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"bush charles" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"bush charles" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Rookie year. I just flat beat him out. He said he's never seen anybody that that that prepares and does this thing takes when he learns to practice field and then put it on the game tape. Troy wanna hear that. I was doing well remember as raw rookie as a fourth round. Pick that mack truck as in mac jones. Tony romo mack jones. He just ran over a little different that he got an opportunity to actually start. While tony was supposed to be the incumbent it would happen. Skip twenty roll. We'll gave him an opportunity to be seen hurt. He got hit the back and he got hurt. The ball game that was in seattle. Even prestigious dad got how tony romo got in. That was he got. He got hurt in the third. It was the dress rehearsal. Preseason game at seattle. And and. I'm like this kid back is something here. We went yet right so you got up so he let them get an opportunity to see that for an extended period of time. Matt jones talked about w. w w ee. I was about the opportunity that he got to get extended rips. He did because of go. Hold a misunderstanding understanding so now back to dak prescott. My owner is not sold on. Do and you have said that. The most pressure in dallas is on the quarterback. he's going to make seventy five million and don't think braided and have this up on his bulletin board. He make seventy five. I make twenty seven point five and brady second on the quarterback palest last year will. That's fifty million different forty-five off the field. Okay we'll you can argue. Dax making somewhere ballpark will will. I think it's more than twelve. He's got so many national commercials but the point. Is that in the big picture. This is a huge year for dak prescott in it starts tomorrow night with with no reps. No preseason is. That's why i say that has the most pressure because you said it. He's playing for owner. Dave i i agree so it's up to dak challenged back right here right now to show us show him shut him up or turning around the next time he blows about deck. He should be glowing for legit reason where he did that. He threw for three fifty and beat. Outplayed tom brady at tom. Brady skjei some something to be said. Sometimes no matter what that does a less dak wins the super bowl. He's i still believe he's going to be that. Tony romo was better in. His thing is like if i had given twenty role these weapons. Yeah tony romo tried. What he believes agreed. Well here we go. i'm sorry just give. It is what it is and the nfl. Kickoff week guys. It is sponsored by las vegas because finally football is here. Your home for all live sports. Every game match race and competition is always on more undisputed long former usc and patriots fullback. Sam bam cunningham passed away at the age of seventy one. Yesterday cunningham famously ran for one hundred thirty five yards and two touchdowns to beat an all white alabama team in one thousand nine hundred seventy which led to bear. Bryant's decision to start recruiting black players. Jerry claiborne former crimson. Tide assistant famously said sam cunningham did more to integrate alabama in sixty minutes. Martin luther king did in twenty years shannon. What is your reaction to this. News and cunningham's impact on football. I did not know sam cunningham. Personally but i play with his younger brother randall. The referred to his bam but i understood who he would what he represented of a lot of people realize this but that was his first game. Starting it was. He's a freshmen. Because freshmen could play. Football and basketball was the only college sports that didn't allow freshmen play. All the other sports allow college freshman the plate so it wasn't until seventy two seventy three which college freshman got an opportunity to play. Let's get what he did now. Nineteen i think the first year was maybe sixty seven. I think kentucky had a guy a black guy that would play net nor nor his name but in football it wasn't until bam cunningham because back this kept the only time the alabama played the. Us's were in bowl games. Team from the west didn't go south and play him going down there and and and coach bryant seeing up close and personal. What black players could do. That was also the first time. But all black backfield. Clair's davis and jimmy. Did they have black quarterback and black and black fullback. Who right before your very good da. Da li behind it just thinking about this. This was this was the early seventies. Jackie robinson broke the color barrier forty seven nineteen sixty four with the civil rights. Act that was supposed to be in compliance. That was sixty four. we're talking about delays seventies. And they still hadn't come into compliance. It wasn't until the federal government says we're gonna withhold federal funding. If you don't do the right thing. The eighteen eighty six case. Plessey bertha ferguson separate but equal was no logo ago platt getting scale and once they did it the floodgates open having the same thing in football get what he started doing going to black collagen getting like. Did you see what happened. It changed the trajectory. They got these black players in baseball Jackie robinson open all of a sudden. The willie mays the henry era. The frank frank robinson's it changed the dynamic and bam cunningham the reason why a lot of these black athletes what you see going to usc and into alabama and all these schools bam cunningham. This was legion. Field in birmingham alabama. Packed house yes opening game. Opening saturday afternoon. I watched it. But i wasn't old enough to get the magnitude of what was about to transpire but usc from the west coast. Yeah from southern california which was much more open minded emperor aggressive said. Watch this and you're right. Coach bryant washed it up close and very personal just for the record. He had already recruited one player. Wilbur jackson who is not yet playing team but all of a sudden. The floodgates opened and coach bryant was going to win three national titles through the rest of the seventies through that decade. And it's because of this. This was momentous this breakthrough that happened in large part because bam had that game a hundred and thirty five and two touchdowns and he was one of the first to the one yard. Leap touched mike. That's how he got the nickname ban. One of the great nicknames in the history sports has say am band right because he he was a he was a fullback skin. There we all know you tailback because they had oj might garrett and they already had oj oj. might gary then all of a sudden got class. You've got bam cunningham. Reggie bush charles white worrying. They will and i had the privilege in about seventy five ish of interviewing sam bam cunningham. Remember he became new england's all time leading still in in. He was a delight because he was very wise beyond his years. He knew what was happening that day and his point was to me they wanted to. We beat the hell as forty two to twenty one. They won to because it opened the door. Now officer either answer. Ozzy talks about they aren't they gave me. Yeah because he ended up going to alabama yep very interesting thank you rest in peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with bands family. What a legendary legendary.

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"bush charles" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"bush charles" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"I everyone and welcome to be on the great with me. Tom talks and we've got a spring in our step this week because not only is it the british grand prix which was the first f one race i ever attended back in one thousand nine hundred. Three beyond the grade has won a gong at the british podcast awards and a cafe at all. We one of the sport's biggest stars on the show this week charlotte lamb. He may not have the car to challenge for the title. But shaw is flying this year. He's had two pole positions in monaco and baco and he's shown. Incredible consistency in the races is currently sick in the world championship. Making him the highest place driver without a top three finish and scholley. It's only a matter of time before he adds to his tally of twelve. Podiums charles being on the podcast before back in two thousand eighteen when he was still racing for alfa romeo salva in his rookie season. So our chat. This time focuses on his years in red with ferrari. We reflect on his stupendous first season with the team in two thousand nineteen when he won a couple of races and came so close in bahrain as well and we look at how he's coped with the climb back to competitiveness after a tough twenty twenty. We also talk about teammates and team bosses. Bush charles talents arm limited to driving racing cars. He's developed a multitude of interests away from racing since we last spoke so we discuss those as well. And let's just say he's multitalented. It was great to spend time with them again. I hope you enjoy our conversation so great to see you. Last time you came on the pod. You're still a sour driver. Yeah there's been a lotta water under the bridge since then a little bit. Yeah things has changed quite quite quickly. let's deal with the whole big picture. Ferrari in what ways has driving for ferrari changed your life. I mean first of all. It was a dream since Since child obviously it was just incredible to know that. I will be driving for the team. I've always dreamed to be we since being a child. Then second in my private life also a little bit because friday drivers. I beat easier to recognize that. When i was in enough romeo so each a change a little bit but on the other hand half. You say that. I'm quite lucky in monaco people. I used to see formal drivers. So i'm actually having a normal life. Can you remember your first day's work for the team i do. I was very very impressed. By how many people were working on the cars I mean ferrari. We are a lot of people are the beginning. I felt quite lost to be honest. I really didn't know to who. I should speak to refer dotto dotti shoe but thankfully they really helped me and they was lost in the first days and and help me by putting just my mind geneva as a as the person to talk to for anything and then my engineer will help me to. Just go to the right guys at the right place. Yeah but it was very very impressive the first few days. How long did it take you to get your feet under the table at the team feel comfortable. I was comfortable from the from the beginning. I had a lot of things to learn but it felt like Like i've known them since a longtime straight away on the social relationships Then to feel comfortable in the way such a big teamwork's probably nearly a year will say nearly a year to understand exactly the dynamics. So the team. How you face issues. How you react to those problems. Yeah probably almost a year sommese and it's a long time really it. The man who only spent one year and every formula on the way up. Yeah yeah it is. It is a very very long time. But he's very very interesting to live. It fills a lot shorter and you can see oldest stepson every time. You are learning something that you have light than you are. You're just getting a better a better understanding of how everything works and also you feel more in control of the of the situation. How much better you now than you. Oh when you arrived my feel like. I've grown a lot as a driver as a person. How much better is difficult to quantify. But i definitely feel a better driver compared to when i when i first arrived just how much detail we are going into after every Difficult races bowl softer good races. We've had y'all always try to analyze absolutely everything and it makes it so interesting. I mean it's a easter sports where i'm always learning. I think anybody on these while everybody on this grid is actually learning. Every time they get into the car. It's so complex to extract one hundred percent of the car that you you learn something every time you get in it so it's It's very interesting. We're gonna come onto some races in them in it but before we do that you've developed a few interests since she lost came on the podcast and i wanna talk to you about some of them piano for example. I've seen. I know i was looking at your instagram. And there's some fingers playing the piano. How do i know they use get question. Tell me about your draining. Bring beyond noah the next race struck and hopefully show you that it's actually me. That's a that. Plays it. But i i enjoyed.

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"bush charles" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"bush charles" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"I everyone and welcome to be on the great with me. Tom talks and we've got a spring in step this week because not only is it the british grand prix which was the first f one race i ever attended back in one thousand nine hundred three beyond the grade has won a gong at the british podcast awards and a cafe at all. We one of the sport's biggest stars on the show this week charlotte lamb. He may not have the car to challenge for the title. But shaw is flying this year. He's had two positions in monaco and baco and he's shown. Incredible consistency in the races is currently sick in the world championship. Making him the highest place driver without a top three finish and scholley. It's only a matter of time before he adds to his tally of twelve. Podiums charles being on the podcast before back in two thousand eighteen when he was still racing for alfa romeo salva in his rookie season. So our chat. This time focuses on his years in red with ferrari. We reflect on his stupendous first season with the team in two thousand nineteen when he won a couple of races and came so close in bahrain as well and we look at how he's coped with the climb back to competitiveness after a tough twenty twenty. We also talk about teammates and team bosses. Bush charles talents arm limited to driving racing cars. He's developed a multitude of interests away from racing since we last spoke so we discussed those as well. And let's just say he's multitalented great to spend time with them again. I hope you enjoy our conversation so great to see you. Last time you came on the pod. You're still a sour driver. Yeah there's been a lot of water under the bridge since then a little bit. Yeah things has changed quite quite quickly. let's deal with the whole big picture. Ferrari in what ways has driving for ferrari. Changed your life. Well i mean first of all. It was a dream since Since child so obviously it was just incredible to know that. I will be driving for the team. I've always dreamed to be with since being a child. Then second in my private life also a little bit because friday drivers. I beat easier to recognize that. When i was in enough romeo so each a change a little bit on the other hand half you say that. I'm quite lucky in monaco. People i used to see formal drivers. So i'm actually having a normal life. Can you remember your first day's work for the team i do. I was very very impressed. By how many people were working on the cars Meaning ferrari we are. A lot of people are the beginning. I felt quite lost to be honest. I really didn't know to who. I should speak to refer dotto dotti shoe but thankfully they really helped me and they see how lost in the first days and and help me by putting just my geneva as a as the person to talk to for anything and then my engineer will help me to just go to the right guys at the right place. Yeah but it was very very impressive the first few days. How long did it take you to get your feet under the table at the team feel comfortable. I was comfortable from the from. The beginning. had a lot of things to learn but it felt like Like i've known them since a longtime straight away on the social relationships Then to feel comfortable in the way such a big teamwork's probably nearly a year will say nearly a year to understand exactly the dynamics. So the team. How you face issues. How you react to those problems. Yeah probably almost a year. It's amazing it's a long time really it. The man who only spent one year and every formula on the way up. Yeah yeah it is. It is a very very long time. But he's very very interesting to live. It fills a lot shorter and you can see oldest stepson every time. You are learning something that you have light than you are. You're just getting a better a better understanding of how everything works and also you feel more in control of the of the situation. How much better you now than you. Oh when you arrived. I feel like i've grown a lot as a driver as a person how much better as difficult to quantify. I definitely feel a better driver compared to when i when i first arrived just how much detail we are going into after every Difficult races bowl softer good races. We've had y'all always try to allies absolutely everything and it makes it so interesting. I mean it's a easter sports where i'm always learning. I think anybody on these while everybody on this grid is actually learning. Every time they get into the car. It's so complex to extract. Turned out of the car that you you learn something every time you get in it. So it's It's very interesting. We're gonna come onto some races in them in it but before we do that you've developed a few interests since she lost came on the podcast and i wanna talk to you about some of them piano for example. I've seen. I know i was looking at your instagram. And there's some fingers playing the piano. How do i know they us get question. Tell me about your draining. Bringing beyond noah the next race struck and hopefully show you that it's actually me. That's a that plays it but i i enjoyed.

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