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Snowden, Assange, Tiger King Denied Pardons by Trump
"A boatload of pardons and clemencies 143 people off the hook as we hear from correspondent Richard can to hardening 73 commuting the sentences of another 70. Among those getting pardons. Former aide Steve Bannon, former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and Casey Urlacher, younger brother of NFL Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher, the mayor of the Chicago suburb of Meta Way, Illinois. He was charged with illegal gambling conspiracy. Lil Wayne got a pardon. Fellow rapper Kodak Blackout of Computation. No parties announced for Rudy Giuliani already members of the Trump family, a a Sheldon Sheldon Sheldon Silver Silver Silver Pardon Pardon Pardon did did did not not not happen. happen. happen. Tiger Tiger Tiger King King King Joe Joe Joe Exotic Exotic Exotic has has has also also also left left left in in in prison. prison. prison. Julian Julian Julian Massage Massage Massage and and and Edward Edward Edward Snowden, Snowden, Snowden, also also also not not not On On On the the the president's list this morning. 38
Thirteen Awards Movies to Watch Out for, Oscar Do-Overs, and More From the Mailbag
"Before we get into the mail couple things over the weekend hit in the world of movies. First thing i want to talk to you about is the thing. I spoke to the directors of this documentary series about which is tiger tiger woods. Now you know as a friend of mine and podcast partner that. I am an avid golfer. And a fan of the sport gulf you are not a fan of the sport golf though your partner is and so golf is in your life but not truly of your life. What do you know about tiger woods. And what were you expecting heading into this documentary. Well in addition to being one of the greatest golfers in history isn't in history and certainly one of the best athletes of the twenty first century. That the correct century yes which i do know about because athletes at that level become pop cultural figures and i am interested in pop culture. Even if i'm not interested in my husband lecturing me about what type of iron tiger woods is using which is like a personal hell that i live in on a daily basis so i know a lot about him as a pop culture athlete and then obviously he has a pop cultural significance all of his own because of the events that he went through in the public eye at the end of the last decade and really honest life for the last decade. Yeah and so. I think that this series is an interesting gambit on. Hbo part it's clearly inspired slash based on a book that came out in two thousand eighteen by jeff benedict and armond katayan. And it's an attempt to make sense in real time of probably the most significant american athlete barring lebron james and michael jordan i would say of the last twenty. Five years maybe serena williams in that conversation. I think it's a very short list of people that do for. The tiger is kind of hanging with in the last quarter century and the film is tricky. Because they only aired part one thus far part two is next sunday and so i don't think you can necessarily spoiler film like this but it depends on. What kind of your you are if you're very engaged in the tiger woods story and his life. I don't think that this film necessarily will teach you a lot about the events of his life. There are not a lot of revelations. I think there are some emotional revelations there are some there's some I guess the matic framing that. Maybe you wouldn't necessarily put together if you weren't deeply entrenched in his story the movie especially the first half of the movie takes great pains to portray this father and son story and to show earl woods. Father as the kind of dr frankenstein at and making tiger woods into this kind of frankenstein monster for better and for worse in that he's incredibly powerful but there's like all kinds of emotional danger in his life I one thing that struck me as i re watched part one last night and i watched it with eileen. It's there's a lot of golf highlights in the first half. And there's there's there's not. There's not a lot of scandal there's not a lot of there is some psychology and there is a lot of sort of personal background about how tiger grew up and who he became. But because he has this sort of monochromatic mono-syllabic experience in the world where we just. He very rarely showed himself to us. Basically what you get is like ninety minutes of an extraordinary highlight reel dovetailing with the story of a father and a son and what they mean to each other. And i think if you're a casual observer my my instinct was. Is this going to work for people now. The second half is different. Can of worms. And i don't wanna spoil it for people but did in the first half. Did you find yourself having a hard time entering the story. I did also watch this with my husband. The aforementioned gulf maniac and the soundtrack to watching this was every time golf shot would be show. Its accuracy like you know it was like a little gallery of one. And he was doing it under his breath and then i was kinda. Are you aware that this is happening. And he was like sorry and then he just kept doing it at a lower volume. I have to say when you show golf. As just a highlight reel. Tiger woods is most incredible shots way. More interesting to me personally than the stuff that you guys have on the tv on sunday afternoon which is so boric. My guys pretty. Good a golf so i enjoyed it in that sense i agree with you that maybe it's not that i had a hard time. It and another interesting thing is that i. I do think if you know even a little bit about tiger woods you kind of know about the earl woods character and that is a pretty established part of his pop culture story. It's a big dad. Big character looming. Dad figure familiar sports figure in show bizz figure for sure and Greatness and then the fall. That's kind of what you know. And as as you mentioned there's a fall there there is a part to we won't spoil all of it but if you are watching this documentary you probably have some idea of what's going to happen in part to and the even najah it at the very end of part one which is the very last shot is a very famous woman. Just sidling up to the camera. I that's that's great filmmaking. And i think when the documentary is leaning in to that winning in that side of the story because it it leans into all the aspects of the story but when it goes for that bit of flair and narrative tension is is when it succeeds
Carol Baskin helps to ban most big cat ownership
"Congress has taken up legislation pushed by the star of a popular Netflix so correspondent Jim Krystle a has the story The US House is set to pass legislation banning the private ownership a big cats like Lions and Tigers, Tiger King star Carol Basket and her husband, Howard's organization. Big Cat Rescue have spent years lobbying for such a move. Are you cool cats and kittens? It's Caroline Big carrots, and these are some of the cats at the sanctuary. The measure would allow existing facilities to keep their big Cats, but would prohibit most contact between the public and the animals. As lawmakers consider this bill. Someone was bitten by an animal this morning at Baskins reserved Officials haven't provided details, but they say the victim's injuries are serious.
House to vote on bill featured in 'Tiger King' series that would ban big cat ownership
"Crow Sula, the U. S House is set to pass legislation banning the private ownership a big cats like lions and Tigers. Tiger King star Carol Basket and her husband Howard's organization. Big Cat Rescue have spent years lobbying for such a move. How you begins in sterile and big cat rescue, and these are some of the cats at the sanctuary. The measure would allow existing facilities to keep their big cats but would prohibit most contact between the public and the animals. Jim Krystle, a
Saturday at the 2020 Masters
"Saturday at the masters in dustin. Johnson is running away. He carries a four shot lead into the final round sunday. Following a seven under sixty five saturday he was masterful tying jordan speiss fifty four hole record chasing johnson on the leaderboard are sung j. M abraham answer and cameron smith all four shots back while justin thomas and dylan 'fratelli sit five shots back following his round saturday. I called up with dustin johnson. Seven hundred sixty five news. Dustin johnson to sixteen under through three rounds. What did you do well saturday. And what if anything would you like to do. Better sunday I did everything while today. Adrover very nicely head. A bunch of fairways Hit a lot of greens and felt like i. I gave myself good chances on your on almost every hole. and so. that's kind of what you gotta do here. In the conditions. Not a lot of wind you know. Courses is fairly soft so you can be aggressive and Strike in a very nicely today And so you know tomorrow. We'll have to go out and do a lot of the same if i to win. Tied jordan speeds fifty four hole record. What's the balance between staying aggressive and not being dumb Well for me. It all depends on you know. Flag positions numbers Forgot a good number. And and i like the flag is a play aggressive but Like i said the course right now is is very receptive so you know i know the guys behind me are going to be trying to chase down south. You know you can't play you know there's a there's definitely a fine line of being too conservative and too aggressive but you just have to pick and choose my spots second last year. How did that impact your motivation. This time around. I mean yeah it was. I've played well last year. I played while the last couple years so obviously this one tournament that that i definitely want to win and you know. It means a lot to me. A- grew up so close to here and so it is something that i really look forward to until tomorrow is going to be a. It's gonna be a lot of funding. I'm gonna try to enjoy myself as much as i can and Hopefully hopefully outcomes good tomorrow afternoon. You heard dustin johnson say right there how badly he wants to win the masters. It's the dream of every player in the field in this eighty. Four th edition for more analysis on the third round and what to expect sunday. Let's bring in the voice of masters digital jimmy roberts. Dustin carries a four shot lead into sunday following a seven hundred sixty five saturday. He was masterful. Tying jordan speiss fifty four hole record assess his performance on saturday. A great it was basically as good as you could get You know you said it. He tied the fifty four hole scoring record. It is a different time of year. But i don't think it really matters. I mean the thing that sticks out to me is that you know through fifty four holes. He's got two bogeys which is unimaginable. On this golf course and they were in consecutive holes. Fourteen and fifteen in the second round. And when you stop to think about it he bogeyed the second easiest hole on the course which means that by all rights. He should probably expect to birdie the fifteen th hole. You give him two more strokes and he's just farther ahead of the pack. But i will just say this. I was here in nineteen ninety six and i covered that masters where greg norman had six stroke lead and nick faldo came back to win it so i mean this course can do things to you i mean. I think that there were extenuating circumstances that year. Norman had some physical difficulties. That didn't manifest until the final day and faldo played effortlessly. I think he shot sixty seven It's gonna take that for somebody to beat him tomorrow Somebody's going to have to play really really well. And he's going to have to stumble. What is it about this golf. Course that suits his game so well. Well i mean at this point really. He's the number one player in the world and he's as they like to say in europe he's on form so you know. He's a finely tuned engine right now and He's not even close to the red line. So i mean he is just got it all going on right now. I mean he's you know. I always say that you know. These are the best golfers in the world on on a week to week basis. You know you shouldn't be surprised if somebody you've never heard of comes up and wins a tournament because they are all remarkably talented. But he's the best of all of them right now and he is playing really well You know we've talked about this over the last couple of days. He you know he's long and straight which is tough to beat and then a couple of years ago. He decided that in order to get better you had to work on his wedge game so he went and did that he's become a terrific putter and he's completely unflappable. He i think. And i think that's the most important thing i think he's a guy who just does not get undone by much. I just asked him a few moments ago. what's the balance between maintaining the aggression. That got you here without going too far. Yeah i'd i'd be curious to know what he said but in all honesty. I've never seen him loses. Temper made him. I've never seen him hot. I've never seen him running hot. I'd seen him disappointed disappointed. And you're not going to be able to see this on the podcasts. But you know it's just kind of an shucks wish i hadn't tripled that whole crazy when i do. Something you know like that He's really he's a talented man. Who's in stride right now and You know he's done a lot He's one everything but tons of majors. I mean he's tiger tiger woods. He's one in to start his career. He's won thirteen consecutive seasons to start his career. Only tiger woods is done that and he tied him tiger actually one in his first fourteen seasons. But i mean he just consistently wins you know and it's hard to beat talent you know and worth work ethic when you match those two things together. It's very difficult. Let's look at the leaderboard. That is chasing dustin johnson song j. m. abraham answer cameron smith all four shots back. Justin thomas and dylan for tally. Five shots back if you were going to pick one to catch him. I don't think there's any question. The person who watches is Is justin thomas. But the way sunday m is playing and things are different now than they used to be. You know it's been forty one years since a first timer has one here that was fuzzy zeller nineteen seventy-nine. You know i was with the jack nicklaus this morning doing something and He talks. Jack came here and he didn't win for the first five times that he played here. But this is a course more than any other course were experiences necessary. But look you've got answer and in two players who were here for the first time in their you know right nipping at his heels Sebastian munoz too. So i i do think that must not be worth as much as it has been in the past given the level of talent and work of these guys but you know you give me a guy who has the experience and a guy who doesn't of equal talent and at the same spot in their game. I'm gonna take the guy with experience at this place every single time. Rory mcilroy and brooks koepka. Both superstars both at eight. Under after three rounds. How plausible is it that they might contend on sunday. I think it's entirely plausible. I mean i think that you know mcelroy's trending in the right direction after that seventy five in the first round which was disastrous for him. Just can't seem to get out of his own way sometimes but he's got a game. That's ideally suited for this place. He hits it high far and straight. His natural shot is right to left You know he's been number one in the world he's not undone by these big situations. Generally i think he's going to be a very interesting guy to watch tomorrow. But in all honesty there's so much daylight between dustin johnson and the rest of the field at this point and it's not the daylight of four strokes. It's the daylight of four strokes with the number one player on the one side of that daylight. Who's playing well. And i mean. I think it's gonna take dustin johnson shooting seventy two or three tomorrow. I mean i suppose it could happen. You know greg. Norman shot seventy six. Nick faldo shot sixty seven That lead had evaporated by the tenth. Tentpole the eleventh hole So you never know. But i would be. I would be shocked. But i remember being augusta national in in One thousand nine hundred ninety six and remember all the stories that we were doing. And i did a story for. Espn that night. And i said you know it would be shocking if greg norman didn't win but if he doesn't it will be one of the biggest stories and we won't soon forget it and here. We are all these years later. Talking about it at augusta national right now.
"tiger tiger" Discussed on Hall of Shame
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"tiger tiger" Discussed on Hall of Shame
"I have to tell you about me which probably makes me a fool. I'm the world's least jealous person. Oh i hate that. I hate that. I hate when a partner is jealous. Yeah it's almost like it's like the way in which is a chip missing. I don't get that feeling. Wow good for you. Maybe i've never been in love. Are we essentially should go get alcohol and talk this through my gosh separate pad i. I don't get that feeling good for you. I can be very jealous. And i also like it. Maybe this is. Maybe i'm the one that's sick but i like it when a partner gets jealous. I think that's more i think. That's more narrow typical. And i worry in general. I don't think i'm associate pathway. Not missing things. Both me feel okay. Well i have read partners phone and it is never a good idea because you're all even if they're being sure it sounds terrible so chill and not being chidi chidi switch something up. You could be confused about something is not even. If you're not misconstruing like a direct conversation to me. Always the wait absolutely. Yeah this was like rachel. No i get it i by the way i say this all zero judgement judging myself. I'm always like it's weird about this missing me. Yeah he will back to the story. Ellen was going door girl definitely went through is what i'm getting so ellen was going through share tigers phone. She's suspicious right. She goes through phone and she finds another name poor girl. Can we talk if your cheating. Maybe i don't share the pathway. Hold onto your phone and don't even around town my dude. Ooh so this time around. This woman's name was jamie grabs. This new woman that ocalan found onto we got rachel. Rachel and we got jeannie grabs. She called jamie and left her. A very nasty voicemail saying like know. You're fucking my husband doubted on the kinds of things that you would leave a nasty. Both malcolm Tiger meanwhile had covered his tracks. And ask jamie to remove her name from her voice. Mail message. That was the day before the national enquirer came out okay so tiger. Meanwhile had already covered his tracks. He actually call jamie and left a voicemail and this is what it said. Hey it's tiger. I need you to do me a huge favor. Can you please take your name off your phone. My wife went through my phone and may be calling you. If you can please take your name off that. And what do you call it. Just have it as a number on the voicemail. Just have it as your telephone number. You have to do this as huge quickly by eggs. Oh boy so. Tiger illinois was on a tiger tiger was on the eland. Like by the way my million dollar dude not being like let me call my publicist to handle. This is hilarious. Take one of my so when the story actually comes out you guys remember like america loses their she and oh my god. The were was lonely. I was insanity ya especially. We've talked about this before. Golf is social like golf. Is the gentleman spor name name. Golf is like creep. Really like a got that weird like get out like perfect like playing it. Yeah so ellen was like yeah..
"tiger tiger" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"And he misses the whole season. He has surgery and all that when he comes back from surgery. It's right as the 2008 season is ending So Randy Moss and Wes Welker have just finished a season Tom's finally able to start running around he wants to start practicing immediately and welcome to monster like moss and Welker, like we need some time off and it sounds like no way where like working out now and I think this is what you see in Tom is it's year-round non-stop. He's been doing this for now. He's in his 21st year and there's just no let-up in the drive in the determination in the motivation. And I think that that you know, this this is rare dead. I mean, there's just a point in a professional athletes life where that drive to to work that hard everyday kind of starts to go away. It's not that you don't want to play anymore. I'm not saying that I'm saying what it takes to get out of bed every day and practice that way day in and day out for twenty years. There just aren't many guys that are wired that way I think. Oh, yeah Tiger Tiger was wired that way from the beginning. I think Tom is wired that way. Yeah, it's just not sustainable for most people. I mean, I think fifteen years and we traveled all over this country and Ed had a family and kids and then some point when you're thirty-eight you're just like right now, you know, maybe time to move on, you know, because there's always somebody younger faster stronger come down and and they're always looking to replace you and and obviously Tom.
"tiger tiger" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I have no problem with the hitch, but I'm just wondering how come it vocci ahs I mentioned you said it very much. Very much is all of Famer. Right? How come he's not available for other teams? Come maybe they're dumb. All the teams are dumb. How many jobs are open? I don't know how Austin's open and it sounds like Alex core is going to go back there. Who else needs a manager? The Detroit Tigers. Tigers aren't gonna hire tired, correct and he's done. Is Francona going to make it back? He's had health issues. Cleveland could Sandy El Ahmar junior waiting in the wings? Correct. So, yeah. I mean, there's not much out there. I don't think we need to confuse the issue. The issue is, Is it hints or not? That is for me that I think that hitch is number one, the number one choice. There are people out there, my brother being one of them. Who? Diehard Sox van die hard. It bothers him about the cheating thing. Does it bothers him? We gotta call the show yesterday, said I'm a ticket holder. I won't go. I will not cheer for them. If that's the manager know, they know it's something that they say now, But once the socks get rolling, you don't want to be left behind. All fans say that initially all fans say that we talked about those would sketchy pasts or cheating or whatever, as long as they wear your uniform and excel in your uniform will root for him because that's the way that's how we are family mean like when the Cubs fans rooted for all of this, Chapman. They were outraged. The day got trick. Yeah. Excuse me. That's a fine, thank you. Bernie's book bank dot organs. Where you gonna put that dollar? Anyway, he you cough clear through cab. LaRussa is interesting. Because he's somebody who revolutionized pitching changes in the way the game is managed. But that was in 1988 Hoody. Yeah, that's a long time ago. Hold on a second, so When Chapman came to the Cubs. I remember how many people calling in on these shows outraged. Oh, my God, you're taking whom you have no integrity. You're selling out just the wind. And then Danny was at that game. So was I. First game. He pitched it Wrigley Field and I'm looking and there's Women men, Children, black, White Asian didn't matter who it was. Every one of them were standing up with their phones going video in the moment when he took the mound, and it was the electric All of a sudden he was our guy. Nobody cared. Did the Cubs winner to the Cubs lose, and in the end, he played an integral role in them winning a ring. So again, I'm for second chances. I would give a J. Hinch a second chance, but people that aren't but the point is, is that we can't money. The waters would someone just because Jerry loves I know he loves loves. Tony LaRussa loves Doug Collins. But that is in the past into me because he went for Billy Donovan. He went to the top shelf do same thing with your baseball team. I know Jerry loves baseball, you more so than basketball, he would love to win another World Series championship with white socks. So you know you already have a good team, but so now moving forward, find someone to lead them. Rick Renteria was a nice baseball man. But you just knew that he was never going to be here for the long haul and one more year on the deal, and it was not worth To bring him back for another year about the way Darryl van scowling has a really interesting piece in the sun times about that. You read this morning. So I mean, apparently there was an issue between Socks Management and Rick Renteria. And by the way, he called it friction. Yeah, there was. There was a major issue there. And the other thing to cap is that we're gonna mention maybe the other reason why Rotary A was fired is because of the way the Sox played not just against Oakland, but down the stretch. Didn't like the way used the bullpen. I know I didn't When I was sitting here talking about that Indian Siri's in the way he was brutal, brutal, So you don't want that nightmare. You don't want him to miss manageable pain for over 100 32 game season next year and then fall short again. It's not worth it. Go to the best get the best that you can and move forward. This whole thing with LaRussa, and that girl is the only one that's saying this strong like he's a real candidate like he's going to be the second choice if they don't get a J. Hinch I. LaRussa is Ah, Hall of Fame manager. He's done a lot of things, but he's been out of the game for a while. And when you think about a young group do you really have to have someone with Like him in the dugout with this young group. I don't think that matches matches the personnel. The White Sox have more. Look at the cage to honey like LaRussa at 77 think he said. I don't want to be agents. But I'm just saying, like, you know, you're looking for a manager that Is has Madge recently that can be able to match exactly what this roster just turned 76 October who could identify with your young core, and the truth is This is the best case scenario with the White Sox. The way things are going. This is the upswing..
New details in the disappearance of Carole Baskin's former husband
"Captivated captivated earlier earlier this this year year with with the the Netflix Netflix Siri's Siri's Tiger Tiger King King about about in in Oklahoma Oklahoma based based eccentric eccentric big big cat cat owner owner named named Joe Joe Exotic Exotic and his epic battle with Tampa based animal rights activist Carol Baskin. Well, Baskin, second husband went missing years ago and has never been found. 48 hours. Suspicion now uncovering shocking new information on the disappearance of Baskins. Former husband Don Luis in the Tiger King mystery for the first time onto a new witness. Guys had a large freezer had a padlock on
"tiger tiger" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Begun from there at every gas station and wayside shop a continuous radio broadcasts. The game could be heard from an automobile traveling along the road at a normal cruising speed. As soon as the car passed beyond hearing distance one radio set, another loudspeaker could be heard just ahead. It went that way almost without interruption from Dearborn through Detroit even the customs officials at the tunnel, which takes you from Michigan into. Canada. Canada had a radio set turned onto the game. The following summer as the Tigers neared their second straight pennant. The Associated Press reported that throughout Michigan Radios Blare out accounts of the game from almost every storefront merchandise is only barely visible through shop windows covered by the score by innings. Fans gather at the radio spots every afternoon whether the tiger at home or not in cities throughout the state excitement is that he is at fever. Heat accounts of the Games are announced through amplifying systems across which in several cities have reached three thousand. Like. Did you like? Did you get the picture like this is I mean you can go on your anywhere. Yeah. So you can go anywhere. You know in like the fact, you could walk through a street. And here the and he says, you could continuously here that you're not gonNA single play by play they talk about that. For me growing up. It was CK Kale. W. the big eight. In, Detroit. And the big eight. What does it I'm sorry. Jamie seat. Kale W. Is Music. The music is a Canadian. Music session I, it was the be am eight hundred. CK W. And it changed music. It changed it changed everything. And you hear people telling stories of the same thing about you didn't have to have a radio to listen to. Because it would be streaming out a window zoo becoming out of cars is everybody would listen to seek elda. Responsible for everything good or bad I mean the people that that were programming Gill W. A. went onto to create MTV. Program, the early years of MTV. All right I mean. Yeah. Gone everywhere, the signal was just so massive and it just bounced everywhere i. mean it covered the Midwest entirely and a ton more. Yeah. I it just impactful, and so just as you were talking about that I, remember that article is a good job talk talking by the different radio station where they were set up the different broadcast. Yes. So it's really worth. You know catch the article. It's really the entire articles really well done. So the city got really fired up and there and people were like, Hey, we should probably bring another team in here in it on. There you go. Yeah. That's what I mean. Yeah. So that Brings you know with the city in this crazy excitement of the NFL season opportunity. There's this fantastic team in Portsmouth, Ohio is, are we leading up to the thirty four line? I think? So I think we're going to think let's Show, we can do between but we can. All right, we'll. We'll get to the lions alliance common. And it's tough to. PA. We. We have a list of like one hundred episodes at least. Yeah. I mean, there's so many potential We just we just added to more potential episodes the other day. Let's talk about some, but the the lines are coming. That was exciting. We will talk about the lineup. Set it up, and just in case the teed up I. mean the idea is that this is the environment that I mean. We can t up the movie like there's a baseball movie that was filmed in this moment. ME, too so I wanna, I wanNA. Do a screening of that movie I would like I would love to once we get rolling here. People know about this? I Want WanNa, share that with no. With his Addison. Watching this hour listening to it. There's this. What's so incredible. This might as well, I mean in one, thousand, nine, thirty, four, MLB, they wanted to do a movie to show what baseball was. They could broadcast across the country spread the concept of baseball to maybe the at the corners of the country that hadn't you know hadn't experienced a and they used Detroit backdrop to fill the first MLB movie with sound. It's. Like. We found it. When I was doing all years, I got the art of the original articles that talk about the making the movie George. One of the jets total legend was the guy that directed and filmed it use a former player for the tires he was I mentioned in the in the quote, we just did now George. Already, it was an umpire in thirty four and thirty five, and so it's just an incredible one of my favorite baseball. We think it's literally I know. Know, it's I'm partial to it because it's like I found this moving on now, but I'm telling you when we filmed this. When we screen this movie I, dare anyone I, dare you want to tell me that it's not one of the best bass me they've ever seen I'm going to bring will bring us some players I'm GonNa drag in some players. Film this like everybody's like WanNa talk to you. We'll talk about the best basement and the natural and. You'll major league all this. There's a bunch of good movies out there whatever bad news bears of course But like I say that the only reason nobody knows about how great this is because nobody's ever seen, it's almost unknown, and so it was filmed in Detroit MLB is. The you know, the the Fisher Body Company. Sponsored. The movie like. We say movie you know this is this is a thirty two minute version. A fifty minutes I wasn't able to find but it's yeah, I can't I would love to screen this. I would love I can't wait to talk about in more depth. It's time Mendes Film. There's things that people could learn today in broadcasting and filming just from watching this movie. I'm excited there's so much more to talk about. So I and this and that we can t up. Right. There's so many things you'll get to. Detroit city champions,.
"tiger tiger" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"You're an entire generation of fans grew up their very first experience of listening to the Tigers? Was the the nineteen, thirty, four, thirty, five seasons. The city Jim is worth mentioning to real quick while we're talking about is WWE J. in one, thousand, nine, thirty, four, when the when the lions came to town, they broadcast they connected on on a nationwide syndicate radio channel and they broadcast the first Thanksgiving game against the Chicago bears, first, thanksgiving, nineteen, thirty, four on this radio. Our you see what I'm saying not. So now you're getting connected all the fans Michigan hooking up with the Lions to yeah. So that's what I mean like you see. Again. You know you see this impact like the radio is a big deal in thirty, four and thirty five in say, it's not just a coincidence that you'll one year. They're like again, that looks. Like Donald Three, hundred, thousand fans, four, hundred thousand fans wherever in thirty, four and thirty, five, a million, a million, a million, every single year thereafter. All and that's what I'm saying. So this is so this, this is the the. So, this is the impact that that radio had in. This is that the fans is not just Detroit fans now, it's fans from across Michigan. To Tigers, they're hearing about on the radio there following the story in the radio, and it becomes like the Tigers become like Mecca. Like their thing did, oh, my God I'm going to Detroit for this and we're going to watch the tiger game you know, and that's how I was when I was in Kalamazoo. Whatever when when there was the tiger game, you'll go into tiger game was a huge deal. I remember. Yeah. We travel across the state back then. Can Bush says the second time of clothing like back when the Tigers are terrible is easy to find seats and we'd get like a little caesars. Crazy bread was like buy one, get one free, and we'd make the track from Kalamazoo and get You know it would be a we'd get. It was. The tickets were two dollars. and. Then we're going to buy one, get one, dollar each from. Kalamazoo, to get a tiger ticket. But. It was like it was great. You know. But but it was like our Mecca like it was that big of a deal and say, that's how it became. I grew up in the city and I remember it the field trips in grade school going to a tiger game getting on the bus and going down to a tiger game. I would love to have some sad. Be Able to go that close growing up a tiger fan man. Man It was. Like I used to watch it on TV every day and collect the baseball cards. It was like the rare time we'd get out to Detroit to watch a game was huge. It was a big deal, and so I've experienced that side of it from being like from Michigan, right? You're listening or watching every day George. That you know Travis frame and Cecil or some of these legends that a lot of people don't remember these days, but just just perfect storm here and thirty-four is built. This and this is the first year that everybody's exposed to it. So I do have a quote that Wanna read. This this is. This is actually a you know I'm not the only person that's written about the city of champions was the first I was a i. these books are the first ones that come out talk about the city of champions, right? That's fact nor books out there mentioned city champions or or champions day, especially, that discovery is mine and so like seriously I'm the only the first one to mention champions day you know that. That there was the let's just make that clear to quit sure but but there's been others that have written since that I came out in a good one There's a book called. Detroit. The unconquerable. It's it's of a book done by there's Sabre. With Sabre, Saber is a You know they miss well known as the analytics group but you know they're, but they're you know they do I've got my own critiques about the the the, the the the analytics behind it, but but their history is joe is generally very well done, and so on. This particular, there's a book on that was like spacey like a Saber Project called Detroit, the unconquerable in there's a, there's a writer in the book to His name is Matt Bone of hope, I'm pronouncing last name is spelled. Spelled B. O. H. N. in the article. It's this online article in the articles titled Good Afternoon. Boys and girls the nineteen thirty, five tigers on the radio. That's the my little introduction to the to this to this article is you can find it online. But this great little quote that talks about how big I really think it's like this is not in my books and. I just think that they'd he did a fantastic job of finding a quote from some at this moment that shows just how how big of a deal on the Tigers were. How just like how cool it was. So anyways So this the quote that he uses comes from a guy from the new London Connecticut Day named John Deere. Who in September, nineteen, thirty four, which is approximately one. The the quote earlier that I read came out So anyways. So, this is the This is the quote. So on a typical day, it was possible to walk the streets of Detroit and never miss a word of the play by play emanating from radio's in shops and homes. So. So this is John Game. So this kind of introduced gains new London, Connecticut Day wrote about his experience driving through Detroit in September nineteen thirty four. So he's just driving through Detroit and he's telling you what it was like. Okay. In the again, he introduced he introduced by saying I typically was possible to walk through the streets, Detroit and never miss a word of the play by play. So you so you don't even have to. Go on, you can hear it. So this is his actual words even before I reached Dearborn, the radio broadcasts of pre-game activity had begun from there at every gas station and wayside shop a continuous radio broadcasts. The game could be heard from an automobile traveling along the road at a normal cruising speed..
"tiger tiger" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Don't know the ball hits off a bad. I mean, maybe A. Of a ninety I guess throw a few miles an hour fastball again, it's. It's. It's because people. I mean, a lot of it's because people on their cellphones not paying attention. In the ball gets hit, ricocheted off a bad hits them in the face. One of the reasons why get off your phone again, I'm not trying to. Make, anybody. Having to be politically correct and go. Oh. Defend position. But I'm just saying like baseball's existed for a hundred years. Right? Netting behind home plate for his been there. But the home put the netting. You know what's changed. In, the last ten fifteen years at necessitates putting netting all along the entire field to protect every fan in state. Attorneys there. Yeah. But there's been attorneys. TV, attorneys. Yeah. I mean it's just seeing all cell phone, but it's an example what I'm talking. Yeah. Whatever the reason. They should take it down, but I'm saying that's another example. Another example we can sit here. If we want to spend all show talking about it, that's you'll. This is that's what I'm talking about those and. Sanitizing. Game. With the nets going up around the sides now you never imagined people just on the field with a rope saying don't step across. It's. Such a different world, I've actually got photos photos in the second book that shows a policemen on horseback on the view, the fan. Fantastic quota. All proud like you know like a total. You know like a real bleeding. All the guys know looks like a nineteen thirties policemen man, he's rugged. Horse back. Horses looking tough too. So yeah. I I can imagine that that there was a handful of games from when they clinched it to to the world series. That was just those games were all just tiger main. Oh Yeah. You know what else has? Four So it really the next component I wanted to talk about was With in relations to the fans is is not just like what it was like to be there whatever. But SOM-. The impact of this season like sort of on the fans of Michigan in Detroit, and because the impacts of the season, there are profound. There are so many different illnesses are important. This is a rare rare opportunity to talk about something. That's like sort of just gets overlooked. Discussed, which is the is this season is what made Michigan a Tiger nation right? Before nineteen, thirty, four, nineteen, thirty, five, The tigers were a Detroit team, right. If did the people that one wash, the Tigers were detroiters and that's not to again, it's not to say that there wasn't fans from all over the everyone will come in from other areas of the state to wash the Tigers. I'm sure there were. But to bring the entire state in the entire state, basically like a universal tiger nation, that is what happened. That's why this. This season was so key and one of the main triggers of that having happened was arm w XYZ radio station. Okay. So nineteen, thirty, four, this is. So this is the Michigan Radio. Now, this is the This is the a one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, bringing in Harry Heilmann Okay Harry. There's two major names like in the world of early Tiger Broadcasting Tie tie. You can't even mention Harry Heilmann Lot beginning beginning sort of the story with ty Tyson, who is who was the WJ WW J radio announcer, basically the local, DETROIT? Broadcaster the announcer and he'd been he'd been with the Tigers and really doing detroitsports elements since since one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three, and so he's like one of the things that he broadcast the first University of Michigan, you'll Vam football games and when he wanted to broadcast one of those U of M Games the the. U., of M. Coach coach Jan was his famous famous guy. The He anyways, he um I'm probably going to get a comment saying, what's your comment below? What's what's the Michigan Coach at that moment? anyways. Nine, hundred, twenty, three. So anyways. He he he wanted to broadcast a University of Michigan game in the net coach was like now because it's going to make people wanNA, buy less tickets to come to the Games because they can get it for free over the radio. Year one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, three. Yeah. So I believe it was twenty three when he actually happens. But but anyways, so he so they still let them do they let them. So they let tie Tyson broadcasts at University of Michigan game in then and then like the next week, it was like a sellout crowd they'd had not like don't not sure what their attendance was, but there was a noticeable. Difference when them broad the when they broadcast the game on the radio on, they've made people want to come to games, and so that was like you know you're talking about the infancy of broadcasting over the airwaves, and so that's why they're like, oh, my God like it actually had the opposite effect, it made more people come to the Games. On joost feeling. Thank you. Thank you. It was his twenty third. He was a superhero. That's what I'm saying like I'm almost embarrassed forgetting that name I mean my God but. anyways. So anyway. So that was so that you know there's leads this. This idea that radio actually has an impact on bringing attendance in this, and the idea is, is that what you're doing is you're engaging the fans in the story of your products. Right? You're changing the fans in the story of this team is so the especially when they're hearing on the radio to like. Like ALMAC and hear the crowd going wild I wish I could see this person. It makes them want to come to the game more is a similar effect was on was on Frank. Navy for the Tigers. When the Navy, the same Guy Tyson's like talking to him about let's broadcast the tiger. Games to and Naven. Initially, they're like, well, you're, GONNA, lose money on attendance, and they were saying the same thing like, no, he builds a fan base really does in naven actually. Letting him broadcast even in the thirties they were. You know people were telling him frank. You'RE GONNA lose tennis. He was like he didn't even really care about the fact that it was gonna add attendance. That's not even why did he did? He let them broadcast because like I mean literally like he was like, well, the are fans can't afford to come to the Games anyways like it's better. When they can afford to come and pay money they will you know, but we want to keep them engaged with what we're doing. So you know frank kind of knew that already frank was frank was a highly intelligent baseball owner. That's what I'm saying like. Of, all the all the Pantheon of legends in Detroit Sports History, Frank Navy, and it just seems like he like all a lot of times whenever whenever he's mentioned in any book, it's always he was this kind of Nerdy bookish owner who lake was never gave ty Cobb, the amount of money. He deserved that that's always kinda how he's up the pictures. But. He was a highly intelligent owner, one most well respected one of the most well respected like owners in the entire game of baseball, he was huge Zilz, the tiger. So vintage troy selling us the jump from thirty three to thirty four. There was three hundred and twenty thousand attendants around in thirty, three, an and thirty four. Thousand Nine hundred, twenty, thousand, and then. Travel million tripled thirty, five is over yeah. So, anyways. So the so the radio is like you say, the two big names Tyson was already an established presence in Detroit. He broadcast over W W J over over the to the city to the city's fans. But then it was a w XYZ comes on the scene and they set up a misdemeanor radio network in that come in the in the T and Harry Heilmann, who was a hall.
Genesis Invitational Preview with Geoff Shackelford
"Are we are here at Riviera Country Club at genesis invitational all the newly named Invitational Status We're like what thirty thirty five steps from the Hogan Statue with a very important man. We don't have Mr Hogan in here sitting with us but Geoff Shackelford is here. He has a ton of history here at Riviera Country Club. What I WANNA know is in the La Dolf power rankings whereas Geoff Shackelford? George kisses up there now. He's high we continue to include. It's not if they're on the list I'm not on. The list is Tiger California Golfer at this point Scott a deserted us but coming back to host the genesis I think gets him back in full Full status on the list La I don't know he's more of an Orange County guy but but we're very happy to have you on on Martin. Yes he's moved to. So yeah I'm doing well network so like I said you have a ton of history here and you wrote the history book here. What is probably most interesting to me is like where does your history begin? Where like you have been around this place for for your entire life? You still live view very close. So where does all begin for you. Here you know I was very lucky my Dad was in the Gulf business and he joined here when I was about fifteen about several sixteen and so I got to play the course a lot. It was crazy place at that time. It was a public off-course of course essentially it was very busy but we would have to put our name on a board and wait two hours to get out now. They do like twenty five thousand rounds a year and it's ultra private yeah So it was is a Just a great way to kind of I was always interested in course design and history and obviously being here. And then you start kind of off Absorbing who's walked these grounds and every great American Golfer has has played including Bobby Jones and didn't really like the course it probably. It seems it was too hard to him when it opened. He made a comment. And there's a picture of him and his hairs you know. His hair was never out of place and he's just looks like he's been in a timely dyslexia commensurable and it's in our history book. I loved that photo because it was like. Oh well that that matched his quote and his only beef was of course was too hard but then he go through. You know. Nicholas didn't win in here but he got close and then every other great player probably in in the upper echelons has one here except tiger. And Jack Jack. Isn't that crazy. It's it's nuts 'cause it's generally rewarded. Great players and Jack came so close Momeni many times I mean the PGA the senior open L. A. Opens. It's kind of it's kind of like tiger. Tiger hasn't played here as much right. Yes played thirteen times Yaldo now hard on himself. He's made it like this is going to be one of the strongest longest fields in the entire year. He has made it more difficult decided to ignore the event during the like real real prime of his career. He did. He had reasons. The Greens weren't as good back. Then and you know how he feels about POA so that was part of it and then he had a bad experience here. Two thousand six where he played he was a little under under the weather? Steve Williams did not pack an umbrella and we had a surprise rain radar quite even then like we have now our forecasting like we have now which is amazing to think that was only thirteen years ago. Yeah gets wet gets more sick and then he was staying the east of the golf course which you don't do. The one negative of this tournament were staying West. You're staying West which I asked Dylan quickly Early on in in these discussions laying the groundwork for this this seminal podcast recording That you do not stay east of the course. And for whatever reason he was and he got caught It's the worst time of year. There's just everybody's working Hollywood's worrying every school's in session. Yeah and he got stuck in like an hour and a half track just to get to the four oh five. I was in eighth grade at this point so he did not come back after that and I actually asked him the first year he was coming back in involved in this I said you you are staying West. Gov Corsini laughed and he goes so he learned his lesson anyway but but to my story here so I just fell in love with the history and Emmy it's as historic course as there is in the United States just in terms of the people who've been here the architecture the movie stars Yeah we just had the Oscars last night. Yeah and everything about this place has just been nuts in terms of the history and then the location. I mean you guys do win the award for the best podcast location mile eighteenth with the ocean view and yeah. It's pretty sincere water. We can see number ten. This is my first time at revere. My first time seeing number ten in their Saints Saints Tenth. It should be interesting. We've got a downpour yesterday. So I'm glad though it it's been very cold here and when it gets cold. Green gets little borderline these two of the best of holds the PGA tour in near optimum. Or do you not feel that way. Yeah Oh yeah absolutely I mean. I have some conflicted feelings about the tenth of late as a lot of the players who it has been getting a little border line tricky. That's why I said it was nicer to rain yesterday because when the green gets pushing like thirteen and a half can get a little goofy and then yeah eighteen means. It's it's it's kind of bizarre hole and a lot of ways because tough the bunkers don't really mean much it's a blind tee. Shot is not much around the green and yet everybody everybody loves it. It's near the bunkers. Now they're only play for a bad golfer in. Yeah yeah they're they're there for looks more than anything so it's it's kind of bizarre finish and yet over the years it's produced all these great moments and the amphitheater I think is the thing that you just can't grasp on television. There's nothing like golf because it's it's not only is it able to host a lot of people but it's vertical and and the noise when there's a moment there is. There's nothing like getting golf because it's so vertical so on top of the green that it's just that's why so many people love to sit there on Sunday. How long does it take you to write in research research and do all the work for a course history like this place? I mean that has to take you countless weeks. Yeah I was really lucky. It was fi out a full year to work on it. I propose that after college when I realized I couldn't play over you I was twenty three ten and They had the PGA coming up and they wanted to do something. And so I- proposed it. And I had some great help from older members and Jim Murray wrote the foreword the Great La Times on this show who I got to know during the Greens project project here. which really got me interested in golf? Course design okay He wrote a wonderful forward about the course so that was an incredible and on the twenty three year. Old doing this work. I like anything I showed my passion for it and my interest. You know when you get older and you meet people who are younger. Who who appreciate history St Tell You you can tell you can see it and you want to help them? So I've kind of become the same way with people have shown interest in golf history and yeah So there are a lot of incredible. The people around here at the time and the owner is very passionate about the history and the as he should be because the more you tell the story of this place the more you realize holy cow now. There's nothing quite like Riviera in American golf in terms of again not just tournament history architecture. Then you have the added element of of celebrity and I'm that just just And then just having so many events here and the Events Higher Olympics twenty twenty eight so yeah it's got Everything coming here. Yeah I did know some of those stories. Because you know we can get kind of East Coast centric you can get Florida's centric when it comes to PGA Tour especially you know half the top twenty living in Jupiter Ram what is it about La Golf. That is different and do you have any of these favorite Brit stories about celebrities playing the game playing at these clubs around here. It's an odd town town. I have no problem. Yeah confessing passing that. It's not America's greatest city. Yeah for a couple of reasons. the the exclusive clubs are very exclusive on. The beauty of Riviera's is that it does open. Its doors to turnament so we all get to come and enjoy at once a year with the greatest players in the world. That's nice which you don't always get La Country Club is going to host the US Open in a few years. That's incredible Again knowing their history but we have we have an odd dichotomy of these elite gray golf courses uses and then the public of course seen isn't great the city of La isn't so hot in the way they maintain the courses and they've Kinda let them go and we have we have the the facilities are just like a lot of cities. Is there more. I mean we have a homeless problem. So it's like how can you be spending money. It's tough so and they have a lot of layers. So it's it's a weird city in that sense not a lot of places to hit balls. And yet you go to Rancho Park and just like places back east amazing characters It's pretty used to produce a lot of really good golfers. And they're always characters on the range just hitting balls and Studio City Range. She's to be famous for the celebrities. Who went there probably still go there although it's not long for this world so it's a it's a weird town that way and then obviously stars and that was one of the fun things going back to the to your question the book Just stuff like that. Humphrey Bogart used to you. Know hear it on the broadcasts become become almost a drinking game you know. He's the love the just get completely sauced out there on the twelfth leaning against that tree and Jim Murray was wanted always sitting there so he'd ride about it and that kind of how passed along But there are you know we have a it's interesting because the celebrity L. Minute Riviera Kinda started more with the Polo Club. Okay which is where. You'll be parking this week. Paul Revere Junior high well. Let's it's only Monday makes somebody mad. You may see me on the middle school show. The Riviera really struggle like a lot of clubs in the thirties with with golf because the depression but the Polo Club was the place to be. I mean it would. They had a Sunday Polo game Or match and and Clark Gable will rogers was kind of a host Just the double. Douglas Fairbanks Mary. Pickford all these uh-huh that's the biggest celebrities of the day and that kind of kept everything going the Polo Lounge the Beverly Hills hotel famous restaurant and bars called the Polo Lounge. Because that's that's where they went after the Polo but I mean they used to get big crowds for it. It was the thing that kind of kept all this going. So it's funny. How when you look at the history of the place you think Riviera and they had these great tournaments in the late twenties golf then? The depression Paulo. The Khanna kept it going whereas other places struggle.
How "Lil' Ol' Clemson" Overcame the Odds
"Here today to talk about Little Clemson. First of all where where did that name come from. Davos swinney has been using it basically since he took over as the head coach back in two thousand eight and I know we're not supposed to be here. We're does willow beer but we about the Tigers man. I'm so proud and just quickly remind us. How much has little clemson accomplished in the last five years? And how do those accomplishments stack up against some of the all-time great teams. This will be their fourth national championship game in the past five years and obviously they have won. Two of the past three national championships backpedaling Lawrence flips absorb open wide open just native. Where's the pen strengthens? Its the championship game really witnessing one of the all-time great runs right. After or maybe you know in conjunction with the dynasty that Alabama has had attack territory with very likely a victory formation and a fifty fifth win but this clemson senior class. The Tigers Tigers reclaimed their crowd by four Alabama. We are really truly talking about one of the great runs. We've seen in this sport and yet they seemingly get no respect at least if you listen into what Dabo Sweeney has to say we win to the team that beat South Carolina. And it's we we get clemson out. It's the dad gummed state so it's big because you know they can't vote us out. I mean we gotta we gotTA WE GOTTA go thirty. You know I mean we got no choice forced but Stewart I wanted to talk to you about some of the things Clemson has had to overcome to get where they are today because in some ways it makes her accomplishments even more remarkable. So let's start with the schools location. This is a school that is in the tiniest towns announced in college football. The main drag is a half mile if that they have one of everything and only one of everything one starbucks Fox Walmart. You've got this eighty thousand seat stadium hundred fifty thousand people rolling into the town on the weekends. it's incredible bull and but then they all leave. You know Monday through Friday. We kind of have our own world and it's named Clemson. It's not named university. University of their state and Frankly University of South Carolina has a much bigger fan base in that state. CLEMSON's not even the biggest Followed team in their own state. And I imagine it's harder to build that fan support when you don't have the state name in your school's name 'cause fans can identify so strongly with the state there from. Yeah I mean obviously the one big exception in College Football History Notre Dame that has a true national following but that goes all the way back to the nineteen twenties and and new rockne is taking them on the train and playing games all around the country. It's truly unique when you think about the kinds of programs that we're used to seeing at the top of the polls the Alabama is the Ohio states. It's the US's these are schools with big huge national fan. Bases Clemson truly is still even with all the success mostly a regional school well and a lot of people might not realize this but clemson has had to recruit locally for the most part I mean. It's remarkable if you look at their roster. How many of the guys as our from North and South Carolina Georgia in Tennessee every program? You know the the core of their recruiting class is going to be in their backyard. But clemson's up until recently. He was almost entirely from their backyard. And really that mirrors Funston as a school their alumni base something like seventy percent of the alums live in three states South Carolina North Carolina and Georgia. This is not the kind of place where anywhere in the country you go. You're going to find clumps in Bar And one other big thing. That's working against Clemson. Is They play in the ACC weaker conference where where they don't really have a rival and it's almost like people forget about clemson during the regular season because you know they don't have very many marquee games. Yeah everybody watched. Trevor Lawrence and Travis E. T. N. and and T- Higgins in last year's national championship game and saw how great they they were and then the season starts in people. Stop watching the game. They played against Texas. Ain't ammon week to was the most watched game they played this season A little over six million viewers. That was not even one of the top twenty most watch games in college football this season. And if you look at that list of the top Twenty Games Ohio Hi oh state was in five of them. LSU was in four of them Michigan. who wasn't even all that good was in three of them? When talks about lack of respect the thing that bothered him most is this year? was that none of those star players Trevor Lawrence WHO everybody assumes will be the number one pick when he's coming off his junior season travis? CTN has been one of the best running backs in the country the last three years. None of those guys made the heisman ceremony. And none of those guys were even finalists for the award for the best is player at their position in. That's not because they're not great players. It's because nobody watched them this season. How has clemson been able to overcome some of these kind of systemic? Systemic challenges. The fact that they aren't this historical powerhouse. The fact that they're in this tiny town in the middle of nowhere South Carolina would have been the keys to to them building this program into what it's become. Yeah well it really all starts Dabo swinney. He is a extremely unique personality in college. Football one moment along the way that I think have stuck with everybody was Dave beat Notre Dame in practically a monsoon in twenty fifteen regular season and they interview him after the game on. ABC what nine listen. We're giving scholarships give you stipends in tails in a place to live. We're giving nice uniforms. I give you good service tonight. It was big. Well Gee Bring Your own God put some dads and to me that personifies daboh like. That's not something. Most coaches coaches would say in a post game interview and kind of set the tone I think from their Dabo. Swinney is the fun coach. He's the coach who when they built their new football facility. They put in a PUTT. PUTT course welcome to the outdoor pavilion miniature. Golf Renfro just happened to catch the game winner in the National Championship Against Alabama. We'll see what he's got here. Your place on Punsalan rest for the weary. We'll at hunter and so that became their brand there. The Fun School there the place you want to go if you WANNA play college. Football get an education education and have a lot of fun doing it and to amplify that message. Clemson was really ahead of the curve. I think With how they used social media to appeal to recruits they are constantly putting out videos And other images that show exactly that that show that take you inside side. The Locker Room and inside the facility in show you how much fun they're having Show you Dabo swinney dancing in the locker room after a win Stewart. How would you describe Devil's dance? Moves dance moves are about a clunky and awkward as you'd expect from a middle aged dude but but certainly in keeping with his his personality. There's also a video that they posted of Disney filming a football ball movie at Clemson last night. Any five thousand people here. We have to shoot three plays and the entrance from valley in a half of a half time. Half time the real players went off the field and a whole bunch of actors and Clemson. Uniforms came running onto the field and the and the the crowd cheered them on. And and you know made it seem like a real football game and the footage is going to be spectacular. It's one of the three loudest crowds in Clemson visit history. And what role has the rest of the Clinton coaching staff played in the rise of the Tigers when Dab oh I started getting a going at Clemson they weren't a national powerhouse yet. They were starting to get better. He did something that was a little unusual at the time and basically took a lower salary for himself in order for them to spend more on. assistant coaches. Because at that time. They weren't necessarily rolling in money like some of the programs that they were trying to compete against. They they were paying their coordinators top dollar money and those coordinators played a huge role. I mean they were the ones that certainly Chad. Morris was the one that recruited and coach Sammy Watkins Skins and certainly does Shawn Watson. The guys that got this run started now. They are rolling in money. An data was making nine million dollars a year. And that's you know that there's no longer a disadvantage for Clemson. But they were very smart about how they went about managing that in the early years of this run.
Moths Flee or Face Bats Depending on Toxicity
"About twelve thousand species of Tiger Tiger Moth Earth. Some of them swoop and dive out of harm's way when Hungary bat tries to make them a meal but other tiger moth species are more blase I say they just don't bother to flee from Hungary bats and I really just wanted to know why why the difference what factors might be influencing whether a species. She's is more or less likely to perform these. Evasive maneuvers. Wake Forest University behavioral ecologist. Nick Dowdy he says it's a matter of taste i. Some of the malls are delicious but others are toxic and tastes terrible when the airborne predators catch these unappetizing moths. They'll spit them out. Giving bring the insects a new lease on life in a field experiment dowdy and his colleague William Connor filmed health five different species of tiger. Moths responded to bat attacks. Ax and what we found. was that those species which were really toxic so when the bats captured them they almost never ate them. Those species are much more likely likely to be. What we call nonchalance species that do not perform evasive maneuvers very often on the other hand species that were really palatable? We're much more likely to perform those evasive maneuvers. Almost in a sense sort of hedging their bets because if they don't make that escape if they are captured by a bat those species these are more likely to be another factor. Is that evasive maneuvers. have their own set of risks which may be why unpalatable. Moths tend to avoid them for for example diving away from Bats Burns fuel gives the insects less time to seek out mates and could expose them to other perils such as getting stuck in water or there could be predators on the ground like mice and other mammals the study is in the Journal. Frontiers in ecology and evolution. Doughty is now trying to identify The chemical compounds responsible for making some tiger. Moths taste bad wants. Those findings are in chemical analysis of museum. Specimens could help reveal l. how rare endangered or even extinct insects have behaved around predators. Study animal behavior even without a living organism. That's pretty amazing. Other animals with conspicuous warning signals such as garishly coloured poison dart frogs and foul smelling skunks are also tone to be slow. Movers perhaps a few deadly toxic or just plain stink can pay to be
Projecting the bowl games, including College Football Playoff
"Let's get started right now with what happened in conference championship games around college football I mention this this was the early game a what a tremendous game it was with Oklahoma and Baylor Oklahoma able to win the game thirty to twenty three in overtime Baylor actually had to play three quarterbacks are your quarterback Charlie brewer got knocked out in the game their backup quarterback was brutal and then also they bring in a true freshman who won back to back throws goes two for two for about a hundred and thirty nine yards and lo and behold Baylor's back in the game is tied at twenty three but calm as defense would make plays and over time they would win Sooners then kind of put that first shot out there okay we are a team that things we have a chance to get in the college football playoff and we'll get into who should get in and how we would see them coming up here in just a moment that goes along with what happened on Friday night the pac twelve championship game number five you jock who had their shot to put their name out there to be a playoff team they got walloped by Oregon thirty seven fifteen AM I saw something that I do want to get into a little bit later on in the program but I want to throw it out there early I saw Chris leak VS really like the bare bears a super smart guy he's analytics on college football or are second to none but he kinda reiterated the point that some other people had out there that said had are you this said organ gets punished for playing Auburn at the beginning of the year had organ played Stephen F. Austin I'm just using a team that is no disrespect to Stephen F. Austin head organ played somebody along those lines it would have been eleven and one they'd be in the college football playoff so my response to Chris was they're not in the college football playoff that has nothing to do with playing Auburn it has to be to do with the fact that they lost Arizona state a couple weeks ago if you beat a seven five Arizona state team in your organs your twelve and one right now guess what you have the argument to be in the college football playoff matter fact you probably all are in the college football playoff I said the thing that I don't want to get into now is less good match ups during the college football season so let's not start listed organs out because they lost to Auburn even with the loss to Auburn if they take care of Arizona state they're in the college football playoff elsewhere today you then got to the SEC championship game and the big question there was could the SEC get two teams and I I mentioned last week I thought I was you was already in the college football playoff regardless and that Georgia would have a chance to get in as well with the victory the big question here was number one offense whatever true offense the country now as you baby the best defense in the country the university of Georgia what would give well this was a mismatch from the word go LSU Joe burrowing company up and down the field on Georgia Georges defense played well enough by holding Ellis you to field goals in keeping him out of the end zone to at least give their offense a chance but I think one of the underrated parts of LSU everybody's knock their defense they're not very good they can't get stopped they got a lot of stops today they completely dominate Georgia thirty seven to ten the Tigers are going to be in the in the college football playoff Georgette now going to go to the Sugar Bowl and what it what to me honestly was a disappointing season for the dogs and Kirby smart you've got twenty two five star players on your roster twenty two Aaron you lost two games this year lose LSU really no shame in losing to the Tigers Tigers might be the best team in the country will find out in the playoffs or they the best team will they win a national championship but to lose to South Carolina and have an offense that was not very good all season long that was a problem for the dog elsewhere ACC championship I'll be honest I did not turn this on for one second I knew exactly what this was going to be Clemson destroys Virginia sixty two to seventeen I believe that's now the fifth straight ACC championship for climb said there's nobody in that conference that can challenge that I know on a random Saturday they've lost a pet throughout the years couple seasons ago they lost the Syracuse on a Friday night this year they were challenged by North Carolina when Clemson is at their best and tonight was just an example of their best when the Tigers get out and play the way that they're playing there's nobody in the ACC they even called there's nobody in the ACC with a couple of touchdowns of them Clemson is really distanced themselves from the rest of their own conference and I'm gonna check it out nobody wants to play them in the college football playoff they don't Clinton is slapped on because our schedule is pretty lackluster but the Tigers are playing some on believable football finally the big ten championship some intrigue comes out later in the evening Ohio state and I mentioned last week I thought Ellis you in Ohio state were in regardless of what happened tonight but it became interesting early on where Ohio state was down twenty one to seven at halftime to Wisconsin as to what was really going to happen in this game you know could Ohio state had they lost I don't know twenty eight seven or thirty one fourteen had Ohio state lost in a scenario like that was there any chance that Wisconsin maybe then could jump in and get into the college football playoff well it did matter was a moot point Ohio state would outscore Wisconsin twenty seven nothing in the second half after they win thirty four to twenty one JK Dobbins you might get an invite to the Heisman Trophy ceremony thirty three carries a hundred seventy two yards and a touchdown Justin feels to ninety nine and three scores he probably will be in New York City I in a couple of weeks
Are we living in the Brooks Koepka era?
"<hes> on. Would we go. We got five topics number. One has everything to do with Brooks. KEPCO ABC Brooks won the W._g._C. Fedex Saint Jude Sunday forget how he did it or who he beat he won. That's a matter of fact it is his seventh to her win. Six of those have come in the last three years for them have been major championships. He's number one in the world. He's going finish this year at that spot unless someone goes crazy and so I asked you to think about Gulf history are we living in the Brooks kept get era yeah. We are undeniably undoubtedly. I think everyone still getting used to it. I think Brooks kept guy is even still getting used to it. I mean listen what he said in his press conference after his win. Yesterday he said you know it's always nice to squeak out a victory over probably the best player right now the best player referring to rory mcilroy who's clearly. I'm not the best player right now. We'll get more rory in a second but there was no doubt who the best player on the golf course was yesterday once he made his Birdie Putt in rory missed on number three there was just this sense of inevitability <unk> gravity. Whatever it is that happens when kept good takes control of Golf Tournament? Usually we see that a major championship in this case it was a flat W._G._C.. <hes> but it really underscored the sense is that when this guy is on he is the king all right so then for the twenty tense. Let's talk about the Erez I mean I think there are three yeah. I don't know Oh man. I know what you think this entire conversation yes. The beginning of the twenty tens. The first era is the tiger hangover your is tiger for one is still dealing with the wake of his infidelity to he's not playing as well. He's got all these injuries so then the second era is the Rory era rory takes over he wins four majors in in. I don't know five years a bunch of other winds on both tours the European tour and the P._G._A.. Tour he is number one player in the world. He is the second coming they say of Tiger Woods whether yeah that's true it's probably not then the third era I think is the Brooks era in which I mean there is no Jason Day speed or D._J.. Iran what do you think well. I mean it's funny. I looked at this 'cause I was thinking about in article. All this happens sometimes get deepened articles that never quite make it to fruition but this whole idea of you know this game of thrones were there is a power vacuum or board guys were battling for that top spot and not just the world number-one ranking but truly truly like golf's heavyweight title belt the championship belt. You're not just number one by name but you are undoubtedly the best player in the world by any definition and it went around and around and around in this post Tiger Tiger Post Rory Era D._J.. J._T. Speed Jason Day there. I mean they're all these guys that were rotating around. Justin rose got in there kept. I got in there for a second <hes>. It's not until recently we probably at the P._G._A.. <hes> that Brooks really staked his claim to the throne. None of those dudes had it for more than one year now speed is one three majors was makes you think there is an era their speed era <hes> what he won on them during an incredible Twenty fifteen year yeah twenty sixteen he didn't he didn't play well in twenty sixteen. He won a couple times on tour but that was it twenty seventeen. He gets his British open and his anything since like D._J.. A._J.. He wins at oakmont. Here's a great year after that then he doesn't win for a little bit of so Jason Day has like seven wins and twenty five starts really hot for one year fades after that Justin rose gets the number one wins onto a couple of times fades after that these things they don't. There's no sustenance yeah well. I think I mean you know you said if you look at these quote Unquote Erez if you look at deejays era you need signature wins to define these things and the W._g._C.'s we have learned they you know for for all the the might the strength of field they cannot carry a player's legacy there to there to flat. They're good window-dressing in for Brooks kept good. That's exactly what this is. This is what this is best is non major win right. It's over strong field limited field but still really strong field. It's over Rory mcilroy the number three plan player in the world but it really supports his body of work in an important way for how we look at Kapka and I think that that made yesterday huge for him numb number one in the field in strokes gain putting by the way yesterday and for the week he gained what almost ten strokes putting this week so you know watching him. It just looks like oh he's not missing missing a shot in sitting in the middle of every green managing his way around now yesterday he got up and down all seven times that he missed the green <hes> he gained almost three strokes on the field
Tiger attacks Kansas zoo keeper after 'error' brought two together
"A zookeeper at the peak zoo in Kansas is recovering from serious head and neck wounds after being attacked by one of the zoo's Sumatran Tigers more from ABC's Maggie Rulli who says they've never had something happened at the zoo like this before so they're investigating what could have gone wrong. And they say the main point they're looking at right now that why the keeper and the tiger were in the. Closure together at the same time. They say that should have never happened. That is an air. They make the point that the keeper will often go into the Tigers pen to maintain it to clean it up. But never at the same time as the tiger. Tiger named Sonji will not be
"tiger tiger" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"From whenever we filed a week ago. I had Marquette one Villanova two Butler three I'd like to correct that take Butler throw them in the garbage and give me Seton Hall at three. Saint John's at four am I I out of the top twenty five and one right now, by the way is that Minnesota team that won at Wisconsin. Minnesota fans this morning. Asking me what else is Richard Patino have to do to get in the top twenty five and one he's got only two losses in two wins over top twenty five teeth answered that question, it just got to get one of the other teams out of there. I was debating with Saint John's in Minnesota decided to go with Saint John's, but either way market Villanova. I'm now going Seton Hall Saint John's in some order, my top three years Villanova Marquette, and Saint John's lastly, a C I went was Cincinnati mostly because that was my preseason prediction. Cincinnati one Houston to UCF three. You went UCF one Houston to Cincinnati three and penny. Hardaway Tigers all the way down at eighth place in the American athletic confidents, the most disrespectful thing I've ever heard. Where do you have Memphis parish NIA come on now Pitie pity Tigers tiger's, I'm not saying it's outside the rumble possibility. But I didn't watch them just beat Wichita state by double digits last night. I yeah. But you made this pick what coming off a win over Florida AM if not Tennessee State do see what they did to him. I did not. But I'm guessing you did. Well, we'll taking a sip of some New Hampshire, Dan, I'm assuming that's all winter smooth. You can drink it straight. Pour. Your soul out on the web new spirits dot com. Pour your soul out sounds dangerously close to an oasis album..
"tiger tiger" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"So you never have to compromise on game day. And better yet that's fewer calories and half the carbs, Bud Light. The competition ISA doesn't stand a chance. True. I don't care. I don't care. Nobody likes him and that's why. More news, Ashley, Catherine. Tiger Woods is back is he feel like that headline is happened a hundred times in the last couple of weeks. So you say not back, I just feel like people keep saying he's back. What does that mean is has he won? No, no, he did come his closest to winning cool this time. Yeah. Since back when he was back the first, the very first original, which time. Here's my theory k. and we'll just blow this. So people maybe don't notice how bad it Tiger Woods is the mcrib. Like like people like to make a big deal about how he's back and it's back. But really, it's if you're constantly talking about it being back, it's like, why is it leaving? And Tigers probably if mathematics, if we study the data here. We keep getting excited that he's back and then usually not this time, but usually he kinda collapses. So logic would dictate he's probably never gonna be back like, oh, good. Tigers. Tiger again Tigers always at the top. I mean, he's back like the mcrib for a limited time only. So rather than continuing to have the tiger back is tiger not back. I think the conversation is just like Tigers back again, slow shamrock, shake Tigers back, but only till the end of March. Yes, for a limited time, only Tigers back. It's today's Tigers on today's when isn't it Honda days? You don't know know if you're not paying attention to Honda and the days. Yeah, you'd have to look it up. Yeah. Okay. So if you go to golf and you're like, are we in Tigers back or are we not in the Tigers? Right. 'cause I don't ever think he's gonna just be, can I should I? Should I buy a Honda or or should I wait? Yeah. Should I should I watch golf this weekend or is tiger not back? Okay. Is it mcrib time. Or not. Okay. Mic rib is. He looks like ribs. It's just meet molded into that show. It's it's, I don't there. Is there anything grocer than meat being molded to look like bones? Is that the grossest sentence you've ever heard this pretty? We shape our meat, so it looks like bone back next, which would you rather your coach to actually trying to move on in the rundown? And what a great question, which would you rather your coach? Do my question for you? Hopefully there's two coach, dune, weird headlines. I saw this week k. one Chelsea's new manager Marite CO. Sorry. He. Was chewing cigarettes. What on the field during the game? So he used a small when he coached Napoli. He would smoke on the field like rip butts on the. Okay. He can't. That's not allowed in the UK. Okay. So he was chewing like, you could see the filter hanging out of his mouth gross. Now I've seen old dudes like have cigar that keep us a gar- in their cheek if you ever encounter one of those have not no good. It is like a hardcore dip. It's not like, oh, I don't dip because there's no spitting. I think there's, I remember it happening at freshman orientation. That guy was his son and he had, I'm like, what is that chewing on? I don't shame. So that was what he was doing. So he was chewing cigarettes on the field. Would you rather your coach Choo cigarettes on the field during your game or be like Perry hill? The first base coach for the Marlins who was putting a wet piece of lettuce under his helmet in order to stay cool because it was really hot that day. He said the Cottam doing on the broadcast they asked. He said it was an old trick that Pete Rose used to do. Do things are maybe we follow in his footsteps. We're not kink shaming. You're right. I am comfortable saying that if you put what led us under your helmet, you're not allowed in the hall. I think that's fair. Yeah. Why wouldn't you just freeze? Filat. Why wouldn't you just use a towel? Let's doesn't absorb. Let us seen as refreshing when you bite into it..
"tiger tiger" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"So logic would dictate he's probably never gonna be back like, oh, good, Tigers. Tiger again, Tigers always at the top. I mean, he's back like the mcrib for a limited time only. Hello, waffle fries. Welcome to sports guest into the question. Mark start to the question. I'm Katie Nolan. Cheese, Ashley. Hi, this is today's question. Do you Nestle from Indiana? I was just wanting to ask you about the the controversy that or potential controversy that came out probably article about ninjas before night. Streamer saying that he wouldn't talk or stream with women giving you guys are name dominated profession. Nice to. Who is it also gives you the opportunity to talk about four nights and see who must not be named ease normative. I appreciate are taking cover. Thanks. Thanks for calling Brian love you mean it to. Yeah, for those of you who don't know the basic gist of it in one of the most, the most popular streamer for fortnight. Said in a recent article that he's not going to stream and play with women because he's married and the internet will start rumors or harass his wife or him about how he's sleeping with said streamer. And so his only way to avoid that drama that he feels is necessary is to set a blanket policy of, I'm not going to stream with women, which an inch. The result interesting reaction from the internet. I'm going to start this all in preface this by saying that obviously there is a very passionate, strong video game community and fan base that we are not inside of. I love video games. I play video games. I'm tangentially familiar with the community, but I'm not in any way purporting. To be a person that's on the inside of the gaming world. So we're just that little disclaimers out of the way. Okay. There's a lot of aspects to this that are interesting, and I'm normally averse to talking about something. I don't have my opinion a thousand percent worked out on, but this felt like a, you know, it was a good question Ryan called in asked it. And you Ashley said that you were interested to talk about it? Yeah, I as someone who's not in the game community, even ten generally at all. This seems ridiculous to me. There are elements of it that I know. I don't understand one, obviously the the gaming community particular video games that shooters my goodness. Just when you have to look with the one film and move with the other, don't get, he'll get it. Also, the article that I read ninja referenced like a level of celebrity and the gossip that that fuel, and that's something that I don't understand either. So. As a woman who plays video games that has dealt with a certain level of celebrity and rumors and speculation about you. I thought you were kind of uniquely poised to give an opinion on this because like when you're streaming, you're not even the same spot, right? Everybody's always cycling whom dating on save the world. It's like such an annoying thing being famous. Look, let's talk through all the budget layers, and I may end up contradicting myself, but I think we're in a safe space where we can just talk through my thoughts on this general. My first thought is it makes me think of another certain prominent person potentially in the government who once said something like how he wouldn't go out to dinner alone with a woman that wasn't his wife. His wife because mother again, there's an alleged. And so there was an interesting conversation that you know some people have a blind spot to where they think. Wow, that's great. That's respectful of his wife. And then women who are in the profession that this person works in who are in politics in who aspire to reach a certain level like wall. So that means I'm never going to get to be at that level because you would take a senior policy adviser to dinner and talk shop over dinner. You're saying you'll never go to dinner loan with a woman. You're not outright saying you'll never hire a woman to be your senior policy adviser, but just based off of actions wearily it disqualifies a woman from the office because you don't wanna disrespect your wife or you can't keep yourself from sleeping with her. So this story and I think this happened for a lot of people reminded me a little bit of that.
"tiger tiger" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Now starting job Three games start, Stam's Arnold At least not here, we don't think tiger one but what he did for the tournament and, for. Ratings can't be denied correct you're talking about. Tiger in the big picture everybody's still, thinks he'll win. A tournament maybe, a major I'm I said I don't think it, will not that he. Can't. But, he certainly. Can okay well we'll see so my question to you, is who on the weekend if that surfing, thing had happened this weekend I would. Have given it, to that got. It didn't but it. Didn't. I'm on the weekend KEPCO Brooks won the. PGA held off a charging. Tiger tiger, playing, extremely well, this guy just I mean looks to part with the working out in the whole dealing with just stripe and dries when he didn't have to the end. To win his third major so I give it to Brooks three of the last six batting, five hundred hard to argue but I'm going to go, a different direction CBS clearly you know what either whether you think Brooks kept going on the weekend or whether you think. Tiger was the most electric find thing you've seen since, tiger circa two. Thousand five two thousand six. Your watched it, on CBS did the ratings For Saturday fifty four percent we from year ago we haven't seen the numbers yet. For Sunday they are going to be astronomical so because we're all talking about whether KEPCO wanted, or tiger wanted the winner is CVS baby they are, still partying at black rock like you would not believe targeted joy this CBS because you never know when you're gonna get. It again that'll.
"tiger tiger" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experience books in a whole new way we're stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more people talk about becoming famous overnight it's usually an exaggeration but it actually kind of happened to johannes gibbs wrote about eight years ago she's an author she won the big scotiabank giller prize the biggest award in canadian fiction for her first ever novel called the sentimentalists leading up to that big night johannes book only a handful of reviews there weren't a ton of copies kicking round she was the underdog so when johannes gibbs rude was announced as the winner the youngest person ever awarded the giller prize jaaz dropped monaco's dropped from is cigarette holders fell to the floor the canadian literary world was pretty shocked at her sudden rise to stardom i like how i imagine the canadian literary world as the monopoly man but since then it's safe to say that johanna has lived up to all of the hype she's published another novel children's book three poetry collections two collections of short fiction and on top of that she just released her latest book called tiger tiger and through the fourteen different stories you'll find in their johanna takes you from science lab to a nursing home all the way to mars johannes gibbs rude join me from an equally faraway place studio in tucson arizona russia teaches in the english department at the university of arizona take a listen.
"tiger tiger" Discussed on PTI
"Combats acquired in the interruption presented by skype outgassing part of happy hour ann dowd we have got bored huge college football games tomorrow's let's bring in someone who actually knows what you're talking about our good friend from college gave they mr david pollock who just took off his tied by the way so they would look kashmir kashmir friday let's start with us t see you in and look to the big 12 oklahoma won easily when they met just three weeks ago do you expect something different this time i expect tcu to keep it closer tcu he's got to find a way to play keep away i mean they they just literally kinney hill and company need to run the football they need to run the option they did not worried about his help and trying to win the time of possession because gary patterson showed you in one thing you you're going to see when in oklahoma when and if oklahoma gets in the final four is there is not a team in the country that's going to stop oklahoma's offense it's the most dominant force in college football so they're going to get there send you got to try to play keep away maybe he can force baker mayfield and a couple of bad decisions i think you can hang around because i think they can score some points but oklahoma right now they're deep it's actually trending in the right direction at the right time so i i think oklahoma that offenses is going to be a handful for anybody they got a good shot to win this whole thing let's move to a game and conference near and dear to your heart all burn in georgia the rematch with the sec title auburn rolled georgia in their first match up what is george you have to do differently.
"tiger tiger" Discussed on PTI
"Can i could be hilton three schools are looking to be competitive they're not only they're they're not even looking to be in the top three in near division every we heard this out of arizona state which he yesterday saying all these cultist eightball programs and the people who run them when they give away this got the money and the boosters in the sponsors and they're wear near flex the nearest papua new jersey's today they expect the national officiers worth seventy five million dollars which is one of the five coaches in the last eight years of college football right the national chair national championship of budgetary these eleven when season win jameis winston yes can't tell me he can't recruit to say the text i'm sure he can of boy is in a state of texas the bring of feeling on something like this that is such an enormous contact at my feeling is it just has it has the aura to me of one of those baseball contracts 127 eight and on your baseball conference we're in the last three years you say what what were we thinking of einstein i don't respect the national championship on kennex workship simple fisher the knack wouldn't it be great tension went to florida state and then you could see than he could have a comparison the cleveland cavaliers one their ten th straight game last night beating the hawks in atlanta a two weeks ago we were talking about cleveland as if they lost it now they found it the only team with a longer winning streak this year's boston and the celtics won last night beyond cairo irving's 36 points we'll buy and we are a quarter of the way through the regular season i ask you who was more likely to win the mvp lebron james and kyrie irving we'll tell you one thing you know and i i do vote for this particular award all those words at the end of the season you vote mep i do pupil tend to get tired may be of the same person time after time of.
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"Does this mean last night by and large hail getting down and knock down all the time he was pushed around fumbled once got picked twice so i mean i think i'd say it has an effect i think that was a bad game for washington the university of tennessee still does not have a football coach but they do have a brand new athletic director former coach philip fulmer has been hired to take the place of john curry who was fired this morning curry had been in california where he was wooing mike leach to become tennessee's football coach but before any deal could be made tennessee ordered curry back home and canned of when the plane landed we'll bonn problem solved let me say with all due respect to our dear friend freaky nation and all of by relatives in tennessee no half my family that does your family has more on america's family you father with twenty brothers and sisters damn will better believe there's a lot of family a mother with eleven now this is a lot of attention for program a middling program ones luther's in city of thirty one brooke aunts and uncles how 'bout that 3120 in eleven let them into this and so i as a full squad delete all the problems are not solved you still got a higher problems are solved what may maybe some of them firing that ad helped solve at least on one of our core of a war the moment you deny credit here also going to bring other people back in the play who would told tennessee get out of here like say david cote cliff who's a tendency guidelines agents thing i'll give trade creating the interesting mikelic's could coach and i don't know if he would have done i don't know that for for second unlikely mike pretty got the only way we lay but here's here's the problem the tennessee has they still have a chancellor who i don't know what his legs are there because he had to have signed off on this yano thing i don't know how long was going to be there before i signed if i wasn't football coach i wouldn't necessarily just take full mrras word for something i'd wanna know all of the structure in that school in what clinton come at you.
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"Thorn okay because i did pay attention to this i watched and listened to the commentary i heard bones mci on and peter jacobsen saying they never seen him swing with sychev snake bit talked about the freed her indonesian believe who has been antagonistic towards fine when he or she does i thought he was pretty he's pursuing because his industry is going down the toilet i'm just tell you without tiger was randall share blood you'll so he was a few some people looked at tiger woods and you could tell there was a feeling of nostalgia that he might actually be back that's right now it's a resort course and the other players aren't grinding because it doesn't mean i think there to any you'll light in this to you just now un brand do share blue until tighter could do nothing to sue him despite winning all those majors and all those tournaments for twenty years could do a damn thing out e e you're you're hatred of brandel chamblee auto list second okay what i'm saying to was my caution is it's a resort course and the other players that just happened to cause harm but he looked better than better than a great okay who scraped you off the wall and he's have great wall on i understand my responsibilities of coming here assuring you do big game in big deal last night tony and the cowboys found that if they stopped wining and just play they might still be in the playoff picture for awhile zeke gillian might not be back yet but alfred morris was just fine and his absence his one hundred twenty seven yards rushing and the cowboys harassing them kirk cousins amounted to a really lopsided win thirty fourteen total misses your division does this all to the immediate future for either of these teams it certainly alters the immediate future for the cowboys this was essentially an elimination game from the playoffs both teams were five and six in the in the nfc tech you've got to be ten and six you'll you're not going to get in the way so just students are running clarify redskins done their done okay oh no there are absolutely go back to the cowboys are still in it they get ezekiel elliott back with two games to go but those two games are seattle in.
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