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Packers' Love says Rodgers congratulated him
"Took less than twenty four hours for the Green Bay Packers quarterback of the future to connect with the quarterback of the present Jordan love the Packers first round pick in the NFL draft told ESPN's Maria Taylor that he and Aaron Rodgers at a good first
"maria taylor" Discussed on Launch Left
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"maria taylor" Discussed on Launch Left
"It was great to reconnect. 'cause I was so much older than them that I feel feel like. I didn't really know them. And so we kinda got to really become friends at that point and then to share playing music with each other so sibling sibling. Music is so so so excited yes. Let's question as I'm sure. Music found him some. Yeah When I was little I was for some reason mesmerized by drum kits just the way they look in the room? I don't know why but I just knew that I had to knew I had to have new. I had to experience the drums and thankfully I didn't have to learn how to play him and I just it was a clue. I guess that's so great. You just knew how to play John. John Rooms on allowed to. I don't know how you believe impasse lives sure. Yeah maybe you were like world's greatest jazz drummer and guys. They're fan Ramiz. Zero No. Don't tell es enlighten mayor. He was the original drummer and they like the theme song. For SMALLVILLE. I say keep out now the Birmingham but he was I. Guess I'm just. He's a great drummer and he was in a lot of great bands as a drummer before he started. Just this writing his own songs and I can't wait to your wreck and he played for me. I'm so excited about this. All right question does I asked one. You'd takeover too because I don't remember it in this crazy mixed up world. What are you champion like? What what to use your form of activism And that can extend to like things you do at home that feel like they make you feel better about Laurel to the you know. You don't have to have some big 'cause us I guess I mean making my children aware of the show the world. What's wrong with it right now? What they can do to make it better I? It's like there are only chance you know and like the importance of voting and we just talk about like how we have choices and how we can make things better so and I'm just right now me the four and seven so most of my life is just you know raising these little dudes and so I guess. Yeah that's what I want them to make a difference to. It'd be good because it's a scary place right now. That's a literal affecting of the future future so future all new here I future all WanNa do. You WanNa have just been a good good uncle to do the lawmaking record Supporting a certain candidates for office and Yeah Hey Bernie Sanders Thank you. There's something burning and they told me a question of all to get out bell. Who are you listening to get along? Yeah so I listen to. I've been listening to this artist since I was sixteen years old and his name is Louis Fano more. We're doing this doing this. And pretend you're not here on most all of my solo records. I've always covered one of his songs. And I do on this record as well. And but this record he has for some where we actually sang together. And did you know played everything together. And so but he is an amazing musician Shen he amazing drummer amazing songwriter and lyricist and I've never met anyone that's ever heard his music and disliked. Ever people people just usually fall in love with it so but he's not a great like self promoter. Look how you wonder. Why are people like this? Just huge you know and I mean we all want exposure as social. What thank you for having me as like Oh great where you guys are doing to help us but yeah that's exactly exactly right? I think that's maybe part of what I'm trying to get at a correlation between like lack of ability to self promote. Yeah and Dan no I see yeah. I see some people on stage and they're just like I'm like that's why they are successful. I don't have the you know like I get the thought the thought of being on a long tour now especially now just terrifies me. So but it's you have to ask yourself. What are you really want like? Maybe I don't really want but I also love what I do and so you want people to also want to share it. I don't know laundry and I think some of it it has to do with the cultural habit form towards like showmanship and like what does get through and what is what is pop culture culture and pop. Music is definitely the prevalent cultural. It wins really short for popular. But say that but it's also like to me. Often the artist I care about most are not popular and that and that doesn't make their work any he less staggering and genius than you know and as a matter of fact in my personal opinion. It's often a lot more staggering ingenious than what's popular dealer so that is the heart of lodge left is like a shining light on artists who are more considered in the marginalized section of music yet their work in their body of work and their breadth of work can often like to me. Definitely outshine a lot of the people you might see on the cover of all the popular opulent music blogs and whatnot. You know so especially the pop culture super pop stuff is just as not ever. I will say I'm a huge fan of Whitney. Houston I said I. There are certain pop artists. You know that I love. I'm not trying to hop either but I am. I do find it curious that you know. There's this imbalance and I understand. That's because our whole society is set up as a you know it's a capitalist society and it's about all things but also heads I think or maybe it becomes you know one feeds off the other but is that like that thought process of like that. There's not enough room for everybody. Yeah well and maybe that is. But that's only getting more you know. Oh that's only getting more obvious but the hope that is the other most important piece of this. curation piece of launch left is that I'm really fucking curious yes and I never curse on the show who you're listening to because I really love your music and I really think what you've done over the scope of your career has been about staying true to yourself as an artist and not falling into like. I could be bigger if I did this. That is what I value. You know so when you come in and say I think you should listen to Louis Chiffon. Oh I hope I said that name right. Excellent going to listen to that record whereas there is a lot of music out there and it is overwhelming and I do not have the time nor though like mental space to to be listening to like ten records a day. Okay and deciding who. I just don't do that but I will. Listen to your record because Maria Taylor told me to and that's really what I think. Three of my favorite Right now like musicians to listen to artists Lewis and then also My brother-in-law Taylor Hollingsworth. We put out his record. Also I'm not only saying this because it's on our label but the reason we put them on race yet and he is such a great songwriter. He has he's a real southern Twang. So you guys will. I think you'll I think you'll like it incredible lyrics and Just very unique valley yeah. Connor he's in. He plays guitar from this. I've been and then another mystic valley band member. Nick Freedus do you know have yeah. I do keyboard player No that's Nate Walcott knows the other. Don't you have a keyboard player named Nick doesn't it. Why Okay and he's just that he's there's so many Greece amazing I wanNA plug him to the best? But AH NICK FREIGHTERS HIS AWESOME MUSIC. This amazing so I think everyone should go out. And listen to a nick freighter. S- record a Lewis phone record and the Taylor Hollingsworth record. Yes and while you're adages check out the catalog and flower moon. Because they what's up. I'm we'll bridges recorded my last regular. Yeah I went to his studio. I love the collaboration fact. I mean I wanna hear you live and we gotta do S- thank you. Both for being launched lead. I can't wait to hear record. Can't wait to hear your record. I hope we get to keep both those. Do and should have brought to congratulations your records. We got eleven eleven. Thank you and congratulations on your record. Coming out Wayne just came out. I know as ing I've heard next time. UCS She s hearing both Maria Taylor and her launched artists Louis Chiffon no here on launched left live in the studio. This song is called if only and it is from the last record because we haven't yet started rehearsing the new songs. The last record is called in the next life uh.
"maria taylor" Discussed on Launch Left
"For fame. creatives launched the next wave of music rebels. And it's also an intentional space to highlight and empower all artists for whom radical creativity is not a choice but a necessity. That's right you finish his sentences ladies and I appreciate it I I appreciate it. I had had a launch left dream. I had a dream this morning. We were about to tell us like your fifteen years ago when new I can seize on. Shell no just let that happen over. The course of year too but I had a dream this morning that we were Having conversation with Keanu Reeves Keanu and As you do wait for we were in a pool and with a bunch of grade schoolers who were like like loudly swimming and you wanted to like run in and jump off like from a pool house into the pool. You're like you know what I'm thinking of doing. The boring intro words like I know it sounds like and you jump into the pool and we kept having to Redo hi. I'm summer and I'm rain because the sound of the kids swimming just like it's not right like low more energy literally having this debate in the pool. There's a bloated frog. That was like upside down and not well. One of the kids saved grasshopper the whole time. Kiana just chill deepen waiting for you and right about when like we've creative. Yeah the episode. Yeah he no. He's a big music fan. Actually in court cares deeply about music so he was about to introduce himself or we were about to ask him question and leaked lower. Came into into my dream and woke me up literally. That was the real one that would be awful. I think life is a dream. So I'm not gonNA say it's the real one but yes they leave for woke me up uh-huh and guess what within a minute. My alarm went off so it actually all have and who knows. Maybe I wouldn't remember the dream without the leaf blower so thank you leaf blower wherever you are. That was my morning and then I got ready now here and who are we here with today. This is pretty exciting. Well we're here with Maria Taylor from well from Maria Taylor Taylor just hurt herself but also from Azure Ray. Yes and many other things that we get to talk to you about beautiful beautiful southern bell. Oh yes that were thrilled to get to chat with. And who have you brought today as your launched artist this Louis Chiffon. Oh highlights I do it. He's a longtime friend. He was my first boyfriend when I met him when I was sixteen and I learned how I learned how to write songs from him and how to play drums. So I learned a lot and then we've remained friends And we just worked on a record together. Another the record. Yeah so he's he taught me a whole lot Play multiple instruments and you only taught her to so you guys met. How old are you again? Sorry Miss Things Three. No I didn't mean now but thank you for sharing. You don't have to now. You met him when you were sixteen and now is this before. I'm assuming azure Ray and before Daniel Johnston and before connor burst and before all the other nations all the other collaborations. You met Louis and you learned how to play some music with him. I had met before. Okay wow you guys have known each other that loan. Yeah so we we Arinda and I when we met Louis we had a band called punch and Ella and I don't even think I could really play guitar at that point rent a new three chords and I would just stand there and sing. It was pretty silly. But that's and then we. Yeah we met him at a music festival through a mutual friend city stages. We're we're we're we're or fifteen Birmingham Alabama okay so the music festival was at home basically And then he that's kind of how he's he said you want to record you. Girls like he had heard that my brother was going to record you on his four track. Oh right and he introduced me but I don't remember when or where is this an all ages just fest is name Yeah and are you a little bit older than little older a couple of years and that way we know now Arinda Ah was playing three chords and you were standing there singing and your brother saw talent. Everyone did it. Seem like it went all around the city at the same time everyone started. You're talking crazy 'cause I mean when I see pictures luckily we don't have any audio lease Your Voice Angels Taxman and didn't look cool at all. I don't know what people saw or heard of it. Wow that's so cool and when did you actually end up. Forming Azure Ray. What was the year of that so after Punch Annella was little red rocket? Ah got her tattoo covered up and so it's still an issue you was going to say. Is that a point of contention for you. Every time I look at it I just get angry with her. No bit so little. Red Rocket was until like we were twenty two probably from around eighteen to twenty two and then We were in on a we. We lived in Athens Georgia and we were playing a show in Atlanta and my boyfriend at the time then was in the van and he overdosed and he passed away that night in the van and we pretty much like that was the end of that band. You know didn't WanNa play those songs ever again. Didn't want to get in that van ever again. In an Azure ray became like when we started writing therapeutic songs to get through that time. That's how Azure a was born. That's right you told me a little bit about that at a show the that you played the I opened for yet at Zebulon which was really moving and thank you for sharing that? And so with Azure Ray. That was literally from what I understood was it was because of that loss you it was a director. I mean that's so beautiful and the music feels that way it feels like a therapy therapeutic salve and it's such a different little red rocket was just power pop fun you know and so it's I. It sounds completely different and I mean it changed everything it changed our. You know our perspective on life and music and so and we. We didn't even have any intention really of releasing these songs like this was just we. I always played music together that that was our relationship right so when he died I moved in with her. And that's what we did. We just harmonize wrote these songs and cried right. And just and then Brian Causey. Yeah so he heard them. Because we played a memorial show for Peter and then he just said I wanna Oh i WANNA release these. Do you guys like let's put these out and so we just like okay but then it just became just sort of you know and that was the first as ray record. Wow that's so powerful you can feel it in the music I mean. I'm sure I'm sure you've heard from fans and throughout the years that that those songs that that music music you know has helped them through hard times and that says that original theme continued. Do you feel I mean you guys have a decades decades long career together And I assume that I know you just said like that's what we did. We got together and we sang and we wrote and we. But I'm assuming that you also experienced life. Yeah gather yes in many ways and and so you feel like there is a lot of channeling into your music and along those same lines. I feel like You know when that happened. That like the tone of Azure age is like it became and so then we would we would our lives went through you know so many different experiences. And that's what we drew from for these songs so the subject matter did change but when something like that happens like leaves such an imprint on you that I think it's still always there for sure because it I don't know it just like it made me see everything differently. You know but then we also that became our sound so I think we also were conscious about. Well we're not going to throw a power pop song in this as we always have like these parameters. Did you ever kind of want to death. Metal Album as that's definite definite. But that I went and started branching off and doing solo albums it was too because like that just became charade like this bryce somber mood.
Zion Williamson, Lakers And NBA discussed on SportsCenter AllNight
"The future of the NBA draft came Thursday night with the New Orleans pelicans zoning. The top pick fresh off their megadeal with the Lakers off loading, Anthony Davis with the first choice. They hope they found their new face of the franchise with the first pick the two thousand nineteen NBA draft the New Orleans pelicans Zion Williamson. Yes, we all expected, and it happens. I Williamson de sensation out of Duke average better than twenty two points in eight boards. Game shot, sixty eight percent in his lone season with the blue devils e was your first overall choice. He is the new franchise icon in the big easy, and he joined Maria Taylor. Well as on the moment we
"maria taylor" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"And then finally on Sunday, they can all go outside, and and it's just med lem. You know You what know, what I mean? I mean, It's it's like. like fishing, and he had like a fish and you're like throw him back as soon as tale touches water. He's gone there. Just frantic insane. The I have a friend that there's a big bills fan. He's like man, I stopped going to games passes rule. That's really ruined. I was like, oh what's the rule? Like, we can't jump off the top of hands on the table. What? Britain. Is there a name for that where to work anymore? What we're Buffalo Bills fans like climate up Vanja jump on fold up tables, this what they do that was in there and they're tailgating it was famous like all these videos. They would like challenge each other like how high could they jump and then on their back land on the folding table, and crack it down the middle. Does the thing. Britney does this happen anymore or is the law still infect that heard about? So I actually never been to Buffalo Bills game. And I I I'm sort of an honorary fan because my husband is and we like enforced. But it's usually pretty painful, so I've never been to physical game. I will say I dropped him off at a game when they made the playoffs last year we drove from Charlotte Jacksonville overnight just to so he could be at the game. But I didn't see any shenanigans. I left pretty quickly and got there. To you as our listening because of what you sent us on Twitter. Three interesting facts on yourself. I'm going to read them now, and we would like some explanations. One of them was your dad took out the power to all of your neighbors behind you. Because he was trying to put a zip line and your yard, please. Please tell us about. And I'm assuming you're dance a bills fan because that's the behavior. Yes. Actually when the electric like electrical people came to like fix everything they were calling him. I think they called him Paul Bunyan or something like that. They're making fun of him. But my dad is one of those people that it's like all or nothing. He either gonna do some been real big or he's not gonna do it at all. So they have have a half half brother and sister who are let me younger than me. And like they started to get to the age where they wanted to have fun. So he's like I'm gonna put this. We're gonna put in basketball court, and a trampoline and yada, yada. And he's like coming to zip line..
"maria taylor" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Interviews. Well, but you know, she says a lot more and drizzly so needs to be done. But I Finally I did want to ask her about the show, and we talked for a little bit about the. Did you ask her if you could get on it? I mean, come on. I don't wanna make you show for you. I don't wanna make this awkward for you. But I'm very fast, and I played thirty. Now say I wish I could play this. I wish we have two hours today because I also ask you about I asked her one like totally ESPN question. I didn't end up keeping it. But I was like, okay. 'cause you're like a sports analysts said who will make a bigger impact on the professional level. The Zion Williamson or Cuyler Murphy or whatever. And she was game for that. You see? She's Zion is going to it's going to blow up the NBA. But I did ask you this about the TV show million dollar mile like shoes. Hold on. Does. He really think that because I don't know. I watched that UCF game. And he seemed like he's I'd scored thirty two points. It doesn't matter like looking at his frame like nineteen year olds aren't filled out like that. You know, if you look at LeBron at nineteen if you look at like any of the NBA guys Jaanus at nineteen their rail thin. He's already rock and three ten his joints, and knees and stuff aren't gonna keep up. See say he got about four games. I think he's I think he's going all of her Miller. You know what? I mean. I think he's just going to be a big guy who's super talented. But the thing that makes him a freak right now says hops, and I think the first thing that go with that frame is going to be as hops. And then he's only a six seven kind of thick guy. He can't play down low because he loses quickness at twenty five in like he can't play on the perimeter because lose quickness and he's only seven so he can't play down low. I think he's position 'less in like five years. Let me I mean, I think I would shock me of Jaama rant ended up with a better NBA career has a freak on every stat. But I did ask you this about million mile. I said this was the obvious question to me, she's professional. She's a former college superstar athlete, but Bron James created the show. Right, GMT, bows. On the show and radio concept is major obstacle course down the streets of LA. We're going to have a normal human. Give him a big head star and professional athletes going to try and catch up and beat him running swimming. Climbing the whole deal. So so like, I feel like it's of so I feel like the obvious question is if she's racing the billion dollar mile this LeBron verse her verse Tibo and verse Matt Smith there. Host who is winning the million mile? Here is her as she also. She also rightly said, you're not I'm not welcome anywhere near the show. Really? Definitely Braun because I mean, I've seen workout regimen and the way that he takes care of his body. So I'm I'm just gonna go all the way team. Lebron then Tibo then me then that money Smith, obviously. So we'd all be on the podium, and Matt would be like clapping on the side. Yes. All right round shape. Like, I think she I hereby Tibo he's gotten too big too. I think you know, this course, when you're climbing up Rockwall, Bill, the skyscraper. You gotta have. You. Gotta be a little lean the guy looks like, you know. The people that need to be Jason there. If this was really in LA show needs to be LAPD. Definitely running in this. To catch me. I say like a wild animal or something. But no, okay. All right. All right. Well, that was Maria Taylor makes her to check out her new show on CBS called million dollar mile. And also this fall on college game day, ESPN sports. He's everywhere right now really cool that we had are on the show.
"maria taylor" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Hey, come in at number one this week on hot list. John Mayer opened his new world tour in New Zealand with a cover of how great thou art, the singer songwriter, kicked off his world tour in Auckland just weeks after a gunman kills kill dozens of were Spurs at two moss in the country before the concert began John told the crowd. Thank you for coming out under such heavy circumstances. It means a lot to me. He was enjoying on stage. Attritional Kapa haka group who also performed here's a clip. How much is this like a gunner concert or no? Singing Christmas songs that stiff. Never. I wonder if if you think it's not a super traditional way to honor the the memories of very tragic event of of Muslims who were slain with Christian 'em. Interesting choice on his part. I know Muslims aren't as well known in the western canon. But it seems. I'm I'm wondering where it came from hundred. To cover one. Even if he did it's like speaker. Yeah. Kind of a strange. Yeah. Eighty. Yeah. Yeah. Never thought of it like that Tyler like that. That was an odd religious choice given him probably what the statement he was trying to make of one of healing. I would assume. So that the statement because he opened by talking about the, you know, the difficult time in New Zealand, then went into how great our which is a lovely song. I got goosebumps. But you're right. Traditionally a Christian him, but I feel like lyrically him bigamous enough that I suppose, you know, you. Two other deities to kind of say a little bit of a stretch. Yeah. We get Lionel. Not sure I've little tour this one for him. This is one that Lionel Concetta straight. Yes. Kind of a lose lose where the guy I think that was probably the best choice. That'll do it for. Richie zie. The joe. I don't. All right. Stay to Maria Taylor joins us. Listen to team Impala song as patients at the beginning of the podcast heard Anderson packed with King, James. This week..
"maria taylor" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Of white nationalism and separatism to white supremist all of which will be banned from the platforms and the press release titled standing against, hey, they explain over the past three months conversations with members of civil society and academics who are experts in race relations around the world have confirmed that white nationalism and separatism cannot be meaningfully separated from white supremacy and organized hate groups marks a significant policy change. They said, quote, we didn't originally apply the same rationale to expressions of white nationalism and separatism because we were thinking about broader concepts of nationalism and separatism things like American pride and Basque separatism, which are an important part of people's identity going forward. White people will still be able to. To demonstrate pride in their ethnic heritage. We will not tolerate praise or support for white nationalism. And separatism watchdog groups have noted a substantial rise in white nationalist groups in the last year. So. I'm surprised it take it has taken them. This happened two thousand nineteen everybody two thousand nineteen because he didn't I didn't wake up one morning and decide you know, what? They're right. Is that they raise a good point. I think it's multiple like Jared attacks in wars across the country that they're finally like Nola eat. We like have blood on our hands now last straw. There was something what happened in Christ Church something they've realized that that the this is we are part of this. What such like there are things in our world that are? So plainly obvious yet. Put your finger on it's like a your finger on cello Unisem saying where it's like, we all know what we're looking at. But we can't like name it. You know, what I'm saying Philip from social media like fat perspective. That's kind of what happens when you go. Would you if you know what somebody's dragging you like, I know obeys ragged right now. But I can't tell you what you just said to me. But I know you just dragging or some ice cracks it like you said you like a you have Ayla celebrity. That's not on the cover. It's like, I think I think he just flex on me. But at the same time magazine, you can kinda, but you're. But at least with this policy. They are putting a name to it. Because I feel like they've just rolled white nationalism into every other type of like statement about, you know, pry some element of like an ethnic diversity or like, a cultural thing. But now they're saying no white nationalism is its own beast that needs to be his such. Because all yeah. Mean though, it's like, you know, they there's no way they'd look at that. And go, I know that's different. I know what you're saying. I just I it's enough went took so long think maybe that'd be Arbor. It's like how do I point at I witness really trust the people at Facebook yet? We'll see what happens, but yet to be good arbiters of oh, this is just like this person's just taking pride in their Irish heritage. Whereas this person is an actual white nationalist. I agree with you prop it. It's it's one of those things where you kind of know it when you see it. I just don't know that Facebook has proven that baby are good at knowing when they sent it really does creates a lot of you're you're going to my mind goes on. I hear this is like like they're now the decider of what can be said. And what can't be said? And I know it's a private enterprise, and you can choose to participate in their platform or not, and they can reject whoever they want to you know, but you know, it, really. Raise the question of free speech, the question free speech, who's the police of of what you know is protected as a as a write in the constitution. And then what crosses the line?.
"maria taylor" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Hi as the level of whiteness at this. For for people. Who are this is the first time to the podcast. They're feeling like either prop fan out of Gungor show or someone who's the last church was a Catholic church ten years ago and walked into a Bethel art projects. Like. I kinda dig it. But it's all of this. But that jingle Baksi very uncomfortable. It makes all of his uncomfortable. Go to number five this week. Katy Perry opened up about her upbringing in the church this week on American idol. The pop singer serves as a judge on the new season of the reality show on a recent episode contestant who goes by the name k the singer opened up to the judges about her family's struggles with poverty and homelessness when she was asked how she was able to come out to audition for the show given that she's living that way, she said that her church raise money to sender. Katie got clearly emotional, and then started talking about how she could relate to the story in described her own upbringing afterward fella, judge Lionel Richie gave case some of his own spiritual advice. Here's a clip of what happened. Listen, I gotta tell you. You know, I don't want to compare our situations. But I was raising the church too. And I didn't grow up with any money and money was always the problem. It was the car everything not great in my life. We had. At the food Bank. All my parents, traveling ministers. And so when I was thirteen the church meager tar out with from exactly. And so I relate to what you're saying. I think it's so beautiful and think you know, it doesn't really matter where you come from. And I know it's so hard this struggle and your inspiration of so many people by getting here today. Thank you. You are here for a reason and a purpose. God can only do for you what he could do through you. Wow. Richie Richie sounds like he even had the cadence of a preacher that was. He's benda. He's deter mode. Yeah. That's from a deep place right there. Like Lionel Richie was speaking at your caffeine. Because even even like, I said his voice he's like you are here with a purpose tonight. I got chills just at that. You need to go into the more mention. Yeah. Do we believe without the allergy though, do we believe God can only do for you what he can do through? You like, basically theology? Is you have to just do it for yourself? That's what he was saying. Well, no, I think I think I think the through part is basically he'll do as much as you allow him to do. He's going to you know, what I mean like if you're closed off to him. It's hard for him to do stuff where he, but once you submit to him, he can do it through you. Got pick your arm up on a keyboard? Right. Yeah. It's a mission to his will not your own strength that his wills done permitting for free well for the all for doctrine of free. Well, while still allowing the sovereignty of God to work to manifest his presence through. This is. Away bible school stuff. What about the some of the miracles in the New Testament like it was the the faith of the friends who cut a hole in the roof and lowered their friend down to be healed by Jesus wasn't. That was it. Not really, okay. Here's the thing. Cancelled Maria Taylor teller, I'm sorry. We're getting Lionel Richie on the horn. NT Wright get him on right now. Make that happen. I mean because the bible. Like full of stories of miracles were got intervened in a situation. It wasn't that the person submitted to God's will there were miraculously encounters. I mean, I mean like like the cutting through the roof in in the in being healed, you know, that kind of stuff for like the facial was closed off to being healed. We just know that his friends had to take action that his. Got into it wasn't because of what God did through that person that got God can do for you. I don't know. Anyway, Lionel Ritchie's the confusing to me. Jesus say to other people your faith is made you whole. Issue of blood?.
"maria taylor" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"If minority gets a job because that like, there's no roll like no one really creates a role for black people. I don't think like maybe the first person that'd be able to do that. And being a position to do that as someone like LeBron like imagine the type of pull and person that has to be in control of casting to say, this is what I want. And I'm not even saying that that's what he wanted. I just know that that is a vision that he said, and we'd even seen it through the I don't know if you've heard about octave Spencer, and the the show that they're doing together and how she's come out and said LeBron James and maverick like they've backed me in a call for a quality in Hollywood. Like, that's how strong voice he is that someone like TV Spencer who has already won an Oscar need LeBron to come in. And also go to bat for her because she's not getting paid the same. You know what I mean? Like, that's how far behind everything is. And I would say like at the end of the day. It's called leveling the playing field like someone has to be willing to recognize that there's a. Problem and for the most part for a black female there's more hurdles sitting in my lane than someone else's lane. And so if someone would like to come and remove one of those hurdles you can't look at it as like now that's cheating. Like, I still got sent hurdles over here. There's two over there. I'm still running the same race. You know what I mean? Like if someone wants to eliminate one more props to them and keep it moving like, it's still we're going to eventually get to the finish line. Some people are going to get there before me. That's okay. But my race gonna look a little bit different than everyone else's and everyone should at least understand or recognize that there probably are more obstacles for me or a woman in general than the average white, man. Yeah. I mean, that's why you always say I don't see race is actually not the right answer. Right. Because then you're race someone's experience you're not acknowledging the differences in in what they face to get where they're going. Yeah. I just say that because I remember I can't even remember who it was now was tweeting out. You know, there's this job opening. I'd love for it to go to. Woman, you know, hit me up, and and a well respected older white men in our industry was you know, went off. I remember that. Yeah. So it's sort of amazing that some people still don't quite get it. But they don't. And so I wanna give you an opportunity to talk about it. Hey before I let you go. You have to do the one thing that everybody does. But nobody expects guy. And expect the Spanish inquisition. Expects the Spanish vision. That's right. Nobody expects it. But it gets to everybody. And by the way, someone on Twitter sent me a message that he'd listened to like twenty-five podcasts before he realized Sarah Spain Spanish inquisition. Yeah. Got it. Anyone else who didn't get there yet? There you go Monty played on. But it's a play on a name get it. Okay. Number one. What's the natural talent? You wish you were gifted with drawing. I have not a creative bone in my body. I can barely even sign my name, which I think apparently crates or you need creativity to do that. So if I could like pay something that'd be great. You should talk to me. She's moved from sketch to watercolors good. I don't know if you follow her. But she's got a unique collection of Philip rivers watercolors that just hit the internet for charity. So check out her. Never to your desert island album. You can only have one. Definitely Lauren hill, and if education Lauren hill schilling made one album because she was like, this is the only one you need in life. That's right..
"maria taylor" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"So it's one of those it is like, I think I think you know, when Cassidy or or carrier during those those network shows, it's usually all at once. Right. They just like being out. Yeah. Exactly. And we the great thing was like Tim tebow was on at two. So we were able to shoot it during football season and our schedules where exactly the same. Oh, you know what? I mean. Like, they're like, oh, yeah. You have to be going on everything. Right. But let's work that all out. So it was you know, about two weeks took about two weeks to shoot. And I can't I honestly can't remember what month that was a football. We'll tell us about it. Give us the hard sell. Why should we watch it? What's the deal? What's it about? So basically million dollar mile is where you know, your average athletes someone who goes to the gym every day and feels like they train really hard gets to challenge themselves against professional athletes that runs all those tough mutters and actually like getting paid to run these things cross bit champions. I mean, we're talking like army sergeants and all these people that have nicknames. And they're called the defenders you get a head start. All right. So you get to start running this obstacle race. You know, four or five minutes before the defenders gets to run it and everything time eastern is finish an obstacle. You get some money. So it's the idea of like challenging yourself. But also, you're facing a professional and at the end. Of course, it adds up to it entire mile, and maybe someone is able to win a million dollars. Maybe someone with a win fifty thousand dollars. You know, we'll find out, but I think it was a cool way for like LeBron maverick and the entire Springhill in NT company with they're coming out with like, just massive amounts of media and content and stuff like that. But to just give the regular average fan or the person at home and opportunity to see themselves in a situation against the professional athlete. You know, what I mean is this something that your agent hooked up? Did you have a relationship with LeBron? What was it like, you know, was LeBron involved in casting or was this? I'm impressing other people and trying to get this again. So the the biggest thing is I think LeBron sets the tone. You know, what I mean like he is the top of the food chain. The ideas are with him in the room everything starts there. And then it begins to filter down to. Okay. So now, what does this role look like and one thing I love about what they do is. They're they're big into diversity. The you know, what I mean, they want like certain rolls build a certain way. And that's how I ended up on it. I mean, when I got the call from my agent was just like, hey, don't gotta show coming, and I didn't know you know, what I mean. I I hadn't even heard about it right until I got the call. Oh, this sounds really cool. Like by the show coming on CBS, let I would love to be a part of that. Absolutely. Did you? Tim. So he was playing it was in the middle of the season. I mean, I guess obviously. But and so he's like traveling on the road and trying to make the Lakers the best team that he possibly can as well. As like all the other endeavors that he has. But like maverick was around. Why all these Springhill, and yeah, I probably get people from CBS too. Yeah. No. It was awesome. So let me tell you about the experience was great. Yeah. Let me tell you up on this. Because it seems like something you'll have a good answer to you just said Springhill and the Brown. They're very invested in in diversity of talent and skill which is so necessary. And so important, what would you say to somebody who I can't imagine? It'd be listening to this pod. But you never know you would say it's unfair that you got the job because they were looking for a black woman. Know, what would I say to that person? I would say. First of all, it's always gonna be fair..
"maria taylor" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"That's when you can do some of the social things that we do or the videos we do after practice with players Friday as college game day meeting. And then you're also do we do college football live from site on Fridays Saturday morning, you're up early probably sportscenter hits. And then you're also doing college game day if the game is insane place as game day. Then you get to go back to the hotel, basically, take a nap and then wake back up and do the night game. If not as soon as called game days over we're hopping on a plane and going to you know, Pullman, or wherever that night game is, wow, that's crazy. That's exhausting. It really is. So you know, I did I did one sidelines. Reporting gig for big ten network really early on in my career and learned just a very trivial way the amount of work that goes into it. You know, the interviews in the meetings with the coaches beforehand and all the stuff that you try to those relationships, which I'm sure get easier when you're doing it for longer, right? You already know them and the programs, but maybe explain to people the prep in the work that goes into just one college game day game. Sure. Yeah. I mean, I'm probably I s ideas in Email on Sundays both teams and saying, hey, I would like to get you know, say these four or five players on the phone at some point this week. And so you spend a lot of time during the week just kind of either waiting on kids to call you or waiting for the time after practice when they're going to call or this kid for God, or you left whatever the case may be and you're just trying to get him on the phone and get some insight and a lot of times. That's. Where you get your best information. So you could read all the articles you wanna read? But what is the new information that you're bringing to the broadcast that no one else is hurt. You're not gonna get that from reading something you have to get it from talking to people. And usually I spend more time on the phone with the away team because I know I'm not going to see them until game day. But a lotta times it's helpful to be on the phone with a kid. Even though we have those meetings. We have meetings onsite on Fridays with the home team. But then there's also times when my game is not the same places game day. So I don't show up until two hours before kickoff. I need to talk to all the players before the a lot of that in the being thing. And that's true for basketball to like, I've got Tennessee Kentucky this weekend. I'm already reaching out to Tennessee to say, okay..
"maria taylor" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"She it was funny because my parents all my dad always worked for the government. Mom lies worked in corporate America. So mom, always made more money. And you know, she worked every single day of the week, and she still made it to every single practice and still pick you up. And you know, they were this great team. Still are a great team. Maybe married like thirty five years. Like, I have glowing perfect example of what relationship should look like and they're like impossible in real life. But I'm telling you know, there's just awesome. Like, they're still there for my mom is in New York right now, I'm in bristle. And when I'm done, I take a car service back to New York. She's going to be there. And like all we're doing tomorrow as decorating my apartment. Oh, I love that dad comes to like the Orange Bowl because he always comes to the game that I have Miami or whatever's drivable here like this by you know, like my family's a big part of who. I am. I sister travels with me a lot and they didn't keep me sane. As you know, a lot around the road. You know, how it is? Yeah. One hundred percent. My parents aren't super big into sports. So they don't show up to the things I work at, but my mom will Email and ask me to explain something. So that she better understand what I'm writing a walk off. You know? But they are they are invested in, you know, knowing what I'm up to and they do watch more and pay attention more because they you know, they wanna get what I'm talking about. So, you know, early broadcasting you're doing the freelance, then you get your masters. And you you mostly started with women's basketball and volleyball -cational college football game on ESPN you and then worked your way onto SEC network. What was that first? How did you get your foot in the door at ESPN and was that after a couple of other gigs after the masters or was it pretty soon because you're still so young and you've already worked your way up through ESPN? There wasn't much time. I'm guessing between end school any SPN yet all kind of worked in together. So like the same time that I was back at home working on my masters. I was working for Comcast sports south. And so we had the SEC game of the week for CSS. And so it would be like Vanderbilt playing, you know, buffalo whatever the worst game was we had it on Saturdays. And I was the sideline reporter for it. And the year before I took it over Allison Williams had that job. So she kind of like made the slide over ESPN, and we go to SEC media days. And there is March sleigh ball was working on CS at the time. So he was like one of our main analysts for SEC college football. And he was like you need to meet the people at ESPN you like at the end of the day. I think that's where you should be now. So let's go talk to him. And he introduced me to John Vassallo who was running at the time like SEC football. He also has a big hand. And you know, a lot of the live event type sports and met him cinema resume tape, and he wrote back and was like, you know, we're going to give you a volleyball package, and we'll give you one football game. See how you do. And it'll be like a test run. And I remember so remember my very first game on ESPN was ESPN U Iowa State. And I think they were playing Iowa. And Adam Amine was on the call and it was like our first game. Like, this is our first year working ESPN we came in at the same time. We just loved it. You know what I mean? Like, we had a great time. I think that people are seeing me from doing volleyball. So it went from just doing the matches to okay now, you're on the volleyball selection show to now you're going to work the regionals to now you can do sidelines at the final. Four, and I think the the process of that happened like say over two years and the second year that I was doing volleyball. They also gave me a football package, and I always say that it's the same year that Erin Andrews went to FOX..
"maria taylor" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Monday and Thursday, showcase of men's and women's college hoops, NCW women's final four she contributes to college football. I get up sportscenter NBA draft NBA combine and she got a new show coming out with LeBron James, which we're going to have to get to as well. Holy cow Maria. I'm glad you're so young because that's the kind of hustle that. When I was your age, I was probably still having to work at like a bar till four AM and then try to show up. Auditions I didn't have any real jobs, my hustle manifested itself and just trying to make the bills get paid you on the other hand are basically taking over the network. I it's insane. All right before we get to everything you're doing. Now, I want to get to how you got there. So let's talk about growing up. I mean, we're you always just total jock and knew they wanted to be involved in sports for work as well as participating, you know, kinda sorta so my dad's six seven, which is huge. And so obviously, I was going to be huge. You know, how thick and I'm six to like if you watch anything that I'm doing I'm probably like the same size as most of the players and people joke all the time like how big your candidate feet and all this stuff. And it's like, yeah. What's hard? Hard. A two and a half men like yes. And I can still have man's. Yeah. What do you do you really bigger? Shoes. I don't. Okay, Stuart license. Like, the only person that has eleven on the regular say. Yeah. Because I'm a ten so I just barely make all the regular size is your smooth. You are the only place you can go in a store Nordstrom rack. That's like see the shoes put them on. And that's it. Yeah. And then we hang up pantsuit in nineteen Ninety-six. Most of what? So so, yeah, I mean, I knew that it was going to play sports for sure I started out like playing softball, and as I got taller by the time. I was in sixth grade, I was like basketball picked up by ball in ninth grade, and that was more just to like avoid basketball conditioning, and then ended up loving bible just as much as I did basketball. So when I went to Georgia I played both sports in college. And I knew that I probably wanted to work in sports. But at first I was like, oh, the teen doctor or working sports medicine, and then you take biology and you're like moon, even like science, you know, what I mean, I change it's a business, and I took accounting, and I was like I don't like this either. And eventually one of my best friends, and she was my teammate on the volleyball team. She was taking or she was a broadcast major. So I went to class with her. And I was like, oh, this is cool. You just talk out loud, or maybe write a little script. And then do TV I can do that. I talk all the time. But that's how I got to my major. And I just knew that I wanna see sports broadcasting at the end of it because you know, people. We're actually coming in. They were doing our games. Fox Sports south was so I miss there was like a market for women's sports and athletics on TV. So let's go back to high school. I I've said many times that the fact that I was succeed by the time. I was twelve like had a very big impact on who. I was as a person, and my parents were very much about, you know, if you slouch people are gonna think you're uncomfortable with your height stand up straight. You know, be proud, and then also just my ability to just dominate tiny from a very young age..
"maria taylor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"We're talking with Maria Taylor are ESPN college football reporter, even though Kyla Murray wasn't at the helm last year for this Oklahoma team Marie, of course, that was Baker Mayfield. But do you think collectively as a team this Oklahoma squad? Learn something from that painful loss last year to Georgia. You know, I was at the Rose Bowl covering that match up. And I just remember Oklahoma team now scored on five of their first possession in the first half. Ended the half time they were leading by fourteen points. I mean, like Oklahoma was your blow out Georgia like the offense couldn't be slowed down at all. And then I think what you saw what blaring deficiency on defense. Georgia game close to seven hundred yards in that game. And it was ultimately Sony. Michelle run field buffet for Oklahoma. And again, so at some point there has to be a major stop made. I think that that's something that can certainly be learned. But also just knowing that it can start staff in the first half. You're gonna have to the same thing in the second. Because you when you get into the playoffs, you Chen expecting to just lay down, we haven't really seen that we've had great college football playoff matchup, and we're gonna continue to see it. I think also this season. But the question is how consistent can you be on offense? Can you score every time you have the ball? That's something that you have to do the maybe that's something that Oklahoma learn so instead of having that second half adjustment. About the starting fat in the second half. I can be the difference. So much has been made about you know, the two Heisman Trophy candidates in one winter collar Murray and to the matchup in this game. And how much those guys are going to drive the offense outside of those two players who do you think could potentially be a significant game changer that might be able to impact this game positively or negatively for their teams. Sure, alabama. I could not talk enough about Clinton Williams. I love this kid. We started out as a defensive when he got to Alabama. I switched to nose taking on that spot. Doron pain held. He said on posted I think thirty pounds to just become bigger and a little bit more cold. But he didn't lose any of that speed. So he's almost like the new hybrid nose tackle that. We're staying where you gotta be fat. He's a guy that we might just see the match up between him chasing down. Kyla Murray the entire game? And we might hear his name called a lot. But it has been a dominant force that barely even played. If he had like, maybe a total of one hundred fifty. Season ago. And right now, you've got eighteen tackles for loss leading the team in that area. And he's the guy that'll be fun to watch. If you're trying to look for the next level breed of knowing the guards in the college game. And then I also think we're gonna take another look at Hollywood Brown for Oklahoma. And he's a star wide receiver. Obviously got injured in the big twelve championship game Tyler needs to have a huge game. So whatever he has to do the right mind frame. An offer to successive batches goatee receiver. So he shouldn't be fun to watch AllState knows that football season mayhem. That's why the reminding fans that have mayhem can show up on game day. Imagine what can happen the rest of the week. So get better protected with AllState Marino. You recently went for a ride with Nick Sabin, and of course, outwardly. He always projects this very businesslike very stoic demeanor, very focused on the task at hand though. But when were you able to get anything from the coach when he opened up a bit here that maybe you didn't know previously about him. We got a lot of fine on our ride. I think it was fun talking to him about just the first car I ever had in his first car driving a stick shift and Dave growing up in West Virginia. I think what's also interesting is just how he said he's always been a part of a team whether that was basketball or baseball or whatever, and we talked about retirement a little bit. And he was just like, I just can't imagine my life without being don't have to be the head coach of the team, but just being around the team in some way, shape or form. And I knew then that there's no way that you could ever completely walk away from the sport football. Like he needs to be around. It. Did you guys probably know he has their scrimmages between his staff and ham. And he said that he wins every single scrimmage, and I don't know if that's the co or the assistant coaches deciding to make sure that their boss wins or he's just like the best player out there. But it was fun. He beat me. So that's the one thing. You gotta go and watch the video and see how he does it because I feel like. He tricked me in some way, shape or form played a distraction game with me. But maybe in round two I could've beat the go down in Miami covering the Orange Bowl. But some news coming onto the Cotton Bowl. Clemson's going to be without star defensive lineman. Dexter Lawrenceville a drug tests along with a couple of other players from Clemson what is his absence due to this Clemson defensive line, which is obviously the strength of their team in one of the best in college football. But does it give Notre Dame more of a chance to potentially establish a run game and get that offense going? I certainly would attack it if I wasn't her name one thing, I know about when I cover Clemson offensive line. I mean, and they have a lot of veteran leaders that are first team all eighteen guy. You started clue and barrel. You still have Christian Wilkins, you still have Austin Bryant, and they also have death behind born Niles pygmy the four star recruit they have a defensive tackle Albert Huggins who could probably be involved in replacing Lawrence a little bit. But when you watch Clinton games, and you're on the sideline Brent Venables doesn't have to spend a lot of time coaching to be line. He get spending time with the secondaries. He can talk to the linebackers because the D line is so used to playing with each other. So that they know what they're doing. They don't need that extra coaching, and and being told what to deal, I think it would take more attention from him during the game and planning and execution have to go over and talk to her replacement. Are we getting the right called? And do you know what your role is? You know, what your assignment is? If your brand new guy that has a you're averaging like thirty snaps the game. So that could be a big difference in the way that it's coach, but I do. I think that Clinton Olten maybe we'd be calling someone else's name. And they do have the experience to make sure they're lined up in the right way with leaders like Christian Wilkins, still being married, but I really do think it's an unfortunate situation. You're a guy that the junior and Dexter warranty. Could potentially go to the NFL draft after the season, but you would want him to be able to play in this college football playoff. I mean, you want a situation where both teams are at full strength. And and that's why you know, we had these fourteen playoffs because he wanted to see who's the best in college football. And they certainly can't be full strength without all American on the defensive line ESPN college game days Maria Taylor. Joining us here on Golic and wingo on ESPN radio. Any news so much discussion Maria has been made about the expansion of the college football playoff. Whether it's going to go to six teams, whether it's going go to eight teams how realistic premise, do you think that is that maybe we seize expansion sometime in the next say three or four years? Every time we talk about it and here from committee. It's just the reaction is we liked the way the playoff is that right now, we we enjoy the fourteen playoff. But I honestly would not be surprised if it turned into a sixteen playoff because the great game that we've been able to be on the way that it's not necessarily true that the one seed is just gonna Eka Pat straight to the national championship or you know, that in the two three game that we're certainly gonna see the to get the win. So I wouldn't be surprised. I'm certainly not for it. Because I think back to the student athlete health. He added an additional game. And you're a guy that's looking forward to the NFL draft, or you know, your professional future and saying you get injured with an additional semifinal game. And I'm just not sure if that's something that you want another stress you put on the athletes that are dealing with finals at the same time that are trying to decide their future that aren't really even gonna ever go home for the holiday. So that could be interesting. I don't understand how the scheduling what exactly working out or if you have to eliminate conference championship game. And if anyone really wants that either. So it'll be interesting to see what happens, but I know that I would vote no to a sector eighteen playoff silicon both of the both of the favorites here. Oklahoma. Or rather Alabama. And Clemson looking to go to the national championship. Do do you feel like there could be any sort of pathway for both Notre Dame or Oklahoma to upset the favorites? I certainly think there's a pad. There's always an opportunity. I could always say that there's a chance. But it's hard to believe that something like that would happen. Just because of the way that both of teams play it. I mean, obviously Notre Dame is also an undefeated team, but just not many signs of weakness between Alabama. And Clemson we certainly have not seen it yet. So I would be surprised if we saw the under that are underdogs overtake December twenty nine and walk away with victories that has all scrambling trying to figure out. Okay. Did we all envision this matchup? No. All right. Let's get ready for a national championship. Marie. Appreciate the time is always have fun covering the game here. It should be a dandy. Of course. We'll catch up soon. Thanks again. All right. Thanks, guys. Appreciate it. Great Monday or Tuesday or Wednesday, or whatever one of these days..
"maria taylor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"But he got all the most like his voice cracked. Skin, lovely Maria Taylor took it like a. Champ she faced. Him and, again like I, said she's about a half foot taller than. Saving so I was going through in my, mind like if she would've just flat, out like spirit him gone for targeting. Penalty I thought that the only way that could have gotten better if she would have went through like the rear naked choke a throat punch or just a full on tackle that would that would have made for great. Television here's the deal great people as far as the people that are the best in their, business right are, quirky they're. Weird Tiger. Woods was he when he was on top of the golf world was a, weird weird, dude? Right not very, likable it guess? What he was incredible at what he, did Steve. Jobs you don't go ahead Blameless away Peter I. Don't work for the SEC now no don't make, this, okay I'm not saying it's okay, in fact I'm listening I'm a little embarrassed for him and at. The end of the day I'm going wow I bet? I bet Nick Sabin probably thinks he did something wrong and I started growing back in thinking I don't think Nick Sabin cares like Nick Sabin. Wasn't, that interview I explained to you Ben. Was not to. Berea Taylor, it was not, to the college football fans there were watching. Was not to media members right who will, write a million different things or have, radio show hosts talking about it it. Was to about ninety guys that's that's not up not an audience of millions to ninety people and it was the Alabama locker room and you may not like it I don't like it I think he handled it wrong. But then you know what that was that was a message to his locker room saying yeah, I know to, is really. Good but. Stop making me try to throw Jalen hurts underneath the bus he that was, the message, is? So does he, need does Nick? Sabin need to be a nice guy. To the. Media or is he His job to win championships and dedicated to his team answer me, that, it's going to be interesting to, see because we're kind of the first kind of the first take. After this happened late last night so I'll be interested? To see what the media and what the fan response is this, is one of You but Ben you came, at me and you're saying you don't like it and I get it it was, not a good, look but if you're. Nick Sabin in your. Job is to control the Alabama crimson tide is that to be the marketing about Alabama or is that. To to control your locker room as answer. Me that listen I get what you're getting at that he simply sending a message to his, team but to me. That's been the frustration you mentioned Nick Sabin there's no denying it if he's going to, be, going down as. The greatest. College football coach. In history that's that's pretty. Much done and over with but I've said this before on the on air that the way that you go about winning it matters to me and so this is to. Me a great example of why it's just that style like yeah, I get, it he won he's the best I get it all. That but it's not one that I'm going to be real impressed with or surprised by or give a whole lot of credence to because he bulldozed. A lot of people long the way it was just don't necessarily does a lot. Of people Steve Jobs Apple was, where it's at bulldoze a lot of people. Tiger Woods and that's where he's at you. Know bulldoze a lot of people Bill. Belichick and, look at where he's at you know the reason why Mark richt does not augur. Georgia and the reason why I. Think Miami will never win a national championship is because he's a good guy and. He's an okay guy right like he's the guy you want in your neighborhood he has not? The guy that's gonna come, at you at the HOA and be like listen here's the deal your your garbage, cans should be, out at every Tuesday. At nine pm and. That's the way it is I saw two pieces of grass in your in your front yard that needs. To be cut that guy would be the. Greatest HOA guy in the history of the world I'm telling you you need to be incredible, at what you do. You have to have an edge Mark richt doesn't have Jim Harbaugh doesn't have it who's, nine, and nine in. His last. Eighteen games Jim Harbaugh talked about all his. Resumes better than Nick Sabin I don't care Jim Harbaugh is a joke right now I keep Intel being told well you know you gotta give them a little more time. Got a little get a little more time Mark stoops at Kentucky, has more Wins in the. Last eighteen games than Jim Harbaugh Ed owes you're on. Who everybody wants to rip because that's the fun thing to do has twelve, wins? In the last eighteen games that's three more than. Jim Harbaugh but I'm supposed to like Jim Harbaugh Harbaugh stop giving him a help you, know, what I will. When he actually starts winning games he doesn't have that trait when it. Comes to them a championship trait. I don't like what Nick Sabin did but guess what that's what it takes to be excellent. At what you do I don't like it but I understand I disagree fundamentally. That you basically, are just you're you're you're justifying terrible behavior and. You're you're you're you're making out is. You're saying win at all costs it doesn't matter as long as you win you pretty much. Can do whatever you want and that's we've seen on multiple. Levels that that's. A slippery slope a dangerous slope and. One that just leads but, we're, not talking, about urban Meyer deleting text messages after a. Year when it all costs we're not talking. About Joe Paterno going ahead and And God only. Knows not doing what he was supposed to do at Penn State we're talking about him using the media the microphone he was given to give a message, to his team you're right okay so we're talking about instances but you. Okay if you're going to say that the only way to. Win is is the Sabin way and the Belichick way get listen those, two they're going to go down in, history as the? Greatest but that style to me is is not as palatable. As it is as, a dabbler Sweeney, that's why I'm pulling for Daboh Sweeney that's why, I'm, pulling for Doug Peterson to go, on, a run with the Philadelphia Eagles that's, why I believe in. What Jim tressel did when I played for, him the way with which went you win. Matters to people I if you wanna be that guy that just, says when it all costs and as long. As you win you can talk down, at people you've heard the stories about what in Tuscaloosa, the way that Nick Sabin has taught people how I just I just fundamentally don't see the need for link lane kiffin didn't like it and guess what he got blown out, sixty three to four team by Lincoln Riley squad because. He's no longer coaching at Alabama he's over at FAU right I mean listen Mark richt the. Same thing great guy couldn't get it. Done at Georgia because of that mentality because it was a nice guy mentality I if. I'm if I'm an Alabama fan or a football fan I need somebody that's going to be able to, pull something off into have. An, edge and guess what Nick Sabin has it and, it's not politically correct to go ahead and say well, Nick Sabin should've treated Maria Taylor. And Maria Taylor I know I've worked with her she wants to the SEC network with her With me she is one of the best in the business and she handled it like an absolute pro and at the end. Of the day if I asked Maria Taylor she's going to be like I don't really care that's Nick Sabin just being Nick. Sabin and guess what that's one. Of the reasons why? He is the best college football coach because he doesn't care any. Demands excellence and that's. What he's going? To get from his team disagree hit us up at ESPN radio on Twitter at Peter burns ESPN or add. Ben Tune into night, defending. Champion Astros, hosting, angels, presented by indeed coverage. A Senate baseball begins at seven PM eastern on ESPN radio ESPN radio dot com and the app and. APM, over on ESPN in the watch ESPN app all right get, ready for this because it is time for the greatest game of the week ever and it did not include the Alabama crimson. Tide I'll tell you which ones those are next been, Peter, Peterborough will continue to yell at each other next. On ESPN radio show it all. Comes.
Bill Snyder, Holly Rowe and Brett Farve discussed on College Football Live
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Cavaliers take Alabama point guard Collin Sexton with No. 8 pick
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"maria taylor" Discussed on WEEI
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"maria taylor" Discussed on WEEI
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