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"brad johnson" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"And so that can lead to having some blinders on when when you if you're not seeing outside of your own group whatever that may be and so. I think it's such a good reminder that you know we need to take the blinders off and really widened that that perspective. Yeah so as we're listening to this episode maybe thinking about it through the lens of your own personal experience but also the perspective of someone who may have differing identity to yours could be helpful all right. Well enjoy this episode with brad. Johnson and david smith. Hey everybody. I'm really excited about today's guests. I have dr brad. Johnson and dr david smith with me here today and they have co written. A brand new book called good guys. Which is what we're going to talk about today. So let me introduce them briefly. Dr brad johnson is professor of psychology and the department of leadership ethics and law at the us naval academy and a faculty associate and the graduate school of education at johns hopkins university. Dr david smith is associate professor of sociology in the college of leadership an ethics at the us naval war college and an addition to their book. Good guys how men can be better. Allies for women in the workplace they have also co authored. The book athena rising. How and why men should mentor women. Welcome david and brad. I'm so happy to have you here to be with you. Jill thanks jill great to be here today so i've been really excited to have you on his. I think our listeners. Now i have a special interest in gender equality and i've interviewed a tremendous about her book. The likability trap and recently even know and have worked with about her book. Fairplay and i have a future interviews scheduled with mojo feet multi know who wrote break the good girl math and you can see clear pattern here that all of these books about gender equality have been written by women and it has historically been seen as a women's problem that requires women to solve it. But you to men have written. This book have a clearly different perspective. So can you talk a little bit about that about the book. Good guys in this perspective about this being a women's problem that needs to be solved by women. Yeah yeah so. I'll kick off. Dave and i know you need to jump in here but i let me just give you that part of the background joke because it's such a good question you know..
"brad johnson" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"And i'm here to reduce my episode today with brad johnson and david smith were the authors of a book called good guys and i'm here with diana to introduce the episode so diana what did you think what were your thoughts on this one. I had so many thoughts. Show again i was. I was hotter on how to stop few minutes. I was listening to take notes. And i think it the experience. A lot of people may have while they're listening to these guys is reflecting on their own lives and how they may relate to what they're talking about in terms of their career if you're identify as a woman ways in which you felt like you haven't been able to speak up or have equal representation within your career and i was thinking about from my own self tracing back in time in my own career in early on when i was in college and i was deciding between graduate programs and how i had gotten into yale which is a really incredible graduate opportunity to go to and i had also got into university of colorado at boulder and one of the main reasons why i chose to pursue my phd of older was. Because i would have a female mentor as opposed to a male mentor. When i visited cu boulder. And i saw her interacting with her kids and in an environment where she could be mom and be a professor. It felt like i could be also many of my different identities of being a woman and being a graduate student. And i also was thinking about how i was a white woman that was making that choice and now i had models of white psychologists that i could choose between in graduate programs. And how would have been very different if i was a woman of color. And i think that when we're talking about sexism we can't leave out race and other identities and other marginalized or oppressed identities. That women may also have so. I wanna talk a little bit about that. Because it wasn't a highlight. There was so much that you were talking about in the interview. But i think it's something that we need to highlight here especially as you being a white woman talked with two white men meeting and talking with you about this idea of gender and sexism and how important it is that we bring up intersection right and and we certainly know that for every challenge a woman a white woman has an patriarchal worlds like the gender pay gap. For example. i think eighty cents on the dollar for black women. I believe at sixty cents on the dollar. And that's just one example you know. The obstacles are clearly thicker and higher. The more marginalized groups person finds themselves in and you know. I do think that one of the reasons the work that brad and david are doing is so important is that we do need people. Men white men who are in the majority culture like they're the ones that have the power right so i think the fact that they are coming forward and saying look guys. We need to step up. You know..
"brad johnson" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"They think for far too long human resources and lawyers in companies have kept secrecy alive around things like salary benefits flex time upcoming promotions. All of those secret things that i think men often share with each other and women often get cut out of that secret intel but the whole secrecy thing i think has to change and so we are big fans of men becoming.
"brad johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"You think he could play? By the way with what you just said. Well, the thing about I don't think you getting out of town. I said after the gig. Go on, Go free agency. You know, I'm sure cancer that was one of the big things. Shut up all the street teams last year looking at Tom, you know, did they think you can play this year? Do they think he can play two years? You know, Jason competed a high level and those were plant choices. Teams had to make a decision all chance to do this Scout report on him and I don't think you lose your arm. You build it. Throw the balls deep. If you want anything like that ship, I think the hardest part is you get older is losing your legs. Just a condition, part of it, and I just didn't have to move in the pocket. But He doesn't look like he's also step when he was 28 or 35 43. Brad Johnson here with us. They got to play a full game on offense in the NFC title game Really good first half and in the second half, we know the turnovers were a problem for Tampa, they still found a way to survive. Up against the homes, though, if he gives you an opportunity, you've got to take advantage of it. And the offense really can't make any mistakes on Sunday because my homes will make you pay for it. When you look at the Bucks offense now and after seeing him for a full season and what they've been able to do as of late, even with some of the struggles two weeks ago, do you feel as if this Tampa offense is gonna be able to play a complete game, which they weren't able to do in the NFC title game? I'm certain Tampa has a high level of confidence going into this game to get hot. Last 78 games this season going on 35 40 points a game. And they come on at the right time of the year last week, first half put it. Flawless first half pretty much in the second half. You know, they got someplace. Get away from him had a couple interceptions and are they usually don't really happen, But I think they'll be they'll be at full. Tilt it this week is coming. You look into the greatest quarterbacks and two I mean, honestly, on both sides of all you got not just pro bowlers. But how famers and legends in the making When you look back to this game and 10 15 years from now. Brad Johnson here with US for a few more minutes and its exact help show on CBS Sports radio, You know how tough it is to play this position..
Where Are the Good Guys in Business?
"Everyone. Welcome to another episode of women worldwide. Thank you so much for showing up for tuning in and we appreciate. How much sharing you're doing sharing the episodes and also letting us know how you're doing and how you feel because as you do we continue to deliver stories. The gas the inspiration motivation in the advice to help you so today's show is no different. Let's get right to it. The topic is men supporting women in the workplace. We're are the good guys in champions in the allies who were there to support and that is the perfect segue to my special guest today. And i say special guests because i have two guests joining me on the show. We have david. Smith and david is associate professor of sociology at the college of leadership ethics and at the us naval war college. And i think i might have mutilated that a little bit. So you can always crack me david and we have brad johnson who is a clinical psychologist of professor of psychology in the department of leadership ethics law at the united states naval academy and they are co authors. They i wrote a book called sina rising and now they've written a new book. It's called good. Guys how men can be better allies for women in the workplace david brad. Welcome to women. Worldwide's read to be here with you. Dear dre exterior Thanks for inviting us. Well my pleasure and what a topic to be talking about on women worldwide. We're thrilled that you wrote the book and before we get to good guys. Maybe you can each share how you've got to focusing on gender in the workplace in bringing men into extra david. Why don't you start us off certainly brandon. I taught together at the naval academy for almost eight years. And as you heard. I'm a sociologist. And i focus all of my research. We call the intersection of gender work and families looking at gender perspectives of work in careers and family interacts with that. In my good friend and colleague here dr brad. Johnson is a clinical psychologist. Whose done all of his research in the area of mentoring relationships. We found that together. We had a common interest in particular as we were looking at. How gender equity was playing out in a variety of different industries and professions including the ours around the military that that often these were conversations where there were more women and just not very many guys who were involved in these conversations in creating that equity in in really how men tuned out From the conversation the minute went something around gender or it was a women's leadership initiative. Whatever the case might have been the guys look at that in many cases that oh that's not for me. That's there's not a place for me there in so brad and i were really interested in learning more about how we get more men engaged in this conversation why they weren't engaging in this conversation because the way we are looking at it was women have advanced to a large degree in our organization today in senior leadership to probably about as far as they're gonna get without all of us really getting involved in really committing to creating this gender equity in the workplace and it was going to take men right because this is not just a women's issue. This is a leadership issue. So it's gonna take women and men to be involved in that and so that leads to our first. Our first collaboration excellent in brad. You wanna add anything to that from your perspective. You know i. i think there's also The personal case. For dave and i write so dave dave graduated from the naval academy here. And that's where he met his wife and and he got to see her go through the navy. He's as he stayed with his career. He sees her facing all of these headwinds that he's never encountered and and i think that gave him a real sense of empathy for the experience of women's You know Moments in the workplace being quite different in my case it was my younger sister whose also in the navy she's a navy captain and you know i was in the navy too and i i have just seen shannon my sisters experienced as being quite different right she fit gets told to smile all the time She gets shamed for running too fast on physical fitness test. Because it makes the guys feel bad you know there are just so many things i never encountered. I think for both dave and i. You know we've had these eye opening moments with women we care about. So yes there's yeah condemning business case. That got us intrigued here. But there's a personal as well.
"brad johnson" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"Hello and welcome back to another episode of beyond the to do list. I'm your host eric fisher. And this is the show where i talked to the people behind the productivity this week. We're talking on a subject. That is a little bit out of the normal wheelhouse for productivity. But i think you can find the connection there definitely beyond the to do list. But i'm sharing with you. A conversation. I had with david g smith and brad johnson. They are the co authors of the book. Good guys how men can be better allies for women in the workplace and if you're a male in the workplace and has been uncomfortable with knowing how to cross into being aware of this topic and entering into it having conversations with it you're not alone i've been there i am there even and if you're a female if you're a woman and you're already aware of this topic because how could you not be. I don't look at this as being a political issue as much as a human issue so no matter where you are in this conversation or if you're not in it at all i think there's some benefit to listening in on this specific conversation about this topic. I know that it was eye opening and helpful for me personally and i think it might be for you as well. So i'll get out of the way and just say. Enjoy this conversation with david smith and brad johnson. Well this week is my privilege to welcome to the show. David smith and brad johnson. Welcome to the show. Thanks sarah thanks great to be here so this is interesting. This is an interesting conversation You guys have a brand new book out. It's called guys. And this is one of those topics that a lot of people would only does that relate to productivity and i can see it because of a story that i want to tell in like thirty seconds that i don't know gosh i think it was back in when whenever the first time was that obama was running for for president so i think it was two thousand eight from not mistaken or two thousand seventeen thousand eight. I was in the workplace. I had my cubicle. I had my head down. And i'm doing the work but i keep hearing people talk Most one way in the other about politics. And i just it kind of drove me nuts and it was such a distraction. I had to get noise. Cancelling headphones to block people out. And it you would think Okay well oftentimes when it come sue workplace relationships especially when it comes to the topic of gender That would go political and it can be. 'cause people can do that but i don't think you guys are doing that. I think you're coming at it from a from a true and Altruistic how can we look at this issue and it's clearly something that happens in the workplace and his is a topic that you know people walk on eggshells with when i kinda started to get through the book. I'm like yeah this does make sense. I i really. I have a daughter. I wanna make the world a better place for her as she's finishing up high school soon in a couple of years and into college in the workplace. So that's a big long story. But that's that's kind of where my frame is of references for for all of this in this topic. I would love to hear. How did you stumble upon or find that. This topic was topic to be talked about. And where do you think we're at with this. Yes so this is brad eric. You know So i think. There's both a business and scholarly case and a personal case for both dave and in terms of why we arrived. You know this this conversation in the work that we're doing So i'll start with the you know the research and sort of the business case. I have spent my whole career looking at mentoring relationships. One of the things. I've consistently noticed is research showing that women get less mentoring they certainly get less sponsoring and and when they're in a male centric professional organization. It's exacerbated you know it's worse and for variety of reasons men just only in. They don't engage with women as mentors as sponsors even his allies. You know more broadly. And so my colleague. Dave smith came along brand new sociologist. A number of years ago and his research was all about gender work and family. We begin having these great conversations about why men are often missing in these conversations whether it's about mentoring and sponsoring women in the workplace or whether it's about You know promoting equity and showing up at events that promote gender diversity and inclusion guys are just often missing. And so dave and i were looking at all this research from the business world showing that when when you have more gender inclusion when you when you truly have gender balance in leadership more women included all the way up into the c. suite those companies do better you know the more productive the more effective When there's better cross gender. Collaboration not only do women benefit and benefit as well and we can talk more about how they benefit but lots of evidence showing that we men get better when we have good closed colegio relationships with women. So that was the mystery. For dave and i wired guys not engaging and that led us to start our first batch of research that led to athena rising first book All about how men could be better mentors for women. A dave of other things would add. Yeah so the. The heart of that story is that you know. As arising rising came out in two thousand sixteen brandon are busy out there doing a lot of speaking in workshops and trying to work specifically engaging men being better mentors and sponsors and and in two thousand seventeen me to in widespread around the world and bratton. I found herself being pulled into more conversations. Not up around the narrow focus area of mentoring and sponsoring but more broadly around how men to be better allies. How can we just show up in the workplace every day no matter what level of leadership you're out of your brand new employees or you're unsure of the board but how can we show up as better allies in the workplace in. What would that look like. And it was interesting in our early conversations with men about this topic that you know in public you know. Most men are willing to you know to admit that. Hey i'm a. I'm all about gender equity i'm i'm all for gender.
Swamp stunner: LSU beats No. 6 Florida with 57-yard FG late
"Kate your kicked a fifty seven yard field goal with twenty three seconds remaining to send LSU to a stunning thirty seven thirty four victory over sixth ranked Florida in the swamp Kyle Trask got Florida in position to tie it whatever McPherson was wide left from fifty one yards out on the final play transcript you touchdowns and threw for two more but he also had three turnovers turn the ball over that many times you know it's hard to win games but I thought we you know we fought really hard in the second half and you gave our team a chance Packers quarterback Max Johnson threw three touchdown passes in his first college start the sun is Superbowl champion Brad Johnson threw for two hundred thirty nine yards and ran for fifty two more I'm Dave Ferrie
"brad johnson" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
"This is tiffany bova. Welcome to this episode of the. What's next podcast. Where i am thrilled to have two guests today. The first is david smith. He is a professor of sociology in the national security affairs department at the us naval war college assists sociologist trained in military sociology and social psychology. He focuses his research on gender work and family issues. I also have brad johnson on the show. He is a professor of psychology in the department of leadership ethics and law at the united states naval academy and a faculty associate in the graduate school of education at johns hopkins university. both of them are the authors co-authors of athena rising. how and why men should mentor women. Welcome gentlemen to the show. Thanks tiffany's great to be here. Tiffany it's like smarty pants on smarty pants like to. Phd's sociology psychology. I feel like. I'm not going to be able to get much over on youtube today. That's what i feel like All right let's let's jump right in. I like to start out. My podcast was something. I call blue and bearish bullish is your four parishes. You're against it. Are you ready. let's go all right. I'm going to start with brad for brad bullish or bearish on zoom backgrounds. I i have to say that. I am bearish on zoom backgrounds because i am clueless on how to actually develop those I did see my buddy. Dave tried out at one point. And i thought it was a little corny. I i like to just see dave and others. When i'm when i'm doing soon all right fair enough so dave bullish bearish on zoom backgrounds. I'm also bearish I feel like there's some authenticity there that is okay that we can. We can share that with with various people. I kind of agree unless you know you need to clean your own zoo backgrounds all right next one bullish or bearish dave. I'm gonna start with you. Stay -cations since everyone's stuck at home stations would normally say bearish on that but clearly that is a thing right now Right now during the pandemic in. I would say right now. You know definitely bullish. And i think that's just a fact of where we are right now but i also think that it's i tried that. The summer and i live in newport rhode island in a great place to do a station. I found it really hard to do so as much as i would have liked to work out. It didn't work out quite the way i wanted. I fred how about you. Know so. Normally tiffany i. I'm fairly Bullish on stations. Because i'm an introvert. Dave knows this. You know i. I love working on something in my office But but even i. The introvert is getting rather fatigued with this. This stay at home So i'm actually looking forward to a real vacation at some point again. I have to agree with you. I agree with you all right next. One let's go back to you underwater cities that that does not appeal to me Yeah that makes me a little anxious to see these underwater hotels for example and. That's just not me. I dave how about you know. I am intrigued by it. So i'm going to have to say bullish because one it's a it's something that's really innovative in different. And and i you know my roots back in my bachelor degree days were in oceanography and so i. I have a leaning that that way. So yeah i would have to sam bullish on that all right. Well thank you guys. I tried to make just painless so that we can sort of get the creative juices flowing. So we now know that we have introverts. We need to be better at stake and underwater cities drive a little bit of anxiety. I kind of get all of those things so awesome all right. Well let's jump right in. Because i'm so excited about the work you guys have been doing. But i'd like to kind of level set the conversation before we dig into to the amazing book. So you know we. We often hear the term diversity and inclusion And i think that that elicits very different feelings Not just from a gender perspective what men think are women think but just in its pure definition with one of you like to just take a shot of how you guys look at deny and and what you think you is is either overlooked accidentally right or the subtlety behind the definitions. Either one. you wanna start that. Go ahead yeah. Happy to jump in here. So that's a great point and you're right. The the terms often get used interchangeably or incorrectly. And i think that's Again just people taking the time to really understand the importance of it in particular and so we can look at diversity and diversity is often look it is just kind of counting heads and looking at kind of the the representation within within an organization or group in particular which is important and again. The research is really clear out there about the importance of diversity in terms of performance team performance organizational performance that there is a higher level of just of decision making of creativity and innovation again. But those half to those have to be in line with inclusion diversity without inclusion does not often lead to those those outcomes and so when when people are talking about the benefits of having a diverse organization diverse experiences diverse perspectives in thoughts. It's also that those people feel included. They feel like they belong there. Socially connected in a variety of different ways in the organization. They see a path forward for them as they feel valued in their contributions or valued in that way people who do not feel that in an organization the more diversity you have is probably going to work against you in those ways and i think again we have remember that can we all have different. Equities is the other the other were that we often talk about here that we have different things that are to us and and and how we understand what those things are for. Different groups of people. I think is really important. And that's where again good good leadership values that in his talking and understanding that and getting that feedback from people. What i found really interesting. As i've done this podcast because you know i thought i knew a little bit about deny before a began this journey of doing this show and how much i've learned over the three years. I've been doing this that even just expanding my own thinking that diversity of thought you know brad. You mentioned that you know. You're an introvert. So even diversity of thought right someone who's an extrovert introvert Who likes to mull over. You know a thought versus just kind of jumping in so it's not just gender and race in language and origin and religion. And it's kind of everything. I think you're absolutely right. Tiffany and you know for the research. Dave and i have been doing in the last couple of years around allies ship in the workplace. This has been such a central theme. you know. How do leaders Show that they've got this awareness of what it's like for people to show up at work and you know as a white male I i may just very easily make assumptions. That everyone feels the same as i do in the workplace And that that often is off base. So you know Day was talking about the difference in diversity and inclusion no we we encounter male leaders. Who's who will just say. Hey we just hired a black woman.
South Carolina vs. LSU Football Preview
"Certainly one of the most eagerly anticipated games of the day tomorrow night in Baton Rouge between South Carolina and Lsu. Castaneda joining us from down there Quin. Thank you very very much. Appreciate the time, and it looks like a weather. Is An issue for what's going on down there right now? Well, just for the moment I'm across the street Tiger Stadium's to my left in their facility straight across the street I'm about to record up and advancer for tomorrow and had a little lightening. got. Dark severe winds and pouring but you can see the nicer weather up on the horizon. So things should be back to normal about ten minutes. We'll good because. That is a place that doesn't need Louisiana does not need any more bad weather. Quinn let's talk a little bit before we get to the game just about your job this year it's different I'm sure. A lot of zoom calls a lot of unusual situations caused by the pandemic. How would you describe the the obvious difference between this and every other year you've been on the sidelines for ESPN and ABC. Well, it's taken a lot of the fun out of it taken a lot of the things that I enjoyed get on campus to meet with the coaches to talk to the strength coaches just to get a vibe for how that team's doing and you learn so much whether it's Roman down the hallway and talking to a tight ends coach or bumping into a recruiting intern about video, they just paint so so that. Part of my investigation is is far less exciting. This year there's no social aspects in terms of our TV crew, our TV team so it's just zooms and when I'm on the road I'm the only one here are our broadcast crew will will broadcast this from Bristol. I'm the only one here. So I kind of treat this like I'm a spy, I don't touch anything I talked to strangers and I couldn't. quit. There's always a challenge on the sidelines especially. When there is weather but is it any or how different is it i? Guess I'm trying to ask dealing with the crew. Fifteen hundred miles away or maybe longer or farther right upstairs nothing you can see them but you at least know that they were seeing the same thing you're seeing. Yeah there's a little bit of a time delay in the audio so it can be anywhere from two seconds four seconds. So I've been on a crew with Jason Bonetti and Rod Gilmore. The last couple years Mike spent hot the whole game this year I've changed crews almost every week, and because we're doing it remotely. They can't have my mic on because we'd be talking over each other. So we do it old school and I'll talk to the producer I talked back and say, Hey, after the third down, play I wanNA talk about upon her coming out for hey, if they make a first down here I want to talk about how they're tight ends doing a great job so. Do it old school and go through the go through the producer in the in the remote truck. In order in order to get on air whereas in the past I could just talk and we were seamless. Clean on the sidelines I mean to say the least there are restrictions what are they and how much do you have to tiptoe around? It's really not bad. I mean we won I. Did a game not they actually made me call the game from the stands in the front row was good seat but I really couldn't get a feel for what was going on on the benches since then they've just widened appalled widen areas it's actually easier now because there's less hangers on, there's less alums, there's less NFL scouts until the sidelines are vacant and it makes my job a lot easier. I also feel pretty secure in that the players and coaches have all been tested recently as recently as Friday or Saturday morning. So I, feel good in that regard So it's actually almost easier less fans less crowds more space. Speaking of testing. How often do you have to be tested? we test once a week it's either an ad home test, and then you mail it in test results come back in about thirty six hours or it's an onsite tasks on a Thursday afternoon then you quarantine. And then Friday, they released you so so far knock on wood six for six negative tests. That would be Kinda. Nerve wracking you show up at a game and you have to sweat it out and you hope you don't get a a Nick Sabin positive. Let's talk about the game because. It's a really interesting game. Let's start with South Carolina just your. As I know you do gather as much information as you can you probably would like to. Be Able to gather more in person but. Your impressions of what you've seen to them and and what you expect. Well they beat Auburn as you know, and they got the three turnovers and converted those in touchdowns. My issue was South Carolina's they're operating an offense with very limited downfield wide receiver threats shy Smith is a natural slot receiver. Colin Hill is is working Mike, Lobos offense efficiently and their offensive line in running backs or carrying the day. Okay. That's with this team is I'm not sure they're ever going to be a high scoring team defensively they're really good corners who can shut you down they add to the box so. I think South Carolina given that Lsu has a freshman quarterback. I'm leaning towards them having some success defensively in this ball game. So I kinda like Carolina's ability to negate lsu with a freshman quarterback but Carolina's physical they're tough. They're not nothing flashy about him and I think big plays are hard for them I. Think they have to manufacture find ways to manufacturer big plays but I think this team is definitely moving in the right direction I. Think they've improved each week. And the other side of that you alluded to the quarterback situation team that has struggled mightily on defense quarterback play has been pretty good I. Know I know it's impossible to gauge because we don't really have a lot of information but. What have you what have you been able to learn about where they are right now? Yet, teach gets the start a freshman Ponchatoula high school. He's gigantic six, six, two, hundred and forty two pounds nets down from to sixty s a big toll righty and you watch his high school tapes just drops in the pocket and he conflict the ball and it goes forty yards without him even trying he seems like he's calm. He's Louisiana product of this dream for him the ADRENALIN will be running. Also expect to see, Max? Johnson. The son of NFL, quarterback Brad Johnson a lefty also tall but more of a dual threat and when you think about calling the game around a freshman quarterback making his first start, you know any kind of run game would be beneficial and to put the quarterback in successful positions. Early in the game, get him hit but but get a couple first downs give him some easy throws and I think that'll be on the mind of lsu going to be a little more conservative game plan I'd. Imagine. You know he's got targets downfield terrace Marshall their running game I thought was anemic Missouri game that was the most disappointing part of the game in my eyes Missouri was without three defensive tackles in that game and Lsu had no running game whatsoever good news for the Tigers to get Ed Ingram back at left guard. But this is an offense through the air with Miles Brennan that's been outstanding. But now you've got a new freshman quarterback. So expectations drop again, I'm seeing a little bit more of a lower scoring game here. In Clinton's you've seen them. The. Biggest used on defense. Would give. Horrible And coach today sentence embarrassing. Alignment. Very, often they're they're moving at a snap making checks that is when the coverage changes on the fly because of emotion because of formation change that has been a dismal day of given up big play after big play against Mississippi State, it was more catching and run the air raid defense was was atrocious quite honestly continued to play man defense got shredded by crossing patterns but I was at the Mizzou game and That game was defined by busts. I mean just blatant bus where I got him. No you got to I got you got him guys wide open touchdown in the running game. Their linebackers are not playing physical. They're not playing north not playing north. They're not getting to the line of scrimmage and engaging blockers to waiting for runners they're missing tackles remember the tyler beatty runs Missouri fiscally untouched broke attack Lens. Gone So. Those are the headlines here new quarterbacks for Lsu and a defense that has had no answers.
"brad johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It's Brad Johnson for brother Brian good morning we're glad you're with us it's five forty seven time right now and the computer just decided to lock up on me of course well as you know things will be better in the new building Brad that's right and in the new decade yeah yeah we thought first Monday of the decade by the way my computer in here the other day told me that whatever I needed to do to update it required a floppy disk no way I'm not kidding all my I was like really I don't even think I don't know if they even have those that's all right and then and then my typewriter all jammed up is really a mess I was reading the story is getting you put it on the air your seven typewriters and this is back during the Cold War way back when and they discovered after of one of the they figured out that somehow the Russian embassy was streak ended was tapping into the American embassy over in Russia and they could not figure out how they had tapped because they they've looked everywhere for the bugs and they know they were getting this great intelligence information because they were telegraphing a lot of stuff the United States can do they finally figured out that they had put a certain kind of reader into one of the typewriters and they can that they can actually figure out what was being typed on the typewriter this is how it is spy versus spy it was back during the Cold War the stuff we used to do to try and get information kind of cool but nowadays they just you know break in your email yeah right it's his thing for me to do got some of the thing you know we people are now starting to pay attention to the laws that went into effect January first here it is the sixth of January people just figuring out and this eighty five was one of those that took everybody by surprise it's the it's the law about the gig workers steady few you either have to be a part an employee of the company or you have to you can only write a certain number articles each year so it kind of has wiped out the freelance economy so to speak well there are other laws that went into effect and sherry if we could go to some of that audio that I sent over yeah these are some anchors interviewing a legal experts down in southern California there on the these are L. Los Angeles TV anchors and they're talking about some of the laws that when into effect January first and this one has to do with water rationing go ahead and play that audio sherry all right this one I'm not sure how I feel about this you're not going to be allowed to shower and do a load of laundry in the same day I I I had the the same misgivings doing a load of laundry this is the legal authority to to fifty gallons of water taking a shower for about eight minutes takes about seventeen gallons of water well there's a limitation on your daily use of water fifty five gallons per day so that means if you are taking a shower and if doing a load of laundry you can't do both without being a violation of the law there are some exceptions about this there's an cabbie out for instance if you have a multi person household if you have four people in your household or three people in the household that fifty five gallon limit per day applies in it for each person so if you could do it a load of laundry if you have a multi person household and okay yeah mark Christy when you can actually see your your water uses on a daily rate with your water meter but now there are actually finds available for this as well your your first your violation is one thousand dollars per each day like that you are in violation of the law it's a state legislature the governor signed this into effect because the effect January first now there's also another cabbie out if we're in drought conditions and the governor declares emergency that fine can go up to ten thousand dollars a day so be careful yeah you can change your word to serenity to anger now twenty you know what I'm gonna pick doing laundry ever showering so all of a sudden I can smoke marijuana as much as I want but I can't take a shower okay what strikes me is very interesting in this whole thing is the one female anchor when she says how did this happen who put this into effect you're a news anchor you're supposed to know this kind of stuff yeah you're supposed to be informed letting us everybody else to know what the hell happened there and their surprise way you didn't read these bills they were coming at you guys didn't do stories about these cockamamie laws that are going into effect where have you been under you know living under a rock wait I can't I can't do my laundry and take a shower in the same day this legal workers like no you're gonna get fined but yeah the end this again if you weren't paying attention here the laws that went into effect in the great state of California and they've actually gone all over the country these these these laws is a lot of stuff that's going on across the nation the but the big one is the bag vans Hey any of you know the plastic bag bands are starting to spread across the country and Joe Biden is now jumped on board saying yep yep we we want a bag we ought to ban the bags got a band the bags gotta get rid of those plastic bags old Joe I don't joke in jail this is he didn't pop out we we tell me of this plastic impala that when I'm not that Joe and you know you get some eco friendly dentures there gel all yeah I know I got green teeth if there is such a thing and you'll find a way to do it yeah Hey those ego friendly jumpers Sarah Ricky Jr vase last night was although my thing office it was the golden globe awards sure you did you say you were able to get to some of the audio yes where he starts to rip big business corporations yes let's let's let's listen to the audio last night rolled into that the TV guide with the morning show drama.
"brad johnson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Off the beat with Brad Johnson where this week and you can download this. Now, a wbTcom in the podcast section. He talks to genie Francis. Aka Laura from General Hospital. I read a quote for you that really stood out for me. And it said that when you saw the Justin Bieber situation where he crashed this high school prom back in the day that instead of thinking, oh my gosh. This is weird or creepy. You actually started crying because you watch it realizing he missed his high school prom because he's a star. Just like I got I didn't have to get to have my high school prom. Is that accurate? I guess. Yes. Absolutely. I mean, it's not just the prom. It's the the hunger to be with your peer group is so intense at that period of time that. You know, it's a very deep need in show business kids who are celebrities are not getting that, you know, we're not having a normal upbringing. They're defending del developed mental steps that have to be taken all the way through. I think even college here. So, you know, it's just not a good way to go. My kids. I didn't put them on the stage. Whether they wanted it or not. What they choose to do in. Adulthood is fine. I will support them. But when they were young though, not happening talking to genie Francis. Who played Laura from Luke and Laura on General Hospital, and that moment when you named so I didn't know this. I was in middle school or elementary school. When you actually got married to Luke on the TV show in nineteen eighty one. And I was looking at it thirty million people watched that episode now this is previous yard for all the money was listening. And so it was I mean thirty million people to watch it. I didn't know if thirty million people watch the Oscars the other night, I mean that was like Connick and even TV guide named it the thirty fifth most memorable moment in TV history. And you were part of it. I mean, do you look back at it? All these years later and go what a whirlwind. Yeah. I mean, actually, I it's not something. I think about the media is more concerned with that moment than I am so many years have. Oh, you know. But the magnitude of it it becomes clear and clear as time marches on because it continues to be talked about how. Yeah. At the time. I had no idea..
"brad johnson" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"These are the three players Daven Joseph, Jeremy Zuta and a keep to leave one of them was an all pro player in that is a keep to and one of them was only a pro bore in Tampa Bay. So the other two were not pro bowlers Tampa Bay they were pro Boers in their career. So. I don't know, man. He doesn't have the best draft record that was over six seasons of drafting actually seven excuse me. So man, well, there's a reason they never went back to a Super Bowl after at exactly they had a couple nine and seven seasons that a few seasons under five hundred. But again, even if you give him credit for that first year, they had he had a fifty seven fifty five record as head coach and GM. He only won a playoff game in one of those seasons one of seven even seasons that was the Super Bowl run. They won the Super Bowl here. But that team continuously went downhill and then ended mediocre when he left he never identified a franchise quarterback. After Brad Johnson. And that's I o Brad Johnson. That's opening for me. Right. Like, he's a quarterback grew quote, unquote. He's an offensive genius, quote, unquote. But in his time in Tampa Bay, he never identified a good quarterback. That is a problem when your quarterback when you want us to roll with is Brad Johnson that saying something how good your other players were around him. I'm so where am I going out with this? He might be overrated as a general manager. In fact, you would be hard pressed to argue otherwise. And I think that they're the raiders do need a dissenting point of view. I think in times like this, even if the coaches great, you need to have a couple different minds in the room, a couple of different ideas, different opinions thrown around back and forth, right because different options because we all know if you hire like in business, Jeff if you hire a bunch of yes-men, the you don't really you're not going to. Who've you need people to challenge your point of view, you kneel WWE you need people to challenge your thought process. If you say, hey, I think this quarterback is good. Because of x y and z I can say, you know, what Jeff I see what you see in that. I see your point. But. I think that this quarterback might be better. Because of x y and z, and I think that you it helps you do you make the right decisions every time. No. But it it sparks conversation. Right is sparks information. And I don't think that Gruden has built up the credibility like Bill. Check Bill chick runs personnel in New England because he's Bill check everything. He's done is turned a gold since he's been in the league, right? Except for that one year in Cleveland. Very. Nobody wants in Cleveland. Pretty accepted if you're the opposite Hugh Jackson, although in our third segment today, we will talk about which job is better the Browns or the Packers at me, and Jeff will fight to the death talking about that way. We find to just argue about it. We'll pick sides segment to talk about that Monday night football game. Of course us, and I put Jeff any other any other thoughts about let's talk about the press conference yesterday where do talking about Gruden his past. If you will be a good GM or not. But wasn't that a bizarre press conference? It was disingenuous fell. Like is that the right word to use his because he talked like everybody was dumb like everybody in the room. Didn't know what was he was trying to control the media. I think that was one of the key things that we have like he was trying to cough as the good guy. But in reality, he was the bad guy in this whole situation..
"brad johnson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The rest of eastern North Carolina. I was the sole witness. So a coast guard helicopter rescue when a person was swept away in their car by the raging waters going over the side of a road. They were pulled to safety and the video can be seen exclusively at wbTcom reporting from Wilmington. I'm Brad Johnson. WBZ news hour things in new Bern this morning, Georgia. Tune lives there water has gone down the high level. Curry and trees down and stuff. It really does. It looks like a battlefield White House says the President Trump has issued a disaster declaration for North Carolina that will make federal money available to people in the counties affected. Government aid can include grants for temporary housing in home repairs. Low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of Florence bunny. Also is available to the state some local governments and some private nonprofit groups on a cost sharing basis for -mergency work in those counties president expected to visit some of the areas affected by Florence later. This week details from the White House. Not yet confirmed another tragedy this week. Those explosions and fires up in Massachusetts. Let's get an update on that situation. The National Transportation Safety board saying team of its investigators will be on the ground for about a week after a series of actual gas explosions and fires in three Boston suburbs. Lawrence Andover and north Andover. On Thursday, those blasts leaving one person dead dozens hurt and more than sixty homes ignited chart or totally destroyed. The NTSB saying it's team will gather evidence from the accident sites the pipeline and its owner Columbia gas, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker declaring a state of emergency on Friday, Paul Stevens. Fox.
"brad johnson" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Yeah, trying to Tampa. Bay's of always stunk. Did you like the cream circles. I mean, I I don't think I've ever watched a game where they weren't throwbacks in them. But no, I thought like the the Brad Johnson, Warren Sapp, Super Bowl years like their best with like the the dock, silver pants, dot gray, pants and like that. But I like their new ones are awful. Like those ones. It's like all every part of its bad, like the numbers stink the where the Jaising. I walked up to him yesterday. I was like, I didn't know it was possible to get a bigger Homer in this office than any of the Boston, but congrats you've done it. Man, we short up the line defensive play, be faster. I did press him on the raiders and he said exactly what I thought he was like two years ago. They won ten games. Khalil mack. Okay, fair. But. So we'll say he was standing by all of his predictions. I respect a double down and disagree with mostly all of them. I respect the Bill down. He had the patriots that was one creed with. The Jaguar like the mustard ones are just awful. Like the Steelers, the jailbird, the yellow black, awful. Those ones are kind of funny to me though because they're just so they look like hamburglar. I do think the Steelers just regular uniforms are very strong. No, yeah. Those tremendous. I do one that's growing on me the the Packers throwbacks like the but the league circle. Yeah, just a hate there. Growing on me though. I can't look. I don't love them, but they're growing on me feel like Notre Dame when I watched that now, but there's actually like impleted passes and stuff. That's how you know it's not noted any. I, I don't care for it. They've got one. It's like blue and the yellow across the showed. It was those stink. But I do like the solid blue just the the yellow dot in the middle, the Sarai, so weird, especially when it's a bunch of running around. I feel like I'm watching Notre Dame plane nineteen, thirty four. I just don't care. I wish if it could have been if the logo instead of the number in the circle. Okay. 'cause it depends on like Bill going strong. Like looks good for twenty one. It didn't look good for fifty. Is there a circle on the back to or no? None of back as this regular Maeve if it were a circle on the back to maybe. Just just go double dot. Yeah..
"brad johnson" Discussed on First Things First
"The pictures of Chris's head. Next Milton I pers- had it's Anton by the way they're doing it differently with Cleveland. This shares that Hugh Jackson doing it, I your offense, coordinator rounds, Todd Haley is doing it. Like how tough do you think that not just for Baker, all the rookie quarterback's where we're talking Baker Mayfield well, he hasn't been under center a lot in his college days. That was one of the things that he had to get over. He's gotten hundreds and hundreds of reps doing that. But your voice in what you say as commanded, the defense with Cantieri are commanding that offense, man, you want a guy that gets into the first time. I remember he had no choice. Brad Johnson thanksgiving plane in Dallas and Bill called the play, and Brad was like Blinken and stuttering. He's got a little southern drawl because he's from North Carolina. And that was like Brad Scott, right? Double pump onto. He was like, get that. Able to laugh about it later on these NFL games, man, they are nerve wracking and the first one you never have the type of jitters that you'll have for any other question for both of y'all because you have been there the nerves right? Like his big time player, big time, Heisman, all this, that and the third. But there's nothing like playing in pro football. So how do you shake the nerves that the coaching staff can do Baker favor and this situation by allowing him to do some of the basics of the offense, the bay systems are going to be installed for the first preseason game. So you just operating, you're doing things that are very familiar to you because you've been working on since you got to the facility day one. So I think Baker will be put in that situation with the coaching staff, Jackson, they slow it down for I asked him to do some very basic things. Deng defensive player hit someone. That's how you get rid of the jitters, young offense of player quarterback. Give me a completion coach, give me an easy. Let me throw something out there. Get some positive. Thank you for listening to the first things. First podcast, remember leaving through review in. Subscribe to the podcast apple podcasts and catch us on Monday through Friday. Six thirty AM eastern. Chris Carter Nick, right? I'm Jenna world long buddy..
"brad johnson" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast
"And the colts the next week at home home they night old abc graphic and the upper left corner oh it's thirty five fourteen and i remember brad johnson going over to gruden going we did it which we got we got the sheriff we showed the sheriff because gruden call peyton the sheriff at the time he called the sheri come to town guys sheriff sheriff's come to sheriffs come to town and thirty five fourteen well okay yet they recovering onsite kick all week i'm paid manning and practice i'm running all the basic like peyton manning cult place is that why you do such a good man i feel it is it's when it started i started to do then i had to do a lot of that michael vick that year because michael vick was a lefty of course i wasn't as fast but they let me run around like a maniac and that was actually when they were like damn you're more than we thought when i get to do that but then so they come back we ran plays during that week in practice that were like their goto and clutch time and we had some db's that were well schooled on this but we had this guy tim tim i want to say it's wadsworth i'm gonna pull up his name and call them up i can't do it he was number thirty one i'm sorry thirty one on the two thousand three bucks and he thirst bit on a slant and go up twenty one points everybody why right so that that was the first touchdown to marvin harrison then like they scored another touchdown and the touchdown to score the tie up was truly a play that i am going to tell you that we ran in practice that week i'm going to say twenty times and i hit the same guy every time and they circled on the car like this is a guy you're throwing to this is always throws to and the defense was all over it well it's two minutes left in the game and he he took the just premade do you got the roster they're still looking thousand three bucks every just sorted tim juan's juan xlii sorry tim wan's lee vate corner at a georgia and that was about the end of his career in tampa 'cause that pissed gruden and mike tomlin monte kiffin off to where he was pretty much run out of town from there but that was when we're in trouble we won we lost a forty niners game that was the year keyshawn and all that happened and i just we felt our team felt it's oats or whatever just they were feeling there is i said sowing reaping reaping no another phrase but either way there where you could be maybe what were you trying to say though the team was like feeling feeling itself we thought we were special invincible but then that colts game i knew there's a little panic then we want again and then we lost again the next week and yeah we'll start a fall off and healing ones oats thank you feel energetic or frisky to haven vigorous or bold manner can you please apologize to treating me like idiot for making a phrase frisky and flirty i've you know what i apologize yeah thank you that's all you should really feel you're outside sexual i dunno where i was going with this story you're saying that that that's what it feels i think would denver i think when payton left the way von miller still talks about peyton manning he provided structure all of those guys and i think trevor simian wasn't the leader that we kind of thought he could come and when you're rudderless and you're having a quarterback controversy and the defense is still holding it down for two years after payton and the defense starts getting injured and you're losing some defensive line and your corners and you lose tj ward that has been a slow followed right now for three and other thing to just real quick to end this conversation i do thing i read into when you read the quote and i didn't get to it as offense defense that's where it may maybe he's talking about like maybe we're more of a team maybe the last few years it was like defense we're going to go to this club offense i don't know what you're going to do this case keenum because everything i'm reading at a denver is he's that's what you.
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"brad johnson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Three stooges they want to throw up there um and i think that offense can push them and i'm gonna tell you you're talking about um you know a a mediocre quarterback with bortles uh threat do you forgot to throw in brad johnson mark ripping not in the hall of fame you know it's it's it's washington did it with three different quarterbacks who were not considered great at the time that they played they were considered kassof retread you know that follow behind you would just a monster offensive line with a great running attacking at defense that could shut you down they did kind of good suit can be done so it's and and you'll baltimore i i'm sorry i do not consider flaco we leave that consider flaco averaged maybe and bortles informal can be what bortles wasn't the middle of the season breaking they could beat the patriot reliable bill bridges the call man thanked as a kind words really appreciate listen to vegas i will say this allows lack all i agree not elite not elite he was a lead during that run the guy threw sixteen touchdowns zero interceptions in that postseason he just he got them zone lou williams ena lead either he's a really good basketball player and if lou williams escort vivian a game 7 organising a magic is just it's a timing thing flaco just got to remember the ravens gave him all that money that huge deal guys i'll go with five years ago the flaco on super bowl whether it's it's it seems like twenty years ago and it wasn't long ago so you're right about flaco when i'm with you but for that to be an incomparable portals borders when after what's the equivalent because it was from last game i mean that'd be like bortles going to the matthier thirteen touchdowns no interceptions in the next three games i mean flaco was really good in that wron it was just it was an anomaly it did neidl you're right did not reflect who he was but it was we wasn't that really important playoff run and it a big where the reason they will not suitable are let's go out the dan in pennsylvania hey dad happy friday man your ana cbs sports radio.
"brad johnson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"One year twenty mill i gotta ask them a quick question the yeah for sure i know you love brad johnson uh yeah i think you should bring brek rich gannon that'll regime abro then lungu hangs grass broward skated pump is undefeated volving john he used the fucking take that and nothing was passed the longest scrimmage and then we'll bring that thing brac row act i was incredible did you teach them that pumped foot not the pump they guy danet worked with his mechanics little bit though i kind of you know that sidearms sling he had gone there that cana kok arm threefourths ten different releases they set yet that guy sure sure did yeah i kinda you know worked in through at me richer real good underrate okon center is that because of the uh all the pool noodle work with him is a all yeah he didn't need unlike that too much but i would really give it to him with those pool noodle smacked the shit out of his thigh kim all that kind of stuff that's why you're such a tough son of a bitch man hey happy happy new year drawn it you guys do look so then uh i go to work the tired around the mall la vigia ever i got the recall that was like yeah this can't fly man unlike fuck so i want when you walked into the building we once you have a good ton wherever you got to your seat me warned you have a good time and then we had vibrant out there just like as people were filling into their seats are filing into the theater we advert like doing a a qna session might throw in merck i thought it was like that i thought he did well with the teenage aided it seemed to be enjoyable i was backstage answering 75 questions at any given moment or doing shower at the last minute and get ready starting at chance watch but heard the vips thing was a lot of fun on there what are you do he did like fourteen trivia questions do you out with anti yeah yeah he just did some mike heartland slash pat malkey show trivia and we were just chuck in tshirts he dropped a pretty funny to you why hill that got a huge huge la old buddy dropped dropped a shorter some now he was the higher the i heard that.
"brad johnson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"He use turkey hole we had that one one of his more at that brad johnson the quarterback back in the day he said i've got put in the turkey hole and and you know shawmut guns like what are you talking about and he said it's the area between the corner back and the safety that's open for just a second or two upbeat on on a slam petr or we all turkey hill but why is it called the turkey hole he gruden admitted he didn't know what it meant but he did know what it meant means later like he said i know what it means that i think at this so it's it's a small opening yes that's the turkeyhong right and then there's a graphic and started pointing to things and mcgrath like all right let's go to break well we are coming up on thanksgiving yeah phil he was coming up on the wrong side of the thanksgiving turkey when he did his graphic global economy uh let's see eric bledsoe is the new home take a break we'll assume we can finalise that the phoenix suns finalizing a deal to send eric bledsoe we'll have that uh destination for you coming up here seventeen after the hour here dan patrick show i love blue apron and i think the reason why i love it so much is you get a chance to make a meal and we've all watched whether your moms making a meal your wife or girlfriend your grandmother and ugo i'd like to be able to do that once but blue apron gives you that chance they send everything to you freshness guaranteed you're going to be able to make these meals step by step easy to follow recipe card preportion ingredients prepared.
"brad johnson" Discussed on Deadcast
"Yeah i don't agree with that either a but the most forgettable i mean by definition wool forgotten the most forgettable super bowl winners right uh well i i i have certain ones that i have content for like i i believe the two thousand two boxer are pretty damn forgettable super bowl to none in the team at a hell of a defense held a defense oh they were i'm not saying they were good but that's not what we're talking i i'd i'd consider them right memorable i mean what are they have deadbug brad johnson that brad johnson a quarterback they had a fantastic events would dare brooks rounded barbara warren sapp they had studs all over that defense great d on men that secondary i mean it was murderous now i i think that's a pretty memorable team actually because of the defense and because they dragged you know i mean i dunno i don't want to i don't wanna say that offense was totally pitiful maybe they were good for all i know but down though her to the defense they were trash so actually like unbalanced teams like that i'll i'll 'cause y'all can expand that you like any nick seafood yeah i mean i don't i don't think they're i don't think it was atoms made big larger than life characters jimmy stewart someone else is going to look at the list of super bowl winners here hold on second you you talk while i do that i think the two thousand six culture up there now man there's a manning i mean that yeah but nobody remembers the only thing the only things people remember had that super bowl steadiness returning kickoff it rained and prince like no nobody remembers what the colts actually did to win that's like they were very they weren't they were far from the best manning colts team and they just sorta.