8 Burst results for "Tim Gorman"

"tim gorman" Discussed on The Drill Down

The Drill Down

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"tim gorman" Discussed on The Drill Down

"Through september thirty terms and conditions apply. I welcome to the drill down. Podcast back to the drill own podcast. We're glad to have you can really joins us right now. He is the ceo of bio ventas. Joining us from durham north carolina. Ken glad to have you. Tell me about your business. What how do you guys make money. Well we sell medical devices corey To both hospitals as well as physician offices and i we restore patient's lives to act active healing so these might be patients that have osteoarthritis of the knee that are disabled in some way or not able to live in active life or they've had a fracture that isn't healing and we're able to through our stimulation device axon restore that fracture and he'll it without a surgical procedure. We offer gate restoration devices. That post stroke allow people to regain walk normally Those are some of the things that we do as a company But we sell these devices to two providers to hospitals that utilize them to help their patients and it seems that there's a sort of a a a a fundamental the bone growth or supplementing bone growth has kind of a central component. All that stuff yes. A lot of what we do Certainly with our stimulation of ice exhibition and then our bone graft substitutes which are used in spinal fusion. They are about bone growth and and obviously ultimately for for all these patients. I i would say we're a pain relief company corey so we relieve patient's pain whether it's because we can help achieve bone growth to defuse spine and relieve pain or to heal fracture and relieve pain or to eliminate pain from osteopath rightous All these things And these devices address pain and by addressing pain it allows a patient to go back to living an active life which we as a company feel as an active life. That's a happy life or a happier life if people can get out and exercise and hike or or be with their loved ones in In the outdoors for instance. Those are those are things that we're trying to achieve as a company with our devices and this is all devices. This isn't this isn't drugs to per say nope. These are all medical devices classified. They're all fda approved as a medical devices. Some are injectables. Corey like are highly roenick. Acid product jura lane for instance which is an injection into the knee for osteoarthritis pain. But it's still regulated by fda sadr as a as a device medical device. How much of this is about sort of degeneration and the joy world having of getting old or how much of this is sports medicine and and other things like that great question a big party with. That's my job. A big part of it. Corey i would say over. Fifty percent of what we do is in degenerative conditions that are caused by aging so osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition and with our devices we really hope to allow patients to continue to be active older in life. And that's a key mantra that we have in and that really excites. The company is as we see people fifty sixty seventy eighties that use our products that are able to live more active lives because of that Other than you know having a more invasive sometime surgical procedure they can use our devices or get an injection of our device like dur- lane and restore and eliminate pain so they can continue to be active until two of the sales process. There's a building here in san francisco and san francisco ferry building here the or the base of the bay and kind of in the heart of downtown san francisco. There's building on sutter street. Not too far from here. And it is a dozen fifteen stories filled with doctors offices. And i have never been in that building and not seen someone get into the elevator with a giant suitcase briefcase. Like thing full of something that they're going essentially door to door knocking doctors door selling dr into the sun. There from from plastic surgeons two dentists. Two osteo surgeons of or whatever general practitioners. But i wonder. Is that how you sell stuff. You knock on doors and chopin doctors offices and say we've got the solution to your patients needs. Sometimes we do We have a sales force of about three hundred in the united states. And we also sell of course around the world We have direct sales teams in canada. Uk and germany and then we use distributors elsewhere. But those sales reps will interact with orthopedic surgeons predominantly. That's are predominant call point and you know the the surgeons will typically they. They look at them as sales reps. Yes but also sometimes it's consultants because if you look at our our sales people see so many different scenarios clinical scenarios and say osteoarthritis treatment or in fracture treatment more so than sometimes the physicians that the physicians will will engage them and say hey. Do you think your device exegen could heal this fracture. And and that's where the the rebel way in and the sales rep knows korean situations if they got it. It'll help in a dozen help. It her credibility so so they're very careful when they're in that consulting relationship. They maintain their credibility. So yes it's sales sometimes it's out prospecting. But just the other half of it is servicing their new at their their existing accounts. And and it's that fair balance with our sales team. And i suppose. I have a friend from tim. Gorman is a medical sales in he also fantastic beer brewer at the fair brewing company. Get there quick but he also. He's he actually goes into operating room with doctors and and sees what they're doing and i'm he surely not consulting in the surgery but he sees what they're doing and the any knows what. The best practices are from doctor to doctor from place to place. So he's really able to share that knowledge that is correct in with our bone graft substitutes products like osteo amp is one are rupture in the in the procedure. making sure that the nurses have what they need. They deliver it correctly to the doctor in the devices. Ready to go when he's ready to implant it so that's part of the role there. It's a service role in that situation. Not a selling role and that's where this position can be very unique as a sales rep is your you have you always have to be prospecting to your point in getting those elevators going into those offices. But at the same point you're also servicing the account you have and and being that that consultant or providing that service. I would suppose they also able to bring back from the field to to bio venice and say. Hey this this work better if we did it this way or i noticed. The doctors have to keep going through this extra step with. Can we fix that. Yes we have a consistent feedback loop and obviously with the pandemic. we've had a continued to iterative. That and for a company our size you know. We're roughly nine hundred employees and We regard ourselves as being agile being able to respond quicker than some of our larger competitors. And that's just served us well in the pandemic where we've seen pretty good success with our business As we've weathered the storm here so to speak. And and i think that feedback loop their responsiveness that we've been able to employ with different new tactics..

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"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

"That would be pretty kick ass and remember long. Vhs hey freak. Susan free kits. It's mad men. Tim gorman or timmy. Mad cornerman or to monkey. Lous here the moratorium. We are celebrating bikinis boobs and blood and our first ever summer movie madness. So grab your boom box a sticker juicy fruit and your finest pair of scr oats because the madness is about to begin. Cue the music and three to one already forgot it dollar insane. That's the match made in a bath firm floating into the void. Me me me. Those like a cartoon cat like warming up before he's gonna sing. Sammy oh yeah. I've watched a lot of movies. I have done zero work As for you know out key work around the house dishes Mowing stuff like that. All fallen by the wayside can watch stupid eighty. And i'm a happier person because of him. Yeah for sure. I went off the charts. I went off the rails That's why i guess we just Mentioned to each other off. Air that yes. Let's make this a two parter. Because i had wow many things to talk about. Wow too many things. I can't stop well. It's all these movies. That will never get around to actually watching to do an entire show on but i wanna talk about him so sure one thing leads to another like. Maybe there's more here than at. I i I got to watch and movies. I'd never heard of. And i can't stop myself and once i put them on. I'm just kind of glued there. I'm like i'm i gotta find out how this crap show ends yeah. I watched some very low budget. Things and i've watched some Not necessarily newer but the movies that were very familiar to us Back in the eighties. So yeah that you revisited. And you're like oh there. There were dealing with some issues air. That are way over my head when i was thirteen. So do you wanna introduce us now. Since we have or we get into that he knows who we are. Yeah yeah. I'm kim your jason yes Welcome oh my god wait. This is how we should open the show every time. Yeah yeah. I'm tim ja jason. Welcome to the show favorite it. Let's dig again. You've got a movies that we have to talk about them pumped..

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"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Sawn. Spread him on a biscuit. So you stayed up last night and took notes. Excited about next week. So I kind of did some. Homework that I didn't need to do but it was it was a joy innings. Yeah. You want to just tell the audience what the next week's movie is and we'll go from there. Go about our business. Wow, that would be breaking all. I mean I. Can I mean we just get right into this get like knee-deep in it right off the Bat Or we going to say next movie is Mac and me and good night. Thing look like all back. That Thang a Goethe's ball bag. Push a kid in a wheelchair like off with him and. He has a very disturbing. 'cause he's like is in a wheelchair I think isn't he's disabled the kid the. Yeah you're right. I've only seen wants like way back but that was enough it shocked me like Hey They're really gonNA roll that if really able kid off a cliff. Take some balls. It's do the more conventional opening, and then we'll see where that's new main twelve minutes from now. S Plus don't we do we have any like unfinished business from without warning. Like maybe there was something. Few things to talk about that are really n directly related to without warning. Okay. Good. One thing I want to say is I watched a little bit of it aperture. We did the episode. I don't know I think we kind of like Yada Yada Yada through some of the like. especially, like Martin Landau like. Dropping some exposition and stuff you know went back and listen to some of that crap and it's just nonsense and he is overacting to a point where it is so. I mean he really got into that characters, I. I. Wonder. Was He over acting or? Did he just gets so DP he believed. I don't know I. Don't know. That's a good question. East scary. I mean like he's Just, a strange looking man I bought he did a phenomenal job and I ask you have your opinion of the film when you back. And looked at these things I mean I know you didn't really care for it as much as you had hoped. There just wasn't enough. There you know. The little flying air biscuits. I call whisker visit. Not that last time man that would give us get literally was like a was edited and just say whisker biscuit slightly six times in different voices for me right now. US, all of your powers to edit all of this vacuum. Yeah not enough. Not Enough Alien. Yeah. I guess is what I really didn't. Get Bell Short, on the Alien Win The box showed more alien than the movie did yeah. Maybe. The alien had some action sequences instead of just standing there big dope. The only real thing he did was throw though with your biscuits. WanNa say that again. I don't know how they I. Think we saw him throw one and he actually through like a Frisbee yeah. Out and maybe that's just a game on his planet like A. What storm Cornhole. So yeah, right. Maybe that's call holding. Discussing words by the Yes it is that means something else back in the day. I, let's get into it but welcome to the yarn. Well. Be Your host today. Tim Gorman. And every day. Okay. Me Not just today. This is my last episode I. Forgot to Tell You. Yes. Link wishing my duties. I've had enough I've had enough of these crappy movies. Wow. You're just going to watch lifetime movies for it that wouldn't be bad at hallmark channel all the way every time I go to my malls she's watching lifetime movie today she was watching one with Leah Thompson She looked great. Let me guess she was a victim of a date rape. And she's coming to terms with She became instantly pregnant. She birthed out a full sized man all side who went down with that was a different movie. Not One of those. you are Jason Walker. Yes. That is true. That remains true from last episode those. So at least I got, I got that going. All right. And I've got a lot to talk about because I did I pulled double duty this week. I'd say duty again. and. It wasn't necessary but it was necessary. And will find a way to get through my load of crap. The Path that you've taken for this, it's like I had multiple personalities in working on this episode, I have a lot of kind of related things to kind of drop in. So that's this'll be just a opri gone. Off Maury that's what I was calling. I'll take Schwartz for six hundred. s words he shores shortage. We talked about Sean Connery last week didn't we is like ninety something I saw that he just had a birthday like ninety on or something like that. Yeah. I'm GONNA, leave this without warning open because I'm GonNa, need a little bit later. So you, you do your thing what's on your mind I was looking into without warning, just trying to find some weird connections and. I think I was just clicking around on Neville brand looks like in a row. He was unabashedly the star of this movie. Yeah He. Really. His I mean you look at him and your life? My God. is He's like a Greek God you know. chiseled features. Chisel slipped a few times. His two minutes of screen time just film or captivating. It's like he's just did some heroin. About to float off, he was a movie called scalawags. He played a brimstone mud hook. Both. Yeah. I guess. So said the girl Douglas was in that WHO Holy Shit? Kirk Douglas. Neville Brand George Eastman Leslie, and down Danny Devito Danny. devito plays a character cold flyspeck. House. And.

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"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

"I guess they were loading crate that had this. Giant statue idol or whatever you know to loaded on a boat and some guy just like yelling at each other and a guy like spills coffee on the controls and it drops the crate down on top of a guy just. A bad place be. I. Love Those Things I. I wish we could just do like a super cut of like every like construction site accident caused by some type of you know paranormal whatnot or cup of coffee. Cup of coffee. I just watched another one in Well, that wasn't paranormal but the show the master with Lebron. Clear. They're doing the same thing. Here's the like A. Guy. That's too old to be doing this kind of Cleveland Cleef. He's in his sixties and he's like you know come on, bring it back bring it back, bring it back and he was like Whoa. WHOA. And then the guy just forget what he's doing and just like drop save he like the you know cargo thing on his legs. That Shit. Well, actually the master gets out of the van and does zero. Rosa and do like me augie karate shot into the crater no. Okay. Because that's leaving Khalif and you can only like you know it's going to switch to his stunt double pretty quickly. But yeah. He throws a big Chinese star in a dislike severs the robe. He only got his hips crushed. He have been killed me. What are we talking about? Yeah, exactly. M Walsh He. I, and for a brief second is like, are we doing this over wish master because I? Probably ought to watch it again. And I came back and I was like, Oh, no, we're doing class of well, maybe we should just say who we are I maybe All right. Well, welcome to the moratorium. I'm your host Tim Gorman. and which Jason Walker with a CO host. Yeah. Did you say that this week and now this week, my co host has and this week next week. have been been plotting and seeing other podcast. I'm cheating on you look we have an open relationship you can. You can see other podcasters. All right and we are watching class of nineteen, ninety nine which was released in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety. Right. But so in that nine years, Shit really fan really hits the fan. I was going to point out. I read that it actually was supposed to come out in October of eighty nine and they pushed it back to May of ninety..

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"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

"S. Was I good timing? Lane Smith got his start and a movie called Unholy, matrimony. Okay, he was credited as partygoer. Nineteen. Sixty six. Can you imagine Elaine Smith like partying I want to see this just to get him. Man. Again Down Yeah. Him and Mike and. Two wild and crazy guys. Got He was thirty when that came out. I can't imagine him being young either no. His facial expressions than this movie that within just unbelievable unbelievable like he's wearing a rubber mask. It's just robbery and. And the space between the bottom of his nose with at like at at least two and three quarter. Three inches you're saying, he could really use a push broom mustache. I guess I never realized how big of an Upper Lippi had this entire movie his mouth is agape. Is, his brow beat alling. and. He's just a maddening. Like a insane Mormon Deacon or something. Yeah I could see him pushing bibles. Yeah Door to door. So. I've got about seven tabs open. I have one? Too. Many. Tell me why I have to tabs that they let. Harry. Oh, I think it's because I was looking at them. Let's get Harry. Here's. Exactly. That was not I wasn't just you know. I meant to look up, let's get hairy. You meant to look it up but not so many times, right I thought once would be enough. Glenn FRY it. How do you feel about that I don't know how I feel about that. All right. So hate welcome to the moratorium. Thank. You. All right. I'm your host. Tim Gorman. With me as always. Is. Walker me the other guy the other guy? Just, one time to our WANNA. Be The guy. One Guy One guy. Where's this house? How partner? Six. I think Lane Smith was giving me some Dan Heyday of vibes. Don't you think?.

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"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"tim gorman" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Was that good timing? Geno. Smith got his start and a movie called Unholy Matrimony. He was unprecedented as partygoer. Nine, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six. Can You imagine a lame Smith like partying? See this just to get him Man And Down Yeah Him and Mike and Hanging now. To wild and crazy guys. got. He was thirty when that came out. I can't imagine him being young either. No. Wow. His facial expressions in this movie that we're doing just unbelievable unbelievable like he's wearing a rubber mask. It's just robbery and and the space between like the bottom of his nose with and like at at least two and three quarter. Three inches. You're saying he could really use a push broom mustache. I guess I. Never realized how big of an upper lip head this entire movie his mouth is a gate. Is is the brow is beat alling. And he's just I'm maddening. Like a insane Mormon Deacon or something. Yeah I could see him pushing bibles. Door. So. So. Get about seven tabs open. I have one, two, three, four, five at too many that. Tell me why I have two tabs that they let Harry. Oh. I. Think that's because I was looking at them. Let's get Harry. Cheers yeah exactly. That was not I wasn't just you know. I meant to look up let's get Harry. You meant to look it up but not so many times, right THOUGHT WANTS TO BE, a Non Glenn. FRY It. How do you feel? I don't know how I feel about that. All right. So hate welcome to the moratorium. Thank you. All right. I'm your host. Tim Gorman. And with me as always. Is Walker me the other guy the other guy? Just one time I WANNA BE A thug guy. One Guy One guy. Where's this partner? I. Think Lane Smith was giving me some. Dan Headey. Vibes. Don't you think..

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"tim gorman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:59 min | 3 years ago

"tim gorman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Southern California this is the on CBS sports radio he was gonna be a big our welcome back I'm Jim Rome back the first time after two weeks had a great vacation but back in the saddle and it feels great as promised we're joined right now by a nother guest in studio he is the head baseball coach at Vanderbilt he led Vanderbilt's with second College World Series title this season he is a two time national coach of the year he is a three time SEC coach of the year he was selected for induction into the American baseball coaches association all fame class of twenty twenty Vanderbilt won the SEC regular season title and the tournament title and they set the league record for wins and tied the record for draft picks what I'm saying is there an amazing year fifty nine twelve and I said if you are ever in southern California team Corbin you've got to come in studio and he did just that to me is so good to see in person how are you great great studio love this not too bad right now it's nice the in pictures so you can take those pictures down to me though that's tough to watch see on many other give me all day for three hours yeah this is good yeah actually you're upgrading my real estate all right so you and I spoke shortly after you won the national title in June what his life been like since then win and what have you been up to pretty busy actually I mean don't really have too much time to decompress this time of year because it's recruiting time and we get into camp couple weeks right after we played a couple days and then after that mention one up to Cape Cod and ins are kids play up the Cape Cod league and then past couple weeks been recurring bent down here or across here in Orange County area Long Beach watching the area code games and that's that's always been a lot of fun done that for twenty five years so it's good to kind of re capture this area and and get back here in season some of the kids we signed or so we're looking for down here what the area code games all about very good games are made up of of teams from all different area codes around the country so you have been west kids you have west coast kids he's because kids and they split him up in the major league organizations put a uniform on him whether it's Yankees are brewers are of Rangers of and nationals and just a lot of teams that play against one another and they play about four or five games a day for about ten twelve days so that's what we've been watching yes I actually because my kids both played club all out here and I've got one son going to a sconce and this fall my younger son starts high school is supplying club on high school baseball team it's amazing to me how different baseball always even from here to ten miles down the road and how different it is in a way to approach it what's your general take on southern California baseball where the kids like out here and the way they play good I mean they play a lot so they're they're more sound is hearing weather's excellent a little bit different than the northeast kids but I think that's what makes these games unique is because you get a lot of north these kids mixed in with the Orange County kids and kids from all over see you kind of see this style of play but I would say more than anything the kid from California groomed in the game and pretty savvy and I have a different feel about how to play the game Vanderbilt head baseball coach Jim Corbett is joining me in studio now in terms your team this is a great story about the moment when you knew this year's team could be really special in that moment did not take place on the field it didn't take place in a weight room it was around Christmas when you receive a report on the team's academic performance in the fall semester what was the report like and we're that let you know about this team how good it might be well now you know I go up to up to Boston to celebrate the the holidays and read about the time we go it's it's kind of just before Christmas I always receive the grades and you know when you're a coach you you you got your eyes on that because it it's obviously the performance and eligibility of your kids which Vanderbilt's never an issue but at same time you want to make sure the kids are doing well so when I get that report open it up and mammy was stellar was over three point oh team grade point average but more than the grades itself it it just made me kind of reflect on the fall and I I thought to myself you know writing a one called regarding a kids to the kids terms of behavior social behavior not one not one and that that's tough to come by when you have thirty five guys you know there's a lot there's a lot of behaviors that do happen but they were all positive and I I just think it at that time it may be thank this is a mature group they're they're making decisions for the right reasons and the harmony within the group was good and I felt like everyone you feel like you always have some talent but north that town to come out they they have to be doing the right things and at that point right there I thought okay you know I don't know if you win national championship but I think we can be successful yeah it's a different group and in a sense not just that it's a group stays out of trouble in a group gets good grades in talking to Kumar rocker really on the turn and run and in talking to you after it one of the recurring themes with the leadership of the senior class now for those who know the class they know that this group lost one of their own in Johnny ever he passed away tragically twenty sixteen first off let me ask about Donny what was he like as a person find a country kid who's a only child the Italian shoes and parents it you know I I think when talk about baseball talent not the Kitty is probably see as the next great won his last pitch he threw is a hundred one miles an hour who's in the SEC tournament and what they did and memorial to him as they put the one no one on the video board and they have that up there every year when we play in the tournament but in terms of the kid he was very fun loving I mean that's the the vision I have was that very last day when we worked out in the morning before he went fishing he was you just going around having a good time jolly's but six to two hundred twenty pounds country kid simple smart at same time but if our guys were anywhere and they were having fun he was in the middle of it so it was that kid that had a a tremendous sense of humor so it's a money maker the way the class responded to the tragedy and then that they brought Johnny's parents on to the stage after winning the title this year you know Jim in sixteen I I didn't know if we ever get off the ground again to be honest with you there are many times I go back and and talk to my wife and say I Jeez I don't know if I can do this and I don't know if we can keep moving and it is sometimes it was is torturous in terms of the sixteen years seventeen year but the fact that seven seniors came back some of the more drafted decided to come back in and be part of of their last season and have it come full circle was was really amazing for a lot of different reasons because seven good years one thing to have one of those legacy years is another thing and when we did we finish that off the the efforts were were part of it and you know sense the I guess the positive out of a losing someone as we gain their parents because a lot of time Jim when you when you have kids you don't really get to know their parents nor do you want to know their parents who want to keep it at a distance right but Italian Susan became almost like staff members now so everything that we do with the staff we invite them to so obviously wanna Toma they came with us and it was great to bring them onstage to celebrate that Tim Gorman is joining us to me mention Maggie a couple of times so me ask you this number years back your wife Maggie and you had a conversation about the concept of the last game of the year in the fact that for most teams the last game of the year is gonna be a loss in a tournament it's gonna be tough is gonna be sadistic comes along with that it was if you're going to focus on the last game there's a good chance that it's going to be with a lot of sadness you shifted the focus what did you shift it to they got away from the scoreboard more than anything else I mean I think just it is simply that it was that more than anything now she she did say that it was a right about the time our oldest was sick and I think we're going through an emotional time and she said if if you're just focusing on winning the last game here she goes you gonna die very frustrated man you to find other ways to to get something out of this which I have but it didn't really look at it that way so I think what she did is like a lot of people in your life they give you perspective and she just gave me perspective on on what we were doing as a as a as a family and how we were sharing these moments with the kids and we just kind of turned our attention more to that and did some of the small things better than the big things and then the big thing started to happen it's ME one perspective I mean you look this fire in right now but in the grand scheme of things we stopped along with your coaching a Presbyterian and sleeping in your car on recruiting visits in order to save money what do you remember about those days they're probably tough at the time but when you look back and you see how they provided some type of foundation for you I think the thing that you know I try to do with the kids to is it is as as they proceed through college athletics and as they garner some attention just retain your innocence don't ever lose your innocence whether you're a major league player whatever you do and I think I try to follow that same path I remember where I came from I know what it was like much like you and your business and you start off slow and you wonder if you're ever going to get to the place that you think you could get nor do you have that vision so I I think I've always been a Presbyterian guy even at Vanderbilt I I feel like I'm a Presbyterian coach I've I've value things and I want our kids to value things too because that's a that's very important so I don't see anything around me as being grander than what it is I try to keep it very simple we talked to Tim Corbin for a few more moments now when you and I spoke after you won the last time we talked about the fact that Jerry Stackhouse is already trying to learn from you is not the only one head football coach Derrick Mason is talk about how much is learned from you in terms of teaching the details of the game how to those details whether it's the cleanliness of the dog out the fact that the notebooks or the right spot the classroom all the little things how does that show open success on the field I I just think that awareness skills of males are are things that have to continually be touched upon I think it's like a vitamin and we start every day in a classroom before we go to the field I spent about thirty forty five minutes every day talking about concept could be small concepts could be character traits could be anything but I think when you start to become very protective of your identity in who you are you start becoming protective of what you have and the people around you and when guys start to do that they they become interdependent when they become interdependent they become very good teammates and I think it's for them to to focus on their awareness level and what's around them and be respectful of the things that they have in the people that are around him because of financial aid that teammate type concept it starts to flow into what they become whether it's a man or husband repair and they become very protective of that too so really I'm just trying to get a bunch of kids to to reach maturity maybe at a quicker rate than they would if if no one broach those subjects a mention in passing something has come back to the program now the phone a couple of national championships when your MLB players come back to train and they show the love respect that there for you in the program it's got to be something like when David price says quote coach Corbin is a second father to me what's it like to hear that what's that mean to you.

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"tim gorman" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

09:43 min | 3 years ago

"tim gorman" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Back I'm Jim Rome back the first time after two weeks had a great vacation but back in the saddle and it feels great as promised we're joined right now by a nother guest in studio he is the head baseball coach at Vanderbilt he led Vanderbilt's with second College World Series title this season he is a two time national coach of the year he is a three time SEC coach of the year he was selected for induction into the American baseball coaches association all fame class of twenty twenty Vanderbilt won the SEC regular season title and the tournament title and they set the league record for wins and tied the record for draft picks what I'm saying is there an amazing year fifty nine twelve and I said if you are ever in southern California team Corbin you've got to come in studio and he did just that to me is so good to see in person how are you great great studio love this not too bad right now it's nice the in pictures so you can take those pictures down to me though that's tough to watch see among many other give me all day for three hours yeah this is good yeah actually you're upgrading my real estate all right so you and I spoke shortly after you won the national title in June what has life been like since then win and what have you been up to pretty busy actually I mean don't really have too much time to decompress this time of year because it's a recruiting time and we got into camp couple weeks right after we played a couple days and then after that mention went up to Cape Cod and instar kids play up the Cape Cod league and then past couple weeks been recurring bent down here or across here in Orange County area Long Beach watching the area code games and that's that's always been a lot of fun done that for twenty five years so it's good to kind of re capture this area and and get back here in season some of the kids we signed or so we're looking for down here where the area code games all about area code games or made up of of teams from all different area codes around the country so you have Midwest kids you have west coast kids he's because kids and they split him up in the major league organizations put a uniform on him whether that's Yankees are brewers are of Rangers of and nationals and just a lot of teams that play against one another and they play about four or five games a day for about ten twelve days so that's what we've been watching yes I actually because my kids both played club all out here and I've got one son going to a sconce and this fall my younger son starts high school is the plane club on high school baseball team it's amazing to me how different baseball is even from here to ten miles down the road and how different it is in the way they approach it what's your general take on southern California baseball where the kids like out here and the way they play well very good I mean they play a lot so they're they're more sound is a good game weather's excellent a little bit different than the northeast kids but I think that's what makes these games unique is because you get a lot of north these kids mixed in with the Orange County kids and kids from all over see you kind of see this style of play but I would say more than anything the kids from California groomed in the game and pretty savvy and have a haven't different feel about how to play the game Vanderbilt head baseball coach Jim Corbett is joining me in studio now in terms your team this is a great story about the moment when you knew this year's team could be really special in that moment did not take place on the field it didn't take place in the weight room it was around Christmas when you receive a report on the team's academic performance in the fall semester what was the report like and we're that let you know about this team how good it might be well now you know I go up to up to Boston to celebrate the the holidays and read about time we go it's it's kind of just before Christmas I always receive the grades and you know when you're a coach you you you got your eyes on that because it it's obviously the performance and eligibility of your kids which Vanderbilt's never an issue but at same time you want to make sure the kids are doing well so when I got that report open it up and mammy was stellar was over three point oh team grade point average but more than the grades itself it it just made me kind of reflect on the fall and I I thought to myself uniting at one called regarding a kids to the kids terms of behavior social behavior not one not one and that that's tough to come by when you have thirty five guys you know there's a lot there's a lot of behaviors that do happen but they were all positive and I I just think it at that time it may be thank this is a mature group they're they're making decisions for the right reasons and the harmony within the group was good and I felt like everyone you feel like you always have some talent but north that town to come out they they have to be doing the right things and at that point there I thought okay you know I don't know if you win national championship but I think we can be successful yeah it's a different group and in a sense not just that it's a group to stays out of trouble in a group gets good grades in talking to Kumar rocker really going to turn and run and in talking to you after it one of the recurring themes with the leadership of the senior class now for those who know the class they know that this group lost one of their own in Donny Everett he passed away tragically twenty sixteen first off let me ask about Donny what was he like as a person find a country kid he's a only child teddy ensues and parents it you know I I think when talk about baseball talent not the Kitty is probably see as the next great won his last pitch he threw is a hundred one miles an hour who's in the SEC tournament and what they did in memorial to him as they put the one no one on the video board and they have that up there every year when we play in the tournament but in terms of the kid he was very fun loving I mean that's the the vision I have them was that very last day when we worked out in the morning before he went fishing he was is just going around having a good time jolly's but six to two hundred twenty pounds country kid simple smart at the same time but if our guys were anywhere and they were having fun he was in the middle of it so it was that kid that had a a tremendous sense of humor so it's a money maker the way the class responded to the tragedy and then that they brought Donnie's parents on to the stage after winning the title this year you know Jim in sixteen I I didn't know if we ever get off the ground again to be honest with you there are many times I go back and and talk to my wife and say I Jeez I don't know if I can do this and I don't know if we can keep moving and it is sometimes it was is torturous in terms of the sixteen years seventeen year but the fact that seven seniors came back some of the more drafted decided to come back in and be part of of their last season and have it come full circle was was really amazing for a lot of different reasons because have a good years one thing to have one of those legacy years is another thing and when we did we finish it off the the efforts were were part of it and you know sense that I guess the positive out of a losing someone is we gain their parents because a lot of time Jim when you when you have kids you don't really get to know their parents nor do you want to know their parents who want to keep it at a distance right but Italian Susan became almost like staff members now so everything that we do with the staff we invite them to so obviously wanna Toma they came with us and it was great to bring them onstage to celebrate that Tim Gorman is joining us Tim you mention back a couple of times so me ask you this number years back your wife Maggie and you had a conversation about the concept of the last game of the year in the fact that for most teams the last game of the year is gonna be a loss in a term it's gonna be top is gonna be sadistic comes along with that it was if you're going to focus on the last game there's a good chance that it's going to be with a lot of sadness you shifted the focus what did you shift it to they got away from the scoreboard more than anything else I mean I think just simply that it was that more than anything now she she did say that it was a right about the time our oldest was sick and I think we're going through an emotional time and she said if if you're just focusing on winning the last game here she goes you gonna die very frustrated man here to find other ways to to get something out of this which I have but it and really look at it that way so I think what she did is like a lot of people in your life to give you perspective and she just gave me perspective on on what we were doing as a as a as a family and how we were sharing these moments with the kids and we just kind of turned our attention more to that and did some of the small things better than the big things and then the big things started to happen it's ME one perspective I mean you look this fire in right now but in the grand scheme of things was not that long with your coaching a Presbyterian and sleeping in your car on recruiting visits in order to save money what do you remember about those days they're probably tough at the time but when you look back at him you see how they provided some type of foundation for you I think the thing that you know I try to do with the kids to is it is S. as they proceed through college athletics and as they garner some attention just retain your innocence don't ever lose your innocence whether you're a major league player whatever you do and I think I try to follow that same path I remember where I came from I know what it was like much like you and your business and you start off slow and you wonder if you're ever going to get to the place that you think you could get nor do you have that vision so I I think I've always been a Presbyterian guy even at Vanderbilt I I feel like I'm a Presbyterian coach I've I've value things and I want our kids to value things too because that's a that's very important so I don't see anything around me as being grander than what it is I try to keep it very simple we talk a team Corbin for a few more moments now when you and I spoke after you won the last time we talked about the fact that Jerry Stackhouse is already been trying to learn from you is not the only one head football coach Garrett Mason is talk about how much is learned from you in terms of teaching the details of the game how to those details whether it's the cleanliness of the dog out the fact that the notebooks or the right spot the classroom all the little things how does that show open success on the field I I just think that awareness skills of males are are things that have to continually be touched upon I think it's like a vitamin and we start every day in a classroom before we go to the field I spent about thirty forty five minutes every day talking about.

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