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"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:54 min | Last month

"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"What a day it is in Knoxville, Tennessee, the side of the old world's fair right there as we say hello to you. And what an hour we have coming up a couple of young reporters, one of the top college football reporters in the country and the Chancellor at the university of Tennessee. Before we say a lot of our guests, I just saw this not that we sent a lot of time on sports wagering, but some people do. And it just came out that this game here between Alabama and Tennessee has seen the most wagering of any football game this year of this season, including the NFL. So to say this is the biggest game of the year in college football is accurate both from a viewing standpoint and from a wagering standpoint, Alabama started off an 8 and a half point favorite. That is line of slip to 7. The money is on Tennessee. And Josh lane, who we have talked to many times as a member of the UT daily Beacon is joining us. He is now matriculated down the street. To the daily times and maryville and Andrew Peters has slipped into his role. So guys, I feel like you're still a student reporters, even though you're now a professional. It's great to see both of you and Andrew give us the lay of the land on campus as you look at it from where is the daily Beacon right over there? Yeah, you know, kind of like the Florida game. It's just been an insane atmosphere already. People all week of all they've been talking about. I feel bad for professors, because I don't think a lot of work was getting done, especially not the last couple of days. So it's just been a great environment once again, kind of like that Florida game a couple of weeks ago. Yeah, I was driving into campus after I landed this afternoon and it didn't look like anybody was heading to the library. Josh, it's great to see you again. And it's hard to imagine that we've talked to you and your colleagues at the school newspaper over the years. To think about this moment in time. Yeah, absolutely. The success that Tennessee has and now the way that Alabama is looked this year and of late, I don't know, I feel like now more than ever, Tennessee fan will always have that kind of extra optimism or belief in their self but now I feel like it's more grounded in reality. A lot of the words I've heard in class is not optimistic, but confident Tennessee fans, a lot of students, people here on campus, they're actually confident and now that they have not only a chance against Alabama, but to beat them. I think that's the first time in a very, very long time that the balls have been able to say that and actually have anything to back it. And on that subject, Andrew, and I realized we're off the field, whether this impacts the field or not. I happen to think sometimes it does because the same guys that will be playing out there from our afternoon are in these classrooms. They're hearing things, how would you describe the campus away from the football team, but just the students right now who lets be honest, we have gone through a long, extremely long period of torment. Yeah, you know, I think you said to keep it off the field. But I think whenever the football is not going quickly too. Yeah, you know, whenever the football team's good, the basketball team's good baseball team is good. It just kind of gets everybody excited. Kind of brings everybody together. And especially after kind of being online for two and a half, three years, people are kind of coming together once again, being in the classrooms, doing group projects. I think there's kind of a sense of togetherness across the entire campus. Student organizations are back together, people can just kind of be normal college students again. And so I think that's just kind of brings a sense of wholeness. And Andrew, that's a good point because even though we were all back last year, we weren't we weren't completely back. It still felt awkward at times, no matter where you were going. It doesn't feel that way anymore. Yeah, no. It definitely does not. People can eat together again. It just feels like a completely different campus than my first two years here. At Tennessee. Let's talk about the field. And Josh, you've covered this team. You know these players, it seems like it's all about the offense. It seems like most of it starts with hendon hooker. What makes Tennessee so overwhelming? So potent, so powerful right now under Josh Eiffel. Yeah, hinden hooker obviously, I mean, there's not much that hasn't been said about him. I think at the beginning here, when you look at hooker, it was kind of a fun imagination that, yeah, he might be a Heisman candidate now. Well, now, halfway through the season, that's a legitimate thing that could happen. And this might be one of the games if he has a great performance that kind of boosts into that. So it starts with hinden hooker, obviously, but you look at the wide receiver depth at tennis C was said or Tillman who's been out for a couple of weeks for jaylen high at the step of rymel Keaton. All those guys and they're just so fast and explosive. They've been taken advantage of the defenses, some good defense LSU was a solid defense going into that game. And they torched them. So I think it's obviously offense. That's what Josh he pulls calling card is. It's hooker, who's having one of the best years of his career. And that's after he had a really great year last year in Tennessee not losing anything even with Cedric Tillman going out. And Andrew, I really like what you said a minute ago about this campus because we forget because they did not win it all that until that super regional Tennessee baseball. There really wasn't another school playing baseball. Basketball has well established here. But football has nodded, it's lagged, and even while Rick Barnes had a program number one a couple of years ago and obviously the women's basketball program is back. But in terms of the atmosphere, I've heard it described countless times where it's going to be insane. But it seemed like it was insane against Florida, wasn't it? Yeah, yeah, it absolutely was. I don't think it takes a lot for Tennessee fans to get excited. I think that's pretty obvious, but yeah, you know, after a couple of good wins, they get the dominating win week one, and then you get on the road to pit and pick up a huge one there. I think that was kind of enough to get these Tennessee fans bought completely and pipe all comes in has a great year one. And Tennessee fans already bought in. But there are those critics. Who will say, okay, they didn't say it before the Florida game, but they are saying it out in Florida. A bit of a pretender, Tennessee had those momentary lapses, games shouldn't have gotten down to the final player too. Pittsburgh has been exposed. Josh, is that really matter or are there still enough believers in this Tennessee team to think that tomorrow could be the moment that the earth finally shakes? There's certainly enough believers.

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"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:38 min | Last month

"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Has been and we're in the final hour of a program that I am going to remember for a long time for some of the moments and maybe to this moment. Ryan McGee, you see a lot here. Our gridiron guest brought to you by johnsonville Ryan McGee who's often here. The next guest is not here very often on this program. His name is gene roger house. He's been a friend of mine since I was in college. And we wrote a book together and I still can't spell your last name. This is going to seem like the longest tower. It was final hour. Do you food? That was sponsored by food. Yes. Why is there any here? Did you guys meet right over here? This is circle part. I made this mistake. I told Ryan McGill just to Jean worked on my staff at the UT daily Beacon. And I was not a great judge of talent. I didn't think you were going to make it. Either did my mom, so. I need to support your feelings. And there were even more people who didn't think I was going to make it. And look at us now. And here we are. I'm watching you guys on television all the time. Circle park is right there. Behind you. That's where I met my wife. And that's where you guys met. I think that's apropos, as we say. Very romantic. Gene was a football player. And I didn't care for football players. I said, why does a football player want to be a sports writer? He was the only sports editor who didn't like sports. But what I loved about him. Very true, by the way. What I loved about him is, and I'd never met anybody like this before, who he's in college. And by the way, he had long hair. The picture, the one picture that always shows up on the Internet is one of my favorite pictures of all time. But he was not afraid to confront and to ask hard questions and to antagonize and to dig a little bit in the spirit of that's going to be a better story. And I had never met anybody like that before. So you were a revelation well in a way. And I hate to say this because it speaks ill of all the great communication and journalism schools. But the reason I was like that because I wasn't in that communication and journalism school here. I was a liberal arts major, and I didn't know what the rules were. Well, you taught us that there are no rules sometimes. So if only something good would have happened with your career since then. Well, and you're writing books. Yeah. Yeah, it's great. Gene is also responsible for one of my wife's favorite stories. So about 8 or 9 years ago. I end up doing, I don't even know how to describe this. This was a memoir of sorts of ascent to ESPN and the first year. So gene comes out to our House in Birmingham. And we're sitting in the living room and first of all, we have an Australian shepherd. Who unfortunately is now in I was about to say heaven, there's no guarantee on that with this dog. Yes. He was the meanest dog on the face of the earth. And he started, I'll let you pick up the story. So we were sitting in your living room or something, and we're getting ready to do these interviews. And I hear like this thumping behind me, and I'm like, what the hell is this? It was this huge cujo. Dinosaur like dog. Rolling himself at the window to try to get to me. And had somehow he gotten through, there would have been just little bits and pieces of me left. Wow. Bones. But the dog had no but the dog was okay with you? Or would he get mad at you? No, he thought I was somehow. You were an intruder. I get it. Being all the time? He loved me. He loved that like anywhere. You smell that daily Beacon blood. He's like, we're in the same family. Yeah. Wow. You just saw my friend and my college roommate Larry Silverstein. Larry came to stay with us while it says Larry, whatever you don't turn your back on this dog. I told him a hundred times. So there you are. There's Larry. So Larry decides he's going to, he's doing great with the dog. So he gives him some milk. A dog laps up the milk and Larry turns around to come in. Yeah. He grabbed his leg. He had not eaten in a month. They call him one leg Larry. One leg Larry. And there's blood everywhere. Great. But that's not the story. Rest in peace. How old did the dog live? Too mean to die. He was left to be 13. They're right, exactly. Wow. It's one of the few dogs that when he died, the neighborhood cheered. His name was cuddles. Yeah, he's dragged neighbors into heaven. The dog's name was trooper and I named him after trooper Taylor who at the time was at Tennessee. Wow. It was just such a cool thing. So I'm sitting there with Jean. And I know you guys are the guests, but that's not watching this TV show. This is amazing. Genes asking me all these questions. What was it like when you're in college? What was it like? We were doing this. And I finally said, gene, I don't mean to be brewed here. I don't know if you remember this. I said, but I don't really feel comfortable talking about myself.

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"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:10 min | 4 months ago

"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And it is back to school week. Remember when you were younger, some of you loved this week, others said, I can't believe summer's over. Which one do you think I was? Welcome back to the show. And we did this every year. It's really, I think, probably the best thing that we do, because we get to connect with we're really with a lifeblood of the SEC as those of the young people on the college campuses. And we're talking beginning right now with one of those young college reporters. Josh lane, who is the sports editor of the UT daily Beacon of Knoxville. Josh, thanks for being our first guest. We hope all is well. I have a feeling there's a lot of excitement building and buzzing on your campus. How are you? Yeah, I'm doing well, Paul. Thanks for having me. Good time to be here. It is great. We saw it today with the AP poll coming out that the vaults were literally right outside of the top 25 when you consider where this program was a year and a half ago on that dark day when Jeremy Pruitt was fired. It's almost inconceivable to think of what Josh has done describe what it's been like for you as a reporter and a student seeing all of this unfold. Yeah, Paul has been pretty exciting, one of the first things I got to do when I stepped up to the editor position was cover that Pruitt firing right. There's a big paper, big specialist to their. So that was a lot of work, but since then coming in and you do go through the process of a coaching change and coaching hires, there's a lot of work that goes with that, but then this first season last year just so exciting. You hear about the offensive Josh hypo brings in but see you in action and see the steps that hidden hooker and center till when all those guys took really, really exciting, exciting work. Just for me as a student and all my fellow students to experience, but also as a reporter, just a cool thing to experience and to get to cover so I'm excited for where we're going this year. Josh, we were up there late last year and I mean, we know about hypo as the offensive play caller and his offensive prowess. But what really struck me in talking privately to one of the football players was the buy in of him personally and you being a student can understand this better than those of us on the other side. Can you describe what it's like on that campus the relationship? With just students and hypo and especially the players in hypo. Yeah, I mean, everyone that I've heard talked about Josh hyper is raved about him, right? I mean, with Jeremy crew before then he just, I guess it's a personality thing sort of, but he's kind of, I don't know, reserved is maybe the best word for that, but he definitely did not connect with the players and definitely the fan base as much as Josh Harper does a note hybrid was always active on Twitter and just a few minutes ago they landed a recruit and Josh pipe was always tweeting about that. I know fans love that. The players they love playing for him. He's just one of those coaches that brings out the best in those players that really connects with them. So I think just the success helps, of course, but I think it's kind of personality based too a little bit with Josh Eiffel and just just how much he really loves and cares about being here and that's one of the earliest things he said when he was first hired was that Tennessee was such an important college football town. You know he's he knows what he's walking into here and just kind of the way he's able to bring about this program in success. The fans respect that and so I think he reciprocates that. Josh lane, the sports editor of the UT daily Beacon talking to Josh, I know you and some of your colleagues have been breaking down the team and trying to get to where those season would be one in lost. As you try to talk to the people that matter and look at it through your own eyes, what sets this team of heart other than the obvious the quarterback position where do you think the season will be will be determined? Well, offensively, they're running back game right. They lost time on Evans. He transferred out to jabari small, is going to be stepping up there. I think you might, I think he's going to have a good year, right? He come in and he's kind of transformed his body he's picked up a bunch of weight to help himself out, be more versatile as a running bag. And the coaching staff was really talked about him and just the mindset that he's had coming in, knowing that he's the number one guy. That's really helped him out the offensive line. They're returning for their starters, 5 stars from a year ago. So that's very experienced line. The left tackle position is the one that's still open. Probably not going to know who the starter there is for another week or so. But again, offensively, I think there's a lot of experience that are obviously where you guys saw that Cedric toman Lee in the way. But I think if you look at Tennessee's defense and last year, just kind of middle of the road for them. That's the one where I think that's where the season is going to be one and lost to say how you did, right? Cornerback debt, this kind of thin right now, still a lot of questions there up and down the defense. So I think depending on how they play that might determine how far Tennessee's offense goes. Josh, let's talk a little bit about your role and your colleagues role at the UT daily Beacon. It's certainly a great time. And any young person's life, let's talk a little bit about you for a second. What brought you to Tennessee? Well, I've lived here in Knoxville, my whole life. Really, I couldn't imagine going anywhere else other than college, right? I mean, it was the closest one in financially and made the most sense for me, but I mean, I grew up just Tennessee was always a part of me, you know? Being here right outside the college town went to a lot of games and stuff as a kid. I just really couldn't imagine going anywhere else. And so yeah, I'm super happy with how everything's worked out, all the opportunities. I've gone here and kind of how all of Tennessee athletics are trending right now on the right direction. It's really worked out for me to be here at this time. In terms of your own existence, being that the sports editors are really cool position you get to do things that probably the average student can't. You have access. What has that been like, especially for someone who was a fan and grew up around that program and now has an all access pass to see everything that's imaginable. Yeah, it's been pretty good.

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"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You're a student, you're trying to find a craft or perfect a craft, how do you deal with that? I think at the end of the day, I heard some good advice. It's just all about what you value school and the classes are important. And that's how you get a degree. But at the end of the day, experience is experience. And so I want to put as much effort as much time energy into this into my job here at the Beacon as I can because as I mentioned earlier, it is student journalism, but at the end of the day, we want to be respected and treated just as any other journalist. As any other major news, news media company. So it's just that just that idea of putting all my effort into this, just you put in, you get out what you put in. So history like I would a real job because this is what it is at the end of the day. And what I think some people don't understand is you are walking a very fine line, you you're a student. You're not working for an independent entity. The student publications office is part of the university, but you're still having to give honest portrayals of what is happening, especially when you go through something as we all did with the end of Pruitt. I mean, that is a conflicting Odyssey. Yeah, I mean it really is, we are editorial independent. So I think we have a little bit more room than normal, but I know in the past they've had stories they've had they broke news and whatever the case may be and they have faced some backlash from the administration. I forget the building or the organization, but one place won't run ads with us anymore because of whatever store they broke. I don't remember the exact example. It's stuff like that. And I think it goes back to that kind of student aspect of it. But they just don't use the same. But it is a fine line as you can. Yeah, you're independent, but you're the president of the university and the Chancellor are within they could throw a stone and hit your operation. And I think they do pay the light Bill. Yeah, they do. But you know, at the end of the day, news is new. So you have something that happens you got to break it. You can't just look over it just because it's a universities. So I think that's the mindset we have to have is that no matter what happens, we just want to be fair and biased and treated just like any other story we would cover. So at school of paper now is different than maybe it was a couple of years ago or even a million years ago. When you were there? Well, I was there a billion. But it comes out once a week, is that correct? Yes. We have a weekly paper. And I think twice a month we do a special issue, which is a little different just about whatever topic our most recent one we had won about a homecoming. We had one preview in the basketball season. So just kind of those special. What about online? Is it more regular? Yeah. Every day, every story we were right, it goes up online immediately. Just the print papers come out once a week. But everything else goes up online every day. Well, Josh, again, thank you for having me over there today. I'm sure young students had no interest in listening to what somebody may opine about yesteryear, but it was a delight and really a pleasure to come by and meet you and meet all of your colleagues and you're just a phenomenal group of people. I was so impressed with what I saw and heard and I hope you'll come back offer appreciate that Paul thanks for coming. It was great. Josh lane, the sports editor of the UT daily Beacon joining us here. An old rocky top. We're coming right back. You are listening to the Paul find show podcast. We're back we're live in Knoxville, Laura Rutledge joining us shortly. Great conversation. Our sports editor friend Josh and let's take more phone calls at 8 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5 I'm always the last person. John is next in South Carolina. Hey, John. Hello, Paul. How are you? We're great. Thank you. Good. Thanks for taking my call, man. Love your show. Big dog fan down here in Charleston, South Carolina, but it's got to take issue a little something in Tim we're talking about earlier things like week after week, dogs are 9 in that. We're shutting down everybody. We're still not getting credit. We hadn't been tested. So, you know, since we woke up from new touch or not, I mean, Clemson, yeah, Clemson was Clemson. We know how that stand out. So if I could interact with you for one second, you're not getting respect, is that what you said? I mean, I don't know maybe number one team in the country and you're not getting respect. Well, I will know you said earlier we hadn't been tough yet this year. You said we did not the dogs have not been tested. Is it this week we're tested? And then we talk about it Monday. Tell me. Well, let me back up. I thought I thought Clemson was a test at the time. But I would say since Clemson, I can't watch as many games as I can. Maybe I miss one, but it seems like most of them have been pretty much pretty one side. Yeah. Which, by the way, that's not your fault. I mean, that's the fact that you're so good. No, I mean, and it's been a while since we've been like this as dog fans. We've seen 8 and three, 9 and two. For many, many years and I watched TiVo beat up almost every year he was there except for one, which was that, but it seems like each week it's like, oh, Georgia still needs to crib a little something. I don't know. Well, maybe this week. Not that I'm here to offer advice. I wouldn't really care what people say as long as you win. I thought Griffith had a good point. Alabama went through this about 30 years ago that nobody respected them. The entire season only won the national championship. That happens, though, when you're when you're a defensive oriented team I got you. I agree. I agree. But I think this is a different team that the Georgia fans have not seen in many, many years. We've been used to silly penalties and all kinds of other stuff. And I think Kirby's got this team's got their head screwed on right and I think this is the year that we finally get one. Well, 20 years ago, I hate that. Thank you very much, John. Appreciate it. Matt is up next in Texas. Hey, I got right ahead. My brother. I want everybody to go miss game and I got a prediction for you guys to send the gym as well. I'll go over a prediction first. Animal beat on this 45 40 47. That's quite a prediction. And I got one you say to Jim. Jim, my man, miss Cole, you are so much. But a week, the crippled old man, thank you to your show. It's clear to show us past you over because you're too much home to thank you the future. When you're not the future, giving it or a diaper and go work for Fox. You know what? You ain't too bad. Hold on a second. We're Friends, right? The answer is, you let your brother Paul. I mean, is that really a nice thing to say to Jim?.

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"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Young student. Well speaks for itself student. Reporters and editors on college campuses as we go back to school this week. We've been a couple of places in our final stop. This afternoon is in knoxville. And we're joined by josh lane. Who is the sports editor the. Ut daily beacon. Josh thanks so much for being with us Congratulations on that position. And how are you get ready for a fall in knoxville tennessee. Yep all thanks for having me. I'm doing pretty well. We just started back on classes wednesday At a couple you know daily beacon meetings last couple days so we're getting back into the swing of things. It's been fun so far. I'm to let's talk about what's going on At practice and what we know sometimes coaches are helpful. And sometimes they make you guess. The quarterback situation seems to be where we're all is rn. Now in josh. Polls i i Fall what does it look like to you. Yeah we'll so far hypo has been playing cards close to his chest. He is not been willing to give starter yet I kind of the feeling that you know within the program. They've got their deaths chart made out and maybe they've got the top guy but they're not announcing that you get just you know it's hard to imagine that ten days before the first game. They're still undecided but they haven't released anything to the public yet So far i would say joe. Milton is probably been the guy that stood out as far as his size and athleticism. Strong arm that he has. But i've josh typos. Been you know not really willing to name starter yet. So let's let's kinda everybody's waiting on right now. Now coaches are always different about that Considering the opponent is for the first game. I doubt this is just a opinion. It really will make any difference but you guessed it hypo is just type of coach. Doesn't want to give anything away. Or maybe he really doesn't know hard to believe that though. Yeah that's what. I was thinking. I think he's just a coach it doesn't want to give it away on some of his You know assistance to defend coronations. All they've talked about that You know not wanna give away their base defense and also. I think this is kind of a a trait within the coaching staff. But you mentioned their first opponent bowling green. I don't think they're. I think they're gonna be full green regardless of if they have a couple of days for indices quarterback or not so. I think it's just something. That's within hypol- coaching staff this. This willingness to keep keep all the cards Their chest get every advantage that they can trash. Let's talk about this team because it's old news now that so many great players departed L. for elsewhere. I mean we're talking about some of the stalwarts of the last couple of years in knoxville. But how do you think it's gone without having seen him coach game yet other than in the spring. But how do think. It's gone so far for josh apple. Well so far quarterback thing. I would say so far so good for josh hypo At least within the program within the players right The kind of the mentality that some of the players had that they were talking about under jeremy pruitt there at the end was how much of a chore was coming in the practice. It felt like going into work on monday mornings and so far the know. The players had great reviews for josh hypol- In the vibes the culture that they're getting they're in the program. It's a been radically different. So i think everybody loves playing for him. I think he makes it fun. I think he's still. He's still saying disciplined in teaching. But he's got that balanced to where they enjoy it. They love coming in and playing football form. It seems like a certain narratives have have been formulated in one well. Tennessee may not win a lot this year. But it's going to be much more exciting to watch. I know that won't satisfy fans for a long time. But is that a fair description of what we're about to get into. Yeah i i think that's fair because obviously with hypo the thing brings that offense. And that's something that tennessee Been well documented in lacking. So you know just bringing that offense no having some quarterback competition and maybe a starter whenever they name it that you know might play the entire year and might be pretty good. I think that's something that You know something. That fans are excited for now whether not that means. He wins eight games this year. I don't think that's going to happen. I think it's still a work in progress. It's just hypospadias here. So give him time. But i do think that we're going to start seeing that progression in it might even start with you. Know a big. Big offense. Invite next thursday Against bowling green as you look at the schedule. There's certainly some flashpoint games and a lot of colleagues that we talked to here have pointed toward pittsburgh as being a really important game. They're all important. Let's not get caught up in cliches but because it's a good opponent. It's not a great opponents. Alex starting against clemson but pittsburgh is a known team because it really gets difficult after the tennessee tech game. It's at florida at missouri Those look promising sites south carolina probably and then the ole miss alabama kentucky georgia gauntlet. How do you evaluate what what these first couple of games could mean ultimately for the vol's yeah. They're going to be real important for tennessee. Because i mean you mentioned that you got it up there it gets it gets real god thing to the end so you know. Take advantage of bowling green pittsburgh tennessee tech. You know some of these teams. That should be easier. Now you mentioned pittsburgh can be pretty good and you know they're celebrating the johnny majors thing there so you know there might be extra emotion sarah from pitt. But you've got to take advantage of these teams that you think tennessee's got a chance to be that you can't let anything happen a couple years ago when georgia state comes back You can't let anything like that happened. So take advantage of these. You know these first couple of teams because as you mentioned. It's going to get real tough to win games for tennessee there at the end. So you know record. The winds while talking to josh lanes is sports editor of the ut daily bacon. Josh let's just talk about the the attitude. The mood on campus. Were about to see football in just under under two weeks now. The first game on thursday night last year was it was a mess..

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"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"ut daily beacon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Commuter. Another week has a. We are just knocking on the door of the college football season arson games this week in case you were wondering but we will be here the next four hours and appreciate you joining us as well. Let's get some headlines that you may have missed although as we begin the program. We're talking about something that was going going on literally as we went off the air the other night brian harrison testing positive for covert nineteen. We will go live to auburn shortly and try to get an update on his condition and when auburn expects him to return to practice. Nick sabin doing okay and bruce feldman will join us in just a few minutes to tell us how they have figured out the offensive transformation from a team that struggled to score maybe one of the best offenses in the country. Georgia focuses on identity ahead of the season opener a week and a half away. And what about the injury situation. There we will check in on. That and milton shines early in a quarterback battle on rocky top. Who is he. Yeah came from michigan. That's who he is. He is supposed to pretty good and josh hypo really looking. Forward to Getting him in there. of course. there's a virginia tech transfer hooker harrison bailey. of course. The vase lost one of the quarterbacks just the other day and the alliance the sec. ain't worried about no stinking alliance. I didn't say that. Although i thought of it a few times there's none of our guest this afternoon. We'll be talking about this is we are in week zero. Nebraska illinois that's a pretty good game yukon fresno state. You didn't hear me say pretty good game for that one hawaii. Ucla osu fans will be watching that they play ucla. The week after you tap in new mexico state southern utah and san jose state so there are two games on the board. The opening weekend of the season. All american teams are out avenue. You're going to hear his name. Mentioned often. Green from am will heal anderson derek singley. Everybody loves a cornerback from lsu the punter from georgia made it katya to kick her from lsu anti. We'll be busy these next four hours and we hope that you will be sticking around with us. A number of guests. I mentioned feldman joined shortly. And then we're going to spend some time going to campuses this week We'll go to auburn first. And then the reporter from the red and black. This is something. I did many years ago and still have a pretty Matt hayes has not been on a campus and while roman harper. Don't let them tell you but probably the same for him and we'll go to the. Ut daily beacon a newspaper. i know well In my youth thanks for being a part of the program we will take your phone calls of course at eight five five to four to seventy five. It is monday and we are rolling along. Let's get some calls in here and we begin with james. Who's in alabama. Hello james paul. Did you go to coleman this weekend. I did not make it. I was. I was handcuffed to my house. We're not literally. But i couldn't leave disappointed. You didn't make the trip. I watched it I car females on tv. Really what network newsmax. Oh okay so this is not your your normal. Viewing no.

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