20 Burst results for "Doug Flutie"

Stakes are high as Denver Broncos host the Buffalo Bills on Saturday

Mile High Retirement

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Stakes are high as Denver Broncos host the Buffalo Bills on Saturday

"Country, your Denver Broncos. Hosting really good football team in the Buffalo Bills. Denver at five and eight welcomes in the 10 in three Josh Allen lead bills who are looking to win. Their first division title in 25 years. 1995 was the last time that the Buffalo Bills won the NFC East. I get the Tom Brady And Bill Belichick have had a lot to say about that. But it was five years really in between. There was no from 95 to 2000. There was no time radio was Doug Flutie and Rob Johnson, not winning the division before. Things just kind of fell off the cliff there in western New York. But they are back on track. Now They've got a really good football team that comes in as I mentioned Led by Josh Alan, We're kicking off your

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"doug flutie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Off the clock. If you onside kick, you're gonna lose some fill position probably preserved the two minute warning and have a chance to get the ball back. If You have something better than what the hell that was last night. I don't know what the hell that was, but I've always said when you onside kick, it's in a crucial situation. You would think kickers could come up with something better than that. What else do they do? I don't know what these guys do, you would think they could come up with some sort of crazy onside kick. Because how many times can you practice field goals throughout the course of the day? I think I would spend at least a half an hour to an hour a day working on my crazy as onside kick one because it probably fun to do it. Try to come up with new ways to do it and to because when somebody asked me to do it, I don't have to come up with a God being Doug Flutie Drop kick and hope it works, which it most certainly didn't at least it preserved the one second So they got the two minute warning. So I was in the camp. I didn't mind the onside kick because you want to try to get the ball back. And you want to preserve the time Now, if you think you're going to stop him for sure. Great. Kick it off. But you better be sure you're going to get a touchback if you don't get a touchback. Then it backfires a little bit on you. Because you do lose about 40 45 seconds, So all in all I was okay with the onside kick decision, but That that that thing that.

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"doug flutie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Fifteenth two thousand and one Doug Flutie and the three in one Chargers would travel to Foxborough to take on it eighty one and three patriots team that had lost drew Bledsoe bill Belichick a bit on the hot seat at a young kid named Tom Brady taking over the reins the voice of the Chargers that day was Ted Achleitner the longtime voice of the San Diego Padres in San Diego state Aztecs and he joins us on the show this morning Ted good morning how are you I'm doing great on October fourth two thousand one we had a great one that season was so interesting for the Chargers in the offseason there was a change at the GM position as John Butler was hired away from buffalo bunch of bills players came true with the that the Chargers organization including Doug Flutie who was battling for position with rob Johnson with the bills and became a starter in San Diego on top of it it incredible draft as well with two future hall of Famer for the Chargers what was the sense that off season going into September two thousand one sure it was great it was incredible excitement there were something about I don't know what what I don't count or count this is what records of all time but that there were something from the standpoint of leadership and that you're never out of our game because I can remember a game of the year before or two years before we going to buffalo and and Doug been backing up for that stick together moment so we started a bunch that that depicted a season for the bills but he came off the bench in like the middle of the third quarter Chargers and buys two touchdown lead and it was gone it was gone and they went up and down the field actually was unbelievable the crowd you know how large that places up there at orchard park it's eighty thousand the gore just racing and the charges went pretty good team I mean one of the better defenses the last of several years according that game and during their little one it was it was a big deal to get dog food again as you said it's a much bigger deal for Doug Flutie to come back you know to New England or Europe played for three years now he's coming back and he really he really is the big story it's not Tom Brady now that's bizarre it really is that draft also for the Chargers LaDainian Tomlinson with their first round pick drew Brees with their second round pick just before breeze is going to start so Flutie is the starting quarterback and Mike Riley is the head coach that year the charges begin the season three and beating Washington opening weekend at Dallas is well after the September eleventh lay off ended beating the Bengals there three and the lose a tight one against the Browns but they're three and one before they're going to New England against the skating patriots team that it lost drew Bledsoe in week number two and bill Belichick this sounds crazy was getting to be called on the hot seat what was the sense around the Chargers at three to one feeling pretty good about the season going to New England big time big time and like I said you know you didn't lose the kind of guy would have had that at that time the magic that Brady was going to have it back Brady had you know later in that ball game to lead them and and they have lost the Chargers have lost that game in Cleveland forget that dean Spanos a commandos private jet and in the fourth quarter against Cleveland the same thing this club had maybe that number one defense in the AFC the Chargers third fourth something like that the NFL and I remember another another long drive another long drive by Cleveland charges that played extremely well had a had a lead wash that lead and I remember about five minutes left in the in the fourth quarter because I had come with dean Spanos you'd asked me and my partner Hank Bauer former charger but special teams start to come with him on the plane up the team charter but on his plane and dry up at about the four minute mark remaining us on a private jet fly above the Cleveland or going over the stadium I thought thank you for calling bye right that's exactly what happened is that another driver another drive you with a great defense were junior say Alan rugby arisen now at the bar broadcast star on Sunday nights and all that stuff and Dinos added here and there goes the plane I'm on the team tried but they had that grabbing a good defense they kept letting up that one big last drive that cost and the cost in Cleveland and because of this guy no number twelve became Tom Brady that day that it happened again in New England Ted Leitner was on the call for the Chargers radio broadcasts October fourteenth two thousand and one to that point in time Tom Brady had gotten a couple of starts he came in for the injured blood so it was nothing crazy infected lost a couple of those games so nobody really knew what Brady was as you mentioned every new what Doug Flutie was that he was returning back to New England where he was a star at B. C. A. Natick Massachusetts native and this was the biggest homecoming ever that Flutie was probably at the point of time it is clear this was his last one song at old Foxboro stadium in New England what was it like being in the stadium that day perfectly crisp I think it was what I'm looking.

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The State of 'The Black Quarterback': A Conversation with Donovan McNabb

The Playbook

06:21 min | 2 years ago

The State of 'The Black Quarterback': A Conversation with Donovan McNabb

"Over a decade ago my Business Partner Hall of Fame Quarterback Warren Moon. I sat down to discuss. How can we stop? The labeling of black quarterbacks are dream was for some day they're not to be that description at all. I was blessed to sit down with Donovan. Mcnabb one of his men teas and proteges to discuss the status and progression of black quarterbacks in the NFL. This is entrepreneurs. The playbook hey I wanted to have a conversation about black quarterbacks and as you know it's been a big part of my career has warned being a client and then a partner of mine are dream. Ten years ago was that nobody would ever say black quarterback right but I think you know to this day that they don't use it as much but I see a hangover when I look at you not be in the hall of fame or the way that Warren's marketed because they don't want that story told about six years in Canada right right and then there's just an under Tony it's unintentional. It's like even with the metoo movement. Things go on aren't intentional. It's social development social. How can we help? Expediter accelerate people understanding the equality. That exists I you have to appreciate I don't think we're at a point where we appreciate the level of evolution. That's going on and I say that because he wanted to mention. Hey you know you were kind of guy that passed the torch in them like no. The torch was already late for Marlin Bristow Gilliam and dumb and James James Harris and those particular guys. It was then but it wasn't one that was accepted and then. I think when you mentioned the warnings and the Randall Donovan. Before I thought it was a warm place you played when you played but it was. It was kind of a it. Wasn't it wasn't appreciate and when? I say that you know it was the yard that Warren Password worn was Dan Marino. We'll be talking about how radio because his numbers are comparable today without the six years in candidate. But I I think what we're seeing now is. We're seeing people start to understand the level of talent ability. How cerebral these kids are. They can play from the pocket and their leaves. These are all things that when they mentioned about. You'll see that in in the list now and says it has it's literally presidential but but the thing is you have to be able to take a step back and say you know what these kids can play the quarterback position. And when you look at the collegiate ranks then more black quarterbacks in the collegiate good ones so again it goes back to happen understand. What the level we go through and give it to appreciate what we're seeing you know. I do allow entrepreneurs and I talked about patients who and the need to be offended or or resentful. And it's so interesting with all those guys that you talk to your mom. Briscoe someone that in California. We do a ton of work with for years trying to get that movie made by the way you know. It's a really good movie and a really good story but nobody's really resentful and angry or offended. How do you have the patience to wait for the reality to come about that? All the top quarterbacks are going to be evaluated by their talent. Well here we have old. School mentality shouts and tell you them telling evaluators who still have that. Well he's black quarterback what are we just evaluated his ability. How intelligent he is. The family background would become as he comes out. It's nothing else that you need to focus on focus on his color. You only public hair. You have to focus on how he wants. You know the the focus needs to be more of the position and that's what we're seeing we have. We have been after the American insult that people are afraid to talk about now. He will say well. We don't need talking about though. He's the third every America's worries. They play of great ones. The greatest african-american quarterback did win. The might. I've worked with before because the caregiver Steve but this could be an opportunity for a guy who people love is ability. Yeah and then. They want to question the thing about his character. What are you looking at? Are you looking more deep into trying to fight the negative or how good this really with? Doug flutie yeah who has a lot of similarities to a lot of running quarterback and I said if you were an African American would have been your chances even to play in the CFL for how old he is. He said there won't be a chance ever but stories like that people boss. Yeah well that's what I wanted in talking to people over and and it's important for us to focus on that because it's not gonNA stop. I mean we're looking at. We've looked at five afterward quarterback just in the playoffs alone. Yeah headed had a chance to have to play it in title game and then it's GonNa continue to grow where mean who's to say feels doesn't get drafted in the next year or two from Ohio state. Then I was talking about him. It's exciting right now. You've been one of those guys. They continue to grind the path. I'm on your team. As far as I'm Jay Hall of Famer right here. More people need to be aware of the issues that we're facing and this guy needs to be in the hall of fame and many others because we're building a pipeline hall of famers. It's a shame that Warren Moon American and I appreciate the respect. I love warranty. That's right I n there. I appreciate your insight and honesty thanksgiving.

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"doug flutie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Website and check them out on Facebook and the podcasts are still available at iTunes C. iTunes check that out and who was that that we were just here now who doesn't love April wine and specially covered by Doug Flutie and his brother Doug Flutie and his brother Doug gets the flu brothers band they put on a few CD is the and that's a dog on the drums Doug playing the drums there you go all right well we're back and its sports always time and we're doing a special obviously football themed sports on before we get to the back to that you were talking a little bit off the air time I want to get you in on this. Rick has a pretty extensive collection of sports songs that are soccer themed oh boy so we were think and let's let's do that and I know that there there's a a portion of people who are listening right now who are fans of of of soccer and but that would be fun for you can you tell a few people that you have well there's some of the people Hey lay he put out a few songs then also Giorgio camellia he put out some and number of Africans and you know and a lot of the British stars so put out yeah well I mean there there's one particular football as we like to call it where yeah yeah yeah that I'm a big fan of I've I don't know if you knew about the years of the year the World Cup where England didn't qualify but Scotland did and they were led by coach Alistair macleod right and there is a great song that was all about all about them by Andy Cameron who is kind of a comedian and it's called alleys tartan army if you guys wanna hear a little bit of it sure go ahead Sir..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"doug flutie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It's got anything to do with it or not on the only fifty four years. Yeah. Yeah. Only. Man, I was talking about leasing feel. I was there. Can't remember the year but I'm gonna tell you what happened. Sitting on the east side of my friends, I and my buddy had a little TV ran on. D batteries. Lack of wide. And we watch the TV and listen, cross at the press box, and we knew Keith Jackson was over there for sure. And. Alabama. We're not gonna have time was the lead of I'm, I'm going to say thirty two to three or something like that. Who were they playing I'll get? Oh, okay. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to ask the pertinent question. Second ask comes up. And there's four back this little saw quarterback. Comes back and just thumps Alabama. His name was Doug Flutie. Yeah, you're a you're absolutely right. I do. Remember that game? I think it was a Saturday night game in early September Saturday afternoon game. And I don't remember the year. Yeah, yeah, I do it was probably nineteen eighty four. Coach Bryant was still coaching that no, no he wasn't. No. It was a set. Listen, I could be off. It's only been thirty five years, but I'm pretty sure it was a Saturday night game first week of the year, and Doug Flutie Ray Perkins was the Alabama coach. And I don't know about Obama had that big of a lead, but I do know that Doug Flutie led them. They had played the year before in Foxborough. And this was the second game. But I'm pretty sure I'm almost I mean, I would say, I'm positive coach Bryant was gone. Okay. Well, I was thinking, coach was still there, because the reason I was there a friend of mine that I went with his brother was, was coaches right hand. Right. In kids. We went down there to pick him up to bring it back to Russellville Alabama, but I could be like I'm saying fifty one I will find out, but, you know, listen, I'm. My memory of that air is better than than what it is. Or was it yesterday? So I remember the night, very well. I mean Flutie just just just just ripped Alabama to shreds, that was, yeah. That was the year that he think I was eerie won the Heisman or what's next. I think it was that year that was area the famous play against Miami at the end of the year. Right. Because Brian died in January of eighty three. Okay. Right. This game was September eighty four. Okay. All right. Thank you. I could not remember but, you know, on now call back in the sixties, do things like that, too. That's okay. And I'm going to double check, although there are a few things that I'm, I'm certain of in my life anymore. But, but this year is one of them it was it was it was quite a season. Because Alabama ended up with a think they ended up a losing record. Yeah. The game was September eighth starting at seven pm, by the way out Obama lost thirty eight to thirty one. Oh, it was terrible. It was terrible..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Not mobile and to be six feet tall to stay in the pocket and throw for seventy thousand yards. To me is more impressive than Russell Wilson being a great quarterback because he has Atlanticism keep a play alive. Doesn't get sacked. And here's breeze. Who's the smallest guy on the field? The ballboys big. Better than him. And he's throwing for seventy thousand yards that to me is, I think Doug Flutie was ahead of everybody if Doug Flutie was playing now we would talk about Doug Flutie the way we talk about Russell Wilson. Doug Flutie was wonderful athlete. It was just, you know, you had old school coaches like Mike Ditka. Like they didn't wanna have somebody that's small out there. Yeah. Mclovin it's funny. I don't link Harlem Murray to Russell Wilson Lincoln to Baker Mayfield. Like I feel like Russell Wilson still isn't quite like the spread. Gutter quarterbacks short. He's a little different than is Baker Mayfield. Result of Russell Wilson really aim it might be. I think it's guys who came out of the spread system in college and hit early in the NFL like you can do that. You never could do that. Yeah. But Baker is not going to beat you with his legs, the way Cuyler. I mean Keiler is the you know, there's a Michael Vick comparison there, hopefully he puts in more time than Mike did. But that ability to extend a play and actually beat you, you know it's not keeping a play alive. Like Russell Wilson does Kyle. Murray wants to beat you. He wants to go to the end zone when he runs. And Michael Vick was that same way. I don't know how long that stays with Kyla Murray 'cause I'm going to guess the first time you get popped really good, you might think second. You know, have some second thoughts about that couple more phone calls David in Boston. Hi, david. Dan? How are you? Good, bud. What do you have great? I got three one. Extremely weak one and two. Very good one. Okay. The week one is I guess, for sports broadcasting, I, Dan Patrick and sportscenter kind of changed, and revolutionized that, but yeah, that's really nasty. Nic. Nobody cares about. Except for me, except for you, and you deserve to any out quest. Yes. Thank you. Alan Iverson, he came in without any cell sense of self preservation, reckless abandon, and also with the tattoo kind kinda change the tenor and who needs practice. But the next one, I think, really revolutionized and really made an impact, and people forget about it is Bernard king suffered in eighth yell. And Kansas City we had to me, and that's basically, you're basically with your epitaph for an MBA career. However, he came back and scored twenty five plus for to see the set your when he went down to Washington. I think that he really revolutionized that people can at least the NBA etcetera comeback from an ACL tear. Whereas did never been done before one of the first guys to come back from that injury. And having had that injury and just trying to come back and walk where he's trying to come back and play in a high level. Bernard king had a stretch their about five years, where he was on. Unstoppable. He was he was truly truly unstoppable. Yes he this being the week of backhand. Backhanded compliments you is just turning into being one of my favorite things. Yeah. And, you know, I mean you've got sort of chain sports too, but nobody cares. He's just a chain sports to period and let it breathe. And then he said, nobody cares. Nobody cares about that. And then I go, I, I do I, I don't know if we change sportscasting we certainly gave our take on sportscasting. Oh, you don't have to be humble you guys Berman and you and Keith and I hate than I. But if you take that little group that direction sports media coverage took after eighty three to eighty eight. Look at how many twenty four hour sport never networks are created..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"It has everything there can be constantly used as a reference keep it on your bookshelf and keep going back to it over and over and over and share it with your family. So when they say to you, hey, what is kennel cough? And then you realize, oh, this is what kennel cough is. It's not just Boorda Tele and you to learn about it. You can be informed for your family and also you can enter. Tain people at dinner parties, you can seem like the real smart one. So I I completely agree. Go to Doug Flutie common down this book because it's both like you said, entertaining because of your art of storytelling, but it's also informative inaccurate. That's what I love of your hard work. Yeah. Well, this is important. The reason I say, listen, I think that when I think about this book, and I think about the kind of information out there. What to me is the most impressive is the amount that we've learned now, there's still plenty that we don't know. But I think that it's important to remember, you know, even from nine hundred sixty seven first parvo outbreak, then nineteen Seventy-nine another parvo outbreak. Then the year two thousand when parvo mutated into a C, so even from nineteen sixty seven all the way to you two thousand and even now in this two thousand eighteen we basically have learned so much in the volume of medical information doubles every ten years, and so having the most updated and most current information is perfect and. I like the fact that we also wasn't just you. And I we also had a team of references and other resources that we drew from to make sure that everything is up to date and very accurate, and it was really fun. And I thought it came together.

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"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

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"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"So what you're saying? They were lined up like everybody who's lined up for kickoff. Looking into the running back across the field. And I had the top ten plays laying on everything. Bill Belichick is about which opposing keen with loose lips and information and here, I am practically given the raiders. And I ten play. What was Brady like when you were there? Tom, Tom is great. I mean, he's being first in last out hardest worker and all that he had neck. So I mean, you know, the football end of it, the, I q all that brilliant. But he hadn't knack for making everybody feel like they were important. Everybody had a piece of this. Every he, you know, the guy that's in the training room. He didn't even practice that. We Tom go in and have a good comment form of, you know, great job on scout team last week, and you really made us better in things of that nature. I I had a conversation with Tom before it Indianapolis game. We were getting ready for a redoing two-minute offensive stuff because you know, they played this cover to a little too close to the goal line. At one up the real and stick it in there. And in the middle of a no huddle, two minutes situation. Tom checks play on the fifteen yard line going in looks at safety offer seconds, stick it in the corner of the end zone for touch. Now. He came straight off the field to me that you know, that that's yours. You know, which is total BS because Tom knew what he's done at one hundred times before I got there and new, but he would acknowledge any contribution by anyone on the team. It was pretty impressive. Doug Flutie here on the rich Eisen show. What he got for Irish fans after he just eyeballed the team for the spring game this weekend. I very encouraging offense and defensive is really strong in book at quarterback. It's gonna be great their linebacker level, very unexpired inexperienced. And it will be very scary. If Ian book gets banged up. It's there is. The. Quarterback is. You. They're just lost. We just lost at the end there. The number one quarterback, Ian book needs to stay healthy. Okay. That's you got to figure out. Okay. Yeah. Guys noticed you doing that spring game this this this weekend? Hey, doug. I've always been meaning to ask you this to apropos of nothing. Did you have any say in what the Flutie flakes were back in the day? Did you have did you have a really didn't other than once? We decided I wanted to frozen pizza. First of all I wanted to be further pizza, and they came back with all their biggest profit margin is on a seer breakfast here. I said, well, I love frosted flakes revolve will make some kind of sugar flake. We'll figure it out. And that that was about the extent of that conversation, and we sold over six million boxes. Okay. And then when was the last time you had a Flutie flake, Doug? I probably haven't been made in twenty years. It's been a one was a there was something online with what they broke the Flutie curse. In me. A kid broke Flutie flakes box twenty years old. Ciro go in buffalo made the play on. Yeah. That's right. That's right. That's right. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know if after twenty years, I probably they probably get soggy and milk after twenty years. Maybe you never know. What did you say? How much we just on EBay Doug, eight dollars eight dollars. Wow. The price of the flakes have gone. And you put the cost of milk, and it's a ten dollar breakfast right there. Wow. My gosh. It'd probably not real healthy. And you're probably up to the hospital the twenty year olds. That's great Doug, really appreciate the call. Let's shut down the line anytime, you're in Los Angeles. This let me no. But really pre sheet the call. Thanks. Thank you. Gotta this. Doug Flutie at Doug Flutie on Twitter..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But this was right after he won his fifth masters yesterday. I was just trying to applaud my way or along the Gulf, of course, all day just plod my way around and then all of a sudden I had the lead and come up eighteen it was just trying to make a make a five. And when I tap the pot in. I don't know what I did. But I I know I screamed, and I was just looking for for Joey somewhere shook the guy's hands and then found Joey, and then those are pretty big embrace. And then to have my kids there. It's it's come full circle. You know, my my dad was here in ninety seven. And now, I'm the dads with two kids. They're great people have been sharing their stories with us all day on the show. So let me take this call and then get to Doug Flutie, Jim in Columbia, South Carolina. You're here in the rich Eisen show. What's up, Jim? Hey, rich little different slant on the masters. I was actually joining my home church. My wife and I lived in Austin, Texas. My home church is in North Carolina. I live in South Carolina. And my dad nine new we're both big golf ants that tiger was making a run. And I'm in front of the whole church. You know, reaffirming my faith and reaffirming in my face, very important. I don't want it to mean that of course. And my dad are both looking at our watches. I hugged a passer get the reception, and we run home and watch Tigers back nine. And. I feel a little bad about it. But sharing that with my dad who is seventy six years old. It was awesome. And I joined my home church. Everybody was happy. It's a win win Jim in that respect. Thanks for the call. And I'm glad you're able to share it with your dad. We had a caller last hour saying that she shared it with her dad, you share with yours. It's it's really it's really just. Yeah. And everyone we watch. Everyone was watching to ratings are in highest rated morning golf broadcast and thirty forty years, but the the overall was down because again it normally it goes right up to six minutes and on the east coast. Normally it it's with the sun setting, but a twelve point one between doughnuts to into thirty. Tiger is exactly again tiger his winning check yesterday. Two point one million dollars the entire prize pool. Purse. His first masters championship in nineteen ninety seven was two point seven million. So for the fact that the person's wide a much bigger, and the winner's cheque is much bigger only has to thank his himself. Really? And again, the fact that he wanted having to play the final thirty six holes in the span of just a little over twenty four hours of the surgically repaired back. If I told you that that's the way he'd have to win his you'd be like, well, that's the way that one went. Unfortunately, tiger is gonna have to do it another year. I mean, I know he won under those circumstances. Just amazing and speaking of church, I want to say that certainly you know, I've been there. I've been there many many times with my folks as a kid and with my wife and children just last year in Paris. The case you're wondering than the Notre Dom cathedral is on fire in Paris. It's as bad as it looks on television. It seems on I am just crestfallen and heartbroken about this and sending prayers and well wishes to. Everyone for whom it's it is a heartbreaking..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's why these things weren't understand that the way you understand how that doesn't really make any sense. It's the way it works. It's his ton. It's turn. He's up. Well, he will not up. Now, he would be up. In a year. And has he's basically, I don't know if he is in fact, saying behind the scenes ongoing to either get a contract now or never with you. And I'll go year to year and franchise tag. It'll be so prohibitive. You're gonna wanna get gave me get rid of me. You know, what the one team though that? I don't think would set a precedence and signing a contract that has a sliding scale depending on what the salary cap is the one team that will not break presence is New York Johnson is the team where the the owner said were we talk about arena league football. With the concept of changing the onsite kick to a one-shot fourth fifteen ten from the twenty five. This is really. I don't see John Mara saying, you know, what here's how we're gonna handle the end game scenario of Eli manning. Here's what we're going to do. We're going to acquire. Russell Wilson right now and pay him thirty some odd million dollars a year. Give him the contract that he wants including a sliding scale for for for salary cap. Breaking that precedence in leaving that in the laps of the other thirty one teams that are gonna have to sign their franchise quarterback one day and tell ally you're done now. That sounds out of the realm of never happening. But you get rid of the UI manning for Russell Wilson, though. And pay him thirty something million dollars a year. Really pay. I mean, oh Dell's gone. I don't know a sacred stone a rookie deal. You don't do that you draft the quarterback, and you pay him nothing and try and win the when the damn thing in that first opportunity Seattle. Yeah. That's what you do. Now. You don't just acquire the guy out of the blue at age thirty and pay him an an and get a monster huge s contract..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"We'll take your phone calls in this hour as we have for the last two. Doug Flutie is going to be calling in here on the show. I've been wanting to know what he thinks of everything going on in the National Football League of the way we evaluate quarterbacks right now. Certainly with the two quarterbacks who are let's put it this way. Vertically challenged. Should we put it? I mean, this is a guy and Flutie was five foot ten who is five foot ten and that was viewed as a severe. A severe hindrance when he was playing now five foot ten in eighth that check to box for calamari. And then there's Russell Wilson who today has set a deadline, and there's so much conjecture involving him right now that he said a deadline for today for a contract extension, and if not then talks tabled and. There's not just rumor that talks her tabled. For the rest of this year. But period that Wilson's Don negotiating for a long term contract that if he doesn't get one by today that he won't talk to the Seahawks about a long term contract again. Now, there's also word that he wants to have. A contract where? He would get a percentage of the salary cap additives contract as it goes up. That Wilson has been seen in interviews talking about the onset of sports gambling, and how it's going to become more and more legit. Yep. And that if the NFL gets in that business. If part of the revenue stream at the NFL gets into includes. Your hard earned American dollars being bet on its sport. And that is a part of the bottom line for the league. Ben that would be added to a salary cap figure that one would assume would go up more than the current salary cap goes up without that sort of revenue stream in it on an annual basis, and he wants a cut of that. And the fact that he wants to either get a new contract now or never at all with the Seahawks has led to the reporting out there that the Seahawks believe he wants to go to another team. And everyone assumes that other teams in New York Giants. For various reasons, the room has been out there for the fact that he was on Jimmy Fallon show a couple of weeks ago and Fallon out of the blue asked. Teams just that one team. Lot of people thought that was planted in some sort of a pre interview process. Wondered what they talk about? In those pre there's so much out there. I can tell you. But I've never in a walk year ever had say like Seth Meyers. Hey, Seth asked me about SPN going back there and how much I'd ever want to do that. So there's really so much conjecture. And all I would say is this, you know, if Russell Wilson wants to go on a Kirk cousins plan when his contract's up in two thousand twenty the franchise tag in twenty twenty would be thirty point three million thirty six point four million in two twenty twenty one. And then in twenty twenty two it would go up to. Fifty two million dollars for an annual salary. Which obviously is not so and he would be thirty three at that point with a huge window of opportunity to make a big killing at age thirty three. I mean, look what Aaron Rodgers just decide. Essentially at that age. And if you're sitting there saying, well, Russell Wilson shouldn't be the highest paid quarterback in the game. You're wrong. He should be. You know, why? Because it's his turn..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"You just look like the person who compares everybody from Asia to the to the other guys, even if they don't have similar I do it when their similarities, but if they're not the same that like just because he's a black speedy quarterback. They're not the same. Lamar Jackson is six two to fifteen like he has a little bit of size to him. He's not massive. He's not Peyton Manning. But Kyle Murray is. Small. He's done small. Yeah. Well, he's not Doug Flutie small, but he's drew Brees small ease. Russell Wilson small. Which that proves alienate. Great. Yeah. Yeah. It can be done at any height. I think height in the measurable goals in football or often overrated the obvious have some some correlation, but plenty of guys with prototypical size at the quarterback position fail with huge arms fail. Who knows? I I think that baseball prospecting is a crap shoot to begin with football is is a crap shoot as well. And I think while we in the football industry, especially in the fantasy industry try to project who's going to be great who's going to be not. Sometimes it's easy to tell you see guy like saquon Barkley, and you go that's going to translate if he's healthy. But guys like Tyler Murray who knows I mean, it really is a crap. Shoot completely depends on the team around him. And and the coaching staff because he is raw, but there's a ton of talent there. And if I was a first round pick, I would be forgoing baseball and having to wait three more years to get a big or we'll actually more like, you know, six to nine years to get a big payday from major league baseball for an instant one invoke Parreno man, you get. Yeah. You got the five million though for the signing bonus. But if he get you don't get your brains beaten million. I know I I think that it's like it's easy for us to go because we're never going to touch that kind of money anyway. So it's easy for us. Well over the long term baseball's the right answer. How many guys make it to the long-term? Like, we talked about the way teams hold down service time and the chances you're actually going to see that pay day when in and then you're Bryce Harper. You're one of the best players in the planet. Your twenty.

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"doug flutie" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on First Things First

"He ain't playing in the NBA like and we've seen those guys like for because we have seen the height threshold. Lowered slightly over the last few years. We saw Russell Wilson. We saw drew Brees eighteen years ago. Then Russell Wilson. Then Baker Mayfield. Like, oh guys under six feet can do it can do it. Don't mean guys under five ten can. I hope I'm wrong this guy. I love this style of football. And I like the guy that is trying to take what I believe to be the harder path. I think the easier path Rin be baseball. He's already got five million guaranteed have to give some of that back to take the harder path. But it can't be he can be Doug Flutie. He don't wanna be Doug Flutie and eighteen it's been a first round pick on him. Doesn't want him to be Doug Flutie Doug Flutie at one years full-time starter that was average that that is not what we're he be a competent backup. Sure. The you know what I mean like fine. But that's not what we're talking about here. No. I don't want him as a competent 'cause it's totally different style. I understand absolutely. Then have to change the whole system. And I'm gonna spend the first round pick for guy that's going to be a backup. No, no. Of course. So given what we're taught we're talking about him not because. He maybe he can be one of the ninety best quarterbacks in the world. It's can he be one of the twenty best quarterbacks in the world. And we've just never seen Baker Mayfield open the door from anyway, they were both so successful in that Oklahoma system. He saw Baker was able to do anything that you can see that. He might be able to. I is not going to change. But it is strength. Accuracy bulking up. Is there anything he can do to overcome that? No. I don't believe Baker helped him I believe ultimately bakers going to hurt him. Baker Mayfield also two hundred twenty pounds. I told you is on the field with him at Oklahoma. I touched a groceries. I touched a made, man. Let me see how this is how much you weigh and your height it has something to do Kyle. And he's one hundred ninety five pounds..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Who's six would five and stands in there. It's like now you want a collar Murray. It's crazy. How quick the NFL changes in? It's like a caveat type league because Russell Wilson's success because of Brees success because of Baker Mayfield, especially playing in Oklahoma and being undersized as well that helps them a ton. I'm not sure if he goes ahead of Askins but teams always wanna quarterback, and they want the guy who's electric and he'll diverse round the no jive. Policy requires that I point out. I haven't watched a lot of Oklahoma. I didn't get to watch a ton of college football in two thousand eighteen but looking at the kid he does he very short. I don't know how. But as long as there's the Doug Flutie. You know as people look back twenty years later. They look it's Doug Flutie actually didn't get a fair shake in the NFL as long as that example exists. I think that there will be some team. I I would bet almost anything that he will be a first round pick where that will be. I don't know he won't some teams will write them off because of the height, but he's going in the first round to the first round. But heightened late. I mean, he is he is he's tiny mind nine as he's he's tiny. And then not Baker. He's not even know sorta the Russell threes or anybody else the only cop is really, and then the guy Flutie and the other guy who's gonna go a high in the first one as a quarterback as Haskins there's like six three six four like to thirty. Are you get to choose spaghetti? Who'd he wants Hassans question accord, his stats were very impressive. You look. I mean, he played in the big ten which is a better defensive conference than the twelve. I mean fifty touchdown passes like seventy interceptions like seventy percent completion percentage. People were going crazy about darnold last year in the Pac twelve which is more of a passer finally conference like his stats crush darnold. So all the people who are. Anti sake. Barkley and pro darnold look at Haskins. All right. If that works out, then that's that's the only thing I'll say is. You don't get the Pat yourself on the back for that one. On the online giants fans. Don't get to say see worked to perfection. Yeah. By luck. Because you expected. Well, I did also say rod, but but you thought you thought the twenty eight eighteen giants we're going to be a playoff factor. So you didn't think you were going to have a shot to get a five QB in the top. Because there's always this one. There's always quarterbacks in to like David Guetta in the jazz, always running back. So you got that wrong. No. But every drive there's quarterbacks who pan out and work. That's my theory, by the way, my theory is as you know spaghetti and I'll share it with the listener as well. I think we're right on the cusp of being completely full thirty to thirty two. I think we're we're getting close to. I mean how many and you'd play the game. We've talked about this Joe flacco here. Here's the example. He's going to be out on the market. How many teams are actually made better? If you bring in league average guy or twentieth. Among all human beings that walked the big blue marble at playing quarterback. Currently who? I mean what teams does he improve? Joe flacco. The jags. I guess, you know, it was an interesting one the Bengals if you could, you know, if you're if you want to make a full-on overhaul that team move on from Andy Dalton that would be an interesting one because he's a better fit there for the pieces. They have assuming AJ green can come back at full speed in John Ross, if you're an optimist that his health is going to get better and more consistent. You know? I think that might be. But, but but my larger point is aren't we pretty close to everybody having a viable QB and the NFL I mean super close with flacco depends on what you're asking him to do like if you're asking to throw for thirty five touchdowns. He's not. But I think like Alex Smith kinda showed you the mold. If you have a good enough roster around you in terms of running game in a defense. It's like your job is just not throwing receptions and just slowly mythology. Move the ball in the field. Whatever what you can. What we learned that you need the playmaker..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:12 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You know, there are some first round running backs. Obviously Todd Gurley Zeke, you'll Elliott Sony. Michelle was late first round pick. And so was Mark Ingram was a number one. But you look around the running backs this weekend. Philly Wendell Smallwood round five Josh Adams, the Notre Dame kid undrafted free agent Marlin MAC for Indianapolis round four out of south Florida, Damian Williams, who's now the Kansas City runner undrafted free agent at Oklahoma C J Anderson, the former calbears now forced with the Rams undrafted free agent James white round for Rex per head round six I mean Austin. Eker was late round guy. If drafted at all, my point is just that if you look at the backs, by the way, they're all roughly two hundred ten pounds to two hundred and twenty five pounds. Yeah. You're not gonna get away with running. You can get a guy in the first round. You can get a guy after the draft. But you have to get a guy who's roughly between two oh five and two thirty. You know, these all I love Matt Brita, and I love these little tiny back the Niners have had. But these guys get hurt. You look at the guys who are healthy in January for these playoff teams. They're going about twenty to twenty five in that range. And if you know the Niners could use that kind of a back. Yeah. Sure. Well, guys like me who observed from from their couch. It's one of the surprises. It gets me every year. Well, you can always get a back running back later in the draft. You can always, you know, unless you get you know, you had the the New York Giants with the kid from Penn State. That's obviously with a second special. He's very special shows girly girl. He's real special. I had a couple of weeks off. He looked great. But how great is C J Anderson. Looking right now to me, the Rams that was the unbelievable pick up when you think about it. The Rams picked up C J Anderson. Gary in week sixteen. He ran for one hundred twenty three yards and two touchdowns loss Angeles ran for two seventy three it almost six yards. He was in one week. They cut him. Yeah. He got cut by Denver after good run and Gruden brings him in cuts him after a week. It was funny. I'm I'm I always watched the NFL show, and it's with Dion Sanders and Shannon Sharpe. Shannon. Sharpe. Had a good line. He says he would never win the shirt off Olympics. C J Anderson. Yeah. Because sharp would. Yeah. Well, yeah. And that's probably why brought it up. Right. And he says would never win the shirt off Olympics. Maybe goes, but damn you need four five yards in there. He just keeps pounding and pounding. And yeah, he's awesome for CJ. C J Anderson is a bee's. Yeah. And right now, they've got C J Anderson in short yardage and they've got Todd Gurley and Gough throwing the rock, and you gotta give you gotta give the Rams credit. I mean, they're run d on paper, look bad. They totally took away Ezekiel Elliott from Dallas get forty yards and bottled him up you were right to about the crowd. I said jeeze fifty fifty it looked like for Dallas Dallas in half. Rams. Are they meant we were talking about LeBron specifically fifty fifty half Dallas half? Lebron? That's my thing when you're injured, you know, don't wear man purse. Okay. But it's two thousand nineteen but just don't be strutting around. I I still a believer. You don't have to stay in a hole. But if you're not performing just to go, and and you know, everybody's. No catch in case since the end of the world saying, I would prefer to stay home. Don't participate in the superstars competition. Hey, you wanna go to a football game and sit in the stands with your man purse. You should do it gauchos, whatever kind of pants. Roland. I must have missed the the purse. I again, I look at I look at him as a man not as a fashion Easter. But what he had a real person he's going through that single strap. You know, it's some somebody had didn't carry like a bag that was one hundred and twenty thousand dollars back. It wasn't that nice of a bag, and it was one of his lesser purse bed bed. People don't these guys are given these bags. I mean, I I don't think they spend two hundred twenty thousand dollars Edvin great. If you were narcissistic basketball players know, you wanna give him the old line the old halo Sissy with. I mean. Great. If you if you had him one on one, sure. Yeah. Nice purse. Nice merce. Nice man purse. Love your submerse man, purse o-. Okay. I well. I hate to say it men wear the fanny packs. Rick Perry does highlighted by Rick berry. I mean that was. Unless you're like a football trainer. Take off your fanny. Unless you're carrying citizens that are gonna cut you're one of the greatest basketball players of all time. I probably the fanny pack, but he would he would wear it proudly to record walk any sit down you have it. If you're concerned about having your pocket pick in Barcelona. That's one thing. Otherwise, lose your man purse. Hey, hey, we're talking about this the as Cuyler Murray and again, two different stories report all over the news last night here. The sports news is that. Hey, the as are offering fifteen million dollars for Murray. Are they offering that or is that what he's asking? Yeah. I was going to either way that was the figure being thrown out to get Kyle Murray to forego the NFL draft, and then this morning bean is quoted as saying money was not discussed. I hate to say it. What else are you talking about? Right. I guess maybe just feeling each each other out. But if you're not talking about money, I mean, just hey, you're gonna love it here at the Oakland Coliseum was torn up now with the raiders supposedly being enforced met with Murray on Sunday to try to convince him to play baseball. And and get the as game four point six six million dollars. You know, as we said before he's five nine he'd be the shortest quarterback in the NFL since Doug Flutie today. I guess is the deadline for to enter or not enter the NFL draft. And they were I believe check that might just for fun. Yeah. And the speculation is Murray wanted fifteen million dollars from the as to play baseball only into say goodbye to the draft. Now, I Susan slush updated her story saying that I believe that he still could enter the draft today and still work out an arrangement with the as for more money. I believe if I read that correctly, I'll have to look that up again. But I mean fifteen million dollars. If you really think that this is a starting center fielder with power and speed who's going to impact the game. I mean, we know his speed it impacts the game. But if you're if you're scouts think that this kid's gonna hit and he's going to be a big league hitter. You know, he's going to be an impact runner and fielder in center field. Fifteen million dollars for that the way fifteen million dollars. Heck, I mean, the giants, you know, there's they're the giants probably paid more than that. Unlike bonus throw away money to Kane got seven. Last year. I mean, they're fifteen million dollars in the grand scheme of things in a for a major league baseball investment. If you think the guys on all star long-term, that's still a relative pittance. I say give them the fifteen million. And you know, if if if you're even coming to a figure that means that the that he's either leaning towards baseball or his handlers are heavily pointing him towards baseball give him the financial incentives. So we can feel good about her. I look at this from the standpoint, I don't want this guy getting out of it. I don't want to. Yeah. I have no draws I have everyb-. At least I've I got this guy. People are talking about the future and the stadium and him in it. And you know, what I'm saying he's a bit. Here's disagree with you. I preface everything by saying I've got nothing at stake. Maybe if I was in charge of getting him to spring training in March I feel differently. But if he still has a little inkling of I wanna play football. I would rather he get that out of his system. And and and all of a sudden he hits it, right? And he's a star in the NFL when then I lost out. But I don't wanna have a guy who comes here with any doubts. Like, okay. I I took the most money at the time, but darn it. I just wonder how I would be in the NFL. I guess I'd rather have him try the NFL if that's in his heart. And then if it doesn't work to his satisfaction. Then you come and play baseball rather than hey, I'm gonna pay you right now more money than you could make if you love somebody set them free. I in in a weird way. You really loved me. They'll come back to me in a weird way. I mean what? And then they got the first hand. But he can't hit. Right. So let's say you can't hit any two three months. He's I could've gone to football. Then he gets discouraged. And you always got that talk. Let him if unless he comes right out and says, I don't wanna play football anymore. I'm trying to think of fiscal risks that are playing football though, that, you know, that's that's the problem did Shirley ward. That's the only guy can think of that didn't try to Heisman winner. He played basketball. All right. All right. Yeah. Had a career in eight it. But he never tried football. At all now at all. Okay. I mean, the only guy is Florida state. Yeah. But I I don't think he was. Yeah. Arm strength for the NFL. This kid's got plenty arm strength, putting his five nine and the last five nine quarterback was Doug Flutie and Doug Flutie was not exactly all world. So yes there are shorter quarterbacks. Russell Wilson's probably five eleven. It's not like, you know, five nine is a sentence. Like, forget it. He's got incredible arm strength. Great foot speed. So maybe he could be the rare guy at five nine who gets it done. But to me if you got if you've got the as over here saying, here's fifteen million dollars. I don't know. I mean, it's not like he's a he they think he's a scrub in in baseball. They think of him as a leadoff hitter centerfielder impact player. He's he can make a ton of money playing baseball. All right. We got a lot of football coming up Pereira. And a few minutes, maybe on the other side, we come back and talk about Steph curry, I think if you're actually watching the games, I think he's inserted himself back in the MVP talk. I know Joe Johnson. And go around the league, even the the joker in Denver. But this guy if the warriors get on a roll with cousins coming in Friday, I think he showed last night mad at the end of a game. You want the ball in his hands. We'll talk about it straight ahead on the sports leader. Gary and Larry on KNB are six eighty the sports..

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"doug flutie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"doug flutie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Things change, right. Got breaking news, hashtag things change. I mean Cuyler Murray when he signed with the as was going to be here, and they said go play one more year football have fun kid. Go have a milkshake down at the corner. Stop shoe store with your best gal, Amen, back half college one more year. Then we'll see on the ball field. As David Bowie says in his legendary track, Murph chitchat changes. Yeah. These was it the that on. Yeah. Trying to change their career to try to change their sport quite aware of the money. They can I. So all of a sudden Tyler marine credit to Susan's lesser of the chronicle for the scoop, and I'm telling you I had that for boating feeling man, we kind of brushed up against. Wondering playing better and better. The semi-final against Bama good second half. I was like who. Boy, this guy something now interesting stat from what are the ESPN AURELIA stat guys? I follow he is listed as five foot ten now. He might not be five. But that's one thing you the combine by the way is a real barefoot measurement of your height. But he's listed at five ten and since the nineteen seventy AFL NFL merger. Doug Flutie is the only quarterback five foot ten or shorter to win an NFL game. At quarterback is crazy. I mean, he's short man, you know, and he might come out at five nine. I don't know if he's five nine you go draft this guy. I mean, do you go drafts a five nine? I mean, Russell Wilson's considered short. Right. Was he six feet or is he five eleven what's he listed as he's pretty sure to? Yeah. He's got to be five no taller than five eleven that was the knock on him coming out. I gotta say though, I was I was more confident. A lot of people might disagree with this. But you know, I'll watch both of them five eleven I thought that Baker Mayfield whatever better chance at being a good pro personally at his height and he's very short to. What are they? Eleven gross exaggeration. He's short too. But I felt better about him going to the pros. And I do about for Ryan. And I don't think he's lost one is no way to go on another January digression for you. You mentioned Baker Mayfield. Yeah. I'm driving to first graders to basketball practice yesterday. And I as trying to give a musical education going around the dial. It can't all be Baz e and marshmallow and Zad and all the nonsense. That's polluting. I just said a bunch of names, you don't even know. No. Iraq polluting the top forty airwaves these days. So I went over to eighty eight and here came in the air tonight. Phil Collins track that survived the generations, actually, the people still know that. Here's how much it survived. The generation. Yeah. The hangover with Mike Tyson when he punched that guy out ahead like a renaissance. I'm going to go a little more. Recent Baker Mayfield in the final week of the season when they played the Steelers right now who they the Steelers final week. No, they played the raiders ravens net. Great game. They almost knocked the ravens on the playoffs. Well, Baker mayfield's beginning to be, you know, from the stare downs of Hugh Jackson on there was a a mean went viral or a gift went viral there in the air tonight was being played on the PA system before the game and Baker as he was warming up and skipping around and doing his dances. Did it dramatic air drum, and I told the kids about it. Yeah. And they got hyped up because they know who Baker Mayfield is. But they don't know feel Colorado. Right. Right. And then I turned it up for them. And they now they're now I got to first Greyfield aerodrome to Phil Collins. Not we don't need that. But anyway, paulie. Yes. I was gonna say you had to choose between the two for your kids. I'll give you Baker. Or Phil Collins, I'm asking you to make a choice on behalf of the kids. Those are two such despair might go collars Baker. I got to support him. I mean, he was spitting out hits every time. There's another one he's good. Good drummer. Yeah. He's such a good drummer. Actually, he played drums on Robert plant solar records that Raftery leppin. Yeah. He's good. He's good. Anyway, remember how many hits he used to how to do? We talk about hit makers the car stuff like that Collins, my dunk on all of it. Live eighty. Like one of the biggest acts at Live Aid willing to bet top of my head. He added least twenty top ten single deletes it fallen out of the hit tree and hitting every branch on the way down. What did you ever notice? How like today's pop star data. Look like Phil Collins Collins ain't getting a gig today. He's not he's right in that song for Ed Sheeran. Kelly has Collins ten got his foot in the door. Collins Collins is a a gnome so anyway, all due respect, his unknown bonobos a gnome to we give back to Cuyler Murray and the situation for the as as a baseball fan, I'm bombed after watching him play football as they I can't wait to watch this guy. Steele bags Rome center, do that whole thing. Well, maybe he will. We should. I mean, we could happen still but interesting in man, the, you know. Don't say something because somebody will tape you. And then catch you. And then you're gonna have to be held to your words cliff Kingsbury, head coach at Texas Tech. Extremely good looking dude exactly two good. Looking actually makes me feel not that great about myself. I was thinking about this guy that look in heaven can wait, Murph. Can I get that coach? Bruce Arians, Tampa Bay. Okay. The bachelor is Asian bunny. Joe of the NFC west Colorado Kingsbury in Phoenix McVeigh in LA. And we're even throwing Thailand. And he's got that saying that look. What does Pete Carroll thing because this is his division? No. But he's looking at his peers are his three peers, and he's like look at me. What am I maybe he's big on like the Gill community whether your grandfather's? Thinks he has a little bit bachelor. Oh, there's gotta be something out there for him. He's a grandpa. I'd like Murphy much. It's not so much a division for football competition as it is a Hong Kong. The NFC west fricking honk Kong in peak careless Hollander in Pete Carroll's. The hunt for the Betty white crowd. Yes. Exactly. But anyway, cliff clings very cliff cliff Kingsbury when he lost Oklahoma on October twenty eighth of this past season. So just two months ago, right three months ago. Here's what he said about. Kyla Mary Tyler is. I mean, he's a free, man..

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Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa honored for setting new world record for riding 80-foot wave

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Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa honored for setting new world record for riding 80-foot wave

"Where are you going howard and he goes i'm out of here it was howard porter walking out the door first round pick by the chicago bulls i'm going man this a crazy league crazy league but jerry west as you would expect jerry west with beautiful penmanship go around the room that's worse for the weekend fritzy what did you learn today what i learned i'm sorry your best best with the dodgers riding the giants saturday two thousand twelve world series mvp pablo sandoval moves from third base to the mound to pitch a perfect ninth inning no hits on eleven pitches they found a new closer pablo sandoval worst game six in utah friday night paul george five points six turnovers carmelo anthony seven points russell westbrook stat line included to run ins with jazz fans not good paulie would you learn the worrying best in the world surf league which i didn't know there was one the w s l says rodriguez cokes has ridden the biggest wave ever surfed back in november eighth in portugal he's from brazil and portugal he wrote a wave that they estimate is eighty feet high that breaks beats record of seventy eight feet by american garrett mcnamara in two thousand eleven you nailed it good video and the other best of the weekend is shape patterson the former quarterback at ole miss will be eligible to play for michigan the season i don't really carry the way but he wears number twenty at quarterback which i love it's very like paul crew burt reynolds longest yard any quarterback who wears a twenty or in the twenty s were big fans doug flutie see new connor best and worst andrew that's going to have a big impact on your future mock draft by the way oh patterson playing that just shook up everything he's at number twelve matt miller is go ahead sorry i digress my best and worst is actually the same thing just over the weekend a website called the ten and three dot com released the most miserable sports city the two thousand eighteen edition and so what they do is they create a misery score which basically calculates.

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