17 Burst results for "William Jewell"
"william jewell" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Whether it be Kenny dillingham at Memphis or Joe Laurent and Arizona state and Memphis tosh at Alabama, Matt palace at Sam used to say there's a lot of these guys that we've overlapped. Maybe at different places, but I knew in the back of my mind, if I get the opportunity I want to hire them. And then there's guys like Adrian claim who I didn't work with, but I went against. And I saw his offensive lines. I saw how he recruited this level. And it was really fortunate that I didn't have to go far down my list here at Oregon when I got here because of the support from the administration and the excitement around our program. You know, we were able to attract good coaches because they see what this place is and they understand who I am and what I want a piece together. So that was the fun process, but it wasn't like, hey, you got the job. All right, let's scramble and figure out who we're signing who we're bringing on board. Kenny and I talk ball every off season. Tosh and I do, you know, the professional development for years and getting to coach with him, obviously strengthen that relationship. So it was important to bring people in that I trust that I thought were great, you know, great with relationships in today's day and age, you have to have guys that are great relationship guys and then great teachers, you know, I think those are the things that can change the game for us. Daniel program played in national championship games in 2010 and 2014, obviously the sport has changed a lot since then and we've seen the SEC and just the southeast Clemson really dominate this sport. And at the same time, the PAC 12 hasn't had a team in the playoffs since 2016. What makes you confident that in this climate, a team from the West Coast can still be among those elite teams nationally. Probably it starts for me knowing with what we just did it with in Georgia that there's a lot of West Coast talent on those teams. You know, our team at Georgia. And if we're able to keep that talent home, that's one place where it can start. Being able to play with those guys here at this place and build that brand. I also know the work close and college football is about to become the haves and the have nots. And we're unique in a situation here where we have great support, great backing from a fan base, but also from people that have interest in our program being successful. And when you're able to have that support in the day and age of name image likeness in the day and age of the transport, I think it gives you a chance and people are excited about it. You know, this conference is been reinvigorated right now. And it's exciting to see what it's going to turn out into next year when we get a chance to compete against some of those other teams. Dan, if I told you, for people who maybe don't know your background, you were William Jewell college linebacker in the Midwest, not that long ago, obviously you're 35. If I told you when you were a senior, not too far down the road, you were going to have been on Nick Saban's staff, won a national title as a D.C. for Kirby smart and then got not just a FBS head coaching job, but when you were in college, Oregon was rolling at that point too. What would 21 year old Dan lanning have thought that you would have been able to do all those things? You know, I don't know if I ever dreamed having of having a career that's been as rewarding as my career has been. And I know how fortunate I am to be exactly where I'm at right now. You know, I'm truly blessed. I've been fortunate to know and be around great coaches. And that's been a benefit for me, but I also feel like I created some of that luck in that fortune myself by places I've been and how hard I worked when I got there. One thing for me is every day I see every single day I competed to be the best wherever I was at and the big goal is that led to opportunities down the road when you did that. And I think that's, you know, it's all coming to fruition, you know, firsthand and those experiences are super rewarding, but could I have ever dreamed about it at 21? No, you know, at that point, I certainly thought I could have been a high school coach my entire career and would have been very happy doing that, but it's been a blessing, super special place that I see, you know, exceptional things happening for us down the road. And just to join the journey, it's been a lot of fun for me. One quick follow-up on that. I'm curious, having been at Sam Houston state to go see Longo when he was there and I met some of your colleagues. I remember going to, I forgot where we went for Tex mex for lunch, but definitely a real successful program, but kind of off the beaten path. You go from there to Tuscaloosa, like walk us through when you realize, man, I just got up, not to say that Arizona state wasn't, but that is the big break. So what how did that come about and how were you able to like, all right, I'm here now. Walk us through that kind of transition. You know, I think early in my career, one thing that I really focused on was the opportunity, not the dollar sign, and a lot of people don't realize this, but early on, I didn't make a lot of money in this profession. In fact, you know, it was more like donating money to be in the profession. And it's Sam used to state that was kind of my first break. I was a full-time coach. I was coaching the DBs. We were a very successful team. Got to play North Dakota state in the semifinals..
"william jewell" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple
"From From my j two hundred to my e twenty eight Two of my mossman To my dan. Curry taylor. And i still play that. I'm still playing of cory. Taylor model if i remember correctly i've read before on the dan. Curry signature model tyler. The top is thinner. Actually in the braces are a little thicker. Yes that was that was. Bob's idea was to make the top center and the By a few thousand and the braces and what that produces is a shift in the till analogy Towards the treble. There's plenty of based on our As anybody who's ever tried to play one of them on a you know on a standard microphone will tell you to position. Just right to balance that base of a huge Ring that comes off of that guitar but it also has those mid range and treble Tone in that gives us the ballots and so for me balances volume is important and spo is balanced. And and i think we achieved that with that instrument. Yeah i would agree. The ones i've heard are are very balanced and really cut through the mix really nicely. I still like mine. In fact. I'm still playing the prototype. The bob and i worked on all of those weeks. It isn't it is in wonderful shape. Tim laura lawrence with one of one of the key. People at the taylor. Guitar company in those days has Adjusted and refreshed it and set it up for me. It sounds absolutely fabulous and And bob and i talk on the phone about that guitar every once in a while. What kind of pixie us dan. I had that downed ask you well. i have gone through. I started out with a very light and thin. Pick and then i went to heavy picks and i've tried everything anymore Sort of fender medium is thing and i turn it around a play on the corner of the throw around the corner you know and That seems to to to be the pick of choice anymore. I tried you know it's Unfortunately a tortoise shell picks are wonderful but they're a little bit different brittle and unfortunately a tortoise has to give its wife in order for you to have one so that was sort of unfortunate. And i decided to I evolved into playing with fender mediums. Actually okay you've made a lot of great recordings through the years. And i wanted to ask you in particular one of my favorites When it came out and still is is thunder. And i was going to ask you about that particular recording because that was sort of a departure in a way i would call it flavored more like some of the windham hill records that were coming out back years ago. How they had that record. Come about exactly at that time i was. I was making bluegrass records for a sitter hill records and The windham hill phenomenon. Him along with a kind of music that came to be known as new age music. I believe with the title. Am i right about that yesterday. I believe that's right. That's right. I'm trying to remember all of this this morning after only two cups of coffee. It's three hours earlier out here. So i'm still brushing the sleep Actually i'm i'm wide awake and happy to talk to you but I'm trying to remember way back to some of these events and and the coffee is kicking in. That's really good New age music featured quite a bit of acoustic guitar music and there were some new age guitar. Heroes so Very puff at sugar hill records than i Agree that i should Try my hand at making a new age. Plus picking album and the album called thunder. Ration- is the of that we I work with the billy. husky An amazing engineer at a studio up in oregon and And billion i created this album called thunder ration- which has its all guitar instrumentals. And it's flesh picking and it's melodic but we use a lot of studio effects and Try different arrangements and Did some overdubbed of Multiple guitar tracks and did some of that new agey stuff and yeah i. I'm still like to hear the underrated album Some of the music from that spill into my repertoire play live and so that's where that came from. I really like how you you redid. Lamb rock and you put the the different introduction and conclusion on it there for you got into the head of the tune there. That was really cool mark. Alum lime rock was on that album. That's that's right. Play that tune. I can't play it with all of those different effects but I still play the tune and still sounds nice on the recording. I think it does talk about your influence. I've had some of your instruction types before. And i know you talked a lot about a flamenco influence on your playing and especially in like the dynamics of flamenco players The greatest guitar performance of any kind. That i ever saw was a concert at william jewell college outside of kansas city missouri of qatar player. Whose name was who professional name of gets And i loved flamenco music. It was sort of the next thing. I loved after after bluegrass. And when i heard i i will make oglethorpe clear if i was just.
"william jewell" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple
"Braces are a little thicker. Yes that was that was. Bob's idea was to make the top center and the By a few thousand and the braces and what that produces is a shift in the till analogy Towards the treble. There's plenty of based on our As anybody who's ever tried to play one of them on a you know on a standard microphone will tell you to position. Just right to balance that base of a huge Ring that comes off of that guitar but it also has those mid range and treble Tone in that gives us the ballots and so for me balances volume is important and spo is balanced. And and i think we achieved that with that instrument. Yeah i would agree. The ones i've heard are are very balanced and really cut through the mix really nicely. I still like mine. In fact. I'm still playing the prototype. The bob and i worked on all of those weeks. It isn't it is in wonderful shape. Tim laura lawrence with one of one of the key. People at the taylor. Guitar company in those days has Adjusted and refreshed it and set it up for me. It sounds absolutely fabulous and And bob and i talk on the phone about that guitar every once in a while. What kind of pixie us dan. I had that downed ask you well. i have gone through. I started out with a very light and thin. Pick and then i went to heavy picks and i've tried everything anymore Sort of fender medium is thing and i turn it around a play on the corner of the throw around the corner you know and That seems to to to be the pick of choice anymore. I tried you know it's Unfortunately a tortoise shell picks are wonderful but they're a little bit different brittle and unfortunately a tortoise has to give its wife in order for you to have one so that was sort of unfortunate. And i decided to I evolved into playing with fender mediums. Actually okay you've made a lot of great recordings through the years. And i wanted to ask you in particular one of my favorites When it came out and still is is thunder. And i was going to ask you about that particular recording because that was sort of a departure in a way i would call it flavored more like some of the windham hill records that were coming out back years ago. How they had that record. Come about exactly at that time i was. I was making bluegrass records for a sitter hill records and The windham hill phenomenon. Him along with a kind of music that came to be known as new age music. I believe with the title. Am i right about that yesterday. I believe that's right. That's right. I'm trying to remember all of this this morning after only two cups of coffee. It's three hours earlier out here. So i'm still brushing the sleep Actually i'm i'm wide awake and happy to talk to you but I'm trying to remember way back to some of these events and and the coffee is kicking in. That's really good New age music featured quite a bit of acoustic guitar music and there were some new age guitar. Heroes so Very puff at sugar hill records than i Agree that i should Try my hand at making a new age. Plus picking album and the album called thunder. Ration- is the of that we I work with the billy. husky An amazing engineer at a studio up in oregon and And billion i created this album called thunder ration- which has its all guitar instrumentals. And it's flesh picking and it's melodic but we use a lot of studio effects and Try different arrangements and Did some overdubbed of Multiple guitar tracks and did some of that new agey stuff and yeah i. I'm still like to hear the underrated album Some of the music from that spill into my repertoire play live and so that's where that came from. I really like how you you redid. Lamb rock and you put the the different introduction and conclusion on it there for you got into the head of the tune there. That was really cool mark. Alum lime rock was on that album. That's that's right. Play that tune. I can't play it with all of those different effects but I still play the tune and still sounds nice on the recording. I think it does talk about your influence. I've had some of your instruction types before. And i know you talked a lot about a flamenco influence on your playing and especially in like the dynamics of flamenco players The greatest guitar performance of any kind. That i ever saw was a concert at william jewell college outside of kansas city missouri of qatar player. Whose name was who professional name of gets And i loved flamenco music. It was sort of the next thing. I loved after after bluegrass. And when i heard i i will make oglethorpe clear if i was just.
"william jewell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Have ever gone to war against each other. You could be given exception. Let me Really good exception. I'll give you $400, and we'll go right to bed, most kicking article in political science trying to prove the iron law, the liberal Democratic peace is wrong, but I think it's actually so you can imagine what this means. You can get the world Peace without world Government without World empire without the second coming if countries would become democracies and then lastly adopted leagues, these air is big ideas. And one of them concentrate on is this one. There's lots of stuff to talk about here, but it turns out that for the league fight, it's really that one. That's the heart of it. Okay, So this is what you buy. What you need to know something there about 125 articles in the Versailles Peace Treaty. The 1st 25 are the covenant for the League of Nations. Woodrow Wilson wanted the League of Nations in the peace treaty to end the war with Germany so that they couldn't be. They couldn't be pulled apart. They wanted him intertwined Thegame. This's article Kin. And saying something fundamental. Read it for me. And let me ask you a question. If Ireland rose up against the British Empire and the United States had signed this with the United States have any commitment, external aggression, it would not. American history on C SPAN radio with William Jewell College professor Gerry Armstrong. Okay, but I want you to look at this. This's a extremely controversial part of their psyche Street. It's the shunt. Controversy. It spelled a couple different ways. But both feelings up there just so you can remember shotgun had been an area of China, which Germany had taken over in 18 98. And when German took over it apply the doctrine of extra territoriality. So if a German businessman raped and murdered a Chinese woman, the Chinese police touching only German police operating there, touching Well when World War one began, Japan was now I off Great Britain. So Japan declared war on Germany occupied a bunch of German possessions in the Pacific and then took over the Fronton Peninsula and then at the Versailles peace conference, where Wilson realized for a couple of reasons he needed Japan support for the treaty. So he said to the Japanese. What's it going to take? The Japanese had a great idea. They said. We want one small little thing we want. Racial equality clause in the Versailles peace treaty. We want you to acknowledge that international Asians is no longer for white people exclusively. We want you to start saying from the beginning, and by the way, we would appreciate it if you would make sure when we passed that clause that your Legislature in the state of California knows it. Who says? Yep, we could do this. It takes that part of pretty back in his advisors and Mr President, you can not agree to the racial equality clause because, remember, he's a Democrat. Where is the heart of Democratic support in the Congress? It's in the segregation of South so Woodrow Wilson goes back to Japanese. You know, we need to talk again. I'm not quite sure I can do that. What else you got on your wish list? So we want that. Woodrow Wilson hates what he's about to do because he is going to give an area of China inhabited by Chinese. To Japan in order to keep Japan support for the treaty. This violates the principle of self determination that he's been talking about, but now I want to go by the way I need to tell you one other small part of the story. When this became public, Chinese university students poured out of the universities and protests and something called the May 4th 1919 movement. They were profoundly angry that China was being ripped apart in the Versailles peace treaty after Woodrow Wilson to talk about something Termination. And it's one of the reasons that university students in China today are still honored. Because at that crucial moment they were the light of the national consciousness. Okay, so imagine for just a moment that China goes to war to recover. Shandan remember who lives in Chandan Chinese who's running standard Japanese. If China went to war to recover that territory and United States signed this, But we have any obligations now. United States would be expected to go to war against against China, which has launched a justified war of liberation to recover its own pair. Story and the opponents of league say we've got Wilson, the great moralist has just discovered that attempting to apply universal moral principles to the incredibly complex historical reality of international rations is asking for trouble and they start going around the country saying, Hey, by the way, are you willing to die for Japanese and bureau control of sentiment and the president's moral prestige takes an enormous hit over the shantytown controversy. This's fighting bobble bobble, Falling, said. It's time to realize what's going on here. Oh, he's angry. He's going to strongly opposes pretty evil. Make speech after speech, he says. There's a little bit of men sat in secret conclaves for months. We're not peacemakers. They were war makers there, sowing the seeds of conflict all over the world or what they're doing. Is trying to cover it up by the collective security provisions of the league of Nations. Because what they're really going to Dio is trying to set up a system where if you ever challenge what they want by force, we've all Goto war to try to maintain their imperial ist status quo. Collective security is wrong, and we should pose a tree. So Henry Cabot Lodge goes to work. He tries initially to get amendments to the treaty. But that doesn't work because the moments have to be accepted by every other member of his signed the treaty. So they start talking about a concept called reservations, which is where you sign the treaty. But you make a declaration about how you're going to interpret parts of the pretty and notice what his first reservation is. Hey, Wilson screwed up. We're not obliged to anything in that mess. But then, he says, By the way, let's keep going. Wilson wasn't clear in history. I want to make it clearer. The United States can withdraw from the league of Nations at a moment's notice. Then he says, Oh, and by the way, United States will have exclusive control over its territory. The league of Nations cannot be involved in internal domestic affairs, he says. By the way, Congress has to approve all fun, so you can't get any money for the league of Nations unless we approve, it says by the way. Even if the League of Nations starts disarmament of United States is threatened. We ought to reserve the right to increase our armaments, and then comes the big one. That's going to start the whole fight. This is where almost all of the energy over the league of nations is going to be. What he's gonna do is, say United States assumes no obligations under article 10 You can call article 10 a moral guideline. You can call it a general principle. But what you cannot call it is an enforceable treaty obligation. By the way, he says. My way there's a small constitutional issue. Only the Congress has the right to declare war. You can't use an international treaty to do an end run around Congress is authorities declare war Does this kind of sound like the police action in Korea Debate a few years later, Okay, so then they vote..
"william jewell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Jack. It's Senate will reject a peace treaty and this is how it starts. President Wilson landed back in the United States on about July, the 8th 1919 from his long time in Europe. He goes to York, and then he goes to Washington, D. C. He carries the bound enormous copy of the treaty into the Senate. In fact, he's met by Henry Cabot Lodge. You asked him if he would like help. Carrying that gigantic treaty, and Wilson laughs and says not on your life. Then Wilson gives this speech. The stage is set. The best leader scores has come about by no plan of our conceiving but by the hand of God who has led us into his way we cannot turn back we can on Lee go forward with lifted eyes and fresh and spirit to follow the vision. It was this that we dreamed at our birth America shall show the way the light streams upon the path ahead and nowhere else dare we reject it and break the heart of the world. This from the most accomplice rhetoric shin ever to become president of the United States. And the speech was a dud. It was too high. It was too flowery. But what's really interesting is you're going to see some more here in the New York Times front page coverage of the president's speech. He they give the basics of the speech by you start to see down here, some really interesting opening salvos that are already being waged the new majority leader of the Senate, Henry Cabot Lodge is a don't forget. We have the right to amend this treaty. And we may have to approve it by two thirds vote, but we can amended by majority vote and oh, by the way we Republicans are now the majority because of the elections of 1918. You also see the president greets callers in the special room set aside for the president of United States that the U. S. Capitol 30 Democrats went to see the president. One Republican. It was the first sign that very serious trouble was bring on the fate of the treaty Now to skip ahead here the votes so 100 years ago tonight, and they closed at about 11 P.m.. Washington D C times, So I think we should all stay. So we go for the 4/100 Our vote for a set of reservations by Henry Rabbit Lodge was 41 years. 51 know the two thirds requirement for that number of votes with 61. Then the vote for the treaty with no reservations. As President Wilson himself had proposed. It was 38. Yes, 55. No, it was not. Even close. Then, in March of 20. After four months, they have another debate and another vote. And this time the votes go up, in part because 12 senators are absent. So this find the votes are 49. Yes, 35. No, the requirement to pass the treaty is 56, so it has failed by seven votes. Then they have this special thing where those who were absent. Although they couldn't vote, they could announce what their position would have been. And that's how you wind up with this. 57 announced that had they been there, They would have voted yes or they did vote. Yes, 39 said that they were there and voted no or they would have voted. No, that's the highest But the Senate ever can. The closest tentative ever came to passing the Versailles peace Treaty. Gerry Armstrong of William Jewell College on American History on C Span radio on the U. S Senate rejection of the Treaty of Versailles to end World War one. Now a lot of people say Well, this is a problem. There are group Inside the Senate called the Ear Reconcilable Sze. They said, You couldn't drag us to vote for this treaty with all the horses of the American cavalry. We will not do this. Now. There's a lot of discussion about how many were there. I'm going to be using an estimate that you can see in a couple of different books because the normal you're going to get between 15 and 18. So I'm gonna list 18 and then quote all kinds of fascinating senators. There's fighting, Bob Love, fall it you see. Spear from Washington President Theodore Roosevelt Attorney general and William Howard Taft, secretary of state. Who was an irreconcilable. There was no way in the world. He was going to vote for the treaty. Um, there is a new senator from Illinois McCormick. Now a lot of people say, Well, that's what happened. These people's arm how managed to defeat the treaty. That's the story, And that's not the story at all. One of those irreconcilables is a complicated character. He's our very own. Senator James Read from Kansas City Senator Reed had been in the Senate would be in the Senate for 18 years. He's been the mayor of Kansas City from 1919 0, for when our convention city burned and they rebuilt it through fast of nations and fast work. Um he made very clear he was an irreconcilable. I will not go for this treaty because he was an isolationist. But there's some mills. He was a racist and he was very direct that he was afraid that the league of Nations with its dark skinned people would eventually be ableto out, vote the white skinned people and imposed a new order of racial equality at the international level. I'm not using some of his more incendiary quotes because they are public. Oates laced with Ian word. Now, for some people, the story of James Reed becomes the story of who opposed the treaty. It's provincial ist bigotry, but think of this treaty. That's not a good understanding of what happened here, either. For example, in one of the best books about this fight, Don Milton Cooper's breaking the Heart of the world. We'll take a look at this for just a minute. Ah, lot of people think that cosmopolitans. People who are fluent in four languages have strong experience abroad. Those would be the people most likely to be in favor of the treaty is actually when you started to biographies. The people who were the most cosmopolitan members of the Senate tended to be the most opposed to the treaty. So, for example, this that new senator from McCormick was raised by a father diplomat he used to boast and brag. Bag that he learned to speak French before he learned to speak English. He was very involved with global affairs, but he was opposed to the treaty. This is Senator Knox that Republican who had been president Taft, secretary of the state. He was an irreconcilable, but here's something very interesting. During Senate Bebe, he announced a resolution that we now call the NOx doctrine. That announced that if there were in the future, any threat to the peace of Europe in the United States would regard it a grave matter, consult with friendly governments and consider the possibility of taking military action to deal with it. In other words, he was an irreconcilable but not an isolationist. Now, some people say Well, then, if it's not the story of those year reconcilable who were probably provincial bigots, then surely the story is that American public opinion wasn't ready for this gigantic step of huge stride into a formal commitment to join the security architecture of world politics..
"william jewell" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA
"Professional. Baseball. Mark Share. Everything. We think about we have this Arab stare woods that we have this Asterik next to. So this group of kids twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty, one, are they going to always be measured another four years about whether they peaked or? Didn't peak or what didn't happen you know and and really what you want is the kids have this just having experience that they can treasure is I've done this for twenty years and for Nineteen of it nineteen almost twenty of it it's been normal, and so now I'm trying to figure out how I helped Josh Josh antsy he's going to William Jewell his whole conference they've moved football already spring. you know how birtles going to shatter now he's in the army so he's playing in the fall. Know, listening to how all this is affecting individuals as well as groups of kids and our society. You know I, it is a challenge every day, and again, you want to stay as positive as you can, and and you really wanNA trust everybody but just so many variables that are out there right now you get to you're talking to the kids you're talking to the parents win concussion issues came out a number of years ago. We saw a decline in the number of people that were playing football. Do you see anything in the parents or the kids that say I don't know if I WANNA come back in get into the middle of this corona virus football time. Or is that just not an issue for the kids for the parents we want sports and we want to get our kids seen especially like we just talked about if they're going to the next level but. What does it look like from the parents and the kids as far as buying right now? I have a few outside of Lavallee that I am friends with and I keep in contact right now the ones that contact with me they wanNA play their kids they WANNA play. We've had a lot of inquiries is an example, but our youth program sure you know you still going to hold that we are. You know we're still go forward but from a high school stem I haven't had parents call me and say you know Jeremiah's not gonNA play this year because we're too worried. I have not had every night that we've had our workouts these last two weeks. I have been up from with them and I will tell everyone of my respect at one hundred percent. There's not going to be judgment on bad but i. what do you tell the Kid Church? If he does if his family says, we don't want to go into the school we don't want to be in a building platte valley. Those classes are less than twenty, but then they wanna look me in the eye and they wanna come to practice what how do you deal with that? What kind of rules guidelines our school's GonNa say you have home schoolers already that are staying home you know You Talk About Rules Clark. What are they going to do? How are they gonNA take you know the October count when they set classification. When when you have all this going on what asterix what else can keep going? Up No doubt there's a so many strange things in place right now you bring up the younger kids to troy We have one of our sponsors here on the program is the Greeley bears the popular the pop. Warner. Kids out here five through fourteen year olds know it looks like they're going forward talk about the the under kids the junior high, the the the program in Kersey for the kids coming up is that going forward as if there's nothing new, well, the Middle School is will fall under whatever guidelines at the Dr. Follow Chasa you know the middle. School will but our youth program, which is basically second grade through sixth grade we are having registration on the fourth. excuse me on the fifth we're doing Wednesday on the fifth in on Saturday. The Eighth WE'RE GONNA be playing in association with the Lovling, Youth League cities bill's going to be in it for leptons going to be in millions going to be in it right now, we're trying to figure out how you put out this. This waiver every parent has to understand all of this. We're GONNA do everything we can We're looking at how we we wash down bags, I, we separate kids and youth football. The cap of the teams will be no more than twenty five. So you can't have thirty, thirty, five kids like some of the militant teams have in the past. So we're GONNA be able to do all that parents got this downside. So I mean, we're taking a look at all these, but you have used sports going on everywhere. And that's what we're going to use at this point. We're talking with Troy Hoffman head football coach, plaphol high school about this situation we're going through right here every day. Now you have to still look at your kids you have to look at your your Platte Valley broncos in the eye and say we're playing. You've got you've got to go through every day mentally as if we are playing opening day is there we're going to get it done even if is an even if it isn't when you look into the eyes of the players, are they able to get that done or are they thinking on the outside and we're not gonNA apply. I have no doubt that there's some of that. We're not gonNA play in the back of their minds or even talk in their household but we've been these last two weeks very fortunate. Our school opened up what was our face to a little bit different than a lot of other districts so we were able to get going and we've averaged twenty six to twenty nine kids and I'm taking that and I love it. So what we're doing is all individuals stuff and then we've added pass routes again, you can keep it all under ten kids we're doing. Well with that we are leading were instructing teaching we've. Had about nine freshman. I need about nine more but we've had nine freshman out there. They're trying to get their teeth cut into all this as well, and we're just pushing it right now just like you said is if we're starting August, we're going to prepare like we have to show up with physicals everything done. I'll hand out how much and we'll get started on August and and just follow the rules and just pray that things keep falling in lights. If they come out troy with a with a a mandate that says we are going to play football this year, but it's not going to be until February. What happens between now and then for you guys Sorry. No I mean we kinda talked about it. I would trade it in a way where the kids get ready and they focused on school you have to make those decisions sure and then you get a break and then we would pick them back up. There would probably be some guidelines you know like basketball players can have open gym for six weeks if we start on the tenth so they can't go so we would probably fall into that same line. We won't be able to touch them or do anything we can maybe we can support them and being away room starting in October, but you have to figure all this out. Because by then we're GONNA be watching new rules but I'll tell you what I don't. I whether so unpredictable in February when you practice started thirty and if we don't get out of school until three to fifty five, how do you adjust all of that? So the time of year is going to be an issue. The weather will be an issue, and then again, how many kids will want to participate because I feel every time things get moved, it's going to take that much longer. So we move out two months. It's GonNa, take you four months. We re energize kids participating again it's like two steps back in one forward at that point always, it really feels that way and I don't WanNa fault I I mean who's to blame Arly I just wish that we would. We just need a decision and I think people are just trying to see how they can accommodate so much and Nebraska starting they're starting on August tenth they'll you know I have a friend there and then again I talked to coach door college asked what I was doing their starting August third are there are there high school starting? Yes. So full. Blow Nebraska's on the mark right now everything's the same now Judd Hall at Scottsbluff says they are having meetings because you know what their concern is..
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"When we last left rob kind of telling is that university in apple's men's team or they beat Truman eighty three eighty two you have been with a one point lead under under a minute in my right right right right so yeah I'm toss it to you okay so you would be the eighty one eighty under a minute to go treatment they had the ball they come at a time out will be shot couldn't get it get the rebound call time out sixteen seconds left they come out of the time out to make it better chance try to put up a shot Mr gained ball gets the the rebound kicked out near half court so balls loose Jimmy caring for you Wendy is going for the ball one into a Truman state player they call a loose ball foul five second one okay that was three but I'll write you a ND right so that puts Truman statement don't own a it knocked down both of them Truman state goes up eighty two eighty one was five point seven thank so I did stand around for you would be called time now and like I mentioned there it was a packed talent you know it was senior day hall of fame day a long night they act but how they so it was it was the largest crowd that I've seen ever you in the right the ever the other three hello have you any time now they got to go to like before five thank you down by one they get elected Jimmy king Indianapolis mayor he's the kid on his senior day drives to the guys inside the paint what about all the back board wargames club where we've got well over one the for you in the winter eighty three eighty two anyways it was like if they're a great atmosphere great game but the the first seventeen mimic the bit that it was just back and forth neither team had a lead more than a war you in the finished the first half on a twelve to one they were up by eight at half time like I mentioned I got up by eleven or twelve of us that have Truman came back later the game but you would be fine to wait to get the win at the buzzer and with that you indeed are now nineteen and five year a lever and five in the G. LBC Truman drops to thirteen and forty in the conference sorry I mean if you throw out the entire Stephen coach you had four or five teams in this conference right in and out of the national the two top twenty five this this conference loaded you Indians been in and out of the top twenty five U. S. I at one point you MXL Balamand which you would be upset them when Ballard was number one earlier this year so it's just the you know you indeed they don't make it easy on themselves but they've they've lacked up a couple of big wins and and today was one of them rom content great to talk to you rob you're gonna love this could stand jurors coming up right after you thanks so much for the gun I thank he is the main stage are the basketball coach you Wendy you heard the description so always what you draw up now you're you're up you're you're down worn what was the play so does play a couple years ago for Matt painter thank you very much man I don't think he was glad to give in to your member does green and I have court trying to get Jimmy curling running towards the other end there's a great pass by mark as late them to leave him Sweden kids in rhythm and we put two shooters astuteness corner right so they help you know we could give a ball of the gym you want the ball in his hands and made a great play well contested played you've been injured left and right sides although the play with the other great played with a better place you know by Jimmy knocked I can't take credit the player to make great plays in yeah you know you always say you to use your one is never resonated often duplicated and tonight it was in and and I'm gonna take Matt tomorrow no no no in the work all right so you know this is for the world you go back to the overtime win in Kansas city yes rockers meet William Jewell Quincy and now you've beaten Truman who leads the league to say you're playing well isn't quite an understatement quite for lower plan will because we've just taken over first place and leave we have a we have a point system there we go by although you know they want a couple more days we have the lead but of human we were nice little point system here where it's all about himself out so about proud of my guys in my marriages we we fold news you you to talk to the young man's birthday is back and forth the entire night we can break away you know we thought we had a you know a little either and they came back and it was a great atmosphere and and just have become on the winning is what your kids have a certain resilience stand I mean let's let's be honest they've they've shown it throughout the year and you also have come up big in some of the big games go back to the Bellman winter earlier in the year this is not uncommon for this group and they started last year you know make mention that all the time you know we we didn't we got about silence of the term unless you did make it very disappointed and our guys in the gym a couple days later we had the entire team here in summer school and they made it their mission to be we are today and you know a lot of credit goes to our class and our seniors juror after bargain markers late them Fairbanks smiles word to Mars Sam's and the king of the south Jerry king of those guys you know the date they may do so you know what is so far in and and just really happy that we got lost yes Judy king who doesn't even get a chance to practice most of the time yeah absolutely he goes because they just don't know what his priorities and hit the game winner the only room where you guys weren't veins and any time is a big situational behind you he was a bonus and then you know we were missing of the past couple years were guys come in a little tight game little wonder guard of the team's best player known to basketball if he is going to the young man that wants to guard the team's best player and he wants the ball in his hand you know when god with a bony hand on my give it to you too absolutely exactly so hi merry bill on Thursday on the road and you know there's no let up there's never been lit up in the G. O. B. C. not at all and merry real actually upset as well as yours so that's gonna be on this give me a my heart next week I think that was a one game last year to call also so winning twenty right season game and making postseason and they came into place last year and upset us and our guys don't know about that in fact the the we we probably only watch the game in in a lot of these usually pay goes right that game calls those last year may compose season so maybe we could print for some really thought about the next available for you in the eighty three eighty two over Truman Jimmy king runner at the horn St Gerard always great to talk you stay in your next week thank you about your welcome what brand he was down in Florida watching some racing I tell me what's happening in this duration Daytona tomorrow yeah the second running of the great American race like the five hundred so on the get started down here in Daytona is really the first the the great so then you start the year all right so well on the pole take me through that he's on the pole yeah hello he won the pole last all fine Alex Bogle sorry outside or in a row the guy I know he won his due on Thursday will start their William Byron the twenty four car start fourth in they give me Jonathan who is making his final Daytona five hundred start tomorrow afternoon people roll on so a lot of fire power there at the the top of the grade headphone did you sell the duels did you not I did not do that you'll Friday and do you rate this afternoon but yes a good time down here and my first the and thirty thousand one I know we talked about the war but yeah looking for to pick a good friend of mine Hey went down here between Orlando Daytona the race tomorrow so should be a a good time hope that they get right hello yeah the president of the United States going to be the grand marshal that'll get interesting there's no question I would be a lot of fun now who won the Xfinity Xfinity how about no Greg and I know that makes are gonna bring day in these very happy because that every driver so he got a new purse everything be when day and a good one in Burton was second to none of former driver kept working third friend told reporters how about this I think the whole idea Chris go from Mitchell down south you can hold a day and really up north and when a man of the next sixty days so give them for a couple users in the yeah three hundred miler today in a brand humoral live from Daytona brand get back your go to work have fun winning we'll do it in a couple weeks thanks so much what's included in the price of a ticket to attend an IHSAA athletic.
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"In sixty four to twenty number sixteen Northfield be southward fifty four to twenty nine north for million over Clinton's central forty nine to forty three it was deal ville sixty three try said troll fifty four blue river valley up and try to buy a point to win sectional fifty six the final score there forty two to forty one north central farmers bird beat Bloomfield for the sexual fifty seven title forty to twenty four Bethesda Christian beat Indianapolis riverside seventy three to thirty eight it was number eight Greenwood Christian beating Indianapolis Lou threatened in the sexual fifty nine championship final score eighty two to forty four Jackson delve a win their twelfth street girls basketball sectional championship it was tough though they be Waldron forty two thirty six in sexual number sixty number six lanes real beat new Washington by triple fifty four fifty one in sexual sixty one it was number three Trinity Lutheran beating west Washington forty seven to thirty eight the top team in class one A. remains alive look goatee wind sectional sixty three tonight baby Orleans forty four two thirty two AM to wrap it all up sexual sixty four goes to number nine to come see they beat number ten springs valley tonight fifty three to forty two all of the final scores from all sixty four girls basketball sectional championship N. B. hearings for the regionals next Saturday in find all that information on our Twitter we've posted at all at I. N. D. sports talk with networking in sports I'm rob Connie well done rob gonna the tremendous amount of work well done college basketball University Indianapolis ninety two sixty three winners at William Jewell stand drawer joins me staying.
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"The tremendous amount of work well done college basketball University Indianapolis ninety two sixty three winners at William Jewell stand drawer joins me staying great week for your guys good overtime win on Thursday against rockers solid win tonight very well done for the hands thank you thank you bye bye appreciate your great week for you are a great when it rockers on Thursday night down four points with twenty seven seconds ago took it over time that no one time markers laid them of put his arms back down the stretch scored twenty six second have right played dual mission today your government on Thursday night so that kind of guy ever since yeah yeah I did take a while but at least they got a they got our attention hi you boys well tonight doctors later motorcade knowledge of twenty six on Thursday twenty three July of relate very really well with sixteen six but I was going standpoint I owe it was marketplace but Arnold so what do you do your job we all those guys a thirty six year of from the field and eleven percent you know if this is three point shooting team we talk about it we are we've got those guys pretty well over thirty so total team effort thereby ballroom deacons is tell me a little bit easier now well now you chance to come home plate Quincy on Thursday Truman state on Saturday they're all big at this time you're staying yeah absolutely and we our flight to get to the first place but it helps to read everything is set reports and only the pretty good place right now to skip the caliphate results but at the same time we got to your business this little while at all next week St George basketball coach at the university of Indianapolis greyhounds win at William Jewell ninety two sixty three stand thanks so much for the time good luck next role always good talking thanks so much Pacers lose tonight to the pelicans one six twenty four one seventeen the Pacers Jeremiah Johnson joins a fellow Jeremiah hello Bob are you Hey let me talk about the game the basketball day Indiana it went well you were great too bad I'm sorry Peru lost but one of one what a fun fun day of basketball you all did a fantastic job as usual thank you very much this is the fourth annual basketball they Indiana remember the very first time I heard this idea approaching it was foxsports you Indiana and the Pacers kind of getting together with the I. eight today and then we have this idea to really have a date just about basketball actually to be honest started with foxsports so nor in hockey day Minnesota tomorrow thing and so we kind of I tried to have high school college and pro coverage throughout the day and for the fourth year the only thing is it didn't end well with the Pacers losses you many great moments I spent so much time as a youngster at memorial gym growing up in Peru and actually one of a kind of cloth in my younger days and so I was at a memorial gym about a month ago for the press conference to announce that not able to broadcast the games the day crap while in the navy yelled at a great job with two of those games and Kevin Lee in college have a lot of money to be able to be at bankers life fieldhouse and kind of be in between programming and and to watch my three Tigers on fox working wonders talking within a day yeah buddy all right four in a row the wrong way for the Pacers right now I know what your mind I I do this I'm sorry this is bad radio I'm getting some really good and bad radio Hey all do this break okay okay welcome back talk to Jeremiah Johnson from the Pacers they.
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"Me coach congratulations on the win tonight thanks a lot about you know once nothing better than win a sectional game I'm just telling you what I think I'm already flashing back to the late sixties in Burlington talking about these games and you know you could win tonight I mean it's they've got the bars are sitting right there you get a get a win over wars on Tuesday you got to win those three games so yeah they did it's always tough coming into Friday's game when you have to play that bar game yeah three different games for us this week going back to the Luers game we were down eighteen points after the first quarter and came back and won by seven not tremendous come back for a kid in a great composure the last three quarters full can not hit the panic button and and really execute well against the good we were saying can I different game against missus and I want to get their six four kick back Kaylee Balser who's going to Toledo she had missed a bunch of games in a row with an injury and came back for the first time last Wednesday against Franklin no we're fortunate to be able to come out with the winning on their home floor you know what that is unfortunate because not only do they have the by you gotta go and playing with their place that's in there for now that that is dramatic tough minded group for young ladies that's what they all yeah I would in the end they they really are they done a good job of of of of just having good composer to strong junior group that we have here six of them let them and then led by senior Briana Parker you know it is the second time we played both of these teams of instructional we played Belmont tomorrow night night will be the second time against them as well on and they've got a nice team will have to play very well tell me who steps up in place well for you tonight coach and I were led by junior Kayley filling with twenty one and also junior my eyes shone with sixteen yes all of the effort all right so game plan to more you've already played a team how did you do in your first match up with Belmont yeah I got a my for our place a few weeks ago big conference games and a very familiar with each other and you know would be a battle their strong physical team they play really good defense one of the top defensive teams as far as points per game date you know what to execute well and and get some shock against them this is one where you really truly play position by position in value each one you can't turn it over the little things that you've been working on since the summer come do really fruition in the game like this one on Saturday night yeah exactly the value each possession like you said in school so great you know what I have to be patient against Bob and will have to really defend well on re down well if the other and you know like I said it'll be a battle and and you know our kids are excited to be in the championship game for the first time in three years plan for championship now what you started talking about way back when Eric thorns the coach and nor well sectional number twenty three tonight they meet missus on a wall the final in this one fifty eight fifty five excuse me fifty nine fifty five congratulations best looking it's Belmont tomorrow night thank you Bob thanks so much all of our callers tonight or happy you know that they can just tell they're happy they're excited and they should be because it's tournament time again and I in the sports or hash tag I S. T. on on Twitter stores did pictures videos will send us pictures come on the conversations I have tonight every night or OR participation Indians for stock dot com like us on Facebook if you can Pacers in action as we speak against Toronto basketball day in the end of tomorrow starts is actually has started with this game with the Pacers wrapped up with the pacer game tomorrow night in between we have boys basketball girls basketball a fun fun day be a part of it enjoyed be proud of it because I think it makes us with what makes us uniquely Hoosiers in terms of how we like the game coming up with more basketball the talk about college basketball to moral we already know Wabash is being Allegheny tonight will give you the Paul Hiram scored before the night to get the big match up with all your produ that's a assembly hall and you know throughout the night there will continue to report on the supposedly return of coach tonight we'll see of that works out or not ball state at western Michigan Indiana state Illinois St Milwaukee said are you P. Y. fort Wayne is a Denver so in Indiana and Missouri science and tech you India William Jewell Hjorth west at Michigan tech in the in a I a N. division three ranks Bethel's a grace Bluffton Anderson.
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"Great show the one and only thing and van de even your health that I mean you never write you never call grams probably in high school by now for all I know so you know no I don't know that much I'm glad things are going well number four and three eight Danville flexing their muscles tonight yeah there were you're gonna you know really they did on the defensive end first quarter tonight north fine right now a lot of energy at the end of the first quarter gained a lot of five point lead that is eager twelve go to the second quarter hour however they want to or one three one there and they really made the things happen they outscored the Chargers warranty through to two in the second quarter all right so word Danville deserving of this lofty ranking they ARE they're a very well put together team with some really talented kids well over there now off of both of them before you feel which I'm sure you can appreciate that well you know once yes I I do appreciate it there's no question but yeah you know they they've got a star that's been around for a little while doing a wary averages seventeen today at thirteen and I but tonight Garoppolo wider with forty points will be awarded eighteen point where with thirteen points as I mentioned so we got a lot of guys that can contribute and they've got a lot of ways that a lot of stars and they can really ran up with anyone and and I like to get out Ron and barber got that then really roll on right now long they're going to avoid the quake will be okay will soon I'm sure a lot of people try to avoid the quicker who plays well former Montgomery what I really struggled tonight but press the shawl really stuck out he was the only player in double figures forty four eight people a while and they did you get a lot of contributions from you guys for them but press control really stuck out or a brother Chargers tonight all basically and I did some good thank download will be effectively against against the docking or Gandalf all right so not good news for my for the Lakers tonight okay just so you know okay that is a bad struggling a little bit struggling since you graduated have they not I mean faster here to hear you talk to them you know one when you when you left there was no reason to be a be a part a part of it no they lost is lost to a good nor Davis team tonight bye bye twelfth yeah they they've they actually had a pretty tough stress there they played when he stocked in three times in three weeks which which you know they're they're pretty thank working farm in quite awhile back about a third of it you never go double both losses due the Cloverdale unknowing Bally over there the day to day in there but now back to conference well we go journey okay you get a role and obviously Bloomfield gonna be the favorite in the sectional down there but maybe they can make noise you know you never know the man himself how we have been on the years since he left is still beyond me they have been it's shocking I just I have no I have no idea how we managed to do that so you're from the I. as C. sports network said brandy winner on the call of Danville's sixty nine forty one over north Montgomery Daniels number forty three a it's always great to talk to you thank you my best for the family well there you have the land thanks so much on the day back in the day that was studio producer right there were brand Huber is that was that are coming up we have more basketball to talk about we have college basketball weather's miserable sold him arrive where you are headed please safely drive safely I use that Nebraska to moral produced Maryland Butler at the Paul so there you go there along the road Miami at ball state you I see it are you you are great great strong I'll be doing that game that'll be your noon new started to union of farmers Coliseum watches on ESPN plus I think it is Evansville servicing Missouri state Indiana state hosting Valpo oral Roberts and pretty for Wayne division to play you in the yeah so soul universe Missouri St Louis US size at William Jewell our guys need to get back go on because this is no Sir tough tough stretch for them in in a I a N. division three playing skews me also in division to play when states of burning northwest's Anderson a Boston baffled Goshen cal you met at all of it Nazarene grace at Mount Vernon Nazarene DePaul high west wing OR one hand over frankly Manchester Merion at Huntington Indiana ticket lotus are you cook mode Brescia Carlos stated are you restart you sell them the same rose are you southeast in Cincinnati Christian are you north west corner stretch Transylvania rose almond spring Arbor Saint Francis Taylor Indiana Wesleyan Oakland city of midway trying to Calvin Kenya Wabash Vincent at Lewis and Clark Holy Cross and Johnson and saw Kalamazoo college Ghanem gullible in before had to go to the school board update more basketball coming up after John Herrick with discourse on networking yet as India the sports talk when.
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"At six forty five that is calving current calving good morning a tall order for the boys and purple is it not it is god and any luck and we normally you know I always back this little city T. whenever they go into a match but I got a state Pittsburgh will make her a couple of numbers that should they have not locked and home I get this they have not lost at home in Pittsburgh since late July of last year like four hundred something days stays locked and they lost at home over over ninety nine they they also have never they've only won one playoff game and that was the game last time out this Bob Lilley is their coach she played a lot of defense could be hard to break down in the past one thousand minutes at home they've only allowed two goals acts like the last eleven games are so so thirteen that's hard to score against and their sparring on all on all cylinders offensively they scored seven goals last time out so wow it's gonna be hard for a little city which in our history you don't put a lot of stock in this but in the history has never won a road playoff game while we're talking with Kevin Kern into as the call right here on news radio eight forty WHS tonight starting at six forty five blue city two time defending U. S. all champions at top seeded Pittsburgh tonight in the U. S. cells Eastern Conference playoffs and you know cabin listening you guys on soccer city radio over the years I've heard you drop the name Bob Lilly almost sounds like he sort of the Mike she she ask you have the US cell out of Florida yeah he's he's been around for a while this is the nineteenth year he used to coach up in Rochester in in upstate New York before that team sort of folded but he's a really defensive minded coach and the the scary part is you know he's he's gone through season Tories loud like twelve or fifteen goals through like twenty five thirty games so is that really really stingy but the the scary thing is that he's all he's done all of that this year but now this and he's got his team playing really well often simply so it's it's a case of your strong always run in the back in this year they're strong adopt do they got guys like Niko broken out forwards these are international players that have come in and and they played under bubbly before a lot of these guys on this team and so I he's got this very potent blend of offense the defense then you heard John Aquitaine there's a reason they're number one right conference talking with having turned into as the call Lou city tonight at Pittsburgh starting at six forty five here on news radio eight forty WHAS Kevin I'll ask you this again just days we had into this game how's the health of the team's everybody okay yeah and it is there everybody's back to a hundred percent Pat make man looks like he's ready to go again are right back he thought out a couple of games with a bit of her going injury and and I've said it before it makes John Hackworth job that much trickier you know you you go back to the soul part game a couple weeks ago you've got guys like Richie Ballard George is the fourth that don't normally start getting on to the score sheet and I just make his job that much harder so eight states we I talked to John many times on and off the air about how what what makes his job so great and what makes his job so hard and what makes the job so hard is having to make these kinds of decisions you know you've got so many guys that are just terrific footballers that you have to you know they're healthy scratches you know you only can take eighteen guys with yeah when you got a roster is about twenty four twenty five strong yet difficult decisions to make talking to Kevin Curran was the call blue city tonight on news radio eight forty WHAS in the Eastern Conference playoffs at Pittsburgh cabin shifting briefly to the college game you want to give a big tip of the hat to the twelve during development soccer team they're still undefeated this season after scoring eight one win over William Jewell number ten Indiana we'll try for its fourth straight win tomorrow is a close is out at Michigan state fifteenth ranked Kentucky plays its regular season refinery was his real game tomorrow number twenty Marshall and you'll where the university of Lowell senior night last night a doctor mark in Cindy Lynn stadium is a special group of cardinals yeah it is there and unfortunately they could not feel out with the with the wind eight to wait forces crazy as the gene that yeah you know in in the top three in and it's kind of it's kind of crazy I think if you look around the ACC I don't think it's a bar thing to us so far fetched to say that there have been a bit of a down year and they still got three teams not top five the you see does your fell by the way clocked in at fourteen on the on the on the net and the NC double a pull anything that they're doing this year so tell you about the top fifteen there but they lost last night it was three one and to be quite honest with you have to be cut off with this guy the the Wake Forest they score two relatively quick goals the arts did pull one back in the first half and they looked like they might get back into it in the in the end of the first half there but make force came back out in you about was the second best for most the night they got a third in the second half so they finish up there regular season are with the Los conference play with a lot they get fixed in the in the conference tournament so they will be playing at home pretty sure their opponents and the I think that I think the ticket number yeah the host Virginia Tech yeah a lot of women who are nursing as a host of women I'm sorry yeah the women are hosting so you think it's gonna be George attacked god knows we are they were getting it Jack I think you're right who they're going to and so yeah that'll be the fifth or sixth of November and then they if they will not have to go right back to to Wake Forest didn't employee I'm up in Winston Salem yeah I'm getting out of my name again but you've all done this before you know they won it last year the conference tournament and so wouldn't put it past the callers to to make another run it's because soccer manager absolutely easy enough absolutely Kevin great job a man looking forward to your call tonight you started six forty five here on news radio eight forty WHAS and of course soccer city radio coming up on seven ninety W. K. already at nine o'clock can't think so much money per **** thank god go are you too Kevin Curran who does a great job not only see up late at night with the call gets up early to join us here on news radio eight.
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"Johnson middle bundled. the Indiana Pacers with two games in Mumbai India one yesterday and one today both wins over the Sacramento Kings winning Friday one thirty two to one thirty one and then today one thirty to one oh six in today's game I was a Johnson led the way for the Pacers with seventeen points the Indianapolis Colts as they get ready to play the Kansas City Chiefs tomorrow night they are dealing with a lot of key injuries five calls have been ruled out of tomorrow's game wide receiver Parris Campbell safety Clayton Geathers also safety multi cooker linebacker Darius Leonard and defensive end tai kwon Lewis all ruled out for tomorrow's game against the chiefs division one college football today ninth right Notre Dame no trouble with Bowling Green fifty two to nothing they win twelfth right Penn state all over produce thirty five to seven MidAmerican conference opener for ball state and northern Illinois and it was ball state with the victory twenty seven to twenty the Indiana Hoosiers have a bye week this week FCS action Butler had a seventeen to fourteen lead at half but Stetson overtook them in the second half and won that game thirty two twenty seven South Dakota with a thirty eight to nothing shutout win over Indiana state the operator zero still looking for their first win of the season they fall to Drake today thirty five to six eleven thread you Wendy though they don't have a loss yet they beat William Jewell fifty nine to seven today seven Drake Merion upsets third rate Saint Francis in in a I a play twenty eight to ten for network Indiana sports I'm John Eric..
"william jewell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Welcome back college football today. it was homecoming and hand over and over beach Anderson seventy nothing met the ball joints because congratulations always great to win in front of the alarms it's a beautiful day a lot going on and so it's a big win for you. yeah well we had a great crowd bro going this year and I think the weather helped a lot and we just try to go out there and do our best we're the with eight tackles were out there on the field together each plate of are things that we talked about this weekend got a really great week of practice I thought of the lead defense with special teams while I've been and I get a little that go through a cook rock in the Anderson you done a great job right got better and we want to make sure that we were as Christmas possible to come up there and and and competing from the homecoming crowd five hundred eighty one total yards of offense that that will do. pretty good day in the office right there so I thought I thought no really once we build any really be the to the deep ball well today and and we we have like cracking up in coach weapon goes round a great job of a game plan Brander stand and will make the big catches in just kind of started once we got momentum we get kind of get the ball rolling and and everybody kind of got into the action and one one the one that can go out there to be like that speaking of momentum you won your last four so you're clearly riding a wave of momentum with this team. yeah we are it I think you go back to the the the thing your class what are persecuting glad they were the god the kind of bought into. you have come in and compete and win a championship and they've done a great job leadership of really keep us focused on the task at hand and that that's the next game in front of us and we but I think the coaching staff done a really good job of trying to each week find the mistakes that were making and really try to work does it out at work the Kinks out during practice Monday to Friday and then that's when we talk about it at him when it is Monday through Friday on the practice field and then going out and playing all Saturdays it's just fun your office was efficient three touchdowns in the the first the second and third quarters you mentioned your defense it's hard not to talk about a team that pitches to shut out today. I think the I think my wife told me after the game that was our first show about as the coaching staff here at Hanover so I decided to do it and home coming in I think we had six turnovers and I thought we you know we get really good job of taking away Anderson's run game they got two outstanding running back and really try to make more dimensional there in the first and third quarters and a and a and R. got dumped up there you know we create we don't write for both the interception tip bad and the ball bounced away a little bit today and and we took advantage of it and really try to put our our our office who gets into a single on score every time they had the ball and over celebrates a happy homecoming beating Anderson today Chris skews me mad do you bald great work today for your guys congratulations good luck next weekend. Hey Bob thanks Brigitte everything you do you're welcome thank you Chris gamers Jones is the football coach at the university of Indianapolis the greyhounds go to Williams you'll come back with a fifty nine seven when the greyhounds right number eleven and coach congratulations on the wind thank you very much appreciate it you heard my conversation with man sounds like the same thing efficient all free it's great defense that'll win you a football game yeah you know we we had a hour and a half weather delay a locker room. Hey look really well came out hot. twenty one points bang bang bang and the you know what I can to get everything started. hot stores I mean this is just days this is the ammo for your team. yeah you know were very helpful in the office of the ball and and so we can run it New York could detect a binder and they make a plate so that's where you start that pretty good yeah I'm done her to have a guy like almond Keller hundred twenty four yards and three touchdowns that doesn't hurt you. no he played well today he was ready to play and you know he worked all week and look well you got to go on could you just office simply defensively right now playing at a high level are you not yeah things go well you know what like Matt said you know we get our work done during the week and we keep getting better that's been our focus each week we bring it better we have well you get better you have the a deep team you you have really talented kids in terms of the skilled positions and there aren't too many weaknesses with this group right now no no but if they help the we're we're pretty good I mean it no es in reaching please pretty good we're able to get more he'll play more kids and kids get caught. and you don't we'll be able to use okay down the road so we are getting cheaper because you got to blow out. all right next Saturday back at home in key stadium six o'clock they can on Quincy great to be back home or is no question I'm on the bus right now. in the morning. it'll be good to be hope you're sure Christy versus universe even in apple's fifty nine seven winters over William Jewell Chris thanks for the call have a safe trip thank. so much school birthday coming up we will talk about Notre Dame in Bowling Green after John Erickson school birthday on Indiana sports talk..
"william jewell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Well, as of yesterday in the United States district court eastern district of Kentucky. A lawsuit has been filed nNcholas Sandman and his parents and guardians, by the way. This is the first time this kid had ever gone on a trip just because of his positions about being pro-life in his entire life without his parents and versus the Washington Post a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit. The attorney by the way is somebody known really really well because he was the lawyer for Richard jewel back at the time. And so this thirty eight page suit. We'll go into some of the details here in a second with with Lynnwood is absolutely positively one of the best written lawsuits, most devastating that I've ever read in my life. I know Alan Dershowitz said they have a good case the entire world was guilty of libelling these kids. He says these poor kids seem to be doing exactly the right thing. Then suddenly because their thought to be white privilege kids and suddenly everyone's ganging up on him. Anyway, we bring Lynnwood onto the program. Linden. It's great to have you. I've known you since the Richard jewel case. And I have said on the air many times that that case changed my life. And as a result where so many people in the media rush to judgment on all these high profile cases, I learned to stand back, and wait and go do my own investigations and talk to Zimmerman or talk to the Duke lacrosse kids. For example, these these media companies do this constantly, we'll Sean let me say, it's it's great to speak with you again. I remember well the dark days of nineteen ninety six Atlanta Georgia win another mob. Convene to falsely accused an innocent person. Richard Jewell who was in fact, a hero of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing saving hundreds of innocent lives, and you were without a doubt, the lone voice in the media that push back against the mob stood up for Richard and urged that the public wait until all the facts, William Jewell was deeply indebted in grateful to you, Sean. And I feel the same way. I wish we had a media that would follow your example, and would take calls investigate facts and report accurately show that we would not again have a situation where an innocent person this time a child is falsely attacked vilified and threatened literally portrayed to the world as the face of evil. It was the. Coverage of this and the rush to judgment here. It would have taken maybe ten minutes of research with all of the video evidence that we now know exist for the media not to rush to judgment. Would've taken all that would have needed was go talk to other people other witnesses make some calls is this what happened, and they would have realized instantaneously that the story that they were being fed the narrative they were building was false. As a matter of fact, I'll take it a step further. I don't think nNcholas salmon could have acted any better in this particular case considering the circumstances the amount of discipline that he showed in that moment. Under those circumstances. For a sixteen year old kid is remarkable. Nichols is a remarkable young man, and he conducted himself in a fashion that should have been commended that everyone in the media showing. Here's what happened. The Washington Post the first defendant of many Tecom, the Washington Post couldn't take the time to do even a basic investigation to contact witnesses. They couldn't even take the time to look online and watch the available video that would accurately portrayed what happened on the nineteenth at the National Mall. Why did they not take those fundamental steps? Why did not? And recognized that they were dealing with a minor child. I don't even think they bothered to try to find out his age the reason they did not do that is because they rushed to judgment against nNcholas college, it fit the narrative and agenda of the Washington Post to attack. The president of the United States and in the process, they didn't care that a young boys life would end up being collateral damage. They cared more about the agenda against President Trump, and they cared about a young boy, I want to read from your loss of because it's extraordinarily well written and very powerful is that unlike the post abuse of the profession of journalism plaintiffs do not bring this lawsuit to use the judicial system to further any political agenda. The lawsuit has brought against the post to seek legal redress for it's negligent, reckless malicious attacks on nNcholas which have caused him permanent damage to his life and his reputation the post bullied innocent child with an absolute disregard for the pain and destruction. It's attacks would cause to his life. The post proved itself to be a loud and aggressive bully with a bully pulpit in. This country. Our society is dedicated to the protection of children, regardless of the color of their skin their religious beliefs or the cap they wear but the post did not care about protecting nNcholas to the contrary. The post raced with a reckless disregard of the facts and the truth because in this day in time, there's a premium premium for being first and loudest allowed us media bully the post wanted to lead the charge against this child because he was a pawn in their political war against this political adversary award that is so disconnected and beyond the comprehension of nNcholas that might as well have Ben science fiction. The post must be dealt with the same way every bully is dealt with. And that is hold the bully accountable for its wrongdoing and a manner, which affectively deters the bully from again, bullying other children and a civil lawsuit. Punishment and deterrence is found awarding money damages to the victim and target of this. Fully now in order to fully compensate nNcholas for his damages and to punish deter and teach the post a lesson. It will never forget this action seeks money damages in excess of two hundred and fifty million dollars, which is the amount. Jeff pesos, the world's richest person paid in cash for the post when his company purchased the paper in two thousand thirteen. Wow. Now, I agree with Alan Dershowitz. I think this is a slam dunk case. I, you know, I'm gonna tell you something Richard jewel affected me so much. How old was Richard? When he died. Richard died at age forty four. Why do I believe? Have no evidence to back this up. But having met him interviewed him. Why do I believe the stress the scrutiny the viciousness caused him to die younger men? You believe it shown because it's the truth. I was with Richard from the first few days when the coverage broke loose. I watched Richard suffer. I watched him literally go into isolation in his mother's apartment. I watched gain from this amount of weight. I watched first hand and observed the extreme mental distress and terrible stress was placed upon him. And there's no doubt that what he went through and continue to go through. So the next ten almost eleven years contributed to his untimely death of a heart attack at age forty four. That's just one example, Richard jewel is one example. We don't know what's going to be the future for nNcholas Sandman. What we do know now, and I don't want to go into Nicholas's privacy beyond to to say this young boy is suffering severely. Emotional distress and stress. Can you imagine what it feels like to walk along with his fellow students at Covington Catholic schools terrible itself attack, prematurely rushed out pack and condemned him and his fellow students without any investigation whatsoever. You know, watched since since Richard jewel case, Sean I've watched for the next twenty three years ago. I've watched for the last twenty three years how the media has deteriorated in this country. And it has reached the point where it has deteriorated to the point of becoming essentially a political party with an agenda and is willing to vilify a child that is the action of a bully. And I think we correctly described the Washington Post as a bully bully who turned over the megaphone. Nathan Phillips documented liar. A phony war veteran and allowed him to tell the world through the Washington Post a lot about what happened that day. Nobody cupboard. Black. Hebrew, israelites. Nobody I did covered. The fact well you did. Thank you very much. And I did. Berry huge. And and nobody talked about the truth that Nathan Phillips walked over and confronted this group of students and Walt directly into the face of nNcholas. Instead of talking about the actions of the adults which were reprehensible and created instigated the the confrontation. They only wanted to talk about a child who did nothing law did not say one word to Nathan Phillips did not make any gesture toward Nathan Phillips did not tell him or mock him in any way, and yet the media's agenda because he was a white Catholic student wearing a souvenir make America great again tap on his first field trip out of state without his parents. He set the agenda, and that's why they wrote about him and ignored the wrongdoers. They picked on a child they picked on an innocent child and that the act of a bully. Wood the attorney for nNcholas Sandman a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit filed now against the Washington Post. You can stay with us. A while. Then I have so many more questions I want to ask you all of these other mob. So-called news organizations. I've got to believe that their next more importantly, I want to go through a series of instances, not just Richard Jewell or nNcholas salmon where the media's rush to judgment destroyed lives, and they keep doing it with abandonment, and the things that they get away with when they say about public figures, look at the president exhibit A, I could tell you a my life. I have been lied about with regularity. And there's there's really no recourse because as a public figure the standard is so high that they.
"william jewell" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Go. Dive right in. I want to get through first of all this. You know, the right now, by the way, General Motors is escorting people out of their jobs, they're cute farms. Their offices in handcuffs, not handcuffs, but was security guards. Did you know that for real? Well, maybe some goes quit seriously. Has big time today all over it was Michigan, Pennsylvania. I want to say, Illinois, Ohio, Jim laying off some almost four thousand people. I just saw a couple of posts about that where they were saying I've been eighteen years and somebody came up today and said you have to leave right in the middle of a project and one at a time on some did take the project manager out and the employs one at a time was security armed security scored him out of the building and say you're out by. And that's what's going on right now in GM. Now, keep in mind that General Motors after we bailed them out after we bailed them out. We we the taxpayer Bill them that what that really means is they took our tax dollars, and they redistributed the wealth much like communism, socialism, socialism, and they turned GM into a state functionary. I guess what? You'd call a crony, socialism and or state capitalism. Anyway, you get the point GM took the move to China and financed a whole bunch of Chinese propaganda. And they're doing it again. They're getting ready to go to China and Mexico are laying off workers. So you use your own judgment on that one. I'll let you make the call. What you make the decision? Gretchen Whitmer right now just put us into something called the US climate alliance. And I wanna I wanna get to this real quick because with some of the stuff to get to. But what this is. Executive directive to two thousand nineteen slash twelve entered the state into our state and to the US climate alliance. This is a directive by Gretchen Whitmer, the new governor, which is a partisan coalition of governors from nineteen states that are working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions similar to the Paris climate agreement similar to the Paris climate agreement which I just told you in no uncertain terms in complete excruciating detail is nothing more than a move to take money from the United States of America and give it to third world countries. Don't take it from me, go do the homework on your own, and and do the research and you'll see that's exactly what it is these these morons. He's nineteen state governors, and they think we're going to do something to reduce carbon emission this doesn't reduce carbon emissions. Any stretch of the imagination China India and in large part Russia are emitting carbon. Like, there ain't no tomorrow. It's as if there's never been any attempt to clean up any river the air whatsoever to all these nations now. So this is why straight up lie, and you can see that what I just told you about the piece I just told you about and a bunch of other pieces over the new American magazine, get the magazine Pessina Gretchen William Jewell read it anyway, the goal is to reduce greenhouse emissions by twenty six to twenty eight percent. Two thousand five levels by twenty twenty five. No, that's not what the goal is. Gretchen. See these useful idiots. The goal is to completely transform the entire world by the year twenty thirty within twelve years to transform the entire world into a no carbon what so ever society and a global socialist economic system where sovereignties are shredded, and we all have to March to the beat of a sustainable drum. That's what this is about Gretchen, man. I would love for that to be on the show love it. It also attracts reports progress of global community the global community wherever the hell that means inappropriate settings, including when the world gets together for the Paris agreement and helps new and existing policies to reduce carbon pollution and promote clean energy. They're gonna be getting together. Like there's no tomorrow September two thousand nineteen. Are also signed executive order. No. There's more to that. One. This is funny. I I do have to show this paragraph. I wasn't going to. But this is about finding real solutions to clean up our king water. So that every Michigander can bay their kids and give them a glass of water at the dinner table, safely said Gretchen. That's already doable. You don't we need to do Gretchen quite seriously. Write this down get this digression. The water's real clean already. I mean, it's beyond clean. But what we really need to start doing is focusing on infrastructure. We need to start thinking about man all those pipes. We put into truck water to people we need to replace those will all that infrastructure. We did with copper we need to start thinking about fiber optic all of that infrastructure. You've put in place. So that people could get gas lines to their house, we need to replace all that with more sturdy and more durable and more long lasting stuff. That's what we need to do. That's infinitely doable. It's infinitely hard. But it's doable. And that's what we need to do. I don't know why for life me. We're not talking along those lines. Can you're on the edge. Straight story that you just told a clarify. You're talking about how they were removing General Motors employees from their job. Well, I used to work at Ford Motor Company in a Ford research laboratory facility, all salary employees, and this method. You're just describing is not only been common for General Motors last twenty some years, but also common with Ford Motor Company. And I would assume probably. Seconds. Come with everybody that doesn't discount anything. I just said this. That's how it always goes down. Whenever you're asked to leave a job. They don't just say. Okay. Could you get your stuff and get out there? They have to make sure you are escorted out by security because you might take stuff break stuff. Whatever. Absolutely. By the way. I heard a story. It just sounds like a come across like Dallas up. You know, what's new is that they're doing it again? Now. And it's going down right now as we speak in fact, you can see it. I I I wanna say public news free press's covering it. We covered it the other day. Jim's made the call to get rid of four thousand. What white collar workers, I think, and they're gonna move all that stuff to Mexico and China where that right? Oh, absolutely. And it's also very important. Then you know, this, of course, businesses exists to make money for by job. Yeah. And that, but but you also know then let's just stick with GM here. Oh afford as well. But any of them they exist to make money sets that if they don't make money they go out of business. So the bailout was BS tuft about him in the first place. Absolutely. Absolutely. All right. Thanks for the call. Appreciate. Yeah. Anybody that supports that bailout supported crony? Socialism hundred percent, I was crony socialism, and the GM really get bailed out did they know they didn't get bailed out just got a bunch of money to further the crappy thing they were doing in the first place. No, they didn't really not really, no. They may have written a check here and there, but no, no. In terms of payback. They probably should have started producing a way more way more cooler car, durable, long lasting car. They probably should have done. It a lot more efficiently in the United States of America..
"william jewell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Spring Arbor university. There's at Gauchan today. Eighty two to sixty eight I use out these be point park university handily that was one a one to seventy three in Indiana tech, beat Lawrence tech, seventy to fifty seven and division. Two. Southern Indiana be William Jewell college ninety eight to seventy nine Louis, no issues with Indianapolis ninety nine hundred seventy Oakland city. A high scoring affair be Warren Wilson college one twenty six to one zero to lake superior state Purdue north west one one to sixty nine for network, Indiana, sports, eyebrows, Huber. Welcome back. We've got a busy busy half hour coming up high school basketball court in central be Charleston. Fifty four forty one Jimmy coke Meyer joins me on the Saint Vincent sports. The former coach congratulations on the win tonight. Great was a good one. We get a nice bounce back win after. Coming up. Little short inspired Salem team last night. They're good. They played you will to your kids credit as you pointed out came back and played some inspired basketball tonight. Well, we we responded we got down to eleven three start ended up with a fifteen to eleven first quarter lead and got a big effort from you know, two senior guards Joey Wiseman and American University recruit Radley Nellie who who had twenty four and eleven rebounds and now averaging twenty points and ten and a half rebounds on the year. Right. So you're getting that good balance, which has helped you out. You also played some great defense today. Well, we we really been struggling man to man. So we went to his own here about midway through the first quarter. And right. Thank you kinda caught Charlestown off guard a little bit. And and luckily got him back on their heels. And and we played much better than us are linked to our vantage corden central over Charlestown tonight, fifty four forty one Jimmy cope more on the Saint Vincent sports performance hotline, Jamie. Thanks so much for the call have a great week K coach if I could. Say something about our girls team great win tonight afternoon over Floyd Floyd central team. It's really been playing well, and Michael who's been the girls coach, according on time. Now got his three hundred went today who never own horn. But right. It's one of the best ones around and just mud. Most people don't mention, but he's had a heck of a career. And they they pull off a great win today. And I wanted to congratulate that team on the way well said, thanks, Jamie. Have a great week. All right. Thanks coach. We'll see Kristen area joys you from the Indiana. Pacers. Pacers beat the Mavericks one eleven ninety nine Pacers. Celebrating a great day basketball day in Indiana. Chris thanks so much for the call. Good win for the Pacers. And congratulations to the Pacers, the fever and FOX for all the great work today. It was an outstanding day baba. Always glad to be a part of it. The thirty annual and Quinn Buckner. And I also have the opportunity to do the play by play presides Bill. Warren central. The warriors bounce back after their first loss after forty six straight wins last night to warrant central really gave a great performance today and Sean abused sixteen th they're a good team. And this will help them get better down the stretch. But you know, what I said as I looked out on social media on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram and to see the posting all over the state of teams holding up the basketball day, Indiana banner. Oh, yeah. It just shows you that this is really grown into something. And glad we could be a part of it. Pacers win the throwback hickory. Uniforms, beating y'all are our guys from Dallas one eleven ninety nine a very good win. Yeah. They needed that. They needed to bounce back after the loss to Philadelphia on Thursday. They still won seventeen of their last twenty two. And that's why they've got the third best record in the east and the fifth best record in the NBA. So good effort off the bench fifty four points led by democracy bonus. Tyreek Evans was outstanding with nineteen and puts the Pacers in position now to to sweep a back to back because it's the rare rarest of rare tomorrow night, six o'clock. Thanks Fieldhouse the Pacers and assured Hornets and that'll be the fourth of five straight at home. And then Wednesday Toronto's in town. So. Not a lotta time. To celebrate. What happened tonight have to get ready and back at it? Tomorrow night. All right. Chris. I know you're you got a lot of work to do. I got a squeeze people in this half hour. But again, congratulations to you. And your guys a great job today. And also congratulations to the Pacers one eleven ninety nine over the Mavericks crispy safe best of luck to the Pacers. All right. Thanks so much, Bob. Thanks so much. Jeff RAB John's join through from peaks dot com, I you losing to produce seventy to fifty five Jeff thanks for the call. Not a great star. And actually that kind of doomed him for the day because the boilers came out and took care of business early. Well, yeah, they did. They had a good start Indiana actually had a decent rally there. They got up. Yeah. Or twenty one. And then the big difference was really about the last five minutes of the first first half. I two minutes a second half. Purdue went on a twenty two four run that span and went from being down three points to thirteen in a game. They won by fifteen and that was really the big difference. No eastern had at a good first-half alternatives points came in the first half six of them in the bottle, four minutes. He's not a big offense threat for them, usually. But he was a big factor today thought he did a tremendous job defending Bill. He hounded Rubio painter. Oftentimes kept two bigs in the paint. Romeo's? Biggest offensive weakness is three point shooting, which was the case in high school. But he's a good driver. And Purdue really created a lot of congestion on his drives Romi all the four points. The lowest of his career first time he's ever been in single digits, actually. And you know, that was obvious. A big factor. Positive negative for Indiana. But that stretch into the I asked to get in a second. That was really the difference in the game today for both teams. They're struggling there's no question. They've lost four you still trying to find that consistent scoring. I think coach Miller has to be a little bit disappointed in the effort. They got defensively because do is not one of the greatest offensive teams around. But they had that spurt as you point out in the second half that gave him a great lift. Yeah, they did. And then they produce shot forty nine percent from the game. Fifty four percent of the second half. Indiana, only shot forty three percent of the game and obviously three point shooting. It's become a real issue. Today. That's not nearly good enough. If you're going to take, you know, took fifty one shots in the game twenty of we're threes while we make it more. Five yard, though that I think that's the biggest problem is. It's it's hard for them to find offense right now. But I, you know, they're in the middle of plane six of eight on the road, and I actually. I thought they were gonna go to and six because they can't, you know, struggling to shoot. Offense. They'd played on the road. The big ten when the big ten Cisco the problem and the teams that they played the last four teams that they played the ranked number six number ten number eleven at number seventeen nationally in the Ken Pomeroy rankings, which you know, take into account teams. Take opinion out of it. And I was like, you know, I use not better than those teams right now. Now the effort against the Brask, obviously, it was awful that was bad that was right for Indiana. But you look at the actual rosters. And you look at where teams are what they're doing. And I think I thought going into season January was gonna be rough for Indiana. Now, they're still top forty and Ken palm. There's still top forty of the net rankings that every T which the NCAA is gonna use for NCAA tournament selection purposes. So it's not like the wheels have come off of the season. But I think January is going to be ugly on the question. What can they do in February the first couple of games at marched to finish the regular season? So it's a tough stretch. I think it's gonna be a tough stretch. They get a chance to win a northwestern. But it's not going to be easy here for the for the next week and a half. And I don't think anything you want to know about are you athletics. Jeff RAB John's is the guy. Follow him on Twitter at Jeff RAB, John's peaks dot com, don't forget the readers. Great work there loses to produce seventy to fifty five. Jeff, thanks for the call have a great weekend. My pleasure. Appreciate it. Take care. College basketball today. Buzzer beater, Indiana Wesleyan over Mary, the voice of Indiana, Wesleyan, WBZ T's, Jim Brenner the hall of Famer. All right. Take me through this thing. Make me get me excited about this. All right. Well, first of all, you can imagine what it's like to pack. That place Marian came last night. Bobby to be sure they got here. I think really as far as towns concerned the best teams in the crossroads lake. Okay. We all knew this. This is the first time they've played the show. Right. So right. Between them bowl team shot over fifty two from the floor. Over fifty five on threes. We made trees in the ball game. So you know, we're talking barn burner. Supreme right. Snow outside. Just everything basketball is supposed to be and. Indiana Wesleyan gets the ball with thirty seconds to go. And Greg Doniger, we'll tell you maybe the worst play the ever ran Mangum had the ball to time line to the final seven seconds. Threw the ball out of Richmond. He had no idea what to do with it. Throws it out the Maxwell who standing thirty feet from the bucket with one second. He buries the three thirty seven thirty eight and thirty nine point of the ball game. Was this entire student body at Indiana Wesleyan, not over knocks him down. But today entire crowd goes into our press action. And miraculously we stayed on air. Now. All that for you for a ballgame. I need you to hang onto the scoreboard update. Okay. Gotcha. Jim Brenner now come back and talk about the Indiana Wesleyan Marian game eighty nine eighty six Indiana Wesleyan on.