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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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I want you <Music> to now. <Speech_Music_Female> So now that you've heard <Speech_Female> about the criminally underrated <Speech_Female> Toronto <Speech_Female> Raptors. <Speech_Female> I'd like to talk about <Speech_Female> the criminally underrated <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Milwaukee Bucks <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> now. You might be <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> saying what everybody <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> knows that the bucks <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> are the best team <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> in the league. They <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> are properly rated <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> and yet <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> I still <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> don't think we're giving them <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> their due. <Speech_Female> Our Chris Herring <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> has a piece at five <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> thirty eight where he points <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> out that Milwaukee's allowing <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> just <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> one hundred two points <Speech_Music_Female> per one hundred <Speech_Music_Female> possessions <Speech_Female> which not only <Speech_Female> makes them the best defense <Speech_Female> in the NBA <Speech_Female> by a long shot. <Speech_Female> That's more than eight points <Speech_Female> lower than the league <Speech_Female> average <Speech_Female> but also makes them the <Speech_Female> best defense in <Speech_Female> more than ten <Speech_Music_Female> years <Speech_Female> and the eighth best <Speech_Female> in NBA history. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> What's even more fascinating. <Speech_Female> Is <Speech_Female> that as Chris writes in <Speech_Female> his story. <Speech_Female> They're doing it in an unconventional <Speech_Music_Female> fashion. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> You could <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> say they're bucking the <Speech_Music_Female> trend. 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Where the <Speech_Female> bucks will encounter <Speech_Female> better shooters <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> but it's working <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> now <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> so let's give him the credit. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> They deserve and <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> rate them correctly <Speech_Female> as <Speech_Music_Female> a team. That's not just <Speech_Music_Female> good <Speech_Music_Female> but historically <SpeakerChange> <Music> great <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> this has been ESPN daily. <Speech_Female> Our <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> show is produced by Michael. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Kiara Troy <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Farkas <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Alexandre Hyacinthe. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Mike. 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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

09:15 min | 6 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So I actually hit. kind of bird dog rudy. At the Notre Dame Stanford game in the fall two thousand thousand eighteen. I'll kinda followed him around see how reacted to him and people walking around campus would either go. And you know there won't take pictures and all that or they're just rolling her eyes off Rudy Notre Dame people are divided about it because they don't believe that he belongs are a lot of them. Don't believe that he belongs in the same conversation with Knute rockne billy. Shakespeare gave everyone a heisman. Their mood of Tim Brown. Give me the whole list. He doesn't belong in that conversation and the reality is that he does. He's Pat seems like this idea of disliking really has to do with the fact that some people believe he is is trying to take a minor event in sports history in almost blown out of proportion and a lot of people do care about that. I I mean Joe Montana. He talked about Rudy on the Dan. Patrick Show in two thousand and ten were you there when Rudy was there. Yeah Uh it's a movie you remember. Not all that's true. What wasn't true well? The crowd wasn't chanting. Nobody's doing their jerseys You know he did get into game and he did get a sack and then guys just carried him off kind of playing around. I won't say a joke this playing around So but you know he. Did you know he worked his butt off. Join to get where he was and do the things he did but Any harder than anybody else way. You're ruining it for me here. I bought in that you guys running in your jerseys and this was emotional and rudy was he was your your your spiritual chill rallying cry Ryan was rudy upset about that yes. It doesn't take much to get really upset it's just doesn't and He's a fiery God. That's because that's who he is. Well I accepted Joe Comic. That's Joe He's laid back guy he didn't know me think it he was a freshman. Who is he has a no rudy and he was injured? He wasn't even at the game. When I played he was injured injure so you never suited up so he never got to experience that moment or understood that moment you talk to players that were on the roster with him and there in three categories either? A don't remember him be they remember him and they're just tired of hearing about him all the time or see they love him like they love him and so they kind of run into three different groups and Rudy knows exactly who is in every group. He's got Rudy right arm and his professor x and the big thing where he can the whole world he is anybody's talking about Rudy. Good or bad rudy. Knows it seems to be sort of dichotomy between Rudy believers and. I'm rudy cynics. Do you think he sees the world that way. Absolutely it that way and it doesn't take very long for you to understand that if you mentioned the Joe Montana thing his face turns red and there's a vein POPs out in his neck and it's not that he's mad at Joe Montana it's just so reminder that there are still people out there who are questioning what he wants to do he keeps a list. I'm telling you he still remembers the names news of the priests at his high school back in Joliet Illinois who laughed at him about. You can't do this. You can't do that. He remembers everyone who told to know everyone. And that goes all the way up until today. Ryan one instance. Where Rudy was told no was in two thousand eleven? The feds charged him in a stock pumping scheme around a product with his name on it. Well the way that really describes it as is he was chasing the money and he got talked into this rudy energy. Drink one Dan Devine's realtors was one of the people involved in this and they got a little aggressive with their numbers as far as advertising and go into possible vendors and saying well our numbers were just as good as someone so I mean some of the giants sports and energy drink companies and those numbers were not accurate in the eyes of the government. And of the Regulatory Agency. So Rudy. Instead of going into a protracted attract legal fight he agreed to settlement any paid that off and it costs them a lot of money. It became a pretty big headline because You know he's Rudy. And whenever there's a chance to pile on the dude. Everybody seems to seize that chance the SEC. The government agency not uh-huh actually mentioned the movie in their press release about charging him with a stock pumping scheme but they also said that the promotion emotion for the drink falsely claimed that Rudy outsold gatorade. Two to one which seems unlikely it was not likely and And whoever whoever threw that number together other through and clearly they were busted on that it still feels like he's sort of embodies the idea of living on the edge between being a very aggressive dreamer which is the rudy story and being self promoter. Yeah an aggressive dreamers. The perfect way to phrase it is and he's he's aggressive and everything that he does and that's why he's been very successful at times and he's failed miserably at times and honestly it goes back to the story of how he even got into a game at Notre Dame anyway and every time he's been knocked down he jumps back up and that's just how he has lived his life. Do you think he can separate himself from the character in the movie. No I mean I don't I mean I think he. He has a great understanding of who who he is as a real human on earth and who that person is up on the screen but the two have become so intertwined that that you know most of the questions that he answers have to do with the film as opposed to his real life experience he always says in the very beginning when Reader's digest signed him on as a speaker and they sent him out to all these schools and when he would walk into these elementary schools. The kids would just be crushed because they were looking for Sean Astin and so. He has embraced the character when he needs some Bryce to character. But it's end of the day it's really it's about rudy. He's pushing his actual real story as much as he possibly the camp. What do you think that says about him? I think it says that he saw an opportunity to make a living. But also I do not question his motivation ovation when it comes telling the story because reality is he's never been rich he's done okay. Then bankrupt a couple times and Dan Account of went into my day with Rudy with my cynicism helmet. All going all right dude. We'll see and then I realized very quickly that He's not on private jets He's not hanging out with famous people. Most of what he's doing is kinda down in the trenches of the motivational speech world. And it's because he believes in what he's doing what you're y. If you have a why then you could perform. If you don't have that why you just going to get through the game. If you get your y you can be doing things. You didn't think he could do so. Get Your y right now get connected and get rid of all your you google thoughts. You might have right now but anything you might have get rid of them right now. Go out there saying you deserve to be here. I deserve to play at Notre Dame just like I deserve to have a major motion picture just like I deserve to go there and speak to grade audiences and that's how you should think Ryan. Would you describe yourself. South is a really believer. Yeah why not I mean listen listen. I was so inspired by the film when I saw it. And no one dislike Notre Dame. It's at point more than I did and I was just bitter. Because it'd be Tennessee at our place and you know you roll your eyes those things but at the end of the day it really says this all the time. It's okay to walk into a movie. Theater Aleve inspired. It's okay and that's how I felt when I saw the film in Nineteen Ninety three and you know I got the DVD somewhere here in house. I'll pop that in at some point and I'll watch it and I'll be inspired again. Thanks thank you talks. I mean and this has been. ESPN daily our show is produced by Michael Ball. al-tahra Troy Farkas Alexandre hyacinthe. Mike John's St Marteen Ryan. Then tell David Sarossy Andy. Tennant Eve tro. Oh Chris to Manila. Erinvale I'll talk to you Monday..

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"andy tennant" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on NFL Live

"Goodbye. Twenty nine thousand nine hundred goodbye windows. Seven Dell's holiday. Sales are the perfect time time to say hello to twenty twenty a windows. Ten upgrade save big under latest business computers powered by Intel core processors. Don't forget to shop. Servers storage and thousands of top brand electronics. All with free shipping. Call a small business technology advisor to help you find the right tech- for your business needs at eight. Seven seven by Dell. That's eight seven seven by Dell or visit Dell dot com slash business deals. Here's another story. I want you to know not too long ago. We told you about James. Wiseman the Freshman Basketball Player at Memphis who was suspended after the NC Double A.. Found he had received improper financial benefits from the man who would become his college coach. Penny Hardaway it's frankly right in. The wheelhouse is just frustrating. Because it's a rule that most people most fair minded people don't agree with. It's just an unusual situation relation to have a coach that coached a prospect when he was in high school ultimately becoming his college coach. That doesn't happen very often. So the circumstances are somewhat unique. Initially Memphis fought back but wiseman eventually decided to accept his twelve game suspension and he sat now for a few games well. Yesterday he made another decision and informed the world via instagram that he was planning to leave college altogether and prepare air for the two thousand twenty. NBA Draft James Weisman's should be in the NBA right now making millions of dollars and so then it comes down to making a proper business decision of what is the risk reward of coming back to Memphis at this time and for me. This is an indictment once again on the one and done rule that the NBA put in making this choice. Wise mid would seem to be a pioneer except except he's not alone he's actually part of a clear and massive trench. Just take a look at his class. According to ESPN's latest mock draft Wiseman administ- projected to go third overall. The number one pick lamelo ball is playing professionally in Australia. The number five pick RJ Hampton is playing professionally in New Zealand. And the number four. Pick Cole Anthony is a freshman in North Carolina but after he injured his knee. There's been speculation that he might right. Sit out the rest of the season to prepare for the draft and this is only the beginning at least until the NBA inevitably lowered the age limit for the draft. In in the meantime there's no way to predict how this will play out for Wiseman or Memphis for that matter. He probably would have grown his profile had stayed in school but now he can start making money honey and protect his body as best he can and while Memphis Shirley wishes he stuck around. They've won all seven games. He sat out even beating a ranked Tennessee see team. The only thing we can say with any certainty is that the biggest loser in all of this is the NC Double A.. which would no longer get to benefit from wiseman services services come March? They might have won the battle against him in Memphis but as time goes on. It's obvious they're losing the war times and this has been ESPN daily. Our show is produced by Michael Bolton era toy Farkas Alexandre hyacinthe. Sarah Kazadi Jason Co Sarah. Mike John's Steve Martine Ryan Intel David. Rosie Andy Tennant Tro Tro Christie Menello. Erinvale I'll talk.

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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

06:08 min | 6 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Last year. The hot trend in hiring head coaches was Anyone who has ever for had a conversation with Sean mcvay Somehow I you and I didn't get called. Do you think that's going to happen again. This year you mentioned solid it seems like actually were hearing some some defensive names Dennis Allen the coordinator in New Orleans Ron Rivera. who was fired is likely maybe that will see a different trend in two thousand twenty? It's possible because you do hear a lot of defense names but you know I feel like I read the same column every year. On which is we should not be looking for. Do we want an offensive Guira. I era defense about you should be looking for. Do we want a leader. You know once upon a time the Baltimore Ravens tired the special teams coordinator The Philadelphia. The Eagles John Harbach. He's still the coach and not only be still the coach but he's winning games in different ways than he ever won them before because he has the ability ready to run the building and and and he can establish the vision and be the leader and be the delegator that makes it all work. And I think that gets lost. It's a lot of time when people start to talk about. Do we want our offense and defensive guy. Do we want a young guy. Do we want a guy who's done it before you need to have somebody who has that leadership leadership ability inside of them and when you hit on that that's when you have gold. Dan in all of your years covering the coaching carousel and black Monday. How has it changed? What is different now from say a decade ago? Nothing like really seem stuff right like it's like who are the coordinators. Do we need to make a move because the fans are upset or we're just bored with this guy or like he's offensive. We need defense these young. We need old old players coach. And we need a A tale kicker. You know like I don't know I just I think teams doing it. The same way that it varies year to year in terms of specifics. Perfect in terms of the process. No I think it's I don't think it's evolved. I think that's probably kind of a story that that's probably worth pursuing and writing teams are still Dole. Doing it the same way they did ten years ago and maybe longer. Thanks Dan or I mean coming up what James Weisman's decision means for the future of college basketball at ESPN daily. We're covering the greatest sports stories in history. We know what makes the Dream Team. And when you're hiring for your business you need the recruits. That will become champions. That's why you need indeed for Your Business indeed will help you find the best playmakers. Fear business with tools like online skills tests. That help candidates show. They're the perfect. Hire fire for you. Post your next job at indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily and try skills tests for free. That's indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily we terms conditions in exclusions apply. Here's another story. I want you to know not too long ago. We told you about James. Wiseman the Freshman Basketball Player at Memphis who was suspended after the NC Double A.. Found he had received improper financial benefits. The man who had become as college coach Penny Hardaway. It's frankly right in the as wheelhouse is just frustrating because it's a rule that most people most fair minded that people don't agree with. It's just an unusual situation to have a coach that coached a prospect when he was in high school ultimately becoming his college coach. That doesn't happen very often. So the circumstances are somewhat unique. Initially Memphis fought back but wiseman eventually decided it to accept his twelve game suspension and he sat out for a few games. Well yesterday he made another decision and informed the world via instagram. Dan that he was planning to leave college altogether and prepare for the two thousand twenty NBA draft. James Weisman's should be in the right now making millions of dollars and so then it comes down to making a proper business decision of what is the risk reward of coming back to Memphis at this time and for me. This is an indictment once again on the one and done rule that the NBA put in making this choice. Wise men would seem to be a pioneer except he's not alone he's actually part of a clear and massive trend just take a look at his class S. according to ESPN latest mock draft Wiseman is projected to go third overall. The number one pick lamelo ball is playing professionally in Australia. The number five pick RJ Hampton is playing professionally in New Zealand. And the number four. Pick Cole Anthony is a freshman in North Carolina but after he injured his knee. There's been speculation that he might sit out the rest of the season to prepare for the draft and this is only the beginning at least until the NBA inevitably lowered the age limit of the draft. In the meantime there's no way to predict how this will play out for wise men or Memphis for that matter. He probably would have grown his profile. L. Had stayed in school but now he can start making money and protect his body as best he can and while Memphis surely wishes he had stuck around. They've also won all seven games. He sat out even being a ranked Tennessee team. The only thing we can say with any certainty is that the biggest loser in all of this is the NCWA by which will no longer get benefit from wiseman services come March. They might have won the battle against him in Memphis but as time goes on. It's obvious they're losing the war I mean times and this has been ESPN daily. Our show is produced by Michael Bolton era toy arcus Alexandre hyacinthe. Sarah Kazadi Jason Costa Mike. 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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

03:32 min | 7 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"This we will have forever. It is very very very different but I am not filled with nostalgia saying I am filled with wonder about Sierra Canyon and everybody involved with the embracing the new way and so I was looking backwards that night I was looking forwards. Thanks Brian Coming up another family story this time about the bills goodbye. Twenty nineteen goodbye windows. Seven Dell's this holiday. Sales are the perfect time to say. Hello to twenty twenty and a windows. Ten upgrade save big under latest business computers powered by Intel core processors officers. Don't forget to shop. Servers storage and thousands of top brand electronics. All with Free Shipping Call Small Business Technology Advisor to help you find. Find the right tech- for your business needs at eight. Seven seven by Dell. That's eight seven seven by Dell or visit Dell dot com slash business deals. Here's another story. I want you to know on Sunday night. The buffalo bills play the Pittsburgh steelers lers and it's going to be a historic moment. Not just because it's Buffalo's first Sunday night game in twelve years but also because it'll be the first time in in more than ninety years that's three brothers will play in an NFL game on Pittsburgh side you've got traded men's running back and Terrell admits the the team strong safety and I'm Buffalo. There's tremaine plays linebacker trae. Terrell and Tremaine aren't the only brothers in the NFL. Of course there are at least two other players on the steelers alone with siblings in the League linebacker. TJ What has jj and Derek Marquees pouncey. Pittsburgh Center has has Mike but the edmonds are unique in several respects last year when Tremaine and Terrell were both drafted. It was the first time the two brothers had ever ever been picked in the first round at the same time. What I love about? Their story is dot while their Father Ferrell was a former. NFL tight end. The entire family attributes much of the boys success. Their mother Felicia according to a piece by the athletics. Lindsey Arcangelo when the edmonds brothers were young Felicia who is a PE teacher train them and speed and conditioning. She would wake them up for school two run laps in hills and have them sprint. While holding potato chip they could not break in their hands to teach them how to move without tensing up. All three boys went to Virginia Tech remain would bring his teammates home. His mom's workouts left them exhausted. Now that all three are in the. NFL She no longer trains them since they don't get home very often but she'll be there on Sunday rooting for all of for boys and I imagine particular form too many times and this has been. ESPN DAILY ESPN. Daily is produced by Michael. Bolton era era troy Farkas Alexandre hyacinthe. Mike John's Sarah Kazadi Steve Martin Ryan and Tell David Sarossy Andy tennant eve. Tro Chris to Manila in Erinvale..

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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

03:11 min | 7 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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"andy tennant" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

05:24 min | 7 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on NFL Live

"ESPN daily were covering the greatest sports stories. Raise in history we know what makes the Dream Team. And when you're hiring for your business you need the recruits. That will become champions. That's why you need indeed for Your Business indeed will help you find the best playmakers for your business with tools like online skills tests that help candidates show. They're the perfect hire for you. Post your next job at indeed dot COM com slash. ESPN daily and try skills tests for free. That's indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily terms conditions and exclusion supply. Here's another story. I want you to know last week. I told you about an unusually dedicated winnipeg blue bombers fan could declared back in two thousand and one that he would not put on pants until his team won the Canadian. Football League's Grey Cup. Well this Sunday with this team taking on the Hamilton tire cats in the championship. Game in Calgary Blue Bomber Fan. Chris Matthews is closer than ever to tossing aside his his shorts. I spoke with him to see how he was feeling ahead of this fateful weekend. So Chris take us back to two thousand one. Your beloved blue bombers were favored to win the Grey Cup. What was going through your mind at the time? And how did this come to be well. we're actually watching Monday night. Football at One of the local establishment and it was late November. Like always is for Great Cup and it was a nice year so I was still wearing shorts and We were talking to a couple of the players. that we're playing for the bombers. The following Sunday the Great Cup we had a record of fourteen and four. And I think Calgary was eight and ten or so. This was going to be a no brainer now. The next exa day somebody said to me. Well how how long are you wearing short. And I said until the bombers win the Grey Cup and as has you know there's no sure thing in sports and they went out Stan lost on the phone Sunday and have I've been back twice but still haven't won so I'm still insurance so you have never worn pants in that time. Maybe a half a dozen times if I've had to go to a funeral and only if it's a funeral of people that don't know about my whole not wearing pants saying why did you decide to stick to this because I said it would The simple as that I I used to teach school. I'm a retired school teacher and I used to try. And instill in my kids nice by students stat Your word is your bond and if you say something you'd better stand behind what it is that you say so then once. I said that I was going to do this. I couldn't very well turn around and not. That would be really hypocritical. So I I I've stuck with it. Frankly right now i. I kind of like wearing shorts all the time Chris. What do you say to someone who says feel like you just wanted to wear ashort? S- well I would say to them What if you really just wanted to wear shorts? Then you shouldn't be living in Winnipeg so let's say the blue bombers win. What will be the first pair of pants you put on well and this is not to tell you something about my wife She would probably prefer that. I wear my shorts because the first pair of pants that I put on because it's been eighteen years and not all of them fit is an old pair of zoo. Hubei's pants the hammer pants parachute pants. That's the first pair that's going on. Nice camouflage gray have you had those in your closet just waiting leading prince moment. Well I used to wear them all the time to tell you the truth but yeah they've been just sitting around and I thought well what what I wear because This is now crunch time. I'm here and I could put on my if he will my funeral pants but they're they're really kind of Dressy so I thought what else do I have. And they were zoo bad so after. This is all over again if you guys win. Are you GONNA go back to wearing pants. full-time mix them in or do you think you're going to wear mostly arts. I'm still going to wear mostly shorts but at least now it gives us some options of other things we can do It will take away the stairs when I go to concerts and You know Plays and things like that and we'll be able to get into old fancy restaurants now but most of the time. No I wear the shorts. I quite like some. So what are you going to do with the blue bombers lose same thing. I've been doing for the last eighteen years wearing shorts and waiting until next year. Good Luck Chris. Thank you very much I mean this has been espn daily. The show is produced by Michael. Bolton Era Troy Farkas Alexandre hyacinthe Mike. John's Steve Martine and welcome to our newest cast member. Sophia Max Martin Ryan Intel David Sarossy. Andy tennant Eve Tro Christie. Menello Erinvale. I'll talk to you Monday..

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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:23 min | 7 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"At ESPN daily. Were covering the greatest sports stories in history. We know what makes the Dream Team. And when you're hiring for your business you need the recruits. That will become champions. Yes that's why you need indeed for Your Business indeed will help you find the best playmaker. Fear business with tools like online skills tests that help candidates show. They're the perfect tire tire for you. Post your next job at indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily and try skills tests for free. That's indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily really terms. Conditions and exclusions apply. Here's another story. I want you to know last week. I told you about an unusually dedicated gated winnipeg blue bombers fan could declared back in two thousand one that he would not put on pants until his team won. The Canadian. Football League's break-up. Well this Sunday with this team taking on the Hamilton Tiger cats in the championship. Game in Calgary blue bombers fan. Chris Matthew is closer than ever to tossing aside his shorts. I spoke with him to see how he was feeling ahead of this fateful weekend. So Chris take us back to two thousand one. Your beloved blue bombers were favored to win the Grey Cup. What was going through your mind at the time? And how did this wager. Come to be well We're actually I watch Monday night. Football at One of the local establishment and it was was late November like it always Great Cup and it was a nice year so I was still wearing shorts and We were talking to a couple of the players That we're playing for the bombers the following Sunday in the Grey Cup. We had a record of fourteen and four. And I think Calgary was eight and ten or so so this was going to be a no brainer now. The next day somebody said to me well how. How long are you wearing those short? And I said until the bombers win the Grey Cup and as you know there's no sure thing in sports and they went out then lost on the following Sunday and have been back twice but still haven't won so I'm still insurance so you have never worn pants in that time. Maybe a half a dozen times if I've had to go to a funeral and only if it's a funeral people who don't know about my whole not wearing pants thing. Why did you decide to stick to you this because I said it would As simple as that I I used to teach a retired schoolteacher schoolteacher and I used to try and instill in my kids mice by students that Your word is your bond and if you say something you better stand behind what it is that you say so then once once. I said that I was GONNA do this. I couldn't very well turn around and and not That would be really hypocritical so I I've stuck with it and frankly right now. I kind of like wearing shorts all the time Chris. What do you say to someone when he says feel like? You just wanted to wear shorts. Well I would say to them What if you really just? I want to wear shorts then. You shouldn't be living in Winnipeg. Let's say the blue bombers win. What will be the first pair of pants you put on well and this is not tell you something about my wife She would probably prefer that. I wear my shorts because the first pair of pants that I put on because it's been in eighteen years and not all of them fit is an old pair of zoo. Baz Pants the hammer pants. The parachute pants. That's the first pair that's going on. Nice camouflage gray have you had those in your closet just waiting for this moment. Well I used to wear them all the time to tell you the truth but yeah they've been just sitting around and I thought well what what what would I wear because This is now crunch time here and I put on my if you will my funeral pants. But they're they're really kind of Dressy so I thought what else got. Ah Out and so after. This is all over again if you guys win. Are you GONNA go back to wearing pants full-time all time. Mix them in or do you think you're going to wear mostly shorts. I'm still gonNA wear mostly shorts but at least now it gives us some options of other things that we can do It will take away. Hey the stairs when I go to concerts and You know Plays and things like that and we'll be able to get into all fancy restaurants now but but most of the time. No I wear the shorts I quite like. So what are you going to do with the blue bombers lose same thing. I've been doing for the last eighteen years just wearing wearing shorts and waiting until next year. Good Luck Chris Thank you very much this has been espn daily or show is produced by Michael. Balti- era Troy Farkas Alexandre hyacinthe Mike. John's Steve Martine eighteen and a welcome to our newest cast member. Sophia Max Martin Ryan Intel David Cirrhosis. Andy tennant Eve tro Christine Menello. Oh Aaron Vail. We'll talk T- Monday..

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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

10:52 min | 8 months ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So Do Shawn Watson was picked twelve. He lands in Houston a city. Not a team that to that point. Had I think it's fair to say a pretty tortured history When it comes to quarterbacks what happened during his rookie season yeah so for whatever reason he didn't start? The season found a coach. Bill O'Brien who was on the hot seat and he finally turned to Shawn Watson a few weeks into the season season and he was outstanding. He had a game against the Patriots which was kind of his welcome to the NFL moment or at least he welcomed the NFL. To to Shawn Watson Watson gotcha touchdown Texans take the lead. He led them to a fourth quarter lead with less than two minutes left if it was thirty. Three to twenty eight and it took Tom. Brady two minute heroics to get that win. He did that as a rookie against the Patriots and then he went on a run after that where he threw prefer four touchdowns against the titans he threw for five against the chiefs. He threw for three against the browns and then four against the seahawks like he walked into the NFL and just lit it on fire and people were believing and then he toys ACL in practice. which by the way I it's important to note that was a non contact injury? It wasn't because of like. Oh in another mobile quarterback back getting tackled and getting knocked around He wasn't actually hit when he tours ACO. Surprisingly the study puts himself in is not because he's running the ball it's because he's holding onto the ball and he's in the pocket I think he opened himself up to a lot. More hits that way but I would much rather have the Shawn Watson where my ceiling is the super bowl and maybe we have a bad year because he gets hurt but at least we. Every year we walk in. We have a chance at the Super Bowl. I think his rookie season was interesting. Dominique because because you as you mentioned he wasn't the starter right. I believe it was Tom. Savage off the top of my head. then Bill O'Brien when when he brings them in. After savage goes down he completely changes the offense on the fly protected escaping for the block of air. Just going to get there for the touchdown who yards arts all of a sudden. This team feels different right. It feels different. They could we saw that with Shawn Watson and we also saw it with Lamar Jackson when when Joe flacco got hurt and the Ravens went on a nice winning streak and again made the playoffs in save John Harbaugh's job. It was immense season. And I can't think of two quarterbacks who who are more different styles of play then Joe FLACCO and Lamar Jackson Lamar head. What eight really? Good Games in the row and then he he lost in the play offs and all of a sudden everyone was like see. He can't play in this league. Wait till a team gets a chance to gain plan for them. Wait until they get an off season to prepare for him. He's GonNa fail. He didn't play well in that game but he came back this year when everyone had an off season. Prepare for and he's better than he was as a rookie and everyone spent spent their off-season planning for how to stop this and they still can't stop it somehow. They're worst at stopping it. Then they were last year. How did the Ravens approach this offseason? They they went all in. It seemed once. They selected Lamar Jackson the draft and then he showed some promise last year they decided to make everything about their team built around the success. Lamar Jackson most importantly they elevated Greg Roman to offense coordinator and he's important because he had success with this type of offense or with this type of athlete with with Colin Kaepernick. And he's a guy who could develop a scheme around him. That benefited. You mentioned Greg. Roman for a Long Time with Colin on Capitol in San Francisco there was a argument. I think perpetuated by people who didn't think he should be in the league that well you you know he was a one hit wonder his style. Playing football doesn't work it doesn't fit into NFL systems. Do you think what we've seen this season from Roman and Lamar Jackson accent undercut set in some ways. I mean I think that. Not just that undercuts it. I think if you just look around the league it has been undercut so while. Lamar Jackson is Extreme example of this if you look through the draft reasonably like Murray Baker Mayfield quarterback running is something that is a part of the league now so in a way that it's not gonNa go away. When was the moment to season? When Lamar Jackson? Finally silence the doubters. I think it's easy to go back to a few weeks ago when they eat the Patriots shirts who had the best defense in the league. Statistically one of the greatest defenses of all time and we think of Bill Belichick as a guy who is so great at scheming defenses fences to stop an offenses best weapon and we obviously know Lamar Jackson. ADD teams. Offense is the best weapon. Lamar running the ball bill. Belichick couldn't stop it. Lamar are Jackson. Takes a snap rolls to the right now. He retreats to the Left. He's bottled up escape. Fifteen ten Jackson along the far sideline steps out of bounds at the five. Mr Impossible is skates vice grip and turns a short loss of five or six into a gain of twelve. The Martin put up crazy numbers but it seemed as if when they needed a play. Lamar was able to get it and I think that was the moment where not all the doubts. Were silenced. Because it seems like they're moving goal posts for some people because they want him to fail but it was hard to construct an argument any argument outside of well. He's not going to stay healthy or let's see him do it when they're coming from behind like there's there is no argument to say that he is not affected when the best coach and the best defense can't stop him. What do you expect to see out of the two quarterbacks in this match tap I expect big plays? I expect for them to succeed. I mean as exciting as both of them are neither of them. Have a great defense to says. Support Them So. I don't think it's going to be a low scoring game. It's going to be a high scoring game where it comes down to. Which one of those quarterbacks can be more effective particularly late in the game well looking at? ESPN'S NFL MVP stock. Watch the top three candidates right. Now are Russell Wilson. Lamar Jackson into Shawn Watson. I think the public largely agrees with that. Do you think that this season and what these players have accomplished has changed attitudes towards mobile quarterbacks and perhaps erase the stigma to some degree. I think the stigma should've been erased a long time ago. So like honestly I have no confidence that had given the opportunity to draft a mediocre pocket passer and potentially dynamic duo threat athletic quarterback. I have no hopes that teams don't make the decision to go and the more athletic direction I think this does give them license to TM. Jim To go to his owner. And say we're going to do something different. Well you know how the Ravens had success. Doing something different. We're not going to draft this guy. We're not going to run the offense that everyone else is running. We have such diversity of style in part because of the athletes that we have in this game. You can go from watching Lamar Jackson to Shawn Watson or very different then going to watch Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers of Patrick Mahomes. It's just like a different game. Ame No matter who you look at it and I personally well. I look forward to watching these two quarterbacks play and then both finishing second and third to Russell Wilson. MVP voting outing. I'm telling you Ross is gonNA fall off tough second-half schedule that trophy it's true I'm sorry. Sorry I love him. Russell's great but Mars drove me. Watch bet on it. I'll be back in a moment with one more story at ESPN daily. We tell the stories of the world's greatest teams coaches bill championship teams with players uniquely qualified for their roles. That's why you need indeed for Your Business. Indeed provides tools like skills tests to help candidates. Show the perfect hire for you post a job at indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily and try skills tests for free that's indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily terms conditions and exclusions apply. Here's another story. I want you to know last week. A black cat growth the internet when he or she ran onto the field during Monday night. Football disrupting giants cowboys. Game for what felt like an eternity. Hardy was an incredible sports moment but the Monday night. Football cat who by the way still at large was hardly the first animal to bring an important game to a poss- US. There was a squirrel ran onto the field during an NFL. Game at Wembley Stadium the Jack. Rabbit scored a touchdown during Oregon Stanford Game and about twenty years years ago. A chocolate lab named Tubby who streaked onto the field during a Georgia hockey game. A story that's notable not just because it produced one of the more memorable game calls in football history but because tabby belong to one of my colleagues ESPN senior writer Mark Schlabach. According to a piece that marked published this week tubby was named named after Tubby Smith then Georgia's basketball coach and he was L. accounts a bad dog. Well let me correct that there are no bad dogs. All dogs are good dogs but tubby. It was a mischievous dog and he had a penchant for escaping so on the day of the game mark was in the press box at Sanford stadium covering it for the Atlanta Journal Constitution. When Georgia Georgia Safety Kirby Smart? Yes that Kirby smart made an interception and then this happened. Somebody's chocolate lab is out there to look at that that somebody's buddies dog is out there. Lauren get it off the field that you're GONNA have to get the dog off the field. Now he's gone to the Georgia Huddle. I wonder released it. That was Larry. Munson Georgia's legendary play by play announcer. Who passed away a few years ago? Now I have two favorite details from this moment. Point one is the visual Georgia's mascot a bulldog looking extremely forlorn as watch. Tubby run free to is this quote quote from Kentucky Offensive Coordinator Mike Leach s that Mike Leach. The dog didn't have great straight line speed. He could make you miss and he made a lot of people missed that day. In any case unlike Monday night football cat tubby was eventually corralled with the help of a hot dog. He's no longer with us but his memory lives on and it may have inspired some copycat crimes I mean economies and this has been. ESPN our show is produced by. Michael Ball Sierra Troy Farkas Alexandre hyacinthe. Michael John's Steve. Martin Brian Intel Andy. Tennant Eve tro. Happy Birthday Eve. Christopher to Manila and Erinvale. I'll talk to Monday sir..

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"andy tennant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Bob Lee, who's taken a long vacation. He calls it a sabbatical. It's really vacation. He says he's coming back in April. I I'm not holding my breath. We welcome to the show. Now. It's always interesting when you get to interview your boss, the executive producer of e sixty a man who's won about forty seven national sports EMMY awards, but who's counting my good friend. Andrew Tennant, Andy. How are you L O? Jeremy I'm holding my breath speak into the microphone. Okay. I know. This is what you do. But why why don't we speak into the microphone this make this easy for the producers? Okay. I know you're a visual guy. It's a visual medium television, east sixties about production values, but this is audio e sixties back this past week in the season premiere the story about parkland about Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida, and it's football team trying to cope in the aftermath of the horrific school shooting that took place a year ago this week on February fourteenth two thousand eighteen that was a story that in many ways is emblematic of what sixty is done. Sure. It's a story that sports, but it's also not a story about sports. It's also story that required a full year's worth of reporting and producing for Martin quota bashing in particular, I was the reporter. But most of the work is as is. Usually the case you'd be the first to say that is done by the producer. Obviously there was an anniversary this week. But why did why did sixty choose to tell this story about parkland? I think for us. It's about yes. We work for a sports network. Yes. We're a sports show. But our responsibility is to go out there and find stories that are compelling and are just about life where there's a lesson to be learned where there's, you know, something that provides the next chapter to a story. You know, I think at a certain point the coverage of the parkland stoneman Douglas mass shooting ended, and so people moved on the cameras went away the store there were still coverage, obviously because many students have been have been politically active since then, but on the ground in parkland when the cameras go away a lot of coverage goes, yeah. And know, they weren't in the headlines anymore and know for us it was about telling the longer story. You know, what is the next chapter? And what was the sports angle for us? And here's a football coach, you know, who who gave his life, you know, to try and save children. Here's another football coach who on one day in an instant lost his assistant coach also his boss. The director who were both killed in the mass shooting. And you know, we wanted to know we wanted to sort of tell the story of of those relationships, but we also wanted to tell the story of of of strength, a story of courage story of how do you move on? You know, how do you take these kids and and push forward in the aftermath of something as horrific as that? We're speaking with Andy Tennant, the executive producer of e sixty which returned on Sunday to ESPN one at nine o'clock eastern time for its twelfth. Season. And as I said earlier, the show has evolved from twelve to fifteen shows year, you could find them in prime time. We never knew exactly when they were gonna be on when the season was gonna take place was it going to be during football season not during football season. Now, we have regular schedule as we have had for the last couple of years. We're on every Sunday morning on ESPN one. When football is not being played. And we're on ESPN two every Sunday morning when football is being played. So now, we're in the heart of it since the Super Bowl two weeks ago. How did the move from primetime to Sunday morning change the way you think about what the show should be? That's a great question. I mean, I think for us. It was really always about having a consistent time slot. You know, I think when we were in primetime and often following sportscenter. You know, we were we were leading shows with our our signature profiles of the biggest athletes in sports, you know, bringing our fans up close and personal to these big stars in a way that you know, they they weren't being brought by our traditional studio shows. So, and that's really how we differentiate ourselves from the rest of ESPN. And also, you know from most of the sports shows that are out there. When we moved to Sunday mornings. It was like we finally had the answer to the age old question for us is I love the show. I just have no idea when it's on. And so the fact that we're on in some capacity, whether it's ESPN one or ESPN two on a Sunday morning at nine o'clock. It's just for us. It's a great way for people to wake up and to be told a great story that's going to set the tone for the rest of their day or for the rest of their week. And I think we really wanted to focus on you know, who is the audience on a Sunday morning versus who's the audience and a prime time during the week. And you know, what are the metrics telling us what who are the demos out there? And I don't want to dive deep into that. It did it did force us to rethink the show a lot about what was going on. On sundays. What's going on that we can set the tone for the week? Also, you know, what just provides great content that complements sportscenter which is on both before us and after us in Sundays speaking with Andy Tennant, the executive producer v sixty and I say we go back a long way we worked on pieces as reporter and producer twenty years ago. And if you did I'm not going to get into any specifics that might be to you, and you made some bad decisions about how little camera time. You gave me some things never change. But. You know, we considered ourselves lucky back. Then if we got seven minutes for a piece that was long TV germs and somehow counter intuitively, the conventional wisdom being that the attention span of the audience gets smaller and smaller over time and digital distractions. You know of made it harder to keep people's attention. All that are are stories. Now, we twenty minutes stories all the time we do half hour shows on single topics all the time hours pretty frequently as well. There was a time. When people said that's too long for TV how did that philosophy evolve? Where there's almost no limit to the time allotted to a story. Listen, I I've said this before I think thirty for thirty was the game changer. In fact, you know, you asked how was the most significant change between prime time and Sunday morning and a lot of it is the length of the pieces. Know, we just we'd go more in depth. We dive deeper into these stories and into these characters we're on every week because we're on every week. But also, I think look when when the show was, you know, the idea for the show was originally being developed. You know, a lot of executives here were were saying, you know, more story shorter stories, you know, look it within that hour to get like six or seven stories at like six to eight minutes because of the attention span that you were speaking of and then thirty for thirty we figured out. It's really just the executives attention. Right. But then, you know, thirty for thirty came along, and they were telling stories longer than anybody else at ESPN and the response was overwhelming. And we started to look at ourselves as storytellers and say, you know, maybe we don't have this. Right. Maybe maybe shorter isn't better maybe longer is better. And so, you know, we really spent a lot of time rethinking things considering the the success that our colleagues there had, and you know, and I think it's really been a game changer. It's has such such a significant impact not only on how we tell stories, but on how you know, everyone tells stories across the board sports speaking with Andy executive producer of e sixty which is on of course, every Sunday morning at nine eastern time on ESPN. It's twelfth season. Just underway. There's a lack coming up this year. There's lot coming up this season. But but more important than just promoting the show, which is kind of the concede here. I wanna ask you. There's some talented people on the show. There's some great reporters. Great producers, who's the best reporter on the show a bubbly. Bob doesn't report. He had to take a sabbatical. He needed to reflect not he's not a professor he needed to take months hosts, he's a very capable did, very briefly. But it's I keep telling him, it's not a sabbatical. If you're not a professor, it's vacation, well, considering he's now giving the commencement speech. At Seton Hall in in may, I mean, I think there is an honorary degree that goes along with says, there is believe he's not shown up not giving him some kind of degree. We should have him on next week to talk about this. But that was very adeptly handled press. Andrew Shannon is the executive producer of e sixty back every Sunday morning on ESPN ESPN one at nine eastern time. Any thank you for keeping me on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you. Jeremy was was in any way, this better than a Harvard Cornell hockey game, I play obviously, I just watched those laws reaction Cornell beats Harvard on the ice don't say that we worked for some Harvard guys, don't we? Next.

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"andy tennant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I'm Jan rider leads team LeBron's ninety seven or early in the third quarter in the NBA all star game in Charlotte. It's available on ESPN radio. Janas not good was twenty points at ten of twelve Judy. We'd all spores Kevin Durant with thirteen points. Denny Hamlin wins the Daytona five hundred for the second time in the last four years. I'll Bush was the runner up number of Rexona race, including a twenty one car pile up with nine laps to go as call news. Milwaukee has resigned basement. Mike Mushtaq is a one year deal worth ten million dollars in gob, Jamie homes, rallied from eight four shot Jefferson. Final round to win the Genesis open arms at fourteen under finishes one shot ahead of Justin Thomas, a long winning streak in the NHL one second ago, you can bring out the Zamboni admit a soda Saint Louis blues have shut off the wild four to nothing. They've shut up their opposition for three straight games and in doing so. Have won ten consecutive games. Tying a franchise record that goes back to January of two thousand and two. With the final. Call blue is making ten straight four nothing victory over the wild. Vladimir Tarasenko a goal and two assists in and win penguins gave past the Rangers six to five Guinea Malkin two goals for the second straight game. Flyers down the Red Wings three to one the Panthers. Just knocked out the Canadian six to three Alexander Barca a hat trick. And in that sense for Florida capitals ever one nothing lead on the ducks in the first period. Alexander Ovechkin league-leading fortieth told. Join us Monday. We'll break down the NBA all star weekend with not berry and L Dunkin. That's Monday on the Dan Le Batard show with these two guys on ESPN radio. Welcome to the sporting life with Jeremy shop. Over the next hour race favourite. Brad Keselowski lays out his plan to win. This weekend's Daytona five hundred everything has to come together. Just perfectly for Wednesday Daytona five hundred for us that hasn't happened yet. But I'm confident if we just kind of stay the course and try to do everything we can to run up front blacks and went that it will then sixties executive producer. Andy Tennant describes the principles that guide ESPN's award winning morning show thirty for thirty came along. They were telling stories longer than anybody else at ESPN. And you know, the response was overwhelming. And we started to look at ourselves as storytellers and say, you know, maybe we don't have this, right? Maybe shorter is better. Maybe longer is better plus an outside the lines future pays tribute to the life of Frank Robinson. The first African American manager in major league baseball history expectations. Lonzo happy people because they would write five wrong. Wrong. Bad because. That didn't bother me. This is the sporting life on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Here's Jeremy shop. Welcome to another district is sporting line this past Monday Thailand, freed team, Allah, writing a rainy soccer play who'd been detained for.

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"andy tennant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Sporting life this past week east sixty kicked off its twelfth season on ESPN the show goes back to two thousand seven for most of its history. It was a monthly show. But for the last two years, it's been a weekly show on Sunday mornings, nine o'clock eastern time who stood by yours truly in that that guy. Bob Lee, who's taken a long vacation. He calls it a sabbatical. It's really vacation. He says he's coming back in April. I I'm not holding my breath. We welcome to the show. Now. It's always interesting when you get to interview your boss, the executive producer of e sixty a man who's won about forty seven national sports EMMY awards, but who's counting my good friend. Andrew Tennant, Andy. How are you? Hello. Jeremy I'm holding my breath speak into the microphone. Okay. I know. This is what you normally do. But why why are we speaking of the microphone? Let's make this easy for the producers. Okay. I know you're a visual guy. It's a visual medium television, east sixties about production values, but this is audio east sixties back this past week in the season premiere the story about parkland about Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida, and it's football team trying to cope in the aftermath of the horrific school shooting that took place a year ago this week on February fourteen twenty eighteen. That was a story that in many ways is emblematic of what e- sixty is done. Sure. It's a story about sports. But it's also not a story about sports. It's also story that required a full year's worth of reporting and producing from Martin Cody bashing in particular, I was the reporter. But most of the work is as is. Usually the case you'd be the first to say that is done by the producer. Obviously there was an anniversary this week. But why did why did you sixty choose to tell this story about parkland? I think for us. It's about yes. We work for a sports network. Yes. We're a sports show. But you know. Our responsibility is to go out there and find stories that are compelling and are just about life where there's a lesson to be learned where there's something that provides the next chapter to a story. You know, I think at a certain point the coverage of the parkland stoneman Douglas mass shooting ended, and so moved on the cameras went away the store there were still coverage, obviously because many students have been have been politically active since then, but on the ground in parkland when the cameras go away a lot of coverage goes the they weren't in the headlines anymore and for us. It was about, you know, telling the longer story, you know, what is the next chapter. And what was the sports angle for us? And here's a football coach, you know, who who gave his life to try and save children. Here's another football coach who on one day in an instant lost his assistant coach also lost his boss. The director. Who were both killed in the mass shooting? And you know, we wanted to know we wanted to sort of tell the story of of of those relationships, but we also wanted to tell the story of of of strength story of courage story of how do you move on? You know, how do you take these kids and and push forward in the aftermath of of something as horrific as that. We're speaking with Andy Tennant, the executive producer of east sixty which returned on Sunday to ESPN one at nine o'clock eastern time for its twelfth season. And as I said earlier, the show has evolved from twelve to fifteen shows year, you could find them in prime time. We never knew exactly when they were going to be on when the season was going to take place was it going to be during football season not during football season. Now, we have regular schedule as we have had for the last couple of years. We're on every Sunday morning on ESPN one. When football is not being played. And we're on ESPN two every Sunday. Morning when football is being played. So now, we're in the heart of it since the Super Bowl two weeks ago. How did the move from time to Sunday morning change the way, you think about what the show should be? That's a great question. I mean, I think for us. It was really all about having a consistent timeslot. You know? I think when we were in primetime and often following sportscenter. You know, we were we were leading shows with our our signature profiles of the biggest athletes in sports, you know, bringing our fans up close and personal to these big stars in a way that you know, they they weren't being brought by our traditional studio shows. So, and that's really how we differentiate ourselves from the recipe SPN, and also, you know, from most of the sports shows that are out there. When we moved to Sunday mornings. It was like we finally had the answer to the age old question for us is I love the show. I just have no idea when it's on. And so the fact that we're on in some capacity, whether it's ESPN one or ESPN two on a Sunday morning at nine o'clock. You know, it's just for us. It's a great way for people to wake up and to be told a great story that's going to set the tone for the rest of their day or for the rest of their week. And I think we really wanted to focus on you know, who is the audience on a Sunday morning versus who is the audience and the prime time during the week. And you know, what are the metrics telling us what who are the demos out there? And I don't want to dive too deep into that. It did it did force us to rethink the show a lot about you know, what was going on on Sundays. What's going on that we can set the tone for the week also provides great content that complements sportscenter which is on both before. And after us on Sundays speaking with Andy Tennant, executive producer v sixty and say, you know, we go back a long way we worked on pieces as reporter and producer twenty years ago. And if you did I'm not going to get into any specifics that might be embarrassing to you, and you made some bad decisions about how little camera time. You gave me some things never change. But we consider. It ourselves lucky back. Then if we got seven minutes for a piece that was long and TV germs and somehow counter intuitively, the conventional wisdom being that the attention span of the audience gets smaller and smaller over time and digital distractions. You know, have made it harder to keep people's attention. All that are are stories. Now, we do twenty minute stories all the time we do half hour shows on single topics all the time hours pretty frequently as well. There was a time. When people said that's too long for TV how did that philosophy evolve? Where there's almost no limit to the time allotted to a story. Listen, I I've said this before I think thirty for thirty was the game changer. In fact, you know, you asked how what was the most significant change between primetime Sunday morning and a lot of it is the length of the pieces. You know, we just we go more in depth. We dive deeper into these stories and into these characters because we're on every week because we're on every week. But also, I think look when when the show was, you know, the idea for the show was originally being developed, you know, a lot of executives here were we're saying, you know, more story shorter stories, you know, look within that hour to get like six or seven stories like six to eight minutes because of the attention span that you were speaking of and then thirty for thirty we figured out. It's really just the executives attention. That's right. But then, you know, thirty for thirty came along, and they were telling stories longer than anybody else at ESPN and the response was overwhelming. And we started to look at ourselves as storytellers and say, you know, maybe we don't have this. Right. Maybe maybe shorter isn't better maybe longer is better. And so we really spent a lot of time being rethinking things considering the the success that our colleagues there had. And and and I think it's really been a game jenner's has such such a significant impact not only on how we tell stories, but on how you know, everyone tells stories across the board sports speaking with Andy Tan, executive producer of e sixty which is on of course, every Sunday morning at nine eastern time on ESPN. It's twelfth season. Just underway. There's a lot coming up this year. There's lot coming up this season. But but more important than just promoting the show, which is kind of the conceit here. I want to ask you, there's some talented people in the show. There's some great reporters. Great producers, who's the best reporter on the show a bodily. Bob doesn't report. He had to take a sabbatical needed to reflect not is not a professor needed to take the host. He's a very capable did, very briefly. But it's I keep telling him, it's not a sabbatical. If you're not a professor, it's a vacation, well, considering he's now giving a commencement speech. At Seton Hall in in may, I mean, I think there is an honorary degree that goes along with says, there isn't he's not showing up at the not giving him some kind of degree. We should have him on next week to talk about this. But that was very adeptly handled press. Andrew Tennant is the executive producer of e sixty back every Sunday morning on ESPN ESPN one at nine eastern time. Any thank you for keeping me on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you. Jeremy was was in any way, this better than a Harvard Cornell hockey game, I play obviously, I just watched those games those laws reaction Cornell beats Harvard on the ice. So let's say that we work for some Harvard. Guys. Don't we?.

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"andy tennant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"O'clock eastern time hosted by yours truly in that that guy Bob Lee, who's taken a long vacation. He calls it a sabbatical. It's really vacation. He says he's coming back in April. I I'm not holding my breath. We welcome to the show. Now. It's always interesting when you get to interview your boss, the executive producer of e sixty a man who's won about forty seven national sports EMMY awards, but who's counting my good friend. Andrew Tennant, Andy. How are you? Hello. Jeremy I'm holding my breath speak into the microphone. Okay. I know. This is what you normally do. But why why don't we speak into the microphone that's season for the producers? Okay. I know you're a visual guy. It's a visual medium television, east sixties about production values, but this is audio e sixties back this past week in the season premiere. We had a story about parkland about Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida, and it's football team trying to cope in the aftermath of the horrific school shooting that took place a year ago this week on February fourteen twenty eighteen. That was a story that in many ways is emblematic of what sixty is done. Sure. It's a story. That's sports. But it's also not a story about sports. It's also a story that required a full year's worth of reporting and producing from Martin quota bashing in particular, I was the reporter. But most of the work is as is. Usually the case you'd be the first to say that is done by the producer. Obviously there was an anniversary this week. But why did why did you sixty choose to tell this story about parkland? I think for us it's about yes, we work for a sports network. Yes, we're a sports show. But our responsibility is to go out there and find stories that are compelling and are just about life where there's a lesson to be learned where there's, you know, something that provides the next chapter two story. You know, I think at a certain point the coverage of the parkland stoneman Douglas mass shooting ended. And you know, so people moved on cameras went away the store any there were still coverage, obviously because many students have been have been politically active since then, but. On the ground in parkland, yet when the cameras go away a lot of coverage goes, you know, they weren't in the headlines anymore and for us. It was about telling the longer story. You know, what is the next chapter? And you know, what was the sports angle for us. And you know, here's a football coach, you know, who who gave his life to try and save children. Here's another football. Coach who on one day in an instant lost his assistant coach also losses boss, the athletic director who were both killed in the mass shooting. And you know, we wanted to know we wanted to sort of tell the story of of those relationships, but we also wanted to tell the story of of of strength, a story of courage, a story of how do you move on? You know, how do you take these kids and and push forward in the aftermath of of something as horrific as that. We're speaking with Andy Tennant, the executive producer of e sixty wh. Which returned on Sunday to ESPN one at nine o'clock eastern time for its twelfth season. And as I said earlier, the show has evolved from twelve to fifteen shows year, you could find them in prime time. We never knew exactly when they were going to be on when the season was going to take place was going to be during football season not during football season. Now, we have regular schedule as we have had for the last couple of years. We're on every Sunday morning on ESPN one. When football is not being played. And we're on ESPN two every Sunday morning when football is being played. Now, we're in the heart of it since the Super Bowl two weeks ago. How did the move from time to Sunday morning change the way, you think about what the show should be? That's a great question. I mean, I think for us. It was really always about having a consistent time slot. You know, I think when we were in primetime and often following sportscenter. You know, we were we were leading shows with our our signature profiles of the biggest athletes in sports, you know, bringing our fans up close and personal to these big stars in a way that you know, they they weren't being brought by our traditional studio shows. So, and that's really how we differentiate ourselves from the rest of ESPN and also from most of the sports shows that are out there. When we moved the Sunday mornings. It was like we finally had the answer to the age old question for us is I love the show. I just have no idea when it's on. And so the fact that we're on in some capacity, whether it's ESPN one or ESPN two on a Sunday morning at nine o'clock. You know, it's just for us. It's a great way for people to wake up and to be told a great story that's going to set the tone for the rest of their day or for the rest of their week. And I think we really wanted to focus on you know, who is the audience on a Sunday morning versus who is the audience and prime time during the week. And you know, what are the metrics telling us what who are the demos out there? And I don't want to dive too deep into that. It did it did force us to rethink the show a lot about you know, what was going on on Sundays. What's going on that we can set the tone for the week? Also, you know, what just provides great content that complements sportscenter which is on both before. And after us on Sundays speaking with Andy Tennant, executive producer v sixty and I got to say, you know, we go back a long way we worked on pieces as reporter and producer twenty years ago. And if you did I'm not going to get into any specifics that might be embarrassing to you. And you made some bad decisions about had a little camera time, you gave me some things never change. But we considered ourselves lucky back. Then if we got seven minutes for a piece that was long and TV germs and somehow counter intuitively, the conventional wisdom being that the attention span of the audience gets smaller and smaller over time and digital distractions. You know, have made it harder to keep people's attention. All that are are stories. Now, we do twenty. Minute stories all the time. We do half hour shows on single topics all the time hours pretty frequently as well. There was a time. When people said that's too long for TV how did that philosophy evolve? Where there's almost no limit to the time allotted to a story. Listen, I I've said this before I think thirty for thirty was the game changer. In fact, you know, you asked how you know, it was the most significant change between primetime Sunday morning. You know, and a lot of it is the length of the pieces. You know, we we just we'd go more in depth. We dive deeper into these stories and into these characters because we're on every week because we're on every week. But also, I think look when when the show was, you know, the idea for the show was originally being developed, you know, a lot of executives here, we're saying, you know, more story shorter stories, you know, look within that our to get like six or seven stories at like six to eight minutes because of the attention span that you were speaking of and then thirty for thirty we figured out. It's really just the executives attention because. That's right. But then, you know, thirty for thirty came along, and they were telling stories longer than anybody else at ESPN and the response was overwhelming. And we started to look at ourselves as storytellers and say, you know, maybe we don't have this. Right. Maybe maybe shorter isn't better maybe longer is better. And so we spent a lot of time being rethinking things considering the the success that our colleagues there had, and you know, and I think it's really been a game changer. It's has such such a significant impact not only on how we tell stories, but on how you know, everyone tells stories across the board sports, we're speaking with Andy Tan, executive producer of e sixty which is on of course, every Sunday morning at nine eastern time on ESPN. It's twelfth season. Just underway. There's a lot coming up this year. There's lot coming up this season. But but more important than just promoting the show, which is kind of the concede here. I want to ask you, there's some talented people in the show. There's some great reporters. Great producers, who's the best reporter on the show a bubbly. Bob doesn't report. He had to take a sabbatical you needed to reflect not he's not a professor he needed to take six months. Hosts he's a very capable now did very briefly. But it's I keep telling him, it's not a sabbatical. If you're not a professor, it's vacation, well, considering he's now giving the commencement speech. At Seton Hall in in may, I mean, I think there is an honorary degree that goes along with says, he's not showing up if they're not giving him some kind of degree. We should have him on next week to talk about this. But that was very adeptly handled. I'm impressed. Andrew ten is the executive producer of e sixty back every Sunday morning on ESPN ESPN one at nine eastern time. Any thank you for keeping me on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you. Jeremy was was in any way, this better than a Harvard Cornell hockey game, I play obviously, I just watch those games those laws. Reaction's Cornell beats Harvard on the ice. So let's say that we work for some Harvard guys only..

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"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"O'clock eastern time hosted by yours truly in that that guy Bob Lee, who's taken a long vacation. He calls it a sabbatical. It's really vacation. He says he's coming back in April. I I'm not holding my breath. We welcome to the show. Now. It's always interesting when you get to interview your boss, the executive producer of e sixty a man who's won about forty seven national sports EMMY awards, but who's counting my good friend. Andrew Tennant, Andy. How are you? Jeremy? I'm holding my breath speak into the microphone. Okay. I know. This is what you normally do. But why why are we speaking of microphones? Let's make this easy for the producers. Okay. I know. I know you're a visual guy. It's a visual medium television, east sixties about production values, but this is audio e sixties back this past week in the season premiere story about parkland about Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida, and it's football team trying to cope in the aftermath of the horrific school shooting that took place a year ago this week on February fourteenth two thousand eighteen that was a story that in many ways is emblematic of what e- sixties done. Sure. It's a story about sports. But it's also not a story about sports. It's also a story that required a full year's worth of reporting and producing from Martin bashing in particular, I was the reporter. But most of the work is as is. Usually the case you'd be the first to say that is done by the producer. Obviously there was an anniversary this week. But why did why did you sixty choose to tell this story about parkland? I think for us. It's about yes. We work for a sports network. Yes. We're a sports show. But our responsibility is to go out there and find stories that are compelling and are just about life where there's a lesson to be learned where there's something that provides the the next chapter two story. You know, I think at a certain point the coverage of the parkland stoneman Douglas mass shooting ended, and so people moved on the cameras went away the store there were still coverage, obviously because many students have been have been politically active since then, but on the ground in parkland when the cameras go away a lot of coverage goes there, they weren't in the headlines anymore, and you know, for us it was about, you know, telling the longer story, what is the next chapter, and what was the sports angle for us. And you know, here's a football coach, you know, who who gave his life to try. And save children. Here's another football coach who on one day in an instant lost is assistant coach also lost his boss. The director were both killed in the mass shooting. And you know, we wanted to know we wanted to sort of tell the story of of of those relationships, but we also wanted to tell the story of of of strength story of courage story of how do you move on? You know, how do you take these kids and and push forward in the aftermath of of something as horrific as that. We're speaking with Andy Tennant, the executive producer e sixty which returned on Sunday to ESPN one at nine o'clock eastern time where it's twelve season. And as I said earlier, the show has evolved from twelve to fifteen shows year, you could find them in prime time. We never knew exactly when they were going to be on when the season was going to take place was going to be during football seat not during football season. Now, we have regular schedule. We have had for the last couple of years. We're on every Sunday morning on ESPN one. When football is not being played in. We're on ESPN two every Sunday morning when football is being played. Now, we're in the heart of it since the Super Bowl two weeks ago. How did the move from prime time to Sunday morning change the way, you think about what the show should be. That's a great question. I mean, I think for us. It was really all of these about having a consistent time slot. You know, I think when we were in primetime and often following sportscenter. We were we were leading shows with our our signature profiles of the biggest athletes in sports, bringing our fans up close and personal to these big stars in a way that you know, they they were being brought by our traditional studio shows. So, and that's really how we differentiate ourselves from the rest of ESPN. And also, you know from most of the sports shows that are out there. When we moved to Sunday mornings. It was like we finally had the answer to the age old question for us is I love the show. I just have no idea when it's on. And so the fact that we're on in some capacity, whether it's ESPN one or SPN to on a Sunday morning at nine o'clock. You know, it's just for us. It's a great way for people to wake up and to be told a great story that's going to set the tone for the rest of their day or for the rest of their week. And I think we really wanted to focus on you know, who is the audience on a Sunday morning versus who is the audience and a prime time during the week. And you know, what are the metrics telling us what who are the demos out there? And I don't want to dive too deep into that. Did it did force us to rethink the show a lot about you know, what was going on on Sundays? What's going on that we can set the tone for the week? Also, you know, what just provides great content that complements sportscenter which is on both before. And after us on Sundays speaking with Andy tendency, executive producer v sixty and I got to say we go back a long way we worked on pieces as reporter and producer twenty years ago. And if you did I'm not going to get into any specifics. The might be embarrassing to you, and you made some bad decisions about how little camera time. You gave me some things never change. But. You know, we considered ourselves lucky back. Then if we got seven minutes for peace that was long in TV germs. And somehow counter intuitively, the conventional wisdom being that the attention span of the audience gets smaller and smaller over time and digital distractions. You know, have made it harder to keep people's attention. All that are stories. Now, we do twenty minutes stories all the time we do half hour shows single topics all the time hours pretty frequently as well. There was a time. When people said that's too long for TV how did that philosophy evolved? Where there's almost no limit to the time allotted to a story. Listen, I I've said this before I think thirty for thirty was the game changer. In fact, you asked how what was the most significant change between prime time and Sunday morning and a lot of it is the length of the pieces. We just we go more in depth. We dive deeper into these stories and into these characters we're on every week because we're on every week. But also, I think look when when the show was, you know, the idea for the show was originally being developed, you know, a lot of executives here were were saying, you know, more story shorter stories, you know, look within that hour to get like six or seven stories at like six to eight minutes because of the attention span that you were speaking of and then thirty for thirty we figured out. It's really just the executives attention. But then, you know, thirty for thirty came along, and they were telling stories longer than anybody else at ESPN and the response was overwhelming. And and we started to look at ourselves as storytellers and say, you know, maybe we don't have this, right? Maybe maybe shorter is better maybe longer is better. And so we really spent a lot of time being rethinking things considering the the success that our colleagues there had and and. And I think it's really been a game changer. It's has such such a significant impact not only on how we tell stories, but on how you know, everyone tells stories across the board sports speaking with Andy Tennant, executive producer of e sixty which is on of course, every Sunday morning at nine eastern time on ESPN. It's twelfth season. Just underway. There's a lot coming up this year. There's lot coming up this season. But more important than just promoting the show, which is kind of the concede here. I would ask you. There's some towns people on the show. There's some great reporters producers who's the best reporter on the show a bodily. Bob doesn't report is a cold. Why he had to take a sabbatical you needed to reflect not he's not a professor you needed to take months. He's a very capable did, very briefly. But it's I keep telling him, it's not a sabbatical. If you're not a professor, it's a vacation, well, considering he's now giving the commencement speech. At Seton Hall in in may, I mean, I think there is an honorary degree that goes along with says there is he's not shown up giving him some degree. We should have him on next week to talk about this. But that was very adeptly handled many press. Andrew, Shannon is the executive producer of e sixty back every Sunday morning on ESPN ESPN one nine. Eastern time. Any thank you for keeping me on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you. Jeremy was was in any way, this better than a Harvard Cornell hockey game, I play obviously, I just watch those games reaction's going Cornell beats Harvard on the ice. So let's say that we worked for some hardware guys. Don't.

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"andy tennant" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"andy tennant" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Jamison Ingley actually didn't talk for two years after he cut that very upset. He shows up. So we're in, we're in Beijing. Fat comes and it rolls into town. He rolls in and it's like, hey, what's up? And he's like, you know, I went searching for enlightenment and I just felt an endless void. Let's with me. Like that. Isn't that like. She says that she's like, he's like, what's up with you? And she's like, works. Those studio. And then she's like, you're the best came just power through it and don't really care not anymore house. The Lightman thing I'm feel surrounded by endless sorrow right? Is that is that enlightenment? I don't think so. It's like he reached the end of the road and realized that his feelings for her with the only thing that matters is life. He's so he's like Clint Eastwood. Right? Like he's like the greatest warrior ever. He's been up to all kinds of shit. This is based on the fourth book and a five book series. Yeah. So there's been like three books which is like Lima by kicks. Some magic bears asks or whatever, right? Like there's been three books just adventures. It's great that by picking a later book, they like end up prescribing to the like, get in late, get out early theory of dramatic storytelling. You don't need to see all the other shit. This guy just comes with baggage, challen fat, and you believe it's also like they don't explain any imagine page word book and like pretty much what James shame and the other writers took out of it was like their Chinese and they fight. Just the basic dynamics, right? Trying to set magic flying power. That's an interesting point here because it's like, okay, huge Hong Kong action, star. He and John. We were one of those pairs where like their movies were crossover success, and they were like, let's get those guys to the states and John who's making big American movies at this point to varying degrees of success. Aero the biggest American movie, right? The number one biggest American film expensively ever made right now. He's about he makes mission puzzle to this year. So he's sort of at the height of his Eric. So he'd gone broken arrow face off, right? So he was on the right trajectory that wasn't totally working in the states. You forgot hard target. Oh yes. I did forget hard time convened damn then broken arrow than face off, but he's moving to a straight upwards trajectory. Right? He's bigger. The movies are doing better and not only that, but his aesthetic is actually well known to western audiences right people know about the fucking doves and two handguns. Jackie Brown has a whole monologue about the killer thriller funny saying it's one of those things like Rucker, how're, and Paul Verhoeven where were like, let's get both these guys over here. And John was like, Salan and fat was doing like the replacement killers the corrupter right? And I feel like everyone knew his name because he was one of those guys who overnight was like above the title and a bunch of action movies, and his name was fat. So people thought it was funny, Chilean fat. No, he'd be. I will see you got the corrupter which is the James Foley Chaldean fat. Mark Wahlberg ninety nine joint, right? There's their placement killers, which is I've seen them a lot of Anton Fuqua. Yeah, movies kinda rolls, Jergen proxy. Yeah, it's just fun broker roofers in it, and then he was an and the king last year, right? Which is a little more of a prestige play right? Directed by Andy Tennant director of hitch. Yeah, director ever after that was his ever Alabama. Yeah, you're right. Yeah. So you know that had been next minute. Here's the ten after this. He doesn't make a movie for three years when he does it to bulletproof monk, which is one of the top five worst movies ever made. My point is it's just weird that he was just like, forget it. He was such a big overseas and his movies did cross over here to the states that he just like, landed as like, Chaldean fat is an American leading man. Everyone pay attention. He's going to be your next great Hollywood movie star. And he was like, sold that way. And in the three movies didn't really connect. But he had that kind of like name recognition, but sight unseen. You watch the first ten minutes of crouching tiger and you get you get it up and you're like, okay, fucking get..

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