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"andy schwartz" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Speech ten thirty five on this Wednesday Anne Schwartz right I was saying Steve and Andy Schwartz was something where America was in a really doesn and I just like that you took my name because I'm an only child and that means that you know the Schwartz name will somehow live on yes and no I don't have children how well that's how it could have worked if that scenario was actually realistic but it's not so thanks for being here anyway so we're kind of waiting for the president Jordan was asking this is typical for the present be like thirty five minutes late I guess yeah yeah I mean I've been I've been in that job a few times bend the the person coordinating the news conference and the boss is ready when the boss is ready and I remember talking different bosses out of saying something like a last ditch effort to Hey can we just place thirty days so you want to say that are you sure you want to do this that can that can happen as well or that you just want to maybe you're running through a couple you know scenarios with them I've I've done that and it is so I know it's frustrating I saw a guy in the in the background when we were we're looking at the at the video from from the live video from the White House and there's a guy who's like rubbing his head he's looking is watch a hundred times a little I know that I've I've been that guy and this is an important this is this is an important announcement yeah so that part of the world is is probably you know the center of the universe when it comes to international relations right now trying to figure things out so lots of lots of pressure on the president we'll see what he says when he says it's before we can get so it's going to get back to the the four at ten number three vice president Mike pence coming through Wisconsin today visiting you lying down a canal Sir complex interview jeep driven by there recently and complex jobs getting bigger and bigger obviously they supply a lot of the the shipping boxes in all those types of things what he thinks the motive for it's just me the bomb with their what do think the motive for pens pencils visit at this time is I don't know what what's Wisconsin so there's that a bit but I believe he canceled the visit happen yeah so the question would be what went into that so you're talking shipbuilding versus you know versus you line I I don't know again any number of things could have gone into you know into that decision but with with the vice president coming here always a a shout out to the people you don't think about he's escorted from place to place when he when he comes here so that is that is something that we're gonna that we're gonna see are fine walking police officers guys on the motorcycle officers escorting them keeping them safe do you think most people realize what goes into that no I don't think they do they're they're practicing all this week your tell me for the the deal is yes either practicing escorts the other day when everybody was like no I'm not going outside because because it's you know the wind is a hundred miles an hour they were on their motorcycles in the rain and the wind practicing how those escorts are going to be because that's gonna be seamless I I know how these guys work I know as sergeant rock Cologne who is there who is really running that the the show on the motor unit he's going to make sure that those people aren't that those guys are in line men and women by the way we have female motorcycle officers who are and there is well I can't leave them out but the the traffic the moving these dignitaries in and out of the city and around the the the state during the DNC that's what these guys are training for I saw a story on the on the news last night when they were talking about the the bomb training that the FBI is doing and the the training first responders how to look for in improvised explosive devices the this is another kind of training that's going on as well is the fact that it is an art form to escort the beast and other other than you know limos and and vehicles around town when a dignitaries here do you have an idea what the mix is between people to come from outside of our community to help on the DNC or versus the one I'm about law enforcement is it mainly folks from out of Wisconsin outside was cancers of local folks I don't know what the story is going to be for this one when I ran the the joint information center in Tampa during the RNC in twenty twelve they were from all over but but I think that we're going to see people coming from all over the state at least when it comes to motorcycle officers we're going to have these these officers doing these escorts from all over the all over the state let's do this let's take a break hopefully the president will be a ready to speak his obviously addressing Syria the withdrawal of our US troops abandoning some people say the the curse word in our ally in the fight against ISIS done number three we get a number for that could be the president speaking after the break right here let.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Ten thirty five on this Wednesday Anne Schwartz hi I was sixteen and Andy Schwartz was founded where America was in a really doesn't and I just like that you took my name because I'm an only child and that means that you know the Schwartz name will somehow live on yes and no I don't have children that's how it could have worked if that scenario was actually realistic but it's not so thanks for being here anyway so we're kind of waiting for the president Jordan was asking this is typical for the present be like thirty five minutes late I guess yeah yeah I mean I've I've been in that job a few times and the the person coordinating the news conference and the boss is ready when the boss is ready and I remember talking different bosses out of saying something like a last ditch effort to Hey let's can we just place thirty days sure you want to say that sure you want to do this that can that can happen as well or that you just want to maybe you're running through a couple you know scenarios with them I've I've done that and it is it I know it's frustrating I saw a guy in the in the background when we were we're looking at it at the video from from the live video from the White House and there's a guy who's like rubbing his head he's looking is watch a hundred times a little I know that I've I've been that guy and this is an important this is this is an important announcement yeah so that part of the world is is probably you know the center of the universe when it comes to international relations right now trying to figure things out so lots of lots of pressure on the president we'll see what he says when he says it's before we got to get to those kinda get back to the the four at St number three vice president Mike pence coming through Wisconsin today visiting you lying down a canal Sir play some of your jeep driven by there recently and complex after getting bigger and bigger obviously they supply a lot of the the shipping boxes in all those types of things what he thinks the motive for it's just me the bond with your what do think the motive for pens pencils visit at this time I don't know what's what's Wisconsin so there's that a bit but I believe he canceled the visit happen yeah so the question would be what went into that so you're talking shipbuilding versus you know versus you line I I don't know again any number of things could have gone into you know into that decision but with with the vice president coming here always a a shout out to the people you don't think about he's escorted from place to place when he when he comes here so that is that is something that we're gonna that we're gonna see are fine walkie police officers guys on the motorcycle officers escorting them keeping them safe do you think most people realize what goes into that no I don't think they do they're they're practicing all this week get your tell me for the the deal is yes they they're practicing escorts the other day when everybody was like no I'm not going outside because because it's you know and the wind is a hundred miles an hour they were on their motorcycles in the rain and the wind practicing how those escorts are going to be because that's gonna be seamless I I know how these guys work I know what a sergeant rock Cologne who is there who is really running that the the show on the motor unit he's going to make sure that those people aren't that those guys are in line men and women by the way we have female motorcycle officers who are either as well I can't leave them out but the the traffic the moving these dignitaries in and out of the city and around the the the state during the DNC that's what these guys are training for I saw a story on the on the news last night when they were talking about the the bomb training that the FBI is doing and the the training first responders how to look for in improvised explosive devices this is another kind of training that's going on as well is the fact that it is an art form to escort the beast and other other than you know limos and and vehicles around town when a dignitaries here do you have an idea what the mix is between people that come from outside of our community to help on the DNC or versus the one I'm about law enforcement is it mainly folks from out of Wisconsin outside was cancers of local folks I don't know what the story is going to be for this one when I ran the the joint information center in Tampa during the RNC in twenty twelve they were from all over but but I think that we're going to see people coming from all over the state at least when it comes to motorcycle officers we're going to have these these officers doing these escorts from all over the all over the state let's do this let's take a break hopefully the president will be a ready to speak is obviously addressing Syria the withdrawal of our US troops abandoning some people say the the courage or been our ally in the fight against ISIS done number three we get a number for that could be the president speaking after the break right here to be Tianjin.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"With Andy Schwartz public safety communications consultant do rule whatever you wanna call her. She's she's getting a lot of praise on on the mortgage architects text line, by the way, good stuff. So people like this segment, I'm gonna keep doing it. All right. Real quick. We talked about a lot of bad things. Some good news. Some good stories as we kind of get over the grief of officers being killed and some of the other things happening in law enforcement seeing all that bad news. I think motivated the city of peer. So we get a big shout out to the city at the Pierre ten civic clubs in the city of peer joined together to set aside one day where they honor the services of their public safety people. So this happened last night. They call it the public safety recognition dinner, they invited everyone that they want to say, thank you. And I love that idea. I love that idea that it wasn't. It wasn't just one group as a city as a community. They came together and said, thank you, and it was public safety. So it was cops. It's firefighters EMT's. It's dispatchers. It's everybody and good for them. And maybe Milwaukee can take a take a page from that book. Among some other people are going to tell them the story of law enforcement public safety. There's a lot of great work being done. That's why I make my salute to service in may get great new partner that we'll be talking about soon. Anybody that has great stories about public safety? Folks can be dispatcher EMT fire police state patrol sheriff. We some great ones last year looking forward to doing that. Again, anti Schwartz. Always great to see you. He'll be back next Wednesday. Thanks, steve. Sure. Well, and lots of those fundraisers going on around town for the officers. I packed every single one of them. Let's keep it that way. Great. Great. To close right now is eleven thirty for the WTMJ breaking news center. Here's Eric bills. President Trump's former fixer ease unloading on the commander in chief. The president's former lawyer Michael Cohen testifying before a house committee right now, let's get the very latest on the story from ABC news. Former Trump lawyer and picture Michael Cohen testifying before.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on KOMO
"Landslides are. Now taking a higher priority for road crews, then potholes Markevic, KOMO news. Neighbors are pushing back against a plan to build a thirty million dollar parking garage at the U dub, Bothell campus. Kumble's Gabe Cohen says it's not their first fight with the school, Tim. You're carts backyard used to face of forest, but soon she'll be a stone's throw from a huge structure. We don't want it dealt. Nobody wants it felt she lives beside the campus of Yuda Bothell and Cascadia college right now, they're planning to build a thirty million dollar five story six hundred spot garage. We were promised they would never be anything like a parking lot or any buildings at Chanel low and lives in one it'll make our house property go down three years ago. The school considered building a dorm in that lot. We just feel threatened our privacy or security, those same neighbors fought it, and they backed off and said that was not the right thing to do on the school says when they looked at their needs. This was the location where parking should be construction is planned to start in June. Puyallup man has been sentenced to twenty three years in prison for murdering his cousin Robert Reynolds pleaded guilty to killing sandbar and last March and was sentenced yesterday Reynolds told police that he thought his cousin was possessed by the devil. And that's why he shot him police in Oregon arrested a man suspected of attempted rape. And custodial interference after he called them for help. Thirty-seven-year-old Christopher ducks said gotten stuck in deep snow with a thirteen year old girl in his vehicle who he claimed was his daughter upon further investigation. Authorities learned the girl was actually from King County. Police say Knox may have sexually abused. The girl at a state park arrest area February fifteenth on their way into Oregon Seattle seafood company Trident has agreed to pay twenty three million dollars to fix air pollution problems caused by warehouses and it's boats. The EPA also says the company will pay nine hundred thousand dollar fine for violating the clean water act. All part of the settlement announced yesterday. Trident seafoods is one of the nation's biggest seafood companies college athletes would be paid. For the use of their likeness and under a Bill being debated at the state capital. Andy Schwartz in a communist involved in a similar federal case compares it to Harry Potter actress Emma Watson's time at Brown University. She was being paid millions basically to use her name, image and likeness, and no one had a problem with to Shawn Watson who was the Heisman Trophy winner at cleansing a few years ago wasn't that same position. She was capped at something along the lines of two or three thousand dollars above his scholarship. Chris Bulich with Washington state university told a Senate committee springs national spotlight, which are athletic programs, which are trying to recruit student athletes. Simply don't need the Bill appears to have bipartisan support, but will continue in committee debate for now. Komo news time five ten and now our sports update from the Harley exterior sports desk. Here's Tom hutler. The huskies could take another step toward clinching the Pac twelve regular season basketball title tonight, when they host Utah at Alaska Airlines arena, where triples could be a key to a home for victory as we hear from komo's Bill Swartz, Utah leads the pack twelve making ten three pointers per game. Washington the best three. Point field goal defense in the conference using their length on the perimeter to force awkward long distance shots in U dub, January win at Salt Lake City. The utes made only six of thirty triples, husky coach Mike Hopkins expects the visitors to have some adjustments in tonight's rematch Utah. They got a great coach great team got some guys that are hot players Van Dyke is shooting as good as he did. We did a great job at him and bear filled out there. The coverage begins at seven thirty tip at eight o'clock on KOMO news. Also tonight in Poland, a Kook so's Colorado. Former Gonzaga star Marco Gonzalez gets the starting tomorrow's cactus league opener for the Mariners in Mesa Arizona against Oakland. Sports instead of forty past the hour. Tom hutler on.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Andy Schwartz a great writer and his dad his grandfather. Sure which were to created. Yeah. Father who Loyd who? Yes. And was also. But what I loved about. It was because I've never connected with the dodgers. You have even living here for twenty years. You know, we're still connected to the cardinals. I made his major debut August fifth nineteen fifty four for the Brooklyn Dodgers did not play in the World Series. He wanna ring and was a member of the fifty five he pitched for the dodgers for two seasons than for the city athletic. That is a sixty five. And six decades. And he's still he's still involve farting still far. Farting like not not saying anything walking right by someone. Just, but so I so when I watched father and son talk about the history, and and I saw generational love for the dodgers. I grew to love the dodgers more just by watching a father talk about their memories of the team sports generations love it. My son sometim- says to me when I say he's like I want to root for the dodgers when they're playing the cardinals. I'm like you can't or go to your room or good for you for night. But I'm like look man just just wants your watch watches enough slaughter video. Shut white races. So I'm like come on, man. Do something the gas house gang dough. But I said, please, you know, you whenever they're not playing the card set. But he's like dad, I grew up here. And I'm like, I can't argue with that. So I like, you know, it's easy to be a Red Sox fan now. Like the last twenty years, it's like the Bill Simmons in some way. It's a weird thing to think back about how quaint that was to say I can die now or we've been so as as Boston sports fans, we've been sitting in a culture of losing because what's happened since then has been. Route till now like no Boston sports fans should ever complain about any. Here's the thing ever. Let me let me save you things. First of all, I will Chrissy Teagan going like, I don't look good in that listen to a lot of your podcast. I remember in probably year ago. I remember Bill Burr pocket God. Where was he guys? Put a down on Boston sports for. I'm not getting better used to be. I don't. But all were saying it was. Congratulations. And I think it's amazing. But like we're saying it's one of those things where understand bus donations are mentally ill. We've been traumatized we've been absolutely traumatized. By six. Yes. You made that point as well. But the Celtics were great, but then Len bias died, and then Reggie Lewis died and the and the Celtics the Celtics were just great. They were like a pillar of isolation in this fucking irradiated wasteland of horrible losses to the cardinals, by the way and the reds and the Mets in the Bruins making the playoffs twenty years in a row and losing magnificent fashion and just getting crunched in like, and so the Celtics where this where this thing that would just never fall this this castle that would never fall. And then it did. Yeah. And it was a brutal. We had to sit to Antoine Walker. And we had this the horrible to, you know, nineties where the build up to that of the decade of ninety eighty eighty eight two thousand into what you understand is you've taken a mentally ill person who should be on the streets and given the finest clothing with them in a cast out better. You guys are all better. Here in the Gasol. No in Boston sports. Like the Boston sports mentality will never change. I have twenty twenty twenty one year old brother and his name Austin. He's wonderful..
"andy schwartz" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of families in need. Eighteen video with you on this Wednesday, and my friend. Andy Schwartz us a training and stuck through a structure for the national criminal Justice training center, you want just follow up on some of the things we were just talking about. We're talking about police shooting Stephen and one of the and I've not been a police officer. I always like to say that I worked alongside them and was responsible for trying to educate the public about what they were doing. And that's what I train other people to do. And that's what I'm thinking right now when we're hearing all of this stuff about watching video and seeing videos when police officers are when all with that Puget Drennan dump happens when they're just about to encounter a a suspect. They have to all of a sudden there. They auditory senses focus in or they they lose a bit of a little bit of that. They they can get tunnel vision. And so one of the things that we're talking about video or we're talking about what what did the officer. See it isn't about what the video cameras saw. It's not about what the camera sees. It's about what the officers perception was when this occurred, and I think we've got to get that message out more. I think people don't get back because they look at the video, and they say I see clearly looking at how do we how do we do that? The public has been pushing this direction that the police are bad police brutalized people please go too far. How do we change that narrative and change the conversation? So that actually both the public and law enforcement both benefit because frankly, the current situation is not is not tenable. It's not making things better. It's making it worse. It is raising more questions because what's happening is in the interest of transparency law enforcement. For example, chief Morales in Milwaukee is having these community briefings, these are brand new. California ordered these for their for the LAPD, and they started doing these community briefings where they show the video and then try to provide some context. Well, while you're trying to offer transparency you're also essentially saying to people see see, but what what you see that video is not the panacea. People thought you get a view that video from your own personal filters and bias. And that's the problem it really, I think again boils down like a lot of things to better communication, and and that's why one of the reasons I have you on the show because you've had that perspective telling that story, I think we don't do a good enough job of that. All right. Let's get specific stuff. Release some officer involved shooting video does it help us understand? What happened is that the raise more questions, and I commend chief Morales one hundred percent for getting out there and saying I'm going to be transparent. I am I'm responsible to the community. To let people know what you know what we're doing out there. But but I think without the explanation, and they do have I think they had a captain or a Lieutenant on their talking a little bit about what the what the officers saw. But remember, you you see the video. I you're sitting in the lazy boy recliner, you've got the you've got the coffee, you're leaning back and gone. Why can see that clear as day? So, you know, the the explanation I think is is very important. And I you know, I think that being transparent is important. I think that's what he's doing. But I think there's going to be a push now to show to show video earlier and earlier are we going to have to come up with a time period. Chief Morales said forty five days. How are we going to do that? You know, what are we gonna do about officers watching their own video? What that's another discussion that may be part of this same discussion, which is officers involved in an officer involved death shooting and wants to see his or her video. Do you? Let them stick it before they give you a statement. Is there is there a number of days that you think makes sense you mentioned forty five is it thirty days is it ninety days. Also that you have to do an investigation numbers an officer involved shooting, and then determine Termine determination needs to be made that it's appropriate right or the officer responded in the right way and often the DA makes that decision. Well, it's really up to the individual police chiefs and the sheriffs to have those discussions with whoever their their city attorney is or their their DA. The DA is the person that has to tell them, look, you know, if we if we put this video out now, we're gonna taint all the witness statements. We don't have all the witnesses yet, we need to wait. You know, if you promise people, you're going to do it within a certain period of time if you. Put that out there. What happens for the time when you're not going to be able to do it? How are you going to explain that to the public because then in the public reverts to say say they're hiding the ball is it just the kind of the growing pains of a new technology. We have bodycam video it's been around a lot of places, but in a lot of communities, it's just kind of the start start of that is is it just growing pains. Or what we what we figure this out on a national level. You think I think it's already changing, Steve I think we're seeing the way that officers are behaving now that they have the body worn video. I've seen body worn video from all over the country. And one of the things that you see with the department that is is using body worn video for a period of time is officers start to change their behavior on that video. See you can see now if you see some of these videos, you can see that police officers are doing what we want them to do. They are approaching an incident and make the kind of almost narrating for the camera. What's going on? And I think that that's. Positive change. It's a way of changing officer behavior without really changing their training. Their of their mindful of the fact that that somebody's watching and listening and base it as a way to protect themselves as well as to record what's going on with you on that one. I think you have to use the technology when it's available in for in this case, I think it does help the both law enforcement and the public after the break, we have some breaking news broke it the other day on the incoming sheriff Walker County sheriff his new second in command. We'll we'll talk about that next with any Schwartz. You're on WTMJ for years. I've.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Thirty five he's pretty with you on WGM J. Joining me now in studio frequent guests also frequent Friday forum, panelists public safety communications consultant strategist for law enforce. Any Schwartz morning. Sound smarter? And like strategists it is we'll go with strategist. So lots to talk about where do you wanna start? Gosh. So many things to talk about whether the new sheriff in town. You can't you can't resist the a cliche. There's a new sheriff in town. So what's that gonna feel like boy, you know, what there's a lot of conversation going on in law enforcement about what that's going to look like, I'll tell you. This is going to be the first time in twenty years that we have a sheriff and a police the mortgage county sheriff and the police chief actually getting along actually meeting with each other actually working together. We haven't seen that in a very long time. That's a good thing. That is a good thing for the new sheriff. Now, he's been out allow law enforcement for well. Does that mean of the to be re credentialed? How does that work? Well, he has to get a certification relieved by the state now the under attorney-general Brad Schimmel. I if he were out of law enforcement, twenty four months. Or more you had to recertify and the question will be and I don't have the answer to this will our sheriff elect Lucas have to go through the sheriff's academy or the police academy again, or what will he have to what we have to do to get that certification on the communication side. His he has he been out. There has been talking about what the that job means to him. And what it will mean for the community. He's having a lot of meetings. He's meeting with he's doing all the right things. Steve he's out there meeting people on the county side. He's meeting people on the city side. He's having lots of meetings with people he is putting together. You know that transition team and figuring out what's gonna be next for him. I think it's good that he's reaching out. I think that's a I think that that's a positive. I hear that. He is looking at a number of different faces for his command staff, perhaps we're going to see some old Milwaukee police faces that were part of that command staff coming coming over here to the sheriff's office. Andy Schwartz joining me this morning WTMJ. So what what should we expect from an early Lucas tenure? What what what what what do you think? Your takeaway is going to be after he's done. What does he about? I don't have. I don't know. Steve I think that that is the answer that you get from just about anybody. He has been out of day to day law enforcement for a long time. However, he has been working in security for the for major league baseball, which is still working side by side with law enforcement. It's doing a lot of security assessments threat assessments, which of course, is on the mind of just about everybody. I think what we're going to see is. I think we shouldn't make light of the fact that he and chief Morales have a good relationship because I think that we can now really see the power of what it looks like in a city when you have a sheriff's office and a police department working together. And I think that's what we're going to see from Lucas, let's talk about chief Morales. He's now roughly a half year into his tenure. He's the guy now for for marketplace department. How's he doing give them good grades? You know, he came into a difficult situation at at the police department he came in after chief from Flynn abruptly left in February so cheap. Morales took over. He's been finding a lot of a lot of needles in the haystack over there you take over a job. I'm sure it happened when you became mayor it happens when anyone new takes over he start cleaning out the desk. You look through the files you say, oh my gosh. What is this? And I think that there's there's been a lot of that happening. I think he's trying to to get some strong communications going with his agency. That's my personal interest. Of course point. There's a rumor that he's he's going to be putting some new people in place these on the communication side. Absolutely. I if it was the Friday forum, and you're gonna ask me, what do I know that you know, I would throw the question out there. What occurred? Current Milwaukee news person is poised to become NPD's new peo-. So if someone so that decision you make I don't know if it's already been made. I think that there is a there's an interest there. I don't want to speak for the person because if they haven't officially gotten that job offer. Then we we continue with speculation a lot of lot of newsrooms their their ears. Just as you talked about that any Schwartz joining me. On this Wednesday on WTMJ. Let's take a quick break. After the break. I want to ask you some of the issues both in Milwaukee for the police departments and the state in Jenner. What are the big issues concerns? I mentioned the other day. It seems like we're in kind of a quiet period. I don't think things are ever quiet, but it's just been as far as headlines go a little bit quieter as of late any Schwartz joining me on Wednesday and WTMJ more.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I mean, does it come down to just that's the bottom line with a lot of this stuff here j. I think so. But also Dan, I think it goes even that I think the AA would really like to see all of the top prospects that are the quote. One does not come to college all so they can. They can wash their hands of the whole thing and they can say, we're about education, where in my judgment, if you're really about education, you would welcome everybody to college and and try to get them to do both to pursue their dream to be a professional and to to get their education, what educated that's what true educators do. And, but all of this is being done in the name of money. The NCW we'll do whatever. Takes so they do not have to pay. That's all this is they there. Every argument is being tailored so they don't have to pay and none of it makes any sense. And and especially like Andy Schwartz is a terrific economists wrote a an amazing article on deadspin that sort of talked about how the instabilities the lighting, all of us for all these years. And they moved the goalposts every time there in court and under oath. And I think it's worth a read to to illuminate just how bad these arguments are in favor of amateurism, which you know Amador isn't does nothing for any athlete doesn't make him a better athlete than make him a better person doesn't make him a better student. We care about education. We'd be incentivizing players to come to school and stay in school, especially since the overwhelming majority of players in in college basketball or African American. I think there's a, there's a lot of things that are frankly shameful. And the responses we have. There's your former coach coach k. called the investigation going on just a blip. I was really, I was really surprised that coach k. would call it just a blip your reaction to that. I would differ with him on that. I think it's far more than a blip that has been going on for a long, long time. I think there's a lot of a lot of space between a blip and everybody was doing it. I don't think I don't think anybody would argue that every single coaches doing it, but but the idea that you have the thirtieth best player in the country or thirty th ranked player in the country, getting a hundred thousand dollars to to go to Louisville and nobody else is getting that. And that's just the blimp I think is is I can't imagine that being true. I think anybody who's been around it would acknowledge that there's a cheating going on forever and basketball and football. I mean, people seem to forget that you know an agent paid Reggie Bush, and you know Cam Newton, there was there's all kinds of cheating going on it football me. One of the ways that it's being done now is with debit cards with offshore offshore accounts. So they can't be traced. This stuff is really sophisticated and and you know, the government is trying to say that the the schools are victims when the schools coaches in in a lot of these instances not only know about it in certain instances there in on it. So it's hard to imagine how they could be painted as victims, and it'll be really interesting to see what this jury does with that theory. Wait. So these kids who get an ATM card and then they can take out money in that money is is put in on shore. So there's no trail. Yeah, offshore accounts. That's what I'm told. I mean, I don't. I don't know. I, I'm not at fault and that stuff, but that's what I've been told over the years is that's the latest thing that's going on the football side and what you know. I mean, Dan know I've talked about this when we were in school, you know, boosters were issue. You money being funneled the players by boosters, so it's become much more sophisticated now. So I can say, well, we really cleaned up the booster thing, but then they got unbound the basketball side that. Companies, grassroots, basketball, and all these things because of the high school players in the college players are to the shoe companies more valuable than the pros..
"andy schwartz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"NBR's six eighty. Oakland back with you here again for mardi Laurie. Giants postgame wrapping things up for we talked to some of these good Marty interviews giants to win the series. But he dropped this game. Three two two two Colorado who for the time being in a tie a lock with the dodgers for first place in the National League. West tomorrow. The giants will begin a another series down in San Diego. Andy swore is. Wasn't think been spectacular. Really? I mean, a guy who I was not expecting from the time of his debut. If you remember, can you believe that Tyler Beatty made his big league debut this year? Totally forgotten. Right math. Yeah. Tyler Beatty meetings debut and then the following day. Andy swore has made his big league debut. Andy Schwartz the guy we saw spring, and I was dazzled by him. But I thought this is a guy we could use as a spot starter earlier this morning. Terry Crowley said to us. Look baseball's a game where you don't need like you can't get by with twelve pitches for a year. It's a twenty to twenty five pitcher guy you're going to need you're going to need to go dip into your minor leagues. Even for these successful teams. You look at the as you look at teams have struggled getting healthy in their rotation. The cardinals are a team the nationals our team the the Astros have dealt with injuries in that rotation and in their bullpen. So it's a it's a serious thing. You guys are going to need to ramp it up and be able to throw more than the five or six innings. Then I think they're trained to do what I think the giants our nation that does believe in that that believes guys can still go deep into into ballgames. Maybe that's an. Old school philosophy. But a lot of times those old school things end up becoming a new school things again. And there's something to be said about having a guy like Chris Stratton throw a complete game. So Indies Suarez. We'll go tomorrow. He'll be opposed by Brian Mitchell. He'll be the pitcher for the San Diego Padres. They'll go tomorrow. And then and then they'll head to St Louis looking to take on the cardinals and maybe for a wrench in their plans for the remainder of the season time filling in this weekend. Thanks again to Kevin friends and last night. He sat in with me, the Matt thanks to fish. He's doing some cutting cowboy everybody here at the kmby our studios, I'll be back with you tomorrow more than five AM to six AM in the leadoff spot. And then following that'll be Murph and MAC, and I'll hang out with the guys that's every day this week. Of course. So one more home stand for the giants. They hit the road right now. But they will be back in a couple of weeks Monday, the twenty four they'll be back to take on the Padres for three and then the dodgers for three. And again, all we can hope for is the giants have a chance to eliminate the LA dodgers in that final weekend of the season coming up. We're going to have an Garcia interview that I think is going to be fantastic for you to to listen to Marty was able to talk to him about. It's kind of his road to the majors. And how he really I mean it wasn't expected that he'd get here this season. And also he did a spectacular job in that first game. Remember, he had the the big home run and his girlfriend was there and his family. Was there a lot of fun stuff? So we'll hear from him. We'll also hear from the guys that mardi calls the philosopher Nick Hundley. So we'll talk to some of that stuff. That's all coming up more here on giants game on camera. Six eighty the sports leader KNB are.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I love live radio because you never know what's going, to happen in my colleague and friend Andy Schwartz is. On the line good morning Anne Good morning thank you for. Having a having this morning yes and I talked briefly but. I know you've got a special guest for us you're at an event Harley event course. The big one hundred fiftieth anniversary. Celebration and you're surrounded by, members of the law enforcement community it's where I'm most. Comfortable as many, law enforcement officers palpable we are at the Harley Davidson where they are doing a. Ride to benefit law enforcement it's actually the honor law enforcement the benefit is for cough which. Is the which is the concerns. Of police, battered It's. A it's a charity that we all feel. Very, those of us who, work in law enforcement law enforcement feel very strongly about. Because when we lose officers in the, line of duty sometimes we forget the. Family but we can't let that happen though today's ride. We're gonna have we're expecting at least two hundred voters cycle. Can be clear escorted all the way kicks off at ten AM we're going to go. Through all the parks we're gonna. Stop veterans parking CD NPD's, terrible patrol going, to do a little demo for us And so it's Law enforcement it. Really is cool we got our law enforcement from all over, southeastern Wisconsin department the. County sheriff's department we've got. The state. Patrol it is it's a great morning and one of the people that standing by with you. Apparently as Milwaukee Relatively new police chief Afonso Morales actually today were referring to hinders the leader of the pack The? Over to keep morale is so, he. Can tell you how would you about, the ride today good morning chief Morales good morning sir How, are you good I wanna ask you right out. Of the other gauge your I think your about your six month? As as, the chief how you, doing We're don't okay there's a lot of things we wanted, to do a lot of things we implemented but we got. A long ways to. Go you know we've had a lot of. And I keep saying a lot but there are several issues that I kinda the department. Often I'm that? Passing. Lane we have to take ownership of those things we have, to keep looking to move forward in and change the direction, of the ship What. We wanted to go and ideally I think, we've, done we made some. Great accomplishments in reestablishing relationships through our system partners in. Our in our government partners the community. Organizing parts we're struggling a little bit but that's what we're going to focus on? The next. Six. Months and continue to bring the community together we really need that fortune to really, start changing some of these neighborhoods that we. That we, patrol as a new chief you dealt with the death of, Charles Irvine junior and Mike Mahala ski it's never easy of. Course to deal with. That situation that's always the reality for law. Enforcement how how have you personally been dealing with those the loss of those two officers You know you. Can always say that you're doing fine but, the, last one with my. My house I noticed physically it was taking a toll. Spiritually mentally I was doing fine physically. My body just started wearing down getting tired and it was tough to get through You, know with the NFL summer and the end of s. Slows that slow down. I. Think we'll be able to start re-energizing maybe take a day off here or there Catch up with my family you know it's been a violent year I think we when we talk about. The situation in Milwaukee some of it can be overplayed? But there has been? A lot of violence in. The community as the police chief, now six, months on a job what is your plan of action to deal with. That that level of violence I stayed at, that earlier it's not just the police function It takes the community to get involved I could tell. You work on well crime white and we worked long well up until August and I'll give you a low down on. Some of the homicide that happened to shift swing part you got two groups. Of people walking past each other they give each other dirty looks people call Augusta make sure at each other you have arguments on six and center where there were two gentlemen arguing and the. Resort to, the gunfight in one day. You have six, and center where you have an individual to, individual brothers who are hitting on. A female she goes back and gets a family member to come back and kill them you have an uncle that. Kills one of twin nephews because they're out over a? Power cord on a? Cell phone of a cell. Phone and they swear at grandma Those are those are difficult situations to say what are we gonna do now we do have areas that we've bought him some, extra extra type of policing Not something that I want to do continuously, but there are public spaces where people are illegally carrying guns what I'm talking about is they're selling and we have to occupied when I say those areas we have to patrol those areas to do some proactive policing where. We are holding people accountable when they're out there and doing actions like what we believe. To be drug dealing ex drug dealing. Or things of that nature we do have. To address some of those things we have and are not fatal shooting we're doing well this year. On homicide we are pretty much average with last year and that's one thing that I, like to try to find, ways on how we can handle it I explained some of the incidents of. The homicide occurred this month or father shooting, son none shooting father both again domestic actor domestic violence that we really have to deal with other other organ Innovations we have Sojourner. Truth house we have our district attorney's. Office and look at how do we would. Identify or how do we address domestic violence that's one of the issues that I will be bringing. Up with our our state partners in our upcoming conversations as the summer and there's a, lot we have to. Collaborate, with others and again I'll end up like saying rather than taking your show We have to bring other people involved to work on this. Problem it's not just a police stop real quick real quick chief we're talking to Milwaukee police department chief awesome rouse the sterling Brown case. And the comments, by the. City. Attorney is that helpful does it. Challenge your job what. Does that mean for your. Your tenure as, police chief. Now that's one thing I'm not gonna comment on its under litigation and which just want to stay away from that. Now I want to thank you for taking a few moments to speak with us and also thank you for participating with the, Harley event that's a great great effort great 'cause walkies. Police chief, Afonso rows have a great, day thank you very much You know it's it's great that. He, took a few moments obviously there's about a million other, questions I love to ask him but thanks to the chief for. Coming on the show we. Talked about, it a little. Bit earlier, sometimes people, don't step up they're not, willing to answer questions this chief, he's he's had an interesting the media so far this, year but I I hope that's the first of many conversations when it comes to the Milwaukee police chief of. Us very honest there about how he's had to handle the situation where. It's almost taking toll physically on him it's hard enough being. A police chief of a major city. Also do that when you've lost fellow rank and file I mean that's. That's tough is? Very candid interview yeah thanks? To any Schwartz for getting that setup and she's she's she's? Promising, who may have some other guests throughout the show so we'll sprinkle those in of course a big event this. Weekend of course one hundred fifteenth Harley anniversary but at the house of Harley they're doing their own bit for law enforcement and cops and. A great program, and looking. Looking. Out for the survivors of those. Impacted by some these. Officer involved shooting so A great work anti thanks to Milwaukee police. Chief Alfonso, Morales for coming on the show more. Next. Right here in WTMJ putting on some major roadways throughout, ozaukee county thirty-three is flooded past main street and sock Ville every. Day John McCain's live to. Be celebrating, is.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Who have up into the league a second and. Third time I'm more confident and Dirk Rodriguez oddly enough in anti Suarez who has more big league experience. Only because of the swing and. Miss stuff and Andy, Schwartz does have it he's been damn good. And he's learning how to pitch pretty well, but Derek Rodriguez, throwing four, pitches for strikes flipping change sliders curve balls fast balls and. Getting swings and misses on all of. Them that's something to be excited about Derek you think you're. Gonna have any problems in the second half no nice to have Derek. Rodriguez joining, us here in the leadoff spot seven says. What, would hamels do for us throw BP no he'd be pretty. Damn good era just over four right, now and again under four on the road he's still a front of the rotation starter in a you put him behind Johnny Cueto or if he's your number two behind Madison. Bumgarner you are a contender in. The postseason, there are very few teams save I mean whoever gets. Jacob degrom is going to be a? World Serious contender whoever gets to grandma especially if you're in the National League right now it's going to vote you. To the front of that that conversation if to. Graham stays put somebody like the giants or somebody like the dodgers who are probably in the mix for. Cole hamels to they say they're. Not done they need, a starting pitcher I would bet he's the. Most likely player to end up in LA, dodger over Jacob, degrom but, if you want to be in contention he'd probably be the. Next best started to go get if. All the I said is pitched well out of Tampa Bay. His last start not very good but this season having a damn good. Year we'll, switch gears on the other side talk a. Little, DeMarcus cousins was introduced as a Golden State warrior for the. First time yesterday he and Bob Meyer, spoke to the media DeMarcus cousins talking about playing basketball this year with a chip on his shoulder there's another guy who came over here and did that oh it was Kevin. Durant we'll talk about all that..
"andy schwartz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That's just a case of a young guy not wanted to give up a spot that he's earned in the in the bullpen a late inning spot he'd been pitching really well i don't think this was a case of back tightness last night he just didn't have it give up a base hit these guys are sitting dead red and you're not throwing strikes they're gonna make you execute late in a ballgame ultimately that run comes around to score and and that's the the straw that broke the camel's back raise moronta takes the loss even though it was hundred strictly to came in and ultimately gave that run up he got two thirds of the inning in the in the ninth but a a sacrifice fly and that's that's the trouble with loading the bases in less than two outs late in the ball game is you you don't put any pressure on the other team you get a base hit to beat you so the giants fall two games under five hundred after i mean they're they're absolutely the streaky is team that i can remember in giant's lore or giant's history i guess especially in this this buster posey run in the brandon crawford brandon belt days there have been there have been years where the giants have played very well we remember that that two thousand sixteen first half of the season where they were the best team in baseball the second half where they were the worst team in baseball but even those championship years they weren't a streaky as they are now they had they had spells where they weren't very good they had spells where they were very good they executed at the end of the year especially in two thousand ten down the stretch got red hot have that struggled weekend at the end of the season against the padres ultimately they held on one the division but right now i mean this is a team that's looking for a stretch you gotta come in and execute madison bumgarner you get i'm back and you don't score runs forum he's pitched okay hasn't had his pinpoint accuracy or is pinpoint location but you gotta give credit to these guys andy schwartz stepped up big last night did not have his best stuff still goes five innings five hits three strikeouts he walked a couple dropped his era down under five now for the.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The power for this team brandon bell the pariah of the team is now carrying the team how about that hitting balls out of the park he's bardy said yesterday the triple crown leader for the giants average home runs rbi and and they've needed them all brandon bell has been in there i know he's just the first baseman he was in there yesterday he played both ends of the double header who's in their friday brennan belts been doing it all for the giants big for them this weekend and i'm i'm thrilled man to come out and win three or four feels damn good with the padres come to town you got a chance to do some damage got a chance to gain ground on the diamondbacks who just keep winning man heard this note yesterday the john the diamondbacks started this season with nine straight series wins nine straight maurice if that's the most series wins to start a season since the cubs in nineteen o seven tinkers two iverson chance was that team the nineteen o seven cubs went on with one hundred and eight ball game so a record that has stood for well over one hundred years pretty impressive for the diamondbacks but right now the giants a half game back in the colorado rockies the padras come to town the lowly ten in nineteen padres this is your chance to gain some ground to chance to get rights a chance to get some of these young guys at bats and and really figure out who is successful and what is successful and what's going to work for this team andy schwartz as i said back on tuesday more stuff to get into you saw walker bueller for the dodgers this weekend you'll be seeing a lot of him over the next handful of years you saw kurt young dejected and the taxi squad keeps coming up and like i said this kid was called up middle of game one in that header dj known also came in hadn't at bat on saturday night so many stories in the.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"South comparison to say that i haven't heard that would either but thanks for that chad solve mella called biathlon crosscountry skiing and the crosscountry skiing portion of nordic combined at these olympic games for nbc he is a crosscountry and track coach at the college of saint scholastica in duluth minnesota in his normal life chad thanks so much for coming on the show thank you sir appreciate it a lot of bombs dropped over the weekend in the government's big investigation of college basketball espn reported that wiretaps show that arizona men's basketball coach sean miller allegedly brokered a hundred thousand dollar payments to a five star recruit yacht who sports said the fed said connected players at at least twenty division one programs to cash payments and other inducements and we are all shocked shocked i am joined now by benz strauss the co author with jono sarah of indentured the inside story of the rebellion against the ncaa which has out in paperback this week a ban high statin how are you i am well also with us is sports economist andy schwartz he is a founder of the historical basketball league which is attempting to create a system that would pay college players we discussed that plan on this program recently handy hello thanks for having me on thanks for joining uh so both of you up ben the biggest of the big name basketball programs have been named so far and the evidence appears to be coming from just one sports agency so who knows what else is out there none of this feels particularly substantive or surprising i mean payments like these have been happening for literally as long as there have been college sports and yet there are issues here i think you you said it best this is the risks casino we are shocked shocked that died college basketball players are being paid under the table here you wanna think about this historically lets you know think about the paragon of virtue in college sports john wooden the coach if the great ucla teams in the '60s and '70s he himself had a fixer who was uh paying players you know getting them jobs paying for their abortions in certain cases so the idea that that you know we're sitting on a bed of pure snow.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates
"And christine your partner is the one athlete on our panel ladies gentlemen one more time please welcome len elmore lend you spent ten years in the nba before that you were all american at the university of maryland are now in attorney you are also a basketball analysts you served as an assistant district attorney after you graduated from harvard law you're also for people who are only listening 6foot9 question when you were in the courtroom did you ever use your stature to intimidate your opposing council matt intentionally however when we were called to the bed so is the only one that could look i d i with the judge so i think that had some built ladies gentlemen leno more and the team arguing again emerge let's move onto round one round one are opening statements by each debater in turn speaking first four of the motion pay college athletes here is andy schwartz economist and partner at osk are ladies and gentleman anti schwartz thank you john tonight you're going to here christine inland argue that mandatory enforcement of amateurism is a bulwark against the forces of overcommercialisation that threatened to destroy college sports don't ask you to ignore the fact the college sports are already hyper commercialised with billiondollar tv contracts and events like the chickfila peaceful the two economist like me and almost any economists not on the ncaa is payroll the ncaa's enforcement of amateurism is not noble there's the classic conduct of an anticompetitive cartel cartels are illegal in the united states people go to jail for pricefixing and firms have been punished for attempting to fix the price to pay their workers in the 1990s one cartel that was trying to fix wages was punished by a federal court which said and this is a quote the cartel ultimately rob suppliers of the normal fruits of their enterprises.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates
"Welcome back to intelligence squared us your second time debating with us you are a columnist for bloomberg view your co author of the book indentured the inside story of the rebellion against the nc aa you have described herself as a very big big college basketball fan but way college as opposed to pro for you well it's pretty simple i grew up in providence rhode island we don't have professional sports but we do have our beloved providence college friars who i rooted for all my life already make sense legitimate jonas era fitting by your side joe is your partner in this debate andy schwartz ladies and gentlemen you're a partner at o s k r that's an economic consulting firm that you cofounded you are an antitrust economist you have described yourself in the past as a serious board game or what college sport would make a great board game i guess if i had to pick a sport that fits in the board game will you would probably be baseball it has a long history going back to strata matic and so a bullet base poodle baseball k lajunen gather team arguing for the motion the motion again pay college athletes we have to debaters arguing against it please first welcome christine brennan you're of best selling author of a lot of books you were an awardwinning sports columnist for usa today you were the first president of the association for women in sports media you're honored by the women's sports foundation in its commemoration of the fortieth anniversary of title night that's a term is gonna come up a lot during this debate should tell us in one or at most two sentences what title nine is john it was signed by richard nixon in june of 19th 72 law mandating if you get federal finding you must treat men and women equally it was designed for law schools and met schools obviously the sports component has been huge i think it's the most important line our country the last forty five years now that i think it's a big deal or anything i title nine is change the playing fields of america and we'll hear be hearing a lot more about but thank you for that explanation christine brennan.
"andy schwartz" Discussed on Only A Game
"It's a big big problem i asked valerie heidrick who she believed was at fault oklahoma or the system of college sports is a system of college sports you put trust in these universities you trust them with your kid on and off the court an an and once your damaged good they just kinky to the curve just to be clear colleges and universities are required to spend money on longterm medical care and they're not required to provide for your scholarships so you might ask where does all that money go mecir a springer well if you're a clemson fan you probably have a pretty good idea we couldn't wait to take you inside the new clemson football complex this is the largest of all white room in the country's twenty thousand for xbox ping pong arcade games and a bowling alley there's also a barber shop and a nath ram complete with clemson punk and don't forget the nine whole mini golf course it's all part of clemson new fifty five million dollar football facility it's also part of the arms race in college sports and so's this dabbo sweeney clemson head football coach makes more than seven million dollars a year it's not that coaching has gotten dramatically better in the last fifteen years it's that revenue has gotten dramatically higher and so schools chasing after revenue would normally funneled that money towards talent instead they funnel the towards the talent deliverers the coach's that's economist andy schwartz he spent the last couple of decades looking at how college sports operate to keep winning and bringing in revenue from tv deals branding ticket sales and donations you've got to get the best players when when someone's in the living room with a recruit and they're trying to sell them on school a versus school be the normal way you would do it his be like an and we're going to pay you more but schools can't pay player salaries so they offer recruits what schwartz calls a whole bunch of inefficient second bests great coaches great locker rooms and nine mini golf course still there's more money leftover and that's where the corruption comes in.