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"bill callahan" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"bill callahan" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"bill callahan" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"bill callahan" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"bill callahan" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"That's Bill Callahan signing off in his deep voice the way Leonard Cohen did on his song famous blue raincoat. Sincerely AL, cone and Bill. Callahan began that song with the famous opening line. Hello I'm Johnny Cash Line I. I heard on the FOLSOM prison. Melt anyway the song by Bill. Callahan has called pigeons, and it's a tale of a Limo driver picking up a couple of newlyweds. This comes from a wonderful record. Surprise released from Bill Callahan and an album called gold record. Albums out September fourth. There's a new album from fen lily. The Bristol singer second album is called breach. The album was recorded and self-isolation before covert nineteen, and it deals with being alone and loneliness and the difference between the two. Production credits include Steve Albany. This song is called lappy and I'll let fend lily attempt to explain the song's title. Hello. I am findlay and. I'm going to try and explain the meaning of the word Alacrity but actually. I don't know if I can because it was an honest. Mistake on my part is seemed it was word. Because of allopathic medicine being. A thing which is a type of medicine that treats the symptom of a problem, not the cause of a problem which. Is kind of the songs about disillusion. With. Western medicine! To treat depression et CETERA. So apathy retrospectively I've applied a meaning to it, which is a mixture of apathy and allopathic. That makes some sense..
"bill callahan" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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Redskins introduce Ron Rivera as head coach
"The redskins officially named Ron Rivera their new head coach yesterday. Washington Fire Jay Gruden on route. Two a three and thirteen season the Redskins have not won a playoff game since two thousand five. That was when Joe Gibbs was their head coach Washington looking for some of the stability ability that Rivera brought to Carolina. The Panthers never won a title. They did reach the playoffs. Four Times under coach Rivera including a super bowl trip in two thousand fifteen. The redskins last made the Super Bowl in nineteen ninety-one and in a matter of moments the redskins will introduce Ron Rivera as the new head coach. You can see see. They are getting ready now in the nation's capital and as we wait for coach Rivera. I'll ask you this. What do you want to hear this afternoon? I think from Ron Rivera. I I just want to hear why he was attracted active to this job. Several Head coaching vacancies out there. And and why he took this job and and presumably so quickly when there could be potential other openings out there even in Dallas as we wait for that one and then secondly I wanna hear his evaluation or just thoughts overall Dwayne Haskins in what he might be thinking with regards to the offensive coordinator position. Since we're thinking that he's going to interview the current Guy There Kevin O'CONNELL and and You know what he might be looking being out of the coach from nap position. If he doesn't go with the guy who's currently their jobs I think the the the maturation process of dwayne Hassans is important for this football team. And I think that's the number one issue for Ron Rivera. Moving forward is how do I get my quarterback if he feels doing Haskins is indeed his quarterback How do I get my Guy Ready? Ready available with the right mindset because we do understand doing hasn't silly young player. So how do I get them in the right mindset to be successful in this football league and I'm a little sour about this. I'm a huge huge Ron. Rivera Fan. I sat with them while I was out. During my tenure with the giants was over and I was going to different Teams and sitting down with their coaches. He was the one that struck me. The most is just is a straight shooter. Honest about what. He does with his with his teammates. Everybody loves them. Teammates loving other coaches love. Him and I think he's walking to the podium right now. We'll take Noon I happy Thanksgiving everybody. Today's the beginning of a great new year for the Redskins Organization and its fans I I'd like to thank Bill Callahan. Those here five years did a great job for us a great guy and we really appreciate him with the Redskins have needed is a cultural change. Someone that can bring a winning cultural to organization at starts and ends with our head coach when looking for that man. I looked for a class. Act That's how you describe coach Rivera. He was two time coach of the year. And for those of you. That don't understand. That's very very hard to do. You should google that Because it's impressive oppressive He was fifteen to one which is extremely hard to do Did my research spend a lot of time talking a lot. Allow People A lot of coaches and one thing that came across certain words and these words. We're integrity honesty. Knowledge Grit determination. It's all about winning. Ron Rivera knows how to win as a player player as a coach as a new head coach of the Redskins. One thing. That's very very important. We're GONNA have one voice and only one voice alone and that's the coaches like to welcome. Ron's wife Stephanie. We've gotten over the last few weeks and our new head coach of the Washington redskins coach Ron Rivera. Thank you you know with about thirty days ago that your team. This team got me unemployed. So just so you know. We're good now thank thank you. It's an honor serve as a coach in the NFL. It really truly is their only thirty. Two of us at anyone given time and these jobs are scarce this one the Washington the redskins. This one is special. This is one of the almost original teams started in nineteen thirty two. There's a Lotta history behind football team in order for us to get back to where we WANNA be. We've got a study that history embrace it history and prepared a repeat that history because if not we're doomed to repeat the most recent history. We're not gonNA do that guys. We really aren't everything we do is going to be about winning. Okay we'll do things the right way and that's the only way we're going to do them because if it doesn't help us we're not doing it man that's just as simple as it gets. So why did I choose the REDSKINS. Probably the question. I know a lot of you guys are wondering that right now with everything. That's out there. I can tell you right now. All this talk about the money I want the money I'd still be out there trying to pick a couple teams against each other. I took this job for one. Simple reason one simple reason because because Dan Snyder came to me with a very interesting perspective for weeks he's explored the reasons why some teams win and some teams. Don't he told me. The common. In fact that transitional success of teams like the Patriots the Seahawks and the chiefs. Some of the other ones was that decision to take it and make a coach centered approach each not an owner centered approach or a team president or GM. Coach centered approach. I told Mr Snider that I appreciate the fact that he believes the head coach matters but I would be honored but under one condition it had to be a player centered culture a player center culture. Something I truly do believe in my responsibility to get the most out of the players to work with them teach them mentor them. Five five to one by one. I most certainly. We'll do it. I've done in the past and I'll do it again. I'll do what I can't help. These young men become not just the players we want but the men in the community we need. These are the guys that can help change things not just on the football field but in this world I really do believe that I was fortunate enough to have that in Carolina and I hope I'm a work to have it here. In Washington. Things will begin with one. Simple principle off discipline. I come from a military family. We're disciplined it isn't taught it's live. It's expected from day they won. I have a philosophy every player every coach everyone who works for this organization. They'll know what day one you're not gonNA play for this team. You're not gonNA work visist team if you don't have the discipline to give us everything. You have no exceptions no excuses. That simple guys. We have to hold each other accountable. That's something that we most certainly will do. We'll expect most from each other whether I was in Chicago Carolina with our very best when the players knew. Do the coaches had their backs. And this is the thing I'm going to ask from the players. Do it the way we teach you do it the way we ask you do it that way. The success will be yours. Okay you do it that way accessible be yours if you don't excess is going to be yours but it's not gonNA be right. Why because if you fail it's on you do it our way do it the right way and if we fail it's on me okay? It'll be on me. The head coach at simple. I truly believe that I ask of. You doesn't work I'm to blame. I told Mr Snider. I wanted to assemble coaching staff. That was truly dedicated. The players and teachers and teachers. Okay I don't have to have a great big names would have to have is great teachers. We want to teach these guys how to play football to the best of their abilities to the best of our abilities and also it'd be good quality young men off the field. I want players tough. Hungry will do whatever it takes to play redskin football fall in January and hopefully into February. I told him I wanted to work. Hand in hand with the head of player personnel could spot potential and others that even. I didn't see another didn't see. That's going to be important because it has to be a collaboration no matter who it is no matter. WHO's working with us? It has
Redskins hire Rivera as head coach, Del Rio as DC
"The red skins make it official with Ron revere yesterday's the team announced it signed the two time coach of the year to a five year deal to be the next head coach in DC he becomes the seventh head coach hired by owner Dan Snyder then Rivera wasted no time adding staff as he brought in former NFL head coach Jack del Rio as defensive coordinator and asked for interim head coach bill Callahan he will not return to the team under Rivera the Redskins will officially introduce Rivera at a press conference today at two PM at
Browns fire head coach Kitchens after 6-10 season
"According to people familiar with the endeavor the Cleveland Browns the first to drop the ax after the regular football season concluded yesterday firing head coach Freddie kitchens following a loss to Cincinnati thirty three twenty three boxes Metropolitano reports other NFL coaches might see a pink slip today a couple that bill teams already parted ways their head coach this season for the Washington Redskins the Carolina Panthers are not anticipated to hang on in our head coach bill Callahan Perry fuel respectively several coaches enter today on the hot seat in the NFL after this your shortcomings Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone endanger the jags recently firing executive VP of football operations Tom Coughlin possibly facing the axe this afternoon Pat Shurmur of the New York Giants Dan Quinn of the Atlanta Falcons Matt Patricia of the Detroit Lions they were already spared their fate they're returning for twenty twenty man about town on fox news N. for Marcia prevents Nick from Daily News developers of that propose solar farm on the seventy two acre win over farm have amended their plan to make the solar array smaller fifteen acres instead the the original proposal for thirty five acres the original plan would have required many large and very old trees to be felled the stork farmhouse and barn will still have to be removed because there can't be too uses on a parcel in this case commercial and residential at the latest hearing before the planning board representatives of the solar development company said old stone walls will not be touched
"bill callahan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Psyche is shot to pieces where I'm done with them and and I believe they're done with the season and I think you're gonNA see another flat lifeless air an effort for my team from the kickoff. I am a big Bill Callahan. Fan and I covered his raiders team. That made it to the ball in his first year as a head coach replacing Jon Gruden. Obviously they got embarrassed. The Super Bowl by GRUDEN's team right Tampa Bay which was just a much better football team and they did know the quote unquote signals running the place but the point is I'm a big Bill Callahan Fan and I think he has it in for Dallas. Because I don't know why they let him go. I still don't get it because he did really well for them as their offensive line coach. Jerry thought he wanted too much money whatever they got cross ways sideways and he's in Washington now. And if I if I'm the Redskins I'm going to keep him but I don't no no they they will. He's still interim the guy that committed like us. And how can you mentioned scarred Nekia. We had a guy named Alex for his own writing scheme in Great Bra. Aw we good enough to bless the twenty five five we all get where going to. I don't care what you do. How good you are running? We run the ball but remember players tend to love of Bill Callahan. Play hard form. That team hates the cowboys and they would like to send them home embarrassed again so they would like nothing more as a group of players to go in there and win this football game. It's not going to do the franchise any good because it's GonNa knock him down and maybe out of the chase young chase so to speak with the number to overall if in fact he's there at number two so the point is case keenum will battle you. He is the shrewdest of veteran operators. And what did he do on opening day. Mr Sharp at three hundred eighty yards and three touchdowns a sweet little back door. Cover that one me. Another case odile knew that's what he is all about. He is most dangerous games like this one. He did. Create the Minnesota Miracle Not these saints out of place give. Here's the thing. If I three games where the best. He threw for three eighty to twenty one against the cowboys three hundred bears. But only three times. It'd be thrown thrown for more than one hundred seventy yards and he started nine games hints. That's why Haskins azan skip. He can only do so much. They're gonNA come get it. They're gonNA come get him a small man and the cowboys are GonNa be playing for the job. So let's get misery loves company. Now that's what I'm saying about the giants. That's why it's not going to be easy for the for the Fulfilling going.
"bill callahan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I was like I'm calling heads and get the rotten erase it was seven OO one again that's to my said that he has and unless the pro se as it is he is Daniel Jones reporter with eighty eight bill Callahan and that's probably fair to say after this one you go ninety nine yards for the touchdown they're they're playing on offense why no two point conversion me why why did you not go for the two point conversion I feel good that you know how we're going to go in overtime and I just I was right to slowly doing so for the win we're all sitting there and we can raise our pre op our post game show and I asked everybody in our desk even James Brown would you go for two of your bill Callahan if they score a touchdown to a man now we're not getting paid and we're not interim coaches to a man we all raise our hand yes we will require worse too now if your Reno playoff race I get a different story you're an interim could lord I don't I don't get it either I don't you know but that's too often so boring cultures are using office online guy so that's what they base that's had a C. to work he went on to say which I don't have yet I just recorded it he said something along the lines of this was a great opportunity for defense to make a play like the way they were playing when did they stop anybody yesterday many of the five hundred did yeah alright lord so the giants play the eagle Sunday that game was moved to four twenty five wow in eagles when they won the NFC east will get them now it is just a moment apparition of a spotlight came we do the jets and Steelers and things did not go well for doc colleges Mason Ralph and then Hodges again for six.
"bill callahan" Discussed on The Paris Review
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"bill callahan" Discussed on The Paris Review
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"bill callahan" Discussed on The Paris Review
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Dwayne Haskins named the Redskins’ starting quarterback for rest of season
"Appropriate that we begin with news out of the nation's capital redskins coach Bill. Callahan said within the last half hour that Dwayne Haskins the redskins starting quarterback the rest of the way Haskins started the last game for Washington against the Buffalo Bills. Coming off a bye the redskins will face the jets. That's this week Tim Thought the decision to name. Dwayne Haskins distorted the rest of the season. Do it now and stop answering the question. I guess and that's the key I think you just go make a decision and go with it. Don't look back. He's the quarterback of the future. They want him to be the quarterback of the future and so rather than answering questions each and every week. There are being somewhat of a distraction. The rest of your football team but I think also a message to Dwayne of okay. Here's the deal. You need to get ready. You need the be ready and prepared to go out and play and play at a high level each and every week in these what the expectations are for you as a starting quarterback in the National Football Tali at so. I think they need to do it. They'll still be somewhat difficult to evaluate him because of some of the situations you know there and we've seen some guys get better watching somebody else. The truth matter is find out if you can play or not by actually client yeah. This is a situation or decision that I felt should have been made once. You named him the starter for the Buffalo Bills Game. This shouldn't have been a thing where we're going to put him in pulling Glenn Beck. I'll see if we can start Cole McCoy or go with case keenum once you decided to go with the Wayne ask is. He's you're first round draft pick. You WanNa see if he's your quarterback of the future because as you will be moving on to a new coach and he may have to get his own guy and he's still a rookie so you the only way you're gonNA learn is on. The job is by going out there and doing it and I think they knew that is interesting that they waited until go bye week to do this. And and case keenum won't be the number two quarterback and Cole McCoy will be the third quarterback but he's shown Some glimpses in that last start. You see the arm talent. That's the one thing that that was. I don't think that's ever been concern listening to people. Call a game. When people people have obviously met with the team and have talked to the coaches and production meetings about this and they wanna make sure he he can call the play properly in the huddle call like say what what you want? There was a reason he wasn't playing and it was not because the physical ability. There was a lot of talk about him. Not Being Mentally Ready to play the game and and you have to at least give yourself a chance to succeed before the bolts. And if you're not doing that that's why you're not on the field the criticisms if you can call Oh them that wasn't about whether he was smart enough but they were interpreted that and I think Adrian Peterson and trying to explain and maybe defend himself last week or the week before. was He telling Dwayne it's time for you to get into the playbook in other words it was really learning how to be a pro. And that's what they wanted to do is learn how to be a pro in terms of how you prepare apparent when he's sitting there at number three and no one that play. I don't think he prepared like a guy who might start that week.
Trent Williams (helmet discomfort) fails physical
"Today Williams was absent the seven time pro bowler was in the building for his physical earlier that day which previous reports indicated that he passed interim head coach bill Callahan told reporters after practice that Williams actually did not pass is physical unfortunately today he couldn't practice he did not pass the physical change their ways discomfort with his helmet and the fitting
Jay Gruden has been fired by the Washington Redskins
"First coaching casualty is taken place as Jay Gruden has been fired by the Washington Redskins he will be replaced by bill Callahan he now has the unique distinction of having replaced both Jay Gruden and Jon Gruden as he took over when Jon Gruden went to Tampa Bay having left the raiders back in the early two
Jay Gruden has been fired as coach of the Washington Redskins
"Usually firings happen on Friday but not in the NFL Monday morning for Jay Gruden been fired as coach of the Washington Redskins or OR one five they lost to New England which is five and thirty three seven yesterday former raiders coach bill Callahan the interim head coach
"bill callahan" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"We were just talking about them the other day I didn't I didn't really know them yeah. Well now. They're more on the obscure side. They're kind of like a Lo Fi indie rock and folk group David <hes> tends to write new songs that are very dry very witty very wordy of very <hes> <hes> <hes> I I guess a lot of a lot of observational humor and some of his lyrics as well and <hes> I believe Stephen Mouth Miss from payment was was affiliated with Silver Jews for a little bit as well so there's you know it's kind of that deep nineties Indie Rock Lo fi kind of connection there and a little bit like earlier earlier than that like maybe like I mean the the album I probably listen to more in my entire life and I still listen to it would be <hes>. Let it be by <hes> the replacements. That's basically it like I still listen to that album on a regular basis when I can't think of anything else to said to listen to can't think of any rock bands like that have come out with records this year. They're like really embodying that replacements esque kind of vibe and their placements are such a unique group because they were just like so on. I mean really in a lot of respects. Are Kinda like Proto Alternative turn into rock. You know what I mean right so it's like they were sort of like in a weird creative limbo period where they were on the cusp of something that developed into something else you know what I mean <hes> but still I mean given that you are into some of the artists that Ben told me about. I do think you will dig that Purple Mountains Record. I think you might also like the new Bill Callahan record. It's really a singer Songwriter Bill Callahan Yup and <hes> also <hes> an Australian singer songwriter wreck songwriter just came out with this really great covers album that I I I personally think is amazing. It's called the turn to center and his name is cure and J Callahan okay turn to century Anthony Anthony. I'm sorry I just there's something that's it's been bugging a lot of us for a long time. Sam Pure nineties thing claims Yano as the basis. You believe that's Kinda hard to believe that sort of like not knowing the savage garden hardness pursue savage garden's we for a while yeah. I know I thought ace of base was that the the the the white rapper like those guys. It was snow no not snow. I can't remember third base third base. I knew that's their ace of base. You know what she wants. I never heard that nothing I I okay honestly. It's not a big deal. Don't bother man trust me. We've been down this road. Yeah we'll get the security. I know that song well got that down so right now. I'm doing tyler the creator if I need to really get out and Purple Mountains and return to the center the Bill Callahan thing. I already have love so that's pretty good yeah yeah if you get to the end and you want more. It's always a good idea to listen to death grips just saying death grip I mean. Have you ever see recommendations for everybody. The else I have <hes> Michael needs to listen to the new Freddie Gibbs a mad lib or to give you okay yeah you gotta listen to that if you haven't already <hes> Jamie. I don't know if you've listened to a Drab Majesty yet. Oh Yes yes. They're new records good also. Have you heard the new black media record Shanghai No. They're like a really good kind of dark. Post Punky math rock band from the U._K.. That's all I know math. Ah Math rocks kind of annoying to some people but this is totally different ticket house so you've probably already heard this but have you listened to the new linguistic Nada record yet no but you are not the first person who's told me to listen to it you have to you have to listen to it. It's like insane man. I'm Mary Sean..
"bill callahan" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"This idea came to me when a Bill Callahan was ruined to become the Bengals off flankers Callahan's currently coaching Washington. That's where the second has been for the past couple of years. He's been just assault contributes never been really given the chance to actually start. But been counted cons guy of swing guy that plays on multiple positions. But when he played the rights for a duration. Period of time. He's actually been pretty decent. He's gonna be thirty three thirty four years old kind of in that range where he would probably accept a two three contract minimal guarantees. But just enough for him to accept a starting position. While you develop a guy that you may be draft in the second through fourth rounds at rightathome will. Because honestly, like if you sign a guy in free to see a guidance thirty Sutri deal. You also have cordy Glenn at left tackle who is as two more years left on his deal, and he's going to be in his in his thirty. So there's going to be even more uncertainty that that position going from twenty twenty beyond at both physicians. So definitely would invest early in this in this year's draft lies in an office tackle development, either position. But Sappho be definitely interesting to fill it right guard or just move bowing to to regard have left guard. His price range is a little bit more questionable to me because he will be third contract into his thirties may. Get him on some low guarantee because at this point the Bengals are who they are until the aren't infrequency could be major not not major players, but it could be slightly more regressive. Go after mid level guys. Think Saphal would classify it as that. And Sean Jackson. I think they have what they need every Seaver the Disney some new is a new system to kinda utilize them. Yeah. I mean Sappho it's it's not the first time..
"bill callahan" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"And in terms of what you just brought up about transitioning the roster. You know, everybody info remembers the infamous Bill Callahan disaster Nebraska now that was at a time when Nebraska had been running that option for forty years, and he tried to turn it into a west coast offense, which is just stupid. You know, I don't think Jeff Collins can be doing that. I guess the question is do they have a quarterback on their roster that can complete sixty percent of his passes. I don't know the answer to that. I'll be I I do do not. not. That's probably not. I mean, they're recruiting for the option there. Now, you might he might need a grad transfer to in the in the short term, but I don't think they've got athletes there. I don't think it's as drastic as maybe people think, but it'll be interesting to see how he puts his spin. It probably is one of the better coaching hires of this carousel, but that's in part because there've been so many bad ones how about Utah state welcoming back. Gary Anderson who a year ago left Oregon state just out just abruptly left. Oregon state text message on Kenzan. Oh, shared a bunch of tax much disease sent really since the beginning of that season, where he was just you know, it was just odd where he was saying I brought in the wrong coaches. I've got the wrong staff. I thought after that that guy would never be FBI head coach again, but he still beloved apparently at Utah state. Well, he is by the boosters was we reported. There was some big money boosters that that Utah state has who really pushed for him and. And what was curious was the the school and the hired a search firm to do a national search, and it really didn't turn out that way because they ended up having like after about five days they had to cancel the rest of their search because there was a lot of pressure to to make it Gary Henderson. And so that's the move. And look he was successful the first time there. So I think that's what the people there are hoping he inherits mount wells left behind a very good team with a really good quarterback in Jordan love and really explosive oftens. So he's walking into a good situation. So we'll see how it goes. I mean, it keeps in theme certainly Mack Brown as we've talked about before going back to North Carolina less mile- miles coming back to college football. So if there's one person Stu who's out of coaching right now who would you like to see back in coaching? There's only a couple of jobs that are that are open right now. But who do you like to see back on the sidelines? Do you have somebody in mind? Well, I thought your. Going to say your old nemesis. Houston nuts figure. That's who. You're going to say. No, I don't have anybody in mind. I mean, the fact that we might mean it's not done yet. You know, actually, you know, what you don't like see back in college. I like Bret bielema. Oh, I would like to see him back. All right Bruce, switching gears here. There's a couple topics that I want that are just like, I know our listeners love hearing about these. And so there's just a little bit of reason to bring them up conference realignment eighteen playoff the reason. I bring up conference alignment, it's just this. Maybe a little bit inside baseball story in sports business journal today. You know, what a grant of rights is. I do that's when conference schools basically sign away their TV rights. It's it's the it's how you lock down a school. So Florida state had that issue when that came up when there was booster talk of them getting out of the it was a big big deal in the ACC got them. All in fact, that's Maryland of causing Maryland a lot of money when they tried to get out of it. So the American is trying they've got their new deal comes up in twenty twenty which is not very far from now. The current one is pretty bad seven years one hundred twenty six million sports during business journal says they think they can get three to four times that if they can ensure that UCF Houston et cetera will still be in the conference by the time that deal that next deal goes through..
"bill callahan" Discussed on WEEI
"There was a communication the evening before an invitation for Sharon Williams to join us. She wasn't just called and rudely interrupted from her slumber. Like we did last time. I got to tell you this though, I was tempted. I did the whole devil on the left shoulder angel on the right shoulder. I really thought about just doing it again calling you out of the blue saying we're ready for your spot on PF t live. Although I I want you to continue to choose to work with us. And I have a feeling of I do that too many times you'll probably find other gainful employment. I am awake. I even started a a library. All right. Well, the Cowboys in theory ready to go although the offense hasn't yet to get the the soap and the suds going on on their washing machine of whatever that is that they're doing offensively. What do you expect to be different? If anything in that offense this week. Well, I think something has to be different or they're gonna leave again in the seasons essentially going to be over for the football team. I was dominoes to pick them to win the position and their defense could keep them in games. And I still think it will. But I think the author to be as bad as it is. They've got to find some answers and fight them in a hurry. Scotland hands probably on a really short leash right now. To get this thing going or Jason GARRETT'S probably gonna take over play. Call in the next couple of games. But but didn't we see in the past? How that goes when Jason Garrett tries to call the plays that that combination of micromanaging an offense and macro managing a team. And he's never been able to do it. Well, Tony Dungy's been critical about that. And very candid about how hard it is to do both when you're caught up in the intricacies play by play of the game. I is the bigger picture things that a coach needs to do. Why would Jason Garrett put himself back in that situation when we know from past experience, he can't do it. Well, I the only reason I think he would is if he thinks got when he can't get the job done, and he has it got to that point yet, obviously, but his job on the line. So if he thinks that's the best way for him to save his job. I think that's what happened. And I do think he thinks he can do a very good job at it as we know way back at believe twenty thirteen when Jerry. Came in and said, I'm not gonna let you do this anymore. You're just going to be a head coach. And that's when he let Bill Callahan, call the place for one year, and then it was turned over 'cause got a hand the next year. But this offense just cannot get a go and seven the last nine games they've been under two hundred yards passing. And you say, well, maybe that's that Prescott. Maybe it is. But you gotta find some way to move the ball and score points. And this is a team that's done neater. They the last four games dating. Obviously last season. They just can't get on the scoreboard. Can't move. The ball. Can't get on school board. And if that continues, I think Jason era's gonna see his future in front of main go I've got to take this over and try to save the season and say by jobs, those now, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Jerry Jones tells us all the time Jason GARRETT'S his guy. He's not making any changes. You know until that moment that he does. That's what I love about Jerry. He was support you completely and totally until the moment. He decides you're out of here. He did Phillips. He did Terrel Owens. We've seen it time. And again, so you believe apparently as I do that. Jason Garrett does need to be concerned, regardless of anything Jerry says publicly about his status. Oh, I think there's no question about that. You know this football team so bad in the first game. And it makes you wonder how good Carolina Carolina's grace, and okay that was one game. And we're going to know more about this football team on Sunday. But if this team goes out and wins five six seven games. I think Jerry Jones believes it's better football team that and he's going to go a different direction. This is Jason Garrett season. They've been to the playoffs twice in in this previous seven seasons that he's been a fulltime head coach, and that's just not good enough anywhere. But particularly in Dallas where Kerry has high expectations. But when he hired him. He saw him as Tom Landry and believed in him and thought he was going to be here for the next thirty years as head coach doesn't look like it's headed that way. So he's gonna have to turn it around her in a hurry this season to keep his job beyond the seas. I don't want get premature here. But which direction do you think Jerry goes when it's time whether it's this year next year, or whenever to get another coach is it going to be another guy who goes along with all the things Jerry wants to do and allows Jerry to soak up all the attention or would Jerry Bendini for another Bill Parcells Jimmy Johnson type and just say, please fix this mess for me. I'll stay out of your way at least for now. Yeah. I think when you look at Terry's age he wants to win now. And I think he's going to go out and get a proven guy who's done it who's won a Super Bowl. Who knows how to get there who can get him there in a hurry. And you know, that's gonna be real interesting. If that happens with where Dak Prescott contract situation is especially if it's an offense guy p watches own guy. So I do think he gets a proven guy that I don't think he goes with the young coach. I don't think he goes, you know, erase pointing to crucial chard, maybe that's the guy that he has head coach potential. I don't think he does that. I think he's gonna go get a proven guys won a Super Bowl. Well, there's not a long list of available coaches Charene who have won a Super Bowl. And and I'm the one that started down this rabbit hole. But you know, what it's it's it's getting very interesting are there specific SuperBowl winning coaches. You have in mind, the Jerry Jones may be coveting. There might be one who may be used to be in office coordinator in Dallas who. I wanna Super Bowl who's been in a certain place for really long time. It would take a trade to to get that done. But you know, I think shot he loves Sean Payton, Sean Payton love him. That's that's not any secret. And I think that would be a guy he might go after if if if he does decide to change head coach is just the relationship. John's been hearing all those sorts of things. But yeah, again, that's a long way off. Jason's got a he's got fired case of I and decide that's going to be the case. And he continues to support him as you said until he doesn't but right now he's he's there and still thinks he's his Tom Landry. How big of a deal is it that the Cowboys had their lowest local rating for week one since two thousand nine. Well, you know, I take it tells you that that people don't don't really believe in this football team. And and they need to do something to get that belief back in, you know, Jerry looks at that guaranteed Jerry seeing that Jerry Saad happy and wants to do something to turn that around. And obviously the way you turn that around win. And right now, they don't look like they're going to win a whole lot of football games. They need to win Sunday for sure. If they don't do that it's gonna be a long season in more ways than one including in ratings because I don't think a lot of people are going to. But I should say a lot of people are tuning in just not the numbers that they pass pass. And I think that will continue this team keeps losing they just don't believe they don't have the stars. I think that's the biggest thing is there's star power football team outside of of back. And and and so, you know, I think they need some star power on this team. And they need to win. We're down to the last minute, associate rain. But with Dak Prescott. I I think Jerry Jones puts a lot of pride in the fact that they got him in round four how much does it take for Jerry Jones to detach himself emotionally and financially from Dak Prescott. Yeah. I think it's going to take quite a band that would be obviously and do coach coming in. And I want to I want wanna quarterback. And otherwise, I think he he's the guy, but how much do you pay him? I think that's the biggest question if he continues to play like he did on Sunday under two hundred yards passing. It just really didn't look comfortable out. There didn't make the right res. I think you know, if you continue to do that they're gonna problem deciding on what to pay him if he is their quarterback of the future. Well, Charene I appreciate it very much and again sorry about last time. But you never you never know when the phone is gonna ring we will never do it intentionally, but I can't rule out incompetence on any given day and failure to remind you had a time or even ask you in the first place if you do it, but thanks for joining us, and we'll talk to you again soon. Thanks. Serena Williams, pro football, talk dot com. She covered the Cowboys for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram before that the winner of the dick McCann award from the pro football hall of fame for twenty eighteen and has done a fantastic job with us for my God. It's already been fourteen fifteen months. All right. It's already been two and a half hours of pro football talk live. We're working working our way through this Friday edition overturned good friend, Pat McAfee of Pat McAfee show, two point. Oh, let's pick some games. Let's have some fun as week.
"bill callahan" Discussed on Championship Drive
"So for me, this is just a natural progression for Tovey to at some point. He's going to be a head coach. This was eventually going to happen anyway. I, I think the, I think the world of Vitas a person and as coach, Kevin Carberry was an easy decision as well. Kevin comes from very the very same lineage as I do. I learned the running game from Bill Callahan when I was at the Oakland Raiders under Jon Gruden and Kevin Carberry worked with Bill Callahan, both at the Dallas Cowboys and at the Washington Redskins. So when I have even over the phone, we're just speaking. Same language wants to run the ball, be physical, love. The gap schemes has some really good. Ideas for past protections, some things that we can tweak that I'm really excited about our guys as much as they miss Mike Bloomberg who's been with me for seven years. I think Kevin's giving us a breath of fresh air, some new things from different things. I think it's been well received by our guys are excited to go. Well, what struck me I guess is not only. Very young, but then I thought, well, you hired Ron Gould is running backs coach years ago, who's a an older guy and more experienced guy hired Duane Akina before that is one of been one of the best secondary coach is in the game for a long time. Are you consciously trying to mix old and young in your room and by the Kennedy, longtime wide receiver. Coach is a bunch of different places including Washington, Texas. Iowa guy's been around quite a bit. So for me, I do think you need to have that balance between the young energetic coaches and I'm a coach's son. So sometimes for me, I'm more comfortable with older coaches on the staff. I, I'd like having guys that have a frame of reference. I can go talk to coach Qena about in l. late eighties football and different mentalities of different coaches. He's been with Mack Brown at cetera, and the way they looked at those things I miss Randy Hart who retired, but longtime defensive line coach that played it. Ohio State in the heyday, so played for what we can tell me some Woody stories and some Woody, both stories and Don James stories. So I love having the older coaches around that. Give me a great ref, a frame of reference for today's football compared to where it was years ago as a head coach at Stanford. I'm you're, you're kind of in the catbird seat of people, celebrities coming through, and there are a lot of people on that campus who outside a are viewed nationally as as celebrities are or really cool people. And I'm thinking you've got. Obviously, secretary rise kind of LIZA rise is I think your system recruiting coordinator. And I guess I was being about who's the coolest person who's somebody you've met in your job that you've either on campus or off the you went? Oh, my goodness. The show's not long enough to rattle off, but I've got no Rob Lowe whose son as a student Stanford, Robin, I have become friends and that President Obama on campus. I met George W Bush on campus just they, the cast of characters. It's, it's insane. Went to school, of course, Cory Booker. Sure. Senator from New Jersey. Yes. And and he's introduced me to a few people that he knows which is the places it's a magnet for people that are successful. It's a magnet for people that believe in excellence and everyone from Mark Zuckerberg coming on campus to meet people in recruit students. It's it's, that's just the place and the thing I love about it the most..
"bill callahan" Discussed on PBS NewsHour
"Um you know there's just a lack of recognition a lack of awareness about what um lifethreatening complications look like in on the part of doctors hospital all all in areas of nurses he's well and you know patients and a lot of times because patients also were not necessarily educated we don't want to worry the patience and so when an emergency does happen this the next thing that that sort of kicks in is that hospitals of doctors and nurses often are not prepared for the emergency so there's a sort of denial and then a delay they're doing a lot of focus on making sure babies are born is actually wanted one of the things we came across in in our different in recent conversations a bill callahan of the cdc whose basements is life studying this he he had an article from 1950 that declared it declared victory over maternal mortality women didn't die in childbirth in great numbers anymore they said and basically that was that peeing on a sophisticated journal was the beginning of an emphasis and uh on on saving babies and of course baby's due die in much greater numbers they are more vulnerable but you know it basically the everybody turned their sights to the wonderful ways you could save babies new technology and a new and in been and focusing neonatal units you know in the next twenty or so years became part of of a good hospital a good birthing center you both have done so much reporting on this a series of course is running over many months we have a clip right now of uh the the husband of a woman she was a neonatal nurse or she worked in health care but she ended up with either a lack of diagnosis the wrong diagnosis and this is a clip as i guess she's going into surgery but but where her condition has has severely deteriorated lift listen.