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"university missouri" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We continue with more of your phone calls. And let's check out Randy, who's up next. Hey, Randy. Randy. No Randy. How about rob? Excuse me, bob, and Aiken, South Carolina. Hey, bob. Thank Paul. Enjoy your show. I appreciate you taking the call. Thank you. First time, caller, I know that the focus of your show is the SEC, but I'd like to give a shout out to my Baylor bears and the job that Dave veranda is doing there to go from a two end team last year to 11 games and the big 12 championship that's pretty good. Not bad for a little baptist university on the banks of the Brazos river. The men's basketball team is the rating NCAA men's basketball champion and currently ranked number two and the women's basketball was currently ranked number 5. Second bears and happy birthday walker. So. Thank you very much. I think Davis is an amazing coach. That was a phenomenal hire there. Let's continue with more phone calls, squirrel is up next. Thanks for taking my call today, Paul. And just a couple of things. And this one's kind of it's an off week, so I thought I'd ask you this question. I'll watch the gorgeous staff will out clothing racks full of 2021 SEC championship t-shirts after the game the other night. Do you guys go to the third world countries or do they get destroyed at the end of the day? I had a friend who was involved in the retail business once. And you always have to do that before the game. And I think it used to go to you should go overseas. I wonder if some people actually think George is a good team and we have all these championships that they know that those are actually one day to be I don't know just pick a country any country to be walking through the streets and see like a soccer team dressed in Georgia 2021 SEC champion t-shirts. I actually seen an Alabama T-shirt home world news site one time. So it is feasible. But if I could go down memory lane, I appreciate you putting on legends call a few weeks ago. It was here in the panic in his voice when I got up on price. Listen, that was a personal milestone to me. I don't know if you realized it, but that was the first time you ever let me step on somebody's call. Usually usually it's the old man stepping online. And speaking of Jim, I'm surprised you didn't hear that F bomb, he dropped on your staff the other day dropped a couple of them actually. And at the end of the call, I don't know how I missed that. Because we all heard it. But you'd be proud, man. I threw up my hands in the prayer for a few weeks ago. He had called in after one of my calls when I told him about when I had to block him after 13 seconds and said that I cursed him and he said as God is my weirdness and we did man up through with my hands with us that lowered please don't strike Jim panel national TV as a way to at least till after 6 p.m. central time if you're going to do it because that dude lad right there. He called in and he had that evil voice at satanic zone because I was so shocked that he called my words were your calling me again and then he launched into me. He says, listen, he went down in that gravelly voice that Satan voice, he said, listen here, you ask who you are going to pitch your L and that's when I hung up and you said things that you want. Oh, you've heard it before. That time he got banned for a while when he dropped F bombs on us after community talked about his little golf game. People were mentioning the balls into the ground. He got us attached voice. He drops into the evil. That's when the devil takes over Jim. I mean, find the devil every day. And then we hear it on the instruction. So yeah, we are. And so we here he is on the radio station lab. But hey, thanks for taking my call. You have a great weekend aloha. Thank you, squirrel. John is up next in St. Louis. Hello, John. Hello, Paul. How are you today sir? We are doing great. Thank you. Good anyway. I wanted to call and kind of change gears a little bit here just for a minute and kind of interject the concern as university, Missouri, basketball fans have these days about our team's performance and specifically related to coach Martin. He just doesn't seem to be able to do a very good job of recruiting I know you've talked to coach Martin over the years and I know you're also getting a lot of input from a very good writer beat writer Dave Matt was supposed to in St. Louis and next time you talked today, I guess or next time you talk to coach Martin, if you could ask him why he can't recruit better and why he can't win basketball games because this is getting to the point of being utterly ridiculous and it's going to get really bad starting tomorrow when we have to go to Lawrence and play in front of a jam packed crowd that fog Allen field house and get totally annihilated in an embarrassed and then the next week have to play a game here at the sava center in St. Louis and get our clocks cleaned by Illinois. So I don't know what else to say. We just kind of thrown up our arms here. We don't really understand what is, I guess what his strategy is to get this program turned around, but it's becoming quite an embarrassment, Paul. Well, John, thank you. Yeah, those are two huge games if you're in a zoo person. Kansas is the rival and I know coach comes from east St. Louis. So Illinois and that's a job, I think he turned down if I remember correctly. So there's a lot of there's a lot of there's a lot of blood there. I will watch it. I will definitely watch the game tomorrow. I'm curious about it, because not had a chance to watch much basketball at all. With the football season, but I am a huge huge fan. So I will.

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"university missouri" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Like underrated humor. Oh bob Bob stress playing fun to be around. And you know. I was blessed to I've worked with awesome people by Dick edinburgh verne. Lundquist the lindsey nelson race shot and you know and and then greg gumbel and and on and on and on but i have had the opportunity to work with two guys who you know that. Their intellect is off the charts and one's al michaels and the other is is bob Brilliant people if they weren't broadcasting They'd be ceo's they be college professors they would be they would they would have to take that brainpower out for a test drive. I've really truly really smart people. Dan you mention you mentioned al michaels and martin technically actually work together. There's that caveat there so clear there's there's the distinction also there's a there's not there's plenty of people in our business who are not that bright. And then there are people at cost michaels who are not only genius at what they do but just have genius quality and al michaels. I believe is turned. Seventy seven or seventy eight. He sounds the same. It's unbowed seventy seven. I know exactly how old allies Because i caught him trying to lie about his age one time but that was a long time ago. But at no and and there's something else about being smart. It's not just knowing the information. It's not just knowing all the facts. It's knowing when to use them and allen i. I started on monday night with al. He said dan were don't get. I know you're smart. I know you know. But don't try to jam the square peg into the round hole that you'll know when it's right you'll know when it's when it fits Three quarters of what you're prepared to say before kickoff. You'll never get to say because the opportunity won't present itself and if the opportunity is it there don't do it. It was great advice and so being smart as a lot more than just about retaining information. It's knowing when to use it. What was like being part of that. Monday night team for so long and it feels like now every year. They're trying to reinvent the wheel or come up with the right combination but it just will never be what it was it was just. It was an event and for you to be a part of that for more than a decade. I don't know if pressure would come to mind or prestige. How did you feel about it in the moment. Well i i when it first happened i it was kind of a blur. I could hardly believe that Because had only been in broadcasting for three years and All of a sudden. I'm i'm doing monday night football. I cut my teeth. That cam lacks the. I'd been behind a microphone. Plenty but yes. It happened for me. It happened very very quickly I like to say i. I was fortunate. I did monday night football when it was monday. Night football It was the. nfl is marquee event. We got the best games. We had the biggest audiences Never did a game on a sunday afternoon. Get a rating comparable to what we did on on monday night. So and then. Of course i had the opportunity to work with tv history with al but also Standing next to frank gifford. Who was the link. Back to day. One of monday night football and i never ever stood in that booth next to frank. It didn't realize That i was the luckiest guy on her dan. Would you say that the chemistry with you three d did it Did that click right away. You know it did. Click right away. And that's because Frank you know the the problem in a three man booth. is at Two guys are sharing job Alice job as the play by play man was You know his remained the same but when you have to analysts you you're sharing job and you have to The only way it ever works if neither one of you Ah is selfish and neither one of you is so interested in advancing your own. 'cause that you're just gonna You're you're you're just gonna step on the other guy and thankfully frank was very gracious to me when we started working together and it was just a natural. It was a natural fit. We never stepped on each other. We never crowded each other out it. for me. It was effortless. I love the fact that you were tight and friendly with jack buck in you and joe are great friends. And i'm trying to recall. Would you jack ever done any games together. On radio or otherwise. I'm guessing nineteen i look. Nineteen eighty-three was my last year of playing for the cardinals in nineteen eighty-four. I did. I had an offer to go to work it. Nbc tv. but instead i did the university missouri With bill wilkerson. And sometimes john rooney. I did the cardinals with jack. Buck jack buck. And i were. Actually he had just left the The the pre-game show that he did At.

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"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Went, and I think you know the definition company football. That doesn't mean running. Keep your defense off the field. It's you know, you got to be able to play today to the to the even flow of the football game. McCarthy say What? What, exactly? I don't know what he was talking about, either. I've got five take away from last night's game. Other than you know, I was one of the takeaways. Takeaway number one. The NFL is awesome. It was just a different night in my house right every night. Go home. Make sure the kids do their homework makes them dinner. Hang out with the wife different watching the NFL as part of that experience, what a great football game to start the season. Take away Number two and diesel time to Celestino at the cell, CBS executive producer of the show, not a big gamble. We're gonna We're gonna pull them in like the Godfather. Every time he tries to get out, we're going to get them in a little sports gambling. Always. I forgot this. Always fade. The public The other Bay opened as a 6.5 point favorite. That line moved to nine. Tom By the time I got my brother in the line, we do the send our gambling syndicate together, So we got lucky. I should have been Dallas. I want to bet Tampa Bay at 7.5. And we just didn't bet at all, because it got to nine always always fade. The public They don't know they're talking about Take away number three. Tom Brady is still Tom Brady. And it is it is. It's such a cliche now. It's such a broken record, and I'm trying not to lose my awe of the fact that this guy in his mid forties Continues to not just be awesome, but to be extraordinarily reliable and absolute. In the moments that matter, most The Cowboys played a really good football game. And they had the opportunity to win that game and Tom Brady two minute drill comes on the field. Puts his team in a position to win the game. And if you watch the end of the game you saw Really wisely in field goal range is three plays where you threw the ball out of bounds. The left side burn in about nine seconds. Tom Brady is still Tom Brady. And that means Tampa Bay is still the team to beat, at least in the NFC 100%. And then the final take away from me and watching this game. Is. I don't think the Cowboys have presented enough information. For us to be certain about who and what they are. They are a Rorschach test for me. For me. Watching That game does not convince me that Dallas is going to be good this year. It convinces me Dallas is going to be Dallas again. There's going to be these tantalizing bits and maybe that's Dak Prescott. And they're going to underwhelm and I'll go back to last year. Last year. Dak Prescott in the five games that he played before he got hurt was extraordinary. Was a statistical marvel. And they still started the year two and three. They lost the Seattle they lost to a brown seen that turned out to be really good by a field goal. And then those games that they lost and three of the games they lost. They also lost the Jones Deck threw for 461 yards and 481 yards. Last night. Dak was incredible. But you've got to be able to win football games. You have to have a head coach and Mike McCarthy. Who can win in the margins. It certainly doesn't help when you have a field goal kicker who's turning back the equivalent of a touchdown. And really the equivalent of the game. I know I'm supposed to sit here and tell you that I by Dallas. I know I'm supposed to sit here and be like, are they played and I said yesterday, maybe they'll play him tough, and they did. I don't believe in the Cowboys, and I'll own that. If I'm wrong, I might be Did I expect to have an executive producer who's from Jersey? Who, by the way, is wearing his Miami hurricane shirt. Is a Miami fan, which actually works pretty well. I'm pretty sure this wonderful affiliate that I go on all the time, by the way with my guys hot and Crowder. I think that the home of the of the Hurricanes But but Tom's and East Coast guys in New York guy and I'm getting Dallas cowboy gifts like I'm back in College and university, Missouri, where every kid every other kids from Texas. Yeah, I know. I saw I'm watching the game. Thank you for the Dallas Cowboys sparkling gift. That you sent me when? When the Cowboys actually made me root against the Cowboys. You act like you're a Cowboys fan. Did you have money on the Cowboys? You put little shekels down. I did not because, of course, I didn't believe in them that much. But I wanted to remind you that in fact they were playing well. You were getting nine point to kick off. They didn't have to play that well. The cover if you believed in him. Get your money out there. Come on. And Tom Brady is just it. It is amazing to me how good he remains. It's a very Very good rock around which is blamed And he and Antonio Brown does not. Yeah. Bay looked I'm actually awesome. They're just they're going to be awesome. Those are the kind of games you're supposed to lose if you're Tampa Bay, and if you're the Cowboys, those.

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"university missouri" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Don't want the veterinarian coming out there every week to treat all these diseases. I'm the guy who got rid of his ear, bro. Sis. I'm the guy who got rid of most Christmas tree. I'm the guy who got rid of sentiment down syndrome. And you and I are going to be the two guys are going to get rid of all these problems with the, um uh, global warming if they do it if they do it because global warming is caused by nutritional deficiencies. The algae, But you're saying dump fertilizer in the lakes. Yeah. He like to just spread it all over the place or what? Well, see, I like the shallow areas. This is where the algae grows because allergy requires sunlight. Out in the deep part of the lakes, just like Lake Tahoe. The deepest parts of Lake town or, like 1400 ft. Deep Okay, there is no allergy there. The Algiers are all in the shallower portions of the lake all around the shores and everything. And this is why the The, uh the reefs grow in the shallow areas because the algae requires the sunlight to make oxygen for the reef polyps so the repubs can make and maintain. The reef. I'd love to hear some forestry experts listen to you and check in. Maybe they they can react to that. That's that's just fascinating. C C. They're always dealing with a symptom. Just like a medical doctor. You have arthritis. He gives you pain relievers and cortisone prednisone release symptoms and no, I love my doctor and leave everything in my will to my doctor because he relieve my pain after 20 years. But he didn't get rid of the of the arthritis. He just relieve your symptoms. Well, that's what forest fires are or are happening. As for all these foresters, and what they do is they deal with the fire. They don't prevent the, um the the production of too much oxygen. They don't prevent the production of proper nutrients to plants so that they don't Um, provide too much carbon oxide in the air. They have to utilize that carbon dioxide to make fiber and that sort of stuff and so and sugar and carbohydrates and amino acids. But they can't do that without the minerals, the co factors of 20 different nutrients that plants require for photosynthesis. Sounds like we all need it, doesn't it? Well, we all need it. And so, so we need our victory Gardens. We need to be taking her 90 essential nutrients and Again. We have 45 £40 bags of these plant minerals. They actually come from old dead reefs from the ocean. These plant minerals there literally. Billions of years old these plant minerals and we get them from the Himalayan mountains and a Himalayan pink assaults and all that kind of stuff. And this is something that, um people knew a long time ago. They knew that they could take and give people LG and their glider would go away. This is 2000 years ago. I take blue l g. Well, there you go. Uh, it I got it from you. Have you ever heard of the 10 plagues? The Old Testament. Yes. Yeah, Yes. Okay, Well, those are all those are all caused by deficiencies by deficiencies. Exactly. Let me ask you Let me ask you a health question Been they're lining up to talk to you. So I want you to give our audience there. You're Pope your pointers again. They came out with a study a couple days ago that said, to avoid serious heart issues. Take 7000 steps a day. Not 5000, not 10,000. They said. 7000 steps a day will avoid all kinds of hard issues. What do they mean by that? Well, they think that exercise is good for you. I actually have two CDs that everybody needs to listen to. One is exercised without supplementation of suicide. The other one is only did athletes don't lie, okay, And so exercise is a killer. Exercise house are also okay. Well, you burn fuel you produce waste product. You produce carbon dioxide. If you don't have the ability to have enough oxygen and good circulation, your kidneys are working your heart's work and your liver is working. Your lungs are working. You're gonna die. Uh, 500 young athletes have diarrhea here in America from hypertrophy. Cardiomyopathy. Heart disease, Sudden heart death. That young athletes, diapers just keel over. Yeah, Yeah, they just keel over during the workout or after they're working out in the shower. The divisions of a single nutrient Now Dr Milan and I, she with her connections in China. We went to Heilongjiang Province and Keyshawn University. We did 1700 autopsies on kids under the age of 10. Don't go to the viral lab and Juan. Wow, This was Many years ago. And, um The is published in three languages. Okay, And this was the piece of information that the federal judges in the FDA used to force The manufacturer. The baby Farm was informal and similar to put these nutrients and the baby from us. There's only three minerals and the baby farmers you need 60. And that's why babies were dying of sudden death syndrome. They weren't dying. Mothers weren't laying on the baby's, the doctor said. Mothers are laying on the baby's. No. There was a big lie. All those doctors, babies. Are dying from cinema Death syndrome. Because we're being laid on by their mothers. They should go to jail. Okay, because it was a deficiency of a single nutrient, which we forced him to put in there a year and a half later, Big headlines and the Charlotte Observer front page like Third World War. We don't know why. But cinema dense syndrome has vanished in the state of North Carolina. Then, three months later, the ST Louis Post Dispatch came out and said the same thing. Three months later, every newspaper in the world came out and said We don't know why. But the diagnosis of cinema Death syndrome has dropped by 85 to 95% over the world. Now, when you say, though, that exercise is no good for you. Are you saying extreme exercise because a little bit of I would guess is fine, isn't it? Yeah, well, I walked three miles a day charge. I walked. Well, that's exercise. Yeah, I walk. But see, But I've been taking 90th engine nutrients for 74 years. You're getting your 7000 steps in with that, At least. Oh, yeah. I walk one mile in the morning, Say an hour after breakfast, then. Uh, two hours after I do. I'm finishing up my radio every afternoon. It's about 2 30. So I do another mile. And then, um, our after dinner, I do another Mile. I do three miles and, um, of course I take all my supplements. Now, if you ran that three miles. Would that hurt you? As opposed to walking the three miles? No. Because you know when I was in junior high and high school has already gluten free and taking the 90 and junior high high school and university, Missouri. I lettered in football at lettered. I only weighed 100 and £10. It lettered in football. I lettered in Wrestling because, and I mean, we're running all the time climbing up the ropes doing push ups. Every kind of exercising. Think of dumbbells, barbells, you name it, and everybody else is getting injuries and sick. But I wasn't because I was the only one who's gluten free 90. You know, I wasn't eating oatmeal for breakfast. I was being wild rice for breakfast and sweet potatoes for Breck. How did you know that at that age, Okay..

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"university missouri" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Matt Nadal. Now, you know, we always have to when we're talking about money in the market. Talk about the Fed. And we're going to talk about the state of the economy. And actually last week, the Federal Reserve chair of your own pals, words actually helped improve and grow the weeks marketing equity market returns. And in his speech at the Economic Policy Symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Paul confirmed that the U. S. The U. S economy had made some substantial progress. Toward the Fed's maximum employment and price stability, goals goals. Consequently, the Fed is likely to start slowing and eventually stop the bond purchasing that they've been doing. We call that quantitative easing. And just, you know, to ensure a smooth market functioning during the pandemic. They that's one of the reasons they did that. Yeah, that's uh, referred to as tapering. That's what they're talking about. Also, I could see a lot of, uh, at that symposium. I could see a lot of people from Harvard talking like that. A lot of intellectuals. Really? Yeah. Would you say? Are you making fun of people on the East Coast? Goodness, man sounded very, very intellectual. Hey, I went to university, Missouri. Isn't that right up there with Harvard down this team That's the Harvard, the Midwest. So, you know, Pal did offer some assurance that the target range for the federal funds rate, which is one of the Fed's tools for influencing short term interest rates, is going to remain unchanged until and I'm going to quote The economy reaches conditions consistent with maximum employment. And inflation has reached 2% and is on track to moderately exceed 2% for some type..

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"university missouri" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News

Brownfield Ag News

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News

"Grabner with us as always to talk all things. Markets university missouri. Scott brown good afternoon spat afternoon meghan. All right. let's before we get into the couple reports that we have this week. Let's recap what happened this week in the markets Kettle side this week. A live cattle were about fifty cents higher for the week. Those feeder cattle markets running were from studied to three dollars higher this week on the future side. The october live cattle. Futures contract was basically unchanged on the week in the september feeder. Cattle contract was down a dollar twenty five. I think that was doing in to the nineteen percent increase. We saw on september or features this week on the beef side. The choice box leaf price gained eight dollars and fifteen cents per strong ribs and loins this week in in that report on the hawk side gasparotto gilts were down two dollars and twenty five cents on the week. The october lenhoff features contract was up two dollars and fifteen cents on the week and the value lost five dollars and sixty five cents on. What was some pretty good witness bellies. We definitely have been seeing at different sort of trend as we look at at beef imports wholesale values A little bit more so than we have been in. Recent weeks yasser. We're shortly seen that polka-dot value that's been flat Losing some across time in yet that choice box feet prosecutes moving up. You only have to look at these relative to a year ago and see the we have first box beef. That's dollar seventeen above your levels a while. The forecast values only forty. Once i say only is forty one cents above where it was a year ago so much stronger beside that. We've seen of light Certainly showing up countless quickly cider numbers really a little bit of defining the beef and the hong side this week. Yeah that's right Food star on the b side for the week giving august twenty eighth. Usda's estimating around six hundred fifty one thousand head of cattle. That's actually down fourteen thousand more. We were a week ago and down three thousand from where we were a year ago at this time on the house side or run of two point four four four billion head. Sorry million head the right On their such down a thousand from where we were a week ago so almost unchanged but still two hundred nine thousand below where.

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"university missouri" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Was that something that you saw it out or advice to somebody gave you to help for your stamina? And then have you make a chance to be a better football player turned on I mean, talking to the older guys like I talked to, uh, talking to Chris. That's a guy like, you know, you said a lot of success in the game, and, uh, we played the same position, so I talked to him. About what he's doing the off season and I was just supposed to. And I want to go try myself and I've seen improvements with it, Man. I'm not doing that hot, younger stuff, man. I wouldn't do normal yoga. You're kidding me. No, I mean I'm not. I'm banged up too many surgeries can't do it. I won't do it. No, sir. But God bless you guys. I'm my knee might snap in half. If I tried that on my feet would without question. Hey, big, You know, you guys go to the Super Bowl in your rookie year. That doesn't happen. Every year. I mean, Super Bowl journeys. How much have veterans told you? Hey, man, we got to grind that much harder to be able to hoist that Lombardi again. I think it's the everyday things you know the hunger in the locker room and like you said, It was a weird thing and his experience that Uh, I always with terrorists, but I mean, it's just the hunger even been last year. From them coming off the Super Bowl went. It was just m much competition that that much great every day and I see it. I think it's just like the organization itself. That's what it stands for. Nothing because there is the same thing. The same hunger Same driving in like everybody still want to get better and still competition every day that you step on the field. Route quick because because of your improvement that allowed Chris Jones to go more to an edge rusher. How much that you looked at and said, Man, they really have a lot of confidence in me that can really make a step up in year two. Man. I feel like there's a It is more so something that, uh, make you on that ground harder. Because just like, uh, feels like he moved out there. You know, You always got to understand if you don't do your job, right? Then they can bring them back in, you know, right, So it's just something to make you on the ground harder than to let make sure that you are doing everything that they want you to do. I gave you a 10 yard head Start. Could you beat Tyree killing a 40 yard dash? I tell you Let me pay. Oh, well, I'm I need 15 had a boy. Um, I lied. Yeah, like you Just visualize. Hold on. Did you just visualize that in your head like, hang on a second? I had to see him at practice. That seems a good few bottom. Yeah, and not stand. I need 15. Wow. He is Turchynov. Warden nickname Turk, The Chiefs defensive tackle by they hit him on Twitter. One king took under Scoring on his Twitter handle has I cheated on my fears. I broke up with my doubts got engaged with my faith. Now I'm marrying my dreams all about the man from Missouri Science and technology football, representing himself in the NFL. Joining us here aren't Freddie and Fitzsimmons King Turkey With the great work, my friend continued success. Thanks for joining us on ESPN Radio to, uh and we appreciate you bother Kris Russell. We appreciate you hit us on Twitter. Come on, ESPN. And in the end fits ESPN. Same Missouri science and technology used to be called university, Missouri Roller. My grandfather is an alumni proud to see one of our own doing that thing in the NFL. Keep weighing.

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"university missouri" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on Drum History

"Kind of wrap up here. s sure. Yeah we've been in business now. August thirty three seven years and there were full line. Percussion shop Drum set cymbals some stand hardware drums but we also sell out of a hamper cushion at the of mold. The world resolved try drums. Emma ruin cymbals snare drums and things like that which are are you know especially as well Allow that stuff in stock in very good selection and everybody works with us very passionate about drums and will love music and Love drumming so it's always a good reason to go to jump shop in. We appreciate our beds stem for this before and they. They gave. let me admission that. Oh yeah for sure. And it's explorers procession and drums. Yeah yes x. P. l. o. r. e. s. karenin. Yes yeah precaution drums. What's the what's your website. It's actually explores drums dot com and you can tap explores percussion dot com to Dot com awesome. Yeah and you're you know you're a dude who owns a drum shop and twenty twenty one who. I'm sure has been through some tough times over the last year But you know you made it through and interesting times you know. Sure everybody as well but yet been now the summer. All lines cells has definitely helped Pretty diversified shot. We deal with schools and we also do a repairs recovering restoration of drums as well. And that's definitely helped us out debris verse five like that. I'm sure and we do less than us as well. To course lessons during the pandemic was not really get it all his very strange S going on for a while at all. All the teachers be online is you know was born team for almost fourteen minutes that the first year we started going to get back into his about half and half is a lot of parents that like the younger players outdated one but their child in a room with dermer Human that close up and so we still excise mask a little bit right now for customer has a mask and all that good stuff so cool well Then i went to also give a shoutout to mr andrew moore who suggested this episode and got me in touch with us Who west told me is a great drummer. But he's also a great dentist which Is yes issue too. Good things dander Denison staff actually His father made his father. Todd a industry for like fifty years so at the um kc universum missouri urinetown as long as teaching career. The her may betty fifty years at fifty years teachings pretty the big dental school here. That's down your university missouri but Sanders greg grind everybody. I think in for mentioning me mentioned this to you and it's been a great pleasure..

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"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Robert Covington, who I, like is a player had trouble dunking a basketball successfully. And in overtime and in double overtime, because that's how Portland lost Lillard carry them. Both those overtimes literally hit shots to extend the game. And his teammates in those overtimes went one of 14. How does Damian Lillard stay? In Portland, Oregon, and I wanna frame for you. Just how difficult Portland is, is a market to build a winner in And I hope you realize that when I talk about smaller markets, I'm not insulting those cities. I am from two Buche Island. My kids were born in Cannes City, Missouri. I went to the university, Missouri. I'm from the Midwest who lives in Little Rock out of college. I love that part of the country. I root for those teams, but it doesn't change the reality that is hard to recruit players to some of those places. On baseball. Literally. You have to have either a major market or the guys that run the Tampa Bay team in order to have a chance, right? That's that's the fact. When I didn't know until I crossed from being a reporter to being whatever the hell I am now, But sometimes TV and radio do were you actually where I'm soldier with former NBA players? I didn't realize how difficult is to build a winter in Portland. I told this to Tom earlier, Tom Di Benedetto. That when I started to golf with or sitting green rooms with or or or have dinner with a lot of these former athletes to be fair, the gulf was rare. Most time these guys were forced to be around me. I have to sit with this random reporter in a green room for three hours. Yeah, but they're bringing pizza. I'm Bill and I would just pepper these guys with questions. And one of them was what's the least desirable city in the country for you. That's an MBA city and I expected Cleveland or Detroit or San Antonio or Oklahoma City, and I've lived in a couple of those places, so we get not an insult. The answer is Portland. It's far away from things I don't like the weather. It does not, as it was described to me have a thriving black culture. It is just not a place that's appealing to a lot of NBA players. The exit of Damien Lord would be crushing to that organization. The inability to win with Damian Lillard, maybe crushing that organization of the long term. I know he's under contract for awhile, but we've seen that guys are able to force their ways at their way out. They just are And while that is counterintuitive to who Damon is his loyalty, the chip on the shoulder the fact he comes from the Bay. The fact that he was under recruited the fact that he was under drafted the fact that Neil O'Shea, who's the GM drafted him all those things. Line up perfectly. As I understand. Damian Lillard and those people around the MBA understand Damian Lillard with what motivates him, and that is loyalty and not doing it the easy way. But and it's a really big but The guy wants to win. The guy is a winner. The guy's entire worldview about basketball is predicated on the idea that nobody can tell him now that he can do it. He's up on his music career. I don't know about. You won't judge you. But I was while the skeptical when I heard Damian Lillard Wanna be a rapper. Rolled my eyes. I'm sure I shrugged my and he's incredibly talented and be fair. Be fair Shack didn't exactly blaze a trail there, right like that. Was it for just being completely honest. He didn't Lillard doesn't care what the limitations are. What I are you think as it relates to what he can or can't do. That doesn't mean that he's clueless. It doesn't mean he can't see the forest for the trees. The fact of the matter is that that game last night is the ultimate reminder. You could see it, at least for me the first time I can remember on his body language and looks he gave Damian Lillard. Maybe come to the conclusion. I can't win here. Even lowered a shot the Rockets at a serious he literally broke up the thunders. Paul George Russell Westbrook team literally hit a ridiculous shot. Remember the shot. Everybody went crazy and credit Howard back who will have on the show later in the week from from Sports Illustrated, who wrote this in a really interesting piece about Lillard's early early high school. Assigned to be great, but I've forgotten this and how it reminded me in this piece. One little hit that shot that broke up the thunder. Everybody went crazy except for Lillard. Was calm. He expected it. It was 100%. What was supposed to happen. Last night's the first time that I saw Damon look not doubt himself, but down where he is. Got hit. Two incredible shots scored. 55 points dish the ball. And still couldn't get it done. I'm not sure I'm trying to direct my brain for the time that I've seen a performance in the embassy. That impressive by an individual in which individuals are supposed to define who wins and loses. In which that that guy's team lost. There's some baseball examples I could certainly go to and pitching duels and World Series. You really want to stretch the imagination? I suppose Mahomes against Brady a couple years ago in Arrowhead in the championship game, But it's different, right? Because you can tell yourself I told myself That and I think it's true. What decided that game wasn't the chief's ring complete? I didn't have it just It was heads and the tails or tails instead of heads, right? There is no similar excuse here. Damian Lillard was the only guy literally the only guy that showed up in both overtimes. The only guy who scored their final What 17 points. The rest of the team went one of 14 turned the ball over couldn't dunk were overwhelmed and but the lead by a Denver Nuggets team That's so abdicated any level of effort or courage or willingness to face the limelight last game that local columnists who are relatively calm called them cowards and print. Called them Children in print. Damian Lillard feasts on that kind of weakness. Damian Lillard feast on strong opponents who show a little bit of weakness. Maybe love doesn't respect the Denver Nuggets. Now they're not worthy of respect. That's a different thing. And I think the problem is that having lost to that team, he does not respect. He may not respect his team anymore, either. I don't like the Nixon get him. I'll try to think who could who actually has the package and the thing that sent a bit of a shutter down my spine. The team that actually makes the most sense. Is the Golden State Warriors. Have pieces. They could move..

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"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is unfair and his stupid is what's largely wrong with America. That's where a lot of the toxicity has come. I think in our politics and our conversations Naomi Osaka. And by the way, some Pulitzer Prize winning other people acting like every sports reporter sucks. Every sports reporter hates their life. Every sports reporter some angry dude is miserable. I gotta tell you I got tell you I've been a sport try was a sportswriter for a long time. I wasn't miserable. My life was amazing. Went to games I wrote about sports. I got to work night so I didn't get up in the morning. I work from home. Do these people know what they're talking about your hardest to become a sports writer. Covered professional team. It's the dream. It's a Stop. Not every bad reporter represents all of us. Just like that moron you through that water bottle doesn't represent you. Just like Not every athlete who treats people badly represents all athletes. I talk about Chris Paul lot because I don't like bullies, and I really enjoy just telling that story. But the reality is, even though it's not as interesting is that the vast majority professional athletes Are among the most gracious people that I know. Because I have a very competitive guy. Thanks a lot of them Self control to be a good sport. When I lose in this stupid tennis, Lee good. I plan that I take seriously. Same is true in a play softball. And I can't imagine her bill really sucked against Ryan today and USDA tennis. So you double fault of that game, it would suck. It would suck. It's part of the deal. Mostly athletes. Night encountered are awesome. MBA athletes to me are among our the best athletes in the country to cover The best smaller locker room, so they're more accustomed to being talked to And not to disrespect Major League baseball players who want college educated, But NBA players went to college, and so they dealt with media on a regular basis. Now, so did so. The football players right but again huge locker room you go to University of Missouri, my alma mater, and you play football. Yeah. You're going to talk to me to you guys every now and then. You go to the university, Missouri or any other university to play basketball and you matter, and you're gonna get drafted. Right? You're you're the best guy on the team. You're talking to the media every day. You get good at it. So I know enough to know that Chris Paul doesn't represent everybody when I have an interaction like I do with him. And I wish Naomi Osaka would understand. That paint an entire profession. With this brush of ridicule. In a time when the sick offensive everywhere it doesn't matter what you a spouse, you can espouse any political view you want. You can espouse any pro athlete or anti athlete any pro media or anti media. Unfortunately, you could be racist or anti Semitic or misogynistic. You're going to find a lot of people out there who are going to rally behind you. That's all we do now, right? You break into our tribes. And what a shame that the Osaka the French Open in making the media, the bad guys has leaned into that. I think sometimes it's easy to not want to get involved. Well, there's people on both sides saying, Hey, some of these people are stupid. Sometimes people are wrong. Including people who have won Pulitzer Prizes, and otherwise, I think around the on the right side of a lot of the difficult conversations that we have. Stock is doing a selfish and self absorbed. It's part of her job. It's part of her job. You want to be a world class? Athlete. You wanna make tons of money? And pursue your dream of playing professional sports Famous could be part of the deal. Just it just is I was a Lakers game at Staples Center. Nights ago, not not game for Game three, and I saw one of the Lakers television personalities trying to get into the arena. Any of the mascot. Right, obviously, and two people came up to him and without his permission, hugged him, and they didn't have massive that he didn't know. And I saw his body kind of Titan. And I saw him. Thank them. Thank you for thank you. Thank you and try to get away both so gracious. And it just struck me kind of so glad I'm not famous. I think the most miserable thing on the face of the earth. I really don't understand the people that crave it, But he understands. Is it OK in this pandemic time that some of that a mass comes up and hugs? You got permission? No, I probably I would argue pretty aggressively. It's not But this guy understood that unfortunate that come to the job is these interactions? So do every tennis player who went up there and said more or less of soccer should be talking. They didn't say that when they said, You know, she's got to her. And Give Tommy Irvin Kevin Durant credit. I ran on time not go by the sound again, but They had a water bottle thrown a carry over and they went and they spoke to the media. All of us have our jobs to do. All of us have our obligations and I can't pretend to know exactly what it's like for Osaka if she does have anxiety issues if she does have mental health issues as it relates to a job because I don't have those very lucky. Very, very, very, very fortunate. I am the guy they use to judge people who had anxiety depression when I was, you know, high school and that was wrong. We learned we grow. Having learned and grown. I know a lot of sports writers who have real anxiety. Crippling anxiety. Do you know what happens And I've seen Russell Westbrook belittle these people. I've seen LeBron James belittle these people I've seen.

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"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We've got. It depends of Tom over here. What's doing was to her. Kovacs get a clue that include what to sell for Tom to Celestino, which is great because Tom, who is amazing and helps out of the gym room show has Some of the best radio instincts in the country. And some of the worst MBA takes it comes together in the magic. That is the segment what to sell. Some of the week bum of the week in an hour. We'll do a little yin and yang an hour from now we're gonna We're gonna juxtapose We're gonna have a little balance in the universe will have the moment a week. We're also going to come to the defense of Nikola Yokich, The Denver Nugget Who's going to be the M V P I started last night to really dive into, but I'm sure is the obvious, but just to really look at the data and the numbers and start to reach out to people. They're just There is no contest for the number one spot and some folks out there, including a person I know is trying to Make the case will be the worst M v P and you know whatever history that's What's the word? I'm looking for? Dumb? It's a dump Take and we're just gonna We're gonna bring this thing called facts of the conversation about about an hour from now we'll get in Anthony Davis and his injury yesterday. It's so he really is Humpty Dumpty. I mean, I love the I love the term, but just the point of Humpty Dumpty is he fell off a wall. He broke into a lot of pieces. It wasn't like one big piece that came undone. It was a bunch right? King's men. Jeanie Buss is man. Whatever couldn't put him back together again. And I'm not gonna make fun of someone getting hurt, but you're gonna you're gonna leave. This is these are big games of the Lakers right second part of the back to back tonight against the Trail Blazers and the winner of that game will have the tiebreaker between Portland the Lakers. And that could decide who's the six seed, you know, get to play the best seven series and who's the seven seed? You know, probably gonna play the Warriors in a play in situation. The big game, and Anthony Davis got her pretty early on Lakers got just destroyed by the Clippers and grab grabs his ankle. Grab his ankle. And then told us out of the game. It's back spasms. That's awful. I feel bad for the guy, but that's sort of a Humpty Dumpty thing right? Like I fell, and there's a lot of different pieces there. How's your ankle of my ankle's fine? It's the other piece to the King's man can put that one back together again. This is a real concern for L. A And while l a could get healthy and be the easy favorite, and while the Nets could get healthy and just get, you know, act healthy as a group and be the easy favorites in the East, and there are the betting favorites. I think it's more likely Have the East and the West are something between wide open and highly competitive. We'll get to that. Later in the program. I'm a Cubs fan. The Bears fan, too. I pride myself, and I think it's actually professional training. This wasn't always true. But I I pride myself on being honest, and that's not just in the criticism of the people that need to be criticized. Across the sports that we talk about here. It's also in praise of people that I mean I like personally and that or may not like emotionally and for me, this transition began because I was I went to the university, Missouri. I started my career in Little Rock in the morning, Iowa, not as a sportswriter. I wrote sports stories, but Politics and You know some some Some more serious and some darker things in sports. So I was like all in on the zoo when I got my first full time sports job of the cancer the Star many years ago, I was a pretty Big Missouri fan, and it's hard to overstate the degree to which Missouri fans hate. Kansas fans in the reverse is true. Literally. Norm Stewart, the longtime a zoo coach would refuse to get gasoline in Kansas and Kansas City where my kids were born. I live for a long time is Kansas City, the cancer you're mostly thinking of his cancer, the Missouri But there's a cancer in Kansas and there's suburbs that cross both sides. If you work in Kansas City in downtown Kansas City, you might live in Missouri. You might live in Kansas. So the same thing, basically, but not to Missouri fans. They would literally stop the bus on one side of the border by gas like that's gonna like you're gonna win the old J Hawker war that goes back to the civil war by by by spending your $51 on the right side of the border. But I bought into that. And then I had to write about Kansas and I met Bill Self, and he's just a good dude. He bill Self is a cool guy is a nice guy. And I like him, and I found myself in that championship game where they came back against Memphis, rooting for Kansas and remember texting some Missouri friends, friends. Wanted and talking for months, like literally. And my point is this. I'm not naturally inclined. Vote for Chris Paul. You would think right for on Miami P about I'm almost certainly going to. I can separate my personal interaction with Chris Paul and more to the point my willingness to talk about that. My interaction with Chris Paul aren't unique to me. What's unique is that I'll talk about them were other MBA writers won't do that. It doesn't change the fact that guy's a ridiculous talent and I think he's incredibly valuable. Maybe one of the five most valuable guys In the MBA. And if you didn't know me if I wasn't sort of built this way, based on my career personality, it'd be hard for me to praise Albert Pools is a comes family. What? He went to World Series there. I think three MVPs and hit 420 minutes 425 home runs in his time thing, but that that guy hit 425 home runs. With the Cardinals. Before signing a very long, lucrative deal with the Angels here in Southern California, and the reality is It's been a long time since he's been good. At least since he's been great. Here's a fun fact that I that I saw today over an actual sports. And pools..

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"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Over the Nets that we've talked about Titan that race atop the East. Here's an amazing fact. I love this. The Knicks, the New York next God bless Would host a plea A playoff series of the season ended today. He's and today the Knicks aren't just in the playoffs. Not just in the seven game right there hosting a playoff series. Tom just made I love Face and he shouldn't have yet because I'm going to give the second part of the sentence that feels like where the Knicks have lived for a long time with things go well, but they're also just 2.5 game to the Celtics right now. Would be in the plan tournament who had Jalen Brown Jason Tatum crashed into each other very scary moment. Hey, them seems OK. Jalen Brown may not be The Nuggets beat the Clippers on Saturday. The number three seed by themselves and their nine and one since Jamal Murray went down and you know why, Because of what we told you here on the show. I said this on the show, said it on CBS Sports Age. You had at least one colleague who was thought that was done as it is, as it was explained to me. Michael Porter Jr could instead not the same position. It doesn't matter. Additional this league. It's about offensive output. Michael Porter Jr. Proud product to the University, Missouri and Columbia, Missouri. 25 a half points on 57% shooting over that span over those 10 games. Denver is good. Any of the Lakers were battling toe not be in the play in almost every game. Not only are all but five teams Still fighting for the playoffs only is tanking me become a thing of the past, right? Games matter. They're interesting. They're meaningful. They're exciting. They feel like playoff games. Here are the Lakers. This by LeBron's all angry by the way. Would you like to know the Lakers schedule after they play? They play Denver tonight. It's a big, big game. And and I'll be on CBS Sports HQ late after the game, so probably around Midnight to one a.m. eastern time. And, you know nine p.m. 10 P. M out here on the West Coast. Of Lakers have the Denver Nuggets. And they play the Clippers. And they play the Trail Blazers. And they play the sons. And they play the Knicks. L A could easily go on five over those games. Especially if LeBron can't play or plays when he shouldn't and this is where you get in some real danger because one of the Lakers good, That's why LeBron's all angry This person should be fired. I should, but I get your anger. Because of LeBron's not healthy enough to play and he sits out tonight or he plays. It doesn't go well. And then he sits out against the Clippers and the Lakers lose that one too. He might. Decide to play against Portland or the sons when he shouldn't and you risk aggravating or continuing, extending this level, which he's not 100%. He also said something that I thought was really interesting over the weekend. It's factually true. I think it also signals something think he's. I think he's shaping the narrative and being candid again the way that he shouldn't be, he said. I'm never going to be 100% again in my career and what he would follow up with right what he would say. What guys would tell you is nobody's 100% ever after the first week, and that's true. I can't tell you how many times Have, like been doing TV with former athletes. Oh, my God, I just don't know He's 100. No one got upset, don't you? Don't you? But I think we got you a writer. What I think is really saying Is. I don't think I'm ever going to be 100% of what I tend to be. In March and April, and that he has been a machine and a genius and a head of the science science, not just the physicality off knowing where his body is and making sure it is in the right place physically for these runs in the postseason, and what he's telling you is not. I don't think my body is gonna be 100% like it's never been for 20 years. I think he's telling you, it is going to be different going forward for me physically. And I am dealing with that. He cannot will himself around this ankle injury. You know why it's part of the deal with aging. Part of the way it goes. No, The person who came over the plane should not be fired. It's actually and I didn't like it. I didn't like it when it happened. I don't like change. I am not a fan of change. Have crazy wander lost. I drive different ways to work in different ways Home. I like changes of scenery. I eat it all kinds, different places, But I ordered the exact same thing at three of the restaurants, the exact same thing. What's up, Dude, there's a place called Uncle Bill's Pancake house in Manhattan Beach. I used to eat at five days, five days a week when I went for the first time. And I would just show up and they would just get me a table would sit down. There's bring me my food. Two eggs over easy hash browns and rye toast with like a bottomless thing of coffee. That's not normal. I got it. I am not naturally built for whatever reason, toe like things like the plan tournament. And it's taking me not even the season to realize as with many things involve change. I was wrong and the instant that changes right. It's good for the MBA. It's fun. It's interesting, and it's going to get worse by like this reality is going you know, worse is in better. Better is in worse for people like LeBron because there's gonna be more parity more balance in the years that You're gonna have, you know, it's not really in the mix, not the pelicans. You're gonna have teams. That are really good right that have aspirations. They haven't met but are still convincing themselves they could meet them in the playoffs. 678 c nine C teams who are going to miss the postseason. I mean, not even being the 10. Then you're gonna have nine. Intense. He did you're gonna get in. They're going to be a seven or an eight. These games matter, and there's significant.

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"university missouri" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"university missouri" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"But at the same time, I think that the way the bills play football, it seems to me that you know they love to run a lot of these crossing route concepts of different levels. When you have a threat with it, being in the backfield, working to the outside, you're gonna see him really benefit the passing game, the most Off play action where the defense is moving to one side of the field to try and contain him in the run game, And then maybe he can sneak out the back side of the backfield and bees of that screen, Pele er or maybe a dump off option in those regards this constraint place Matt, are you on on in a specific camp when it comes to drafting running backs at all? Like in round one or just what would be your you're running a team. What would be your philosophy about it? My philosophy would be this build inside out, Get your offense together. And if he's a guy that can tie the offense together and really make it shine and your that you know you're a step or two away, which I think the bills are. And Yeah, go for it around one. If you think this is your guy that can really pose a lot of create a lot of consternation for a defense because of what you have already offensively. I'm not big on the rule of you can't take this got. You can't take this position in this round because that's just you know that, too. That's too tight of a rule. Now, if you're a team that's rebuilding. You know, like, if you're the New York Jets, and you have lots of problems along your offensive line, you gotta dress that first before you start looking at some of these skill players who depend on your linemen for help. So for me the builder in a position where could they wait a little bit and get great value. I think they could now same time. The guys that they picked, I think are Martin back Good back. But the fact that they they're still looking at another back as a possibility. Kind of tells you the answer here that you know they need that one guy if they can get it in, you know things get their offense in a situation where That big play element is a constant threat. You know, in the run game. It's only going to help Josh Allen out more. And you saw what we all saw What Alan did last year and what this offense could do, so I think it's a good time to make that choice. If you think that you're building on your strength, and if your strength is your offense You're going to build on that strength. I like that idea, especially when you're only you were only a couple games away from the Super Bowl of parents. Mm hmm. Matt Waldman With us on the west, Her hotline might show up and the bulldog here on W gr So moving away from the bills. Matt the just read Stephen Ruiz and this is the sentiment. The overall sentiment of who I'm reading. What is San Francisco thinking? At three. If they're if they're going to land on Mack Jones, now you are a little bit. Closer to I get it, Then others. Some are downright militant about this this possibility. How do you feel about Jones like it? Is Jones being slighted? In sort of the public discussion. I think so. Yes, and I tend to be clear if they pick Trey Lance, I think that would be the best of Raul pick for them. But that's my my favorite guy below Florence, but that Jones is third on my board, and he and Justin Fields are essentially tied. He's just Jones. Great out just slightly better. But when you the thing is is that I think most media people And most people who are non evaluators who study the game and on tons of respect for what they do. They tend to overvalue athletic ability. When you go to the NFL, top 100 even look at players and when they're when they're talking about him on TV. What you here not, you know, eight times out of 10. It's you so bad. He's so strong, so agile so big, you know, and it Z, never a breakdown of like what he does. Technically, you're conceptually unless it's like, you know. Six time all pro player that they interview and he's like he poses problems schematically because of the combination of these different things. So even players overvalue athletic ability. It's easier to stout athletic ability and say, Well, the conceptual ability will get better than it is to look at a guy who's got a dad bod like Mack Jones relatives of some of these other athletes. You have good conceptual skills, but they can't tell you whether those conceptual skills will get better. Well, I'll tell you that I think they can, because when you look at the offense Of how he plays. People overstate all these receivers that he played with. And when you look at the tape, you see tight window throws you see the in rhythm 3rd and 4th 3 throws under pressure you see in pre empting Um, pressure by being able to move out at the right time and create space and throw he can throw outside the pocket on the move. He people I've compared him earlier on. So like maybe eight Better version of Kirk cousins and a couple miles down the road from Tom Brady. But those guys are kind of task oriented and how they do things. They kind of need a very specific Les bee and have tons of experience of looking at things to create. It's really more contingency plans than creation. Peyton Manning's more of a pocket guy who created at the top of the scale, and I think Mack Jones is a little bit more on that end of the of the spectrum. He's more of Mark Scofield would call him a chef than a baker in terms of how he creates and And I think that this is a guy who throws receivers open knows how to do that reads the leverage of defenders takes up it makes the correct throws. Watching against University, Missouri and Nick Bolt might be one of the best hitters in the college game, and he just he stared down that locomotive toe throw a touchdown on a route that required patients. He has it all to me from what you want from the pocket and has enough arm strength to throw the ball. 45 55 yards on D can make most of the throws. You're looking for the throat that he can't or maybe 1 to 2 different types of throws that because of the way he manages the game, attacks the field and reads defenses and handles cut on the pocket. You probably won't be exposed situations where defense is make him do that all that often. And so, you know, the 40. Niners air feel like they're in a playoff window, and they work Super Bowl just two years ago. If they feel like that they have the goods, and they certainly have the offensive line to do it..

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"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"university missouri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We're not a country It's probably Country Club in L A or New York. You know? The Ritz Carlton. The real one in London. Just chilling. I don't know what you know what company they keep. But it's the same. It's the same concept. You know when I was a cancer, the newspaper reporter I believe this one of the overarching reasons that That that market for a long time underachieved is because none of its owners lived in that town. Pride does push people who own teams to try and be successful. Like you go too far. Does anyone doubt that Jerry Jones wants to win? No, of course he doesn't Is that he's so committed that he's overbearing. He gets too involved. I understand the pride of going after urban Meyer and I understand that that This conversation I'm having with you taken out of context could be wrong. That's fine. Oh, here. But he hasn't done. It literally just hasn't done anything in the NFL level to convince you it's gonna work. It is really hard for quarterbacks to transition to the NFL and have certain success. And if you want to believe there's been a couple exceptions this century and we can throw if you wanna throw Peyton Manning of the conversations they played, the majority was clear in this century, we conclude Who are the sure things at one. Peyton Manning. All right, Um, Andrew luck. Sure, although he left so it's an interesting question is to what you know. How did that It was hurt a lot. And Trevor Laurence, Okay? I don't buy a sure thing Cube College to NFL. I don't believe in it. But let's just say that I'm wrong on those three guys were sure things How many coaches are there? Of all the guys that of coach in college football the century? How many were sure things the transition as equal success stories. Zero. The answer to the question, by the way. Zero Saving couldn't and didn't do it. And you know about saving one of the Dolphins wrong Place jacks or better job. But it's also true. That Nick Saban couldn't relate to. Those guys couldn't connect with those guys, his style, his approach everything he had learned of the college level and how to manage people didn't work at the NFL level. It's not like I think Pete Carroll's not the right comparison. Does. Pete Carroll was an NFL coach who went to fail? Went to college succeeded, then went back to the NFL, but Pete Carroll does have that all shocks West Coast. You know, probably fake. Hippie charm. The real thing. Urban Meyer in Mr Chill, right? We're not gonna win you over with his relatability and his ability to connect with you. I'm skeptical. I'm really, really skeptical. Harden in the right situation, Superstar. You really believe the right situation is with Kevin Durant carrier. I mean, I don't Urban Meyer in the right situation, Superstar. You name almost any college program in America, and I think Urban America win a national championship there. Not just Notre Dame. Take him to send my alma mater, the university, Missouri. I'm serious. Say, Let's say Kirk parents retires because he's made $600 or whatever the hell it is for the universe of Iowa women. You know, ST James here, whatever he does. It's hard to recruit Iowa. I think urban could do it. Me wouldn't go Iowa. Let's say urban, just for the hell of it Wanted to go to Nebraska. Just see if he could be Tom Osborne again in the modern. Yes, he could. I don't think it's gonna work at the NFL level is that all they get certain 855 to 1 to four. CBS is the phone number. Give us a call. We'll keep talking little Urban Meyer will talk some NFL playoffs and I want to circle could have done this yet. I want to get into the big MBA blockbuster four way trade that sent hard into the Nets and talk about why it's so good for Indianapolis and Houston next on CBS Sports Radio. One of your dressing with.

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Interview with Carl Robinson live from Project Voice

The Voice Tech Podcast

05:46 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Carl Robinson live from Project Voice

"What are you noticing? What are some common themes that you're hearing show so? I'm asking the questions of the people that I've been into seventy now since I've been here. One of them is that agencies are noticing. Their clients are moving from proof of concept projects from come from the budget just to prove the point that voices thing and that can help them through to that full budget. So I think there's definitely a movement now there's optimism and the projects in the APPS that people are building are becoming more complicated more integrated into the systems of the business. So that's positive. People are paying for full voice apps. But there's still uncertainty around discover ability so clearly the the model that people are transplanted from mobile into voice isn't working as as hoping there isn't a great APP store so that's an open question. And people have got different ways of tackling. I think the model and these component marketplaces that envisioning a future. That isn't individual APPS. They're more components that you can revenue from developers can revenue from by having them integrated into a larger experience. There isn't direct invocations to these APPs. I think that's really exciting but could be one way. That voices improved another way or these cross. Go Promotions or being able to invoke some fancy from one school to another but definitely. I think that these smart speakers are very intermediate technology. Voices got way more potential than a smart speaker fixed object on the desk. We can talk about some of the predictions between the space. I think you know what get excited about is every person I've talked to. So many NE- shes when you're talking about education or you're talking about cars or you're talking about fitness and everybody's got this need and they're figuring out how to use voice in a way that works for them and to me. That's really exciting. You know it just becomes more clear as a use case of what you can be doing really well joyce straight if you start to look a little bit broader and you realize how many people are working. Invoice is incredible. I mean I could do a podcast episode every week on a different subject. I never run out. We can add. It's true so you were saying one of the things you wanted to talk about with some predictions you have for twenty twenty you again because you have an interesting background. So you're working voice kind of development side but then you're also talking to so many people are getting a lot of information so when you're thinking about those things as a whole what are some of your thoughts for what voices GonNa Bring in the future. We'll I think a lot more people are going to be interested in learning the voice calls and I'm seeing evidence of that everywhere so does really fast. Growing interest seen voice developers purchasing utilize skills causes on my site that people are going through the very affordable that ten bucks to learn the basic skills of owning an APP. There is compensation designers that purchasing compensation design courses. Robo copy again. There's Lincoln for that and there's no copies great. Had Him on the show have you. We'll we'll we'll post sooner. Maybe I don't know when this will pose. Yeah he's doing great. Thanks for that space. And it's a serious cause. These are not because you can do in an evening. These are serious commitments. That people are paying hundreds of dollars for and they're selling so that really gives me hope that people are putting their money down the optimism in the industry and it's worth that time and investment. The other thing is obviously business. People are asking more and more about voice. Now we saw the sound guy and at the end of the last year or something like comments went in there that I did really well. We see the launch voice masters by the Vixen lab. Steve involved with James Porter. They're great people were again. Everybody's so passionate about this education so I think that that helps propel it forward. It does come station yesterday with Zach Gerard from the Puck University Missouri Alexa Club for the students so in literally. They're going on tall. He's got club they build these Alexa APPS and other going on tour light showing them off and getting more people into the fold as one of their own. They have their own APP in the university. Of what you scores. I know what classes are coming up. They all these things. So we're seeing things Levels Ngozi people to the tech showing interest people investing their time learning it. So that's that is a growing trend. I think we're GONNA see more. And more of really positive. Some of them will exciting ones than about the thing. That's most exciting for me. The novel uses the like. You're saying it's so broad so four five of these that I would say that for me. The most exciting festival I would say biometric authentication a second conversation with execute from ideology yesterday such Aku Tak basically at the moment as you know because voice assistance you have to log into them right to get your personal information to get your own APPs to have anything that access your own data you have to link it to your Amazon account or you account. Whatever but with biometrics you could literally walk up to any small speaker or microphone in the world. It's not talking and with zero logging. It who you are. It would grant you access to your data to your impersonal configuration. And if you go and that's really important I think is why because it's conversational interfaces you and I having a conversation now if I wanted to just bring Lexie or Google assistant into the conversation right now and just as a quick question about. What's my calendar softening? I couldn't because I'd have to log into it because it's your smile speaker. I couldn't do that on your phone. I can't just pick up your phone log into your phone. Phones are very private and smarts because at the moment kind of that they have these default open interfaces where I can ask general questions like a question about Google search pedia or something but I can't access my personal is services and as personalization connect your awareness so important for these loss assistance to be able to guess correctly. What your intent is so that is a huge one looking to be more secure as well. Because they've got life check so I've been learning about these multi-modal likeness checks. They can have cameras looking face making sure the or moving lifelike way and then not holding up a photo trickett and the same voice checking that against the database as well as other senses as well as putting all of these inputs together to make sure it's you and you're a real person from consumer side the business side. Everyone's asking about it so that's great to hear we're hearing more

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