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"david blough" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I did you ask his nose in the menu. He wouldn't know. What are you kidding me? The ice cream machine would constantly be broken back Combos. I was thinking that we need a Ronald I mean, he fits the boots. Doesn't he put those clown shoes and he'd fit in real good. It's just It's so disappointing because I wanted to love him The day he walked in and in 2018 things were good. And, uh, you know, signs in this back half of 2018 at least offensively. Yeah, but then you're just like, Look, we're just scratching the surface. And we were only scratching the surface of the bad. Let me let me ask you a question as well. Do you believe That their patients for lack of better term with the quarterback situation signifies that they have job security or not. I don't know. I like you think they do, But how can they If it's one game against a Rams team that is a Super Bowl contenders, So I mean Like if you get to be, and I think that there middle of the pack team that's the way I've always felt 89 the keep their jobs. If Justin Fields is looking good when, by the time they bring them out, I could I could. I could tell you probably seven and 10. If John would fields comes in and shows you by great doesn't even have to show you. He's great, but Are they? Seven? And like last year, I knew they were not bad bad. Well, they also you know things are bad, bad, but I'm well. They were bad, certain a bat that they're bad, Bad, bad, bad for a stretch six consecutive losses, and then they got themselves right against bad teams. But This is who they are to me. They're a team that's going to be bad teams, and it's a team that they can't get over the hump against good teams. And that has been who they've been for How many years don't make me go through the process again, all the quarterbacks that they've beaten David Blough You know, Sean Mannion like that. They can beat some ass when that's the guy under center. You know, I mean, like compounds teams can pizza. Yeah, but But when you get football, but when you get match Stafford under center with a new, you know, with the Rams team and Sean McVeigh on the sideline with his, and by the way, he doesn't have a Denny's menu. He's like a little bitty menu because, you know, it's like his menus like really small activity with accomplishment. Words. Look at me. I'm going to hang this supplement basement. Yes, BU he ditched the visor to my my neighbor texted me. He goes, what happened and Maggie Visor and I used one of your lines. I said it was too tight when no. I said that It's been eating his brain for the last couple of years, so he threw it away like bitch one. Maybe they feel like because Mitch, some of mentions issues were because he played too soon. Known that they're not going to go down that path with their guy. Maybe they feel comfort and security that they've been given some of that going for remember. This two years left this year and next year, contractually Right. Okay, so like again, it's very infrequent that a coach finds himself in a hot seat or in in a lame duck season. But I don't know. In Deerfield. You're on ESPN. 1001 17 guys, uh, that I need. We need to talk about some important stuff. Is that okay? What were we talking about? Yeah, Look, we are solving the world's problems. Right, Dean? That last caller was out of control. I mean, he was worse than me. That guy loves the sound of his own voice. For God's sake sound of Bob's voice. He's one of my favorite I couldn't I was screaming in my car anyways, and the words of the great John Wooden Be quick, but don't hurry, So I have a couple of points. I'd like to make it. That's all right. We do. I would like to share my thought. Someone called today caller named Sonny. He called the morning show, and he suggested that Possibility. Rodgers threw that game yesterday..
"david blough" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"On the ESPN F 50% of that is correct. The 50% part is Peter Burns is hosting today. Alyssa Lang playing the role of Katie George, who is doing the Lord's work there. In the Bermuda Triangle as she is, um it has been. I must follow on instagram. Like every time she sends something, I just tweet out going. I hate you like handstands. So jealous as you I'm jealous of you. Alyssa Lang is you've got your your scarf it down some waffle house this morning. Uh, what did you pay like $97 to get it delivered to our studios there in Charlotte or what quarantine and this last year and a half of really, really messed me up. When it comes to food delivery services PB. There's a high window that I'm willing to pay. To get a Waffle House All Star special delivered to the office as I do radio, and I think that threshold today was about $22. So, um, I'm going to enjoy everybody much. Well, well spent well spent. Hopefully, the first hours well spent. We talked breakdancing Coco Melon Paw Patrol. Uh, dressage Aaron Rodgers. Three home runs in a game. I think we've touched all the bases. Here for that first hour, But I kind of want to get into a little bit more right now with the Olympics and this was again What we saw Caleb Dressel do last night was nothing short of fantastic setting their Olympic record in the 50 minute free, Uh, wins. What now what He's had five gold medals, three individual gold medals, two of the relay races. He's won gold as well. And when you go back and look at it, you think of the names felt spits. And now you'll say, Dressel, right? And I'm not sure how many of you driving on a Sunday morning or like I'm all in on on on swimming and diving 365 days a year throughout my life, Yet the Olympics comes around, You see historic performances. Katie Ledecky being one And now, Caleb Dressel. Which Alyssa You're telling me. You knew this story like you were the early adopter of the Caleb Dressel. Um, storyline whenever you were in in Jacksonville back in the day. Yeah, I mean solely because of where I was living and where I was working. I told the story earlier in the show, but I moved and took a job in Jacksonville, Florida. About two weeks before the 2016 Rio Games started, and I worked for an NBC affiliate. So you know, it's just every minute. Pretty much of your coverage outside of breaking local news is Olympic based. And I remember them kind of given me the brief, you know here, the local kids that were covering and being in Jacksonville. You know, Florida University of Florida was very close. We covered the Gators a lot. And I remember them saying one of the first names Caleb Dressel. You can't say Caleb Dressel name enough in our newscast. It was a name that I had heard before. But I didn't know a lot about to your point. I wasn't watching swimming and diving year round. Certainly outside of the Olympics, the more people I talked to around Jacksonville, the more I went down to U F and talked about Who is this kid? What makes them tick? What makes them Someone that you all think is going to be so successful. I mean, it was unbelievable the support and then in Rio, he really burst onto the scene there and then this year, obviously continuing his Olympic career. Is just as impressive, but I also want to make sure we get this in PB. Did you see the the video that the Lions tweeted yesterday as David Blough was watching his wife? So so blouse wife, Melissa Gonzalez missiles. Gonzalez, representing Colombia was in the hurdles If I'm not mistaken, and you know we did some great coverage over NFL training camp, we're going to get into a ton of those storylines here in a couple of moments, but I thought that might have been literally the best week ever was just seeing the video and just seeing the crowd reactions from all of the families, But to see that in the lions all all of the coaching staff and players, um you know, helping him like just I can't even imagine to think you know, actually, probably even more your five years of training just to get to that point and then to live up to its got to be out of control. It's unbelievable. And like you and I talked the other day about how I think I think you and I were talking about this. About how much it stinks that you can't have fans in the stands, and obviously you're used to hearing those roars when a gymnastics a landing or you win a four by 100 M swimming event. That's the one kind of silver lining for me is being able to watch the double boxes of the families gathering in the parties and the watch parties in these small towns and the Lions quarterbacks room sitting there watching Melissa Gonzalez compete and David Blough sitting there screaming at the team like I actually welled up and got a little emotional just because it was so cool and I was like, I can't imagine Watching your spouse on that stage, not being able to be there but watching him or her competing That way. We've seen Caleb Dressel wife in the same situation and videos just being so overcome with emotion. It's just so cool, and that's what makes these two weeks so much fun. Um in and we saw, Um, if I'm not mistaken Pat forties wife about 40. He does some great work over at Yahoo sports, one of our colleagues around covering college football. His daughter is there Participating and how? How cool it was for Brooke believe they won a silver medal in in her event, and so the fact of like he's one of the few people that got a chance to go over to Tokyo and actually See their kids perform because of everything that's going on. And I think about this year in the amount of pressure, it must be. Because Alyssa, you you ran college track. Correct? Uh, not in college, but he wasn't quite good enough. But you competed on on on a level I played collegian golf and listen. We had, like nine different people and watching this play college tournaments, right? It wasn't It wasn't a huge thing. But I think people fail to realize the amount of pressure when there are no fans like fans in a certain way, almost give you that comfort because there's always that buzz. There's always that. Hey, you're on your your there. It's no different than when you and I are doing television on SCC Network or ESPN. When you tape something, it feels really weird. Right when you tape something, it's always a lot more pressure than whenever you're doing something live. That's why a lot of people. You know the film? Yes, Bill O Reilly. We'll just do it live like That that clip is because when you're on television or radio, you prefer to do it live because there is that excitement and I think the same way of even training camp opening up with fans. Is that people? People thrive on that, and I can't amount. Imagine the pressure that was on Simone Biles of our any of these gym this to perform, but normally you're performing in front of a crowd. It almost is like Don't have to really think about myself doing this in a vacuum, But then you exacerbate that. Of what happened with files and all these other athletes not having fans there. That's got to be absolutely, just like harrowing on so many different levels. Yes, it's nuts to me. I mean, you talk about that mindset, and certainly for us. That's a great example of live versus not live because when you're not live, you always have that in the back of your head knowing, okay, if I mess up we can do this over again. And then you end up doing it eight times because you know you can mess up But when you're live You're locked in..