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"butte community college" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I have anything left to prove on the field. He said that and that was kind of a Whoa. Moment for me because I've never heard him say that before. He's always had something to prove. He has always been a quarterback that hat and other athletes to and a lot of people. Whether you're an athlete or or you work in radio, or you're a lawyer, but Something motivates you. And for a lot of people, it's prove others wrong, prove others wrong. So if you followed his his career, remember, he went from high school to junior college and in junior college because he wasn't offered a scholarship of deep He didn't go D one right out of high school. So if you think about it In high school, trying to prove yourself on the field, and he goes to Junior college. Would Butte Community College one and in junior college? At Butte. He's trying to prove himself that I deserve to be the one that he ultimately gets, Uh, position there at Cal. He goes to California right and competes a cow. And what is he doing there Trying to prove himself, trying to prove him to himself and prove to others that he should have been here all along, and that he can play at the next level. Then it's draft day and we all know what happened on draft day. Right could have been the topic. But he doesn't He slides the slides all the way to the Packers. And so when he's drafted, and now he's a professional. He trying to prove himself to prove himself at the professional level prove that all those teams were wrong for passing on him trying to prove to all those all those other coaches who who said no, We're not going to draft this guy and he kept sliding and sliding. Prove that they made a mistake. Then as a packer. He's trying to prove on the field that he can take over for Brad Fire, and it took a few years, but ultimately he proved that he could because they chose him over five. We know that saga And so he's now playing. He's a starter in the NFL, and he is now proving I have to prove on the field that I'm better than all those other teams that passed on me. And then eventually you trying to prove that you can win a Super Bowl and he does win a Super Bowl. So he checks that box, then eventually as the relationship between him and Mike McCarthy Evolve or devolve. He's got to prove to Mike McCarthy. I think in some ways that he's smarter than him. You know what? I know what I'm doing a little bit more than you know what you're doing as a play caller, So he's again trying to prove always proving himself on the field and then coaching change happens. And he's trying to prove that he was more than just a product maybe of Mike McCarthy system and what not prove that I can stand on my own proved that I can work with this new coach. Because a lot of people behind the scenes or or speculating man, there's a lot of friction. There's a lot of infighting between Rogers and the new coach. So what my point is, he's always Been proving himself on the field. And so when I hear him say, I don't feel like I have anything to prove on the field anymore. I I just That kind of gave me pause and I went, uh That's interesting. It gives us insight into where he is on his career trajectory, where he is, from a maturity standpoint, where he is in the grand scheme of his career. That does not. I realized many of you are going to say, Well, that clearly means he doesn't care as much anymore. And I'm not saying that That's the case. I'm just saying what motivated him for his entire career. One of the primary motivations was proving himself on the field. And that, according to his own words, is no longer a thing. You can still be motivated. By other things by other entities. I think he still wants to be great in some respect, and he talked about that, and he is motivated by the love of the game. He talked about that as well, but that proving himself on the field is no longer a motivating factor for him, And I think that is a very significant development as You know, we we learn, and we know who Aaron Rodgers is. Leave the leave The man bun alone. I'm not going to have a man but I don't care about his hair. But just something to file away as the season progresses in what could be his last, okay? When we continue a larger philosophical question, and I don't know where this is going to go. I don't know how this is going to go. I don't even know how I feel about it. Because there's a certain Push pull when it comes to the Global initiative to get the planet vaccinated from Covid. That while many nations many established nations, the most civilized of countries like ours. Are Still are now approaching a booster phase, Okay? Is it a philosophical debate? Is it a more moral debate? Perhaps both will try to have it when we come back, and I'll need your help. Stick around more. The Steve Scott et.
"butte community college" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Left to prove on the field. I think it's more about I don't believe I have anything left to prove on the field. He said that and then he goes on with his answer, and I thought I don't know that I've ever heard him say that before. And if you think about the Aaron Rodgers that we have come to know He has been what motivated to prove people wrong on the field. His entire life or his entire career. From collegian all the way to the professional ranks right from high school. To, uh to Junior college. Remember? He didn't go straight from high school to Cal. He hit was a Butte community colleges that the juco he went to in between. So think about it in high school. The man is more everybody's motivated by different things. He is motivated to prove people wrong to prove himself on the field, whether it was in high school, and he didn't get a, uh D one scholarship offer. So he goes junior college. What is he doing at Butte Community College? He is proving he is proving people wrong that he deserves a division one scholarship. He deserves a D one school, So he gets ultimately to Cal, right? He plays that count when he's at Cal. What he's out there to prove to people on the field that he deserves to be here. And he was looked over by going to a community college. Then he gets drafted and we all know his draft story, right? He was arguably the top pick will be him or Alex Smith one or two and he drops to the Packers. Was it 26? I don't know. That's shame on me, but nonetheless, he gets passed over right. He gets passed over. By all those teams now he's in the professional ranks. You think he had something to prove? You better believe he had something to prove. He's backing up red fire for a few years before he's the starter. What is he doing? He's got to prove to to that coaching staff to Mike McCarthy eventually, but that coaching staff that what I can take this job. At some point, you have to give me this job. So now he's proving himself to the team that drafted him that he deserves to take over for five. Obviously, that worked. They did take him and we know how that played out. Then he's finally the starter of the Green Bay Packers. So what is he doing for years and years? He is proving to every other team that he should have been the number one pick or be picked over Alex Smith, certainly in that draft, So for years, he's motivated by what by proving himself better on the field than everybody else proving all those other teams wrong. You made a mistake by not drafting me. Every time they played San Francisco Yellow is heard he had extra in the tank from because he's from out there. But they passed him over and ultimately what? Proving what I need to be a Super Bowl champion. I will be a Super Bowl champion, so he's proving himself on the field as a Super Bowl champion. They win the Super Bowl and as the relationship with him and McCarthy evolved over time, I think it's fair to say he was trying to prove to Mike McCarthy that I'm a little smarter than you are. When it comes to running the offense So again, he's motivated. By proving to his own coach. I know what I'm doing, And in some cases, I think I know a little bit more than what you're doing for our offense. New coach comes in, right? What is he doing? He has got to prove to a new coach and proved to a new set and prove to all the naysayers. Oh, did you hear Aaron Rodgers and Matt LaFleur? They don't get along. There is a lot of friction there with the new staff. So what is he doing the last couple years he's proving To the outsiders that no, I got this were good. And don't forget, as we have now learned the underlying Proving is to management because we realized how much he and management have not gotten along. So he's looking to prove himself to management his own management for years now Ted Thompson, but mainly Goodykoontz the last several years. My point is this at every step along his career path, Starting all the way back in high school and junior college, he has been driven And I'm not the first to say this. I mean the people smarter than I, who followed the Packers day in and day out, will say it. He has been driven to prove people wrong on the field. And which which is why yesterday when he says, You really thought about retirement 100%. I.
"butte community college" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Big news, of course this week, as you know. All right, Let's start the big news and Wisconsin the Anopheles, the apparent unhappiness of one Aaron Rodgers, reigning NFL NBP, What National sports Reporter broke the story on Twitter last week. Was it Etienne rap before? Be Adam Schefter or see Jay Glazer B. That is correct. Adam Schefter is the correct answer. Because last Thursday, Yeah, we could go today. Yeah, well, we could spend in Wisconsin sports. All right number two. In the long history. The National Football League How many M V P. Award winners have been traded after winning the award A zero B one seat to a That is correct. What's the number three was back to Aaron Rodgers and roots with three time NFL M V. P and one of the 2010 Super Bowl with the Green Bay Packers. A California native, Roger began his football career, the small State College. We're transferring to the University of caliber keys. Where do you play before Cal was a Chiko states. Butte Community College or C. College of San Mateo B. That is correct three for three going to question him before when Aaron Rodgers signed his current contract with $134 million Made him on the highest paid players in the NFL. After what season does his current contract expired? 8 2021 b 2022 or C 2023? C That is correct and last, but not least, question number five. Aaron Rodgers posted two weeks of the popular TV game show Jeopardy this year, going in after the passing of Alex Trebek, Long time jeopardy host. He's scheduled to appear in an ABC sitcom later this month. What show? Will he be on a the Goldbergs? Be the Connors or C blackish. Hey, that is.
"butte community college" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"That's yakking it mortgage talk and text line. Geoff Rogers will not get the Jeopardy gig now that he's shown. What a jerk he is. Why, I don't know, but he was okay on jeopardy. I'm not dissing him, but he's Especially for a football player. Yes, the ratings went up slightly, but only slightly, But I think that was because it was kind of a curiosity. Let let's tune into jeopardy to see how well the football guy does, you know is Aaron Rodgers. His presence on that. Is that going to suddenly make you watch the show? And if you're a world class athlete, world class athletes don't walk away while they can still Play the game. Jeff let him go somewhere else and go into the Hall of Fame wearing a Butte community College jersey. Um Ouch, Jeff, One has to wonder what role is Fiance had and Roger's decision one out of Green Bay. They want to live in a bigger market. Closer to L. A. The love issue. I believe that zit Jordan love the quarterback is just a means to get out. Um Yeah. I mean, I think that's it. Let's see 5561616 20. Let's start with Kathy and West Dallas. Hi, Kathy. Do you think I don't know? And his issue is Look how many years he sat on the bench when inspire boys three years? Yeah. No. So if he was saying something like, I don't think that's going to be fair for someone to sit on the bench because I'm still gonna be there. That's one thing, But that's not what he's saying. And then for him to ask to have somebody fired is like just what it's like. What what do you you think? I mean that this is part of the problem where anybody thinks that there are bigger than an organization. I mean, the Packers at some point time, have toe print plan for the future, which is to your point is exactly what they did. They saw with Brett Farve that you know there was going to be a time when Brett Farve would have to move on, and they had the opportunity to pick Aaron Rodgers and he's turned out to be an outstanding replacement for Brett Farve, one of the best quarterbacks ever. I'm taking nothing away from that, but now he's 37 years old to be 38 this season. I think it would be irresponsible for the Packers not to be making plans. For for somewhere down the line, and I think it's incredible that you have a player that doesn't get that It's just and I want the general manager fired because of this. Give me a break. Totally. I agree. Absolutely this for anybody to ask for someone to lose their job because you don't like something that they're doing, right? Right? Yeah. No, thanks. You got one again and see. OK, You can argue that Okay. Should the Packers have communicated better? Yeah. All right, you know, but at the same time you're to me. To me. You show your respect for someone. If you're an employer, the best way you show your respect for somebody is how you compensate them and the Packers. At the time made Aaron Rodgers the highest paid player in football at the age of 36. Plus, they gave him a boat load of up front money. That's how you show your respect for somebody and for Aaron Rodgers to think that well, I just They shouldn't even be starting to think about my replacement. And I'm going to get my nose out of joint. It really it to me it just again. It shows in gratitude, and I've said this before the what? I'm borrowing line from George C. Scott in the movie patent. But you know, whatever else, people's failings are, the patent character would say, I'm not ungrateful, and Aaron Rodgers is being incredibly ungrateful that's taking nothing away from from his talent. And I think this is I think this is boomeranging. I don't believe that Aaron Rodgers when he started like putting out these stories through his people, I don't think he realized the fan reaction was going to be what it Woz and that is overwhelmingly negative. Now I understand that there's some people out there who just all this is just the the Packers really mishandled it. But I think most people can kind of relate to this and say, Wait a second if you give the highest paid player and football. And you're you're whining about the fact that they're looking for years down the road from when you're not here. Let's talk to Nick, Who's in Green Bay High Neck? You and Toby TMJ. Nick. Nick? Nick. Nick. Okay, let's try Bob and Greenfield. Bob, you're guilty. TMJ. Good afternoon. Hey, Jeff Foam. I'm a little more sympathetic with him, You know, like in 2010. When we won the Super Bowl. We've never replaced or never had that good. A group of wide receivers. Since then, you know, they've just gotten worse and worse and The league has gotten more path orientated of quarterback driven and You know, they never seem to be willing to invest in a creation wide receiver or draft on high the three guys that this one this GM drafted One of them got cut the first year, the highest and I'd say in general, most of the Packers wide receivers wouldn't be on and ah lot of tennis and a rock. Okay, let me let me stop you for all this Okay? Last year? Well, right last year, the Packers went 13 and three And we're you know, in in the NFC championship game here before that they went 13 year. But thanks. I'm sorry. We're the year before that they went 13 and three They've won the North Division for you know how many years you know, and and they can't exactly get over the hump. It's not like they're I don't know, you know, pick. It's not like that. The Jacksonville Jaguars. I mean, this is a team that has hasn't had incredible success. So for everybody says Well, they, you know they haven't invested in the team and they haven't made these changes. Well, there. They've won. They put out most years. Ah winning team. Not part of that is because of Aaron Rodgers. But my God, they went 13 and three last year and his nose is bent out of shape. They went 13 and three the year before that, and his nose is bent out of shape. I don't know that over those last two years is there. Is there any team? There's probably not many. If any, teams have had a better regular season record now. Admittedly, they've come up short. I'm just frustrated as any Packers fan about that, But for people who say Well, they're they're not providing quality players around him. Well, obviously they're doing something right? Because they win year after year after year, they could have been the Chicago Bears. Jeff If the issue is Roger's being upset over wasted years in Green Bay, he should have brought it up years ago. A new factor. Is this new life with getting married soon and wanting to raise a family close to home? That's what's changed. And he knows he has limited playing years and he wants to do what Brady did in Tampa. Um yeah, Jeff, we all wanna win. If you want to be the general manager and make the calls in the draft, be a general manager, if not shut up and play. Football. Well, yeah, Jeff. Sure. They went 13 to 3 without Rogers. They're probably eight. Nate. Okay, that's taking nothing away from Roger's being incredibly talented player, but But at the same time you got a team that's drafting towards the end of every round for year after year after year and and could they have brought in another player, too, and would have made a difference? Who knows that that's would've could've should've, but it's not like the Packers haven't produced a winning Team. Jeff I'm not a Tom Brady fan, but he would take less money so that they could have better players on the team to win. Being a lifelong Packers fan. I would love to see Aaron compete with Brady's.
"butte community college" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"This is again on third base like you get a triple talk to ari. Shout to him. You do have the camera on you at all times. I mean it is. It's wild him before the game. I saw you throwing up the West side what california bro. Were you doing that too. That on another team or on your own team this man. This is wisconsin. You know it used to be back in the nineties. It was for you know west side when you listen to some to bach or something but now it's it's for wisconsin man sometimes to do it with the you know the this and the other hand together but i think that looks too much like loser turned up at forty five degree angles so i really liked the old school. Just just shout amounts You went to wisconsin. And i enjoyed watching them play when he was there in the skin. Some love got a chance to talk to them after the game as well. I know you went to cow after you transferred in from what butte community college that correct hallowed respect. That's horrible the statement there. Yes so you transferred to cal from there. If you didn't go to cow. Was there any other like school out there that you wanted to play for anybody who would take me actually played some decent opponents. No offense now. I can say whatever i want I felt like at the time. I was not quite a d. three athlete. I got a lot of Interest from claremont mckenna occidental. Great lewis and clark get hot loosen. Clarkston gets hot. They knew around and find some shit. Yeah yeah they do. Britain elliott was quarterback. They're all set some records. He threw for like seventy thousand touchdown or something crazy. My boy. tim would appreciate the at which. I'm not gonna give them. Even i mentioned his name. But yeah i've felt like even teams like uc davis down the road show zero interest. A san diego state should a little bit interest before their staff Got let go But yeah if there was a walk on opportunity to school that You know one aa to even even vision to definitely have taken it. There was some throwback to you in the newspaper. You're twenty one years old did you. So you want to community college for one year to year and then you did you leave early from cal i did. Yeah to great semesters at juku. It cost eleven dollars a unit. They go to school mute. Thirty three credits. So a quick math tabulation three dollars. Uci cost my parents go to college and then went to Yeah went to cal for three semesters Why don't you go back and finish with the college for five. Semesters at eight and like there's a lot left and cow doesn't like it if you do classes outside did you gotta do your five core classes on campus in berkeley. That's what i was told my first year. 'cause i was. I got my backup. I do some classes. they said Yeah when are you gonna come live on campus and Take your glasses you never. I've always thought this. Aaron whenever they give people shit for leaving early and knock on getting their degree your degree always be there in. Are we not going to college to make money. Is that what you go to college. Fours to find your career if you can make money doing something like i feel like you should do that now. Granted if you're a seventh round or six round projection and maybe another. You can get your going. But anytime that conversation pops up with somebody who's top two round or top three round even in there like he should go back for his education. Like fuck that. Get your money dude. Who knows what's going to happen. That's how i feel. I'm not putting words in your mouth but since you left after five semesters i think you probably agree with me like you usually don't get the degree will always be there one hundred percent okay. I'm gonna say. I think i don't wanna i don't wanna get down the path of what my feelings about college in general but i'll just say that weekend because i get the same feelings biggest racket i've ever seen in my entire life. Yeah it's hard to hard to refute that come out of there with a lot of I think that you know people rip on like aj. You know these Yuppies like aj like the rip on the community college coaches or trade schools There's a great school up here. That just down the road and wtc and you got you know you're teaching kids real life skills. And i don't think college should have to be everybody Hey did you see how foxy isolated you there. By the way. I mean he was ahead on talk about the death crew to have to get out of college and i make a decent job craft definitely next ten or fifteen years. Yeah thirty I think you know my my quarterback goes told me. I should come back for another year after my junior year and i said I think i'm gonna go pro. Hey by the way. Your quarterback coach on draft night. When alex smith was taking and you're kind of flow and he was like fucking total celebrate. Nettle text me. The middle finger emoji on the flip phone t nine that thing. What do you got a so. You have all these these things around your head. I know that you like to to research and everything a. Are you going to write a book someday. Put all this in there in the second part of this question since you already started talking about college and everything. I'd like your opinion on like what do you think of the vaccine. What company has the best really windy lose. what are we doing. Hey folks in bosnia. Just go right in there..
"butte community college" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You're born more valuable to the team that brought you to the NFL. Then two other teams, potentially for sure. Like I think, Melvin Gordon. You know, Wisconsin Kid is a great example that went to Kenosha. Bradford played it You W he was drafted by the Chargers and went through a very similar situation at the end of his rookie contract. What Aaron Jones is going through right now. Melvin Gordon actually held out for a couple of weeks, then realized he had no leverage played out the rest of his contract didn't get paid by the Chargers and then in free agency only got eight million bucks a year from the Denver Broncos. So I think that it's a perfect example off what you're talking about a guy being more valued by the team that drafted him than anybody else. We're talking during the break about quarterbacks, bigtime quarterbacks who have taken concessions or readjusted their salaries. And their contracts to fit in other players didn't mention Tom Brady could Aaron Rodgers to the same thing Now it's tempered by the fact that he's also sort of in a situation where he may not be around long term. The answer is yes, but Aaron Rodgers just not going to do that. I don't I don't think he wants to give up money. And I don't think he has a lot of tremendous goodwill between him and the Packers organization right now where he would want to be the guy to say. You know what? Let me take a pay cut, so you guys can get what you want in terms of, you know, building more. The future in Green Bay. You know, there is something to that. That motivational aspect of drafting Jordan love. I think Rogers has been really good this year because of the comforting here to the office. I also think he's a little P o Death E organization, so I don't I don't see Aaron Rodgers taking a pay cut to accommodate anybody else. We gotta get to the brake put the irritated Aaron Rodgers is sometimes the best air Rodgers sure, absolutely isn't a bad thing to have a chip on your shoulder. He's played that way since he came on a Butte community College. I think that works for radio host, too. I think there is, yes, say mean things about the other Brian D and scruffy on this Monday, Monday morning quarterback you can weigh in at Morgan's talking tax on 85561616 20 after the break. I want to ask about the defense. Not bad in the second half will see what you want. New Orleans games holds for this team. Big Sunday night ER on NBC next week. We'll wrap up Monday morning quarterback after the break right here in more of the Steve Skippy show next.
"butte community college" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And baking and fermenting in the US for the culinary arts yeah as well as being a cyclist so he was in the bikes which later I got into cycling and and touring and also was a scientist he was a metallurgist and work for rocket dyne and so he sort of had that all those actions of of life and and I guess it really appealed to me so I was around fermenting beer from probably the the age of seven or eight or so huh and how how how how early the batches and it was a terrible thinkable okay thank you put him in a closet in your house where did you yeah well I had to hide him for my item for my mother and actually made a batch of of wine first which was pretty tragic which was out of Welch's can watch is great views and somebody used a hand of this during the making cans anymore yeah well all right so you you're you know doing home brewing and and I guess when you graduate high school in nineteen seventy two you decide that college isn't really going to be a saying that you you want to kind of just get out L. A. move that to northern California and you go you end up in Chico California a small town in the foothills of the Sierra that is that you get the idea was that's what he wanted to be for a while yeah so I so I got a job at a bicycle shop which was a a family owned business with the father and two sons working there in a pretty frictional environment the dynamic was not great and after no less than a couple of months I sure had a change of heart and say well maybe I should go to school and so I applied at the junior college to study chemistry in the end it up eventually transferring to Chico state and continued to take science classes I met my girlfriend and then later wife through a mutual friend about the same time this is this is your wife Katie that you met you met her at Butte community college well I met her she was going to Chico state and and I was transferring to Chico state and we connected and been.
"butte community college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"At home wine and was a so very progressive person for the timing and cooking and taking in for manning and elsewhere the culinary arts yeah as well as being a cyclist so he was in the bikes which later I got into a cycling and and touring and also was a scientist metallurgist and work for rocket dyne and so he sort of had that all those passions of of life and and I guess it really appealed to me so I was around for manning beer from probably the the age of seven or eight or so huh and how how how how early batches and with a couple of okay thank you put him in a closet your house where did you get well I had to hide him for my item for my mother and actually made a batch of of wine first which was pretty tragic which was out of Welch's can watches grape juice and some big east a can of what use thirty to make it in cans anymore yeah well all right so you you're you know doing home brewing and and I guess when you graduate high school in nineteen seventy two you decide that college isn't really going to be a thing that you you want to kind of just get out L. A. move that to northern California and you go you end up in Chico California a small town in the foothills of the Sierra that as they get the idea was that's what you wanted to be for a while yeah so I so I got a job at a bicycle shop which was a a family owned business with the father and two sons working there in a pretty frictional environment the dynamic was not great and after no less than a couple of months I sure had a change of heart and say well maybe I should go to school and so I applied at the junior college to study chemistry and ended up eventually transferring to Chico state and continued to take science classes I met my girlfriend and then later wife through a mutual friend about the same time this is this is your wife Katie that you met you met her at Butte community college well I met her she was going to Chico state and and I was transferring to Chico state and we connected.
"butte community college" Discussed on How I Built This
"So just a few days ago. Ken Grossman and I were supposed to be sitting side by side on stage at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco for a live. How I built this show to hear how he built. One of the biggest craft beer companies in the country but instead that events like every other event was cancelled. But we didn't want to miss out on getting a chance to hear Ken story because too good and to inspiring to wait until we can all go out again so we asked Ken to record himself from his home just outside Chico California and by the way that's how it's going to be for a while because our staff our guests me probably many of you were all at home now and starting to adjust to this very weird new reality. I'm gonNA confess something here. I feel a little bit conflicted about doing a show that celebrates building and creating when so many businesses are in trouble now. Somebody people are worried but I also think of this show as a place of hope and possibility this is GonNa be a long challenging journey for all of us and we're going to need stories of people who can inspire us with the challenges they've overcome and the battles they've waged the odds. They've defeated to build something truly special. Sierra Nevada. Now before we even get into Ken Story. We wanted to hear from him about how things are going with managing the crisis so far and of course in one way the company is in better shape than most because lots of people are in need of a beer these days so in places where they can get it they are buying it. They're buying a lot of it. And when I spoke to Ken a few days ago he told me his production facilities are still open but he has no idea how long it might last a lot of the businesses that we depend on to sell our products are severely challenged right now and you know having this kind of financial disruption happened to tens of thousands of small family owned and run bars restaurants With the stores across the nation is going to have a huge toll on the lives of those people. The economy's in those communities so it's it's been one of the most difficult and stressful weeks in our existence I've had a lot of them over forty years. It was a lot of sleepless nights but this is sort of the pinnacle of of things for us to have to work through an and to make decisions about and yes over the course of building. Sierra Nevada beer can has had a lot of sleepless nights starting with trying to build a craft brewing company in his twenties with barely any money. When people didn't really know a craft beer was in fact when can introduce his now legendary Sierra Nevada Pale Ale to his friends in one thousand nine hundred most of them thought it was undrinkable but today his company is the third largest craft brewery in the US. After Boston. Beer Company and yelling in Canton and his family owned one hundred percent of Sierra Nevada but making money and becoming rich from beer was far from Kansas at his core. He is a beer brewer. Not a businessman totally obsessed with the process with the hops and barley in the mall to the strains of yeast and his interest in brewing and fermentation actually started when he was a kid growing up. In La's San Fernando Valley. We had a a small neighborhood group of boys Growing up through elementary school. So I met my neighbor I think it was second grade and his father was a you even back then was making home. Beer and wine and Was a Super Very progressive person for the time. He's into cooking and baking and for Manning and culinary arts as well as Being a cyclist so he was into bikes. Which later got into cycling and touring and also was a scientist? He was a meddler just in work for Rocketdyne and so he sort of had all those passions of Of Life and and I guess it really appealed to me so I was around fermenting beer from probably the age of Seven or eight or so And seeing things boiling on the stove every weekend when he would brew and his Senate. I were best buddies for many many years. I ended up moving up to Chico when he attended Chico State. What was your friends? what was it? What was his dad's name must name the cow Molar County since passed away But Calvin Molar He was this a very early adopter of of the. The science of brewing mortem brewers back in that day. You know. We're using English old sort of crude books on how to make cheap beer but not necessarily You know how to make great beer and had a had a do it at home with sort of a science based yeah so He approached from a scientific side. So here here's what I'm wondering you are in high school and I guess from from whatever you bought your first home brewing Kit Around that time Which I think a lot a lot more high school juniors today would put in in the early seventies certainly not early sixties. Early in common Did you did you WanNa make beer because you liked it and wanted to drink beer? Or what was the? What was the thinking behind buying a home Brooklyn When I was young so I couldn't buy beer and so I just wanted to experiment with making bear. That was it. Yeah and he'll today if you want to brew beer you just go on the Internet and order the hops come in pellets and you know wherever you need and then you just do. It was it. Was it a little more complicated than nineteen sixty-nine It was so there were actually some Homebrew supply stores just getting started. And you could buy beer and wine. Making supplies at that. Point pumping was still illegal but They did Nobody got arrested for providing mulder hops. But if you think back to that era there was still a bit of a carryover from prohibition brewing and so you could buy malt extract even at hardware stores and it was You know sold with a crock and packaging east and a little block of some pretty lousy hops. But there there were ingredients that were still available. During the prohibition era and no good information on how to make great beer home there was just For those people who wanted to brew Abacha Cold Brew. And how how? How early batches I mean were. They terrible terrible. You put them in a closet and your house. Where did you go? I had to hide. 'em Hide Him from my mother and Actually made a batch of wine. I which was pretty tragic. Which was out of welches cantwell just grape juice and some bacon east a can of grape juice cans anymore And then I got some all extract and and being. A bunch of me did a plastic bucket and and started bruin a little bit. How did you? How did you know you weren't making like you know Botulin Eum or anthrax or something? I guess one of the things about beer making is that Things like that don't grow in Beer. I got you okay. alcohol the P. H. Hops are all inhibitory to Toxins not that you can't make bad beer but it's pretty impossible to make beer those kind of toxins yet. All right so you. You're you know doing home brewing and and I guess when you Graduate High School in Nineteen seventy-two You decide that College is really going to be. You're saying that you you you WanNa Kinda just get out. La Move Up to northern California. And you go you end up in Chico California a small town in In the foothills of the Sierra Nevada the idea was that's where you want to to be for a while. Yeah I got a job at a bicycle shop which was a family owned business With the father and two sons working there in a pretty frictional environment the dynamic was not great and after less than a couple of months I sort of had to change your heart and say well maybe I should go to school and so I applied at the junior college to study chemistry and ended up eventually transferring to Chico state and continued to take science classes I met my girlfriend and then later wife Through a mutual friend about the same time this is. This is your wife. Katie that you met you met her at Butte Community College matter. She was going to Chico. State.
"butte community college" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"F. became morning news let's talk to Kelly brothers now from Genevieve Burford and brothers good morning Kelly good morning a lot of fast food chains trying to change the perception of what it means to manage a fast food restaurant of course yesterday I told about Taco Bell they're experimenting now with a of one hundred thousand dollar salary for folks who actually run taco bells and today word out that shake shack is moving to a four day work week as they try to get the best managers they can to manage shake shack by the way shake shack is coming to the Sacramento area in the very near future also today we have Ilan mosque possibly getting a one billion dollar bonus as the market cap or market capitalization says to share price times this year's outstanding and and that's what the the company is worth as that approaches one hundred billion dollars bank earnings out JP Morgan city doing well Wells Fargo not as well Dow Jones industrial average up fifty points and twenty eight nine fifty six nasdaq down twenty four ninety two forty nine the S. and P. down four points gold down eight this morning oil up a little bit ten year bond yields one point eight two percent you know the one thing guys I loved about Aaron Rodgers even though he's with actors you know whenever he would introduce himself when they used to do that before the game and everything and they would give their college he would all say Butte community college nine that was cool that's right get us our tools thank you Kelly all right we do this we wrap up every hour with what you're what happened we take a look back in history on this date the date today is of course January fourteenth over par now what are we talking about what year please someone in the archives for this one seventeen ninety four okay and Elizabeth hall Bennett became the first woman in the U. S. to successfully give birth to a child by C. section what our Z. section was the first the first time it's at seventeen what seventeen ninety four that's thank god I was gonna say super risky in seventeen well yeah magic when they told her this is what we're gonna do now now I can't either and it was done by her husband doctor Jesse been it wo okay well I guess we are going to do this all right okay what else yeah ninety six nine Jason Jason Bateman was born is today's his birthday okay yeah everything in nineteen eighty nine Bobby brown my prerogative number one on the charts remember awhile yeah the goal here back in the day yeah carries the tune all right all right thank you the California homeless crisis governor do some on a week long tour of California to promote his new billion dollar plan to fix it but federal authorities in the California has been making basic mistakes that no other state has been making its are featured audio clip is coming up at the top of the hour adults who want children but not a relationship how that's happening in twenty minutes your top stories in your forecast as the storm moves in this week it all starts in three minutes always trust any Oneal like how your day today while you drive home two hundred years and continues his tour of California on the homeless issue how to Sacramento measure up when it comes to volunteerism the afternoon news today as for the care of a B. K. afternoon news news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and now here's a clip from all words money matters podcasts with Scott Hansen impact the clay great talking to you guys for a long time listener thank you about the remember when you guys have an office we are comparing putting a hamster run around the we were really ready for the rest of you we weren't really joking about have a trail what we had talked about this week it was a big win this was like twenty years ago when my head office fish tanks in their office and they said we want to be a little bit different we're gonna put a have a trail that runs through the are they still make those below it looks like a long to want to give me in your office meeting with advisers I see a run run by I am fifty seven.
"butte community college" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"From the constant eruption of cheers in support of the women's national teams World Cup run. Japan's at nomad Milwaukee hardly had a chance to catch their bread jeering on the US women's team in route to thirteen nothing win pretty good looking forward to them, winning it all hoping for the best book, and after the first performance, the team is setting the bar high that they can go the distance. I hope so I'm rooting for them to go all the way. Now, you just want to see a really good showing. I don't think it's a disaster. Tony WTMJ news, except for the team Sunday when they take on chalet Packers quarterback and Rogers that stingy with his money. He's reportedly cutting a seven figure check to the department is a mater, the university of California to give the used to renovate the football locker room and create the Aaron Rodgers football scholarship that's going to be awarded each year to junior coach transfer. He was junior college transfer to wasn't a. Yeah. He went to Butte community college. If I'm not mistaken before transferring into Cal. It's baffling to think that a guy like Aaron Rodgers could possibly have to prove himself at a community college before getting the division what level. But that's the path you had to take and he carries that chick with him to this day. In fact this knee. Listen, so sometimes as being from Butte community college, I've heard him introduced as such like pre-game introduction things ever done that. Unlike the talking head introductions that they do for Sunday night football football but he definitely still carries that ship on his show. I just remember with such clarity how much? Grief. The Packers got when they signed him, and how nobody liked him and just dumped all over him and dunk all over him. He's injury prone. He's a crybaby. He's this. He's that Super Bowl later, loves them, take much, does it just would have some hardware, eight oh, seventy WTMJ. Wisconsin's morning news. Sponsored by BBC lighting thousands of fixtures. Plus 'specially lights antiques and collectibles on the web at BBC lighting dot com. Hi.
"butte community college" Discussed on Sports Wars
"Packers. Eight months after the forty Niners ended the Packer season on that miracle rocket pass and catch farve is thriving off the field. He's lost thirty pounds kicked his drinking habit for good this time, and he and his wife are now expecting their second child. But a new far off the field doesn't translate on the field, especially without his mentor and head coach Mike Holmgren who leased for a coaching job in Seattle for more money and more power. The new Packers coach is named railroads in his one season with the Packers. Nineteen ninety nine is disappointing. One the Packers missed the playoffs for the first time in six seasons and railroads is promptly fired roads replacement is a recent Holmgren protege named Mike Sherman. Sherman tells farve that the QB is gonna have to change. He's taking too many chances that unless he plays more. By the book, his best years might be behind him B S. Thanks farve. Sure, it's been three years now since the Super Bowl thirty one victory may be a distant memory. But in his eight years as a starter for the Packers the numbers. He puts up are popping in that span. He's completed more passes thrown for more yards and thrown more touchdown passes. Fifty four more than second-place Steve Young of the forty Niners mind you then anyone in the NFL even as the Packers struggled to turn. The best of farve into team wins farve sets his sight on a personal goal becoming the best quarterback statistically of all time. And that means catching Dan Marino. Marino's the recently retired Miami Dolphins quarterback who holds the all time record for most passing yards and touchdowns at this point farve is already known around the league as the NFL's ironman after setting the record for most consecutive starts. But being durable isn't enough for farve. He wants the passing records. Yards and touchdowns. He wants to go down as the greatest ever. And he knows catching Marino is the only way to get there. So he pulls up barstool at the kitchen counter of his Mississippi mansion, he grabs a sharpie and a paper towel math has never come easy. Too far. The only numbers he's ever needed to memorize where snap counts and play calls. He scribbled down some numbers. I four hundred twenty the number of touchdowns. Dan Marino threw four in his career. Then two hundred thirty five. That's how many touchdowns farthest thrown for in his career. Then he does some simple. Subtraction takes a couple tries. And then he's got it one hundred eighty five or make that one eighty six that's thirty a year and by two thousand seven he'll be the all time leader simple as that. Farve puts the cap on the sharpie and crumbles up the paper towel shucks at towards the garbage and MRs bio foot now basketball's never really been his sport. He's a football player and not just any football player. He's Brett farve. The quarterback of the Green Bay friggin Packers. He knows will needs to play a wild to have a chance at any of those records. But he's a made man and has a job under center, however, long he wants to wear green and gold, and there isn't a coach or general manager in the league who have the guts to say otherwise. It's now late summer two thousand two at Butte community college in the Sacramento valley the morning sun beams down Aaron Rodgers as the local QB jogs onto the field for one of the first practices of the season in a few weeks Butte stadium. We'll fill with hundreds of fans, but not the tens of thousands Rogers hoped to be playing in front of every week at the university of California Berkeley, otherwise known as Cal his dream school. Rogers eighteen now, and he's fully focused on becoming a great quarterback. But just a few months ago, the almost gave up the game entirely for baseball his size wasn't as much of an issue on the mound. He threw ninety mile an hour fastballs. And even though he'd never taken baseball seriously before his senior year, he attracted college attention all around the state. He always loved football, but his stats his work ethic. Even thirteen hundred SAT score weren't enough to silence coaches questions about his size. They simply didn't think he'd be big enough to compete against three hundred pound lineman at the top college programs, not one major college. Coach offered him a scholarship to play quarterback. So he went to Butte a junior college and grew suddenly the undersized and overlooked kid from Chico is a solid six foot two two hundred pound man Hetty looked like this in high school. Those major programs might have paid attention inside. Him up right away. And now Rogers is throwing the ball better than ever before. As he starts his Butte. College career with one goal in mind. Catch the eye of a division one coach that missed out on him a year ago. And yes, it's crazy to think about Aaron Rodgers the guy we know now as slipping past top, college coaches all of them. But with how much pressure coaches are under to find the right guy really their job security is tied to QB success. They're looking earlier and earlier, so they don't screw up which leaves the late physical bloomers who want to play a top college right away one choice. Go to junior college prove yourself, and again, try to catch the attention of a coach who needs someone physically ready to come in now and contribute. Over the course of the season. It's clear as day to his head coach that the now fully grown and confident eighteen year old Rodgers is thriving with this second chance then on a beautiful Monday in October. Jeff Tedford the head coach of Cal comes to Butte to scout a tight end. But after he watches Rogers launched ball after ball with pinpoint accuracy, downfield, his attention and priorities. Change that night. Rogers phone rings. It's Tedford Aaron you're the best junior college quarterback. I've seen I'd like to offer you a scholarship to come play at Cal Aaron you there. Yeah. Sorry. Thanks coach. I appreciate the offer. I've always wanted to play Cal. But I should talk to my family and coach Rigsby. I Rogers hangs up in immediately causes coach worried that the headman will think he's disloyal if he accepts but the head coach laughs I've done all I can with. If you here time to fly. Okay, coach if you're cool with it. I'm gonna go good. So you're gonna give me tickets or what tickets when you're off playing in the NFL one day mining get some tickets and just like that Aaron Rodgers has completed his transformation into a big time college quarter. It's eighteen months later. It's December two thousand three a few miles away from Berkeley where Aaron Rodgers is. Now the starting QB at Cal. Brett
"butte community college" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"As we go out to the text line nine to five claps back. Dave Jenks nineteen forty-three Lewis Wilson was Batman Douglas Croft as Robin in this this picture here. It's like a black and white picture of a Masumi. This is Lewis Wilson. It's an old school Batman outfit. You know, what the little pointed head and the Cape and the gray shirt. Oh, you're old day. But you're not that old. Nah. I wasn't really watching a lot of TV in nineteen forty three. And a lot of America wasn't watching TV in nineteen forty three. They were too busy beaten the Nazis ass WW two bra. Yeah. I mean, there was that going on, you know. I mean, the great depression in the thirties and all be okay. I I mean, there was also probably an actor before those who did it on the radio in the thirties. So I mean, I'm just talking about the latest incarnations from the movies and cartoons and whatnot. So I stand corrected. You are. Correct. Lewis wilson. I whatever. Maybe it's Lewis Wilson's grandson listening nine to five is smart in. We're not. I mean, that's the deal is. All in all realness. Appreciate you. Listen nine hundred five how about this nine one six checks in. I remember this poster Kevin Mitchell, the Kevin Mitchell Batman poster and it's Kevin Mitchell wearing a Cape standing over San Francisco. You got the TransAmerica pyramid in the building in the background. And then like the bat symbol is a San Francisco. Giants SF symbol, dude. I totally remember that poster hundred percent nice work nine one six texts in the night, you go baby. All right, Steph curry, I promise you some curry postgame sound. And when I t's I please Steph curry post-game look warriors tonight just weren't locked in mentally and they were just stretches where they looked a little disinterested. They tried to crank it up late in the game. I mean, they they held the Sixers eighteen points in the final quarter. But in the end, it just wasn't enough a little bit everything though tonight kind of. Went wrong for this team a little bit of it was getting loose with the ball, a second quarter myself in particular. Unforced? There's in terms of getting stops. Not being decisive and don't it to the team. A little bit of foul situation where the game slow down a little bit. But fall in the second half. So combination of everything we played all right. Now, I don't think they played that good by the way ninety five said he's forty two years old. So he just stumbled across it one day. It's all good. Hey, knowledge is power baby. So there you go in anytime. Like, honestly, I when I look for anything that happened like before nineteen ninety I immediately looked to Dave Johnson. He usually has the answers. So, and you know what? Now, Dave now, you've expanded your knowledge base. Interesting facts to make you sound smarter frontier. Smart ass friends. Lewis Wilson nineteen forty three with the great Douglas Croft as Robin. Douglas. Yeah. Robin was always a bitch. Right. I mean seriously. Yeah. Who's riding were Robin? Do Robin would get like Batman like when you needed somebody to like buy beer or like a Bruce Wayne forgot his ATM at the house. They Robin man, pick up the tab. You know what? I mean, a, Robin. Go give me a pack of smokes, go pick up my girls. Yeah. Robin. I got a little dry cleaning. I got Alfred shining. My shoes right now, Robin launch you'll run and grab those. And by the way, sweep up in here man, we got bat poop all over the cave would go to wax on the batmobile seaman girl the car so need a tune up. And then my my bat wing is that a little problem on takeoff? So why don't you fix the hydraulics on that bad boy to if you don't mind, I think the landing gear might be a little off on the good furniture. Keep your ass on that plastic Batman or Robin slap the taste out of your mouth again and put that bat rope away son seriously that ain't for you. Poor robin. Forever. Batmans a little bit. All right back back to warrior talk. Steph curry tonight, though, fourteen or twenty seven for the four he put up eighteen threes tonight was I some curry shot eighteen threes in a game. We pull up his game. Log I don't remember curry attempting that many trae balls in a game while except for back on January thirteenth when he put up nineteen January fifth where he put up twenty. All right. I'm an idiot. Sorry. This seems like a lot. But before that. He hadn't done it all year. So there you go. He's been shooting a lot in January because you know, why? Because you know, why Dave 'cause he's shooting forty six percent from three point range of the month of January or excuse me. Now the month of January is over it is February he shot we'll go past ends on that he shot forty six percent from three point range in the month of January. That's all just forty six. He averaged six point two makes on thirteen point four attempts per night in the one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen games. They played in the month of anyway. And just to put it in perspective that forty six percent from three point you'd have to average almost seventy percent from two points. Yeah. Does that by the way in the month of December, which curry was no slouch only averaged twenty eight points a game he shot forty six percent from two point range. So he was as good from three point range in January as he was from two point range in December at a month where he averaged twenty eight points a game. So. That. I mean seriously and he's back to being like Steph curry the master of all these surveys like king Joffrey Joe for from coming to America. Not only am I the exalted ruler of this land and the master of all that. I am also a concern father. Could you imagine being able to drop that like on a girl at a bar? What do you do host Kamiar tonight ten p to one a, and I'm I'm the master of all I survey. Feel good. I need some of that in my life. I do I do. All right. Here's curry talking about the the momentum that the Sixers were able to to get in the second half and kind of the way that they took it too good. They didn't get frazzled by any of our runs and fourth quarter late third. They create a lot of momentum for yourselves and sustainability flew over the course of the rest of the game. It took a lot for us to try to get over the hump. Get over the hump de hoop. Yeah. And look Lakers tomorrow. Yeah. Now Friday Lakers tomorrow, I will always argue in indeed or kurtenbach thankfully, validated and substantiated my claim, which is that Steve Kerr actually probably likes losing in the regular season more because he can get down and do a little teaching right when they're winning through. You know, what could he say, right? Yeah. We might have had a nineteen turnovers about fifteen of them of the unforced Friday. We played terrible defense. We the the opponent shot fifty two percent and they made fourteen threes. And we won by twenty six. I mean like, what can you say? But when you lose a game like this, especially one that if they would've just buckled down, if they would have, you know, bear down in the first half really in the second half. Then they probably would have found themselves on the right side of this decision tonight. But now with the loss they are just a half game ahead of the Denver Nuggets. I actually think this might be advantageous for the warriors. If the nuggets could push him in the second half because if they wrap, and you know, they have like a five point, bulge, and they've got a home court in the west sewn up. Then you know, that might might take the focus a little bit off in know sometimes flipping that switch and the playoffs isn't as easy as it. Looks thankfully, if they're looking for home court throughout I mean, the Milwaukee Bucks who by the way, I watched that game against Toronto tonight to the bucks are nice, the bucks. I keep waiting for the bucks to show a little bit of vulnerability. They went into Toronto tonight. They were a huge in this game. And of course, Toronto made a little run. But then the bucks had a push back. I mean, they were up seventy eight fifty nine at one point. I mean, they were all over him in this game and Toronto made their little run got back into it. And then they had a little pushback, and it wasn't like Tenneco. He had a big block late in the game. I do know that. But I mean, he had nineteen points tonight. But you look at the balance all of their starters were in double figures tonight Middleton Middleton's been a beast. He dude he could she's like a little mini Durant. He really is Middleton compla-. How old's Middleton? How long has he been around? I'm gonna say twenty six twenty seven. Yeah, wrong. Looks like vigilante was wrong again. I'm not a sweetie pie. You're already admitted that you acknowledged as much actually scoring down a little bit from last year. He's average twenty game last year seventeen point four this year. He's just he's one of those players are just kinda gotten better every year. Like, I said, I didn't say, you know, always Kevin Durant. I mean, one went to Texas went to six AM. So there's that little mini, Katie. And he's a nice complementary piece to Middleton. I just wonder you know, what the back core would Bledsoe in brogden. Is that going to be enough? I know George hills played a lot of minutes at the point is the backup point because and they will go small too. I mean hills and they got Ilyasova to Tony Snell, man, they're just they're sneaky good. They are. And there are fifteen and nine on the road, which means they are absolutely crushing and home home record twenty two four Aaron Rodgers was tweeting about them tonight. Is it me? I don't want to hear from Aaron Rodgers. I'm not feeling Aaron Rodgers. Veggie feeling a rod no did a fraud. I should like Aaron Rodgers choose from Cal. I rooted for. Yeah. I mean, I don't know about Bucs City College. It's Butte community, college, whatever. Yeah. I went there. So don't hate on the Roadrunners dog. Oh. Undefeated, bro roadrunner forever. There you go. All right. We learned that tonight as you're paid homage to the winner. Not wanna hear a word from Aaron Rodgers right now when a playoff game. Over Lombardi trophy and one interception. This is true. I did try to take one once but didn't work out. All right. And you know, what with the bucks being thirty seven and thirteen the warriors to chase that homecourt throughout. I think this thing is going to go down to the end of the year. So. And you know, we had a caller earlier. Oh, Livingston Donald sterling all those guys. Stop. Playoffs. That's why those guys got extended. That's why those guys are here, especially and I think actually both of them are playing better lately. The guys on the pre-game show been talking about getting playoff Igwe dollar like in the month of January. He's been playing a lot better. I mean, there's a group they've been playing better. But it's the proverbial rising tide lifting all ships. I mean, Steph curry is leading the charge and everybody's fallen in line one more from Steph. We don't have your fellow splash, brother. Everything is just a little different. We had a Klay Thompson size all in our heart tonight. Everybody has decent looks for the most part. But obviously Klay out space is a little different. On top of turnovers. You obviously got to be really kind of more choreographed. I'm certain possessions. When things get away from us. And the pace is so fast never really were able to manufacture great looks for whatever reason. So. The film, but it's different. Look I game Claes miss into space. And you got gotta. We were as prepared as a team, you know. You know for for the different folks over we're gonna get tonight. All right, there you go Steph curry post-game warriors winning streak ends at eleven one thirteen to one zero four the final other than Steph curry, the others. The rest of the warriors combined to go one for twenty from three point range. That's like rockets in game seven in the Western Conference finals bad right there. That's how bad that is. All right. We will come back. We'll wrap it up and since Dave and Jake will not be here. Tomorrow night. I want to get their Super Bowl predictions coming up on the other side, and I wanna get your keys to the game. So we'll talk to the fake hippie with the fixity, and we'll talk to the old timer who didn't know that. Adam west wasn't the first Batman, and we'll do it next on.
"butte community college" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Coaches solely responsible this time. No McCarthy opted to engage Aaron Rodgers in his passive aggressiveness. He said, quote, errands, given a lot of responsibility and rightfully so he's earned that at the line of scrimmage and during the preparation process, firing back at Aaron. So my takeaway is, oh, once again, like ability disciplines, not really errands, not nearly as good as Tom at this. I was told years ago by an NFL source inside that Green Bay building. That Aaron Rodgers would Jay Cutler, but just with a lot more talent, Jay Cutler condescending in difficult. These have been documented, Aaron Rodgers struggled with Brett farve. It's been written and reported and acknowledged. Erin Rogers has struggled publicly, dad brother called him out. Publicly teammates have called him out. Tom Brady gets along with everybody. Seemingly Aaron Rodgers gets along long-term with nobody. And yet the media eleven years of fawning. Do you believe discipline and likeability is a skill I do, Tom Brady walks into that building. He's pissed off some days. He's in a bad mood somedays, but he's emotionally disciplined. He's emotionally available. He's not condescending. He has every right to be furious. Often, eighteen years. We've seen one or two actions from Tom little social media stuff praising grunk. We see it from Aaron Rodgers constantly years ago. You know, like Monday night football, Sunday night football when they have the introductions, and the players tell you where they're from a couple years ago. Aaron Rodgers didn't mention cow, and a friend of mine told me he's he's struggling now with Cal and I couldn't verify it. So it may be a bunch of hooey, but it was on remember this moment on TV I doubt many of you remember it. Aaron Rodgers, Butte community college. He wouldn't say Cal. He talked about his junior college. Now I tried to get verified to Cal athletics, so I can't hold it against him. But there's always been a reason why transcendent talents, Dan Marino Carmelo an Aaron Rodgers, don't win more. The big one. There's always a reason for it. That reason is not something I'm going to talk about on the air all the time. I don't want to be mean spirited. I don't wanna make it personal, but when stuff comes out and people take shots at people, then I feel like I'm open to talk about people. There's a reason Carmelo, Anthony doesn't win more. I'm not going to get into it. There's a reason. Dan Marino didn't win more. I'm not gonna get into it, but Aaron stuff becomes it becomes documented. It becomes reported in once again, if you think discipline in a motion, discipline and likeability are a skill errands, not great at that. He's not. And we see it again and he and McCarthy battle. And again, they've been battling for years. They don't advertise it. They've been battling for years, and I think there's a reason it. It's not always somebody else's fault. Immediate has been fawning. I was thinking about this is that. Jerry Jones. There's a new book out by Gary Myers, longtime, New York, NFL reporter, and there's a quote in there. A lot of cowboy fans get very frustrated, very frustrated with Jason Gareth head coach and an excerpt. The book is called how about them Cowboys by Gary Myers and one of the excerpts each year Garrett is near the top of the list of coaches on the hot seat. That speculation always followed by Jerry issuing strong words of support Jones likes him and is averse to starting over with a new coach. You know what this is age is a powerful thing, and I've said this before, if Nick Saban was fifty two, he would leave Alabama. He left LSU at fifty three, Nick Sabin sixty six. He don't want to start over again. The other day I asked somebody close to Pete Carroll. I said, you may have a new football coach and in six months with Pete Carroll considerate. And he said, no, he wants to go hang out in Hawaii with his grandkids. You didn't want to start over again and because Pete Carroll could be offered that job. If you had an opening. Here's the thing Bill Parcells and Jimmy Johnson were better coaches than Jason Kerr they were, but. Jerry's now, like, you know, getting close to eighty. And that's a lot of energy. And that's a lot of tension. And that's a lot of drama. And that's a lot of arguing age right now..
"butte community college" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Responsible this time, though, McCarthy opted to engage Aaron Rodgers in his passive aggressiveness. He said, quote, errands, given a lot of responsibility and rightfully so he's earned that at the line of scrimmage and during the preparation process, firing back at Aaron. So my take away his, oh, once again, like ability disciplines, not really errands, not nearly as good as Tom at this. I was told years ago by an NFL source inside that Green Bay building. That Aaron Rodgers would Jay Cutler, but just with a lot more talent, Jay Cutler condescending difficult. These have been documented, Aaron Rodgers struggled with Brett farve. It's been written and reported and acknowledged. Mirren Rogers has struggled publicly, dad brother called him out. Publicly teammates have called him out. Tom Brady gets along with everybody. Seemingly Aaron Rodgers gets along long-term with nobody. And yet the media eleven years of fawning. Do you believe discipline and likeability is a skill I do, Tom Brady walks into that building. He's pissed off some days. He's in a bad mood somedays, but he's emotionally disciplined. He's emotionally available. He's not condescending. He has every right to be furious. Often, eighteen years. We've seen one or two actions from Tom little social media stuff praising gronk. We see it from Aaron Rodgers constantly years ago. You know, like Monday night football, Sunday night football when they have the introductions, and the players tell you where they're from and a couple of years ago, Aaron Rodgers didn't mention cow, and a friend of mine told me he's he's struggling with Cal and I couldn't verify it. So it may be a bunch of who we, but it was on to remember this moment on TV I doubt many of you remember it. Aaron Rodgers, Butte community college. He wouldn't say Cal. He talked about his junior college. Now I tried to get verified to Cal athletics, so I can't hold that against him. But there's always been a reason why transcendent talents, Dan Marino, Carmelo and Aaron Rodgers, don't win more. The big one. There's always a reason for it. That reason is not something I'm going to talk about on the air all the time. I don't want to be mean spirited. I don't wanna make it personal, but when stuff comes out and people take shots at people, then I feel like I'm open to talk about people. There's a reason Carmelo, Anthony doesn't win more. I'm not going to get into it. There's a reason. Dan Marino didn't win more. I'm not going to get into it, but Aaron stuff becomes it becomes documented. It becomes reported. And once again, if you think discipline in a motion, discipline and likeability are a skill, Aaron's not great at that. He's not. And we see it again and he and McCarthy battle. And again, they've been battling for years. They don't advertise it. They've been battling for years, and I think there's a reason it. It's not always somebody else's fault. The media's been fawning. Thinking about this is that. Jerry Jones. There's a new book out by Gary Myers, longtime, New York, NFL reporter, and there's a quote in there. A lot of cowboy fans get very frustrated, very frustrated with Jason Gareth head coach and an excerpt. The book is called how about them Cowboys by Gary Myers and one of the excerpts each year Garrett is near the top of the list of coaches on the hot seat. That speculation always followed by Jerry issuing strong words of support Jones likes him and is averse to starting over with a new coach..
"butte community college" Discussed on First Things First
"But I want the audience to know what an unlikely story this is because we have now just taken for granted over the last decade air. Rogers, great player. One of the all time greats this guy went to Butte community college. He was a community college prospect out of high school. Now there are the reasons for that, but it wasn't because he had a bunch of arrests in the school with that wasn't the situation. He went to community college, heathen, not only falls in the draft, but you could argue goes to if the day of the draft where would be the worst place fern Rogers to go, oh, I don't know a place that still has an in your prime hall of fame, legendary quarterback and where he's not gonna play for three years. He's probably going to retire. I'm retired about three. We know that part of it, but it was so going into the draft like he's going to have play outdoors, cold weather place to pay, right, wait to play. And then once his career starts, oh, I'm gonna be the quarterback going into year to Phnom not. I'm gonna be the quarterback going into your three norm, not. I'm going to be the quarterback going into your four and then far even that. Ear tried to know I'm not in and the Packers to their credit said, no, we're sticking with Aaron Rodgers. And so since then that unlikely story, I mean show the audience. Here's what he's done. All done is be the most typically productive quarterback in league history. He's I and rating. He's first touchdown, interception ratio. He's tenth and touchdowns, but keep in mind. He's only started ten years and this is not in this is not a decade. This is not the last ten years since Rogers. The league. If we can put it back up real quick, visit the history of the league all time all time where he's tied for fifth in yards per pass. He's tied for second by one hundred of yard in the last fifty eight years because it said luck men and Otto Graham up above him, oak Ken and the gaps, though he's I found interception ratio the gap between him and second place is greater than the gap between second place and ninth place. Same with passer rating. The gap between him in second place is greater than the gap between second place and tenth place. Like he's not only the best typical quarterback we've ever seen on a per game basis. Eight is not close everyone's fighting for second, and it's not just that he was going to sit behind a guy who wasn't about to retire anytime soon. He fill Brett farve shoes of all the quarterbacks in the league. If there's quarterback you don't wanna come behind the guy like Brett farve who is loved in Green Bay. They loved that guy. And now here comes a new kid from an unknown. Place and he's going to, I'm going to be the guy to, but now you look at what they paid Aaron Rodgers, and you look at the team around him, and I wonder if the Packers have have set everything up the way there's supposed to, they built the right weapons for Aaron Rodgers to take this team for the next couple years, have done a good job, either drafting and developing why receivers Aaron took over you talking about guys like our friend, Greg Jennings, but Greg was under study to another guy. They develop in Donald driver, like all these guys to them going to mention at one point, they were a number one, legitimate number one receiver. So they've never really struggled with wide receivers in gray, Green Bay. Brett farve had good ones in Aaron Rodgers had Gutman's by the organization, Donald driver into Greg Jennings into only Jordi Jordy Nelson and then development of Randall Cobb devante atoms being drafted all these. So they have weapons around them. Some good tight ends that he's played with, but injuries have really heard him the lack of a running game, but the criminal part of what they don't..
"butte community college" Discussed on First Things First
"You can tell by the way his ball comes to you because he didn't have an overpowering ball, Nick nine, we're watching our friend, Josh Allen. We're buffalo and people talked about. He probably has the strongest arm and inefficient already, but that's the only picci's. Got, that's all he's a thrower of the football. Aaron Rodgers is a pitcher that means he can throw everything from a baseball analogy. He Can Tho a change. He can throw a slider. He Can Tho a curve. We know he's got the Keyter, but he, I mean, he has. He has. He has quarterback in position at a certain level that it's hard to see when guys make bad throws like you revert back to how Aaron Rodgers where to throwing that ball, a lot of highlights to watch on deep passes how the ball does not go very high unless he wanted to go very high other quarterbacks, they have to put the on it to Bill to get it there. He's a special player and we're, we're, we're in a special time to be able to watch him play. The details on the contract generated out what people in four years. One hundred thirty, four million dollars section. People need understand this. The Packers got a bargain, Aaron Rodgers. This wasn't this wasn't some lifetime achievement. We're going to no the Packers got a bargain in Aaron Rodgers should get credit for that. Actually, he should get credit for that and eighties, you you, it's almost not possible to put a value a an accurate value on what he brings football team. He's I've leave the only player in the league and that includes Brady that could go to any team in the league and you have to instantly consider them a playoff contender. And maybe you could include Brady with that. But if he's not bringing Bella check with them, I'm not including him at forty one years old in that discussion. But I want the audience to know what an unlikely story this is because we have now just taken for granted over the last decade air. In Rogers great player. One of the all time greats this guy went to Butte community college. He was a community college prospect out of high school. Now there are the reasons for that, but it wasn't because he had a bunch of arrests in the school with that wasn't a situation. He went to community college. He then not only falls in the draft, but you could argue goes to the day of the draft. Where would be the worst place fern Rogers to go, oh, I don't know a place that still has an in your prime hall of fame, legendary quarterback and where he's not gonna play for three years. He's probably going to retire retire about three..