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November 10  Hour 1  Pat Shurmurs Question Marks | Brian Urlacher Calls In!

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November 10 Hour 1 Pat Shurmurs Question Marks | Brian Urlacher Calls In!

"Move four good afternoon. Note in colorado. This is the whole show powered by energy. I'm live from the auto collision specialist studios. It is top text. Tuesday yup presented by fresco painters of south. Platte appreciate those guys. We got the nuggets gift bags still. It's a gym bag. Full of nuggets swag including nicole yokich hoodie and colfax. I i left my my chart in my office. I've got sir charles pillow fight. Dan and dixon could win today. Is that sound right to you. It's the first one to three when you recharge this. And i know sir charles and i know pillow fight. Dan's hanging in there. I think dixon's on that list dixon's on that list. Yeah okay. We got a lot of guys that have one but So we got three potential hogan's that could take the nuggets prize today and that means we would reload for the next prize starting up next week so get them in the texts in. What what are we talking about. Today i got my power to play sports. Poll question up. Should the broncos start over with the offensive scheme and replaced pat shurmur. Talk is maybe. Pat shurmur is not the guy so again i mean just off the top of my head here ritz gang arolla. Bill must grave. Mike mccoy adam gays. I mean you've gone through a lot of different offensive coordinators and pretty much every year. There's a new a new coordinator to two different stitz. Stints with mike mccoy right. So i say colfax i answered no to that. That doesn't mean. I'm predicting pat shurmur to suddenly have an epiphany and then they're better and they're fitting the right play calls and everything starts to mesh i at some point. I do think you just gotta quit changing things. You have to just let it go and listen that is terrifying for me. Because i'm with you guys. I am with the ones that are saying. Hey you know. It's not getting any better so drew locks. He doesn't have a shot. But you just keep changing things over and over. I mean just the head. Coach is alone since always been in charge. You hire john. Fox higher gary kubiak hire vance joseph and now vic fangio. I mean you don't want to be in the spot where you're hiring another head coach anytime soon. So you want to be careful and then obviously that goes with the offensive coordinator. The quarterback that care. When does the carousel stop. Because you've you've turned it over with to wear. The networks are putting out creepy creepy graphics. Just creepy graphic last night on monday night football or somebody just shared. I don't know if it was if it was relevant. Joe flacco back in the day when it was with the ravens flapping his wings. It's like an animated thing and he's dancing and every once in a while wings. Flap like that terrifying. It's great. i love it but you. All saw. The quarterback carousel the coaching carousel. The coordinator carousel can't keep doing it. So i think for better or worse. I don't care what their record ends up being. I mean i suppose if you don't win another game and you're getting blown out by twenty every game from here on out. Then i mean maybe maybe you're at a at a point where you have to make a decision because it's so bad but like as of right now i don't see it happening i really don't you gotta be careful with this. You're the broncos are already in this tough territory. Where they're becoming a bad franchise. This isn't just one or two bad years anymore and they're young and will reload. The broncos have been retooling in reloading since two thousand fifteen. The problem is elway was never really never elway. Never committed to a rebuild. Tear it down and rebuild after after peyton manning nine and seven so you can't blame him the very next year. They go nine and seven with gary kubiak and that was the trevor siemian year. Right so i mean you can't necessarily blame them they. They were one game away from going to the playoffs. But then after that. That's when you know gary's done his heart's not anymore is health not anymore knows. There's a lot of stuff going on there. And he just moves on and from that point. Maybe that's when the broncos should have looked at it and said all right we need to start when you start drafting one hundred percent for need and go from there instead. Always drafting guys. That you know you just superstars guys that potentially could be superstars. The draft has been confusing for years for elway so as as that trigger finger is pulsating right. Now you you need to stay the course and unfortunately you may only i mean. I don't know where. I don't know where you go. Like the raiders game. The have that as a win you know. And i'll give you my full prediction on friday. But i don't know where go i don't see. I see this team winning some more games. I really do i. I have a hard time believing this offense. Is that damn bad but here. We are three weeks in a row. Kansas city go back to the chargers game and then of course against atlanta. The offense is just they fall asleep for the first half. I events text line. Three one nine nine six three one nine nine six text the program get involved. Have a great take and you might take one of these home. You might take top text. Tuesday and edge closer to winning the denver nuggets gift gift certificate. Gift bag gift certificate. No this is. This is legit man. This is the fan nuggets package and look at this fax. My big story of the day presented presented by fm s. Bank banking made simple the nba players. Union have reached an agreement in principle on the start of the twenty twenty twenty one season as well as an amended collective bargaining agreement. The two sides announced last night. Free agency begins six o'clock eastern on friday november twentieth next friday two days after next week's draft so you'll have the draft next wednesday. We haven't even touched that yet. We're gonna start busting into it in the next couple of shows and we'll get actually chris dempsey's going to join the program at one. Oh five today. So we'll talk about the nba and the salary cap and what that looks like for denver because we haven't really looked at it in a while but colefax. You're you know you're about a month away now. I mean you got free agency started on next friday. The regular season begins a month from that. Basically so free agency starts next friday. The season will begin december. Twenty second there will be seventy two games. I kind i. I'm really curious to see if the nba does this and kind of sticks with it because colefax you asked me in prep and wins this season. Roughly start think people are forgetting twenty twenty the longest year in the world Typically yeah late late october. What's going on in late october. You got football. Nfl college got a lot to compete with. If you start your season. December twenty second year competing in that first few weeks with nfl playoffs right but after january after february. So yeah once over uses super bowls. What last week of january first week of february. It's your full. Go at that point so most of your most of your season. You know you're going to spend what a month competing with the nfl. But i think that this could be very good for them. So what would that. I don't know when they would end they just because they're doing seventy-two game so what that quivalent of like two weeks. They usually end playoffs. Usually start in may so clearly. They're not gonna start. So i think you'd push it out. Plants would probably start in late june early july and then you're finishing in august september. Is that right. i mean again. I'm going seventy two games. There's typically what three games a week something like that. So you're going to push out. I guess that'd be like if you're doing to two to three weeks less than you normally do. Yeah very very interested to see how this all works out. Want to get into the salary cap and all that but You have some dates here. Friday november twentieth will be the free agent period. That's when we'll begin there and for a lot of questions still out there for the nuggets we. We haven't touched on it in a while. You're paul millsap mason. Plumbly jeremy grant. What's that looking like. Drew holidays name is out there. Apparently on the trade bloc. How aggressive can the nuggets be salary going to be set at one hundred nine point one million the luxury tax. Is it going to be one hundred thirty two point. Six million basically the same numbers i think is last year Salary caps going to be guaranteed to go up by a minimum of three percent per year a maximum of ten percent through the remainder of the collective bargaining agreement. Which was supposed to be plan last year. But not the case What else what else. Any any notable things here. I finished text line again. If you wanna get involved three one nine nine six three one nine nine six started training camp starts december for so i am i wrong on that. When did we into colefax. When did we do in the playoffs. End that who wasn't october. We ended in september. A pretty sure was late. September there is no playoffs in october. Right i guess. I could probably just look here and see like when was the nuggets last game. It's crazy. how how like the year. I have no idea where we are in the year anymore. Last game okay there. The nuggets last game was september. Twenty sixth and then you had the lakers with the lakers win five. Is that right. Like there's one in five or six so you finished in mid. I think mid october like october eleven october eleventh okay. They wanted six october eleven. They finish so yeah. I mean that doesn't make sense for what they would probably cry. If they're starting december twenty second they normally start. Let's just say for the sake of argument. They started october twenty second. So i mean that's just gonna push back two months so you go two months in and instead of this playoffs starting may june. They'll start late. June july ish. Maybe yeah october. Twenty second was the first game last year. So yeah you're gonna go two months and then obviously when those playoffs started up Typically again you gotta look at win win. Those playoffs star is usually around that point. You know you're going. You're going well into into june when that's all said and done with so i. Yeah man. I mean i. It's crazy right. It seems like we just got done with everything but but here we are. And i think a lot of people are very curious to see the load management things probably going to take effect like we've never seen before kovac's start. Starting april. is that correct. Yeah first round certain april way off completely lost their first route is in april. Second round is typically so yeah. You're going to be pushing this out in the summer. Which is great. Because who are you competing with. You're gonna this'll be stretched out over the summer not ending in june. This will be put out there where you're getting to the point where you're not having to contend with anything other than baseball. I don't know you know again that. Would that would be huge. I talked about this earlier. Colfax hey if you can start your season a little bit later than does the nba consider doing this for the foreseeable future. And do they cut it down to just seventy two games. Seventy two games every game means a little bit more now seventeen minutes after the hour. We're very excited today colfax. We're going to have brian urlacher on the program. I said it right. You guys think. I'm messing with you. Hall of famer brian. Aker of course got some really cool. He's going to be talking about a lot. We're going to get into but you know we're going to talk about his career a little bit too sensational player. Great human being so. I'm really excited to to talk to him later on in the program. Chris dempsey will join me at one o'clock and we'll break into the nba. So a lot to get to on this top text tuesday again. Text the program three one nine nine six three one nine. Six mclean says so. Are we going to start an nba season without rookies. Yeah how does that. How does that work if you've opted in if you're already you know opting into play. Yeah that's very good question. I don't know how that's gonna work. If you're a senior right now. And you're i i would imagine you can't opt into play right now. You're going to just opt out. We'll get we'll have to get to that eighteen minutes after the hour colefax. We'll take a short break when we come back we'll bust into the poll question also more on. Csu boise state. That's my game of the week. I had a hard time. Broncos raiders or broncos. Rams and. I let twitter decide my game of the week. We'll be issue at boise state. Can the rams pull off another upset on thursday night. We'll be right back. It's the whole show powered by the energy football. Set your dial two. kf k. Here mornings with gail weekdays six to nine and northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi. Kay hey nuggets. Coach phoned up the denver nuggets. And you're listening to the whole show thirteen ten. Kfi k you gotta give a shout out to windsor mill tavern windsor mill taverns a newly remodeled historic windsor mill. There on main street. They'll be your new favorite spot northern colorado. I promise if you haven't been there yet. I know my mcclain's texan and i know he's been there. You had the bison burger would you think let me know right at one through ten ten being like to die for. You had the great range. Bison tenderloin wild game. Meatloaf game sausages. There's that plus okay. You don't like that kind of stuff. Okay that's cool. You can comfort food. 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What's the breeding to look if you start in december will you have fans in the stands because colfax there's a vaccine now that's proved or whatever It's out there. So what is that gonna look like by the time you get to december twenty second. Our team's to feel better is the league. Feel better about letting fans going stands knowing that by that time you know. Frontline workers probably more eco. Elderly people more susceptible to to to this. Sickness would be able to take the vaccine. So does that change things. I'll be very curious. Twenty six minutes after the hour. Colfax when we come back. Do not miss this interview hall of famer brian. Urlacher going to join us on the program. First though let's get the latest on the local sports flash cone now weekdays at four another northern colorado's voice thirteen ten k. k. This is brian. How colorado buffaloes beat writer for the buffalo and you're listening to the whole show on thirteen ten. Faa thirty minutes after the hour. Welcome back to the show. The whole show powered by pd energy or live from the collision specialists studios. And it's an absolute honor to bring this next guest on the program. We're going to be talking to brian. Urlacher hall of famer first ballot hall of fame eight time pro. Bowler terrified all broncos fans and fans of the nfl for very very long time. We're gonna talk a little bit to brian about football of course but about port. Brian appreciation day as well. Brian my friend. Thank you so much for for being on the show today. Thanks appreciate it. Yeah no anytime we get. We gotta try to do this. More often. broncos fans would want to know here in colorado of course as far as guys like peyton manning jay cutler t we gotta talk a little bit about some of those quarterbacks went up to for so many years of course the super bowl And that was a battle back then. My friend battle. He went obviously You know some great quarterbacks played in denver you know. i think we'll play them an oath. Rian jake plumber was still there and and I think we played them once when jay was before they got into chicago we played chicago. That'd be we'd be thirty five to thirty three or something like that and never played them when payton was. I think i was long gone over. Forty got there but just some good quarterback and what a great place to play football. You know we played there a few times over my career in the fans are unbelievable and Album elevations is no joke. We find out real quick playing there. How bad out to get there. I was gonna ask you that next Because you know you talk the broncos players. They get used to it and they're like oh come on but you tell me what's that like. And when do you start. Feeling that. I i grew. I played college in albuquerque. And we're my albuquerque. As well and so you know if i would have been okay if you don't practice it man that first quarter you're just your chest is burning there. It was freezing when you're as quite when it goes overplayed in december and it was freezing. My chest felt like it was gonna explode. It was horrible so it's definitely an issue especially if it's cold weather you feel in your chest but it's just amazing how you never think 'cause you're in great shape you know there during season you'd never think about to get you definitely a difference. And what was it like. How about one getting that goal jacket first ballot hall of famer doubt in anyone's mind when when your name was up in that list few years a couple of just a couple of years ago this talk to us about that moment for you. Was that from the beginning of your career. Was that a goal. Or you more. Like i just wanna i just wanna play football and here i am. I just want live football. That was my goal. When i i just want to get to play. Nfl and see why not now. That wasn't my goal. When i got to college but the better got in the bigger got the faster i got the more i realized that'd be an opportunity for me but you know in. Nfl just trying to hang around for ten is if i don't get in there you'll have to try and stick around for a while and i just you know i got better and better over my career at some great great coaches some great teammates and just as able to number one stay healthy. It's hard to stay healthy and the nfl quarterback because you don't get hit but For other players of unfortunate to stay healthy long enough. Stay on the bill but it was pretty cool. We had a great class. Go brian doc. Extra extra ex bronco went with us. Ray randy moss. Just an awesome class had a chance to go in with you. I love that you said that to. You can't hit quarterbacks and especially now you're in that state too bright again. We're talking to brian urlacher. First ballot hall of famer. We're going to get into some more about pork rind appreciation day but you are in that two thousand two thousand and twelve defense as we were starting to change. It was starting throughout your career. Really talk about the challenges. Because i mean it s span. You're in so many different coverage rules and you're really protecting the quarterback. Now it's way different but talk to us a little bit about that. It's frustrating to watch now honestly because of all the rules. It's really frustrating. To watch his defense players try to try and make plays i feel bad for the corners because they They got no chance. They can't touch him. hit him. But you know that towards the end of my career restarted protecting the quarterbacks even more than they do it's frustrating for me because i still like why not protected you and whatnot protect. Our guys. don't want their knees drives me crazy. Well lyman cuts a d. Lineman and his knee gets okay. Well that's why but he's acl. We'll hear eventually. I guess that's the way the nfl but that just drives me crazy. The way the rules are balanced stores the office points. I get it but actually for the player. I like to see our guys project a little bit as well. Well i don't know if it's going to be blasphemy here if i mentioned this guy but a former pack packer right. Clay matthews was it two years ago. I mean to me. It's like four man. You know you know what. I'm talking about so mad. It was terrible. Yeah yeah a form tackle. Isn't that what you teach them. And then suddenly he gets a play call. He puts his hands up. He's like. I don't know what to do anymore. I guess just try not to hit them. You know i have somebody get a roughing the passer on a sack you know. He's sacked the quarterback and he got it right in the past. Call out on a sack. I just don't. I don't understand the rules sometimes. It's i know it's it's protecting people for the health of the game. I get it. I understand it. I don't have to like it though. Just frustrating debris to see some penalties called. I was like they're always called and starting ten thousand fifteen. We're trying to get out to seal and make more of those calls that kind of changes the outcome of a game and and for a guy like you. I mean obviously a sound linebacker one of the greatest linebackers to play the game. But you're hard hitter and now you look at you look at is that we have kareem jackson safety for the broncos. I mean this guy makes his living hitting really really hard tenure on the outcome of games. How i'm just curious is that is that enter your mind. Did that. Into your my. Hey i gotta be careful here in this play or when action starts. Are you even thinking of that stuff. Now you have to be cognizant of it. When i played it was it never crossed. I don't feel like i. I tried to get guys in the helmet. Sometimes you'll have a choice if you're planning a position sometimes if you're gonna ask someone you're gonna have to take them where you can get but now you kind of have to think about that and it's so hard to think about that 'cause it's the second decisions yet to change your aim point based on where the guy's gonna be alright. I think he's gonna be an if you missed a penalty. And like i said could cost you fifteen yards and your team are fine or a suspension. So it's hard for these guys now playing football things. Yeah i can't imagine we're talking to him. Brian urlacher first ballot hall of famer. Eight time pro bowler of course one of the one of those great chicago bears so many great players and bryant has got to be cool to obviously you chicago one of the richest histories and all football but to be one of those guys. So many great great coaches and players. You know when you get there. I grew up in new mexico. So i didn't know a lot about the restaurant i got there. I i quickly learned about the tradition and how it works and just fans love defense. You know like. I said i didn't watch him growing up a buck singletary. Bill georgie. Learn quickly about those guys because it always talking about especially playing linebacker always bringing it up. And i never felt like i was. I was like why are you. Compare me to them. Because they're in the same. I'm i'm a rookie. I'm a second year guy. I really haven't played enough football to be in that category better about it now with the way ended up but early on you just you know. It's hard to kind of live up to those expectations. Because you know we don't know what they're trying to compare like you said to start the segment. You weren't necessarily looking at hall of fame right off the bat of new mexico we of course we cover a lot of colorado state not a lotta girls. Make it to the nfl from there either. But you're seeing guy like shack barrett with tampa bay. I mean it's rare. So i mean for you you gotta be royalty with new mexico because there's not really a lot of nfl guys coming out in new mexico these days you're gonna before before i got to nfl. I think we had three guys drafted each draft last the previous four years before i got drafted in the first round but we had some guys that would go on place seven years so that's pretty good out in with that honesty two of my career but i was like i stayed healthy. I was happy about i. Stay with the same t my whole career. I thought that was pretty good to be able to do that. And come from the mountain west. You just don't know what's going to happen there's some good teams out there. But we're kinda get overlooked because maybe the the conference are playing people. Don't think it's as good as the big day or the pac twelve or any of those conferences. Like say sec navy but we. We got some good players out there. Yeah hidden gems right. I mean that's kind of what we your these colorado state guys to and of course mexico. Is it michael gallup from colorado state. yeah absolutely. he's good. I'm a huge fan of. Here's i'm a group. A cowboys fan are still single there. But i like what he does on the hard so many solid wide receivers there for awhile. I mean a lot of wide receivers. Our warned jackson now at that point. But i'll yeah rams fans are gonna love. You just dropped to. Michael gallup line there man. They're gonna they're gonna love watching football. I wanna get to this to portray appreciation day here in just a moment but watching football college. Football obviously crazy. Now i mean you got some suggest just started last week. He got some teams. That are you know halfway done with their season. It's very difficult to keep up. It doesn't really feel there's a fair to say it doesn't really feel the jet quite this year. It's definitely different. That's for danger. I'll say that but at least they're playing. You know you go from being alive. Seems gonna play this year at least having some think. The kids are excited about that. The conferences side. I guess you take what you can get this season. It's a weird. It's a weird year. They've done the best they can trying to get kicked out there on the field and and keep them healthy. So i guess just take what you can get and be happy about it. Yeah yeah no doubt about do you keep up with. Are you watching watching with with this bears team. Nick foles quarterback controversy. I haven't watched them play this year. Honestly i would during the pandemic kinda got into a routine of doing things. Like sunday's sundays that so i haven't really watched football sunday. Say truth i did. Watch monday night Last night and last week. I love the announcers on monday. Not here by the way. They're so great. Man steve levy. Louis riddick and brian greene ex ex. Bronco brian greasy. So it's a they do such a good job. I dislike there. There's so much more positive than than the years past. I watched monday night. But actually i haven't watched the baseball yet but hopefully there during the season i well some point so i'll ask you since you watch monday night football. How do you feel jets. Fans today are saying. Hey we're glad we won. Baby we want. How do you view that as a player wok. Yeah no you know saying. We wanted to lose. Excuse me did tanking. We weren't winning league. Defeat it no player in this league tells you that they're happy to lose a game or in that league there if they do they're lying you know and there's no taking a hard time believing our players i'm going to go out there and hundred percent and try and win every game. I just. It's hard to believe that doesn't matter what your record. Is your your price on online. Line every game. You know you wanna show up good. You are what you can do. So they're gonna play as hard as you can brian. I know you guys have had so many successful seasons. Did you ever come close to that. Their coaches ever were hinting at some kind of deal like that. No never no. I think so my rookie year. We were So we were one seven. After eight games a game we ended up Five and eleven with four last two games the next year. We go thirteen three. So i just think you're kind of building maybe building momentum and it was exact same thing last year. That was my rookie year. I made a couple of changes but we We got a year older. You know we got a little better. And i think you know what's what's gonna really into you talk you. Just give up. No but i think we carried the momentum from my roof here and then my second. And there's no guarantees right. I mean quarterbacks taken in the second and third and be monsters and guys taken first pick overall can can fizzle out after four seasons. Isn't it crazy how that works. I don't know like the draft is such a crapshoot. You have no idea what. You're you know what they do in college but that's not the nfl health and stuff like that. But yeah look at russell wilson when he. Tom brady obviously did reason job. He was drafted my class. And but russell fourth round pick is one of the best quarterback. Nfl yeah it's it's insane. You're exactly right. We're talking to brian lacquer first ballot hall of famer pork appreciation day. Brian tell us a little bit about this. And obviously now the lead up to the celebration is just crazy with all the everything going on and twenty twenty right. It's on sunday. But you know the pork rinds. Southern recipe probably up with The on grade. So i'm a huge fan of i was coach started for years ago. But it is. It's all the players are guys who play twenty thirty years ago. Who don't get benefits now at the players. Do you know they didn't get insurance. They didn't get their retirement and they've got all the he distracted wherever he can to help them and raise money and actually bring awareness to their situations. You know you'd ask me when i played. I had no idea that bunch of guys were going through the health issues. They were going through the mental issues. just or even financial issues because they make the money that the players are making now so most of grand grades trying to bring awareness to the players that played long before us kind of the way for us. And i've heard you talk about this too before brian. You know you like you said man. I mean players years ago. The money wasn't what it was like. When you're playing especially now it's crazy. Good money now they. I believe everyone out. There deserve the money they get paid. There's no tyrod got in my in my mind but the older guys the guys who didn't make the money that they're making now and they didn't have the benefits that the insurance they didn't get the Whatever there's tons of it the players get now that they didn't get back then. So i think just trying to help those much as we can is a good thing for the ten and the game as well yeah. No doubt about pork rind appreciation. Day as you said super bowl sunday. You're i know you're pork fan. They're so good. So i didn't realize they're healthy for you. So it's not a recipe there. They've got protein and carbs in there. my wife gluten free so they're gluten free. They got there on the kito diet. There's so many good. They were pretty. I guess and didn't always eat them because Because i cared about the protein. Today's as good to me man. We're trying to different Flavors as well which is a good thing. I'm with you man. i'm a big fan. And then yeah just learn more at before the interview of trying to learn a little bit more about the day itself the appreciation day number. You're right they're actually not bad for you at all. They're not bad at all. Know if you're going to be sitting around football game is good for you. Yeah yeah it tastes great too as well. Hey brian how many times in an interview to you. And i haven't even asked yet so i'm proud of myself. The hair thing right. How many times in an interview do you get asked about hair so much anymore. Early on when i first got the procedure done. It was a whole bunch. I think it's been five or six years now now. I think i'm used to it now. That doesn't really doesn't bother me. Don't think but i guess but Not as much as you think surprises. Everyone pictures me ball obviously for my playing days without me. You'd be like who's that guy in brian. I mean now you're now you're you're one of those guys that can pull you pull off the ball. Look man i mean you look for the orange ball davidson fronts. I was like. I need to save my terrible so i just went ahead and did that but you know once i got my hair back. My wife was like looks good. Oh took was telling me one time i was like that's awesome in right. I love it. I shaved my head one. I lost a bet here on the show march madness and my wife was terrified of me for about three weeks is exciting hands about if your head's not ten we'll look like a cue ball but if you got little a little bit of a tangled up there you can kind pull it off. And i'm a very pasty pasty. White male look very casper. If you will get brian. Is there anything else. We need to know. Man about pork appreciation. Day as you mentioned gridiron greats information where people can go learn more about this. There's a grant is obviously a great one to go. Check out what they're trying to raise money for these ex players and southern recipes. Awesome as well. The people who are partner partnered up with With a good aggravates. They're both doing great things and the pork. Rinds tastes unbelievable. Go buy some. They really good. I'm going to do after the show. I'm always starry mattis talking about foods carving permanently prion appreciate your man is an absolute thrill to get you on your show and loved the duty. Time arbroath picker. Brian urlacher first ballot hall of famer talking about pork right appreciation day. Pretty pretty cool their game on for something of course talk about it but a great great guy fun interview. Forty six minutes after the hour. We're gonna take a quick break when we come back. Let's get into well. Let's talk about how you get some good news with the unc bears Bodey hume continuing to make headlines in the big sky conference. So we'll talk about that. I want to get on all this. Nba stuff coming up with. Chris dempsey so we have a lot to hit. This is the whole show powered by energy or live from the articles and specialist studios. Don't go anywhere party. Northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi a block party wednesdays from four to ten pm. It's a party northern colorado's force thirteen ten. Kfi the block party wednesdays from four ten pm. Hey it's andrew bogusch from cbs sports radio you're listening to the whole show on thirteen ten kfi k. What did we learn from a hall of famer. Altitude is a real deal to these guys coming in and you know. He's frustrated with the defensive rules in the nfl. i am. I'm a defensive minded guy. Love watching great defense. How about that though. You're so connected football you get so busy with your stuff. Because he's doing a lot of different things. I mean when you're fairly young. He played twelve years. Tom brady's playing well into his forties. So he's got a lot of opportunities outside of that you know working with pork. Rind appreciation day gridiron greats You don't get a lot of time to sit and watch football. And that's the thing like sometimes people just assume that because you play your fan and then you can easily go on and be commentator and a lot of guys. I remember watching guys like l. wilson and broncos players. I don't watch much football other than film. So when i watched film i'm watching so much of it and i'm watching it in a different way than you and i are colfax that they're like burnt out of it so it's kind of interesting honestly. I don't watch a whole heck of a lot. Haven't got a chance to do it that much. I just text line three one nine nine six. That will be our big interview coming up. We'll put that up on our podcast. The whole show dot com as well as thirteen ten. Kfi dot com power to play sports. Poll question of the day. How about this one should the broncos again assuming the offense keeps going this trajectory where they don't score a lot you got to get to the point where you have to make a decision or you just have to hope and pray. You're getting the right. You're getting the right to offense. Iggy that's it because right now. Pat shurmur drew lock experiment. Is it safe to say that. It's failing. I think. I think safe to say that. But do you really want to recharge this thing again. I mean there is something to say about continuity right. Now i mean that you gotta have that and eventually we have to get to that. Point should the broncos start over with the offensive scheme and replace pat shurmur and again. This is more of a what does that. Look like at the fifty eight percent of the whole against say no. We're forty-one percent say yes has for those that say yes i mean what the what john elway's history and this offense is history since peyton manning has shown you that they can go find the right guy mixed with john. Elway's ideas i mean. What in the history shows that. He's going to do that. Because you're not getting peyton manning anymore. That's that ship has sailed in the odds of and again tom. Brady's kind of other than sunday. he's kind of one of those guys to go into a new team and he's doing pretty good. That doesn't happen very often. Didn't happen with joe. Montana didn't really happen with brett. Farve mean he had the good years with minnesota. What one and a half. Good years in minnesota barron jets. So it's kind of rare so you're not going to go out and get everybody's like matt ryan and all these other guys that are going to be up. I don't know if denver goes that route again. I don't think they're going to give up. This has been called the test year for drew. Lock but i think the only way he fails the test faxes if you flat out. Great amount is enough. I think if he gets a d if you great amount of the d. this year you're going to load it up again. That's i'm getting that feeling more and more because you've just done it so much. Now you've got to the point where you're replacing a head coach every every two years replacing an offensive coordinator every year. And then you're replacing a quarterback every year. It seems like every year to every two years. Windy you just stop. And say hey. We're just going to load it up again. We're gonna go that same row as we've been going and just see what happens next year. I event is text line. Three one nine nine six three one nine nine six shoot us attacks tear. I'm right. somebody's gonna start stepping up here. A couple of okay taxed but who who's going to step up and take top text tuesday. That's that's what we got know but again first avenge text line three one nine nine six three one nine nine six if you're new to the show k. Kfi two three one nine nine six bodey humor. I'm telling you guys. And i don't know what the rules are going to be with. Fans in the stands put kpfk. We'll have you covered for unc basketball We carry all the games. We did a show. We do a show on mondays. Leading up to the season called men's basketball preseason special and we talked a lot about you know eastern washington. We actually interviewed the voice of eastern washington yesterday. Larry we're and now they're talk about bummed. We think that the bears could have won the tournament. They were the number one team in the conference. They beat the bears twice. So eastern washington goes away. Thinks there but there are. You know they're gonna take this thing. They're going to go dancing and they have the guys to do it. Jacob davidson has been tabbed the to twenty twenty two thousand twenty one so hard for me to say big sky. Men's basketball preseason mvp. i voted for boating hume. I think i'm the only one. I'm a member of the big sky media polls i've the only one voted for him wishful thinking. I don't know. I don't know. I think i think this is going to be that year. Where voting was great last year. I think he averaged thirteen fourteen points per game last year. I think this is going to be one of the fourteen points per game. I think he's going to be one of those special players. If he goes to the next level. I mean joe. Naroda was great. Jordan davis was great. It was great right now. At least they're not at that next level Spikes price saved. Say maybe doesn't get their jd and radha. They're both very young rabbis in that. First year playing overseas jordan's in a second is bodey that kind of player that could could potentially even achieve greater things. I'm not. I'm not so sure but i think he's going to do some big things in this conference. While he was named last year he was named all big sky. Second team so this year. He's on the preseason startup here in their preseason all conference team has jacob davison out of eastern washington and out of eastern washington boaty hume at a northern colorado djibril bellow at montana. State cameron shelton at northern arizona. And michael stegman out of montana got he got one montana state one northern arizona. One montana one you see to eastern washington so yeah i think it's their conference to lose eastern washington. I mean i think there's a it's going to be a big season for you and see but that hurdle for the bears is still going to be eastern washington. They lost one of their studs but their best to are still on this team so Yeah i expect some pretty big things from eastern washington. We'll see if you can get over that hump. 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Hour 1 - Brian Urlacher (09-05-19)

The Dan Patrick Show

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Hour 1 - Brian Urlacher (09-05-19)

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App or the sound of your voice you could even stay connected fit to your family and friends with the a._d. Go app including location sharing driving activity alerts and emergency westbound that's a._d._t. Real production brought out to you by a._d._t. Let's take a look at thursday. Night's action green bay packers take on the chicago bears at soldier field with the bears being three point favorite kickoffs at eight twenty eastern seven central on n._b._c. Khalil mack looks to dominate while aaron rodgers looks to improve on a down season for the packers with the n._f._l. Celebrating its one hundredth season packers and bears kick off to the oldest n._f._l. Franchise if you're looking to add some excitement make that the you're betting partner use promo code d. We are one of one once again. Go to bet the asylum. You've cote d r one one and get this limited time. Hundred percent bonus match offer. It's only gained until is better at that the s._i. Broadcasting from the mercedes mankin by the way the diversity on the show yeah yeah well. There's the guy with tattoos. This is dan patrick <hes> we made it to a thursday. It's our one dan and the danettes dan patrick shell n._f._l. Kicking off it's one hundred season with the classic packers bears tonight. The games come a long way since the chicago. Staley's took on the packers a century ago. I'm sure vince lombardi or george halas wouldn't recognize today's came but you know forget the field product. It's the off the field drama that would probably be unthinkable back in the nineteen twenties. You didn't have to worry about a wide receiver burning his feet and cryotherapy chambers. No hold outs the packers packers probably packed meat as their second job no t._v. Back then no social media football's a national obsession now and the basics so the game may be the same as one hundred years ago but i don't think fans from back then would recognize tonight's game in the monster that the n._f._l. Has become was there a moment when the n._f._l. Surpassed baseball because baseball was the national pastime but there had to be this moment where you said that's when when football became bigger than baseball yeah paulie off the top of my head and just when you said the question when baseball went on strike i think it was ninety four number tony tony gwynn and stuff like that you also had the cowboys at their peak of fame aikman emmitt smith. They were a team. I knew all the linemen on the cowboys and it seemed like the early nineties n._f._l. It was big before then obviously but surpass it's like college basketball kind of became not primary sport around like ninety nine because because one and done but you have betting now fantasy football and that combining with the n._f._l. Being able to watch on your phone you got the n._f._l. N._f._l. Ticket the red zone. You know the n._f._l. Has done a great job with the infrastructure. <hes> four fans whereas major league baseball has not the the n._b._a. It feels like the n._b._a. Is players league and the n._f._l. Is a owners league big difference in that by the way juicy where <hes> jimmer say reportedly turn down three point two billion dollars for the colts was that offer made when andrew luck was still on the team. I'm curious now turned it down and that's almost host a billion more than the panthers sold for and that was just a year ago wasn't but aren't these teams really priceless to these owners yes yes i mean i saw in the same article. Cowboys are five point five billion. There's no way jerry would do that. No you don't wanna lose the relevancy the cachet that comes with owning a team there are a lot of billionaires. Here's how many billionaires own team's your sports king your relevant people. You know when you say something. It means something people listen to you so i've just curious about that. You know how big the n._f._l. Has gotten i wouldn't have opened with the packers and the bears i get it but to me me i would have probably had the patriots in action. You know the best matchup for the patriots. This year would have been who i always on there. No well you normally open up with the super bowl winning team and then you'd have the patriots no i th i think the patriots might have the cowboys. I think they might play them. I gotta check that. I think they do but do i want to have that as the opening night or how about the steelers that they play on sunday night yes tabby yeah but dude you air rogers tonight. Does that tipped the scales a little bit well. I think because it's the opener and you have the bears khalil mack and i remember last year. When khalil mack went to the bears i was told by a source. The packers thought they were getting khalil. Mack and i'm ever saying it on the show man the packers occurs were really in this and i think reports have come out since then that suggests the packers thought that they were getting khalil mack imagine if you had khalil mack back with aaron rodgers a lot has been made about aaron rodgers. Calling audibles is allowed to call audibles. What's the relationship between the new coach. Matt leflore floor aaron rodgers and this is a story whether the packers aaron rodgers matt leflore one address it it is a story because it was his story story with the previous coach so now you have somebody less proven who's coming in there who ran an offense in tennessee that might cost marcus mariota. His job is as starter and he gets the job. Is the packers head coach. Yes we're going to ask. I don't know if he knows what else he can say other than to you say how about you just watch the games and see what aaron does here is. The packers head coach matt leflore being asked about audibles and adjustments respites recall pocket dicamba you mentioned audibles mortiz big part of this will not stop this audible thing. It's unbelievable what do you what do you guys want me to say interesting head about a big part of it in the past but maybe it's going to be how does that can be a big adjustment. You're yeah i. I think that we've always had adjustments within our place like it's just we called it something different and the fact that i didn't call it an audible. Everybody's running wild with it so <hes> i it's. It's comical to me but like i said i feel good with what we've got in our plan how we've gotten at this point and i'm confident that <hes> he's got a total command and control of what we're trying to get done. Okay easy there matt. You're not lombardi okay. You got a plum job with a great quarterback and if i were matt leflore i would say just watch the games. I'm gonna let him he has the feel for the game. He's going to the hall of fame. I'm learning from him as well but i have my ideas we do our research. We do our homework and that information is then imparted to aaron rodgers and then when he gets to the line of scrimmage he can put it into play. He can put it in motion in real time on i mean he he's making. I'm more curious now because he's bothered by it where i just want. Matla florida say i'd be crazy crazy not to let aaron rodgers call zone game and that's what this is go out there. You see things then you call the play. This was an issue before with aaron rodgers. There were times when he didn't want to call the play that was called in so why would why would we not be curious about this relationship with with audibles here but also from the other side doesn't it seem like a forced storyline by the media based on the past with aaron rodgers and his previous coach. That may not be happening right now. There may not be any issues but they just keep asking about it and then the audio makes it sound like there are issues but it was an issue. That's the the first thing i wanted to know. What kind of offense were you running in tennessee and are you going to use that offense in green bay that that i would want to know the other one is how much freedom does aaron have to call his own place. That's all it doesn't have to be. It's becoming more complicated because he's tired of answering it but if you answered in a way where the media can't come back and say all you have to say i address that two days ago i addressed that two weeks ago and then you move on but yeah yeah i'm curious about this and i never thought i'd be curious about aaron. Rodgers being able to call his own place right of all the quarterbacks brady aaron rodgers. You wanna throw in philip rivers and drew brees fine ben rothlisberger fine but this was an issue. I don't it's going to be an issue but i am curious about it. I would give total autonomy to aaron rodgers. I mean that if i matter floor i would say look as a former offensive suv coordinator. This is what i wanna do. This is where i want to have a comfort zone aaron rodgers and that is if we do all of our homework prior to the game then it's up to aaron rodgers to sort of pare that down and say now. How do i make that work against the bears tonight. You got freedom. Do what you need to do because because ultimately the blame you don't want it to come back to matt leflore where you're the one impeding the progress here. Let aaron call the game you yeah. It's like you know tony larussa. I thought over managed sometimes but you know because he was labelled a genius there. If you have a catcher yada molina <hes> you call your own game and that's what i would do with aaron. Rodgers call your own game. Yes mclovin. Yeah you might want to call plays a lot different than whatever leflore flora tennessee offense wasn't which is weird but it's the same thing with cliff kingsbury. He failed into a great job. I'm curious. What kind of offense do you have this run-and-shoot or whatever you're going to do. I'm really curious about that because the n._f._l. Is waiting to hand him a._m. His lunch when it comes to oh okay getting hot in the desert air. Let's see what you've got big boy. There were these defensive. Coordinators are gone one okay. Let's see what you got here. All that's what you got because what i saw on the pre season. I hope i don't see that during the regular season yeah paul don't you think cliff kingsbury and he seems like a nice guy. He seems like a creative coach. Did he get hired just because he kind of looks like sean mcvay and everyone wants next sean mcvay a young good looking guy who they appeared. It appears to be creative on offense. Yes it feels like if you walk down the hall and you ran into sean mcveigh. You get a job and you get a job. Do you do you no sean mcvay. I've met him then. You get a job. You kind of look like sean mcvay. You look like an offensive genius. You get a job mclovin. Is it also samantha floors. He's handsome. I'm just gonna throw it out. There and cliff is super handsome is are they hiring good looking guys. You know they come into the end. I hate to say that's what i was saying. I really the mcvay to you. I've always thought that didn't they do that. Study where the better looking guys become quarterbacks younger go yeah. I really believe that that helps you in a job interview. You look like a successful person. I do think it's the the world of the bachelor where these are. These are guys that you put on camera and they look good on camera now not that they don't have the pedigree now no right. We're having a little bit of front. Think golf got taken over carson wentz. It was a coin flip and he got picked on looks. Either carson wentz not a bad looking guy. He's like a. B. jared andy reid would not get hired today based on ma maybe he would but generally though it is funny. They pushed out some of the older guys for the bachelor canada. Josh smell should go for the raiders job now vikings yeah. He could be inviting yeah so i'm curious about that tonight with aaron rodgers i oh i think aaron rodgers is going to be the m._v._p. This year i get that feeling i do. Is that your official pick. Are you couching that one. I'm counting it but i'm just putting out the bread crumbs here. I got some predictions coming up here but i think roger's i. I think roger's is allowed to do what he wants to do. Then you know that freedom freedom and that ability i see him. You know he'll be one of the top two or three m._v._p. Candidates i truly believe that yemen glove by the way my super bowl picks will be a little bit later on in the show seed and i were having big discussion m._v._p. Seen care to share topic but we were just talking about m._v._p.'s on a losing team. Was it just sometime this week right yeah. I'm just figuring. Is that your are you throwing us off. Your super bowl. Pick by saying aaron rodgers m._v._p. Maybe he would be m._v._p. On a losing team no they're gonna win that division. I think so. I'll take the packers. Their division yet is very tough. It could be the vikings could be the bears could be the packers by the way brian urlacher the hall of fame. Sorry sorry about that. He'll join us coming up here in a few minutes and next our or maurice jones drew from the n._f._l. Network former running back his thoughts on ezekiel elliot. How many touches does he get against the giants. How many touches is he going to get. I'm gonna say twenty-one matching number if i had the n._f._l. M._v._p. odds for a year ago today. Okay save that okay because sausage mahomes probably not in the top ten top fifteen top twenty for m._v._p. Last year this program is brought to you by zell whether they're freshman shman or seniors college kids need money and you can send it was cells e. l. l. e. quick and easy way to send and receive money right from your banking app. Look for zell l. on your banking app and learn more at zell pay dot com zell. This is how money moves terms and conditions apply you gotta poll question mclovin and then we'll take a break and bring brian urlacher yeah our one. We're gonna do who is most likely to have the number one pick next year's draft and we can do a couple of things we can go around the your starting negative. Yes start this zeus. Yes exactly we can just go by the updated super bowl odds which are very interesting or we can sort of make our own nominees all right so arizona's in there yes us. Miami's in their miami has the lowest super bowl odds yet by one hundred the bengals in there. The bengals have the fourth lowest two hundred to one the raiders enters. The raiders have skyrocketed up the board. There now middle the pack. They are at forty two one. The redskins redskins are second three hundred one second worse okay. We're talking about. The raiders are loaded. I mean they had a departing all these young guys but they veterans all over the brian. Williams richie incognito perfect didn't come away from hard knocks having a good feel about the raiders. I didn't but the bar was so low that you you know you came in probably saying the group's going to be a joke so it wasn't that bad. They looked like a football team but now you have antonio neo brown and he's upset that he got find you know both sides are wrong. The raiders can't look at this and go man. You know we're surprised that a._b. Brought in some drama here and he shouldn't be surprised that you know may offer saying hey. I got to draw a line in the sand here and i'm gonna find your fifty four thousand dollars now could you've. You've done it quieter. Maybe when antonio brown got there you said to him. What do you need to get ready for the season here. How do we help you you because we still have to run a team with fifty two other players here and you can't be the outlier and that's what they allowed him to do. They brought him in to be a._b. In it's gonna come back and haunt them it already has yes mclovin why they didn't do anything. He's the one who put the letter out you know they didn't they find quietly but you could have done miss earlier when he got there to understand the ground rules for him because he's truly unique but maybe coming in there and you know go to. He wasn't uneven showing up for film sessions. He was doing things in film session meetings. He was didn't show up for this is where gruden can't allow him to get away with everything and it's too late. It is 'cause you saw antonio. If anybody did what antonio brown did john gruden's is not putting his arm around him and granted antonio brown's going with all the gruden needs him an a._b. Knows that yeah paulie gern bruno reminds me kind of like when you watch her knocks matt foley motivational speaker he just has a bunch allowed stuff. It doesn't seem to be a lot of coaching on he yells at this rookie. You gotta catch. I mean okay. I mean you got twelve rookies on the team. I don't know i just don't get a great feeling. It feels like something will happen. It'll it'll go sideways. Yes seton ain't no counter well. It seems like <hes> like gruden and mike mayock and the group are trying to run sort of like an old school n._f._l. Yeah community yeah right guys eat glass. Yeah that's but i i don't know that people are glass eaters anymore. You know what i mean like. They're trying to do it with all this old school sort of tough huff worthy bosses and you listen <hes>. I don't know that antonio brown's gonna do that. I will look at the m._v._p. From last year and is there a sleeper deeper for his m._v._p.'s this year my super bowl pick a little bit later on the program. We'll take a break brian. Urlacher will join us preview tonight's game and also some of the other games coming up this weekend seventeen after the hour dan patrick show. Everybody's got a to do list. I get one for my wife. Drop off the dry cleaning pick-up some milk figure figure out something to get out of the house so i can relax. 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The app or the sound of your voice you can even stay connected to your family and friends with the a._d._t. Go app including location sharing driving activity alerts and an emergency the westbound that's a._d._t. Production brought to you by a._d._t. Let's take a look at thursday. Night's action green bay packers take on the chicago bears at soldier field with the bears airs being a three point favorite kickoffs at eight twenty eastern seven twenty central on n._b._c. Khalil mack looks to dominate while aaron rodgers looks to improve on a down season for the the packers with the n._f._l. Celebrating its one hundredth season packers and bears kick off two of the oldest n._f._l. Franchise if you're looking at some excitement make the the sl. You're betting partner use promo code d. r. one of what once again go to bet you've promo code d. r. one of one and get this limited time hundred percents bonus match offer. It's only game until you bet at that e._s._i. Two three eighty four. We'll talk to brian urlacher coming up here mclovin. Do you have the m._v._p. Odds from last year pauling yes who was the m._v._p. In august of last year going into the two thousand eighteen is the odds on favourite. There's one guy that was the overwhelming favorite ben rothlisberger aaron rodgers due to tom brady number three gin member think everyone's healthy time carson wentz <music> drew brees russell wilson. You'll never guess who is six in the m._v._p. Odds going into the season last year von miller jimmy garoppolo buddy and he was then you got cam. Newton matt ryan to shawn watson. Where do you think patrick mahomes was just to give you an idea. I had to scroll down three times. Just to mahomes is about thirtieth in the league an odds for m._v._p. Last year he was fifty five to one before the season if i gave you the top five live and i took everybody else in the m._v._p. Race the current odds here mcclay top-five patrick mahomes carson wentz aaron rodgers and <hes> baker mayfield and drew brees then russell wilson's and banner tied for six that might be tough to give you all five and then <hes>. I take everybody else how to running back to cheer. The highest. Running back is saquon fourteenth where zeke elliot on their on this this list i'm looking at he is not listed. Okay zico plus six thousand so that makes him about twentieth brian urlacher hall of famer and a former n._f._l. Defensive player of the year he joins us on behalf of the fan duel sportsbook had blue chip casino hotel and spa in michigan city. Indiana opens today eh federal sportsbook at blue chip casino largest sportsbook outside of las vegas and brian's going to place the ceremonial. I wager there. I'm assuming you're wagering on the bears brian. Yeah dan you assume right. I'll be wagering on the person i correct. Have you ever been on a sporting morning event before yes. Would you bet on college football. Are you any good no all. I don't know anyone that is good at betting. It's <hes> it's hard man but no. I don't do good at all. How much did you i don't remember who would you bet on so <hes>. Have you like two thousand remember. What texas tech was points back in the day and so i took their team over and i think their quarterback got hurt or something like if i <music> i'd have lose it. So if you want something to go bad have you have you bet on your team and you're not loose which heralded quarterback back then it might have been granted they they score like fifty seven points and <hes> and they give up like forty a game so i was thinking over a done deal when it comes to <hes> aaron rodgers in matt leflore and much has been made in the off season about being able to call audibles or how much power does aaron rodgers have aaron rodgers doesn't strike me as an audible honorable guy did you did you play him thinking. He was changing them any place at the line of scrimmage. You know what i think. He just got him in the best possible <hes> he he raises for so he gets up there. He has a play they obviously call hiller or two plays and he goes to the best one but yeah. I think he did change it quite a bit. Just because you don't want to run a play into defense. That's not gonna work again so change it at the line of scrimmage and <hes>. I don't see why he wouldn't have that power right now do the same thing he's so good at. It knows exactly what defense you're you're in every time so why not get into a successful play. But how often did you guess right with aaron rodgers well. We just ran cover to play. We didn't you know even if they were checking or whatever there'd be sometimes we we were in a blitz or we would have man coverage call and he'd be checking. They're going to a a pass. They're gonna go cover too so we would <hes> most of our checks checks weren't covered too and there was some times where we go from two to one but it just putting yourself in danger if we do that against that guy so we cover to most of the time we did pretty good. How often did you talk to him or he talked to you. During a game pretty often <hes> between plays quite often <hes> <hes>. I don't know if i four or five six times and you got three hundred timeouts announced game. So you know you get <hes> get those those times on there as well yeah i don't know because it doesn't strike me as he would trash talk to you but it's more like <hes> maybe a business relationship well it was there was not a lotta trash on going on your right but but i wouldn't say business. Just i think it was just fun. Honestly <hes> we had a good time where atlanta's same way lance would jump in there all the time as well <hes> but it was i would say business but it was mostly mostly fun banter going back and forth. Did it quarterback ever talk smack to you. Oh i remember i remember aaron. Brooks works for a while yeah oh man they they came back down twenty two zero in champagne at twenty three zero and champagne in two thousand and two i think they came back and it was like twenty three twenty and he was happened the whole second half so that was frustrating 'cause we couldn't stop him so it didn't really matter. What did he say to you. It was it was seventeen years ago. I don't have any idea a long time ago. What do you miss about the game. My teammates my coaches <hes> being in the facility acidity being in me as much as i hated meetings. I feel like i still mess <hes> just all the stuff that comes with not necessarily the game playing the game just getting ready for games as always fun to me. You wore a cowboys jacket during an interview at the pro bowl last year. What the hell were you doing so it was raining uh. I don't know if you watch the pro war and i don't know if anybody does crazy and we were we were. I was on the cowboys staff that game. I was the captain for the n._f._c. and they were the coaches was so that's all the rank your the bears didn't send me any rancorous work out ways rain jacket for the game. You're brian urlacher. You're you're afraid of the rain. I'm not afraid of the rain but i like to be dry. Oh my god you're okay pal <hes> man but you said twitter fire blazed when they were like <hes> wiser locker. We're gonna cowboy jacket on well. If if you put two into the gutter the cowboys coaches are coaching the game and they they said all this stuff you know so i wouldn't i be wearing it. I was driving the better question is he's smart because he's dry at least using jacket to stay dry. Are you getting a statue. What walter walter payton got one talent scout one. I don't think so. I wouldn't quite put myself in that category. They're two of the all time great <hes> <hes> bears coach and owner and then they got my favorite of all time and walter offramp. That's named after you. I'm okay okay with nothing to do with my achievements in my accolades right now so i'll just pick where i'm at you comfortable with the bears in there kicking issues well. We're gonna find out. I guess dan i don't i don't know anything about the kicker. I don't know <hes> i don't know who he is. I don't know what's going on. I just hopefully score touchdowns down tonight and i won't be an issue. Do you consider kickers football players. Yes they're they're important. I mean if you got a good one. I was very fortunate to put robbie gold for probably ten years or eight nine having two years here in chicago and he was good. You know we always knew when the game was online. Rally was gonna make it so it's a huge <hes> confidence confidence thing as well but yeah you live football player and he was practice everyday working his tail off like everybody else. He's the hall of famer brian urlacher joining us on the program. If you're facing mitchell trubisky what would you want him for him to do. Ooh that's good. I don't wanna i don't want him to beat us with his legs but <hes> you know what he's done. A good job is getting rid of the ball. Quick towards season there <hes> coach now you put them in some situations where they got rid of the ball pretty quick and i think this year is gonna. He's gonna be even better. <hes> one more. You're in the system with <hes> kodak. Tutelage is getting a little better this year and being <hes> being a quarterback. They were drafted yeah. I'm just curious when you're playing against these quarterbacks quarterbacks you. You have a game plan. Obviously who's the guy that you just said no matter what our game plan was. It didn't matter how well well you know. There are no defense during everytime these quarterback drew brees is great. <hes> obviously tom brady payton was great air and brent. They know what defense you're in every single time and now with all the fix nap counts they. Do you know move their leg. They start moving around back there. So you think they're gonna snap it then they don't and you you show your hand you what defense and that's what they want so yeah <hes> but how how does how defeating is it when you're at the line of scrimmage and all of a sudden brady looks over and he calls out exactly what you guys are in in in in -sarily say. They're in this coverage. I think just say <hes> blah blah blah. I don't pay attention. I got enough crap going on inside of all worry worry about what they're saying so <hes> you know they just know and they do it now. They work the play clock so well they get themselves fifteen seconds or whatever and then they'll change it to right before the ball snapped and you're stuck in a bad defense you miss hitting somebody no heck no every once in a while i crashing my mountain bike and that reminds me of how how much how i felt on mondays after football games <hes> your reaction when you saw gronk decided not to come back and then certainly andrew luck i mean it's a violent game that and even when you get healthy. It's not like you go. Oh let me go back to playing football. That's why i was unhealthy in the first place applaud applaud. Both you know <hes> win. Three super bowls great career probably the best tight end of alzheimer's in the in the in the conversation as well <hes> andrew luck. I was super happy for him. You know you just just to go and he's gone through and he's never felt healthy. It's a bad cycle to get into where you just can't get yourself healthy and you're fighting all the time to get back on the field. You're never when you when you're not unhealthy. It's frustrating so i <hes> i applaud them both for doing that. Make it out. It's a hard decision to make. How would you feel carli. Lloyd was kicking for your football team pretty solid. She wants to kick a fifty five yarder yeah but you know i it was also but she had like a fifteen yard head. Start running on the ball. That's true that's true. I mean it should made it. Don't give him an n._f._l. So you have like one point two seconds to kick the ball or you're going to get blocked or it's going to get you're gonna get tackled if you're the kicker so i if you if you get your timing right <hes> should be great but man. She drilled out there but also everybody all which she not gonna tackle anybody. When's the last time you talked about a kicker and you said oh but can tackle anybody like you know the zendejas gramatica tackling anybody no. I think one of those guys get hurt so dramatic atika did i'm not worried about my my kicker attack of the other issues you know so. I'm not worried about that guys on coverage. You have to make those plays. What is the value of the running back in today's n._f._l. If you gotta go where it's a big deal you know and a lot of teams do it by committee now because there are so many good ones you know and you have the what the five or six really a good ones but <hes> i mean it's invaluable. I mean if you can run the ball. It's such a big. I think with the situation in in dallas. I'm i'm glad they got it done. I think he's such a big part of that office and what they can do the play action game and <hes> just he just starts everything for him <hes> forty one and a half sacks twenty two interceptions. I think you're one the five players in history who have had at least twenty interceptions in forty sacks. Ray lewis is on top there with thirty one interceptions receptions forty-one you have the same number of sachs's ray lewis okay. What does that mean. I don't know i'm well wait. Oh you mean he has the same name the number of taxes. I do what you meal yeah that might that oh yeah okay look. Did you measure yourself against rate like you. You have to feel you're you're better than ray louis right like in your mind so there was there was some seasons why i played there and there was some seasons he played better. I just <hes> but of course you compare yourself to the best players in the game while you're playing. I you know i would of course after every game. I what do we. He and i talked about this. The hall of fame is he would do the same thing he could be like all right. What do i do this game or and i go back and look at his stats stats and it's hard to tell because n._f._l. Stats are so skewed with tackles because they don't count. You know i'd make a taco in our guy like oh land bridge on the taco making wait. Wait wait during the play. After you tackle somebody you can hear the p._a. Guy of course you know whether you're on the road at home. You can hear the guy saying oh last briggs. I'm like wait a minute. That was me uh-huh those tackle numbers a little skewed but <hes> you i look for the big place the socks the fumbles caused the pick stuff like that but i definitely always checked on his stats. That's plus. I was a fan of ray. You know he's a great player. Obviously you remember your last interception was against to matt hasselbeck. Okay let me right in the chest and your last sack was against man is a good one. <hes> i do not know. I didn't have that information. I'm just i'm trying to think. I don't think i had a second twenty twelve. Which is my last year. Eleven math had a couple. I don't know i'm asked a question by the way <hes> the most important question. How's the hair. The hair sweet going good yeah. It's across so fast you know when i was a kid my hickory really fast and i was always annoyed because they had to get a haircut like every four days. I felt like because i like short and now i feel like i'm with the same boat again. Y y you gotta get a haircut like my wife's like you need a haircut. I just gotta haircut so so <hes> you know stressful with their the bus. The hall of fame bus doesn't have hair right it does not do. I didn't play football with her. I know i know i. I didn't know if you said hey. This is how i wanna look from now on. No no no no. I want to be remembered how i looked when i played yeah you. I don't think he would have been as bad ass looking if you had hair back then there's long as i play the same who cares. I'm just saying the intimidation part like. I don't know i'm going to hell with anyway. The way that the matter but when you when you don't see are faces are here when you take your helmet off on the sidelines or you sleep the guys from side. I look bad ass looking at fifty five yards away over there those helmet off and he's bald. Did you ever envy clay matthews in his hair. No i used to houston. I mean so back use a spray. The water on his face and his hair always floated around i used to i usually get annoyed cleveland. We played it. 'cause it was annoying. It's good to talk to you have fun with the first these ceremonial i wager sandals sportsbook at blue chip casino hotel and spa michigan city indiana indiana which opens today dan thank you buddy brian urlacher hall of famer joining us he he interviews he answers questions the way he played aide fast he. It almost feels like he's on a on a shot clock. You have twenty five sacks and forty. Okay yeah cool and so what urlocker last sack tom brady. It's pretty good if we don't bring that topic of with them because he got hooked by brady on that play. Oh yeah yeah well. We yeah we. We told him about them. He he's a little sensitive about that. I remember when brady did that. I was like i think i was saying you know for all of us. Who aren't athletic like look at that like it was awesome. It's like he faked urlacher one way and then went the other and locker so shocked that yes that entire experience happened. He just got froze. That's the is that the greatest run of brady's life the only well then he had the the end of the mist pass reception. The super bowl like that was one of those where i'm saying tom you're out there. You know we're with you. You're one of us. Catch the damn ball. Damn ball tom yeah and then foles catches his but it's like tommy can't throw and catch giselle is right. He can't catch he can throw but he can't catch all right. Play of the day is coming up next here on the dan patrick show. 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Losing my religion foxsports exports ill with the call michael lorenzen a pitcher homers in the eight then goes gets the win and then play center field first player to earn a win as a pitcher pitcher hit a home run and play in the field in the same game since babe ruth. Did it play brought to you by dollar. Shave club everything. You need to get ready in the morning. Everything just five dollars. Their ultimate shaved starter said right to your doorstep. Get yours at dollarshaveclub dot com slash patrick eric. I don't know why losing my religion. What am i missing on that is let's pithy <hes> match up there that we try to do with songs and i don't know mario. This is marios marios john. Mario says i'm being told sources close to me that mario doesn't know why he chose. R._e._m.'s losing my religion. Mario mario likes the song that's why he put it in there. Okay speaking music. I just put in a new sound system here in the man cave it's awesome. We're going to christen the studio. The man cave with a song here coming up top of the is this thing jammed try it. It's it's a concert got up to allow all man these j._b._l. Speakers are kick-ass all right the first song that we play in the man cave. Go around the room. Seton will start with you. There's only one choice okay and i'm really i'm really only doing this to make certain the little boy happy all right. He's he's tom sawyer. The only choice okay got a point army had to recuse myself okay mclovin. There's it's too obvious so rush hour. It's gotta be start me up by the rolling stones of course that's the only first song for anything ever really oh my god throughout the history of time. Everybody start everything with us on you. Got baited mclovin evaded you. That was a bonus exactly go for it so for catholic i was kinda hoping for it takes two rob ace d._j. Easy raw okay. That'll get us all pumped up. I was thinking of zeppelin. Maybe dan dan dan. You were brought to the m._c. fees. I don't think i've ever heard this on. This feels like a a wedding reception song. That is what i'm talking about. This is what i'm speaking to an referring about no not this iraq. No no no no how about good times no not stairway to heaven. That's good really yeah that it's still sound great. You know this is still it's a great rock and roll song that it starts out as a slow song and then you're looking at your data across the room and then when you meet her on the dance floor and you start dancing but then it goes into you know there's rock and roll in this song skip ahead aw man yeah. Do you have good times bad times. Their meaning needs something. That's just that's not fair who knew that they meet friday. I know what are we doing meet friday need and leading no no no no not rambler now cashmere <hes> oh oh oh you don't have to go all right good times bad times. It'd be the one all right <hes> <hes> so. We'll play that top. We'll christen the new sound system in here. Yes we got more stuff if you want to get fired. I need to know when we're starting meet friday. Do we start date for traeger meet. Friday songs don't think so well. Why don't we come up with okay okay. I thought you said in in september we were going to start in the fall and i own the fall. I'm pumped up by this on adler with my head on the phone. I still can't get over when we did seventh inning stretch. At wrigley and fritzy even microphone wasn't on was singing as if he was like in his eyes closed and he was swaying era so into the take me out to the ball. I decided that no one else for me and the fans and wrigley field and then on your microphone wasn't on a week bill belichick is fired up. He's fired up for football and here's the patriots head coach yesterday. After all these years they'll football football season all the things that go with it yeah. That's it. That was his entire answer right there. Yeah who doesn't want to play for a motivator that you normally don't hear boy belichick grave gate gave a great pregame speech there like you rarely rarely hear that <hes>. Let's go out there and get them all right. I like football. I like football season and all the things that come with it. What are what are the did anybody asiatic. What are the other things that come along with it watching film flannel shirts pumpkin spice. I like tailgating. I like to get my drink. They get crooked army. Navy jello shot jello fireball fireball days. I like to do body. Show mafia jump tables kick-ass bills. It's bill bill mafia. It's after make make named after me. Buffalo bills named after me coming up next hour. Maurice jones drew on loan from the n._f._l. Network how many touches does he think. Ezekiel elliott will get. Is that the one position where you don't need any action during preseason running back n._f._l. 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CBS 2 News PM Update 012021

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CBS 2 News PM Update 012021

"I'm marie saavedra the stories making news at this hour. Joe biden is now president. Joe biden former president. Donald trump is now in florida but before he left office. He pardoned the brother of bears hall of fame linebacker. Brian urlacher casey or locker. Casey was charged with participating in an illegal gambling. Ring some restaurants just outside of chicago will open for indoor dining tomorrow covid. Nineteen numbers are getting better and will and kankakee counties allowing them to lift the indoor dining ban chicago schoolteacher delegates meeting this afternoon and they may be talking strike. The teachers are upset with the timeline for kids to resume in person learning sources. Tell us they may take a strike. Vote turning to our weather tonight. Breezy mostly clear with a low of twenty eight tomorrow mostly sunny but still windy. You can join us on. Cbs to chicago dot com for news updates around the clock. I'm marie saavedra.

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B.I.G. Interview  Brian Urlacher, 1st Round Hall of Fame Linebacker

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16:49 min | 4 months ago

B.I.G. Interview Brian Urlacher, 1st Round Hall of Fame Linebacker

"This is brian. How colorado buffaloes writer for the buffs zone and you're listening to the whole show on thirteen ten kfi faa thirty minutes after the hour. Welcome back to the show. It's the whole show powered by pd energy or live from the article asian specialist studios and it's an absolute honor to bring this next guest on the program. We're going to be talking to brian. Urlacher hall of famer first ballot hall of famer eight time. Pro bowler terrified all broncos fans and any fans of the nfl for very very long time. I'm going gonna talk a little bit to brian about football of course but about pork. Brian appreciation. day. As well. Brian my friend. Thank you so much for for being on the show today here. Thanks for having appreciate it. Yeah anytime we got. We got to try to do this. More often. broncos fans would wanna know here in colorado. Of course you know what was far guys like peyton manning jay cutler we gotta talk a little bit about some of those quarterbacks. You went up against the many years. Of course the super bowl. That was a battle back then. My friend battle he went. Obviously some great quarterbacks played in denver you know think we played them an oath jake. Plumber was still there and I got. I think we played them once when i was doing before they got into chicago we played them in chicago. And it'd be we'd be like thirty five to thirty three or something like that and ever played them when payton was i think i was long on for over forty. Got there but just some good quarterback and what a great place to play football you gonna. We played there a few times over my career and the fans. Believable and the album elevations is no joke. We find out real quick playing their bad out to get. I was gonna ask you that next Because the broncos players they get used to it and they're like oh come on. Yeah but you tell me. What's that like and windy. You start feeling that. So i i. I played college in albuquerque albuquerque as well and so you know if i'd have been there have been okay but if you don't practice in it and that first quarter you're just your chest is burning. I say there. It was freezing. When you're quite close. Games ever played in december and it was freezing. My chest felt like it was exploding. It was horrible so definitely an issue you know especially if it's cold weather you feel in your chest but it's just amazing how you never think as you're in great shape you know there during season you never think about to get you. There's definitely a difference. And what was it like. How about this one getting that goal jacket. I ballot hall hall of famer doubt in anyone's mind when when your name was up that list few years a couple of just a couple of years ago this talk to us about that moment for you. Is that from the beginning of your career. Was that a goal. Or were you more like i just wanna play football and here i am. I just wanna live football. That was my goal. When i i just wanted to get to play. Nfl not not. That wasn't my goal. When i got to college but better in the bigger got the fast i got the more i realized that'd be an opportunity for me but you know in in the nfl. Just trying to hang around for ten. If i could you know there though and and stick around for a while. And i just you know i got better and better over. My career had some great great coaches some great teammates. And just you know. I was able to number one stay healthy. It's hard to stay healthy. Nfl that's your quarterback because you don't get hit but For other players out fortunate to stay healthy long enough. Stay on the field but getting that go. Jacket was pretty dang. Cool wait a great class. Brian dawkins ex ex bronco went in with us. Terrell ray Randy moss just. An awesome class had a chance to go in with you. I love that you said that to. You can't hit quarterbacks especially now you were in that status to by talking to. Brian urlacher first ballot hall of famer. We're going to get into some more about pork rind appreciation day. But you were in that two thousand two thousand twelve The defenses were starting to change. It was starting to get throughout your career. Really talk about the challenges because i mean it has spanned. You're changing so many different coverage rules and you're really protecting the quarterback. Now it's way different but talk to us a little bit about that. It's frustrating to watch now honestly because of all the rules. It's it's really frustrating to watch defensive players try to try and make plays i feel the corners because they They got no chance. They can't touch them. they can't hit him. But you know towards the end of my career where he started protecting the quarterback even more than they do. It's frustrating for me. Because i like why not protected you line when protect our. Db's from guys throwing it their knees you know. It drives me crazy. Well i'm in custody. Lyman and his necas are okay. Well that's what. I begged his will eventually. I guess that's the way the nfl it's added but that just drives me crazy the way the rules are balanced towards the office. I know i get it but an player. I like to our guys protect a little bit as well. I don't know if it's gonna be blasphemy here. If i mentioned this guy but former pack packer right clay matthews was it two years ago. I mean to me. It's like four. You know you know what i'm talking about. Go matt it was terrible. Yeah yeah form tackle. i mean. isn't that what you teach them. And then suddenly he gets playcall. He puts his hand up. He's like. I don't know what to do anymore. I guess just try not to hit them. You know i have somebody get a roughing the passer on a sack quarterback and he got the pastor the call on a sack i just don't i don't understand the rules. Sometimes it's i know it's it's protecting people for the health of the game. I get it. I understand it. I don't have to like it though. It's just frustrating to see some penalties called called third and ten thousand and fifteen trying to get out the seal and then make one of those calls that are that kind of the outcome of the game and for a guy like you. I mean obviously a sound linebacker one of the greatest linebackers to play the game. But you were hard hitter and now you look at you. Look at guys that we have. Kareem jackson safety for the broncos. I mean this guy makes his living hitting really really hard changing on the outcome of games. How i'm just curious. Is that enter your mind. Did that into your hand. I gotta be careful here on this play or when action starts. Are you even thinking of that stuff. I think now you have to be cognizant of it. When i played it. Never crossed my. I don't feel like. I try to hit guys in the helmet sometimes choice. If you're planning a position sometimes if you're going to have someone you're gonna have to take them where you can get it but now you kind of have to think about that and it's so hard to think about that because they're supposed second decisions you have to change your point you know based on where the guy's going to be or you think he's gonna be an if you missed a penalty and like i said could cost you fifteen yards and your team a fine or a suspension. So it's hard for these guys now playing football. That's yeah i can't imagine. We're talking to brian urlacher first ballot hall of famer or of course one of the one of those great chicago bears so many great players and bryant has got to be cool to obviously you chicago. I mean one of the richest histories and football but to be one of those guys so many great great coaches and players. You know when you get there. I grew up in mexico. So i didn't know a lot about the various when i got there. I i quickly learned about the tradition and how it works and just the way our fans love defense. You know like i said. I didn't watch him growing up a buck. A single adult georgie. Learn quickly about those because means it always talking about especially. If i know linebacker they always bring it up and i never felt like i was. I was like why are you. Compare me to them. Because they're in the hall of fame i. I'm i'm a rookie. I'm a second year guy really haven't played in football to be in that category. I feel better about it now with the way ended up but early on you. Just you know. It's hard to live up to those expectations. Because you know we don't know what they're trying to compare you to well like you said to start the segman you know you. You weren't necessarily looking at hall of fame right off the bat. I don't know a lot of players but you new mexico you know we. Of course we cover a lot of colorado state not a lot of goods. Make it to the nfl from there either. But you're seeing guy like shaq barrett with tampa bay. I mean it's rare. So i mean you gotta be like royalty with new mexico because there's not a lotta. Nfl guys coming out of new mexico these days. You'd be surprised before before. I got the nfl. We have like two or guys drafted each last the previous four years before i got drafted first round. But you know we had some guys that would go third fourth round. They play six seven years. So that's pretty. Good that out in happy with that honestly to my career. But i was like. I stayed healthy happy about i stay with the same team. I hope career. I thought that was pretty cool to be able to do that. And coming from the mountain west. You just don't know what's gonna happen. There's some good teams out there. But we're kind of get overlooked because maybe the conference you're playing people don't think it's as good as the big or the pac twelve or any of those conferences like sec navy but we we got the players out there hidden gems right. I mean that's kind of what we hear these colorado state guys to and of course new mexico Michael gallup the kids from colorado state. Yeah absolutely he's good. I'm a huge fan of. Here's i'm a great fan are still famous areas. But i like what he doesn't if about these days are so many solid receivers there for a while. I mean a lot of wide receivers turn and warren jackson now at that point but rams fans are gonna love that you just dropped to michael gallup line there man. I mean they're gonna. You're gonna watching football. I want to get to this to a portrait appreciation. Day here in just a moment but watch football college. Football obviously crazy now. You got some things that just started last week. He got some teams. That are you know halfway done with their season. It's very difficult to keep up. it doesn't really feel. Is it fair to say. It doesn't really feel legit quite this year. It's definitely different. That's for sure. I'll say that but at least they're playing. You know you go from the live. Seems like aren't gonna play this year at least having some think. The kids are excited about that. The conferences saga interesting. What you can get this season so weird. It's a weird year. They've done the best. They can trying to get kids out there on the field and play and keep them healthy so i guess just take what you can get and be happy about it. Yeah yeah no doubt about do you keep up with. Are you watching watching this. Team's doing nick foles quarterback controversy. I haven't watched them play this year. Honestly i during the pandemic. We kinda got into a routine of doing things like sundays like that so haven't really washington football sunday. Say the truth i. I did watch. Monday night Last night and last week. I love the announcers on monday night this year by the way. They're so great. Man steve levy. Louis riddick in brian greene ex Bronco brian greasy. So it's a they do such a good job. i like. there's so much more positive than the new years past. I watched like. I said. But i actually haven't watched the baseball yet but hopefully there during the season i will ask you then since you watch monday night football. How do you feel jets. Fans today are saying. Hey we're glad we won. Baby we want. How do you view that as a player yet. No no saying we wanted to lose. Excuse me did win. Ago defeated disagree no player in this league today. What they're happy to lose a game or in that league that if they do they're lying and there's no tanking. I just have a hard time believing their players. I'm gonna go out there and one hundred percent and try and win every game. i just. It's hard for me to believe that it doesn't matter what your record is your price on the line every game. You know you wanna show good. You are what you can do. So they're gonna play hard. You can't brian. I know you guys have had so many successful seasons. Did you ever come close to that. Would with coaches ever were hinting at some kind of deal like that. No member no. I think so my rookie year. We were So we were one in seven after eight games one game. We ended up five and eleven four and four last two games the next year. We go thirteen three. So i just think you're kind of building building momentum and it was exact same thing loss was rookie changes but we. We got a year older. You know we got a little better. And i think you know what's going to relay into if if you give up you're not gonna know but i think we carried the momentum from my in my second and there's no guarantees right. I mean quarterbacks second and third and be monsters guys taken first pick overall can can fizzle out after four seasons created how that works. I don't know like the draft of such a crapshoot. You have no idea what you you know what they do in college. But that's not the. Nfl used on health and stuff like that. But look at russell wilson when he. Tom brady obviously did reading job. He was drafted class. And but russell third or fourth round pick is one of the best quarterbacks. Nfl yeah it's it's insane. You're exactly right. We're talking to brian urlacher. First ballot hall of famer Pork rind appreciation day. Brian tells a little bit about this. And obviously now the lead up to the celebration is just crazy with all the everything going on in two thousand twenty right. It's a it's on superbowl sunday. But you know the the pork rinds recipe. Probably it up with The great aunt grade. So i'm a huge fan of i was Go stick i started great aunt gracie for years ago. But it is. It's all the players are guys who play twenty thirty years ago. Who don't get benefits now at the players. Do you know they didn't get insurance. They didn't get the retirement and they've got all he to wherever he can to help them and raise money actually bring awareness to their situations. You know you'd asked me when i played i. I had no idea that bunch of guys are going through the health issues. They were going through the mental issues. just or financial issues because they make money that the players are making now so most of its ground grades trying to bring awareness to the players. That played long before kind of the way for us. I i've heard you talk about this too before brian. You know like you said man. I mean players years ago. The money wasn't what it was like. When you're playing especially now it's crazy. Yeah the players make good money now they aren't. I believe that out. There deserve the money they get paid. There's no doubt about gotten in my mind but the older guys the guys who didn't make the money that they're making now and they didn't have the benefits you know. They didn't get the insurance. They didn't get the Whatever there's a concept that the players get now that they didn't get back then. So i think just trying to help those much as we can is a good thing for the for ten and the game yeah no doubt about pork rind appreciation. Day as you said super bowl sunday. You're i know you're pork rind. Fan they're so good so i realize they're healthy for you. So they're they're they got protein and carbs in there My wife's gluten free so they're gluten free. They got there on the kito diet. There's so many good they were pretty. I guess i didn't always eat them because Because i care about the protein arrived at tastes. Good to me man. We're different As well which is a good thing. Yeah no i'm with you man. I'm a big fan and then just learn more before the interview and of trying to learn a little bit more about the day itself the appreciation. You're right they're they're actually not bad for you at all. They're not bad at all. You know if you're gonna be the ballgame good for you. Yeah yeah. I can tell you. It's great to well. Hey brian how many times in an interview. You and i haven't even asked yet so i'm proud of myself. The hair thing right. How many times do you get asked about hair much anymore early on when i first got the procedure done. It was a whole bunch. I think it's been five or six years now but now i think i'm used to it now. That doesn't really doesn't bother me or don't think about it. I guess but Not as much as you would think surprising. I mean everyone pictures me obviously for my playing. Now you'd be like who. Is that guy. brian. I mean you're you're one of those guys that can pull you pulled off the ball. Look man i mean you look for. Our stories had the to davidson the front. I was like. I need to say my terrible. So i I just went ahead and did that but you know once i got my hear back. My wife was like it. Looks good so took was telling me one time i was like. That's all right. i love it. I shaved my head once. I lost the bet here on the show march madness and my wife was terrified. Me for about three weeks it hands about if your head's not ten look like a cue ball would've got a little bit of a tangled up there. You can kinda pull it off. And i'm a very pasty pasty. White male ideal. Look very caspary if you will you. Brian is there anything else. We need to know man about pork right appreciation. Day as you mentioned gridiron greats information where people can learn more about this Grant greatest obviously a great wanna to go to check out what they're trying to do and raise money so these ex players in southern recipes is awesome as well. The people who are partner partnered up with With a good grades. They're both doing great things and the pork rinds. Stay simply go by some. They really good. I'm going to do the show starring by this time so talking about foods to kill them carving permanently. Prion appreciate you. Man is an absolute thrill to get you on your show and loved the time. Has brian urlacher first ballot hall of famer talking about pork right appreciation day. Pretty pretty cool there get them on for something of course talk about it but a great great guy fun interview. Forty six minutes after the hour. We're gonna take a quick break when we come back. Let's get into well. Let's talk about how you got some good news with the bears. Bodey hume continuing to make headlines in the big sky conference. So we'll talk about that. I wanna get on all this. Nba stuff coming up with. Chris dempsey so we have a lot to hit. This is the whole show powered by energy or live from the automation specialist studios. Don't go anywhere. it's a party in northern colorado voice. 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"Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher & The NFL Virtual Draft"

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"Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher & The NFL Virtual Draft"

"The sportscaster and her son is brought to you by Elektra. Flex a global leader in electrical conduit for over sixty years makers of Flexible conduit electrically connecting our world. Do Hello everybody and welcome to the sports caster and her son where sports bridges the gap between the generations on your host Peggy Kaczynski Twelve Time Emmy Award Winning Sports Caster at NBC Chicago and the baby boomer. I'm Jason I'm the generation and I don't know like I'm a writer bussing brackets former students saying they nations college prep rising freshmen at. Ut Austin and. I'm Peggy son and you're you're yawning. Tired tired tired have done nothing but lay around the house for two and a half months now being shelter. Plano what I've I think I've done a pretty good job of getting out being out and about Trying to make the most of not being in school and my last summer home now the officially I am going to school. I know that I'll be on campus starting on August. Twenty six up until Thanksgiving so I'm just trying to make my time back home Some days are a relaxing. And I don't really beat myself up about it because we're in a worldwide pandemic But I think I've done a good job of within the realm of being safe and sanitary making the most of my time off. I have done some walking. I had foot surgery the week before like five days before everything shut down so I actually had eight weeks plan of recuperating so I started walking last week I have found more places in Illinois to walk than I ever realized were available. And they're they're not far from our home. Why don't you come out and do a little exercise with me? I'm good you're the only one in the family that does not work out. Well I think I'm okay with with my body structure I pick. I'm giving myself a lot of room to gain weight my freshman year of College Counting on the freshman yeah. It's not like I've anybody that I need to impressive how I look so. I'm just kind of doing what I WANNA do. I'm staying productive though I'm writing a little bit. I'm getting all my peoria. Tation work done. Got All my senior projects in and help out the senior slide show so it's not like I'm just kind of sitting on my ass all day but at the same time. I'm I'm doing what I WANNA do. All right so in this episode the twenty twenty virtual draft and the midst of a pandemic. Somehow the national league figured this out how to bring optimism and creativity to this annual passage this I covered the NFL draft for almost seventeen straight years combined from the days when I was a production assistant and an associate producer at ESPN in Bristol covering the NFL. Draft Back in the Bristol Studios All the way to my years at NBC TV in Chicago so I love the NFL draft. I absolutely right. It just brings you so much. It's exciting to see what the teams are going to do. Is Exciting to see where the players are are going I loved. I cannot tell you how much I loved the virtual draft. I loved the commissioner being in his basement. I absolutely felt that it kind of broke down those barriers that you're in an ivory tower Although there was a kitten clings burs Amazing Mansion Arizona. Okay so that was a bit of an ivory tower but like you felt more at home with these people you whether it was the coaches and it was Matt Nagy and his his basement walls plastered with his two thousand eighteen all his play call sheets. Did you see the two thousand and nineteen sheets? I if I had the opportunity to I don't think I'd want to workout point there in the what did you think of the. What did you did? You like how it was done will personally. I love the draft. I loved the NFL draft. I loved the NBA draft. Because I'm a big college sports fan especially college football and most importantly college basketball so On Day One. I know I know everybody's name I've seen mostly everybody play And that's why I still thought day to watch three. So follow along. Caesar guys have been watching for two three four years love seeing some TCU players get picked and taxes players get picked. But I just love seeing where the guy is especially for college basketball for the NBA draft guys. I've I've watched so much throughout the year. See where they're going to end up in the? Nfl draft is well especially with the skill players. It's really really fun to see where they land where he thought they were going to land the year before and I thought that the virtual presentation was it was just right on stride I thought that he was a little unnecessary. Some of the commercials on is going to be the most viewed spectacle in sports next to the last dance. What do you mean having too many commercials? I thought I thought that. With the absence of a in person presentation that the Announcement of the picks would be more CL- closer together I've no complaints. The draft started at about seven and ended at about ten. Forty five. Which is pretty typical. There is no absence of film. No absence of analysis. It was just it was it was a draft was real. It was just the draft and it was fun to watch and it was interesting and it was cool to keep track of and it really gave me something to train my mind on fixing my mind on for three days so they said that next year they'll be back to. Where were they supposed to be this in Vegas next year? They'll be in Cleveland in the year. After THEY'LL BE IN VEGAS OKAY. So are we passed the red carpet or we pass the. Guy Green Room really use those moments produce some of the most iconic images five years down the line. There's an image of Lamar Jackson sitting in the green right on day. One of the twenty seventeen two thousand eighteen Nfl draft where. You're just sitting there kind of bored. And then he ends up being the MVP steer their outfits of some guys like Lebron. James Outfit is very iconic trae young wearing the other year those are NBA draft NFL draft. They were supposed to do or the players are taken on a boat across the water onto the stage. Which is GONNA be incredible so no we are by no means pass that the draft is still very profitable event in person. Everybody in the city wants to go to the event. I remember news in Chicago a couple years ago. You actually had to enter in a of water. Yeah in order to go in the lottery filled up. That's something that People WanNa go to people. WanNa to support their teams. People WANNA see history be made so we are by no means. Pass that at all. The players will agree that that's one of the most memorable experiences of being a pro athlete. The fans the exact. Everybody loves it so you have you had some of those moments you had iconic moments like. Who was the player that was in his bathrobe on his couch? That was pretty funny. You had let me think Mike. Abeles son on the toilet in the background. Which for the record. He said he was not actually on the toilet that he was sitting on a kitchen stool next to his mom but there were still great moments. There were really some really fun. Funny moments so maybe they can combine some of those elements and that wrong has to be installed. I don't think that one of the the something that won't be taken away from this crisis is that we don't need the in person analysis because we if we've learned anything it's still goes a lot smoother like that. It's much better to have four people in Studio and and people live at the arena at the stadium announcing these things analyzing so no. I don't think that this is GonNa be a thing where it's like. Oh well we don't have to do this because anything that the NFL can profit off of especially if the season is affected by the pandemic. And they're going to lose money they're absolutely going to try to profit off no matter what so. I don't think that this is going to be a poster child for drafts to come. I think this is GonNa be a bright spot of what was done well during pandemic which we hopefully never have to revisit. Well maybe like they do outs. What's the show where it's Training camp with the team hard knocks. Thank you hard knocks. Maybe they pick one team year and they get to do some at home stuff. There's going to be a camera at the head coach or maybe a current players homes something like soon so the problem with doing a hard knocks type situation for draft. Preparation is if you look at one. WanNa players drafted. They don't stick with the team for their entire career. So you're going to see some things like executives and coaches determining picking between a player and a player and say player a gets picked over player. Be Player be becomes a free agent in four years and they know that that certain team passed up on them. Knowingly had this debate and knowingly chose to pick another player player that could end up being a lesser players so. I don't think that team is going to sign off. Something potentially get in the way of a relationship with a player wants a hit free agency and plus they also don't want they don't want to divulge all their secrets of how they make decisions for. Sure I get that but I'm thinking more in terms of the access behind the scenes like maybe on draft night they pick one team that allows a camera like at the home of Matt Nagy or Ryan Pace or kyle long or something like that so that I hope that they keep it up so speaking of the bears. what did you think first of all? Everyone wondered whether or not they were going to draft a quarterback because there were so many quarterbacks available this year because look. Here's the reason Jason when Ryan Pace came and I was covering the team. He said that he would. He would be okay with trapping a quarterback every single year because that was always the way the packers did it right in the saints and he didn't and instead it was the packers trading up for Jordan love. I'm afraid to say what were they thinking. Because you look back and Aaron Rodgers was a nobody Aaron Rodgers. His Age at the moment is the age that Brett Farve was when the packers picked Aaron Rodgers. So this is pretty much. The packers organizational trajectory. This is what they do is a as a group They're just breeding young talent. I thought that it was somewhat of a smart move. But if you're going to draft the heir apparent Aaron Rodgers it wouldn't be Jordan love who through all those interceptions last year looked did not look apt at all to adjust the new system at Utah State. I watched thank you wake force week one. And he looked awful. He looked terrible. He's got a great army. Makes great throws but I I didn't. I understood the concept of trading up and picking a quarterback but I did not understand picking Jordan love and I certainly do not understand going seven rounds out drafting a wide receiver when you have one of the weakest wide receiver and actually offensive skill players in the entirely. I didn't understand that at all. They drafted a running back. I believe in the second round that made no sense to me. They drafted running back the year before index for Williams from Notre Dame who just didn't play at all so the packers. They bought the draft. That you brought up Jordan Lavin. I think it'd be a great quarterback in the NFL. I do didn't he has all the tools you need to be in the right system I feel like we said that about everybody. Just based on the eye test It wasn't the packers. Did Not do a very good job. As for the bears yeah. Nfl is the one League of the four Major Sports Leagues where you draft need the NBA draft like a young tools. You player you draft a guy that you're gonNA wind in the League four five years from now Nhl You draft guys you develop as well the NFL draft for need especially rounds. One through three the bears dead sort of. I don't understand I understood the pick because I think that he's going to be a great versatile tight and that can do they can block. You can catch passes red zone threat but when you have a what is it. Ten eleven tight ends on the roster. It's a complete logjam. It's a complete logjam As for the Jalen Johnson Pick. I loved it. I loved it. I saw him play Utah. Watch him play against Texas and the elmo Bowl against in the PAC twelve championship. He's a great coverage cornerback Yeah where they got. I think it was Matt Miller from bleacher. Report said that he believes in a couple of years will become better than Kyle Fuller. I completely agree his ball skills. Excellent that was a great upgrade from Prince. Amukamara with the payers. DidN'T DO I. I don't understand waiting that long to draft wide receiver especially without Taylor Gabriel Mooney. Yeah you have Ellen Robinson who's going to have a great year regardless foods throwing the ball. He showed that last year had above average year. With one of the worst quarterback situations. I've ever seen in my life and Anthony Miller who one day. You're going to get hundred yards and two touchdowns out of him the other day he's going to be non-existent they really don't have a number two guy. I this was a this was the draft for wide receivers. A believe seven wides picked in the first round six or seven. We're picked in the first round and another five or six months in the second round and the bears just didn't take one. I don't get it at all. You don't have a true deep threat. You don't have a slot receiver. The well. It tells you that they had coal. Combat ranked much higher on their draft board than the wide receivers that were available. Well connecting in the no tight. I'm going off the board until like twenty five picks later just showed. This was not a good draft. Titans at all going into the year. It wasn't going to be a good drafter tight ends in it by the time the year is over it was even worse. Here's some of the big guys in Hopkins. From purdue had an awful year. He fell some of the other guys in Washington at a tight. On Austin Bryant did not have a good year so it's not a good draft tight end so I don't really get especially we signing Jimmy Graham. It was like the bears. Were almost being counterproductive in giving that kind of money to an old sort of washed up player Jimmy Graham and then you come back and with your first pick in the draft. You pick somebody the same position. You're not the Patriots. You're not going to run out this deadly two tight end set so i. I didn't get it and as for the question about picking quarterback now. I don't think that that would have been a wise call it all the top the upper echelon of the quarterbacks and it's draft borough. Tagaloa Herbert very good very good. Those are three guys are going start. They're going to be. They're going to be franchised quarterbacks. But everything else it's like Jalen hurts okay. I think he'll be equality backup. But they sh- they made the right choice passing up on him in the second round. Next year's draft should be solid for quarterbacks. There's trevor the bears if everything goes wrong and the quarterback situations awful and they completely tank this year. Then you're going to be able to get Trevor Lawrence next year. Potentially North Dakota state's got a great quarterback Sam Etlinger from Texas is is a good option so I just know the quarterback. I don't think that that would have been a wise pick at all this year round. That's why the draft is so fun because you never know until you know when they start playing. I don't if they're going to strike gold like they did back in two thousand with the ninth overall. Pick that was one of my first years covering the bears They got this guy. Six three two hundred fifty eight pounder fast. He was powerful agile. It was really weird like he played safety. He was a wide receiver at times. He was return guy. Oh wait a second yeah now. He's in the hall of fame. Brian Urlacher twenty years ago. And now he's joining us here on the podcast. Brian how are you? I can't believe that was twenty years ago. I was doing something like the bail out twenty years ago. I got a picture I was like. Oh my God I was. I was a baby so old. It's amazing how fast it goes by. I I just remember my rookie year. Like it was yesterday crazy. Peggy I was six four. I'm still pro by the way six quarters. I think seven eighths at the combine. Yeah so so. That's what you know what? Let's go to the combine because you know it's changed a lot in twenty years but take take me back to combine when you were there. I'm the whole story with whether you were going to run the forty or not. You had just put on weight right. You had put on like extra muscle since you're your last game your last college game and what was the story with you. Not going to run. Which most of the top ten pair wouldn't do take us back to how that all played out then everyone was was advised not to run because allegedly envy's track was slow. Everyone ranch slower times to combine. You know then go your produce and you run a ten faster wherever what Tile wasn't going around with advised not to run. It'd be or do anything actually because Just everything was slower there but and then I I was funny. I sat meeting with the bears and Cook Greg Washes in there and he goes. You'RE GONNA run. I go no ceremony. Goes what are you have to high? I was like what he goes. What are you hiding are? You're not fasting nine and I've been working out for three and a half months shape up four five or four. Whatever I I've Ryan goes. Why don't you when he goes? He gave me great advice. He goes every. Gm is here. Every coach is every scout. They're not going to be at your day he goes. I know you're planning on running but you're not gonNA get a chance. They have all these guys. Watch around the same day and the biggest stage as you are here. I was what I accepted the challenge and I I did everything else I was supposed to do. In running the fortieth floor five seven zero four five eight now my best forty But I you know I got there. I did it. I only improved my stock like everything. Now there's just everything about. The draft now is televised if you can watch every Event these guys do every. It's just it's not. There's no privacy. Well except for the meetings with teams which. I would love to be a fly on the wall for some of those meetings. What were they did? You know what position you would be playing in the NFL at that point. Did you know if you were going to be safety or if you were gonNA move to Linebacker I was sure I was eight pounds at the combine? Six forty fifty eight I was a decent safety in college. I just never got blocked and all I did was running the football. We had a position created for me and that defense and it worked pretty well for me but I was pretty sure I'd be a linebacker I was be sac A Lotta people compared me to a little bit bigger But obviously the transition was kind of hard at first going down linebacker you know. I struggled early on training camp beginning season and the the more guy but I in my mind I was always gonNA be a linebacker. Oh and by the way Greg blache when he was on the show he said if we did talk to you anytime soon to let you know that you're welcome because he earns you a lot of money by convincing you to run the forty at the crew run. I do appreciate that. Greg was the band and my first four years. Awesome playing for him. He taught me so much at a young age rookie. You don't know what to expect. You don't know what to do. And you know some guys are mean. Some guys are nice. Good Flash was always fair with me. It was like a father figure always fair but he was just fun to play for had had a good time playing for Greg and I got better better better one like the best kept secrets I think from fans standpoint is like the interview process and what teams contact you especially as a top ten prospects so Did you kinda figure going into the draft that you're going to go to the bears? Were there any other teams at You thought you'd end up with hyper projected number nine to the bears right when college football was over like in December or whenever the last game was rejected me to the bears right away. I was like what? Oh first of all I didn't they I'd be that drastic and like why would he anyway? There was another scenario that had going. I think number seven to the cardinals and eight up taking Thomas Jones. One of my teammates. Thank you cardinals for taking TJ and You know and then The bears also talked about taking PLAXICO. Burress if he was available at number and I can see your time and our offense was explosive back. Then they WANNA receivers thank goodness. Pittsburgh took Plex at number eight and I was there number nine so they. They luckily took me. Wow did you have any other interests outside of New Mexico? I mean I'm still stunned that you played at New Mexico. What's wrong with nothing? Nothing see this is what Ryan Beautiful. This is due to be question right back at me. You know enforce you to stay on toes you spend my school in the face off. Had No other offers when I committed to. Unm It was. I had I took one and a bunch of letters from vollers got layers of Cornell way. He's not good grades in high school but I Took and coach. Francioni's that off your scholarship. If you don't accept that right now we will get to. Somebody else was like I'll tell you you know. Obviously from a kid who didn't plan on going to College Footballer was just lucky to get anywhere out of his hometown. I was I was pumped. I was ecstatic. And then you're GonNa stay called me like Oh like you to come visit. I was like yeah. I'm already thank you though. No-one no-one recruiting no small schools offering scholarship. No other big schools I you know I I just think where I grew up with the school the chance to get a lot of people great though. I would not have changed anything about where I went to school or read who. I've played them. Tell me more about playing in New Mexico. What do you think the benefit of playing at a smaller school in terms of popularity and media companies? That's a great question because my my last my first to Labor coach Ranch House the linebacker. I was okay. I never I started one game I I use. I team tackles. My Sophomore started game and then my last year's rocky long came in. And you let me be a football player. I played receiver. I returned checks. I haven't checked. I played gunner on punt team. I played safety. I just did off player. I've averaged one hundred snaps. Game worn out after games but it. Just it allowed me to kind of showcase what I can do. Just being athlete out there and just be a football player which. I don't think if I go to a different school. I don't think that happens so Everything's kind of fell into place for me. I was able to showcase on the failed. Did I see that you actually had six touchdowns and nine looks your way when you were playing wide? Receiver that's unbelievable seven catches and six touchdowns and a call one one pass on it like a four hundred forty five. That was the down read. Don't guys like we throw me in a six four rounded up still when I was six or most of the DB's you know five eleven. Six foot are cornerback growed up and I go catch it. It was it was fun. That's why you had such good hands and you'd be so mad when you drop to pick. Ib that it always kills me like it. Really irked you when you would drop a pick. You had great hands. I felt like I really good hands and I didn't drop it. You know what Babich give me one drop pick one year. I didn't drive damn near impossible to check but I got a hand on it again. They're draw which pissed me off but I In the Games remember I practice time. I I there was something that went through my hands but I always had good hands. I don't know why I just I've prided myself and lance and I would do drills and we talked a little smack hands. Well well his land. I really GONNA hands through for a backer running back in high school and college. I just think you'll hand him. The ball young age also a little bit and the football at a young age fails little bit some of the favorite players that I've covered for the bears. Were backers. The linebacking core. I don't know what it is. They're just been so special with the bears One of my favorite guys was rosy Kovin and the year before you right and he. He was the starting Sam Becker and then is that right now he was. Oh No. You're right right but when they drafted me he was starting because the year before him. We had a guy Rico McDonald Rico. Remember Him Yep Rico was gone. Rosie was slotted to start that year and they drafted me and go ahead. I'll let you talk. No no no I was just GonNa say that to really for for Rosie. You were supposed to be at the SAM. Rosie really beat you out. Denney your rookie. Year and I figure let a fire under Rosie with that kind of threw me in. There haven't played San my entire life. Rosie was good man. I was watching. These hands are perfect placement. He wasn't super fast. But Rosie had a great first step had like big hit back to back ten back season Idea nobody put the NFL down but he taught me so much and he he did not like I because obviously for obvious reasons. They just threw me in there but and it'd Be Mad. I think the second week of preseason and they you know Berry up getting hurt week to put me a bike and there you go it was me work and Rosie starting there for a couple of years. Amazing one thing. I've noticed that worked out. One thing that I've noticed that how much of your accolades and the impact they hadn't football you tribute to your coaches so What can you say about Lovey Smith system throughout your career in Chicago Man Costa Rica System? They just gave me a chance to everyone. Talks about our cover to cover but we adjusted that year. It's benefit me. You know it was always known for for the will linebacker. Derrick Brooks down there in Tampa. Who did what he did. And that land was in our defense but we adjusted every year to kind of play to my strengths. I didn't I wasn't always running down the middle. Like the packers doing that defense. I could actually sit around last and make some place for you know for a quote unquote bend. But don't break defense. I Lotta tackles at the last scrimmage behind scripture sorted land and that's just because we were aggressive I love playing for him and I thought I played hard. You know I was like I was player. Who got to the football and was a high effort guy? Not they got there you know. I always ran the football before they got there but when they start pointed you out in meetings and around your teammates facing you you around the football I I know that much. I learned really quick. I didn't like being called out for an art team. Did any kind of competitor. You don't like that so we That kind of fire all of to get to the damn football and it worked. You know it's funny you say being the competitor that's one of people. Ask Me what you would like as a player you could just watch the film but as a personality. You really love to compete. You competed in computer. Whether you guys were playing those stupid games in locker room cappy sack or whatever you guys were playing there were so many tied rolled up a balls of tape that you guys were doing your super competitive and it reminds me Brian. Now that we're watching the last dance. Great is that can you relate to how competitive Jay was in his prime? Can you relate to that feeling? I can relate to it but I cannot be come anywhere close to type. He he didn't care to hurt people's feelings Riley. Michael One he. He knew how to motivate guys. And that's like all up around a few times you just gets in that mode. There's I get chills watching that show every week. I can't wait till Sunday night o'clock for I. Just I count the seconds down you turn it on and it's just it's amazing because the success they had number one and just the way he drove guys. You know it's amazing how much you got teammates. Respect for you know. Some Guy said he was a few choice words but he got he the thing that that's good for me last week. Was He said? I've never asked my teammates to do something that I would you know? I never asked them to do more than than I do. Whatever they would do I would do it or you know. They could see me doing it. Just it's phenomenal to watch the wording you used and how we challenges teenager brackets and I I. I don't really the are by teammates in the game. We screwed up astronaut. Blew my little bit of something somebody. Who's taking a game? We're practices you know that's football's different than basketball. We we don't have you know we. We change our game plan every week. So it's different but in the game or something happened. I'll be a little different. You know and Michael. Changed his game as he got older. It was amazing. I covered him in ninety. Two Ninety three was my first years back in Chicago and You know he was above the rim. He was an acrobat. It was really amazing to watch and then by the end of his career he was a great shooter. He was a great shooter. It's unbelievable to watch his body changes. Well older guy when he when he's figured out if you had to put some bus a lot you know for the for the Pistons but early on he did saying none of these guys us as can fly like he flew. I'm I'll go on and on about my day. But his decent like he played the these guys do now. It's it's amazing all NBA. Like what ten. Twelve Times demand the player of the year twice Just unbelievable to accolate each took different seriously. Scotty we'RE GOING TO CELEBRATE MAN. You put those two guys on your wing or your points. They're done they're not gonNA do anything And just the thing to me is every episode. Show one little thing that pissed Michael Off. That would that. Would you know you? Head coach Karl Wakabayashi restaurant. Yeah the guy from the bullet scoring thirty seven next guy my next month. Thirty six I ask. So it's just it's the things he would find a motivate him every game just to put him over the edge of. I guess when you when you're that good you gotta find things motivate you. It's just unreal to watch though as and then for us covering let me tell you something. They're still has been nothing like covering a bulls practice or a game with Michael Jordan. Scottie Pippin Denis Rodman. I mean it was rockstars. It was a hundred Brian. One hundred fifty media members at every practice you would have hated. That jumped off a bridge. I couldn't deal with that yet. You Watch after the Games. Everyone just wants but not just the media but I just the tension. He got everywhere. He went well deserved. Obviously but it had to drive crazy. It just live in a bubble manny. Couldn't go to the golf course can do anything. It was Crazy you played golf with them. Why what did he what I hear you know I in two thousand one? I wasn't very good back then. You probably shot high seventies. I shot by mid eighties. It wasn't a big gambling game because I was a little sissy back then. I didn't I didn't want to get beat up Michael in the Gulf War. There are a lot deeper than mine. Exactly other than golf would have you been doing to keep busy during this whole pandemic outbreak. Everything you know what luckily here in Arizona. We can spill outside and pretty much everything. So I'm outside every day or am I wrote Mike Tyson Day off the between Switch back and forth The biggest thing is the kids from school. You know that's different we try and there's my and they're all doing it on my my daughter who's a college student is doing on she goes to Ku. Kansas and she's GonNa Online. She's almost done in my two little ones Are Freshmen and eighth? Grade are just doing their review stuff on the computer. So that's the biggest difference but luckily here in Arizona. We can still go outside. We can play golf I know it's much much different than yeah is. We're finally getting some sunshine. But you know it's just that the the numbers keep going up and down up and down. Although our golf course Medina just opened so At least twosomes at least twosomes are going out. So that's good. So are you through one. Not so I actually either. I hate to say it but I'd rather have I know I know. Hey are you. Are you actually teaching your kids? No no no older kids about five years ago. There's advanced schooling now. And what they learn young age. Yeah I I. Don't even attempt to help them manage their if they ask questions. Ask my shoes genius in the family so skirt. She lines above. But we're going to go. Obviously nobody's ever really went through something like this before especially with all the sports on hold so if you were playing right now what would you be doing to prepare for the season assuming that there will eventually yes? That's a good question in twenty eleven that when we got locked out is that when there was a similar football wise there was no off season and there was no working out and I came in great shape too training camp. I just work on your own. You know you you've been around you. You're you're going from college. Nfl You know what it takes to get your body ready to play. You know if you're in shape you're not I I feel like most guys are professionals. And then we'll do the things they need to do to to Be ready but I would just work out on my own. I go workout everyone. I'd left out or I could would do something in my house lifting wise and then signed park which me happier plenty of and and just throwing a football drills And just get into the best shape to doors ready to go. You think input as a rookie. Some of these guys. How what are they gonNA miss out on if they're not able to have own camps in July if they're not able to get together I mean I guess you can do your zoom meetings doing dogs? I was actually doing with Babich linebackers last week for buffalo goats actually come back so I talked like twenty five minutes. And there's the meeting different. You know you can't the hands on stuff in the in the classroom. Stuff is is where that's why. He really the teaching. I think. And you know we'll see how much does helps know it's better than doing nothing. I all that much. Send the bears now. Do you still keep up with them. Your own yeah for sure I mean. I'm a huge fan I I love the love. What they're doing now Jesus Pacers job with them. Yeah I'm I'm a huge fan. You know beverage yesterday. Come on like bullet Bob. I still love this to Halloween story with peanut. Tillman and the tell us what happened. That's still one of the funniest. These are one of those like behind the scenes with that are just Jackie clarity. Bob Lived in the same neighborhood with John. Abraham as well so bobbitt coaches work every night so I think it was like nine thirty and Nancy. Bob's life has been in contact with peanut today. He's on his way home. So get ready so peanut puts on his blocking outfit and Todd Johnson. Showing this whole thing. So Bob Pulls into his garage and peanut. I think comes around the quarter or something that you back out that screams it bob and I'm not gonNA TRY TO EMULATE SCREEN. Because you can't it's just let me just say he's scared out of bullet. I mean Nancy worthless out of the The door laughing and he goes Jello Pena and then of course the next day in our team meeting two days later they put it on the In our coach Smith goes being the video show. Everybody put it on the team. Screen recorded it. Great Times it was two thousand eight. That was oh sex. We win every game we wanted. That's you guys for sell fun to cover though it's really great personalities on the team when you're winning ever personality when a gauge. Yeah Oh guys are losing the finger-pointing stars which we never really had. When I was there we had great teammates. It didn't really do that well. We're hoping that things turnaround for this The bears soon here. It's been way too long. I still can't believe it was twenty years ago when you reported lake forest as a scrawny skinny no you were never scrawny. Skinny combine reported for three after our last day training camp. I was like thirty eight. I lost twenty pounds. I I it's you. You put the weight on you training. You eat. And then he gets a training camp. It's like Whoa. You're not working out the same thing and you go back to your normal body weight. We're wow amazing Brian. Thank you for picking up the phone. We appreciate it. It's great go back a little bit. I feel like I still see you all the time because every frigging aboard Howard. The logs are still long in Luscious haircuts. Couple days ago. Three hour and a half their restored at like. It might do great to talk to you again. Brian Take care of your soccer ray. Thank you bye-bye I love the interview. I really did a lot of great insight. It wasn't like a typical. Like tell us about your career and you know it was just stuff that we didn't necessarily know I didn't know that he didn't have any offers I didn't know about about the touchdown catches or a really about any of that. So it was very interesting very insightful. A lot of new knowledge is really interesting just to pick the brain of one of the best players in bears history and super cool for Brian to come on because he and I. We always had a good relationship but it was always you know he he. He would play me he would definitely play me and just kind of be like no peggy. While he's shaking his head. Yes and stuff like that so really really appreciate love having him on your predictions okay. My predictions number one very relevant to. What's going on right now. We're going to get some college sports in the fall unsuitable ages approved athlete cutting back to campus on July first. I believe what school did. I just read Louisville actually they're having athletes Begin to come back to campus. I'm Wednesday so I think that we're going to have college sports in the fall. I don't know what capacity fans Ohio state rolled out their plan to potentially have up to fifty thousand fans in the seats. All I know is college sports in the fall. Very exciting for me. At least this is what I've been waiting for for. Seventeen years is to is to see some college sports in person as a student. So there's my first prediction is that We're GonNa get college sports in the fall and I have a prediction that you're not going to let us come visit you. I mean I want to go to college. Football Games to Texas in northwestern right in our backyard. Thanks GALS YEAH. So my second prediction. I'm going to say that. The moby draft which is shortened to five rounds is going to be an absolute disaster. Ho School players. They're going to be if they're going to be unsuitable now because there's just no benefit to go into the league right now there's absolutely no benefit. The players are to standstill with the owners. I don't know if baseball is going to be played. I genuinely I do not know so. I think this will be draft is gonNA be a disaster and it's going to have its effect for the next decade because you only have five rounds to pick talent when then will be drafted typically forty rounds and some of the great players that were picked in the teens and twenties and thirties. I it's going to be an absolute meltdown. Any last prediction. No you're going to have got some. I think actually I'm going to have good summer Face Thrill noise about supposed to open up a little bit more on. May Twenty nine hundred. Don't expect me home as much as I have been home. Yeah that's about it. Great all right so this week. My husband Your Dad and I did a yearly ritual and. It's something that we've done for twenty years. Do you know what I'm talking about okay. So that is taking. Are African. Sell Kata Tortoise out of his pen in the basement and bringing him into the backyard. His name is cliff. We named him after cliff. Coral the former Blackhawk who is a friend of ours okay. So here's the problem with cliff. The Tortoise is how much do you think he weighs Jason? You as like anywhere between sixty five and eighty five exactly and we can no longer carry him up the basement stairs so My husband grabs a rolling. Suitcase puts clip the tortoise inside. Zips it up wheels up the stairs outside. He ends up suitcase. Let's out to Rome for the rest of the summer. So I posted this video on tic TAC and the responses from people. I've gotten is hysterical. Everyone's like I don't know what to even think about that so I'll tell you what not to think that it's not that bad of a deal. Okay he didn't suffer any harm It's not coming at the family. You know listen okay. He lives a better life than most African sell. Is he he to live in the backyard? He lives under a pine tree. He eats grass. He gets to use a bathroom anywhere bath like twice a month and then he lives in in the basement and well-fed and well like he's warm and everything anybody anybody that's criticizing that alternative the alternative. Here's one here's one. It's not as bad as former Blackhawk. Adam bursch putting his little sister in his hockey bag when he was a teenager. Zipping it up and pushing her down the stairs now. That's okay. That's another story for another day. Maybe we'll have to get Ataman to talk about that all right. Don't forget that you could find the podcast website at the sports caster. And Her son Dot Com. We are also on facebook and twitter. And thank you all for listening. Check US out on Apple. Podcast soundcloud spotify tune in wherever you listen and here's a reminder if you love your show please leave us a review. Go to rate this podcast dot com slash sports caster and follow the simple instructions. Thank you the pro football hall of Famer former Chicago. Bear Brian Urlacher for joining us. You can find them on twitter though. I don't think he'll respond very much and you could see him if you are in the Chicago. Land area on ninety four. I ninety to ninety to ninety four north and south Any expressway or tollway in the Chicago land area because he is plastered on billboards everywhere still showing off his restore hair. Thank you guys. All for joining us. Stay healthy and goodbye. The sports caster in her son is brought to you by electro flex a global leader in electrical conduit for over sixty years makers of liquid tight flexible conduit electrically connecting our world.

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CBS 2 News AM News Update 01-20-21

CBS2 News Chicago

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CBS 2 News AM News Update 01-20-21

"From cbs to newsroom. I'm audrey biggest delegates of the chicago. Teachers union may take strike authorization. Vote today sources. Tell cbs two. It's a very real possibility. But we're also told the delegates don't necessarily want to set a walkout date instead. They'd rather reach a deal to get back to school safely. President trump issued a fairly lengthy list pardons and clemencies late last night in total seventy. Three people were pardoned in seventy commutations were granted included on the list. President trump's former chief. Strategist steve bannon. Also pardon casey urlacher. The brother of former chicago bears linebacker. Brian urlacher. Casey was charged with participating in the legal gambling. Ring that brought in millions of dollars. He was facing up to two years in prison. Plus clemency was granted to rapper. Lil wayne and among the police reform measures passed in springfield is no cash bail at allows defendants to go free at a judge's discretion without bail while they await trial similar legislation new jersey reduce crime and repeat offenses. Your forecast mostly sunny breezy and a high of thirty three from the cbs to newsroom. I'm andrea vegas.

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"He's a Stud"

The Bellas Podcast

55:04 min | 1 year ago

"He's a Stud"

"Thanks to our friends at Billy for sponsoring today's show yes thank you billy so billy delivers premium razors straight to your door for half the the price of what you would find in the drugstore for just nine dollars. You can get refills blades as often as you need. That's so awesome so go to my billy dot com slash. Pella's for ten percent off your razor. It's a small way you can support us or getting the best razor you will ever own for half the price a razors in the store plus shipping is always free. This is a limited time special offer so go now to save ten percent off your razor at my billy dot com slash belt also spelled m. y. b. i. l. l. e. DOT com slash balance. We have a very very exciting announcement so brion I you as we're going on the road and I mean we're doing live shows for the podcast alive podcast tour and our first stop is in Phoenix on September twenty fifth at seven thirty pm so yes. You can't come see us in person and see how we record record this podcast. You're going to be a part of our show. We're going to get you and bream. Oh Brian will be there. I think we need to make artem because he's been such an amazing Coho. Yeah we'll have artem. We'll we'll have artem come. Maybe I'll try and get them to dance for you guys. Maybe he'll teach you all some dance steps and we'll have a special guest as well on top of it so make sure to get your tickets are on sale. Well now and we're going to put a link in the episode descriptions so make sure to click it. Check it out. Get your tickets. We can't wait to see you all their everyone. Welcome back to the Bellas podcast. It's almost fall and football season then he here so we're kicking off with special guests. Brian or lacquer plus arte is back to host another hilarious edition Russian of everyone's fever game show Bella brains all right here we go happy. Hump Day Bella Army. I'm breathing and I'm Nicole and this is the Bellas podcast. We have an awesome episode for you today. From football season to grow to more deer Bellas so much fun stuff plus a special guest so without further ado it's time for opening up. Let's it's pop that bottle alright. You guys show today. I gotta pick the bottle of wine so it's not going to be as snobby bobby as Nikki Lakes to pack but I am going with long Meadow Ranch Cabernet it is so delicious and what I love of about it is not only is it Napa Valley but they come in half bottles and for someone like myself. WHO's husband doesn't drink. It's perfect. I get my two little glasses says and I don't waste any wine but enough about my wine. Drinking Nikki Ni- are so excited because we're obsessed with football and everyone or knows where total football girls so we thought it was only appropriate to do a football episode so we are really excited to announce to you guys that we have Brian Urlacher on her show. Why isn't that we kick off the season officially even though as last week Uh Eagles go on your show no the bears which by the way we got Bella brain last week by breeze has been and so he says who the oldest football team is an NFL. I totally thought it was Chicago. Bears brokers no okay that was the singer's bears the oldest okay. Who Do you think it was. Here's Donna the cardinals. We were the first here he said. Cardinals was this Chicago cardinals as we should have got point or we should have got half that right right. We'll have to check google. Later was my best friend. I Google everything we wanted you on is because to have our first football episode. We're like we need the best. We need a thirteen year vet that's right. We're thirteen years thirteen year old good job right now. Put back on every man like even Brian to my brother. Everyone's like wait. Brian Urlacher and I'm like yeah you are a lot of man crushes. I appreciate that Phil. MCM Right. It's your Sam man. Crush crush Monday your your brother. Did he tell you how we met at the airport. Osama's babe that's Jj over there. We balance. That's that's him over there and I saw it's definitely him. We didn't talk to them and then we I think at the gate or something we kinda talk this so it was Nice Cup that is a he was so soaked t Texas this immediately all the time pitcher play golf on Hobie terrible. He is lying probably is just I mean. I don't think Jj's amazing but just just won a golf. Try the Lake Tahoe. This latest probably embarrassed to play with you because maybe he's like. He's GonNa be way better than me and my brothers. I'm not I'm not doing right now. The hang with each other or a nice guy just flying flow club the the convocation. Jj for reason every time you're around him. It's like you're on a vacation. I agree. I'm a parent I have worked tomorrow. Why are we like Ron vacation boy he is. He's definitely a party boy but you know the cool thing that we're looking at is that we feel like we're kind of all all the same like. Nicole and I were in w w thirteen years we just officially retired cash. What would you say I mean for me. It's been like a year you but my role aw yeah but I never had an official retirement party or nothing but football players don't either you think. Oh my God hi. It's just kind of did it one day before. I'm not gonNA I mean I didn't want to go back. Play somebody else I was going to retire. Will you know what I'm thinking of doing. Green one here in Arizona. Maybe we do a joint joint park retirement party for the hall of fame so Oh famer yet great it does but the best night of my life the my way was awesome but can you describe it to us in the hall of Fame Party. Yes I explained to us Thursday night when we got to kin again and so I had everyone my like peewee football or Eighth Grade Football Ninth Grade Football High School football coaches college coaches and then the NFL all my teammates and coaches in all my friends from when I was eight till till now and everyone was like four hundred people there Lebron Party country meets the jury came in saying we went to bed at five thirty me and my wife and all three case. They'll till five thirty. Oh my gosh how the next morning shouldn't of the first thing we had for the hall of fame that morning I didn't go to really it's really Moscow's I'm because Russia's slipped into it was terrible so that is so and that was that in San Francisco where was that where Ohio Oh that's where the whole famous. That's that's right. Okay cool is that when you get in the hall of fame you can have your big retirement party I want to I want one now and then I want one title yeah. I'm not the Wrigley Mansion so actually showed. You do like what what's that. What do you you like that movie with the Green Light Great Gatsby. Oh I want Great Great Gatsby to think Leo would show up and be on my balcony. Probably that would be dreaming. You're not a message on your. I'm a supermodel in my head on the social media thing so we have to ask for us. We've been enjoying retirement life. How's it been for you. The last seven years as well well it was kind of adjustment at the beginning because you go from a routine or used to for Thirteen fifteen or even college the same thing and then it's like what do I do today. You wake up. You're like the first thing you think about is is not working about working out just have so much free time and I thought he was diving into golf. I want to get good at golf so I started playing a lot of golf. I play six days a week and my kids I was keeping be busy but then we moved here fulltime and on my start mountain biking still still the kids but they go school from you know eight hundred three every day so I gotta find stuff there. If I hang out with my wife all day we'll just wrestle and fight and having teachers Samantha Pretty but she's real tough tough so yeah. I just hang out man. It was like something business wise I saved enough money. I don't have to doing that stuff. Also I did okay. That's that's fun. I enjoy if I get bored. I'm sure I'll figure something out. I'm not word yet so I'm not really well and the one thing I love is that you are such a great dad. Like you know taller listeners. We were talking earlier before we start recording and it was so cute the way you're speaking about all your kids are. I'm so lucky because they're all smart. They're all of course. Most parents say this about their kids. They're cool. They're all different to like. I have three. I have eighteen fourteen thirteen. My oldest is a girl by middle girl might youngest as my son but they're also different and they're also smart and just just cool their funding colleges. Colleges here died how you earn reality. He's forty one started early but that's it's crazy. I got to go to college parties with her. I know yeah right to protect and be the bodyguard. Boys are not scared of DADS and he now they're not messaging now yeah so I used to the call girls in high school and be like Oh Johnson. Can I speak to Samantha Analysis. They texture daughters. They don't have to call the house anymore. Aw which I believe there should be a rule though like I feel like no matter what then no one knows landlines so maybe they have to call the Dead Cell L. Phone or dad for your should well. You'RE GONNA have to figure it out because they have to call my phone. I okay let Burbano that so. She gets that mental out to all the guys hook it up card. Make a card like instead of a business card. It's like a dating dating hard. Inner parents like look all smuggled before she gets her own phone by the way I mean for me. We didn't didn't get a phone until the end of high school to drive the car right twenty two in the glove compartment the big one in the middle constantly but then when I got through college they had to flip phones. I had a flip phone voice. Morris I would yes cool. Bring back here. You know what I noticed which I have to be bad because sometimes crash and I like to watch Netflix and I'll put my laptop on my stomach or my phone. I'm like Oh no don't do this. Bree like yeah. You gotta live cancer now why Pissy everything does horrible. It is true we speaking of living. I have a question. Do the bucket list like. Is there anything that you're like. I totally want to do this. There are some things that certain got to do the show I I love golf so I got to play at Augusta the the masters but the few times I'm playing. I'm excited about that but I'm not a big traveler. I love the United States. I really love being here. I love everything a food. I love the people of my wife's. The big travelers who wants to go overseas receives all stay here. That's awesome. That's a good question about the bucket list things. I always like I feel like I need to go back in like look at my bucket list because my mom had mentioned it the other day and I'm like I think I need to add to this skewed yeah because you've done a lot because when you get in the limelight and you get to meet people and do things if you just Kinda lose track of what you WanNa do 'cause you do. I agree people that you'd never thought you would meet and then it kind of gets old hat because like Oh. I met them so. It's cool. It's it's so true because we travel so much for work like we all were in different cities every week and it's like when you actually get free time. It's like the last thing I do even though I'm still obsessed with travelling fishing. Oh really yes. It is finds you need to go to like Alaska or in Florida. I'll go down there ten twelve times. I love it off hundred miles offshore. Your phone doesn't work nothing so you're out there. You put your phone away. Let's taking pictures and we listen to music and we drink and we have a grill in a bowl. We eat the fish. We catch cool blessed. I love it that is fresh. Fish fresh is a good time so we like doing that. Here's my like getaway stuff. I like it. I feel like you're a lot like my husband like. You just seem very simple outdoors. That's very flattering comparison for me. I like him. We have the family barbecue is because I think you guys would love each other. I agree my kids. Probably we'll hang out but you know family could be my wife. Maybe exactly so you know. We have a lot of women listeners on here and I always think of like an. I'm trying to think of the right question to ask about like women tuning into football because I mean we're lucky we were are raised in it. Understand it as well but I always like I wonder from a football players perspective of like how can women be more involved so I'll tell you it was health. Football fantasy football play fantasy football. My wife understand her douse a football coach for thirty five years in high school so she understands it. She's trying to get me play fantasy and I'm doing but I'm doing this year. She was my whole team from me. She does everything I don't know how to. I'm not a good phone. You can text takes you back stuff. I'm not liked APP SMART. I guess anyway I think physical ball is a way to get women involved because it makes you more interested in the Games. You don't have to really know what's going on yeah just players and you're not so much involved with one team players all over the league that there's not one referee's journal that this woman referee Soccer Walker right that was a big thing for even in wrestling football I think last year I may be wrong. I'm not sure I know I know for sure. There was one last year but let's see where I heard a hair up under her hat. So you can't see your hair. I definitely saw a couple of times last year but research to Google search that you'll find recall cool. Draft quarterback was been rothlisberger concern. I I go back. I took was Aaron Rodgers by played. Ben The first week so I thought he would do better because air was playing the bears. I don't WanNa play earning the bears. The bears are really good on defense concepts a fancy football but I'm not like a huge like semi lineup every week and make sure I'd do it on a certain date. Remember really into it and then it's just so hard for me to remember to switch team because of Thursday night football the Great Ya oh I love it always would be like the time Thursday night we come. I go H my fantasy team so it should offer my team in your stuck with from last week and someplace could have a by then. You can't send him again but I love Thursday night games. I play a lot you guys don't like him because it's a short week. I loved it because you have three day weekend. Oh yeah there's tended off before you play again that week. You may suffer a little bit but your game plan so short short going into the game. You just practice. You didn't put pads on the week. It's just quick play on Thursday and hopefully you win. You have three weekend Sunday nights. I hated night games. Yeah them all day long to play that on the road you got back three or four in the morning and then you had to get rid Tuesday. Was Your Day off Wednesday. Do you have a short week for Sunday. You know I just didn't like playing twelve o'clock game every Sunday at the happiest guy ever yeah that makes sense because I think of when we played soccer like I loved morning games yeah but then I got used to the night because a wrestler everything Tuesday night when I made this comeback recently to fight Rhonda that was hard on me because I took so much time off was in bed all the time at nine o'clock and then all of a sudden I was going out to matches at nine thirty and I'm like Oh. My Gosh honestly yes. I believe your body into a certain regimen your mind stone you go to bed. Go to bed. When you have kids. It tells you nine. PM is like midnight the need to be sleep by nine forty five eight thirty anymore. 'cause I'm all grown now but they've nine thirty in bed sums wrong. I'm doing something should be doing. I agree agree to. I feel that way now too. Did you have a special diet when you're like in season. Did you have strict diets. I like Soham so curious. Here's like a football on the worst guy to ask because I everything I just want an calories when you play and I don't do it now but I still terrible right now. no. I drink cokes Dr Pepper. I really I mean luckily my fifth year. We had a guy come in who knew how to eat and I didn't strength coach Rusty Jones Stud but until he got there I had no idea I mean everything McDonalds for lunch. It was horrible and they never checked to guys like it was only six or seven so it didn't matter under six so it wasn't that long. It's a good metabolism yeah. I'm I'm looking at you now and you don't have a dad bought at all football for seven years. You're in incredible shape riding my bike mountain bike mountain bike. I need to get into today. Mountain biking has just changed my workouts alright twenty twenty five miles a day and I love it takes two hours in the mount and it's like therapy I put my headphones on and just pedal and he goes goes you want to or is not hard you want to it's just fun. That's awesome. Do you still last thought maybe two days a week but that's a good workout like everything is done retired. Lifting Weiss has been twenty five minutes long. That's all super sets everything. I'm no more heavyweight. Don't go over twenty-five bench anymore. They do squats on why I'll have to let this important. Let's name was the pressure on my back in easy more so I try and do curls what but I can. I do the same ad move every day. I get a forty five pound weight and you cite. APPS buddy makes fun of because that's all I ever do for APPS. Oh my Gosh I love that. I want to be on the Brian Urlacher fitness plan but yes thank you for coming all right. 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Week's abate was should should you design an engagement ring with your significant other or does that ruin the surprise so we got the results and you guys all think it's. GonNa ruin the sobriety yet I have to say the percentages were closed so it was like fifty six to forty four so it was a close race but yeah. I want a guy now so you guys is I mean I designed. My Ring didn't change anything but I get it. If you want to summarize I think you know with the fun part of an engagement is and I think obviously majority of the people feel eldest two. It's been surprised and seeing what your love on creates I was. Still you know what we're not going to debate about it again because we need to beat Ooh. Let's hear it and I you know what what I like debating about this because we all heard what Brian Urlacher said earlier what gets people into watching football fantasy football and I have to say fantasy hennessy football has become such a big part of NFL college like it makes sports a lot of fun and it gets women involved and people who aren't into football so I thought it'd be fine if we debated. Should you root for your fantasy team or your L. Favorite team and if you're not hit with it are l. means in real life. Okay so you're Kinda on the same site here we both feel that no matter what you have to root for your team but now we grew diehard philly fans it's roots and our blood our grandfather so we feel rl yes but I do see how people have become more involved in football because of fantasy so I get both sides. Okay well then you're. GonNa Debate for fantasy team. I'M GONNA debate for the I. R. L. Team and we'll see we'll see who wins right you guys so if you're new to our podcast the rules of our debate are that we each have thirty seconds to make an opening statement for our side of the issue then we have two minutes for a final arguments free for all all right. Nicole who's going I. I say the IRO was first. Okay because we're the real for real will we don't jump on band wagons. Let me get the clock all right. Go Okay first of all we all hate people who jump on the bandwagon you rooting for your fantasy see Tim. You're jumping on the bandwagon. You should sit here. Iro Why your IRA team because its roots. It's hard. It's what you are made up of pretty not much of your die hard football fan. It's your DNA. It's your culture. It's your city and for you. Turn your back on them for fantasy which probably means because because of money or wanting to be a winner. It's shameful. It's so shameful soon. Obama's mercer weren't finished. You're never fin- ah whatever can wait to hear this ready. Go so the one thing I've noticed about fantasy football is way more people are involved opt and watching the sport and when the one thing I love is when I actually do see people sitting and watching their IRL team their favorite team but then don't click to other games aims and they start to know other players because they do care because they want their fantasy team to win plus. Yeah people make some money but I know more women who are truly more involved in football because they have a fantasy football team like women. Now are watching like five to sixteen. Don't try to still Brian. Urlacher words known your debate bad Brian Urlacher and I have the same views and whatever well let's put two minutes on the clock all right here we go and do you realize when we talk about football. We get like intense okay. We do first of all all team in real life like that's blood bree. How do you turn your back on your IRA but not everyone has an L. team so now people were given the opportunity. If they weren't raised around football now they can fall in love with football a different way. Why not make a bigger yeah but I feel like even if you weren't into football you still have an Ireland eighteen because now you're in a fantasy would city. These people live in a city people loved fantasy but when you hire L. team. Nothing's more fun when you go to the bar. Everyone's like yeah cheesehead. We're packer. Fans is love and his bond. I talked. This is not all about you so listen. I think it's really cool that people every week it will use their brains and go wait. How will this player do something for me. Will that play or do something for me. They put these teams together. They have to put a lot of thought to it. I think it's really cool and I think it's cool to Kinda. Look outside your green no other player. How many jerseys do you have team. Are they. All my jerseys or green they they bleed the Philadelphia Eagles exactly my point so do all these people just have ten to twenty jerseys idea but it makes Fantasy Football Jersey unless you have a team team fantasy football team which Brian I were the bearded ladies broker all Jersey represents it all. That's like our medals so you're saying is football. Fans hands at strictly like fantasy which they why should route. You could play fantasy but you root. It's who you root for you hired. L. Shouldn't be watching other eight throw. Hey My way you think we're saying who do you root for. Watch all the Games you want. You never turn your back on your team. That's what I'm saying but what if they're about to win some big big money and they need their quarterback big brought into money. Blood isn't made money blades made of love how great you can make and you have to have that. You're out. I'm just curious to hear what the world has to say all right so you guys. What do you think your real team or. Can you also go well you. I know don't try to throw in words. You're five seconds over and whatever I don't know I feel like I won this one well. We'll see all right everyone so let's see who the winner of this debates going to be. Is it going GONNA be bree. Who says you should root for your fantasy team or me. Who says you should do for your. Ira L. team. We will post a poll on I. G. For you to vote and we will will reveal the winner in next week's episode. I can't wait to see either. Okay you guys so now. It's time for a brand new segment. Were so obsessed with this segment. It's it's time for deer Bellas. Welcome back to our new segment dear Bellas where we give Bella style advice to our listeners because who needs abby right when you have to Bala exactly okay you guys. We had such a blast answering these questions last week so we're going to do an extra one this week all right first question. High Bellas. My name is Keila. I am from North Carolina. I I am a full-time worker but I also have to really mean and beautiful toddlers little girls. I'm also married. and my question is for free. I know you're a mom and I know you guys like to joke about it on the podcast all the time but how do you keep up being you know really present and your daughter's life but also being married for five years and kind of keeping that a romance alive your husband but also being like a boss ass bitch and running all of your different companies and that kind of thing so. I would love to know how you balance that a little bit but definitely how you stay present with Birdie okay. Thanks so much high Keila. Oh my Gosh I love your question and I love that you called me. A boss boss ass bitch. That was amazing so it's actually interesting because I always make a priority list like what are my priorities in my life so birdies obviously number one eight saying my marriage is number two but let's let's be honest when your mom you'd think like my kid is everything then marriage than business but but there was definitely a time where I felt like I had zero balance and you know Nicole Lapin hit on it a couple of episodes ago but is not being afraid to say no like like I just have to at times think to myself. Okay breed this month. What's important and I always make sure that I give Birdie every day. We do an activity whether it's painting coloring going swimming or even going to a movie like we do always something fun. I always try to make her feel my presence. I mean I'm also lucky because I work from home and travel with her so I'm blessed in that way but you know Brian. I we just you know during nap time or when Birdie goes to sleep. We really have to tell ourselves like okay. We really need to connect right now and he and I had this summer had this big talk where like well we haven't connected for for months and it does it makes you like best friends and your marriage instead of lovers and we're just like how what is it we need to connect with and we just had a really deep talk and I think that's important important for marriage and then we start putting activities together when bird goes down what will connect us because so much was him going to his book we go into my nut flex so you know just having that communication the honesty in marriage and then you know. I am I'm a career woman and my businesses Meena Watt and because they mean a lot means sacrifice sleep I was a girl who loves asleep ten hours before he became a mom but for me. I knew to be a part of it. All I was going to have to sacrifice that so unfortunately at times I'm on phone calls till ten. PM or answering emails are waking up earlier but you just got to write down your list and you just really got to think about things that are really important. Your life and the things that are just is taken up way too much energy. I definitely will tell you don't have the biggest social life but that's okay because my marriage Birdie and my businesses. They're all fun and I I love him so phil social to me so I hope that helped Quila and I'm sure you are an amazing mother and a boss ass bitch as well all right. Let's hear the next question and Bella my name is Morgan. so basically. I just wanted to ask you guys. What is something that you that helped you really get through the hardships in life and are having time and having a really tough time with my life lately. Just a lot of things have been really getting me down and there's a lot of obstacles so I just don't know what is something that really helps. The two of you strive to be great and conquer everything that you base. Thank you so much I'm Morgan so first of all. I just want you to know that s Bellas are going to keep you in our thoughts and prayers and we hope whatever it is you are going through that you fight through it. Just remember you are stronger than you think and I'm you know I have to say I one thing that can help you overcome at one thing that I've always been very lucky with. Is I have an amazing support team. I have bree who has always been my rock and lets me vent to to her. Lets me tell her the same story of sadness a thousand times because sometimes you need to have that repetition so fully just leaves your heart and soul so so find that support system whether it's your parents your best friend's your siblings a life coach. I have to say I brought a life coach into my life. I talk to her once a week and she makes me feel so free and light and I think that's the most important thing when you're going through something. It's feeling green light because we'll can carry so much sadness and depression. It gets heavy so having a life. Coach therapist is something that's really really helpful. Helpful also meditation you would be shocked and I get it. Sometimes meditation can be really inconvenient because we wake up. We want to have her coffee. We WanNa start her day okay and by the time we get back home. We're so tired that we don't even want to do. Let's say a workout sometimes. We don't even WanNa Cook Dinner. We just WANNA get in bed. Maybe watching net flicks make make meditation a priority because meditation is just so healthy for the mind body and soul especially when you're going through something I really love and I always say his name wrong. Deepak Chopra him and to Oprah have an APP and that helped me so much also eckhart totally his book. The power now is incredible and I had to say I mean. There's a reason why they made self help books. You're not alone so when when you read other people's stories and how they overcame it helps so much so those are the tools that I've used to overcome also if social media does not make you feel good. Get off of of it for a bit. I went on a social media. Detox is going through the toughest stuff in my life that helped me so so much and I'll let breach jump in but but for me it's I'm doing everything that I love. I have a vision board. I have started vision board since I've been eighteen years old. I'm on my third one and every morning and night. I look at everything that I truly want to do. I look at my bucket list. I look at things that I know I could create things that I wanna do when I retire. Sometimes they happen earlier and sometimes I know the hyphen later but I feel like I work on my vision in my passion every day and that helps me conquer things because those are the things I truly want exactly luckily and not because we're twins but everything. Nicole said I would agree with and I do so we wish you luck Morgan. We love you and that was a really strong and Morgan Morgan. Something I told artem recently is I something I did for so long. As when I was trying to walk forward I kept looking back and try to do that in real life you can't you're. GonNa hit a wall. You're going to do something. Harmful always look forward because guess what what's back. That's in the past. That won't change anything that it has been done can be undone but that's when you're walking forward love that so always remember to walk forward and never looked back. Yes all right Morgan and know that your Bell is love you you we are here for you and we are thinking about you and praying for you so we hope you overcome it and conquer anything you. WanNa do right bree ready for the next and last question instant yes. Let's hear it pain again breathe. This is Lauren I'm just calling for some fashion advice so I love the bird maybe line. I've got a couple of pieces from you guys. but what. I'm wondering is ready. You guys shop so I mean obviously got tons of designer stuff but if you're just looking to not break the budget what are your go to brands go to places and bree for Verdy like where. Where are you finding clothes for her. I've always been the kind of person that kind of mixes up some more high quality items with something. I find at target but I wanNA know like where you guys going so thanks for the advice Lauren. I liked that question fashion so I'll start with birdies so birdie. I'm actually really big instagram shopper with her I find all these mommy owned brands or like their local brands brands and it's just crazy what these like little boutiques will have and so. I usually always order stuff from instagram shops. It's crazy but I always find like the Nita stuff and let's be honest target some really cute stuff for Taj baby and they grow so fast they spill everything on it so I do kinda mix it up with that and I bought and Birdie a couple of designer stuff analysis biggest mistake because they grow too fast and it gets stained like so so well and Lauren for me. I have to say so where I like to get a lot of my high end stuff. Is I go to shop on four to lot. F W R D dot Com. I'm obsessed obsessed with that model East Walker. She puts she just pairs a lot of amazing designer brands stuff together and also a big shopper shopper and Saks and barneys but I'm like you. I like to pair designer with affordable brands and I've always been obsessed with free people's free movement line. I get a lot of my amazing basic tanks and crops and pants from them. also Brandy Melville like she has such good basic the pieces I get a lot from there and for myself I'd have to say like I'm really big at heading up. nordstroms anthropology and free people lake take. I feel like any time ago those three spots. You can never go wrong. There's always a sale going on and you can find little pieces and if I do designer I head up intermix. Yeah owner mixes good shopper today. We spent a little too much money. We were at vintage by misty you as if you're in a vintage and you're into designer vintage I got her. I G oh my Miley. Cyrus wore one of her watches but I just dropped way too much money their in him but I have to say my g coming up. You is are going to be proud. It's GonNa look good because some of the pieces I got from her. Are Truly amazing. Pieces see slower great question because I'm the same. I always wonder people's fashion worthy of what they do. Oh and you know what else I have to say what has good genes that are affordable pretty little things and they fit great. Those are a lot of the genes I've been wearing. That's great. They're like thirty bucks can't beat that no all right well. Thank you you everyone for your calls and thank you so much for the three questions today Morgan Keila Lauren. We absolutely love having you call in so bell army. If you you want a chance to hear from US anything from relationships to business life to mom life or whatever else you want advice on. Give us a call at eight three three Q Bellas yes and now it's time for Bala brains as always Bella brains hosted by my husband. WWe superstar Daniel Bryan Brea except when it's hosted by my man on dancer Foodie builder extraordinaire artem should mid Sieve Nicole owes blood to be back for another addition of collaborate artem. We always love having you and your kilo accent back. Ok everyone's so bella brains as the hilarious weekly game show that is hosted today by my artem and if you don't know Bella brains as where one twin leaves the room while the other twin is ask them questions and we keep score to see who has the stronger girl Bella brain as we're creepy tracker wends each week and the I wanNA fight wins gets a bottle of dom paid for by the loser and the current score score is zero to one bringing the lead. Whatever bright whatever bree you've been on such a role lately? I can't stand it. I know bree continue winning streak always Nicole going to break it. Let's find out it's time for Dalit race. Bella Bella brains okay who's leaving the room. I have really the first because she needs to go. Feed Birdie and Winston. Come on okay alright artem. You know what I love. It's like Green. I talk we're like the cha-cha and then you come in like the Argentine Tango Collect Mollica Smooth Foxtrot something I'll take are Kinda like like loud your voice it gets like more genteel smooth and slow and oh it is okay then. You're like a foxtrot okay all right ready. We are ready for this swig Bella brains. I'M GONNA ask you question about China. Uh Brian's in China right now yeah got a topic. Brian usually host Bella brain so I decided to pay a tribute to Brian and the Chinese. Do you worry about him. Okay so anyway ready first question. I am what is the capital of China. Oh my Gosh Hongkong nope Shanghai. Nope hope one more Beijing Sing Ding Ding Ding Ding Beijing is the one okay question number two in what a year China held last Olympics. Oh Wow two thousand eight. Yes it is the one that phrase the two thousand and eight question but you got it so I guess my question was correct and the last question is and this is going to be live with more challenging one but I feel like I'm going to get in because I'm well. It's true I hope I hope you get it now. Now secretly rooting for you okay so how long is the wall of China. Oh Oh wow that's a good question in miles mile okay fifty miles an hour through guesses one hundred miles wrong. Do we get harder colder anything. No don't get hot or cold one hundred and fifty miles. I'm just kidding twenty. Is That your final answer twenty miles my I finally answered okay. We're GONNA keep that Hugh who is closer to the meal the member we only get three guesses. You got four. No I didn't fine. I have to play by so we'll get three. Oh okay you right back with Brie with I. Hey Bella Army so let's talk about everyone's favorite not year. The holidays really Nicole Jabre okay. I know it's early but listen up. 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That's IT E. You sure this really offing else nothing there okay. This is getting late you. It's a tip of my tongue but I can't think right now. Okay what is it. I'll just take an eat okay. It's Badri and Oh my gosh I know Beijing Hong Kong. How did you Hong. Oh my God. You Guys Ma brain right now so then t in Hong Kong it's China okay. I'm I'm not gonNA argue with you all right question number two in what year China beheld last Olympics wasn't it just recently twenty twenty eighteen th nope 2017 one more guess that wasn't China Yeah. I just saw one more gas. US Twenty Twelve in two thousand eight S. Did you get that right right yeah by the way I got Beijing and two thousand eight rate whatever you're already loser but let's see what she wants on this last one last question is and this is the harder one one how long is a wall of China the Great Wall China trying to host it just sitting on a bench tape. It's a Great Wall. We can't forget how great it is. It is great all right well I guess. Is You know my mouth year one hundred miles you know house where my guesses fifty miles was one of my kids and actually we did for in this one twenty miles. Oh Oh my gosh. Are you serious. I guess she's GonNa say. He's actually fifteen miles so no it's actually thirteen miles long. Yes I want that brings. The current core to one to one year. Chen is almost sad whatever I can't. I can't wait for Brian. Hey that Beijing so we'll be back next week for another dish Nov Bella Bella brains Bella brains. I think you artem for hosting another amazing dishing. A Bella brains goodness he is so cute uh-huh and so smart but now it's time for Bella Army. QNA right everyone as always tweet at Bella the twins with the Hashtag Bellas podcast. We might pick your question to answer on the show this week. We're answering a tweet from at Jillian to me. ACC DOC yes. Dak- last night did not ruin your last name so she writes Bella twins. Have you seen glow on net flex. If so what are your thoughts I led the podcast. Hashtag bows podcast Hashtag Nikki Bella has tech Brie Bella well. I have have to say Jillian. I'm obsessed with glow. I actually I binge watch it. I probably watch it within four days. I watched season one. I just haven't had time to catch up but I mean I just loved seeing Kia seen cong- on there and I love the fact that Chabot is the one that trains everyone so for some of you that don't know glow actually has some professional wrestlers that we've wrestled with as well as their trainer who literally trained all those actresses he used to wrestle what does he was like a huge inspiration to his name's travel guerrero so it's just fun knowing like the. WB family loud that's part of Glo totally and it's you know there's a lot artist. I watch Anglo that I can really relate to. which is the just how some of the women got into wrestling some of this stuff you still wet? It's it's it's fun and I love the costumes costumes. It's fun to watch that era. You know what I mean. Bad guys verse the Goodguys Storytelling Yeah so we're big fans are and as we wrap rap battle them close throws even though they beat us they damn actresses. I was so nervous with that but yes we do. We we do love glow and we just let it brings such amazing recognition of women's wrestling so great question. Jillian and you know what we're GONNA do a bonus question because we had an amazing mazing guests today we had Brian Urlacher. I mean talk about an all star from the Chicago Bears Hall of Famer so we gotta do a football question right. That's cool all right so from at Daniel B four nine seven one three nine zero three. What was that your phone number. That must be all right. Daniel Daniel ask you guys are so cute Nikki but I have a question for next podcast with football season around the corner and girls being such big eagles fans. Have you umbria ever been to an eagles game in Philly led the podcast Hashtag Bellas podcast has shagged fly eagles fly so I'm actually GonNa take this one and you can interject Jack Nicole so Nicole. I actually supposed to go to the game September eighth against the Redskins and Philadelphia but all set in our filming got delayed and we had to film all day Sunday so we weren't able to go to the eagles game but guess what Daniel we have never been an eagles never really it's on our bucket list. It is and I want to be on the field. I want front row like I want to do the full thing when I go I wanted you to fulfill like we deserve it. You know why bree why have to root for your team. Ooh I see what you did there yeah okay. I'm taking back to match of the week so I could have more people vote for me but you know what Daniel we are going to go to game in Philly because we need to be there. We're going this season. We're going this season. Alright you guys. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Drew Brees and Brian Urlacher (02-01-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Drew Brees and Brian Urlacher (02-01-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week log on. Maybe friday. And it's a mean Friday a dad here in Atlanta. I'd have you on board you breeze gonna stop by Brian Urlacher. Tony Dungy Cuyler Murray. Booger McFarland is bringing the booger mobile in here. I hope not on a room for him. Kirk d cousins the Vikings quarterback will join us as well if you'd like to be part of the festivities, you can't eat seven seven three DP show, Email address EPA, Dan, Patrick dot com. Twitter handle at DP show Sagan morning to our TV partners direct TV audience Sanel to thirty nine and also the NBC sports network in our three hundred thirty seven radio affiliates around America, also great crowd here studio. I'm gonna say top five audiences. We've had this. One of the top five audiences. We've had this week. We've only had five audiences. I just wanna let you know if people celebrating over here. All right. We've got a poll question. I think mclovin than we bring thirty out with who. Are you rooting for who's gonna win? Who are you rooting for between the Rams the patriots? See where our audience is. Okay. And then ask something later on Super Bowl MVP. We can run down the super MVP odds it has as our two poll also against the grain vine the cleverness back. Dan and per your request. I know you love is going heavy Xs and os deep strategy. Yeah. Yeah. It's gonna be great radio. This wasn't brought back by popular demand. Because nobody asked for by. Well, there is this weird guy in the crowd the other day. I think he's back. He was like, hey, where's against the grain? So I also all right groundswell. So one person asked for its we'll have mclovin 's against the grain coming up. Our first guest today on this Friday growing up in Austin, Texas, this young QB of the same dream every young player in that. Great state had to someday play college football Purdue. He went on to be selected by the chargers with the first pick of the second round of the two thousand one draft which is still technically the second round. After reaching the Pro Bowl and San Diego went on to New Orleans where he led the saints to a Super Bowl victory in the coming years expected to challenge several time NFL records, but let's face it. That's what happens when you. Stick around for a very very long time. Please welcome drew Brees. Joining us on behalf of bio freeze, the number one, clinically recommended topical pain relief product Goto bio freeze dot com. More. Drew came in throwing passes here. Good to see about good to see you through a pass to a falcons fan. He was the first one throw his hands up. You know? So I appreciate it his enthusiasm. But then I realized that found a Mattie jerseys take it back on, you know, first of all thanks coming in because I know that this is been some trying times here. Yeah. Yeah. Now like, I can be your doctor Phil if you want me to this accounting session. Yeah. My feet out. Can you can you can lie down? If you want to write what was the conversation. Like when you went home after the loss. Tough. I mean, listen we. Had a bunch of bunch of family and friends in town obviously for the game. And so to spend time with them, but who breaks the ice when you get home. Well. You know, we sat around and watched the AFC championship game. You know after a really really the fourth quarter of it. You know by the time we got out of locker room. And I mean, here's the thing that I did after the game was upstairs in my family. And they take my kids down the field modem play because that's what we do after every game. So why should this be any different? You know, it's it's kind of the thriller their week that have the chance to do that. So threw balls of my kids on the Superdome turf. And you know, was there holder as they kicked extra points. And are you into I was dad? I was dead. Yeah. Yeah. I M am I or was I what were you in denial right after the probably a little bit. You know, obviously, just the the sense of shock. I mean, not obviously that's not not what we expected to happen. You know, we expected to be celebrating and getting ready to go the Super Bowl. But you know, it was it was tough. You know, it takes you it takes your while. And and it it took me a good part of all of last week. Just to just to try to get some closure on the game. And you know, you go back, and you just play over and over in your mind mean bottom line is obviously, we know the caller the no call that you know, could have resulted in us being here. But I like to think about the things that I can't control, and that is something we can't control. So we can't really worry about it. I feel I feel like there were things that happened prior to that moment. And then even after that moment that we did control young could have gotten us in a position to to be here. And so that's what I do for any for any wass for that matter. Not just that one. Is you play the game over in your mind? You you make those plays that maybe you didn't make. And that's how you correct that's how you correct the situation. And then you move on. Fortunately, there's no other game to move onto right? It's it's the finality of the. Did you hear from the Commissioner personally? I did. And I'm not aware of anybody else did. But didn't wasn't there message. That was sent that. He did contact the saints supposedly. Now, I think he he spoke to our owner. Mrs Gill Benson. I think Shawn had a conversation with them a brief one. But but other than that. No. I haven't spoken any players that spoke them take us through the play the play cold. And then when do you realize you're seeing something, and then you're trying to plead your case to somebody? Ironically, the play was actually it was a it was kind of a hurry up play a little little bit of misdirection to try to confuse the Rams defense. -ironically the play was called Buckhead. Because it was as popular part of Atlanta is it was a it was a play that was hopefully going to get us to Atlanta, right? So, you know, throw the ball of realizing their bit out of physician, and as as Nickell Robey number twenty three they're they're nickel a corner was kind of scrambling to get to his responsibility, which was Tommy Lewis coming out of the backfield. And. I mean, even said in his interview, you know, he was trying to protect a touchdown. Right. And you know, so there's a helmet helmet. He was early. You know, so to penalties could have been called on the play. You see when he turns around that he's waiting for a to be thrown. And then after five seconds, he realizes not. And then they all get excited. But you say anything to the official or Paul towards the Jumbotron now now I a lot of that was happening on our sideline. Obviously, Sean if you see the camera angle of our sideline you see everybody waiting for the call. Right. And then when it doesn't happen. It's this eruption Sean goes down there and pleads his case, but you even see the official reach for the flag. And then, but I wonder about this through and I said this earlier in the week that you had these all-star cruise. Whereas if you had the team that is usually they're calling games together. It feels like you're gonna trust me to come over and say, hey, we need a huddle up. I think you may have made a mistake there. But if you do all. All star officiating crew, they're not used to doing this. And I wonder if it's a team together that they would have actually huddled up because you I'm sure you could hear the helmet to helmet. It was very obvious that there is at least two penalties on that play. And it felt like somebody may you've been on place where there's three flags for one penalty. So why why can't you have these officials go way? Wait, hold up. Hold up. I think we may have missed one here. Yeah. That makes a lot of sense. That makes a lot of sense. Listen, we we recognize that throughout the course of a game. There's there's there's there's questionable calls that are always made. There's calls. That are missed. There's bang bang. Plays were manages happened. So fast. I'm not sure. And maybe some officials err on the side of I'm gonna throw the flag and others are nominal. Let them play in each officiating crew has different tendencies and those things that we talk about. But to your point when you get to the playoffs, you have these all-star, -ficiating crews, and and to me that doesn't make any sense. I understand you're trying to rule ward ill. These these crews these officials for good performances throughout the ceiling. Listen, they're graded yet. So to speak on their performances, just like we are right? And then that results in the playoff games triple to officiate or the Super Bowl such able to officiate. But at the end of the day accrue, develops a report with one another, and they know how to work together, they know. How to solve those types of problems, and it would make a lot more sense to keep those crews together to keep it consistent. I don't wanna change the system because of one bad call, and that, you know, takes one bad call all of a sudden we want to change overtime because you know, Mahomes didn't get the ball in overtime in the patriots get to go to the Super Bowl. If Kansas City scored in the patriots own get to go. Nobody says, hey, let's revamp revamp overtime. You got overtime worked in your game. You guys got the ball. The Rams played good defense got the ball. And then won the game as far as replaying these. I don't know how we could do this. Do you have any suggestions on how we could have aside from making the correct call change that call in the moment going forward? Listen, it's it's it's difficult. Look at the progression, though of just instant replay, for example. Right. You know at at some point we set, right? We need to start reviewing some of these game changing type place, you know, so call it turnovers, right or it was hey, let's give coaches the opportunity to throw a red flag to have a play challenge that you know. So that we can all get it. Right. You know? Do they at some point those challenges went to the booth right? It's okay inside it's minutes. No. It's not the coach's challenge. It's gonna be New York. You know, looking at these plays, you know, from the hub. And and and making sure that all touchdown plays reviews. All turnover plays a reviewed. Well, you start doing that with certain types of penalties. You can't do them with all its dangerous. It is it is. Because I maybe if I look at the helmet to helmet, I see one of your Lyman holding. And then will you do right, right? Yeah. And arguably you could call holding on every play in the NFL, whether it'd be a db or whether it be a. Yeah. Alignment or somebody else. Yeah. I said this to saints fans. You can't you you can't let this stay with you you want to and you're angry, and you don't who you're angry at because I'm not I wouldn't be angry at the Commissioner. I don't know. I know it wasn't. It was it was it's it's human human error. I mean, there's there's the the officials have extremely tough job. Well, what would you say to the Commissioner right now? Well, I think that we all recognize that being in that position. You are you are the face of the league. And you have the responsibility to come out in a dress issues when they come about. And I would say that on Monday or Tuesday after that game, we all deserved a response of some kind and at the end of the day that could have been listen, we play an imperfect game there are mistakes made in looking at the film that that appeared to be an obvious fastened appearance and helmet to helmet foul. Unfortunately, it was not called. It's it's it's really unfortunate. And yet, you know. That's that's something. We're going to strive to make sure that it doesn't happen. We're strive to make sure the officials are making the best that they possibly can. Right. I mean, that's plain and simple. Right. I mean, do I really want to be in a position talking about this over and over again? No. But I have to stand up and do it is I have to represent my team represe-. The who DAT nation, and and that's my responsibility commissioners responsibility to do the same thing. And yet we don't hear a peep for ten days. And it's because he has to do it now because he's at the Super Bowl, and he does his annual press conference. There. That's right. He doesn't come on this show through. Yeah. He doesn't he doesn't come on the show other than that house life. My kids my wife. Everything's everything's great. Besides that why did you vomit? Vomit cry. Yeah. They did. They did what do you say? 'cause you're you're always good with teachable moment. I think they I think they cry because my my wife my wife had promised my ten year old that he could get a cell phone. If we went to. That's reason enough. Yes. Listen, they were never bummed out there. They are invested right. They're invested in in what dad does. And and our team obviously was listen if you can just take a step back and reflect on the season it was it was a great season. And so much to be proud of. And I love our team. Love the way, we came together. We had so much fun. Probably had more fun playing football this year than I ever have. And so when you start prepping for next season. Well, in some ways that's already started. But there is this necessary period of time where the cooling off period, you know, or just the the recharge the battery. Will you change the name of the play Buckhead, or will you still have? Now that'll go away. We had we have crazy names because next year's in Miami. So I don't know if we want to change it to that. We'll we'll we'll come up with something, south beach outfit. You have almost guarantee. We'll have a south beach. Next year. There's no chance to retired right? Okay. If you had one. If you want to Super Bowl, I don't know. I don't think so. Okay. Because I hate doing that because we're trying to push Brady out. It feels like like, hey, when are you retiring, and I'm thinking, this will never happen. Again. This run of a quarterback will never happen. Again. We have this many Super Bowls. It's so hard with free agent. I mean, you know, it you you you got to win one. I mean, he's kind of hoarding he's a hoarder. He's as Super Bowl orders. What brady? Yeah. It's it's truly remarkable. What what he's been able to accomplish what their team has been able to accomplish. And just the run that they've they've had over the last two decades. It's it's been remarkable. I know that you know, that that loss hurts, but I don't know of bio freeze takes away that pain. Unfortunately, no. That's called a segue into the product to talk about. Bio freeze, which I use on my neck everyday do. Yes. That's right. Great number one topical pain reliever. Does it get you ready for for practice and game for like this? Yes. 'cause I told Dion Sanders yesterday. Now, he's known as prime time and daytime so that's that's sort of my alter ego. So daytime shows up, you know, I might have some bio freeze when I'm gonna use the golf simulator little bio freeze helps out. Yeah. Absolutely before. And after yes. Yeah. What do you use it for get ready for practice? You're ready for training. It's it great. For sore. Muscles odyssey gets me puts me in a position. I think in a mindset to that can get up there and get get my work done and played high level bio freeze, the number one, clinically recommended topical pain relief product Goto bio freeze dot com to learn more. I did notice I haven't seen too many. There was a there's a saints fan in here. And that sad little boy right there. They can be kind of nice. If maybe what it made sense given that walked in. And throwing the thrown the ball to Michael Thomas. Yeah. Sitting in the front row, would you like to come up and get a hug from Jubran here? Lug it out. Oh, the same shoes. And guess who gave them to me? Michael thomas? All that's a throwback. Well, I hear I got a king. Oh, you're gonna go. Okay. Yeah. You're gonna have to go. Okay. Little one hander not to not far. We ready. There you go. In the in the same are going to the Super Bowl. Let it into the into the lawn chair. Let's get back to you ate during the during the live look in would you would you smoke mclovin with a couple of passes. I would I'd be happy to. I feel like that's tradition. Unlike any other I'm big I'm big on tradit-. Do you have anything to say about drew 'cause you normally taunt these quarterbacks here? So just tread tread softly here. But I don't think I need to say what you said to ally. Tell it he li- just just pretend I'm an eagles defensive back. But. I don't think I need to do after you talked about the bad. Call for ten minutes. He seems plenty angry. I don't think I think to the mix. All right. We'll come back, drew. If you're watching on audience channel, two thirty nine direct TV the NBC sports network. Drool pummel, mclovin with a couple of tosses. Thanks for coming by always good to see you even under these. We'll be condition. If you could live your most prosperous life. What would it look like would you maybe open your own business or buy new home? 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He went serious Joffe said, why don't we recreate the first place at this time of running back, and you can hand it to me. He did not not that one. That one was too soon. Ten minutes on the call. No. But you just said, hey would have been nice. If you ran the football throw the football. And then you did you see his face that was that was like a mass at me as if to say are gonna let him get away with that. He's going to remember that is it. I don't remember that you were there. Yeah. But now, he's a good sport. And he's right. He's here talking about it. And why wasn't the Commissioner talking about this on Monday or two? It's your league. Even if you are going to say what you said at your state of the union address. Then you could said that Monday or Tuesday. It didn't take that long for your scriptwriter to say, this is what you need to say. Get out in front and say, look we made a mistake. We strive to get calls, right? You can throw out. You know? Hey, we get ninety nine percent of the calls. Correct. All of those things can be true. It sure league you represent the league get out in front of it. And just say that. But I will say as I've said to falcons fans you. Better get over it, you better move past it because it stays with you. And I think it stayed with Atlanta a year later the saints have got to move on. And not let it hang not let it linger into next season Yanic eleven I thought the question about retiring was interesting, you know, he didn't see my anywhere close. He looks like he could play another five years. I think if he had won the Super Bowl, I think there's that possibility is certainly sounded like they did pause for a long time. Yes. Boy, don't you think that's got to be even tougher that who would be the toughest retirement. I just won the Super Bowl. I now have to like hypothetically say drew Brees won the Super Bowl this year won the MVP. He's now in that super echelon. Holy cow. I could imagine if you get three because then he's he's better he has Peyton Manning's in his rear view mirror. That's got to be addicting winning two Super Bowls. I know it's you know, when you say, well, you want one but to win to that puts in into different stratosphere. I think he moves up so much higher on the all time list with two Super Bowls than with just one the efforting. And then to walk away from team. That's that good. And in the back, you mind, what if we went back to back if I left one year too early, and we could have gotten back. I'll never know we have taken the team in just done it again, but they had their chances. And they also didn't look good. I didn't think the last six or seven weeks of the season offense. So yes, it's one play. But I thought the Rams were better on on that day all around then the saints were and they went into overtime and made the big play when they needed to Brian Urlacher the bears. All boy. Are we going to do this? Brian Urlacher coming up a like a redemption thing well member when Brady fake Tim out and Drome Vata's ran him over like are we going to show negative highlights? All leave it to us hall of Famer on and we're going to show negative play. I stopped now. Oh, boy, airlock still big guy. You know? Know, he seems to be easy. Sure. He's over getting juked by Tom Brady, the slowest. Yeah. That's that's the way we'll phrase it. The least athletic quarterback Juku one time Bryner lacquer will journalists coming up I've teamed up with full sail university, we've launched the damn Patrick school sportscasting. So if you're a parent has a son or daughter, that's interested in this. Also, if you're a student or you're going into college in this is something that you want to do for living. You get an accelerated bachelor's degree in sportscasting. So everything in front of the camera behind the camera in front of the Mike behind the mic. 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Yes. Yeah. How to Caig the important things that I learned at the university of Dayton. Dan, Patrick school is sports casting. Go to wholesale dot EDU slash, Dan. Patrick, I big NBA trade yesterday. The Knicks trading Kristof porzingas to the Mavs for a lot of stuff. And I I still believe that's that's how it was phrased that the trade was phrase and the Knicks get a lot of stuff. Here's the fallout from it Dallas is going to try to create Dirk Nowitzki. Steve Nash, two point. Oh, they're going to try to recreate that with Luca Danni chick and Christopher zingers. Whereas the Knicks the Knicks are going to tank they're going to have money for two big free agents in the offseason. Maybe get Zion. Williamson maybe you make that trade because you get a feeling I know Porzingis wanted out of there. He didn't like the direction that the Knicks were head. In. But now if you're Knicks fan you've got to trust the Knicks that they know what the hell they're doing. And why would you like that's the dangerous part of this? But let's say you tank you get Zion. Williamson then you're able to reach out and say to Kevin Durant and say kyri Irving now all of a sudden, we got something interesting. Or if you said to the pelicans, hey, we got this guy's ion Williamson, we're interested in maybe trading him to you saucy with some of this stuff. We got from the maps and we get Anthony Davis. Solve a sudden. Here we go. Yes, paulie couple of Knicks fans in the building today actually asked our opinion before the show, and you think the Knicks. No something through they know that they're getting someone like do you think they have now normally I would say, no, right. Don't because they're the Knicks. But it does feel like the they better have a plan. Let's put it that way. So you better be able to get Durant and another big time for. Agent because if you do then, you know, then to rants viewed as a hero if you'd goes away, he leaves Golden State. Yes. Knowing the next they'll get like, Paul Millsap expiring contract and Alan crab on a five-year max deal, and then say all along that was the plan. But if you're you're giving porzingus, and that's a big big. But he didn't wanna be there. And you you send him to Dallas with Luca Danni. And I think it's I think it's a good move for both Dallas right now and the next maybe in the future if you trust the Knicks future, Nick LeVan poll question. Okay. So we put up who you rooting for the Rams or the patriots kind of obvious. Sixty percent Rams went for the rest of the show. How about a Super Bowl MVP poll question who wins, and I have the Vegas odds right here. Oh, you do put it. Tom. Brady's number one. Jared Goff is number two. Then you go girly. Michelle. C J Anderson is Aaron Donald on that list, Aaron Donald his death. I'm six James white is seventh Brandin cooks James white should have been the MVP when they won the Super Bowl against the falcons. What are you have fifteen catches game winning score? James white Brandin, cooks, Robert woods, then Julian Edelman then. Iraq did Rex Burkhead, but how about a two round MVP draft. Ooh. MVP draft love it. Yeah. How about? Great. Okay. Do we involve the guests? We get a booger or Dungy or no just us. We don't share the fun. I mean, it'll be just us. Do they ever go defensive guy in Super Bowl? They've done that if all right like the cornerback on the Browns and the Buchan ears. Dexter jackson. Chuck Howley from the Cowboys. A lot of these people MVP's are pretty unpredictable. Yeah. Thanks Becky here on the Dan Patrick show, by the way, the Padres met with Bryce Harper. I don't even know what I mean come on. That means you're trying to squeeze more money out of the Phillies. I don't like it then. Okay. If you're a Padre fan. Do you really think that Bryce Harper? That's where unless he says, look, I love the weather. I wanna live in San Diego. But I don't think you can go. Yep. All along. I wanted to go to the Padres. It's like quality of life thing is. Yeah. I do think I know how the Rams win this Super Bowl based off what they did in the postseason and on talk about that coming up but terrible versus the run during the regular season. One of the worst really good there. I I think the Rams are actually going to try to force Brady to pass. How crate crazy does that sound shut down the run and make them one dimensional and that wanting to mention happens to be the greatest quarterback of all time, so something interesting phone calls are welcome eight seven seven three DP show, Email address GPS, Dan, Patrick dot com. Anything else that needs to be mentioned here on this? We got meet Friday songs coming up. Yeah. Bunch in the hopper. They're pretty good couple principal risque ones gutsy ones. What do you mean? People went for it. Well, what do you mean? I'm to save like you said t's it. You always say t's. Okay. That means I don't have it on mystery. Okay. So you're not quite sure there's a couple that are gutsy song calls. Oh, all right. I love it. So meet Friday, and we're actually cooking some meat as we speak. So we'll have all of that coming up but up next Brian Urlacher next on the Dan Patrick show. See nor was the other day. I was at Lowe's, and they had this huge Krasne display with all their tools. It was read. It was glory. A little shopping for yourself. Go to Lowe's, lows is our new go-to destination where I could explore the latest innovative craftsman products, including the new v twenty power tool lows. The new home craftsman the V twenty battery platform cordless power, tools, one battery system works on multiple products. So you don't have to look all over at the total mass. You got a bunch of different mismatched up the twentieth. Easy to use verse. Title. You got to tool for tool six to eight tool. Power combo available. It's professional grade. High performance sells for improved battery power longer life v. 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This is a way to do it. It just may be the most rewarding thing on your to do list today. That's Geico dot com. Stay tuned for sixty seconds of news headlines right after this podcast. Welcome back to the Dan Patrick show in a neat Friday at that. By the way, if you see some of the Super Bowl merchandise, Dan Patrick show, you can go to Dan Patrick dot com. The DP show app. T-shirts hats other great stuff that we produce just for this year Super Bowl here in Atlanta. And remember to limited run not gonna last long. Check him out on the DP show app or Dan Patrick dot com. Our next guest despite playing at the university of New Mexico. Our next guest was a first round pick in the NFL fans in Chicago were universally perplexed at that selection wondering if he was a safety or a linebacker and do they really play football at New Mexico Brian Urlacher, garnered eight Pro Bowl selections with bears, although many smart football, people still consider Lance Briggs. The better linebacker on the team. Nevertheless, he was selected into the pro football hall of fame and twenty eighteen and neglected to. Thank the Dan Patrick show. Oh, even after everything we've done for him. Please welcome. The great Brian Urlacher. Israel. Leave or come out here. It's really awesome. Yes. Thank you inspite of why with the school. It's good to be here. Yeah. Yeah. Now, that's have you got an introduction like before recently. Yeah. Friends. Okay. Let me get you the important question. I can't help. I saw where you're an instinct backstreet boy fan is that true. I was okay. But really songs back in the late nineties early two thousand did you like the dance routine? Oh, no. I didn't know pigeon. I'm a good sit down Yasser stand up and dance. Basically, let me see like back feed. You don't know any of the moves fritzy show, you can do it. Let's see new kids in the block. Okay. Good. Yeah. You don't do that not on TV? Okay. A linebacker and your listen to backstreet boys and instinct, I wasn't a linebacker back. I was in college. Right. It's like, oh, okay. Do you not like them? Do you have a problem? I do have a problem with. Really? Oh, what's the music Britney Spears, or what do you like like zeppelin and the stone who like men? Okay. Media use being meaning me on four taking the field. K what would you listen to what was different not not instinct in backstreet boys, a little bit countries, some rock and roll? Okay. Pop. Some rap stuff like that. Okay. Change it up. What did you listen to before the Super Bowl? Obviously, not the rights. To beat him. Famous season the same stuff. I just mentioned to you. What do you remember about that Super Bowl? Remember Devon returned. The opening kickoff for touchdown. Then we get the colts in third down. Chris Harris pass on third and twelve we get the ball back. Then we turn it over. And then we just didn't play we have four hundred and forty yards a offense to them wasn't good. And then we lost. Did you talk to Peyton Manning and all during the game? No. So that's when I run the temple was hard to even get any sometimes between plays. You can talk to guys that wasn't one of those games because there was no time. They were doing all the checking snap which on the play clock. And they probably be in the same place start in. But we just have to do any of that. When did you know you're in trouble defensively? I didn't think we're ever in trouble. I mean, we're down twenty two seventeen with. I think six minutes in the game. And we had the ball. So would you think you're in trouble with the ball down by five? Well, Rex Grossman. I believe it. Rushing touchdowns season. Thomas Jones had fifteen hundred yards rushing fourteen yards rushing. So we never felt like we were gonna lose a game. And then they had they made a big play on defense. And then it was over. And then the rain rain affected them just as much as I did, you know? You know, we've all had to play in it. So then really matter we didn't play goes aided who's the halftime guest prince. Yeah. Now, did you get your sneak appeal? We didn't say, no, we're. We didn't see any of it. Hurt them you can here in the locker little bit. But you'll have times forty or forty five minutes long sitting there, just you're eating. You're trying to stay coaches making adjustments, but we could hear more. And there was school senior. It was awesome. Was it? Oh my God. I heard. I've seen it on on YouTube. I think it might have been the best halftime show. I just because the rain he's doing purple rain and raining, and he just shredded awesome shredded if you were going against Brady now you played against Brady. How many times three I don't know? So every four years to six ten a three times rookie replay them as well. I don't know. He was he wasn't starting. And it was. Okay. So when you're facing would your facing Brady who's got all this experience. And then you got Jared Goff who has very little experience. So as as as a linebacker hell, how does your role change with somebody who knows all the answers to the test? And somebody who still learned both really good. You know, the thing about the Rams as their explosive. I'd be worried more about girly. You know, try to stop the run chiming one-dimensional if you can make them football. But then you got all those damn crossing routes and the play actions and also they do, but you're not going to trick radio melting. There's nothing they haven't seen. They're going to have an answer for everything. You do. It's there's nothing you could do there's things you can do. But you better hope when the ball snapped. He's gonna know Defensor unless you get them at the very last second play clock winds down or something, and you sort of trick them. You're not gonna you're not gonna fall him. But if you line up someplace, and then writers see snaps that you run some other place. What are the safeties though? So he's not looking at you probably didn't care back. Back on him and the center apply looking at the safeties to see whether they're coming down because that that's gonna give him most of the reads where the blitz because the guys going off the drop down and cover that guy same way. So you gotta you know, they may be looking at you, you probably gonna pop out one of you can you fool Goff? I don't know. I mean, there's he hasn't seen as many things as Brady has because brace played longer. But they're so expose them. You can try and blitz you can different things. But they're just so explosive on offense. You read take chances and give aren't who's the quarterback that you just went damn. You Brady's up there. I don't think we'd played well against Tom Rogers Rogers, good just the his mobility in the pocket and he scrambles to throw the ball down the field. You know, he does run he has to but his throat your breezes tough to people don't realize, man. So he's not what people say, it's only six only six feet. He was tough. He's he's like Brady he's like paying you can't fool them when the ball snapped. He knows what's going on these guys. It's not about a seven step drop anymore balls Brady gets off so fast. It doesn't matter how good your pressures, the balls gone. So you can't get gone under two seconds. What are you gonna do? He's the bears hall of fame linebacker, Bryan. Or like, I know you're doing some stuff with United Airlines on behalf. United Airlines with Special Olympics trying to some awareness for people with intellectual. Situations who are just have some issues with them for that. Special. Olympics is amazing. I was involved with them my whole career. I left tickets every home game for Special Olympics. The polar plunge last year by didn't jump in. I was just a cooking how gods and stuff for the participants. So I didn't jump in league issue. Have you ever done that a polar plunge? No. These guys like Mr. never warms up. So does it count in the summer if you do? Yeah. But it's very now. But yeah, I I've been mentioned it was pretty cold. But never like when it's freezing. These guys did it in Minneapolis last year. Seven three. You're stepping in. I don't know if I know that visit is it hub dot United dot com. Okay. To learn more about United Airlines work with spent amazing things, you know, they're they're educating their employees. I had to do people with mental disabilities. It's amazing. What they've done all their hubs Chicago's the main hub United so hits home for us. Now, you obviously a lot in your career. And you know, you didn't win the Super Bowl. If you got there. There's one thing I can feel it. Yeah. So there's one thing that we would like to help you rectify and maybe cross off, you know, your your highlight reel. Okay. So let's refresh your memory this happened, and we would like to recreate this to make it go away. Oh. Once again, it's Tom Brady. Yeah. Rady right there. I remember I lived it. There's a there's a player I got over by Joan. Ramya overs. I wouldn't get showed that that was not as embarrassing as that one. Hold on Brady's elusive. Oh, you ask for. Jacobs. Got me, really good. Maybe maybe we can maybe we could show that bus run. One more time. You know, you met him in the hole. Ready? There's a picture. Fissured as a picture of me. Thrown on me. So yeah. But there's Brady again. So I don't even care about getting because I missed a million. Fact, it was thirty six and two score. Touchdown that's pissing me off even more. And and you're one of the most athletic people ever played that position in Brady's the least athletic who's ever. There. Okay category. With Michael Vick. Dante. So we thought hey, go. Oh that poli is going to play the role of braiding. Okay. And you get a chance to stop Brady this time. All right. So. Open-field? This is in a group. Don't hurt him to bed. Footing. You're good long bears fan. I remember last time. I. Two. I we'll say this at your funeral. Thanks. Okay. All right, ready. So I'm kind of drop them back. Oh. What are you do against John? What you're gonna do. I don't want to get together. I'm not I'm not going to go full. One donor. Here we go. Are you going? Yeah. Grading. Easy. This question cake, and he's in concussion protocol, you're out six weeks to learn more, call you hub dot dot com. To learn more about United Airlines where special. Embarrassment. Wait CNN. We're back after this on meet Friday, you're watching the Dan Patrick show. The biggest Sunday of the year is finally here as the Los Angeles Rams, go head to head with the New England Patriots in Atlanta and podcast. Sports. 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"What's going on everybody? I'm Molly Karen rose. And you're listening to the first. Take podcast when it comes to home and auto insurance state farm is the real deal for starters. They fit seamlessly into Your Life. Easily manager coverage. Pay Your Bill and even file a claim with state farm mobile APP which was awarded Best Insurance Mobile APP. Twenty nineteen and they really get to know you. Thanks to a network of nineteen thousand agents. You'll have someone local to talk you through options that fit your personal needs when you want the real deal like a good neighbor. State farm is there was love everybody and welcome into. I take on a Friday. I'm Laura Rutledge filling in for Molly Karen. We've got Stephen A. We've got Max Kellerman and Lewis Riddick joining us as well and guys. Let's get right to it. A huge story out of the NFL and this includes James Harrison claiming that steelers head coach. Mike Tomlin handed him an inflow. P- after his twenty ten hit on grounds wide receiver Mohamed Massapequa that resulted in an initial. Seventy five thousand dollar fine speaking on Barstool sports going deep podcast Harrison said this the GS thing. Mike Tomlin ever did. He handed an envelope after that. I'm not GonNa see but he handed me an envelope after that and then going on from there you heard from Sean Payton who also had some more to say but first we go to Art Rooney. He said he's since denied the claim in a statement. I'm very certain nothing like this ever happened. I have no idea why James would make a comment like this. But there's simply no basis for believing anything like this. I mentioned saints head coach Sean Payton. He was suspended for the entire twenty twelve season for his participation. In bountygate he was asked about the story. Here's what he had to say yesterday. I wonder five seven the fan. If people are waiting for the League to investigate that they shouldn't hold their breath. I think you know what took place with us. Back in two thousand eleven in so many ways was a sham And and yet there wasn't a lot we could do with it. I would be shocked if That'll be something that's tucked away Or under the rugged Park Avenue. They'll look into it briefly. Listen don't get me started on that. I lost in salary honestly something I'll never. I'll never truly get over because I know how it was handled and how it was run in the reasons behind it. And that's just the truth again. That interview. Courtesy of one five point seven the Fan James Harrison. Find a total of one hundred twenty five thousand dollars for six on field incidents during his career. Stephen a what do you make of James? Harrison's comments here well it's unfortunate but let me give a little bit of advice to a coach Mike Tomlin for the Pittsburgh steelers. Louis Riddick. You old enough to remember this mets at Kellerman. Even though you were wet behind the ears breath spell similac because you were said he was so young. You were such a puppy. You probably remember this to my advice to Mike. Tomlin head coach for the Pittsburgh steelers is to go back to the eighties. Watch Eddie Murphy. Raw and go like this me wouldn't me? That's it all you got to say. That's why you don't respond. What made us wait? Mike Tomlin go back watch Eddie Murphy Raw. Hey wasn't me that's it. You Ain't got this no proof. Where's the evidence plausible deniability? You come up with whatever you want. You didn't do that. You'll know what he's talking about one number two James Harrison. Come on Bro. Come on now. I mean you got to know because James Harrison is smart brother. Y'All if you talk to them and Louis Riddick I'm sure you have at some point in time and your career. If you talk to James Harrison. This is a very highly intelligent brother. He's been on this show. I've spoken to him in the past. He's a bright guy. You've got to know what kind of revelation to say something like this. What kind of heat? That's GonNa Throw in the direction of Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh steelers so I gotta believe that if you say what you said you know you might have a problem with the Pittsburgh steelers organization. Maybe my Tomlin in particular. I have no idea or whether that's true or not. I'm just talking about the optics. Howard looks that's the way I'm taking this right now. I don't think as much I don't I don't think it's much ado about anything The NFL probably will investigate the matter because they investigate they investigate anything for crying out loud. But I think in the end what it comes down to is if I might Tom. I don't know what you're talking about. And that's why I appreciate the steelers organization coming out saying man. There's no truth to this whatsoever. You're right there's no truth to it what he's talking about. That's the statue. Take and you hold it this probably. It's probably didn't happen but dammit and Mike Mike Tomlin. That's the first thing I'm doing. I don't know if James Harrison said it happened did this is going to make players want baby. Play for the Pittsburgh steelers. They take care of their own. And of course our really supposed to deny it even if it did happen. Who knows that? Of course he's supposed to do that. Look this one is not that hard. Bountygate was a sham. Bountygate was ridiculous on. Its face because if you are giving an incentive for your team to win what is wrong with that. Say Well to injure the player as long as it's legal hit. That's the name of the game. You're supposed to stop forward motion of the ball. I mean by Hook or by Crook stopped forward motion of the ball within the rules. And it's a full contact sport if you want to wear down. The opponent knocked the best players or key players out of the game by injuring them through the rules. It happens in boxing all the time. That's the name of the game in football now if James Harrison for first of all there's an envelope who knows what's in the envelope right. You said that there was an envelope so go find that out secondly if it was a bounty or for something the question is for. What if it's knocking someone out of the game? Legally there's no crime there go ahead and prove that it's illegally or maybe they're just and this is what it seems on the surface to me. Oh you're going to get a fine for playing hard. We're going to take care of that for you. Don't worry about that. We'll do right by will make you whole because you're playing hard. But what if these playing hard were playing in a certain way at the behest of of management or the coach of Mike? Tomlin well again that would come down to if Tomlin told him to break the rules or not and good luck proving that now on kind of an ethical or moral basis my own values would say. Hey if the steelers are in any way and again this is pure conjecture telling players to break rules to hurt somebody that is that is an ethical violation that is bad and somehow that were proven there should be a punishment but if they're simply trying to take care of a player who's getting fined view for playing hard well if they're simply trying to incentivize their players to knock another player out of the game within the rules. There is nothing wrong that I think. First and foremost it's important to get this out there number one Arthudi- the second. Mr Rooney has already said that this never happened. That's number one number two. Your reports already out there on social media on the Internet that say that James Harrison's longtime agent said he would have known have happened and he's saying this never happened so we need to get that out of the way I okay and then league needs to go ahead and investigate this and figure out. What exactly did transpire. I don't know how now ten eleven years removed you're going to actually proved that there was some kind of transfer of whatever it was within that envelope. That actually did take place. I don't know how you'RE GONNA wind up proving that at this point in time but you do need to go ahead and investigated in the interest of being fair and equitable and being consistent as far as your willingness and your desire to make sure that you investigate all things like this that can really compromise player safety especially given today's environment. There's no question that you need to do that. But all of that being said let let me just talk a little bit about this whole bounty thing in about players playing dirty and hard hits in the NFL and all that stuff. Okay and how actually coaches coaches kind of thing? Guy Played in an era in the nineties. Were there were guys who were some of the most vicious hitters that this league has ever seen and there was a fine line between what was dirty and what was clean and obviously it has changed. We have moved here into the late. Two thousands into into the modern day game. It has changed but it is a physical game in coaches would coach you to play the game right up until the line was crossed. They didn't want you to cross the line but physical play was part of the game and hard hits. Were part of the part of the game. And then you are. Oftentimes rewarded for big. Hits tackles inside the twenty on kickoff interceptions sex there were oftentimes rewards for doing that kind of thing and there's nothing wrong with that it's when people now start talking about there. Being bounties being put on players heads for in organizations in coaching staff coaching players and encouraging players to injure other players in my experience that never happened and I think we wildly go and let our minds go to that area of of speculation whenever this kind of thing comes up and in my experience. That wasn't the kind of thing that was happening. If it was happening it was happening on teams that I didn't play for. I play on some very good defense with the best coaches ever so I think it's kind of reckless to automatically assume that that's what we're talking about and these kinds of situations that being said they do need to investigate this. They do need to get to the bottom of it and there have already been people who have come out and staunchly denied this so then it makes you wonder. Why did James? Say it and Stephen as you already said. He has to know that if he says this kind of thing in today's Day and age where there's not a whole lot going on in particular in the media and in sports. We are going to talk about this kind of thing. You were going to draw a lot of attention to it and there's GonNa be a lot of people are going to be called on to eds or some questions that they never anticipated answering. Just like it's starting right now with this discussion inevitably this will come down to the idea of bounty and Lewis again. I see nothing wrong with that. Provided it's within the rules if this is a legal hit and you have a player a defensive end to linebacker or safety. You could do that so hard that he ensures the other player. That's the name of the Game Lawrence Taylor used to say. Try to put that shoulder pads of small quarterbacks back he's trying to break him in half. I mean we're talking about the highest profile players of the game back than Joe Montana. Steve Young whoever it was and guess what it made Lawrence Taylor the greatest player I've ever seen. I mean bill or Bill Belgian. Didn't want him to do that. You don't want to see the doesn't mean personally. You WanNa see. The other guy brought out on a stretcher. You know he's a human being for the family and all those things but it is a violent full contact sport and if you can limit the ability of the other team to advance the bowl within the rules you do that. I do not see an ethical issue as assist to come up to come on and defend the position that there is in fact an ethical issue with injuring a player in the NFL within the rules of the game or coaching staff. Incentivizing their team to do that. I failed to the crime there. Well you shouldn't feel to see the a matter of fact those is you should see it very very clearly. Look at what they're talking about. Two Thousand and ten win bountygate happened around that period of time. Gentlemen that's what makes this so significant and Louis riddick I don't WanNa hear about us and the media and all of this stuff it we're GonNa talk about it and then we're GonNa take you know situations like this and make it into something. I'm sorry Sir Blame Your League the NFL looked at the New Orleans. Saints Knowing How physical the game of football was those guys went after Brett Farve etc. A lot of people looked at in the said. Damn we kinda used to CNN. That's kind of football. We've been watching for decades. It did not stop the NFL from bringing the heavy hammer down upon the coach GM and some of the players until like others before they were basically exonerated in the end. What I'm saying you about James Harrison. This this is an incident. He's alleging is happened in two thousand ten that was around that period of todd where the NFL felt the need to really bring a heavy hand down upon what they see what they deem to be an excessive level of violence and so because of that he was fine. Offer that particular hit. We all know that the guy got could cost and it is what it is. It's the timing of this guy's that you've got to pay attention to it was around the same time. I'm not saying look believe me Stephen A. Look I'm not saying from a media standpoint that we're doing something we're not supposed to be doing. We're supposed to be talking about what I'm saying is James has to know that if he's going to make this kind of statement that we are going to talk about it. We're that's what I'm saying. So what I'm saying is look. If he's going to say he has to know that it is going to get a lot of attention and that people are going to debate this issue and it is going to without a doubt lead to some kind of investigation. So it's really willing to make something like this up. Is there something that really is something more to this? Despite the fact that everyone in the Pittsburgh steelers organization and James Longtime agent has denied that this has ever happened is. There's something more to it. I'm saying it's GONNA lead to an investigation and it certainly to an investigation. We're doing our job. I have no problem talking about it because I understand how the game was played. Then I understand how physical the game is and I look. I make no excuses for that and I'm quite honestly I'm not sorry. For how physical to gay MS. I have played since screws in my neck to show for it. I'm just saying for James to say to make any kind of accusation or any kind of inference that some. Kinda envelope was passed between him and the head coach after a big hit. He has to know what's coming down the pike. It's coming this right. You GotTa think is too that we will see a statement of some sort from Mike Tomlin. Of course we'll bring that to you on. Espn the second time. It happened so much more to come on. I take Lewis for being with us. Your home is that's why gyco helps make it easy to save on Homeowner's insurance because home is more than just a place. Home is where he built a giant pillow fort in your living room and when people ask why you have a pillow. Fort your living room. You say it's for your dog. And when they ask what kind you say chocolate lab and we've a web of lies that's almost as intricate as the crown molding in Fort Pillow. The GEICO Insurance Agency could help protect the pillow. Soft Fortress Uko home call Geico and see how easy it is to switch and save on. Homeowner's insurance so 'cause y'all Bro. Blade played for the level of games man. What's wrong with you bro? Money should not be a thing bro. I'm risking my life. I'm not playing unless I get mine. Rescues way down hiring amount of money on his way when about doing that? I love very spotter death. It's just not worth Bachman. Said Gift my money not saying speaking the truth Bro. Somebody's got to say. Listen man up and said it him. I Love Snowman has a beast to best lefties in the lenghty for Melby Commissioner Rob Manfred and frankly all of us to think about after those comments from Blake snow and Bryce Harper Manfred telling CNN. The League intends to test players and other baseball personnel multiple times a week using a drug testing lab in Utah it convert into process. Cova nineteen tests. Those who do test positive would be quarantined until testing negative twice over a twenty four hour period. So maxon Stephen Back Cure Max. Let's start with you. Do a problem with Blake Snell and Bryce Harper's comments not at all. I don't have a problem with someone saying you know what I'm willing to take risks with my own health. Forget about for a second being a vector for the disease right for being being someone. Who's concerned about spreading? Let's just start with how people feel about themselves because a lot of people say oh you have to take a risk. But you're not just risking yourself. We don't know where the viruses that will governments on a terrible job isolating it. We just don't know where it is and so we don't know where it is. We can't contain it right. So that's why they're social distancing. Let's start there so even people say well. I'm willing to take risks. It's not just about you but let's start with you if you're saying if an individual saying hey this is not just people over the age of sixty. We're seeing people die of strokes in their thirties and forties. We're seeing younger. People like this attacks the brain the kidneys heart etc. If someone is spooked by that there is no vaccine that I don't WanNa play. That's their choice. Always okay with someone saying no no I choose not to play or to work even as you said the these are not as central workers. That's number one number. Two team structure contracts even a major league baseball where Stephen. You and I agree. There should be some restrictions in terms of the length of contract stuff like that but major league. Baseball is much more labor friendly as a result of the hard work of the players then some of the other leagues. There's no salary cap for example there's luxury tax and revenue share but no salary cap so major league baseball though even they even even mlb even mlb steven sorry. Oh I'm sorry. Go ahead go ahead. I'm sorry no go ahead go ahead. Are you finished with all right? I'll go I'll go. I'll go okay. I got you listen. I completely disagree with you. I think that this I don't have any problem with how snow feels. I don't have any problem with how bryce Harper feels. I think it was a dumb thing to say particularly in this moment a Tom. I gotTA get mine. I gotTA get mine. I'm sorry Max Kellerman. I'm not Dr Foul. She and I'm not trying to be and I'M NOT GONNA get into the minutia of the things that you say as it pertains to the threats that entail the corona virus. We all know. We're living it right now. Gloves mask all of that stuff is necessarily right now safety. I we get all of that. I don't need to regurgitate those comments. I will say however is this you are. You are Major League Baseball player. You are participant in America's national pastime. Which is clearly lagging behind which is clearly lagging behind the NFL and the NBA. In this day and age they have failed to ingratiate themselves with the younger audience. The audience gets older and older. Everybody's looked at the sport you know. You've got the reviving baseball in inner city and things of that nature there. Rbi program and stuff like that where they try to pay attention and really ingratiate themselves with minorities throughout this country even though they usually go elsewhere outside this country to get minorities but the point is they have been lagging behind those other two sports basketball and football because they failed to ingratiate themselves with the younger generation and so because of that. You're looking at the dissipating tower that they've had it's dissipated to some degree. The players association as powerful as potent as it is it is not what it used to be and we all know that the players themselves have lamented it and as a result of that. You're going to have yourself you're gonNA find yourself a situation where you alienate if you alienate an audience in this day and age. You're hurting yourself. Smell is out there saying man got to get mine I got he makes perfect said. Excuse me I tell everybody you how much money you make give away fifty percent. Okay Sam because they come in for that so whatever they said you make chop dead in half and then when you consider the cuts that they are ready to negotiate it. I have no problem with the players. Association's position that. Wait a minute. We already discussed this. We had already dealt with this. What's the problem now I got? I have no problem with what I have a problem with how he came across thirty. Three million. Plus people have filed for unemployment. I got to get mind when you were scheduled to make seven million dollars. It's just a dump thing to say. Look you sign the contract. He's thirteen years over three hundred million. Oh blame a one bit. It's just not smart to say that that's all I'm saying you're right you're right. It's a bad look but even baseball as I was saying. That's been better in in recent decades in terms of paying players than the other sports in contracts etc. Even they want to save money right. They don't want to pay labor so they have. They have a system where the first several years of your career. You don't really make money now. You make money compared to the working man. Obviously because you're among the best in the world at what you do in a very rare skill but but snell me like half a million dollars for winning the Cy Young Award. Not as a bonus. That was his entire salary eventually. He signs a fifty million dollar extension. Stephen that's still lower than you would get on the open market. But he's not a free agent yet right so he signs a fifty million dollar extension normally these teams escalate the salaries. So you're wanted seven million year two. It's eleven then. Thirteen then sixteen teams do that to help themselves financially. So of SNELL's GonNa sit there and say wait a minute. I'm in the seven million dollars a year where that's going to get cut and now I'm good. I'll wait until I get the pay. Three four and five is your argument. Your argument is profound if somebody was debating whether he was right or wrong. That's not what we're debating what we're talking about is how how smart was it to say that at a time like this you remember the owners want them to come back to the negotiating table remember. There's a CPA twenty twenty to deal with. What do you do it? Just shut the hell up and let the Players Association speak you shut the Hell Up. Why does this fifty million dollars hunter? You can't tell people at a time with thirty. Three million people plus gone unemployment at this. You can't sit up or got to give on. I can't accept half a seven million set up. That's just dumb Terry. The messaging wasn't the messaging wasn't great along those lines but once again saying here's a player who not yet really a millionaire. Who was about to be one talking about his money but the owners can talk about the freemen as we don't WANNA lose thing. Bryce Harper agreed. What publicly new a three hundred million plus dollars at thirteen year guaranteed contract? Why are you opening your mouth? Shut up because the owners the owners are multiples of that association is fuel that which Plays Association and listen to this number guys in twenty nine thousand nine hundred major league. Baseball took in ten point. Seven billion in revenue and the average player earned four point four million either way billions and millions going around so a lot to discuss here. Jeff Passan told us is GonNa get ugly this week. He was right. We're not going to welcome in a special guest of I take of course the pro football hall of fame class of two thousand eighteen in Duckie. Brian Urlacher bears great as well as former ESPN colleague. We're so glad to have you with us. Brian First of all hoping that you in the family are doing well and staying safe but you. We are were liberal crazy. Otherwise been hot Which has been nice. The biggest adjustment process been the kinsman on from school all the time. So that's the that's been our biggest deal with Lord okay. Well I'm going to carry on then. I was hoping that we would. We would hear from your dogs. Let's start with the bears though Brian. And it's been interesting. The the quarterback situations been crazy bringing in backup. Nick Foles who was the ultimate backup and then saying to Mitch Trubisky. It's going to be an open quarterback competition as well and not picking up of course his fifth year option. What do you make of the quarterback situation with the bears? I personally like You know they went to the playoffs two years ago with Mitch. Starting quarterback defense was great. I I know that but I just think early on in the off season the bare said they were going to. He was there guy mentioned survivor with them. He's our number two pick from a couple of years ago he was our guy and then you go train for foles. What a month later I just? I'm not sure how much confidence that puts them in a and Mitch. I don't know I I didn't. I didn't love the train I like. Foles is a quarterback is a really good quarterback. I've ever say a guy as your guide leading. Be Your Guy Just that's all but I. You know I understand yet. That's a good quarterback these days and the version situation when it comes to that. How do you feel Brian about the bears defense? I mean obviously we've said a lot of things and obviously you are great linebacker. There's no questions why you know all fame but but when you look at the bears defense as great as they were as great as they may be considered to be they were obviously very lethal a couple of years ago. They dropped off a little bit last year. A lot of people attributed that to their offense and the offensive struggles and put too much on the defense. What was your take watching the bears defense last season and why there was so slight drop-off if you look at the points where they're really good last year. I think the takeaways touchdowns in happened on defense last year before they had so many takeaways and they scored a bunch of touchdowns. They had saks picks. Fumbles all those big That statue want. It doesn't help when you're on the field of bunch. I think the year before they ran the ball pretty well. Jordan Howard was still there. Mitch was was the second year quarterback. He ran the ball pretty well and it just moved to change when they had to so. It's hard when your defense is on the field. The whole time to get tired worn down a little bit during the season but I think this show will help them if they can run the football better. And just keep offense out there longer. Brian for a storied franchise like one of the traditional franchises in the football crazy town. You know maybe the greatest team of all time. The eighty five bears boy. There had not been a lot of great quarterbacks in Chicago and the first thought is like well cold weather. It hasn't stopped the pack. You know what do you think it is about the bears were? They had not even at like who? Who's the best quarterback of my lifetime for the bears? Mcmahon is? It's No one who you'd be like. Oh my God. That's one of the Best I've ever seen or some great quarterback. What do you think it is in Chicago? That they've not been unable to come up with the guy and I wish I knew Mac. It's frustrating. I think I played with pointing from starting quarterback and my thirteen years. There are a lot of guys to start at quarterback at one position I it can't be the weather like you just said green beans great job with Fred and and now they have Aaron I wish I knew it's crazy because we've had some good players in my personal favorite got to play with was Was Kyle Orton. Thought he did a really good job boards for a couple of years their limited resources around that our defense is really good and he understand how good our defense was so he wouldn't turn the ball over we three and out whatever. Go back and play some defense. I think a lot has to do with the quarterbacks and understanding of what team is good at Intelligence stood that but yet it's really frustrating to bring it up Max. We haven't had a guy not like an an rogers because you're not. There's only do those guys out there in the you know career the NFL but just someone that can get it done every year force consistently well upside of frustrate you a little bit more but I gotta bring up who your who your passed up on bring in Mitchell trubisky and that would be Patrick. Mahomes Shawn Watson you COULDA had either one of them. I mean that's not the choice that Ryan pace me. I want to know when you when you hear that because I know you've heard it on many occasions. How do you feel about it? And how worried should RYAN PAYS? Beat considering what the Shaw watching. Obviously Patrick mahomes up. Those two are unbelievable. They've had great careers. I know what three years in but but you don't know the first round picks you know there's been a lot of guys accused Smith Ryan Leaf. There's a bunch of guys who were terrible they just didn't pan out in the NFL at all. So you just don't know what you're good at many draft a quarterback in the first round. It's frustrating because they have done so well and we had chance to pick those guys but you know the the first round crap shoot. You just never know what's going to happen who you're GONNA get and how they're going to pan out at any position but I like what Ryan Pacers don't I think he's built out team I'M A OF GUYS. I like these built for the most part on a deeper side of the football and they rely on that Ryan. I want to ask your opinion on something. We've been talking about this. Today is James Harrison said that Mike. Tomlin handed him an envelope after that infamous hit in two thousand ten. I'm sure you've seen this floating around. That was during your playing era. What you make of his comments and how common things like that word? Did you ever have that happen? I've never heard of anything like that. Except for the The New Orleans situation. I've never heard of people getting paid for hits or something like that. And since the bountygate I haven't heard anything about either until James said that those communist other day you know. I'm not sure how often that goes on. I don't know if it really does. The game was pretty clean as far as I know but maybe there are some things that go on inside that I wasn't apprised to in my career but outside that I just don't see any reason to bring it up now honestly. I don't think it makes a lot of sense. Guys talk about it. What ten years after it happened. It doesn't do anybody for for anybody. Brian Hope Sports fans hoping that sports can be played in seasons can be completed in some form this season. And there's been a lot of talk of playing without fans and there's some sports like you see in the UFC. People that seem fights and empty gyms basketball more typical. You could play games and empty gyms but football is not the kind of sport where we're used to seeing it played without fans. What is your opinion? What's your view on getting the season done? If it means they're no fans yeah I just I feel like we need something as a country right now. Everything is nothing to watch nothing to do. I cannot see them not playing these games and the number one this is my stance on it but if you look at the money they will lose from TV money so the NFL has a huge TV CONTRACT NBA. The baseball major but they have huge TV contract. That's how they pay their players so I really believe they'll get him on. Tv At least there may not be fans in stadiums. And I've been since this whole thing started. I've been a huge fan. I've been watching stuff on on replay fights and I wasn't a huge fan before but it's just something to watch and it's so intense but I really believe that they'll get these Games on TV somehow. Brian thanks so much for joining us. And by the way before we let you go I want to give a little shoutout for doing a great job with the camera. Work Stephen Aim Max. I think he I think he did a really nice job zone camera there. So you've got guys this guy right here just will not leave me alone. He got his golf ball. That's what I do all day. Turn those ball for asking a lot of birds. Thank you in the back. That bad like the fact. That pro bowler linebacker. Brian Urlacher has. That dog is really fun for me. Let's get to the NFL again. In a conference call with reporters yesterday saquon. Barkley discussed his mindset going into the season with a running back market. Seth by Christian McCaffrey four year. Sixty four million dollar contract. Here's what Saquon Barkley said quote. I always feel like I've got something to prove. That's always been my mindset. Always going to try to be the best player in person that I can be not only for myself but for my team and Saquon obviously probably feels that way somewhat for what happened with the draft and everything his ear that he was drafted but either way a lot to prove with his giant squad Steven A. And Max back here on I take Max. I want to start with you because they are. Your giants can saquon. Barkley carried the giants to the playoffs. Yeah it's possible we've seen Jason Garrett is based on all world running backs a good offensive line and a young talented quarterback win nineteen ten games in recent years. And by the way Stephen in two thousand seventeen they went nine and seven. The cowboys did behind Ezekiel Elliott. Don't forget that was Dez. Bryant been what may turn out to be the last season of his career six touchdowns eight hundred yards dead's Brian. It's not like they had this incredible receiving core what they had was an all world running back and Saquon Barkley has shown. Look for first of all as a prospect before we ever turn pro. I said on this show many times and still believe he's the best prospect who ever lived at the position. What does that mean? He's two hundred thirty five pounds like he's bigger than Ezekiel Elliott for example. But he's also faster than Zeke Elliott catches passes better. Oh and by the way is significantly more elusive now as a rookie. Barkley had thirteen hundred yards and eleven touchdowns as a rookie so he had a bad your last year because he was dinged up if this is going to be a theme throughout his career then obviously he won't be able to carry them to the playoffs but let's say last year was an aberration. And in fact he can stay healthy and improve upon his rookie season. That's not outrageous improve upon thirteen hundred yards and eleven touchdowns for offensive coordinator. Who has shown that he will ride running back to the playoffs? Look the NFC. East is no great shakes. I know everyone's fawning over the dallas cowboys and CD lamb. Oh my God but they were doing that. The preseason last year a lot of people for the Cowboys Damian pick them to win the Super Bowl. Many people were very bullish on the cowboys they went eight eight. The Eagles won the division. Maybe the worst division never so given that as a backdrop can the giants who've invested mightily in their offensive line. Who Do have a talented quarterback. Obviously Daniel Jones fumble problems notwithstanding ken the giants riding saquon Barkley whose Christian. Mccaffrey was an MVP candidate last year. Barclay's more talented than McCaffrey. Can they ride in the play offs and a bad division? Yeah they can Bravo Bravo Bravo. I really really am so so excited. Gung Ho about news. You're touching very touching followed at all. Please if this were anybody else Max you about it. Come on now listen listen. The New York giants won the Super Bowl twenty eleven. They have missed the playoffs. Seven of the last eight years the what time they did make the playoffs. Odell Beckham do you forgot to really prep for the game? Because he was busy partying in south beach on a boat to do all right though we outta game even though it was a day off. They break any rules. Okay and we know what happened when they went to Lambeau field. They got Sprang Aaron Rodgers. Courtesy averages three hundred and sixty two yards for touchdowns even though he was sacked. Pa THEY ROB The New York giants thirty eight to thirteen. That's the only playoff appearance they have had since two thousand and eleven and by the way back step particular moment and top. I had a damn fro. This is how long it's been. Okay sits that time. What has happened? Mac Tom Coughlin Gone Ben mcadoo his puffy Pat Riley would be self. He's gone okay. You got a new coach now. She showed debate. All my goodness. I mean couple couple. Now check this out Mitch. He's a rookie head coach playing a coaching under Dave gettleman. Who you don't like who you've excoriated on numerous occasions because it is and all of a sudden because daddy no longer have to worry about airline and daily Donald Trump the ball eight times. Okay that to all right. We go to Sterling Shepherd and and and you know everyday grim total foot suddenly the New York giants to lead a New York. Just don't make a whole season. Oh stop it please. Saquon Barkley Nice attitude. Great Leader Great Guy. Great running back. We all know they going no damn place. He's supposed to say what he's saying. I got it but can he carry them to us. Stop it stop it if he couldn't do it when I was in junior. What are you doing this year? Just stop it. What are you always say when when you're projecting on this show you always say even? I've beaten you in an argument yet again. You always say even a broken clock is right twice a day. You gotTA figure that's GONNA BE GIANTS WITH THE OFFENSIVE LINE. Once was actually hit on some offensive linemen and if they hit on the offense running back like Barcelona Games. You know. We'LL EVENTUALLY LAURA. I'm going to hear close. How about that eventually going? I keep saying I'm GonNa Max eventually going now. That's why looking around like know you could go. I say going where it's cooler now mark. Hey I do speaking of hair. We'd like to see that picture. If you can dig that picture up of you with an Afro back in the day. Just let us know when you can get Pillai dot cheeky. I pull out that one.

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EP23: The Most Successful Rebranding Of All Time

The Marketing Rescue Podcast

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EP23: The Most Successful Rebranding Of All Time

"You're listening to the marketing rescue podcast the weekly show where we take a look at some epic marketing failures. Along with some pretty amazing and rescues and comebacks, and now your hosts you go and chat. Hey Chad. Yeah. You think of the ancient? Egyptians they're very industrialized right for the time. What did they use for the odorant while we're building the kermit's because you could think is that any Egypt's hot raising? The Nile River. No I'm sure they were. So technologically advanced a probably had something but. I don't know what it is. They invented perfumed baths that. Apply. Liberal amounts of perfume and the underarms after the bath. They also tried incense and even par each as the odorant. And women would place a GLOB of sainted wax on their forehead that old in slowly melt throughout the day spreading pleasant saints. As, well as making it not so pleasant. Very. Well I think I had heard something about that before about the melting wax. That's really interesting. Yeah. So we're going to be talking about a interesting brand today. I think a brandon everybody knows in an on the show we talk about brain failures and we talk about Brian Rescues. Usually. We talk about brands you very familiar with making either strange decisions we unpack on the show. But today we're going to be quite a brand that you think you know but with history that you probably done. Sounds intriguing ski the suspense. Yes. This brand I think it's been pretty widely covered as we get into this, most everybody will probably just immediately recognized the commercial spots and have some level of familiarity with the story nearly to the point that we need decided not to do an episode. Yeah Yeah. We're like is this even worth covering because it's so well known, but it's one of those things that it's so well known because it's very instructive. It's really powerful good example. So hopefully, we'll be able to bring a few kind of additional spins that you may not have heard before but at the end of the day, it's pretty well known. So most of you probably will be familiar with it. That being said, let's dive in. So, in the early nineteen hundreds, a man named William Lightfoot Schultz starts a company called unsurprisingly the lightfoot Schultz Company. They made shaving soap out of a factory in Hoboken, new, Jersey, and in one thousand, nine, hundred, nineteen, thinking he was making a good business deal Schultz sold part of the company to the American Razor Blade Company. So shaving soap and razor blades together. Pretty good idea. Yeah. Not Bad. So just about fifteen years later, Schultz was forced out of the company that he had started. He sold control to the American Razor Blade Company and left. With the money he made from the sale. He decides to start a new business. He stays with what he knows. Right making fragrance soaps toiletries at this point having the soaps primarily for women. The fragrances he used are based on actually a jug that his mother had in her house. It was heavily scented with rose petals, clove and Potpourri. And she used the Cinta Jug to deodorize the home to fresh in the air much like the air fresheners we use today and she referred to these as her old spice jugs hence the name old spice. In nineteen thirty, seven, he released his first products or women, saints, colds early American old spice in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eight. He saw the needs to productized for men in a release his first old spice products to the male consumer. Old Space was a massive success. and He's products for main were so successful, they stopped making women's fragrances altogether nineteen, thousand nine. Old Spice Focus on shaving cream sin aftershave lotions as well and during this time we're right in the middle of world, War Two. Space became a symbol of American patriotism. As soldiers carried their little porcelain bottles across the border into the world during the wartime. Shots Leans into the traveling wonder last image and he used sailing ships as he's brands. To make people feel really patriotic in the old spice brand did well, after World War Two his way into the nineteen forties. But Schultz passed away nineteen fifty and lift the business to his son George took over during this time. And after a few years without his father's keen business saints to guiding the business to decline. So this was in the nineteen fifties. So let's play quick add of commercial of nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, seven. ME. The HOLSON. Back. Here's a fellow who looks am feels like the top of the morning that's because he's starting his day the old spice way old spice after. Shave Lotion. The happy happiest ending a shave ever had and it's good for your skin makes your face wake-up tingles to a clean fresh feeling precious fray of the Sir. And, you'll really like that good tangy old spice sent Brighton bracing as an ocean breeze. Now, what does all this luxury cost just one dollar and never did a dollar bring you so much. So add spice to your life get old spice aftershave lotion shoulders just one of many famous old spice grooming aids. Olds buys aftershave lotion from the laboratory of scholten. The. Don't even bring one dollar anymore. We have this thing with the tooth fairy in our house where there's been. A. I'm ashamed to say but a couple of times where the tooth fairy forgot Oh. Came late, and so what you're able lied gets CONCOC- this time. I know I know. So usually when we do the tooth fairy, it's a big production, our house 'cause we have three girls and so fairies thing right. So we'll take the dollars and my wife Tiffany she'll put glitter all over colored glitter and there'll be this fancy note to thank them for the to describe how they're going to use the tooth and all of this kind of stuff it's like this big production. So well we. Forgot one time, and then we got into a situation where we had to come back and say you know the tooth fairy was sick every day the tooth fairy didn't show up she had to pay double and so then the kids started saying I, hope to tooth fairy doesn't show up because I can make a lot of money. You guys are sick puppies. So we we do get some dollars every once in a while from the tooth fairy nice. That's a great ad. It's like the whole voiceover and cartoon ask type. Visual production are that in a show Isra Racers love that and as often happens when a brand is. So strongly identified with a particular generation. The audience ages right and the products popularity wains. That's exactly what happened to PBR to. Yeah people and there aren't a next wave of consumers waiting in the flanks right? That's exactly what happened here, right? Exactly. It was very strongly. Anchored no pun intended to this kind of. Navy wartime veteran type of group. I remember my granddad having that in his bathroom never went to come visit. He could see little porcelain bottle. Yeah. With the little ship on top of it, it's what is associated with. Yeah. Yeah. Same here that was my first like experience with a Cologne or aftershave ish type of thing was my dad's old porcelain bottle of bolts bias. So by the nineteen seventies, the brand really starts to fall so far that they're becoming ripe for merger they're still making a lot of money doing a lot of sales, but they are clearly in decline in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two old spice merges with American San amid a fortune five hundred manufacturer with one, hundred, thousand plus employees. So the glory days of the brand are kind of like past at this point, the younger generation thinks of old spices, a brand for their grandfather's a cent for old people. Even the name. Is a little too on the nose for the reputation it's developing right. Right. Yeah exactly. So there's just nothing current nothing attractive about the brand at this point in time. Then it's just withering away and they're also a lot of different branding attempts to change that perception. Brian seem to be kinda caught between younger surfer people and the older generation. and. There was trying to identify with the C. but in a new way basically, let's pay quick aired from one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy with this theme. Become. Yourself. Go, find, success. Spice. That ad played in south. Africa. Growing up and IT'S A guy surfing with a beautiful woman in the background it's obviously very dramatic. But. Just two years later they had another ad let's play that quickly. Nineteen seventy two. Wake Up. Wake up with Ole spots. Field freshness of the open sea. Wake up with those. Field a spray on your face. And waiting at your back. Come on wake up to the freshness of the open seat with all devices and get it smooth shave by shave cream. It's the exact same treatment that's thousand, nine hundred. Very consistent that was part of their problem is two years later and he can see A. Completely? Different treatment and everything about is different. That's a sailor. On a ship talking about the products. That's got nothing to do surfing in thing to do with the hot goal that he had. So, the story went on and they really struggled to find identity or more important than struggled to find their target audience as their existing target audience was busy aging. So in nineteen ninety, cincinnati-based procter and gamble bought what was left of the brand for three hundred million. Cincinnati. natty yes. You know I moved from Europe to Cincinnati it was my first American city that I landed from London, it's a little bit of a culture shock. Sure, that was a little bit of an adjustment. You were able to work on a lot of procter and gamble brands. WPP where I worked in London for five years Wonderman born. A small agency in. CINCY. That had the P. G. accounts. And you can say what you WanNa say about Cincinnati, it is beautiful and proctor and gamble is the best in the business right? So much of working on the brand for five years. So and that's where I met my wife. So it was worth the move. Yeah. We always joke about US stopped in Cincinnati on the way to the west coast. Again. That's great. Yes. They get it for a bargain right? Three, hundred, million at the time may have seemed like possibly. But this proctor and gamble right they know value when they see it and they know how to use data to turn things around. So the press release stated that P. and G. liked the men's toiletries market and felt the acquisition gave them a strong foothold in the mail toiletries market worldwide P. and G., had a vision for the brand they were looking to get into the male market and PNG does do anything small it's go bigger go home kind of thing. So PNG Chairman and CEO at the time. Edwin Arts said he believed old spice had the quality and reputation to be a major worldwide brand but I had to get past perception of old spice as their GRANDPA's brand. And here's I think the for me I think they're really instructive piece for marketers. It's how do you actually change perceptions that are so strongly embedded because where? They were at that point in time was A. Very long history that got them there. The brand was old at that point everybody knew about it was very ingrained culturally and perception only. So that's like a really tall order to change something. That's so deeply ingrained. Interesting we just three recently recorded episode on. Tilly Canadian which leaned into their nostalgia started weedy on PBR and on. Polaroid. Right these are brands that leaned into storage that saved the brand right? We're year the nostalgia was hurting the brand. Yeah. There's no one-size-fits-all approach do branding marketing any of that kind of stuff? Yes. If you had a few different strategies that they employed rather than targeting adult men, they went after tweens or tweet nears. We. Had yet to declare loyalty to the brand. So there were still targeting the older generation, but they were basically playing the long game. You're trying to introduce a new target audience into the category the tweenies and teens. They handed out free samples of their hind deer and sub brand to kids listen to this ninety percents of old fifth graders in America. Got Sample. That is crazy. Right unbelievable through the schools like what logistical undertaking that would be. They had the money to give the product basically just way and to get it directly in the hands of their new charge orients and taking an out of the box strategy was part of it. They focus on sports, crowds suggesting a coloration between their products and athletic prowess. So they directly took on this perception of being old by challenging. The perceptions that went along with it. So old spice can't be old if it's being used by young athletic guys, you know sports he rose and just in general, very spry athletic young people. So they went grassroots sending reps with Promo Swag too high school games and Skate Park events sounds kind of a little bit like PBR strategy that we talked about, and during this time they're also expanding their product lines include a suite of washes and sprays and provide more variety and utility as more categories are popping up they package, it informs that their audience would want to use. And they don't stick with old formats and expect audience to come to them like, for example, using body wash versus bar soap. So how does all of this work does the PSG marketing machine that we know so well, hit it out of the park no, it failed miserably. What unfortunately? Not Not only was a unable to break through the perception of all spice. As for older main, the timing was just who reigned us in two thousand and two axe body spray launched in the US and basically dominated the market. The P. and G. was hoping to tap into. Was Everywhere and had a very, very cunning. Marketing Campaign advising campaign has really resonated with the same audience that PNG was trying to convert and old spice smell like Grandpa at this point. So they go back to the drawing board in two, thousand, six P. and G. Hires a new AD agency to help reinvigorate the brand. In two thousand eight. They release a campaign that was super funny but not very effective promoting their swagger product lines ads like this one featuring NFL star Brian Urlacher touted old spice as the guy's secret weapon to get the ladies. I Brian Urlacher, challenge the to an honor duel a once an honor duales. Those me? Brian Urlacher that started using swagger from old spice. WHO's laughing now? I don't know that doesn't really do anything coming. Up. Pretty, well, known football player, right? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Tapped into that star power, but it really just didn't move the needle against acts who is tapping into this kind of sex sells kind of thing with the younger teens and young adult target audience. They just don't have the impact that they need, and so even though it makes a little bit of progress, the brand doesn't really go anywhere at that point. Yeah. So PNG does what does and looks at data and basically turns on his head. Working on proctor such long time that is what they're good as looking at consumer data and really really drawing good insights from it. Sin Two thousand identified a key insights that six percent of main body wash are purchased by women. Right because they go to the store and they buy stuff for their husbands or their boyfriends and so on. So old spice team. Late by brand manager, James moorhead really keyed into this fax and they also emphasized the importance of humor in reaching across change alliance right they're not going to have a ex type of campaign marketed to women because it'll just annoy them and frustrate them and it's inappropriate for that matter right moorehead's save categories like deodorant body washes tend to be what be cool low involvement. So humor is a great way to spark interest and create a deeper connection with a brand. The combination of insights late sue one of the most iconic campaigns in recent memory and let's play this quick ad and then I'm sure everybody would recognize it. Slowly. Looking man now back to me now back now back to me, sadly, he isn't me. But if you stopped using ladies Senate body wash which to old spice, he could smell like he's me looked out back on where on your on a boat with the man your man could smell what's in your head back at me I. Haven't. It's an oyster with two tickets to that thing you love look. Tickets are now diamond anything is possible when you're man smells like old spice and not a lady I'm on a horse. That's just awesome. I. Totally. Remember when that came out. Literally e mailing links to like nobody's in the office and going Oh. My Gosh did you see this? This is amazing. The fact that he did that if it appeal to women and two men. Yes. So it's like a very good treatment that. Sparks interest in both sixes right that's the amazing thing about it is the nailed them both and the campaign is known as the man your man could smell like, and so for some reason you've been living under a rock and haven't seen the original ad go to our website at marketing rescue podcast dot com. And watch it in the show notes. It's worth it. Even. If you've seen it one hundred times, just one of those things that just it's just so unique at that time and the way they launched it was amazing. They ran the AD in theaters on Valentine's nice before airing it on TV they put it on the old spice facebook fan page by using social media. They could tell how the ad was doing and with what audience and this was back in the days when facebook was new. And people weren't really sure how to leverage it from an advertising perspective. So moorhead noted that they knew that a quarter of the brand's fans. On facebook were female. So the ad campaign empowered those women to choose old spice not because it's what they're man would want but because it's what they want their man to smell like. And according to the promise of the campaign to be like. So the combination of humor and creativity and speaking directly to. The female without alienating the actual users of the product. Just. Resonated in a way that I think nobody really expected. It was successful but just how successful was it or man I'm GonNa try not to. Rattle. Just data at you, but it is actually really interesting to look at the campaign analytics. In Day One, the campaign reached five point nine million youtube views. And but it was baker that's more than Obama's victory speech after twenty four hours. The day to all spice had eight out of the top eleven, most popular videos on the web. On Day three the campaign eclipsed twenty million youtube views. And Week one post launch the work had been seen forty million times. Twitter, Fatah's increase twenty, seven, hundred percents. FACEBOOK fans into action winter with eight hundred percents. FACEBOOK fans increased sixty percent from foreign thousands eight, hundred thousand. And I can go on and on and on but all spice. Also became the number one. All time most viewed and the two most subscribed brand channels on all of Youtube from this campaign. So yeah, it was successful just a little bit. Amazing this is like the definition or the textbook example of viral video and viral marketing. There's no way they could have even predicted how successful it could have been. The Star of the video is this unknown actor at the time Isaiah Mustafa who is now in overnight celebrity when this hits and one of the most recognizable faces and voices in America so PNG. Is hit out of the park with a new campaign. This new star who is young he's desirable is confident. Basically just everything the brand wanted to be. And stuff ends up doing all of these big. TV appearances like. And just about every talk show, you know you can think of they all of course, ask him to do the voice and say it like in the commercials an all of the women in depth swooning, and it's all of these extra impressions it will. End Up worse, swooning. SWOONING APP like when they're like. Is that a word used in your household a lot swooning? No. I don't think that my wife soons over much that I do. So. Now, it's not used very much. Food, that's. Plenty of swooning going on from. Seen it hand. Because she's very generous. And forgiving. But yeah, th- The question becomes like can sustain this how how do you take this massive wave and ride it and keep it rolling with such a hugely successful campaign there's always anticipation for what's GonNa come next and is this just a flash in the PAN during that to like strike while the ions hot point right? So they did something amazing. They followed up the campaign with like an amplification campaign five months later in July. They released a video series of the old spice man. The character never released his name and he responded to individual tweets, social media, comments for regular people and also for celebrities like. And this was another huge success and it really kept the momentum going. So let's pay clip of that. elissa Milano tweets genius shirtless old Spice Guy Replies on twitter via Larry personalized videos. Thanks on this but you want to know what's really genius a father who cares so much about his daughter and her future that he comes up with a unique and ground-breaking plan to move from their questionable New York City neighborhood to upscale suburban Connecticut with us better schools and then sacrifices pry becoming a housekeeper for a middle aged woman and her son and her mother. I mean, what we're doing is cooler this but that is Jesus. It is genius people felt like they had. Basically direct conversation with the brand they were tweet something common something and the old spice man makes it a little vignette talking to them. It's fantastic and the most important thing that it did it gave the old spice brands of very fresh cutting its perception among the new talk audience. Yeah. It's just so amazing in. So connective with your target audience as. Talks about the experience of producing that campaign. How Fun it was how exhausting it was how effective it was, and he says quote I get emotional when I think about that for three days the goal was three hundred videos one hundred videos a day. That is crazy. It's insane for three days twelve hours a day we sat there and every seven minutes we cranked out a new video. There was a team of writers at the table and I would read it out loud to make sure that's what they wanted and then I would read it on camera. We'd be laughing through it because it was funny but we had to stop ourselves to do the next one. The only thing that slowed us up was trying to choose WHO's response to get to or what prop we could crow are in there. But that was honestly some of the funniest times we've had with old spice and I think that's where the character was really crafted in those three days because we answered so many questions in reached out to so many people and said. So many wacky things you've died laughing everybody was on the floor it was feverish. It was like a two minute drill you had to get it in. So you could get to the next one amazing stuff that all on their brand channel, right? You can still up on youtube as with all things like this fever pasts is impossible to sustain this kind of buzz ongoing. But one thing that all spies did through this, they completely changed the perception and almost overnight opened up an entire new audience. There's a lot of things we can learn from this, and perhaps it is that they didn't succeed the first time around and they actually changed their strategy they gang up tweens initially in then they decided not working and they looked at the data and the camera with a different strategy. We've seen so many times in the show that a lot of brands that are invested in their strategy to double down. And then they exponentially amplify their mistakes and I think that's something at proctor and gamble does really well, they can pivot really fast and they did that right ear. They didn't just keep on trying they kept on digging into the data to find new insights that would spark new fire right that led to think there's a lot to be said in that. As marketers we tend to. Get Hung up on specific pieces of data the telephone story. Yeah. Because he can look at a lot of information. But I think taking a step back and going back to join Ford when it's appropriate when something stop working is very hard but also very important sometime. And then finally for me, the inside that women are making the purchases. For Maine was really kier and they didn't just find the data I think a lot of. Brands would be scared to tap into that but they really acted on us. They created a very, very smart like we just listened funny campaign. That spoke to women about what they wanted. They meant to be and is just wicked smart and to your point about going back and being willing to really look at things that aren't working and to keep trying and keep moving forward. That's one of the things that proctor and gamble is so good at they understand how to pace themselves right win to push when to be patient and as they started to see the amazing results happening from social media, there wasn't an immediate strong uptick to sales and so there had been some conversations about okay. We'll sales didn't necessarily massively go up the next week. Do. We kind of continue with this I think they recognized the reality of. How they were impacting their target audience and how they were truly connecting with them in a meaningful way and trusted that process that they know and have leveraged so many times over so many brands over so many years of creating emotional connections through an insight, and then that came to fruition the campaign launched in February right around the super bowl and sales were up sixty percent by May and one, hundred, twenty, five percent by. July. So it did take a little bit of time for the sales to catch up with the brand momentum, but it worked in a big way not only that they sales go up they changed the brand perception weaving forward. Right and I really encourage me to go to the show notes on our sites and look at these videos they they reader refunding and re good. All right. Thanks guys speak to you guys next week biped. 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EPISODE 92: The NBA Boycott and The Legacy of LeBron James

NuChannel Sports Podcast

36:48 min | 6 months ago

EPISODE 92: The NBA Boycott and The Legacy of LeBron James

"Coming up on episode 92 of the podcast we discuss what went down last week with the NBA boycott. And we also discuss how the NBA bought a card effects LeBron James's Legacy. It's one of those things where we think about it and he's not here tomorrow A lot of people are going to be very proud of him. And a lot of people are just they're not following those. Well, I'm going to hope that they follow in those footsteps actually, you know other athletes because it's just a large audience, you know, and it's not just about everybody loves sports. So everybody's going to view sport. It's an Escape, but at the same time why not use it and and stop like ignoring like the issues that are actually going on right now, you know, and a lot of people are you know, telling for example were saying, you know, shut up and dribble basically and I just find that mad rude and it's basically saying don't remind us what's actually going on in the real world like we get that off. Is she was there but don't touch on it. We already know it's there. We just don't want to do anything about it your own lives of the new Real Sports. Yes. So oh Rich Morton Volvo LeBron James Welcome to another episode of the new channel sports podcast. My name is o n e we have a very very good show in store for you today. It is your first time listening. Please do not hesitate to subscribe. If you're an apple podcast Spotify. I heart wherever you're at this go ahead and subscribe. You can do it on our website as well. That's new channel Sports. Net new channel spilled and you Channel if you want to catch it on the radio won't afrovibes radio every morning every morning every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. Sitting straight across from me. She decides to return to the show what I'm impressed. I'm impressed Ali. What's up? What's good? What's up boss is good to have your back. It's good to be back. All right. All right and to my right it's phenomenal Chris. I like I like that. Hey, this is going to be a good show. What's good? Cuz last year you're like you don't get you don't get no big Chris. You don't get no channels waiting with you would do a lease. So you gave her, you know gave a good shot out. But you gave me a good one too. So we good we go. There we go off. So we're going to kick this off with one of our more popular segments. We are going to do backcourt violation new channel sports versus versus back part off. Let's get to it. So for those of you who do not know a backcourt violation is it's really twofold. So the first thing is I'm going to ask you all three questions. Are you going to try to figure out who I'm talking about? I give you a little history about the person and then the second part of it is I'm going to give you the backcourt Violator of the show y'all ready. I'm ready. Oh God, how are you ready? Oh, no, I'm like, oh God, but it's all right. So I'm gonna give you three Clues first clue and you're gonna try to figure out who this is. I kind of made this a little hard I think owe for my last clue. Hopefully you suck. Get it. Okay. All right. Let's do it. This player was a McDonald's All-American and a medalists on a FIBA World Cup team. medalist on the Carmelo Anthony no sir, and was what he was a medalist. I think he won the silver medal in the FIBA World Cup team. I'll give you guys a big hint It's associated with NBA. So you say you know, you don't know how he got a guess. No, okay, that's fine. Second clue this player played and coached in both the Western Conference and find the Eastern Conference. Hmm. He play in the All American McDonald's game and he put He plays soccer. No. No, this is for the basketball NBA. Okay, I guess and say what Jason Kidd. Turns out and the third and final clue is he has family all over the N B A. That'll give it away for y'all really the curry. Oh Lord. Oh Lord. I am talking about Doc Rivers. We're closed with the current connection because his family is part of Korea cuz I don't know if you guys know this Doc Rivers daughter married Seth Curry Steph Curry older brother, right. So, I was going to say it should I cook meatballs freshman you were like all over in the a right. So while I bring it up Doc Rivers, I'll tell you so a lot of people don't know about Doc Rivers. What is George Hill's playing for the Spurs? And he may have already been gone, but during the time period where his house was in San Antonio, his house is burned down and it was because of arson. Now what we don't know off the rated if it was related to racism because Doc Rivers his wife is white. So he's never come out and said explicitly that was racism, but he certainly hinted at home. And the problem is he's really never known and anyone who knows about Doc Rivers his entire life. He's kind of dealt with racism. The biggest thing in his culture career was with Donald Sterling while he was the coach for the Clippers wage and then to hear him speak this week after the death of Mister Blake was powerful. It was incredible because he's not just any individual. He's an individual home late in the NBA who was a star grown up in in high school, then came to the NBA and then coaching Indian won a championship to hear him speak about Mister Blake's death and I'll talk about in such a powerful nature and have a forgiving spirit because things that he's been through in his life is really poignant. And if you don't know who Doc Rivers is in the next eight seconds, when I give you this information, that means you have committed a backcourt violation. Are you ready for the back or violate of the week? Yes, sir. Are you all ready for the back court violated? Sure. This one is going to Brian Urlacher in this one's I want to say it's too easy. But these are the comments that he made after Mister Blake was shot seven times. He said Brett Favre played in he sent out a tweet bit Brett Favre played the Monday night football game the day his dad died threw four touchdown passes in the first half and was a legend for playing in the face of adversity NBA players boycott the play-offs because of dude reaching for a knife wanted on a felony sexual assault Warren was shot by police. This is wrong on so many different levels. Right? Number one. There was a nice in the car. Nobody said he had a knife in his hand but more importantly bath beyond that is compassion, right? This guy was shot seven times in front of his kids. And the first thing you can think of is well, what's the justification? He told us exactly who he is and more importantly. He said some dude bro. Brian say his name man misses a grown man, Brian Urlacher you played in the NFL for how many years in the Hall of Fame. You know what it is like to be in a log Room with other African Americans, but he showed his true colors and for that you sir for the backcourt Violator of the show. Hm well deserves it is well desert a very good Chris. So we're going to continue with the talk of you know, social injustice the Milwaukee Bucks this past week on Wednesday decided they weren't going to play they were going to we had a discussion earlier course, we don't know where to call a boycott or strike or just a moment, but they decided not to leave their locker rooms. They had a game five against Orlando which they you know, they would anyway today. So Orlando was like we will do that. We bought was a played with the anyway, but anyway, they did that and it trickled down to other leagues the WNBA. They postponed a game MLB response from the games as well. Major League Soccer did the same thing also, so I thought that an interesting topic for me was dead. Is this effect LeBron James's Legacy as a professional basketball player? Cuz you know Muhammad Ali was such a big figure as a boxer but it became even Larger than Life when he stood for something when he decided he wasn't going to go for in the Vietnam War. So I we've talked about Patrick Mahomes on this podcast couple of times and Chris took a statement that Patrick Mahomes is on his way to being the greatest athlete of all time and I look at it as more so because of what LeBron is doing now and what he's doing for social injustice that he might be on his way to being the greatest athlete of all time not just on the court but off the court as well because he's the most influential athlete right now today. There's no other athlete that necessarily comes close, right? So what are you guys took about LeBron James and him taking that step to being one of the more influential athletes of all time. I just think I think it's great what he's doing, you know, it's one of those things. For he knows he knows very well the audience that he carries and he knows very well that that audience is large. So I think it's it's awesome what he is doing and how one of those things where if you think about it, if he's not here tomorrow A lot of people are going to be very proud of him and a lot of people are just they're going to follow on those like, well, I'm going to hope that they follow in those footsteps. Actually, I you know other athletes because it's just a large audience, you know, and it's not just about everybody loves sports. So everybody's going to view Sports. It's an Escape, but at the same time why not use it. Like ignoring like the issues that are actually going on right now, you know, and a lot of people are you know, telling for example, A lot of people are saying, you know, shut up and dribble basically home and I just find that mad rude and it's basically saying don't remind us what's actually going on in the real world like we get that that issue is there but don't touch on it. We already know it's there. We just thought To do anything about it right now and they're human beings as well. Right? Yeah. Yeah, of course, so I mean It's honestly very shocking to me that a lot of people think that he shouldn't even touch any topics on it. I mean, he's black with like his mom is black. His dad is black his brothers sisters, whatever everybody like his it's just it's something that needs to be talked about, you know, and it's hurting everybody not just thought you got shot. It's hurting their families hurting every black person. Like I just think it's on honestly like he's creating a great legacy and I'm proud of him for that purpose. I agree with you. I think it's we talked about on this show whole bunch. It's part of the audience. So it's Alex point the whole shut up and dribble thing is okay. So if he doesn't mention that on the court, how do you want him to mention? It? Should he never mention? It should we never talked about Injustice? Because it comes down to the point where if you're a black person or person of color beige. How do you protest seriously think back to even the sixties people have problems with that? Okay. So now Colin kapernick says you know what I'm just going to kneel during the national anthem. I'm not gonna do anything just going off and I make my point. Oh, you can't do that. And then in the NBA they decide okay, some people say boycott. I say they couldn't play because it was emotionally draining. They're not going to play a couple of games or you can't do that. So could you tell me bro? I can't meal I can't make my voice known then. How do I protest something that's going wrong, right? They don't want us to protest they don't want us as black people. They just don't want to hear it off at all. They don't want to hear it know, they just want to sit down wash your sports as if they're just robots or just entertainment entertainment. I love that entertainment is entertainment for them. That's all your life or just stay on the court entertain me. I don't want to hear you talk. I don't want to hear your voice your opinion about anything that's gone as well. Just sit there and entertainment, but what they're forgetting is that these are off. Human beings on the court they have live as well. They have families. They have people that look up to them. They have fans to look up to them and they don't understand that some of the fans are look up to them are the ones that are tushies. I need you to voice your opinion because all over the world. There are some people right now that in their household, they don't have father figures. They don't have people to look up to they look up to LeBron James. They look up to Tiger Woods Kobe Bryant Tiger Woods. All right. So our goal is twice. I did I did I did I mean but I was saying I'm going to come at a Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan, but I know you would offer I knew you were that's why what LeBron James is doing is so significant to me because Michael Jordan do this. This is be real Michael Jordan. He didn't use his platform to fight social injustice. He said Republicans buy shoes too. Right? Right, right. I'm not mad at you that long either. Yeah, but you know, there's you know, you all smoke given to rent taking the easy way out. Yeah, but you wanted to be either way out. Let's be real because all the backlash that LeBron James is getting right now. That's because he took the harder out he is going and standing by saying that he actually believes it and as me as a father and I'm sure you're Chris you as a father as well. Yeah. I know Ali have a a kid's for you. I'm glad I played really don't even do that. I'm messing with you. I was really long as you as a parent though. You want to tell your kids always fight for what you believe in? Yeah, right that may come as a cost. There may be some negativity out there, but that that's what you have to do and log. The thing that they're really bouncing me about this whole thing and about the black lives matter is that this is what this country is supposed to be about your freedom of speech freedom to express yourself. But when you do that, especially as black women and black men is just seems like oh no we don't want you to sing. The thing is I don't think it's limited to bring in a black one. You know. Any people of color are really just any group. Right? Right. That is not quote-unquote mainstream is we don't want to hear from you and it's always been that way and for me, it's just I'll be right with you all this past week. I was sitting down I was thinking do black people actually matter when we talk about it. We put it hashtag black people matter or black lives matter flag and all that. But when you sit down and you look at some of the hate the guy in Kenosha, Wisconsin, there is an individual who had one of the biggest guns I've seen in my life that gun was ridiculous. I don't know what it's called for your gun heads. Maybe I'll know when I see them like boy, that's a big gun. That's all I can say and the police were like, okay, sir, you know put your gun down put your hands up and he's arrested with no issue. But if she were me now I can never do that. But more importantly I can be unarmed and still killed, right? If that's not a problem, I don't really know. What is it was a problem. We know what's the problem but then you have people like Brian Urlacher who just they don't get it and that's what we have have a discussion right? We just have to As Americans cuz we we call ourselves Americans. Yeah, right. So what that means is you're my fellow American if I see you in pain and there's something going on with you a lie back down and talk to you and listen to what you have to say. And let's have a adult conversation about what's going on. Cuz what I'm seeing on social media is making me sad. I'm not going to lie to some of the responses to sort of things that you have to say. It's like we can't disagree about anything anymore. Well, this is not a disagreement. It's nothing there's nothing to disagree about. Okay do black lies matter what I'm talking about as far as what you're seeing like are we in disagreements that no one should be shot seven times in the back. Oh, okay. I see what you're saying. Yes, I'm saying. Yeah, we were discussed a black lives. They got this, you know, it is what it is what it is a point, but it comes, you know, even though you believe what you believe. Can we sit down and discuss this do you actually look at me as you age? Hello American and that's what this whole movement is about, right? Yeah, do you actually look at me as a fellow American and do you understand why we don't believe that we're fellow Americans just look back at history. Yeah, we didn't come here on our own power became our own boats as slaves. If you can't understand that first, then we can't wage game and talk, you know, it's interesting a lot more Bring It Up Normally we chat befor podcast and Ally brought up something before the podcast and I just I think it's so powerful important that I just want people to understand even what you're going through as you just put it out there. That's right, and I'm not even black. You know, it's one of those things where you just want to share common sense sometimes and It just becomes political all of a sudden simply because they don't like what they're hearing and you get all this backlash and I just I don't know. I don't even know what to do with it anymore. You know, it's just filled up in my DMs. I just share something that's very simple. Like, I don't know just in about the Jacob Lake situation and it was one post my Instagram story and my DMs were just filled they were filled of well black lives matter. It's all lives matter and OH police. Like he should have just resisted and this and that and I just don't understand what what is up with all these excuses is that's what it is is excuses cuz there's nothing that you can call her but an excuse to 4 for nonsense, but I think so Ali kind of work salary is an ally so you put that out there so we took off Need allies. You know what? I mean? We need white people black people spending people Asian, I don't care where we need allies because at the end of the day when we say black lives matter, I brought this up before I think the person who best explain was Dave Chappelle if you have your wife or your child come up to you. If anyone's had a child in this room and your child came up to use this Ally. Oh and you Chris, do you love me which one of us is going to say? Oh, I don't I don't know how to answer that but I love all children. You can give like, okay. Thank you. But I am asked you about our children. I asked you about me and as black people were saying do you love me and they're like, well, we love everybody right and but they you have never spots. This makes you feel like okay, you really don't care about me. They didn't they didn't even understand that. Yeah, cuz we're trying you having that response is not a yes right off. You would never responds to watch like that say, yes, but well at the end of the day, it's just is this send that we're just going to agree to disagree on I guess I've gotten their wage you go your way. I'll go mine. Let's just concentrate on police brutality and let's try to concentrate on, you know them actually doing their job correctly right and treating everybody dead. With the same, you know, I don't know the word I'm looking for but everybody should have the same cuz I saw this video this viral of this white guy berating this wage officer. Any officers is there as calm as day? Weapons and being drawn I see nothing but as as black people we felt like that was a black person the weapons going to be drawn immediately quickly swiftly for this one word for that in the world is fear. He doesn't fear the white guy buried him. He just his he sees him as a brother right? It's almost like when you're dealing with your family members, I can see you or any cuz I know you for years I can see you go from zero to ten like that. So anyway, but a lie, misremember like yo Chris fucking you know what I'm saying? Because which is okay because I don't you don't know me, right right. So if I go from zero to hundred right now Ellie, you're going to be like, oh whoa. Whoa, whoa, but that's a lie has just been a lie. Yeah. Now if you're a lead the police officer and you've been trained for situations like this. You can't just go like walk pop up, Right right, you do that. Yeah, of course knowing that if I'm looking at you and I go 0 to 100 then I turn around and you go pop doing It doesn't make any sense. That's and that's what we're talking about. We're talking about police officers out there trained professionals. They should have better judgment and search was you can be it can be scared. We're all human beings, right? Yeah, you can definitely be one hundred percent scared. I understand completely. I tell you I don't know if you know this but I'm off the scariest people. You can know I'm just I'm I'm scary so you don't want me with a gun in my hand cuz I could shoot myself. Obviously you go-go place to go back I could so we don't want to get too far off with this. It's been a topic. This is the main reason why the Milwaukee book bucks, whatever you want to call. It strikes. I cought suspended gangs because they want to bring to life what has been going on for the longest period of time we will call police brutality or social injustice. They want to bring into light. So yep. To this whole thing took place the NBA players decide have a meeting. Right and I guess we can call whatever you want to call it. But LeBron James is just kind of like we need to stop playing altogether. He just he just jetted he was off. He was like we need to stop we're stopping. I'm gone. Yeah, some of the Clippers felt the same way. I guess they dipped the rest of the players and the rest of the team know we want to continue to play. So what I've heard cuz no one's there in the bubble. Yeah, but what I've heard is that you know, Barack Obama Michael Jordan they kind of talked over on Oprah Delon dead. It was it down. I thought you can't imagine put out today, but they talked some sense into LeBron and say, hey man, we should continue to play one of the players that stood up and spoke with some really good stuff with Jaylen Brown. He stood up her the same consistently, right he stood up and he was like man, we could stop playing but we stop playing or all the players going to go out and do their part. Are you just go back to your families and chill I guess a vacation cuz if you're going to do that, then there's no point in stop playing if only 10% of us rising and go out there in the trenches and do what we need to do. Then it's not there's no point in doing that. Oh, I mean you kind of differ on this your of the position where they should if there were going to stop play stop play for good well, but but on the if they were going to get started, yeah finish it like Thursday, we're on different position. Right? Right and you saying they should stop I'm saying I'm fine with the brake and they could continue playing I'm just interested in hearing a lease. So I guess the thing is in your opinion based off in the beginning early about Wednesday, right? I'm of the opinion that they should continue playing which they've chosen to do and then there's the other side of the equation where they just stop playing but like okay wage. And we're going home. Where do you fall on that line? I think they should just continue playing because if if this issue would have still been very very hot it is and it's still is but you know after the Jacob blanket obviously bursted all over again, but I asked if it was still that hot like they just shouldn't have even they should have just canceled and like the playoffs from the beginning, you know, and I feel like it's just already kind of far in and kind of like what you said just like it's already what are you going to do? When you get home, you know, you're very you're very pissed off right now, at least they have media for them to like, you know, speak on it and talk but when they go home, you know, are they going to do their part to like, how passionate are you about this? We know LeBron James as we know several are so but what about the rest of them? Yeah, they you know, so I just I think it's better to have some sort of Some sort of message across I guess like black lives matter then, you know all over the NBA and stuff. Obviously, it doesn't seem right exactly but it's better to have that I would say than just have nothing. Yeah being spread I'm with you one hundred percent because it's that platform. I mean honestly how many of you knew. I mean I knew him because I mean I'm a I guess a whooping head. But how many people knew who Sterling Brown was before this even George Hill not a lot of people knew them and without the platform of India being in the phone number we would not hear from them even valleys Point. Let's say they go home and do nothing. Well, that's bad. But let's say they go home and they really are into it, but they don't have that. They don't have that LeBron name or like a sucker e or Chris Paul or Dwayne Wade, even though he's retired now, but If you don't have that backing that platform, then you're better off being in the bubble. At least I can see you, right? Yeah, I just think I don't necessarily think there's a bad answer to this page. Are you right or wrong answer this? I guess I want to say because I did meet someone the other day who didn't even know who Jacob plague was he was just like why did it stop in the ass? And so I'm assuming confusing for him. It was like, why did he get confused as what he figured out what happened then he was like, oh this is why this topic games, but I guess my whole thing is I just don't understand why they stopped in the first place and based on what was going on with what Milwaukee not telling them that they're going to stop any way. It kind of makes more sense. Cuz no one even knew they were going to do it. Anyway in the first Quake. I will tell you and I talked about this on the radio show. I'm a huge fan of Stephen A Smith all these guys on T because what they do is not easy know they do it every day every and yeah, but I've never been more disappointed in him. Then when he reported what he report if you haven't heard he came on the radio and he came on the his show. I think it was either Thursday or Friday basically saying that some of the players were angry with LeBron because of the way LeBron spoke to them and LeBron was kind of pouting and when I was watching I was thinking to myself, who is this for nobody takes me at 1 a.m. And that it's selfish and I didn't see it didn't it didn't have the black lives matter movement. It doesn't help show solidarity. It does nothing. It kind of goes both ways right off Stephen A Smith. His main job is to report stuff right? I don't know who will be saying this. I don't know if I will be saying the same thing if he was white. Because we look at see maintenance and we look at him as a black man. That's a message for me. I said me. Okay, and they say everybody else is for me. That's why maybe I'm looking at like why even say that like who was a lawyer is you gain Thing by saying that but his job is a report things right? Well, that's the way he looked at. It. Don't get me wrong. I'm agreeing with you, but I'm just, you know, not to you know. Job is a report thing and that's the way he saw it then whatever but we're saying you shouldn't even say anything even that's what you saw it. Don't say that's my opinion my opinion, but my my thing is though. Is this though? We still think this well what I still think the exact same thing, he was a white guy white man know I could see what you mean Chris. It's just It's okay. So Stephen A Smith, you know, like ya'll said he's black obviously and he the thing about his job, you know, he reports that's his job here, but he also had a a choice as a reporter to cross those barriers and you know mess up all those boundaries and speak on what he believes in as well. So he might as well if he crossed that boundary then just stick to it. Yeah, right, you know, like don't don't come back and then report and say something that is useless, you know, just that doesn't make any sense to me like you're going to cross that barrier just stick to it and you know, keep just don't don't take 10 steps back exactly. Right right right to me. It's just a discernment thing cuz I'm sure they get reports all the songs by all the time consider reports are false. I can do that now because they made players realize the same litter said somebody supposed to just flat-out false. That's what he said. I just we don't know we don't know where we're going over. My point. Is it hurts solidarity? I'm not surprised with some of these reporters that are reporting it. But when I saw Steven A reported nonsense, I'm like, come on man. We gotta be smart this that's right. Well, you're going to see if they're going to say I've heard a report about Pat Patrick Beverley as well. I can't remember exactly he said but you just told Roberts I pay your salary. That's what he told her wage. I mean that's rude is I don't know if he said that don't know been reports that it didn't quite go like that. But oh man, I hope Patrick to say that he's gone for a walk. He's got from this guy that look at as being this feisty guy that made it through the trenches and he just has that grit to now he's like you feel like he's a big-time Superstar or something like that. That's that's if he said that wow. Okay. So rude you said his action man. That's what I'm saying from the whole Fiasco on the bench with him and Dan going at it to this song. Come on, but you don't tell somebody up here. That's come on man. People do that all the time. I would expect from Patrick Beverley though. Like he he should know from where he came from the opportunity. He has a plane DMV right now is because of certain players in the NBA. I know he he worked hard to get there but come on you don't make a statement like I agree with you. My thing is I hope you didn't say in some reports said he did not right but it wouldn't surprise me if he said it say that again. What did you say so their reports that he said it I don't know whether or not he did or didn't but the report said he said it and the other ports that contract that right, but what I'm not surprised about is if he did say it, why would that surprise you because this is kind of in line with the Persona that he's built kind of kind of like with what you mentioned. I don't think he's big-time along. I think he's at a place in his life was like look I made it and I'm cool with that. I just hope you didn't say why are you in salary in that? That's how could you be? What do you mean, I mean look what to do to gain from this boy was playing and had that you have to have some level humble get there. He has some level hunger you got something about this is no doubt. He's I think he's dead. There's a place that is a part of that that you never lose right when you get that hungry, bro. We'll see you when we got money is still so you're saying you never saw him as being humble know I saw him at least being a awesome. I mean, there's a part that honesty is not humble at all. But the word I was associated with him. It's hungry. No. No, I I definitely agree, but what's his statement now, the humble thing is operating off already. If you already felt that way then of course want to surprise you. Yeah, but I thought there was some level humbleness where Patrick Beverley, but if if he said that then it's like you said, it's I've thrown out the window through another window. Yeah, so that's definitely not there. So the NBA has continued to play Milwaukee has gone ahead and just put Orlando out their misery. They come back and win four straight, but dead. It's still has been very interesting to see what's been going on. And I just I don't know. It's this whole year in particular just been kind of kind of rough. Yeah, you know shout out to to Chadwick home. I just that was another thing that happened here. I know it's not sports related. But you know, there are just some things that just happen and it's like man we got I mean it's so sports-related considering that he played Jackie Robinson, right? Right and then he died on the page where the NBA I'm not going to be an MLB celebrate Jackie Robinson. Yeah, so that won't hurt looking at the magic just real quick. I can see them after game one in the locker. I'm like, bro. We're trying to I'm trying to be out of the bubble bath. We're not supposed to win. What are we doing? What this is not the plan is not it's right at all. The players. Is this soda players eleven though, bro, bro Bowl played too hard. Can you please God damn? You're not supposed to win any games exactly. This is Abby a short trip in and going out and go back, but they're from Orlando. No dead. That's all the more reason why they want to go home. They can see home out the window trying to go home bro. Try to get out of here. Exactly. That is that is just way too funny that you have faith in the comments on the back or violation about Brian Urlacher. I just want to say about that whole situation, right? That is the way a lot of Americans feel the way Brian birth control and if we don't come together and just talk and have you know decent respectable conversations about it, which is fine. You can have a conversation right Ali. Yeah father gave me a Christmas tree all the time, you know? Yeah. Yeah, I like cats and dogs, but it's all good and then it won't be cats and dogs. I'm the dog in the room. Oh, so make sure it's click and I'll be I'll be the line. That's fine. I'll be the line. I don't know man. I had no idea off. You like honestly just like little kittens. Wow, that's pretty in real. Puppy wage. You set up for that. Oh gosh. All right, so I guess that's that's pretty much the bulk of it. We talked about the about the NBA boycott. If this is your first time listen to this podcast, please do not hesitate to subscribe. You can do it on a website new channel Sports. Net are you either on any major podcast platform as new channel spelled n u c h a n n e l Alley, where can they find you? You guys can find me at on Twitter? Alejandra sports or Instagram? Alejandro underscored eras. Oh, yeah, but so you'll be seeing a lot of Alejandra a l e on Instagram and hopefully we can get this YouTube popped out sometime someday. Yeah wage are out perfect. That was excellent. And I love that part off. I'm going to edit that. Thanks for listening to the new channel sports podcast. If you like the show, feel free to leave a comment and a 5-star rating of your support is very much appreciated. Also, don't forget to subscribe on Apple podcast Stitcher podbean. We're on our website new general Sports dog. 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Win in your mind to lift yourself in your career: 2 powerful minutes from Matt Maberry

OC Talk Radio

04:05 min | 2 years ago

Win in your mind to lift yourself in your career: 2 powerful minutes from Matt Maberry

"There's only one thing more amazing than feeling like a kid at Kings Dominion and that's pain like a kid that's right everyone pays kids price when you buy tickets online for as low as thirty nine ninety nine and visit before June thirtieth that means you won't just feel like a kid through the air until tasty treats and hang out with sleepy. You'll be saving up to thirty bucks to so start your summer early but hurry the offer ends soon. Buy Your tickets online at Kings Dominion Dot Com. It's amazing in here. Oh well to nap. It's time for another edition of sales pipeline radio where we don't just surf the web. We're riding the sales pipeline with the sovereignty of sales himself. Mr Matt Hi. How are you my gosh is that is that an upgrade? I went from the big. Who Does the SAMURAIS drive sales? That's right exactly as I am not worthy of any of these but we are very excited to have everyone here for sales pipeline radio. We're talking to Matt mayberry former N._F._l.. Linebacker who has converted himself in his career to a very successful keynote speaker he speaks Eddie as you mentioned over ninety five denotes a year. I've seen a number of times in front of inside sales groups doing any type of sales meeting any type of sales kickoff and anytime business meeting highly encourage check him out a matt mayberry online dot com. Let's talk a little bit about the mental side of the game. When I say the game I remember being sort of general about that? Talk Talk about what it required mentally for you to reach I mean literally the highest level of your sport and then how does that same kind of mindset convert into a business environment particularly for first sales professionals. Why love that you thought it off with the game I think really we're? We're all in this game what regardless of foreign sales or professional athlete first and foremost were all in the game of life and to be successful in the game of life or to be successful and sales or to be successful as a professional athlete. You have to win in your mind before you win. Injure Profession So in order for me to become a professional athlete and play in the N._F._l.. I had to I have a certain mindset about myself and go about my business every single day and work on my mind in a specific way that was going to springboard my success. An athlete is a football player. This all goes back to working on your mind reading books that lift you up hanging around people that are that are GonNa make you better constantly finding ways to grow and nourish your mind. I think is a starting point to really develop that winners mindset that I've been. Able to see in some of the most top athletes in the world compared to some of the most successful business people and the correlation is extraordinary Matt when I go into a top fortune five hundred companies such as Lowe's or Dupont Shell Appalachian tea whatever it may be they have the top executives have the same mindset Brian Urlacher or someone that I played within the N._F._l.. The correlation to winning in the mind is extraordinary whether you're talking about the N._F._l.. Or winning in business it's awesome that book again winning plays a top athletes. Elites advice for tackling conversing cheating success to go to Amazon Dot Com you can search for Matt mayberry confined the book. If you WANNA learn a little more about Matt in the meantime definitely check out Matt mayberry online. He's not only a great speaker but he's a great writer has been published an entrepreneur. You can sign up for some of his insights online just awesome awesome stuff so thanks again matt so much for joining us today. If you WanNa read here about Matt again if you want to hear another a replay of this episode today you can do that at sales pipeline radio DOT com we will have how on demand replay today's episode on there we will also have Matt's transcript of highlights from his talk today up on our blog in Heinz marketing dot com as well as sales pipeline radio DOT COM good luck this month this quarter. We'll see you here next time next Thursday this radio.

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CBS 2 News AM News Update 08-28-20

CBS2 News Chicago

01:10 min | 6 months ago

CBS 2 News AM News Update 08-28-20

"From the. Newsroom I'm Ryan Baker with your Friday morning headlines Seventeen year old Kyle Rittenhouse of Antioch will be in Lake County court. This morning for a nine am extradition hearing. Rittenhouse is facing felony charges in Wisconsin for fatally shooting two people and wounding a third during tonight protests and Kenosha. The unrest was sparked by the police shooting of Jacob Blake the one count of first degree intentional homicide carries a possible life sentence bears hall of fame Linebacker Brian Urlacher is under fire for liking a photo of Rittenhouse and calling for his release and also criticizing. NBA Players on Instagram urlacher saying they boycotted games quote because a dude reaching for knife wanted on felony sexual assault warrant was shot by police and he compared the situation to the adversity. Brett, Farr faced when he played rat right after his dad died, the bears have distanced themselves from urlacher social media post the heat and humidity will linger for one more day. We'll have a high of ninety one before afternoon and evening storms cool things off get continuous updates on the Chicago APP stream news around the clock CBS in Chicago I'm Ryan Baker.

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NFL, Brian Urlacher, Joe Judge, Cam Newton, Michael Jordan, Adam Gase

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

1:05:01 hr | 6 months ago

NFL, Brian Urlacher, Joe Judge, Cam Newton, Michael Jordan, Adam Gase

"Speak for yourself presented by Hyundai Marcellus Slava here, not film a best on. Matter, the color on you Marcel. Color on golf ball color. MANYATTA into building. Let's start with what's been in motion on weekends or NBA players went on strike and miss today. The Playoff Games which raises the question if something similar could happen in NFL Saquon, Barkley said the thought of sitting out a game. It's quote something that was going to talk about. NFL. Reporter Jim Trotter a friend of a manual actual tweet it today that a few prominent black players are telling him. They want to sit out a game to force change and action. So auto is this the right approach free NFL players like. My Guy It is not. It is not Marcellus but remember what I said yesterday and for those who missed it I said that there's a saying in football if you're all wrong here all yeah. Is this your all on the same page again when I was playing a linebacker position, my defensive coordinator, he would relate a call into me. He would say look even if you make the wrong call, just make sure everybody makes it together in uniformity. You don't want a couple players Marcellus the going rogue so to speak okay don't want a couple of players saying you know what? Let me just make an executive. Decision to go on strike or to boycott whatever you want to say to sit out a game because it won't have the mass impact Marcellus think about this. What is the most famous? So to speak boycott -mongst black people in American history I would say the bus boycott those Montgomery Scott Rosa Parks God's nineteen fifty-five Rosa Parks refuses to give up her seat to a white man. That's December. First, by December fifth, the Montgomery Improvement Association formed it was black people came together and said, you know what? We are not going to ride buses we're going to come together and do that but here's the thing Marcellus. Rosa parks that okay. I'M NOT GONNA ride the bus but I'm okay said. And I still gotta get somewhere I'm have to ride this bus. No, they collectively said we're not going to do this together to the point where where the city it raised the tax, raise the minimum fare on taxis Marcellus so that black people now were forced to ride the buses. You know what they said we are going to have a private taxi system we're going. To have drop off points and pick up points. So we're all going to be in this together well, within a year ream cord ruled that against the Fourteenth Amendment, and now desegregated the bus systems because they were in it together I don't like Marcellus athletes going rogue and saying I'm just GonNa Boycott Myself because what does that accomplish if you don't do it in uniformity? I don't like it for several reasons why and I don't like it because I don't know what the end result is going to be I. Don't know directly what your intent is being real. I think feels like a little contagion that has come from the NBA as spread through other sports leagues, and now it's going to impact the NFL. Look. I think a lot of people out there protesting for just reasons but I've always lived my life to be the reason why you're pro testing. The equality that you're fighting for I'm going to fight in my own life and my own vicinity looking in that mirror for that same equality and what do I mean by that everyone keeps talking about circumstances everyone keeps talking about what's happening in this world and not enough what's happening in their world from their expertise their experience thought it was highly interested in that. Jim Trotter quoted the players that they're tire frustrated and emotional. Here we go. Again, you don't like that Word Marcello that were the most I love that were, but it has his place and you call certain plays when you're emotional and there are other places you better not call when you're emotional because they're not thinking through. So now I look at the NBA and it's so interesting that we saw NBA where ninety nine percent of the NBA players were wearing black lives matters t shirt not all but ninety, nine percent. Ninety percent of the players had messaging on New Jersey's not all an a fewer amount but many. But. Only twenty percent voted only twenty percent of them are registered to vote doctors called him out. Is Amazing that these guys and I'm not calling them fought S-. I'm just saying that there's such an optical game to be one right now we're not being supported by real measures. Good actions. So I'm using MBA for would it did it wanted awareness awareness has not one side it is also what are you doing? Now, they're talking about creating a social justice coalition. But you already had black lives matter on a court, t shirts, May and equality and different messaging approved by the League on your jerseys. miasma is something that I see happening all the time which people just doing it for the Graham just doing it for the show when Doc rivers sat up. Only twenty percent of the registered to vote. But all y'all WANNA sit here and walk out make it make sense. So ACTU- I'm sitting here for anyone who's protesting as going to boycott but in their real private life the. Greatest contribution, we have to this political system to change our reality on a local state national level is that vote Colin Kaepernick, four years ago stood up, took a seat and new offer. This 'cause he also didn't vote is this amazing to me that sometimes when you look at these guys outside, you say, yes, I will love to support you. But if you were to know them from the inside based on their actions, you don't know what to support. Yeah to your point. I love what you said about your experiences, your expertise that's going to stick with me for a long time I do not. I'm not going to knock a player for their personal convictions. You went home not GonNa knock you for your personal convictions. If you have the conviction Marcellus to sit in or sit out of something based on your personal stance, you do that. Yes. So going to sit here and knock an individual player and say look if you have a strong conviction, this says, I, cannot play this game and I don't want to participate in distracting from what's going on by giving you a game. Okay. Do that just understand that might not be accomplishing the greater good of what you're trying to accomplish but to your point Athletes have to understand if they're going to walk this line if they are going to try to lead the charge Liba change, you have to make sure you cross all your ts and all your is actually as it pertains to the injustices you can't sit here and simply where this is what? I don't want to go there. Yes you do this. Speak for yourself. Really perplexed me frustrated me in irk me over the last two and a half three months. Marcellus talk and so many of the marches and so many rallies us saw so many pictures on Graham people marching in this people Martin and Net. Decorating their signs and I'm like Y'all taken all these pitcher mapping. And why and it's no disrespect because you know went in twenty, twenty, nine, the millennial. You know what they say if you don't have a picture, it didn't happen I get on. But when I'm thinking about the people that so many people if. They want to emulate the as of the world, the Malcolm XS of the world whoever it is that you wanted to emulate I don't know that they were asking for selfish I. Don't know that they were crossing the bridges and the interstate. So you get this candid now. What it was. Now I'm not going to knock it because again we do live in a social media age, but I'm just going to challenge make sure that it's not just talk made sure is not just for show because there is a lot of that right but you said something yesterday you don't do it for for likes and follows you do for love and leaders something about that stuck with me. Now just make sure that we do live in an age where you have to do some stuff for the world to see but make sure that your. Actions in private are also backing up your message in public. Yeah. The social media man a, it creates an opportunity and platform for all and for superstar athletes these professional athletes, it allows their message to go across the world like that and it brings complete awareness. But with that awareness comes the responsibility I'm not mad child here talking. But like I said that migos didn't make the right song is should have been talking like you're walking. Let's bring in Lavar Arrington on this Lavar, was sitting out a game in protest me the right approach for NFL players. Listen I. Do not think it's the right approach and I hate to say it because I understand what it represents and what what these guys are ultimately trying to get across is the frustration and disappointment and The pain and the fear that is surrounding an entire country, not just the community but a country. I tend to echo what your sentiments are in terms of What is the ultimate in? What is the ultimate goal I started thinking about it from the perspective of if you're to be a leader in terms of using your influence and using your your popularity and the platforms that assist you on those things and social media I can understand you doing a campaign where you put the photos up and you put. Videos up actually do understand it because again, if you're trying to mask distribute a message, then you know what? Maybe maybe just maybe social media has become the proper way to try to get that message out to the masses. But then it leads me to the second part of this and you touched on it Marcellus. What is the plan? What what concerned me was? It's like Oh. We're having conversations about which says. To me that you don't have a plan, you guys are basically sitting around in San shoot we play not play. How should we handle it? You know what's the right way so they may not even collectively have the right response to this question and that concerns me why because this is such a big moment. It's such a big topic that to go into it half cocked and half ready to go hand baked. Not. Well thought out. You don't have a plan where you have touch points of methodically moving through what what it is. That's checkmark you know to punchless points are I think it's dangerous and the reason why it's dangerous is because you have people who understand what planning is they understand what the ultimate goal is if for what it's worth, that's why we're sitting in the situation currently that we're in now is because. People came together and said you know what? I'm tired of this king, the crown telling me what to do and I need to figure out how I can live the type of life. I WanNa live you know what? Let's build a boat that's fine to boat. Let's go get on his boat get up Outta here. Let's go found a place where we can exercise what we want to exercise and that's what happened. That's what happened. Know when you when you celebrate. Independence. Day. You're celebrating a British deal like they left Britain like you're you're celebrate your independence from the crowd. We weren't there. I don't know about you ought to Marcellus but we weren't in Britain. So to me when you're thinking about how much has to go into gaining that that equality it's not sitting out a game. It is a total deal get all of. That social media move and get all of the people of America to sit out for weeks not just the athletes and influencers famous people how about everybody people to sit there and finger point and thump at you and say, you're not black enough where you're not real enough. You Ain't about the 'cause you sell out you sitting on the porch you're inside the house how `bout every last one put it on the. Line and let's all sit out an entire week. Not just a gang. Let's all sit out an entire month not just not just a moment right but everybody is okay when it's convenient to be able to look at somebody else and say, Oh, they're famous it won't hurt them as much. You need to do for us what we can't do for ourselves which in some cases make sense and this one I don't buy. Man. Let me personalizes store because what did they say you can impress people with your accolades, but you can impact in which scars. So I'll tell you about some of my scars because I am the son of a mother who worried a lot. And a dad who trip it all. and. A grandmother who prayed all the time. And I still had to deal with reality and Y'all know my story. I think enough beyond Wikipedia I'm from Compton South. Central, Inner City Los. Angeles and I'm here now. It's interesting when I talk about my road, how I was able to navigate by the help of others some some of them helping me with direct communication that was actually positive influence and some of them because of my direct communication and proximity to them, and then doing bad things I learned to define myself by them of what I didn't want to be and what to become growing up. So dudas navigation I was called a lot of names. I. Still Hear a lot of those names. I'm a sellout McCone. I'm a sucker. Is On. Why you an academic decathlon team Oh why? Why are you always? Did you smarty are why your book bag so fool and look I am not blaming them for not thinking the same way I did but I kept Omar. Road. And I knew I had end goal in game in sight even as a youngster my first experience with violence because this is an awareness issue, everyone keeps talking about systemic issues and racial injustice. Let me tell you about some systemic issues in my neighborhood and give you full awareness. I was concussed before I even play football seven years old on a swing some blood walked up and they wanna see me and five seconds later my grandmother's house would a huge hole in my head Christoph to swing landed on a boater nine stitches later I, moved forward. Was that what I stress post traumatic stress I didn't even know what that meant. We fast forward at least six different occasions in my life growing up I had to run for my life because bullets were spraying all around the including one incident when I was on a high school football field warming up doing jumping jacks eighty ninety strong our team. The whole entire field is littered with bullets. Police come police handled that situation? Do you know we continue to play that game? My Post traumatic stress I think. So I, look back in all these incidents and have more but I'm not gonNA keep you guys bogged down with just my details but I look back at the data. And data tells me in my high school years. I always called him in wwl years because when they came out, I was in high school and life changed around my neighborhood. Let me just tell you and I think the entire country there were six thousand, four, hundred, seventeen homicides committed against people of Color. I had to navigate I had to be blessed grace and mercy, but also had endgame insight that made my choices have to line up to what my goals were and yeah, it's not going to be a perfect experience. No matter how much you worry how much you don't care about it and how much you pray about it. You still gotta deal with it. I just want everyone to know right now if you have something that is weighing heavy on your heart, make sure before you start the movement towards that goal that you even know what their goal is and have it in sight. Coming up at the top of the hour NBA, players have found an unlikely ally on social justice issues and Michael Jordan. We'll tell you if he's the right guy for the job but I Brian Urlacher said social media own fire by calling out. NBA Player for protesting. We'll tell you what we think next speak for yourself is presented by Hyundai. Back to speak for yourself presented by Hyundai as usual social media has been riddled with good bad of course ugly. The NBA protests that took place as we bears hall of fame. LINEBACKER. Bryan. Into the discussion with a post of his own got sit well with many comes directly from his instagram account. Brett Farr played the Monday night football, Game Day his dad died two for four touchdowns in the first half and with a legend for playing in the face of adversity NBA players boycott the play offs because I do reaching for a knife wanted on felony sexual assault warrant shot by police. Oh. Joined by Lavar Arrington, you're going to start with you reaction to earn lacquers pose my friend man this thing right here. This one was perplexing to me because if you see how this all is layered is interesting one. One you suggested a terrible opinion. And set it at the worst moment. Even, though everything he said. was actually factually correct which is makes you say, Whoa, what is this? What kind of STU is he right now bruin up because he went and I've seen this before working in media working with individuals that they stand on proper grounds to suggest something that is really a thumb in the eye and then they throw the rocks, hide their hands because this is not even his original post. This is like re tweets and reposted. And then sit there and say y'all do with the agitation. This is an amazing thing because. Our lack has to notice he's media savvy enough on no Brian a little bit. We certainly played against each other and talk to many times. You GotTa know that in this world we talk about the act not the actor. So if you talk about Brett Farve, you're talking about the act of the bravery courage him to respond in a moment but when you're talking about take talk about the actor and you start to undress him and his issues in indiscretion. So that's why didn't sit well with me and I'm sure many many others out there. You know what I found to be interesting. The first thing I thought was seventeen year old kid that is allowed to just walk away with his. Rifle in his arm, and after the fact is then apprehended and incarcerated. Where was the tweet Brian? Where was the? Where was the I G Post Brian what? What is your? What is your idea? What is your thought process on what his actions worth? And if that was justifiable in any way shape or form. So I just kind of came to the conclusion that I'm not going to be out here defended news this lockers draft class I, know Urlacher I don't know him super well, but we came up together and I just came to the conclusion like I'm not I'm not going to go on national television trying to defend his do that was the first conclusion that with my first reaction when I saw that you know what happened Then I gave you my my second reaction on well, if you can justify shooting a man and his back, which how many cops were there how many police officers were present like four at least I think we're there and some had they had their guns draw. If you're sitting there and you really want to put out there the information of saying that this. Person was going for a nice in a gunfight would his b-actor? I just think it comes across as a very disingenuous way to try to make a point but understanding. This, and this is a very critical thing to piece of information to understand. That's his truth that is his perspective and he put it out there. So my dad always told me when somebody tells you and shows you who they are believing believable believe who they are and move from there. So I don't ever want to be in no situation God forbid, if I find myself out an event for the NFL is up. There, I don't. Want to be as cool. We don't we're out but for Dan shoring trying to take uber which you or or radical. I'm not which you because now it's fouled away that. So for autumn years, you were the captain you were be lack. You're the middle linebacker. Do Monsters are the mid way and you're supporting cast pretty much was all the dude turns his back around and was going for a knife and got shot in the back seven times. They're the reason why you're in the National Football Hall of fame yet you feel this way on the inside. I'm cool on you. We got your lap and feel what you WANNA. Feel. But that's now filed away a my mental rolodex. We all know hug up dapper type of type situation at this point. Yeah. My first thoughts on my first lapper this see this is actually why I appreciate awareness of social injustice. Why appreciate protests? I know Marcellus you said something response to Bruce Arians yesterday be was saying he doesn't necessarily think protest accomplish much actively they may not. But passively they actually do a lot. You know when you live in an area that may not be. Regardless of where you live, if it's nighttime, you turn on a light is going to expose some roaches. See all of a sudden u-turn on them license roaches, GonNa Start scrambling around why? Because when it was dark, you couldn't see 'cause they weren't exposed but under the light, some things got expose. What am I saying? What I'm saying is when, when, when, when issues, like this, when injustice is brought to the forefront and people have to express the real opinions, it exposes things and I'm. Not. Here to cancel that's not what I believe in, but you can't fix a problem that you know exist. So till lavar point if Brian Lacquer genuinely feels like this, he doesn't get understand the true nature of what's going on this has nothing to do with Brett farve playing a game after his father died versus whatever lacquers talking about what I've realized is people still need to be exposed to the real issues so that now the understand the real issues you can fix it so. If protests taking a knee if wearing black lives matter shirts does nothing else Marcellus it gets people talking, and now that people are talking, we get to hear people's opinions and like Lavar said, we can either help educate them based on what might be an ignorant opinion or we can file them away in the cabinet. We need to file them away in and proceed with our lives. Interesting Let's go biblical sunny son is up here my man I know right here and to your point roaches in the daylight. Breakfast. One ran across like y'all not in the daytime. Oh man in a morning y'all violating. Okay. Here's the thing. As you are bishops son You understand Ye judge ye shall be judged. Lacquer gave us this land that now is going to be critical in terms of looking at him to a different exposure. We're GONNA, be lookin' animal little differently because the delancey looked at the situation through and how did he looked at this situation? Let's break it down simply. because. This is not a Gotcha moment like, oh, we got to lacquer lights on you as much because loughrey tripping lacquer revealed we was and he did it comfortably did it on his instagram did it come? He has followers so your ran and kick down the door found out early in their early. Here what's up WHO's out there? There's a false equivalency that he tried to draw and I caught it. When he's taught about Brett Farve, he basically sums it up by making us have the impression of Strip. Strip curry's. Like Oh, that's a strong man right there. But then when he goes to the second tweet talking about Jacob Blake, he's basically telling you I'll players show week because y'all going out there and boycotting in hurt by criminal. And if you notice that difference that's the exposure to the Lens, which now once you cast that he deviated from his initial point or at least in his post that now he judge shall be judged. So now you go and go look at Berkeley early going forward lasts the Var. Set and a more critical I me personally I phased by what he posted because I know who I am and now thankfully I know Career. I got debt for you. I don't live in this world as binary and wants to do that you off because that's cancel culture in your own world. So have culture for this dude I just Erlach going go to certain Lips F. certain directions there may be more cells while he won't go UH said on his show yesterday. If the blade cools off, all you can do is try to continue to sharpen it. That is the only thing that you can do to steal once it once it cools down from being bolted from that he. This is a simple situation where he's a blade, he's not being he's not being wielded right now he is a finished product blades. So for me the most disturbing part of this, the reason why I I don't look at it as canceled culture how I feel about it. What I look at is a bother me because. I believe he's a husband and father I do about memory serves me. Well May-. Hey looking me. Here. But what bothers me is that man whether a criminal you funding marcel is bad weather a criminal or not in that moment was in the presence of babies of young people and mother, and for you to have no type of awareness of what maybe you have a point about Blake himself. But do you think that it is okay to actually re toe something that would suggest that because this man has a charge which hasn't been convicted of if that's the case is conflicting reports on if it's true or not. If there was a knife in the car and that was confirmed that it is still okay for you to handle a situation in such a way where you talked about post traumatic syndrome. Babies are thinking right now to day. Brian. What do you think that mom is thinking day Brian How do you feel about those babies who are totally innocent and essential wasted Brian as to what they're going through based off of your logic of what it is that you re posted and said, Hey NBA guys Brett farve threw four touchdown passes when his dad died. So what would you guys? I think is disconnected. What bothers me is these babies are involved in this, and this continues to perpetuate itself and repeat itself because we're paying attention to the guy we're not even paying attention to who it really truly impacts the most, which is these babies that are trying to figure out how do I fit in this society? How am I supposed to internalize this when I should be playing in a sandbox would toys and you're sitting here and I gotTa Watch my father and his back by somebody that I'm being trained should be taking care of me while. He's taking trying to take the life of my dad like come on or lacquer be better than that. Be who you are. I have no problem with be who you are but be better than that. Because of that was you, you would not want your child to see something like that and please don't give me well, it wouldn't be me in that situation. Okay I. Get that there have been enough Anisa. People that have been shot in their backs as well where you can't qualify that as a reason say that it wouldn't be you. Wow. That's some heat. Well, it's clear that Brian Urlacher is uneducated as to why exactly these NBA players are protesting and what is going on. So allow me to further educate Brian Urlacher in anyone else who still unaware it's not just about Jacob Blake who was shot it's not about George Floyd, or beyond a Taylor, it's not just about Ahmad arbitrary. You see black people are still crying tears over. Emmett. Till Sixty five years ago today August Twenty Eighth Nineteen, fifty, five, it till was a fourteen year old boy who ventured from Chicago. The same Chicago where you bryner lacquer became a hall of Famer to Mississippi to visit some relatives a white woman Carolyn Bryant, accused Emmett till. The flirting with her well he was murdered mutilated and murdered in one, thousand, nine, fifty, five, the two men who murdered him were acquitted in Nineteen fifty-six they admitted that they did it Carolyn Bryant the woman who accused Emmett till of flirting with her in two thousand seventeen, she recanted story Emma to he would be seventy nine years old today. So Brian Urlacher, Understan-, the tears, the pain, the frustration of black people it's not just about seven shots. It's about a long long history coming up then they'll Jones has a huge sophomore season in front of him and as new coaches finding creative ways to up at him up we'll tell you if this is a good idea. For yourself by Welcome back to see for yourself presented by day with things are getting weirder about a day giants camp. Coast Joe Judge already made headlines by making players in the system coaches left mistakes take a lap Vinnie main has turn. When he said he was considering taking the Red non-contact Jersey off Daniel. Jones. Well, judge reacting to all this criticism with them numerous take a listen. I got the strength staff downstairs when up in Boston soap and socks, and we're just GONNA take back into well On for a while. Now You know look it's it's responsible every player ready to play and know with a quarterback you've got to be smart the contact. Lavar still with us but I tell. You like how your boy Joe dillas responded to criticism. I hate that I hate this what do I mean? What Barcellos? Don't judge is now making me Anti New York giants like I have no beef with the giants. As of last year I liked the giants like Saquon, Daniel, Jones, nobody believed in him and he bought a little bit early on last year. But now joe judge you coming in here with this Ignatz and I gotta call it out giants Fans I've upped your win total yesterday from to win to five wins Darla mad at me but Marcellus again, the full screen prints got a fool juggling. All Fun and Games till you're on start losing games I started going win five games. I look at first week I'll going to lose second week to the bears. You'RE GONNA WIN YOU'RE GONNA lose to the niners lose to the rams lose cowboys by then Joe Judge going to be done with the folks. On. The Eagles lose to the bucks beat the ranch skins again, lose to the Eagles beat the bengals luther. seahawks beat the cardinals and that's going to be your last win and Joe Judge. He's not gonna be smiling then Marcellus so I've got a problem with Joe Judge because these giants fans they deserve more than a head coach going to come in here they tried to cover up his ignorance with some jokes this not even funny. So judge thank patriots no more. You can't just call off wedge. You can't run you. Sit here and run your your return and punt whole duct teams out there. That's not what this is. You have to orchestrate an entire organization, and again, we don't see if you laugh income week seven when you're about to five. Wow. It was a joke laugh either laugh or walk out the Comedy Club don't stand up protest how dare you judge making this unlikable this whole genre comedy show you as a coach I like this one I was off Joe Judge a little bit. Back Out Joe. Joe Doesn't tell you what before this moment before he show levity before he can make something lighthearted and be self aware enough to know the criticism about him and to make a joke about it I thought he was a dictator but now realize just a disciplinarian you actually got scowl and that ugly face her and he really smelled and on the inside not give you an example I play for a coach like just Joe Judge, a tremendous coach hall of fame coach. Bill parcells, and this is part Zillion to me right now. Big Total was his nickname, his persona. He will let them lead the charge lead how he led the team at times but every now and then you get a glimpse of the man with the big heart the smile bill parcells I remember this one incident. I had a perfect spot in the locker room because I still was big dog even was coming down the hill and that was right there. To Edge, Bill PARCELLS THE WAY The Dallas cowboys locker room was he came in exactly in front of me on the exact opposite side of the room he walks in it's thirty forty chilling. We were talking joking everything he walks in first step crickets and he walked slowly didn't say a word just walked in that locker room crickets walked out that locker room took a right turn but boy Leo Carson. Him. And that was his board and then I picked because I had the perfect locker room spa and I saw bill parcells start laughing. I love when I could do that to them. That's the point. This out there saying look I'm a lead I'm GonNa Change Culture I'm going to be a disciplinarian but show no I am not a robot so for those critics out there naysayers not Relaxed until we see this team go out there and play because there's new culture may actually produce results. You know when I was in high school. I would do interviews because I was not used to doing. said, and you know quite a bit you still do their. Mother No. I. Don't mother used to put me in the mirror in her in her masturbate or excuse me her main bid room. Okay and sit on the commode see and make me do answer the questions and the mirror. If I answered it correctly, she would tell me that is great. That's all and so for ended up becoming pretty good at at dawn interview. Sorry. What thing that my mother told me and it always stuck with me and it was very wise. It didn't really resonate. But now today it kind of makes a whole lot more sense. Jokes aren't jokes unless you have credibility to go along with them. Oh, I. started thinking to myself. I don't WanNa look like a gesture or cloud when I'm joking because nobody knows what my capabilities are. If I have won a super bowl and I said something like this, I know the reference, my father was in the military a wounded warrior. So I know the Gomer Powell getting his his tail kick in the barracks. In full metal jacket I know the reference that he made. So a lot of people it might even went over their head you know putting a soap and socks and beaten him up while he's in the bid because they were making a tough soldier. Well, I'll say this to Otto's point it didn't end well for Gomer POW. Well. For the the drill sergeant that took him through basic training. Become a great soldier. But he was too great and he lost his mind and a Mr becoming that I think right now looking at Gioja he really believes he's doing the right things but he has to be careful I don't know what the relationship is behind closed doors I can hear the sound bites react from that but if he isn't making sure that he has a good. Strong healthy relationship with his team to be able to things in jokingly manners do the things that he's doing making them run laps or you know hitting the quarterback if he's not on the same page as these guys can go back really quickly and not the pro level that is deaf to coach his career as the head guy. So he's got to be very. Cognizant of the fact that joking around without having any type of credibility to you your players might end up laughing at you lose and respect for you and not WanNa follow you to where it is that you ultimately are trying to get them to let me let me tell the story myself and then let me leave a parting message. If I may Mrs Joe, Jr everybody his those who leaving him believing him because of the way that John Harbaugh current head coach for the Baltimore Ravens Page John. Harbaugh. Remember former special teams coach for ten years. Philadelphia Eagles before becoming a phenomenal head coach Joe Judge Special Teams Coach for ten years before getting a head coaching position well. John Harbaugh. was under the tutelage of Andy Reid head coach for the chiefs John Harwood. Consistently walk into Andy Reed's office back when they were both on the Philadelphia Eagles Staff and gentlemen he would walk into Andy Reed's office, and he would see if three by five note cards sitting on Andy Reed's desk behind Andy Reid each and every day, and he'd walk into his office and he'd see them note card and see the note card and he'd see the note chord you WanNa know what the note. Cards said gentlemen would assume said don't judge and that's all I. can say giants do not judge Joe Judge don't know kind of participation in this nonsense of Joe Judge this name. We're your man. Josiah's came in and all the stories were dark dark dark. Finally, he is a little light. Now, we're going to attack. On y'all lar- I'm not I. IT makes him more likeable to me and let me just clean up Lavar was saying because it's interesting. He was talking about you gotTa have credibility to be funny to have a job right I. Disagree with that be very careful when these situations because I've been the best player before and I've also been a bum on the same damn team and let me tell you what happens. When laughing day laughing at a joke when you demand they laugh because you said that joke because I've been the same God that was even funnier when I was sorry on the team Sunday nobody laughing at my book. So personality, it doesn't make plays I had the nicest coach ever probably ever walked this planet Mike Riley anybody ever met Mike Riley no, he's the. Nicest guy ever we were sorry it doesn't matter. You could be mean you could be sorry you can be happy to be great. I'm just saying let's map everything onto right now his personality in terms of what the production's going to look like going forward coming up speaking of Personality Cam, Newton. Embracing, Bill Belichick, and starting to sound like Tom Brady will explain nuts yourself. By. Yourself time. Now, for one performance sponsored by capital one, what's in your wallet? Cam Newton has been rewarding the patriot. For the new attitude of can't. Even praised as new quarterbacks work at the personality, but he still has named the starter. Cam is taking the most reps the practice, but he does it see himself qb one. Let's take a list. Every day is a workday from me and I'm the that that label is not important to me right now because I know I have so much to that I need to get better so much need to learn so much that need to be comfortable with. And throughout this process, that's the last thing that I'm pretty much worried about. Lavar have you back with this Marcellus I'm going with you I might can't attitude and his. Attitude toward me and I love his attitude I love that had even more with the hell's that. Friend. Tom Sawyer huckleberry. Finn. swags. How you about the hat. The hat I can't pull it off. So one I'm amazed at that too. If you ever seen Cam Newton in person than he had he go ahead add on top of to ooh boy killing the game but let me get back on topic right now. I love camp because he just showed me, his finesse game is strong stronger than mine. I'm actually jealous of him because I'm the type of guy that just rush situation and just show you how thirsty I am for that opportunity whereas Cam is like, oh I'm sorry Julie men and your Batman Superman pose I'm sorry immediate at is now seeing that I'm taking a majority of the reps that I look like the starter until Belichick says, I'm the starter I'm not even thinking about it I'm not even Thurston for that. So no cart before the horse would cam have after respect that because can has been. We just talked about it last block the highest highs and be a real the lowest lows, and why were they low because cam new his body filled them. He walks into training rooms where he's not the priority anymore and cow Allen is ball. Into a point at a time where Cam Newton became you know after dark can you believe that? So Cam Newton knows how the business of the NFL works way to show firmness and to show fashion as well. Cam Cam I love your fashion that don't like you mindset look Marcellus Lavar I need my quarterbacks to beat a cockiest person on. I, need them to beat the most confident person on the field. Remember what Sea Hawks playing a packers Matt hasselback takes a field in overtime. They win the coin toss we want the ball and we're going to score quite get it through a Pixie. At least he thought he was going to. Need Marcellus. Can to at least think he's going to be starter. So he can continue to prepare and play like here. My Marcellus, your thing I'm a psychology dude you noticed. Yeah. By the time can't take. One gentleman he wouldn't have won a game in twenty two. Cam got a little self doubt. I. Don't need those words to emphasize that self-doubt two years since you WANNA game as long time. So I like the style Cam, but I need that mindset to be every man stop hit a Lavar I'm giving you translate I'm sorry. Marcellus. Translation here and I can translate it because I'd experienced. Let me start by saying this my freshman year of college I went to school there. They've promised me that I have an opportunity to start and I committed early to go there I get there and they had a color jersey color coordinated deal and orange was. Scrubbed you practice squad you aren't you didn't have a chance to start but blue dark blue was a starter white was a starter for off. It's one day I go to my locker mccovey has a Blue Jersey. Go out to practice and all the seniors and upperclassmen are looking at me like like look at this do like what what did they give him a Blue Jersey. So I do a post post practice interview and I, say you know what the starting job that title really doesn't mean much to me. I'm just trying to contribute and be the best football player that I can possibly be beds teammate that I can be sounded much like what cam? Newton said the translation here is I know that I have a chance to start but I don't think I'm the starter. I'M NOT GONNA jump out there and say I'm a starter when I'm not cleared. Sure if I'm a starter. So to me I there and said what I felt was the right inappropriate thing to say and I think that's what Cam Newton said here I think his attitude is fine because I think he's still trying to get. Stable ground on if he is the start or not an until he's named, the starter knows he is the starter. He has to walk around the topic of conversation in this manner. So I like the approach, the Y'all know better than I because you were perennial starters all pro's pro bowlers hall of fame is in your head while Y'all was in the NFL I was just to stay on the depth chart. So if your boys in training camp, the only thing I care about is, where do I fall on the depth chart now? He's a different person athletically than I. Ever was Y'all on the same page in that regard. But what I know is this work cam if this is the Way You'll need to do all at Camp 'cause I don't like Cart Cam Newton like super camp, and that's what I'm trying to see. Be. Michael at. Politics. Days, but now's owner is embracing new. We'll tell you if he's right guy but a job that's next be said. Speak for yourself sponsored by KFC's twenty dollars Philip drive-thrus opened or get delivery by. Ourselves while here, Manual Otto's Ta for big storage for let's head Mba for the players have found an ally and Michael Jordan. At the days of tense meetings have ended the season Jordan who is the only black majority owner in the League reached out Chris Paul to offer assistance and spoke Russell Westbrook about social justice issues. Jordan reportedly reportedly then told a group of owners quote right now listening is better than talking. So I took is Michael Jordan right dark for this job he absolutely Marcellin than he is because I'm reminded of a song and Hamilton, phenomenal musical there was great. No usually, they don't live up to the hype. and. The room where it happens right and it's about Alexander. Hamilton. Burr calmest Jefferson Autumn cast was in a room where it happened. What am I saying I'm saying that when decisions are being made, you've got to be in the room where it happens right a lot of these players. They're not entering B.'s rooms where these decisions are being made. Why because? Let's be real some of these owners more wealthier individuals. They don't want respect you because you'll have that level of wealth that mayor that level of respect to end to somebody. And to Y'all are just very, very different Michael Jordan one based on what he accomplished on the court but also more importantly based on what he's accomplished Hunky. Okay. He's earned the respect of the decision makers there needs to be a mediator there needs to be an intermediary. There needs to be someone who can stand in the gap between some of these players twenty, three, twenty, four. Twenty five and and these owners fifty sixty seventy extremely wealthy. There needs to be somebody to bridge that gap who better than one of if not, the most notable sports figure the most notable and equivocally basketball player in Michael. Jordan. So he is the right guy for the job because he can enter into these rooms Marcellus he can infiltrate these spaces that these players just quite literally can. I agree he's the right guy for the job. He's a double owner on top of just being an owner. Now, only owner majority owner of a basketball team but Jordan brand and the two guys he talked to join bland kind. So think about it being a double owner have credibility being a former player just think about all the different inputs and outputs that exist in what Michael Jordan displays. So that's going to obviously give everyone a comfort. More than that I, think that his business attributes. A lot of times get mischaracterized in terms of him not wanting to step in and alienate people when he was a player and polarize others when he was a player, he took a lot of slack for just being focused on basketball and growing his brand, which is to me the greatest personal brand we've ever seen. So when you think about Michael Jordan I, don't think you really have the full picture and turns of his greatness even then off the court think about what that has monetize materialize to. He's an owner more importantly Michael Jordan had a mindset that he knew what he was good at. He knew what he was great at and he knew he wasn't good at he knew what? He didn't know. So like a Lebron James Right now wanted to criticism Lebron is that he goes into places and spaces at times, and he doesn't have the depth of knowledge in those situations. Jordan, nude when he was walking through the house, even though the door was unlocked, not always open it because he had a singular focus. So it's interesting now that he's evolved and do the evolution, he's made more comfortable for the players to come to him and more importantly for ownership to respect him and bring them into their circle. This bringing right now are Fox NBA analysts bucur welcome to our circles. So slick rick MDA become a go-between for owners and players is the right man for the job. No He's not and when we first when I was first presented with this question, I was right there with guys. I looked at the appearances and said, we'll, of course, former owner. Former player. The only owner who's a former player has the respect of both sides for certain owners that became owners in part because they could. They got the opportunity to hang with Michael. Jordan. His legacy and his legend carry that far. But in this circumstance, first of all the guy that would be the most ideal. Is No longer with us and that's former commissioner David Stern the late David Stern because he has the experience of having brought the league out of deep water and getting the owners and the players to work together in order to make that happen and make no mistake, the NBA may be back implying but right now they are facing issues between the players and the owners that puts them in deep water. All that set. I'll tell you were talking about all of Jordan's financial success which the players look at and they respect. And to a certain degree, the owners do to but. He's not by any stretch the deepest pockets in that room. There are other guys that have been far more successful financially than Michael Jordan. On the other side of the equation, the players. Marcella you mentioned the Jordan brand. If I'm James Harden or I'm Damian Lillard I'm a guy who's not associated with Nike or the Jordan brand I begin to question okay. What are the entanglements he's talking to Russ and CPI three like does he have our best interest in heart and that is ultimately the two elements that are most important for the go between which is the ability to say not only do I understand have your best interests at heart owners and players but that I have the wherewithal to get that done and again that's why I said David Stern because he's demonstrated that he has that ability. I've Michael Jordan based on his history. Yes I. Think it's been overblown his lack of concern when it comes to social issues but nonetheless, he has not been on the front line when it comes to that and that is something that needs to be resolved the players and on the owners side of things. Does he have the records are they going to look at him and say your former owner? You might be going a little too soft with them. It's it's it's walking that line and I'm just not sure that Michael Carey's there's plenty of respect. Does. He have the ability to be that go-between? That is the question see slick I agree with you I disagree with you rather on a few accounts agreed with you all week. So pardon the mystique right there. You you said that there were two necessary elements and the first element you said for someone to be the go between, is that level of understanding when I think about the element that's necessary to me. It's passion. It's fervor a desire real real want to change. Michael Door has been through some things this year remember after Kobe died. He said a piece of me died when Kobe died I, feel like number one that led to change but most importantly remember how Michael Jordan tragically lost his father. By gunshot and remember Jacob Lake seven shots right now, I think that is an internal motivation that is now becoming external for Michael Jordan. When I'm looking for a leader slick I, need someone who is passionate about the cause someone who truly has a vested interest to truly be that go-between. But then you said that Jordan's pockets aren't as deep as the owners you're exactly right but I need a ticket to get into the door and slick. If you buy in a concert ticket buying a ticket, any venue. Sit courtside, you can sit in the nosebleeds but as long as you got a ticket, you can get in. Jordan. At least has enough money to get a ticket to get into the door to converse with these owners. So when I do get a go-between I, see that Michael Jordan is perfect one number one because he has a ticket to get inside he might. Not Be sitting with these owners, but he has a ticket to get inside, but then number two. Jordan has the motivation he understands what's going on and while he may have been detached over the last several years, it appears at Jordan is coming back around at least publicly to say you know what let me do what you players can't do because if I'm being real. Owners will forever at players as players, owners, name or quite literally owners and so Michael Jordan he's not necessarily going to be looked at that. He's not going to be degraded to that. Jordan is also an owner majority owner of the Charlotte team. So therefore I see during being the perfect go-between. Yeah, I got to disagree with you too Slick Rick I. Think he's the Perfect Guy Marcel or through here comes to protest about one thing is you mentioned that he lacks financial capital to be on the same plane same playing field as the other owners, what he lacks in financial. Capital. He lapsed him in human capital in terms of just being in that room the presence the be able to talk to these players on a different channel than the rest of the owners and let's not go outside of those borders because human capital can certainly translate into getting things done especially when you bring up the name Michael Jordan and one thing that I noticed about Michael, Jordan in terms of just all the layers of his success let's not forget that how laser focus he must have been and must be to always just get the job done but come out number one. You're one in a million probably even greater is just to make it to the pros and then you not only are one in a million but soon, become the one and everyone wants to tell you what else you should be focused on and should do and add to your bag but Michael Jordan said, let me just do this first and then he leaves the game of basketball and for most professional athletes even the greats their highlights. Are Behind him not in front of them but hint translates that because of his Nike connection and his brand to Jordan brand, and then he starts to kill it at that while becoming an owner, the only owner desa brother as majority owner of NBA team. So now you're starting to say man, this dude is not only kicking down the door, but he's taken the king's throne every time he does something you look at that situation and imagine. You walk into the room and they're twenty nine majority owners that look everything. But Black, and then there's one in there and there's three is sitting there. You know the president of the MVP as like a steam bomber. Got An issue. Let's talk about this social justice. What are you thinking? What are you project? That's going to happen going forward and Steve. Bomber looks. Three. Yeah Michael what do you think about it and Michael has to answer that question and then they go to GD bus they ain't eighty. What's what are you planning to propose for Social Justice Issues? She's like I wish magic was here. Mike, what are you project? The point of it is Michael. Jordan has brought enough shoulders to take some of the pressure, the guilt, the issues that come from the complexion of all of the rest of that room and to translate that in terms that no one else in that room can. So what I'm disappointed is in with the two of you is that the first thing that should have been asked okay. Slick I'm now using that as well. Slick. So Michael Jordan isn't the right man for the job say he couldn't do the job said, he's not the right man for the. So who slick is the right man slipped he's gone. Recipe the right man for the job is Mark Cuban because if you'll know about what the players have asked for you. while. We have made a big deal about social justice. The gives them the owners have given to this point have the majority of them have had to do with voting. And that to me is the tell that what the players really want is that they want to change in the leadership in this country and they want the help of the owners to make that happen and they want to know that the owners are as committed to making that happen as they are Mark Cuban. There is nobody Michael Jordan included who has crossed. swords. With the current president more than Mark Cuban, he has that cash cachet and he has the receipts to hold that position with the players at the same time the owners all Wanna be. Mark Cuban because he's a Rockstar as an owner they became NBA owners because they were rich as hell but they didn't have a TV show they weren't making appearances on entourage. On billions you think that's by accident. No they all wanna be Mark Cuban and the players know that Mark Cuban has carried the flag for them on at least one issue that is very important to them. So I'm just looking at it and saying, yeah, Michael Jordan. There's a lot of reasons why he could do the job but if you're asking me who the right man for the job is Mark Cuban's credentials outweigh Michael's by just a little bit for me. Yeah Apologize we wanted to last four minutes I take it off the record. Adam Gates and let me I'm bill or playing a game of he said, he said we'll tell you have gazed has already lost the jets locker room next I apologize to use liquid. Back. To speak for yourself let's return to the NFL. The jets have had their fair share drama this off season. First of all Adam got his wish and he was traded. But not before he publicly ripped had coach Adam. Gates now this week day set star running back Leon. Bell was on the sidelines during practice because a hamstring tightness but not according to Levy on he took to twitter push back and said. On wrong with my hamstring, but he wasn't done. We quote it's tough to say. You do a bunch of standing around and I'm used to going Emoji man. Just Emoji just emoji. I had to add my emotional. Lavar is back with us. We'll marcellus funny to know, Bro, his Adam gays lost control of this jets locker room. Don't tell me no. Stop. I'm never gonNA lie and he hasn't lost control of this lock right now. Look I'm indifferent Adam Gates I don't know what the thing bad or good. That one press conference with the is that was a little weird but I can still play for you coach but I'm not gonNA blame this out of as because let's be real Jamal. Adams he had to go. Why did he have to go because somebody else wanted them and they wanted to give him everything to go. So that's not o Adam. That's the organization saying almost they give to. And they're going to have to pay him on top of that. So that's not Adam cases record. Now, let's get to bill who who's been the common denominator of miscommunication for so many years they started in Pittsburgh, all the issues, the ad there to the point where you know what John Understand me I'm at the leave and sit out a year. Okay and then he gets to the jets and you know you, they're all was recruited by Jamal me they he'd go. You know everybody got the home we homegirl ward as always in the middle of something. Certain point you gotta be like you need to get Middle Mirror is tear yourself because this one is on the bill stopped trying to blame for everything happening wrong with the jets. Had the greatest communication skills. This is go there. No No, no more. This look at them makes Joe. Judge looked like a competent head coach Adam Gay. Oh, had three star players had Jamal Adams your first star safety early on pro bowl. The people are already acclaiming him as a potential future hall of Famer. So lease career, Komo, atoms, ship him off to the Seattle. Okay. Well, let's talk about your star quarterback Sam Darnold. He's young budding gotta Seo about to be Star. He was seeing ghosts last year and I'm going to be the quarterback whisperer. So now let's move to your star running back lady on Bell. WHO. Was a bad man best running back in the league just two years ago in a lady on Bill. You on twitter the common denominator Marcellus if I am doing my math. Is Adam Gay Sir Adam gase off tomorrow Adams Adam? Gaze. Can't get right with US quarterback and Adam gays get right with his running back the problem with. Adam Gates his Bert about Pittsburgh. Bar. avocado art show I wanted to go with you. But I I don't think. The common denominator and this particular conversation. Dale I don't know of Adam Gay says loss control. Control in Control Control Control Janet Jackson was draw Idaho No. But. One thing I do know Gino is levy on bail be in his feelings and he has no problem letting the public know that he's in his feelings and I think sometimes these things come back to haunt him and can ultimately disrupt what his great as on the field could possibly be every single time. The coach makes a decision that isn't what you want it to be lady on you take the social media and say now that ain't it. Coach Levy on. The head coach what are you doing? If you go to social media say by hamstrings are fine. He just had me on the sideline. You know what's GonNa Happen. Levy. On and you know this happened in Pittsburgh we're GONNA HAVE YOU GONNA be on the sideline? Bro You know why? Because you are not the ultimate decision but here thing these teams thing you just let later on as a grown man how you another romance the here in lie on your name if you not here one day Lavar me Marcellus man all know Lavar. Was Out at the club late last night. So we ensured for the show you're gonNA tweet in and be like, no, that's not what happened. You're going to clarify because you're not gonNA sit here on. Tour. Torres. If you're saying that that's what it was. That's what it's going to be. Otherwise I probably won't be on the show. on bail needs to take no. Makita respect Adam Gates between about his damn head coach. He didn't respect Mike Tomlin? He's the common denominator. He doesn't respect is homeboy Jamal Adams. Not knowing what he total try to call him out and questioned his character instead of just call me like it is I'll just waiting for it was wearing for the walk to the line of scrimmage. In, ground and take on, build a return to form because all the rest of his pig pan always got dust around them. That's getting a little old new for me.

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"Radio with Brenten. Scoops ask. WHAT'S GOING ON EVERYBODY BRANDON Robinson senior writer at heavy dot Com. We're here with heavyweight school on heavy on Lakers platforms. I think we're on heavy on celtics platform as well as heavy on both we have a special guest. Jay Williams of ESPN joins us today. Jay was good how you doing scoot longtime though see brother the last time I saw you was that Lakers sixers game philly shooting before the game. The world has changed since that day I was good to see you good to see you too brother. I'm happier doing well, man. Have you bill with all this? You. Know it's A. kind of twisted the energy around in two thousand twenty. Give sports analogies obviously working two ESPN but we're. Being down in a game man you know I started to live my life this year with everything happening where I just refused to let that energy consumed me. I was going to combat it all the time and just fight it. Because I, you know, I don't know how much time I got left here man. So I know it's been crazy nosema tornado chaos but same time and A I'm here for a good time not a long time. Yes. Okay. Yeah over. there. Listen Mad. As a kid, I used to hang out with my friends Fred Jillian in place. And I went through my phone, you are complaining from. New. Jersey. Went through my fault and ask some of my friends at playfield a pussycat away. something. So before we get started softball question. Why didn't you choose JOE'S OVER POINT So. That's that's a deep question because. I live on ninety king and avenue right down the street from high. School. My mom work at the High School a guidance counselor there for about. Six or seven years before. I got into that area. And one of the things that my dad did I didn't go to the local schools in plainfield. I. Went to a private. Catholic. School in South Plainfield for you know kindergarten through eighth grade. I was getting recruited by painful high school, but my mom. I guess being there during that time you know kids were going to. The front doors through metal detectors or a lot of gangs around plainfield and every time I would go play at Cedar Park, which is the local park where who? Get jumped and stuff like that, and I was always calling around. and. My parents didn't like that. No, my dad's one of ten from Fort Lauderdale. He grew up in a difficult time. My Mom's Ohio she grew up in a difficult area. And for them, they always wanted my focus to be education. And I gotta be real demand like you know even goes back to my accident. Very impressionable growing up, and you know your some of the five people you keep closest at that time life. Hanging out with my friends on the corner. And then forget my mom like snatching up the corner. What are you doing like you are going to be different and I'm not going to allow it. So me going to Saint Joe's. Just put me on a different trajectory me outside of my comfort zone. So that was my parents decision but ultimately manny, it expanded my horizons. Through, that's rope. A lot going on in the world. Jacob Blake is shut down the NBA as it relates to the players. For a boycott, if you will began with the bucks in the magic game gave five and more curious from your perspective. What advice can you give us about the bubble? Well you know we got got a chance to talk JJ reading today on our show and No Avenue show on ESPN six ten every morning with keyshawn Johnson is it's it's been a monumental thing scoop. By a thank you brother there's never been. To. African American host. Of A radio show in the morning. Sports in ESPN. So obviously we're we're blazing a different. A DIFFERENT PATH But you know bring it back to JJ. He was saying that we know we're locked in the bubble I can only imagine like first off, you know we always. We, make light of mental health and things of that that that case scoop riding. You Win Things I was saying is that when I have a bad work day? When I come back home to the crib. When I see my daughter? Right. No matter. What happened my day when I see my little kid it snaps me out of whatever the hell happened in my day. It puts me in that present moment with my daughter. and. Then my mind goes to this place that I do allow myself to be present with my daughter because I'm angry about what happened to, of course, my day and I'm doing this surface right seemed with my wife I'm doing her disservice relationship. So that's a monumental for me. So let's let's say you can't do that anymore. Now when you're in this bubble, your yeah. People say you basketball you're saying home playing but the mental health aspect of this is is dangerous because now you don't have the people that have been around you your whole life help you recalibrate. Here anymore you're by yourself with your own thoughts and guess what your thoughts revolve around to. You're not. If you're not OJ, you're not present with this. So, going your phone, what are people saying on I g what are people saying on all these shows? I don't care what anybody says the more you consume that if you don't have things to combat that that sits in your subconscious so I think for all of these guys and these women. included. MLS NHL is challenging man `specially while you're dealing face of a pandemic, you're away from your family and then at the social justice aspect of it. Considering that people are quick to hit them with the cancel culture. I say this scoop. was talking to my cousin about last night We were saying that you know the stereotype these are very self absorbed there in their own world and that you know it's not about them or them building their businesses. It really understand because it's not relatable because they're they're essentially in their own bubble. And how ironic is it that now these athletes are in a bubble in there are so much different because they're actually standing up for millions of people right? Voiceless. How mazing is that? It's It's one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen him online it's the epitome of water the House in the House board but at the same time being enlightened exactly. What happened yesterday brother like real talk you know I really. Sports is leading our country better than politicians are leading our country. And that's the beautiful thing about what we're seeing. The bucks were about the forfeit a game. They even know that this was going to lead to a movement and led to Orlando boycotting with them led to okay see and Houston boycotting with them to all the Games. Then being boycotted next day to watching the mets in the Marlins last night, you know not playing a game to you know watching NFL teams. The Detroit Lions not practice the Baltimore Ravens coming out with a statement, a strong statement condoning asking for the arrest of the police officers related to Brianna Taylor speaking about Jacob, Blake actually outlining parameters about what specific asks were that they wanted legislatively. We actually acted as a pain and all all sports, all people, I mean Ryan Tannehill, the quarterback titans came out and made a statement with the team. And we need our fellow brothers and sisters to stand with us about what we're experiencing I. Know in particular about whatever experiences a black man to and I know we all have our own stories man tell me something. What are some of the I guess actionable things. That you think the players should push for. The whole. Not just blacks whites because kyle over is the minority in the. J. Weather minority before the Pelicans. Went home. What are some of the accidents and things that you think? We'll Kyle Korver dealt with this with this team as Sabbath Lotion. Being, arrested in. Milwaukee and being. For a parking violation in having his face smashed against ground. So I go this, I go to. The elimination of qualified immunity. Right that all these unions have police officers being able to protect themselves actually making it federal hate crime if you shoot in aren't on person. Federal hate crime at really providing accountability for your actions and you know. Get into these conversations because I, like my life was. I was afford that between to be here scoop because I, feel like almost passing away it's my job to build bridges between people in I recognize that I have a lot of friends in a really good people show. I try to say this. There is a history due to Jim crow laws and other things as relates to know police brutality and I just feel like. Americans black people were tired retired of being tired of telling the same story and you want your fellow brothers sisters to be empathetic to understand, and then things become. So quickly politicized, we're not talking about politics man. We're talking about human decency human decency and the fact that it's been able to be spin on his access to politics. really disgust me sometimes and I know everybody goes to the rate that black people go through. It is a little bit different than other people in fighting that fight is something that we all need to find a resolve and be rejuvenated and continue to stay energized in our approach. I was on a call with the reverend, the forest by Saris over First Baptist, today in Somerset, and he one of the things we talked about was. The argument I think it gets lost in translation for people who may not look like us or people that just see so much that or consume so much content and I one of the things I propose to him was at least set was you have to put things in bite sized pieces not in chunks because I think when that happens, you see a bunch of rich guys. And they people may call them brats or they ask, how does someone get shot seven times? Affect them all the way in above. I guess my question is for you because you're on both of the size of the media as well as. A former player. How do you explain it to people who are not as gross in it or who don't have the same life experiences you? So I try to challenge people because. You know. I. Think. One of the benefits in in urine for them boy growing up in Plainfield in a tri state like friends. Go, at Baskin Robbins. Latino friends Jewish fringe. Friends. Africans who are my friends? All different subsets of cultures. But when we had conversations about these type of things with my group of friends, we've got India conversations and I feel like when I tried to address people, we don't get it I automatically asked well, how diverse is your friends how the rest of your friends because unless you have people that you care about that, you're having these types of conversations where he can say. You. Know as a as a black male I've never been pulled over by police before but or no I get hit with this how comedian comply. And I say, well, there've been times in my life. That I have complied. And I've got taken out of my car. And handcuffed because I was asking too many questions. You know me you know Okay, officer I'm sorry why did I get pulled over for speeding? Why thought I was going sixty miles an hour and I saw the speed sign sixty, five miles her why clocks with seventy five Will Okay would you like my license registration while you're asking questions? Am I not allowed to ask questions Sir. So simple question, but you see. I think. It is a double edged sword here because I felt that at the time he was escalating the situation. Almost I took the the places position that I took the job of deescalate situation for him or I. But my whole life. My. Dad Has taught me how have conversations with people back and forth whereas a lot of other friends, their parents have been talking to him about winning cops. It feels like it's way more intense and I'm not saying look we're not wrong. Okay. soupy. The cops job to the situation. But if you're programming is consciously like a lot of black kids are heart you feel intense how? Do you know how you react in those moments so that you put all that all that pressure on how the company's a handle this situation and we know people don't think right. All right. So you might think is trying to explain how the people the pressure that you feel being pulled over or me being in a nice car be pulled over for suspicious vehicle that's overwhelming then. Roaming and I've seen I was in North Carolina when I was down there at school. Sorry for being long when scoop but no problem was sitting in the passenger seat won't my friends and he was Caucasian. Okay we got pulled over. and. Mid We got pulled over to side a run on I ninety five and my homey got out of the WIT got out of the car. And walked back to the police car now you. I was like. Well what what mining up here, right? So. We don't have the luxury of doing things like that man we don't. Sometimes it just takes conversations with people to help them understand what the differences are you. First of all WanNa, take a reset. I think it's pretty cool. Revoke warheads and we both rockin glasses. If you get the memo, no I did not get the memo but. Still, you roll before so I try to imitate You go I'm curious to know from your perspective. The N. Word is a word that you do not use your against that work. Was that always the case where did that come from? Well. It's something that my you know my my dad. My Dad's ten Fort Lauderdale. And my grandfather played in the Negro Leagues, my mother my grandmother was always about doing things educationally neither neither of the. College. But all my dad's brother and sisters graduate from College. and. My Dad talking about he used to say the where it when he was younger. But. He didn't want to subconsciously get permission to his friends. He didn't want to do that. And was just the way I was raised. For me and I know people take that conversation and said, well, the word Nigga means King I think means in a different language. I understand that the history with how that were presented in our country. I never subconsciously wanted to get permission to somebody else to call me a derogatory term. I don't. So I I think as a matter of discipline in my life I've just completely canceled that word from my vocabulary I don't use none. Brian Urlacher former Chicago bear legend you should probable legend. Said something the other day about the. Did you hear them and I guess my question is if you had a teammate. That was a different race. Would you would you go to battle for them? So to Parkway's an earlier, your reaction and teammate if They had a purpose that they were only get or going forward you support. So I've known Brian for Awhile, I've hung out with him. He always seemed like a cool a cool guy to me the comments the other day. Took me back a bit. But instead of reacting being angry and going through social media and just responding I reached out to him personally. I. Want Him to come on our show and discuss it. I think. What I what I'm learning in my life is. Instead of being angry I pursue the conversation to make constructive. If you have the depth of intellect to see if you can empathize with me. About how your comment made me feel if I were to say Santa Mu how that would make You feel. He did not respond to me I think the lack of response is going to be the challenge for teammates because my thing is you're my teammate confront you head on now if you lack the intellect to Abba, conversation with me about it then I start the question why would you say it in the first place if you can't back up your? Why are you saying you can't back up and tell me you're y. And explain it to me. And we're GONNA have a major problem. But I try to confront it head on. You would think that sports is the one place. Where forces you to be in the trenches with your brothers and sisters? Where you're able to to find those connective tissues between one another. But like I said before. Our country's getting so politicized. Like. Brian. Right. Now you're GONNA have a lot of people that are going to give him the heisman. and. Say. That's how you think if you don't Wanna come to the table for a constructive conversation, then you can stay lane and that's how you think. The Bulls What is your opinion on how they were run when you play versus the regime that's currently running the bills now? I was at a I was in a difficult time with the Bulls. Gerry Ryan's overs is a really good owner. Jerry. Krause who no recipes passed away and I had a really good relationship. I think coming off the bulls scenario with MJ in winning chance championships. It was it was always chasing a ghost in those hallways man we really were. Play were franchises considered to be one of the greatest talk of all time. It's hard to live up to that standard of excellence. So I think we're going to change we had a coach and Bill Cartwright that was good coach but i. i. Think I would have probably excelled little bit more under Scott scowls at team after I. Got Her. I think right now. or to rose WHO IS GM Is. Properly positioned knowing his. Knowing his background from Seton Hong. I hope that they find the right coach that allows Zach Levine inert to play I wanNA see xactly being Kobe actually played together starting together. I WanNa Laurie Marketing, and actually take the next step in his career. Addressing what happens with window Carter. This is still game for traditional big man but I still think he can help you in spurts but there's no doubt about it. We need to do it through the draft and we need to do it bringing people in from Front Office perspective because we Anthony Davis is coming up people. He's coming up and like don't do it this year. Hello. Santiago. That's where he's from. We gotTA start pitching to people who wanna come back home rep home. I was winning. He said that it is a Nike function and people kind of laugh at all. Do you think that's realistic. People laughed off Lebron going back to Cleveland and. All I'm saying is I. Think we live in an age where? People WanNa look at what's happening in our country right now. Look what's happening? Like the Baltimore Ravens coming out with this statement. What are you doing for your local community mean something school. It means something that's that's legitimate change, and that's what we're talking about right now. Who is your district attorney. WHO's your Lieutenant Governor Like who? WHO's your mayor? Who's WHO's creating legislation your towns it starts on a local level local state federal. But if you don't do things like that in Chicago, you know one of the one of the things I've been here people say all the time especially the opposite I'm going to say opposite side people that try to use counter arguments against black lives matter say well, you guys are killing yourselves. CHICAGO YOU I can break now. Jim. Crow Law. Jim Crow and other aspects of this as relates to education and vacation that preached to that. For us it. We have to. We have to do things in our local community to affect change and I would not put it past. Anthony. Davis, because he he is a brother that gives back. He wants to be involved I would not pass off coming back on. Would you have? Taken the job as the GM of Chicago, Boulder was the game of the F. it became available to. I don't know if being a general manager is feature. I if I were to go into a front office position, I would model career after Messiah. Jury. would be the president of a team I. I thoroughly enjoyed the business aspects of sports. spent a Lotta time around owners was just with Mark Lazarie, the owner of the Bulls. Owner of the bucks. Excuse me. And I i. think that is more fulfilling to me and working with the GM to assess talent and handle the business aspects of a franchise especially with the with the continuation of the globalization of the game of basketball. Tell me something. Kyrie Irving is guy you're a good guy. Did he get it right. Chi has always been. Extremely smart. Extremely. SMART. And what I What I try to talk about when I'M ON AIR Is People have talents in different aspects. So. Incredibly. Talented basketball player. Incredibly talented smart individual. I don't think the message always translates from here to here. The right way sometimes I think that sometimes gets lost. In I think one of the things that makes it difficult for kyw. Is We have a hard time letting go of your past history? We take will he wasn't a leader in? Boston and look what happened in Boston or look what happened in Cleveland with him, Lebron and all these different things. In one of the things I get frustrated about the way the public perceives Correa's allow him the opportunity to grow. I think Kyrie Irving has grown tremendously over the last couple years of his life and it's not easy. I do ultimately think that Kyrie was correct. Unfortunately I think sometimes about how you communicate those thoughts in a position at C. P. Three was in that lack of communication. I think those are sometimes things that her ultimately the perception of Curry. Jason Tatum of Duke Guy. His season this year. that. Boy. Different. Scope where how long have you been league now I? Think this is year three for him. Going and the toe the running you one. I won't bring you back four years ago. I can't believe I'm saying for years ago when he was a freshman in college, he was coming at do. I got a home in North Carolina down there. Watching guys who Jabari Parker was doing his thing and illegal run at time. MILWAUKEE. And JABAAR was playing. And I watch JT, give him the business for an hour straight scoop and our great and I'm not talking about like college news. I'm talking about the same moves he's doing right now he was doing as a seventeen year old and I remember walking away. But like this do it is special he's different and. The way he was playing for the pandemic the way he's playing right now. He's going to be an MVP conversation in years to come. There's no doubt about it. He he may be one of the best players we will ever have that has gone Duke uniform and that's saying something his game reminds me. Is Not as but the the skillset reminds me of grant. Hill. Hill. Never got hurt. Imagine what Grant Hill would have been. Would you think about Kimba you like them in in. Boston do you think he's a better fit? I do. You know the one thing about Kimba. That Chi. Chi doesn't do as well. Ki, has the ball in his hands a lot. Right the amount of time per possession has balls in the ball in his hand is a little bit different in Kimbe Kit was willing to give more hockey assist. Ahead forward and I think. That ability to kick the ball ahead and get other people involved quicker instead of you making an play to make a play for somebody else let him kind of own that I think that seeps into the culture of the Celtics right leading Jay tatum goal do his thing instead of creating shopper Jason Tatum let him create a shopper you and other people as well. Kim Has always been that way though and Kim Man Kim a gun. Komo. Man. He's GonNa. Take that team when shot. At moxie. Okay. So here's here's what I WANNA. Get deep on me right now though. So. Coaching is the topic of the week. There's been a copy of the last couple of weeks. Work. If you had the chance to pick the next coach of the Brooklyn. Nets. Is Jason Kidd or Gregg. Popovich. Greg hobbits. Not Question. Why KADIAN A. Seven. Eleven. It has the potential to be one of the most dynamic duos. We've ever seen in the game and back that they're playing in Brooklyn just forget about it as it relates to the culture of the sport. They need somebody. WHO WARNS THERE ALTERNATE RESPECT? Jason Kidd. Is. Great exit knows. I do wonder about. Because look going to be arrived with Katie inquiry. Okay. We got two guys that depending upon the day that you have to be agile get to be able to pivot with them. 'CAUSE, everybody goes in a different mood swings. Okay. I think pop his ability to connect to players because of the championships he's won because of how he won them and ultimately because of how it communicates to his players. I, think at the end of the day both Kyrie and Katie would give him the ultimate respect because he's done it at the highest level with the best players in the world. And I think he could provide the right structure for them to do. I think. Jason. Kit Potentially could to. One of the things I've heard about Jacob is I. Wonder How know if you don't get it for Jacob How will he relate but I don't know maybe Jacob has evolved from time with Brown. And that's Kinda feel Hannity said to me on my podcast radio, the Jason Wants to get it right he kinda got into a situation where he became a cold fast right out of retirement and then went to team. So like okay, you've grown fly say Derek Fisher head to the same monty Williams comparatively earned this was underpopulated was at different spots before he became, he got his first head coaching Gig I think Jason Kidd. Headed the lead role being an assistant coach. I I'll say this to. You know I've been around a lot of. Growing basketball minds. He he's one of the most special ones I've seen. where? Like I don't know if you ask would feel but I know him Brian how conversations on this way going up here about sets about time situation about caught management about possessions in touches in fields and angles of attack and positions on the court that are more of a higher efficiency of scoring others. You don't have a lot of people that can communicate like that. So, maybe you're right. Maybe maybe that could be Jason Kidd. Your the Chicago Bulls or the Philadelphia Seventy sixers. Do you hire Kitty Atkinson or Mark Jackson. I think if if Chicago. I go with Kenny. Due to Kenny is one hell of a player development coach. He really is he was he too. God is GonNa win you championships here in Brooklyn. Maybe but I'm not sure. But getting you from where two bulls are to where the Bulls need to be i. think he could do that with him. He's a player's coach to which I think. We'll be different bean and coby considering the way Jim Boylan ran things was more of a college coach I do think. Brand came out with the statement that they were going to give it another run with Ben. Simmons and Joel. EMBIID. I. Think Mark Jackson will be better suited for that because mark would. Mark would push to dwelling. Beat has to take the next step. We always talk about the accountability for guys like Brett, Brown. But we need to get some accountability for Joel and Ben. There one of the most talented. In the game but It gets to a certain point where we need to see what you do every day in practice that translates to the floor and I think Ben Bring it even though I don't think Brett Brown. Held his feet to the fire and shooting his shot. But at least been played hard every single night Joel embiid. One of the most talented big men we may ever seen in the game I think rollercoaster ride of maturity for him is is a major question. And in order to pick that next up as a player, you have mentally be strong each and every day and be there be present I'm not sure that's the case right now with him you seem Jackson. Colton. Next season. I do. I do I with. Chicago with Brooklyn with New Orleans who knows what's going to happen with Houston I think a lot of Bacon sees right now and I think mark is. Market is a big time candidate. I think type I in a trickle down effect and that was just going to be my next statement in question what I'm hearing. The PELICANS titles job turn Dale. Do you think he fits with New Orleans or do you think he needs to be with a win now franchise? I think Thailand can fit wherever you want to be frank with you. I think it is later I think ultimately for Todd Lou, what do you want? You coming to Brooklyn. Different expectations and it'd be go to new. Orleans showing. Right. Drastically different expectations. So you know I don't get this twist man a lot of people say, Oh, it was. It's easy decision I know coaches. Light Yo I'm trying to get as many years as possible whom he get this money. So if I go to an organization where I know we're rebuilding I think about. Real talk. Man. Scooping about how long has Brett Brown been billy eight years they're going eight years. Taxis collected a lot, right? So. I mean look expertise. We're extremely low rebuilding just reset the culture depends on what you're looking for what what, what period of your life you're in. Would you have voted to end the season if you were still in the NBA? With something I said. You know. It it depends. Really. They rate us. First and foremost I don't think they were ready to do that. I think that happened on accident. The way I see it as that the bucks. Forfeited their game because they want to do what was right for the state that they wrapped. I think by doing that. By not communicating that to rest of the teams in the bubble. For Orlando to them reacting boycott, which didn't happen with the rest of the teams. But I think ultimately when it got to that meeting and you heard rumors of Lebron saying I, got my money on good. We don't need to play. I think that was because Lebron. James was frustrated that it wasn't properly communicated to everybody. Especially, considering the way he's partnered with different arenas with more to vote more than a vote. Communicate about what happened there. So I think everybody was trying to react instead of being proactive. Do. I'm sorry. I don't think there's been a league that has done. As much. For the cause as the NBA has done. So for me initially I don't think I would have gone to boycotting. Would use the illusion of boycott to push owners to do more to hire lobbyists. This goes back to your original question. I would have came to the table but I'm also different. I would have came to the table with list of demands, womb of Weenie these things in place we need to see traction on these things before we start playing again here. Do you think eventual strike is needed for the players to get the owner cooperation with social justice. I think the push for legislation I liked the direction that league is already trending in. I've talked to multiple owners they're willing to do what it takes. What if you don't get results depending upon how you measure success? Then extreme. Situations call for extreme measures. Men will the owners listen the Michael Jordan. I think if there's one you know I went through a list today of. What? Individual owners, what they're worth is in the league and you start looking at justice. Sinai. Point nine building billion look ahead. St Bomber get the one point four, billion. The thing that's always been. A riveting about in. Is that you can have all the money in the world doesn't mean you have access. and Michael Jordan as the only black owner. Has the ears. Of all the players. And it goes one person that can build that bridge. That regardless of whether people have ten times the amount of money he has at the players listen to. Michael Jordan. Was the first time that you met Michael. Jordan. Was it when you're bull Wendy you you'd be in the guy had been no carolina guy side. Do Win is your recollection of meeting Michael was that if I may ask what that conversation was like you know most people think they're like I always hate Michael Jordan and I, don't I I lies. Michael, Jordan on just as competitive as Michael Jordan. I, mean I went six championships damn. I want to be the best version of myself too I met him going into my Sophomore Year of High School College I worked the Michael Jordan flight camp on the Santa Barbara. And That was a year like for me and my career skyrocketed. Play we were playing one one that was trying to go out his wrote. I didn't care who he was talking to me call me Duke boy call me all of these different things and I was he called me whatever you want to rip your damn head off. And You. Obviously go into the Bulls was a mind mental thing for me and I remember I I caught so much slack man because I took his locker. Is. Empty young years was going. That's MJ's locker and I was like. Give it to me. I'll tell you should not somebody sat and this like we were winning games. Come. To have that rubbed off on me and I got destroyed in the media for destroy and him and I talked and he's like man. Take that locker. Be Yourself be different leading right so. For me he's always been that person. He's always been inspiration. Tell me something was the pressure harder for you to come in. I guess this is a three layered question was the pressure harder for you coming in. To Chicago, after Michael, Eddy Curry and Tyson, Chandler coming in after Michael Jordan or dirt roads coming in after you. Well I mean. I don't know pressure would be hard. I mean D- rose got to such a high level. So quickly I think that was a lot of weight for somebody I ultimately think Derrick rose you know why? Because Derek Roses from shy? That's like me getting drafted by the nets and being savior from own home state. Owned home city. That's a lot of weight man. While, you're trying to balance all the other aspects of it. For me personally. It was. My record and ninety, five and thirteen. Lost Thirteen Games three years. I was not used to losing. So for me. I didn't deal well with the rate that we're losing APP and I have a lot to the media that now being in the media game for fourteen years, I would have taken a different strategy. You feel me on. Got, we kept a lot more things personal to myself. Because you, you can't be as transparent with people. We are not position of leadership. When you talk about not losing a lot, I did not play football but I went to Don Bosco prep for high school. So I knew more about you get when they went to college and they were losing their way into the NBA and there were rules perfect segue. You Call Town as spoke volumes of spoke reverently about young number him going to his draft process and going to Saint Joe's it's like you. The world of you. And I guess my question for you is like would do you think of the Minnesota Timberwolves as far as the future? And do do you see carl part of it and when you think they're going to do with the dress I think a lot depends upon ownership I know I've been hearing rumors that in team is going to Brazil potentially. Karl Anthony towns is a franchise player. He's one of the most special individuals ever seen. I love him. I'll always be. Some objective when it comes to his game. I think, for Carl, being with the Ngelo Russell. Like I like to do the fact that they got into one picking the draft. I felt very happy for them. It really depends upon who they start surrounding Carl with and I. think that's that's a big question that you could love the city. You can love it more than anything. But if you don't have somebody in the front office that surround you with talent to win. Wow. We can have a what am I doing? What am I doing here? Do I do I believe in management to help me get to where I WANNA go in? If that is not the case? The Franchise always does was vested the franchise I do not look down upon players that decided it was best player. That town car call gets in that situation he's not make that decision. I'll. Stand behind them regardless. Do they trade for Devon Booker. I don't see why you go. I like that answer. They listen. They told you ns limited you that that's what they do. They did I don't If you haven't one pit. Whatever assets you want the exception of maybe Delo in cat. Here. Here. And I got to be rude love de la to but. You gotTa have the low in it. I don't know. For Book. The book is different and I love the CD Lou Deleo de Book and Cat Together But. I'm willing to like all the house future picks again, Booker. Do you agree though say I know I do I just think that I mean I've known that that the the the envelope up at the end of the Russell big was supposed to happen last summer. It ended up happening at the trade deadline. The conversation that many people have the whizz. Okay. How Devon Booker GonNa come to to to ten Minnesota is. Phoenix trade. OR IS HE GONNA walk in Free Agency and so you know you hear people say things you hit analysts identities or end or are scared to talk about. So. That's why you talked about fill in the Bronx. Speaking the same language like you and I are speaking essay vibration in the sense Oh. I feel like people don't want a knowledge because they are just Solo Devon Booker in the Phoenix Suns being the future. I don't know that's the case if. And agreeing with you. That's why I said because you'll speak on most wall. Indeed book we just did the boardroom with him this past summer. He's one of the most down to Earth people there are out there man and. Gets a certain point I look is is. That being his on is a better than what has been. Yes but also. Scoop I'll say this, they don't get to the bubble. Do that. The bubble mate. The. Bubble may have saved Phoenix in Devon Booker. Amazing. To yes, it did. Do Look at him as do you see him as a people like the US that Kobe Bryant comparison? Though. I see a little bit I see a little bit of that a little bit of the Rayon. Combined Right 'cause Minnesota excuse me Milwaukee Rail. Are we talking about Boston and? MIAMI. I'm talking. The book doesn't have the same athleticism back in Milwaukee, right? But like the I'm talking about the dagger shooting. Rayong right. But with that. That Koby Pinch posts? To Guard, operating one of the things that's I I give him credit. His handles underrated room. That is handle has gone like this. I worked with him at elite twenty four. When he was in high school, he was not like that he was not like that Kentucky but his game every year. That's objective scary for where he can be. A little bit more like Seattle robot not they say like rain was also crazy athletic though remember. The book has that type of Athleticism. No that's where you when I look at radio and I look at athletes who have transitioned into radio and TV. Michael Strahan I'm looking at Tiki Barber. And I look at you. Have had the personality that transcended. Sports into the I guess the the. Producer and talent sweep. If you don't have that motorcycle accident, are you a TV and radio personality after you? Know The Path that was on I would have a lot of money but I think I would been miserable. I didn't have any. I didn't have any foundation in my life scoop. I had. No accountability. Whatever I want when I did it and I don't think I was living my life maliciously. But. It was it was fast paced. It we. Live living so fast and never spent any time thinking about anything. In. This tie back in you know it's so interesting to me. Dealing with. The bubble in all these issues around social. Justice because. The amount of pressure that is on these athletes. Heavy man. Especially when Guys haven't had spent allow their life thinking about real shit. You know what I mean scope. Bravo I haven't had this much time I'm I didn't play but I haven't had this much time could be my own thoughts since I was a senior in high school. Because it's always about moving onto the next Ryan. Yes. If you have money and you can find planes, you can buy whatever you want. You can purchase homes, you can work Allen you'll life is. So as an athlete, you're taught in order to be successful you have to be so myopic at something and it's a very one directional relationship. It's you need all the time right we'll make sure that my pre game rituals way. That's why I respect the hell out of the Kobe Bryant heart is a to alter what your mentality has been like for thirty plus years in all sudden to go. It's not about me it's about my kids. Wife. that's hard to do when you hold has been about you and your needs and me when I got hurt. Trying to come back it was about me but then when I couldn't do that I was like, Oh, I'm not that special man. That was humbling. I'm on that special. Dan. I'm a first job jobs making thirty, five, thousand dollars a year. He just brought me back down as A. Crash from the Sun Ban and he just recalibrating everything in my life. I'd have an account pay my own bills on my. Got Pay bills like what's this What an expense sheet with our got like I got itemize what I spent out I only get paid. Twenty dollars a day for food. What twenty dollars, right so just it changed the course of my life man. And that's that's not that's not easy to. You're comfortable right now and as I'm listening to you talk your proper. I'm on TV. Jay Now you're like. Does Wayne Brady has to choke a be. Right there I'm seeing the real you and I think one of the reasons why we're here today we talked so much different sports and social justices by Nanteuil the financial part of what you do particularly as it relates to advising people on how to spend their money I heard people talk about how when liberal little bow on went from being a rapper to be host one Oh, six in. Movies. It was a transition. I'll think of a transition that from being an NBA player. Millions the being tedium radio. Still do well. The difference in. That's that's. Your will you know when I first came into TV scoop was only making thirty five thousand dollars a year from my three four years on their free was doing a game in Oxford Mississippi. Which is As the northeast where am I going again? warned. Went down there and it took myself out the at a nice place Nice restaurant. And got the bill. Like two hundred dollars. I got it good and I remember after I got the bill I tried to expensive in got a reimbursement check for twenty three dollars. Some meal with two hundred. Twenty three thousand night well, your allotment for what you get to eat days. Twenty three dollars. Hold on a second lately weighs twenty dollars, right? So. I think for me and my life. Was a drastic change in that that changes your mindset but I think ultimately men it was the best thing to ever happen to me because I was able to create habits where I had to be on top of my own finances. And that's one of the problems that you have as an athlete you move. So fast you make so much money. They don't spend time paying attention to your damn money because you're moving so fast. Even though you may have, say allocate six a day to the court and I think athletes are different now but you start doing things you're playing video games or travel and friends your spend you burn rate is a lot higher because you would have by things that I can get I can purchase this. You're not really on a budget. So for me from that moment in my life of being twenty two years old twenty, three years old I was I put myself on a budget. A twenty three dollars a day budget. Which I'm like all right like the go get debt free buffet, the restaurant and Let. Me Be there early right. Let me I started doing things where I started like hustling and being nimble where all of a sudden I was like oh I spent six dollars a day on food. That's what's up. I'm about to get a check for some money that's surplus right now I'm winning. Having that mentality in the making. metality applicable to other aspects of your life. You start recognizing that, hey, the more I, the more I do this, the more money say but also I gotta start utilizing other other parts of my brain is start generating revenue, and also because of my disability, I can start getting things for free. As that. It is France with. Me All Day The thing that actually some of my friends that are in the industry with somebody sneakers, somebody of games they put them joyful on Ebay or they put those on facebook marketplace. Monaco make money off them. Look Man Guy I got a lot of rookie cards. Another one right. Side the Stock Exchange working cars me rookie cars are gone for a lot of money now. Rookie cards have held onto forever. I kept them in great condition. You know putting a market for note, twenty Exa what I got and then just negotiating people so. I, think there's so many Tippett's man financially at sometimes I don't think people understand the way I try to equate it to be you know if you're making. Four hundred bucks a week in your job. I don't understand think it's been all that money's an athlete. People is easy because it's applicable to what year, what your spenders you making four hundred bucks a week and you buy a pair of Jordans. For three hundred and fifty dollars. You use your whole week salary on that. Now, you might say I'm GonNa make another four hundred bucks next week. Still think about if you were to save twenty dollars a month and start building in the budget for saving for a pair of shoes, how much money you have in the bank it might take you a couple of months to get there. You know several months, nine months but. That's that's the reward I. Want I want my risk tolerance to be low and everything I do. The either or once again, if you had your druthers, would you rather owning a franchise or be a financial adviser for one of the top NBA players in the League? At the multiple, these franchise are being sold for right now I rather I rather owner franchise. I'd rather get in a franchise right now that's valued around. Nine hundred million billion dollars, which is a lower level within the league. Think st bombers set the market where when you bought the clippers for round two and a half billion dollars. I think you're going to continue to see. Individual Franchises in their prices continue to skyrocket. By the bottom floor that I would do that Jay you've done the boardroom Acadian. Climate. And people all consult about the in his burners and just his social media personality. If. He really is complicated as I say, no what say you as it relates to house. Africa, the accident is he complicated. It's complicated but I'm complicated school year complicated and I'll say this to you brother like this is so funny for me. Because people erupted. When you meet somebody scoop right so you're meeting me for the first time. This is how typical introduction go. Hey, scoop, nice to meet you. I'm Jason You would say. Pay a brand next to mission. What do you think the next logical question questions that you ask me it were to be around each other. Where are you from? What do you like to eat? What closed you might. Move. I. Met we. Actually know what this bullshit let me take that back. If you. Who on now? I would wear so I guess to K. Or Two K alive or or if you didn't know me if you didn't know me, you didn't know what I did. Okay. I think you're a nominee I think the next natural question that people would ask our. Hey, what do you do? I Agree I. Because people me what you do too badly, how much respected on give you. Go Right. So I say that to you because. If everybody knows what you do and everybody knows how much money you make. Wouldn't. Alter. That moment when you meet people wouldn't that make you a little bit. More apprehensive or anxious when you're meeting people about. What what do you want something? Do you really WANNA to be my friend for me? Jay People ask me what I don't say the anymore I sound Macau's professor because when I finished Grad School, I jumped and a bunch of different colleges for a while. And that lowers the conversation. So like I told you with Katie, you're exactly right man who magic from the time you were in high school you're six, eight, six, nine people were saying that you're the next gift from God. You're going to be an NBA player think about that but the effects of your family and how that affects your family in ultimately how that you relationship with British be with his mom and his brothers and? The people that you have come in and out of your life, and also one of the things that's challenging for athletes is. I talked a lot of other whose parents have a lot of money and they've been raised around a lot of money. At things differently, you look at your relationships and you say, WHO's the most? WHO's the most competent? Or Hey dan met with multiple financial advisers. I will learn about financial advisers I feel comfortable asking those types of questions. Okay. Here's the three who I want to interview, and you're not bringing any personal emotion into it. You're making a decision based upon who is the most competent making the most money at what return you? What's a reasonable decent return for you Every business transaction in your life about Ms, surrounding myself with the best right got somebody growing up around money who hasn't experienced. At the WHO doesn't grow up around money? Who Yours we have money his whole life I'm making decisions based upon who I trust. Who I trust and allow times who who do you trust people have been around you. The longest doesn't mean that they have the best interests. In. Your best interest because you know all these stories working, I'm not saying this is applicable to Kevin but you know family members have their hands in the cookie jar they're making side deals with agents you're finding out about these things that he rose to trust with them. Then you're you're angry, you're going to somebody else that made me give you a little bit money here or there you go the a relationship with them but they may not have your best interests Hansel it becomes harder to and plus you're not equipped with the skillset the tool set to know who's the best because your whole right to talk to them. Violation. So, who's supposed to help you assess that information. Is Challenging man and then they'll let somebody takes money from you. Forever. scorned. You don't trust nobody but yet you're making millions and millions of dollars. So it makes it hard to live a normal life. So of course, if life is complex for you and I. Think life is going to be exponentially complex for Kevin Durant. where? s Israel talk man and he does a good job navigating. She's been tom around him. He's actually more normal than people give him credit for, but people don't get a chance to spend a lot of time with them. Humour question go ahead next season it's going to be an adjustment for Katie and Kyrie in. Brooklyn. Of course. Whenever. You go to a new team. And you a new player, it's going to be an adjustment also who coaches them that's GonNa play into the factor of how it's going to be an adjustment for him. I will say this about those two. They are sick. They are tight. Like they're really tight. and. If you were to ask me as a guessing man. It's going to be carrying Katie against the world. I think Kevin is going to have his back I think. Kevin's back. It's GONNA be like the bad boys in Brooklyn Man. I had that conversation but Isaiah recently I asked him when you look at him when you look at specifically Kyrie. In. Spencer Dinwiddie. Do you Dumars Zeta situation assuming there's no transactions that take place. He said I can see that you just can't compare really Johnson the K. D. no disrespect really Johnson No that's that's disrespected. Vinnie Johnson. Johnson, and in Kevin Durant. A comparison between the Detroit Pistons that ways in the Brooklyn Nets I do because I think this team in the market that they're gonNA be in. In the backyard of Brooklyn, the press is going to try. Their Danis to break that team apart. Every little thing. Every. Little thing if it was carry having smart. It was kept waving coach off. Spin Spencer Dinwiddie be mad about playing time. How does that affect avert? who his stock is skyrocketed when he was in a bubble bobble. I Rock, and so now you have four guys verge being all stars that. Of course in Brooklyn and the Knicks are good. You'll think we're going to the nets apart. So I really do believe that regards whatever happens. They're going to be they're going to be thick as blood. They're gonNA stay together and if the ship goes down, they all go down together does Lonzo ball over the next. The Mellow Bar Lonzo Ball. Eating. I. Don't know if I see him I don't know if I see him staying in New Orleans. We're talking about Lonzo. My Lonzo right now at the level hasn't gotten draft yet I. I don't think Lamelo. Ends up being with eighth pick in the draft I think Mela will earlier maybe going four. maybe going into Charlotte Charlotte needs that star power to a degree. I I don't. If Lonzo ends up if Monzo ends up in new. York. I actually might like that I think Lonzo ball could be a really good NBA player but I think we need to reset expectations for Lonzo. Do. It's okay. You don't have to our Lebron James triple double just average a triple double. souverain get you paid a lot of money. He can still be part of a a winning organization can still be part of a championship team. I also do like attributes. He brings to the table I just think that we need to stop talking about. Lonzo like he's going to be Devon Booker. We need to reset expectations for him and that's okay. Last question. Talk about your mom you talked about Your Dad, you talked about the playfield of an. Easy. Question. As we exit. Best piece of advice. That you received as a kid that's carried over into your NBA career that's still walks with you today. While best piece of advice carryover over into my NBA, career carries me today. This is. Not doing this off the words we drink song. Maybe later. You, know. I still consider being kate when I was twenty twenty one. Who Let you know my dad? Says to me that that was pretty mind mental. So you know you have to. Spend, time with yourself to know yourself. And? Think for me. Going through. That experience of almost passing away. Put me on a path. where I know myself but I'm also malleable because I recognize that if I'M NOT EVOLVING That I'm doing a disservice to my second chance being here on this planet. So everything I try to approach my life school. I tried to approach it from very authentic space. Try to put your being very transparent about what I've learned and I made a lot of mistakes in my life. I went through being depressed man I went through thinking that I threw everything away. But I also, I also fight every single day NASA zone air to be a better version of myself. I got wasn't a great boyfriend to my wife. I became a better person because my life has forced me to be a better man I. Enforce to a better man because my daughter. Because my job and responsibility. Now last two weeks of work every single day having the platform I have in talking for four hours not reading teleprompter stressful man I'm just not talking for me. I'm talking for my brothers and my sisters about how I feel about something that is. IMPERATIVE JUNCTURE OF OUR COUNTRY and how I connect the DOTS and how I build bridges to bring us together to help other people empathize. With what we're going through is important. I don't show up to work every single day for a paycheck. I'm doing this because I love it. I'm it's it's who I am my purpose man. I think the more that people spend time with themselves. To try to understand what their purpose is. Better better place will have as a society. We gotTA GOTTA slow down a little bit because. two, thousand, twenty s a tornado of chaos brother a really had. In like no. Can you tell me what happened last Tuesday? Has because Tuesday Wednesday Thursday. All bunched up together. So we got a slowdown men to really start thinking and stop not being reactive instead of being proactive with how we live our lives and it's really important. That's road. We ended there Mr Williams, I have to thank you for your time. Now we are in chains come on scoop. I know you're comfortable because you took your glasses off I did you got you got the real me I mean everybody always gets the real me but I'm at home I'm relax now and but I I commend humanity like moment we met. You got a a great energy about you and your ability to ask questions man you could bring that out of people keep doing what you're doing. Sarah said you if I can help you in any way. Let me know. Let you know for those who are paying attention. You know I started actually with the nets at twelve at a radio show as a kid this was during the Jason Excuse me during the Jay Williams your namesake but with a why? Sam Cassell era and our king was Michael Hope. So being around, you know players like reverend nine and some of the other guys like saying a lot of people men you know when you talk about your passion and What you do, it doesn't feel like work. This was a candidate conversation. With you man, we need more of that because I think the more people were. Transparent. Look mammy one of the main reasons I wrote a book. first, and foremost, it was for me because it was Cathartic for me but secondly. Recognize that everybody had some kind of motorcycle accident in some door known I mean like I wasn't going through anything that other people haven't gone through as it relates to depression and other things we've all experience some degree and. Make connections man make bridges. That's it. All right you guys thanks for listening. Thanks for watching. This is radio scene. You bring a coffee, bring a Dunkin.

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Tuesday 9/15/20 - The Manipulation Of Social Media (The Social Dilemma Review) Part I

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Tuesday 9/15/20 - The Manipulation Of Social Media (The Social Dilemma Review) Part I

"Right, they made today's Tuesday September fifteenth. Welcome to the dog. Walk President. Barstool sports. I'm sitting here with chief as Tuesday chief what up. WHAT'S UP Man Back at another -nother documentary that gave me the willies. Yeah. It seemed like glistening four on one really got to people that that was aside from the game in the size of my apartment that was the talk of the apartment while we're sitting there. Everybody seemed to get into that one be like well, what the faulk because there really was one of those where I would've watched that even if I didn't do the show for sure how it was dock. So even if you haven't watched it yet I would I would recommend going back and watching that and then listening if you want to. It was a good doc. You should definitely check it out today we're actually covering another doctor came out. It's kind sweeping. The US I mean, maybe even the nation's slowly. But surely, and I think it's only going to get bigger. Yeah. I think right now that you know per Netflix's algorithm which even saying that word after watching this doc is giving me some a little bit of uneasiness but it's like number four I think in training on Netflix's saw it's definitely the top ten people are watching it but I think you're right I. Think. As more people become aware and maybe some of the people who were featuring the docket interviewed in other places I I do think it's going to be a growing thing because it impacts literally every single one of us. Time it's called a social dilemma and before we really get into it now I wanNA take a minute here to talk about Roman obviously most guys here have tried different ways to last longer in bed while you're sitting there you thinking about who? WHO's the all time leader in hits in the Major League Baseball? You know everyone likes to pull the Wayne Gretzky stats you know. All Time leading scorer even if you never scored a goal. Yeah, exactly. 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Monday night and then I. watched it again in the morning prerecording to make sure I had everything going because it is so much information and some of it is tacky. which is not my strong suit will say. So in order to really digest it, you kind of have to slow down and really focus and watch because it's It's alarming and it's it's a lot to take in. So the gist of it if you haven't watched yet I assume most people's you're listening. Now you have just of it as a lot of the former people who were involved social media and tack in Silicon Valley they came together and they talked about the dangers in the manipulations of social media. Yeah and it's things that have happened on purpose. They did these things on purpose by design, and then now they're saying it's Kinda just gotten. Beyond them, it's out of control. So they had one guy and again it's in. It is a WHO's who and it's not low level people. It's the former head of monetization for facebook the president of Pinterest you have a top level engineer for twitter you have a top level senior vice president of engineering for twitter top level guy at Google guy who designed how g mail chat works the guy who invented the like button. So yeah, you know like the guy who invented the fucking light bulbs yeah. So it it is. It's not just some you know. You know secretary or entry level guy who's running up the flagpole no people were integral designing essentially how we live our lives on the Internet now and I like how they covered every platform like you send the Google that had you know he was heavy g mail, Guy Jeter Pinterest it didn't matter in early developers of instagram. You're definitely hit by some platform used there was one I thought glaring omission. What was that? Maybe it's maybe it's Amazon there's nobody featured from Amazon in this documentary and I'm wondering if that's Intentional or or maybe this just doesn't apply to Amazon feel like it has to but I thought that was weird I have some thoughts on that. Okay. So we we started well, okay. We'll get to that Amazon, and obviously if you know what we're talking about I, if you've watched the documentary talking about I, don't think Amazon applies buys that. So listen this this this fear of Amazon is. Growing and growing and growing as the days go by it feels like right they're getting a whole foods they're getting into. You know the blaze was the richest man in the world into the post they I don't even know if that goes it goes hand in hand but it doesn't I don't know for sure right just because he owns it I'm not really sure how much how much he had. Exactly. But Amazon as a whole it's a marketplace. Yeah but I think that they directly benefit from online retail, which is a what a lot of these. Products that are you know this whole thing is based on like this out algorithms and advertising models and who like. So. How could the biggest retail giant in the world not participate in this? They might participate in at the most. I don't know exactly but you're right there's less of the social component. But you know the the Alexa. I almost feel like you know they have the Alexis and all these things are listening to you, and then all of a sudden you pull up your instagram and you're just talking out loud about bedding or taking a trip or you know or you need a dog bed or something like that, and you're scrolling instagram just like the things that you just said out loud it someone sitting across the from you pop up on your. Definitely. That kind of stuff is weird to me I don't I don't know exactly how it works and they didn't explain it. I thought it was weird that Amazon was missing an apple two I listen I completely understand that but to me I don't know the split I don't share I. Don't know how many people are using. You know the Amazon or is that called the Echo? It's called the fucking Alexis Alexia. Sorry. I don't know how many people using the Alexa versus how many people use Amazon video versus how many people are using the site but to me. I still think majority of people are still solely using the site. To buy stuff. Yeah. Like me, that's where it's like that's Amazon to me. Okay. Yeah, that could be I. Just thought you know if you're if you're talking about Online commerce, which is kind of at the foundation of all this to have the largest. Online. Company in the world of all time. Not Be featured I thought was a little odd, but maybe they WANNA keep specifically. Yeah. No I know because I've never for instance I've never no social component Amazon. I've never scrawled Amazon and been like Oh my gosh I'm ready to jump out the window. You know I it just it's. It's it's products from the most part and A. Dip into the Alexa and you dip into the video portion but that's is really the same as Netflix. Yeah. Video. But I don't. I've never been there where outside like oh my. Horrible where it's like this is polluting society. Yeah. So maybe we should just focus on the other ones. So, there was one thing like right off the jump that I found sort of concerning. Just inherently is that they described the world of you know the the people who are designing these things. And they said overwhelmingly. It's twenty to thirty five year old white guys who are designing the tack that really influences and controls the world and I feel like I've said this either on this podcast radio other places that's alarming just because. That's means it's smarter people like us, but still morons like you don't even have you don't even have your fully formed brain until you're twenty, five, twenty, eight as as a man. So you're prefrontal CORTEX. So if you're going to have like a twenty, two year old twenty, three year old kid who's a brilliant engineer designing thinking these things coming up with ways for people to stay engaged and use it more and all that. He's not looking at it like he just can't. He physically can't doesn't matter how smart he is from a cow or holistic like is this is this good? Should we have other things on a he's kind of singularly focused and he he's not capable of making great decisions. You might have great ideas and ways to apply those inside of what his job is but it you'll lack decision making and big picture thinking. When you're that age just the way it is. Yeah. So that to me was like, oh so now you have like morons even if they might be quote, Gina says deciding all these things like that's kind of almost inherently bad that it is young people without the four set of in the world experience of how these things damage people for sure. It's a two fold thing right? Because one there's like the whole Just. Just not enough life has been lived to really fully understand the writing you know. Yeah and that's what that's what I always get to that guy could be the smartest fuck dude in the world you know he's not wise. Yes Stanford Harvard wherever you WANNA fuck and call it and he he knows all about you know X. but he does know about why I completely. And it's seems like we're seeing that play out in real time here it almost felt. Like a meme at twenty first century meam of like Frankenstein where it's like you have these brilliant mad scientists who create something and that just gets beyond their control and they just I, it's come to life and there's no putting the you know they said in the in the in the dock this is a conference or no putting the genie back in the ball. There's no putting the toothpaste back in the tube like this is where we are now and Dave design these things things are improving and changing themselves without any human oversight. That's the the idea. Of artificial intelligence and it's getting scary. So we can kind of continue we can't get into the nitty gritty if that's what yeah. We probably start with Google that right is that where you wanna go because he's the first guy. So there's this guy and he's I would say he's he's spoken to Congress. He's become kind of maybe the ethical voice out of Silicon Valley in the tech world or the face of it anyways, and he was sitting there being and he was he designed g mail basically like he came up with Google chat he's like. Down to. The colors what should the notification sound be all like they think of everything to make it more user. Friendly or user or or addictive, and then he got to a point was like man I'm on my phone and my computer I'm addicted to my own email is anybody in the company the we've thought of everything is anybody thinking of a way to make this a little bit less invasive a little less a addictive. He said he was getting on the bus to go to work the Google boss on their campus over there and he would get on and everyone just be on their phones much like it is an you know public transportation today where else? Yeah and he was just kind of. He seemed like bothered by it. Yeah. It was like a moral conundrum. So he he went back and you know he didn't quit his job or anything at least not right away. But he started putting together this presentation about what is Google's? Ethical responsibility in this space when it comes to attack and how they manipulate people and how people use their product and how they treat their their users and and it was a widespread presentation. He you know he send it to you said, he sent his like fifteen or twenty people at Google that he works with closely that he trusts and he got a ton of very positive feedback. Right away. So as long wealth out thought out thesis looks like it sounded like he was done like a an excel or powerpoint rather, and it got all the way up to Larry Page whose Google CEO and they said Larry Larry Page was made aware of it according to this guy in in three different. Meetings that day and then no one ever really did anything disappeared. Yeah. So it was like a wave may ripple you know in the short term people were aware of this presentation positive feedback when up to the highest office in the company, which you could argue is one of the highest offices in the world because Google and then it just fizzled out and died and I think he got frustrated by that. So he started going on kind of this this campaign to raise more awareness. Because he felt like he couldn't do it internally So so it was and the guy. I like the Guy I don't know you. The thing and it's an hour and a half you don't really get to know someone clearly especially over. A edited piece of work. But I it just seemed like trustworthy guy. I would agree I would agree and a guy with you know moral compass is what it felt like an and he kind of you know they broke it down it was him and they had several other people. Talking about. What's at the root of this and and if you've watched the movie social network when I launches and it's in its timberlake and and Zuckerberg, and they're talking about, you know wanted to put advertisements on there and soccer berry was like you know, let's not do that yet like this just let's just have it be a thing. Let's just have it be cool and so they just there were no ads on facebook, which is why I drafted it in the draft because he was cool back then we'll five, zero, nine, the primetime time of Facebook, and then they began to monetize it and they facebook use the google they're like Google has done this very. They have it's a search box. It didn't like this unbelievable tool google. That's the other thing about this Google twitter Uber All these APPs are fucking amazing like I would not want to necessarily get rid of them or live in a world where they don't have them like being able to you know get news instantly to your phone or get any information that you want about anything in a heartbeat is incredible. I WOULDN'T WANNA go back to like having a fold up map to decide where I'm GONNA go or or having to wait for a cab or call a cab like. twenty-first-century tech is like It's it's unbelievable and it's like a blessing, but it's also there's this underbelly side of it. That makes things very scary and that's what the tristen Google Guy said he's like listen ever wide bushy tailed because social media and you know Google and search engine and everything was supposed to make things easier and better in some ways hats. Yes. Yeah but there's a lot of ways that they didn't even consider. would. Yeah and they said that they showed like a clip of Jack from twitter being in front of Congress having the hearing and he's like you know when we built this thing, we never anticipated any any. People trying to manipulate people are fake news like we're just trying to like have a conversation social media channel through this APP like we didn't think like Russian interference or Chinese manipulation government US government like no one thought of that. He's like, no no it was beyond our wildest dreams. We were just kind of digging around and but it was when they started to really monetize, which is when things kind of got fucked up because you have to monetize right? Like this is you know everyone you if you're gonNA have something so widely used there's GotTa be a way to make money. So they facebook tried to follow the the Google model, which there's advertisements that come up right away. They're clearly marked as ads, and then you kind of get your search results. But then you can kind of you know manipulate the algorithm minimum your own Seo to be at the top of it, and it's like this competition to get eyeballs and that's what facebook really tried to mimic. But they did say some some kind of profound or insightful things they said, you know if you're not paying for the product. You are the problem you are the product so that if you're using facebook twitter, all these like incredible platforms are free. They're free and that's because. they're free to you. But you're paying for them with your own data that you provide them and the the other thing they didn't really talk about his dating. APPs to. that. was another one that was in there but there was another show called a documentary series called connected on Netflix? Spent a little bit of time on the dating APPs like those ones are sneaky. The most effective because you voluntarily tell them everything about yourself and you think it's just going to a potential soulmate are those transcripts are getting right? Tossed on some type of web pain there's on the have you like? Are you active? Are You Do you smoke? Are you political? Do you drink? Do you do this? Do you do that and you can't you just hand over every single like? Little bit of information than they sell it and then say that pops up on your Oh. Yeah. So that that is a thing but it's like because these are all free somebody is paying for them in the advertiser paying for him and the advertisers are calm. The had one person say that you know the customers are the advertised products is the user attention attention and engagement then a guy. Who is an author? WHO's been studying this since two, thousand and six? He comes in and says, that's actually not deep enough. He said it is the gradual slight imperceptible change in behavior that is the product. So it's not just your attention they want your attention, and then they want you to do something about it and so that without you really being aware they don't want to be like. You Know Alexa said this they listen me and now they have that you know pair of jeans on on my fee that look great and I need a pair of jeans. So I'm GONNA buy it. So that is really what the what they're selling is that change of being able to predict change behavior of the users? Yeah he was interesting do yeah. And then if you think about it like if you think about. Traditional advertisement even if it's just a billboard. Okay. So people pay a lot of money for those billboards. He put him on next to the highway and they're based upon. How many eyeballs you're going to see so it's like. This particular stretch of highway has nine, hundred thousand cars pass through. Every. Day between now seven and nine. AM YOU'RE GONNA get X. amount of impressions but it's you know a Lotta those impressions are going to be from maybe single women who don't need to see Brian Earl lacquers hair transplant never going to apply to them that never happens with tech tech you're getting things that are tailor made to you curated for you that you're the most possible likely way to get that advertise to to buy that product. You're never get if you're a woman, you're never gonNA see Brian Urlacher pitch in hair replacement surgery and the way they presented it was with kind of three almost evil sinister guys. Yeah. Looking your Campbell from fucking madman which was bizarre to see. Lat Long. Just like the the body of it looks like I. Forget the exact word of what I would say that they used they use three it was like a clone. Of this actor who was the personification of the AI system. So the the algorithm is like, okay like this guy's not using his social media as much like how do we get him to get back in? He hasn't used it in twenty four hours. Let's send him a push notification that his friend has logged in. You can wave high to him, and then all of a sudden you get that Notification Bang you're on, you're scrolling. Through things or seeing things you're you're you're reengaged and what really got me is in that conversation Oh let's keep them. Let's keep him. Let's toss up to three bubbles. Yes. So he knows that his friends responding. So it's like, all right. We're going to keep his You know his use. Yup. On this up a little longer because we we're gonNA show him that's. Come I mean even with fucking text messages like having somebody who have the three dots and the dots go away you're. So. fucking clipping. So that is a very relatable piece of the of the documentaries like those three dots. The bubble dots are something else is coming you better. Just keep your focus for another five ten seconds as the person finishes typing and that you know and that was another thing that they said and they said as they kept going with these algorithms, you know you get. A dopamine response every time that you refresh that is very similar to. How the human brain reacts the slot machines and you know Holly Slot Machines are hyper addictive and those you know even you know little ladies would have sit there to pump that thing full of quarters and pull that for. Our comments, something's coming in something's coming something's coming and then. The difference between a slot machine and this is that it's all things for you. It's people you know it's you know people you follow things that you like. So no matter. It's like you win every time you know every time you pull the lever, which is you're you're you're swiping down to refresh something is popping up that is designed for you. So it's like you get something out of it even if you don't want to see and that was another thing that they did like this guy went the they ran through the scenario with this kid was you know put his phone away for a challenge for like a several days or a week and They're like, well, we better give him a push notification that his ax is dating someone. Yeah, and he's Like no one can resist that because now it's like your deepest levels and they say that these algorithms you know they say that you know they're they're marketing a human futures, their marketing human behaviors, and the the algorithms will change and grow. And they have a way of tracking like everything that you do everything and it's precise. So they had the like one of the the former lead engineers of twitter saying if you look at a picture on instagram or you look at a picture or tweet or something like that. It is tracking exactly how long you looked at that picture if it's one second. The, maybe you don't get that type of picture. Put to the front of your Algorithm if you look at for seven seconds, you're GonNa get a lot of similar pictures So then if it's like okay so we're GONNA put. These types of pictures up where he's going to scroll because we know he focuses on those four seven seconds, and then we're going to splice in ads for other things that we know you need because his attention is gonna be locked in because he is hyper focused on those things, and the point is just shows nothing is by accident, nothing is by accident and they have information about everything there like they know when you're depressed, they know when you're lonely they on your happy they know when you're around your family, they like they just know. Everything and they're very, very precise. To. The point that there are classes taught at Stanford Mit Harvard in these computer programming classes where it's called tech and psychological changes in vulnerability for humans so This is another like kind of graph that the Guy Tristan from Google. Put out there, and there's like this always when you when people talk about I. They think about. and they think about this apocalyptic future where robots are just murdering humans left and right And he and he said that is when a has taken over humans at their at their strongest like they've just collapse human civilization. He goes. We've already surpassed the point where he knows how to manipulate us at our weakest. So it's like, oh Like all of your you know if you got from, you know like I have a problem where I overeat I would say and I feel like I, get a lot of Barada at I. Get a lot of Barada content on there. It just makes you. Oh Yeah. Big Time and I follow like. You know if I and I ended up falling like different restaurants and food accounts and I feel like that triggers me to buy you know now I'm going to feel like I should go and follow those things because like that is something that they put up there and then all of a sudden on post mates for four that restaurant. or even restaurants I don't necessarily follow pop up and it's like they know what I like to eat. So. They sent me those types of things. So it's like they if you think that they are not paying attention to literally everything that you do. You're wrong. Yeah. So it is it is. It's crazy and then they also said that they can manipulate how forceful it is like they literally have a dial and it's like we want more engagement in Japan, today we want more engagement in southern. California. So they can they will dial the they use the word dial that's their word. We can dial it up to get engage in up and get people more fired up and things like that, and it just becomes like Holy Shit like they know how to feast on your Basic Instincts Time Yeah I do that and we might get to there was the the country who they loaded facebook onto your APP on your phone when you bought Myanmar. Yes. which is crazy. Crazy part of the dock. Yeah. Like And how much are they paying for that facebook paying to do that unbelievable. Yeah. All right. So we're going to stop right there win a lot long chief longest longest ever, very long episode for us So stop right now we'll be back tomorrow we'll see then

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Angelo Sisco - The 4 Pillars Of A Bulletproof Business Mindset

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

1:12:13 hr | 1 year ago

Angelo Sisco - The 4 Pillars Of A Bulletproof Business Mindset

"Keun punch bong bong butch boom. What's up everybody. You're listening to the flow chart podcast boy wolf and joe fear gig wards up everyone we're back. Welcome back to the hustle and flow chart podcast. I'm matt wolf. I'm here with joe fear and the usual and eh the usual. I'm here with my usual co-hosts. Yeah no coast good luck with bro. Put you in a headlock. Can you know ponturo something. Dude watch the aggression just kidding too soon. It has happened longo getting no. That's actually very relevant joke to the conversation. We're having today. We're talking to angelo cisco you. How do you know angelo. I know angelo v the <hes> my good buddy ryan teeny who your personal trainer coach correct yes so they are buddies and ryan works with angelo and yeah that's how that that's happened so and is just an amazing dude and a storyteller as you'll find out from this podcast and it's a very colorful story ori which is amazing because you could see kind of this whole trajectory and i'm sure a lot of people can relate to the story at least at different points <hes> and then at towards towards the end of this thing. We really break down this new mission. This focused a just being like this character that angelo's turned into and or whereas i guess i won't even say turned into a transition you always was but he just had to kind of discover himself yeah and he walks us through so many different ways that you can do the same. If you feel like you're kind of held back with something in your life. Yeah i mean i would say this episode sort of broken into two parts. The first part is angelo story of how he got got his first gyms off the ground which frigging blew me away his stories and how he did it and just sort of the bootstrapped off the wall out of the box thinking thinking he did to like get it off actually is pretty relevant but haven't even paying off cops. Let's i know i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna like he even even did some crazy things. He didn't break any rules or anything but or maybe he didn't. He just didn't know you'll you'll hear stories so that's one is kind of getting this story of how he grew these gyms and built all this success there and then part two we actually talk about the sort of like a mental barriers physical barriers and spiritual ritual emotional barriers that people have to getting going in business and then we break down some actual practices each of those sort of four pillars that you can implement in your life to be more physically strong mentally strong spiritually strong emotionally strong it pretty cool stuff. I also know that i'm able to see the screen i said yup. Thank me did angela for that beautiful website of his it is very beautiful. Yeah so angelo is going to take you on a journey and it's gonna to be fun so he is the man at alpha hippie. 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Let's let's go over to mr angelo cisco angelo welcome to the show also happy to be here guys. Thank you for having me man. You're very welcome and yeah. You've been waiting for for a while. We booked this sucker a long time ago. Yeah so thanks for being patient. Get protecting your time and having things set up at the right time it just timing in general just matter so much. <hes> you know the difference between getting things done well and just getting him down. Dude that is so it's so true and that's some i know i've struggled recold without a long time for a long time is protecting my own time and yeah the sexy like create a little bit of white space and get a little systematic with stuff. You're like oh. I can breathe breath like a deep breath. Not this chest breath that makes me anxious and shit. I mean as as we record this. I actually just got back from a three day vacation in palm springs and that was the first time that i've pretty much been completely checked out of the business for more than a day at a time and probably four years. You gotta do that more often than and so like you we met you. I met you. I yeah through good buddy mr bush and teeny ryan out of a he's you now. He's been training me still to this day with started with cross fit and now it's more individual design stuff. I feel like i'm the best the best on the most fit right now and i feel mentally to and this is where your influence i feel like comes over into ryan just to kind of give a quick like backstory about how we know each other. It's just really cool to have you here to go deep dive because i know ryan for instance. He's just lied and is the man if you no bullshit and cut straight to the chase in like just get down to business but in a good helpful way he relies on you so <hes> <hes> yeah man. Let's get into your baxter because it's interesting in a work curious because there's a lot of stuff. We don't even know sure let's go for it bro so so i know yet a tragic accident kind of kicked everything off for you yet. You know what i would honestly say probably even went farther back from there but <hes> so i grew up <hes> i grew up in a very small italian-american. A suburb called narrows park a suburb of chicago and when i was when i was five years old my father went to prison from when i was five until i was sixteen and so i my mother who never really worked at the time i've the older sister and my mother. My dad went to prison in. She had to go to work. My mother's mother my grandmother she moved into the house and she basically took care of my sister and i want all my mother went to work and that was the majority of my youth so my dad went to prison when i was when i was starting kindergarten and he came home at night i had an i had my license and so crazy. It's crazy to say that out loud like that especially you guys. I think about the that gap right and i know it was a very very different childhood. I don't i don't necessarily believe it. Was that difficult now that i really had a lot of great things but it was just different we would go visit him round round of prisons around the country once or twice a year if we were lucky too because finances and my father was very big strong aggressive guy. It was very now that i realize it more. He was very pissed off that he was in prison and that his family had kinda just be out there without them and really you know when people go to prison listen. It's it's more vacation to being on the outside because you have a certain restricted life like this is it you have no other options now his family that he was supposed to provide for care for wasn't there and my father you know he's an amazing man on many levels but he doesn't have the didn't have the tools to really help me understand that he just i really miss me. He just gave me shit all the time for not being a big enough man and all those kind of things so i grew up really wanting to be this big successful man because that's what my father really wanted me to be and and just like before we got on. We were talking about entrepreneurship. My dad thinks it's the worst thing in the world for you to have a job <unk>. Wow so that was like a catalyst for it sounds like from day one totally. My dad thinks my dad would rather be the guy with the hotdog cart on the corner than the v._p. Of some company and be told when he has to do anything my dad thinks that that's the like to most unnatural thing you could do pro yeah. I agree yeah and so that's like. That's always been there like my dad calls people that have jobs john. This is so funny. I give johnny lunchboxes worst it really johnny lunch lunchbox and so like i've always had ways of hustling in making money and mowing lawns and like all all these different these different things. This has been a really big big part of my life. I just didn't really know what direction i wanted to go and then that took look into my teens and i was i had i was a i worked as a clerk at the mercantile exchange. I even traded there for a little bit with like commodities futures and things like that got into my youth. I thought that was gonna be my future and now that takes me. When i was twenty i was in. I was in a motorcycle accident. I was hit by a landscaping truck on off my motorcycle and <hes> i have ten screws and a plate my left foot in all new skin on that lower limb and i was in the hospital for two months and we had for five months. I was in the hospital for like thanksgiving christmas all that stuff twenty first birthday like it was the worst end so i during that time as well when i was in the hospital aw i really thought my future was gonna be. I was going to be a trader at the mercantile exchange. That was going to be my life so i was going to college. At the time paul university and before i got an accident i really wasn't into it but give me give me a semester and a half off of school on definitely and so i really ruled that out and i thought i was going to go back and i was going to start trading and that was my time and i wound up going. They're losing money and not having a great experience there at all and the environment just wasn't really great for me ought to be down there in that type of life so i really didn't have much going on in my mid twenties and i. I just started oh to gain weight. I wasn't working out. I wasn't taking care of myself. I was walking with this outrageous limp. I just wasn't really feeling good about my future. I didn't really have a great identity and during this time also my terrance my parents got divorced and what was really crazy for me it even in my twenties is i had such a a an identity wrapped around the family that my my father went to prison for eleven years and my parents stayed together. That made us successful amid a successful family realizing. I didn't have the understanding that man could did you do i mean i couldn't imagine being separated from my wife or two months. We kind of people would i'm surprised sane yeah my mother. My mother got the guys is zookeeper. My dad filed for divorce. My mother would leave you if you beat or half to death is an amazing. I've got a she's a troop anyways so she she got a divorce and now i have no no school i losing. I lost money trading. I'm not happy at my parents getting divorced and this is kinda puts me in like a real oh shit time in my life around twenty four twenty five and that i was gaining weight. I <hes> started another business. Though in my twenties that was that was successful a friend of mine his his father started a pizza place and what we did one night we were broke and but there was pizza slices left over and they were about to close we threw them in the catering truck drove downtown in the city and sold them outside drunks at the bar. If you're if you're in a the twenty something you got no money but you actually want to hang out like you're actually out drinking a good way you to do it. Just sell the junk. Food is brilliant dude and i love it that you're you brought up two different things about chicago pizza. Now you said hot dog stand. You're so chicago. I love it. I mean they're very no big characteristic or bic parts of somebody who's going to work the cubbies into the story right. It's coming. It's coming up something go south pizza. My friend and we're like wait a second. We go out. We don't have to spend any money. We get to actually hang out with with people and we get to do this and i was like we should do this. All the time and fast forward a few months later i had two stops in the city on one of them was was <hes> at a place called bonvie which was the bar that <hes> brian urlacher a very famous football player own <hes> and his brother and so they they gave evening spot and i like would feed the valet people in the police department so they will let me park illegally and i would just sell pizza in my head employees to that would sell pizza in another place in another area so we wound up having to trucks and we had employees in iowa just basically manage it and people would just leave me envelopes in my my glove compartment unlock the door and that's how i would make sure the money was there the next day and i did that for a while but i was still overweight i was so i i wasn't super happy but at least we took care of not being broke because that's that's i mean <unk> fatter broke. I don't know they're both they're both suck no yeah yeah i mean what what is more and i know you have more to the story so i don't want to stop the flow but yeah there's like the whole like you can have what the healthy wealthy and dan happy and it's like figuring out what is the order in money only solves really money problems so it sounded like that's exactly what you're attacking the health was going with all the pizza slices yeah just totally wasn't taking care of myself didn't really do it. Just i don't mind if we take a curve ball. I like rabbit holes. I still i still think the money <hes> not because i'm brady. I think the money helps because the money is your access to education to figure out how to be happy to figure out how to lose weight because i think people that are in positions they don't wanna be. It's not because they they wanna be in those positions per se it's because they don't have the education shen in the awareness to get out of those situations <hes> i could see that for sure that money is that access to exchange to educate yourself and do join a gym or get some training if you need that gotcha cool yeah and so so we had the pizza slices and then that right around that time that was a two thousand and seven two thousand eight. There was that movie three hundred that came out. Do you guys remember that movie movie all right and so that was like that was the first movie were you saw. Fifty people just shredded shit persians right 'cause i was like aw damn how did all these people get to look look like this because usually in those movies there's one guy he got there because they locked him up in a cage for three months before the film right no. It's i started going. How do you get this many people that are all different fit and i started looking up <hes> the movie and i came to find out that they trained at a gym called jim jones which in utah which is still there and a very famous for training the movie three hundred other movies like superman getting people really fit but also athletic athletic looking and being able to move and be agile and perform certain things and i just started doing a lot of research about them and i was still very overweight at this time but i knew that like i was kinda dishonest something and <hes> and then i found out jim jones's this thing called cross. It has okay. What's this thing called cross this bill though the the blog days where you know you just had people like craigslist you know what i mean the arab friends but it was a big deal you know and then so january fifth two thousand nine i i did <hes>. I recorded a fitness test in i did that was the first official day that i started doing cross it. There wasn't any cross the gyms around here at the time so i just did it on my own but i had so much freedom because the business was basically running itself wednesday through sunday night so i got to work out all day learn about nutrition right my own stuff. Go practice practice it 'cause i had i had so much time. He had a in so what wound up happening is. I lost ninety five pounds in in seven months. I am in <hes> <hes> and it was amazing and i was like oh my god this is so great and so i had a whole new lease on life and people were for asking me to to work out with me because all of these people in my neighborhood saw me running around and doing all in doing all this crazy training dragging weird things on the street and lifting off walks off the road to figure stuff out because it wasn't like this is pre rogue yeah this was back when like they put a workout of the day up on site and everybody just kind of went to the site to see what the workout was kind of thing yeah and you can't and you try to you tried to make whatever you had to do like i would go do workouts at certain parks works because they had good pull up bars. It was all over the place like you know what i mean. Yes scrappy yeah and that's just how we had to do it and <hes>. I started training people for three in house like yeah. This is so much fun. Why don't i can i make a career out of this and this is the funny part of the story so i go okay and <hes> what i was really overweight. One of my like you know how like when people are overweight have like a fat guy goal like a fact. I wants to go to the beach with six pack like all that kind of anger okay and i had like a i mean i think there's multiple ones but one of my back i go was is right by the by lake michigan. They have the lake front in a beautiful by chicago and i wanted to run along the lakefront with my shirt off. It was like home in fact. I like fat back to the video. I was really hoping you were gonna say. You wanted to go a cubbies game without your shirt on. Never i would never be that guy. I beat myself up so so i started going down there and running and it was great and i and i was thinking about training people and i passed by as the park right by a gym. That's a globo jim. I walked in and i was like listen. I'm a little cisco. I i wanna talk to manager of the personal training and we we sat down and i said hey listen. I have no experience besides this what i've done. I i really want to do this. Though would you hire me and he hired me that day and allow and we went through the training process and it was like my second day actually working there and they wanted me to wear a shirt that i thought that was too to type for me and they wanted me to wear a name tag and they wanted me to like walk up to people like on the sneak while they were like on the treadmill arc up a conversation about oh personal training and i was like after this i'm out of here and it was just like like a big name. Jim like twenty four hour fitness. L e it would add style style jim because i was like i don't know how to be a personal trainer. I know i wanna do this but i don't know how to do this and so i walked out after two today's anti i said the text message on my phone and i was like hey guys i'm. I'm going to be training people out at the the so-and-so civic center melrose was park. I'm offering three sessions offer fifty dollars so it's like sixteen dollars an hour. Which was you know. I was is like listen. If i could get ten people this you know ten people a week to pay me fifty bucks. This would be this week gig and i just i'm already making enough money. This is just for shits deir ez-zor cheadle and and i did it and i got those clients at the end of that first month and then that was in july of two thousand nine and then september it was getting a little bit chilly here in chicago and <hes> so we i rented a racket ball court space for around another year or so and then right around september of the following year. I was kind of getting a little a little unhappy with like i would have to close because it was the holidays or like i couldn't train people because it was like a village all those days and i didn't care about those silly holidays and so i was like you know what i'm gonna. Just go open up. I'm just going to go open up my own gym and so i started looking around and i found this building on craigslist and at the time i only took cash <music> for my training. I didn't pay astro i._r._s. or not listening to anything guys if you if you really want the two thousand dollars there's come get it. Okay all right okay it wasn't it wasn't that much of the time so anyway so we i find this place. I don't i'm i'm only making cash and i have to have to fill out this like lease a lease application and i don't even have a bank account at the time and dan i call it my sister go. Hey listen meet me at the bank and he put my name on your car. Just two days i know who accounts and so she my sister she's gained at the deaths she. Let's me <unk> sign all that put the accounts on there and i find this dungy little place in twenty five hundred square foot spot in an alley that it was an industrial where it's not like nice industrial around here. It's like it's kind of it's it's in it. If i picked i wouldn't pick it today. Just put it that gotcha. The you like your life. It's crazy. It's so funny that this is where this gym is and so i opened up and they called the the realtor calls me. I'm like hi hi. We called the bank to verify your accounts. We see that you don't have enough money in their first and last and i go. I'm on my way. I don't have a check. I have a bag of twenties and i found out my my first and last month's rent on the crusty factory a warehouse florida twenty dollar bills to my landlord and said listen. I just take cash in my business but i'm sure you're cadaver problem with it. We and and i didn't understand anything about business. I didn't know that there was any rules to business. I just opened by jyp. I didn't think you go get a business license. This is how unb business insurance and all that not none of that stuff because my last business. I got by bribing a police department. I give the people can park in the red. Spot frigging pete's yeah. I know i love like the i don't know if ignorance is the right word but like like it's bliss in this case because you're just making shit happen. You don't like my focus. In anything i do in my life is if we have to go to be i wanna get there fast in his first endless as possible this needs to be so i just started opening up about a week later after the music and some people down the block rocketing their their cars blocked because we had more people than we were supposed to they came in put up like the stick around my door that i couldn't open. I had to go to a hearing <hes>. Come to find out i i. I did feel at any of the applications. Go fill out. All these applications do all this stuff and i just stayed open the whole time i would just like the the door yeah and you know it's funny is that's the beginning of oil across it and it was really amazing about it and that's my favorite part about that story is is. I wasn't this like straight edge business guru. I didn't know anything and i was really excited about getting people to be healthy on. This thing that i felt like gave me a new lease on life because i was a hundred pounds lighter and all of a sudden in my brain. I wasn't a loser right onto. How did you share it with. Everybody and i didn't care about any litigation or anything. I just wanted to show people this thing that was crossed because like i said there's this group based fitness spot what <unk> cross i think it was like five miles away wasn't like a thing here at home and that was the very beginning. I know. It's a very long story. I said so much and stuff and that's the thing that's how we got here. This is amazing. Did we love it because i mean when you tell us long stories like that you've you help us find all sorts of stuff that we want to dig in on which is awesome totally early but i i love the fact that you started not started but you you were actually renting out racquetball courts and training in there. I thought like that part of the story was just crazy to me. I would have never thought to do that. If i was trying to start a gym. I wouldn't have thought to go. Hey where's just some spot that i could go rent cheaply and train people in this spot and gone and found like a rec accenture racket ball court to me. That's just that so sort of outside the box thinking just to push it forward. You know it's funny. You say that i had i have ever have a godfather. He recently passed away but when i would i would talk with him. I figured out what i went and saw him in like my twenties about business in he told the story about a man that i started in a real small office and he let the customers put him in a bigger office and then a bigger office and then a bigger office and it just i think sometimes too that's what people get really caught up in his like. You could start a business. You can start training people at the park. You know what i mean. It can really be something as long as you believe it itself and that's just kinda and how it went and so it made it really easy that i didn't. I didn't need a business loan. It would all just funded the next thing that funded the equipment that if under the building you know what i mean it all kinda rolls yeah and now you have two locations. No i currently only have one location so i <hes> in two thousand opened o._c. F two thousand thirteen we expanded next door which is just a little more than double the space and then in two thousand in fifteen one of my members of who was interning to be a coach wanted to open open a gym and we opened it together another location and then in two thousand and eighteen. We decided that it was time to really you know they were for when i really believe if you're a really good mentor when the you know the people are done really looking at you like they're learning from. You like you know what i mean. They have their own ideas. They wanna do it. You should find a way to get out of that relationship. Though i i s them the by me out and and all good terms like that but it was their time it you know you gotta learn. Oh you got a copy to off your mentor and then as soon as you've sucked enough out of your mentor you gotta go do your own thing. You can't be live on the tip forever you. You're nuts. It's tot- getting that confidence built up now you know some systems and principles that you can carry along with you and yeah and have a great relationship with that mentor because i could lead to the next mentor revolution totally and that's my favorite thing and i've really done that with the people that i've really looked up to and i hope people continually do that with me. Yeah yeah yeah yeah and you mentor and we'll get into alpha hippy because that's that's a big thing you know. It's a big topic of the whole anxiety stuff with with en- depression but before that i wanna have you always had like a chip on your shoulder as a kid. Did you have something to prove to the world or your dad or your mom. Is that what ah was that a big driver for you yeah. That's a really great question so man. This is a really fun story but here we go so my father grew up in a family family where his father worked two jobs barely spoke to him and a mother that basically blamed him for everything that was wrong in the house and into the point where when he was fourteen years old she forged the work permit for him that he said he was sixteen just so he could take his check it so my father grew up in this household also very overweight so my a father would get teased by kids <hes> from being overweight and then he would come homing something always wrong for him so he grew up very in his own in very quiet quiet and like that and what will you know he also hit puberty and turn into a bigger man he was six. One and hughes is always a bigger a bigger man. My dad's got hands like first basements yeah yeah it is huge in he and he found out through trial and error one day that if someone picks on you and you fight them they stopped picking on you and so my father you know my father's tool of choices aggression russian and because that was the one thing that gave him power when he felt like he did have power from people bullying him he didn't have confidence wants to just you know that's not me or he didn't have anyone at home to support him so the only thing that he ever figured out was well if i if i punch you in the face things are going to be really different yeah and i was four years old. We were we were in a my father used to have a house in lake geneva. The lake geneva is basically like the hamptons to chicago like new york like that sort of idea and we would go there to the fontana lake and we go on the boat and lake geneva all this stuff and if at the time and it was raining instead of just being at our house my dad with a hotel room at a hotel called the abbey and then we could just go swimming in there it was crappy outside right and one time my dad took me to swimming and when i was swimming my father saw a couple of kids teasing me and picking on me and i was a little kid and i didn't think much of of it and i just kinda like oh and my father was really upset by that and not knowing that i was just reliving a moment of his trauma picked me up out of the pool and when he saw the kids leave the pool and we follow the kids into like a locker room changing area of this hotel pool and by father it made me fight all the kids wow and i beat up three kids because my daddy told me to and <hes> that was a very proud day for my father and i got outrageously praised for this and so as a four-year-old you make your daddy happy. He brags everybody how proud he is. You're gonna go do that chip and so. I grew up <hes> same way i i got. I got suspended. I think almost every year from case through again. I think it suspended probably <unk> kindergarten second grade probably one year in high school. I didn't get suspended for all the rest of the years i was. I would fight people. I would fight with the teachers. I throw things at teachers. This was just my i was just ultra aggressive and i am and what i knew to be and <hes> you know it is people may hear that all harvey and everything like that but guess what guys i got a big balls at the same token like you know what i mean like guy. I created my whole life out of just a figment of my imagination to this thing that gave me freedom so as much as that lesson. Maybe a hardship you just gotta look at. I didn't say okay <unk>. Where's the real lesson and how can i apply this for betterment of me and my family and guess what guys when i when my heart is called to do something and i feel excited about something thing i make. I have four businesses now and off the hippies of business. It was just a hobby. That was a i was playing with. You know what i mean. It's it's it's sparked this ability to constantly be not afraid to create as well so that's i wouldn't be without that but for the goodness of it too yeah and what was the shift like. When did you actually realize oh shit. I should not be approaching it in this manner because now you have this alpha hippies so it's like you've got hippie in the name. You're not beating people up anymore more. I don't think you're a no i would say alpha hippie kinda really <unk> spawned in a row two thousand four by two thousand fifteen ish i would say say in the cross fit space <hes> no longer just being a first adopter was enough to make your business grow right and so you know i mean guys i started started. I started <unk> november two thousand and ten and i was foolish enough to believe besides the popularity across it increasing net it was neat to hit okay and and in why not guys you got to understand like i grew up like we were barely making like crying because i wish my mother bobby jordan's and like one year we grew two hundred seventy only five percent. I thought it was fucking rockefeller. I thought it was the coolest thing ever you know and then what wind up happening is <hes>. I wound up being very lucky and maybe this goes back to our original original. Thing is i had enough money then that we were growing the business and i had a team but we weren't growing at the rate that we were and and i started being the really big victim blaming me my employees blaming the clients. It was a whole like just complete victim mentality and i. I stumbled on this thing. One day called the <unk> emotional intelligence two point. Oh and i was like okay and i got this and then i started digging a little bit more on this emotional intelligence thing in one day. I just all hit me where i was like. Okay wait a second if my business socks. This is a direct reflection of me if i fixed me. The business gets fixed. This is all this really equation really needs to be <hes> and i felt the most been powered i've ever been in my entire life. Wow and i was like okay so now i have no ego about going to get the answers and paying for the answers and asking asking people for help i just didn't know where to apply it and <hes> and that's i then i went really big into joining masterminds and self development development in meeting people that were making more money than me than better than me but i was just fortunate enough that the business was at a place where it could fund me to go to a retreat in california for the weekend to like. I was so fortunate that i was able to have that that bump of prostate because then as soon as i realized that i was the limiter that's that's what really created f._a._f._b. Everything that i've been doing and knee helping other people you know i thought for many years at new order to win. I had to burn you down with with aggression and force and just push push push go totally. I used to joke but if someone opened a gym near me that i would burn time. People didn't think i was was joking. I am partially maybe i was like it was that kind of mentality you know and uh if you wanna be a winner then there has to be losers kind of thing totally like at this close minded on lacking abundance mindset and then i just went really deep into learning all this stuff and really looking at the end really saying why do who i do this and more importantly. Where did this behavior comes from right. Because what we're doing as adults came from somewhere yeah dialing yeah and so that's that's really like. Let me all this stuff but there was a a really rough time bill. I tell people all the time like because of of how anxious i was and how aggressive i was in. How i all i wanted to do was win so bad. I really didn't enjoy the building of of the gym i really did. I wouldn't i was the guy that didn't celebrate anniversaries because i thought that that was that was bad luck. That was gonna curse you and stuff like that tonight'd. I didn't take days off and i didn't enjoy things. I know that some people might hear this and say yeah. You gotta spend a little bit of a period of time hustling and doing that. I agree. Let's work hard. Are we have to put in a lot of hours but the monash stress you have to put on yourself during those hours is really a choice <hes> yeah. That's the biggest thing is it's we always have a choice voice and and it's not until you understand. Oh wasn't when's the next best time to actually make this flipper. This change that you kind of long for you see some other people doing right now and then the next time is right now. It's like just do the damn thing you know. I'm curious. What's your view on on competition now. If when when new gyms pop up or other gyms are maybe getting more successful than your jim. What how what's your approach. What's your mindset on <music>. I'm back kind of thing these days you want to know something i <hes> i very rarely even pay attention to <hes> <hes> something like that like a negative manner like if somebody else opens up and they're they're just really at the end of it. They're gonna make me have to be better anyways anyways and i think i would use to look at them as that is a nuisance instead of a chance a chance for growth and i think that's like anything if there's another more competition or if someone i'm one of a good client leaves or one of your employees sucks. It's just a real chance for you to grow and you wouldn't grow if something was if if it wasn't quote unquote bad or having a negative feeling to it you know what i mean. It's just it's how you really grow because we're just meant to be just comfortable. We're we're fighting for this idea of of homeo- stasis just neutral. That's what we dying for. That's true and one of the be. That's kind of a freedom feeling. I i mean that is freedom. You know to get to this point where you don't have things nine at you and and yeah it's just this kind of a little bit of white space. Yeah i mean i'd almost argue that like once you find that homeostasis and you kind of find that balance where like oh cool. My finances are finally where i want them to be. My health is where i wanted to be. Everything's running smoothly. I feel like that's when you start to feel like the business is monotonous and you start to get bored with. It and i don't think you realize how important important the ebb and flow is until you're in that point of homeo- stasis and you realize oh shit. This isn't necessarily what i want either. No that is that's true. It's like you kinda. Gotta put yourself in the position to be ready for the turbulence at all because it's there he's gotta be. You've got to find out where it is and it's not there in a bad way but it's just there to wake. Do you up right yeah. So where do you find yourself now. Possibly struggling or slipping up since this big change you've had in your in your whole mindset there are there are there triggers that pop up and then in addition to this like what are some common triggers. You see other folks that you mentor that pop for them. Yes <hes> i know. This is cliche. 'cause i. When people say this kind of make a face but you know we're all just kind of a work in progress. You know we're really figure things out and uh uh for me now more than ever. It's really understanding a my wife is six months pregnant. I'm gonna have my first child. September ninth and earn congrats congratulations. Thank you so much and <hes> you know my wife and i have done a lot of work separate. We've done a lot of work together but but when we found out we were pregnant we went through all this thing a lot of things that i feel have just gotten <unk> height of much. It's more hype than my interactions with people in everything even remembering childhood childhood memories. They're not necessarily trauma but just remembering things for my childhood or where where things came from. I've had this this crazy more awareness of of where things are really coming from instead of just letting them just play out and i've really just started looking at every relationship that i have whether that be on with people that are that go to my gym people that work for me or work with my other companies or anything like that and i'm trying to see how i could make the relationship as best as it possibly could be to bring the best out of that person and that's that has been my biggest focus in what really happens. Though too is is for you to bring the best out of someone you see your shit so much more bright because all the things that i quote unquote get bothered or by triggered by other people are literally just reflections of me right. It's a comparison thing so in your head head at least is the case for me is yeah. It's it you see something like and you're always judging yourself. You like oh shit but there's this thing. I really wanna work on that. I'm not the best of yet yet so then you can go into the cycle of either beating yourself up or trying to be constructive and figuring it out yeah absolutely because you know what it is to. I am sure you guys see this. All the work that you've done that. You do is how you communicate what you're saying in your body language and everything about communication. Is this amazingly tough thing to do really well. It's really hard to get people to truly truly empathize and understand with you. I don't okay what anybody says. It takes a lot right because most people's conflicts. I'm willing to bet is because one side couldn't understand what the other side wanted did and for some reason there was a breakdown getting them to understand it miscommunication yeah yeah and so for me. That's what i've been really focusing on is how you know how you know. How am i a approaching certain people. How am i talking to certain people. What is what is my behavior. What is my body language. No even working on affirmations how i see or certain see certain people you you know really just trying to dial in that and making sure that i i really believe i'm a i'm a teacher that just helps people be the best version version of themselves and you know more than a businessman. That's there i am that's my art and in order for me to bring the best out of people i have to see them at their the very best and that nat that my friends is one of the most challenging and most rewarding parts of my gay because it's a it's a russell with thirty thirty five years of built up programming plus. You know new fresh lenses that i'm trying to keep up this good okay. This is a good shit well. I'm gonna say really quick. I can completely relate to you at the whole baby coming thing because that's a written down. I was like oh baby coming. I'm going to bring this up to end because i my wife's pregnant as well so i've noticed that my you said the awareness is all heightened. Everything is just like you start kind of becoming a little bit more aware of your actions actions. Your time spent how you interact with people i know for myself. I've i've noticed times. If i get stressed it'll be a little bit shorter with folks even my wife and i'm aware of it and we have a good relationship where she will call me out in a constructive way. Hey you're a little short right. Now going to walk going to drive whatever you gotta do and and yeah. It's like this interesting deadline at least in my head. It's like okay. I only got a few more months. I really got to figure out or i gotta system. Is this part of my life so it's an interesting deadline. That's like a self imposed. Here's here's an interesting question. Since both of you guys are parents to be. I actually i have two kids before and a six year old and you guys both have kids on the way <hes> what are your thoughts on this subject. You know so a lot of the most successful the people that i've read about you hear about you know even us included in this conversation. There's been a lot of hardship. That's led us to where we are now. There's a lot of a a lot of shit that we had to deal with along the way a lot of pain a lot of stuff. You know that that broke along the way. Do you think it's important for your your kids to experience hardship in order to gain some of those same sort of things that that instilled in you or are you guys going to try. Try to be very very protective and try to keep them away from ever having to experience hardship and you have i yeah this is a great question. There's a really really great. Coach is named paul check on. He's got a really great podcast heat. Paul check i would venture to say is one of the first true holistic coaches that there was he was talking about being holistic before listrik was a thick yeah the nineties and he's got a he's got a really great podcasts in right now as far as coaches. He's he's the person that <hes> in this evolution of strength and conditioning and coaching. He's probably one of the biggest people that are really looked to now and i forgot who he said quoted this but uh in order for you to reach heaven you have to have your roots in hell and what i really hope for for me. The as a parent is not to alleviate my child from hard times is to give them the tools that they don't have to suffer longer than they have to <hes> uh-huh and that's that's my goal as a parent if my kid so for me my awakening was thirty if my kids figure this out at twenty nine goddamn and fucking one then let let them know hardships around the way but here's the tools to handle them better than i did when i was in your situation correct. That's my goldman. I think i i think me trying to protect them from it is a farce yeah yeah and that's where the protecting thing. I don't ever see myself making like okay. I need to shield them but i like the like you said tools. I've been thinking of principles like life principles business principles. There's a lot of good books podcasts that as education you know when they're old enough to start understanding of these concepts my my idea in plan is to kind of coach them and then start because we mentioned the whole programming thing when when you're so young having i've we've had foster kids in our house. We've had seven of them and that is like the most formidable time in their lives when they're like under five years old four years old and that instilling good principles but very good work ethic and just being clear with you know your actions and being true true to yourself and your family huge because i know i didn't really have the best of that growing up and your stories interesting and you know you've had your own thing and yeah programming man. Let's talk about that really quick. You're big on that with alpha hippy and also gives us a little a overview of alpha hippies just forever. Let's start there. Can you kinda give us the quick rundown of what alpha hippie is and why you decided to start that yeah all right so i came back from a big retreat ceiling amazing telling a bunch of people that i grew up with about you know my you know mindfulness and all this stuff and they made a joke about it and i said you know the problem with this conversation as you guys understand this stuff 'cause you're not announced lippi. I don't even know why i'm talking to you and and i was like man i want to wear a shirt that says alpha with a hippie what a cool idea and so i look online and there's nothing really there that i really was inspired to to wear like well. I guess i gotta make a a logo. That says is alpha. Because how am i gonna get shirt. So i created the logo it had it trademarked in instead of only making one shirt i printed out like a hundred shares and i was like i'm gonna pass these out to people that are really like because i think it's a really cool idea and so i got a bunch of shirts and i would just send them to my friends and they would send me the pictures them wearing the shirt or defining what else hippie is in i would posted on instagram and i went to this huge. <hes> festival called vision fest in costa rica and i brought a big duffel bag of shirts pass them out to everybody left him there and <hes> it was just kind of like a fun little movement like china saying i and i was like well. You know what else would really help. Get this message out and what's something that would also give me a lot of energy and guys. I really love long-form conversations conversations. I love doing this like when people are like oh. How can you do three podcasts four packets a day. I'm like up a coffee bathroom breaks and we're good but actually what we we do bro. You know and i love this. I love connecting with people and this was because i really started thinking about what do i love most about like masterminds and <unk> an seminars and it's not necessarily those teaching points talking points. It's i find one guy that me and him have vibe on something and we wind up at the bardo three a._m. Talking about it and those conversations are the ones that have really changed my trajectory as a man for the better and i was like well. How can i do this more often and more intentionally the and so i started the outfit by so it's been a little over a year now with the podcast and it's been amazing and then right around last year <hes> <hes> i was in a really creative rut. I really didn't know <hes>. I knew i wanted to make something but i wasn't sure what i wanted to make and i just kept brainstorming different ideas and i started journaling <hes> about things that frustrate me because to me <hes> if you wanna create something you create something to solve your problems in so i one of the things that really frustrates me is when men aren't living very intentional lives and taking responsibility for for just being met yeah <hes> <hes> my old way to deal with this was just a bully other men and that works for me for about three minutes but that really didn't inspire much behavioral change our i feel i was fulfilled for about thirty seconds adrenaline. You get a load of chemicals guys. It is addicting it really is a of a and and so we i was like man what if i wrote out everything that i i have done to get to this point insured ensured with other men and i had this big revelation one day when after i would if i created a course and all this stuff and i started thinking about life and i told one of my friends i said you you know something like this the business of yourself if you don't have straight of you don't have a clear mission and core values as a business like that's the first thing you do in a business because you need need to know what you stand for and you need to know what your would you don't stand for and i was like how many men have this. My buddy was like. I don't think any i'm like well. No wonder we're running around around. Were either living an undefined life or an annot reliving the life that someone else told us to this either way you're you're screwed yeah and and so that was the base of course and then i started thinking about what what what's really important while when i'm not taking care of myself physically mentally emotionally spiritually. I don't care what kind of values i have. I'm not going to hold up to them right like we weren't a bad place. We're just not going to live up to those values so the game is at acting like we're not gonna get these these pitfalls but the game is what habits have practices do i need physically mentally emotionally and spiritually the put me in the best position to live up to those those values because when i'm living up to those values i'm being the person that i was meant to be and so i created a course i wrote out a ten week curriculum and created a course and ryan who's my my dear friend and one of my clients he actually joined the beta group in so that seven other men and it was last september and i took them through an amazing group. You and i did another group january this time with twelve people and took them through the curriculum. We i was going to do another one in the spring but i realized that i did not want to be running a group out with the chance that my wife to go into labor. I really wanna. I don't wanna do i have to get i mean i would pleasure league it up but i wouldn't want to have to do that to somebody. That was really committed to something so i'm postponing into laughter after the baby comes. I really wanna be there for that but i you know l. Fifty masculine magistrates private little facebook group. I leave everybody in there. I post things all the time. I i re- talk about certain points and i just want to develop the culture of men that that want to want other men to stand up for their greatness and they're not afraid that sometimes at someone's gonna slap if you across the face to help you see it like you know what i mean like. People are afraid to get called out on their stuff and you don't get better unless someone's calling you out on your stuff unfortunately because if you could see it you would have already fixed it yeah. This reminds me of yeah. No this reminds me of a it was actually had a conversation with the ryan yesterday him and i were we took like a little hike <hes> in the afternoon and he sees said straight up. I call our are inge because i need someone beasley. Get me out of my own shit like if i need someone to hold me accountable essentially what he what he said there you know with the stuff that that he's working on and no better guy than you you and his eyes and it sounds like that's exactly what the courses doing on a larger scale you know at that small group there it is. I really believe that being in this is no way that i'm <hes> against a women and i just but i believe that there's a certain responsibility that happens is when you decide that you're going to be a man and i think i want help. Other men realized that we have women have an incredible role but so do we we matter and and how we act really affects a lot of people. I think what a lot of men don't realize for a lot of men are for a lot of people so how you interact in the world has more to do with your father than usual your mother because your father is your first relationship in your life so oh how you relate to people your first relationship. I'll say it again is your father and how you relate to people is directly correlated to that relationship because that is how you learn learn how to relate to people. You believe that you're a part of your mother. You come from your mother. There's no separation there and and i think men don't realize that that we you just by how we walk and talk and the energy that we have in our facial expressions. It affects people in a very big way and if you're not doing it intentionally. You're doing us all a disservice. I love that i'm wondering i know we're kind of getting towards the end of our time here but i'm wondering if maybe we could talk about some some like like practical tips practical strategies you know some of the habits and practices that that you might touch on with some of your clients for sure so for me <hes> getting a physical practice so that means <hes> some form of working out on some form of of taking care of nutrition. I'm not saying to be on a certain diet but that physical the nutrition the exercise on the breath work and this is kind of you know this gets a little taboo booth for some people at first in the course but part of the hippie masculine mastery courses you have to take some form of a self defense course ooh interesting i like that and i and <hes> and at first some people had to push back on it and i said well let me ask you a question. What do you think you're here for and men are here to love protected. Teach a. I love protecting teach. That's what you're supposed to do and if someone if your wife is walking and you're walking with your child and someone pumps out and grabs your wife you don't turn into jason born an accident. I haven't seen me but yeah and so that's that's part right. Of course i and the reason i i really hard on the physical because one of the biggest things to getting good at mastery is repetition okay and what fitness provides is the most safest feedback loop to help build resilience resilience and discipline which builds that idea of repetition because you need to be resilient discipline to go to the gym every day. I couldn't agree more than than i can possibly count numbers high like it's it's a just working in my garage and getting programming given to me by ryan shaped everything to my life to be a lot more structured regimented absolutely no absolutely and my other favorite part about fitness is this is fitness and exercise is probably one of the only places that you could fail and and it doesn't really hurt goes against you so if i wanted to run a mile in eight minutes and i went in. I ran the mile in ten minutes. I could just come back tomorrow and try to run the mile again. Take my whole self worth doesn't go away. I don't you know doesn't really affect that many people but what really teaches you to do is to be resilient in how to come back and do that and and you need to discipline the show consistently and so for me if you could get those two things down from the physical everything else you have to do and change in your life comes from your ability to be disciplined and have results but you have a preferred martial arts that you steer people to i do 'cause i'd love jujitsu new. You're gonna say that we talked to so many so many interviews that we have on the show are obsessed with jujitsu. It's definitely a common thread among really really successful entrepreneurs that jujitsu is as a part of their life. If it's i just got back from the before we got on this podcast. Here's the deal about. Jiu jitsu is everyone has to practice to get good at jujitsu you too. You're just not good at you. Jitsu right and what you do is is rustling but mentioned that wrestling checkers jujitsu chess got it. Wow oh okay and and and for me. The reason i love ju jitsu is because it's his endless place for me to be a beginner but i will tell you guys the truth what i really appreciate. The most about jiu jitsu is is what i think. Most people appreciate it appreciate about surfing. It just gets you in the rhythm of life. It gets you in rhythm with things you can't like just bowl rush in jujitsu and think that you're going to be good. I have to feel your pressure. You have to feel my pressure. I have to feel like i have to move in rhythm in unison with all this thing it's almost like when you watch people dancer irving like being part of that and it really creates this place where you feel really connected and <hes> and i and i really really love it. It's it's i. I do a two to three days a week. I really really enjoyed. I recommend that everyone should should give it a try specifically to females <hes> n._j._i._t. Teaches you how to not be powerless on your back where for most people not just females males included even in myself being on your back and having someone on top of you smashing their their shoulder into your face just doesn't you don't you don't you really have to get trained out of your flight or fight response to really be able to to handle yourself and i think it's important because the reality of the situation is is that position can be a reality for you and i would rather know how to get out of it than get there and not know what i'm doing. Yeah i mean i'll be i'll be totally honest martial arts. I actually took taekwondo when i was a kid but this was like really young like maybe ten years old <music> but martial arts as an adult has always sort of intimidated me. I've always thought i don't know if i want to go to a place to get beat up. Get your face man. I don't wanna get my face smashed in and you know so. I've always been sort of intimidated by going to any sort of martial arts because in my mind it's like all right cool. I'm going to go in and i'm just going to start sparring with people and get my ass kicked from day one so talk us into into 'cause i'm. I'm kind of in that same boat but i'm visualizing how that's very constructive and i have so many damn friends. How do you get us out of our office in into food to jim. You wanna know what you guys do what i did. You ready yeah. Is you did private sessions for three months with somebody. That was much higher belt than you. That went really really slow with you and broke it all down from you. Insurance gonna cost you a little bit more money with them. When you go to class you're going to feel really comfortable. You're gonna know when someone is a good partner or a a bad partner all that stuff. That's what i did because i didn't want to go there and have some white belt all aggressive and get me hurt in. I got i got a fan. I don't don't wanna be hurt but i also wanna learn to appreciate the arts so if anyone's apprehensive about that i understand it and how you may just be apprehensive because someone's going to choke. You and i get it but like doing it with someone that is educated. That is a far bigger belt than you. That is going to teach you but not be bullied. You has been the greatest thing to get me deeper into jitsu issue so that's what i read perfect. I love that now. The few names a few people i can think of right now to go approach. Will you could go share a private one. We definitely yeah yeah all right so we got the four pillars and and run a little tight on time so we talked about like physical mastery of hippie so you have the mental game in seattle and emotional right right for sure so for the mental game the made the major thing i recommend for for all men to do is start journaling mob <hes> i really believe that men has have lost touch with their intuition and i think that's one of the most hallmark amazing parts of being a great man is having an intuition that you have russell with long enough that you actually trust it yeah and i can. I can speak into that too. I journal a lot. I do fall in and out of the habit. I'll journal every single day for like three months straight and then i'll go a week or two without and then i'll kind of feel my head getting all weird and go back to it but one thing i do notice about journaling is that you find that you already have the solutions to a lot of your problems and i've fleshed out through journaling is a lot of times when i don't know the next step. I don't know the next path. I'm sitting here going. Oh shit. I have no clue where to go from here in our business and our relationships and whatever and throughout the course of journaling i find of it just by putting my my pen to paper. All of a sudden answers start to flow out of me agreed. You know what it is. It's just like this. If i came on here and told you about my problems you guys would be able to tell me twenty seconds because your objective to and journaling allows you to become objective with your mind yes unloving so huge big on meditation and stuff like that sure just discovered this new thing about meditation. You guys wanna hear this who i love it yeah i. I was watching one of the joe rogan podcast and there was a guy. His name is an avowal something. Please forgive me. I earning out so much i really enjoyed enjoyed his podcast and this guy really talked about meditation and he went back and forth with joe about it and i was like man. This is a great thing so one of the things that people tell you about meditation is that sometimes you're supposed to count breast rest. You're supposed to say a mantra supposed to all these things. What's the difference between me saying a mantra meditating me looking at social media is just it's all a distraction attraction. Just leaving a good or bad rent so what i've been doing is i just sit there and my brain goes every different direction that i can think of love and then i try to make sense and really understand why my thoughts are these thoughts and my goal is to make make myself at enough piece where there are moments comments without any thoughts where i just still and so that's what i've been really working on lately and at first it's a little bit tougher but after three or four days that egner chatter just goes down a couple decibels that you it's not even that loud throughout the day yeah i remember that specifically from the podcast because joe rogan is talking about counting owning the breath or just following his breath and it was like no just just let it be let those thoughts come up. That's the stuff you gotta kinda work through and maybe that's another journaling imprompt that can go to right down work through it just starts to silence a little more the deeper you go i think i think that's a lot of people's biggest problems with meditation. Asian is they sort of beat themselves up about not doing it right. You know people are sitting there and i can't. I can't make my brain completely shut up. I can't i can't have a completely still mind for more within fifteen seconds and then they think they're doing meditation wrong but really in reality. I mean at least in my opinion meditation is the journey not the actual like end result of having a completely clear mind the fact that you're noticing stuff flow into your brain and then you're able to shut it up and then more stuff flows in and then you're able to shut it up in my mind. That's what meditation in is <hes> is that sort of back and forth like sort of yin and yang of your brain being very active and being very quiet agreed read. That's all it really is is is making friends with that voice instead of running away from it and you run away like i said the distractions are distractions. You never to distract under bad. News can make sense of it then with the mental stuff to one of the things that i have everybody in the course. Take is something called the kobe kobe great yeah and i you know i don't care what you what you do or anything like that. I think a lot of people look at colby and it's only like this thing for entrepreneurs entrepreneurs minded people but you know how you how are you naturally going to problem. Solve is a really good thing to know about yourself because it's gotta be how you handle situations and more importantly a lot of relationships would be a lot better if if people understood if people were a quick starter factfinding 'cause. I know you guys know that stuff and so for me. The mental part is is really getting people into awareness listen to how they problem solve and then also what they need to do to do their best work so we go off the flow genome project and we started talking about you know what flow profile out there in and what they need to do to get into flow states to really do amazing work. I read a book once called. Try by sebastian younger. It's wonderful book and there's something called self determination theory to be content and there's three things one of them is feel authentic in your lives the seconds to be cut connected to others and the third is the feel competent and what they do for work and <hes>. I think more people aren't really understanding. That part of your happiness really is predicated upon what how the level of satisfaction you get in your work and if you knew that you would really figure out how to if you can't change your job at least you would figure out how to hack to make it a little bit better for you. I love that all all right well. You just answered one of our final wrap up questions. I know you're you know guys i got. I have boom boom boom. I has seven seven more minutes all right cool. Let's let's let's the g._m. Quick without our tangents because i know we're slowing it down a little bit. I love spiritual and the emotional stuff that's when hit on those pillars yes so spiritual. I'm a big proponent of something called human design. It's based upon the time you were born when you were born and it gives you a really good layout of decision making and i found it to be incredibly accurate for people from spirituality is believing in something bigger than yourself entrusting. It might end up aw i have no. I have no a viewer opinion on religion. If that's what you need to feel that and go ahead and do that try like evidence but for a lot of people i oh i think they just what religion can create some times. Is it lacks individuality right yeah. We're all catholic. Were all christian well. Well you know there is so many other layers besides this labelling a lutheran or anything like that. There's so much more to people and would human design. Lets people really see is really how they were meant to operate in and be amongst in the world and my hopes is doing that is helping people letting go of all the things that they need to hold onto to try to self self identify with and and that's where most people are struggling spiritually is they're just attached to a certain identity or certainly of things are instead of being what they really are supposed to be trying trying to be like someone else yeah. The spiritual time is probably when i spend the most time doing all the one on one calls with everybody in really helping helping them wrap their head around that because <hes> you tell me it's one thing but it's five layers deep. You know what i'm saying yeah. It's an onion get unravel that bad boy yeah and for emotional mastery. What i really work with men on is something called non violent communication. I'm a really big believer that a lot of men are angry and rage ful <hes> nappy happy just because of a of a of emotional trauma but because of lack of communication skills they don't know how to tell someone without tearing them down that they hurt at their feelings and they wouldn't like them to hurt their feelings anymore and here's what they would need so you don't hurt my feelings. What would you recommend for for people to work on that aspect shirt yeah. The the book is there's a book. It's called non violent communication by marshall roseburg. It's a it's a it's a framework in order to do. This and i always carry this around with me. It's call nine valid communications the basic as i the basic design no in use them and it's like a fifty fifty page small book that gives you the cliff notes of it as well but it just really these are really good at turn to if i if i have something to say but just you know if if you guys did something to offend me me saying in an objective manner and not labeling you or giving. Can you know crediting you with doing something malicious or malicious attitude or anything like that. It's just one step more to wanting to resolve this problem and i think one of the things that i think joe and i have a lot of respect for you. Around is the way you communicate. It is the way that you have joe's mentioned many times already today that you have a very no bullshit <music> should attitude like you don't dance around things you just say it as it is. This is what's on my mind. Take it as it is. There's no malicious intent jilted subjective. It's very objective. This is the way i feel right now and that's one of the things we love about you is that you have that attitude and i think it's something that both joe and i really strive to have in our own mm communication skills but i know i know we've got to. We've got to wrap up here. You've mentioned a handful of books already on this episode emotional intelligence two point. Oh tribe five non violent communication. Are there any other books that you refer to often or recommend a lot sure <hes> my favorite book on just the type of person that you should be as marcus aurelius meditations on you know i think anyone that could be the emperor the free world and not be greedy pig. I wanna learn absolute woah and then <hes> i- leadership there's a book called cyrus the great arts of leadership in war and it's a it's more of a tail to get you to learn the lessons but is probably my favorite book on leadership. It's one. 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Episode 77: Sending Noodz.....

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

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Episode 77: Sending Noodz.....

"Working interferences is intended for mature audiences since the hosts never grew up someone needs to be the adult. Welcome to working interferences with Josh Lintz. The dental place podcasts for the average dentist. Here is Josh lanes. What is that? Welcome into working at a for instance podcast he didn't advice show. I'm Joshua Austin, and I am lands. Timmerman sad. Day to send weak very sad. Thrones is no longer in our lives. It's it is over since for the first time since twenty eleven sure am I right on that? I think you're right. Let's hear sounds about right. Did. Arrogant when he gave hard start. Season two twenty twelve so, yeah, twenty eleven okay, first time in eight years, he the beautiful tiger area has not been part of our life anymore. The beautiful. Jon snow is not been part of our lives anymore. The beautiful. Tyrian. Lantis. Anymore. I don't want to spoil anything for anybody who didn't watch over social media at all. I feel like it's already spoil your spoiled. I just wanna know way it's were you satisfied. It's question. I ask everybody at this point. You said, is where you sat as you know, I, I yeah, I mean I it's just I was passive. I was just watching. We'll how things happen. And in the way they went was the way they decided to make a go. My, my wife was bent, my, my daughter liked it. And I was the, the small the little little bear. Just right. I mean I was fine. How about you? Yeah. I mean, I felt it was a reasonable a reasonable resolution. There's, there's no way you're gonna make everybody happy. And the people who aren't happy are by default going to be louder than the people who are true. We is the deal. And so you're always going to people who no matter what happened. It wasn't going to be enough, right? Thought it was, you know, you kinda I mean, if you were expecting a happy ending, you have been watching the show. Yeah, it was just happy ending. It was gonna I think so. Yeah, it was kind of a circle. Right. It wasn't wrong com. Come on. They're not gonna go off the sunset, and these so good though. Right. Running through the airport scene like find the girl before she gets on the plane, and she's like boarding on the plane. And you scream out, you know, that kind of deal it was, it was always you. Yeah. Danny sporting plane, and John running through the airport trying to find. That's not the show. So I enjoyed it. It was good. I thought you know, I just. Who's the end of a TV show? Right. It's always going to be bitter sweet. There's always gonna be what about this. Well, we should have done it that way. But like just for can dragons breathing fire on everything. It gets goal like just enjoy it for what it is. I mean it was it's fantasy. I'm just I'm just here for the dragons did have one big beef though. One big beef. And no nudity in the final answer. That was a little odd. Yes. Someone mentioned it. Yeah. Someone was, I think I'm gonna start watching and they're like, yeah, they're a lot of nudity early. I'm not so much in the later years. And like we'll yak is like Amelia carcass a big s story now she doesn't need to do that anymore. Yeah. And the brothels I think they all burned up. There was a broth brothel in episode to know maybe one of this season. Oh, yeah. That's right. Ron Ron hit up the broth. That's right. Yeah. That was, I think the only nudity of the of the season besides aria. We had the area. Yeah. The uncomfortable sure. The really weird like cage, she was eleven on this show in started. I guess that she's eighteen now. But non looking at her naked body, which is weird. Yeah. Very tough stuff tough look. Tough look. Yeah. I thought he was good. I, you know, for anybody who has watched yet, or whatever, like, don't let the sort of social uproar glass season scary away, and some of the best television watching experiences, I've ever had. Yeah. Yeah, it most jaw dropping some of the most caught me out of nowhere. All of that stuff. Exactly. So it's definitely worth it. It's worth a watch my daughter. My youngest, she's like okay. Now that it's over. I'll start she your oca- OSA. She has started yet. She's eighteen she is not. So it's like, well how she seventeen. Yeah. She's, I mean Yemen's. Chico's enough. What's is she the about the youngest that you would let a child, watch the show? Yeah, I mean, I think about myself when I was fifteen and would have been held could you even imagine? I h when I was a kid and, you know, there was just one HBO and whatever was on was on. There's no one to may end. There was no internet. There's nothing and so like Zeba. At least Joe, we had the scrambled box. And I had to watch the boob that was all distorted and. That was complaining. I'm not complaining, but I do remember at some point when I was like fourteen or fifteen they added sort of the little precautionary, sort of at the beginning. What is this contain violence language, whatever? And so what's of looking for the in in that one right for nudity? And if you missed that what you just didn't know you just had to watch to see what, what was going to be on. So that's right. You know what I would not have done to have this show when I was fourteen fifteen years over. Sure. Macci. Doc in jergens. Lance. Yeah. Lever that's probably owned by Unilever would be my guess. I had I had kind of a cool experience yesterday. I went to the office on a Sunday after kind of some hectic travelling things and whatnot. And so lots of kind of stuff going on around to see a patient who I never seen before which I normally would never do. But it just so happens. This patient tweeted me and slid into my DM's on Twitter and let me know that they're having to take it just turns out, just turns out that he's probably my favorite author, if not, not my favorite author, like in the top two or three and great podcast personality on the ringer network. Okay. And so I got to like, meat kind of a hero of mine. That's awesome. And you took care of him on a Sunday, which was super duper. Cool. And, and I enjoyed every second of that. So I can't really release his name per se. But if you searched for like my mentions on Twitter, you may see something about it, or you just like search for what ringer writer lives in San Antonio, Texas. There's only one of its not like everyone all the ringer people live here. So we talked about Bill Simmons a lot. Who's a big fan of we talked about the people at Banja mode, whom big fan of we talked about all the all the people the ringer and at grant land, ESPN. It was it was super cool. And it talked about this guy, how this guy started really super cool. He was a teacher Mets. Wife is teacher and they got pregnant with twins. And they realize, like, hey, we don't like to teacher incomes. We don't have enough money. And so he just googled around to see what he could do at home at night to make money and decided that he was going to be a sports writer ruined. So he just started writing basketball articles for blogs. Really, they would pay like fifty dollars a pop like, once he submitted a few or whatever, obviously, had some skill and talent was getting fifty six fifty to sixty five dollars a pop depending on how much how many words and enough of those kinda get published you start to build your name, and somebody showed something that he wrote to somebody at grant land, which was sort of an ESPN spin off at the time and they liked it. So they brought him in next thing you know, he's a staff writer for grantland next thing you know, he's writing a book called basketball and other things which became New York Times bestseller, and was one of Barack Obama's favorite books in twenty fifteen wrote jokes for Obama for win the Cavs visited the White House for the for their winning the championship and showed me a picture of him and Obama in LeBron sitting on a couch in the Oval Office seriously. Like, what like? Is that not the American dream? Right. I think that's the definition. Yeah. Super cool as she was like curious about my writing, which really cool, and he wanted to like see something that I wrote. So I showed him the pornography article that I wrote for dental hack. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Which is still probably the I in my opinion, the best thing I've ever written. That was it was really cool. It was really cool to kind of bomb with this guy. And he didn't like just it'd be like, if I sit next to Frank spear on a plane, Frank spirit just ahead. He wouldn't care about anything. I any kind of dentistry idea, right? Like this guy was super interested in like, what was my writing process, and that kind of stuff like it was it was really cool is awesome. It was really, really cool. So it you know, I don't know. I know you've treated some athletes before. Yeah. And I've treated some athletes in some MBA coaches and stuff like that. And honestly, this kind of highlight of, like my experiences treating patient, really, really cool. And like this is just the guy that writes about sports, but because I don't know. Like, I, I guess I can identify with that better than I did with the guy who six eight dunk a little bit. More of something you could aspire to be like him if you were to put your effort towards it knowing that you've probably still would fail because he happened Capito. But the early like I'll never we'll never dunk. But I could probably write articles, do you remember. And this is a specific thing in the nineties, I used to love sports magazine. So I had subscriptions to Sports Illustrated sport magazine, like baseball prospectus like all of those, and they used to have the this ad in those magazines for these tennis shoes that could help you dunk. And they were really do you remember that had a Seinfeld episode where Costanza did Costanza bots? Those. Four inches of vertical leap. Figel. Stuff in the anterior, right by the ball of the foot, try to get air your stretch, the ligaments so you get the spring. Actually bought some something similar like the knockoff thing, wasn't the shoe thing attached. You're three hundred bucks, but this thing was velcro and put it on the front of your shoe. Didn't help me a damn bit. Didn't all? Yeah. I always wanted them a little white. Nia genetics has way more to do with this, Dan than anything else. Yeah, I take me a while Google the find these finding some newer ones that are the same kind of idea. But I really love to find like one of those old, old magazines to show these shoes 'cause they were ridiculous. I don't know. How do you walk around in those you don't I never thought about that? Like it's not, you know. Skaters with the extra insole thing that this is something you're, you're wearing four training. Yes. And these are way more obvious that you wearing digital issues. This is you cannot hide these. Yeah, I'll find the find him. Okay. Maybe I'll see if I can find a pair like on EBay or something, you know, by mental see. If I could if I just start like windmilling from the free throw line. Yeah, what happens if I do I'm just going to feel like I've missed out online? Yeah. I'm just God vote about the shoes eighteen at be at least I paid for college. It could've gone to school have. Yeah. I would've thought would've gone in like why played D one hoops. And who does? Like the European league or something. At least got a decently. China could have gone there played played in in in Greece. You know. I'd have been cool. No. But I didn't buy shoes eighteen. So here I am forty and miserable. Everybody. Yeah. Fat visible forty? They didn't buy these shoes. But one of those quantum worlds has has you one of. Yeah. What if the ones that one of the quantum universes that we proved last week and are still waiting for a Nobel prize? But I guess that they probably I think they do that yearly. Yeah he'll be next year. So, yeah, so it's gonna be a probably a few months before we get the notification that we won the Nobel prize for proving quantum theory. That's right. This is an advice show. Sometimes. We answer your questions questions. Neat. Little Facebook groups, it's questions from read it we start built into civility members of their own unique brand of advice. So please, we need your questions. They are the sustenance. We crave you submit your questions to working interferences at G, L dot com. And we have a banger of listener question night that quite frankly, when enjoy getting into now we want just any question. Do we Lance, we don't we don't want a boring questions, a Coosa nineties, black gimmick, median of all times because we all know that Alonzo. Jones is the greatest nineties black gimmick median ever. We want the questions that Gordon christianson cannot answer a hundred to one odds that Gordon Christians in knows, who Alonzo hamburger Jones's a thousand one. Thousand to one is or somewhere somewhere in there. Yeah. I think so question one anonymous listener asks, hey guys that several mediocre questions in the past thought about sending in, but I finally got a good one for you L anonymous listener. We're not too proud to beg. We will take care of media questions too. I'm three short weeks away from graduating dental school in almost made it out without some crazy shit like this happening. So please offer your most questionable advice. I've got a thirty year old female patient, who came in a month ago with rampant decay in need of full mouth, extractions early years old. Full mouth extraction. Let's what do we say to that tough comic? Look theflag to my amazement. I got her to agree to a treatment plan of full mouth extractions, along with two arches of all on X's as you can imagine with the patient population that dental school. See that is unusual. Yes, I would guess it is turns out, she flies out to Vegas from time to time to do so monk, quote, unquote exotic work. She said that her quote unquote sugar daddy would pay for her treatment, and the price was not an issue since this is such a big case. I gave her my personal sewn number in case issues arose. I think that's very reasonable and stuff. You it is. It's, it's all about the service. We got all star service. Yes. Exactly. Exactly. In case any issues arose like help the silicate this treatment hopefully happening before I graduate release the extractions in temporary. Dentures fast forward, a couple of slit her while. You're stuck in scheduling limbo out of the blue. I receive a text from her with a photo of her masturbating no nudity, but blatantly sticking a vibrator up her shorts a while later, she sent a whole bunch of messages saying that she meant to send it to her, quote unquote, guy whose name is apparently similar to mine. I should her that, since it was an honest mistake. We could just forget it ever happened. And I delete the photo. And yes, Josh it definitely was worth deleting. I love odd single. Yeah. Yeah. I know. Yeah. Yeah. I know why am I singled? Berg, too. Yeah, but you're on such a that like a professional level. I don't. Maybe since then she has been wanting to come in to get some more work done before I graduate. I'm going to be honest. I would not be upset if I just coasted my asset Adele Astaire never saw this lady again. I guess my question is where do I go from here? There's a lot to unpack here. So go ahead. Offer up your most ill advised advice. Thanks, probably ought to keep it in animus, PS, also is this something that you share with your wife, or just forget about it. Get as far away from dill's goes possible. I think what's short there. That's a good place to start. That's a good place sister. Tell me what you think Lance because I'm curious because I mean obviously, like it's a little different situation for you, because you work with, and they are, you know, in your bribes is. Yeah. Wife is in your office. Yeah. So kind of tell me your thoughts are. My thoughts are. Odds are something's gonna get outta revealed. Anyway. So it's best to be open about it right away. Because it's gonna look worse if you hide it, and then it comes out that she like, if this ends up, she finds out on the third or fourth picture will wait a minute. There were more. So if you if you're open about, hey, this is what happened. I headed off at the pass and the wife is in on the conspiracy to just coast through in and finished school. Never see her, again, that kind of thing because my, it just seems like every time I try to be to see just as shitty liar and deceiver and things because every time I try something happens, and it comes out, anyway. And it looks worse. Here's the thing. This is an honest question is mission line. To some people. Yeah. I think this is a prime case of needed, no basis. I see it going both ways because if it never came up again, them, why, why bring it up rain like why, like, that's the thing. Why are you going to? So what are the odds? It'll ever happen again or could happen. This isn't your three weeks out from graduation. Yeah, you're never, like she's she will get kicked down in the next initial be the next problem. I do not think, especially in this situation where it was a photo that didn't really show anything just suggestive. Yeah. I mean, I've had face, but I've had patients get drunken on a weekend in Facebook, message me and stuff. And are you serious? Really? Yeah. And so on unless always listed never happened ever. So right now, he doesn't know. But if he's a listener than now she knows this stuff. Never happens to me yet. I think your wife doesn't need it, but nothing happened like you didn't respond you didn't. You didn't invite more. You're totally. In the clear here. I honestly like all you're doing in this situation is riling up your wife like this is not like this. There's, there's no there's no smoke here. There's not even smoke not even smoke. So there's definitely not a fire. There's no smoke. So now that that's out of the way in tonight have completely different. Well, not totally, because I mean, it got those, those drunk messages that aren't known so they weren't photos, though. They were just. Yeah. So I hear about this stuff happening from time to time. And and I don't know if you remember. Jenny McCarthy did this. I'm looking up details on this. Okay. Quote unquote, Jenny McCarthy said to NBC Chicago. I sexed at my son's dentist. Oh, quote directly from Jimmy maccarthy. Former playboy playmate Jenny McCarthy is no stranger to posing nude. She she's not. But she said she did not mean to send her latest image to an elderly dentist. This is June. Eighteenth twenty twelve why still remember this? I cannot you're just pissing you weren't the dentist that you why does not happen to me. Why does this happen to old old old mid dentist in Chicago McCarthy accidentally sex? Did a naked picture of herself her son's nearly eighty year old male Venice, which included the scandalous photo in a batch of images in an of an absent or sons mail by mistake. She sit quote unquote sex at him with an image meant for her bears boyfriend, Brian Urlacher. I don't remember her dating Brian Urlacher. I don't remember that either. That's near to me, quote from Ginny. So I'm taking a picture of it, and I'm sending it to the dentist. And I sent him a new shot by accident. I swear to God the Dennis's like eighty years old. I literally screamed at the top of my lungs McCarthy dish, a spill Leib dot com. The love in the wild host explain that. She was trying to communicate her son Evans predicament. Not give the DDS, a thrill for some reason I read this as double DS thrill. This is not the time McCarthy is done, or they recently, she posters breaded playboy to celebrate her upcoming fortieth birthday. I feel like Jenny McCarthy, having amateur nude photos on her phone. Is like me trying to like do oil, pulling and. Like whatever bullshit whitening would see. Electrical charcoal. Like me trying to do that. Your professional you professional grade shit. Why do you have these, like I phoned Bodos? Guaranteed. What, what are the odds that the dentist before he saw Jenny McCarthy like when he saw Jenny McCarthy's bringing her son on the schedule, what are the odds that he searched and looked at, like all her nude photos on the internet? Out to say it's like two to one say he doesn't know how to use the internet. Guess I I'm guessing he does. Because she texted him photos. I guess urgency line was worse as he probably sent a dick pic back. That's a tough look for him. That's a very tough look for him because. Yeah, you have to oh my God. Lance for some reason I stumbled onto this. Okay. There's a dental website that has this information on their blog. Okay. Somehow this summit dental care in Houston, Texas. Good. Like it's got the images and everything. No says this is this is this is the post the titles. Jimmy McCarthy text. Nude photo tour dentist, dentistry may receive plenty of tension. It's that the scientific journal journalistic level, but seldom do you read about dinner, late issued celebrity news, especially for dentists in Houston like us. I this is not something on putting on my office web. So, I think by the way, did you, gene? Mccarthy patriot tit students justify. Yeah. That's, that's no. This is I feel like this is not this is not for your website, dentist. No. I mean content is king. I get that. But definitely case. So if you're the dentist that this happened to, I guess maybe, maybe my like do something fun with this. I don't or so the interesting thing is here. They've got seven. Summited occur seven offices in Houston. Nowhere on the website. Do I see anything about who the dentist is here? I don't know who this didn't I was looking to see if I knew them is there is there, a log like an aggregate, or so, just happen to grab the headline, that's it might be. It might be. But I know I don't think so dumb use of a blog. Yeah. That's this is not just FYI. I know I know we're all looking for blog shit. I take away from heap looking. Yeah. God, that's we don't put Megyn porn on, on our blog, just because for content. So at least I don't I've seen. I know I temped to stay awake. Yeah. Although I'm feeling pretty free. This got a message from a listener in Scotland and, you know, our freedom of speech seems to protect us, pretty well here compared over there and Edinburgh. That's what it sounded like. Yeah. You should be some of that it sounded like, yeah, I would I'd have I'd have tell I'd have a tough time with that. Oh my God. I think she wrote Nell, just can't be. I hate she wrote a testimonial, Jenny did. For this dental see where this offices. Oh, might be it. This offices in Elgin, Illinois. Is that close to Chicago Elgin? Schaumburg. Oh, yeah. Okay. Yeah. So this, this might be the place smile for life dental under the blog says testimonial celebrity Jimmy maccarthy everything about getting some cosmetic work done to your teeth, but haven't been sure where to go consider smile for life. We offer the best care by the best. Doctors, the best available though. Take don't just take our front though. See what JD McCarthy to say? And then there's literally nothing under that. So I feel like they forgot to put in the chamber Cardi thing, but this is not a Pedo office. And let's see if this is an old, eight year old dentist. Let's see here. No duct allotting is very young. Shula is even younger let's get doctor dryer. He's not eighty was Lodhi dean lauding. Yeah. Okay. Yeah is wife is I- Genesis. And he's been the CD and such. So he's a got a name, you know, you know, well enough to see if he got a picture from Jimmy maccarthy. Well, I do. Now I cannot. I'm not bashful. I'll jackson. Yeah. Hit that. Okay. Let's see this is the place. Okay. Because I think it's interesting that she, I guess, said she was gonna write it testimonial, in don't know if she did or what? But I think after all of this, like, that's an interesting. This turn of events. Yeah. Dutch dryers name is Richard dick dryer from pigs. Tich georgia. Dryer. Yeah, I guess you're supposed to sit that pitcher, Brian Urlacher. Tough luck. Why does this stuff never happen to me? That's kind of my first thought. Second thought is is three weeks. Three weeks left in dental school. You're not getting all on all in four on six done. Happened. It takes awhile. Yeah. And so, you know, I deal you're probably working with the department on this. They are not. They're not gonna serially do this treatment. They're not gonna do extractions in. Then go back in through the implants in the in the reduction all together, right? Yeah. It's well I mean, I think at school, they're definitely going to segment it phase treatment. They're not gonna they're not going for teeth today. Yeah. Well, I mean, I don't know of any other way to do it. How else would you do all ex if you didn't do it all in a day? Well, the old very conservative way, as the extract them all and they can have them in healing denture. And after thinks he'll months later, he plays the implants and then months later or then you convert. So I guess I'm curious to know what the what the literature says about like do you get enough bone reduction? If you do it that way, I feel like when you have sockets there you can see where the ABC's of teeth on where the roots teeth go. I feel like the surgeon is more likely to give you the reduction you need that day as opposed to when everything's filled in. But I think you're the the best benefit is, is cross, our stabilization and during the integration face. So there's a lot of benefit to do at all, all at once but the, the planning of the bone reduction it just comes in the early phase of the planning itself, so it can be done the reduction, and then give. Him put him in a denture like what you do that reduction like ditches kind of out of it at that point, I feel like prophets. It's probably less. I mean there's a really shitty denture. Yeah. I mean you're not gonna get all this done anyway. Like just passed the buck. I mean, I'm lazy bastard. Less is more that's for sure on this case. Like you, did you did the treatment planning part of it, which I feel like is. Yeah. I mean that's like the part that you need to learn. I could be the way. It happens in my offices treatment plan it right. In then get everything. Get finances lined up all its stuff. Great yada, yada, yada, finnick comes today of procedure, either at the officer at the clear choice office or wherever procedure gets done. And then the lab tech does like most of the heavy lifting on the conversion. And I kind of screw it in that sort it. I mean that's kinda hell that goes, right? I mean you're doing you're doing more, because you're doing surgery right, right? Which I don't do. But if you like I would say, most restored or most dentists are going to be like me in having world. Search do all of it in a lab, tech kinda do all of it, until it heals up in. It's ready for me to impress. I take an impression in electric. Yeah. That sounds to be the fairly common approach to it. So, yes, I mean, the experience you've got was the treatment planning of it, which still tremendous value that you're ahead of me. Yeah, you're, you're three weeks. You got three weeks left in school. There's, there's no possible way. This is happening. Yeah. I don't think you could get the, the immediate denture turned around that quick like to be converted, even if you could get everything done, like I feel like the barrier would be the lab making the, the denture in the guide in all that stuff. That's not gonna happen in three weeks. Yeah. Maybe it's maybe I'll just being negative. But what this shit ride, brother? Just like trying to cap and gown get ready practice. You're you're marching just ill. Got a lot of state. You got you got to address those graduation announcements fair, we're gonna gift cards at you're going to get you gotta like gotta find a place. Dan brunch? After the graduation, all like important topics to be addressed. That, like you don't need to be like worrying about this. The fed sex worker. Shittu do brotherly. Get it done. Fine. Just do the deal in. Let's get let, let let whatever juniors rising to senior next year. Let them deal with this, and let them deal with the Mike weird. Sort of sexy pictures that aren't really all that sexy like what the deal with all this, it just block her number and your phone just refer the scheduling desk, or whatever, give her their number just like block the number. It's time to move on. I'm to move on. I really do. I feel I mean I never went to tell somebody to not go after treatment when it's there. Don't go after this. Like you don't even have time to do it, it's just area bother don't tell your wife, you have nothing. You, you you've nothing to disclose here. Yeah. Yeah. Unless you're Lance tells every. She's got a sixth sense. He's gonna find out anyway. This it's easier to just fee this lady exist, not yet. That's true. That's why you block. And they'll never have access to your information or contact again. Like you're that's, that's a big thing. You don't have to. This is something you don't really have to deal with. Yeah, you block and move on. That's it. Yeah. I texted her message, Stephanie dean's wife and still, no answer yet. So. Oh, hey. Mccarthy show your husband, her tits, what I said, right back soon. Offer. Now. Oh boy. It's a love your choice of you reach out to. Way to go. I guess this was their office in this happen. He's not hiding. This is why this one the news, you're going to have to come to being picked up on on, on celebrity people weekly like you're in you. You've got you've got to convince I if, if a big celebrity set me that kind of picture. I feel like Andrew would just wanna see the probably like, even Goria say, let me see that, that would be kind of the deal. I don't know. Sounds about right. Read it user and Lance prepare, because this might be the greatest Reddit username of all time. Ready user, Dave girls. Gooch hair. In just. The punch. Reddit user, Dave girls do chair as interested in pediatric dentistry. About dental school. And I've been interested in it since undergrad. What is the lowest class rate guy can have to get accepted? What else should I do to maximize my chances? Let's shoot for shoot for the stars. And if you land on the moon. All right. Holy moly. Okay. I don't where do we should we started the Dave girls? Goo chair should we start it the person who has a username of Dave girls chair to with kids? We want this kids. Yes. Yes. Steph one to maximize your chance might be changed. Your read it user. As much as I love it. Don't get me wrong. I love Dave Grohl Gucci. Retin-a helfer. I am not a residency director of pediatric Dennis residency. So. If I was I, I probably be cool at this, but I'm not an I for some reason, I don't feel like most pediatric dentistry, residency directors are going to think that this is funny. Grant, and they'll probably never learn what your username is for read it. But what if they do, rob ably? What if you're tied with someone from Columbia and somehow, they do some reverse IP address? Search in find this and the guy from Colombia's like I love kids, sixty four like I feel like I lifted sixty four is getting in and I Dave Grohl goo chair is, is, is doing an ADD at a community clinic in upstate New York, because I don't think you're getting into Pedo, if they know that this is your Reddit, username. That's a fair. Yeah. Okay. We'll get into curls Gutierrez a little bit when we look into their post story. What did you have any interest in specializing before you started dental school? Well, sorta I, I didn't even decide to go into dental school until I had a summer job after my sophomore year in college. Delivering retainers for North Atlantic lab don't. So it kind of got me thinking, oh Pizza Hut. Wasn't hiring? Exactly. Exactly. So goes, I don't think tips delivery retainers, but you get tips delivering pizza. There's, you know, it wasn't a good idea the time actually I mean you're here. Yeah I'm here. So they got me interested I needed to choose a major says like a shit, I'll just twos this, and it's of stuck with them. Major did you choose human biology, but I never finished. Okay. That's fine. That's what my mom. Get a degree. I love that. I love. So every time it happens. What do you know what that degree almost always is like sixty percent of the time communications, yes communications is, is, is one for sure conceal Aji? My favorite African American studies is another one comes up all the time like. You know, whoever, like, Zion Williamson, or whatever when he's eighty seven million dollars in his checking account. Well, we'll go back to Duke and finishes like African American studies degree or whatever. Go. What reason I have no idea. Like, I don't feel like that's going to be thing that's in the size. Just loves Ralph Ellison's invisible. Man, just just had to get it agree studying that that shit. Yeah, I remember when Emmitt Smith graduated from the -versity of Florida after he had been like a two time. MVP is Super Bowl champion super MVP something like that. And like he finished his last class, or whatever I remember getting his degree in, like public relations, or whatever, at that point, like, why like the getting your degree thing is like the second line the third middle linebacker and special teams guy who might play a year and a half in we'll make total of six hundred thousand dollars playing football and have three concussions for it that guy get get your degree, buddy. But the superstar, I feel like they need their they really need their degree. That'd be wrong, probably are usually. So what we wanted to do. Well, I thought I wanted to go north. And then by the time I got into dental school and partway through, and I'm like. I hate school. And so I thought it's not gonna happen. Yeah. I it was the thing that most people go into dental school wanting to do different, Mike. I didn't I didn't particularly want to be an orthodontist. But about half of my class wanted to do Ortho, if you gave them various truth serum right before school started, it would say, oh, I I'd like to do Ortho, and I distinctly remember software year. Like spring somewhere year. We have our first Ortho lecture class and those bastards made it so stupid in hard calculating moments in forces in vectors and crap like that really hard stuff. Our tests were short answer really difficult. I mean as a really ball BUSTER of class, and I remember the very first lecture was particularly horrible. And I remember like looking around at different people in that I knew wanted to do Ortho in just the look on their face have just cr- like just crushing depression, because it was oh my God. This thing I wanted to do for a decade sucks. Right. I don't remember forces that kind of stuff. I know that they pretty much kept it mysterious and made it. So we're all we knew how to do fill out the referral slip. Yeah, it's, it's the specialty that teaches you the least. Yeah. I mean, could you imagine a perria was like that? Yeah. I mean just talked about neutral fills for two years pushing and, and, and all of that with no talk about conjoined Z's just like you guys don't want to wear yourself with this just send us everything. We got it. We got it. We got like, no, every other specialty teaches you how to do it except for Ortho, and they teach you garbage for two years, except for the special four or five people in the class who got like the weird secret book that don't like how you do everything. Yeah. Yeah. So I, I always say go into dental school with an open mind. What you're going to like you have no experience in any of this. You don't know what's going to speak to you. You don't know what you're gonna drawn to you. Don't know what you're going to be good at which, I honestly think is like eighty percent of it for sure. I had no idea, I was good at Indo Audio's good at Perio annoyed is good at to EMT or Mike. No idea. How bad I was that all of that? And so they're gonna ended up in Jeep is. My office became pretty limited. And that's kind of for me. We had a kind of an open mind, and then I really thought I wanted to do Perio, and I had my application filled out, and I remember standing outside the director's door is office door for three straight days and I held up my hand. I thought, like if I turn this in pretty Chantelle never prep, another ground again. And I didn't like that idea. So I never turned it in and it kind of, like, hey, I can do much Perio as I want as journal Dennis by can't do restorative dentistry, singer as a period on. All right. Yeah. So that was sort of what made my decision, retrospect, should've turned in that. Could. Could have been the pussy out there. But yeah, so I so I always Tipper your thick his temper your interest, little bit till, you know, like everyone thinks they like kids until they're around them a little bit more tiller around kids in dental setting which is completely different. I sure about the I knew I hated kids from the gecko. Yes. But there are people who may love kids, and then they get around kids in dental setting are not, not fans kits. Yeah, yeah. So wait until like your Pedo rotation your junior year before you like down and say you wanna do Pedo. Now, here's like, here's you can't just like work yourself into a hole. And then decide you really want, especially your junior year in the dig yourself out of it. Because your GPA doesn't turn around that quick, does not ask me how I know. Yes. It's like turning around the Titanic. Like, once you get a year on the books. It's really hard to raise it a lot. So you know try to keep yourself in the game like art. So what's the lowest rank I can have? It's still be expected accepted. I mean it depends on where you go in the class size yet, I don't know their stats on, let's see here. I'm sure there is so many somebody posted match statistics, really. And I don't know. I don't know if it lists Pedo or like. Oh, yeah. Okay. So nineteen hundred one people in, in two thousand nineteen this year nineteen hundred and one people so nineteen hundred almost two thousand dental students. We're ranked by the match program for pediatric dentistry. Okay. The second highest of all the programs. So GP are is number one. Number two, Pedo number three was all mass number four was Ortho, number five was ADD. Number six was Pero. Immer seven was processed eight was in Indo is not listed on here. I don't know why. Maybe they don't use the match. I'm not sure. Yeah. Programs filled with match. So positions filled of math, with match in pediatric dentistry, four hundred fifteen positions filled with match out of nineteen hundred applicants so you basically have a one in four chance somewhere in that neighborhood. Of, of matching program if you apply. Only only only around looks like about twenty five percent. Yep. Positions filled in the matchpoint fifteen out of nineteen hundred one agains. GPA. This is done doesn't sit which was what the average GPA was. Yeah. Curious to know what what it does take more out of curiosity. I, I have no idea my GPA because I never picked up my grades at all. Really mail them to me my senior year. I just figured if I was if I failed it, you'd you come find me in person, I feel I. So I mean judging off this if a quarter of the people get in, I would say, if you're in the top quarter of your class, you're. Okay. Right. Pretty safe. Yeah. So that doesn't mean you got to be number one. You know, we had a guy was probably like, I think he was like eight in our class and got into great oral surgery program. So it's not a. Got to be the text picture of his breast to the director, he would have wouldn't put it past two. So I would to these big cups, I would show these any recipe boobs. So next thing we know we lost sight of Drake, suddenly, delta flight magazine. And I see him advertising boob jobs. So he'll yeah, he went on an extra year of cosmetic surgery, and that he hasn't touched the tooth since dental school and boobs. Tummy tucks. Yeah. That we talked to what we're right. Or friend, who had the American dream? Currently this guy. So be in the top quarter here. The other thing that drives me insane. Attuned, so I taught operative, it's Antonio for five years in restorative dentistry, specifically like the operative class. Okay. We have an award every year for the is given senior year but it's for the best junior at operative dentistry. So it's sort of the big award for some reason, like that's the big award. Aci fatal, always has it's a big deal at the school. It's named after. Dr Vernet uses famous operative dentist, who wrote several books, and it was a director of operative at our school for while before that at other schools. So the Vernet e award is a big deal and they would announce they would announce the nominees, and then like a few like a month and a half later. They would it was, so it was like the Oscars. They announced the nominees like a month and a half in, then they would announce the winner in front of everybody and it was a big thing. And so I remember like my year, the pursue Vernet eighty did Ortho and I was pissed is it's like if you're win the frenetic inch of great opera and schools in specialty that basically doesn't require any hand skills at all. Yeah. In the year. Some of the years teaching out of the. Hottest check with the biggest hits in high school, and she becomes a nun. Yes. That's just wrong. Out of the five years, teaching I, I'm trying to think back in ended up three of the Vernet e award winners while I was teaching went onto Pedo which is even bigger insult than aren't though, because at least like Pedo it's just like your operative dentistry skills. No offense pediatric dentist. I'm very sorry. You're pediatric skills. I mean you're operative skills literally do not matter. They don't have they don't have to be that great. The tooth will be fully aided in eighteen months. Exactly. So I just like when especially one in particular best operatives do never had a gun, Rex Rex's crate, operative dentist, and he decided to Pedo just like slick lost it. To beat the shit out of him. A pillowcase full of soap. Yeah. He's just rough just rough. So yeah, I mean I don't know shoot for the top quarter of your class and shade your Houston, I would do that order. Let's look at his let's get it. His red post history. I don't wanna put this boss too much because he might be listening. And game separated game of thrones. Why do all the giants in game of thrones like Liam Nason? He's one hundred percent right? Yes. He's one hundred percent right? One, one. Absolutely. Looked like a big weirdly. One, one was definitely a big weirdly MD sin. Budget stuff in dental school separate read it where he interviewed when he got his interviews. How about this? Ask read it do musical artists. Listen to their own music. Maybe I would never do I guess they kind of have to quality control. Lemme ask read it read it. How is dog? Poop cleaned off carpet. Okay. Several of those questions. How do I clean all white carpet had our dog poop stained from carpet? Sounds like he's got a dog. Yeah. I hope he got that worked out. Those are the good ones. Those are some, those are some good red wine. Useful. It's JT DAT stuff order like ordering matches and stuff like that on applications and whatnot. So, so not nothing to to crazy but yeah, I might consider before you start applying to residencies changing. You're ready username again. I don't know how they're gonna find it. But you just never know you just not a question. You want to deal with in your interview. David. We've never known me like Cavanaugh had no idea. His high school party was gonna come to buy into things like answer questions about in front of the freaking country. Yeah. David, David, can you can you please? Tell me what exactly does it mean Dave girls. Gooch hair can into that question for me. That's not as you don't want to be taken off of a caught off guard. Exactly by by that one. What do you mean by tower? France great. I like the back. Hi, five. Oh. It's going do is probably. With your friends. It's your turn for song. Okay. Good show, this their friends. If you know, the dentist got the pictures of Jimmy McCarthy, share this with them, even if you don't and you would like to know who did, please share this. We'll see if we can find out by crowdsourcing grassroots regular viewers, which your favorite number Lance big fan of five I am, as well five stars. I tune Stitcher Spotify Google play. If you're flicking through pod being flick five stars hit the web working for instance dot com and all social Bullshits Facebook working, for instance. Josh Lintz Twitter at winter Frances Instagram at winter Francis landscape. We found Instagram at DR temperament can be found on Instagram at judge will Austin D S, mashed that follow button slide into the DM's. No question is too mediocre, still it's about your Sean, well just to kind of throw a curve, because you're expecting something for Manchester, and you wouldn't be totally wrong. Not because because I'm a big fan of covers one of my favorite pans, out of Manchester was joy division and they were known famous for, you know, she's lost control. But had their probably their biggest hit was after their leasing or killed himself was level terrace apart. Great song, but other bands also covered a famously follow about the whole terrace, apart, low love will tear apart. Love will tear us apart. I thought you said level terrace of our quantites is really interesting mine, so love love will tear apart. Follow boy, even covered the song. But my favorite cover is other British guy named Paul young. You know who Paul young was or is I do not? He had some hits when you say you're talking covers the original looks like it's from, like nineteen eighty simmer of nineteen in ri-. Right. Pat all young had some hits in the eighties. Come back and stay. Every time you go away was probably the biggest hit. Yeah. Yeah. Of me with you take a piece of me with you. Well, he also. It's, it's mutual. I love you three thousand so he Paul young covered his, he covered on one of his albums, but his best version is alive version of his cover. So I thought, you know, that's great version of that song. I'm throw that out there for this week. Nice. So this is love will tear us level level level. Honor support Jim Lovell will tear apart that astronaut bastard. Never straight answer from NASA. Never know this is love will tear us apart. Otherwise, it sounds like level terrace apart. Anyway. Okay. We'll apart from Paul young for, let's temperament Josh Watson peace. Celebrate the foreskin.

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Win in your mind to lift yourself in your career: 2 powerful minutes from Matt Maberry

OC Talk Radio

04:05 min | 2 years ago

Win in your mind to lift yourself in your career: 2 powerful minutes from Matt Maberry

"<music> well to NAP. It's time for another edition of sales pipeline radio where we don't just surf the web we're riding the sales pipeline with the sovereign of sales himself. Mr Matt Hi. How are you my gosh is that is that an upgrade? I went from the Big Kahuna the SAMURAIS sales that's right exactly as I am not worthy of any of these but we're very excited to everyone here for sales pipeline radio. We're talking to Matt mayberry former N._F._l.. Linebacker who has converted himself in his career to a very successful keynote speaker he speaks Eddie as you mentioned over ninety five a year seen him a number. Times in front of inside sales groups doing any type of sales meeting any type of sales kickoff and anytime business meeting highly encourage check him out a matinee Berry online dot com. Let's talk a little bit about the mental side of the game and when I say the game I'm going to being sort of general about that. Talk about what it required mentally for you to reach I mean literally the highest level of your sport and then how does that same kind of mindset convert into a business environment particularly for first sales professionals why love that you've started off with the game collecting really we're all in his game <unk> regardless of foreign sales professional athlete first and foremost were all in the game of life and to be successful in the game of life or to be successful and sales or to be successful professional athlete. You have to win in your mind before you win at your profession Gosh so in order for me to become professional athlete and play in the N._F._l.. I had I have a certain mindset about myself and go about my business every single day and work on my mind in a specific way that was going to springboard my success than athlete. The football player this all goes back to working on your mind reading books that lifts you hanging around people that are that are GonNa make you better constantly finding ways to grow in nourish. Your mind. I think is a starting point to really develop that winners mindset that I've been able to see in some of the most top athletes in the world compared to some of the most successful business people and the correlation is extraordinary Matt when I go into a top fortune five hundred companies such as low as or Dupont Shell Appalachian t whatever it may be they have have the top executives have the same mindset at Brian Urlacher or someone that I played within the N._F._l.. Did the correlation to winning in the mind is extraordinary whether you're talking about the N._F._l.. Or winning and business it's awesome that book again winning plays a top athletes advice advice for tackling anniversary achieving success go to Amazon Dot Com you can search for Matt mayberry confined to book if you want to learn a little more about Matt in the meantime definitely check out matinee online. He's not only agreed. Speaker is a great writer has been published an entrepreneur. You can sign up for some of his. Insights online just awesome awesome stuff so thanks again matt so much for joining us today. If you want to hear about Matt again if you want to hear another a replay of this episode today you can do that at mess sales pipeline radio DOT com we will have a ah on-demand replay of today's episode on there we will also have Matt's transcript of highlights from his talk today up on our blog and hines marketing dot com as well as a fun sales pipeline radio DOT com good luck this month this quarter. We'll see you hear next time next Thursday this Radio Sir you've been riding the wave with Matt hines from Heinz Marketing as he served to sales pipeline Thursday Eleven A._M.. O._C. OH SEATAC radio and the S. L. A. Live radio network. Hi It's Jamie Progressive's employee of the month two months in a row leave a message Hi Jamie Me Jaime. I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool so when it's like.

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BTC Dump, Sporadic Alt Pumps, Fantasy Crypto Update

The Crypto Street Podcast

39:31 min | 1 year ago

BTC Dump, Sporadic Alt Pumps, Fantasy Crypto Update

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Ag Today you play you win. You Get paid ladies and gentlemen welcome. Let's go raw. Thank you for tuning into the crypto streep three podcast here. Are Your host prince draped. What's up everybody you you are tuning in. CRYPTO STREET POCKETS. This is Dale Sir. I'm just sad depressed. Tonight not related to Crypto because my failing losing cubs eliminated from the playoffs baseball season is over for me. I give a shit about it anymore. full-fledged. Football Baseball stupid just reminded me I had futures bet on the cubs CBS way back at the start of the season so I guess that's dowager now for you know who else you got. Some futures bets on a bear. Tanguay spoiled your two thousand nine hundred and two thousand twenty super bowl champions of the world trubisky out there looking like a young Joe Nemeth just toss in Psalms. I didn't know that the three he was he was reborn like that was a whole new player. I don't care how bad is opponent was like I don't care. I was a new player versus the the Redskins. You're talking about yeah. It's you know it's the bears defense score like two or three touchdown that game or am I. Hey studs studs got a lead right. They got a lead by example in the defense leads. That's what we care about us championships and he played MVP caliber. You just showing you will be stretched. That's the turning point in the season right there over everybody else. Just give them the title pretty much. I hate to say but this bears team shares a lot of qualities with the two thousand nine. Two thousand ten jets great defense great running game. We'll pretty good running game but the quarterback order back who it's GonNa be. It's GONNA be bad. You know he makes it interesting. We'll say that way data put it. He makes it reminds me a lot. Yeah it reminds me a bears fan and reminds me when Rex Grossman. was there like this. Brian Urlacher led awesome defense scored so many offensive touchdowns and then there's just that turt- At quarterback so the elephant in the room. Nobody wants to talk about because you don't. WanNa shake his confidence even more. Hey you had a great game. You only threw three three interceptions. You know the worst is when they call him gay manager. It's like all that's expected of. You don't make huge mistakes like that's when you know there's zero trust the quarterback. I mean I can do that. Sign me for half of what you're paying here but otherwise guys good how every are. How you guys feeling after the last couple of days with this dumped we had after it seemed like eternal chop. It's like you know that Seen Tropics Nick Thunder where the guys like crouch down and he's just screaming as he's getting like bombed just survive. I think that's it's a good representation right. That's yeah I think that pretty much sums it up and it was a pretty vicious dump crazy. It's probably not lot over yet. I don't think it is either by the looks of it right now. It looks like it wants to keep pushing lower so play out if I could get was was pretty vicious came on came on quick though I think I prefer that too that F- boring ass just nothing chop that we had for months like I. I don't think it's good. It's not a good feeling dump but at least it was something it was like a feeling. I don't know it's always like a reminder whenever we have these vicious. Just dumps like we had yesterday of quota jungle. This place crypto is like like I don't know like I are trading on Darab bit at telling you guys like moves the move gets Golan and all of a sudden the option books go empty. You know market makers just completely pull out so it's like if you got open exposure there. You're pretty much fuck that if you gotta take care of it or something so then you know you go on you. Look into the futures. The swap and it's like well you don't WanNa. Maybe take the swap because the fees right now on the funding levels are just insane and you know maybe you had too much longer exposure right and so it's you need to get fat short on to cover some of that. Why do you want to be paying. Those fat fees so it's like okay so let's go look at the September quarterly that expires at the end of the week while I shouldn't you. Not You know it's like you're over there and you look at it and it's like all the futures. They're all like five six hundred dollars below spot just just sitting there like they just were not moving. It was fucking insane. It was just it was just the is just another one of those moments where it just reminded like we're Gong show. It can be in Crypto yeah. It was yeah. It was pretty crazy. Just watching it and Kinda be it on the platform. The first time during at all like you said Gong show is used phrase. It is very fitting. It's interesting though like I don't know what like price it. It's Kinda got this weird situation. Now where I'm watching okay like whenever it's dropped below eighty the three hundred seems to get bought up fairly quickly and so it's like okay. We're GONNA keep doing that right now. As we're Kinda you know we're in the eighty three hundred zero right now but it's like it's kind of still doing it a little bit where it's reacting. It's like you know it seems to be giving it that support can that it's looking at the moment so does that. Hold the fuck knows. I guess we're still think yeah. It's like you know like end of the week. It's fucking futures. Expiry quarterlies lease expired right so this is an it's right on the two hundred day moving average like right on it right now yes so it's usually a very important level yeah so it's like that's exactly right. It's like I think either these this eighty three hundred two I would say what just off top my head that eighty three eighty two hundred zone and now it's probably it's gotten whipped through it a couple times but in general that zone seems to be cold not fairly good so far see if it continues but I think who is it that is it luke. Martin opposed the performance a Bitcoin in in the week leading up to yes today. I think yeah so traditionally. It's pretty shitty right leading up to them anyways. That's that's Kinda on par with it and so it doesn't seem to be any different this week leading up to it so I think you know it all plays a part so it'll be interesting now getting through this week just getting through it and then getting to the next week and just seeing how the next week starts off probably open up now after that close prince you know you've. I don't know if he made this public but you've kind of told us a couple of times that you thought. September is going to be kind of a shitty month and this was interesting. You know I was starting to like. I was is kind of warm. We've talked about it on the show here too or you know what I'm just looking to simplify things. They'll just look at the trend. During the given quarterlies contract you know it's life after y'all in that duration where the last quarterly expires and then this one's the next one on top and this one's been since then back since ended. June kind of thing I think last one expired was June twenty seven through twenty eighth or something like that since then the trend has been down you know that was when we were pushing the highs and now you know we're kind of pushing down and we just been grinding war since but I was kind of like you. It was like Bitcoin's really good at just stalling out. You know what sometimes were you like. The volatility dies and then you start wondering okay. We're GONNA get the move like what the fuck you know and then maybe it'll make a big move but all of a sudden it'll completely you know retrace that entire move move in just goes back to where it had started the day. Was this evening fucking happen. Like what like you know so you start to get impatient or something and then it will hit you with the move good at that so. Where do you guys think we go from here now. What do you think do well. I knew you'd asked me because whatever but right now I mean I'm sure and I think I don't think the two hundred day moving average averages going to hold and think we're going to below it Kinda. I hate to say this and I probably wrong so please. Don't listen to me but just in my opinion. I think we're GONNA see Seventy six seventy five hundred range. At least maybe dip into the sixes. No I know but to just Kinda. You know an impact yesterday. I just got toot my own horn because everyone that knows me knows. I'm not really that big. The margin trader is not really my thing and I'm trying to get a little better at it and experimented a little bit but I started at about ninety five fifty yesterday yesterday close at right at nine thousand and then my my plan was to instantly turnaround in long nine thousand but we got to nine thousand. It just kept falling. It split through hundred so fast that I it surprised me honestly it caught me off guard a how quickly and had I not had I not been you know watching it and preset stuff. I'd have been screwed but then I I kind of had felt like that. Seventy nine ninety five eight thousand range we would see along there and I had longed eight thousand two hundred and then I ended them at eighty five hundred so pretty good day bad but no I think you know I think if the two on a dozen hold we're gonNA probably fall into the sixes. Yeah I see I think I think maybe you're more UH. I don't know maybe I'm more optimistic in. Maybe all end up looking like an idiot for I now. I can't say if the you know we're going to hold this two hundred a white. If we do fall I would personally. I believe that seventy five that seventy five zone is going to hold up for us. I think there will be a lot of people with six K. area bids that are just gonna be left without any fills. Seventy five five is kind of in the zone. I was watching for for a while. You know it's like eighty five eighty. I it was always the eighty five can't hold them. Seventy five will probably be on top. Stop Banal since kind of re looking at things like okay well. This eighty three's on which seems at right now is providing some support is actually a pretty important zone to be watching but I think like going into the end of this week. I honestly like I have a hard time. Seeing any big relief rallies going into the end of this week. I think after the contracts you know the Sammy closes the contracts expire than you know so we might see the classic weekend pump that that could be something that I could see happening just with all. That's taking place right now. I'm just really curious to see what the next week the next after from you know we go through this weekend coming up and how we're going to perform the next week and try and get a read on what could be in store for the next quarter. I'm Kinda leaning to the angle that this does this drop that we have. It's the long term it's buying opportunity. It's just you know surfing the volatility in the meantime so right and the thing is like it's easy to forget but there has been a like sorta smaller uptrend the past ten months or so you know and so I mean it's still up like well like double since then which is if you keep things in perspective. I mean that's quite a return got but it's the rollercoaster bitcoin but you know something interesting. I've I've kind of picked up on a little bit is one of the hallmarks I think of the last all season was at the very beginning there were these sporadic sort of solo all pumps so before everything started going up like pretty much every single day there were like certain coins where you would just see things like pop you know and they would go on runs uh-huh and people will get foam oh and rush into them an Yada Yada Yada you know they kind of go in different sports and I am seeing some of that I one that I thought was is like super interesting. which is this is actually in my fantasy portfolio is the loom saloon was up like thirty five thirty six percent today and and I don't know why but I mean but it it's kind of bucking the trend of a lot of other things and so I thought that's interesting because I definitely remember that from the beginning last all season yeah that is interesting our own house right now on the fantasy portfolios which we have the new leader that means? I'm not the leader. This is we'll get there. That's tough we WANNA get into like I'm curious. How at least fantasy portfolios are due to okay yeah since we're talking about it. I'll just bring it up so still holding down. Last place is well. Oh my God point eight four seven while a two point eight four so you went up. Yeah Oh ended this is updated as of now because loom is okay so then is up to one point one eight. BTC How ever ever have one that's the lowest of all the N. B. is point seven two seven Kevin beat God getting shellacked. Why'd you guys let me pick that. You'd be really just went to the funny in second place and what let's talk. Let's talk about that for a second. I didn't expect to get crushed. I didn't Uh-huh like just decided lost that thirty handled level and it just a recent that is just been okay. We're just GONNA die it. That's true as soon as thirty one. It was just like it got. Another like fifteen points like right away. We I'd be remiss if we didn't give a shoutout route two ledger for this because he had a great short thesis that he actually submitted to block towers like thesis competition and it has he didn't win. The competition ended unfortunately but it has played out almost perfectly according to what he thought was going to happen. I didn't WANNA believe it. I kind of dismissed it but you bought on unfortunately okay so yeah. Shadow alleged that man in second place is me me yeah buddy but you eight seven one and my highest is our door at one point one six. BTC Scissors your your new leader in town folks later last week. Listen to list. I was leading last week ship. Shoot your new leader with a balance of three point zero three five profitable and your highest is the highest of all F. T. T. is one point one nine. BTC that just above break even survive him. You're in agree this. There's probably too long ago. Did we draft. Was it like a month. let me see yeah. I want to say it's been definitely been that lat long. Things like exactly four weeks feels like roughly that August twentieth pretty close to say it's a marathon not a sprint got. Three months left on well. I don't know if you've ever been in first place. It doesn't matter it doesn't matter I'm telling you guys into a false sense of security early on lurking behind saving my energy. I'm GonNa make a hard push on the home stretch when alcohol when all season starts beginning December you're gonNA moon ship to to the Front Yup Planet like this. I wanted to get comfortable even though we can't make any changes that's. I like your input on the Solo. POPs 'cause loom has been just going crazy and we've got some hope him you know I like. I said my bitcoin prediction was was that seventy six seventy five hundred range if we don't really say they were going into sixes that is not what I want for the record. I'm I might be short right now. Yes but I am bullish. We're going. I said in a tweet something about we're GonNa dip into X. before we hit a new all-time high by end of year. I don't know if that's going to happen. No I still think this is going to end up. Just this is going to be one big buying opportunity. It's just try not to get steamrolled in the process. Yeah I think so too. I'm kind of like I'm scared to do anything right now. So I'm just going to wait and see how it plays out a little bit more no I'll go. I'll say jail like you. No you sound like you think that what the time like guttering dumped aware on mcnew all-time high end of the year I can actually like see new all all time high by end of the year. It's not out of the question so I I do believe that this in the grand scheme of things as opportunity eh it's just how vicious is it going to be in the process. You know what I mean because I think in the end would look back on it. It's just a and I remember that shake and there's a thing to you know if you're not so comfortable leveraging using leverage some spot buys and hold until yeah just ride weather the storm in hold it yep talk leverage and was set something we've touched on to just don't blow yourself up because this is kind of stage where you gotta believe believe us when we say we've all been there especially killer and myself comple- always used to get print sane leverage idiots. You guys are so I don't go above five five x not even gone. Elo that that five yeah how about how all the fucking next liquidations I mean like seven hundred million yesterday just the big fucking urge like I don't know when you see and you know wherever saying because I was busy navigating Darab Journal so you know their contract. Their futures cheers were just kidding. fucking destroyed a think what F. T. X. There's also like five hundred dollars below spot for a while. I think there's whereas like down there for the longest longest. I don't know how Max is doing though but I and some of their futures it was probably a very similar situation. yesterday was those crazy right and it's just also quickly so I don't know where I was saying this but in a group I was saying it's it's so much easier to to watch and stomach bitcoin down when you're in a short position addition like the whole time that I mean it just instant dumped just going and I'm just sitting here in every single hundred dollars. My eyes are just getting bigger and growing with Shitty to say because I feel bad for you. If you got liquidated dated I was so during the now this is where it got down to lake eighty five and then it it was kind of like chilling so during when he was around that eighty five's on this is when there was a Spanish debate where it was like you know five hundred dollars below right right and so on the futures contracts because I had a short writing for about like eighty seven or so like it wasn't very far up but you know I see this only fuck. It's five hundred dollars Lewis. I Okay I cannot close this right and so I ended up closing down there you know at that. Nice fucking discounted discounted price and you know I sure as shit like it ended up can pop back up probably five minutes later and then it was like okay nice like I can add that position on because really the position was more of a hedge for some other exposure had and so you know kind kind of worked out nice but he was saying like honestly I was impressed. I was actually able to get trades through so I was too. That was you know as everyone knows. I am now a Canadian citizen so when I was on debit yesterday that was that was Kinda nice to see yet you hit the order and it goes through instead I had I didn't. I didn't expect that so it works good. That's probably the worst part when these dumps hopping been stuck behind bit Max so many times where it's just you just you're trapped. You're literally. You can't do anything nothing I mean even when it gets its worst stowe. It's still not as bad as like the older exchanges when you'd be trading on margin and they would just look at the fan in terms of like too much volume. Paulo would just go off completely offline. You couldn't even though the page got an error message website unavailable. It's like what like forget humongous biggest margin position open. Right now highly leveraged yes. I'm risking way too much like those are like yeah that now that I've resisting and it's like you know just being on debit for that. It was like a ten minute span that was like a war zone but now remembering like Polo and win like because it was mainly during the ripple pumps when ripplewood really get going and Polo is like the place to be and it would just die and and then it would open back up and it would just be like everybody and their dog complaining that I've just lost my entire. Life savings like what's going on. I was just I was just up the house and then you went on lied and now down everything I wake county two zero what's going on. That's funny. I think now's a good time to say. You should never invest more than you're willing to well. Let's just like you know in like you know vibe. It had some shit recently approaches some massive like I don't know it's the should should is like so ridiculously common crypto. You know it's like it's terrifying but you almost just go to you kinda. Just come to expect it right. It's like fuck you. We know it's probably going to happen at some point somewhere. You just hope it's not going to be where you are when you're in a trade against. You're just part of it. I mean I guess for all the shit that MEX gets it. It still holds up fairly well. I mean like submission errors but you don't get any huge scam with candles like say. Cracking does some rights. That's a bright side granted. You can't really get any orders through and somebody else. Has that edge over you but you're not gonNA get scam linked to aggressively also I just imagine Arthur like sitting in a dark room like in the throne type chair like emperor palpitation or something like twelve all of monitor's up and he's just like looking at the order books he's like Oh stops at eighty three hundred off just maniacal laughing as he just not even like he's sitting sitting in this massive room thirty five hundred square foot room and he has ten monitors emperor's chair and he's like dumping net liquidations and he's sitting there going. That's exactly true yeah we need. We need to get some positive like Juju on these markets here Prince. Can you channel some kind of spirits. Awesome can do fellas. I think honestly I think I think everyone's going to be smiling. In a month's time we go. We're giving our fantasy football updates and from positive to positive even though prince took a took an last week Canelo by we'll get to you. We'll get to member so just update for everyone. That's not familiar doesn't remember we each shaw. We started a three podcast. Leagues were each have our own league winner. Each league's plays the last two weeks for the Zell Core Championship chip which is the only block chain crypto currency platform. You need hold over twenty thousand assets in one location trade seamlessly. Ilker plus check amount as L. DOT network so their their plan plan for this title last year. Was it bits. Berg that one it last year yeah. He's going to crush this year. He's getting Steve Stephen. I can't lay up 'cause I gotta play him and he steamrolled me last year and you know I don't forget and your management team. Is I mean well. Did you end up fire in the coach. We almost made a serious talk with coach serious. We had a serious shot down. I looked him in his eyes and I do. I do try and get a feel as men is going to lead the way or is he not giving him a chance. You know management kind of took over after our I loss or two in one though I didn't like a lot of our performance. I thought it was just piss. Parole around ended up making some moves so you know the message got sent to the FELLAS. You know I don't WanNA lose. You know we lose. I'm GonNa have to shake some things up right. I do care Johnson ounce of offensive trades out there. You know I'm doing I gotta do so. I got rid Lamar Jackson and what's this dudes name Keillor Exeter pronounce. Hey you know what though how good is that looking now that Gordon's reporting Demont and that's the thing right so now I got Boyd Boyd and Mac in return so my running backs like fucking good right now with Mac and and yeah that news came out like the day okay after I completed this trade so and that was like my biggest worry right was like fuck like he. He is at the high baby yeah exactly he's playing good but he's a liability right now. So what made proud of the team proud of the management group right now things are working out and we got a big week coming up here so with that said Prince's League is the Ohio Bitcoin Dot Com League BITCOIN DOT COM crypto market capitalization price index website same tools as all all the other ones except they had the real time price data. GT METRICS DOT COM gave him a check him out well. How bitcoin dot com tunes hurts me to say this. My nephew tunes towns. He is winning yearly. He is three now. He's scored four hundred eleven point two points which is the he's got a big game this week. Oh that's a heavyweight hits. You know his opponents to in one too and I you know I mop the floor with him in week one but guys for real he's is your that's a that's a heavyweight matchup this week so we're state. We're GONNA watch that matchup this week. Tens is overall leading score right now and God help us that does not continue Kudos to him for being a gigantic giants homer just next level is and he's actually a pretty good kid. He can flip him some shit and he's GonNa take it and flip it right back so there's Donna sort chicken nuggets yeah. What the hell is that the the sweet potato fries and then dry noodles underneath come on tunes yeah yeah it was funny when he said that in our in that group? Chat and ledger goes this looks like something my my three and two year old would e okay moving on in Ardmore League. It's a platform for business in developers that provides quick easy cost effective and scalable ways to use the blockchain. I changed that come out at art or platform Dot Org. That's Wales League. Charlie Ponzi is three now has scored three hundred thirteen point eight points while you WanNa give the little update on your team. Well I started to. I one this past week so I am one into now still in last place but I feel better I feel like the momentum is trending in the right direction. I dumped WANNA buy crappy. Running backs picked up Wayne Gelman. WHO's GonNa play in replacements. Ace moments of Ciclon got hurt so I'm expecting big things from him. still don't love my team but I am really should at running back which is kind of important fantasy but trending in the right direction bear on the block. They're all on the trip. You know what I've I've. I've all that multiple weeks running now but they don't seem to get the message. I think I got a bunch of complacent divas a bunch of guys who aren't respecting management right right now. You gotTA think power move is in order. Yes I need to cut my best player. Some yeah you gotTa send a message to the guy's. GotTa realize yes. I think Julio or Kelsey they're getting the axe just as a symbolic power commissioner in the league drop them but don't tell them but then atom back the very beautiful. I've thought so many times about just like sneakily engineering trade and like hopefully nobody notices. I just see somebody off. Somebody else's bench because you can do that as the commissioner. I think he can. Just put people wherever you want. Hopefully none of them are listening but yeah things to look and see above above it and you know what after all. It's our league. DO WE WANNA do it'll be fun. It'll be funny when all three of us are fighting the last two weeks on how we're going to rig this scam scribbling just changing records. All three of US are league champions L. Last week with point adjustments of yeah. I actually scored one hundred fifty. Five million points who sang somebody lost their game by a hundred points last year. There was a minor league is Pittsburgh. It's best this week. I can't let up you know. I can't let up the office lose. His team listened to the PODCASTS. He has clear these players. They're tuning in their tune then. They know they better be else. They don't respect management exactly yeah all right finally Block Party League which is my league block party leverages digital identity blockchain smart contract technology and bring transparency security in fairness to the ticketing process for a creators in ten days find out more information at go. Oh Block party DOT COM H. L. Eighty three this is crutches. Buddy is winning. He's three and a three hundred sixty point three points he's. He's got pretty solid team actually little update on me I'm wanted to I'm not happy I can't. I just can't get the momentum going. I've consulted with some princes princes upper management and we made some trades some pretty gigantic trades didn't start him last week. I got Joe Mixon. I didn't start because he's been a bum lately and he got pissed off a Mamie pay and I don't blame him because I didn't start it so it would have won. I won my match so that's that's the coach's fault. We fired the coach just blaming everybody else so many leaks in the season clearly. It's not my fault respect someone in he's he's got so many championship rings. That Larry Fits so he's talking about. Gay can't even open doors rings no Joe Mixing Kelly. Who's WHO's the biggest problem on your team. Who's been the biggest disappointment. Oh Aw Cam Newton. What a me too. That was my last year. He no longer. Why didn't you warn US prints aw I got rodgers and now though so it's GonNa be interesting. I guess slow though he's been upsetting people but interesting delegate. We'll get back to a yeah so you know we had a players only meeting which actually they don't know. I have the Mir's are see through so I was sitting there. Listening aw was real encouraged with what they said you know. devante. Adam has been underperforming but he's still working hard. He's coming back. He's ready to go. I'm expecting big week from Devante and if not he's GonNa Trade for peanuts. Insulting trade defend him. You know what I'm GonNa do. I'm trading him for Andrew Luck. Here's WanNa hear some funny. This is actually true now. There was the team one of the teams I played with junior. They actually released a guy for a new set. Jerseys settled jerseys away measure. It was like Dick News like yeah. I'm going to play for the other team and they're you know in our division and everything this. This is like a few seasons before I played there but yeah I was imagining you. You're not leaving easy and so the team ended up getting in touch with all right look will you you give them to us. You're going to buy New Jersey on the Dick Sporting goods or something. It seems interesting shipment now. It was just another team in our leaguer like to tell me he got hurt and play. No he was good but he is. He's an Asshole but yes got New Jersey's from the guy so I've heard stories is crazy ship yet so so total that is so funny total league scoring Prince. Your League is in last at thirty eight three thousand eight twenty four whale failures the second to last four thousand three and my my league is still holding strong third week in a row. We are out scoring all of you so clearly my wanted to record is better almost better than prince two in one record because my league is better so thanks for listening but no it it it's it's fun. It's a lot of fun so now when you're losing though not not that much fun what's frustrating. Radian is when you're losing your trying to make moves and no one's making moves with you. I haven't gotten a single trade done. I've done trades and they've all been in with the same team so that says some stuff to trade especially this early in the year because you know even if you're on three you could still will turn it around but that's all we got tonight for Wale big. Daddy prints the Canadian classic and myself. Thanks for listening tip your waitress. WHO's with the boys hop on there still Time Hop on the Bears Bandwagon Bandwagon Super Bowl Champs. We'll let you but pretty soon. We're GONNA sail. The ship aren't Prince Trubisky is gonna run with things now. Oh you look. That's turning point in week three. Now we go. We go all right. Thanks for listening. Take care everyone catch you later.

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