restaurants invite you to try their new dynamite burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno peppers. Chipotle ranks US Project cheese and Bacon and Roy's They say Howdy and they welcome you to say so come on down to Roy's and havoc. Boy kind of day. Yeah, the dynamite burger.

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on Fore The People

"Boo. Okay, so we've had, we have had Kevin kisner. We have had pat Perez. We've had Harry Higgs. Now we've had you give me your next 5 if you're talking about guys, not even 5. Give me three. Me three of your next guys on the PGA Tour that we need to have that are men of the people that are getting resonate with the everyday guy that aren't, you know, out in the out in their out in their dad's rich, you know, backyard doing highfalutin stuff. We need everyday guys. Give me three guys that we need to get besides Kevin, Harry, you and pat. Stephen boat is just the first one. Okay, he's actually like next week. Steven by far is the best. Yeah. 'cause he got the best stores. Him and then who we go after that. Player was that's gonna be tough, like I said, I didn't play. I didn't play much, hang out much with players. You know what I mean? Like, I mean, it was tough, man. If you went teddy wise, I'd give it like Huey. That used to carry for Scott Brown. He's got some good stories. Like, you know what a thing is. It'd be good to throw a cup of candies in there. So you can hear the size that, you know, you can find out who the bitches are out there. You can find that like, you know, this guy here's really a pussy. You know what I mean? He shouldn't even be like, he shouldn't be saying these things. He shouldn't be doing these things and then I was turning like, wow. He really is one of them. But some of the caddies is who I call up. Like, I mean, I'm being seized.

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"scott hamilton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"scott hamilton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Each sheet is two times more absorbing so you can use less than the leading value brand. So you can get back to the party Bounty. The quicker picker upper now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest. Com Federal government hit born with a $2.5 billion fine for criminally deceiving the FAA about the automated system. That led to two deadly 7 37 Max crashes, But aviation analyst Scott Hamilton says that is pocket change for the aerospace giant has already committed by going to the airline's compensation for the max grounding. The reality is this is, I think kind of a slap on the wrist. The fear of violence by bad actors has one group pulling out of a demonstration plan for every day our state Legislature meets. We have a year's worth of protests in Seattle and Portland. That was Relatively, you know, allowed to happen with no negative consequences, And I think we're now reaping what we So Tyler Miller with liberty at all Hazards, says he's frustrated that lawless protesters make it impossible for others to be safe or heard. Pandemic layoffs are adding to the expected job cuts at this time of the year that come with the slowdowns and retail and construction. Latest report from the state says initial unemployment claims are up 55% from a week ago whether rain overnight lows down around 40 to our Friday when see showers High 46 I'm frank shiners, breaking news highlights podcasts and more download the Cairo radio.

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FAA lifts grounding order on Boeing 737 Max

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:13 min | 2 years ago

FAA lifts grounding order on Boeing 737 Max

"The Federal Aviation Administration just clear the Boeing 7 37 Max to fly again comes Corwin reports. It's good news for the struggling airplane maker. But Many questions still remain. FAA Chief administrator Steve Dixon now has signed an order lifting the grounding and has issued an airworthiness directive detail ng software upgrades and training changes. Bowing must make Lee him group analyst Scott Hamilton says these measures will take time. Take all these 450 airplanes out of storage that they had built and start all over Washington. There are also 387 airliners that were in service that Boeing has to assist the airlines getting those back and service that's going to take a process of over two years after two deadly crashes, Boeing faced grim accusations from victim's family members, including Misha Connolly Ryan, a series of negligence and misleading acts would in an airplane manufacturing company. Specifically, these acts appear to be the result of putting profits before people's life. She spoke on the one year anniversary of the Ethiopian Airlines crash. Boeing today says in a statement it will never forget the lives lost and that the lessons learned have reshaped the company. Corwin Hate Coma

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FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again after 20-month grounding spurred by deadly crashes

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:19 min | 2 years ago

FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again after 20-month grounding spurred by deadly crashes

"Milestone moment for Boeing the Federal Aviation Administration now lifting the grounding order. That has kept the 7 37 Max out of service for 20 months ago, most core would take with the UPDATE. The FAA says. Chief Administrator Steve Dixon signed the order this morning, saying The action follows diligent work by agency employees to identify an address the safety issues that led to the deadly crashes of two max planes in 2018 and 2019. Boeing is humble in response, saying in a statement. The lessons learned from the crashes have quote, reshaped our company and further focused our attention on safety, quality and integrity. Saying the plane is safe doesn't necessarily ensure public confidence. But aviation analyst Scott Hamilton says he would not hesitate to board a Max FAA scrutinized this airplane like nothing before. But more importantly, had transport Canada. You had Europe's Jasso You had Brazilian regulators who had an international team of regulators looking over the shoulder of the FAA. All of them had to be satisfied as well. Much work lies ahead, though Hamilton says re certification. Julie launches a two year process during which Boeing must prepare hundreds of the rent and build planes for delivery and assist airlines with upgrades to their existing Max Is Corwin Heiko, Mo.

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Boeing Reports Third-Quarter Results

News, Traffic and Weather

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Boeing Reports Third-Quarter Results

"Executive, acknowledges his company's lost ground ground to to European European rival rival Airbus. Airbus. Especially Especially in in the the single single aisle aisle market, market, once once dominated dominated by by the the 7 7 37, 37, But But Dave Dave Calhoun Calhoun says says he's he's not not sulking sulking or or conceding conceding and and no, no, I'm I'm not sitting around a second. My phone that were that were disadvantage with respect to our product offering, Calhoun says. There will be a run on new 7 30 seven's When pandemic restrictions eased. The Max is recertified. In the meantime, it could be tough sledding for bowling and its workers. The company just announced third quarter losses of more than $400 million and expects to cut 11,000 more jobs by the end of next year. Analysts think the bowling job losses are mostly going to hit Western Washington couples. Charlie Harder has that part of the story. Aviation analyst Scott Hamilton of the Li Ham company says he doesn't see any good news in this earnings report from Boeing. He thinks most of those 11,000 jobs lost will be local didn't see were born specifically identified where the cuts are coming from. But I'm sure that were coming out of a Boeing commercial airplanes, which, of course, would be principally future sound jobs, Hamilton says the total number will likely be much higher. Because for every Boeing job lost is generally thought 3 to 4 jobs at outside suppliers and vendors get lost as well. Charlie

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Boeing to Consolidate 787 Dreamliner Production in South Carolina

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Boeing to Consolidate 787 Dreamliner Production in South Carolina

"Now confirms it will shut down assembly of the 7, 87 Dreamliner and Everett consolidating production to South Carolina Aviation analyst Scott Hamilton tells co Mo. This is something that's been in the works for a while. It remains unclear exactly how many people may lose their job. Boyd hasn't announced what the number is. The governor indicated he thought it would be about 1000. Boeing employees has yet to confirm that and for every bowling job, there are three or four indirect jobs that'll be affected as well. There are other reports. I could be closer to 900 workers who may be laid off. Hamilton says. It costs less for bowing to produce a plane in Charleston. And the Everett plant isn't large enough to handle production of the newest Dreamliner model of 7 87-10.

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Boeing to move all 787 Dreamliner production to South Carolina

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Boeing to move all 787 Dreamliner production to South Carolina

"Report last week suggested Boeing would make the cost cutting move of consolidating its Dreamliner operation by moving it out of Everett is calls Brian Cover tells us a second source is confirming such a move. When the rumors started that Boeing was considering packing up. It's 7 87 Everett operations. The company confirmed it was looking into the possibility We asked analyst Richard Aboulafia with the Teal group at the time. If this was money related, you know, I'm afraid it is three factories, money, money and money. The company's taking a very short term focus here saving costs now, even though Boeing isn't officially confirming at the Wall Street Journal is the publication says Boeing will make the announcement as soon as this week that it will move the entire Dreamliner line to South Carolina, where consolidation will take place. That likely means layoffs here, not just on the line, but four suppliers throughout the region. Aviation consultant Scott Hamilton says the Charleston plant is quote the obvious choice because it's the only plant that builds the seven eight 7-10. It's a non union plant, and it has lower production costs. Brian Calvert Camo News

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Delta to Use Frequent-Flier Program to Raise $6.5 Billion

Marketplace

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Delta to Use Frequent-Flier Program to Raise $6.5 Billion

"Airlines in a move that should surprise exactly nobody said the date needs to borrow $6.5 billion, an airline executives said the other day, the company is losing $27 million a day. The interesting slash surprising part of this deal is the asset. The Delta is putting up his collateral, its frequent flyer program marketplaces, Justin Hose, going to explain exactly how that's gonna work. Frequent flier miles aren't only meant to build customer loyalty there. Also a product that airlines cell Samuel Angle a senior vice president with a consulting firm, I C F. He says The buyers are credit card companies and the quite a card companies in turn, give those miles to consumers as a reward for using their credit cards. Angle says Miles are a money making machine for airlines. At the beginning of this year, the programs of the four largest U. S. Airlines together had been valued at $77 billion if they were Stand alone Businesses airlines, Khun Tap these programs to raise cash. One common method is to pre sell miles the banks to get cash upfront. Henry Harteveldt is president of Atmosphere Research group, he says an airline can also spin off the entire program is their candidate did in 2005 no airline, though, until recently has leveraged its frequent flyer program. As collateral against a loan earlier this year United put up its loyalty program is collateral for a government loan. Harteveldt says. It's a creative way to raise cash at a time when air travel demand, especially by their more profitable business fliers has fallen off the cliff. Airlines have other creative ways to raise money. Scott Hamilton with the aviation consultant Seeley him, company says it's common for airlines to pledge their planes as collateral for loans, even their headquarters and airport gates. But the frequent flyer program is to me the most creative and the most visible sign of the desperation that the airlines urine the risk for airlines, Hamilton says is taking on too much debt. That could make it harder for them to recover from the current slump.

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Boeing Will Halt Production of the Grounded 737 Max

First Light

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Boeing Will Halt Production of the Grounded 737 Max

"Seven thirty seven Max has been grounded for more than nine months and Monday the company now still temporarily temporarily halted halted production production of of the the plane plane workers workers will will be be reassigned reassigned to to other other positions positions and and not not laid laid off off for for furloughed furloughed analyst analyst Scott Scott Hamilton Hamilton the the Li Li hand hand companies companies they they want want to to retain retain the the skilled skilled labor labor because because a certain gonna need skilled labor to restart production hills Richard ABA Lafayette tells us this is a crisis that's reached a new stage stopping production for a month or longer is certainly going to send ripple effects into the economy and if

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Boeing’s Crisis Grows

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Boeing’s Crisis Grows

"Symbols be a is where we begin the program today the Boeing Company a global aerospace manufacturer as the company itself would surely like to remind you buddy company-owned at the moment for the fatal problems with a single model of a single plane the Boeing seven thirty-seven Max still grounded still driving Boeing's share price lower and the effects of which are still spilling out into Boeing suppliers and customers and the economy as a whole marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets us going let's start with the airlines it's not like air travelers see a bunch of empty seven thirty seven Max planes grounded on the tarmac but mcadoo unikrishnan at airline weekly says this is affecting the industry free tickets against what they expected to have in their fleets and now for example in American and South West cases they have twenty odd fewer aircraft on that means fewer routes they can serve meaning fewer options and higher ticket prices for flyers Boeing is trying to get regulators to recertify seven thirty-seven Max as safe to fly so airlines will start taking delivery and ordering new planes again. The company hasn't stopped production but it has slowed the assembly lines for more than fifty planes a month to just over forty says analyst Scott Hamilton at the Lee Ham company near Seattle if they further reduced production. Then you're gonNA start seeing some layoffs labor force and administration you may be an engineering although they've got their hands full as it is how about the impact the US growth overall Paul Ashworth at capital Economics says Boeing has slowed its purchases of raw materials and airplane parts which is contributing to the slump in US manufacturing so I mean what's been going on at buying has been factory this has has the strike at General Motors but some analysts still think the company he has a bright future here's Jim Corridor at cf are a research feel looking backwards a lot of blame too it's time to the company if you looking forward Boeing is one who companies in an industry that has seeing very high demand they will be generating profits for a long time he says when Boeing does start selling 737 Max aircraft again they'll be priced cheap to move I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace Boeing's board by the way meeting as we speak in San Antonio Texas today

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Fortnite Streamer 'Ninja' Reveals Why He Doesn't Stream With Female Gamers

Liberty Talk Programming

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Fortnite Streamer 'Ninja' Reveals Why He Doesn't Stream With Female Gamers

"This gamer Nadje Who apparently the most popular guy on twitch, says he's not doing streams, with women because he. Doesn't want to wind up not only putting. Himself in a situation where there rumors but her. Too but the woman as well and. They say here it's more. Than anything. Else a stark reminder that when it. Comes to equality. Within the. Gaming industry and society at large we've still got plenty of work to do why Let me finish reading the article before you start asking questions they. Say don't blame ninja though blames systemic sexism within the industry change has to start they stay with us is, individuals so if you, want to see this sort of behaviour curbed were all going to have to work better on it together and you remember gamer gate from a couple of years ago right yes that's what they're talking. About here where you've got people that will harass. Female gamers over every little thing if the most popular gamer in the world on twitch was a woman and she refused to game with men I would support her but I would suspect if, men came on. And made spurious allegations are. Aspirants allegations were made, about them or whatever that. They would receive harassment online two from the males that follow those female gamers and there's lots, of males that follow female gamers I think that Yeah I'm not sure that I agree with. That Claim that some. Men harass women simply because they are women some men do some women dislike men simply, because they're men and they do things too and that there's an equal. Amount of that and that doesn't indicate sex what I heard, in this article doesn't indicate sexism to me it indicates there is a the top gamer in the world for whatever reason as a man. And that he doesn't doesn't the top gamer the world does not participate with the other sex in order to protect them and themselves from harassment that I. Agree with the idea that that indicates sexism. I did not hear in. Indication

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