Listen: USC, Jennifer Lopez And Texas discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And now twelve year old alyssum Alonzo reads a tweet from a Lonzo today. Hundreds of migrant children moved under cover of darkness to Texas. Ten eighty. Now back to the Adam Corolla show heat -sego here in city-owned movie. Second we've been talking about this. That's out December twenty first with our own Larry Miller on more than one occasion. Starring Jennifer Lopez remedy and right told you all the motza pitas worked on before that. Hello turns out. We're neighbors off off line. Punter. I want to get back a punt. I was a long, snapper. So I feel a kinship wait seriously, very share. Insanely seriously, then yeah, we have a connection, you must've grown up around here somewhere grew up in New York and moved here know, you know, what's weird? I'll tell you why. Because he lives in my neighborhood and everyone who lives on the west side, or in Santa Monica, whatever grew up on the east coast. But all the people in my neighborhood grew up in that neighborhood or and its surrounding neighborhood. So I was assuming anyone in. There was a was a legacy now. But you walked on at USC, well briefly, and then kicked off at USC. But yeah, that's hidden. Punt a lot now. No. One eighty one. It was I was there eighty to eighty four. And so I walked on was my freshman year doesn't stack teams. Oh, yeah. I went to USC many years later familiar with the legacy of those great team that was the year after Charles Weiss won the Heisman and then his backup on Heisman. Exactly, Marcus incredible. So you played high school ball, obviously did some punting where skilled enough to walk on. How did they have tried out with a kicker ever professional arena league team or something once and I sort of know how they do it. How do they do it at USC at SE? Ironically, I was beat out by Sean sows berry who was a quarterback and punter right? And ironically, when we did the longest yard he became the quarterback coach, and I told him thanks to you. I'm now doing what I do because any dreams of being like, a pro athlete ended because of you. So, but yeah, they, you know, Gil Haskell who went on to be the special teams coach for Green Bay. He just watched all these guys trying out. And if you're okay, go all right over there. Stan over there. And so I made the first couple of cuts and that was about it. It's kind of nice gene role. Remember, Danny white, of course, quarterback for doubts and the punch, and it's always kind of makes you kind of dual threat because. Yeah. A little advanced you never quite know. He's going to try to convert on fourth down, right? Move into the shotgun. Or whatever it is. It'd be nice. If you let me say it. But that's what you're thinking. Thank you. So how did then you get from USC into directing all these huge comedies? And by the way, all break for Pete getting near the one billion reasonably topped one billion dollars in box office. Thank you. Well, how I got from there to here was that ended and then I had to get serious about something. So I got an internship at local CBS and started doing. I was a PA for the John Robinson show speaking of which and so I got to go to an and talk to him about, you know. Hey, dude, you're the guy who kept me. And now, I'm getting you coffee show. Exactly. Yep. I should tell you is second act not the second act. But speaking the second that's still in second type on the on the rundown. Actually, it's first one it's above the other ones. Oh, I and then thirty three and third or thirty three and a half came second, cruel and unnecessary misspell. Jeff Fisher, also. But I'm not gonna mention no no-one knows that. No one's going to write. It'll never be heard by human. Here's your right? All right. Let me tell you quickly about lifelock. And then we'll get."