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Mad Radio
P&P - Thieving Ross Tucker Stole Seth's Take!

Mad Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 12:02


Seth and Sean react to our pal Ross Tucker plagiarizing Seth's take on the concept of "earned injuries" in a game, and re-live the time Jim Nantz walked off during an interview with Clint and Show.

CBS This Morning - News on the Go
Sam Smith Finding Freedom with “Gloria” | Quarterbacks Peyton and Eli Manning Talk Fatherhood & "Manningcasts"

CBS This Morning - News on the Go

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 33:35


In an effort to keep their stories alive 78 years after the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp, Holocaust survivors across the country have teamed up to create a cookbook that shares their favorite family recipes and their stories of survival. CBS Sports' lead play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz joins "CBS Mornings" to take a closer look at this weekend's NFC, AFC championship NFL games.Eli and Peyton Manning remain active after their playing careers, but in a way that allows them plenty of time with family. They talk to CBS News' Dana Jacobson about their unique "Manningcast" on ESPN 2, the joys of being around for their kids, and the competition they feel as they prepare to each coach in this year's Pro Bowl.Four-time Grammy winner Sam Smith is nominated for another award this year for "Unholy," their No. 1 hit with Kim Petras. Smith tells CBS News' Anthony Mason about embracing sexual liberation on their new album, "Gloria," feeling settled at 30, and their love of cheese toasties.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast
Episode 70: NFL announcer analysis and what LIV deal means

The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 51:02


In this week's Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast sponsored by WSC Sports: The NFL dominated television over the weekend during the Divisional Playoffs. It also dominated the first part of this week's podcast as Andrew Marchand and John Ourand analyze how the different broadcast booths handled the games. The two also discuss Tom Brady's options as the future Hall of Famer decides whether to play another season or venture into the broadcast booth.   Other topics include the headlines being made by Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe; LIV Golf's TV deal with The CW; and HBO Max's first sports streaming efforts with the USWNT last week and the USMNT this week. Mentioned this week: Tom Brady, Chris Mason, Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Joe Burrow, Ja'Marr Chase, Mike Florio, Albert Breer, Joe Davis, Adam Amin, Jason Benetti, George Kliavkoff, Kathleen Finch, Rob Manfred, Adam Silver, Gary Bettman, Dana White, Anne White, Josh Allen, Phil Simms, Patrick Mahomes, Ian Eagle, Alex Rodriguez, Dalton Schultz, Charvarius Ward, Daryl Johnston, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Damar Hamlin, Cris Collinsworth, Drew Brees, Sean McVay, Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Muhammad Ali, Gisele Bündchen, Jim Gray, Larry Fitzgerald Jr., Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe, Acie Wyatt, Will Smith, Charles Barkley, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Jamie Horowitz, Phil Mickelson, Luke Wileman, Colin Campbell, Snoop Dogg, ESPN Potato Chips, TB12, Say It Ain't So Productions For more information on WSC Sports visit bit.ly/3OzggWO Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Shotgun Start
Rahm as the “real” No. 1, downloading the CW app, and SGS Golf Advice

The Shotgun Start

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 58:17


Andy and Brendan are back after a “relaxing” weekend watching golf and football. They begin with some clarity on where Jim Nantz will be calling Farmers from, and questions about title sponsors and stadium naming rights. Eventually, they get to Jon Rahm and his second straight victory on the PGA Tour at the AmEx in Palm Springs. They lament why everything he did this week was framed through some sort of OWGR debate or discussion, and ponder the nihilism of such an event like the AmEx. The Davis Zone is given its due, as is the big bird from Xander. Victor Perez is lauded for his victory in Abu Dhabi and Brooke Henderson for her win in Orlando. But there are some questions about wisdom teeth removal as an offseason challenge. News hits on the CW-Liv deal going final before an SGS Golf Advice segment to make up for Friday's whiff. This one takes on a different kind of “whiff” as well as another listener looking for penance from a junior golf cheating incident. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Boomer & Gio
Super Bowl Odds; What Was Tony Romo Eating? Jerry Jones is Sorry; Eddie the Picks Jockey Update

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 39:42


Hour 3: The Vegas odds for the Super Bowl winner is very close, so at this point they think it's a crapshoot. Is Boomer rooting for another Bengals/49'ers Super Bowl? There was also a commercial during the games to bring your business to Cincinnati. A caller wants to know what Tony Romo was eating when Nantz went to him and he couldn't talk. Jerry returns for an update and starts with Brock Purdy's big TD throw. Jerry Jones apologized to Cowboys fans. Does Jerry think that Jerry Jones is going to die in the offseason? Nick Sirianni compares Jalen Hurts to Michael Jordan. In the final segment of the hour, Eddie the Picks Jockey lost one of his picks over the weekend and Gio thinks there is a tide turning against him. He went down to Philadelphia and wore a Lawrence Taylor jersey.

Boomer & Gio
Boomer & Gio Podcast

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 165:33


Hour 1: The Giants had no chance Saturday night against the Eagles. We talked about Daniel Jones and his upcoming contract and how it will affect Saquon Barkley staying and getting paid. Boomer said Daniel Jones needs help. He can't be expected to run as much as he's running. Joe Schoen will have some hard decisions to make with the roster and the cap. Jerry is here for his first update. As a Cowboys fan, he's not having a good day. Brock Purdy does not look like a rookie. Jerry has play by play sound of the great George Kittle catch. Dak Prescott talked about his interception issues yesterday and at the end of the season. Jerry Jones expected better and is sick over it and apologized to fans. The Bengals had no problem beating the Bills 27-10. We talked about the ‘no catch' on the Ja'Marr Chase would be TD in the back of the endzone. Josh Allen talked about the 3 and outs they had. Patrick Mahomes talked about not wanting to come out of the game. Daniel Jones reiterated that he wants to remain with the Giants. Saquon was asked where he stands with the Giants. Cowboys RB Tony Pollard broke his leg right when he's supposed to get a good contract. In the final segment of the hour, Boomer was part of a viral moment with his handshake with Matt Ryan on the NFL Today. A caller says Daniel Jones doesn't have what it takes, although the caller sounds really unsure about himself.  Hour 2: The Bengals/Bills game wasn't close at all. The Bengals dominated them from the start. Injuries to the Bengals' offensive line were not a factor. Their defensive line was all over Josh Allen. The Bengals felt disrespected as the NFL was selling tickets for the Bills/Chiefs game at the neutral site in Atlanta. A caller wants to know who you would take as head coach and QB if you were starting a team. Lena from Lake Grove checks in. Jerry returns for an update but first we talk about the NFL Today going to KC this weekend and it is going to be 8 degrees and they will be outside. Jerry starts with the Niners win over the Cowboys and the performance of Brock Purdy. Mike McCarthy is disappointed but Jerry Jones says his job is safe. The Bengals had no problem beating the Bills in Buffalo. Nick Sirianni calls out sports radio for not giving respect to the offensive coordinator. Boomer talks about the potential of Lamar Jackson to the Falcons. In the final segment of the hour, Gio said the parking lot attendant lost his over/under Daniel Jones rushing yards prop and couldn't wait to tell Gio the bad news.  Hour 3: The Vegas odds for the Super Bowl winner is very close, so at this point they think it's a crapshoot. Is Boomer rooting for another Bengals/49'ers Super Bowl? There was also a commercial during the games to bring your business to Cincinnati. A caller wants to know what Tony Romo was eating when Nantz went to him and he couldn't talk. Jerry returns for an update and starts with Brock Purdy's big TD throw. Jerry Jones apologized to Cowboys fans. Does Jerry think that Jerry Jones is going to die in the offseason? Nick Sirianni compares Jalen Hurts to Michael Jordan. In the final segment of the hour, Eddie the Picks Jockey lost one of his picks over the weekend and Gio thinks there is a tide turning against him. He went down to Philadelphia and wore a Lawrence Taylor jersey.  Hour 4: Gio thinks the most disappointed fanbase has to be the Buffalo Bills. We all should have seen this coming with the Bills. Josh Allen has had too many turnovers the last few games of the season. Why does the Fox pregame show always have the guys standing around? Jerry returns for his last update of the day and starts with the Bengals win in Buffalo and Joe Burrow telling the NFL to start issuing those refunds for the Bills/Chiefs neutral site game. In the final segment of the show, who will the Jets end up with as Offensive Coordinator? And where will Sean Payton end up? He is expected to get $15-20 million a year and Denver can afford that and needs that right now. Gio asks Boomer if Frank Reich is getting the Carolina job.

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
Divisional-Round Story Lines and Picks. Plus Jim Nantz on Buffalo's Resilience, the “Storybook” Call, and His Career.

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 84:19


Russillo shares his view of the four NFL divisional-round playoff games before making his picks (0:47). Then Ryen talks with broadcasting legend Jim Nantz to discuss his experience at the Week 18 Bills-Patriots matchup, when Nyheim Hines returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, Jim's favorite QBs to have pre-production meetings with, Tony Romo's emergence in football broadcasting, Jim's long relationship with CBS, the magic of the Masters Tournament, and more (13:43). Finally Ryen and Kyle give out their favorite picks for the divisional round (55:10), before answering some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (56:24). Host: Ryen Russillo Guest: Jim Nantz Producer: Kyle Crichton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
1-20-23 Segment 2 Ken the ASMR Star

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 61:22


Cardinals play-by-play discussion. The boys break it down. Buck & Aikman. Jim Nantz. Braiding our hair in Jamaica. ASMR. Iggy claims he could do an ASMR video that gets 50,000 views. Ting Ting. Mizzou's new QB

The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast
Episode 69: What's next for legends, Al Michaels and Tom Brady

The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 48:35


In this week's Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast sponsored by WSC Sports: Pod hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand dissect all aspects of the NFL's Wild Card weekend, from a sports media perspective. They look into whether social media complaints about Al Michaels' and Tony Dungy's performance are fair, and they look into how the top NFL broadcast teams on other networks fared: Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth on NBC, Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen on Fox, Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on CBS, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on ESPN and Joe Davis and Daryl Johnston on Fox. Marchand and Ourand also review ManningCast's playoff performance; predict whether Fox will have Tom Brady on air this postseason and look into the sports media fortunes of Sean McVay.   The hosts identify the sports media executives that will be considered for the Big Ten Commissioner job being vacated by Kevin Warren; MLB's plans around local media; and the likelihood of Netflix bidding on sports rights. For more information on WSC Sports visit bit.ly/3OzggWO Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Fan Morning Show
Jason La Canfora, Neil Walker!

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 43:35


The AFC is going to be a huge pain to get through for an extended period of time. What do the Steelers need to do in order to close the gap?  Jim Nantz needs to clear something up or Colin is going to go insane. JASON LA CANFORA - Jason doesn't know how Brandon Staley will survive, but thinks he may. Jason said that he'd hang on to Brock Purdy if he were the 49ers. He thinks the Steelers could have beat the Bills/Bengals yesterday if the game script would have been similar. NEIL WALKER  - Neil said that McCutchen's leadership is going to be huge for this young team. Neil said it's cool to him that McCutchen looks at Pittsburgh as his home. 

The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast
Episode 68: The NFL playoffs begin as the college football playoffs end

The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 42:32 Very Popular


In this week's Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast sponsored by WSC Sports: How did ESPN end up with a Cowboys playoff game? That's one of many NFL playoff-related topics discussed by Andrew Marchand and John Ourand this week. Other topics include how CBS and Fox handled the final regular season NFL Sunday, Greg Gumbel's week 18 performance, DirecTV's negotiations for NFL Sunday Ticket's commercial rights and a look back at 2022's 100 most viewed shows on television – a list that is dominated by NFL games.   Ourand is in Los Angeles and gives a report from the site of thethe CFP Championship game. College football topics include Pat McAfee's alternate telecast around the championship game, an update on media rights to the planned CFP expansion and a preview of NBC's planned “Blackbird” booth for the Big Ten that will feature Noah Eagle and Todd Blackledge.   Mentioned this episode: Tom Brady, Pat McAfee, Jamie Horowitz, Jake Horowitz, Jimmy Pitaro, Austin Karp, Cameron Maybin, Jon Greenberg, Tim McCarver, Tony Kubek, Ron Darling, Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, Justin Kutcher, Troy Vincent, Watergate, Damar Hamlin, Joe Buck, Don Van Natta, Tony Romo, Jim Nantz, Nyheim Hines, Scott Van Pelt, Uncle Sloppy Joe, Joe Simons, Al Michaels, Tony Dungy, Sean McVay, Jason Witten, Aaron Rodgers, Greg Gumbel, Deshaun Watson, David Njoku, Billy Wanger, Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Bill Simmons, Charles Barkley, Noah Eagle, Todd Blackledge, Ian Eagle, Ryan Glasspiegel, Chris Mason, Acie Wyatt For more information on WSC Sports visit bit.ly/3OzggWO Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Tuesday, January 10th, 2023 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 15:01


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Tuesday, January 10th, 2023. Happy Tuesday everyone! I hope your week is going well for you and yours in this new year… and speaking of this new year! Club Membership Plug: (1/9) Ladies and gentleman, now is the time to sign up for a club membership at fightlaughfeast.com! You’ve heard it all before, new year, new you! Well that’s true for our club portal… This year, CrossPolitic will be dropping EXCLUSIVE content into our club portal, that you won’t be able to find ANYWHERE else. Some of this content will include a Bible study series with Pastor Toby, a new special with New Saint Andrew’s President, Ben Merkle, our backstage content, and probably stuff that Gabe hasn’t told Toby or Knox about! So again, head on over to fightlaughfeast.com to get signed up today! That’s fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/irs-chopping-block-first-day-legislative-work-speaker-mccarthy IRS on the chopping block on first day of legislative work under Speaker McCarthy The House of Representatives is slated to vote on a bill Monday night that would cut more than $70 billion in Internal Revenue Service funding in an effort to prevent the agency from conducting new audits on Americans — fulfilling newly elected House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s promise ahead of taking the gavel. The Family and Small Business Taxpayer Protection Act from Reps. Adrian Smith, R-Neb., and Michelle Steel, R-Calif., would roll back the billions of dollars of funding for the IRS that was approved in the Inflation Reduction Act last year. Smith’s bill leaves in place funding for customer service and improvements to IT services at the IRS but rescinds several categories of unobligated funding, including money that could be used to conduct any new audits on Americans. In total, it would claw back $72 billion of the funding Congress approved for the IRS last year. The Inflation Reduction Act granted an $80 billion boost to the IRS over a 10-year period, and more than half of those funds were aimed at helping the agency crack down on tax evasion. In 2021, the Treasury Department estimated that $80 billion would be used to hire 87,000 auditors and other new staff. Republicans have said they would fight this aggressive expansion that would more than double the agency’s current size. "The last thing the American people need right now are more audits from an out-of-control, bloated IRS," Smith told Fox News Digital on Monday. "The Inflation Act funding for IRS would lead to the hiring of 87,000 new IRS employees tasked with raising enough revenue to pay for Democrats’ Green New Deal priorities." In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital just days before the midterm elections, McCarthy vowed that if he became speaker of the House, protecting Americans from the IRS would be his first order of business. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/whats-house-rules-package-tough-limits-federal-spending What's in it: House GOP rules package aims to curb trillions in yearly heaps of new debt A 55-page set of rules for the House that Speaker Kevin McCarthy hopes to pass on Monday will set ambitious new curbs on federal spending, part of the GOP's effort to stop piling on trillions of dollars in new debt each year. One of the biggest changes is a return to a "Cut-As-You-Go" policy that says legislation cannot be considered if it increases mandatory spending over a 5- or 10-year period. This "CUTGO" policy requires bills that call for new spending to find offsetting spending cuts elsewhere in the federal budget. That is a more aggressive stance compared to the "Pay-As-You-Go" policy under Democratic control. "PAYGO" also requires offsets to new spending, but those offsets can either be spending cuts or tax increases – and in either case, PAYGO rules were often waived entirely by Democrats. The decision to go with CUTGO shows the new GOP’s aversion to possible tax hikes, which can be seen elsewhere in the new rules package. For example, the rules require a supermajority in the House to approve new tax increases. "A bill or joint resolution, amendment, or conference report carrying a federal income tax rate increase may not be considered as passed or agreed to unless so determined by a vote of not less than three-fifths of the Members voting, a quorum being present," the rules state. In another push to stop piling on new debt, the rules will end the practice of allowing the House to automatically increase the debt ceiling through passage of a budget resolution that would require borrowing above the current ceiling. Instead, the GOP will require separate votes to raise the debt ceiling in a bid to restore accountability to Congress. The current debt ceiling is $31.38 trillion, and the government is on the verge of hitting that cap. The rules package also instructs House committees to prepare plans for strict oversight of the Biden administration, including an assessment of which programs continue to receive funding from Congress even though their authorization lapsed. It calls on committees to make recommendations on how to either consolidate or terminate those programs. The package brings back the so-called Holman Rule, which allows members to chop specific agencies or even the salaries of specific federal employees when appropriations bills are being considered. https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-twitter-was-pressured-by-pfizer-to-suppress-posts-questioning-covid-vax-efficacy-twitter-files?utm_campaign=64487 Twitter was pressured by Pfizer to suppress posts questioning Covid vax efficacy: Twitter Files Alex Berenson dropped records from the Twitter Files on Monday, stating that a board member for Pfizer pressured Twitter to suppress and censor any posts questioning the efficacy of the company's mRNA vaccine. On August 27, 2021, Pfizer Board Member Dr. Scott Gottlieb emailed Todd O’Boyle, a Senior Manager of Public Policy at Twitter’s Washington, DC location, according to LinkedIn, and also Twitter’s point of contact with the White House, Berenson reported. The email subject line contained a tweet from Dr. Brett Giroir, who had briefly served under Gottlieb in the Food and Drug Administration. That tweet read: "It’s now clear that [Covid-19] natural immunity is superior to [vaccine] immunity, by ALOT. There’s no scientific justification for [vax proof] if a person had prior infection." https://www.theepochtimes.com/biden-declares-state-of-emergency-in-california-after-deadly-storms_4971604.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Biden Declares State of Emergency in California After Deadly Storms President Joe Biden declared a state of emergency in California on Jan. 9 after a series of storms hit the Golden State, leaving about a dozen people dead. Several storms, as part of an “atmospheric river,” have hit California over the past two weeks and caused hundreds of thousands of customers to lose power, according to Poweroutage.us. As of the morning of Jan. 9, the website shows that more than 100,000 people are without power. Since Dec. 26, 2022, San Francisco has received more than 10 inches of rain, while Mammoth Mountain, a popular ski area in the Eastern Sierra, got nearly 10 feet of snow, the National Weather Service said. The emergency declaration allows the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to coordinate disaster relief efforts and use emergency resources, the White House said in a Jan. 9 statement. Biden, who’s currently in Mexico, declared that an “emergency exists” in California following “successive and severe winter storms, flooding, and mudslides.” FEMA is authorized to provide “equipment and resources necessary to alleviate the impacts of the emergency,” according to the statement. Over the weekend, in anticipation of more storms, the National Weather Service warned of a “relentless parade of atmospheric rivers” that will likely hit California. The second storm system will hit on Jan. 10 with lower rainfall totals but will affect locations in Southern California, according to the federal agency. Heavy snow of as much as six feet will fall across higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada mountains, located in the eastern portion of California, before tapering off on Jan. 11. There will likely be “additional instances of flooding” across California this week, according to the agency. https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-brazilian-anti-lula-protestors-storm-presidential-palace-and-national-congress?utm_campaign=64487 Brazilian anti-Lula protestors storm presidential palace and National Congress The headquarters of Brazil's executive and legislative branches were stormed by demonstrators protesting against the election of socialist President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on Sunday, breaking into the presidential palace as well as the National Congress building. Palácio do Planalto, or Planalto Palace in English, is the workplace of Brazilian presidents, and is located in the same plaza as the National Congress of Brazil, as well as the Supreme Federal Court. The Praça dos Três Poderes, or Three Towers Plaza, is in the capital city of Brasília. Brazilian outlet Metropoles reports that a hundreds of "Bolsonarists," or supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro, "broke through blocks that prevent the entry of non-accredited people and entered the Planalto parking lot," before eventually making their way into the Planalto Palace and National Congress buildings. Footage shared by American conservative activist ALX shows the moment protestors broke through the barrier as police attempted to subdue them. Eventually the police had to retreat while the crowd stormed through. Video from inside the Planalto Palace shows the protestors, decked out in patriotic outfits, walking through the gas around the offices. Around 2:40 pm, the protestors also entered the National Congress building under a "shower of tear gas bombs." More footage shows masses of protestors climbing up the ramps on the outside of the congressional building to get inside. Meanwhile, Bolsonaro is suspected to have been in Orlando, Florida, since December, reported The Hill. Diario 98 columnist George Marques reported that while the buildings were being invaded, a portion of the Bolsonaro supporters stayed behind to pray. Lula, who was inaugurated just one week ago, won 50.83 percent of the vote compared to conservative incumbent Jair Bolsonaro, who won 49.17, in the country's October 2 vote. There was a runoff election afterwards on October 30 which Lula won, and that win was immediately ratified by the Superior Electoral Court. Gravity Jack: Gravity Jack is a full service digital agency specializing in the development of Virtual & Augmented Reality experiences, mobile apps, blockchain and Web3 projects. Founded in 2009 as the first American agency to offer augmented reality, they even patented it; Gravity Jack's digital experiences have been a source of innovation for small business, Fortune 500 Companies, and the US Military. Get your vision in motion at gravityjack.com ‘God’s Real’: Bills Quarterback Josh Allen Fights Back Tears While Recounting ‘Spiritual’ Moment on Field as Damar Hamlin Recovers It has been a harrowing, terrifying, and yet oddly optimistic time for the Buffalo Bills. On Sunday, just shy of a week after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed and went into cardiac arrest during a football showdown between the Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals, the Bills returned to the field and won against the New England Patriots. But that was only a bonus to the amazing news Hamlin is recovering and was able to watch the game from his hospital bed, sharing in the joy the 35-23 victory brought. Hamlin’s healing has been an answer to prayer for a nation on the edge of its seat, wondering if the 24-year-old player — whose initial medical state was dire — would pull through. That emotional toll was palpable, particularly after the Bills’ win Sunday. Quarterback Josh Allen delivered an emotional statement and gave God all the glory. “It was just spiritual … I was going around my team and saying, ‘God’s real,'” Allen said. “You can’t draw that one, write that one up any better.” He continued, as he got emotional, “It’s been three years and three months since the last kickoff return.” Allen was addressing the first play of the game, a 96-yard kickoff return — a resulting touchdown that left the Bills in celebration. The significance here, of course, is Hamlin’s number, which is 3. Here’s the great Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on the call: https://twitter.com/i/status/1612148627904032768 - Play Video With the players coming out donning Hamlin’s number, Allen clearly saw significance in the fact it had also been three years and three months since that last kickoff return. Allen also said during the post-game news conference he can’t remember another play that impacted him in such a profound way. “You want the truth? It was spiritual. It really was,” he said. “Bone-chilling. It was special. I can’t remember a play that touched me like that in my life.” https://twitter.com/i/status/1612215028085817345 - Play Video And that today… is why I love sports.

Murph & Mac Podcast
1-10 Jim Nantz joins Murph and Mac to discuss the emotions from the Bills win over the Patriots after the Damar Hamlin injury

Murph & Mac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 12:11


Jim Nantz joins Murph and Mac to discuss the emotions from the Bills win over the Patriots after the Damar Hamlin injury.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Tuesday, January 10th, 2023

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 15:01


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Tuesday, January 10th, 2023. Happy Tuesday everyone! I hope your week is going well for you and yours in this new year… and speaking of this new year! Club Membership Plug: (1/9) Ladies and gentleman, now is the time to sign up for a club membership at fightlaughfeast.com! You’ve heard it all before, new year, new you! Well that’s true for our club portal… This year, CrossPolitic will be dropping EXCLUSIVE content into our club portal, that you won’t be able to find ANYWHERE else. Some of this content will include a Bible study series with Pastor Toby, a new special with New Saint Andrew’s President, Ben Merkle, our backstage content, and probably stuff that Gabe hasn’t told Toby or Knox about! So again, head on over to fightlaughfeast.com to get signed up today! That’s fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/irs-chopping-block-first-day-legislative-work-speaker-mccarthy IRS on the chopping block on first day of legislative work under Speaker McCarthy The House of Representatives is slated to vote on a bill Monday night that would cut more than $70 billion in Internal Revenue Service funding in an effort to prevent the agency from conducting new audits on Americans — fulfilling newly elected House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s promise ahead of taking the gavel. The Family and Small Business Taxpayer Protection Act from Reps. Adrian Smith, R-Neb., and Michelle Steel, R-Calif., would roll back the billions of dollars of funding for the IRS that was approved in the Inflation Reduction Act last year. Smith’s bill leaves in place funding for customer service and improvements to IT services at the IRS but rescinds several categories of unobligated funding, including money that could be used to conduct any new audits on Americans. In total, it would claw back $72 billion of the funding Congress approved for the IRS last year. The Inflation Reduction Act granted an $80 billion boost to the IRS over a 10-year period, and more than half of those funds were aimed at helping the agency crack down on tax evasion. In 2021, the Treasury Department estimated that $80 billion would be used to hire 87,000 auditors and other new staff. Republicans have said they would fight this aggressive expansion that would more than double the agency’s current size. "The last thing the American people need right now are more audits from an out-of-control, bloated IRS," Smith told Fox News Digital on Monday. "The Inflation Act funding for IRS would lead to the hiring of 87,000 new IRS employees tasked with raising enough revenue to pay for Democrats’ Green New Deal priorities." In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital just days before the midterm elections, McCarthy vowed that if he became speaker of the House, protecting Americans from the IRS would be his first order of business. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/whats-house-rules-package-tough-limits-federal-spending What's in it: House GOP rules package aims to curb trillions in yearly heaps of new debt A 55-page set of rules for the House that Speaker Kevin McCarthy hopes to pass on Monday will set ambitious new curbs on federal spending, part of the GOP's effort to stop piling on trillions of dollars in new debt each year. One of the biggest changes is a return to a "Cut-As-You-Go" policy that says legislation cannot be considered if it increases mandatory spending over a 5- or 10-year period. This "CUTGO" policy requires bills that call for new spending to find offsetting spending cuts elsewhere in the federal budget. That is a more aggressive stance compared to the "Pay-As-You-Go" policy under Democratic control. "PAYGO" also requires offsets to new spending, but those offsets can either be spending cuts or tax increases – and in either case, PAYGO rules were often waived entirely by Democrats. The decision to go with CUTGO shows the new GOP’s aversion to possible tax hikes, which can be seen elsewhere in the new rules package. For example, the rules require a supermajority in the House to approve new tax increases. "A bill or joint resolution, amendment, or conference report carrying a federal income tax rate increase may not be considered as passed or agreed to unless so determined by a vote of not less than three-fifths of the Members voting, a quorum being present," the rules state. In another push to stop piling on new debt, the rules will end the practice of allowing the House to automatically increase the debt ceiling through passage of a budget resolution that would require borrowing above the current ceiling. Instead, the GOP will require separate votes to raise the debt ceiling in a bid to restore accountability to Congress. The current debt ceiling is $31.38 trillion, and the government is on the verge of hitting that cap. The rules package also instructs House committees to prepare plans for strict oversight of the Biden administration, including an assessment of which programs continue to receive funding from Congress even though their authorization lapsed. It calls on committees to make recommendations on how to either consolidate or terminate those programs. The package brings back the so-called Holman Rule, which allows members to chop specific agencies or even the salaries of specific federal employees when appropriations bills are being considered. https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-twitter-was-pressured-by-pfizer-to-suppress-posts-questioning-covid-vax-efficacy-twitter-files?utm_campaign=64487 Twitter was pressured by Pfizer to suppress posts questioning Covid vax efficacy: Twitter Files Alex Berenson dropped records from the Twitter Files on Monday, stating that a board member for Pfizer pressured Twitter to suppress and censor any posts questioning the efficacy of the company's mRNA vaccine. On August 27, 2021, Pfizer Board Member Dr. Scott Gottlieb emailed Todd O’Boyle, a Senior Manager of Public Policy at Twitter’s Washington, DC location, according to LinkedIn, and also Twitter’s point of contact with the White House, Berenson reported. The email subject line contained a tweet from Dr. Brett Giroir, who had briefly served under Gottlieb in the Food and Drug Administration. That tweet read: "It’s now clear that [Covid-19] natural immunity is superior to [vaccine] immunity, by ALOT. There’s no scientific justification for [vax proof] if a person had prior infection." https://www.theepochtimes.com/biden-declares-state-of-emergency-in-california-after-deadly-storms_4971604.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Biden Declares State of Emergency in California After Deadly Storms President Joe Biden declared a state of emergency in California on Jan. 9 after a series of storms hit the Golden State, leaving about a dozen people dead. Several storms, as part of an “atmospheric river,” have hit California over the past two weeks and caused hundreds of thousands of customers to lose power, according to Poweroutage.us. As of the morning of Jan. 9, the website shows that more than 100,000 people are without power. Since Dec. 26, 2022, San Francisco has received more than 10 inches of rain, while Mammoth Mountain, a popular ski area in the Eastern Sierra, got nearly 10 feet of snow, the National Weather Service said. The emergency declaration allows the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to coordinate disaster relief efforts and use emergency resources, the White House said in a Jan. 9 statement. Biden, who’s currently in Mexico, declared that an “emergency exists” in California following “successive and severe winter storms, flooding, and mudslides.” FEMA is authorized to provide “equipment and resources necessary to alleviate the impacts of the emergency,” according to the statement. Over the weekend, in anticipation of more storms, the National Weather Service warned of a “relentless parade of atmospheric rivers” that will likely hit California. The second storm system will hit on Jan. 10 with lower rainfall totals but will affect locations in Southern California, according to the federal agency. Heavy snow of as much as six feet will fall across higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada mountains, located in the eastern portion of California, before tapering off on Jan. 11. There will likely be “additional instances of flooding” across California this week, according to the agency. https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-brazilian-anti-lula-protestors-storm-presidential-palace-and-national-congress?utm_campaign=64487 Brazilian anti-Lula protestors storm presidential palace and National Congress The headquarters of Brazil's executive and legislative branches were stormed by demonstrators protesting against the election of socialist President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on Sunday, breaking into the presidential palace as well as the National Congress building. Palácio do Planalto, or Planalto Palace in English, is the workplace of Brazilian presidents, and is located in the same plaza as the National Congress of Brazil, as well as the Supreme Federal Court. The Praça dos Três Poderes, or Three Towers Plaza, is in the capital city of Brasília. Brazilian outlet Metropoles reports that a hundreds of "Bolsonarists," or supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro, "broke through blocks that prevent the entry of non-accredited people and entered the Planalto parking lot," before eventually making their way into the Planalto Palace and National Congress buildings. Footage shared by American conservative activist ALX shows the moment protestors broke through the barrier as police attempted to subdue them. Eventually the police had to retreat while the crowd stormed through. Video from inside the Planalto Palace shows the protestors, decked out in patriotic outfits, walking through the gas around the offices. Around 2:40 pm, the protestors also entered the National Congress building under a "shower of tear gas bombs." More footage shows masses of protestors climbing up the ramps on the outside of the congressional building to get inside. Meanwhile, Bolsonaro is suspected to have been in Orlando, Florida, since December, reported The Hill. Diario 98 columnist George Marques reported that while the buildings were being invaded, a portion of the Bolsonaro supporters stayed behind to pray. Lula, who was inaugurated just one week ago, won 50.83 percent of the vote compared to conservative incumbent Jair Bolsonaro, who won 49.17, in the country's October 2 vote. There was a runoff election afterwards on October 30 which Lula won, and that win was immediately ratified by the Superior Electoral Court. Gravity Jack: Gravity Jack is a full service digital agency specializing in the development of Virtual & Augmented Reality experiences, mobile apps, blockchain and Web3 projects. Founded in 2009 as the first American agency to offer augmented reality, they even patented it; Gravity Jack's digital experiences have been a source of innovation for small business, Fortune 500 Companies, and the US Military. Get your vision in motion at gravityjack.com ‘God’s Real’: Bills Quarterback Josh Allen Fights Back Tears While Recounting ‘Spiritual’ Moment on Field as Damar Hamlin Recovers It has been a harrowing, terrifying, and yet oddly optimistic time for the Buffalo Bills. On Sunday, just shy of a week after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed and went into cardiac arrest during a football showdown between the Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals, the Bills returned to the field and won against the New England Patriots. But that was only a bonus to the amazing news Hamlin is recovering and was able to watch the game from his hospital bed, sharing in the joy the 35-23 victory brought. Hamlin’s healing has been an answer to prayer for a nation on the edge of its seat, wondering if the 24-year-old player — whose initial medical state was dire — would pull through. That emotional toll was palpable, particularly after the Bills’ win Sunday. Quarterback Josh Allen delivered an emotional statement and gave God all the glory. “It was just spiritual … I was going around my team and saying, ‘God’s real,'” Allen said. “You can’t draw that one, write that one up any better.” He continued, as he got emotional, “It’s been three years and three months since the last kickoff return.” Allen was addressing the first play of the game, a 96-yard kickoff return — a resulting touchdown that left the Bills in celebration. The significance here, of course, is Hamlin’s number, which is 3. Here’s the great Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on the call: https://twitter.com/i/status/1612148627904032768 - Play Video With the players coming out donning Hamlin’s number, Allen clearly saw significance in the fact it had also been three years and three months since that last kickoff return. Allen also said during the post-game news conference he can’t remember another play that impacted him in such a profound way. “You want the truth? It was spiritual. It really was,” he said. “Bone-chilling. It was special. I can’t remember a play that touched me like that in my life.” https://twitter.com/i/status/1612215028085817345 - Play Video And that today… is why I love sports.

KNBR Podcast
1-10 Jim Nantz joins Murph and Mac to discuss the emotions from the Bills win over the Patriots after the Damar Hamlin injury

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 12:11


Jim Nantz joins Murph and Mac to discuss the emotions from the Bills win over the Patriots after the Damar Hamlin injury.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fight Laugh Feast USA
Daily News Brief for Tuesday, January 10th, 2023 [Daily News Brief]

Fight Laugh Feast USA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 15:01


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Tuesday, January 10th, 2023. Happy Tuesday everyone! I hope your week is going well for you and yours in this new year… and speaking of this new year! Club Membership Plug: (1/9) Ladies and gentleman, now is the time to sign up for a club membership at fightlaughfeast.com! You’ve heard it all before, new year, new you! Well that’s true for our club portal… This year, CrossPolitic will be dropping EXCLUSIVE content into our club portal, that you won’t be able to find ANYWHERE else. Some of this content will include a Bible study series with Pastor Toby, a new special with New Saint Andrew’s President, Ben Merkle, our backstage content, and probably stuff that Gabe hasn’t told Toby or Knox about! So again, head on over to fightlaughfeast.com to get signed up today! That’s fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/irs-chopping-block-first-day-legislative-work-speaker-mccarthy IRS on the chopping block on first day of legislative work under Speaker McCarthy The House of Representatives is slated to vote on a bill Monday night that would cut more than $70 billion in Internal Revenue Service funding in an effort to prevent the agency from conducting new audits on Americans — fulfilling newly elected House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s promise ahead of taking the gavel. The Family and Small Business Taxpayer Protection Act from Reps. Adrian Smith, R-Neb., and Michelle Steel, R-Calif., would roll back the billions of dollars of funding for the IRS that was approved in the Inflation Reduction Act last year. Smith’s bill leaves in place funding for customer service and improvements to IT services at the IRS but rescinds several categories of unobligated funding, including money that could be used to conduct any new audits on Americans. In total, it would claw back $72 billion of the funding Congress approved for the IRS last year. The Inflation Reduction Act granted an $80 billion boost to the IRS over a 10-year period, and more than half of those funds were aimed at helping the agency crack down on tax evasion. In 2021, the Treasury Department estimated that $80 billion would be used to hire 87,000 auditors and other new staff. Republicans have said they would fight this aggressive expansion that would more than double the agency’s current size. "The last thing the American people need right now are more audits from an out-of-control, bloated IRS," Smith told Fox News Digital on Monday. "The Inflation Act funding for IRS would lead to the hiring of 87,000 new IRS employees tasked with raising enough revenue to pay for Democrats’ Green New Deal priorities." In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital just days before the midterm elections, McCarthy vowed that if he became speaker of the House, protecting Americans from the IRS would be his first order of business. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/whats-house-rules-package-tough-limits-federal-spending What's in it: House GOP rules package aims to curb trillions in yearly heaps of new debt A 55-page set of rules for the House that Speaker Kevin McCarthy hopes to pass on Monday will set ambitious new curbs on federal spending, part of the GOP's effort to stop piling on trillions of dollars in new debt each year. One of the biggest changes is a return to a "Cut-As-You-Go" policy that says legislation cannot be considered if it increases mandatory spending over a 5- or 10-year period. This "CUTGO" policy requires bills that call for new spending to find offsetting spending cuts elsewhere in the federal budget. That is a more aggressive stance compared to the "Pay-As-You-Go" policy under Democratic control. "PAYGO" also requires offsets to new spending, but those offsets can either be spending cuts or tax increases – and in either case, PAYGO rules were often waived entirely by Democrats. The decision to go with CUTGO shows the new GOP’s aversion to possible tax hikes, which can be seen elsewhere in the new rules package. For example, the rules require a supermajority in the House to approve new tax increases. "A bill or joint resolution, amendment, or conference report carrying a federal income tax rate increase may not be considered as passed or agreed to unless so determined by a vote of not less than three-fifths of the Members voting, a quorum being present," the rules state. In another push to stop piling on new debt, the rules will end the practice of allowing the House to automatically increase the debt ceiling through passage of a budget resolution that would require borrowing above the current ceiling. Instead, the GOP will require separate votes to raise the debt ceiling in a bid to restore accountability to Congress. The current debt ceiling is $31.38 trillion, and the government is on the verge of hitting that cap. The rules package also instructs House committees to prepare plans for strict oversight of the Biden administration, including an assessment of which programs continue to receive funding from Congress even though their authorization lapsed. It calls on committees to make recommendations on how to either consolidate or terminate those programs. The package brings back the so-called Holman Rule, which allows members to chop specific agencies or even the salaries of specific federal employees when appropriations bills are being considered. https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-twitter-was-pressured-by-pfizer-to-suppress-posts-questioning-covid-vax-efficacy-twitter-files?utm_campaign=64487 Twitter was pressured by Pfizer to suppress posts questioning Covid vax efficacy: Twitter Files Alex Berenson dropped records from the Twitter Files on Monday, stating that a board member for Pfizer pressured Twitter to suppress and censor any posts questioning the efficacy of the company's mRNA vaccine. On August 27, 2021, Pfizer Board Member Dr. Scott Gottlieb emailed Todd O’Boyle, a Senior Manager of Public Policy at Twitter’s Washington, DC location, according to LinkedIn, and also Twitter’s point of contact with the White House, Berenson reported. The email subject line contained a tweet from Dr. Brett Giroir, who had briefly served under Gottlieb in the Food and Drug Administration. That tweet read: "It’s now clear that [Covid-19] natural immunity is superior to [vaccine] immunity, by ALOT. There’s no scientific justification for [vax proof] if a person had prior infection." https://www.theepochtimes.com/biden-declares-state-of-emergency-in-california-after-deadly-storms_4971604.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Biden Declares State of Emergency in California After Deadly Storms President Joe Biden declared a state of emergency in California on Jan. 9 after a series of storms hit the Golden State, leaving about a dozen people dead. Several storms, as part of an “atmospheric river,” have hit California over the past two weeks and caused hundreds of thousands of customers to lose power, according to Poweroutage.us. As of the morning of Jan. 9, the website shows that more than 100,000 people are without power. Since Dec. 26, 2022, San Francisco has received more than 10 inches of rain, while Mammoth Mountain, a popular ski area in the Eastern Sierra, got nearly 10 feet of snow, the National Weather Service said. The emergency declaration allows the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to coordinate disaster relief efforts and use emergency resources, the White House said in a Jan. 9 statement. Biden, who’s currently in Mexico, declared that an “emergency exists” in California following “successive and severe winter storms, flooding, and mudslides.” FEMA is authorized to provide “equipment and resources necessary to alleviate the impacts of the emergency,” according to the statement. Over the weekend, in anticipation of more storms, the National Weather Service warned of a “relentless parade of atmospheric rivers” that will likely hit California. The second storm system will hit on Jan. 10 with lower rainfall totals but will affect locations in Southern California, according to the federal agency. Heavy snow of as much as six feet will fall across higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada mountains, located in the eastern portion of California, before tapering off on Jan. 11. There will likely be “additional instances of flooding” across California this week, according to the agency. https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-brazilian-anti-lula-protestors-storm-presidential-palace-and-national-congress?utm_campaign=64487 Brazilian anti-Lula protestors storm presidential palace and National Congress The headquarters of Brazil's executive and legislative branches were stormed by demonstrators protesting against the election of socialist President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on Sunday, breaking into the presidential palace as well as the National Congress building. Palácio do Planalto, or Planalto Palace in English, is the workplace of Brazilian presidents, and is located in the same plaza as the National Congress of Brazil, as well as the Supreme Federal Court. The Praça dos Três Poderes, or Three Towers Plaza, is in the capital city of Brasília. Brazilian outlet Metropoles reports that a hundreds of "Bolsonarists," or supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro, "broke through blocks that prevent the entry of non-accredited people and entered the Planalto parking lot," before eventually making their way into the Planalto Palace and National Congress buildings. Footage shared by American conservative activist ALX shows the moment protestors broke through the barrier as police attempted to subdue them. Eventually the police had to retreat while the crowd stormed through. Video from inside the Planalto Palace shows the protestors, decked out in patriotic outfits, walking through the gas around the offices. Around 2:40 pm, the protestors also entered the National Congress building under a "shower of tear gas bombs." More footage shows masses of protestors climbing up the ramps on the outside of the congressional building to get inside. Meanwhile, Bolsonaro is suspected to have been in Orlando, Florida, since December, reported The Hill. Diario 98 columnist George Marques reported that while the buildings were being invaded, a portion of the Bolsonaro supporters stayed behind to pray. Lula, who was inaugurated just one week ago, won 50.83 percent of the vote compared to conservative incumbent Jair Bolsonaro, who won 49.17, in the country's October 2 vote. There was a runoff election afterwards on October 30 which Lula won, and that win was immediately ratified by the Superior Electoral Court. Gravity Jack: Gravity Jack is a full service digital agency specializing in the development of Virtual & Augmented Reality experiences, mobile apps, blockchain and Web3 projects. Founded in 2009 as the first American agency to offer augmented reality, they even patented it; Gravity Jack's digital experiences have been a source of innovation for small business, Fortune 500 Companies, and the US Military. Get your vision in motion at gravityjack.com ‘God’s Real’: Bills Quarterback Josh Allen Fights Back Tears While Recounting ‘Spiritual’ Moment on Field as Damar Hamlin Recovers It has been a harrowing, terrifying, and yet oddly optimistic time for the Buffalo Bills. On Sunday, just shy of a week after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed and went into cardiac arrest during a football showdown between the Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals, the Bills returned to the field and won against the New England Patriots. But that was only a bonus to the amazing news Hamlin is recovering and was able to watch the game from his hospital bed, sharing in the joy the 35-23 victory brought. Hamlin’s healing has been an answer to prayer for a nation on the edge of its seat, wondering if the 24-year-old player — whose initial medical state was dire — would pull through. That emotional toll was palpable, particularly after the Bills’ win Sunday. Quarterback Josh Allen delivered an emotional statement and gave God all the glory. “It was just spiritual … I was going around my team and saying, ‘God’s real,'” Allen said. “You can’t draw that one, write that one up any better.” He continued, as he got emotional, “It’s been three years and three months since the last kickoff return.” Allen was addressing the first play of the game, a 96-yard kickoff return — a resulting touchdown that left the Bills in celebration. The significance here, of course, is Hamlin’s number, which is 3. Here’s the great Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on the call: https://twitter.com/i/status/1612148627904032768 - Play Video With the players coming out donning Hamlin’s number, Allen clearly saw significance in the fact it had also been three years and three months since that last kickoff return. Allen also said during the post-game news conference he can’t remember another play that impacted him in such a profound way. “You want the truth? It was spiritual. It really was,” he said. “Bone-chilling. It was special. I can’t remember a play that touched me like that in my life.” https://twitter.com/i/status/1612215028085817345 - Play Video And that today… is why I love sports.

Boomer & Gio
Jerry's First Update: Giants, Jets, Bills Great Moment, Rodgers Out of Playoffs

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 16:41


The Giants didn't play many starters, but Brian Daboll appreciated the effort of those that played. Davis Webb enjoyed starting at QB. Jalen Hurts felt sore after the game. The Jets lost their last six, but Rob Saleh still believes in his team. The Jets haven't had a TD in 3 games and have scored only 44 points in their last 5 games. We heard from Nantz & Romo on the Bills opening kickoff return. The Lions beat the Packers in Lambeau keeping Aaron Rodgers out of the playoffs. Quay Walker of the Packers shoved a member of the Lions medical staff.

Boomer & Gio
Giants v. Vikings Prediction; Jerry Updates Us on the NFL; Jets Post Mortem

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 45:21


Hour 1: Gio has already conceded that his Vikings are going to lose to the Giants this coming weekend. He won't be upset about it because he already knows it's his destiny that it's going to happen. Boomer is trying to talk up Gio to believe in his team but he's not buying it. Gio is already congratulating the Giants on beating the Vikings. The Giants didn't play many starters, but Brian Daboll appreciated the effort of those that played. Davis Webb enjoyed starting at QB. Jalen Hurts felt sore after the game. The Jets lost their last six, but Rob Saleh still believes in his team. The Jets haven't had a TD in 3 games and have scored only 44 points in their last 5 games. We heard from Nantz & Romo on the Bills opening kickoff return. The Lions beat the Packers in Lambeau keeping Aaron Rodgers out of the playoffs. Quay Walker of the Packers shoved a member of the Lions medical staff. In the final segment of the hour, we talked about how bad the Dallas Cowboys offense looked yesterday. The Jets have been so confused on what they are doing with Zach Wilson and the rest of the QBs on the team. Boomer said pink slips are coming today for coaches around the league. The Jets have been terrible, not scoring a TD in the final 3 weeks.

Boomer & Gio
Boomer & Gio Podcast

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 171:27


Hour 1: Gio has already conceded that his Vikings are going to lose to the Giants this coming weekend. He won't be upset about it because he already knows it's his destiny that it's going to happen. Boomer is trying to talk up Gio to believe in his team but he's not buying it. Gio is already congratulating the Giants on beating the Vikings. The Giants didn't play many starters, but Brian Daboll appreciated the effort of those that played. Davis Webb enjoyed starting at QB. Jalen Hurts felt sore after the game. The Jets lost their last six, but Rob Saleh still believes in his team. The Jets haven't had a TD in 3 games and have scored only 44 points in their last 5 games. We heard from Nantz & Romo on the Bills opening kickoff return. The Lions beat the Packers in Lambeau keeping Aaron Rodgers out of the playoffs. Quay Walker of the Packers shoved a member of the Lions medical staff. In the final segment of the hour, we talked about how bad the Dallas Cowboys offense looked yesterday. The Jets have been so confused on what they are doing with Zach Wilson and the rest of the QBs on the team. Boomer said pink slips are coming today for coaches around the league. The Jets have been terrible, not scoring a TD in the final 3 weeks.  Hour 2: Wild Card Weekend is set and most of these games are toss ups. We play ‘Guess The Spread' for Wild Card Weekend. Gio is becoming the Vikings' ‘Sphere of Negativity' according to Boomer. Jerry returns for an update and starts with the Eagles beating the Giants. Davis Webb threw a TD to Kenny Golladay. Saquon Barkley can't wait to play in Wild Card Weekend. Gio said the difference in coaches between the Giants and Vikings is ‘stark'. Joe Flacco's son is a huge Tyreek Hill fan and he got to meet him. We heard play by play from Bills radio on the second kickoff return. Dan Campbell is upset that the season is over. ‘Stop playin' with us, we the Detroit Lions!' The Cowboys got smoked by the Commanders and Jerry Jones said ‘we get to suck on that all week'. The Nets won again, but they lost Kevin Durant to a knee injury. In the final segment of the hour, we talked about Sean McVay possibly leaving the Rams. We also talked about the Jets bringing Zach Wilson back for a third year. Why would Zach Wilson want to be here next year? Hour 3: Joe Flacco's son was at the game wearing a Tyreek Hill Dolphins jersey. Gio can't believe it. You can't have your kid wearing the opposing team's jersey. Jerry returns for an update and starts with the popularity of the NFL as far as TV ratings. Brian Daboll thought the defense played well against the Eagles. Jalen Hurts was hurting badly after the game. Sean McDermott talked about the emotions in the Bills/Patriots game. Gio wonders if the Bills will rest their starters against Miami :). The Lions beat the Packers at Lambeau field to send the Seahawks to the playoffs. Aaron Rodgers said it was a frustrating season with ‘beautiful moments'. Dak talked about his performance against Washington. Brandon Staley talked about why the Chargers played their starters for so long. Brock Purdy said they need to play better even though they had no problem beating the Cardinals. Lovie Smith was fired by Houston. In the final segment of the hour, we talked about the Chiefs doing a ring around the rosie type play against the Raiders.  Hour 4: We went through the best and worst odds to win the Super Bowl for the teams in the playoffs. Jerry returns for an update but first Boomer has some ratings from the Damar Hamlin Monday night game. Brian Daboll was happy with the effort his backups gave yesterday against the Eagles. The Jets lost to the Dolphins 11-6. What a score. The Jets did a ‘pitchy pitchy woo woo' at the end of the game. The Jets average 11 points over six games. Bill Belichick will be back for his 24th season with the Patriots. Dan Campbell was excited for the Lions' win last night. Jerry hates the 17 game season and the way the records are uneven. The Nets won again last night but KD suffered a knee injury. In the final segment of the show, Bernie Kosar was fired by Browns radio for betting on the final Browns game of the season. NFL employees are not allowed to bet on the games. Let's fire Bernie Kosar but give Deshaun Watson the richest contract in NFL history.

Gwynn & Chris On Demand
Ian Eagle discusses Damar Hamlin, the NBA, and succeeding Jim Nantz

Gwynn & Chris On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 13:12


Ian Eagle discusses Damar Hamlin, the NBA, and succeeding Jim Nantz

Boomer & Gio
Boomer & Gio Podcast

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 163:54


Hour 1: Jerry and Sal are in for the week and begin with a look at the Giants and Jets playoff scenarios. Sal says even though the Jets can get in, they aren't good enough. Sal says the organization remains a failure and they put Zach Wilson in a position to fail. Sal also says Daniel Jones is not very good and Jerry disagrees on that as well. CLo is with us today but won't be here Thursday or Friday because he'll be in Hershey with his kids. Jerry wonders if they could have chosen a place with warmer weather. Chris recaps the Christmas Day NFL games and begins with the Bucs' ugly loss to the Cardinals in the night game. The Rams crushed the Broncos in a game the guys say Jim Nantz and Tony Romo can't be happy they spent their Christmas calling. The Packers beat the Dolphins to help the Jets stay alive and the Giants lost on a last-second FG on Saturday. The Knicks lost and Jalen Brunson left with an injury. In the final segment of the hour, Sal shares his Christmas experience. Hour 2: Hour two begins with Jerry asking if Sal can remember a holiday being ruined by a football game. Then they discuss how the Giants matchup against the NFC playoff teams. What teams could the Giants beat in a road playoff game? CLo returns for an update and begins with a classic prank call from Jerry's hosting past. CLo heard a national spot that Jerry recorded and they revisit times when anchors and hosts were pranked with fake sponsors. The Bucs stayed in first in the NFC South but Jerry says teams that finish below .500 shouldn't get to host playoff games. The Rams ran over the Broncos and the Packers came from behind to top the Dolphins thanks to three Tua INTs in the fourth quarter. Sal was given a hard time for trying to watch later games on Christmas Eve. James Harden might want to go back to Houston. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry and Sal discuss the Knicks losing on Christmas and how the Nets look like a legitimate contender under Jacque Vaughn. Hour 3: Hour 3 begins with Jerry and Sal discussing the latest developments with Carlos Correa's flagged physical. Sal says the Mets are being responsible and both of them think the deal ultimately gets done. CLo returns for an update and continues to get grilled on going to Hershey Park in late December. Sal learns who Patrick from SpongeBob is and then the guys recap the three Christmas Day NFL games. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry shares that he watched “A Christmas Story” for the first time and is not a fan. Hour 4: The final hour begins with one key question. Who will start Sunday for the Jets if Mike White isn't cleared? Sal doesn't think Zach Wilson will be benched for Joe Flacco. Sal wouldn't be so quick to give up on Zach Wilson. CLo returns for his final update of the day and the guys break down some poor QB play from Sunday. The Jets need to beat the Seahawks this weekend. Is Seattle still a tough place to play? The Knicks lost to the Sixers on Christmas Day. In the final segment of the show, Jerry discusses how he feels bad passing Yussef for the picks lead and possibly depriving Yussef of a trip to the Super Bowl.

Boomer & Gio
First Update: NFL Christmas Games, Knicks Lose, Brunson Injured

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 17:16


CLo is with us today but won't be here Thursday or Friday because he'll be in Hershey with his kids. Jerry wonders if they could have chosen a place with warmer weather. Chris recaps the Christmas Day NFL games and begins with the Bucs' ugly loss to the Cardinals in the night game. The Rams crushed the Broncos in a game the guys say Jim Nantz and Tony Romo can't be happy they spent their Christmas calling. The Packers beat the Dolphins to help the Jets stay alive and the Giants lost on a last-second FG on Saturday. The Knicks lost and Jalen Brunson left with an injury.

Boomer & Gio
Jets, Giants & Playoffs; Around the NFL; Jalen Brunson Hurt During Knicks Loss

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 46:24


Hour 1: Jerry and Sal are in for the week and begin with a look at the Giants and Jets playoff scenarios. Sal says even though the Jets can get in, they aren't good enough. Sal says the organization remains a failure and they put Zach Wilson in a position to fail. Sal also says Daniel Jones is not very good and Jerry disagrees on that as well. CLo is with us today but won't be here Thursday or Friday because he'll be in Hershey with his kids. Jerry wonders if they could have chosen a place with warmer weather. Chris recaps the Christmas Day NFL games and begins with the Bucs' ugly loss to the Cardinals in the night game. The Rams crushed the Broncos in a game the guys say Jim Nantz and Tony Romo can't be happy they spent their Christmas calling. The Packers beat the Dolphins to help the Jets stay alive and the Giants lost on a last-second FG on Saturday. The Knicks lost and Jalen Brunson left with an injury. In the final segment of the hour, Sal shares his Christmas experience.

Boomer & Gio
Giants Matchups With NFC Playoff Teams; Classic Jerry Prank Caller; NBA Talk

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 42:01


Hour 2: Hour two begins with Jerry asking if Sal can remember a holiday being ruined by a football game. Then they discuss how the Giants matchup against the NFC playoff teams. What teams could the Giants beat in a road playoff game? CLo returns for an update and begins with a classic prank call from Jerry's hosting past. CLo heard a national spot that Jerry recorded and they revisit times when anchors and hosts were pranked with fake sponsors. The Bucs stayed in first in the NFC South but Jerry says teams that finish below .500 shouldn't get to host playoff games. The Rams ran over the Broncos and the Packers came from behind to top the Dolphins thanks to three Tua INTs in the fourth quarter. Sal was given a hard time for trying to watch later games on Christmas Eve. James Harden might want to go back to Houston. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry and Sal discuss the Knicks losing on Christmas and how the Nets look like a legitimate contender under Jacque Vaughn. Note: In keeping with the different time-management when Jerry and Sal are hosting, the remainder of the Knicks/Nets discussion continues at the beginning of the next hour.

School for Startups Radio
December 22, 2022 - Self-Employed Life Jeffrey Shaw and Recording Superstar Peruquois

School for Startups Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 55:00


Jeffrey Shaw - job title and Author of The Self-Employed Life: Business and Personal Development Strategies That Create Sustainable Success  This quote will be added soon, sorry! Jeffrey Shaw became one of the most preeminent portrait photographers in the United States. His on-location style and fine craftsmanship made him the go-to photographer for families of C-suite executives of Anheuser-Busch, Twitter, and many others, Supermodel Stephanie Seymour, news anchors Jim Nantz and David Bloom, sports icons Tom Seaver, Pat Riley, and Wall Street executives too many to mention. His portraits appeared on The Oprah Show, CBS News, in People and O Magazine and hang at Harvard University and The Norman Vincent Peale Center. After 35 years of exceptional service to his exclusive clientele, Jeffrey decided to share his knowledge of business, branding, and marketing to support self-employed and small business owners as well as progressive-minded companies. He's an in-demand keynote speaker at conferences such as HOW Design, Growth Marketing, corporations the likes of Verizon and BMW, and institutions such as Florida Atlantic University and the Adams Center for Entrepreneurship. Jeffrey is also the author of two books, LINGO and The Self-Employed Life, a LinkedIn Learning instructor, and a regular contributor to various publications. In 2014, Jeffrey started a podcast, Creative Warriors, later rebranded as The Self-Employed Life which is amongst the top 15% of all podcasts.  Peruquois - Recording Artist and Healer      This quote will be added soon, sorry! Around the world, she fills huge stadiums, arenas and concert halls bigger than Radio City Music Hall and Carnegie Hall—often averaging 6,000 a night! But in North America, she is still a mystery to be discovered! Peruquois (pronounced Peru-Kua)—she is called by one name only—is a phenomenon in herself. Bringing forth an extraordinary healing sound that is part singing in a range never heard before on the planet, part multidimensional healing, part evoking the feminine goddess within all women—Peruquois stands alone. There is no one else like her. She is the world leader in applied spirituality for women. International recording star, renowned wisdom teacher, accomplished female shaman, master of multicultural music from jazz to Indian Classic to a sound uniquely her own, Peruquois opens women to a part of themselves often long buried, or maybe never even discovered. She is committed to helping women experience a true deep love of themselves. Using an ultra-high/low overtone form of singing she developed, Peruquois can produce up to four voices at a time! A unique sound that has been scientifically-tested to heal in many concerts conducted with her. But it's her remarkable story of how this voice unfolded that is so compelling! Losing her father to a fishing accident at three only began the first of her travails. At 11, she had both legs detached above the knee and then reattached in a botched surgery designed to cure genetic hip rotation, nearly disabling her. Her suffering committed her to rising above pain to focus on living fully and finding the love within. She left home at 15 to find her own way and despite parental disapproval, she turned to her passion to sing as a career. In just one year, she covered 10 years of music education –and, at 19, passed the exams to enter the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts as a jazz vocalist.

The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast
Episode 65: 2022 Sports Media Year in Review

The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 56:17 Very Popular


In this week's Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast sponsored by WSC Sports:  Andrew Marchand and John Ourand choose the ten biggest stories they covered over the past 12 months. The duo starts with the free agent frenzy among NFL announcers last off-season and carries on to the upheaval in local sports TV marketplace. Other topics include Amazon and Apple's sports strategy, Big Ten media rights deal, the rise of soccer on TV and executive moves at the top of the biggest companies in sports media. There's also an in-depth conversation about whether the word ‘irregardless' should ever be uttered on this pod again.   Mentioned this week: Joe Buck, Tony Romo, Troy Aikman, Chris Russo, Tom Brady, Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Al Michaels, Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, Jim Nantz, Roger Goodell, Brian Rolapp, Hans Schroeder, Chris Fowler, irregardless, Chris Mason, Chris Ripley, Adam Silver, John Leo Ourand, Kirk Herbstreit, Dude Perfect, LeBron James, Abe Madkour, Mark Lazarus, ethos, Judge Acie Wyatt, Eric Shanks, Katie Nolan, Tripp Mickle, JJ Redick, Mike Krzyzewski, Coach K podcast producer, Jeff Zucker, David Zaslav, Dick Ebersol, Luis Silberwasser, Lenny Daniels, Bob Iger, Bob Chapek, Jimmy Pitaro, Dan Loeb, Peyton Manning, Tiger Woods, Mark Silverman, Larry Jones, Lionel Messi, Rob Manfred, John Strong, Pep Guardiola, Michael Nathanson, Garrett Camp, Travis Kalanick, Merriam-Webster, Reggie Walker  For more information on WSC Sports visit bit.ly/3OzggWO Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Birdies & Bourbon
QBE Shootout Recap | The Match Highlights Justin Thomas & Jordan Spieth Beat Tiger Woods & Rory McIlroy | PNC Championship Preview

Birdies & Bourbon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 53:59


QBE Shootout Recap | The Match Highlights Justin Thomas & Jordan Spieth Beat Tiger Woods & Rory McIlroy | PNC Championship Preview The Birdies & Bourbon team chat The Match victory for Justin Thomas & Jordan Spieth over Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. Tiger's game did not look sharp coming in for the match. JT and Jordan were thrilled to take home the victory for The Match. Charles Barkley was great in the booth. We chat through some tips on how to make this more entertaining for future events. Can we can Jim Nantz to join the match. How about Justin Thomas and Justin Timberlake on a team. Of course, Bill Murray would be a crowd favorite. Then we get into the QBE Shootout. Congrats to Sahith Theegala and Tom Hoge on their victory. It was a great event and showcased talent from the PGA and LPGA Tours. Many PGA Tour Pros commented on Nelly Korda's game over the weekend. Friend of the show Scott Stallings had some comments and it was overall just positive energy for golf this weekend. We look forward to the PNC Championship this week. Tiger and Charlie Woods will be teeing it up. Can they take on the field and pull out a victory. It's gonna be fun to watch. Be sure to check out the Birdies & Bourbon Holiday Gift guide up on YouTube and Instagram. Cheers. Apparel for the show provided by turtleson. Be sure to check them out online for the new season lineup at https://turtleson.com/ Thanks to Fantasy National Golf Club for providing the stat engine for the show. They can be found at https://www.fantasynational.com The Neat Glass. Be sure to check out The Neat Glass online at theneatglass.com or on Instagram @theneatglass for an improved experience and use discount code: bb10 to receive your Birdies & Bourbon discount. Thank you for taking the time listen to the Birdies & Bourbon Show for all things PGA Tour, golf, gear, bourbon and mixology. Dan & Cal aim to bring you entertaining and informative episodes weekly. Please help spread the word on the podcast and tell a friend about the show. You can also help by leaving an 5-Star iTunes review. We love to hear the feedback and support! Cheers. Follow on Twitter & Instagram ( @birdies_bourbon) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birdies-bourbon/support

In The Trenches with Dave Lapham
Laps Keys To Bengals Victory Cleveland Browns

In The Trenches with Dave Lapham

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 22:09


Week 14 of the NFL season is upon us. The Cincinnati Bengals (8-4) continue their climb back up the standings of the AFC on a four-game winning streak and a rematch of their worst loss of the season against AFC North rival the Cleveland Browns, who won the Week 8 match-up 32-13 on Monday Night Football. Leading up to the Bengals looking to #RuleTheJungle against the Browns, we heard from CBS and top NFL broadcaster Jim Nantz, https://youtu.be/X_SAtr6yW14 - NBC NFL analyst Chris Simms https://youtu.be/mKOY47MAfH0 - along with Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan https://youtu.be/5cqH-1VtgA8 and defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo https://youtu.be/tuSCzzJ4km8  Now, Dave Lapham gets In The Trenches, presented by First Star Logistics, to give his Keys To Bengals Victory over the Browns for the "Battle of Ohio." Ja'Marr Chase provided a spark to the Bengals' offense in his return last week; now, Joe Mixon is expected to be back after missing multiple weeks in the NFL concussion protocol. A win keeps the Bengals powering up the AFC Playoff standings, and Joe Burrow his first career win over the Browns.