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The boys are feeling the mid-season blues, Carsky is 34-32 on the season which hurt after this week, Finn is 28-22-1 this season and has been doing well while Carsky tries to pull it together. This week the boys are shooting for the stars leading with the Game of the week USC at Notre Dame -6 1/2 and take a look at Tennessee at Alabama -25. Carsky and Finn also decide which of the two heavy favorites between Cincinnati and Oklahoma. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TailandPrint for our picks and much more! Also give Dimers.com a look for all the best sportsbook offers, compare the best lines and over/unders at Dimers.com. Have a great weekend and as always, May All Your Bets Come True!
"The war for our minds (con'd)." The colonization of independent media. Patrick Lawrence THE SCRUM Oct 21 21 OCTOBER—Watch and listen, O you with open eyes and ears. The national security state's long, very long campaign to control our press and broadcasters has taken a new turn of late. If independent media are what keep alive hope for a vigorous, authentic Fourth Estate, as argued severally in this space, independent media are now subject to an insidious, profoundly anti-democratic effort to undermine them. The Independent Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Frances Haugen, Maria Ressa: Let us consider this institution and these people. They are all frauds, if by fraudulent we mean they are not what and who they tell us they are and their claim to independence from power is bogus. The Deep State—and at this point it is mere pretense to object to this term—long ago made it a priority to turn the mainstream press and broadcasters to its purposes—to make a free press unfree. This has gone on since the earliest Cold War decades and is well and responsibly documented. (Alas, if more Americans read the many excellent books and exposés on this topic, assertions such as the one just made would not arrive as in the slightest outré.) But several new realities are now very evident. Chief among them, the Deep State's colonization of corporate media is now more or less complete. CNN, filling its airtime with spooks, generals, and a variety of official and formerly official liars, can be counted a total takeover. The New York Times is prima facie government-supervised, as it confesses in its pages from time to time. The Washington Post, owned by a man with multimillion-dollar CIA contracts, has turned itself into a comic book. For reasons I will never entirely fathom, corporate media have not merely surrendered their legitimacy, such as it may have been: They have actively, enthusiastically abandoned what frayed claim they may have had to credibility. The national-security state incorporates mainstream media into its apparatus, and then people stop believing mainstream media: The thrill is gone, let's say. In consequence of these two factors, independent media have begun to rise as … independent media. They accumulate audiences. A little at a time, they acquire the very habits of professionalism the mainstream press and broadcasters have let decay. Gradually, they assume the credibility the mainstream has lost. The media ecosystem—horrible phrase but there it is—begins to take on a new shape. Certain phenomena engendered by independent media prove popular. There are whistleblowers. People inside Deep State institutions start to leak, and they turn to independent media, most famously WikiLeaks, to get information out. While the Deep State's clerks in mainstream media keep their heads down and their mouths shut as they cash their checks, independent media take principled stands in favor of free expression, and people admire these stands. They are, after all admirable. Those populating the national-security state's sprawling apparatus are not stupid. They can figure out the logical response to these developments as well as anyone else. The new imperative is now before us: It is to colonize independent media just as they had the mainstream in previous decades. There are some hopelessly clumsy cases. I urge all colleagues to stop bothering with The Young Turks in any capacity. Those running it, creatures of those who generously fund it, are simply infra-dig. As Matt Taibbi pointed out over the weekend in a piece wonderfully headed, “Yes, Virginia, There Is a Deep State,” they've now got some clod named Ben Carollo proclaiming the CIA as an accountable force for good, savior of democracy—this in a video appearing under the rubric “Rebel HQ.” As an East European émigré friend used to say, “Gimme break.” Democracy Now! is a subtler instance of colonization. The once-admirable Amy Goodman drank the Russiagate Kool-Aid, which I counted the first indication of covert intervention of one or another kind. Then she caved to the orthodoxy on the chemical-weapons scam during the Syrian crisis, and lately—you have to watch to believe—Goodman has begun broadcasting CNN “investigative” reports with unalloyed approval. The debate in this household is whether Ms. Goodman had a long lunch in Langley or her donors started threatening to delay their checks. I have no evidence of either but tend to the latter explanation. The three recent phenomena suggested at the top of this piece are indications of the Deep State's latest tactics in its assault on independent media and the culture that arises among them. It behooves us to understand this. Two weeks ago, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists published “The Pandora Papers,” a “leak” of 12 million electronic documents revealing the tax-fiddling, money-hiding doings of 300–odd political figures around the world. “The Pandora Papers” followed publication of “The Panama Papers” in 2016 and “The Paradise Papers” a year later. There are many useful revelations in these various releases, but we ought not be fooled as to the nature of the project. Where did the ICIJ get the documents in “The Pandora Papers,” and how? Are they complete? Were names redacted out? They have been verified? Explaining provenance, authenticity, and so forth is essential to any investigative undertaking, but ICIJ has nothing to say on this point. Why, of all the people “The Pandora Papers” exposes, is there not one American on its list? As Moon of Alabama notes in an analysis of this release, it amounts to a list of “people the U.S. doesn't like.” The ICIJ vigorously insists on its independence. But on close inspection this turns out not to be so by any serious understanding of the term. Among its donors are the Ford Foundation, whose longtime ties to the CIA are well-documented, and the Open Societies Foundation, the (in)famous George Soros operation dedicated to cultivating coups in nations that fall outside the fence posts of neoliberalism. The group was founded in 1997 as a project of the Center for Public Integrity, another institution dedicated to “inspiring change using investigative reporting,” as the center describes itself. Among its sponsors are Ford, once again, and the Democracy Fund, which was founded by Pierre Omidyar, bankroller of The Intercept (another compromised “independent” medium). Omidyar is, like Soros, a sponsor of subversion ops in other countries masquerading as “civil society” projects. ICIJ's other sponsors (and for that matter the Democracy Fund's) are comprised of the sorts of foundations that support NPR, PBS, and other such media. Let us be crystal clear on this point. Anyone who assumes media institutions taking money from such sponsors are authentically independent does not understand philanthropy as a well-established, highly effective conduit through which orthodoxies are enforced and public discourse circumscribed. What are we looking at here? Not what we are supposed to think we are looking at, certainly. I will return to this question. There is the case of Maria Ressa, which I considered briefly in a previous commentary. Ressa is the supposedly courageous, speak-truth-to-power co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize this year, a Filipina journalist who co-founded The Rappler, a web publication in Manila. The Nobel committee cited Ressa for her “fight for freedom of expression.” Who is Maria Ressa, then, and what is The Rappler? I grow weary of writing this sentence: She and her publication are not what we are supposed to think they are. Ressa and The Rappler, each insisting on independence just as the ICIJ does, are straight-out lying on this point. The Rappler recently received a grant of $180,000 from the National Endowment for Democracy, a CIA front—this according to an NED financial report issued earlier this year. None other than Pierre Omidyar and a group called North Base Media own nonvoting shares in the publication. Among North Base's partners is the Media Development Investment Fund, which was founded by George Soros to do what George Soros likes to do in other countries. Does a picture begin to emerge? Read the names together and one will. You have to figure they all party together. Nobel in hand, Maria Ressa has already declared that Julian Assange is not a journalist and that independent media need new regulations, as in censorship. Henry Kissinger got a Nobel as a peacemaker: Ressa gets one as a defender of free expression. It's a fit. This brings us to the case of Frances Haugen, the former Facebook exec who recently appeared before Congress waving lots of documents she seems to have secreted (supposedly) out of Facebook's offices to argue for—what else at this point?—increased government regulation of social media, as in censorship. Frances Haugen, you see, is a courageous, speak-truth-to-power whistleblower. Never mind that her appearance on Capitol Hill was carefully choreographed by Democratic Party operatives whose party simply cannot wait to censor our First Amendment rights out of existence. It is hard to say who is more courageous, I find—the ICIJ, Maria Ressa, or Frances Haugen. Where would we be without them? The culture of independent media as it has germinated and developed over the past decade or so gave us WikiLeaks, and its effectiveness cannot be overstated. It gave us all manner of gutsy journalists standing for the principles of a genuinely free press, and people listened. It gave us whistleblowers who are admired even as the Deep State condemns them. And now the national-security state gives us none other than a secret-disclosing crew of mainstream hacks, a faux-independent journalist elevated to the highest honors, and a whistleblower who was handed her whistle and taught how to toot it—three crowd-pleasers, three simulacra. These are three frauds. They are to independent journalism what McDonald's is to food. There is only one defense against this assault on truth and integrity, but it is a very good one. It is awareness. CNN, Democracy Now!, the ICIJ, Maria Ressa, Frances Haugen—none of these and many other media and people are properly labeled. But the labels can be written with modest efforts. Awareness and scrutiny, watching and listening, will prove enough.
Given the fact that Monday's episode was entirely devoted to Travis and Kourtney's engagement, Emma and Julie used the Kardashian bonus show to discuss some other news from this week. They touched on Kim's birthday, mainly focusing on the conversation surrounding the evolution of her and Khloé‘s relationship, and why people were especially interested in Khloé's difference in social media celebration. They also got into Khloé's comments on Ellen about the timing of the Hulu show air date, Shanna's seemingly strained relationship with Alabama and Landon, and more questions about how the marriage would work for them logistically. Shop our merch: http://shop.commentsbycelebs.com Codes: Truff - Promo code: CBC for 15% off at Truff.com Peloton - onepeloton.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alison and Amanda talk about oddities in fashion trends, touring convenience stores and crematoriums, and crashing reunions. Sis & Tell, an award-winning weekly comedy podcast, is hosted by southern Jewish sisters Alison Goldstein Lebovitz from PBS' The A List and comedian Amanda Goldstein Marks.
The Q&A with the best of the best in the Junior scene, Alabama commit, Nick Dunlap comes back for our weekly Q&A. This episode is packed full of crazy perspectives from the golf pro, an up and coming great, and the amateur. You'll never find this wide of an array of perspectives on a golf podcast! Enjoy!
It's Friday, you're working for the weekend and we have a LOADED Aaron Torres Pod. Aaron circles back on the Dabo/LSU rumors, and explains the one job he believes Dabo would leave for (hint: It's not Alabama). He also previews the Week 8 slate and welcomes in Texas star guard Marcus Carr to discuss the loaded Longhorns. Here's a full rundown of the show:More on the Dabo/LSU rumors + Week 8 preview: Aaron opens the show by circling back on the Dabo Swinney/LSU rumors. He explains why he isn't sold on Dabo leaving for LSU (or Alabama) but discusses one situation he could see Dabo leaving Clemson for down the road (2:00). From there, he previews the Week 8 slate, discussing Clemson being an underdog against Pitt, LSU-Ole Miss, Tennessee-Bama, Oregon-UCLA, USC-Notre Dame and more (18:00)Texas basketball star Marcus Carr joins the show: Finally, college hoops is coming and preseason All-American and Texas star Marcus Carr joins the Aaron Torres Pod (41:00). He discusses the NBA Draft process, his decision to transfer and why he ultimately chose Texas. Also, what is his relationship like with Chris Beard? What would he say to people who say the Longhorns have *too many* good players? And what is campus like with the Longhorns ranked in the Top 5? Most importantly, can this team really bring a title to Austin in Year 1 of the Chris Beard era? ***** Every episode of the Aaron Torres is brought to you by our partners at DraftKings - and while the focus is college football, basketball season has started - and DraftKings has an INCREDIBLE offer for listeners of the Aaron Torres Podcast. RIGHT NOW, DraftKings Sportsbook is offering new customers a chance to win $200 in free bets if they bet $5 on any team --- and that team wins. All they have to do is win. Not cover, just win outright.To take advantage of the promo - click THIS LINK1.) Make Your First Deposit2.) Make a $5 moneyline bet on any team3.) And if your team wins, you get an automatic $200 thanks to our friends at DraftKings.It's the best offer going - so act now!If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL).Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER (MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (CO), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-888-532-3500 (VA), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ) or call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN).*21+ (18+ WY). AZ/CO/IL/IN/IA/MI/NJ/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min $5 deposit. Min $1 wager.Eligibility restrictions apply. See draftkings.com/sportsbook for full terms and conditions.
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by Seahawks Playbook's Bill Alvstad to talk about Seattle losing Russ Wilson, what happened Sunday vs. Pittsburgh, Geno Smith, the fall of the defense, Pete Carroll's future and much more (4:00). Then, Big Orange Friday with Rocky Top Insider's Ryan Schumpert and the UTK Daily Beacon's Ethan Stone on all things Tennessee, Ole Miss, Alabama, baseball team scrimmages and much more (20:00). Lastly, Grayson High School head football coach Adam Carter on the Rams, why this season has been hard, beating Parkview, Joseph Stone Jr. doing it all on offense, his young team and their big matchup on GPB vs. Brookwood (60:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Bill Alvstad, Ryan Schumpert, Ethan Stone, Adam Carter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Late Kick Live Ep. 194 features Josh Pate breaking down several things he'll be hoping to learn from College Football's week 8 including Ohio State vs Indiana, Penn State coming off the bye week, Alabama's defense versus Tennessee, Oregon vs UCLA, and Clemson vs Pitt. Josh also revisits a segment from the summer where he discussed how many UGA fans would trade Kirby Smart for Dan Mullen and vice-versa. Have any Florida fans had a change of heart? We also get the latest intel and whispers from the LSU coaching search as Scott Woodward looks to make a grand slam hire in Baton Rouge. All that plus added best bets on the Ramen Noodle Express and the destination reveal for the Late Kick Renaissance Tour's week 8 stop. Follow Josh on Twitter: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on Instagram: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on TikTok: @LateKickJosh Have a question for Josh? Email the show! Follow or Subscribe to The Late Kick with Josh Pate on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe to the 247Sports YouTube Channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week the fellas have 26 time grammy winning worship leader Justin Jackson and they talk most embarrassing moments on stage, growing up pentecostal in the 90s, would you rathers and Josh gets a bad cramp.
Join Jimmy and Luke as they give their predictions for the Alabama versus Tennessee matchup! Also: Thoughts on wide receiver Barion Brown's recruitment Picks for Ole Miss v. LSU And a new sponsor!!!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Locked On Vols podcast is your daily show covering Tennessee Volunteers football and basketball with Eric Cain. Friday's show previews Tennessee & Alabama for the Third Saturday in October. Roger Hoover of the Crimson Tide Sports Network and Austin Price of Volquest join the show. And we break down the injury situation entering the weekend. Be sure to participate in #TwitterTuesday by tweeting @LockedonVols or @_Cainer all your questions. Tuesday's show will answer them! DMs are open. Follow the show on those Twitter accounts and also on host Eric Cain's Facebook page: CainerOnAir. And every Friday is 5 Star Friday here on Locked on Vols! Head over to Apple Podcasts and leave a positive review + a 5 star rating and we'll shout you out each and every Friday! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ A special shoutout to James Manning (@GooseManning5) for his assistance in graphic design. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is October 17th's sermon by Jason Cherry on begging for the better thing. Jason Cherry is an elder at Trinity Reformed Church, as well as a teacher and lecturer of literature, American history, and economics at Providence Classical School in Huntsville, Alabama. He graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary with an MA in Religion and is the author of the book The Culture of Conversionism and the History of the Altar Call, now available on Amazon. He is husband to Traci, who is proficient at blessing others, and father to Anily and Gaby, who are gifted in the art of laughter. Trinity Reformed Church is a CREC mission church in Huntsville, AL. seeking to extend and unite the Kingdom in the Huntsville area.
In this episode of the "Chicken Dinner" podcast, Sam Panayotovich discusses Braves World Series futures and why it's time to bet Alabama to win the national title. Special guests Dan Lifshatz and Joe Murray from 98.5 The Sports Hub join the show to talk about Patriots-Jets and losing money while on the air.SUBSCRIBE! “Chicken Dinner” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and wherever else you listen to your podcastsFOLLOW! @chickenxdinner @spshoot
Did one NFL head coach spill the beans on why the Seahawks' defense is no longer among the league's elite? Jake and Stacy read an interesting quote from a former member of Seattle's defensive staff to start hour two. In Four Down Territory, what does Jake make of the Seahawks claiming QB Jacob Eason? On The Timeline, Alabama head coach Nick Saban shows his softer side during a press conference. What I Need to Know finishes off hour two. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After a couple of stumbles to start the season, Iowa State is rolling through the Big XII like the Cyclones originally planned. Can they keep the run going against undefeated Oklahoma State? Join Joe Raineri, Dave Cokin, Teddy Covers and Ralph Michaels for College Football Daily as we preview the marquee College Football Week 8 matchups, including Iowa State vs Oklahoma State; Alabama vs Tennessee; Army vs Wake Forest; and TCU vs West Virginia.Thursday's Featured Games:Iowa State vs Oklahoma StateAlabama vs TennesseeArmy vs Wake ForestTCU vs West Virginia
One of our best podcasts yet! US Junior Amateur Champion Nick Dunlap joins the podcast and shares his secrets to being a top up and coming prospect in the game of golf. The Alabama commit talks about his journey to the Junior Championship and what it takes before you make it big on the PGA Tour.
(00:00-23:56) – Dan opens the show on a Thursday by reacting to the collapse by the Indiana Pacers last night against the Charlotte Hornets in their season opener. Dan also examines the coaching staff surrounding head coach Rick Carlisle and whether or not it's up to par. Plus, the moral dilemma of a team trading for Texans QB Deshaun Watson is discussed. (23:57-33:25) – We return from break with Dan talking on the Pacers a little more and Dan finds out he has tickets for Alabama-Tennessee this weekend. Callers join the show to tell Dan how enjoyable being at Alabama for a football game is. (33:26-37:58) – Hour number one ends with Dan looking at #5th Ranked Ohio State's recent opponents and the chances for the Indiana Hoosiers to pull off the upset at home. (37:59-1:06:47) – The radio voice of the Indiana Pacers Mark Boyle stops by to reflect on last night's loss to the Charlotte Hornets. Mark and Dan discuss the play style of Myles Turner and whether it's possible to change his game to be a player down on the block. Also, Mark Dan and Jimmy give their thoughts on a choice that a draft kings bettor has to make before tonight's Browns-Broncos game. (1:01:52-1:13:24) – We return from break with the Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor giving his thoughts on the Colts losing safety Julian Blackmon for the season and how it impacts the team as a whole. Plus, Matt and Dan look ahead to Sunday Night Football Colts-49ers. (1:13:25-1:19:33) – The second hour comes to a close with Dan calling out Jalen Johnson of the Chicago Bears who was late for a team meeting and called out the Bears on Instagram. (1:19:34-1:44:47) – Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area joins the program to take us behind enemy lines and teach us about the San Francisco 49ers. Matt updates on the quarterback situation with the 49ers and goes over the strengths and weakness presented to the Colts on Sunday Night Football. (1:44:48-1:54:06) – Friend of the show Alan Cashman of TheCashmanWins.com joins the program to hand out his best bets in college football for the weekend. Cashman also gives a play on IU-Ohio State and Colts-49ers. (1:54:07-1:58:46) – Thursday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan asks for help with his golf game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we interviewed worship leader and pastor Zac Hicks. We discussed his book, The Worship Pastor, CCLI, how to support artists in the church and more!!! Zac Hicks (D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary; M.Div., Denver Seminary; B.A., Biola University) has been pastoring and leading worship for over two decades in churches all across the US—Hawaii, California, Colorado, Florida, and most recently Alabama. He is author of The Worship Pastor (Zondervan, 2016) and Worship By Faith Alone (IVP Academic, forthcoming). A songwriter and producer, Zac's music is streaming everywhere. Zac's passions include the intersection of old and new in worship, the pastoral dimensions of worship leading, and recovering the gospel-centered theology of the Reformation for the sake of worship renewal. JM's Album Of The Week: Hovvdy - True Love Bradford's Book Club: God's Very Good Idea: A True Story of God's Delightfully Different Family (Tales That Tell the Truth) by Trillia Newbell
We're going deep on TikTok this week. We're talking about Alabama rush week, Couch Guy, LamboGate, and the Puncher Of W 4th Street. If you don't know what any of that means, don't worry, we'll walk you through it all. Our central thesis is this: TikTok is on track to become the biggest social media platform in America and as it gets bigger, things are going to start spinning out of control very fast. SHOW NOTES: https://uk.style.yahoo.com/salt-baes-london-restaurant-faces-114700748.html https://www.vice.com/en/article/z3b3x5/salt-baes-meat-empire-is-rife-with-labor-problems https://www.curbed.com/2021/10/tiktok-west-4th-street-station-puncher-nyc.html https://jalopnik.com/lambo-owner-has-patience-of-a-saint-after-getting-rear-1847795574 https://www.al.com/news/2021/08/the-irresistible-allure-of-tiktok-bamarush-and-mocking-southern-accents.html https://www.technologyreview.com/2010/07/14/202026/did-whites-flee-the-digital-ghetto-of-myspace/
GoVols247's Wes Rucker and Grant Ramey preview Tennessee's upcoming game at Third Saturday in October rival Alabama and discuss the latest on Jeremy Pruitt's legal threats aimed at UT. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host Jack Foster and Jake Nichols breakdown the wild Tennessee-Ole Miss ending, going into depth on what it means for the fans, coaches and the players. Alabama looms as Week 8 draws near, and while Tennessee is a heavy underdog, health will be key in putting up a decent fight. Listen for a full breakdown and preview along with the Jeremy Pruitt saga in the latest VR2 on SI Pod! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Clint Lamb and Jimmy Stein sit down to discuss Alabama's upcoming game against the Tennessee Vols. Does Hendon Hooker play or will it be Joe Milton? What are some things fans should want to see on Saturday? Plus, final score predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bo and Blake talk college football and the NFL in the final hour of a Thirsty Thursday live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys recap the interview with NFL insider Steve Palazzolo and discuss the quarterbacks at the top of the draft boards halfway through the collegiate season. Bo gives his thoughts on where Corral stacks up with the nation's best, and what could happen to former Oklahoma starter Spencer Rattler. In the SEC Insider Hit, Mississippi State insider Steve Robertson joins the show on the Sam Adams Octoberfest guest line talking Bulldogs football. Steve recaps the Alabama loss and the state of the team coming out of a physical game, including the health of quarterback Will Rogers. Steve discusses the lack of offense last week and what to expect from the receiving corps this Saturday at Vanderbilt. Steve finishes the conversation talking about the MSU defense and who needs to step up for the second half of the season.
In this episode we welcome back Terry with Rocky Top Talk to breakdown this week's contest with Tennessee. Highlights Include: What happened last week in Knoxville? Heupel's hire and progress and the Vols HC QB roundup Hooker or Milton Skill personal for Tide fans to watch closely Improving Defense Sharing Players It was a really fun discussion and I trust you'll enjoy it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
-Nebraska is 15-25 under Scott Frost and 3-5 this season…what kind of hot seat do YOU have him on? -Is the B1G Ohio State's for the taking this year or is someone else going to get in their way? -How close to Georgia is Alabama this year? How much better is Georgia than everyone? Show […]
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My Guest today is Harry Smith. Harry is an author, former public accountant, entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist. Can you imagine moving to a new city at the age of 37 and taking over one of the largest private companies in that city while it's facing chapter 7 bankruptcy? After growing up in Florence, Alabama, Harry was recruited to Memphis, TN, to take over Schilling enterprises. As of 1980, Schilling Enterprises ( real estate, HVAC, trucking, automobile sales, and the auto parts industry) had over 100 Million Dollars in revenue with over 1,000 employees. After large contracts with Ford Motor company created significant consequences for Schilling Enterprises, Harry led the turnaround effort, saved Schilling Enterprises, and turned it into a successful ownership group that acquired and sold automobile dealerships. In Addition to his work with Schilling enterprises, Harry also owned Schilling Farms (448 acres outside of Memphis, TN and partnered with and later sold to Boyle Investment Company), was a partner in Circle Y Saddles (the largest saddle manufacturer in the U.S.A.) and much more! This is a fantastic episode where you'll learn: Why growing up with a single mother taught him entrepreneurship and work ethic at a young age What he did to survive when taking over a company in dire straits. How to buy it right. How he analyzed and acquired underperforming businesses and turned them into valuable assets Why his success boiled down to the importance of him finding the right partner Why He's grateful for second chances And much more! Please enjoy this week's episode with Harry Smith! Links: https://www.amazon.com/Driven-Deliver-Harry-L-Smith/dp/1936670399 https://circley.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Motor_Company https://www.visitflorenceal.com/ https://boyle.com/ https://boyle.com/communities/schilling-farms-community/
Jamie Weiss just wants the facts. Her birth certificate says she was born in Georgia. She knows that's not true. So she (and Stuart and many others) are asking the State Assembly to open the records, just like a wave of other states including neighboring Alabama and Tennessee. It's not going to be easy, but Jamie is hopeful. We talk origin stories - and why it's important to know where you come from.
The USFL 2022 kickoff date? Potential TV partners to air 2022 USFL games and a CFL week 12 preview with Pat Steinberg, Bob McGregor and Josh Burton, this episode truly has it all!Pat Steinberg of CFL.ca joins us to give his thoughts on the 2021 CFL season so far and to preview this weekend's match-ups with the Toronto Argonauts traveling to Montreal to face the Alouettes, the Ottawa REDBLACKS going up against the Hamilton Ticats, America's CFL team the BC Lions squaring off against a white-hot Winnipeg Blue Bomber team and the Roughriders of Saskatchewan repeating their rivalry with the Calgary Stampeders.Bob McGregor, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers stadium announcer shares his thoughts on Winnipeg's crazy 2021 run thus far and shares some stories about working the fervent Blue Bomber home crowd. Josh Burton, AD of Video Ops for the Toronto Argonauts also stops by before hitting the road to Montreal and talks up with will most likely be the team to beat in the East as we head to a Hamilton-hosted Grey Cup in December.We then have some BIG USFL news courtesy of AL.com's Roy S. Johnson who gives some spicy details on the USFL's Birmingham, Alabama bubble season, a potential kickoff date, TV networks slated to air the games and more. Is FOX devoting enough money over the next 3 years to get this USFL re-launch off the ground? Only time will tell.Finally, what is an “IRL NFT”? Fan Controlled Football seems to think it's worth selling and we get to the bottom of that along with your other XFL and alternative football related news.
Tonights Topic The Consequences of Decisions "A perspective from the Bench" Tonight's Special Guest Brother Maurice Muhammad, Chief Magistrate City of Bessemer, Alabama
This week in True Crime: Brittany needs to know more about a missing Alabama woman whose remains were found in a cop van and Brian tells the sad tale of a woman who killed a man because he wouldn't kiss her. This week Brittany dives into the man behind the Bath, Michigan Massacre and the absolute ridiculous reason why Andrew Kehoe attempted to blow up 250 children In Bath, Michigan. Brian discusses another haunted toy and we get closer and closer to the WKGC team making a visit to a certain Haunted Museum in Las Vegas. Want exclusive live streams, a chance to listen to us record the podcast live, or an extra podcast every single week?! There's so much VIP content on www.patreon.com/whenkillersgetcaught Don't you want to be a VIP Patron today? Special thanks to Myuu for the music you heard on todays episode. You can find him at www.youtube.com/c/myuuji --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whenkillersgetcaught/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whenkillersgetcaught/support
On this edition of TWMS, I have retired teacher Tony Garcia joining me! Tony recently had a post go viral as he wrote a letter to students challenging them to share kindness. In addition to that, Tony just finished the Boston Marathon and we'll talk some about that as well. Tony also has a former co-worker, Liz McGrew, who currently needs a kidney donor and we are getting that message out as well. After my conversation with Tony, I'll have Down Syndrome Alabama Executive Director Kelly Peoples to share about DSA and the upcoming Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk! I hope you will listen and share.
BamaOnLine.com senior analyst Travis Reier and former Alabama beat writer Chase Goodbread of NFL.com discuss Alabama's upcoming home game against Tennessee. ... Is UA-UT still a rivalry? ... The Vols QB situation remains fluid, while UA LB Drew Sanders will likely be sidelined again. ... Tide offense can expect more blitzing ... We also take a look at other upcoming SEC action.