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"trevor madison" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Well, Annabelle despite the fact that that data from China was the weakest rate since two thousand and nine with some pretty good buying coming through across Asian markets today, certainly that downside very much priced in. And we've actually started to say quite a bit of a rally coming through in the afternoon session with Asian stocks holding those six week high similar to what you saw on the S and P five hundred on Friday. Of course, US markets will be closed Monday futures looking a little bit lackluster at the moment, we're still hunting onto these gains across Asia, the three hundred on the lunch break up by half of one percent. You can say the Japanese yen certainly doing quite well against the dollar now with the handle of one hundred nine spot five nine and even the duller which initially had a bit of a dip ahead of that Chinese daughter pretty much flat lining their against the against the US, Dillard, should say unchanged. Seventy one six nine seven minutes. Everything looking pretty good. Even though we didn't have a great rate from China. And we hope she's still South Korea. Trade exports out falling the most in two years in jail. Yeah. Look a certain extent. What what was that data priced into the market in terms of the other markets Hong Kong if we think by Juliette late Thursday, we saw that smacking in Hong Kong. What's what's bid again this morning? What's going to reprieve? What are you watching that? Well, some of those property developers were among those stocks, which actually just got slammed in light Thursday trade. We are a little bit of a recovery coming through on Friday, and you can see here. Some of these jokes continuing to rebound. So this is a property developer here J one international up by about thirteen percent after a gain of around sixty percent on Friday. So certainly it looks like it was some kind of a algorithm trade. You've also got the shipbuilders looking pretty good in the Korean session and sunny optical are also looking good in the tech space. It's actually risen the most since December to the downside though. We're watching 'em MJ that is in the Hong Kong session. It is a company that has a full forecast. I should say a drop of about. Forty percent. I should say for profit slump for twenty eight. So that has seen its share price had its biggest loss since two thousand and two Yousef. Thank you very much for that overview. Let's get back to this part of the world and talk about s and p global ratings. They have issued a new report looking at rating and outlook trends in the region. Currently seven of the thirteen Meena sovereign says rates are investment grade. You've got Bahrain Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman. They're speculative. Great. It's bringing Trevor colony is a credit analyst at SAP global ratings. He joins us around the said, welcome back. Trevor. Madison myself, we're going through your report in the last few hours and one of the issues that struck us was said on average the ratings and demeanor region of actually come down. I mean, your ratings man, you spend a lot of time with the sovereigns. How happy are you with how they've performed when you compare them to how they've done in the past the ratings have come down to say, we started downgrading quite sharply. Actually in two thousand fifteen obviously when the oil price fell very sharply. So it was the oil exporters. Those ratings have suffered the most the likes of Oman has been downgraded by six notches barring five notches Saudi three notches, but also offset. We've had the likes of Abu Dhabi Kuwait. Those ratings have been maintained. So the history is over the past for four years or so has been downward trend in the average rating. Last year, we saw ratings changes. So we think for the most part we it in the new oil price reality. I've got an interesting I'll tell you about prices somebody's in the second. But we had no actions really last year. Except for one upgrade of Egypt. So we upgraded easy. Plus with the oil price. The new reality laissez fucks it into ratings as of today currently we have no negative outlook. So positive outlooks except Morocco where we have a negative outlook. Okay. We're gonna take a little bit deeper into that before we do that. We're going to do one of these momentary things. Do you have a phone on you? Yes. Can I have we go? This solves all the technical problems in the hidden world of television desert. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Let's continue the conversation provide the order prices. You said I think it's say you have your new price. If my notes are not mistaken me dig a little bit deeper lower in terms of the oil price projection that you've got four this year in the fifties. If I'm not mistaken us fry versus seventy two why do you not believe in these OPEC cuts fifty five dollars? That's our assumption for this year on the foreseeable future. We it's our Simpson's from sixty five just in January. So factoring in we still think that the exposure ratings will will remain stable, the main issue, I think behind our assumptions is we do broadly believing the cooks, we think they'll mostly be taken on by Saudi Arabia. The more long-term issue. We have with prices, we think the macho accustomed production is falling. We think obviously with shale. Price increases production comes online pushes the prices back down. So that's broadly of you. I mean, looking at the Y to transfer the reason and you've run us through some of the highlights. What's really surprised you as a person who's been covering the story for so long in terms of performance, either to the upside or to the downside? I don't think there's been any major surprises. I think we thought maybe one area where we in terms of the overall, diversification strategies and fiscal consolidation programs. I think when Saudi Arabia announced his program, there was a lot of optimism behind how that would move forward. Don't think he's moved forward has been implemented as strongly as maybe was initially expected, but still we do expect them to broadly follow that strategy and to reduce their deficits issue. Now this year is the the Saudi budget has something like seventeen dollar oil price factors in their own assumptions fifty five dollars. So we're going to have a potentially much bigger deficit than the Saudi budget is predicting so broadly. I think we always thought it was going to be interesting to see how committed the coverings were fiscal consolidation. When the oil price increase think there's evidence to suggest that they weren't as committed as they. I suggested but still broadly they're going in that direction of fiscal consolidation in our region. It is about the balancing act, isn't it between the price of oil stimulus Abu Dhabi. He's doing this sort of the load in this first quarter, but I want to drill in a little bit. You said the company expansion infrastructure energy is going to be a very important facet in the GCC. Cutout iraq. And Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, all balanced steam, their economies with infrastructure sense of the scale of infrastructure spent, but we think for those countries that you mentioned ranges, maybe between eight and twelve percent of GDP with cats be at the top, so very substantial infrastructure spending by the governments. We have to give credit where it's ju-. I mean, some of these governments have very substantial. Government asset positions they have that they can use in downtown scenario, and that's what they're doing. So it makes it a lot of sense to what extent is the external environment. The nature of the volatility. Global markets the fed going about its interest rate hikes. I it's been an issue in two thousand eighteen for some asset classes in the region. The we've seen the evidence of that going forward these linkages I mean, how much do they matter in an era quesion, they do matter. I think these still oil dependent economies that's the driving force behind behind the whole story from from my perspective at least for the sovereign ratings geopolitical tensions of asleep play into it as well. And then as you say, we we have the markets and pegged exchange rates mean that these economies have to follow US monetary policy. If US policy's tightening, even if it's not appropriate. They more or less have to up. So there are definite implications. Clearly tightening is an as wouldn't necessarily be the monetary policy. If these economies had their own monetary policy independence, they would necessarily follows time. So all of that plays in and potentially could dump and growth, but broadly, we think there's going to be an improvement in growth this year. GDP weighted average something like two point eight versus two point six last year. So nothing major but still an improving trend the market. I mean, we got a lot of economists coming through, but you're looking at through a slightly different prison. We've looked at some of the graphics that you send us, which is Egypt and Morocco. And you talk about the growth rates, and really I was quite surprised by the bullishness five and a half percent in towns if Egypt three point two percent in terms of Morocco. I know the other countries in there, but these were the two we're standing, right? So that that that is your strong story for twenty nine hundred is that reflected in the way is that reflected in in their credit ratings at the moment because what options are coming back to the market again for more sovereign paper. It is as I said, even though we expect strong growth in Morocco. That's the one sovereign in this whole region where we have a negative outlook. So it's not all about growth as the fiscal story, the external situation institutional settings these are all factors that we look at. Published criteria which anybody can look. So isn't sufficient. Morocco's case it's strong growth, but it's not stellar versus the recent past. They've they've had stronger for a long time. We think that's mostly in the phosphate sector automotive and tourism on Egypt's. It's awesome gas production manufacturing is more broad based. But for these poor economies in the region would expect some ketchup we'd expect growth to be stronger than the richer economies. Anyway, we just debating whether we have one final question on the U A, which I want to get an inside you say, you would upgrade, but you want to see better home. What from the what do you mean? What do you want to see from you, a upgrade broadly in the region in the we have an institutional assessment, which suggests that these economies centralized decision making centralized data provision isn't as good as elsewhere for. Similarly, similarly, rated sovereigns these are some areas where if there were significant improvements that could be upside candy that over the homework. That's it used to me every single day. Thank you very much traffic credit analyst at SNP.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Kim Jong UN expected to take place in Vietnam. The White House announced the two would make late next month with Hanoi. Her mean city and seen is the most likely venues, the president met Kim senior eight talks on Friday, but neither side elaborated on. What was discussed all my what might be on the agenda at a new summit? Global news twenty four hours a day on and talk on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. This is Bloomberg is really Sally now for a check on the markets. Juliet. Well, Annabelle despite the fact that that data from China was the weakest rate since two thousand nine with thanks and pretty good buying coming through across Asian markets today, certainly that downside very much priced in. And we've actually started to say quite a bit of a rally coming through in the afternoon session with agents stocks holding at those six week high a similar to what you saw on the S and P five hundred on Friday. Of course, US markets will be closed Monday futures looking a little bit Talaq lost at the moment. We're still hunting on today's gains across Asia, the CSI three hundred on the lunch break up by half of one percent. You can say the Japanese yen certainly doing quite well against the now with the handle at one hundred nine spot five nine and even the dollar which initially had a bit of a dip ahead of that Chinese daughter pretty much flat lining against the against the US dollar. I should say unchanged. Seventy one six nine seven minutes. Everything looking pretty good. Even though we didn't have a great rate from China, and we actually Seoul, South Korea. Trade exports falling the most in two years in jail. Yeah. Look a certain extent. What what was that data priced into the market in terms of the other markets Hong Kong if we think by late Thursday, we saw that smacking in Hong Kong. What's what's bid again this morning? What's gonna reprieve? What are you watching that? Well, some of those property developers were among those. So he's absolutely just got slammed in light Thursday trade. We saw a little bit of a recovery coming through on Friday, and you can see here. Some of these folks continuing to rebound. So this is the property developer j international up by about thirteen percent after a gain of around sixty percent on Friday. So certainly it looks like it was some kind of a algorithm trade. You've also got the shipbuilders looking pretty good in the Korean session and sunny optical. Also, looking good in the tech space. It's actually risen the most since December to the downside though. We're watching 'em MJ that he's in Hong Kong session is a company that has a full forecast. I should say a drop of about forty percent. I should say for profit slump for twenty eighteen so that has seen its share price have its biggest loss since two thousand and two youth. Thank you very much for that overview. Let's get back to this part of the world and talk about s and p global ratings. They have a new report looking at rating and outlook trends in the region. Currently seven of the thirteen Meena sovereigns. SNP rates are investment grade. You've got rain Egypt. Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman. They're speculative. Great. It's bringing in Trevor color analyst at SAP global ratings joins us around the said, welcome back. Trevor. Madison myself, we're going through your report the last few hours and one of the issues that struck us was that on average the ratings and demeanor region of actually come down. I mean, you're ratings man, you spend a lot of time with the sovereigns. How happy are you with how they've performed when you compare them to how they've done in the past the ratings have come down to say, we started downgrading quite sharply. Actually in two thousand fifteen obviously when the oil price fell very sharply. So he was the GCC oil-exporters. Those ratings have suffered the most the likes of Oman has been downgraded by six. Notches bahrain. Five notches savvy. Three notches also offsetting. We've had the likes of Abu Dhabi Kuwait. Those ratings have been maintained. So the history is over the past for four years or so has been downward trends in the average rating. But last year, actually, we saw no ratings changes. So we think for the most part we sit in the new oil price reality. I've got an interesting I'll tell you about prices somebody's in a second. But we know actions really last year except for one of great of Egypt. So we hope graded Egypt last year with the oil price. The new reality laissez factored into ratings as of today. Currently we have no negative outlook. So positive looks except Morocco where we have a negative. Okay. We're gonna take a little bit deeper into that before we do that. We're going to do one of these momentary things. Do you have a phone on you? Yes, we're gonna do can I have here we go. This solves all the technical problems are in the hidden world of television Desi. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Let's continue the conversation that the oil prices. You said the I think it say you have your new price. If my notes are not mistaken. Let me take a little bit deeper. Lower in terms of the oil price projection that you've got four this year in the fifties. If I'm not mistaken versus seventy two why do you not believe in these OPEC cuts fifty five dollars? That's our for this year on the foreseeable future. We lowered our Simpson's from sixty five just in January. So factoring in we still think that the the exposure rates will will remain stable the main issue, I think behind our assumptions is we do broadly believing the cooks, we think they'll mostly be taken on by Saudi Arabia. The more long-term issue. We have with prices is. We think the marginal cost of production is falling. We think obviously with shale. They will price increases production comes online pushes the prices back down. So that's broadly of you. I mean, looking at the wider transfer the reason and you've run us through some of the highlights. What's really surprised you as a person who's been covering the story for so long in terms of performance, either to the upside or to the downside? I don't think there's been any major surprises. I think we thought maybe one area where we in terms of the overall, diversification strategies and fiscal consolidation programs. I think when Saudi Arabia announced this program, there was a lot of optimism behind how that would move forward. I don't think he's moved forward as it's been implemented as strongly as maybe was initially expected, but still we do expect them to broadly follow that strategy and to reduce their deficits the issue now this year is the Saudi budget has something like a seventy dollar oil price and our own assumptions fifty five dollars. So we're going to have a potentially much bigger deficit than the Saudi budget is predicting so broadly. I think we always thought it was going to be interesting to see how committed the sovereigns were to fiscal consolidation when the oil price increase there's evidence to suggest that they were as committed as they. I just did. But still broadly they're going in that direction of fiscal consolidation in our region. It is about the balancing act, isn't it between the price of oil and stimulus Abu Dhabi. He's doing this sort of the front-load in this first quarter, but I want to drill in a little bit. You say the couple expansion infrastructure Spanish is going to be a very important facet in the GCC out rack and Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, all balanced steam, their economies with infrastructure, just give me a sense of the scale of infrastructure spent what we think for those countries that you mentioned ranges, maybe between eight and twelve percent of GDP with cats have be at the top, so very substantial infrastructure spending by the government. We have to give credit to. I mean, some of these governments have very substantial. Government asset positions they have before that they can use in downtown scenario, and that's what they're doing. So it makes a lot of sense to what extent is the external environment than issue. The volatility global markets the fed going about its interest rate hikes. I mean, I it's been an issue in two thousand eighteen for some asset classes into each other. And we've seen the evidence of that going forward these leakages I mean, how much do they matter in in era quesion? They do matter. I think these are still oil dependent economies. That's the driving force behind behind the whole story from from my perspective at least for the sovereign ratings geopolitical tensions of asleep play into it as well. And then as you say, we we have the markets, and the pegged exchange rates mean that these economies have to follow us monetary policy. If you as soon as you post these tiny, even if he's not proprio, they they more or less have followed up. So there are definite implications. Clearly tightening is an wouldn't necessarily be the monetary policy. If these economies had their own monetary policy independence, they wouldn't necessarily follow that route at this time. So all of that plays in and potentially could dump and growth, but broadly, we think there's going to be an improvement in growth this year. GDP way to average something like two point eight versus two point six last year. So nothing major but still an improving trend will of the market. I mean, we got a lot of economists coming through, but you're looking at three I slightly different prison. We've looked at some of the graphics that you send us, which is Egypt and Morocco. And you talk about the growth rates. Really? I was quite surprised by the bullishness five and a half percent in terms of Egypt. Three point two percent. In terms of Morocco. I know there are other countries in there. But these were the two we're standing, right? So that that that is yours sort of strong story for twenty nine hundred is that reflected in the way is that reflected in their in their credit ratings are coming back to the market again for more sulfur paper. It is. As I said, even though we expect strong growth in Morocco. That's the one sovereign in this in the whole region where we have an outlook. So it's not all about growth, the fiscal story, the external situation institutional settings these are all factors that we look at published criteria which anybody can look. So isn't sufficient. Morocco's case is strong growth, but it's not stellar versus the recent past. They've had strong growth for a long time within that's mostly in the phosphate sector. Also tiv-. Tourism on Egypt. It's source gas production manufacturing is more broad based. But for these poor economies in the region with expects some ketchup, we'd expect growth to be stronger than the richer economies. Anyway, we just debating whether we have one final question on the U A, which I want to get an insight. You say you would upgrade, but you wanna see better home? What from the what do you mean? What do you want to see from you, a upgrade broadly in the region in the we have an institutional assessment, which suggests that these economies centralized decision making centralized data provision isn't as good as elsewhere for. Similarly, similarly, rated sovereigns these are some areas where if there were significant improvements that could be can do that over the homework. That's it used to me every single day. Trevor thank you very much traffic credit analyst.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Annabelle despite the fact that that data from China was the weakest rate since two thousand and nine with thanks pretty good buying coming through across Asian markets today, certainly that downside very much priced in. And we've actually started to say quite a bit of a rally coming through in the afternoon session with Asian stocks holding at those six week high assimilation. What you saw on the S and P five hundred on Friday. Of course, US markets will be closed Monday futures looking a little bit tired. Lackluster at the moment with still hunting onto these gains across Asia, the CSI three hundred on the lunch break up by half of one percent. You can say the Japanese yen certainly doing quite well against the dollar now with the handle of one hundred nine spot five nine and even the Ozzy Dullah, which initially had a bit of a deep ahead of that Chinese daughter pretty much flat lining against the dollar against the US Stiller, I should say unchanged. Seventy one six nine minutes. Everything looking pretty good. Even though we didn't have a great rate from China, and we actually still South Korea. Trade exports falling in two years in janu-. Hiring. Yeah. Look a certain extent. What what was that data priced into the market in terms of the other markets Hong Kong, if we think by Juliet late Thursday, we saw that smacking in Hong Kong. What's what's bid again this morning? What's gonna reprieve? What are you watching that? Well, some of the property developers were among those stocks. We actually just got slammed in light Thursday trade. We saw a little bit of a recovery coming through on Friday, and you can see some of these talks continuing to rebound. So this is a property developer here jae-won international up by about thirteen percent. After a gain of around sixty percent on Friday. So it looks like it was some kind of a algorithm it trade. You say got the shipbuilders looking pretty good in the Korean session and sunny optical are also looking good in the tech space. It's actually risen the most since December to the downside though. We're watching 'em MJ that is in the Hong Kong session is a company that has a full forecast that should say a drop of about. Forty percent. I should say for profit slump for twenty eight. So that has seen its share price have its biggest loss since two thousand and two USA. Thank you very much for that over. Let's get back to this part of the world and talk about s and p global ratings. They have issued a new report looking at rating and outlook trends in the Meana region. Currently seven of the thirteen Meena sovereigns. SNP rates are investment grade. You've got Bahrain Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Oman. They're speculative great. It's bringing in Trevor colonies a credit analyst at SAP global ratings. He joins us around the said, welcome back. Trevor. Madison myself going through your report, the last few hours and one of the issues that struck us was that on average the ratings and the meaner region of actually come down. I mean, you're ratings man, you spend a lot of time with the sovereigns. How happy are you with how they've performed when you compare them to how they've done in the past the ratings have come down to say, we started downgrading quite sharply. Actually in two thousand fifteen obviously when the oil price fell very sharply. So he was.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hey on DJ sickness, and here's what's happening right now. Let's start in college football. Northwestern has back to back losses to Duke in Akron. You'd never know. By the way, they're playing today against Michigan is second goal. The balls of the three yard line of Michigan. Molton ahead straight ahead. Towers easily across the touchdown. Wildcats. Michigan sixteen to nothing. Fifty six to go in the first half dill resents you the call right here on ESPN radio. Northwestern was up seventeen. Nothing. Michigan got a rushing touchdown right now. It's the Wildcats up seventeen to seven in the second quarter. You can listen on the ESPN app. Never to Georgia in control over Tennessee. Twenty to six in the third quarter BULLDOGS agree rushing touchdowns late third quarter action in the big twelve number six Oklahoma thirty five sixteen badge on Baylor Murray was bench for the first series. The game five touchdown passes for him. So far. He's looks superb. Never ten Auburn up fourteen to three on southern Mississippi. Jackie Mao a weather delay right now. Jared cinema touchdown pass earlier today. Earlier this afternoon number three Clemson survives. The twenty seven twenty three win over Syracuse backup quarterback. She's Bryce who led the Tigers to win. After started. Trevor Lawrence got a concussion number one, Alabama dominates Louisiana fifty-six fourteen damage put up twenty eight in the first quarter number twelve West Virginia beat number twenty five Texas sex forty two to thirty four will Greer threw touchdown passes. The Ryder Cup Europe lease the US ten to six Europe needs four and a half points to win US really got to do some work the cubs and cardinals both with a postseason berth insight and be go head to head this weekend. Coverage begins tomorrow at two thirty eastern on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Push hit by indeed. College game day on ESPN radio and the ESPN app built by the Home Depot. Now Trevor Madison Brad Edwards. Here's match. Number two, Georgia leads.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"With new teammates and you don't get your best football onto the field in a hurt you from the standpoint of the NFL, there's no guarantees either place. So if you're gonna pick one of the places to take that risk my personal opinion in a situation like this, you're better off taking that risk where you are because you're guaranteed the benefits there and you may have other benefits as well. Here's an idea Trevor instead of our, he goes Arkansas or he goes to Auburn. How about he just goes to Hawaii in LA. He gets his last year hanging out over the islands and having fun. Right. Like that would be like, that's what I would do. Right? You get one more year. Let's go enjoy. Be out in the sun. All right. I'm gonna figure that Peter, but I like the way you think? Yeah, we go on vacation. All right. I'm way too close to this. I live with an Alabama die. Hard fan. I got a dog named. I'm hosting finebaum show and on bombarded by this. I think it's Alabama and nobody's close to them right now. You are a much smarter man than me. Why am I wrong? Okay, stop that. I'm not a spider man than you and your opinions of good as mine. But I think there are two teams that are close to them right now. What is Georgia? What is state? Here's why there's three things you need as a team to be able to compete with Alabama right now. I, you need to be able to stand up to the physical pounding. You need to be big and powerful with death on both lines. You need a good pass, rush in order to get after two to not let him just be comfortable in the pocket, or he will shred you, and you need to be able to have enough of a running game to be able to take the pressure off for your quarterback. These are these are things that you need in order to compete with Alabama. Georgia has it why AllState has it. Both of those teams have a quarterback who has proven that he can rack up huge point numbers to keep up with two. So you're right. Alabama right now is ahead of everybody including those two. But those two are the ones that have the capability to be able to compete pending. Trevor Lawrence at Clemson, he develops over over the rest of the season. Then that arm talent could put Clemson in that same position. And that's one of the reasons why I talked about in Andrey Adelson wrote about it this week to is maybe Alabama's dominance of what we've seen within with two has made Brian. Kelly go to Ian book at Notre Dame to take it to another level in hunter, Lawrence get the call in Clinton Chever as always been. Thank you for making me a little bit smarter here on the show. All right. Thanks Peter. When you get the Hawaii mail me back pineapple, Aloha baby, we'll make it happen. All right, Trevor Madison was helping us be the radius,.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:14 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Built by the Home Depot. Now alongside Trevor manage and Brad Edwards? Here's Matt Schick? USC Stanford right now the cardinal with a seven nothing lead on S C J T Daniels. Scott knocked down had to go to the medical tent. Freshman quarterback for SC got checked out warm back up on the sidelines. Told clay Helton he could get back in there after Matt expelled them for a little bit JT Daniels back in there. And right now C is on the Stanford side of the field. Facing a second down in short at the forty trailing seven nothing. Stanford running back Bryce love doing one that I drive the Stanford. Touchdown drive. A he had a twenty eight yard run on the way to a shorter touchdown run. But since then he's been completely shut down. As a matter of fact, if you take away that twenty eight yard run the other seven carries that he's had besides that he's averaging less than one yard per carry. So USC let him loose one time and the rest of the time they've done a really good job of shutting him down. And that pretty much means that his season so far has been one Kerry and. Everything else. He's done has amounted to barely above nothing. That is brutal. Brad, let that settle for a minute. He didn't really massage that just kind of just put that out there to say, hey. Truth hurts two-thirds subtypes truth hurts right now for number thirteen Penn State leading seven six I didn't stay rival Pitt. Look we knew there was some questions about Penn State specifically the defense right up the middle avenue replacement pieces on the defensive line linebacker, they're secondary. But goodness is Quadra. Ellison. Having a day for Pitt right now. Running the football sixteen carries one hundred seventeen yards and a touchdown. And we are not at the half yet. Very alarming for Penn State. Yeah. Pit has two hundred thirteen yards rushing. And right now that Penn State defense that had to not only replace a lot of talent starters some of went off to the NFL. They had to replace a lot of leadership middle linebacker. Jason is gone after the NFL, and they got torched last week by Appalachia state right now is having their way physically with Penn State trace McSorley with a touchdown pass to extend the lead. It's now thirteen to six Penn State. That's k j hamblur fourteen yard touchdown reception. He's having a nice night. So far. The Nittany lions. But this has been just kind of a sloppy game is being played in rain at both teams have turned the ball over which is. Whereas Iranian on both teams. It is what I'm saying. Is why the score is pretty low even though both teams have games. Fifty yards. Turn the ball over the other team gains fifty yards turns the ball back. And so that was you know, was the first thing that's happened this on the scoreboard in quite a while. Even though it's been about five hundred yards gained. It seems like since the previous touch. We have another long play for Samford. It was thirteen nothing. Florida state answers with touchdown. And then Sanford response with a fifty yard pass play. They are in the red zone of Florida state. No, Florida state not rag neither Sanford, but when you see Florida state what happened last week to Virginia Tech and now certainly on the ropes here against several. I know it's in the first quarter, but you should be trailing right now. Here's they face. A second down does Sanford leading thirteen to seven on Florida state. You would think Florida state would just want to pound the run because they're just so much bigger and stronger than the FCS team Sanford and for the state's not even try to run the ball. They've only got five Kerry so far against twelve through averaging less than three yards a carry you'd think. That'd be investing in the run. And they're not even you sort of have conceded that their offensive line is getting whipped by Sanford. Well, that's the thing. Trevor they're they're bigger are they stronger because I haven't seen that Florida state line push push anyone around in what three years. I mean. That's that's their biggest issue. It's not it's not a lack of skill. It's just that. They can't they can't do very much in the line of scrimmage. Brad. You're saying the Florida's offensive line is is skinny and weak. No. I said they're weak. They're not skinny they're big. Saying that in week. They're just not strong enough or either that or they got a really bad technique, whatever the reason, they can't block people, and that's really unfortunate because these Florida state players they I mean, what do you do? What's the answer? Right. You know, again, it's one thing to get hit in the mouth by Virginia Tech. It's another thing to get hit the mouth by Sanford. What what what do you tell your team? If your Willie Taggart, the coach going into halftime, what do you think about the first thing? I new head coach wants to do at magic Brad Edwards. Trevor Madison on college game down ESPN radio and the ESPN app. First thing head coach wants to do is get buy in right establish a culture out deficit to get buy in. When you get blown up by Virginia Tech. And now you're trailing in the first quarter to Sanford complicates a greatly. Because you're being asked to do things that are really hard. But a new coach comes in the players know, there are gonna be pushed. Part of the reason is that the new coach wants to establish his culture part of the reason is that often the new coach will want to unfairly push players physically, but more than that emotionally to see who will do what which guys will wilt, which guys will respond and bear down which guys will use that as a leadership opportunity. And so that that's just a a miserable hard thing to have to go through. But you do it on faith that if you go through it, it will work, and if you get big wins if you get success early, then you have a tangible reward for the faith that you had while you were going through all this hard stuff with a new coaching staff of the new culture. But right now, there's nothing that Florida state has that gives them a tangible reward that they can sink their teeth into. It's not that the coaches don't work coaching culture doesn't work is that they haven't had the reward yet right now, really Taggart's, sunshine state counterpart and the power five. Down melon at Florida. They were up ten seven. Now, they trail fourteen to ten at the Terry Wilson re runs it in from twenty four yards out as Kentucky takes fourteen to ten lead five minutes. Gone by there in that. Third quarter Kentucky has been running the ball. Really? Well, you talk about you know, there's not too much time left in the third quarter. They've already got over two hundred and fifty yards rushing Kentucky. That's just that's whipping Florida's front. Seven ken. Can you feel it coming? Another heartbreak devastating loss for Kentucky. Because two years in a row. They've they've had this thing they've had that losing streak ended and they've let it get away. And I just is there a Kentucky fan out there who doesn't believe. That's what's going to happen again. Because at a certain point, you just become conditioned to it. And I mean, this is is getting to historical nature the length of this streak of one opponent over another. You could have stopped at the question. Is there Kentucky fan out there? Kentucky as lost thirty one straight games to Florida. That is the longest active win streak between FBI teams that play each other regularly again gave up a thirteen point fourth quarter lead last year which included Kentucky playing with just ten men on the field. Fouling florida's. Go ahead. Touchdown so Kentucky fourteen deadly Florida. Yes. It's a new way to lose a game in a long deficit long losing streak. You may as well. Make sure you have eleven men on the field. All the the twelfth, man. Tried to do what it can't for Texas A and M it's twenty eight to thirteen Clemson. If there's a player today who who's kind of the big winner of today so far. Kelly. Brian has played has played very well and has really looked at team has responded to him. We knew in the off season. This was Kelly Bryant steam Trevor Lawrence has looked good when he's been in there. He's thrown for a touchdown. But Bryant has really led this team tonight. He has been an AM has scored a couple of times here in the second half and put pressure on. Clemson they've gotten it within a one possession game and both times Kelly. Bryant has led Clemson right back down the field in response. And if you're Daboh what option do you have other? I realize there are a lot of people. I'm not saying Dabo does. But there are a lot of people who want to see Trevor Lawrence take over the starting job because they may believe he has more talent. But Kelly Bryant getting the job done, and he is responding in critical moments. And that's what you need your quarterback to do. And you you look at it Trevor Lawrence he has one huge pass play which was a good pass. But a. Tremendous play by a receiver that most receivers in the country would not be able to mate he outside of that. You know, he he hasn't done a lie not been bad, but that's pretty much his day. And you know, it's funny because we came into today talking about the situation at Clemson and Georgia if you weren't watching the Georgia game earlier, South Carolina, Jake Frahm played that game until it was completely out of reach. Justin fields finally came in. And what would be considered garbage time the same can't be said for the Clemson situation. But I think to a lesser extent you had the incumbent quarterback there returning starter from last year and a separate himself a little bit in week two saw something flash. The Andre Francois Florida state quarterback just hit nudie Murray for a nice gain on the left sideline. But as he threw that ball was hit hard by Stanford pass rusher. I didn't see which one it was. But for goodness sake. The Florida state beat again sixteen to seven Sanford with the lead on Florida's state time winding down in that first quarter. They will go into the second quarter with Sanford a nine point lead Kentucky leads number twenty five Florida fourteen to ten at halftime, Texas as a twenty one nothing lead on Tulsa, Tulsa with a couple of picks and three missed field goals. Tune in tomorrow for football doubleheader as the Jags. Visit the giants and the Broncos.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Percent, alcohol by volume, William grant and sons, New York New York teen over New Mexico, but elsewhere in the big ten Nebraska lose to. Colorado. Northwestern lose to Duke, so all in all not a great day. So far for the big ten. What about when it comes to perhaps some big ten teams in our college football playoff selections last week and our debut last week in south bend. We conducted a college football playoff draft where who who had the first pick last week. I believe it was you Brad did. Yes. Clemson. So you took Clemson at went to Trevor he took Bama that I took Ohio State. And then I had the next pick after that it being a snake draft. So I'd Ohio State and Georgia Trevor came back and pick Notre Dame Brad, Pitt Penn State, and Wisconsin and Trevor picked Oklahoma. I'm you know, I'm just going to name the teams because I'm confusing myself. So my fourteen are Ohio State, Georgia Michigan and Stanford. Trevor has Bama Notre Dame Oklahoma and Auburn Brad has Clemson Penn State, Wisconsin and Michigan state. So Brad you took. Three big ten teams, including you'd at nearly blew up in your eyes last weekend. Would either of you liked to drop a team and pick one up off the waiver wire Trevor you have first option to do that if you'd like you've got Alabama Notre Dame Notre Dame, by the way today bit look didn't look all that unbeatable twenty four to sixteen over ball state. I believe they were thirty five point favorite Brennan wimbush had three interceptions. I think they struggled to move the ball at times they had good yardage on the ground but eighty two yards. They had rushing on three plays the other thirty four rushing attempts. They only gained nineteen yards. So ball state, basically with the exception of three big running plays shutdown. Notre Dame's run in south bend. Having said that I'm still not ready to throw him under the bus. I think maybe they were just sleeping after the big win against Michigan last week. Mean you got good teams? You've got Bama Notre Dame Oklahoma and Auburn for your four team. So I believe you're gonna hold steady. We should tell you Trevor Lawrence in Ed quarterback for Clemson for the first offensive play of the second quarter. And all he does is throw a catch and run for a touchdown. And Clemson appoint after from going up fourteen to three good things tend to happen. When Trevor lords goes in now, all of that being said, he's got some good weapons there on the outside. And he was able to use one of those there. He was in. This has the feel of something that was predetermined before kickoff that yes it Kelly. Bryant would have X number of possessions. And then Trevor Lawrence would take the next possession because the previous drive-by Clemson was a touchdown with Kelly. Bryant actually going into the end zone himself for that. First touchdown. So with Trevor Lawrence coming out the. Next offensive play is leads me to believe this is something that had already been decided upon an advance. And now both guys have led a touchdown drive. When you look at Clemson and what they've been able to to put together. You think about whether or not, you know, recruiting and all of the stars. And all those things matter here for Clemson. They certainly do you just saw the number two quarterback in the ESPN three hundred this past season. Throw a ball who I believe that was to Higgins who is the number to wide receiver in the class of two thousand seventeen Amari Rogers, also a part of that class and you've seen him show flashes here as well as Clemson program just continues to build not to that point. Matt I think what we're seeing across college football right now is teams that are separating themselves. Just because they have dominated recruiting in recent years. Alabama is a no brainer. A Clemson is in that category too. As Ohio State and now Georgia. Those four teams, and I'm not saying that go ahead and lock it down those you're four playoff teams. But man, they just seem to be a level above everyone else certainly for now, we can make the same argument for Oklahoma against the competition that it's going to face from this point forward in the big twelve, but but they're just they're few teams. It just seemed to be a level above everyone else, and that's pretty much because a talent welcome in those of you listening to the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox. This is college game. Daddy, ESPN radio the ESPN app. Magic Brad Edwards and Trevor Madison IT Higgins, and Amari Rogers to those key wide receivers in that class two thousand seventeen for Clemson have come up with some big plays including most recently Trevor Lawrence to t Higgins sixty four yards probably about forty five. At least those were the run from t Higgins who can flat out move from Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Clemson with a fourteen to three and that was driven Lawrence's first pass it was on the left side line. Higgins's six four. He's tall and Lawrence do that ball up. High Higgins went up and there were two defenders there. But the defenders went after the ball and then both missed the ball. And they also missed Higgins so Higgins grabbed that ball turned around. And they ran across the field towards the right ended up crossing the goal line more towards the right sideline, JIMBO Fisher. Who is having a great recruiting class right now at Texas, A and M. He's he's going to be on the phone with his recruits either tonight or tomorrow say you see those guys for Clemson, this pleasure. That's what we need. We need guys who can make plays like that. Because that's what am doesn't have. I mean, they're they're they're lacking. That's why am is is now well on its way to losing its eighteenth straight game against a team that's going to finish the season in the top twenty bread in our college football playoff picks. Brad, you've got Clemson Penn State, Wisconsin. Michigan state would you like to drop any of those teams to pick a team off the waiver wire. I'm sure there are people out there who would be inclined to drop Michigan state and or Penn State after. Last weekend. But I'm gonna I'm gonna stay put because I I wanna see one more game. And they both have a big win tonight. I've got Ohio State, Georgia Michigan and Stanford. Those last two are kind of shady, especially Michigan. I could easily drop Michigan right now victory today and take Washington. But I'm not going to do that. I'm stubborn and I'm holding firm to my snake pick draft of Michigan, so Georgia Michigan and Stanford. We will hold firm. They're not gonna pick up Colorado your album on. That's a good point. I could just lay waste division and pick up my Alba mater, Colorado after taking down Nebraska, we'll get that. I've requested the Colorado fight song for all of our Buback music tonight. But they have given me stone cold ice looks. So I guess we'll forget about that college game day on ESPN radio the ESPN app up next the other marquee game tonight, Stanford, what am I playoff.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Football is here the shell Pennzoil from sintus where we find Adnan Virk who like me starting tomorrow. Probably about eleven AM. We'll be embedded here in Bristol, Connecticut, watching nothing, but college football, the differences Adnan won't be leaving. I eventually will add in joins us on the shell Pennzoil from it signed what's up buddy. Kevin. Yeah, area. We say, said to make sure that you stepped out of the cafeteria and that you weren't a good cellphone reception area. Radio laugh is always a little bit wonky, right? I'm sorry. I felt no, not not not a problem. You Jesse Palmer, Joey gallery field Yates told me last night. You know, it's college football season when you see Jesse Palmer, Roman, the hallways here at ESPN. What's the game? You looking forward to the most tomorrow? And I'll give you the two options. Notre Dame, Michigan, Auburn, Washington, speaking of jesse's literally steps away from you right now locked and making notes of both of those games. You're right. I know feels is fired up as anybody to see Jesse patrolling. You're right. We're gonna be ready to go tomorrow. Notre Dame I think is fascinating order day why? Michigan I think is the one for me Kevin just because of the fact that they're switch scrutiny around both these programs to the story programs ever in college football, history, Michigan's first wizard, eight, six shape. Patterson's finally legit quarterback now for Jim Harbaugh who someone says in the hot seat considering his disappointing record against Ohio State and Michigan state's kind of a feeling of put up or shut up from Michigan and Notre Dame. I mean, listen to some people have them go the playoff or Trevor Madison that earlier today on ESPN Radi. Jio and my concern there was a brain whimpers to quarterback who can make plays this feet, but I haven't seen enough with his arm, but there's no question. I think Notre Dame's really good team strong schedule as always, but I'm right out of the gate to go Irish and wolverines. I think that's gonna be something special admin. We both know that real coach's coaching khakis. We both know they're real coaches Invite navigate. him. Eat a vitamin every day. It's called the stake. Okay. This guy's drinking milk like it's nineteen fifty four. So Jim Harbaugh is not on any hot seat. I think that's a store that's been created this summer as we're eagerly anticipating college football. Yes. His record against state and state hasn't been excellent. Play here, a play there, a punt fourth-down call. He's brought so much excitement back to Michigan and so much to the culture and has them in the conversation every year for the college football, playoff, do you genuinely believe that if say, Harbaugh loses his game tomorrow on the road at Notre Dame that people are going to be saying he should be fired. First of all, Ben always talk in Michigan. You always going to be so objectives. I'm glad. They come this. Into your question? No, I think they lose against Notre Dame, not not huge Jewish no-name, like I said, is it national playoff contender? I don't think many people think Michigan is going to win the big ten much less appear in the college about plants. You're right one loss won't ratchet.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on First and Last

"And i'm just very happy to have seen that first and last the podcast walk off touchdown for the tide it over time and that was the first lead of the game for alabama and it was the last play the game they never led thrilled thirteen nothing at the break chipped away tied the game inside a four minutes and then took the lead on the final play of the game thanks to the true freshman two tonga ovalles loa and who had never played a meaningful snap all season really just mapa duty mix sabin makes the switch at halftime goes to the better pocket passer and i just cannot tell you how happy i am look too often these coaches whether it's ponting on fourth in one around mid field they just refuse to do the right thing because it's unconventional they're afraid of the critics they're always trying to stay close instead of going in winning the game knicks save later said he felt his team was unable to win the game if he'd unless he made the switch it's that simple jaylen hurts talented quarterback but he's more of a running back who happens to play the qbe position he did not give him a chance i i mean i've been for those who don't know i host college game the on espn radio we travel around a lot of games i watch ron air for seven hours every saturday we being trevor madison bright edwards i've watched to a play i've argued the guys on air he's the better quarterback.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"The guy that in the last two games the afc championship in the rose bowl against oklahoma has shown that mentally it seems to me like he's forty well because there were there were play in that last drive and regulation in the rose bowl georgia trailing by is touchdown had to score a touchdown to force overtime or go home and he was under pressure jake bra and instead of short circuiting mentally like a lotta young quarterbacks would be kept his head in the play he continued the problems solved and i say if you can do that in the rose bowl in that situation who's to say he can't do it again tonight now you'll have to because alabama will be a completely different uh experience for him he's never faced the defense like this even oklahoma's depressed i even remotely close to balance but he's shown that under pressure he does a will and i'm very interested to see how he does under obama pressure c has be untouchable analyst trevor madison's yeltsin's oklahomans line pins all synthetics taking synthetic miro performance to a whole new level make this which two pins all synthetics today so you take in georgia than soda heard note when mao the final hour of now i said babel would win it all and evil with some injuries they've added linebacker it off its of wine i still think alabama this game another thing i said a month ago was that part of the reason i take spam up was that we would see the most ferocious performance from obama team in recent memory because they feel like they've been disrespected and they are out for revenge this because a lot of people it's pretty myself said that will have state as the conference champion should have been in this instead of that so they this is a different feeling relevant but they're not the front runners in their minds they're they're out to prove something and hell hath no fury like a nick david p was something to prove and that's what we have here in the last couple of weeks uh you've you've heard nick saving use the word ferocious to describe here's steve i think that ferocity we'll be evident in this game i think.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Jin so i just think there are a lot of things for oklahoma that work the other side of it we've heard people talk about this for the last four weeks which is georgia's power running game is something oklahoma does not see in the big 12 in wild they have a few players who are or physically capable standing up to it they don't have the waves of depth on the defensive front to deal with it for four quarters so i think of georgia has success running the ball early it could be a very long day for that oklahoma defense which is just going to wear down more and more as the game goes on he is brought edwards alongside trevor manage i'm doug his area gms the college game day crew in for the laboratory joan espn radio and the ears be an app straight ahead we go down to the big easy the sugar ball is being dotcoms chris lowe will join us live ahead of alabama and clemson the trilogy it's it's next on espn radio imias be an app i ever wants to god's ears support for the delegates arjona podcast comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are your coffin it when it comes to your work your hobbies in your life rocket more gauge gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan with rocket mortgage you can apply simply and understand fully so you can mortgage confidently to get started good a rocket mortgage dot com slash do god's s t u g o cheesy equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccess dot org number thirty thirty the music is queued the band is back together good to see you guys long sigh trevor madison bread edwards i'm doug gazarian calls gained a crew film and for the laboratory show you're on espn radio mesb an app doug without you get the bell as though like one ish when fifteen w really no no i actually shower the i don't always shower when i go and iberia we talk about that but you are those were now i was not in time sorta have you ever been into the usual abrasion that was so prolonged that you had to wear diapers no would you.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6

His and Hers and SC6

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6

"God he did two well i'm looking forward to that match up though because there is true drama endanger in this game for and it might be his last aspect of grit impression in college san raffeli plenty of scouts washing hey extra managed thank you mike are you right allows they should have been thank you that's a cosigned from trevor madison that mean something shire's unusual schubert's farms eligible player poldi naser best golfer tom it was only way i loved grant hill visegrip of level subaru i met jonty deluxe when i was a middle school can use best friends with my cousin and i met him at my grandma thousand denver that are always cheered goram's dossier ripple bulbul debbie ghana cool to seattle and the other rail mothers i gotta go regrets great career yes of barschel's our book omar margao will could have dared correct speaking of could have tournament which will get in a second bug walker got their first went over a right opponent ever abbott when they upset fifth mike north carolina in chapel hill o'neill's with 25 and a half point labour's echoes mike young policy motto went a little too hard to paint after the opposite there's a regular season win now to humongous regular season win but it's a bit embarrassing that in our gaza little overzealous and the i thought we won the super bowl maybe we did uh beat the tar heels he got he won't be back a little bit this morning as i understand it become all that you've never had a bigger winning geared sort the upsetting the rhetoric ranked opponent hundred vehicles all the tiring second the unending national borders celebrate celebrate doing a meal with i'll miss into the right for north carolina now seconds out fifty report down a 100dollar parlay almond about that because i don't gambled prey on walker beating unc the lakers leading the rockets and the heat meekness of last night you department over one hundred fifty grand are we probably should have and could have had another college upset last night between albany louisville.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I am proud to announce that this she has heisman trophy winner is faker mayfield other university of oklahoma baker may feel the oklahoma quarterback becomes the first former walk on to win a heisman trophy no surprise was the oddson favorite in front runner in another oklahoma player takes own the highest been making it six from school oklahoma university iin doug kazir ian alongside right edwards and trevor madison's called gabay heisman special on espn radio the s p unappy heisman special is brought to you by nissan heisman houses back rush over to nissan heisman housecom for more eisman house you know you mentioned this six oklahoma winners and it kind of reinforces how much oklahoma has changed its identity because they they were just a running program that's what they did in the first three winners from oklahoma were all running backs and that's that's what that program was known for and then all of a sudden bob stoops comes in and he hires a guy named michael each to run his offense they start swinging the ball over the yard and he had turnover in off it's a coordinators over the years but they kept that identity in terms of passing in over the last fifteen years you now had three oklahoma quarterbacks when it and so it it just it just tells you that have program can change its identity and.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The wmal weather channel forecast showed charred 52 colder upper thirty's outside the beltway colder sunny near sixty two wednesday before thanksgiving we'll see some fifty meteorologist ray stagich from the weather channel on wlsam cornell forty in alexandria 38 it highest built forty in washington and build tangible 1054 nine fm and am six thirty washington tall wifo in washington mornings on am six thirty good morning happy monday love people to adopt enough it will take on a whole week just to be the ah the travel woes of thanksgiving but if you like the rest of us are on your way to work out we're going to get you there and style at 705 jody jennifer will be with us and we're going to talk to him about that dossier that apparently we got nothing we can't prove anything with this so let's all the 735 its trevor madison at 815 it's joe konshik from the hale i'm very well turn on here with vince colonies oil good morning apple who's behind maybe the device in your pocket right now or may maybe in your hands put it down if you're driving apple has has let go of its black diversity chief xiiza a woman of denise young smith she worked with apple for twenty years who've worked did the human resources all sorts of things but for the last six months she's been that did the head of diversity at apple and she got into some trouble for making a very controversial statement very controversial she said at a summit recently in colombia the quote there can be 12 white blue eyed blonde man in a room and they're going to be diverse too because they're going to bring a different life experience in life perspective to the conversation diversity she said is the human experience i get a little bit frustrated when diversity or the from diversities tagged to the people of color or the women were the lgbt cirque intention was very simply that you can have a bunch of white people all lookalike in a room and they could actually be pretty diverse because their life experiences are so desperate well.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on College Football Live

"Gandhi football on is presented by john do pepper it is college football live i've got trevor madison joey galloway hanging out with megyn ladder here on the show the first november weekend of college football games and we had a lot of match up with playoff implications gentlemen we start with this week rivalry winter vote where fans picked oklahoma in the oklahoma oklahoma state rivalry beef we of course know it adds bedlam the hundred straight meeting third longest uninterrupted theories in f fee as history trevor i'll start with you this oklahoma jumped clemson in the polls with a win over oklahoma state this weekend not just with a win jim they'd have to bulldoze oklahoma state they would have to annihilate oklahoma state to be able to do it because when you look at the tape what you see is a defense of clint that looks really strong all the whole of one they play oklahoma's deepest doesn't look that good and so i think just the fact that they would be the eleven thranked team whereas clubs and as a chance to beat the 20th ranked team nc state that's not enough they have to look the part you know what drove i was thinking as you're going over oklahoma here i think if you look at clemson in their resume i don't see it happening whether it oklahoma winds or not but it doesn't actually matter because oklahoma have peace you next weekend so they don't have to jump on this weekend with a win i don't think there is even a chance if if clemson looks good against nc state the rankings will still be the same if the top five teams win i agree joy and the thing is the committee in their first ranking showed us that how a team works is important hella bambas number two even though they haven't beaten the team that's currently ranked us because they look like one of the best teams in the country so the concept of style points is back yes pin f p i essentially has this as an even game with oklahoma having a fifty point four percent chance to win it let's go to the conference as a whole however what about the acc does it need clemson to win this weekend to bolster itself as we get closer to that playoff.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Way to hold the ball in the things that provide a stable platform for more pinpoint more consistent accuracy you add that to his ability to create on the move and to take off a beach you running now this is a more dangerous quarterback this is going to be a very interesting game because of the fact that this defensive line that he was able to beat last year faces the more dangerous guy earlier today on college game dig desmond howard said yeah against purdue and north carolina hugh do it against this clemson front to what's your point grad who has that eleven secs last week against auburn and since the start of last share has more quarterback sacks than any other schools in the country emma mark jackson himself has been sacked more than any other quarterback since the start of last season so will we see that drinking venue or we're going to find out tonight for trevor madison brad edwards i'm doug zarian but send it back to cabinet in the studio guys thank you very much in a member yearago this was one of the chu coming out party ship you will or what are the two games dead really solidify lamar jackson is a heisman trophy winner they are underway our coverage is underway on abc television they'll kick it off in about ten minutes from now meantime we're gonna kick it off just after the bottom of the ardo thirty minutes now in petitions is at the coliseum work into sidelined for tonight's match up texas in us seat tale of two head coaches fizi you know you like it when i start their fairly are unfairly who on tom permanent to get his thing turned around quickly so there's the key word correctly well obviously they had a huge improvement when they played san jose state jose as soon as the mighty men of troy and it's a story venue known as the coliseum.

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"trevor madison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"trevor madison" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The oklahoma sooner is is now the longest tenured active coach in college football farance has been in iowa city with the haug aisin's 1999 we're gonna talk more about the new coach at oklahoma because texas the sooner biggest rival also as a new coach lincoln riley in tom arman now take it over the headsets if you will for those prestigious programs and oklahoma plays later against you tapped but texas underway long warns already on the board they lead seven nothing in a pivotal game if you will over over marylandbred words it's a game that you you can't lose if your taxes and winning it doesn't do a whole lot but but you definitely have to win you wanna look good and a great start for taxes you know we've talked a lot about tom herman how well he works in developing young quarterbacks in we're going to get a chance at a little bit to see how he does with shame bush shell who we assume is going to make the start here for taxes but they scored without their offense coming on the field maryland had a pass a little bit off target off the receivers hands texas depicted ran it back for touchdowns so a very quick score by the defense to open the season for the texas long horns we're going to talk much more about the new coach for taxes because it is almost something we've never seen the longhorn struggle losing records in consecutive seasons so in touch on that also the new coach in norman and lincoln riley thirty three year old now in charge of that programme taking over the reins from bob stoops with the sooner alongside trevor madison brad edwards i'm doug because and this is called game day on espn radio on espn at built by the home depot want to catch up on the florida michigan score while at soccer practice want to watch the florida state alabama game while at the.

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