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May 13, 2024 79 mins

After both teams have relinquished a 2-0 series lead to now be tied, Bobby discusses which fan base should be more concerned - the Timberwolves or the Knicks. Plus, the guys all discuss their best and worst game they've ever attended as fans in an open segment. And Bobby sat down with Arkansas softball head coach, Courtney Deifel while in Fayetteville, and Florida State softball head coach, Lonni Alameda, along with catcher Michaela Edenfield and Devin Flaherty from their visit for "Too Much Access."

 

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Speaker 1 (00:04):
This is a podcast Carl twenty five whistle talk. Yes,
this sport.

Speaker 2 (00:12):
Scare me.

Speaker 1 (00:12):
When he started singing, well you guys never seen looking
at me my eyes, I didn't like it. Come on, guys,
here we go from the top three to go.

Speaker 2 (00:22):
This is a.

Speaker 1 (00:23):
Podcast called twenty five where still talking.

Speaker 2 (00:28):
Whistle Yeah, it's stupid.

Speaker 1 (00:30):
Oh what did you expect?

Speaker 3 (00:32):
It's a podcast call twenty five.

Speaker 4 (00:34):
Whistleswy five Whistles.

Speaker 1 (00:39):
Thank you everybody that was weird.

Speaker 3 (00:42):
We got it though.

Speaker 1 (00:43):
I just got a text from the University of Oklahoma.
Oh and let me say this. I am not a
Sooner fan, but I'm also not near the Sooner hater.

Speaker 2 (00:53):
As I used to be.

Speaker 3 (00:54):
That's part of your family now.

Speaker 1 (00:55):
Absolutely I root for OU softball to beat everybody except Arkansas.
My wife is diehard Sooner fan. Families diehard Sooner fans.
My wife and I've made a deal. We don't have
to wear each other's clothes as far as she doesn't
want Kansas stuff to Kansas games, but we don't wear
the opposite team and we don't go and root against
I just got a message, good morning.

Speaker 2 (01:18):
This is.

Speaker 1 (01:21):
Coach Venables. Blah blah blah. University Oklahoma. I'm not gonna
say position. Would you be interested in prof that's not
coach though it's not, but it's somebody works for it.
Would you be interested in providing some expert insight for
us as we transition into the SEC. As we look
across the SEC landscape, most schools have an anthem and
a following by several country music music artists. We need this.
The loss of Toby Keith has left a potential void

(01:43):
we need to fill. We also want you and your
wife to be part of our football program, to get
to know our coaches and staff. That's the end of
the text. Huh, so I wrote, hey man, thanks for
reaching out. Is this a mass text?

Speaker 3 (01:55):
That's a fair question.

Speaker 1 (01:57):
Yeah, It's like I want to know if he was
really sending it to me. Yeah, because if so, I
think my in laws would like love good seats to
the football game.

Speaker 4 (02:04):
So what are they looking for there? Are they looking
for you to come help them be the.

Speaker 1 (02:10):
Face of No?

Speaker 4 (02:12):
I won't be the face of it right right right,
But I'm saying, what are they looking for or are
they asking for your help to find them another face
for football?

Speaker 2 (02:19):
I don't know?

Speaker 1 (02:21):
And do you think this is a text they sent
to like fifty people, and then at the end they
just added, we also want you and your wife to
be part of the program.

Speaker 3 (02:26):
That's personalized. So right, I feel like that's for you, man.

Speaker 1 (02:29):
But that part maybe they have to know obviously, how
do they get my number?

Speaker 2 (02:33):
Even?

Speaker 5 (02:34):
Is it a green or a blue text?

Speaker 1 (02:36):
It's a great text. Oh that means official.

Speaker 2 (02:41):
No, it doesn't mean it's official.

Speaker 3 (02:42):
I don't know what that means.

Speaker 2 (02:44):
So I just applied back as a mass text. I
don't know.

Speaker 4 (02:49):
That's still really cool, though, dude, Like I don't get
text like that. You realize that, like Kevin, do you
get text like that?

Speaker 2 (02:54):
Never?

Speaker 1 (02:54):
No, No, they should know though that I'm really not
gonna jump in like neck deep and O you.

Speaker 4 (03:04):
But I think they may just want your help because
because if it was just for you, they would have
been like, hey, we want you and your wife to
be part of our family.

Speaker 1 (03:12):
You know, I hear you. But why would even help them?
Or if I give them like a fake artist, you
should try Jonathan Montgomery my favorite artist. Here's his number,
and then it's it's my other number. And I answered
Jonathan Montgomery hell of an artist, And I totally walk
him down, terrible trup, how did you get my number?
And I show up dressing a cowboy and I'm like,
I'm like, I'm a performer concert for you guys, and
I'm like pixel and I started talking the hogs and

(03:33):
they're like, oh, we just got God by Jonathan Montgomery.
It's the greatest country getter in the land. Because I
do something like that, you would yea, yeah, that's pretty cool.

Speaker 2 (03:43):
Though.

Speaker 3 (03:44):
Man.

Speaker 1 (03:44):
I did reply to some mass text and I've heard
nothing back since, but I just got it.

Speaker 2 (03:48):
It's very long, so.

Speaker 1 (03:49):
Okay, boom, there's that. If I get a text from that,
I'll let you guys know. The show goes on. Let's
get over to the tittle tattle with Kevin.

Speaker 2 (03:58):
Here we go stupid his name ever The tone.

Speaker 6 (04:07):
After Caleb Williams was named the Bears starting QB this
past weekend. Do you think the Bears jumped the gun
a little bit?

Speaker 2 (04:12):
No, not at all.

Speaker 1 (04:13):
It's only got to be Caleb Williams number one pick.

Speaker 2 (04:15):
They don't have anybody good.

Speaker 1 (04:17):
Uh they have uh, Brett Rippon, Austin Reid Tyson.

Speaker 2 (04:23):
By get they get whatever. They don't have anybody.

Speaker 1 (04:27):
I think if they had a Kurt Warner or somebody
like when Eli went who was even a gar a
Minshoe something like that.

Speaker 2 (04:34):
But they don't.

Speaker 1 (04:34):
So it's Caleb all the way. They got all the
weapons for Caleb, the offensive lines, right, they're ready. I
hope our boy makes the team though Austin Reid Austin
read that'd be awesome.

Speaker 3 (04:44):
Oh yeah, there's our western Kentucky guy.

Speaker 2 (04:46):
I have all this.

Speaker 1 (04:47):
I have like signed gloves at the house from the
Bears quarterback. They gave us gloves. You know who else
makes the teams in Pittsburgh?

Speaker 2 (04:55):
Are U c F buddy? Oh yeah?

Speaker 5 (04:58):
Is the way that John.

Speaker 3 (04:59):
Rece John Rice Plumbley?

Speaker 1 (05:01):
Yeah, I think he signed as a free agent with
the Steelers, so he'd have to be third string if
he makes it, because Justin Fields is going to be second.
Plumbley hopefully makes third, but it's third. They also have
an emergency quarterback or is that the third spot? Gosh,
I don't know.

Speaker 3 (05:19):
Usually they don't have a third.

Speaker 1 (05:21):
Right know, they mostly have a third. I thought they
just even last year they allowed that third to be
the emergency quarterback. Though that can actually sign like day up.
Remember that because then old Belichick was cheating it and
he keep an extra player. Yeah, it's Kalla Williams all
the way, no doubt, no doubt, it's Kalla Willihams. Anything

(05:42):
else would be nuts and it would be a ton
of weird pressure to be one of these other guys
who have no history really in the NFL of success
to be the starting quarterback over him. So yeah, all good,
But in Washington you're probably going to have a rookie start.
Jaydan Daniels probably gonna start over there. I don't I

(06:03):
bet Drake May doesn't start in New England. I wouldn't
start him, not reading the reports about what he needs
to do, how much he needs to learn.

Speaker 2 (06:10):
But rookie quarterbacks can also win.

Speaker 1 (06:13):
I mean, I think in Denver they were going nuts
about how good Knicks is in Denver.

Speaker 2 (06:19):
But he's not doing anything.

Speaker 1 (06:20):
He's just throwing too receivers in shorts and T shirts
means nothing. Right now.

Speaker 5 (06:24):
It's fun to talk about, but the.

Speaker 1 (06:25):
Fact that the team is saying how good he is?

Speaker 5 (06:30):
What are they saying?

Speaker 1 (06:31):
Well, is they're not saying Drake May's good. They're like,
Drake Maid's a lot of work.

Speaker 3 (06:34):
You're right, though, They're not going to say how bad
he is.

Speaker 1 (06:36):
But they're saying about Drake May. They're like, Drake May
needs a lot of work with bow Knicks. They're talking
about how accurate he is all the time. Like you
could just say nothing if you didn't feel like that
was the guy anyway, That's okay, all right?

Speaker 6 (06:49):
Leads us to number two. Actually, then from five to one,
five being most likely. Where would you drink the next
quarterback drafted in the first round this year? In starting
likelihood of starting week one?

Speaker 1 (06:57):
I mean, I think Jayden and Daniels could actually win
Rookie of the Year. Him or Caleb Williams obviously the favorites,
because the're probably gonna be two starting quarterbacks. Pennocks probably
gonna play. I mean, I can't see him playing unless
for some reason that that achilles isn't healed up. Not

(07:21):
from him but fun Kirk Cousins, but probably Jayden, Daniels,
JJ McCarthy, Drake May in that order after Caleb. I
guess bo Nicks, but I never expected him to be good.
I'll read that one Internet that one thing. Yeah, So
I'm gonna go Jade and Daniels. Then I'm gonna go
JJ McCarthy. Then I'll go Drake may Bo Necks and

(07:43):
only Michael Pennox at five because he's probably not going
to get to play man if you play him preseason
and he's awesome.

Speaker 2 (07:50):
Oh, that's just not good.

Speaker 7 (07:53):
I know.

Speaker 2 (07:53):
Back to Washington days, I know, all right.

Speaker 6 (07:56):
Next up, after the Pistons had the worst record in
back to back seasons and ended up with a fifth
overall pick in both drafts, do you think the NBA
should change with their draft rules.

Speaker 1 (08:05):
They changed it initially to keep people from tanking. I
thought it was good. I think it's abnormal that the
worst team gets screwed this hard twice in a row. However,
what a terrible draft. Didn't even watch the Draft show.
Could have could have watched Pink bomb Balls come up.
Chose not to because I don't know any of the players.

(08:25):
This is not just what the Riders are saying where
they say it's the worst draft in the past twenty
five years. I don't know any of the players. Yeah,
I know Dalton connect who played for Tennessee. I know
a couple of the Kentucky guys, but they didn't win much.
There's a couple Yukon guys, but only know them as
Yukon guys, no real star power in this draft that's

(08:46):
gonna get me to a television. Not saying they're not
going to be good pros at some point. I mean
the number one pick, which is like minus three hundred
on DraftKings. He's playing in France. He played two years
G League and then one year in France. So really,
I don't care. If you're asking me on a year
of like Zion or Wimby, I probably have more of
an opinion, but man, I am so uninterested because I

(09:08):
guess I'm not in the weeds deep enough to know
who these guys even are. But I do think that
the Pistons did not have a favorable ball bounce their way.
But I don't think this is normal, and they're probably
like okay, And if I were a GM, I would
not want the number one pick because if you get
the number one pick and it sucks and you suck
and it's a flop, your jobs on the line.

Speaker 6 (09:29):
I feel like most NBA guys like five through fifteen
are better than usually the number one guy.

Speaker 2 (09:34):
I don't think that at all, actually.

Speaker 1 (09:35):
But this is me, but I guess it's cool.

Speaker 6 (09:40):
Last one after both teams were up two ozho. Now
it's tied to to two in the series. Which fan
base should be more concerned, the t Wolves or the Knicks.

Speaker 1 (09:47):
The Knicks are losing players one after the other, and
they're all having to play forty eight minutes. I mean,
the Knicks are going hard, and they play hard, but
they have two players. They have two players already not
playing at all out for the whole series. But a
lot of these guys are getting hurt and not able
to finish the game. The Knicks, by Attrician, are probably
gonna struggle. If not this, they will lose the next round,

(10:09):
probably to Boston h for sure. I mean I kind
of like to see the I mean, I bet them.
I'll be honest with you. After I told you guys
last episode that I was gonna bet the Nuggets did it?
They were down Yeah, they were down two, and you're
like which team? And I was like the Nuggets?

Speaker 3 (10:25):
Why would you go against my future man?

Speaker 1 (10:26):
And so I bet one hundred bucks and then to
win the series, dude, And if they win the series,
it's seventeen hundred dollars and my payout right now, if
I were to just cash out is like three hundred
to bet one hundred for three.

Speaker 6 (10:36):
Hundred letter ride that championship mindset is. I know it's
a cliche, but it's a thing with them.

Speaker 1 (10:44):
If I were the Timberwolves, I'd be more worried than
the Knicks. The nick can worry all they want, it's
not going to bring any players back. I still think
the Knicks beat the Pacers in this series, which is
really cool.

Speaker 3 (10:57):
But man, I killed him by like what thirty.

Speaker 1 (11:01):
Point Twomber wasn't in the Blues in this thing up
two oh going back to Minnesota and they lost the
next two back at that.

Speaker 3 (11:09):
That's why it won't happen.

Speaker 1 (11:12):
Timberwolves both need to worry.

Speaker 3 (11:15):
How much mony did you put in there?

Speaker 2 (11:16):
One hundred?

Speaker 3 (11:17):
Nice? I only put twenty five.

Speaker 1 (11:19):
What's it pay though?

Speaker 3 (11:20):
Three hundred?

Speaker 2 (11:20):
Good?

Speaker 3 (11:22):
Well, it's not looking good now, but.

Speaker 1 (11:23):
We'll see what's looking even. Yeah, we'll see who would
you bet to win the series? Right now?

Speaker 3 (11:27):
To tost the series? I stopped timber Wolves.

Speaker 1 (11:30):
Timber Wolves over over over Denver right now. They said,
here's five hundred bucks to bet a you're taking Minnesota Denver.

Speaker 4 (11:36):
I'm taking timber Wolves Minnesota. Yes, I believe in Anthony
Edwards he is the next Michael Jordan, better than Joki.

Speaker 3 (11:46):
Yes, one percent.

Speaker 1 (11:47):
Well, you're on the ride it because it's hot.

Speaker 3 (11:49):
I'm telling you there, I'm telling score over.

Speaker 1 (11:51):
He did score forty last night. Nobody, nobody helped anything.

Speaker 3 (11:54):
Yeah, I know, that's that's the problem.

Speaker 1 (11:56):
Aaron Gordon shot lights out. Yeah, I don't know the stab,
but he was like six team for seventeen or sixteen
for eighteen, and mostly these teams haven't been guarding him
during the playoffs, like leave Gordon open because he normally
does not shoot well and he just plays defense for
the most Yeah.

Speaker 4 (12:09):
But what I hate about Denver is like, then Jamal
Murray has a terrible game, don't worry, He'll come back
and score for forty.

Speaker 1 (12:15):
You know.

Speaker 4 (12:15):
It's like always, it's always that they just take turns,
somebody's they have a great night. With the Timberwolves. It's
always at Edwards. Yeah, maybe towns he'll hit like four
threes or something.

Speaker 1 (12:26):
But probably the town's annoys me. Yeah, even if he's
playing hard, he looks like he's lazy. Yeah. But yes,
with Denver, whenever he hit that, uh it was he
fully to half court right at.

Speaker 3 (12:38):
The Jamal Murray yeah.

Speaker 1 (12:40):
I was like, oh, yeah, it's over, this is done.
But they lost the first two and they dominated the
second two.

Speaker 3 (12:46):
Yeah, but then we're going on the road. They'll win
the road games because everyone's gonna win road games.

Speaker 1 (12:50):
But you're only saying that because you need that to happen.

Speaker 2 (12:53):
Point correct, No bias.

Speaker 1 (12:56):
Any word on porzingis no, no, I know he's out tonight.
Any chance he comes back at all, Not in this
series at all.

Speaker 2 (13:03):
Yeah. If they make it to the finals, to the NBA.

Speaker 1 (13:06):
Finals, yes, they probably will, not the Eastern Finals final,
NBA Final.

Speaker 6 (13:10):
Yeah, if they want to compete with yeah, Denver or Minnesota, whoever,
maybe they need him.

Speaker 1 (13:17):
So they're gonna play the winner of the Next and Pacers.
I think they could easily handle either one of those teams,
either of them. Yeah, next and I have three players left? Serious,
But do they need anyone else?

Speaker 7 (13:26):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (13:27):
Yeah, forty eight minutes. He's just like that matter to me,
I'm playing all forty eight anyway he does. He plays
the whole game. It's crazy, whole game. That's tilltital Thank you. Then,

(13:50):
so they finally announced the first NFL game. The Chiefs
are going to host the Ravens.

Speaker 2 (13:55):
That'd be fun.

Speaker 1 (13:56):
The problem is if Lamar loses again in game one
the whole season, he's chasing the ghost just even this season.
It will be a good game though. But Detroit beat
ken City last season yeh in Week one. Now they
didn't have Kelsey because Kelsey was out hurt. I know
this for fantasy reasons.

Speaker 3 (14:15):
I forgot about that.

Speaker 2 (14:15):
Is he really?

Speaker 5 (14:16):
I don't even remember.

Speaker 1 (14:16):
Yeah, the Chiefs opponent will be the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday,
September fifth. So for the first game, it'll be the
AFC Championship game, which Kansa City won seventeen to ten.
And I believe they won that in Baltimore, right, m hm.
This will be the third time in five years the
Chiefs will be playing in the NFL season opener. The

(14:38):
NFL already announced last month the Packers and Eagles will
play in Brazil. That game be in South America.

Speaker 2 (14:42):
You guys don't go to that one.

Speaker 1 (14:43):
No, no, no, no, no playoff schedule. So we're recording
this on Monday. It'll go This episode will go up today.
But tonight the Celtics at the Cavs. Boston's a nine
and a half point favorite and Oklahoma City at Dallas Dallas.
Dallas is a one and a half point five. At
least these games are on TNT through TV and not
just NBA TV.

Speaker 6 (15:04):
Have you seen the talk about how the contracts might
not get renewed for Barkley and all them?

Speaker 1 (15:09):
And I saw where I think Ernie said he would stay,
but Barkley said he would not. He'd probably go where
the NBA was, right, Yeah, I feel like that's what
I know.

Speaker 5 (15:19):
I know for sure Ernie said he would stay.

Speaker 1 (15:20):
What do you mean he'd go where the NBA was.
What do you mean by that? If they don't have
NBA games, all they can do is sit in the
room and talk about the NBA and they can only
show so much footage where Barkley wants to be a
part of what the NBA is doing.

Speaker 3 (15:35):
Is that because TNT is like stepping away?

Speaker 1 (15:37):
Or well they may lose a contract, Yeah, gotcha, lose
the rights to it. Hey, that costs money.

Speaker 2 (15:42):
Man, you just need to air for free.

Speaker 3 (15:43):
I didn't know that for many years.

Speaker 2 (15:44):
Hey, you don't need to air for Freeman.

Speaker 3 (15:46):
I love their chemistry.

Speaker 1 (15:48):
It's just the best, the best free game, middle game,
post game on television, like what else compares at this point,
nobody watches baseball just generally. I mean, baseball is a
very local sport, meaning you need to have a team
for your city to care about it. Like generally people
don't care about baseball they don't have a team in
their city.

Speaker 4 (16:07):
Yeah, game day College game day is kind of complete comparable,
good one because it's the same banter.

Speaker 1 (16:13):
Do you care about what NFL group it is? Are
they all about the same to you?

Speaker 5 (16:17):
NFL network to me is the best by far.

Speaker 6 (16:20):
Riche eysend, Michael Irvin, Kurt Warner because Irvin is hilarious,
which actually he's leaving now too.

Speaker 5 (16:26):
So Irvin got fired, well then he came back.

Speaker 6 (16:28):
He didn't get fired, he got you know, he was
dealing with some legal stuff and then it came out
of the false and then he came back last year.

Speaker 1 (16:34):
No, no he can't. He got fired this year.

Speaker 6 (16:35):
This year he got fired. I thought he just left
where they had a disagreement.

Speaker 1 (16:40):
Maybe I just interpreted it as he got fired, but
Irvin left again.

Speaker 5 (16:45):
Yeah, I think Alucci and all those guys like the.

Speaker 4 (16:48):
Fox Pretty game, I think though, Yeah, with Jimmy Johnson
and Reha I like that too.

Speaker 1 (16:52):
I think that's my favorite one of Ball and Glazier,
Jay Jay Glazier, that's my favorite Your weekend, buddy.

Speaker 2 (17:00):
It was really good.

Speaker 8 (17:01):
It was peaceful except for graduation. Mattie's sister graduated law school,
and I just what's wrong with that? Graduations? Man?

Speaker 1 (17:11):
I just don't like sitting through them. Oh but I
think it was the school.

Speaker 8 (17:15):
It was about an hour and a half, so it
wasn't It wasn't too bad, but they had like probably
one hundred and twenty graduates.

Speaker 1 (17:24):
You just get so annoyed when they say everybody's name.

Speaker 2 (17:26):
You just wish it was her name.

Speaker 1 (17:27):
Yeah, man, I'm just like drive, Yeah, yeah, I drove.

Speaker 2 (17:30):
Where was there her school?

Speaker 1 (17:31):
So it's uh, she went to the University of Memphis Law.
Oh that's not far. Yeah, No, it wasn't far.

Speaker 3 (17:37):
That's where you saw a little Dickey.

Speaker 1 (17:39):
That's right, a little Dicky there. Yeah, check's best concert
he's ever been here? A little Dicky check for He
wasn't playing, but didn't ask anybody, No, man, no.

Speaker 3 (17:48):
Who did the commencement speak?

Speaker 1 (17:50):
Little Dickie? Incredibly, I have no idea. I don't know
these dudes.

Speaker 4 (17:55):
You don't even know, but it wasn't famous, No, no,
was it inspiring whatever?

Speaker 3 (17:59):
They said, Oh no.

Speaker 8 (18:02):
Because one of the dudes was super inspired by the
Tom Brady roast, So it was just kind of it
just kind of felt weird.

Speaker 3 (18:09):
He roasted.

Speaker 8 (18:10):
He was just roasting like teachers and stuff, and it
was all inside jokes that like nobody knew other than
the studio.

Speaker 1 (18:16):
So and you could just see the dean's face just
like get him off the stage. How do you know
he was inspired by the tom Brady roast.

Speaker 8 (18:23):
Because uh, one of Maddy's sister's friends was the one
that did it and said he got.

Speaker 3 (18:29):
Inspired by that, one of Maddy's sisters.

Speaker 1 (18:33):
Yeah, yeah, So what did you do after graduation? It's good, so.

Speaker 8 (18:38):
Artie, Yeah, dude, no, we we went out to eat dinner.
And where did we go eat?

Speaker 1 (18:45):
Mick Ewan's in Memphis, but a little Dicky goes there.

Speaker 8 (18:49):
It was really good, but we like, I didn't eat
anything that whole day. Me and Maddie both didn't get
to eat anything, so we were starving by the time
dinner rolled around. But we had some food and then
we were thinking about going out, but instead we just
blew up the blood mattress and went to sleep.

Speaker 1 (19:06):
You blow up the blood mattress? Is that like an
euphimism for getting on? No? No, we actually stayed in
a blood mattress.

Speaker 3 (19:11):
No, but you did. You made the face like, yeah, it's.

Speaker 8 (19:14):
Making you think that, But no, we don't do that.

Speaker 3 (19:17):
That's right, Yeah, man, they don't do that.

Speaker 2 (19:20):
Got one year? Is that right? Yeah?

Speaker 5 (19:23):
Man?

Speaker 2 (19:25):
Wow? Come all of.

Speaker 1 (19:28):
A sudden, after they do, he's got like a beer
like he's twelve years old.

Speaker 3 (19:33):
He no longer talks like read.

Speaker 2 (19:34):
He wears a pat.

Speaker 1 (19:37):
What's up?

Speaker 2 (19:38):
Cigarettes? Change change?

Speaker 1 (19:43):
It does?

Speaker 3 (19:43):
Are you ready for that? Read?

Speaker 1 (19:44):
Oh dude, I've been ready. It changes you, buddy?

Speaker 3 (19:47):
Do you know what to do?

Speaker 1 (19:49):
I mean, it's not like we haven't just we don't anymore.

Speaker 2 (19:52):
We haven't in a long time. I didn't stopped.

Speaker 1 (19:55):
I'm not a virgin.

Speaker 3 (19:56):
I don't know. We don't know.

Speaker 1 (19:59):
I thought you were. I made mistakes.

Speaker 3 (20:03):
So what happened?

Speaker 1 (20:05):
Yeah, so what happened?

Speaker 3 (20:08):
You started to and then no more.

Speaker 1 (20:10):
You don't have to say that. Don't don't say I mean,
leave that off.

Speaker 2 (20:13):
That's not that's our business.

Speaker 1 (20:15):
You know, we were younger, you know, we didn't know
what we were doing. Well, I'm rooting for you, buddy. I
thought it was gonna happen there, but I'm rooting for you.
Thank you. Any anything from the weekend happened, Eddie? Uh yeah, yeah,
I know.

Speaker 4 (20:30):
We had a basketball tournament, dude, it was it was no, no, no,
we have maybe one more weeks of this.

Speaker 2 (20:36):
I thought we were done a long time. We were
done for like two weeks ago.

Speaker 4 (20:38):
I thought so too, But apparently we have two more
maybe two more tournaments, and we just had a try
out for another team.

Speaker 3 (20:44):
So when this is over, you're.

Speaker 4 (20:45):
Going to say more of this, Yes, but this is
this is local and that his buddies are on this
and they only have like four or five tournaments a year.

Speaker 1 (20:53):
Go Kevin.

Speaker 5 (20:55):
Yeah, I went to Steeplechase for the first time out here.
Have you ever been.

Speaker 2 (20:59):
About tickets before?

Speaker 1 (21:00):
But never never been, and I've been to where it
is when there's no horses there.

Speaker 6 (21:04):
Yeah, it's cool like venue and it's beautiful and it's
a nice day, but very underwhelming.

Speaker 1 (21:09):
Can you bet money?

Speaker 6 (21:10):
No, that's why it's underwell, unless you're in like these
VIP tents I guess, which I never got into, but
people were telling us, oh, if you go in this tent,
then you can do it with like somebody that's in there.
There's no like window that you can go up to.
So I'm like, I'm watching this horse race that I
really don't care about.

Speaker 2 (21:24):
Why did then?

Speaker 6 (21:25):
And then you get over it because there's just people
were going and it was just like a tailgate thing
and I was driving, so I wasn't really drinking.

Speaker 5 (21:31):
And the girls every No, no, no, why win? There
were girls everywhere?

Speaker 2 (21:36):
Huh did you go with a girl?

Speaker 9 (21:37):
No?

Speaker 5 (21:37):
I didn't go with a girl.

Speaker 2 (21:38):
Did you find a girl there?

Speaker 9 (21:39):
No?

Speaker 2 (21:40):
I didn't with the girl.

Speaker 5 (21:41):
I went with a group of people, and there were
there were girls everywhere. There were girls.

Speaker 2 (21:44):
Ever.

Speaker 3 (21:44):
Did you get dressed up like the way they do
with the horse place?

Speaker 9 (21:47):
No?

Speaker 1 (21:47):
Not really.

Speaker 5 (21:47):
I mean a decent hat and like a polo.

Speaker 3 (21:51):
But I mean, what do you mean people like.

Speaker 5 (21:52):
We're in full on three piece suits there.

Speaker 2 (21:54):
Yeah, they dressed out.

Speaker 5 (21:55):
There's no way I do that.

Speaker 1 (21:56):
The ladies wear the big hat, big old dress. Do
they do that? It's people chase too? Yeah, Ay, you
want to talk about Kentucky Derby.

Speaker 3 (22:02):
No, No, that's they do it' steeple chase.

Speaker 5 (22:03):
No, they do I mean there are some.

Speaker 2 (22:07):
Parody.

Speaker 5 (22:07):
Yeah, it's like the minor leagues of Kentucky Derby.

Speaker 2 (22:09):
I got it.

Speaker 4 (22:10):
That's weird. You can't bet there on horse racing. Why
else would you race horses.

Speaker 1 (22:16):
I don't know that it's legal to have horse betting
on site. I don't know, because you can't bet anywhere
else on site. It's got to be on the phone.

Speaker 3 (22:24):
And then you said you bought tickets but haven't gone yet.

Speaker 1 (22:27):
I got sick last year two years ago.

Speaker 3 (22:29):
Oh you were going to go.

Speaker 1 (22:30):
Yeah, we bought tickets to go and got sick. We
bought those tent tickets too. Oh we're gonna gamble that crazy.

Speaker 6 (22:35):
If you have like a legit setup like that, then yeah,
I'd go again. But other than that, probably wouldn't.

Speaker 2 (22:38):
I never been.

Speaker 3 (22:39):
How do you get in on the race, like to
be a racer?

Speaker 2 (22:43):
I don't know anything about it.

Speaker 3 (22:44):
That'd be freaking cool, man.

Speaker 2 (22:45):
I don't know. They have like alcohol and stuff.

Speaker 6 (22:47):
Yeah, but you also you can bring your own, but like,
they don't have bars that are.

Speaker 5 (22:53):
Open to the public either, though, I have to go
in a tent.

Speaker 6 (22:55):
If to go in a tent to you lost a
bunch of money, which costs a bunch of money, or
you can bring your own alcohol.

Speaker 3 (22:59):
This sounds weird.

Speaker 5 (23:00):
Yeah, it was just not my thing.

Speaker 2 (23:02):
How are the horses? Oh they were awesome.

Speaker 3 (23:05):
Who won?

Speaker 2 (23:07):
Uh Trouble Crown.

Speaker 6 (23:09):
There's one guy named libers Fort, a guy named lib
a horse named libers Fort.

Speaker 2 (23:13):
That makes sense.

Speaker 5 (23:14):
I think he got second.

Speaker 6 (23:16):
I think in one of one did I watch, and
the one was like town something rather, I don't know
when you're not betting on it, like you're like, do
I really care?

Speaker 2 (23:23):
No, you know.

Speaker 1 (23:25):
My sports weekend was watching the playoff basketball, watch some softball.
Arkansas is playing in the regional this weekend, and they're
four parts because the first the regionals are four teams.
It's a double elimination tournament and if you win regionals,
you go to super Regionals against one team. So Regionals
the Arkansas region it's Arkansas, Arizona, Villanova, and I think

(23:47):
like Southeast Missouri State. So they start those games on Friday.
Our Oklahoma State team, the Arkansas's a twelve seed, like
twelve in the country. Oklahom States went to a five seed.
Florida State went to the ACC championship game this weekend
and lost to Duke. So they're playing I think they're
like a fifteen or sixteen or something like that. Do

(24:10):
you watch any of that game on my phone on ESPN?
Just watching the little square on the top. I did
watch a little bit, but by the time I turned
it on, they were down like three to one or something,
so I didn't watch a whole lot. But if Arkansas
wins the regional and Oklahoma State wins their regional, they'll
play each other in the super Regional.

Speaker 3 (24:30):
It's gonna be a tough one. Man, who do you
root for?

Speaker 2 (24:32):
What do you mean I root for Arkansas.

Speaker 1 (24:34):
I'm just saying we went to too much access and
do we know?

Speaker 5 (24:37):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, very cool.

Speaker 2 (24:39):
Yeah they were great.

Speaker 1 (24:40):
But yeah, Texas went as number one, Oklahoma's number two.

Speaker 2 (24:43):
First time that's happened forever.

Speaker 1 (24:45):
That's because Texas beat Ou. Oh you beat Texas in
the championship game of the Big twelve Softball Championship.

Speaker 2 (24:53):
But yeah, better better season. Texas got the one seed,
Oklahoma got the two seed.

Speaker 1 (24:57):
But yeah, I called softball, and we're gonna we have
a couple of coaches coming up and then we'll we
done with all our softball coverage for the year. But
I don't know. Maybe I'll go down and watch Arkansas
this weekend.

Speaker 2 (25:05):
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (25:06):
I have the ACMs on Wednesday afternoon is kind of
whenever rehearsal happens.

Speaker 3 (25:13):
That's in Dallas.

Speaker 1 (25:14):
Yeah, and then Thursday night is the show that can
just fly up to Faittville and watch.

Speaker 2 (25:19):
But then I just kind of want to get home.

Speaker 4 (25:21):
Hey, can I give you some stuff to get signed? No,
because like the Cowboys show up to the ACMs, right, No,
I'm not taking anything with me to get.

Speaker 3 (25:27):
A football, just a football carried around.

Speaker 1 (25:30):
I did hang out with Dak last year.

Speaker 3 (25:31):
That's what I'm saying.

Speaker 1 (25:31):
Yeah, I'm not carrying around TV interview.

Speaker 2 (25:35):
What about a card?

Speaker 4 (25:37):
Can we just take one car put in your back
pocket and see that you're like that, that's for my
buddy Eddie.

Speaker 1 (25:41):
No, I'm good, though, Thank you though. I appreciate you
thinking of hey, to think of you.

Speaker 3 (25:45):
Thank you for even thinking about it.

Speaker 2 (25:46):
Welcome.

Speaker 1 (25:47):
So we're gonna do Let's Mike go take a break
and go to the interview.

Speaker 2 (25:51):
Let's do a break first. Okay, let's do a break.

Speaker 1 (25:55):
A lot of times on the show. I'll just have
stuff to talk about and I'll sit at home make
notes of what I want to mention games that have
been played or ideas, but I want to blindly go
into subjects or topics that you guys bring. So all
three of you guys have been assigned to bring a topic.
Throw it at us. We're going to discuss it. No
prep needed, or we probably needed, but no prep done

(26:17):
because a lot of times too, I'll come to the
stuff with you know, I've had these thoughts. I'd like
to do a little research, no research, Let's do it.
Let's do our no research segment. Let's go to kick off.
Kevin first, what is your segment?

Speaker 6 (26:26):
Mine has to do the same thing we talked about
with me going to Boston last week. I went to
a lot of games, great games. So I thought, as
a fan, what's the best and worst game you've been
to of your team?

Speaker 5 (26:35):
That has to be your team.

Speaker 2 (26:36):
That's a good one. That's a good one, best game
I can go.

Speaker 1 (26:39):
First best game for me ever was probably the miracle
on mark On Matt Jones, those two to Corey Birmingham
Hell Mary type deal in the back of the end zone.
Arkansas wins. In Little Rock, we beat LSU. They were
high ranked. We storm the field in Little Rock, almost
broke my leg jumping down.

Speaker 2 (26:57):
It was awesome.

Speaker 1 (26:58):
Second place was not this last season, but the season before.
We went to Iowa to watch Arkansas and Kansas. Kansas
was the number one seed in the NCAA basketball tournament
and we beat them as a must take off a
shirt game.

Speaker 2 (27:11):
It was awesome. The place was.

Speaker 1 (27:14):
It was an electric in an NCUBA tournament game, which
rarely happens because there were four different crowds there. Those
would be my one and two of good. There have
been so many terrible ones where I would go to
Reynolds razorback Stadium.

Speaker 2 (27:33):
Oh I got two and it's like.

Speaker 1 (27:37):
Thirty six degrees in sleading and you're getting beat by
thirty and you get to go so few times that
you're like, I'm not leaving even though it's a suffer
Oh this terrible. Like we went to watch Tennessee once
Arkansas Tennessee. I was probably like twenty six, froze my
balls off.

Speaker 2 (27:54):
But refuse to leave.

Speaker 1 (27:55):
Some of then other group wint to the car and
just like I'm gonna go sit in the car and
I sat there by myself.

Speaker 3 (27:59):
It's crazy.

Speaker 2 (28:00):
We lost like by thirty and I just sat there
and I refused to leave.

Speaker 5 (28:02):
I mean, usually that's where alcohol helps, but not with you.

Speaker 2 (28:04):
Yeah, every part of it was terrible.

Speaker 1 (28:07):
Another one was I took the whole crew to watch
Arkansas and Alabama play football.

Speaker 3 (28:11):
We had we were on the road.

Speaker 1 (28:12):
We scheduled a show on Thursday, no on Friday, and
on Sunday, so Saturday was off nice music show, yeah nice,
And so we go and I got the tour bus,
I got the whole raging idiot's band with me. I'm like,
we're going to watch Arkansas play Alabama. Alabama was really good,
but who knew that we got a chance. It was
so bad that I was embarrassed to make everybody go.

(28:34):
I had to go on the field and do the
hog call in the third quarter when we were losing
about like forty, and I'm like, all right.

Speaker 2 (28:38):
Here we go.

Speaker 1 (28:40):
It was And then they kept showing me on ESPN,
not as Bobby Bones but as sad fan on the sideline,
cause I'd be like, I don't even know, and like
you were like showing four times a sad faneople were
just getting run.

Speaker 3 (28:55):
If it makes me feel any better. We had a
blast at that game.

Speaker 2 (28:57):
I'm sure you did. You didn't care as much.

Speaker 5 (29:00):
He's like, Nope, but doesn't.

Speaker 3 (29:01):
Jalen Hurts was playing It's pretty cool man.

Speaker 1 (29:03):
So those were all real bad. The other one that
was bad but ended up being really good. I went
to watch Game two of the World Series Cubs and Indians.
Oh remember the Cubs out of one since nineteen oh
eight had a been to World Series.

Speaker 2 (29:12):
It's nineteen forty five. Curse of the Billy Goat.

Speaker 1 (29:14):
I go to Wrigley. It's insane. It's it's it's so packed,
even on the streets. It's like Times Square, but everybody's
in a great mood. Hard to walk around regularly because
everybody's so packed. Everyone's in a great mood. It's the
most uncomfortable good moods I've ever been a part of.
And then it was a Game two we lost, and
that sucked, But then we ended up winning Game seven
after a rain delay, and it was the Cub's first championship.

(29:36):
Theo Epstein shout out, yep, great job. We should build
a statue, even though you're not there anymore. That was
a bad game too, but not one of my worst
because we ended up winning in game seven. I never
got warm again after that one game by myself, I'm
so cold. So if I gotten warm later in life,
it had been like okay, but so cold from that
that Arkansas Tennessee game. That's my best and worst honorable mention.

(29:58):
I want, not really my team. A lot of games
honorable mention. I went to watch m Smith break the
record for the Cowboys, so it's not my team, but
I went to watch him break the maybe the touchdowns
or rushing yard maybe rushing yards is against the Seahawks
two thousand or two and they lost.

Speaker 2 (30:12):
You were there for that, yeah, and they lost the game.
It was really awkward.

Speaker 3 (30:15):
And that's your one of your teams.

Speaker 2 (30:16):
So yeah, that was my team.

Speaker 1 (30:17):
That my team, I said, honorable mention, but not my team,
but it just I just felt bad for everybody because
they built a star, the stand up stage star in
the middle and honor them, but they just lost a
big game to the Seahawks.

Speaker 2 (30:27):
That was a crappy game. That's tough. Yeah, okay, so
that's mine, Eddie.

Speaker 4 (30:31):
Yeah, I would say my worst game was I think
it was two thousand and one. Possibly it was Cowboys
versus the Giants, and that's when Romo got sacked and
broke his collarbone or it was just bad. It was
And I think I was at both of the games
where Romo got hurt against the Giants. These are like
season ending injuries or at least missed like eight games.

(30:53):
So that was terrible. I'll never forget that. Just like
getting hype to go to a Cowboys game and then
Romo goes down like the second quar Yeah that's it,
kill ten twenty ten. Yeah, oh wow, Okay, well I
mixed the Zeros and the Ones.

Speaker 5 (31:05):
Yeah yeah.

Speaker 4 (31:07):
And then the best, dude, for sure, is when we
went with Jerry Jones to the Cowboys game. I mean,
it wasn't so much the game because they played. They won,
though they played the Texans and it was a good game.
They did win with a terrible Texans team, but thank
god they won it. It doesn't matter, but just win.
I will never ever forget that game. Like flying in
the helicopter with them sitting in the suite. Yeah, that's all.

Speaker 1 (31:27):
Getting on the field, Yes, it's pretty cool.

Speaker 2 (31:30):
Read.

Speaker 8 (31:31):
I would say I don't really have a team, but
I would say the best game I ever went to
was my first ever MLB game that I went to
back in I don't even know when it was. I
was like I was nine or ten, went on a
family vacation to Colorado and saw the Colorado Rockies and
I got to see uh Matt Holliday play, which was

(31:53):
really cool. And my worst one was one that I
actually played in in high school where I was pitching,
and I can pick on We played in Yeah.

Speaker 3 (32:06):
Yeah, yeah, that favorite team it.

Speaker 8 (32:08):
Is man And I was pitching and I threw one
pitch and I knew, I knew it was over. At
that point, my whole arm just went completely numb. I
couldn't lift anything with it, and from that moment forward,
my pitching career was over.

Speaker 1 (32:23):
You could have been a big league I know I
was left handed.

Speaker 2 (32:26):
Were you good? I was? Yeah? I was all right.

Speaker 1 (32:28):
I love saying that, like now it's easy. I was good.

Speaker 2 (32:33):
Hey were you good?

Speaker 1 (32:33):
Dude?

Speaker 2 (32:34):
Yeah? I really could have made it.

Speaker 1 (32:36):
I hurt my big toe though, all right, really kept
me back because you can say whatever you want now.

Speaker 2 (32:42):
I'm sorry to hear that read. Thanks man, Yeah what
about you, Kevin?

Speaker 6 (32:45):
My best would be twenty eighteen World Series Red Sox Dodgers.
I was at that game in LA which kind of,
you know, not as great, but they came back and
won that game. And then my worst twenty seventeen home opener,
big NFL kickoff after they beat the Falcons the year
before and the comeback, and then they played the.

Speaker 5 (33:03):
Chiefs opening night.

Speaker 6 (33:04):
Flew out there, I'm all excited, we're putting Banner five
up and they lost to the Chiefs. Cream Hunt as
a rookie, so that sucked to watch that in person.
Spend all that money to go out there and do
all that.

Speaker 1 (33:14):
Yeah, any away game you go and lose is the
worst if it's your team, because you just want to
be home because it sucks. You gotta go back to
the hotel room and be in the city with everybody
you hate because they just beat you, and you got
to get way to the airport tomorrow.

Speaker 2 (33:26):
You gotta fly home.

Speaker 1 (33:27):
Then you think about all the money you wasted because
you didn't even freaking win. Give me times I've done
that going to Arkansas games, I like hate, Like we
walk out of the stadium like, God sucks. I just
want to be home. You just want comfort anyway, that too,
all those just want comfort.

Speaker 2 (33:41):
Yeah, yeah, okay, Reid, what do you have there? What's
the segment.

Speaker 8 (33:44):
So my segment is, at what point do you think
technology is going to be way too much for sports?
Like it could be like advertising like on jerseys, doing
holographic type stuff, or even stuff that is implementing like
they're starting to imput it now, like the pitch clock
and all that stuff. Like, at what point do you
think technology people are going to have to be like

(34:06):
this is this is too much?

Speaker 1 (34:07):
I would think the only point that would happen would
be if it's all robots playing. That would be too
much because otherwise.

Speaker 2 (34:15):
I have braced technology in sports.

Speaker 1 (34:17):
I think, you know the fact that they can show
up an umpire's right or wrong by showing us that
square immediately, like I'm just wrung them up.

Speaker 2 (34:24):
He's arguing about it. Let's look at the square. Oh
he did kind of.

Speaker 10 (34:27):
You know.

Speaker 2 (34:28):
I think that's great.

Speaker 1 (34:28):
I wish there were technology on the goal line, meaning
if the ball, yeah, I don't understand that, like that's
just a yeah, the out of bounds, the.

Speaker 2 (34:38):
First eye in the sky, or put some sort of sensor.

Speaker 4 (34:40):
They're still going to bring the chains, Like, guys, we
should have lasers on these tips and lasers absolutely so.

Speaker 1 (34:46):
I don't know that I have an answer to when
it's going to go over the line, except for if
it's all played by robots. But I'm sure then we'd
find a way to gamble on it. Yeah, yeah, Hey,
I ever do for sports. Hey, I already does a
lot of stuff for sports, Like if you watch Amazon
at times, they can kind of tell you the play
when it's being run, and they can look at what's
happened before and they can show you. You know, a

(35:08):
lot of that. AI is very much involved in sports too,
with even scouting for teams. Oh, there are pitching machines
now in baseball and softball that can take all the
data from the pitcher that you're going to face and
build basically what they like to throw on what counts,
and the pitching machine can throw you that.

Speaker 6 (35:28):
When I went to the Red Sox game, on the scoreboard,
they didn't have just a pitch speed. They had the
break and everything on it now like how far the
curveball broke and the velocity on it. And another thing too,
I can't even think of what, but they have all
that now.

Speaker 1 (35:41):
And they have the ability to get statistics in basketball too,
this super you know, I forget what kind of stats
they call them, but where they get into like how
fast is he from running from the free throw line
to the other three point line if he's got the ball?

Speaker 2 (35:57):
Like they can break anything down. I love data. I
don't know on my head that I hear.

Speaker 1 (36:04):
I guess what would also be bad is if AI
those robots as you're watching them, because so we evolved
that were like, let's go that they decide to turn
on you and kill everybody in the stands. O, man,
like that would be bad they had that power.

Speaker 3 (36:15):
Hey, that would be too much.

Speaker 1 (36:16):
They kill each other there it is?

Speaker 11 (36:20):
What about like AI calling games like referee? No, like
the commentate commentary.

Speaker 1 (36:25):
Oh that's cool.

Speaker 2 (36:27):
I mean if you don't know the difference, what's the difference?
How do I know? It's not a computer anyway?

Speaker 1 (36:33):
I don't think an AI can do what Romo does
not now, I mean, not do better, but probably can
predict better. Probably probably can predict better based on formation
down distance.

Speaker 4 (36:42):
Do you remember just when in hockey they kind of
did a little tracer on the putty, that kind of
that didn't last very long. I thought that was cool.
I wish i'd still do that little fire around the puff.

Speaker 1 (36:53):
Oh, I like the tracer. I guess I watched so
little hockey.

Speaker 2 (36:55):
They don't do that.

Speaker 3 (36:56):
No, they don't do that.

Speaker 2 (36:58):
Freaking park.

Speaker 6 (36:59):
Some guy asked me a couple I was watching the
Bruins game and it was after the Celtics, and he
was like, hey, big Bruins fans. Yeah, I mean I
watched during the playoffs and they're not a big hockey guy.
And he's like, yeah, I mean either. The puck just
moves too fast. That was the end of the conversation.

Speaker 1 (37:11):
I don't watch cool man, I don't watch talk, but
I thought that little you could still see it by
the little flicker. I wish it were an option then
that would be cool, like close caption you could pick
flicker and there or the puck was just giant.

Speaker 4 (37:28):
But even what I don't like about that is when
it goes to the bottom part where you know all
he sees the board. You see them all like fighting
for it, but you can't see it. They got technology.
You need the massive puck. We've got able to see
it option that you want to click the massive puck.
The puck is like twenty times bigger than it really is.

Speaker 6 (37:43):
You should get the view from the puck, what the
puck's looking at?

Speaker 4 (37:48):
Brought to you by draftings whatever you're looking at.

Speaker 5 (37:53):
The guys looking down at you, trying to get at you, because.

Speaker 4 (37:55):
Can you imagine, Like we're watching football and they throw
the ball and there's a part of the field that
we can't see.

Speaker 3 (38:00):
We're like, oh, I wonder if you caught it or not.

Speaker 4 (38:01):
But in hockey we're cool with not seeing the pup
for I don't know a whole thirty seconds.

Speaker 1 (38:06):
Ever, because it's too small. A puck moves too fast.

Speaker 3 (38:09):
It's weird, man.

Speaker 1 (38:10):
And they'll put cameras in basketball on top of the
scoreboard on they have all these why not put the
do puck cam?

Speaker 2 (38:16):
Do baseball cam? Put a camp aside the baseball?

Speaker 3 (38:18):
Yeah?

Speaker 4 (38:19):
Football, yeah, but that would make it sick because off
the pictures.

Speaker 1 (38:22):
Like you can take you know, you're moving with it.
Everyone is throwing up like think about that.

Speaker 2 (38:37):
That would be elite.

Speaker 6 (38:38):
Yeah, football, there's like a deep pass, you're just in
the air with the ball.

Speaker 2 (38:42):
Who thank you for sure to make that happen?

Speaker 5 (38:44):
That would be cool.

Speaker 1 (38:45):
Think about a golf ball.

Speaker 4 (38:48):
I love the the umpire cam like that.

Speaker 1 (38:51):
Gives you a really good perspective, even if.

Speaker 2 (38:52):
You don't watch it live.

Speaker 1 (38:53):
It's like, well, let's go watch let's watch the bomb
cam or whatever it was, the deep ask and then
you watch the ball land in the guy's hand.

Speaker 3 (39:01):
That would be awesome that, you know.

Speaker 4 (39:02):
The one I don't like, though, is in the Final
four the track in basketball camp. I don't like watching
the game floor level from floor level. Yeah, it's a
bad angle looking at that, but you don't have to,
but they cut to it. Sometimes they cut to it
and they'll leave it there for like, you know, a
minute or something. I'm just so used to that standard,
you know, from half court looking towards the basket, right,

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is that it?

Speaker 2 (39:27):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (39:28):
Or maybe I'm thinking maybe I'm thinking of two K.

Speaker 1 (39:30):
You're thinking of two K because it's weird, Like you get.

Speaker 3 (39:35):
Used to watching these angles.

Speaker 1 (39:36):
Okay, it is weird on two K when you flip it,
it is very weird.

Speaker 4 (39:40):
And then in football too, the what's it called what's
that camera on the wires? Yeah, when they stay on
that one, that's pretty weird because we're not used to
watching it like that.

Speaker 5 (39:47):
I like to kick off when they do it and
kickoff though, that's cool.

Speaker 3 (39:49):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (39:50):
The follow it.

Speaker 3 (39:51):
Good.

Speaker 2 (39:52):
Good job, right, good question, Eddie.

Speaker 3 (39:54):
I want to go a little bit towards memorabilia.

Speaker 4 (39:56):
Like as a kid, what was your favorite sports card
that you thought was gonna make you a lot of
money and it never did?

Speaker 1 (40:08):
Sports card? I did collect baseball cards. I feel like
a Frank Thomas Diamond King, don Ris. I remember Frank
Thomas was a rookie and I had that Diamond Kings.

Speaker 2 (40:18):
I remember the Diamond King. They were like drawn, Yeah,
they had the big head.

Speaker 1 (40:20):
Yeah. I think I thought my Frank Thomas collection was
going to be massive for me. Frank Thomas was a player,
where like when you got that card, you're.

Speaker 3 (40:28):
Like, oh, that's a good one.

Speaker 2 (40:29):
Yeah, especially a rookie card.

Speaker 3 (40:30):
Yeah, yeah, so I would.

Speaker 1 (40:32):
I would probably say that card. I opened up a box.
I have these things called they're called Flawless Collegiate and
opened up a box and I have a Jalen Hurts
Emerald like one to ten.

Speaker 2 (40:42):
But they use real emerald in the card. Now. They
do all this stupid stuff to make a real stone.

Speaker 1 (40:46):
Yeah that's cool.

Speaker 2 (40:48):
It's crazy.

Speaker 3 (40:48):
That's really cool.

Speaker 2 (40:49):
It's crazy.

Speaker 1 (40:50):
They just do all this stuff now in certain cards
and it can be almost the same card but slightly
colored differently. And if it's a one on one versus
a one to ten, same exact card, that one on
one's worth like eight times more than one of ten
just because they only made one one like that. Yeah,
all right, Kevin rememballa Eddie's Question card.

Speaker 3 (41:06):
Yeah.

Speaker 5 (41:06):
I never really got into cards like sports cards.

Speaker 6 (41:10):
It won't be sports. But I did come across back
when Pokemon was huge. Was that late ninety early two thousand.

Speaker 3 (41:14):
So we discover is a big Pokemon what?

Speaker 10 (41:16):
No?

Speaker 6 (41:17):
And I didn't even collect them, but like I remember
my brother and I were walking through school one day
and we found like this big old pack of them.
I'm talking like a book full of them. We're like, dude,
we're gonna make so much money. And then like we
were I don't know, somebody like accidentally left them there.
They were like in the middle of the field, dude.
And then we opened them and it's just like there
was just like water and like it looked like it
rained all over him, you know what I mean. And

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we were like but we were so excited. We're like,
do we got this book? And we opened it and
it's like, oh, this sucks.

Speaker 2 (41:42):
Mike you got a lot of Pokemon still.

Speaker 12 (41:43):
Oh yeah, I'd have a binder full of them.

Speaker 1 (41:45):
Like Kevin found they do those breaks for Pokemon stuff
on TikTok.

Speaker 12 (41:48):
Yeah, I watch them. I never bought any from him though.

Speaker 1 (41:50):
So do you only buy cards or does one of
the poke's actually sign something?

Speaker 12 (41:54):
You buy cards, so you're trying to hit like a
rare card.

Speaker 2 (41:56):
Do they have rare cards?

Speaker 12 (41:58):
Yeah?

Speaker 11 (41:58):
Really, and every package at least one rare. It depends
how like the level of it. But that's what they're
trying to hit.

Speaker 2 (42:04):
I thought about last night. I was on eBay.

Speaker 1 (42:07):
My favorite thing to do now on eBay with cards
because I really don't buy single cards. I like to
buy the boxes or the old stuff and open. But
I'll go to eBay and go to like a card
like a Pannini or Tops and just type auctions about
to close so you find then't there's like three or
four minutes left. And sometimes some of these cards like

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nobody ever saw them.

Speaker 4 (42:29):
It feels like like they just went under the radar.

Speaker 2 (42:34):
Yeah, like it didn't.

Speaker 3 (42:35):
That's cool, man.

Speaker 1 (42:36):
So I bought a Derek Jeter three thousand hit Tops
Transcend it. It was on for like thirteen dollars PSA
grade had meant ten, and I was like, this can't
be right. Somebody's about to make a big, big jump
and pay a bunch for it. And so I bought it,
and I kept waiting for somebody to beat me. Ended
up getting it for like twenty seven dollars. It's like

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a two hundred dollar card, really real. Yeah, And so
that's my thing now. I like to go last second
and see what's available. Most of its garbage that's still left.
Because but I saw that card and then I got,
I got. I bought Kevin a gift. It's not here yet.
Do you want to know what it is? Or do
you want to wait for it?

Speaker 10 (43:11):
Oh?

Speaker 5 (43:11):
I gotta wait for it.

Speaker 2 (43:12):
You bought me a gift, A card gift? Yeah, okay,
it's really cool, all right? Do you want to hear it?
You won't know.

Speaker 5 (43:16):
We gotta wait.

Speaker 1 (43:17):
I go.

Speaker 5 (43:17):
I gotta see it, eddie.

Speaker 1 (43:19):
You want to see it? Yes, and see? Hang on
if you think you'll like it, yes, ok, I gotta
find out. I have an idea of what you would
get Kevin.

Speaker 6 (43:27):
Hold on, you gotta let me know if it's at
least close to your idea.

Speaker 1 (43:31):
I gotta find it, bro, these are all the ouption
items you've gotten. No, this is just eBay?

Speaker 2 (43:36):
You ever heard of it? Yeah?

Speaker 4 (43:38):
Hey, how do you get to that? How do you
get to that sold part on eBay? I think that
for thirty minutes yesterday?

Speaker 1 (43:45):
Is it the second thing on the list?

Speaker 2 (43:46):
Which one?

Speaker 1 (43:46):
What button did you push purchases? This item?

Speaker 2 (43:50):
Got away purchases?

Speaker 1 (43:53):
Where how do I do purchase this?

Speaker 2 (43:56):
Oh?

Speaker 1 (43:56):
It's in this boom? Yeah, here you go? So it is?
This is the car hold on? That's a hold on?
Oh that's really cool, Like that's that's a oh yeah
that's really cool, Like oh yeah, oh yeah.

Speaker 5 (44:11):
Is it what you thought?

Speaker 3 (44:12):
Oh yeah along the.

Speaker 1 (44:14):
Lines not exactly what I thought, Kevin, You're gonna like that, Dang.

Speaker 5 (44:20):
I feel like I want to know, but I've got
to see it. I feel like I have to see
it for it. Yeah, way for it.

Speaker 2 (44:24):
It's just a card, but it's pretty cool.

Speaker 1 (44:26):
I saw it. I saw it and I was like,
I think, Kevin, like this, I bought it for you.
I didn't like go searching for you. I was like, oh,
I really felt like getting Kevin something today. I saw
it and I was like, I think, Kevin, wild like this.

Speaker 4 (44:36):
Do you still have like cards from the from the day.

Speaker 2 (44:39):
I don't. I don't even know they are.

Speaker 1 (44:41):
My mom says she has them somewhere, but I'm sure
they're all nicked up in corners are all jacked up
and et cetera. Yeah, but now if your corners are
even a little bit, you get that eight grade drops
a card like forty percent value.

Speaker 3 (44:52):
Dude, you know what I got.

Speaker 4 (44:54):
I got a card that was trimmed and it says
like detected that it was trimmed and it's worth nothing.

Speaker 2 (45:02):
They tried to clean up the.

Speaker 4 (45:03):
Grade correct, But but it's so easy too. I don't know
why anyone would think that you could do that, because
you put it in like a case and it rattles
because the case is built exactly how every card is.
I guess to the size of the card, so if
it's trimmed, it rattles in there.

Speaker 2 (45:18):
Well, thank you. I liked the segment. It was fun.
Maybe we'll do it again sometime.

Speaker 1 (45:23):
Good job, guys, dude.

Speaker 3 (45:24):
I thought I thought of a segment we can do too.

Speaker 4 (45:26):
It's kind of a spin off of we've already kind
of talked about a little bit. But it's like taking
some of your cards and finding like a player that
we've never like, we don't know, like an old baseball player,
old football player, and then play a game and see
who could contact them and get him on the show.

Speaker 1 (45:42):
That's funny because the one, yeah, the one I was
gonna do is like I found this player here and
I was like, is he a lie? Let's get him on.
That's kind of the same.

Speaker 4 (45:49):
Yeah, but we have a competition of like competition who
could book them first?

Speaker 2 (45:53):
So I have to pull a random card. Yeah, I
like that element.

Speaker 4 (45:57):
Somebody that played a long time ago.

Speaker 2 (46:01):
Here you go.

Speaker 1 (46:02):
You know, I have these cards, new Kids on the
Block cards.

Speaker 3 (46:04):
Oh, open them.

Speaker 1 (46:06):
I don't even know what I know. People get annoyed
by open crap on that show because it's not theirs. Well,
I know, but I don't even know if these are
a bottom for like fifty bucks?

Speaker 3 (46:14):
Are those sticky.

Speaker 5 (46:15):
Every time he opens the cards?

Speaker 1 (46:16):
Now, I'm just gonna be sticky Number ten hanging tough,
Here's Donnie, Here's Jordan.

Speaker 3 (46:24):
And overall, gosh, that's just terrible.

Speaker 1 (46:26):
So yeah, I'll bring in a pack of cards and
we'll just I have these cards. This, this is the
set I haven't opened up yet. Okay, do you want
to pull a card in a competition? John, I'm coming
one hundred bucks. First person in book the person? I
love it?

Speaker 2 (46:38):
Yeah, oh yeah, here we go.

Speaker 1 (46:40):
The person is up Facebook Facebook, Dang, I don't have Facebook.
The person is okay, there's there's no chance. Come on,
come on heavy, there's no chance. But okay, that will
that we can book them? Yeah, oh it's it can't
be someone famous. It's got to be like a non name.
I just pulled them.

Speaker 2 (46:55):
Are they alive?

Speaker 1 (46:57):
Andrew Dawson, Darryl Strawberry, Oh oh, no chance, dude, are
you giving up? Never?

Speaker 3 (47:05):
Darryl Strawberry?

Speaker 2 (47:06):
Okay, is he alive? Still?

Speaker 9 (47:08):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (47:08):
Yeah?

Speaker 12 (47:08):
When he's sick or something?

Speaker 1 (47:09):
Sixty two?

Speaker 2 (47:10):
Well, maybe you can book him.

Speaker 3 (47:11):
It's easy to find, you.

Speaker 2 (47:13):
Want to see. Second place would have been Yes.

Speaker 12 (47:15):
He's recovering from a heart attack.

Speaker 1 (47:17):
Oh guys, let him recover. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (47:20):
No, has he done any interview interviews lately?

Speaker 1 (47:23):
Yeah, it says three three days ago.

Speaker 12 (47:25):
Boom talking about his heart attack.

Speaker 1 (47:26):
Hey, yeah, the race is on Strawberry.

Speaker 2 (47:30):
Good luck everybody.

Speaker 5 (47:31):
He's got a lot of followers on Instagram.

Speaker 2 (47:34):
Go get him all right?

Speaker 1 (47:35):
Thanks all right, First, we're going to talk with coach
Courtney Dyifl from the University of Arkansas the Razorbacks. I
went over and I think this is where I lost
my arm, fully when I tore my rotator.

Speaker 3 (47:47):
Come, that's where it started.

Speaker 2 (47:48):
No, that's where it ended.

Speaker 1 (47:50):
Florida States where it started, Oklahoma States where it got
mid and then this is where it totally fell off. Okay, okay,
and I've been battling it back. So this is coach
Courtney we Diefle from the Razorbacks. What was this program
like when you first came to University of Arkansas.

Speaker 13 (48:05):
Oh gosh, we're going.

Speaker 14 (48:06):
Right at it.

Speaker 1 (48:07):
Yeah, I've seen you changed the entire landscape of what
fans expect and also what the team continues to do.

Speaker 10 (48:13):
So when you come here, like, what do they tell
you before you get here?

Speaker 13 (48:17):
Well, I think more than anything, it was just a
a group that didn't know how to win. It's a
group that wanted to win. It's a group that came
here to win, that wanted to be Razorbacks, but didn't
necessarily have the habits to win.

Speaker 1 (48:30):
How do you start recruiting differently changing a culture?

Speaker 10 (48:35):
Is it just one at a time? Do you focus
on people in state or is it just a wide
net you have to do well.

Speaker 13 (48:40):
We started with in the circle because you if you
have a really good picture, you have a chance. And
so we ultimately just tried to change the culture and
elevate the level of play from the circle out. Our
first two recruits were Mary Half and Hannah McEwen. So
our recruiting early looked different than it is now because
we tried to find the ones that fell through the

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cracks or blossom blate or For Mary, she had a
broken inkle in her prime recruiting year, and so she
was someone that just didn't get recruited because she wasn't
out there that year, and so we heard about her
and so it was a little bit more spread out.
It was just like the word of mouth, this this
kid you know may have it, and so it was
it was finding those Hannah McEwan had decommitted, so she

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had kind of come back on the market late and
and so it's then getting the players that want to
leave their mark on something.

Speaker 2 (49:29):
What is your pitch to a player? Now?

Speaker 1 (49:32):
Talked to a lot of coaches, everybody has a different
philosophy and had good.

Speaker 10 (49:36):
God, good, We go Oh yeah.

Speaker 1 (49:43):
We've been to a lot of places and talked to
a lot of coaches and everybody has a different philosophy
on recruiting. Like when you go and you talk to
them a person for the first time, like, what's the message.

Speaker 13 (49:52):
Well, I think the message for us is more of
who we are, not what we do or anything. I
think our biggest selling point is who we are. We
play really high level softball. We have one of the
best facilities in the country, with the best fan base.
We've won SEC championships. We want to get to the

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World Series. We know that's the next step for us.
But our separator is who we are and so's it's
finding those players that want to be a part of that.
And it's worked out pretty well for us.

Speaker 1 (50:27):
Whenever the burn seats, when it's all full, now, do
you ever just take a second look at it and go, man,
I remember when nobody was coming, and I just enjoy that.

Speaker 2 (50:38):
Can you do that? I do.

Speaker 13 (50:40):
It hits me like maybe once or twice a year
to where I walk out and it's completely full and
maybe they're calling the hogs. It depends on the moment,
and it hits me and it just like this wave
of emotion kind of hits me because when we first
got here, we didn't have anyone coming, and our first
meeting with the team was it was just and like,

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where where are we? Because if we don't know where
we are, we don't know how to get where we're going.

Speaker 14 (51:04):
We have to have a starting point.

Speaker 13 (51:05):
And part of that conversation was, well, like nobody comes
to watch us play. I'm like, well, we have a
responsibility of putting a product out there that they want
to come watch. And so in part of that discussion
with Admin and everything, we didn't charge. We went away
from charging. We're like, maybe someone will take a chance
on us if they don't have to make a financial investment.
And so as we've gotten better each year, the conversation

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has progressed, and when we got to the conversation of
hey we can charge, like, let's charge again, or we
have a product that people will come watch. And now
we have season tickets and now we have thirty three
hundred plus that come and it's incredible, and it hits
me once or twice a year, and it'll make me
emotional because I'm just really proud and it's just so cool.
I think we have the best atmosphere in college softball,

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and we fought for it, and our players have given
them a product that they're really proud of, and it's
I don't think there's anything like it.

Speaker 10 (51:59):
Last question, what's the goal of the season, Like, what's
the goal?

Speaker 15 (52:04):
Our goal?

Speaker 13 (52:04):
Well, we want to be in Oklahoma City, not just
be there, we want to compete there. But I think
for us, we're still trying to be our best, and
so sometimes you can get bogged down with the big
overarching goal and just kind of forget that we just
really need to be our best on Friday and try
to beat South Carolina whoever's next, And so, you know,

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I think that that's where we want to be. How
we get there is just by doing one thing at
a time.

Speaker 10 (52:32):
Still room for gross to have.

Speaker 1 (52:35):
You ever peat too early in a season, yeah, and
you look back and go, man, we kind of hit it.

Speaker 10 (52:40):
A little too early. Yeah.

Speaker 13 (52:42):
I think your goal is always to just continue growing
and then be playing your best in your freest at
the end. We've had it the other way. We've played
tighter at the end, we've been a little beat up
at the end. And so I think that for us
this year, we've just had this like steady climb, and
sometimes it feels a little slower than others. But our

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best softball still ahad of us this year, coach, thank you.

Speaker 1 (53:06):
Let's get to our talk now with Florida State softball
catcher Mikayla Edenfield and infielder Devin Flaherty. Mikayla is known
as Area fifty one because she hits bombs, and Devin
has over a three hundred career average. Here they are,
Mikayla and Devin, Thank you guys for hanging out with us.
We were both from Florida growing up.

Speaker 2 (53:26):
And Devin, I'll start with you. Did you always want
to be a seminole? Yeah?

Speaker 1 (53:30):
I did.

Speaker 2 (53:30):
I mean, would you say no?

Speaker 10 (53:32):
Though?

Speaker 7 (53:32):
If you didn't, no, I wouldn't because both my parents
went to law school here, and then my brother went
to school here, and I'm here, and then my little
sister plays beach volleyball here. So I think it was
in my blood. So I definitely wouldn't say no, and
I probably didn't have to beat Yeah.

Speaker 1 (53:46):
What about you?

Speaker 15 (53:49):
Yes?

Speaker 1 (53:49):
And no?

Speaker 2 (53:50):
What brought you here?

Speaker 9 (53:52):
I think overall, like when I was taking visits for softball,
like I just knew I wanted to play softball at
a pretty high level, but also wanted like some family
core value. Wanted to like place away, you know, home
from away from home type of vibe. And I think
in general, it's kind of funny how it like ended
up because I'm only like an hour away from my hometown.
So a lot of people like get the idea that

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like Florest State was like my dream school like growing
up and because of like the proximity piece, But.

Speaker 2 (54:20):
Like it's just it's a tough ye.

Speaker 9 (54:22):
Because like grew up coming to all the camps here,
grew up like wanting to play for FSU at some point,
but like also not like being so like dead set
on it.

Speaker 1 (54:32):
It was almost by hearing you talk that it was
Flora State was so great for you, but it had
to be so great for you to want to be
here because you wanted to get away.

Speaker 2 (54:40):
But it was so great. You're like, I can't go
anywhere else.

Speaker 1 (54:42):
Because it's a I have to go to Florida State
because it's it's such a good program.

Speaker 9 (54:46):
I mean percent like and this this place is culture.
It brings around like the best people and like, to
me at that point in time, I was like I
always belittled myself, So I just didn't think I was
going to be good enough to be like a part
of this they had going here. So it was just
like for the long amount of time that like I
was just grateful for like the environment and being around
here and then coming to the camps here and learning

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from the coaches and other coaches from different universities that
worked camp.

Speaker 14 (55:12):
So it was just like a really good like growth
for me.

Speaker 1 (55:14):
When did the nickname area fifty one? When did that
first happen and stick? And who said it the very
first time?

Speaker 9 (55:21):
I want to give a shout out to Troy Camera,
so I think so I decided to wear fifty one
because it was my mom's number growing up.

Speaker 15 (55:32):
She played a slow pitch.

Speaker 9 (55:33):
Come from like a family of female athletes, so you know,
my grandpa's athlete, but like we're all just female athletes.
And I think we're just talking about the number one
day and then Teacam comes to me, he's just like
you ever thought of like area fifty one? I forgot
how the whole conversation went down, but then he had
said Area fifty one. I think it snuck over into

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Tim's ear or Brett, who he had at the sid
before him, and I think like, one day I hit
a home run, next thing I know, they like whispered it,
and the next you know, things turn domino effect like
it's stuck ever since.

Speaker 2 (56:07):
So pretty cool.

Speaker 4 (56:08):
You guys are so positive out in the field. I
was supporting each other. Is there ever a time when
you're like, oh my gosh, she's took the last donut
and I can't forgive her and I don't want to
support her right now.

Speaker 1 (56:19):
Yeah, we find over stuff like that.

Speaker 3 (56:20):
Do you ever get in that scenario.

Speaker 4 (56:21):
Where you're just like, oh, this is so hard to
your firm, but okay, we'll do it anyway.

Speaker 15 (56:25):
I mean, I don't think so.

Speaker 14 (56:26):
I mean, I think you have regular like.

Speaker 1 (56:30):
Questions.

Speaker 2 (56:31):
Just say that's a terrible question and we can move on.

Speaker 7 (56:33):
But yes, we'll get in tips with each other, but
we'll never not be supportive of each other.

Speaker 1 (56:37):
We literally fought about a donut this morning. Is why
he's asking there was one donut left and donuts too.
He's bringing it up because I eat the last donut
and this is kind of like an attack at me.
So I'm sorry you guys had to be a part
of that.

Speaker 14 (56:48):
We'll find about sweets for sure.

Speaker 2 (56:50):
What's the what's the ceiling in your mind this season? Devin?

Speaker 14 (56:55):
I mean the ceiling. I mean, we always want to
make it to a national championship.

Speaker 7 (56:58):
So I think this programs at five years, you kind
of talk about it success and it's kind of the
new standard, and so we talk a lot about how
we're implementing that. And you know, these freshmen are coming
in and they just kind of expect the postseason, they
expect the national championship run.

Speaker 14 (57:12):
So how do we get.

Speaker 7 (57:13):
Them to the point where they know that the things
we do day in and day out earn it?

Speaker 14 (57:16):
And I think that creates the ceiling for us.

Speaker 1 (57:18):
What's the fine line between hurt and injured? Because if
you're hurt, obviously you can play, but sometimes the hurt
does turn to injury and it's detrimental to the team
if you keep going the question for both of you guys,
where where does that line get drawn? And do you
often go over the line where you think you complain
you probably shouldn't.

Speaker 9 (57:36):
Yeah, I mean I might be the best person to
ask this because I mean Devin can speak for it
as well. Like when you're like a player and you're
always like you want it, you want it all the time.
And I think it comes like with great communication, and
it comes with the family aspect here and the trust
that we have with one another, and just being able
to talk and communicate with Eunice or athletic trainer, and

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then just figuring out like the bigger picture, right, like
it's okay to be hurt, but like why why should
we like push it to the point that you get injured?
And so it's definitely a communication thing. It's really tough
to make it like your own personal decision because it's
way more than that. Like we say, like team forty
one's our mantra and we only need everyone so and
we've got great depth, like any point in time, like

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not afraid to see anyone else out there on the field.

Speaker 14 (58:21):
So it's definitely like a tough situation.

Speaker 7 (58:23):
Yeah, I think just to the point where is it
going to hurt the team if you're out there too,
Like are you not playing to the best of your ability?
You know, you trust the coaches to put you know,
the people out there, we're gonna win the game. And
then you have the bench too who's super deep as well.
So I mean, I think it's hard, but I mean
neither one of us would probably ever. We try to
stay on the field as much as we can, but
definitely a fine line just communication and trust.

Speaker 2 (58:45):
Last couple of questions.

Speaker 1 (58:47):
If you get your coaches and they give you all
the data regarding the pictures and what they like to do,
where they like to throw it, and what's it, do
they ever give you such perfect data that they're almost
tipping the pitches where you can you know what's coming
because they've studied the picture so much much. You don't
have to say who, but like where, you're just you
like we got because we can tell exactly what she's

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about to throw.

Speaker 2 (59:09):
Yeah, I think it just it.

Speaker 9 (59:11):
It's really about like the growth of the game and
the aspect and people, the money that we're putting into
the sport now and like baseball, it's been there for
quite some time and now we're shifting over. We're getting
the data and the analytics for softball, and just being
able to get that type of information now is so
cool because like I don't like growing up, I was
just like all right, she throws like medium vel below,
like is what it is? Gets something hitable one? I

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think now like it's just really cool to have that
type of information. I know, like you're definitely expecting, like
you know where you're gonna get. Now, it's just like
the matter if like we can execute, and we have
those discussions as like hitters all the time.

Speaker 2 (59:46):
If they do hot in cold zones. Where's your cold zone?
Both of you? What's the blues?

Speaker 1 (59:50):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (59:51):
Yeah, have you work on a lot of and in them? No? No?

Speaker 1 (59:55):
Well the thing is like I self scout myself, not sports,
but I will hire people to try to beat me
at what I do.

Speaker 2 (01:00:02):
If it's if it's the radio show, if it's I'll
be scouting me.

Speaker 1 (01:00:05):
Tell me where my deficiencies are. So if you were
trying to beat me, then I will see what you're
gonna show me and I'll try to get better at that.

Speaker 2 (01:00:11):
So somebody does try to beat me that I'll be
ready for it.

Speaker 1 (01:00:14):
So I asked that like your blue zones, do you
work more like give me up and end, give me
twenty up and ins in a row, or you just like,
please guy, I don't throw upon in.

Speaker 14 (01:00:22):
I'm want to change my answer. It's actually outside.

Speaker 7 (01:00:25):
She's like outside and low Yeah, but I mean I
think we're both like better in hitters, so we get
pitched to our weaknesses all the time, and you kind
of just got to know that, and you got to
know what a what a picture's strength and weaknesses are
and then kind of attack from there. So can they
a lot of pictures, Like do they struggle putting it there?
So it's just not even worth sitting that your your
blue zone or can you hunt your red zone. It's

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just it's a big analytical game, like you said, and
then trusting yourself in the box to pick that blue zone,
pick the red zone, cut the plate in half.

Speaker 14 (01:00:53):
What do you want to sit those type of things?

Speaker 2 (01:00:54):
You have a blue zone?

Speaker 9 (01:00:56):
I mean absolutely, I mean, like she said, you got
to play it to your strings, like at the end
of the day, like know what you're good at. But
like again mat up and in like you give me
a righty vlo up and in rise ball, have your.

Speaker 1 (01:01:10):
Straight guess you have just straight guests like I have.
Let's just go and you just swing as hard as
you can and goodbye.

Speaker 2 (01:01:16):
Yeah, yeah she can.

Speaker 15 (01:01:18):
She's strong enough to do that.

Speaker 1 (01:01:20):
Me not so much.

Speaker 2 (01:01:21):
Well, thank you guys. We really appreciate the time.

Speaker 1 (01:01:23):
And you know, I would say I'm looking forward to
going on the field, but they freaked me out so much
about it now that I just know it's part of
the day.

Speaker 2 (01:01:28):
At this point.

Speaker 1 (01:01:28):
And last question was terrible, but then your donut question,
you were just taking a shot at me with them.

Speaker 2 (01:01:32):
Here, Thank you, guys, thanks for having us.

Speaker 1 (01:01:35):
Here is legendary Seminole's head coach Lannie Alameda. Lonnie has
thirteen forty win seasons. As you'll hear, she's super funny
and she really promotes balanced. They have a lot of fun,
but they also want to win. Coach Alameda in the
entire program, we're so awesome to us. So here she
is Coach Alameda. Coach, thank you for having us. Your
facility is awesome. And if a facility isn't awesome that

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we go to, we just say nothing. Yeah, so we
don't ever insult facilities. But there're so that we go
to and we just don't bring it up. But I
wonder when did they really start investing financially into this program,
because you've proven to be successful over a while.

Speaker 15 (01:02:09):
But when here, yeah, I'm moving very lucky.

Speaker 16 (01:02:11):
I think, uh, coach Graft coach here thirty years and
I came in and she was already fighting for a
lot of things to happen, So the cages were already
getting ready to start, so we just inherited them as
a staff and then continue to keep building the program.

Speaker 15 (01:02:24):
So we're very lucky. We share a house here with
our soccer program, and they're pretty good too, so we
try to rewbelbows with them.

Speaker 16 (01:02:29):
So the better we all do in the house, the
house gets.

Speaker 2 (01:02:32):
Pick a lot of trophies.

Speaker 1 (01:02:33):
This stuff doesn't get built without a lot of trophies,
you know, so you know history too.

Speaker 16 (01:02:39):
That's an aa W one right there. It doesn't really stand.
It's like duct tape on it right now.

Speaker 15 (01:02:44):
So this is way back.

Speaker 2 (01:02:45):
Yeah, what's that called? Yes?

Speaker 1 (01:02:48):
Athletic?

Speaker 2 (01:02:49):
Yeah, amazing, what's aw athletics? What's the Age Association for enter?
Where's the W women for women?

Speaker 1 (01:02:59):
Yes?

Speaker 2 (01:03:00):
I like, yeah, I didn't thought it was.

Speaker 4 (01:03:03):
I thought it was an Academy award.

Speaker 15 (01:03:05):
Having the history lesson. Yeah it does look.

Speaker 4 (01:03:07):
Like it though, Yeah, academy for someone like who's the
actor around here?

Speaker 1 (01:03:12):
We were walking through you mentioned the cages. It's the
first thing that struck me if I were a recruit,
and now we're to and that's why the facilities always
stick out to me because I think if I were
being recruited to a bunch of programs, obviously the people,
but like what am I going to be in every day?
In the cages? It just looks so new, uh so efficient.

Speaker 2 (01:03:30):
It's right here by the stadium.

Speaker 1 (01:03:32):
How important is it to you to have the best
facilities for the players?

Speaker 16 (01:03:37):
I mean, obviously facility is really important today's age, for sure.
I think we do a really good a combination of
facility and family. It feels very homey here as we
go out there, and we're going to get out there
and get after it a little bit. The decking down
the right field line, you know, left field line, gives
us a feel of people right on top of us,
So that's kind of a home field advantage. So it's

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a lot of fun to have our fans right there.
So I think it's a combination of nice facilities but
also like this really.

Speaker 15 (01:04:03):
Cool family feel and a really good fan experience.

Speaker 1 (01:04:05):
What would your players say about you if you weren't
in the room and they knew it would never get
back to you, because that's often where you hear the
most honest What would what do you think they would
say about you?

Speaker 2 (01:04:13):
And your style of coaching.

Speaker 16 (01:04:16):
I think I balanced kind of being a mother to
them at times, Like I think that I think they
really can feel that we care as a coaching staff.
And definitely I care about them and their growth and
that's what inspires me. So I would hope that that's
what they would say. But you know, I definitely think
that we value that here and that's very important to us.

Speaker 1 (01:04:34):
When you're talking with a parent of a high school kid,
maybe not a portal kid, but a high school kid,
and the parent is like, Hey, I really want to
trust the person, the coach, the staff that my kid
is coming to play under, Like what is your what
is your spiel?

Speaker 2 (01:04:51):
Even though it's true, Like what is it to the
parent that you tell.

Speaker 15 (01:04:53):
Them, Yeah, not smart enough to have a spiel? I
am who I am.

Speaker 16 (01:04:57):
So I think that's the one thing that really we
do a good job of is we are who we
are so you get the genuine feel for what you're
going to have every single day. So and I think
that's how we are. Hey, this is you know, if
you love this place, you want to be part of
this place, You're gonna be around us twenty four to seven.

Speaker 15 (01:05:13):
We're going to be family when you get here, you know,
and I.

Speaker 16 (01:05:16):
Think that's what really draws the Florida State Seminole to
Florida State, and you know, it ends up being a
good relationship down the line.

Speaker 1 (01:05:23):
How do you continue to produce really great pitching?

Speaker 16 (01:05:30):
I think it starts with one like the kids that
want to be here. They want to be here, So
we get a lot of kids sometimes that don't really
know what they're capable of doing. And then we get
into a system and then we have amazing defenders. So
you know, we pitch a defense a lot and just
very lucky to have a complete buy in on both
sides of the ball. So our offense does their thing
hating base running, and then our defense and pitching do

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their thing.

Speaker 15 (01:05:52):
So it's a really collective effort.

Speaker 4 (01:05:54):
Coach, you ever get fomo like coaching and you look
up on the stands someone's eating like a loaded nachos
and during during again, ye get some of those.

Speaker 15 (01:06:03):
I will tell you this.

Speaker 16 (01:06:04):
When that you know, the hamburger smell comes coming down,
like the burger smell good today, you can definitely smell that.

Speaker 15 (01:06:10):
But then you also know, like.

Speaker 16 (01:06:12):
We're having a really cool fan experience right now, too,
when you have that that ballpark smell and feel.

Speaker 4 (01:06:16):
But you never send someone like, just give me a
cheeseburger real quick.

Speaker 15 (01:06:18):
Yeah, maybe a coffee, but not a cheezburger.

Speaker 2 (01:06:22):
Yes.

Speaker 1 (01:06:22):
One of my favorite things about the softball culture, and
in the last couple of years I've really been a
part of it, but just because of family and the
sport and it's just so much And I played baseball
growing up a lot and a big baseball fan.

Speaker 2 (01:06:33):
It's so much more fun than baseball. And I know
you're not going to.

Speaker 1 (01:06:35):
Compare the two because you're but baseball sucks in a
slow compared to softball because you guys are having.

Speaker 2 (01:06:41):
Fun, You're like keeping each other up like that.

Speaker 1 (01:06:43):
It's so positive of a sport and it's bang bang,
you know, in between pitches. It's not seven minutes so softball.

Speaker 2 (01:06:49):
And I've tried.

Speaker 1 (01:06:50):
I've gotten a lot of my friends to pay attention
to it as well because of the pace of it.
And so with you guys, can you run like basketball?
There are a certain teams that will run high pace.
You know, could you be a super high paced team
where it's like get on out and go, get on
the mountain?

Speaker 9 (01:07:06):
Go?

Speaker 16 (01:07:06):
Is that a thing, not really a thing, because you know,
the hitter can dictate the time they get in and
out of the box two, and the umpire can dictative
for quick pitching.

Speaker 15 (01:07:13):
That's called a quick pitching.

Speaker 1 (01:07:14):
Oh so it's against the rules to actually, yeah, I.

Speaker 16 (01:07:18):
Would say, now we're in the twenty seconds hitters have
to be in the box and ten. So I would say,
are our pitchers feel like that. It's a little more
like fast paced right now, but we've always kind of
been like that in general.

Speaker 1 (01:07:28):
So yeah, the our motion feels more natural because again,
playing baseball, this hurts after a while. And you're gonna
have to talk real dumb to me, because I'm dumb
when it comes to I've only been I played soul
picks off balls that count.

Speaker 12 (01:07:40):
Yeah, not really count for what.

Speaker 1 (01:07:42):
Well, I don't know the ball figger, but this I
would throw and I would pitch a little, and how
my arm would hurt for three or four days. What
is remarkable to me is that your guys can go
sometimes two games in a row, three, I've is it
just because of the our motion?

Speaker 2 (01:07:57):
It's so natural, I would.

Speaker 15 (01:07:59):
Say, the arm, which is matt natural.

Speaker 16 (01:08:01):
It's the lower back that probably takes a lot more
that people don't realize.

Speaker 2 (01:08:04):
I don't realize it, and then you know, you.

Speaker 16 (01:08:06):
Think your arm's going I mean, some of these kids
are throwing upper sixty seventy miles an hour, so something's
taking the brunt in order to get that you know,
ball into the zone. So usually it's the foot down
in the back that's kind of taken that to pull
your arm back. But we don't have like major league
levels that have put money into really understanding how much
that affects us. So a lot of our kids aren't
playing until later years, and you know, we're not protecting

(01:08:27):
it braceballs, protecting it for a major league So it's
a little bit different.

Speaker 2 (01:08:30):
Well, protecting me, mom, I'm still hurt. True, there's almost
thrilling me through.

Speaker 1 (01:08:34):
Four innings of like eleventh grade and be like, oh,
give me the ice back. But I've seen certain pitchers
and maybe it's more common than I think, throw two games.

Speaker 2 (01:08:43):
Of a double header.

Speaker 1 (01:08:44):
Yeah, whenever someone pitches, let's say they throw fourteen innings, yeah,
thirteen fourteen in a y two games?

Speaker 2 (01:08:52):
Is it the same kind? Do they ice?

Speaker 15 (01:08:53):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (01:08:54):
The same way? Like as soon as they're off, are
they wrapping an icing.

Speaker 16 (01:08:56):
Yeah, there's ice, there's flushing, there's you know, your lower
half is taking a lot to a lot comes from
the lower half, So they're getting in the cold tubs
or whatever they need to do to rego. And I
think back in the day you could do that. You
could do back to back days and fourteen innings, and
but it's changed. Our offense has gotten a lot better,
hitters have gotten a lot better. Video has gotten to
become pretty big for us right now too, So you
see more strategy in the pitching side of it.

Speaker 15 (01:09:18):
But we have the ability to do that.

Speaker 2 (01:09:19):
I saw girl cheat. I was I went to a tournament.
I'm not gonna say what team I wis hope.

Speaker 1 (01:09:23):
And again, whenever they go back, their foot comes not supposed.

Speaker 2 (01:09:27):
To come off the ground. And yeah she was. She
was coming off the ground. Yeah, and UP would not
call it.

Speaker 15 (01:09:32):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (01:09:33):
So is it like basketball or some amps, you know
they're going to call the game a little closer? Is
it same in softball where you know this up actually
gives you know, a couple of inches off the ground.

Speaker 15 (01:09:42):
Yeah you could, Yeah, there are some.

Speaker 1 (01:09:45):
Yeah she wants to Okay, well, well you know that
because I feel like there's no elaboration. But I was
just like, it's obvious her foot is coming off the
ground and they weren't calling it.

Speaker 2 (01:09:54):
Yeah, some amps just let it go.

Speaker 15 (01:09:57):
We've opened it up a little bit. We changed some
rules because.

Speaker 16 (01:09:59):
It got to be a little bit ticky tack as
every coach is over there yelling and umparts are calling it.
Someone parts are not calling it. So we've opened it up.
But now that the offense is so good, let the
pitchers do what they want to do. You want to
come off the ground, come off the ground. Really, we've
opened that up a little bit more.

Speaker 1 (01:10:11):
Yeah, because I wouldn't want to come off the ground
until I was told not to call off the Groundyeah,
that's what I would say.

Speaker 2 (01:10:15):
Until they correct you, I would jump.

Speaker 16 (01:10:17):
You should like check out some of the men's fast
pitch stuff. Those guys come off the ground, replan go. Yeah,
they're starting at forty six and maybe throwing at fifteen feet.
I swear they come so far out there. So they
played a man's fast pitch. We have a coach, Travis
Wilson played men's past pitch. It's not no, no, it's
International Park.

Speaker 1 (01:10:34):
I thought they're still I still have like four years
left then, Yeah, there's many good Yeah you could. Would
you want your girls to play hopping a slow pitch
league in the off season or would that completely mess
up timing?

Speaker 15 (01:10:46):
Might mess up timing a little bit. But if they
could have some fun, I'm all about fun. It's fun
for them.

Speaker 1 (01:10:50):
How are you all about fun? But you win so
much because they're that U justas position. Oh, I agree,
it's winning fun. But a lot of times to win,
you can't. All the work that goes into it is
not fun. So how do you balance that, the juxtaposition
of fun but also having a consistently winning program.

Speaker 16 (01:11:09):
Yeah, that's a tough question. I think we really try
to have fun for the little moments. So we gotta
celebrate the little things, you know, so someone's first hit,
you know, maybe our first win. I don't we have
an ice cream party, Like, we gotta have fun along
the way as we go through things. But I also
think our perclassmen really enjoy that part of it. You know,
it's a hard work, hard work, and then the other

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side of hard work is fun because you're being successful,
you know, obviously, and wins is a big part of it.

Speaker 15 (01:11:36):
But really enjoying the process piece of it.

Speaker 1 (01:11:38):
But if you're losing and having it, if you're having
way too much fun, but then you're losing, then do
you have less fun?

Speaker 15 (01:11:42):
It's still fun though, Yeah, I think there's a balance.

Speaker 16 (01:11:44):
Silly, they're silly, and then there's fun. Right, So we
tried to talk about that. Yeah, but yes, you're right.

Speaker 1 (01:11:49):
Does the song still happen? We need a picture, not
a belliatcher. Do they ever do that anymore?

Speaker 15 (01:11:53):
It's gotten way worse than that, cheers and songs. I
would be okay with picture and belli Atcher nowadays. Yeah, yeah, yeah,
it's gone.

Speaker 2 (01:12:00):
Three final questions.

Speaker 4 (01:12:01):
I have four kids, and I'm always like, Okay, I
can't really explain this, so let's watch a movie and
I pick a good movie that's gonna explain a lesson.
Do you ever do that with your girls where you're
just like, this is a good sports movie that you
need to watch.

Speaker 16 (01:12:13):
Gosh, there's so many and they don't really anymore, but
I'll tell you, for the love of the game is
a good one. We like Clears the mechanism, you know,
and he's like, hello, Charlie as he comes to the plate,
and I can't remember it's not Charlie.

Speaker 15 (01:12:22):
But it's like, you know, clear the.

Speaker 16 (01:12:24):
Mechanism, that's a good one. I think the Boldero one
when they're meeting, you know, and like there's just like
little ones that we could send clips to. I do
the pictures quite a bit, like you know, but full
movies are tough.

Speaker 1 (01:12:33):
Yeah, the last five years with technology, what advancements have
you seen when it comes to extremely minor movements in
the body and how you can monitor that.

Speaker 16 (01:12:43):
I mean, I think the big one for the body
would be whoop, you know, getting after sleep and recovery
in those pieces has been just good education piece for
our players on how much recovery and sleep is needed,
so from naps to getting in bed early. So that's
been a big one and for us to manage as
coaches honestly, like back in the day, man, you know,
go run for ten hours and don't drink water. Right
We've changed right now there's water breaks and there's rest breaks,

(01:13:05):
and you know, I think for us at times we're
like maybe we just need a day off right now,
and so it just really educated us on recovery pieces
on that side. But technology has gone a whole different
level for us on pitching movements and exit velos and
all those things.

Speaker 2 (01:13:18):
What'd you call that one an exit villa? Woo whoop,
it's a bracelet.

Speaker 15 (01:13:21):
It was a bracelet.

Speaker 5 (01:13:22):
I was like, whoo, there it is.

Speaker 2 (01:13:24):
That's a new Apple vision that's been up for like
ten years. When you just wear the bracelets. Yeah, have
you had?

Speaker 1 (01:13:30):
This is my final question, because again, you have such
a culture of winning here, but I understand it's not
always like that. Even just looking from ten thousand feet up.
You're an amazing coach with an amazing program. But if
you had seasons where you haven't won as much, but
you feel like you've accomplished more because of what that
team has been able to do.

Speaker 16 (01:13:46):
Yeah, twenty seventeen, we lost in supers here and that
catapulted us to the national championship twenty eighteen. So there
are times when, like you look back and I think,
if you can be in it long enough, sometimes.

Speaker 15 (01:13:57):
Failure really could be about big success. You just have
to make sure you keep the the big vision at hands.

Speaker 2 (01:14:01):
So I was like, let me try a book on that. Yeah,
that sounds like a great book. Yeah, I wrote that book,
you did?

Speaker 3 (01:14:05):
I did?

Speaker 1 (01:14:06):
Yeah, get it to local bookstore fairly until you don't
buy Bobby Buons thing.

Speaker 2 (01:14:10):
This was all a commercial for being a part of
the commercial. Coach were huge fans of the program. Thank
you for having us.

Speaker 1 (01:14:16):
And she keeps like intimidating me with like her glances
of you have no idea what's about to happen.

Speaker 2 (01:14:20):
So we're going to see what's about to happen.

Speaker 15 (01:14:22):
Boy, we have some players here. I can see there
right now. They're excited to get after it out there
with you.

Speaker 1 (01:14:26):
I'm not willing to get after it. I'm just wanting
to have a good time. I'm here to have fun.

Speaker 2 (01:14:29):
She said, it was right, Yes, thank you, coach, thank
you very much. All right, so that'll do it.

Speaker 1 (01:14:35):
I forgot to tell you, guys, I was ripping open
a box of like twenty fifteen cards, not in an
expensive box of cards at all, and there were twenty
fifteen collegiate Panini like the whole box was like I
don't know, eighty books or something. And I have had
no luck with these type of cards. But they're all

(01:14:55):
thick cards and I'm dumping them out one by one.
And I did get a Chris Bryant in college.

Speaker 3 (01:15:00):
Oh that's cool.

Speaker 1 (01:15:00):
Yeah, where do you go to college or maybe miners.

Speaker 2 (01:15:03):
I don't know. He's wearing something that wasn't and.

Speaker 1 (01:15:06):
So I'm like, oh cool, that was my big one.
And I looked at the butt. I'm like, oh my god,
it was a Michigan Tom Brady signed card.

Speaker 2 (01:15:13):
That's so crazy.

Speaker 1 (01:15:14):
Is Tom Brady in a Wolverine uniform He's signature on card?

Speaker 2 (01:15:18):
I could not.

Speaker 1 (01:15:19):
I was like, oh my god, was.

Speaker 4 (01:15:21):
That on the box because usually they say like look.

Speaker 1 (01:15:23):
Out for they don't say that on these.

Speaker 3 (01:15:25):
Wow, dude, that's crazy.

Speaker 1 (01:15:27):
No, I'd already thought this Chris Bryant is the greatest.

Speaker 2 (01:15:29):
Get Yeah, good for me.

Speaker 1 (01:15:31):
But I hit the Tom Brady auto and then I
looked up on eBay, And on eBay you can't just
look what people are selling on for. You have to
look for sold what they've sold for. Yeah, this was
this card will sell for like four thousand dollars.

Speaker 3 (01:15:42):
Oh my godness, Oh my goodness.

Speaker 6 (01:15:45):
You have to Tom Brady right, because you have the helmet,
have the helmet and this card in this card, and
the card will sell more than the helmet will what.

Speaker 1 (01:15:53):
Oddly, why is the Michigan no the better value in cards?

Speaker 2 (01:15:57):
If you get good on what on Earth.

Speaker 3 (01:16:00):
How'd you do that?

Speaker 1 (01:16:01):
I didn't, I mean I didn't have had some bad
luck too, But that's a pretty good one. That's a
really good a good one for sure. On lining up
Dyl Strawberry.

Speaker 3 (01:16:10):
I found an avenue.

Speaker 1 (01:16:11):
But so this is what I would suggest. I suggest
we start over. But listen to my point here. I
don't think you all can get the same person. You're
all running at the same person. I think you've played
luck in the draw.

Speaker 2 (01:16:23):
If he reads three d ms. Let's say, what's going.

Speaker 1 (01:16:25):
On, everybody gets a different person. Okay, I like that.
So and so is Daryl off the board. I'm gonna
understand my DM. Darryl can stay on the board, and
if you get him, that one counts. But we'll do
another one as well.

Speaker 2 (01:16:38):
So I have the stack of cards here. I've not
looked in them. I don't know.

Speaker 1 (01:16:41):
Just tell me when to stop.

Speaker 2 (01:16:42):
Read. You can go first, don't start yet, go tell
me whatever.

Speaker 1 (01:16:45):
You want stop Okay, read. Your person is going to
be whoever this is.

Speaker 2 (01:16:54):
What is it?

Speaker 3 (01:16:55):
That's perfect unless he's in another country.

Speaker 1 (01:16:59):
Well, Clark you might can get because Will Clark has
a podcast, a pretty big podcast.

Speaker 3 (01:17:03):
Really, I mean Willclark's awesome did the Giants?

Speaker 2 (01:17:06):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (01:17:07):
He was with the Rangers in this. I didn't realize
I was looking at old cards like ninety three Panini.
That Andre Dawson, who was my favorite player before Mark Grace.
Andre Dawson, my second favorite baseball player ever, played for
the Red Sox into his career.

Speaker 4 (01:17:19):
Oh remember that, m Yeah you didn't know that, Kevin.

Speaker 2 (01:17:23):
It must have been one year. Okay, Eddie ready, let's go.

Speaker 1 (01:17:27):
Don't start yet and whenever you're ready.

Speaker 3 (01:17:30):
He flipping, keep flipping.

Speaker 4 (01:17:31):
We're looking for maybe possibly my next door neighbor.

Speaker 2 (01:17:34):
Go, oh, that looks pretty old.

Speaker 1 (01:17:38):
Eddie Murray?

Speaker 2 (01:17:39):
Is he still alive?

Speaker 3 (01:17:40):
Eddie Murray?

Speaker 2 (01:17:41):
The Oriole Oriole Yeah, Eddie Murphy, Eddie Murray, Dude.

Speaker 3 (01:17:45):
How am I gonna get Eddie Murray?

Speaker 12 (01:17:48):
Yay?

Speaker 5 (01:17:49):
Sixty eight?

Speaker 1 (01:17:50):
Is he still still live? Where does he live?

Speaker 8 (01:17:52):
Uh?

Speaker 3 (01:17:53):
Nashville, Tennessee.

Speaker 5 (01:17:56):
Doesn't say?

Speaker 1 (01:17:57):
Okay, all right, Eddie Murray Okay's yeah yeah, picking number
hold on.

Speaker 2 (01:18:06):
Hope.

Speaker 1 (01:18:07):
He's on Instagram Facebook one through fifteen twelve. Okay, here
we go one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
eleven twelve.

Speaker 2 (01:18:21):
Who is it?

Speaker 1 (01:18:22):
I can't read that Cubs.

Speaker 2 (01:18:24):
Oh it's Ryan Sandburg. He has cancer.

Speaker 1 (01:18:26):
I don't know that he'd be the guy to try
to get right now.

Speaker 3 (01:18:29):
Well, hey, that's luck of the drawer, right.

Speaker 2 (01:18:33):
I mean he may be doing interviews.

Speaker 1 (01:18:34):
I don't know if we follow each other on Instagram.
I say, just give it a shot, Kevin, he's battling cancer.

Speaker 3 (01:18:39):
Yeah maybe not.

Speaker 1 (01:18:40):
Let's let's I'm gonna give you the next one here.

Speaker 2 (01:18:42):
That is the red Very Larkin.

Speaker 3 (01:18:46):
Oh, Very Larkin. That's awesome.

Speaker 1 (01:18:48):
Mikey, you won't play the game or now?

Speaker 12 (01:18:49):
I do want to play?

Speaker 1 (01:18:50):
Okay, one hundred bucks on the line. Hold on me,
get my cars back together, one through thirteen, Mikey, give
me thirteen.

Speaker 2 (01:18:57):
Oh bottom card?

Speaker 1 (01:18:59):
Whatever card this is, that's the back of the car.

Speaker 3 (01:19:02):
I think like.

Speaker 5 (01:19:05):
Solid.

Speaker 3 (01:19:07):
I don't know who that is.

Speaker 2 (01:19:08):
Picture.

Speaker 5 (01:19:11):
You know who myke Grafita is.

Speaker 3 (01:19:13):
Okay, I would tell you if I knew who he was.

Speaker 2 (01:19:16):
Good luck everybody, Thank you man.

Speaker 3 (01:19:18):
Eddie Murray's gonna be talk.

Speaker 8 (01:19:21):
I saw a guy that looked just like Dak walking
outside station the other day.

Speaker 4 (01:19:25):
Really yeah, I saw a UFC fighter this weekend UFC
Fight Night looked just like Dak.

Speaker 3 (01:19:30):
I'm bigger he's a heavyweight, but just like just on TV.

Speaker 1 (01:19:36):
All right, thank you guys, We will see you, maybe
later this week, maybe next week, who knows.

Speaker 2 (01:19:41):
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