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"tom tool" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"tom tool" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Offer t live. I'm getting real close real close if he editing. I'm getting a chance you know if I could get things done fast enough during the break before the after show begins. I might actually be able to color correct audio for lower. Oh I don't know about the lower thirds but you know make the lower thirds and the I might actually even be able to upload it to Youtube Wild shows going on. So let's here's here's here's the open Lord whalen so six zero three two eight three six hundred sixty or dischord dot dot. Fm to join on the Honor Air Colin lines or tip dot L. Orinda Fem to show your support for show help. Get me excited for the after show just because yeah this is sunburn is real taxing and I remember always going back from the beach when I was a child and I get a sunburn. I wonder my gosh. I'm so tired I was just almost fall asleep in the shower and apparently and I looked it up as why am I so exhausted when I get a sunburn and it turns out? It's because since dehydrating or I actually I'm going to look official thing. You just want to make sure I get this right so because sunburns raise your temperature Vega dehydrate you and make you feel tired and dizzy depending on the alcohol and also having what was it to thirty milligrams of Gumy's over course of day and to Guinness's on all on empty stomach and see here about one American glass of wine glasses Philip atop so but dizziness Certainly not helping the dizziness. They can hydrate you and make dehydrates. You make you feel tired and dizzy depending on the severity of your sunburn. If it hurts it fucking hurts and type of skin you have zero. I've liked zero. Melania of these little dots on my arm that I think I counted like when I'm when I'm really stressed I count them so like you know. God forbid them ever put in like prison solitary confinement. I'll just like obsessively count every single little freckle on my arm and leg and my entire body and do it like one hundred times just so I can have a high degree of accuracy So Yeah and Oh God I don't even want to know about the peeling apparent. Yo captain kick ass actually. He was fewest pretty. Read to I mean like I was. It looked painful being him. I know people really notice that on the cameras tonight. Free Talk live episodes should be on twitch and De Lives Archive which I think they delete after thirty days for people in a chat asking about it so in the only twenty twenty three way poll far morning consult on April fourteen to sixteen found just one percent of one thousand nine hundred ninety two registered voters saying vote for a mosh over Joe Biden Donald Trump to national polls in twenty nineteen had mosh averaging five point five percent. His potential impact on the presidential swing state of Michigan is something both parties would be looking at with interest vo a highly polarized political climate following. A razor. Thin presidential election tends to be numerically. Brutal for minor candidates. There's no word yet. On wherever congressman will officially withdraw from his reelection campaign Vo. He cannot seek both offices. Comino of member are pretty funny. See here yeah. People are saying that to Tom. Massey is the most libertarian member of Congress. You'll Lebron Libertarian. Is the right way to describe it. Probably like the best like most freedom-loving or per freedom friendly right. It's just like it's a scale right. It's just like like you know like the autism. Asperger's capitalists There's a degree for free right. Like you know Rand Paul Rand. Paul would be way better Vin Ted Cruz but Thomas Massey's better than both of them for all these experts on Austin have any of you've been roughing was a mean. I'd Cat Grill on Sixth Street. I want to go by there but you know naturally you know Fifth Street on Fifth Street. Yeah I've heard about the mean I'd cat of is what the Iron Cactus to. I want to go to some of these bars street. I want to be iron cactus. So let's see here. Do they hate massias? Massey's for open borders and one-sided three trade with an authoritarian nation attempting to destroy our economy. See I mean the reason comments have given me some hope for this movement and just because people are calling from outrightly under bullshit see here. Yeah so dreamy. People are calling them out for sucking his Dick Damn. I should've I should've gone screen shots. Yeah people call him. Libertarian Carpet Bagger. So so now if your campaign we should was here we go so if your campaign website hold on. I thought I had linked to his fucking website because it was pretty indicative of unless he's two shits wall I'll find it for next segment just because it's it's important it's telling but he's got plenty people upset especially mainly Democrats upset. Republicans just couldn't care less so here you go. People are saying any respect. I had for Justin Amash gone. He is putting his ego above democracy. Fuck you just in in this response to a Washington Post article about him right now. Trying to get the Libertarian Party nomination because most people think most people think that he's going to steal votes away from Joe Biden because anyone who's going to vote for trump at this point is already going to vote for trump or not gonNA suddenly switch and decided to vote for just mash. I mean especially not the V. Disgruntled all writers very interesting. I hate it when fucking websites. Don't serve links are dead before the show so here. It goes from conservative. Treehouse DOT COM and published may eighteen twenty one thousand nine Republican Justin Amash calls for impeachment while holding personal business interests in China so yes so he said. Trump deserves impeachment on twitter. He's promoting via anti trump narrative. How a review of Masha financial interest quickly reveals a very personal business motive. His family tool business is heavily. Invested in Chinese manufacturing. And it's two thousand seventeen and this point. I mean any any business being done with the Chinese. I view as being doing base. You're doing business with an entity that is somehow is able to be even worse than the US government it's trading-with-the-enemy at this point wherever you believe in nations are not. I mean of Communist. Chinese are the most dangerous government gang on the planet. I say even more Sylvan Zionists at this point even air founded by so five point seventeen financial disclosure forms Ammash reports. At least he reports that right. I mean I'm assuming honestly reports income of between one hundred thousand to one million dollars a year for his ownership stake in Michigan industrial tools Michigan industrial tools as he parent company manufacturing in China. That produces tech. Tom Tools just mashes Michigan family business. According to an earlier Michigan Article Mosh is co owner of dynamic source international. A Chinese company that supplies Michigan Industrial Tools. A visit to the website of dynamic sources international company operates manufacturing factory facilities located in Kabul province China. So we're going to get it's about it and we're gonNA talk about Eating your neighbors. This is pushing forty. Don't.

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"tom tool" Discussed on Sam Talks Technology

Sam Talks Technology

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"tom tool" Discussed on Sam Talks Technology

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"tom tool" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:38 min | 3 years ago

"tom tool" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Bill writer and people can't stop listening and I got to tell you I love football and really couldn't stand that baseball basketball so I appreciate that thanks doodle New World of possibilities it's later than you with bill later are welcome back into the show bill writer with you thank you for being here happy Monday to talk in a tone of football and no one better the do to get into some of these topics with any from Salaam FS one NFL analyst longtime NFL player offense of linemen in his day Mr Salaam what's up buddy what happened there and living the dream everything is good at it on the bears fans I've kind of given up on that team but I find myself as a a sort of cheese fan because I lived in that town for a long time my kids were born there used to used to write about the chiefs on a regular basis is it is it panic mode or is it everybody relaxes just a couple games mode arm what is the law of their end if not call for panic because the talent that did they have is so great they'll be able to win a lot of games just on talent alone but when you this is a the cursor to what can happen when you start getting into the playoffs you got a big number the one the number one thing they're missing outside of the poor defend the performances is ostensibly there stagnant because their their inability to really run the football and say what you want Kareem hunt with a huge part of that dominance last year because his abilities in a year prior his ability to make goals second and third and short where you can open up the whole play book right they took a lot of chances on second and shorten third and short because the fences are bracing for the running game not having that aspect you're putting a lot of pressure on the MVP rightfully so but that's not the dynamic of the offense and that's where they're struggling they cannot keep drives going without build large chunk please if you see my home holy thing down the field even salon here on the show who who do you buy more long term this regular season the playoffs the cheese or the cowboys the chief are the you know in Dallas you know they're all friends of line issues are we are really showing you that followed the the importance of it all over the one that you know last week wouldn't the the Packers had their way that backup left tackle my I feel better I'm not so bad and everybody was on deck in this and that it's hard to build a bald man with somebody's bearing down on you example ball is a tough position to play and not having a and not having to Ron Smith there that so to solidify that it changes your whole progression your card or you hope for your protection excuse me and it just shipped everything you want to do office of Lee when you take that type of stable and then add to that is missing this week who that's a bit it's a bad loss to even salon here on the show eve from I'm gonna just go through the two more teams that had high expectations of they're not playing well of late can you give us your take and this rams team is initially one because I think the Niners are legit what's your read on the rams and what your your read on the team that they beat him here in LA yesterday I agree with what are the real king right so we're so quick to give credit to in no way England for their five an old starred in they're the best team in the league only look at the forty nine is a valuable data play anybody would play the same somebody's right it is a great very bad game that the patriots play but their dominant their dominant offenses really and definitively they're running the ball the risen above it over to our yard gain it by the way they're going to get after the quarterback and create turnovers that's a real football team it doesn't matter who they go against that team right now what they did and LA so the rams was impressive now you're gonna have an eighty four yard pass right at one point in the fourth quarter meet for quarter he only had are being right fifty eight yard pass the I mean that new that's hard to do right I'm a regular thirty million dollars thirty million plus that's hard to do and the fact that they've been able to do that an offense of Lee Crouse chairman hand in his ability to put his quarterback in the right position and and give that team a just a different dynamic they're real team and on the flip side of that we will talk about the ram we've been saying what's wrong with the ram since the playoffs last year's right let out we don't know when something's going on with Todd Gurley this team was built around Todd Gurley that's why they pay them all that money and now when you can't you'll start girly now it's five O. okay well when we were we supposed to do now I mean it was embarrassing right it literally was embarrassing they were all for nine on third down on third downs really not one third down conversion and I believe all four four on fourth down yeah that's right over thirteen total you're right yeah right so that that to me I'm like what what now there's been a lot of people talking about including myself because I've experienced it there's something called the Super Bowl handled when you move the Superbowl it is the real thing Erica mena at my end limiting acts of Moldova asked Carolina right these this happens it happens firstly the young teens visualize bone we got there don't worry about it will be there again next year what the work in the struggle the gold in to getting your fell back to that level it's a little bit tougher it's a little bit tougher right because you don't have the the the same type of urgency you had the year prior and we're seeing that again with the rams this year man that is so interesting it makes me hearing you say that he from makes me wonder how on earth bill Belichick winner lose right in the super bowls just confirm relieved to have give any I mean you have to play in the league for a long time do you have any sense of like what he's saying or what how he's building a culture where where that's the one place that doesn't happen you know why because they know exactly who they are and it helps to have argued with the greatest quarterback to ever play spear heading your team right they've been to the Superbowl with poor offered the lines they've been to the Superbowl with no defense they've been to the Super Bowl with great defense they read to the Superbowl with no offense of weapons because it's a system that when you go there you buy and no matter what right no matter how good you think you are or what are maybe no one's ever heard of you like they have a history of taking guy no one's ever heard of a making them stars because the system is so prominent in it never changes if you're going to be there one is a little of cultures or not this system is going to remain the same and that's a testament to them and that are you from Salaam now to everybody's favorite quarterback turned punching bag what what is your what is your read on how poorly Baker Mayfield it is planned what some what's going on with this guy arm in my opinion he's worried about the wrong thing and it's evident from his press conferences right you don't talk about things in a press conference you're not worried about so it's always about us against them it's always about we don't prove doing it's always about all what all we do and what they said about us is that he is too much so much in it and another thing is that team has no leader tell me right now who the leader of the Cleveland Browns I can't with a straight face no one came and very clean that's the problem right we got a young second year quarterback with a chip on his shoulder although he was first pick in the draft may be an unfair question from slamming ask anyway well with the Browns record be if Greg Williams had gotten that interim tag taken off in actual head coaching tag applied this year robbery B. R. O. above five hundred they're probably get over five hundred so Harper are probably put a man word for foreign to in that division that's a stranglehold almost on that division how far above Baltimore right I mean the version is literally falling apart this is a perfect opportunity them opportunities you mean for them to take that next step well once again sometimes the hype is bigger than reality they you want into the height a good coach does not allow its players to buy into the hype or talk about the height I am so with you on kitchens I'm so glad you're saying it could you played and you've got a whole other level of credibility on that let me ask you this even when you obviously your job was to protect in large part quarterback for a living if Baker Mayfield how the right coach the hackers there's tailed on the football team there's a lot of time on the move as a side what is what can Baker Mayfield have we all want the hype is he just not that talented is in the wrong said I know you walked as accurately through his focus on the wrong things what if you had a coach focus in on the right things just in a vacuum what's his potential upside as a quarterback in this league we are a great up by we saw flashes of that last year right when he went out there and it was I mean everything loo we got to start after a couple weeks over who was it Tyrod Taylor and he ran with it you know he ran with initial great promise but it's not about the first year it's about the steps you take in year one to year two and the biggest step for young quarterback it from your two to three that's when you can determine if someone here to play ball for real is that step between your two and three you should be at a another level and right now he's regret so he does need to be home be and he does need to be sat down and talked to like a lot I get it if you against the world all right now it's us against everybody else but we don't have to talk about that well we can do is focus in on doing the things we need to do correctly we got all the talent in the world holding penalty here personal file their Paul Starr here illegal formation right all that that's the stuff is killing them is it as return evens lawyer on the show is it time to start talking to the Texans as as a symbol contender as a top team in the NFL are you are you buying and without additional watches in plain of late and and they're protecting the more are you buying the Texans as a as a top team in the NFL what did you have to do what they did in Kansas city is a tough place to play I hated going up there but just all friendly and defensively the show and wants the reminds me of a tall faster Russell Wilson right Russell Wilson is an NBC Canada this year he's everything to that team and the sun Watson is that type of in that caliber of player for for the Houston Texans they went out they got Tom tool that helps a lot of fight left side of the line that they can turn the protection to the right side and give those guys on the right the mail the running game will weed when when when they lost.

"tom tool" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:10 min | 3 years ago

"tom tool" Discussed on 600 WREC

"So much last week you introduced us to the organization you leave Macedonian ministry how did it get started it got started about a decade ago Tom cousins who is a Presbyterian elder and a prominent citizen of Atlanta I had a conviction to try to both break the cycle of generational poverty in America and renew the church of Jesus Christ to very small goals he enlisted the Reverend Tom tool to try to calm and start this organization that would focus on gathering pastors together in cohorts to strengthen them and their congregations and you were a church pastor for a good number of years before you took up this job two years ago what drew you to Macedonia ministry I love parish ministry thoroughly completely and without reservation and never thought I would do anything until the end of my career except be a parish pastor I had been in a cohort for Macedonia and when I was serving in Asheville North Carolina and saw in that group the my fourteen colleagues ally in our cohort what an amazing difference it made in the lives of each of us each cord has a facilitator that we train and deploy for these cohorts and our facilitator was amazing as well and that led me into getting to know some of the larger organization and seeing the impact in city after city after city so when the call came after a lot of prayer and consideration I thought this would be a good culmination to my time in ministry excellent then you were involved in a number of other initiatives focusing on the future of the church and we hear so many in the church lament the decline of American Christianity what's your take my take is it's time to stop the language of managing the client and instead embrace what god is doing I believe humbly that god is actively disestablished saying the church of Jesus Christ from our culture kind of taking a crowbar and getting us apart from that so that we can be the faithful robust group we need to be I know that strikes all of us at times as very difficult and very painful but I believe it's from god it's coming from too many angles to many it's not just a demographic thing that's going on and if it's from god we need to accept it with gratitude and any gift from god leads us to joy and so I think our call is not to manage decline is to be joyful even in these challenging times what would you say more about this establishing the church from the culture what is that look like how are we so established in the culture that we're not doing the job we're no longer on the on the front page of newspapers or no longer on the front page of magazines if people are actually reading newspapers and magazines we're no longer being called on as a church to be one of the first comments on the issues of the day I think the church is being called earn our place at the civic table and then continue to reach people it's also difficult because frankly in many places not all and I know robust ministries of every kind and place faithfully doing their work across the country but we've also been in aggregate a fairly tepid delivery system for spiritual values over the last several decades we've gotten ourselves distracted by management and organization and intramural fighting which to someone who does not know faith they're not going to they're not going to wait to see who's wearing what Jersey and who's doing what they just see those people are arguing all move on to find meeting elsewhere it's time for that to stop in for us to embrace or opportunity to share this life giving gospel with people who need it so how did it start for you had did you experience you're calling to ministry I graduated from the university region yeah not at all sure what I wanted to do but it had some people thinking about the texture day I've had my own cloud of witnesses who have shown me what faithful looks like lived out and while I I was sort of dragged into it first very reluctantly the minute I began working at a church I experience the wonder and joy of being able to be with people at some of their highest moments in Los moments and felt that the church was an essential part not only of my life but maybe something I can help others with well your sermon this week picks up from where we were in the letter to Hebrews last week in Hebrews eleven and twelve would you read the text force yes thanks what more should I say for time would fail me to tell of Gideon Barack Sampson job for of David and Samuel in the profits who through faith conquered kingdoms administer justice obtain promises shot the miles of lions quench raging fire escape the edge of the sword one strength out of weakness became mighty in war put foreign armies to flight women received their dead by resurrection others were tortured refusing to accept release in order to obtain a better resurrection others suffered mocking and flogging and even chains and imprisonment they were stoned to death they were sawn into they were killed by the sword they went about and scans of sheep and goats destitute persecuted tormented of whom the world was not worthy they wandered in deserts and mountains and in caves and holes in the ground yeah all these will be recommended for their faith did not receive what was promised since god had provided something better so that they would not apart from us be made perfect therefore since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses let us also lay aside every weight and the sin that clings so closely and let us run with perseverance the race that is set before us looking to Jesus the pioneer and perfector of our faith for the sake of the joy that was set before him endured the cross disregarding it shame and is taking his seat at the right hand of the throne of god and what more should I say the writer begins here making a powerful case for faith what struck you especially as you prepare this message the highs and the lows of faith in the experience that we are not the first people to have gone through this one of my favorite ways to begin a personal statement of faith is I am not my own idea and I think that is powerful you displayed here not only am I not my own idea but my experience of faith has been traveled by countless faithful women and men before me and it would be arrogant at least to think that I'm experiencing something that others haven't we all have something to learn from those who have gone before us and showed us the way mark last week you title your sermon today you've title this week's sermon tomorrow.

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"tom tool" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"tom tool" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now here's your host Peter Wallace to introduce today's speaker thanks sherry we're delighted to welcome back today one today the Reverend mark Ramsey executive director of Macedonia ministry based in Atlanta Georgia before coming to have this organization in twenty seventeen it was senior pastor of West Lake hills Presbyterian church in Austin Texas and before that led Presbyterian churches in Asheville North Carolina park Illinois in Denver Colorado among others a graduate of the university of Virginia in Charlottesville Parker earned his master of divinity from Princeton theological seminary he is a trustee of Austin Presbyterian theological seminary and associate editor of the journal for preachers mark it's great to have you back with us again thanks so much last week you introduced us to the organization you leave Macedonian ministry how did it get started it got started about a decade ago Tom cousins who is a Presbyterian elder and a prominent citizen of Atlanta I had a conviction to try to both break the cycle of generational poverty in America and renew the church of Jesus Christ to very small goals he enlisted the Reverend Tom tool to try to calm and start this organization that would focus on gathering pastors together in cohorts to strengthen them and their congregations and you were a church pastor for a good number of years before you took up this job two years ago what drew you to Macedonia ministry I love parish ministry thoroughly completely and without reservation and never thought I would do anything until the end of my career except be a parish pastor I had been in a cohort for Macedonia and when I was serving initial North Carolina and saw in that group the my fourteen colleagues align our cohort what an amazing difference it made in the lives of each of us each cord has a facilitator that we train and deploy for these cohorts and our facilitator was amazing as well and that led me into getting to know some of the larger organization and seeing the impact in city after city after city so when the call came after a lot of prayer and consideration I thought this would be a good combination to my time in ministry excellent then you were involved in a number of other initiatives focusing on the future of the church and we hear so many in the church lament the decline of American Christianity what's your take my take is it's time to stop the language of managing the client and instead embrace what god is doing I believe humbly with god is actively dis establishing the church of Jesus Christ from our culture kind of taking a crowbar and getting us apart from that so that we can be the faithful robust group we need to be I know that strikes all of us at times as very difficult and very painful but I believe it's from god it's coming from too many angles to many it's not just a demographic fighting that's going on and if it's from god we need to accept it with gratitude and any gift from god leads us to joy and so I think our call is not to manage decline is to be joyful even in these challenging times what would you say more about this establishing the church from the culture what is that look like how are we so established in the culture that we're not doing the job we're no longer on the on the front page of newspapers we're no longer on the front page of magazines if people are actually reading newspapers and magazines we're no longer being called on as a church to be one of the first comments on the issues of the day I think the church is being called earn our place at the civic table and then continue to reach people it's also difficult because frankly in many places not all and I know robust ministries of every kind and place faithfully doing their work across the country but we've also been in aggregate a fairly tepid delivery system for spiritual values over the last several decades we've gotten ourselves distracted by management and organization and intramural fighting which to someone who does not know faith they're not going to they're not going to wait to see who's wearing what Jersey and who's doing what they just see those people are arguing all move on to find meeting elsewhere it's time for that to stop in for us to embrace or opportunity to share this life giving gospel with people who need it so how did it start for you had did you experience you're calling to ministry I graduated from the university region yeah not at all sure what I wanted to do but it had some people thinking about the texture day I've had my own cloud of witnesses who have shown me what faithful looks like lived out and while I I was sort of dragged into it first very reluctantly the minute I began working at a church I experience the wonder and joy of being able to be with people at some of their highest moments in Los moments and felt that the church was an essential part not only of my life but maybe something I can help others with well your sermon this week picks up from where we were in the letter to Hebrews last week in Hebrews eleven and twelve would you read the text force yes thanks what more should I say for time would fail me to tell of Gideon Barack Sampson job for of David and Samuel in the profits who through faith conquered kingdoms administer justice obtain promises shot the miles of lions quench raging fire escape the edge of the sword one strength out of weakness became mighty in war put foreign armies to flight women received their dead by resurrection others were tortured refusing to accept release in order to obtain a better resurrection others suffered mocking and flogging and even chains and imprisonment they were stoned to death they were sawn into they were killed by the sword they went about in skins of sheep and goats destitute persecuted tormented of whom the world was not worthy they wandered in deserts and mountains and in caves and holes in the ground yeah all these will be recommended for their faith did not receive what was promised since god had provided something better so that they would not apart from us be made perfect therefore since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses let us also lay aside every weight and the sin that clings so closely and let us run with perseverance the race that is set before us looking to Jesus the pioneer and perfector of our faith for the sake of the joy that was set before him endured the cross disregarding it shame and is taking his seat at the right hand of the throne of god and what more should I say the writer begins here making a powerful case for faith what struck you especially as you prepare this message the highs and the lows of faith in the experience that we are not the first people to have gone through this one of my favorite ways to begin a personal statement of faith is I am not my own idea and I think that is powerful you displayed here not only am I not my own idea but my experience of faith has been traveled by countless faithful women and men before me and it would be arrogant at least to think that I am experiencing something that others haven't we all have something to learn from those who have gone before us and showed us the way mark last week you title your sermon today you've title this week's sermon tomorrow thanks for sharing these messages of hope and faith with.

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"tom tool" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"tom tool" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Finebaum show podcast. Welcome back to the program. Tony barnhart. Joining us always great to welcome in. Tony, tony. I hope the off season even though it's two weeks and three days old has been good to you. Good afternoon. I has been good all good to hear from you. My friend wanna talk about a couple of things, but we were just talking about Alabama. And no you'd have to be in a cave. And I don't think you are to miss what has been going on there since the night of January, seventh your impressions of the exit from Santa Clara and the turmoil on Nick saban's coaching staff. Well, there's no there's no doubt all of us who were there that Alabama got beat by a very better chain better team that was better prepared and it was a thorough defeat. Now since then since we all got back home a lot has changed. But I I would always tell people when they ask about it is be very very wary of underestimating Nick Sabe now the. The change. He's had on his coaching staff. The last two years it has to me it has to catch up with you at some point. But don't take that that loss, and the fact that he's got to change coaches again for the second straight year don't read too much into that. Because I don't I don't think I don't think Nick savings ready to pass the time. Just you know, I I would agree with you, totally Tony. But I would like you to think back as you've watched great coaches over the years, whether it was an Meyer, replacing a lot of coaches at Florida or or Bobby Bowden or someone else for that matter. I realize he's unique. I realize he's the best that's ever been. But we're talking about major major change in in. He's been able to deal with it so far, but what are you watching for in feeling better about Nick Sabin than maybe some people? Well, I think one thing you got to keep in mind that his last four uprooting classes for whatever the rankings the worst, you know, the last four recruiting classes have been one one six and one all right now there's no question that when he came into recruiting this last glass, he went younger on his coaching staff. I think we all understand that. And it may have heard him in the back in the Xs and os. That's why it's so fascinating to me. Some of the guys he's bringing in like a Steve Sarkisian. I've heard you say this, and I agree with that somebody despite what their past was he's comfortable Steve's Archies in those Nick saving Nick Sabin, those steam or keys in and that's the thing. That's fascinating me now. Now, we'll catch up with him yet. But my my my issue would be when does that start to impact recruiting when that starts to happen to me? That's the red flies. You're right, all the great coaches who have who have slipped and fall fallen usually lost a little bit of an edge in recruiting. Let's switch gears. I was reading USA today this morning. There was my old friend. Tony Barnhart talking about the great Georgia running backs and man there have been I don't want to do a Larry Munson here. That's your job. But there have been a few and we will see to next week in the Super Bowl. But you ended up doing a ranking not difficult to pick the best. I think we could all do that. But take us through your process. Well, obviously, well, I got a call from. Oh friend Tom tool. USA today said hey, could you with Sony, Michelle and and? And Todd Gurley in the Super Bowl. Could you do this? And I'm sure I'll be happy to and obviously you start with history books you start with the leading Russia's of all time, and you you betta story template, and you just go down from there. And you know, where do they fit in the grand scheme of things? That's why had Charlie trippy at number two. I mean, I I talked to a lot of people about Charlie tripping over the years for a couple of my books, and this guy, you know, he's into college football hall of fame. The pro football hall of fame finished second Heisman Trophy. And so I felt good about putting him number two. Then after that..

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"tom tool" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"tom tool" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Finebaum show podcast. Welcome back to the program. Tony barnhart. Joining us always great to welcome in. Tony, tony. I hope the off season even though it's two weeks and three days old has been good to you. Good afternoon. I has been good all good to hear from you. My friend wanna talk about a couple of things, but we were just talking about Alabama. And no you'd have to be in a cave. And I don't think you are to miss what has been going on there since the night of January, seventh your impressions of the exit from Santa Clara and the turmoil on Nick saban's coaching staff. Well, there's no there's no doubt all of us who were there that Alabama got beat by a very better chain better team that was better prepared and it was a thorough defeat. Now since then since we all got back home a lot has changed. But I I would always tell people when they ask about it is be very very wary of underestimating Nick Sabe now the. The change. He's had on his coaching staff. The last two years it has to me it has to catch up with you at some point. But don't take that that loss, and the fact that he's got to change coaches again for the second straight year don't read too much into that. Because I don't I don't think I don't think Nick savings ready to pass the time. Just you know, I I would agree with you, totally Tony. But I would like you to think back as you've watched great coaches over the years, whether it was an Meyer, replacing a lot of coaches at Florida or or Bobby Bowden or someone else for that matter. I realize he's unique. I realize he's the best that's ever been. But we're talking about major major change in in. He's been able to deal with it so far, but what are you watching for in feeling better about Nick Sabin than maybe some people? Well, I think one thing you got to keep in mind that his last four uprooting classes for whatever the rankings the worst, you know, the last four recruiting classes have been one one six and one all right now there's no question that when he came into recruiting this last glass, he went younger on his coaching staff. I think we all understand that. And it may have heard him in the back in the Xs and os. That's why it's so fascinating to me. Some of the guys he's bringing in like a Steve Sarkisian. I've heard you say this, and I agree with that somebody despite what their past was he's comfortable Steve's Archies in those Nick saving Nick Sabin, those steam or keys in and that's the thing. That's fascinating me now. Now, we'll catch up with him yet. But my my my issue would be when does that start to impact recruiting when that starts to happen to me? That's the red flies. You're right, all the great coaches who have who have slipped and fall fallen usually lost a little bit of an edge in recruiting. Let's switch gears. I was reading USA today this morning. There was my old friend. Tony Barnhart talking about the great Georgia running backs and man there have been I don't want to do a Larry Munson here. That's your job. But there have been a few and we will see to next week in the Super Bowl. But you ended up doing a ranking not difficult to pick the best. I think we could all do that. But take us through your process. Well, obviously, well, I got a call from. Oh friend Tom tool. USA today said hey, could you with Sony, Michelle and and? And Todd Gurley in the Super Bowl. Could you do this? And I'm sure I'll be happy to and obviously you start with history books you start with the leading Russia's of all time, and you you betta story template, and you just go down from there. And you know, where do they fit in the grand scheme of things? That's why had Charlie trippy at number two. I mean, I I talked to a lot of people about Charlie tripping over the years for a couple of my books, and this guy, you know, he's into college football hall of fame. The pro football hall of fame finished second Heisman Trophy. And so I felt good about putting him number two. Then after that..

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