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Inflation Has Affected These Everyday Food Items

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:52 min | 3 d ago

Inflation Has Affected These Everyday Food Items

"Mind, inflation is attacked on the poor. Wheat bread in 2018 under the Trump era cost one 95 per pound or a loaf now it costs three 19. Under Biden and the Democrats, that's a 65% rise. The cost of white bread has skyrocketed four years ago. It ran consumers one 29 per pound. Today, it's two 79. That's a 116% spike in price. Listen, your pocketbook can not keep up with this spike in inflation. While the prices spaghetti in September 2018 was a dollar 20 per pound, America's go to pasta now cost a dollar 84, meaning it's risen in price by over 50%. Now, consider this sugar sugar, that also happened to be obviously something that people use a lot four years ago. It cost 58 cents per pound. The day it costs 80 7 cents per pound flour is even worse. It's a 70% increase with flour. In 2018, under president Donald Trump, it was 47 cents per pound. Today, it costs 80 cents. Milk and cheese. This is where it gets really scary. Obviously, you need protein to survive. The cost of an average of two 90 chicken breast cost an average of two 90 per pound during the Trump midterm era. Today, it's four 99 per pound. That's a 72% increase in just a few short years. That lets you know how important the person is in The White House and who sits in Congress as well. Ground beef. Another staple is up. Three 74 per pound in 2018 to a staggering $6 and 29 cents per pound.

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U.K. inflation tops 10% on soaring food and energy costs

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

U.K. inflation tops 10% on soaring food and energy costs

"Britain's traits of inflation has risen to a 40 year high outpacing the U.S. and the rest of Europe climbing food prices in a cost of living crisis that is being fueled by soaring energy prices has seen Britain's inflation rate surged to 10.1% in July the rise was higher than analysts forecast of 9.8% according to Britain's office for national statistics The increase was largely due to rising prices for food and Staples including toilet paper and toothbrushes Unfortunately many economists believe worse is to come the Bank of England says soaring natural gas prices are likely to drive consumer price inflation to 13.3% in October It says that will push Britain into a recession that is expected to last through 2023

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:27 min | Last month

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Would you say that Virginia and North Carolina would be more attractive to the SEC, assuming that we come to that point? The conversation that we all have ten years ago when that round of real-life what was going on and we were at peak cable, we all pay for if we get the SEC network, we pay for it. Whether we see it broken out on our cap bill or not, we are paying for it. And that amount could be a slightly over a dollar within the footprint per month per subscriber. That adds up. So North Carolina and Virginia are the two most heavily populated states that don't have an SEC or a Big Ten school. So if you want to say where would the money be for two conferences that have successful cable channels as both of them do, that's where the money would be. Because you do get the brand power of each brand power of, say, Clemson and Florida state probably is more than that. But that's real money. Millions of people, dollar or so per month over and over and over again that adds up. Talking to Andy Staples India, which gets to the field because that is what ultimately draws those eyeballs wherever they are. As you and everyone else makes that turn from all the off the field stuff. What intrigues you the most heading into the season? Well, you mentioned that dear Andy question I got about Georgia's offense. It started out with, can we just say that that's been as good at quarterback? And I'm happy to say that. That's the minute it's good at quarterback. I know there's still people out there who think Carson Becker or Brock van de graff is going to overtake him, but sure feels like it's his offense. And I think the way he played in the national championship game definitely justifies that. And so what will George's offense be? And it's interesting to me because we've been watching all these defenses get smaller and smaller and smaller to deal with the spread offenses. I mean, Nick Saban has talked about this a million times. They weren't equipped physically to play with the old myth of 2012, 13, 14, Texas a and M when they got in the SEC. So they had to change what their people looked like instead of 260 pound Dante Hightower in the middle of linebacker. Now that person weighs in the two 30, now they're outside linebackers would have been safety before. Well, it's a cyclical sport. So what do you do if everybody got small? Will you get big? And that's what you're going to see from Georgia. You've got Brock Bowers, is their best receiver who happens to be 230 pound tight end. But they've also got during a Washington who only caught ten balls, but the average 15 yards to catch, he's 6, 7, two 65. You post a third and 5, you post them up 6 yards down the field. Who on the defense is supposed to cover it? And then they bring in Eric Gilbert, who is the LSU transfer replayed for them as a freshman in 2020. And he's 255 pounds, and he can move. And all of a sudden, you add them to some pretty good receivers on the outside, AD Mitchell we last saw him catching a touchdown pass for the national title. Then you've got done a blalock coming back healthy curious Jackson coming back healthy. All of a sudden, it's tough to cover these guys because they're going to go huge. They're like, they could go 5 wide if they wanted to. They could go four wide and two or three of them could be over 230 pounds. These defenses now are not equipped to deal with that. So I'm fascinated to see what those matchups look like because I think Georgia can really take advantage of that. Andy Staples always fun to check in with Andy. We will see you soon, Andy. Thanks so much for the time as we begin the program here on a busy, busy Friday afternoon, your phone calls around the corner. We will talk to Scott rabelais a little bit later on about the LSU quarterback situation. And how about this, the father of the BCS, one of the great gentlemen in college football history, the legendary Roy Kramer, the former SEC commissioner joins us later to talk about the chaos in the sport. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. So it is late summer and we asked a question, what is

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:02 min | Last month

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Friday. Welcome in as we're in net August now and that means a couple weeks from now, we won't be here. We'll be on a college campus and that sounds quite nice. So let's get going with some headlines, speaking of college campuses, everybody has been a practice for a few weeks now and down at auburn. Can a special freshman make a difference? Camden Brown. He's a big bodied receiver and they need him because last year, auburn's offense just could not crack up enough production to get coach out of harm's way. Meanwhile, over in the west, down in the Bayou, Scott rabelais reporting, Jaden Daniels, the leader in LSU's three headed race, he's good. He's got a lot of starch too out in Arizona where he was the starter last year at ASU. Miles Brennan has got a lot of experience, but he keeps getting hurt. Meanwhile, nus Meyer needs a few starts. Dear Andy, wake up thinking about writing a letter to the athletics Andy Staples. I'm going to try it right now. Hey, dear Andy. Well, ala will, Georgia, having a lead offense. How long can Harbaugh coach? What about that fine bomb guy on TV? Let's find out by bringing in the aforementioned Andy Staples Andy, good afternoon. It's three weeks before the season, actually two if you think about the week zero, what are you doing on this fine Friday? I'm just shaking with anticipation for northwestern Nebraska and Dublin in two weeks. I can not wait. It's unbelievable. Have you been to Dublin? I have not. I have not been to Dublin. I have consumed a lot of guinnesses, but most of I've come. It's the only team Nebraska beat in the Big Ten last year within they had an aggregate score that was the same against the other ones, but they lost all the weirdest season ever and Scott frost has until October 1st when his buyout drops to show that he still gets to keep the job. So I'm fascinated by that game, even though it's probably going to be somewhat ugly. So speaking of the big Tim, let's start there, because they have, they have owned this week, and they may own next week or the week after as well. Once this television deal is officially announced, everyone's a pining on it. Your thoughts on what it means, especially to a league that has played second fiddle to the SEC for considerable time. Well, I think from a financial standpoint, they haven't been playing second fiddle to the SEC and I'm not sure people understand that. This isn't a new thing that the Big Ten is seriously cashing in on a TV deal. They've been doing that. It's just the way this one worked out. They basically are kind of showing have changed because when they did these deals 6 years ago, there was a thought, okay, maybe they won't sell a package. But even back then, it was, well, you can't not go to ESPN because any ESPN won't talk about you. And if ESPN doesn't talk about you, are you really there? It's like the tree falls in the forest kind of thing. But the way we consume everything is so spread out now. We all have our podcast or your show or our favorite fan site. And we don't necessarily get all our conversations starters from one place anymore. We go to where the game is. The ESPN, Fox, whoever's broadcasting the game, we're going there. We're going to watch the game. But we're not necessarily taking our conversational cues from one particular place. So the fact that they don't have games on ESPN anymore, no offense to your employer, I don't think it's going to matter for them. It's not going to keep anybody out of the play. I was going to keep it people are going to stop talking about Ohio State and Michigan just because they're not on college football live all day. You know, Andy, I'm glad you said that and I work at ESPN and I found that take of some of our colleagues to be really out of touch with reality. This is 2022 and you mentioned it. You can get information anywhere anytime any place and it's not as if fox is not going to fill that void on Saturday morning with something else. It's pretty obvious what they're going to do and what the Big Ten is going to do. And quite frankly, you're right about the money, but it's just from a perception standpoint, I think it was a really good week for the Big Ten, not that that takes away from any of the SEC bravado. It's going to be there primarily because the SEC wins the game that matters and I'm not sure anything has changed in relation to that. But what does it all this mean, by the way, since we're talking about the SEC to the SEC as Greg sankey sits there and watches the attention go elsewhere, does that motivate him to make a move, whatever that move could be? I don't think it necessarily changes much for them because I still feel like UCLA USC move was in response to the SEC picking up Texas and Oklahoma. I don't know that the SEC needs to go on the offensive. I think that the 16 they've got are pretty good. If they could pick the ones they wanted and get what they wanted, which I still think because of the fact that they have a very successful cable network and that does not necessarily matter in all expansion stuff, but does matter for them because they make a bunch of money off of it. And in fact, we're on it right now. But Virginia and North Carolina actually probably are the two most attractive for them if that's what they wanted to do. But again, that ACC grant of rights, I'm not sure anybody's going to break it. And just talking to people in the SEC, I think they're not going to act like they want to have them break it. They're not going to put themselves in any danger of getting to. So those ACC schools would have to figure that out themselves if they wanted to do anything different. So I think the 16 in the SEC has the plan they have going for it, they're going to be just fine. And really it will come down to Greg sankey and Kevin Warren hashing out what the college football playoffs are going to look like. How those games help participate that gets paid out because I think that's the next step is they're going to split a bunch of money with that. I would imagine it will go to several different networks that they'll cut it up. And there will be a lot of money involved. And is it a deal where the more teams you get in, the more money you make? Well, I would say that benefits the SEC and the Big Ten, but maybe the SEC a little more. Andy, you said something interesting a minute ago and I understand the principle of it, but maybe for those who only look and see, hey, Clemson's one, two national championships, large state has won one recently and others previously. Why would you say that Virginia and North Carolina would be more attractive to the SEC, assuming that we come to that point?

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:20 min | 2 months ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Andy Staples joining us here from the athletic Andy, how are you, sir? Good to talk to you, buddy. I am great, Brad, and I hope you have mentioned that you had the greatest idea for a trophy game in the history of trophy games. For those who don't know, brayden has long endorsed the idea of Michigan and Wisconsin playing every year for the right to control the upper Peninsula. And I think it is the most brilliant trophy game idea in the history of college football. First of all, Andy, I love how your brain works that you remember that nonsense. I appreciate that. But yeah, the UP, man. It's attached to Wisconsin. Michigan people claim it now, I guess. Why doesn't Wisconsin in Michigan play for the rights to the upper Peninsula for the UP every year? I think it's a great idea. I think it'd be a great game, like a giant bowl of mackinac island fudge goes to the winner, something like that. Oh, that's tremendous. Andy, so there's been a report, of course, a couple of guys Matt Hayes Dennis dod saying that the SEC is going to stay at 16 four now, which is sort of like me reporting that my wife and I are not pregnant for now. At least well, if she was, it would be big news. If you were, it would be massive news. Right. But you get my point though, right? Like I don't think that there was ever any movement coming for the SEC. No, they were not going to make the next move. Something drastic will have to happen for them to make another move, but that's not to say that won't happen. But this screams to me, hey, ACC. We're certainly not tampering with any, anybody's grant of rights here. Like, we're not bothering those schools. If they want to do something and then maybe reach out to us, that's fine, but we are certainly not reaching out to them. And then I think the only there's really only one school that could ring up Greg, thank you right now and be like, hey, we want in and he'd be like, okay, cool. Would be Notre-Dame. And it doesn't really make a lot of logistical sense to do that. I mean, if Notre-Dame decides that they want to give up their cherished football independence and join a conference, at this point, the Big Ten being basically a nationwide conference in their name being a nationwide playing and recruiting school, that probably makes the most sense. And I think Andy Andy Staples joining us here bring all in for Paul and the Paul find bomb show ESPN radio. I think it's more of like if there's a breakaway and the only path to a playoff spot is if you are in a conference, like it's mandated, then I think that Notre-Dame gets pushed maybe into the arms of the Big Ten. But again, I don't think they're doing anything anytime soon either. They don't have to. They're in a position where they can wait and see. But here's the thing, they're going to have to get together. And this is something Greg, thank you, has been warning people about for the last few months. They will have to get together and come up with a playoff plan because there is no plan past 2025, stadiums are not booked, hotel blocks are not like these things have to be done years in advance or there's going to be some pipefitters convention that X is you out of where you want to be. So you've got to actually start talking about this stuff and it's created this weird chicken egg thing. Like we're going to find out whether it's the chicken or the egg because we'll see which actually happens first like the playoff format or the schools ultimately aligning in the way we think they're going to align for a while. But at this point I don't know what comes first. I think that's kind of fascinating. Yeah. What's interesting is I think you could solve some of those problems by just playing all the games at host locations in home stadiums where college what a crazy idea. Playing college football and college football stadiums where they're meant to be played. Maybe on Saturday's two Andy, how about on Saturdays maybe even think about that? Listen, Braden, let's not go crazy here. Here's an interesting angle though to consider about playoff expansion. I am, I don't know how the timelines line up, but Greg sankey in that four person playoff expansion committee said they had been working on this expansion concept for two years. We know that Texas and Oklahoma goes back to about January of last year. Give or take. So in theory, in theory, if the group of conference commissioners had voted to expand and they had given the PAC 12 and automatic bid and the big 12 and automatic bid and all these teams and the or even not giving them an automatic bid was it said 6 of you the top 6 get an automatic. Does that stop the Texas Oklahoma USC UCLA move in your opinion? Or at least or at least delay it some. No, because the Texas Oklahoma move made too much sense for them. And USC and UCLA have been agitating in the PAC 12 since it became the PAC 12 and started doing equal revenue sharing. Because they always thought, hey, we should get more. And they did get more at one point. And so it was probably bound to USC especially. UCLA is a little bit different. And I realized they had debt. But USC probably probably wasn't going out of partner anyway. But USC has been headed down this road for quite some time. Andy Staples joining us here on the Paul find bomb show brayden Gaul in. So for now we know things are maybe going to calm down a little bit, but we know that there could be a West Coast combination merger of some sort coming between the big 12 impact 12. Do you think there is space if everyone's concerned? And I'm a diehard college football nut just like you. If everyone's concerned about the big business approach to college football, the consolidation and losing the charm and not raising another generation of football fans, is there a place for counter programming where you on the West Coast could say, look, we're going to take that 10 p.m. Eastern Time slot. We're going to be packed 12 after dark. We're going to take the best schools from the big 12 in the pack 12, put them together and say, look, come watch BYU, Utah, because we're still what's great about college football from a marketing standpoint. Is there space for that in our game? FX presents the old man. In Afghanistan, they called him to beast that eats everything. 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The Three Trashy Women Who Damaged NYC Bel Fries

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 2 months ago

The Three Trashy Women Who Damaged NYC Bel Fries

"July 3rd, pearl azoria, 27 to Terra Valencia 25 and Tatiana Johnson 23 were asked to pay a dollar 75 for extra dipping sauce. The women went ballistic, tearing down the plexiglass COVID guard along the counter, ripping out the cash registers, hurling glass bottles and stools, one of the employees needed a staple in her head. After being struck by one of the cash registers, she hasn't been able to leave the house since the attack. Fry cook Rafael Nunez, who captured the insanity on his cell phone, said, I felt so angry because I couldn't do anything. These are ladies, I had knives in the shop, but I can't use those. Yeah, look what happened to Jose Alba. He used a knife to defend himself and they hauled his butt off to jail. The assistant district attorney Kelly Moran requested grand jury proceedings for placencia and Johnson and the two women are due back in court next month. Yeah, next month. Now they're home. Party and having fun and probably laughing at the system that encouraged them to do this in the first place. One of the women is apparently still behind bars. You know why? Because she allegedly hit a police officer while she was being arrested. Yeah, what nice nice girls. Kind of girls you want to bring home to meet mom and dad. Just trash. Just trash garbage.

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Trial winds down in shooting death of rapper Nipsey Hussle

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Trial winds down in shooting death of rapper Nipsey Hussle

"The murder trial of the man charged with killing rapper Nipsey Hussle is starting to wind down next up in the case closing arguments both sides have now rested their cases in the trial of Eric Ronald holder junior who is charged with the murder of rapt starred Nipsey Hussle and attempt at murder of two other men who will also shot those arguments are coming a day later than they were originally supposed to hold his attorney says his client was punched and cut with a razor by two fellow jail inmates on Tuesday Aaron Johnson says the motive is not clear but the damage to holder was He appeared in court with swollen eyes and Staples closing a wound in the back of his head A Moscow's Gabriel

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Sebastian Gorka Analyzes Leaked Draft Opinion of Roe v. Wade

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 5 months ago

Sebastian Gorka Analyzes Leaked Draft Opinion of Roe v. Wade

"Said gorka had a great monologue last night on Salem news channel. Let's play that Yuri. I want you to see and hear what doctor Sebastian gorka said, this aired on the Salem news channel, which is why you got to get the app download the app. We hope you're watching as well as listening to us on this great radio station. Sale news channel 24/7 and here was a unique video that doctor gorka posted last night shortly after this leak from Politico was revealed. Okay guys, the elite document from the Supreme Court has dropped less than an hour ago. This is an initial analysis. Number one, first thing, most importantly, this is all the proof you need that the deep state exists in every part of the government, not just the federal bureaucracy, but also the highest court in the land. Some left wing clerk or even a left wing associate justice has said we will break all precedent, never before, as a pre decision document of almost a hundred pages, then leaked to the press. This has been done for one reason alone, to sabotage the Supreme Court and to intimidate those who wish to send this abomination roe V wade back to the states. That's the first thing. Number two, we are winning. Not only science on the side of the pro life movement, this issue is so at a culminating point, the left has to attempt sabotage to stop it. Thirdly, this is the Democrat plan. They have no other platform with the state of the economy. The war in Ukraine, the disaster Afghanistan, the prices just for Staples, they can not pain on what they actually said they would do.

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CNN+ To Shut One Month After Debut

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:02 min | 5 months ago

CNN+ To Shut One Month After Debut

"Network subscription service is folding after just four weeks after its launch in late March. According to The New York Times, CNN plus will cease operations on Saturday, April 30th. CNN launched on March 29th and was offered either a $6 a month or $60 a year. In addition to its on demand library of services and films, CNN plus featured live online programming hosted by CNN Staples and anchors who were poached from other networks like Chris Wallace and NBC News Cassie hunt. After just a couple of weeks, it was such a failure that they had to scrap it all together. They were planning to spend a $1 billion on it. Chris Wallace, okay. Chris Wallace left the left Fox News and came to CNN and has been a total failure. CNN plus is just another example. Of the forces of market gravity working against. The woke. So you have Twitter

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How People With Machiavellian Traits Cash in on Claims of Victimhood

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | 6 months ago

How People With Machiavellian Traits Cash in on Claims of Victimhood

"We hear a lot about victimhood these days. In fact, victimhood is one of the kind of central themes of one of the major political parties. The whole politics of race of identity politics rides on the concept of victimhood. And here's a very interesting study, I see it on a website called psi post dot com. It's essentially psychological research. It's an article in the journal of personality, and social psychology is written by a whole group of academics and Brandon stretch and Carla, you know. Anyway, the theme of the article and the study is this. They're looking at people who have a personality that is sometimes associated with what's called a dark triad, a dark triad. What's the dark triad? Well, it's narcissism. It's psycho pathological conduct. And it's machiavellianism. So these are all personality traits, narcissism, of course, the sense that I am the center of the universe. Psychopathology or basically pathological, in other words, you are fundamentally you have no clear sense of right and wrong. You operate without a clear moral compass and machiavellianism you are very manipulative and you see the world, including human relations in terms of power, not in terms of fundamental values or decency. Now here's the point. They studied these personalities, people who are in this so called dark triad. And what they found is that these people are extremely good at exploiting victimhood to get what they want. They're not talking specifically about the race context, they're talking about the fact that we know when we hear about victims, it automatically arouses our sympathy. We go, oh man, that guy was obviously listened to him. This is a person who will obviously had a hard time, their ancestors had a really hard time. What a life they've had they've led. We need to reach out and help. And what the article is showing in the study showing is that some very bad people have realized that this is actually a staple part of human

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:41 min | 6 months ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Show podcast. We welcome all of you back. It's great to have you with us, and let's get to some more phone calls here. And we will get to a phone call right now. Let's go to Andy from Staples. Andy good afternoon. Welcome to the program. I wish I was from Staples. I mean, we don't have that building in LA name for us anymore, but I take the cash flow. How do you feel about that? Having your name taken off one of the vaunted arenas and all of the NBA. It hurts my heart, Paul. The corporatization of all this stuff. I mean, how dare they name it after a crypto company when it was historically named Staples. It's like, you know, I'm from the old school poll. I like names that are organic, like Wrigley Field, oh wait, that's a gum company that named that field. So yeah, no, I would like it, but now I don't get any more Staples Center references and it's funny because my name you think there's a lot of ways to make fun of it, but they're all really lame. There's nothing particularly interesting about it. And there's also no good nicknames. Annie, there's some concern this week as if this just happened. I know you've written about it that suddenly the power 5 may be shrinking to the power too, but I thought it was already the power too, didn't you? Yeah. Yeah, I think that was established quite a while ago and I think the closer we get to the Big Ten sign in its new TV deal and that goes into effect in the 2023 football season. I think people are going to it will hit them over the head a little bit more because the distance between the SEC and the Big Ten and everybody else is just going to be enormous. And I think it's frustrating if you're a fan of a team the ACC or a fan of the team impact 12 with big 12 because you've been told it's the power 5. These guys are equal. And before that, you had the teams in the big east that were told. It's the BCS, all these teams are on the same plane. But the market just hasn't worked out that way. And it's not fair, it's not just, but it is the way it is. And when the Big Ten does this deal, the distance will be huge. The SEC will be the only one even in the financial neighborhood of the big tent. Yeah, I was looking at that report that you were referencing and I want to get to you because I had somebody asked me, well, okay, so what if the SEC and the Big Ten payout a $110 million in the big 12 has Hayes out 43 million? It seems pretty obvious what that how that matters, but beyond coaching salaries and everything else, how does that gap differentiate the Big Ten and the SEC with literally everyone else? Where does that money go? It is coaching salaries, that sort of thing. And the thing that's interesting about it, Paul is and I know you have Matt hibs on later from the classic city collective. I am very curious to see how much NIL and all this other stuff changed how people donate money. Do they donate money to go directly to the players? Do they donate money to go to the school? Because if the amount people want to donate to the school goes down or goes toward the players, then the things you're going to need for capital improvements coaching salaries, that sort of thing. That's going to come from your conference payout and your ticket sales and all that other stuff. So the teams that have the bigger conference payouts are going to be able to afford the better coaches and have the better facilities and all that stuff. Let's get into that because I know you've written about the value of NIL and where it all goes from here. That's all we hear about. We hear about NIL. We hear about the transfer portal and that's just about it. So dig a little bit deeper into what you've heard in reporting this story. Well, it's interesting. I wrote a story today about collective. And I realized they're not officially attached to the schools, but they are. And so if you're looking to get some players, who are you going to get? Who are you going after? Are you going after quarterbacks? You're going after offensive linemen. And we've seen a very big deal that everyone thinks is a quarterback. And everyone thinks he's a quarterback going to an SEC school. And my thought on that was, so these 5 star quarterbacks, they got a pretty high bus rate. So is there another position group that's a safer bet. So I went back and looked at 5 star recruits from 2003 to 2017, figured out, okay, how successful were they? I made a scoring system that was based on whether they were starters, all conference, all America, Heisman finalists where they got drafted. And we're trying to figure out what's the safest position. If you are spending money on players, what is the safest position to do it? And I thought, oh, it's definitely going to be de tackle offensive line because the big guys who are ready made, they're hard to find. They're sure things. It turns out they're not. So if you want to, if you want to spend your money and have a good chance of getting a good return on investment in terms of that player being good, go find a 5 star safety. Those guys tend to hit. And I think the 5 star corners were number two in that group. And so if you really want, go find the Derwin James, the Eric berry, the Patrick Peterson. That's your guy. You're going to have to take the risk on the quarterback because he may bust, but you got to try because the guy I found who scored the highest in this and it shouldn't surprise you is the guy who would have made the.

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:14 min | 6 months ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Favorite pleasure, good afternoon. We've made it to Thursday, a lot happening. The NIT final tonight. We talked to buzz yesterday we will be interested in that, the women begin tomorrow night and the men on Saturday will cover it all for you right here. Let's get going. With some headlines and, oh, snubbed. Come on. We talked to bugs Williams last night. He's sound like he's in a pretty good mood, but he's also pretty determined to let everyone know that, yes, they are going to win the NIT and let everyone chew on that one. How about that? Do you remember who won the NIT last year? We'll tell you who won the NRT about 5 hours from now. Let's get going here with some more headlines and before we get too deep into the program and Alabama are they ready or not? Unleash the best pass rush. Well, when you have the best player in football, it doesn't hurt your pass rush Anderson Turner toe to toe. That's a lot of sacks. Beware if you're a quarterback on the other side of the ball. How about a new rivalry? Tennessee football. On this, did I read that correctly? What's all that about? Oh yeah, lane kiffin. I keep forgetting he remember he tossed out the golf ball the other night and his almost promptly lost three straight to Tennessee. Are we going to see Tennessee and all this? Notre-Dame LSU, Oklahoma, southern Cal, Miami, and Ohio State. Those are rivalries from yesteryear. We're not probably not going to see too many of those because when the SEC expands with Oklahoma and Texas, I don't think Tennessee will miss is going to be one of the games that we see. But the plan, it has not been worked out yet, should be that we see every team sees the other. We'll see every team within two years. That's the working plan as we speak, much more on that. Later on, as we get through the spring, but right now, let's tell you what we're going to do today. Andy Staples. He's on top of everything, Matt, hibbs, with the classic city collective. That's a word you better get used to hearing. Jordan Reed from ESPN. How rains, executive editor, The New York Times, he's from Alabama, we'll talk about a very incredible moment that he played a role in more than 40 years ago and Andrea will join us from Minneapolis. The site of the women's final four. Somebody tweeted this out. Two best coaches in the state of Mississippi. Dion and Michael H. Yeah, Mike Lee right now is zero and two against lane kiffin, who had a little bit to say about that. Nick bol trophy. I mean, nothing against Mike leech, but how do you, how do you rank Mike leech ahead of lane kiffin, who has had his number the last two years. Now, Dion, that's another story. After all, he's got a lot of experience. We are going to begin your phone calls right now at 855-242-7285. Is that am I reading that correctly? Vic calling from Austria, where it's probably what? 8 O four, is that right? It's 9 O four. 9 O four. Okay, I got my Australia. Austria standard time wrong. Where are you in Austria? In Vienna. My grandmother was from Austria. But not from Vienna. So tell us what's going on there in Vienna. Well, before I get to my question, I just want to invite handsome Joe to Vienna. And if you'll bring me some vine sausage and saltine crackers, I'll take him to some fine art museums. Yeah, you know, there's so much culture in Vienna from classical music to art. I don't know. I'm something tells me that handsome Joe is probably not interested in going to where Beethoven wrote some of his greatest works. Would you agree? Well, it'd be nice to hear him report from like the porcelain collection at the CC museum. I hope so. Okay, hi, Paul. I remember the very first call from your Louisiana process server. And it was a good call. And while I don't want to plagiarize his format for fear, he'll retain a real lawyer, I'd like to borrow from his format and ask 5 questions that require one answer. Okay. Number one, not according to the number on the paycheck, but according to the value to his organization, who is more underpaid, Sabin or sankey. Good question. Are you asking me to go to number two? Okay, I'm going to say underpaid would be sankey. Number two in 15 years will Vanderbilt be in the SEC. Yes. You won't tell Jeremy foley up as the gold standard, but given the state of facilities when he left and the millions paid to fire coaches, do you still consider him one of the best? No, I do not. Do you think low and mid level schools that have zero chance of ever playing in the playoff will break away and form their own league, which adheres to the old scholarship only format. Vic, yes, I do. The number 5 if Jim hadn't heard his shoulder in junior high school some 65 years ago, what archbishop merino still be in Birmingham and.

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Live updates: Turkey renews effort to mediate in Ukraine war

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Live updates: Turkey renews effort to mediate in Ukraine war

"You cleans a presidential adviser says the southern city of my U. poll is partially under siege and Ukrainian forces a pushing back Russian efforts to surround the city LXI iris to Veach says the humanitarian situation is tense in Mariupol well the Klingon authorities continue talks with Russian and international organizations on a humanitarian corridor to evacuate residents and supplied food staples in the country elsewhere battles involving S. strikes and artillery continue north west of Kiev and the city of Kharkiv and other cities in the country's northeast a coming under heavy strikes to however you Klingon defense force is still holding on to the northern city of shiny heave while Ukrainian artillery have been defending Odessa from repeated attempts by Russian ships to file on the Black Sea port city I'm Charles the last month

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Ron August the next year. Okay. And then start a whole new civilian life. I grew up an army brat in south Alabama so I've been the military brat, and that almost 26 years and figure out what I'm going to actually do for 11 once I get out. Well, it sounds like you whatever you do, you are well prepared for it. First of all, thank you for the call and thank you for what you've done for all of us in your many, many years of service. You'd be well. Take care of yourself. We're heading to a break. We have Andy Staples next on the latest with auburn. At some point, we will move on. Probably soon. But Andy will join us in just a moment. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Supercuts moments that matter from the first draft podcast where Mel kiper junior Todd mcshay and field Yates is there a quarterback worthy of being drafted number one overall because no player has the ability to influence a franchise more than a young quarterback in. Is there one this year? Absolutely not. And I could say a 1000% no. And how high will you move Kenny Pickett from pit up? How high will you move Desmond Ritter Cincinnati? Todd already set. He doesn't seem to have Ritter as one of his top quarterbacks. Matt carral, old myth. You think about a kid like Malik Willis liberty who struggled down the stretch. He really had some struggles to re INT against Louisiana Monroe. Middle Tennessee state saw what happened late year when the competition got a little bit better. So a rough game guy's old miss. Now that's not his fault. You can't go just on just quarterback when your team's out man. They couldn't block them. You can't pay them if you can't block them in football, but the quarterbacks they answer your question feel nobody is then that top tens at a category right now. In fact, when I look at my big board, I see Kenny Pickett at 19 Desmond Ritter 20, Mac pro 22. Malik Willis the 28. Yeah, it's interesting because just looking at my grades on this year's class versus last year's class and talking to a couple probably three or four different people over the last month or so in the league for evaluating this quarterbacks already. I would say the same thing as the people I talked to in the league and that said, you would be jumping off at number 6 in terms of quarterbacks if you were trying to stack this year's.

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:39 min | 8 months ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Welcome back. It has been a remarkable show so far and we still have an hour to go. We'll get more of your phone calls in just a moment, but Andy Staples is waiting to come on and we look forward to chatting with Andy. Certainly, a lot of conversation about the playoff. Where is Jim Phillips up to? He's the ACC commissioner for those of you who are wondering. Andy, good to have you back with us. So two weeks removed from the national championships, still trying to figure out what the future looks like for the CFP. How are you and tell us more? I'm good. I'd love to know two Paul. I thought they came up with a pretty good plan and I heard George cliff cough on the show on Friday talking about how, well, nobody told us the plan and it was four guys who came up with this and it shouldn't have been revealed to the public. I think it was the reveal to the public and the reveal to us was a calculated move by the people who came up with it, Greg sankey and bob bowlsby and jacksboro brick and Craig Thompson. I think they knew that a 12 team plan was going to need some massaging was going to need some selling. And they got it. They got it sold. And I think there's a lot of people who look at it and go, hey, this kind of meets everybody's needs here. But now you have other conferences saying, well, we don't need to do it so quickly. And it seems like the inciting event that made people say they don't need to do it so quickly was Texas and Oklahoma going to the SEC. And if that's the only reason because you're mad, the SEC made the move that you would have made and the SEC commissioner was one of the four people who created this plan. That's a bad reason to hold it up. Now Jim Phillips and the ACC has said, hey, there's a lot of change going on. Don't really know how the sport's gonna be governed in 2026. Maybe we shouldn't be making any knee jerk decisions. That part, I understand. I understand why you would want to be cautious there. But I don't know how long you want to be cautious if it's to the detriment of your league. The ACC hasn't really been left out of the playoff much. They've had Clemson and they have the year they had Clemson and Notre-Dame when Notre-Dame was playing the ACC. But Clinton doesn't get good again, the pressure might ratchet up a little on Jim Phillips to get something done. Andy, I want to go back to what you said and I thought clear cough very compelling individual and even though I didn't agree with any of it, he had me nodding my head going, yeah, that makes a lot of sense. But this thing came out, sometime in June, the Texas Oklahoma decision was huge. I 22nd or third when it still lies do you remember anyone saying they were against the plan from the moment it was formally announced about where they were heading until Birmingham and the Texas O you revelation? No, it's amazing how the opposition popped up right when that popped up. But listen, if I'm one of the other folks, I do understand why you would want to pause on that. Because you had two of the people involved, you had the commissioner who was taking the schools and the commissioner who was losing the schools in the same room, formulating this plan. So if you ask Greg sankey and I know you have, he's going to say I can walk and chew gum at the same time. I can concentrate on membership of my conference and concentrate on my duties as one of the commissioners who manages the college football playoff and was put on this subcommittee. That's what his answer would be. I don't blame the other commissioners for kind of side eyeing that. But the thing is, if you boil it all down, the plan they came up with is the best plan for the PAC 12, which needs expansion for the big 12, which needs expansion for the group of 5, which needs expansion for the ACC, which if Clemson doesn't get good again, really needs expansion. And for the Big Ten and the SEC, which would do really well with a lot of that largest. So again, I fail to see where anybody loses in this deal and they all make a ton more money. So again, I'm not entirely sure what the problem is. I feel compelled to ask you about something you've said twice now. And I'm really curious because I'm wondering the same thing. And it's only one of the absolute premier programs in the country that we're referring to. And that's Clemson with all the changes losing another coordinator on the offensive side losing its storied defensive coordinator. Where do you think that program is right now, Andy? I'm not bailing on him yet. I do think it's funny that when Davos Sweeney finally takes a transfer it's a quarterback who was already there before with hunter Johnson. But listen, they've done really well over the years. They've shown that they can recruit that they can develop players. I understand why davo wants to hire from within and keep that culture the way it is because they've had a culture where people really want to play there. I mean, they hardly ever lose players to transfer unless it's over playing time and usually it's because they've already graduated and had a good time there and just really want to get some snaps on video. I don't predict the demise of the Clemson program. I'm not doing that. I think if they guess right with Kate club Nick, the 5 star quarterback they've got coming in, that they're right back where they were. But the ACC really needs that because I don't see Florida state doing that. Miami, maybe I'll do it Mario Cristobal. We'll see North Carolina. Could they do that? You're talking about you need somebody who can compete with the Alabama's in the Georgia's in the Ohio State. Clemson is the only one built to do that right now. So if they have another down year, that's going to be a problem for the ACC. Talking to Andy Staples, we were talking to Scott rabbi earlier about the LHC situation. It almost seemed impossible to gauge where we're a program is right now, especially that one with everything that is going on in the portal. I'm curious where you are right now on Brian Kelly and ill issue. Well, Brian Kelly's been successful everywhere he's been. I know a lot of people don't like him, but they don't call it feelings ball. It's football. He's been successful at grand valley state at central Michigan Cincinnati and at Notre-Dame. My guess is at LSU with every resource at his disposal, plus some really good players he's inheriting on the roster. He's got to do pretty well. Sometimes I think we overthink this. This guy has wanted every level. So I think he's going to win there. Now, will he reach the heights that Edwards run reached or that less miles reached? I think it's possible. I mean, he had Notre-Dame playing at a very high level where the job that the degree of difficulty for the Notre-Dame job is higher than the degree of difficulty for the LSU job, even if you are in the same division as Alabama and as Texas a and M so I think he's going to be just fine there. I know a lot of people say, well, I didn't like the way he acted at Notre-Dame or yelled at a lot of he's a football coach. You know, he's going to win at LSU because he's won everywhere. He has. And I want to ask you two weeks removed almost two weeks removed from Georgia winning. Other than fans being excited and jerseys being sold and a lot of exhaling, what has changed for Georgia moving forward? I don't know that anything's changed for Georgia. I do feel really bad for the fans of my Alma mater and the fans of auburn because what are they going to do now that they don't have the 1980 jokes anymore?.

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:04 min | 9 months ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It is 27th of the month in case you were wondering and so far it looks like another college football bowl game has bit the dust. We're watching closely out in Arizona and it may not be the only one today. We've already had a couple over the weekend. Wayne is up next to hello Wayne. Hey, bob. I've been watching your show for quite a long time now. Thank you. It's a real good. You can get on there and hear anything from a really good conversation about football and to some kind of Jerry Springer or you know. That's the nature that's the name of the game here is to try to be as abstract as possible. Absolutely. But I got a little something for Dale. Tell him to quit complaining about what Alabama does and other colors quit working about. When the coach is going to retire because he's going to retire when he feels like he's not good. So have you ever have you ever heard anyone more obsessed with Alabama than Daryl in your life? Not that lives in Georgia. I feel badly for Daryl because this was supposed to be and maybe it's still will be. Still may have another shot. But the disappointment of Darrow is running buddy down in Georgia that they thought this was the moment and parole Nick Saban just won't give them their due. Yeah, I really think that even though, you know, we might get a chance to play George again. I think the outcome will still be the same. I think at least I think the build up will be different. I think everyone will be on the Alabama train this time. That is a prediction that I feel comfortable making. Thank you for the call. Fernando is up next in Arizona. Hello Fernando. Hey, how are you, Paul? Great. Thank you. Yeah, I am just listening to people and I'm watching the news, the national news, and I really hate the way this game is setting up for Alabama. It doesn't look favorable. It looks favorable. And I think we've, you know, or maybe a little overconfident. I mean, what are we 13 and a half point favorite? To win? Yeah. That's true. Now, Alabama, I mean, you can point to anything you want. They are not one of the great big favorites. Some of their worst losses have come as big favor. So they were pretty big favored against Ohio State. In the slot 7 years ago, and we all know about Texas a.m., but I think Cincinnati is a very difficult team to read because they really didn't play an Alabama like schedule and they did have a they did have their huge win over Notre-Dame and Alabama is for the best team in the country. He's been pretty erratic. Well, they've been dying to get in. Like the first year, a team like that has been in there. You don't think they're going to be ready? No, they will be. And everyone, everyone in the country will be pulling for them, which has absolutely nothing to do with the outcome of the game. But I understand, I'm sure Saban is very concerned because he was at auburn the week before the SEC championship game. He tells how close that game was. Yeah. You know, he loved the Red Bull that was given to him. You know, we're giving them the rat boys on this year. No, you're right. Look at Albert. We had like a, you know, those little percentages don't help us either. You know, was it 91% chance we should, where does that come from? It is interesting that if you could go back and I'll include myself in the conversation of all the things that we all said going into the Georgia game and the second that game was over, they went out the window. They were just thrown out like yesterday's garbage. They still matter. I was on that was on TV the other day with somebody, and I was doing the usual, and he said, he countered back saying did you see how Alabama play this year? And the answer is obvious, yes. We also Alabama play 13 times. And about 70% of the time, they gave Alabama fans fits, even though they won all but one game. Well, they did. They get and you know, I mean the thing is, the game is set up perfectly for Cincinnati and it's terrible for Alabama. I mean, how do you get up with that team? I mean, you can say it all day long and all my business like that Andy Staples play. He was on there. He said, well, I think, and I'll never pick against him again. That's why he's picking Alabama now. But the thing is, you know, he was wrong before. When he think George? That's the situation where I borrowed my own rule because I decided over the last ten years to never go against Alabama, but what Andy said is true. It seemed obvious that Alabama was going to lose that game. And I know there isn't an Alabama fan in the world that believes that now, but many believe it at the time. We don't need to be looking what's going on in the Georgia Michigan game. Well, the good news Fernando is this. The Alabama game starts Friday at two 30 local time in Dallas in an Alabama. So nobody's going to be paying attention to what happens that night because the game will follow. But it is, I hear you. And it will be one of the themes of this week as we work our way to AT&T Stadium on Thursday. Let's take a break here. We have been through there's only been an hour. I guess when Daryl calls, it feels like time just stops. But we are one hour in. We'll talk to John, talk to you about the mindset of Alabama. He lives in Alabama, of course..

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:22 min | 9 months ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hold all of you here on a Monday as we begin to wrap up the year. It's great to have all of you with us and we sorry to have missed you last week, but the network was a little bit darker than usual. Lights were out, and we're happy to be back here. I hope you had a great Christmas. And we march on toward the new year with a lot to talk about. Let's get started. And how about this? O'Brien and maroon. Still expected to coach in the CFP, no Alabama players currently in COVID protocols. COVID unfortunately has been the story of the last couple of days in college football and pretty much every where else. But the teams in the CFP are looking very, very good. Anyway, Georgia is in Miami and feels a little bit different with Dan landing calling the plays for Georgia as he also double dips now the head coach at Oregon. Ball games, trouble everywhere, two more ball games have been canceled. I think this is now 5 games that have been affected, there have been replacements, but since you may have last looked at your news channel, the military bowl gone, Boston college in east Carolina. The ball gone SMU, Virginia, Hawaii, Memphis and Hawaii, the game was scrubbed last week. Of course, Texas a and M unable to play in its bowl game and there's some late stories developing about other games, but to CFP games are the ones that we are concentrating on most of this week. And they are in pretty good shape. Meanwhile, Dan landing is the new ducks coach show. We told you that before we took the break, he is in Miami, though. With the Georgia bulldogs. Andy Staples joining us shortly, John toldy from male dot com will also listen in on some of the press conferences at the CFP reminder. We will be in Dallas. I mean, we're planning on it. I don't think anything is guaranteed these days. But we are planning on being in Dallas on Thursday, getting you ready for the Alabama game, of course, as well as the Georgia game in Miami. We'll be going back and forth between Arlington and the orange bowl down in Miami. So that's where we are glad to have all of you back with us. The phone number has not changed in case you were forgotten. It's two four two 7 two 8 5 and actually is that phone number? No, 855-242-7285. I've already forgotten to spend so long. 8 5 5 two four two Paul and we'll always enjoy hearing from you. Why don't we dispense with the frivolity and get right to the calls? And say, hello to John first in Louisville. Hey, John, good afternoon. Hey, welcome back and you're off a week and you'll already got Alzheimer's. But at least you meet new people. As long as I remember your name because it's written in front of me, John, we're in good shape. Hey, Paul, you know, when you're gone, we get a better appreciation of you and the show in my daughter mention it. She said, you know, last Monday, Paul is not Andy, he gets fired. He said, no, no, and besides he part ways. Well, not you said the call. I didn't mention the big Donald tissue, but that's still heart hurts. Yeah. I know. Where's my name? It's not on the work schedule. Anyway, she said the interviews aren't as good and a lot of the mean girls were done. So it just wasn't the same show. But I said you'd be back this week. So I have two questions. First of all, will you be able to get the archbishop bomb before the end of the year? I'm glad you brought that up. I talked to archbishop Marino the other day, and we are talking to mark about that. We are going to have him on soon. The schedule this week is a little bit up in the air, but he will be on very soon. We'll give us a heads up day before. It's a segment. I think we all have very, very much appreciate. Second question is regarding the CFP coaches. We all know about the great coaches at George and Alabama. I'd love it if you could get an interview with Luke fickle. I never thought he got a fair chance at Ohio State and he's done a wonderful job. And then you've been really complimentary of Jim Harbaugh lately at least and I'm just fascinated. It's an all American quarterback heisen finalists, I think, 15 years in the NFL and in fact he coaching AFL. I think he went to playoffs three or four years, but I know the team was good last year, but I just love to hear from both those coaches. I think they've got fascinating backgrounds. Well, we will definitely work on that. We'll see if we can talk fickle in the dropping by on Thursday, hey, thank you, John. And all the best to your daughter. I appreciate her remembering me. Let's continue will is in North Carolina. Hello, will. Hey, Paul, good. Good, good that you're back. So thank you. I felt this even before we've been having these COVID issues and I mean everybody knows COVID down the faded, but I almost feel like there's too much downtime in between the end of the year and when both season gets kicked off, is there going to review issues in college football, I mean, it will be doing with COVID for the next few years. I don't see why we can't speed up both season by a week or so. You know, well, I agree with you. We go through this every single year. And the excitement in the momentum of the season just runs out of gas. And by the way, it's not coming. It's not. You're not going to feel it this week because it's too convoluted the way we do it. And even though we have arguably the two biggest games in college football this year, it doesn't feel like it because the great part about the regular season it builds to a crescendo and there are upsets and we had the championship games three and a half weeks ago and then it just goes off the map. And the one thing that I will say four or 5 years from now when we ever get to the 12 team playoff, it would be different then. But until then, we're going to get this. And forget COVID. COVID has nothing to do with it. I've covered college football for plenty of years that there was no other obstacle out there. And it's the same. And I'm not going to waste any more time talking about today, because nobody is listening and no one cares, but we wonder why the NFL has three times the ratings as college football and that's the reason. Yeah. Other than the Hilton stuff, I mean you're given an option given you're given in players and auction to opt out, which I mean, it's in their best interest, but to me, I'm a die hard fan, but I've lost interest out in everything else. So. Well, you're right. You do give a lot of opportunity for that. And thank you for the call. That's a big debate. And everyone has different opinions and will certainly listen to yours. But this year, more than any other year, you have so much change, the transfer portal, you have some teams that don't have a quarterback who have COVID issues who have injury issues who don't have coach coaches. I mean, Florida played a game the other day without a coach. We've seen we've seen other teams do it. College football in spite of what you'll hear over the next few days about what great shape it's in is in a world of confusion right now. We'll take a break. We'll talk about that with our next guest. Is Andy Staples from the athletic. He'll join us right after this. You are listening to the Paul find show podcast. Hello, everybody,.

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hear much from the Big Ten. So I guess, you know, when urban Meyer came on scheme on the scene in 2007, he had this new scheme. He had this new plan that changed college football. And it made sense. But nowadays, we really don't have any coaches with a new skiing or something that's everybody's pretty much running the same type of offense right now. It seems. And the defense is in Anderson tweaks. But it's going to come down to the recruiting. And as you know, right now it's still Alabama Ohio State, Georgia, Clemson, but I don't know how long Clinton is going to be around. And with the portal, I think this is going to change recruiting the world and I don't think it's going to change it for the better. And this Michigan saying, you know, Michigan is this classless. I guess it's because they haven't been to the highs and ceremony in a long time. I don't know. Whether it's coach Harbaugh and his chief shots at a house date or Josh gad is saying or song. You know, you'd never see a House state do that. Penn State doesn't act like Jordan doesn't act like it. Alabama Shirley don't act like that. I mean, you don't see many programs today that now again, a lot of them don't have the rivalry that Ohio State Michigan have. I'll give them that. And yeah, they've been down for a long time. But what I tell you what, they think that Michigan that they were the better team that day, and they had the better players, now they can think that. But Ohio State didn't play well, had 20 kids of the flu. I'm making excuses. They won the game. Congratulations. I think it's great and important that Michigan be a good team and only helps the Big Ten Conference. What are they saying that they are the better team? I don't know about that. I just don't know. And finally, this thought about Kirk her being a Homer. Kirk harp street had to leave Ohio and moved to Tennessee because Ohio State fans founded him day and night for not being at home for not being more supportive of Ohio State. So this idea that her streets this huge Ohio State Homer versus Desmond Howard, who's just the classless punk. I mean, you know, that's fine. Every year on every year, the aim of the season, he takes biscuit in the top 5. He has the last ten years in a row. So if there's any Homer in this, it's definitely not the Buckeye people. And so congratulations to Michigan. Good luck to them against Georgia. And as for the television Las Vegas and his comments that the SEC isn't the best conference sir, I don't know what you're drinking. I don't know what you smoking. I don't know what you're taking. But you need to put it down immediately and stay away from the pump because I'm a big or house day honk and a huge big thing on. But I know the SEC is the best football in college football. And if you don't think so well, you obviously just don't know anything about football. So Paul thanks for your call. Thanks, face the call. Thanks for your time. Merry christia. Thank you very much. Ben, thanks for the call from Akron. We head to the break. So 90 minutes to go on a late Monday afternoon..

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Analyzing Kyle Rittenhouse's Defense Team With Jenna Ellis

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 11 months ago

Analyzing Kyle Rittenhouse's Defense Team With Jenna Ellis

"Bring up we were addressing in the last hour the ridiculous claims by the assistant DA there Krause Jim crows Who would somehow imply that Kyle rittenhouse was under some legal obligation to get into a fistfight with rosenbaum First in a Jedi again I'm not a lawyer that's obvious I wasn't investigated though I'm quite familiar with the law It's absurd It's like suggesting again Ray Lewis or Lennox Lewis or Mike Tyson approaches you in the street and throws up their hands and you're under an obligation to duke it out with him first before you pull a fire That is nowhere in the self defense code The essential component of many of them I don't know every single state law but the essence of it is you a reasonable person would be in fear of an SPI serious physical injury or death Is it not that's like the staple of self defense law in just about every state Absolutely And Wisconsin under waxing and I'm not an attorney in Wisconsin but that appears to be the same standard here And clearly the prosecutors were arguing bad points of law And this is where I think it's interesting that the defense didn't object And now closing arguments opening statements those aren't evidence And so you have to be careful as the defense training You don't want to object too much as if you think they're making a good point that you don't want the jury to hear But if I'm the defense attorney and I've done this before in trials is actually objecting to say wait a second That's a myth characterization of the law And just so we're clear judge would you reiterate And kind of put yourself on the side of the judge Like judge would you be helpful Because this guy is so bad he doesn't even understand that he's articulating the law terribly right now Could you please help the jury out thanks so much and make yourself look like you and the judge you know what you're talking about And that guy is a

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:00 min | 11 months ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"AT&T may temporarily slow data speeds at the network's basic restrictions and acceptance may apply. Watching a clip of Dan Mullen jousting with the media about the narrative of all the yards gained against Sanford Mullen talking about the significance of that, the media pushing back and Mullen saying that you guys may have already made up your mind. Well, let's talk about this with someone who tries to be objective. And that's Andy Staples, a great writer for the athletic and a great talk show host as well. Andy, I know you wrote a very significant piece recently on Dan Mullen, so I'll sit back and let you explain what you have been seeing down there. And maybe where this state of the program is right now. Well, Paul, you just heard me, 'cause I'm the one who said, but you realize that was against samford and you have to consider that as well as part of the story. And Dan says, well, that's your narrative. Well, my narrative includes all the context. You know, those guys always get mad at us saying we cherry pick the facts and leave out context. Well, if you're gonna talk about Emory Jones setting a record and how many yards through four and start comparing them to Tim Tebow, well, yeah, Tim Tebow set the all time single game yardage Mark. I believe in the sugar bowl against Cincinnati. Cincinnati team, I think that was undefeated at the time and had finished in the top 5. It was not against Sanford and it was not where the starter was in the game against Sanford because Florida had to score at least 53 points to win because they gave up 52 to samford. So that's where they're at. So now, I do not blame Dan Mullen for what he says about celebrating. Because yes, you should celebrate everyone. He's right. You should absolutely celebrate everyone. And I thought he said it very well when he said, I'll celebrate any win and I've never celebrated a loss. Like when they lost to Alabama by two. He wasn't celebrated. And so I think that's perfectly fair what he said. But the problem is, he's sort of played himself into a corner here. Because he can't really say anything overly critical publicly about the team right now, because I mean, you saw the way they played in South Carolina. You saw the way they played against Stanford. I mean, they look pretty ready to pack it in. So if you start bashing them publicly, well, they can just pack it in against Missouri and Florida state and be done with this whole thing. But so I get that. But the problem is when he says stuff like that when he tries to make Florida fans believe that what they saw on Saturday was some great thing. Well, they're insulted by that. So that's the problem. He's sort of between a rock and a hard place here. Andy, not to reiterate exactly all that happened Saturday, but in a nutshell for those who were not watching, and that would include a lot of people because there was no reason going into watch. What happened? What did you see, especially from the Florida defense? It was a game where neither defense could stop the other offense. There were very few stops in the first half. Florida's defense finally came around midway through the third quarter and that's when it sort of settled down and then began to look like an SEC team against an FCS team. But the first half, it was just up and down the field, both directions. And remember, Florida had justifier had just fired Tod defense coordinator. And this was a move that the fans have been pushing for for a long time. Dan Muller had been resistant to do it. They fired him after South Carolina because I suppose the volcano must be fed. So they fired ran them and John hevesy, the longtime offensive line coach, who's been with Dan Mullen since both of them work for urban Meyer back at Bowling Green. So they make that move with grantham and the thought is okay the defense will get better. Well, it turns out, maybe grant them was the one keeping the defense from being worse. It may be that they don't have the personnel. I mean, you probably should have known that when you watch the LSU game, when LSU's running the same couple of concepts over and over and nobody can win a one on one match up, that's what that tells you. That's why what happened against South Carolina happened? That's what Missouri will try to exploit with Tyler Beatty. That's what Florida state will try to exploit with Jay star Corbin. So that's the issue they're running into is I don't know that there's a fix to that right now. And the problem is it's gotten so far along, I'm not sure what Dan Mullen can do to bring it back, because it's not like he's sitting on a top 5 recruiting class that you can say, well, you can't get rid of me because I've got this class coming in. He doesn't even have that. So he's going to have to work some magic here these next two weeks. This is it. Oh, let's talk about reality versus all of us throwing opinions against the wall..

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Fears of rising baguette prices pose crunch for the French

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Fears of rising baguette prices pose crunch for the French

"Hike in the cost of wheat is alarming French households who feel a possible rise in the price of the price but get seen by many as a barometer of the country's economic health what we see and take up the tray of freshly baked now many blown Jews around from putting up some customers that the long crunchy staple could be going up in price by forty six cents from its average of just over a dollar Montel what you think but one expert says the price for but it has only gone up about twenty five cents over the last twenty years the bread industry crunch has been linked to a thirty percent worldwide increase since September in the price of wheat off to bad harvests in Russia I'm Charles the last month

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"To have Andy Staples with us as we reach the midpoint of the college football season. Andy so good to have you on and I don't know if you always hate to stay start with the most obvious question, but what are you intrigued by right now as we head into the weeks week 7 of the college football season? Good afternoon. I'm intrigued by a lot, especially in the SEC this weekend because how does Alabama bounce back at Mississippi state and what can be a pretty tough environment, I guess a defense that has defense people call it kind of like the triple option of defenses. It's one of those. You've got to be pretty careful in terms of preparation. And so how does that offense recover? Because it was as surprised I wasn't how Zack calzada just came on and kind of blossomed before our eyes in that Alabama game. I was also surprised at how well Texas a and M got to Bryce young and how much they disrupted Alabama's offense and got pressured. So what has been to be taken? That's a good defense with pretty good up front, very good corners. Are they going to be able to keep Alabama scoring down or is Alabama going to be able to fix some of the things that we're playing against? And that one and then obviously Florida LSU because I think a lot of circumstances and with most ADs and most situations, that game at Kentucky would have been it for at orser on, but I know Scott Woodward has not fired a coach. This season yet, I didn't do it with ty willingham. He didn't do it with Kevin someone. And also, they don't, there's not an obvious interim. I know it's Mickey Joseph. If you go to the organizational chart. But that doesn't seem like the easiest thing to do. So if Florida comes in there and wins the way Vegas is predicting they will and 11 a.m. local start could be a few empty seats at Tiger stadium. If that happens, do you do it then? Because it sure seems like it's a fade accompli at this point. Man, I love it when somebody uses words like that. And my question, though, and this is just technical, but with one more game before the bye week, do you think losing to Florida at home would pretty well wrap it up or because the old mis trip would be a fader comply, wouldn't it? Yeah, here's the thing. LSU still has enough talent, even though they've lost some of their best players. I mean, the Eli rix things just yet another blow. But there's still talented enough to beat most of the teams left on the roster under the right circumstances, but it's almost like the moon and stars are going to have to align for that to happen. It's actually somewhat. It feels a little similar Paul. Remember it's going into the Florida game last year where that was when Eric Gilbert lost the team that week and they lost a bunch of guys before that. And they sort of galvanized the team. And I kind of wonder, does that do they have a similar thing here? Watching the Kentucky game, I don't know, it's hard to predict that. I don't necessarily see that. But I don't know if it matters when at this point. I just, I'm a big, if you got to do it eventually you got to do it immediately kind of person, Jeremy foley at Florida used to say that. I believe Henry Kissinger coined it. But I just, I don't you kind of run the risk of something weird happening. If you don't do the thing, you were going to do eventually. LSU has a history of this, not with Scott Woodward, but back when Joe oliva wanted to fire less miles in 2015, he floated out there, it gets written about and locally, it's all anybody could talk about. And if you talk to somebody from Louisiana during that period, it was like, oh yeah, they're going to far less miles. They should have fired in years ago. And then that last week when you get to the Texas a and M game, it starts to go national and everybody nationally is like, why would you fire less miles? What are you thinking? And he gets carried off on everybody's shoulders and now you're stuck with less miles for other off seasons when you're going to fire him anyway. And sure enough he got fired four games into the next year. So I don't think you leave the door open for weirdness. If you know what you're going to do. Understand. And losing, what would that be three straight losses, two at home, for four overall? There's really nothing left to figure out after that. Is there? No, I don't think so. I mean, and people will say, well, I can't believe you would fire somebody two years after winning a national title. It happened at auburn. When it happened at auburn, what happened next, auburn won the SEC and was 30 seconds away from winning a national title. So they made the right choice in that situation. And it I realized it's harsh and they did just win a national title, but you should be really good at LSU every year. Like that's the baseline. Really good is the baseline. And if you can't do that too bad years in a row.

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"70% of those guys never returned. So all I'm saying is, I don't think this is right for college football. If a player goes down and it's my son, the stadium's booing them. Nobody does outraged better than James Franklin's. For now, still the Penn State coach. Let's get to the guest list and then your phone calls, Andy Staples, always good for some chuckles. Steven a Smith is not on the show today, but Steven M is, I've been mazell returns after a long absence and champ Bailey. He's a Hall of Famer in both college and pro ball. He's a Georgia great. We'll get his take on the big weekend and the dogs. And your phone calls, 8 5 5, two four two 7 two 8 5. Let's begin with Kyle, who is in Alabama, hello, Kyle. All right. Quite well. Thank you. Well, they were talking about the injuries in the ten states, they can injuries and the pain of saying, our game, you can go back to the Texas a and M Alabama game. Texas a and MP 50 players were falling down after Alabama, I got 6 and 7 yard gangs. And then the very next play, they were just running back onto the field like nothing happened. So I mean the coach and all of them have a point about the players faking injuries and all that because I may see it a lot now. So the only way that stuff like that's going to get fixed is if they change the rule where the player has to sit out for a couple more plays, if they tend to take injuries like that because Texas a and M was doing it all night. They were faking injuries left and right, coming right back into the back on the field, but that's still not excuse for a while much to lose the football game. And then, you know, Paul, you was on the show the other day with miss Heather, talking about y'all had bet the house on Alabama not making the play? Did I hear that correctly? Well, let me explain. The segment was introduced as would you bet your house on Alabama being in or out of the playoffs? I would never bet my house on anything. So I mean, that's a little bit hyperbolized, but yeah, we did say what you heard us say, though. Right. These rankings are really don't mean nothing to me that I mean, Alabama steel controls their own destiny. They got to win out and then play. That's great. That's where we have watching and listening right now. So in your heart of hearts, you believe Alabama will still make it to the playoffs. If Alabama can just get to it, and we all know that Georgia will choke it away. They choke it away every time they play Alabama or whether it be in Atlanta or whether it be on second and 26 for the national championship all. Everybody knows Georgia can't close the deal and on the Dallas Cowboys fan also. And you know, George is just like the Dallas Cowboys. They roll through the season, but when it gets to the playoffs and it gets to the big games, they'll choke it away. Roll fireball. Pat is up next in Georgia. Hey pat. Hey, Paul, thanks. I beg to differ on that. However, I have a double heartier repair this morning and I'm on pain pills and ice, but talking to you for a few minutes is the best medicine. So here goes. Well, thank you. By the way, if today shows like yesterday, I may meet I may need some of that pain medicine to get through the end of it. Absolutely. Absolutely. Listen, I think I'm all in on Georgia and you are too, and I think it'll be, I don't know. 35, 38 to ten Saturday. And Georgia is going to make it all the way to the natty. I think Alabama is is still in control of its own destiny, okay. It's still next segment and it's still Alabama. And I think we're going to meet him in the SEC championship and I think Kirby's going to beat Nick this year. And that will that will probably put them out of the natty. Your thoughts? Yeah, everything is based on today. Pat and a week ago, I probably would have disagreed, but you can not argue with what George is doing. It's historic. And we're not even really seeing their best effort on offense yet. And I think that will still to come. Ron is up next in Kentucky. Hey Ron. Hey, how you doing, Paul? Ron, what a pleasure to hear your wonderful voice. Well, thank you so much. It has been a while, but my goodness, I'm on cloud 9 being the oldest UK fan of all you're listening and viewing audience. Okay, just for the 5. How old are you? I am 86, Paul. And you're the one. I have been a just a few years my senior, didn't you challenge me to like a race or something that long ago? I did. Paul and I just competed in the Kentucky singer Olympic Games and came away with ten gold medals in track and field and you have agreed to race me in the 100 meter dash and I'm looking forward to..

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September 17th, 1859: Joshua Norton Declares Himself Emperor the United States

This Day in History Class

02:16 min | 1 year ago

September 17th, 1859: Joshua Norton Declares Himself Emperor the United States

"The day was september seventeenth. Eighteen fifty nine a failed gold rush era businessman named joshua norton visited the offices of the san francisco bulletin. He gave the editor a short notice to be published in that day's paper and it began as follows at the peremptory request of a large majority of the citizens of these united states. I joshua norton of san francisco california declare and proclaim myself emperor of these united states. Now not much is known about norton's early life before his time as the self proclaimed emperor but what we do know is he was born around eighteen eighteen to a jewish family of merchants in present day. London when he was two. His family moved to south africa where his father established a successful ship. Supply business norton trying to get into the family business himself but his own ship supply. Company wound up going bankrupt after less than two years by the time he was thirty years old. Both of his parents and two of his siblings had died so one year later in eighteen. Forty nine norton left south africa for good in made his way to san francisco like many aspiring businessmen of his day. Norton had traveled to california hoping to capitalize on the recent gold rush after receiving his inheritance. He was worth about forty thousand dollars. Which is well over a million dollars. In today's money in san francisco. He invested that money in real estate including waterfront property. He also started a successful commodities business selling staple foods like rice and flour by eighteen. Fifty two norton had turned his forty thousand dollar investment into a quarter million dollar fortune. He was now one of the most influential and respected citizens of the city. But in a boom and bust town like gold. Rush era san francisco. What goes up. We'll certainly come down and often sooner than you'd expect.

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Where Did Body Mass Index Originate?

Science Vs

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Where Did Body Mass Index Originate?

"Today. We're looking at whether it really is that bad for your health to be fat and a quick note about our words in this episode. A lot of people don't like the words overweight or obese. Some people prefer the term fat as a neutral way to describe a person's body like tall but not everyone is comfortable with using fat this way and meanwhile overweight and obese have specific definitions medicine. So we're going to end up using all these terms but we'll try to be careful about when and why we use them okay so in order to talk about this at all we've got to with the bmi the body mass index every stat. You've never heard about how many americans are overweight comes from this measure. Hundreds of thousands of studies rely on it. It's a staple of modern medicine. So where on earth did it come from to find out. We're going to go back to the nineteen fifties do the university of minnesota's football stadium. The golden gophers are battling it out in the big ten conference. Our story starts down in the depths of the stadium entered through gate twenty seven. Just as if you had a ticket gate twenty so and then there's a maze of of hallways and offices along under the sloping of the The bleachers above this is henry blackburn. He's taking us to the lab where the bmi was born. He's a professor emeritus and minnesota so When when we worked there on a saturday could hear a distant rumble. When the minnesota eighteen got a touchdown run out and run up the causeway and see if we could see the extra point kick sometimes invaded by berman. Because of all those who left the stands and the carter but it was our place. Were very much at home. There and one thing they were doing and as weird lab was trying to answer this big question. How much fat do we have in our bodies. This was important because scientists figured it was the first step and understanding whether fat is bad for us

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We discussed the latest news and trends in and around the nfl we're joined by analysts like former nfl cornerback. Dominique foxworth for fat for the insider fantasy expert field. Yates players and espn. Radio's michael juniors. Also if you like access knows analytics and probably much talk. Money is the give it a. Listen wherever you get your podcasts. A great to have all of you here. Let's continue with more phone calls and john. In alabama mccall. Yes i can. John thank you. I'm sorry i've got to flank of they think the elemental fourteen and a half as far as vegas boys goes. I don't know. I don't i don't know if it's I think it made me closer than that now. I want you opinions. Got one thing. Have we heard from the lower buckeye fans the leaving the answer to jeff. The blowhard from ohio is no we have not. he's the one that always says. I'll call rainer shine. Yeah we are now. Three days into the week Are weak and jeff from columbus has been a wall. Thank randy nowhere to be found. I sincerely doubt he'll ever call again. What about we've heard we've heard. Can't we heard him for the final time prediction. That probably won't come true. But i felt like saying it. That's what you call a bait anyway. Let's continue with more phone calls. And one guy that always calls whether his team wins or loses and quite frankly. I can't remember the last time. His team lost. Legend is up next good afternoon. Can you hear me. I fall off this phone. Yes legend. I do hear you. It's outrageous andy staples should not be given frigging the college football you raw album. That's outrageous crime series of the drug test. They right now all. It's outrageous that this my gets paid the total about college football and he only got enough self though that alabama scored a hole in florida's on saturday. Paul it's a nice thing or explain to me and and he's one of the upper echelon in our industry. He's he's at the top of the food. Shame when it comes to when it comes to a green oh the upper echelon middle of the pack. Want to see the middle of the pack. I've seen it. That's your wages fall. I mean has he looked at tim. Smith six five thirty twenty and the fact that two and critics hers all american land in the middle of that. That's the one. That's how this paul. I'm discussed undiscussed it. This is the so-called expert that comes on your show to hear talking college football and he ain't got enough cricket sets set a off. He's not the only one. I don't know if you heard the interview with buddy martin. Earlier the writer down in in gainesville who was responding to judge john salty but he he says john did not do his homework about how tough place to swamp is komal man that the swamp is brought up. You know you know the answer to this. The one of the worst coaches in alabama football history. I mean this is not our might. Dubose went into the swab and beat steve. Spurrier my dollars. Swap and the cell towers only gator. That's what happened. I mean. I mean the five sort of sucks ball. This any comes on. Say the first came on your show getting pay. I remember another one telling us. Lsu was going eleven there wont was buried so because his law. I don't know tall guys getting paying these analysis. And it's clear that bias against alabama clearly making them look stupid as hail. I mean i'm not going to get on national. Tv or radio and say the kansas city chiefs all have a chance against the jaguars other tag wires. They're going to beat the cheese. These so called experts can look at rosters. Hey look at lineups. Alabama got just see. How much more talented we all it does. Florida does only know who to heal. Their quarterback is at the moment not a time. Richardson series damn getting mark..

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Trevor lawrence. Andy staples florida fans are optimistic In terms of this game as we close where we began What's their best case scenario. I mean i you know. I'm not talking about a punchers chance but what does this game. How does this game need to play out for the gators to be in it. At the end i think they control time of possession. They keep bryce young from buying time one of the things. I was very impressed by in the miami game with rice. Young was when he runs around. It is not because he's panicking or because he feels like things are breaking down. He runs around with with a real great idea. Where he is relative. Line of scrimmage and he's basically buying time forcing those dvd's to cover for longer and there were times when when the miami db's had to cover those receivers for five or six seconds. That's not possible so you know the question is. Can he do that. If he's gotten cox jeremiah moon trying to run him down. If florida's defenders can run him down and get him on the ground every once in a while. then he's probably gonna stop doing that. Probably gonna stay in the pocket and that allows florida's db's to play them more straight up to only have to cover for the usual amount of time that gives them a chance and florida's get to run the ball a lot going to try to try to win this game on the ground. And you know. We haven't seen alabama have to deal with a florida team like this. You know. alabama had no problem against dan mullins mississippi state offenses. That looked like this. But this is a little bit different breed of player. So we'll see if they can control o'clock keep the score down. Maybe forced the qb in this incident mistakes but if they do they can win this game and if they do that's a huge program. Momentum building win does it guarantee that they can beat georgia and when the sec snow but it tells you they can play with teams at that level. And that's that's what. Dan mullen really wants to prove here well done. Andy staples joining us from the athletic. Always good to have you on andy. We're heading to a break right now. More of your phone calls the final thirty minutes. It is all yours on. What's.

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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We are back. Andy staples joining us in a couple of minutes. We have had a busy one already. With k j jefferson and so many other guests including j paternal. We got a call from a famous drummer in a band. And we've had quite an afternoon here. Let's continue More calls mark is arkansas. You're on the air. Hello mark hill mr five. I'm how's your day going great. Thank you good. I wanna thank you. And the se nation crew for the difference. You show to raise your bathroom saturday. It made for great great day. Well it was it was. It was really cool to be there. It's always fun but this was Beyond special We've been there a couple of times with some bad teams This one was was was one. I'll never forget very good Same here You can even you mr tibo back. We'll we'll take it back. He's okay with us. He was he. He had a good time with his texas pick. That's for sure. Well he did but I gotta tell you that Utah texas hand with across the parking lot Admit smiling ever since so. Hey you know what's funny about that. I i had a friend. Text me Saturday night from he was in colorado for the texas game. He said i know arkansas. He said the m crowd like that one too by the way they do have taste. I'll say that. Hey thank you very much back. Arkansas abs- weight Had a blast. There you bad good to hear from you. Let's continue with more phone. Calls and lee is in memphis. Hello hey paul going. We're doing great les. Thank you two questions. hang listen What water offers. Chances saturday an state and do you think that memphis has a chance mr say. Hey man yeah i. I frankly like memphis. Chances more than auburn game being at home. And i frankly i i think. Auburn has an outside shot of winning i. I just wish. I knew. More about auburn. Based on these two games. I know i know they played really terrible opposition but it seems like they have things going really good direction. I i'm fascinated by the mississippi state memphis game. Hey thanks for the call appreciate it. let's continue. Kevin is in georgia. You're on the air. Hey paul appreciate you taking my call. Thank you Over over the years the gamecocks had enough trouble with the bulldog in their own state. And that's the citadel bulldogs. We've got a one game going against them i Hey by the way i was. I was at the citadel. Win in whatever your that was Fifteen fourteen yeah. I saw the. I i was working that game. As as a reporter Sideline reporter. And i'll never forget it as long as i live. It's the only time i've ever done and the only time i'll ever do it. Yeah we'll be depending next time. I mean we're we're an sds. School quick story kevin so. I don't remember what happened. Sec nation was in south carolina. That day it was it was off weekend when there really are no good games and the sideline reporter. I don't know somehow the sideline reporter got sick. I really don't have any idea how i ended up with the job but somebody said is there any chance you could stick around and do the game i. I've never done this before. I said to my said it couldn't be very hard I mean you spend the entire to meeting the night before we spent all the time talking about what stories to talk about with. When when when south carolina blows out the citadel. And they're right. All of a sudden the citadel starts winning the game. And i'm like talking to people. I said what am i supposed to do here. They said well you're obviously interview. The citadel coach after the game and i distinctly remember him being rather rooted halftime and i checked with their people and he said well. This guy really doesn't like you. I said it's not really my problem. I said why doesn't he like me. So when senator played florida state. I think the previous year you said you referred to the citadel as a high school team. I'm not sure he's going to talk to you I said well we all. So i walked up to. I don't remember the guy's name he's not there anymore. Obviously and i just said coach. Congratulations and he. He he got over his dislike of me to talk about how important win was but It was it was amazing to watch the game from the field. Yes sir I was there in nineteen ninety one that year as well so no i didn't go. I didn't realize you guys investment success. Hey thank you for the call. I do appreciate it and you brought back some rather bizarre memories. Tim is in pennsylvania. Hello tim how're you doing. Paul thanks for taking my phone call. Once before i'm the guy that lives in johnstown pennsylvania halfway between stay each and i have a lot of friends that are penn state alum and pit alarm and i graduated from auburn and i got a picture of review the day that the sec sec nation was down in auburn uber's leading at lunchtime in the wellness kitchen with a group of students. Oh coming out in member. Yes when i left my car with my wife at the counter so is so excited to meet you and all that anyway so my friend michael you check a graduate nineteen eighty-four. He's an engineer from penn state. And he. he's he's done well so he gave them years ago. A large amount of money in a A rolling scholarship. That goes to students every year in his parents name. So i called my buddy. Mike months ago like in the spring. I said you know what you gotta take care of. You gotta get me. Some penn state auburn tickets. Well he got us in to the president barron's tailgate his house starting at four thirty. Oh my let me go there. We yes we go. There couldn't get the tickets offers. Her name is jennifer jen. She's in the alumni relations. Her job is to recruit.

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Lowest-Paid Workers Hit Hardest by Price Increases

WSJ What's News

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Lowest-Paid Workers Hit Hardest by Price Increases

"We're seeing it everywhere. According to the consumer price index that came out today. The price of gas was up two point eight percent in august from july and at the grocery store or paying more for salad dressing and bacon those staples went up four percent and three point three percent last month overall the cpi rose a seasonally adjusted point three percent in august that slower than the half a percentage increase in july. But it's still having a significant impact especially on low wage workers. They're finding that the raises their employers gave them or being eaten up by higher costs joining me now with more. Is wall street. Journal economics reporter. Sara cheney cambon. Hi sarah thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me. Emory so sarah. Let's step back briefly to talk about. How employers who've been reacting to a tight labor market. We've seen many raising wages and benefits and even offering signing bonuses to attract workers so typically all of these steps would mean good conditions for lower wage workers right and we are seeing that so back in the spring a lot of people got vaccinated. A lot of businesses started reopening as states lifted restrictions and companies mainly in leisure and hospitality so think restaurants airports really needed to hire workers. They couldn't find them for multiple reasons very easily and so they started to ramp up. Pay so lower. Wage workers were pretty big beneficiaries of these wage

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The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans

Gastropod

01:38 min | 1 year ago

The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans

"The only time to my knowledge that i've ever eaten a soybean in soybean form is at amami those green pods you get as a starter at sushi restaurants which i love so young soybeans which is what mommy is is generally esteemed but once you actually had the mature bean and then you try to cook it. The results tend to be less than appetizing. Gen fu is a professor at emory university. Who studies the history of science technology and medicine in china. And she's the author of the other milk. She published under jetson but she goes by wendy her everyday life. So that's what we're going to call her. This episode wendy told us that the soybean was likely domesticated in what's now northeastern china. Right on the border with korea wild soybeans and then domesticated soybeans. They're not particularly high maintenance. They grow well in a lot of different regions and their beans which are in general. A good thing to and so people ate a lot of them. It isn't early crowd that is recognized and becomes part of what is known as the classical grains. so we know that soybean is not actually green but it was treated as sort of staple food similar to weet As well as rice it was a staple yes but it was only a staple out of necessity. Like wendy said. The mature soybean has some issues more so even than many of its fellow colleagues. It causes pretty intense gas innocent flatulence and even though like all means it's packed with protein. It also contains a chemical that means our bodies kant really process that protein but there is a way around the protein blocking problem and at least a little of the flatulence problem and that is to boil the crap out of mature

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More Than a Million People in Drought-Stricken Madagascar Face Food Shortages

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 1 year ago

More Than a Million People in Drought-Stricken Madagascar Face Food Shortages

"Southern madagascar more than a million people urgently need food and thousands faced dire famine conditions. The region is normally hot and dry but multiple years of severe drought have devastated harvests of maize rice and other staple crops on the african island massive dust. Storms and locus have ravaged. What few crops remain. There's very little sign of water on this theory. Little sign of vegetation as well showy fac role as with the world food program which provides emergency food aid in the hardest hit communities. She's met people who've been forced to eat wild. Cactus leaves and tubers to survive rates of severe. Malnutrition have spiked especially among children people. Living day in day out morning tonight every day with empty stomachs as the climate warms. Southern madagascar is expected to grow even hotter with more frequent droughts. None of these people in the south have contributed to the climate crisis. They don't drive cars. They don't like hanes. yes she says. The people of southern madagascar are already suffering the impacts of climate

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"staples" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"staples" Discussed on Fresh Air

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Louisiana State Police, Jared Brown And Aaron Bowman discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Louisiana State Police, Jared Brown And Aaron Bowman discussed on AP News Radio

"Video that was kept secret for more than two years shows a Louisiana state police trooper hitting a black motorist several times with a flashlight that's Louisiana state police body camera audio from may twenty nineteen the video which was obtained by the Associated Press shows trooper Jared brown pummeling black motorist Aaron Bowman eighteen times with a flashlight Bowman was pulled over for a traffic violation and suffered a broken jaw three broken ribs a broken wrist and a gash to his head that required six staples to close brown defended the attack is quote pain compliance Bowman's encounter occurred less than three weeks after Louisiana state police troopers punched stunned and dragged another black motorist before he died in police custody federal

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Ben Erwin of Thunder Valley Casino Resort on His First Series in a Long Time

Ante Up Poker Magazine

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Ben Erwin of Thunder Valley Casino Resort on His First Series in a Long Time

"Invite our good friend. Ben irwin's rector poker operations for thunder valley known as for a very very long time to be our guest today. So we can get you amped up for coming out to join us near sacramento. Yes so ben. how're you doing. First of doing great ninth grade to grade could be on and definitely looking forward to the championship longtime coming and we said it starts officially friday but we know the action got started last saturday. You had. What was a really really interesting satellite. I'm sure other people done it. But i haven't seen it before winners. Got to seize not just won two seats one in the anti nor cal classic which is coming up soon and then of course and then our championship event at the end of the series. I think it was like one in eight. Got both of those seats right. So dell's how how turned out. Because all the tweets made weak- you pack the place. That's exactly what happened. Yeah we we got ready for first or i after a long time and Looking at it and saying you know what maybe a great move to start off would be to put the tour event in satellite and you know get people excited about the series and that's exactly what happens so We ran a couple of steps satellites. You could win your way into that. That three seventy five packet satellite. Get in there for ninety bucks And about sixty people did that and then On the on. Saturday wind up with two hundred sixty three so i gave us thirty three packages wa but the excitement in the air. The room being full The first time in a very long time and It was great. You know what was probably one of the best parts of the amount of people that just said. Thank you for bringing this back. Thank you for doing this and So we're we're excited and looking forward to it. I mean how does that feel to be able to do big tournaments again. It does if we've been very very patient on our end and now to be here and this was You know this is. This has been a staple of our schedule. Now for you know they'll be the seven daniel And you know you go back. I mean heck. We've been holding holding the nor cal. I think for nine years. Yeah so it's It's an event that people know they're used to in the summer You know the summer looks a lot different. These days But when things for sir is there any up here and we're looking forward to absolutely

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South Park Creators Pledge 14 New Films for Paramount+

/Film Daily

01:44 min | 1 year ago

South Park Creators Pledge 14 New Films for Paramount+

"Good news. They're going to be making fourteen new south park movies. Brad tell us breath us. Yeah not only are getting fourteen newsouth part movies. But it's part of this big new overarching deal that trey parker and matt stone the creators of south park just strapped with mtv entertainment studios and viacom. Cbs because they're also Extending south park out through. It's a milestone thirtieth season and then the deal also includes these fourteen director streaming southbound spinoff movies that will be released exclusively on paramount plus. And this is a deal that is going to make parker and stone over nine hundred million dollars which is crazy I mean. I don't even gosh i nine hundred million dollars. I mean even split between the. It's still four hundred fifty million dollars and that's just it's crazy to me. That's a crazy amount of content to commit to the like rpm still like clamoring for south park at this point. I mean south park still has very loyal fans. It's you know there's a reason it's been around for this long. It's a staple of comedy central. It's the recent specials that they've done the vaccination special they did You know a previous special. They had as well. I think it was the holiday special. And so they've proven to be very popular still and it's just to show that stuck around for so long and people continue to watch it so it's you know it's one of those things where it's just a staple now of television essentially and it's gonna keep going as long as you know Viacom keeps ordering new seasons of

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