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Tonight the Pac twelve needs a win over equality non conference opponent was hasn't happened in a while in Arizona state and Herman Edwards. They've helped Michigan state to three points here with two minutes to go. See the good news is Arizona's states held Michigan state the three points with two minutes to go in the first half in Tempe. The bad news state hasn't scored any points and they're losing three to nothing. So they had a good offensive performance last week granted against a very weak opponent in Texas San Antonio. And now, let's see Michigan state looked bad last week at home and were outplayed and sort of loss to Utah state. And we have no idea really how good they are. Or how good the serotonin state team is three to nothing. Michigan state right now over Arizona state. All right. Let's get out to the guest hotline right now on one of our favorite segments every Saturday night, a sports and the courts, the attorney the stars the great Brian Oxman. Of course, the former attorney for Michael Jackson and Robert Blake in the expert legal analyst in the Scott Peterson case and he joins us right now. What's up, Brian? It is a Saturday night. And I am at the Los Angeles County arboretum as we talk the Pasadena pops which are pointing Broadway goes to the movies. So they're just picking up right after intermission. So you might hear some beautiful music from the Pasadena pop now Jim Nelson on the board over there. Should we give Brian Oxman a man card violation for going out listening to show tunes tonight? That's funny. I was just thinking the same thing. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. You don't get out very much. And so he walked down the gauntlet. And my wife picked it up. And she took me to the Pasadena pops Nelson's fault. Because he told us now now he just gave himself a second man card violation. Jim number one on a college football Saturday. He's out listening so tunes number to his wife. Forced him to do it. And he didn't stand up to her. Yeah. It's pretty pathetic. Well, Bryan, boy, some controversy this week with Nike signing Colin Kaepernick to a multimillion dollar deal to be a spokesman for the company. They're running commercials on NFL games. And again, you know, Justin rethink this thing is dead the kneeling issue, it's anything, but Brian Oxman is this all controversial again. Ninety has given to Colin Kaepernick and Dr contract and the contract is worth millions of dollars, and it's dot loyalties to it. So he's getting the same contract, but other people like Kobe Bryant, and it is worse off a whole lot of money. But I gotta tell you something Dave coming into the LA arboretum and the Pasadena pops has taught me the solution for the NFL. Are you ready? I got the solution. Behind. Yes. Finally, they played the star spangled banner here and jokingly. I said, hey, I think I'll take a knee never saw so many angry people in your life. Stop the show for fifteen minutes raucous. They were taken out there playing, you know, big gliders, and they were going to burn me. Joe finally after fifteen minutes it calmed down. But let me tell you if you said to the fans anybody who takes a knee NFL the fans it's open season. Guess what they know? More kneeling fell games told them you're taking a knee to protest the oppression of attorneys all over the world. Well, they really burn me. You don't Brian? I was thinking this week. You know, I it's interesting when you see some of the shoes are manufactured all over the world. I was reading that eighty percent of the employee's in China and Vietnam and Indonesia who make these shoes are working seventy two eight hours eighty hours a week he making twenty cents an hour. And then Nike, and then, of course, to all those savings, they make they're paying a guy who's already a millionaire and Colin Kaepernick millions and millions of dollars. More isn't the real oppression on the women working over there for twenty cents an hour. And where we're the protests for them. Well, don't cry for me Argentina and don't cry for me China because the Chinese economy is absolutely booming. And they're doing very well over there. Yeah. Yes. The wages are low. And there's no question about it. Then you've got Indochina where you've got people in Singapore who are making shoes at low wage hours. You've got people in Thailand who are doing it without a doubt ninety has tried to take care of this. And they've tried to equalize the pay. But yes, absolutely, right. They haven't done it becomes a sweatshop, and it becomes so unfair. And then Colin Kaepernick gets billions of dollars for hawking though, shoes, which they buy for pennies. How is giving a millionaire millions of dollars more a former professional athlete fighting oppression. The open market system, but it's the free market economy. And we call it capitalism and the president of the United States. Donald Trump has been the champion of this. He said turn the economy loose, and it will prosper. Well, if turning the economy Reuss means Colin Chapman gets millions of dollars. I say throw the how for gosh sakes. Interesting. It's interesting to see how this will work for Nike. I know they lost a couple of a couple of billion in value on the first day with the stock price tumbling, but they've been selling merchandise like crazy ever since they signed kapernick with especially with the McRae's, especially with the millennials. So do you think long term Brian? This might be a good financial move by Nike without a doubt. Yes. This was the product of study. This was a product of marketing and taking coals and trying to find out the people's preference and Nike did their homework on this and found that Colin Chapman is going to sell a load of shoes. Very Spence of shoes. Particularly elite inner cities the result is that they're gonna make a bundle off of this and Colin Chapman. It really is worth every nickel that they're spending on them. Now, how about the collusion case with your buddy? Mark Garrett goes. We've talked about he had a chance to go to the Baltimore Ravens. And that ended when his girlfriend posted that Django unchained MU turned down a deal from the Denver Broncos. And then Seattle was going to sign him. But they told them they didn't want him to kneel when he wouldn't do it. So. Is turning down and go turning down. Three jobs is it tough to prove a collusion case after that. To prove the collusion case. But it's the Seattle deal. Our good buddy keep Carol said, oh, if you don't stop kneeling don't really want you there. And that would I think has caused the problem you've got an arbitrator even Burbank from the university of Pennsylvania, fair reasonable guy. Not like Roger Goodell. I mean, this wouldn't have a chance in the world. If watch your Goodell was handling it would have been over a long time ago and Chapman is would have been show now, but somebody's trying to do a fair and square look to what happened in Seattle. Wait, a second guys. Just wait a second all completely capper Knicks gonna lose. But the result is that the case goes on the great Brian Oxman sports in the court so day Smith NBC sports on NBC sports radio dot com. Hey, Brian hang on. I got a question. I wanna talk about Tony Gwynn, and Kevin Garnett and all kinds of stuff legally go. Boston pops can't hold a candle. I mean, come on. You can hear them. They're doing a great job. I can hear the music plan right now. This plan right now, they're doing really job. So did the wife did the white force you to do this tonight? Brian. Would you rather be home watching football? Dave. I'm so guilty. It is awful. I'm humiliated by this whole thing as you should be Brian Oxman coming up next with your at NBC sports radio..