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A highlight from Ep403: Why Nows The Time To Get On Other People's Podcasts - Chris Miles
"I have a vested interest for their show to be successful, right? I want their show to be awesome. I want to give good value and I want to be able to share it so that their stats go up and they say, I want Chris back on again. Like that's two ways I can serve them in just with one interview. Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. What's up, podcaster? It's your host, Adam A. Adams. And today I'm joined with a friend of mine, Chris Miles. Chris has published over 750 episodes. He's in his ninth season of podcasting. You can find his bio in the show notes. Go ahead and scroll down anything where his social that he wanted to share, his website that he wanted to share, and the link to his podcast, Money Ripples, is also down in the show notes. So you can scroll down and connect with him right there. Chris, after 750 episodes, you've probably learned a lot. And one of the things that I know you wanted to talk to the listener is there was a turning point, an aha moment for you. I want to hear about that turning point, the aha moment. What was we'll call it? A .D. and B .C. What was the B .C. version of the podcast and what happened at A .D. when you had this big aha moment? Yeah, the B .C. version of my podcast was really just an extension of my previous podcast I did that did like 80 episodes for over, of course, about four years. So I was podcasting since end of 2008, but it was always very organic. The whole purpose I had for the podcast is really just to save myself time and energy. Right. Because I was trying to use it as a way to be like a frequently asked or should be asked question from people. So if some client asked me, hey, Chris, tell me what's the best way to create passive income. Great. Just go listen to the show and then we'll talk about it. Right. So it would save me all that breath and energy having talked to people. And it became kind of like my own book, so to speak. But the big aha for me happened actually was after I was interviewed on if you've ever heard of the show Entrepreneurs on Fire with John Lee Dumas. So I was on that show one earlier time before. And I remember it boosted the numbers on my website. And then a few years later, I realized and I was kind of questioning everything. I was questioning about how to be more efficient. Right. And I realized that the best clients of mine came from my podcast. And I said, wait a minute, if that's my best place, why am I live speaking everywhere? Why am I trying to, you know, go and network and do this and that and the other? Why don't I just focus on my voice and my podcast? And then the idea hit me and said, I should go on other people's podcasts. And instead of telling me to go to my website, find my ebook and all that kind of stuff, just send them to my podcast because if they're already listening to podcasts, why not come there? So that's what I started doing. I actually, I went back on John Lee Dumas' show again. And instead this time, instead of promoting my website, I promoted my podcast and then boom, like numbers exploded. It started to take off and get traction. And then pretty soon as a result, iTunes was recommending it. Then of course I met you a few years later, then you boosted my numbers even more. And now we've got like hundreds of reviews and things like that. Right. It really helped get that momentum going. And I'll tell you, it took me like four and a half years to get my first hundred thousand downloads. Now I get over a well over like, I don't know, like I probably hit a hundred thousand downloads in about like eight or nine months, but even on iTunes, that doesn't even include YouTube views and things like that as well, which gives me even more. And so that was like a big aha for me. Instead of just promoting my website, promoting my product or service, instead promote the podcast, because that's the best way to get people to really figure out if they know, like, and trust you. And when that happened, all of a sudden my numbers boomed in my business as a result. And again, it took no extra money out of my pocket. It was just, Hey, if I get interviewed on podcasts, just promote my podcast. That's it. Don't go pitching any crap like that. Just promote the podcast. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that's really, really interesting. I've been interviewed on a lot of other podcasts and I do it intentionally like you are right now. And I actually have been adopting that. Now, a lot of the times the host, they want to add value to you, Chris. They're like, you took your time out to add value to my listener. I want to make sure that people go to your website. And so the host sometimes, not all the time, they kind of like almost, it feels like they're insisting that they send people to your website or to a lead magnet, right? Because that's what they've known. And for me, my call to action is, well, the best thing you can do if you want it for free is just go to over to my podcast. You already listened to this podcast, go and check it out. And if you know that you're ready to work with my company, then you can go to my website, growyourshow .com top, right? You can push that button for a discovery call. And so I will say both. So let me hear if you can silo just the call to action over the last, I think, isn't it eight years, seven years? How many years have you had your show? Now it's the ninth season. So ninth year. Okay. Okay. So after nine years, if you could just silo off at first, this was my call to action. And then I switched to this and now I'm doing this. Are you more like me where you hybrid it, where you're like, this is the free way and this is the paid way, or do you just promote the podcast? Where did that come? I'd like to hear just that part. Yeah, you bet. So almost all the time. And I probably do at least a couple of interviews a week now. One of my other people's shows always they'll say how people reach you, how they contact you, follow you. They'll always say something like to that degree, I'll say two easy ways. You go to moneyripples .com or you can just follow my podcast on itube, you know, itube, youtunes, you know, whatever you want to do, follow the moneyripples podcast on youtube or itunes. And I just leave it at that like five, six seconds and we're done unless I say itube or youtunes. And then it might take me 10 seconds to say it, but it's very simple. It's just go to my website. If you want to visit my website, moneyripples .com or follow the moneyripples podcast, wherever you follow podcasts. All right. Follow my podcast wherever I'm quoting you. I like this. And that's basically what I say, but I've always started with the free way first. And I, I might change it after I might change it after just after we had this conversation. So do you feel one thing to extract from that or make sure that the listener heard is that you're saying you probably do about two interviews a week and I'm trying to do two to three a week and been able to do that fairly consistently because we really try for it. Now there's a lot of ways to get interviews and I'm going to list just a couple of them. And then I'm going to ask you, how do you get interviews? One way is you'd go on a place like pod match or pod booker where there's a whole bunch of podcast people and you try to either do an interview exchange or you try to just get on other people's shows or you're looking for your own guests. You can do any of the three options. Another way to do it is to be in Facebook groups where your perfect listener would be and you're engaging with them. And then when you see somebody posting something that's really great, you say, Hey, would you like to be on my show? Another way is to pay a company that does podcast booking, like an agency that just does the booking where you might pay ish three to $500 to each time that you get booked on someone else's show. And so some people, they might pay like 30 ,000 or 20 ,000 or 10 ,000 and they might get on 10 episodes or 20 episodes or 50 episodes that year of those or option D, how are you getting booked on two other people's shows each week? That's the minimum. My average is actually closer to about 3 .8 to four times a week. It's been a combination of a lot of the things you already mentioned, right? So funny. I just found pod match a couple months ago. I'm a little late to the party, but that's four or five times a week recently. So here's how I do it actually go in order of like cheapest or easiest all the way up to most expensive. So the cheapest one, of course I started with was radio guest list .com. That's a great membership and it's free. You can actually get it for free, but I recommend doing the $6 a month membership. It's virtually nothing, but on top of that, you get the first interview pitches, right? And of course I always recommend like, make sure the show is a good fit for you and you're a good fit for them before you just pitch them because nothing always me more as being a podcast host, someone pitch me anything, right? But I'll tell you like, if it's something that really makes sense, right? Reach out to them and make it make sense and keep it short and sweet about who you are and what you do. So when I would radio guest list, you have to go and email them yourself. So I would do that. I would follow the instructions because there's nothing more annoying if you don't follow instructions. So make sure you read the little instructions and say that here's what you need to do to become a guest. I'll email them. I'll make sure I use their name. For example, I'll say, Hey, you know, my name is Chris Miles, cashflow expert or anti -financial advisor, depending on which one I think will resonate with them more. It's like, I show people how to increase their passive income today versus waiting five million years to get broke in retirement or whatever, you know, something like that. And I'll just say like, if it's an entrepreneur show, I might say, Hey, you know, I've been in business for 20 years. I've been helping people with this. I have a lot of experiences where I've been high. I've been low. So it could be a story base. So again, I kind of cater it to whatever their show is really for, right? Like they're entrepreneurs. I care there. If it's for real estate investors, I talk about alternative investments and passive income and how to get your money to pay you twice. Why every real estate investor needs passive income. I'll just cater that. And I'll just say, I've attached my bio here for your review. Let me know if you have any questions, if you feel like you're a good fit for my audience. And that's pretty much it. So it's usually like two short paragraphs that I'll get responses every time, but I get pretty decent responses. And the cool thing is I have my bio that I have like a short bio that's 50 words or less because some will request that I call my super duper short bio. And then I have my super short bio. That's less than a hundred words that I usually send out to most people. And that's what I put up on pod match, but I've used that for radio guest list. I would find at least a couple of interviews a month just from that. So that's a great place to start. And then I did pod match recently. That one's like, can I interrupt you? This is on radio guest list .com, which we'll link it in the show notes. I'm hearing everything that you're saying, keeping it short and sweet two paragraphs at most, following their instructions, catering to their show, keeping it personalized. So it's not just some copy and paste thing and attaching a short bio. And now I'm wondering on, you know, what's funny. I literally had a question. good And then I was like wrapping up everything that you said. And now I'm thinking, did I get all the points that he mentioned? And my brain was thinking more about that than it was about the question that I had. Shoot. That's depressing because I had a great curious thing that I think would really support the listener. It'll come back to me. So keep going, Chris, and then I'll get back there. Yeah. Like I said, I think that's a great start because it does kind of lead to what you could do with pod match. Right. And I actually, you remember the question? Yeah, you can tell in my face. I'm like, Oh, that's what it was. Yep. Are you getting them on your show? Are you doing both when you do this two short paragraphs? What's your heart saying? What is your actual goal? Yeah. My goal is to get on their show. Okay. And so do you don't feel bad? Like, because I sometimes do feel bad and kind of have this reciprocity thing where I just feel like, man, I've got to offer them to be on my show too. I don't know. And if not, which is great, or if so, how do you overcome it? Like, how do you change the mindset? Like I really am here to get my message out. Well, because I know I'm going to try to deliver max value every time. Right. I mean, I mean, look, we're talking about podcasting, right? It's like thinking about thinking. It's like meta thing. It's the kind of the same thing. I mean, this is not my area of expertise, but I know I can deliver good value from things I've learned. Otherwise I wouldn't come on the show and ask to be on the first place. I think people feel more guilty if they try to get weasel their way onto a show and know that they're not that good. And I'm not saying this is you, Adam, by the way, I'm not saying that at all, because sometimes I will feel that the reciprocity, but then I remember, listen, I'm not only here to give them good value so that their listeners want to stay on their show and make sure I keep them hooked. But secondly, I'm also know that I'm going to be sharing their assets afterwards too. I'm going to be promoting their show. So I'm giving them twice a second. Do you always promote the show? And here's the thing. A lot of people, if you're on your first or second show that you've ever been interviewed on, there is probably a 99 % chance you're sharing it. It's your first time. It's your second time. It's almost guaranteed. You're going to share that because you're, you're proud of yourself. You want people to see it. You want the exposure and you're not doing this a few times a week, 3 .8 times a week. But when you're getting on 3 .8 podcasts each week, do you share all of them or do you share some of them? If they share it with me, then yes, we'll share them. I mean, it is responsibility of the host to actually say, we released your podcast, right? If they don't do that, we'll never know. So there is a little bit of responsibility on their part, but I'll say at the end of the interview, when we're done recording, I'll say like, Hey, that was awesome. It was fun. Let me know if you have show assets, the link or whatever, send it to me. Now I have a team to do it for me, but even before then I was still doing it myself. I was still promoting it because even if it were three or four times a week, that's three or four posts that you don't have to create, right? Those are posts that say, Hey, so honored I was on this show today. Check it out. You know, I might've shared this, you know, or something that you can hook them with. Right. And, and just share it, you know, and they have YouTube shorts or not YouTube shorts. Well, they can have that too. Or they're like just short videos that you could put on Instagram or Tik TOK. Great. Have them tag you, make sure they have your social tags. You know, I just tell people it's easy. If you want to know it's always at money ripples, you can just tag that. They're like, Oh, good. So then it's not hard for them to figure out how to tag me when they do promote the show. So I have a vested interest. I want them to promote the show. I want them to say, man, he was not only an awesome guest that gave great value, but he actually shared stuff and my stats show it. I got to have them back. I want you to say that again. You have a vested interest for what to happen, Chris. I have a vested interest for their show to be successful. Right. I want their show to be awesome. I want to give good value and I want to be able to share it so that their stats go up and they say, I want Chris back on again. Yeah. Like that's two ways I can serve them in just with one interview. Yeah. And if they're promoting it like, so you just kind of in, as you're having that conversation at maybe at the end of the episode, you're like, Hey, let me know when this goes live so I can publish it. And you also say, go ahead and tag me. It's easy. It's money ripples .com or it's at money ripples, money ripples. Yeah. So you're like, it's easy to do this. And you're basically telling them, Hey, I want you to do it. I want you to tag me. That helps them to feel more comfortable. And also it's kind of sales in a way, but hear me out on that first. Cause the listener might be like, what does he mean? So in a way, when you say it's easy, just do this. What they're doing in their head is they are imagining themselves tagging you. And that increases the probability that they're going to share it at all because they're like, Oh, okay, I'm going to be tagging him. And so then they're like, you create it spiritually or in the mind and it allows it to have a higher probability to manifest itself physically and in person. And so I love how you're doing that. And just the way that you worded that I think is really valuable to the listener to be able to support their growth as well. Exactly. And what, and now that I have a marketing team, they beg for new content. I beg for new content because that's just less content I have to put out myself, right? I don't have to, I'm a horrible with a little selfie phone, you know, like doing those kinds of videos. I suck at that. You know, I'm much better in this kind of environment, talking with somebody, having a conversation versus talking to myself, even though I can talk to myself, my own podcast, but it's different when I'm behind a desk versus on a phone. Right. I have to like figure out how to hold it at the same time. That's work. So to have them create something that's an asset for us, right? Something that we can use a repurpose over and over. That's gold for us. We want that. And of course, I want them to know that we actually fulfill our word. We have integrity. We're going to do what we say we're going to do. Good stuff. And you mentioned a couple of times your team, your marketing team, your asset team, the people that work with you to do this. And I want to understand how that works for you and your purposes, because it seems like it's working great. And I'm curious if you are the person who's going on pod match pod book or radio guest list dot com. If you're the one who's going there, sending the personalized message, or if your team is helping you get on other people's podcasts, I know you were like, I'm going to list it from the cheapest way to the most expensive way. But staying just at radio guest list, $6 a month for a second. Is this you personally doing the legwork or is this your team that has learned how to speak with your voice and do that legwork? I've been doing it personally. Yeah. The whole entire time, even with pod match, even though I did have somebody do that for me for a bit, I mean, I guess go with my gut a lot more. Like there's a lot of shows that I had somebody on my team reached out to. I was like, I would never reach out to that show. And I'm the one of those people. I want to verify numbers. So I actually upgraded my pod match membership to verify that it has a certain reach. Otherwise I won't, I have so many other shows that can be on. I'm going to be more selective, right? So I started doing it myself, even with pod match, I'm actually doing that myself now. And again, I don't think it takes very long. Like I said, like once you get the hang of it, you know, those two quick paragraphs might take you two minutes, maybe. But again, if that gets you exposure to hundreds, possibly thousands of people that now want to follow you. And then now you're able to, you know, some people would say the marketing space nurtured them, right? I wouldn't even just say that. It's just really just create raving fans. And when you start to do that, it creates a ripple effect that you would never, never realize. I like how you threw in the ripple effect, my friend, you're genius.
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"two easy" Discussed on WTOP
"Budget call 855 57 creek today at simply safe we design award -winning security to protect every inch of your home it's easy to set up yourself and now there's have an even easier an option expert do it for you with simply safe pro install always protecting never a contract two easy installation options backed by 24 7 professional monitoring for less than a dollar a day any get new 20 system off with fast protect monitoring at simplisafe .com radio there's no traffic and weather on the 8th Mary DePompa in the WTOP traffic center already thanks Dan we're doing pretty well if you're on about we'll step back in picture but if you're interstate 95 in Virginia a couple of things to watch for now southbound in Fairfax County in fact just about under the Fairfax County Parkway exit 166 left lane blocked this is a crash but unfortunately we may have had the driver flee so now it becomes police activity with the crash the left lane block coming at it at speed there are no delays easy pass express lanes dew point southbound now if you take those southbound be advised where they would join in is in Stafford County and that is adjacent to where it crashes the right lane southbound will be blocked before 610 Garrisonville one went over the guardrail and officials are on scene that becomes a breakaway point for the main lanes not it's a big delay but you will pump the break southbound once you've passed the Russell Road and Quantico nothing northbound and that's it in the district DC 295 it is a work zone listener confirms after Pennsylvania you're still staying far right to get by and the crash was reported Pennsylvania Avenue southeast at 30th Street watch for police action this traffic report will be brought to you by Staples store provides innovative products and services for small business remote workers and learners even teachers and parents explore more at your local Staples store married upon the WTOP traffic thanks very now to seven news first alert meteorologist Jordan Evans a lot of dry weather this weekend and much better air quality too looking for pride events and the parade throughout
"two easy" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
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"two easy" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"Them by the handful. That led to a contest idea. Goldfish came up with a go for the handful challenge. The contest was to see who could hold the most goldfish crackers in their hand at once. Now all goldfish needed was a big advertising idea to promote the contest. Step one, look for someone with big hands. That search led to the NBA. Boban Marjanović is a 7 foot four 290 pound center who plays for the Dallas Mavericks. He has the largest hands in NBA history, measuring 27 centimeters or 10.7 inches long, and 30 centimeters or 12 inches wide. He was perfect. So goldfish hired him to be the spokesperson for the contest. With Marjanovic in place, goldfish posed the following challenge to the general public. Can you hold more goldfish in one handful than bob on? The contest was labeled go for the handful and was launched on TikTok. Nobody beats bobbin. One, ten, 20, two easy, 30, 40, 60, no stress for boba. 9100. One 5200 getting nearest 250. Because one, I will see you guys try 301. Yep. Bourbon could hold 301 goldfish in one hand.
"two easy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Store just online. You're buying things at warehouse prices and selling them for a markup, but at the end of the day, you have a lot of overhead. This is a very asset heavy business. Many Amazon type warehouses everywhere and those leases cost money, especially when you're expanding at the pace that they were and add in competition who's also vying to scoop up leases. Think about New York City, how many companies we had running around here. And now that they've had to shut a few of those down, you know, that's still something that's, they have to foot the bill for. Okay, so we talked about some things that they've gotten into, like, alcohol. We talked about some things that they've gotten out of. What have they not gotten into that they might yet, Jackie? Well, this is kind of the kicker, you know It harkens back to their start. It's called go puff because they used to deliver hookas and accessories to college students. It was a time, okay? Exactly. And the funny thing is, you know, they claim that to be smokers themselves. But bringing it back to where we are now, you're seeing Uber and DoorDash facilitating orders for cannabis delivery. It's a kind of a touchy thing here still because it's at the federal level. It hasn't been legalized, obviously, but you're seeing many states kind of take steps to embrace weed and for companies that want to capture the delivery component. It's going to be a little tricky and DoorDash and Uber or still kind of inching around it in the U.S., but in Canada, you know, they're the ones that are offering it on their apps. And whether it's someone else delivering or people can go pick it up, that app is now kind of like the center point for transacting this kind of product that was kind of thought to be off the off the radar for a long time for a company like gopuff. It could actually propose a poses a new opportunity to kind of tap into a much higher margin line of business. I mean, you know, I don't know what a lead order would go for, but certainly seems to be a little bit more lucrative than that. Did a chips and sodas? I mean, you've got the rest of it. One other two easy job. Exactly. Giving away the goods here, but we're go puff one director said that we quoted. It's our birthright to sell it, right? It's so good. So we'll see if they go there or not. DVD. All right, we're gonna leave it there. Great story. Jackie, thank you so much. Decade of olives. Is technology reporter at Bloomberg news from our 99 one studio in Washington D.C., a story she wrote with our bradstone, and of course our thanks to Jill Weber, editor of Bloomberg business week here in our interactive broker studio. Coming up, we're going to check in with our TV colleagues. We're going to talk about the markets, the
"two easy" Discussed on X96
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"two easy" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"They're like mantras. Tell me what to do and so when you have a book that just like hey listen. You got problems. Look at these. Three companies had had problems. All they had to do was squirts some windex on their elbow. And do these two easy tricks and success and they get a promotion you know. It's those kinds of prescriptive easy. Methodologies hijack our brain 'cause we we want to see some hope but it's not bad. I don't think it's bad to start off now that he can't end there in a prescriptive manner right right. Yeah just just because something is simple doesn't mean that it's bad but fads do have that quality of being something very simple. They are also falsely encouraging. And they promise some sort of outcome that is great in his very positive. And it's going to make my employees more productive and more motivated and it's going to give us more profit et cetera et cetera So you know they they oftentimes will Kind of make the mistake of assuming causation. When there isn't some right so they'll use maybe a case study that says this happened in. You know this company and then they had great prophets. Well you know. It's probably a little bit more complicated than that in reality but fads are falsely encouraging in addition to being simple right and a lot of these business books have nice stories. I'm thinking about gold. Rats book the goal and That's all about. The theory of constraints theory of constraints is super important for planning out. Any manufacturing facility. But they always have the strange story. You know tommy business. Executive was having a hard time in his relationship at home and it creates an encouraging thing. It's important like it's emotionally important to be encouraged but anybody. That's plot promising. You a golden silver. Whatever gold bullet that will get you done. That's not likely to be true right right. So another quality that management fads tend to have according to this article in addition to being simple and also encouraging is that they are one-size-fits-all That they suggest that these these are universal rules and principles now. There are some universal rules and principles out there. So don't get me wrong You know. I think that most people will for example resonate well with supervisors who care about people's wellbeing in value their contributions. But you know they kind of say that you can do something you know. Something was done in one company and it could be easily transplanted into another not necessarily the case. Yep that's right at the next one after that is in tune with zeitgeist and for people that don't know zeitgeist is who do not know at zeitgeist as or speak german. That's like the the angst of the times You know the stuff the pop stuff. That's going on right now that has to do with and i don't think this is a bad thing. Zeitgeist isn't necessarily bad But like minority issues in the workplace Black lives matters some of those kinds of things so right now if you want to sell stuff to companies if you're selling diversity and inclusion training you know there's a bigger amount of people to sell to but if you want to sell up something really vanilla such as sprucing up. Somebody's quarterly or annual performance reviews. Well you know it's just too old fashioned to be helped to get sold right. Maybe maybe you know so. Those things don't fall in the fad category another piece of You know another criteria and if you will that we can look at. That will help us. Spot management fads is that they are easy to cut and paste You know they are simple and easy to apply you can kind of you know do.
"two easy" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Everybody knows my name for something, but it still feels strange, like looking in a mirror, trying to study yourself and seeing somebody else. Everything is not the same now feels like all the loves After changed. Maybe when the motor it'll all come down, but it's killing me now. But if you had it all but nobody to call, maybe then you know me. Soft had everything but no one's listening. And that's just a lonely I'm so oh, Everybody knows my past now, like my house was always made of glass on. Maybe that's the price you pay for the money and fame and an early age. Everybody saw me sick in a fellow I know and gave it. They criticize the things I did as an idiot kid. What if you had it all but nobody to call. Maybe then you know me. Who's always had everything but no one's listening. That's just get lonely. I'm so alone. Oh, I'm sorry. Lulu Wine? Oh, More music, more variety. One of 43, my FM. You sit there in your Party, Wayne on some beautiful boy to to save you from your old ways. You play forgiveness watching now, can he come? He doesn't love a thing like nobody talks like a gentleman like you imagine with you. Can we climb this mountain? I don't know. Higher than ever before. No, we can make it. Everything. Yes. Hold that. Second. Easy, easy watching Go. Hurricane that started turning way where you work. They say the devil's water reading so sweet You don't have to drink right now. Futian. Tip your feet. Everyone send a little while. You said. So you put a boy to save you from you. Always you play my really is watching. To look up, Funny boy. Like I said he doesn't know. More music variety, one of 43, my FM. I've always been the one to say the first. Goodbye. That's a loving loser. 100 million times had to get everyone to know just Oy..
"two easy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Harper out front. Harper Steps inside the Ark fires a jumper, No good rebound. Grab finance gains brings it the other way. Gains out to our beach drives through two defenders stripped of the ball out of bounds. Last touch Rutgers. You tell me how that pass got approved. Look like three hands from Rutgers were there They all missed. Yeah. McConnell almost had to steal. All of these was in the Nancy. Quick release jumper. No, and the rebound gathered in by McConnell off the baker had a Harper pulls up 43 No good. Rebound on each And now, But he's almost had his pass stolen by McConnell. But he got it back, and then he gets fouled. Wave off the basket, which was good bye. All these but won't count just came through it away, really just bounce back to him. He's got the throw the head back through all the file. He's got that one down now. Our McConnell his second easy to see why Rutgers leads the big tenants steals a game. Here's a cop in the quarter. Johnson away from the basket guard him. He tries to feed a bounce in the young, and it's kicked away by Miles Johnson out of bounds. Young had the mismatch inside because Johnson switched out on top. They're very aware of cops. Three point ability. They they don't allow him a whole lot of open looks. Miller in the first meeting was one of six from three and so far today he's one of five. Boy for the Wildcats games goes out. On the side. They were calling underneath out of bounds play, they gotta readjust. Hop will throw it in right sideline. Fires it into Buie, played by Jacob younger, check back hand off bodies high left in front of his coach, but he's driving in the lane is shot blocked by Harper and taken by Johnson, who's bringing the ball down the floor. Not very gracefully by the way, but wisely leaves it from okay here. There's more okay. He kills the dribble feet. Johnson out of the circle back to Harper. Surrounds. It left a mark a cop on him lob mid post left, Johnson faces the basket works his way into the paint. They doubled down Sends it back out to young shot clock it four young straight on three air ball out of bounds. Northwestern ball. That was good defense, Jason. He's dug in May and pick up it up and then closed out on his man made him take a Shot clock three. Bully will bring the ball up. 41 29 Rutgers Sweet ticked towards the 16 minute mark. Second half. There is to it. Works his way right down the paint. Drops it off to Nance puts it on the deck. Throws up a shot over the rim. No good. Rebounded. My Harper off the young had the baker There is stepped on the sideline. Yeah. Turn over Rutgers. Time out. 15 51 remaining. Did you know that right now? Geico is offering an extra 15% credit.
"two easy" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"two easy" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
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Massachusetts sues opioid maker Purdue Pharma, executives
"Nine seven eight two six three two three oh two easy news time seven oh six massachusetts sues the maker of oxycontin over the deadly opioid crisis the suit claims purdue pharma deceive patients and doctors about the risks of opioids the suit filed by attorney general maura healey today is the first to also go after purdue executives healy says it named sixteen current and former executives and board members including ceo craig landau also members of the family that owns per do which is based in connecticut in a statement given to busy radio purdue pharma says it vigorously denies the allegations though it shares healy's concerns about the opioid crisis in general coming up next to take you to the mob murder trial over the federal courthouse in boston also tom cuddy was sports and business news that's next few things are as we warning as building business one that makes a positive impact in our community and in the lives of those who live.