20 Burst results for "Archie Manning"
"archie manning" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"It kept his money fantastic. That would be great. Where that? Where that? 'cause it is nowhere that I can see. Nowhere whatsoever. I bet they'd be pulling his ass over all the time in his nice car. Oh, you. Oh, you rich, huh? Okay. I don't know. And I'm with you. I want to be delicate around this because I want to make sure everyone knows that even though I'm laughing, it's from a place of familiarity and love. And it's from a unique place. That's not the dads that you used to seeing. I didn't grow up with money. But that's not even my dad. Uncles that we only got to see on holidays because my mom didn't want us to have too much of that influence. It is clear to me and just those couple seconds that he is intimately familiar with the element. And I love it. You know what? It looked like not just the element. Let me tell you who else he is familiar with. Musical artists like the Otis Ely, are you familiar with the oldest Ely? Was my man with the candy lick a song? Bobby was a Marvin sassano. Dave is. He looked like he know that liquor house music. Lick a house music is a very particular strain of the R&B soul genre, right? His pops look like he know about all of that right there. Every single bit of it. I love it, man. It makes me so happy. We haven't seen much of Jalen hurts father, which appreciate and respect, but I've seen pictures of him and. It is a version of both of them, I would say, is like, it ain't Archie Manning. That's all, man. And I love it. Jalen hurts daddy's name is a very od. I know. Or I don't know, I don't know a lot of people. I've seen it. I've never said it out loud, but I've read it a number of times. Avi O it is daddy a football coach. Tune in to game theory, Friday night, 11 o'clock, HBO HBO Max. I got a little discussion on some of these things. But now with pat my whole daddy came out there. He looked like he played and I turned a tribute band. Right. A couple more gigs. And he could save up for the full tourniquet and he can get Jim veneers. It was like the way he, the way he looked, and then also the voice, man. That voice, man. That voice. I close my eyes and it took me back, man. It's just like, sound like he worked at a mechanic. Vulcan on that Joe burrow.
"archie manning" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Okay. This just in. There you have it. Jim Nancy in 14 years will. That'll be it. Thank you. Thanks. Oh, by the way, big news. Yeah, we did. We have a gymnas game that Pauly wants to play. Pauly. So just the question. Jim, we don't know exactly where you grew up. We did a little bit of research. I know you lived in many different places. But we're going to guess who was your favorite athlete when you were like ten, 11, 12 years old. I'm going to go first, I'm going to say, well, wait, he grew up in Virginia, New Orleans, New Jersey. Jersey. Is that correct? North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina born. Yes, you're right. New Orleans, Moroccan California, cold snack, New Jersey. We moved around my dad kept getting moved up the corporate chain. So we saw a lot of different parts. Okay, Jim nantz's first favorite athlete. Paula you go first. I feel good about this. I'm gonna go Pete maravich. Hey. Oh, that's a big one. He was playing at LSU when I was in New Orleans. He's up there high. Cheating. I had the exact same thought pistol piece. Get out. I'm looking at him right now to make sure that the time frame matched up. I swear. Okay. Brittany? I know Houston didn't come until later, so this is going to be a far field, but I'm going to go Earl Campbell. Yeah, that's too late. I love her. Mark? I'm going to go with then known as luau cinder. Oh. I'm going to go with Archie Manning. Wow.
"archie manning" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"It's so funny that like when the arch maned thing came down, he went to Texas. People were like, yo, I can't wait to hear nobody talk about it. And I was like, I don't really know what exactly you want me to say about this. I don't know nothing about this boy. All I know is who he can to. But I have this question for you. Do you ever think that Archie Manning is embarrassed that his sons were so slow? Like as much as we talk about like the mannings as this, the family of quarterbacks and everything, was so wild is neither Peyton nor Eli plate anything like their daddy, which must tell us that he firmly believes yeah bad play to the pockets will keep you safe. I was running around, I was ready around and now look at my fingers. Oh, this was about to say, I was like, you know, it might have been a matter of survival. Eli and Peyton probably never had to survive quite like Archie head two from O miss to New Orleans. But the boys are slow. They play nothing like they're dead. Nothing at all. Not at all. I mean, and that's the thing, again, I don't know anything about arch Manning. I am a sicko. I will watch a high school football game on TV or I'll even go drive two hours one. You know, if it's close enough. I don't know anything about how good he is, but is that kind of quarterback? Is that kind of style of football still? So, I was reading about him, right? I think I saw some in the athletic that I thought was very interesting. And they said, the concern about him is that he doesn't really play well on the run, which is what brought me to this line of this logic that I got, you know, how we got to where we are in this because yeah, man, if you were listening? Well, you gonna be playing in the SEC? If getting it done on the move ain't your bag, then oh. Oh, my God. He's playing in the SEC with a program that doesn't have SEC talent yet. Like you playing against Georgia and Bama and LSU's defenses, too, right? Yeah. You don't have the lime and you don't necessarily have the real players under a microscope unlike any we will have seen, 'cause hey man, we remember the Chris Simms time at Texas, which in looking back on to Chris was a better player than we probably gave him credit for, though, ultimately for what they needed probably not good enough and that would be a fair point to make. Not coach well enough, which wasn't his fault, but ultimately, and for those who don't remember this, Chris Simms, you know, his Phil Simms, he was from, I think rahway New Jersey came in class in 99. It was Mack brown's first big class. They got the number one player in America on offense and the number one player in America on defense, right? Like it's the class that begins to change everything. And he had this couldn't quite beat out major apple white situation and then Mac brown made the boldest move in his career and what he should have done. We got to seal it on the little guy.
"archie manning" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Go for your ex-wife? Oh yeah. But you are who you are though, I'm like, that is because of that experience. I say that to me. And I totally disagree. I did not need her to get to where I am. What if Liza Minnelli severed you from her memory? Oh, no. Would that be a problem? If anybody ever severed you from their memories, you would not be able to handle that. You don't take the risk with you checking in with Westwood one. That's true. Honestly, you don't be busy. You could be having a bad day. They aren't personal slaves. For the last few weeks. Last week it was all friendly island. Jason had no problem checking him. I told you the front of the guy's back. You would not be able to handle it if somebody wanted to excise you out. I've had people excise me out. Okay. I've had it. Yeah. I mean, we all have. Let's be honest. I mean, there was a place I worked that for a minute that excised me out for a couple of years. Okay. I'm back. They like me again. Okay. Hey guys, a place across the thoroughfare tried to X me. More than one occasion. I'm still here. The roach from apocalypse. Okay. Wow. All right. You don't know that. Let's go to a Lonnie in Los Angeles. What's up, Lonnie? Lonnie and how are you doing? What's going on? Things that make you go. I have a vote for Archie Manning as the greatest quarterback in NFL history. That is? He has the most powerful DNA no one else can produce quarterbacks like him and I have a prediction for you. Our communities will be the greatest of all of them..
"archie manning" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"They played in the state championship, Richard was a tremendous small fool and had a vertical leap of some Forti two inches and they played against practice against Parker high school and Woodland coach would take them because of the integration problem. It couldn't be done publicly. And so I rode on the buses where we had to sit in the back and to this day guide bless me with the Korean medicine for over 50 years and as my wife called it that took sabbatical at one point and went off to cemetery school as Donna called in my wife and so but I combined the three professions of medicine law and relieves and to serve God's children and just a remarkable story by that young man. That is an incredible thank you very much. It was such a serious moving story. I'll refrain from the joke that so obvious here about a preacher doctor and a lawyer, I mean, can you figure out there's so many circles in that that are interesting. That's a lot of school to go to, isn't it? I mean, I do know you run into every once in a while, someone who has a medical degree, and they don't like it, and they would perhaps go to choose a different course, a law school, a lawyer. But I've never heard of one that does, I guess after maybe, after medicine, you have guilt, you go into law and you screw over so many people that you need to become a minister to absolve you of your sins. Okay, we got to the end of that joke. And we'll take a short break back with more after this. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. So let's check in with Mark. Hey, Paul. Hi there. Hey, happy father today. Thank you very much. I was thinking about something and just as an example, I'm going to say arch Manning, okay? Just as an example. Okay. Arch Manning's a high school superstar, correct? Best player in the country. Right. What if arch Manning as a high school star opens a arch Manning store in sales arch Manning t-shirts, blah, blah, blah, okay? And then opens a arch Manning restaurant that is very successful. Okay. Now, arch Manning goes to college at wherever he chooses to go. Now, how would that work with the NRL and would that have been legal before the NIL? He goes to college and he owns a store and a restaurant. That draws him profit. Well, it would not have been legal. But you see what I'm saying? It would be leaked but it wouldn't be legal in college. Before NIL, well, I don't think I don't think it would have been. I don't think he would have been able to profit, but I think he could now. Right. Okay, but not bad. Right. There was a bump. Okay. But his parents are very wealthy. And his family, they could have set that up as a business. They could have. And put it in a starch Manning store in the arch Manning restaurant, just like Archie Manning has a restaurant in New Orleans. I knew he did. I've been to it a couple of times, but I don't know, I guess it's still there. I'll ask Scott, but auggie. It's a good question, Mark. My best guess or wouldn't have been legal, it would be now. Thank you very, very much. Let's talk to Carol, who is in Georgia. Hey Carol. Hey there, Paul. How are you? We are well. Thank you. Thank you for having me taking my call. I'm calling for moral and Georgia from the lowest bizarre music. Sure. And you're talking about Lewis earlier, but I'm calling to be part of your book club meeting here. The museum has undertaken a legacy project for the next two years to intensely collect interviewed memories, textures, memorabilia, doubt Lewis. We have a lot. We've been given a lot. And we are publishing our first release from that project. It's called our Lewis stories from home at stores from his family and friends in his hometown of morland in the general area. It will come out in December and the proceeds go to the museum that we wanted to let you know about that. And invite people to look for it coming soon. Well, thank you. I would be very eager to learn more about that. Thanks for sharing that. Did you hear the Shelton calling her earlier Lewis friend? I have heard a little bit of that before, but I've just so engaged in that. I really, we've had an opportunity to get some interviews with his family and friends. Some of the things are really colorful and deserve to be put in a collection of stories that can really be told. Some of it's not general public talked about. General admission type material is yeah. A little bit. But somehow we forgive him for that if forgiveness is native because he's such a fun, somebody who loves life. And live life very hard. We also wanted to invite you to play in our lowest grizzard invitational softball game if you have time later this year. It will be in the fall in October and I know that's a busy time for you. So we would love to, if you're interested, have our people talk to your people. Yeah, well, definitely let me know when it is. And it would entirely depend on when, but it's not impossible to get the moral in Georgia. Well, we will make arrangements to get you there and show you the best time in Kelly to county. And.
"archie manning" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"There's Archie Manning and Olivia Manning in the Manning family and they're all looking at the leafs going, yeah, these guys aren't ready for prime time. They're not ready for prime time. And finally, my brother, Jeff, and my cousin Matt saunter up the steps of the bus and walk under the bus and they don't say what's going on. I give him the daggers. Of older brother, about to be trapped into the NFL Draft. I'm waiting on you. What are you doing? And they sit down, you know, sheepishly all this. Well, turns out that they had found somebody who had a line on fake IDs. Oh jeez. So they had went. To get themselves, they're about to head to college, right? I remember my freshman year, one of my quarterbacks who was a senior gave me his ID that I used when we went to the Alamo bowl, you know? That's the way that's the way it went. Well, they were looking for fake IDs on the day that they're elder cousin and brother was about to be drafted into the NFL. Anyway, they whisk us off to the Radio City Music Hall, right? And we go down and sit in the green room and my agent Lee Steinberg tells me to be aware. Once the Indianapolis Colts draft Peyton Manning, the San Diego Chargers are going to take the full 15 minutes. Doesn't mean they're contemplating whether or not they should draft you. This is an opportunity on the biggest branding opportunity on TV at the time. To have the San Diego Chargers at the forefront for 15 minutes. Okay? So once I knew that and once I knew that they were going to take up the whole time and it didn't matter, this was a foregone conclusion. I could rest easy. I sat back there when the Indianapolis announced that Peyton was the number one overall pick. I applauded and I was happy that that was the direction we were going. I always looked at it as draft picks one a and one B I thought we were the equivalent. We were the same. We would ultimately sign about the same type of contracts. He would get about $250,000 more in signing bonus money. That's about it. So it was really the equivalence, the way that at least Steinberg had negotiated the contract that these were straight up straight up and down the line. They announced my name. As I talked about earlier, I hugged my mom. I hugged my dad and my family in the room there. At least iberg and then I walked to the stage and now I've been informed by my wonderful colleagues here that a respectful professional handshake to Paul tagliabue with a little hand on the shoulder. Thank you, sir. Very professional. Enjoy your three year lease. Thank you for coming by. Alex spano steps up. They have the 16 Jersey for me, could throw the hat on. My whole family in the audience had those foam charger lightning lightning bolts. Absolutely. They got those foam ones. They're screaming and yelling. And you can see if you watch the audio while Alex is given me mister spanos has given me the Jersey. He kind of leans in as kind of points up and he's like, is that your family? And you can hear me say, yeah, that's my crazy family. Even those charger jerseys around. And I think Mike, you have some audio. I actually have got it. There we go. Here we go. Of what it sounded like. Let's go to the commissioner. With the second choice in the draft,.
"archie manning" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Louis. So hello, David. Hello Paul, thanks for taking my call. Thank you. I appreciate your show and been listening for years. I called in before and told you I started reading for Alabama when gene stalling is left the Saint Louis Cardinals and up in Tuscaloosa and I was talking to someone before the SEC championship game. They asked what I thought Alabama's chances were and I told them what depends on what team shows up. If the offense and the defense decide to play 60 minutes, I don't think there's a team that can beat Alabama the problem is in this year you don't have consistency. And so I was wondering, get your thought first and the question was, what's your thought on Alabama's biggest challenge facing Cincinnati because I don't I'm not part of the campus things it's going to be a pushover. And my second question is when you get to this time of year and you count your blessings you and your show are on the my list and I appreciate everything you've done over the course of the years and it's always a pleasure listening to you. So my second question is, it's almost become a holiday tradition, is you're sitting with archbishop Marino and I hope I didn't miss him. No, you have not. And I talked to the archbishop the other day, and we are trying to find the best time to do it. We normally do it, although we didn't last year before Christmas, unfortunately we were leaving earlier than we just felt like there was too much distance and this week is a little bit confusing because of the game and we're going to be out there. So we will have it on at some point very soon. In fact, Mark kibi was consulting with archbishop Marino. We just ought to call him right now. He's considering how many calls we've had about him already. But I would agree with you that is one of the moments of the year. We've had it often very close to Christmas, the schedule did not work this year, but we will have him on before he heads back to the Vatican as far as the Alabama's Cincinnati game. I'll repeat what a lot of the experts have said, we know Cincinnati strains. I think if you're a fan of Alabama, you have to be a little concerned about a couple of things. Being out, you also have a very thin running back room and you hope the same offensive line that showed up against Georgia shows up against Cincinnati. Thank you for the call. Do appreciate it. Mary is up next. Hello, Mary. Hey, Paul. Hope you had a Merry Christmas. We did. Thank you so much. We missed we missed you last week. I was going to respond to Daryl. It's been so long ago almost forgot when I was going to stay, but mainly I just don't understand what you said earlier about his obsession with Alabama. I would say that we seem to do better when we're not expected to win. So I think as coach Saban has talked about the rat poison, I just, I'm very concerned about this team. They haven't had to be because I don't mean to say we don't care what Nick Saban says. But no matter how many times you try to convince your team, they're not, they know what they know. And they know it's a line is, and they know what the perception is. And I still think if Alabama was Alabama was playing Michigan, I wouldn't be the least be concerned about the game. Because you know that Michigan is a name that we get their attention. But Cincinnati is a little bit of an outlier. And I think that has to be a concern. It is. And I know as a fan, we want to see the Alabama team that played Georgia show up. This Friday. So, but I can remember not too long ago when we played Clinton and my goodness. Alabama didn't show up at all. So very badly. Mary, thank you. That remains one of the most mysterious games I've ever been to for Alabama. And the other one was Ohio State in 2014. I'll never forget being in the quarter, maybe it wasn't a quarter. But anyway, we were doing our show outside. It was Archie Manning's restaurant, which was not in the quarter. But regardless, we were sitting there talking to Ohio State fans that night. Alabama was a significant favorite. And we couldn't find any Alabama fans. And finally, we found a couple and I asked one or two, I said, where is everybody? And he said, I remember that was the first year of the playoff. And this group of fans told us that most of Alabama fans that they knew had skipped the game in New Orleans to save money and were going to Dallas for the national championship, of course, Alabama never got there. So that was the thing about that. Is almost inconceivable, but remember that Ohio State team had lost a second game of the season of Virginia tech. They were down to the third string quarterback. It didn't seem likely. It didn't seem possible. Neither did the Clemson game was a closer match up three years ago. But the fact that Alabama just got steamrolled was mysterious. I mean, the other lost to Clemson was understandable. It happened on the final play of the game and Deshawn Watson was a quarterback and they were the two best teams in the country. We will head to the break. Lot to do before we were not even close to saying goodnight. We'll be here for a couple more hours. More of your phone calls right after this. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Some love him. He's a football God. And some hate him. You Tom Brady, can I say that? But no matter how you feel, you know his name. Tom Brady. Tom Brady pop up Brady. But what can we learn from Tom's career about the world and about ourselves? From religion of sports and ESPN+, this is man in the arena. 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"archie manning" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"I'm nothing like as good as so. I'm alone with you. I know not as There is an espn sportscenter commercial. That involves the manning brothers and their dad archie former. Nfl player being given a tour of the sportscenter studios and basically it's archie and his wife at the front and then behind them are peyton and eli manning and peyton is giving eli willies and trying to step on give his brother like step on the back of his feet whenever he's walking flat tire. They're like kind of beating inch other. The data has to turn around and tell them stop so i always appreciated that fact for the kind of understood that he was the little brother in the relationship because publicly willing to kind of just go along with it. I think that's tough too. I think that that generational aspect of like you like archie manning when your father's also famous and your father is a quote hall of fame. I think he's a hall of fame quarterback. I don't know for sure. Maybe maybe not very good hall of maybe famous. Don't know but still you have to live up. you know. I think that a lot with with professional athletes a lotta times. The father begets the sun and then suddenly they have to live up to their father's image. And then what happens. If like what's the i mean. Everything their father was famous but the the ball family when like all of a sudden like there's like a bunch of kids. They're trying to do it at the same time and live up to some ideal with archie. Manning is being like this. You know constant force in nfl whole gigantic. There's you jurassic praying mantis. Body will pray mattis's pro or con. Am i in the hot seat okay. Printing man's is really cool. Bug are gonna put him in the crossfire for the praying mantis near the michael to god this spring mantis praying mantis. Okay okay so yes. But i think that there is you know when you have to live up to your father and then you have to live up to your older brother and both of them are very good and very famous and very much expected to and then you have to come in and do the same and you do pretty good too. Yeah you now. Now there's another manning coming up. Which is lee cooper there. There are other brother who had some sort of heart condition or something so he could play football at hunter college His kid arch is like the number one rated quarterback prospect for in two thousand twenty three Interesting so it's the it it continues. Who who next minus lewis. My third choice is roy. O disney the author of disney. He is not. He's even not as famous as his son. Roy e who went on to become the face of walt disney company for a number of years after a wall ask death. Disney is walt's brother they founded disney walt disney studios to disney studios together. He basically was the effective. Ceo from like one thousand nine hundred eighty nine until the mid sixties and was like as. Walt was the face and the creative one and inspiration. What he was the guy that was just like he's doing all the financial stuff and doing all the behind the scenes stuff and making sure this company keeps going makes money all the stuff while his brothers literally like the face of a company you know while his brother will wilt south there with a statue inside disneyland with the both of their names on it. The name of the place..
"archie manning" Discussed on Mo Egger
"Well no Who else i meet. The one i wanted to meet was steve. Atwater was up their favorite. But i never got a chance to to meet him Who else did i get to get to meet Trying to think you know. Obviously i've met archie manning on gonna talk with him a little bit Didn't get to meet charles woodson. Where love the done that. He was absolutely under one. What did you wanna put your arm around cooper manning and say look man. It's you know. sorry. I'm sure he. He's been there done that about his whole plight. Now i guess his son is one of the top recruits unconscious. Maybe he gets the last laughter out of all this but you know but he. He's a great guy. Great guy and it was cool just to see him be around all those those great players and players that love the game and are good people I it was really. Let me run through a couple of bengals things with you. How concerned should a fan be when the guy who they take in the first round of wide receiver can't carrying out of the football in preseason games in in practice or think about this. It dimaggio's thinking today even more concerning the for the number one number two and number three picks of this year's team are all there's bad connotation around right. Joe marchese dropping. The ball jackson carmen looks like he's out of shape and told he was out of shape by by duke tobin and then our third round pick who has looked like he was gonna be great is now on the shell for the season so it was like here we go i. Boom boom boom. I three picks his life is a bengals exactly. It is a concern and it would. It wouldn't be a concern so much i mean. Ever since he's been here from ta practices through camp through padded non padded practices and then in the games he he's had some drops so i don't imagine that it's going to be something long term. I was told the other day. I guess jerry rice his rookie year. He had a problem with drops. And there are loans. Yeah exactly saying the same thing. So i don't think long term is going to be a thing but right now it it's a thing it it's you know you want your first round. Pick to come out there and make plays as he was drafted number five overall to do that I think you're seeing the effects of not playing in a year right. I think that's an now. It's just a mental thing that's unique to each individual how they overcome when they overcome mental blocks called the yips call. Whatever you want. Whatever you wanna do But as it concerned can you. Can you imagine making the adjustment to professional football. The size the speed the pace everything is different. But you do that without having played for a year..
"archie manning" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"We'll need from houston texas is joining us. The second hour goldman junior was gerard. All right take it away. Tom all right. So this song is rod stewart and the faces came at nine thousand nine hundred seventy one. And i'm trying to put it in canada wills. We'll have a little bit there so we'll go me. Is my older cousin. He's always been older than me and I've known him all my life and He grew up in In jackson mississippi went to ole miss and did some interesting things. spent some time in carthage mississippi at my grandmother's house. And that's when we would typically cross paths and We'll Developed a skill for tennis which Put him on. The ole miss tennis team. Where he did quite well and so let me ask you something that you go to ole miss and sixty nine at the fall of sixty nine. It was the fall of nineteen. Seventy set ninety-seven archie. Manny was senior That's my next question. Was going to be so archie manning for those younger folks who he was quite a lot of people. you'd be amazed and what they know and they know eli. That's his son. Both of his sons and So just talk a little bit about ole miss football at that time. 'cause you were a tennis player but in good quite good but football kind of overshadowed everything it. Yeah it did then and it does now. The onus football team was ranked wanna say three or four in the country at one point during that year my freshman year or cheese senior year and we had a little bit of a setback archie Broke his arm. And i don't think too. Many people can play football this day in age broken arm but he did with his throwing arm. That wasn't is throwing but it was his other arm and had a bandage on it was looked like a spacesuit So we ended up going to sugar bowl that year but we we kinda faltered a little bit in the rankings after archie suffered his history. Y'all had a receiver. I remember his name vernon stuttered. You remember that guy a remember that guy. Yeah and i don't know where he was from a just that name sticks out and they any floyd franks to. I don't know that one. I don't remember we have basketball team back then. Not like kentucky or or louis four. Yeah anybody else. Probably so talk a little bit about when you were. I mean we used to come visit. Y'all at east ridge drive in jackson. Y'all had a jukebox. That was so cool. We sit there and play records. And where did that come. I don't know you can't remember what i did yesterday. I don't know where that jukebox do. You remember it was. Y'all had all the latest records on. I don't know what happened. I wish i'd had jim who was putting those records. Somebody had to be my mother was. She's pretty hip. gloria me. who's still with us. And she lives in houston. How old is she wilson. Anyone what what lady from indian ola mississippi grab so uncle bill uncle dave and my mother grew up in corinth and My grandmother virginia gawltney live there on fillmore street. And will with You know going to miss playing tennis. And he would come to corinth in the summer and teach tennis lessons at the country club and and live at granny's house. He'll verb at that. Well it was a real trip. I'll tell you that Remember granny been a widow for like forty years right. Her husband died in nineteen forty five. This would have been around early nineteen seventies so after the couple of days Grandy came to me and she said. I have to kick you out of the house. She said you've been you've been taken too. Many showers your drinking too much milk and you're watching tv too much. And you're going to have to leave. And i said i of negotiated whether i got to stay a little later longer. And by then the summer. She was crying when i left. Yeah she was kind of set in their ways that out there teaching tennis from eight in the morning until about eight at night and i come home and get to her house to have lunch and i gotta take a shower. Main the closer completely wet sleep upstairs in that bed too scary. Yeah the words you sleep back. Let's lift in the back. Yeah yeah she headed upstairs. This house and there was this. That i mean probably could have propelled an air boat in the everglades or something it was it was just. I mean you stood next to it. You got pulled into it just about and it was. It was scary up there it again too much. I was up there one time. And i found all these old pictures of your dad and uncle. Dave football pictures on steph. They've just been left there. I guess so In the they were kind of untouched since the nineteen forty so You guys lived in jackson. Where'd you go to high school with murrah school. Okay and then tell me. How did your interest in tennis develop. Because i don't know of anybody else in this family that's ever played tennis to the level that you play and still play and What gotcha going on tennis. That's good question. But i started when i was probably about ten years old and we had a really nice tennis club in jackson at the time and it was one of those deals that you went there in the morning. Your parents dropped you off and you play tennis in the more and you had a couple of cheeseburgers at lunch and played in the afternoon and then they picked you up and then you started playing tennis tournaments around the south and it was Kept me out of trouble so if you had been if it had been a basketball court you probably would have been Starting for the celtics or something. I couldn't jump as the prob. Neither could larry bird so you you develop this Real.
"archie manning" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Yea before we leave the rams hair just your thoughts. We haven't talked about this jimmy ward. Basically saying he's not really worried about matthew stafford. Jimmy word up there with the niners because you know matthew stafford all this time and detroit and he i think he even mentioned even with tron. Didn't get anything done in the postseason. I mean on paper. Yes he doesn't have any playoff wentz his own four. He's only a four winning seasons during his time as a starting quarterback twelve years however he is really talented. He has big time arm talent. You can't deny that he can make things happen and they're going to create some big plays from bic lays for opportunities to get after the passing game jimmy ward in the forty niners like i understand where the confidence comes from. That's always a knock down drag out affair so it might have been easy to lead the bear long. I certainly would wanna poke. Can you think of anybody in. Nfl history that has kind of that career that stafford's had in other words like all of the yards all of the stats without much success from a team standpoint. I mean you go back to archie manning's going way way back. But you know his stats. Were an amazing but he was a really good player on a really really bad team. But i mean just in the more recent history. Can you think of somebody that posted big numbers like that didn't have team success. Man i don't i don't normally goes hand in hand. I can't think of anybody who had the level of success that matthew stafford has had and that moved on because most of the time. The quarterback is a unique. It's a unique situation the team. Yeah i. I can't think of anything like that because his numbers are ridiculous and when you see employees of two years ago had him as mvp front runner until it broke his thumb in the volunteers. He hasn't been as good as he was during that high moment but still a talented talented a player impacted. In sean mcvay created mon- they'll find ways to keep them engaged coming. I would say that you know before he got to arizona you know you had carson carson went to the playoffs cincinnati they won that division several times carson palmer. They'd have success and he got hurt. And one of the games against pittsburgh. I didn't have postseason success. But i mean i i guess maybe during those early years but i mean not not for the prolonged period That stafford has in carson won the d. I think they had more. Division wins came some. With andy dalton. I have to go back and look that up. But i want say carson had achieved more success than stafford did but that's maybe a little bit similar number. One overall picks yet very similar in his second. Go round third around you. Really blocks form Dominators mattis block out. The whole. The raiders thing. I blocked out. I know matthew savage thing is is really interesting. Just because what do you do with all the stuff in detroit in does. He have scars from film to be able to come through in the clutch in games in moments in those things..
"archie manning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He had something that he had. Clutch gene. He doesn't have a class Jean him for the Aaron Fox made the Aaron Fox 25 3 and seven assists. I mean, I think that's an even swap, but I think it's an upgrade. Because now you have an offensive The minded point guard that can get wherever he wants. And he hates sac. Sacramento to It's time for some straight talk shit running that he should have been fired man. Body divas. I don't know what type of Naked pictures or some type of inappropriate things he got on them, man, but him and Matt Millen, Everybody just don't understanding sports. Vladi Divac, actually in Russian is Matt Miller. That's the translation. Yes, it suffers some straight talk. Sure saving money feels good, but cutting your wireless bill in half that feels really good. Like walk off home run in the ninth inning, Good. Right? Maybe not that good, but pretty darn good. With straight talk. You can get 25 gigs of high speed data for 45 bucks a month up to 50% less from the other guys, plus no contract all on America's best networks. Why pay a whole lot when you can pay? Half straight talk Wireless No contract. No compromise. So we've got the game six later on tonight. We have 20 seconds on each one real quick. Game six. Later on after that, you're taking the locks. No, I think, Doc, maybe figure it out. And then they get hope again and feeling. Then they lose and do the jazz win in Utah. I think they went in. Uh, l A I don't know, man. I think I'm gonna go with pandemic P. I'm gonna think he's going to get rid of that started Leather. Finally, Game seven tomorrow nets in Brooklyn at home against Janice. Nets slightly Katie comes over the big shot. He has his Jordan moment over Russell. I think Yannis is still looking for that moment and he's going home, and I picked both road teams tonight, too. I think the Sixers are going to get it done. And I can't believe I'm saying that after what's happened this week, but put Ben on the line. He will be on the line like Nick Anderson. I'm also taking Utah as well. He is part Scott. I'm Chris, Carla, and it is Greenie on ESPN Radio and ESPN plus Friday on part hand the Bucks bounce back and take Game six. But what chance do we give them in Game seven back in Brooklyn? When that's born Han 12 o'clock eastern. ESPN radio ESPN plus Carmen in your go all these great resources can all be traced back to some words in 18 93. That's like Archie Manning. He's got the ultimate super sperm in the history of the national. I mean, think about the legacy that family and like no other said. Now there's another one coming along. Did you miss something? All the door handles at the Hall of Fame are going to be arts Humanities Package. Carmen and your co now tender, noon daily. Also available on demand on the All new ESPN Chicago APP..
"archie manning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"When I turned 10 for one of my best friend, and he put it in like green. It was in like a green box, and I was really excited and it went right in the furnace that night when I got home. But the weird part is that so I had all these CDs. Most of it was like Rachel's machine like the hard core like new metal back in the day. Um But the weird part was like so the all he's got stolen. I was in grade school like junior high high school. Graduated college you W Stevens point go pointers and my mom has it his box and she just gave them all back to me. That's so weird, Like were they like So she gave you the tapes? Back of the CDs back all of it. Oh, no, no no duty tape. Is melted in my dad's furnace, but all the CDs all the rage like foot corn went this kid, right, Dre and all that stuff. In a little box. Here you go, son. I'm like Mom. Aiken has been around for, like a minute. Have a good you're finally ready for it. Here you go. I know Now you're now you're graduated from even point with confidence and you got to you defect. Yeah. Special time. Thanks for the call Brad. We appreciate it Well again, you know, it's funny about that is like I don't even recall my parents keeping Score. Fuji's Open the score for that long, like I was taken away from me, but like when I was driving, I had that CD in the car. So like my mom gave it back to me. It's just like when I When I purchased that had you been Came out 96. So I was 11 so so it was probably taken for what 34 years. I remember the time my mom says there's more my dad than my mom for some reason, because, like my mom We drove. You're driving somewhere and I bought sublime self titled and she was like It's got parental visor. I need to listen to it. Of course the parents have to listen to and so on the drive back and listen to it, and I'm like, what's your line curled up in the fetal position? Listening to these songs with my mom, and she's like whatever you're gonna hear it at school anyway. Just keep it Don't show your dad. We talked baseball with Sara. Linc. She's the absolute best. She joins us. Next. You're listeningto Black and Abdullah, ESPN 1000, Chicago's home for sports. Carmen in your go all these great racehorses. It all be traced back to some words and 80 93 That's like Archie Manning. He's got the ultimate super sperm in the history of the national for months. I mean, think about the legacy that family and like, mother said. Now there's another one coming along. Did you miss something? All the door handles at the Hall of Fame are gonna be Archie Manning to package Carmen in your go now. 10 to noon daily, Also available on demand on the All new ESPN Chicago at Chicago's home for Sports?.
"archie manning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Will join the party today. The green list is on the next drought, we will see come to an end in sports. Rambo was here. Bubba is here. We'll take your phone calls today. All that more. Let's go. Go, go Only one place to start. There's only one place to begin. And that is with the MC board. If you know anything about me. You will know two things one We made makeshift McShay owes everything to Mike and Mike. We created McShay, and he's now just phenomenal and two McShay. I live for these mock drafts. And I think that comes from being a fan of the Jets, and I speak on behalf of fans of all bad teams. The draft is like the best thing we've got. We pick high so often that you know you look forward to this like this is what we have instead off playoff games. This is what we have instead of meaningful games after Halloween. And I say that on behalf of a lot of teams out there, you're in Jacksonville. This is what you've been looking forward to forever. Actually in Jacksonville. Maybe not as much because you've known for a while where that was going in Jacksonville, But all these other teams that are up here near the top. You're all looking forward to this and let me give you this with a straight talk Brought to you by straight talk Wireless McShay is projecting. For the first time in what would be the history of the common draft. Four quarterbacks will go with the first four picks. He projects trades, which male generally does not. He projects several Lawrence to go one to Jacksonville, Zach Wilson to go to to the Jets. He's projecting a trade Carolina moving up to three to take Trey Lance the kid from North Dakota State. Then the Falcons at four. Taking Justin Fields. The fifth quarterback in the first round is as you and me listen to the show. You know how much I love him? Is Mack Jones the quarterback out of Alabama, and he has the bears trading up to 12 to take him. So those are the five players that he projects going in the first round. Here are the two things that are important when you look at the use Mick boards. Pay no attention to who's taking who Because he doesn't know that no one knows that all this is going to be reshuffled. The difference between the MBA in the NFL is that in the end before they do the draft, then they do the free agency. In the NFL. We do the free agency. Then we do the draft. So you can't project which teams are going to need quarterbacks because some of these teams are going to have some combination of, I don't know. Carson went to Shawn Watson and any number of other people. God help us that Prescott might get moved. So all these things might happen, so I don't pay much attention to who's picking In the spots. Here are the two things worth noting First off the order in which he projects them because McShane knows this stuff. McShay Mel Daniel Jeremiah, these people is what they do for a living. They don't just do their own evaluations. They talked to all the people who will ultimately make these pics so they know So if he is telling you, Zach Wilson is firmly planted as the second quarterback in this draft. That's what's happening. He's not guessing he's telling you. That's the case. Now. If you're listening to this show a few weeks ago, you heard me tell you that that Zach Wilson is going to be the second pick in this draft. I just don't know who's going to take him. Either the Jets will take him or they'll trade that picture. Someone else who will I didn't get that from myself. I got that by talking to people like Todd McShay, So that's what's gonna happen. He then and I had him on TV today, said the order of three and four is kind of fungible. Trade lands and then Justin Fields. It could easily flip and become fields and then Lance, he sees it that way. And then I myself believe it. Matt Jones is going to be a closer in this thing. If you've been listening to the show, you know I love him. The kid from Alabama. I think he's gonna wind up moving up here. One way or another. Those of the fascinating things to note and as far as the other thing. Why this is so interesting? Mike Tannenbaum pointed out to us. We've never had four quarterbacks go that high. But next year project to be a season in which it is very quarterback poor depleted whatever the opposite of quarterback riches. He thinks they may only be one quarterback who's worthy of a first round pick next year. A lot of teams looking at that might be scrambling to grab guys. Only twice in the common draft era. Have quarterbacks even gone 12 and three I've never gone 123 and four It happened in 99. You may remember that Tim Couch went number one, Donovan McNabb went Number two and Achille Smith what number three. It also happened away back in 1971. Jim Plunkett. Archie Manning and Dan Pastorini, where the first three picks in the draft. So that's the way this thing is going. And if you like, I care disproportionately about the draft. This is the stuff that you follow, and we will continue to follow it for you here Straight talk wireless, No contract. No compromise. Meanwhile, this'll is a perfect opportunity for you to try some active visiting unsolicited advice. All right, I have my unsolicited advice today is.
"Midnight Train to Georgia' songwriter Jim Weatherly dies
"I've been listening to your program for the last couple of days. I don't know if i miss this one. Johnny bolts best. Quarterbacks passed away on wednesday. jim weather You listen i. I i i. I saw that yesterday or last night. And i'm glad you brought it up because i never. I didn't know jim and was too young when he was starring it out at ole miss on pre national championship When he was the quarterback. If you do you remember that is correct But that was nineteen hundred nineteen sixty two right but would you want to know more about his music career than i do about his football career. He was one of the net epic songwriters of that era. He wrote One of the most famous songs in the seventies of midnight train to georgia for gladys knight. He wrote Neither one of us. And i think the best that's That's rolling stone. Had a big article on him and the latest things happen. Yeah they named Midnight train to georgia one of the five hundred best phones. It is it's in fact i. I heard i was thinking about jim this morning and i played that and it is just you know he was. He recorded his own music. Well he had he had a hit as well. I'm i'm very familiar with his music. And i'm so glad you mentioned that because this is part of what we do that sometimes we we. We really don't pay enough attention to older. Exactly art archie archie manning Said that jim weatherly was his hero. Growing goodness i know he would he would go to. The delta gem had a band in high school. okay and jim weatherly and he traveled of course through the little thousand mississippi and archie went to a concert or at Rosedale mississippi back in the well that had to be in the late fifties right and he said that he had that elvis. Look you know jet black hair. Handsome guy and he was mesmerized. Usually get archie on to talk about a. I'm i'm glad you said that because that's my fault. I knew i knew he had passed away. And i should have done a better job of but it's rare. I've always wondered about him. Because i knew he was. I knew he was a songwriter. And i and i. I would air of teenage to to growing up so i mean i knew that music very well but i i knew very little about his his football career because usually you run these guys never have. I think he spent a lotta time in nashville and hollywood. So i never saw
"archie manning" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Was number one. Archie Manning was number two. Lynn Dickey, who ended up being the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers was also in that Dan Pastorini was Number three. So you got Plunkett. Archie Manning and Dan Pastorini 1233 quarterbacks in a row. What a draft! Plunkett, of course! Would end up being the quarterback of the Raiders. Interesting story when when the Raiders won that Super Bowl and what 80 or 81 Pastorini was a starting quarterback. Having been traded straight up between the Olders and the Raiders. The pastor and his thigh was broken. In the middle of the season, Plunkett came off the bench. They went to the wild card end up going the Super Bowl and winning it. Over the Philadelphia Eagles. But anyway great memory for a lot of folks in Houston and a lot of sports fans and I thought I'd share that 50 years ago today. As I said on the show this morning. These are tough times We're living in a lot of folks for having these deaths of despair worry me. I think you've got to find some happiness where you can For me. That's Friendships. Memories. Food. Friendships, Faith. Mentioned friendships twice, partly because I had for gotten apartment because it's important. Memories. It's important that we remember Military guys will tell you Never forget those who are fallen because that's how you honor them. It was 35 years ago today. That the challenger Exploded. And I remember it like it was yesterday, and I'd like to close the show. By remembering that very special moment those very special people in that time in American history. That great man who was the president at the time. September 28th 1986 35 years ago today. We'll just go through some of the audio and let you remember this memory it being space City. Many of you were there on the ground. Many of you are family members of them. And I think the greatest tribute we can give is to remember. Challenger Go with throttle up. E Michael told us you're looking very carefully at the situation. Obviously, a major malfunction Way have a report from.
"archie manning" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"That's all I got. Thank you. All right. Thank you, John for calling from Houston. Jerry, you're going to get the last word from San Diego. Jerry, you want CBS Sports radio? How did you thanks very much for the platform and I agree so much with all the pros and constant. It was not a good good information. I want to bring up When Archie Manning son was drafted by the Chargers. He he didn't want him to play because when you when Manning was arguing with the saint, he got the hell beat out of him. And he knew that even Sonny and I went to the Chargers. He would get the hell beat out of him and that way for 7 16 years here. Allows you offensive lines. And the other thing is people. People make a They make a big deal about interceptions that he throws, But he had no defense to stop the other team, so he's constantly having the force throws. I just could never counted his defense to get the ball back to him. Like Brady, did it break into an interception. He could turn his defense to get it back to him. And those of my point, sir. Thank you. Thank you so much jury for calling from San Diego. You know, I think when you really boil it down. He's all of Famer. I said this at the onset. It's easy to look at Phil Rivers and look at the players and his Ara. It's easy to take a look at what he didn't accomplish. But when you look at what he did do How many people have had that type of career. His career is in the upper echelon of quarterbacks who have ever played the game. And that is Phil Rivers. In all honesty, realistically. Even in Ah, hardcore fan. I could present his numbers to you. And I could compare them with other numbers. You wouldn't think any different one, his standing You really wouldn't. You would look at his accomplishments. You would look at what he's done and you'd have no choice but to say He's right there with him, put him in the Hall of Fame. So a lot of times it's it's real difficult to see the whole big picture when you're so fresh still in the middle of it. No Rivers Hall of Famer. It's Wednesday night when we come back, I'm giving you another top six list. Top six quarterbacks. In the 21st century. Who is it? Who have been the best quarterbacks over the last 20 years. I'm gonna tell you when.
"archie manning" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You want CBS Sports radio? Hi, Joe. Thanks very much for the platform, and I agree so much with all the pros and cons. Tonight was not a good good information. I want to bring up When Archie Manning son was drafted by the Chargers. He he didn't want him to play because when you when Manning was arguing with the Saints, you got the hell beat out of him. And he knew that even Sonny and I went to the Chargers. He would get the hell beat out of him and that way for 7 16 years here. That was your offensive line. And the other thing is people. People make a They make a big deal about interceptions that he throws, But he had no defense to stop the other team, so we constantly having the force throws I just could never counted his defense to get the ball back to him. Like Brady. Did it braided two interceptions. He could counter his defense to get it back to him. Knows of my point, sir. Thank you. Thank you so much jury for calling from San Diego. You know, I think when you really boil it down. He's all of Famer. I said this at the onset. It's easy to look at Phil Rivers and look at the players and his Ara. It's easy to take a look at what he didn't accomplish. But when you look at what he did do How many people have had that type of career. His career is in the upper echelon of quarterbacks who have ever played the game. Mattis, Phil Rivers. In all honesty, realistically. Even in Ah, hardcore fan. I could present his numbers to you. And I could compare them with other numbers. You wouldn't think any different on his standing. You really wouldn't. You would look at his accomplishments. You would look at what he's done and you'd have no choice but to say Yeah, He's right there with him, put him in the Hall of Fame. So a lot of times it's it's real difficult to see the whole big picture when you're so fresh still in the middle of it. No Rivers Hall of Famer. It's Wednesday night when we come back, I'm giving you another top six less. Top.
Race for No. 1 pick in 2020 NFL Draft: Joe Burrow to the Bengals becomes the trendy pick
"I just don't think that Joe burrow necessarily says the things that he said being a little wishy washy about committed the bangles before this and that all goes away because of the scouting combine his want to throw gasoline on the fire eight maybe he again maybe he wants to challenge we had Carson Palmer on the show radio row Superbowl week he said I was gonna get drafted number one overall people told me don't go to the bangles there losing organization I said I've got I'm good enough to change it there he said look looking back there was a youthful arrogance about me I thought I could change it I realized I learned I could not so perhaps Joe burrows in the same boat but perhaps Schober also is getting other information or other direction from his father his dad played professional football his dad played football in the CFL his dad has been a football dad it's distinctly possible is dad knowing the ins and out of an NFL career or a pro football career says you know what you don't want to go to the bangles and let's get you somewhere else which is exactly what Archie manning did so this is no slam against Bengals fans of this city of Cincinnati you know they're no worse or better this is no worse or better than many other cities in the NFL this is simply about can you trust the ownership namely Mike brown to support you to build a winner Joe burrow is the best quarterback in this draft by a long shot he's the best player because the numbers he put up last year he's also the best back because of two ways injury Joe burrow in a quarterback league is the best quarterback in this year's draft so you know he's got some leverage there and does he have faith that Mike brown who is renowned in the NFL as a cheapskate does he have the faith that Michael brown will do enough that we had to go on the show late last week and he absolutely was adamant that the idea the narrative that the Bengals don't wanna win is silly just look at the playoff berths that they made the playoffs seven times under Marvin Lewis and that if you make the playoffs that many times and you draft as well as they do which they do draft very well then you shouldn't be criticized for not trying to
Today is the 20th Anniversary of Britney Spears' Debut Single '...Baby One More Time'
"Man in the world. Married discuss. All right. There you go. Yeah,