1 hour and 17 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Basketball Post-Minnesota starts at 1:00 How did we get to a throwaway year? We got fool's gold five-stars who weren't great college players, Frankie bolted for insane reasons, Llewellin got hurt, Michigan own-goaled themselves on Terrance Shannon, Hunter doesn't have the same motivation. Next year? Recruits aren't going to change things but could get everybody back. Year it's like: 2006, except we're not going to have a linebacker covering the slot...unless it's Moten? [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Football: What's Coming Back starts at 32:57 Getting back the OL is a bigger deal than people realize: OL get better. Third cornerback? Odd they haven't hit the portal. They do have options: McBurrows, last year's freshmen, Jyaire Hill...got a long season ramp-up to get him used to playing in the system. One-game season? Or two if Drew Allar is ready. Easy schedules won't last because UCLA and USC will be on the schedule IMMEDIATELY. Coaching staff continuity other than Mr. Computer Crimes. 3. Football: What Happened in the AD's Office? starts at 49:49 What does the way the Harbaugh situation down mean? Might mean Warde is out, or is being told to be out, or just that Ono isn't going to participate in the old song and dance that only Michigan would still dance to. Name one thing Warde's done? Seth: He's extracted at least as much money from the donors as Dave Brandon did without annoying me once. 4. Seth's Hockey Podcast starts at 1:06:27 A lucky(?) three points at Minnesota since the Gophers clanged four off the pipe, but also a great way to utilize Michigan's speed. Like the lineup change because Samo is going to get his no matter what line you put him on. Getting close to being able to roll out three scoring lines when Nazar is ready. The league is suddenly a gauntlet. MUSIC: "Bandages"—Hot Hot Heat "What Ever Happened"—The Strokes "Your Dog"—Soccer Mommy “Across 110th Street”
Sponsor: Click here to learn more about Medi-Share, the most trusted name in health care sharing.The United States is the most permissive country when it comes to pushing gender ideology and prescribing puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones to children, compared to nearly a dozen European countries that have implemented more strenuous barriers for youth seeking to obtain drugs and body-mutilating surgeries to look more like the opposite sex.A group of mothers showed up with their babies at the office of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., to demonstrate how pro-life pregnancy centers supported them in response to the senator's claims that these organizations exist to deceive women.Award-winning singer Jennifer Hudson, who now has her own self-titleddaytime television show, recently featured a 5-year-old preacher's kids who gained notoriety after a video of him baptizing a stuffed animal was seen by millions online.The individual or individuals responsible for leaking the U.S. Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade remains unidentified, according to a recently released report.Subscribe to this Podcast Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Overcast Follow Us on Social Media @ChristianPost on Twitter Christian Post on Facebook @ChristianPostIntl on Instagram Subscribe on YouTube Get the Edifi App Download for iPhone Download for Android Subscribe to Our Newsletter Subscribe to the Freedom Post, delivered every Monday and Thursday Click here to get the top headlines delivered to your inbox every morning! Links to the News US worst country for pushing 'extreme gender ideology' on kids | Politics News Moms visit Sen. Warren's office to refute 'fake clinic' claim | Politics News Abortion activists attack churches, pregnancy centers: list | U.S. News 35 Black churches to get $4M in preservation grants | Church & Ministries News Pastor Johnny Hunt returns to pulpit after sex abuse allegation | Church & Ministries News Jennifer Hudson features 5-year-old kid 'preacher' on new TV show | Entertainment News Supreme Court still hasn't found leaker of abortion ruling draft | Politics News
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The Rays made seven deals made before hearings – including a $4M+ deal for Randy Arozarena. We review Bethancourt/Mejia/Pinto! We also answer your questions, salute @zackblainRBLR on his last day – & welcome our newest teammate: @RealZachDaab! #RaysUp Support The Pod! Buy A Shirt! Use Promo Code “FLAPPY” for 10% OFF! Spotify: RBLR Sports on […]
Apparently, the bank got duped into paying $175m for a company that was built on a foundation of fake users and lies. Plus: Prince Harry's memoir sells 1.4M+ copies on launch day, Kobe Bryant's jersey is up for auction, Ex-FTX founder SBF is under house arrest on $250M bail, and more. Join our hosts Zachary Crockett and Juliet Bennett Rylah as they take you through our most interesting stories of the day. Follow us on social media: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thdspod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thdspod/ Thank You For Listening to The Hustle Daily Show. Don't forget to hit Subscribe or Follow us on Apple Podcasts so you never miss an episode! If you want this news delivered to your inbox, join millions of others and sign up for The Hustle Daily newsletter, here: https://thehustle.co/email/ Plus! Your engagement matters to us. If you are a fan of the show, be sure to leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hustle-daily-show/id1606449047 (and share your favorite episodes with your friends, clients, and colleagues). “The Hustle Daily Show” is a HubSpot Original Podcast // Brought to you by The HubSpot Podcast Network // Produced by Darren Clarke.
This episode of The Next-Level Income Show features Jamie Bateman, an experienced real estate investor and business owner who has been actively buying and selling mortgage notes since early 2018. During this time, he has acquired over 75 mortgage notes with principal balances in excess of $4M with collateral across 20 states and growing. Jamie owns several small businesses and a multi-state rental portfolio worth over $3.5M.More importantly, he has hands-on experience overseeing construction projects and managing properties and has experience in both the title and mortgage industry industries. Having worked for years as a real estate settlement officer and mortgage funding manager.Jamie discusses the void he felt in his life after leaving lacrosse and how that pushed him to seek out a bigger purpose through his family, his business team, and the military, despite facing adversity.He shares the different ways you can get started in the note space as well as some of the unique risks and benefits associated with note investing.Connect with The Next Level Income ShowWEBSITE: www.nextlevelincome.comSOCIAL MEDIA: @thenextlevelincomeshowConnect with JamieLINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-bateman-5359a811/TWITTER: https://twitter.com/batemanjamesINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/batemanjames11/WEBSITE: https://labradorlending.com/ Follow Labrador LendingWEBSITE: https://labradorlending.com/LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/71512077/FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/labradorlendingINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/labradorlendingllc/YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChYrpCUlqFYLy4HngRrmU9QTIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@labradorlendingllc?lang=en Investment Opportunity Are you an accredited investor interested in monthly cash flow from an investment backed by physical real estate? Our income fund--which is uncorrelated to publicly traded stocks and bonds--invests in first-lien mortgage notes diversified by geography, property value and borrower type. The fund aims to pay its investors monthly distributions at a preferred rate of return of 8% annually. And possibly the best part? The fund showcases a short, 12-month commitment. Check it out today! https://investors.appfolioim.com/labradorlending/investor/public_opportunities/5
1 hour and 51 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. TCU: Offense starts at 1:00 Michigan overly punished for mistakes, which drowns out the game: there were four events in this game worth more than a TD and they all happened to Michigan. Like 2010 Illinois but with stakes. Most unforgiveable thing was not making JJ's legs part of the offense. TCU's approach was so aggressive Michigan couldn't comprehend it, since they didn't back off after Michigan burned them with it. JJ had a great game except for his two worst throws of his career. TCU DE/DTs held up well, can't be too mad since they surged the 2nd half and should have scored 60 points (in 18 drives). OL got turned around—some of the running game explosives were there but had mistakes. Why would you play into their hands with inside zone? 2. TCU: Defense starts at 38:38 Probably could have gotten away with the Cover Zero if Turner just doesn't miss that tackle. Shallow screen for two TDs, one is a hat tip, the other a blitz tip. Defending their normal pass game was fine otherwise. Morris was not healthy, Smith had a bad game—devastating that he turned down the 3rd and 2 sack that was there for him because next play is Green blitzes and Quinten Johnson is not covering his guy. Why was Cam Goode in for that drive, which was two huge plays in a row. Defensive end discussion had—Morris barely played, McGregor is a true freshman from the waist down, Harrell had one of his worst games, Upshaw had his worst game, Okie had a bad game. Colson two excellent plays, several terrible plays, next year not so Mouton. 3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, Game Theory, Plus Harbaugh and NCAA "Violations" starts at 1:04:05 The Pax Specialistica has come to an end, but ends with a 59-yard field goal. Thanks to TCU for "freezing" him so he got a practice shot. Harbaugh's late timeouts? You should probably use them early because the most they're going to save is 40 seconds. Smart of TCU to take a PI call there instead of allowing the catch. Refs: Insane to overturn a clear touchdown, refs also put that drive two yards back because they forgot with 49-yard-line it happened on. Seth thinks the targeting call was correct. See: https://twitter.com/alex_kirshner/status/1610457604999741443 Harbaugh contract stuff: Everything is so obviously coming from the agent that you can read his quotes on Twitter. The NCAA stuff is so so weak. MSU fans lol. To OSU fans, nailing Tressel for lying about huge program things that would get him in trouble is not the same as forgetting a burger. More like the difference between nailing Capone for tax fraud versus the IRS finding you were $50 short on your estimated taxes. Seriously, anyone who is taking this seriously never has to be taken seriously ever again. 4. Hoops Takes After MSU starts at 1:35:23 Make your shots is now a refrain after several seasons in a row of not making them when they visit Breslin. What's the problem? For one Hunter Dickinson isn't as motivated this year—perhaps not having to prove himself to the NBA has taken it out of him, but Michigan needs more from their star. Freshmen a little off-kilter in their first true road game is understandable. Have to ride with what you have, but sick of new PGs every year. At least next year they should get Llewellyn back on a medical redshirt. MUSIC: "Watching Strangers Smile"—Parquet Courts "I Don't Wanna Be Famous"—NNAMDÏ "Rock Bottom"—Kevin Morby “Across 110th Street”
The Lancaster County Commissioners recently voted to use over -4M in American Rescue Plan Act -ARPA- funds for -affordable housing- projects. The -350B in ARPA funds -supported by Democrats and Biden- distributed throughout the United States came after the -2.2T in CARES Act funds -supported by Democrats, Republicans, and Trump-. Instead of rejecting this money, Lancaster County accepted it and is now using it for, among other things, government-sponsored housing projects. Local Pastor Joel Saint -Independence Reformed Bible Church- joins The Lancaster Patriot managing editor Chris Hume to discuss the concept of government involvement in housing.
Sadia Haque is the CEO and Co-Founder at ShareTrip, the country's first and leading online travel platform that provides end to end travel solutions and experience. Since its establishment, ShareTrip has served more than half a million travelers and onboarded over 5,000 agents onto its platform. It recently raised $500K from Startup Bangladesh Limited to fuel its international expansion, including another $4M from US-based VC Skycatcher earlier this year. In this episode, we will hear from her on: - How she transitioned from her corporate role into becoming a startup founder - Advice for founders when fundraising across key stages - How she manages her time, stakeholders and priorities as a founder, including as a women founder - How can we foster a community of women entrepreneurs & investors in Bangladesh.
The Lancaster County Commissioners recently voted to use over $4M in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for "affordable housing" projects. The $350B in ARPA funds (supported by Democrats and Biden) distributed throughout the United States came after the $2.2T in CARES Act funds (supported by Democrats, Republicans, and Trump). Instead of rejecting this money, Lancaster County accepted it and is now using it for, among other things, government-sponsored housing projects. Local Pastor Joel Saint (Independence Reformed Bible Church) joins The Lancaster Patriot managing editor Chris Hume to discuss the concept of government involvement in housing.
-Dumbfu** of the week: Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan get arrested for alleged human trafficking -W of the week: Michelob Ultra sent Luka Doncic 20 plus cases of beer to recover -RIP Ken Block, founder of Hoonigan racing, co-founder of DC Shoes, World Rally and Rally America podium threat and a five-time X Games medalist in RallyCross. -RIP Barbara Walters -Prayers up to Jeremy Renner aka Hawkeye -Bad Batch season 2 --What's New in Music? Rolling Stone's 200 greatest singers of all time list is trashhhh Rae Sremmurd - Torpedo Tyga & Chris Brown - Nasty Cuco - First of The Year 6lack - UMI Says --Sports Prayers up for Damar Hamlin, fans raise over $4M for his toy drive RIP Pele one of Futbol's heroes Spida scores 71, Klay scores 54 in 2OT, Bron drops 47 on his bday Killian Hayes gets certified Bad Boy status Danny Ric reportedly getting $18M from McLaren for comp NCAA championship set, TCU vs Georgia -Dean's Fact of the week: #95 -Who's Horny of the week: South Korea will now allow adult sized sex dolls through customs after 3 year ban
How do you get started on Inside/Outside sales and 'The Roofing Machine?' How did Mark Godaire sell 5.4M in a year? What is the future of selling and how can you sell more this week? All this covered in this episode!https://reevaimpact.comhttps://monarchroofing.biz/Our website: https://hookagency.com
Million Dollar Marco, Tony Sharp, and Jake Paul brought the 100x Club to Hooters to celebrate the launch of real-money microbetting in Ohio. The guys talk through Marco's brutal $1.4M loss on NYE, the dopamine rush of microbetting, and share their best bets of the week. *The 100x Club was filmed prior to the tragic incident with Damar Hamlin on Monday Night Football. Our thoughts and prayers go out to him, his family, the Buffalo Bills, and the NFL.
It's Tuesday already as Automotive welcomes everyone else back to work. Today we're talking about Tesla's new US Chief. We're also covering the end of ICE sales for Hyunday in Norway, as well as the autonomous tech company now exclusively owned by VolvoIn the latest news from Tesla headquarters China Chief Tom Zhu has been promoted to oversee the electric car maker's US Assembly plants as well as sales operations in the US, Europe, and North America making him the highest-profile executive at Tesla, second only to CEO Elon Musk. Zhu will also continue to serve as Tesla's most senior executive for sales in the rest of AsiaZhu was hired by Tesla last year to troubleshoot production issues in the US, and under his leadership, the Shanghai plant rebounded strongly from COVID lockdowns in China.Co-workers have said Zhu was among the first batch of employees sleeping in the factory as they sought to keep it runningKnown as a no-fuss manager w/ a buzz cut, favors Tesla-branded fleece jackets and has lived in a government-subsidized apartment that is a 10-minute drive from the Shanghai Gigafactory.Note Tesla missed its annual sales target in 2022 although they did produce 1.31M vehicles, 40% more than 2021As of yesterday, Hyundai has completely stopped selling ICE vehicles in the country of NorwayNorway's goal is to end ICE sales by 2025 with most vehicles currently having a plug and only a few percent being ICE2020 about 55% BEV, 2021 about 65%, 2022 estimated close to 80%Thomas Rosvold, Managing Director, Hyundai Motor Norway - “We have great faith in our model portfolio, and now that we have launched the all-new IONIQ 6, the time has come to sell only all-electric cars in the Norwegian market.“Norway is the 4th richest countries in the world, has population of 5.4M (greater Philadelphia) an is about the same size as New Mexico (pop 2.12 M)Get 90% of their electricity from hydro sources Have to speak Norwegian if you want to immigrate there…speaking of nordic countriesAfter buying out the last 13.5% of shares from ECARX, Volvo is now the proud owner of Zenseact, an autonomous driving software development company. The software company will remain a stand-alone subsidiary of the Swedish automakerThe company initially purchased 15% of the company in 2021From the company's site:We're a software company dedicated to revolutionizing car safety. By designing the complete software stack for autonomous driving and advanced driver-assistance systems, we're fightGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email Share your positive dealer stories: https://www.asotu.com/positivity ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
1 hour and 50 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. TCU Preview: Offense starts at 1:00 Don't buy the "They ain't played nobody" line; TCU's schedule was the same, also Michigan beat Ohio State, a Playoff team, 45-23 on the road. Spread offense with Duggan pulling out magic. Has a deep ball down, has some good deep threats in huge receivers Quentin Johnson, the star, TE Jared Wiley who's 6-7, and Savion Williams who's 6-5. Plus a standard slot and a good running back. The OL doesn't get much push; they're all the same 6-5/300 too-stiff-for-tackle guard, give up pass rush, but don't let Duggan loose. Man up Johnson on Johnston or play lots of zone? Seth thinks man; Brian thinks zone. 2. TCU Preview: Defense starts at 35:20 It's the 404 Tite, with ISU's three-safety three-high look that temps you into passing. Positionless defense is tough on reads but breakable if you plow through it; Michigan might want to go many-TEs and push the gap out to the edge versus smaller force defenders. DL want to take on doubles, Michigan moves those kinds of DTs. LBs are not the most athletic sorts; would be great if Edwards's hand is healthy enough to make him a passing game threat again. 3. TCU Preview: Special Teams and Heuristics starts at 1:02:33 Their slot is also a dangerous returner; just kick it out of the endzone. Meh Aussie punter, very good kicker who rarely misses and has a career long of 54. Michigan hopes Brad Robbins was hurt when their punt efficiency went off a cliff later in the season. Their season was Vikings-esque, pulling out all of the games that could have swung either way, benefiting from things like Texas not hitting any open deep shots. Discussion on the meta of Playoff competition, TCU being at the lower end of teams to make it. 2015 MSU was the outlier; every other Playoff team is at least good. Ryan Day scenarios. 4. Hot Takes and Hoops vs North Carolina starts at 1:22:46 Hard to beat UNC when your best player is a no-show. The quadruple technical was some weenie-ass officiating, Seth's still mad at Hunter for doing that when fouls on either center are the game. Good to see Bufkin turning into a real star, good to see Jett can shoot over any wing. What to do now? Kinda have to roll with what they got and hope TW and HD can pick up their games. MUSIC: "Surfing in Iceland"—Goth Babe "New Beginning"—Automatic "Ain't That Enough"—The Teenage Fan Club “Across 110th Street”
EPISODE SUMMARY Join scientist and mindset & high-performance coach Claudia Garbutt and business coach & operations consultant Kyle Livingston as they talk about the importance of systems to help you build wildly successful businesses. In this episode we talk about: Turning your pain into your fuel Lessons from a failed business and building three successful 7-figure businesses Closing 2.4M in revenue in 12 months: Best tips for getting better at sales EPISODE NOTES From being left at a yard sale as a 12-week-old baby to losing $160k of his own money in a failed company, Kyle knows what failure feels like, tastes like, and smells like. But he did not let his circumstances determine his attitude in life. From the lessons learned, Kyle Livingston has since built three 7 figure brick and mortar companies and helped turn nine companies in the red to be wildly profitable. Now as a Business Consultant and Coach his goal is to help others turn Chaos into Profit. Website: https://www.7figureindustry.com Insta: https://www.instagram.com/7figurekyle YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC86jtZmQX-MmJ8UY4YgIh0A Free business tools and templates: https://www.visionaryvitals.com/ ------------------ Music credit: Vittoro by Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue) ----------------- If you enjoyed this episode, learned something new, had an epiphany moment - or were reminded about a simple truth that you had forgotten, please let me know by rating & reviewing this show on https://linktr.ee/wiredforsuccess. Oh, and make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss out on any of the amazing future episodes! If you don't listen on iTunes, you can find all the episodes here. HELPFUL RESOURCES Want to become healthier, happier, and more productive? Join the Global Virtual Summit on Habit Change & High-Performance Habits from January 23-26 to learn all the science-based tools, techniques, and strategies to make 2023 your best year yet. During the 4 days, you'll learn all you need to know about creating better habits from renowned neuroscientists, behavioral scientists, coaches, entrepreneurs, and high-performance experts from all around the world. Our expert speakers will share their latest research data, insights, and actionable tips that set you up for sustainable success. Can't wait to secure one of the limited summit tickets? Get your ticket here: https://wiredforsuccess.thrivecart.com/summit-high-performance-habits/ Disclaimer: Episodes might contain sponsored content.
Welcome to Episode #11. My guest today is a friend, world class Entrepreneur and an even better person, Mr. Paul Goodman. As the CFO and Co-Founder of Pura Vida Bracelets, Paul is charged with ensuring the growth and financial success of the multimillion-dollar jewelry and lifestyle brand. www.puravidabracelets.com Immediately after graduating from SDSU, Paul and his best friend, Griffin Thall, teamed up with two Costa Rican artisans to launch the brand. Within a decade, the startup has become one of the biggest jewelry companies around, with millions of fans all across the globe. Paul is not only dedicated to building a strong brand culture both internally and externally, but he's also passionate about making an impact on the lives of other people. He helps provide full-time jobs to more than 550 artisans around the world, and the brand's Charity Collection has raised more than $4M for charitable causes and organizations. His financial acumen allowed the brand to achieve 57% year-over-year growth in 2019, while maintaining consistent levels of profitability. Paul was also instrumental in securing a $130M investment from iconic lifestyle brand Vera Bradley. Paul is a member of global leadership organization YPO and has been featured on Forbes' “30 Under 30” list. Pura Vida is one of Inc.'s 5,000 Fastest-Growing Companies in America, and was named LA Business Journal's Direct to Consumer Brand of the Year in 2019. In his spare time, Paul enjoys surfing, traveling the world and raising his daughter, Romy. Enjoy! Time Stamps: 5:18 The origin story of how Pura Vida was born 7:15 Jorge, Joaquin and the first 400 bracelets 11:14 The jar approach to inventory management 13:38 Influencer marketing before "influencers" was a thing 15:50 The Campus Rep program helps expand across the US 17:50 Their elaborate initial pricing strategy 22:20 The trade show intro that changed the game for their business 26:30 the loyalty to Jorge and Joaquin 30:35 the infamous coin flip for CEO 32:25 Establishing the Pura Vida culture and hiring throughout the years (micro to 32:32) 33:33 the transition to adding retail stores 37:20 $130 Million exit to Vera Bradley 37:49 From doubters to haters to the praise - having fun along the way 43:15 parental advice from PG! Follow Paul- LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-goodman-1721a115/ Insta: https://www.instagram.com/paulgoodman/ Bryan - Insta: https://www.instagram.com/bduzco/
The Guest Steve Lorenz covers Michigan athletics and recruiting for 247Sports. They've got a 50% off flash sale if you subscribe today. The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com, or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, TicketIQ, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Grand Gesture The Video: For those of you asking, the guy in the upper-left is Alex Drain. You may not know him, but he's probably seen film on you, and has you cold. [After THE JUMP: What we said] --------------------- 1. Across the Crooked Blue Line, wsg Steve Lorenz: Offense starts at the top. QB Kendrick Bell: Uh, is he a quarterback? Who cares, he's Ronnie's brother. RB Cole Cabana: Put on weight, become Donovan Edwards. Doesn't mind blocking. RB Benjamin Hall: Low-rated, but thick and has some wiggle. WR Karmello English: Late pull out of SEC country, athletic, can play outside. WR Semaj Morgan: Comp was Sainristil before the switch. WR Fredrick Moore: Steve very high on him. Productive, great routes, skinny. Roundtree! TE Deakon Tonielli: 6'6" athlete, needs to gain some pounds before he's Loveland 2.0. TE Zack Marshall: Staff loves the measurements, athleticism. OT Evan Link: Staff thinks he's a 5-star. Important to get a true OT in this class. OG Amir Herring: The high floor. Center possibility? OG Nathan Efobi: The high ceiling. Long way to go. PK Adam Samaha: Steve is on a mission to give kickers some love. 2. Across the Crooked Blue Line, wsg Steve Lorenz: Defense starts at 34:40 DT Trey Pierce: Late riser, didn't rise high enough. Immediate Kris Jenkins. DT Brooks Bahr: Long (e.g. Godin) DT who can't stay blocked. SDE Enow Etta: Headliner, big for a DE, moves like one anyways. Mike Morris? WDE Aymeric Koumba: No floor, no ceiling. France, FRA. MLB Semaj Bridgeman: Scouting pass/fail for Helow. He+sites high, other schools not. MLB Hayden Moore: Tackling machine from Unscoutable, CO. M wanted bad. ATH Jason Hewlett: What is he? An athlete! A Viper! A receiver? EDGE Breeon Ishmail: What is he? An edge. To grow. S D'Juan Waller Jr.: What is he? Could be Jeremy Clark. Could be a FS. CB Cameron Calhoun CB Jyaire Hill: The Illinois battle. The Vibe. All the ability, teach him CB immediately. 3. Portal starts at 1:06:44 QB Jack Tuttle: We need depth, he increases his rolodex. Locker room guy. TE AJ Barner: Also a locker room guy. Tough to scout TE in a Walt Bell offense, but should Schoon. OG/OT LaDarius Henderson: The new Olu. Could have gone pro. Will be LT or Zinter. LFG! C Drake Nugent: Now we defend PFF: two QB pressures in hundreds and hundreds of pass sets. OT Myles Hinton: Needs a reset, was hurt last year, was not good in 2021. Would he take a redshirt? WDE Josaiah Stewart: More devilish than Danna. Huge deal for M's needs. Proverbial "dip." WLB Ernest Hausmann: Was #1 in the portal. M saw his best game, came around late in the season. Portal and Michigan: This is going well, probably because of a little luck this year in what was available, also because the market is bigger. This is not how MSU is doing it. 4. Wrap starts at 1:43:46 What happened? Coaching turnover/Harbaugh's NFL flirtation killed momentum, and then NIL, which is the difference between Michigan and Notre Dame this time. Future is brighter: M is getting their feet under them with NIL, staff is stabilized again. This was the Year of NIL, Michigan didn't play, and a lot of those who did set unreasonable expectations that are going to see these guys portaling. About the Featured Musician Grand Gesture (bandcamp, Spotify) is a Brooklyn-based jam/psych band that emphasizes sophisticated song writing, seamlessly crossing genre boundaries, and interweaving a thread of catchiness. Song choices: Gift of Sleep I Can't Explain Computer Love Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken down, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
Country artist Tyler Rich has such an incredible connection with his fans, and you'll see why in this episode. Enjoy moments of laughter and meaning as Tyler expands on the work it took to become a world-famous songwriter and country artist.Also in this episode:Pumpkin Pie, Salmon, and Quail Eggs; a critiqueRadio tour and the challenging yet rewarding experience it isWhat's more intimidating? 15, 50, or 500-person audiences?Tyler's various childhood introductions to live musicThe many influences that shape Tyler's musicFrom the Casino Circuit to Nashville, TennesseeA dream, a business card, and a lie6 Hour French lesson produced a Top 10 Billboard HitAbout Tyler:Northern California-raised, Nashville-rooted Tyler Rich found his love of music gathered around a Christmas tree alongside family singing holiday classics and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Fast forward to graduating college with a degree in Economics, Tyler moved to LA to pursue a different game of numbers–music–exploring various genres with songwriting and bands before taking the leap as a solo artist. Since, he has been named a 2018 CMT Listen Up artist, 2019 Pandora Artist and Rolling Stone touted him as “the newest member of country music's radio-minded incoming class, with a homecoming king's swagger and a valedictorian's songwriting smarts. ”Amassing over 394.4M+ total global streams with his debut album TWO THOUSAND MILES (The Valory Music Co.), featuring GOLD-certified “The Difference,” plus subsequent releases “Better Than You're Used To” and The Cadillac Three's Jaren Johnston-produced “A Little Bit of You.” With “Thinkin' We're In Love,” an English and French duet with one of Canada's most successful bilingual singer-songwriters, Marie-Mai, Tyler has announced a headline tour of the same name. Tickets are on sale now for his headline THINKIN' WE'RE IN LOVE TOUR. His music embodies the feelings all people have in common –the need for acceptance, devotion and a place to call their own–and that empathetic spirit extends to animals too. With Rich Rescues, Tyler visits local shelters while out on the road to raise awareness for pet adoption.https://www.tylerrich.comEpisode sponsored by: Habana Cubawww.GaryScottThomas.com
The United States Supreme Court has put a stay on the termination of an immigration measure aimed at limiting the number of people who could seek asylum in the nation for medical reasons.Christian actor Kirk Cameron said that two public libraries are working with him to host a reading of his new faith-based children's book after multiple libraries across the U.S. refused to host him.Controversial Brooklyn Bishop Lamor Whitehead of Leaders of Tomorrow International Ministries was arrested and charged Monday for fraud, extortion and lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.At 69, Kathie Lee Gifford wants to use her platform for a single goal: furthering the Kingdom of God.Subscribe to this Podcast Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Overcast Subscribe to Generation Indoctrination Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Get the Edifi App Download for iPhone Download for Android Subscribe to Our Newsletter Subscribe to the Freedom Post, delivered every Monday and Thursday Click here to get the top headlines delivered to your inbox every morning! Links to the News Supreme Court keeps Title 42 immigration policy alive, for now | Politics News Kirk Cameron to hold story hour at libraries that rejected him | U.S. News Mass. supreme court rules against physician-assisted suicide Fraudulent ministry receives $8.4M in COVID-19 relief funds | U.S. News SBC group launches leadership institute to benefit black churches | Church & Ministries News Kathie Lee Gifford will 'never retire' from sharing Gospel | Entertainment News Brooklyn pastor robbed of jewelry being sued by member over scam | Church & Ministries News Gunmen rob pastor, congregants of $1M in jewelry inside church | U.S. News Brooklyn bishop arrested for fraud, extortion and lying to FBI | U.S. News
Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Bitcoin is up slightly at $16,747 Ethereum is up .5% at $1,185 Binance Coin is up .5% at $249 Voyager Digital to be acquired by binance.us Binance global finalizes acquisition of Tokocrypto. Ren Protocol is winding down with $15M locked. Former Bitmex CEO Alexander Höptner files a $3.4M claim against Bitmex for wrongful termination. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lisa Smith, team leader of Smith & Co at COMPASS in Southern Marin County came out of the high-tech industry with 30 years of experience and wasn't afraid to shoot for the stars. She decided to focus on luxury right out of the game and her first closing was a $4M deal. Lisa shadowed a top producer for one year and looks back on that time as a wonderful gift. Connect with Lisa at https://smithandcorealtors.com/ ---------- Visit www.builthow.com to sign up for our next live or virtual event. Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
This week's Espresso covers updates from NotCo, AltScore, and more!Outline of this episode:[00:28] - NotCo raises a $70M extension of its Series D round[00:47] - Destacame closes a $10M Series B round[00:59] - AltScore raises a $3.5M seed round[01:10] - Plenna secures a $4.4M seed round[01:22] - Nubank announces a $330M equity capitalization[01:38] - Flapper secures $5.6M in a Series A round[01:51] - Grupo Aval invests $30M in its fintech Dale![02:01] - New Crossing Borders episodeResources & people mentioned:Companies & Startups: NotCo, Destacame, AltScore, Plenna, Nubank, Flapper, Dale!, Talently.VCs, Accelerators, Institutions: Princeville Capital, Banco Santander, Far Out VC, Urban Innovation Fund, Grupo Aval.People: Matías Muchnick, Doménica Obando.
Why are there housing crises in online games, and how did a plot of “virtual land” go for $4M in Sandbox's Metaverse last year? What is a land economy, and how do you run it? We bring on Lars Doucet, virtual land economy consultant and author of “Land and Why It Matters” and Khaled Alroumi, Head of Monetization at Big Time Studios to discuss the concept of land economies, whether land should be a primary or secondary driver of your game economy, what to do about taxes and rent, and the do's and don'ts of running one. Hosted by Alexandra Takei.Lars Doucet “Land is a Big Deal”: https://landisabigdeal.com/Khaled Alroumi: https://www.linkedin.com/in/khaled-alroumi-70b222b7/And don't forget to check out Polkastarter's GAM3 Awards that airs on December 15th, 3pm UTC: https://gam3awards.comIf you would like us to discuss any other blockchain gaming-related topics, do reach out at email@example.com. We'd love to hear your general thoughts and feedback too! And as always, if you like the episode, you can help others find us by leaving a rating or review!TLDListen?: Episode summaryWatch the episode: YouTube video Join the discussion: Naavik DiscordRead more: Naavik DigestWatch more: YouTube channelGo premium: Naavik ProFollow us: Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | WebsiteSound design by Gavin Mc Gabe.
Description: Sharing their story today is Hailey Schwartz, the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Actual Veggies. Hailey chatted about her childhood growing up in California, running cross country and biking in the mountains, to working on the advertising team for her school newspaper at the University of Michigan, to working at a startup where she realized that work can actually be fun. She talks about how she met her Co-Founder in 2020, why they decided to launch Actual Veggies on QVC of all places, and how she fundraised a $4M seed round during Covid over Zoom.Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:Give the gift of the world's most beautiful spice rack and get 15% off by using the promo code STAIRWAY15 at www.evermill.comGet 20% off luxury fitness equipment that you won't want to hide in your closet by using the promo code STAIRWAY20 at www.equiptmovement.comIn This Episode You'll Hear About:(1:30) More about Actual Veggies, the new food brand reinventing veggie burgers to make them healthy and delicious with naturally colorful patties that taste just like their primary vegetables and have no oils, fillers, or preservatives. Now available in over 2,000 retail stores nationwide.(4:00) What it was like growing up in Agoura Hills, California, and spending a lot of time being active with cross country, biking, or going to the beach(6:45) Why she believes she never thought she was entrepreneurial but was always working and planned to go the corporate route(7:50) Some of her first jobs after graduating from the University of Michigan, like working at AOL to her first startup, and what she learned (12:00) Why she thought it was impossible for work to be fun until she got the entrepreneur itch(15:10) How she got the entrepreneurial itch, knowing that she wanted to be her own boss, and meeting her Co-Founder who had the idea for Actual Veggies(17:30) How they validated that they'd be good Co-Founders together, and how to find the complementary skill sets(25:00) What makes their veggie burgers different from the others, and how they got to market and validated the idea(28:20) How they launched on QVC, and why it ended up being a great option for them(33:00) The events that food brands should be invested in going to for opportunities(38:50) The grand vision for the brand, and the best pieces of advice she has for aspiring entrepreneursTo Find Out More:https://actualveggies.com/Quotes:“I saw that everyone was having a lot of fun and it really opened my eyes to this idea that work could be fun.”“I think I was necessarily not in the right role for me and I didn't know how to get to that right role.”“I knew that I wanted to be my own boss.”“I liked hearing people who got to do so many different things all day long because I loved wearing multiple hats.”“They all taste like their primary ingredients. So what we're doing is making a clean, really good-tasting veggie burger.”“Our retail strategy is mostly our focus.”“Make friends with other founders and expand your network.”“Don't ask a million people, have one or two advisors and trust yourself.”“You're never going to get everything right, you just have to execute the plan you put in place.”“Trying something new and just doing something is really important. I see people get scared of how they start and I think just actually putting one foot forward really helps.”
It's another coaching call! You can learn strategies for navigating their finances, ditching the rentals as a real estate investor, and building their wealth and net worth. Today, let's learn from Jackson, a Registered Nurse with a $1.4M net worth. Before, he had a whole plan to work on his job until retirement and have his pension by that time. Then he realized he didn't want to be in this job forever and also wanted to become financially independent with passive investment. Be like Jackson and join the free coaching call. Visit https://simplepassivecashflow.com/club.
It's another coaching call!You can learn strategies for navigating their finances, ditching the rentals as a real estate investor, and building their wealth and net worth. Today, let's learn from Jackson, a Registered Nurse with a $1.4M net worth. Before, he had a whole plan to work on his job until retirement and have his pension by that time. Then he realized he didn't want to be in this job forever and also wanted to become financially independent with passive investment. Be like Jackson and join the free coaching call. Visit https://simplepassivecashflow.com/club. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of the Note Closers Show, Scott Carson interviews Reena Friedman Watts from Mega Watts Production. Reena shares her background and her entrepreneurial journey from production assistant on the Jerry Springer show to where she is today. She shares the valuable lessons that she has learned along the way and why it's important for people to identify opportunities in their current career path that can help propel them to their future goals. There's not much Reena Friedman Watts hasn't done in her professional life. She's scoured the NPR newswire for stories. She's combed through hundreds of small claims cases. She's worked on reality TV shows such as The Jerry Springer Show, Court TV, and Nanny 911. She's worked in Radio. She's planned mega-events for the telecom and finance industries. She's secured sponsors and emceed. She's booked sensational and hard-to-get guests such as Howard Schultz, Barbara Corcoran, Ken Coleman, and Derek Sivers on Cathy Heller's Don't Keep Your Day Job Podcast and boosted the downloads from 4M to nearly 15M.Reena has a God-given talent for connecting people and building communities, and she bestows her magic on people in the most selfless and genuine way. Ideas for how people can achieve the fantastic flow out of her head as effortlessly as breath flows into her lungs. Her diverse background and skill set allow her to seamlessly weave in and out of multiple markets and find her way through doors that don't open for others. She coaches entrepreneurs on how to get unstuck and find their first clients, she gets blurbs from influencers for their best-selling books, and she even helps them grow communities of their own.Reena is a questioner and a story junkie, and she's scratching that itch on her highly anticipated podcast, Better Call Daddy. She's telling the stories that haven't been told and sprinkling them with wisdom from one of her most trusted advisors, her Dad.Reena is a hustler, a change-maker, and a consummate connector. Imagine what she can do for you.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Note Closers Show community today:WeCloseNotes.comThe Note Closers Show FacebookThe Note Closers Show TwitterScott Carson LinkedInThe Note Closers Show YouTubeThe Note Closers Show VimeoThe Note Closers Show InstagramWe Close Notes Pinterest
1 hour and 53 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Offense vs Purdue starts at 1:00 Blocking was there—Purdue kept delivering free hitters, but how do you grade it if the free hitter's a cornerback versus Edwards? Surprised that JJ only threw 17 passes—felt like he was slinging it. We can remember each one because they were all remarkable. Also remarkable was true freshman Colston Loveland, because that was so smooth. Don't bulk up—just be you! And then Donovan Edwards: star performance. Set up blocks, ran around guys. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs Purdue starts at 47:45 Purdue was moving the ball, part of that was Aidan O'Connell and Chuck Sizzle were balling. Part of it was Moten, who had at least four really bad breakdowns in one drive. Sometimes he was running into Michael Barrett, who also struggled that drive. How come our LBs don't chip? Harrell played well, spin-off sack vs the bad RT. Okie shoved a guy into O'Connell's legs. The DTs were making him uncomfortable. Will Johnson: Dude. This is what happens with the 5-star freshmen. 3. Hot Takes, Special Teams and Game Theory starts at 1:09:57 The fake punt: Welschof needs to come up on the edge. Sad field goals. Michigan tried a new style punt. Swinging gate 2PC was fun, win percentage doesn't change from 16 (99%) to 17 (99%) or 15 (99%) so whatever. Time management at the end of the half: go for it on 4th and 2? Maybe just don't give them a drive. Officials: If your review takes 4 minutes and 32 seconds you should be shot at midfield. Running into the kicker: wasn't—he touched the ball, should be a carve-out if the punter isn't a punter because he drops it or something. M got a ticky-tack illegal formation, they got away with a facemask horrible, Okie got away with terrible acting. 4. Hoops vs Kentucky & Virginia starts at 1:40:23 Sucks that they lost both games, also sucks that it looks like we're going to lose Llewellin for the season. Good that they were able to compete with two good teams. Losing Frankie is such a bummer, cold take. Turn Kobe Bufkin into the PG, run the offense out of Hunter, see if Barnes can be your two so you don't have too many limited defenders on the court at once. MUSIC: "New Day Tonight"—Michael Rault "The Lost World"—Babytron "Heartbreaker"—The Walkmen “Across 110th Street”
Welcome back to THE Sport Law Podcast. There is never a dull day in the world of sports, and we keep you up to date with everything at the intersection of sports and the law. Dan Lust, Steph and Evan Mattel cover the latest news. The US soccer social media posted a picture of the flags of the US, England, Wales, and Iran, but they blocked out the Islamic Republic symbol in the middle of the Iranian flag. (3:00) The post was to represent the games the US would play in the group stages and blocking out the Iranian flag symbol was to support the current protests happening in Iran. Iran has now stated this is a violation of the FIFA charter, under section 13, for offending the dignity or integrity of a country. The punishment calls for a 10 game suspension. Iranian players have showed support of these protests. Olivia Dunne has made recent news for her NIL deals. (11:05) Dunne is an LSU gymnast and a part of the Olympic gymnastics team. A NY Times article was published stating that "sex sells" regarding her attractiveness in making more money for NIL deals. Dunne has a very strong following on social media with 2.4M followers on Instagram and has proven her ability in gymnastics and is very good at social media. Matt Tympanick (@TympanickLaw) and Landis Barber (@LandisBarber) join to break down a number of sports law news. Antonio Brown has another legal news story. (19:40) Brown's fiancé has brought assault charges against him, and Brown has a warrant out for his arrest for throwing a shoe at her. A former NFL player Jon Kitna's son has been charged with child pornography possession. (27:00) Jalen Kitna is a backup quarterback for the University of Florida. Kitna was alleged to distribute an image of child sex abuse on a public discord. The NCAA has been sued for antitrust violations related to college baseball. (34:55) This class-action antitrust suit was brought by volunteer division 1 coaches because the NCAA restricts baseball coaches to three paid coaches. The Rose Bowl reached an agreement with the college football playoff committee. (41:40) Thus, the college football playoff will be expanded to 12 teams beginning in 2024. Matt provides updates on the criminal charges that were filed against Michigan State football players following the Michigan v. Michigan State game. (43:21) Deshaun Watson is making his return to the football field following the suspension from the sexual assault cases against him. (50:20) Attorney Tony Buzbee has announced that he will be bringing 10 of Watson's accusers to the game in Houston and sitting in a suite. Dan and Conlan are back with the betting segment sponsored by Bettor Edge. (1:03:27) Make sure that you head over to bettoredge.com and use the promo code "Conduct" for $20 free for bets or go to bettoredge.com/conduct. *** Have a topic you want to write about? ANYONE and EVERYONE can publish for ConductDetrimental.com. Let us know if you want to join the team. Dan Wallach (@WallachLegal) | Dan Lust (@SportsLawLust) | Mike Lawson (@mike_sonof_law) | Justin Mader (@MaderLaw) Twitter | Instagram | TikTok | YouTube | Website | Email
The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com, or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Tres Crow The Video: [After THE JUMP: What we said] --------------------- 1. Purdue Preview starts at the top Meh. O'Connell isn't talented but he can fill the role of Air Raid QB and get the ball to Charlie Jones, who's been their most effective weapon. Next is the tight end. Defense is a bunch of guys playing Ron English ball. The Cover 2 breaks down, not great at tackling, heavy up front except they're down a DT. 2. The Game After Review: Offense vs OSU starts at 28:46 This is what they wanted. The advanced stats can't account for this style of play because if you give up 10 touchdown opportunities and the opponent hits seven you get blown out. Michigan missed some of their shots early, blocking was the same it is usually. McCarthy's legs led to explosives. Was it the block of the year? 2. The Game After Review: Defense vs OSU starts at 50:01 This is what we wanted. Ohio State was expecting more pressure, Michigan sat back and played games with the defensive backs. Sainristil had a DAY. Jenkins stood out, Harrell had a good game for him. Strategy was to get Day to give up the run, which he would do at the first provocation. 4. Hoops vs Virginia, Kentucky Preview, World Cup if we get to it starts at 1:06:47 That was their shot. Worried about the defensive ceiling Dickinson and Williams because they went small and we couldn't stop them from driving. Need one vs Kentucky or UNC now. USA got out of their group, definitely getting tired after 60 minutes of their heavy press. Pulisic should be okay, probably not going 90. What's a win this year? About the Featured Musician Tres Crow (Spotify) is my best friend. Originally from Grand Haven, he was in a few bands there, then came to Michigan where we met and jammed around. Junior year he formed the band Oblivion, who became our core lifelong friend group. After college he had a short solo career, punctuated by some success in a group called Greenland and again with a breakaway called Noble Three. That landed him in Nashville and then he got married and that was it for the solo career. But his music's still out there, and it's high time you listen to it. I'm the friend in the 3rd song who "grew wider than tall." Shadow Box Second Head Shipwrecked Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken down, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
Social media changes everyday so hurry and listen to this episode on how to be ahead of the trends before it's too late. Grow your social media presence and community in 2023 and learn from pro Jeffrey Juarez of Our Filipino Grandma a feel-good content creator who shares love and happiness with millions of followers around the world. How did Jeffrey grow to 230K followers on Instagram and 1.4M+ on TikTok? Grab some tea or coffee and take some notes. Also discussed in this episode: -How to plan social media breaks, research trends, and create a content schedule for yourself -Monetization advice for your first ad -How to watch videos and content when researching so that you can hit a new trend before it gets too hot -How to spend your first $300 on an ad -Advice for what content to put your money behind -Best tips on making friends with the Tik Tok and IG algorithm -Staying authentic and building community -& so much more Find Jeffrey and his Lola on Instagram at @ourfilipinograndma & @jeff_juarez_ Love this episode? Leave us a review on Apple & follow us at @ConsciousKitchenPod Don't forget to follow Laura and Liz on Instagram! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional. Special 10% off your first month for our listeners at: betterhelp.com/consciouskitchenpodcast
3 hours(!!!) and 11 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. General Vibes starts at 1:00 The story looked like it was going to be "Michigan lost this game because Blake Corum and Mike Morris were out and Michigan didn't have the recruiting depth to make up for it." And then Mike Sainristil completely denies a touchdown with a pass break-up. Ohio State said "make JJ beat us." And then he did. Michigan exposed Ohio State to their 3rd down issues. Ohio State's whole offseason was about saying "last year was a fluke." It wasn't. On 3rd and short, Ohio State is sawft. Michigan has always been behind the meta game vs Ohio State. For the first time in a long time, it feels like Michigan is ahead of Ohio State tactically. Michigan can simulate Ohio State's offense in practice, but can Ohio State simulate Michigan's smash mouth run game? The story of Ohio State last year was they had a bad defensive coordinator and Michigan was able to expose their flaws. This year... they still exposed the Ohio State's defense's flaws. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Offense vs Ohio State starts at 23:30 Ohio State comes in with a very aggressive defensive approach, so Michigan throws deep to Cornelius Johnson. That same play happened in the Penn State vs Ohio State game. Brian's takes are preserved. Michigan wasn't able to run their go-to offense, but once they hit the deep balls to Cornelius Johnson and Colston Loveland Ohio State had to drop their safeties. THEN Michigan could run their offense. What is a "catchable" ball? JJ had some great decision making, especially on some scrambles and on his touchdown run when Ohio State wasn't set. Olu is Brian's favorite Center, even more than senior Molk. Once again, just a little bit of QB run was able to confuse the defense. Cornelius Johnson's route running was frustrating for much of the year, all is forgiven after this game. They did a lot to set up that RB pass play to Loveland. Colston Loveland is ready now. 3. Defense vs Ohio State starts at 1:03:08 Alex's take on the Ohio State offense from a month ago was on point. Once Ohio State gets to 3rd and short, they are horrible. They don't have a consistent run game that can get 3-ish yards. You can't build a run game off of getting either 12 yards or no yards. There were a lot of plays where Michigan couldn't get to Stroud, but CJ Stroud didn't have anything. If CJ Stroud runs at all it might change Michigan's defensive approach but Stroud won't even scramble. The coverage in this game was incredible. Michigan finally gets turnover luck in The Game and it didn't even really matter. There was maybe one bust? Last year Sainristil caught the flea flicker from Cade, this year he went god mode on defense, so next year he'll be the kicker. Will Johnson has grown up. Ohio State had their heads down in the 4th quarter and Michigan knew "we are going to win." The headbutt was probably the end. McGregor had a great TFL to eventually force a punt. God bless Michael Barrett, he didn't have a huge role in this defense but he sticks it out and he had to learn a whole new role. His progress has been outstanding. There is probably some truth to the idea that these players are completely bought into the program. Michigan is now Stanford with more talent. Rod Moore is not boring but in a good way! 4. Hot Takes and Game Theory starts at 1:43:38 Takes hotter than Ryan Day's hot seat. Brian's hot takes voice has transcended. The biggest bummer from this game might be that if Blake Corum puts up Donovan Edwards' numbers he would win the Heisman. Ryan Day is a coward and a turtle. Several of Ohio State's punts were probably a "go for it" situation. He is a super conservative coach on 4th down decision making. Some of these decisions might be from the fact that Ohio State has never really needed to play in dogfights or from playing down. Stroud was begging to go for it on 4th down after the 1st and 35, they still punted. Ohio State had a fake punt that they could've gotten a huge gain from, but they botched it. MSU and OSU's hate for Michigan finally backfired. Ohio State seemed like they weren't expecting Michigan to fight back like they did. Michigan's clock management before halftime was probably the right move. That was a gutsy 4th and 1 call, all things considered. Would a punt have been better than Moody attempting a 57 yard field goal? Ryan Day turtle'd and Michigan gets it right, is he on the hot seat? If you play offensive line at Michigan, people will know your name. Michigan is recruiting heavily in Ohio now, what happens when you beat Ohio State? Do any of Michigan's coaches leave after this season? 5. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 2:43:24 Jamie gives us his personal takes on The Game. Purdue wins the Big Ten West, somehow. Indiana lost their quarterback on the opening drive. Purdue is a much better matchup for Michigan than Illinois. This year is similar to last year where Michigan dodged a hot Wisconsin team (and Illinois is the new Wisconsin). Northwestern goes 0-11 in North America and 1-0 in Europe. Why is Spencer Petras playing football?? Nebraska wins an improbably(?) game against Iowa. The sins of the Iowa offense caught up with them, Nebraska has a bad defense but the Hawkeyes put up less than 300 yards. Michigan State rushes for 25 yards and fails to gain bowl eligibility - they get rushing rutger'd! Michael Penix is... 5th in the Heisman trophy odds??? Michigan State might be in for another long year next year. Minnesota gets their 3rd win over Wisconsin in five years. Wisconsin gets Luke Fickell as their new head coach! MUSIC: "New Day Tonight"--Michael Rault "Three Day Loser"--Joy of Cooking "Tek It"--Cafune "King"--Zayde Wølf “Across 110th Street”
The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. THEY HAVE A BLACK FRIDAY 20% OFF SALE GOING ON TODAY. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com and use the code BF22, or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Shadow Show The Video: [After THE JUMP: What we said] --------------------- 1. The Game Preview: OSU Offense starts at the top AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. 2. The Game Preview: OSU Defense starts at 32:49 AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH but not quite as scary. 3. Illinois After Review starts at 1:01:07 Looked past them? 4. World Cup, Briefly starts at 1:16:45 Nil-nil: was that England settling or a sign USA About the Featured Musician Shadow Show (Website, Spotify) was recommended to me by the first band I featured this year. They're a three-woman psychedelic garage outfit based in Detroit. Song choices: Shadow Box Contessa What Again is Real (Acoustic version) Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken down, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?
#036 - Welcome to another episode of Quorum, where we believe that contributing to a DAO is the best way to find engaging and rewarding work in the new Web3 economy. In today's show, we are doing something a bit different. Sam was the interviewer and I was actually put in the guest seat. You'll discover: how to use business to build the lifestyle you want, the rollercoaster of entrepreneurship, turning down deals to buy the business for $4M, why my parents thought I was a drug dealer when I first started my business, and much more. ======================= Resources:
Ivan Zhang Options, Forex, Stocks, Crypto, and Startups. This episode covers it all. My next guest was a professional portfolio manager for most of his career before starting a blockchain company and an investing platform that helps investors earn consistent returns ranging between 4% and 6% per year. In this episode, we talk about his background, biggest losses, biggest gains, and how he's building a company that allows investors to earn returns with crypto safely. Please welcome Ivan Zhang. Key Timecodes (01:03) - Show intro and background history (02:34) - When did he personally start to invest in the stock market? (03:42) - His investing strategy and challenges (05:23) - When did he transition to more safe strategies? (07:46) - What does he look for when investing in individual stocks? (10:21) - A quick 4M analysis of his preferred factors looking for individual businesses (12:17) - Deeper into his strategy using options to create residual streams (14:22) - How many stocks does he currently hold in his portfolio? (15:56) - When was his last investment? (17:10) - What percentage of his income does he invest in the stock market? (17:42) - Deeper into his returns in the last years (20:35) - What is his biggest investing mistake? (22:18) - What is his biggest investing win? (25:22) - Understanding his company's business model (29:08) - How does the mobile app work? (29:25) - Any restriction only to accredited investors in the US? (30:20) - What are the individual assets behind the scenes? (31:15) - Is there any algorithm running the platform? (31:39) - What is the minimum investment amount to get in? (32:13) - What are the returns on that platform model? (32:59) - How long has the platform been around? (33:23) - How big is his team? (33:27) - And how is the business funded? (33:43) - How does the platform generate revenue for the company? (38:23) - The worst business or investment advice he ever received (39:42) - The best business or investment advice he ever received (38:34) - How long did he validate his ideas before starting a project? (41:02) - Guest contacts Payback Time Podcast Payback Time is a podcast for investors. The goal of this podcast is to help make investing approachable and easy to understand. We will interview beginner and experienced investors and ask them to share stories on how they got started, what challenges they faced, what mistakes they made, and what strategy works for them today. The overall objective is to provide you with a roadmap that helps you become a better investor.
Our KICPOD guest today makes us laugh every night when we're scrolling through TikTok, and we're sure her 1.4M followers would agree! Millie Ford is best known for her viral videos imitating different Aussie characters such as the high school teacher, the mum of teenagers, the JB Hi-Fi shop assistant and a heap more. In today's ep, Millie shares with us how her TikTok career all came about, what her creative process is, how she navigates the pressure to always live up to the last video, and even gives us an improv performance as one of her most-loved characters! For more of Millie's content, follow her on TikTok @millie and check out her podcast “Out Of Character with Millie”.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
2 hours and 5 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Offense vs Illinois starts at 1:00 Turns out Bret Bielema and Brian have something in common. Michigan had a close call but so did the rest of the top 5. Michigan was planning to have Blake Corum throughout this game and with him out in the second half nobody seemed to execute very well, especially the QB run game. JJ seems to have regressed since the Penn State game. Feels like Michigan tried to stick to their game plan with the wrong guys. The holding call on Zinter was a terrible call, the CJ catch at the end of the game wasn't a catch. A lot of officiating strangeness. Is this game that applicable for Ohio State? Their run defense wasn't this aggressive against even Northwestern. A lot of starters were warming up but didn't play, so how much of this game was keeping guys healthy for Ohio State? [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs Illinois starts at 41:42 This was the first offensive line that was able to do anything all season to Michigan's defensive tackles. There can only be one Wisconsin and now it's Illinois. Mason Graham came to play in this game. This is a true freshman and Brian can't even. Mike Morris was missed in this game, the pre-season prediction about the defensive end depth being not great may have come true. They're going to have to blitz a lot against Ohio State - force CJ Stroud to make mistakes. Discussing the safety rotation and how it translates to Ohio State. 3. Hot Takes and Game Theory starts at 1:10:22 Takes hotter than a tie game in the 'Shoe in the 4th quarter. Let's talk about the decision making before the game winning field goal. Does the Lou Groza award winner really need an extra four yards? Field goal kicking discussions, the holding call, and punting. Iowa may actually win the West, in an affront to God. 4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:34:52 Ohio State has been outgained in three of their last four games. Maryland... Penn State... There are multiple games in which Michigan out-performed Ohio State. SO YOU'RE TELLING ME THERE'S A CHANCE? Getting pressure on Stroud is still going to be the biggest issue for Michigan. 2022 Iowa. This game had the lowest over/under ever for an FBS game... and it was still under. MSU outgains Indiana 540 to 288 in a game where Indiana completes two passes... and Indiana wins? MSU only has one turnover. None of the math adds up. This is a vintage SPARTY, NOOO. The teams exchanged block field goals in the first overtime. Now Michigan State will need to beat Penn State to go to a bowl game which seems unlikely. Wisconsin vs Nebraska yielded an "uh" which sums it up nicely. Casey Thompson came back for Nebraska but their ground game was completely shut down. Northwestern Purdue is an ugly affair. Is Northwestern the best poor weather team? Penn State spanks Rutgers, the end. MUSIC: "I Am The Moon"--Tedeschi Trucks Band "Someday"-- Julia Jacklin (a Strokes Cover) "Oh Boy"-- Cam'ron “Across 110th Street”
The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Legume The Video: [After THE JUMP: What we said] --------------------- 1. Illinois Preview starts at the top Chase Brown might be hurt. Their running game runs everything under the Harbaugh sun—good thing we've seen that in practice a few times. Their defense will man up and blitz you, except against Purdue for some reason, which didn't work out for them. 2. Nebraska After Review starts around 2:05PM Running game execution is a hell of a thing to hang your hat on. Panic about the deep passing game yet? What about getting pressure? Yes, Michigan gets sacks, but mostly against bad competition and late when teams are in comeback mode. DTs are the best part of the defense. 3. Hoops Arizona State starts around 2:35PM Sometimes shots don't go down/go down and it's very dumb but this team isn't built to have Hunter do this all by himself. 4. Hockey starts around 3:00PM Jett gets a star. Spacing with Hunter is a hell of an offense. About the Featured Musician Legume (Bandcamp, Facebook, Spotify) is a Detroit group fronted by Liam McNitt. It's chill acoustic or plucking-at-a-Fender vibe stuff but there's a hint of funk or jazz that creeps in sometimes. Liam's voice has a Julian Casablancas lilt. The lyrics are clever, though the poetry trips over itself at times. Let's Waste Away Together In My Room Thrill Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken down, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
2 hours and 2 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Offense vs Nebraska starts at 1:00 The Bon Jovi music era is the last time Nebraska football was good. The consequence of Michigan rising to elite status is that most games are boring now. Michigan duo'd Nebraska to death and that's all it took to win this game. Even with injuries on the offensive line and running backs, Tavierre Dunlap and C.J. Stokes still ran all over them. Honigford might get a couple negatives but nobody else might get one. The error rate has fallen considerably since the Rodriguez era. Michigan leads the country on 4th downs (10 of 11). It's boring. It's good. They were still able to RPO an open touchdown to Ronnie Bell. Is it better to put a lot of stuff on film for Ohio State to have to prepare for or is it better to keep a lot of stuff close to home? The passing game was a little concerning but the way this running game is going you don't need a lights out passing game to beat Ohio State. McCarthy needs to give his guys downfield a chance but the receivers also feel like they took a step back. The ball going out the back of the endzone being a touchback is still a terrible rule but it's funny when it doesn't happen to you. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs Nebraska starts at 50:33 So... not much to say here. Michigan has seven guys that could start for Nebraska at defensive tackle. They all make plays on the line. Michigan is good at hammer but not as good at anvil. DJ Turner was beat over the top once. Other than that, did anything happen? The failed hurdle looked like a wrestling tag-team finisher. The guy was hit in the dong and RGIII didn't even say anything about it! Apparently clowns explode at birthday parties. They're trying to get Will Johnson as many snaps as they can before Ohio State. 3. Hot Takes and Game Theory starts at 1:11:10 Takes hotter than RGIII after he saw a helmet go into somebody's, you know, and then he's like "oh I'll get fired if I explode." Split Davis Warren and Donovan Edwards on deep throws? The clock management at the end of the first half was a debacle, but has poor clock management ever cost Harbaugh a game? "Just run it on 3rd and 6" seemed like a fine decision in this game. Officiating was fine except for the missed "roughing the punter" call. RGIII was fine but Mark Jones wanted to talk about anything but football. 4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:34:30 Illinois was a 6-point favorite against Purdue and had an opportunity to maintain their grasp on the Big Ten West and then... lose by 7. The West was for Illinois to lose but now four teams are tied at the top at 4-3. If Iowa wins at Minnesota they just need to beat Nebraska to go back to Indy... Disgusting. Northwestern plays four quarterbacks against Minnesota. Iowa beats Wisconsin with 146 yards of offense in the grossest game of the season. Minnesota just needs to kick some field goals to beat Iowa. Rutgers vs Michigan State was a surprisingly offensive game (as in both teams had a lot of offense). Michigan State zeroing in on the Quick Lanes Bowl?? There is a... wild Payton Thorne quote in there. Maryland, it's said, never ends up ahead when the Terps of November start losing. James Franklin got an unsportmanlike conduct penalty because he was screaming at his players and the ref thought James was screaming at him... so James did 15 pushups. Not much to say about the Ohio State game but worth noting that Miyan Williams was carted off with an ankle injury. They may get Henderson back next week. Zombocom. MUSIC: "Bad Medicine"--Bon Jovi "Stir Fry"--Migos "Stay on Your Toes"--The Funky Homosapien “Across 110th Street”
Episode 183 talks about how to launch a food product business, featuring Saskia Sorrosa of Fresh Bellies. Listen now!Saskia Sorrosa is the founder of Fresh Bellies, a savory snack brand that is turning pantries everywhere into an explosion of flavors.Fresh Bellies was the first-ever savory kid brand to launch with no hidden sugary goop to hide the veggies and helped kids learn to love savory foods like beets, mushrooms, peppers, cardamom and even garlic, instead of sweet. It has 8 or less ingredients and no preservatives, fillers or artificial flavors and with no or low sodium and its made with ancient grain and vegetables instead of cheesy coating.The brand has raised over $4M, gone on Shark Tank, grown to 4,000 stores nationwide including Sprouts, Target, Whole Foods, Kroger, Meijer, Walmart, Wegman's and many more.For full episode show notes, visit here.Loving this episode? Leave us a review if you're listening on Apple podcasts and be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube!Until next time, stay empowered, stay inspired and #staypoderosa ✨ Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/YoQuieroDinero. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: On the Line The Video: [After THE JUMP: What's to be said] --------------------- 1. Nebraska Preview starts at the top How so bad? QB is out, which means they can't throw to their receivers, who are the part of their offense that's good. The OL isn't, especially in pass pro. DTs are moveable, they have a DE who can rush. NOBODY can tackle. 2. Rutgers After Review starts around 5:25PM Schiano had interesting stuff planned. Brian got REALLY positive on McCarthy's throws, wanted the WRs to make at least a couple of their 13 opportunities to make a play. THe diff 3. Hoops vs IPFW and EMU Preview starts around 5:45PM Jett's offense WHEEEEEE and definitely not Houstan. Defense: needs to come along like Houstan. High on Bufkin's performance, but he can't play down so it's really up to Jett to fix his closeout issues, effort issues, boxout issues. Did we mention the offense? WHEEEEEE!!!!! 4. Seth's World Cup Segment starts around 6PM I know nothing about these kids so I ask Brian and he says we are young and hungry and injured at mid-backer and apparently coastline is important? Go go USA! About the Featured Musician I'm reusing a band we featured years ago, On the Line, because I rediscovered them in my folder and worked to them all week. I don't think they're in operation anymore but I wanted to give Ryan and Frank and Calvin and Zach a shoutout anyways for helping me get through some rough Rutgers charting. These are all off their 2017 album Color Tour. The Space Odyssey (Part I) Steve the Argonian Borough of Churches Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken down, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?
1 hour and 59 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Offense vs Rutgers starts at 1:00 Was Michigan sick during this game? "The loud Rutgers fans" is an uttered phrase. JJ completed less than half of his passes, some of them were drops but some were bad throws. Why isn't Michigan throwing more fades? Michigan threw contested throws in this game and Michigan completed almost none of them, but we know how good everyone is at this point. It seemed uncharacteristic so maybe it's a non-issue moving forward. Good game for younger guys to get quality play time in the 2nd half. Blake Corum and Donovan Edwards had some nice runs but there were some hiccups along the way. Rutgers' defense is on the aggressive side. Was part of Michigan's gameplan to just keep it safe and not take Rutgers too seriously? Khalid Hill approves of the FB dive. Donovan Edwards maximized his blocking opportunities in this game, this may have been his best game so far at Michigan. Jeffrey Persi wasn't noticed, which is good! [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs Rutgers starts at 38:50 Rutgers did basically what Michigan State did - hit a couple deep passes and otherwise mostly went three and out. According to Seth, SHI Stadium turned off the rushing yard total on the scoreboard. Not a ton to say - Taylor Upshaw had a really nice game. Rutgers only had 49 snaps on offense. Cam Goode had a sack! David brings back the Chonky Talk. Gavin Wimsatt has a good arm but very little accuracy... doesn't seem like he can be the guy moving forward. Michigan's defense is 4th in SP+ which is opponent-adjusted. We have not seen opponents get chunk run plays due to poor linebacker play in a few weeks, Barrett seems to be adapting as a natural linebacker more and more. Jenkins snuffed out a shovel pass, something they got burned on earlier in the year. 3. Hot Takes, Defense, and Game Theory starts at 1:03:13 Takes hotter than the lights that were going all flashy and was like oh we're in the club because they scored a touchdown. SETH SINGS AT 1:03:57 JUST WARNING YOU. Viva La Revolution. Special teams were a disaster for the first time in years. That might've been the first punt block of Brad Robbins' career? There is a... uh... theory about Rutgers. What is up with Adam Korsak?? He got hit on a run but there wasn't a flag at least. Congratulations Big Ten Punters, you have made Brian angry. Brian and David set up the perfect punt-for-a-touchdown play. End-of-half clock management discussion 4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:30:12 Please do not actually kidnap Chef Thad. All Big Ten scores must be contextualized with the wind (30-40 mph) across the midwest rendering all passing essentially useless. Northwestern actually outgains Ohio State by two yards. Did Ohio State use plays that were reserved for the Michigan game? We hate everything about Pat Fitzgerald's offense. Ohio State fans who think college football should be in controlled environmental stadiums are SAWFT. This game was dead even in the trenches. Ohio State's offensive line isn't bad but... they might not be good? Ohio State is averaging 1.9 points per possession on drives that start in their own territory over the last three games. Illinois was 1 of 6 on 4th down against Michigan State. They had plenty of chances to get more points and just couldn't. This opens up the Big Ten West and now there are scenarios where Iowa or Wisconsin could actually win the West. Nebraska takes a 10-0 lead and then Minnesota takes over the rest of the game. Nebraska's quarterbacks are named... Chubba and Purdy. The Nebraska offensive line PFF grades are horrendous. Iowa and Wisconsin win their games because they're the better rushing teams. Take the pass game out of Maryland and they can't win football games. If Iowa made it back to Indy, who would be more upset? Iowa fans or non-Iowa fans? MUSIC: "Tanaka"--Joey valance and Brad "Blitz Flow"--CHIBI LOL and Baby Tom "Fred"--The Dream Eaters “Across 110th Street”