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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

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"In preparation for you. Either accurate neither. So what, what went behind to get the invitation to follow through with it this time to go up and take advantage of both of those opportunities. Well, I promised my son Jack, we were watching the masters year ago. And I said, I'm gonna take you that masters next year and to golf Termine he, he didn't forget about got a memory like you can't believe so then the spring rolled around and we're in spring practice. So couldn't do it but. So we got an open weekend, this weekend here and really I can matter days. Texas Jason day and, and he texts. Right back and got us got us three passes for the for the tournament on Saturday. And then. Have a couple unpire friends, Scott Barrett is a is a good. Good friend, and he's a major league umpire he called up. Ted Barrett who was doing the game at Yankee Stadium and Ted was able to get us three three tickets for the game. And. I played against Ted Barrett. Back in high school. He was I think at Los Altos high school, and I was Apollo Alto highschool. He played each other in basketball football and baseball. He was a really good player. Anyway. Long story short. We got we got tickets now for the golf tournament and we got tickets for the Yankee Stadium. So we booked a flight and, and got over there, and then just amazing things happen. You know, when you're the with the six year old who loves sports and he loves he'll Aaron judge is his favourite player. And we got to talk to Aaron Boone, the great manager of the, of the Yankees and couldn't have been a couldn't have been nicer more. Hospitable guy before the game down a batting practice and I mean unbelievable family rape. My dad goes back to Ray boot with the forty-eight Indians rookie, he was a row. We walked down onto Yankee Stadium Email. We walk into this magnificent Coliseum. We walk in around the backstop. Off, you know where they're taking poop got crack of the bat, and they're taking infield and take of this. Practice once the guy walks over and taps you on the shoulders, Aaron Boone, he said, Goeke, soaks, so excited aired boo grandson of ray-ban your grandson.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Now back to attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast. So let's head down to South Africa. When our very own Matt Dudek who checked in with us during the early stages at the Michigan football team trip to South Africa here on a tacky. Stay the harbach podcast first up. Here's Maddie D And coach Harbaugh on with coach Saturday morning. Got here last night. Coach what your first impressions of South Africa, amazing views breathtaking, really standing on signal hill right now. Overlooking off Cape Town zero posting pictures with this. You know, what do you think? Well, let's say you need with beach ocean. Like city mountain ranges. Got to get a little bit of everything. Now, we obviously had a long way to get over here. What did you do to pass the time on play watched a lot of movies, and I worked on my computer? Gonna nap. All right. Well, we'll come back, and you guys. What did I do? I did watch about five movies slept. And I feel like they fed us every fifteen minutes. It's nice to have some time. You know? To talk on the phone or no cellphones. And they're just sitting there and watching movies and joying those off probably never movie that I watched I this rewind wanted every single time to everybody seems very. Everything is like having the they're loving it. That's kind of a consistent theme. Everybody on time this morning guy breakfast time, and and just ready to like just attack the day the tax day known to mankind Kabul in studio. They're back in studio right now. So we'll kick it back to you guys. And we'll see you soon back does soon. But first here's Maddie de with offense coordinator, Josh Gaddis. We're with coach Gaddis offense coordinator wide receiver coach coach Saturday morning. We just woke up long day travel. What is your first impression of Capetown? So far, just amazing. How beautiful it is literally where we're saying. It's amazing resorted to selling right against the water. You see mountains waking up and saying the sunrise, it was like a kid in candy store this morning, waking up I'll just excited and kinda seem sunrise beautiful as part of the country as we are one hundred yards away from the beach right now big crashing ways on. Threes. What do you think the guys are seeing child excited with your interaction this morning? Oh, the really exciting. You know? That's all the talking about is how beautiful this place is, you know, they're very thankful for these opportunity on his trip. It was something that we would probably a little bit worried about what the long flight, but our kids analytics during the will they slept on the plane, and you can tell their excitement in there. You know, this time for them to bomb. You know, they're having fun being around their teammates enjoying this opportunity to give it a day. And what was the thing that you did the pass the time on the flight? Well, I watched all our spring. Yeah. Download it all failed from practice and a lot of spring cleaning, you know, as far as watching our ups and practicing and a little sleep in there and watch the movies caught up on designated survivor so season two of that. So I'm caught up now. That is better than me. I felt like I was an infant all I did was eating sleep and go to the bathroom the Dahmer there. So I will catch up with coach Gaddis later on the trip. Now, here's with tight ends coach Sharon more bar. I'm sitting having breakfast with coach more coach more. What's your first impression South Africa with a beautiful place? We were left my and the hotel resort. Everything's beautiful excited to get started with all of them. So we're literally on the beach. What are you most looking forward to kinda as we start literally today rose is looking forward to scenery, you know, just talking to one of the players. He got up for the first time and watch the sunset over the beach. So look forward to going out looking around the Todd looking down really important for later on this week..

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"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"We're we're we're getting close to being able to hit those deep throws those shots down the field. Now, Oliver Martin Roddy bell, Mike, San sill, Tariq black still. Doing some good things. Really also want him to take the next step. You know, really become a detail player detail with the technique detail and better conditioned, but he's he's he's in a position to also take a take another step. And so I think we're coming along really good in that area. Nobody really the finished product yet. But you know, on their way, you know, on their way, but they got the got things to, you know, some puzzles two pieces of the puzzle to keep keep putting together, but very impressed with with that as well and short yards running game. We gotta get better at we're right now, there's going to be a real emphasis in the next two practices of you know, running the ball inside. We're not we're not playing with the pad level and the and the and the strike, you know, in the finish that we need to. So that we're gonna hap up the old inside run, drew. That drill drills getting getting aft- up and ramped up as say a little froth going. Bo would say it's time to grind little meat. So you. Two more practices left with two fractures left. Yes. Tuesday and Thursday. And then so next week on the podcast will do a little spring ball recap. It we'll do a little more football than, but there are a couple of things I do wanna hit on as we open things up here and attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast as you've actually where I was going to go with this originally before we jumped off into the football conversation because there's so much football going on. Did you happen to have a chance to see the biggest story in sports over the weekend with Tiger Woods went in the master's and pull him back and greatness rising back to the top. Yeah. That was that was a terrific tournament. And. Really really happy for for Tiger Woods. You know, somebody you've kind of feel like you're, you know, we've all been watching for so long, and it was a thrill to see him. You know, having a heaven the thrill of being right back in that in that moment, you know in that championship chase. And and he delivered yet again that was a great moment at the end when he's there hugging his kids. And I know you can have now like Jack. I'm sure you as the embrace of father, son or mother and a mother and son with him and his mom and then him with his kids. And now you after big wins or you after your kids have big wins. You can relate to those really special private moments that are very public. And for me. It was back when his dad was still with us and one that I tournament is dad waiting for him. And they ended the story by on the Bob Hope show and his dad how he got him involved in golf early. You gotta think that his dad somewhere. It's got a big smile on his face. And then giving him a high five I'm sure he does something else has been a hot topic. Around town as of late. It's something that you actually deal with a lot of the football side of the not quite as much as they do on the basketball side. But right now, coach lines dealing with a couple of guys that have, you know, they make a decision to leave early and in the NBA, you can you announce you go through the full processes a lot to go through and then you could withdraw or not. But as you guys go through the process, or if if maybe one of the basketball players came to you and said what what is your advice, a young guys when they're if it's their a borderline guy, whatever it might be. And they're just they're kind of sitting there not really sure exactly should they leave school early. Should they go pro? And they come back is there specific kinds of things that you talk about what the guys or advice you'd like to live by. Yeah. I do I keep it real simple. I mean, get your degree. Once you have you degree in your in your pocket, then that would be the time to leave college and move on. With your life's work your life, your next life's endeavor,.

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"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I don't see a lot of schools that have at the other way around and we see in students and the players. As if dad was asking the other day, what we will be why Michigan what stood out the most and my wife, and I we went on visits was particularly for practice. We spent a lot of time trying to be close to the players and listen to the players on the sidelines. The players recruiting for you more than anybody. And they're talking, and they don't they forget that people are around, and they will talk about coaches talking about players talk about king and Michigan players love in their their their mother. I've never heard of negative were out of a Michigan player when nobody was around. And we've heard that I'll schools so there's just something different. You know, it's. Again, it comes back down to feel like home in on his family, and it's just always felt like home to us in Olen most obviously Nolan, but I'm going to be a little biased. Well, we love reluctant to. Do you know, that's what? And that's what always really to me. Always makes it a family because we have football. But the other thing we have in common that that that a family a youngsters choosing Michigan in. We are choosing the youngster the be here. And then with the football component of that that makes that makes the ball team. Then it makes the makes the family so her Naveh better guy or better family to be the be joining us than than run family. And so for. Yeah. It's so cited go blue. Up next. Ed talk billion for Jack talk here on package day, the Harbaugh's podcast. This is Jack talk. I wanna listen I want to be better. I want to be the best. I can be welcome to our team that Jack talk as you get older. You get to be seventy eight years old. Here's what I find here grows in places that it hadn't been before. Welcome to hashtag, Jack talk is now when we usually get the Jack talk here and attack he stayed the Harbaugh's podcast. But as you heard earlier on the show, Jack as an Zona with John Harbaugh, the NFL spring meeting, so we're doing a little Ed talk. Instead with Ed Warner who is with us during the Todd Rumbelow lucky sports parents interview in coach Warner it's you must be just having a blast this last week or so getting the guys back out on the football field. Oh, it's been awesome. I mean, the group of guys I have the room. I have great guys..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I think for the most part our guys went home spent time with their families and did a few of the workouts that that coach Herbert prescribed form getting rest rest their mind rest their bodies. I know there's probably a few that that did the spring break thing. Did not get any calls, which is good. I mean, you're not a you're not as coach I'm not somebody that's looking through the keyholes or underneath the door crevices. But I still worry that call that guy. I worry I worry about just like my own kids when he told me I'm going they're going on a spring break. I much prefer that they go to spring break and go home with their like, I'm sorry shape. Patterson going training training. I know exactly what he knows what he's doing and the others that are that are going home to rest their minds and their bodies in the company of their families. You know, I can't remember that getting them. And you know, what they're doing? I bring this up without having talked to you about this. I'm really interested in one thing I found out about a team as we begin spring practice is an indicator to what kind of team that you were going to have is if everyone is back on time we used to get the guy everyone. Once in a while they'd be somewhere and the playing. Motored in goal or. I flight I missed my flight and of the car didn't start. I mean, they would go on and on and on. And if you had a significant number of them, it was not a good indicator of so I throw that out. How are we doing? We'll find out. The first day back. I'm not going to go on and live at say. It's it's I don't know yet. I don't know you no indication whatsoever. I haven't had an indication that nobody's here yet. But the we'll see next week will when the days complete and all the lift groups of have checked in. And then we will know check off from from coach Herbert, you know, everyone showed up three that bring that up for next week. So we have a little drum roll here in preparation for next today today is a mandatory day. So we we can't take attendance we go. We will have that information. I'll say the car not starting team might be legit. I went through that last night. So the car not starting might be legit. If it's one person once you have a bunch of them, then you may have may have a problem and speaking of spring, you know, what I just wanna say in my head coach should have started earlier and earlier. So I started my car last night. Give it a try early in. Double double check the gas and everything else. Well, yeah. I mean flight if I can't if you allow me to tell somewhat funny story now, it's a it's been a spin a year, but we did have. A youngster who again names it was a freshman. So he's a first time. I can't we're not going to say any names to protect paying. But he missed his flight coming back last year from from spring break. And then he told me the story couldn't get a ride was promised to ride. Then. No. Then the next person the card in start it all boil down to he didn't he didn't wake up early enough and didn't have a plan about how to get himself to the to the airport. I questioned him on why not take an Uber or you didn't have ten dollars to take an take over the story unravelled and the excuses kept piling up. But what I told him was. Okay. Here's what we're gonna do. We're gonna do a practice. Run. Your flight was at seven oh five, and I know from where you live. It takes half an hour to get to the airport and you want to get to an airport two hours before it leaves. So tomorrow, I am going to come. Pick up you're gonna you're gonna call me or text meet tomorrow morning. You should text me at at at four thirty..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"But now the kids are in uniform, the cheerleader or jerseys or their mission helmet out today this past week, and we bought the baseball jerseys. We got the football jerseys Michigan head to toe. You've had quite a few visits to the end. Then. Yes, yes. I think we're now Jordan its biggest biggest customer. So blessed. Yes. Oh, very, absolutely. What's the range the day ges? Okay. So my oldest nineteen it's my daughter Ryan. And then there's Joey and then there's a he's eighteen minutes Jason sixteen and then Jake's thirteen and then Lauren just turned eleven and then Alex's seven at eight. And and Leo seven. Oh, I'll I'll very blessed. So I passed that Aaron so thank you. If you're listening. Alex. Can I got the video on my phone if you wanna see it? But cheerleading outfit and doing the floss. Yes jacket. Oh, yeah. I showed I'm showing my kids the game tape of the of the floss. She's a she's incredible yet. So they're they're great. I mean, they're I mean, I can't tell you how blessed I am. I mean, everybody says, well, I can't believe you have seven kids. And I always say, I can't believe I didn't have more. Awesome. Now, Erin Eric cooks kind of describe because I saw it firsthand. I mean there there's food coming out of every part of the kitchen. I mean, there was there's there was pizza buffalo buffalo. Buffalo heats up with chicken pizza over there. And you're making bites. You get Alfred. Oh, so we're from Youngstown Ohio originally, Aaron and I. So, you know, we grew up with Sunday dinners and big family dinners. You know, you know, that's just the way we grew up and family's very important about the bus. Well, when I first met Aaron, and we were going to get married, and she's told me that she wanted to have ten children in my dad said, listen, I love Aaron she's a beautiful woman. Don't marry. Wow. He said ten children. Away. Don't do it. So we have it. But I have the best wife in the world. So family is really important to us. And when we moved away we moved away, we want the kids have that same kind of atmosphere, you know, family atmosphere and Sunday dinners, always been one of the things that we've always remembered growing up, you know, cousins and aunts and uncles and family getting together on Sunday. So we kind of we kinda opted that you know for the neighborhood. So our house on a Sunday can get anywhere from twenty to sixty to seventy people in Aaron starts in the morning, and she'll make homemade homemade pasta, the anything and she's just cooking from morning until night..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I mean, he had to be had to be good at bright. You know? And your son's actually, not really just a dual sport athlete. He's a black belt to. Yes, he's black bound taekwondo and jitsu. That's correct. After visiting the home of going, the I could see that a black belt in that house. You need to. Need to be something that there's a lot of little mid now. Hey, guys are everywhere. I mean, they come at you. They wanna wrestle. They want to throw footballs at you. I mean, we have their seven children Joe, Joey is the oldest brother the second child, but the little ones are active. They liked the play though, eight the rest of the way. So you need to be on always on guard when you walk in our house how many times you your family? You say you're they're wrestling around. They're coming off the walls off the floors. If I have to tell you one more time, I'm coming up there. Do you ever? Do you hear that very often? Well, only when my wife starts is. Are you going to do something about that? Because I'm not in them, go, right? The boys. I'm letting them go. I'm I wanna to see who's gonna win. Right. I'm kind of you know, she doesn't know I'm not in the middle of it watching. So when she then she says are you going to do? I'm like if I have to tell you guys one more time to knock it off. It's going to be here. All your Aaron voice is gonna get you in trouble on gonna listen. Takes your picture. Like, I mean, this is I mean, this is one of the all time best home visits you're on. And you know, it starts off. I'm playing catch with the kids because I've done on other other home visits. We play a little catch on the front yard or this. This one was was the same way that way, but they didn't want stop Velasco's kids. It's not just stopped with a little catch. You know, Then then they they they. they they want to keep it going and wrestled little wrassling. I had to go to my technique where I sit on the couch, and ooh, and they run route one handers we had to go. I mean, every every possible thing with two heads gets with one. They wanted to play the game where five hundred where you throw it up. And then they all they all go for, but we're kind of in the livery room and stuff it's starting to. So we had to separate them had to be one one-two-three whether or not we're not causing injury on the home visit break in anything. But Aaron didn't care. Well, they were excited because one of them one of them came in the room and said, hey, mom, coach heart bolster on the ball and live. And she gave the thumbs up. So it's okay. Is that a it was a real? Yeah. They usually rate we didn't break break things. We rule in our house to the grandkids. But we don't. Yeah. They don't play next thing. You know, something's getting kicked getting broken. You're listening to attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast. Wherever you go. However, you for energy on the go. It's got to be five hour energy it works fast. It.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I really did this. This was a story written by Tim of bore tos a Ken repository newspaper February tenth two thousand nineteen and it was sent to me Ron Blackledge a former teammate of mine at bowling green can't night who who knew dick very well sent the article on his on his passing, and I had the pleasure of meeting. Dick Kempthorne twice when speaking at the NFL hall of fame luncheon and Ken and which dick put together way back in the sixties when the hall of fame came there to can. And he was a real in. Real Michigan, ma'am. He was a former canton McKinley high school and university of Michigan football star. We talked about the mcdaniels their their career Ken McKinley and my career there university of Michigan plate he played on the university of Michigan football team nineteen forty seven thousand nine hundred forty eight undefeated football teams, nineteen forty nine. He was on the university of Michigan football team. I subject before we get how about this. He actually started his college career playing for sid Gillman and your. Will is fascinating. He went third World War Two where he was part of the invasion of the Philippines. And then he transferred here at a nineteen forty six. He was playing for while he Weber's team of reserves. And there was a quote from Fritz Kreisler that said get that wild man out of there. He's the roughest showing man we've had around here since the late Bill Hewitt. He's strode the landscape with football humanity. That was Wisconsin state journal article nineteen forty seven, but that's what he wasn't even eligible to play because he was on the transfers IRS freshmen were eligible in those days. So based on the war. They changed the rules for couple of years, but he was ineligible at the time. Yeah. But interesting guy and in his football career described some he had massive your strong hands. And he never ever lifted away. He got those hands strong hands by doing pushups and pull ups, and he developed the rest of the store you'll get somewhat of an idea about that. He. As you mentioned. He was so physical in practice on the practice field that he had to be taken out of practice. So they wouldn't hurt his hurt. His teammates in one thousand nine hundred sixty six over dinner. He convinced Dan dear door, then a senior at Glenwood high school in Kano Hieaux to attend university of Michigan. And Dan describes dick as a Michigan man through and through. And that was one of the big reasons that he chose Michigan after graduating from Michigan. When this story gets really good after graduating from Michigan dick entered the United States Air Force as a pilot he flew one hundred and one missions in the Korean war. He was awarded the soldier's medal for saving the life of a fellow air force pilot who had crashed on an airfield in Japan. And the and the soldier was a gentleman by the name of new tenant, Henry rock of Brooklyn, New York. He. Collided with another aircraft on that airfield. The second aircraft came down on a on Henry rocks plane, and he was trapped in the plane and a fire broke out. And what happened after that? Dick Kempthorne saw the crash sprinted two hundred yards to Disley who football fields two football fields..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Never forget it right off the living room there the way from the dinner table and Jim via you like curly. And I do I like curly. I love curly. With the Olympics are on. I I'd love curling. I watch any sport in the in the Olympics curling is my favorite favorite sport. I'm going on. Jim the reason I the reason I ask you if you know curling goes, this is about to take place is think of curling use it as a knowledge -i Maya myself, as parents are we are giving we are giving the momentum's of the curling rock rock, and we are we are tossing it down the lane. And then you as a coach I want you on the other end with the broom, I want you to sweep in manipulate bring him right into the into the center into the bulls idea understand that I'd go crystal. The fact that is the maybe the greatest analogy of. Our role is we're are all coaches that I've ever heard in my entire coaching career. I say I'm gonna use that I'm gonna give you credit for that. Chris I will get credit. I will say that. Can you has you have used it with numbing repetition? How did you come upon that Chris, you know, a buddy of mine, and he and I were talking about the there's actually a definition for curling parents in parent to sweep and get out of the way for their kid sort of like a hover parent, and I'll say that's not us. You know, we, but we we liked to do is as kids going to college is that we need somebody to keep them in that group. And I was like, okay that'll work. And I kind of went from there with it. It's classic though. Because as a parent, I mean, you're giving them momentum. You're giving them the direction. I mean, it's got to be in the right direction. If it's off to the sides or backwards. I mean, there's no chance right? If it is not no matter what you do as a coach. There's no chance get unless the parents have guided them in the in the right direction to me, it makes it makes all the sides. It's got both sides of the equation. As a parent myself as a coach, myself responsibility. It truly truly resonates. Yeah. I mean, some kids you have to probably sweep a little harder faster. But all in all it's the same thing. I mean, I mean mentor ship and we're passing our kid on and eighteen years. So you don't do say a kid onto anybody. But even as a pair of myself also paints a good picture two of them in. This is this is really the most productive thing that you can do for your child. I mean, it's not it's not gonna be being a helicopter parent or being kamikaze parrot. You know, you're not in the best interest of of the youngster. But being a really good at at being the curler thrower is that what it's called. Are they are they the pusher, which there, I don't know? I watch once every four years, I don't know all the terminology will medal a cow enough force so Christmas go back into when did you assuming as a football player with kids at you footballs been around their lives, when did you know that your son was going to be a football player? Not just football football player. Coach, Mary, I think it's first year was like when you or eight an initially..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

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"How are you doing great? Got my dad here Mike here. This is Jack or what's up, Gary. It's Matt great. Great. Great, right. We had a little recruiting function two nights ago and got CK had dinner with Kate and watch him interact. With his teammates. And in some of the Kurtz, you would have been proud proud. Heck didn't even tell you. How happy he is. He looked happy smile you happy. But you know, what? I love about him start with this right now. I mean, yeah. This is a very confident youngster because he's works. He works his butt off at all times. He's throwing every single day. He was here. Sunday morning throwing at nine AM. If there's somebody to throw with the throws with them or he throws in the nets. I mean, he's a maniac. He's a maniac, but also the Jim Ryan five it's not like. Yeah. I think that's part of that. I think that's why seven so much fun because he's bike. It's okay to be out there. But I just make this observation about which you don't always find with hard-working. Jim rap guys is he's he's not uptight is not an uptight guy. He is a funny. Teammates, really liked him. You know, he he's he's loose. He as just the the right reactions if you know, not all uptight and clenched fist. What we saw cool as as the other kids say, you know, they really like him. He's cool. What we saw on the other night when they were they were at the Brown jug. And and he said he I think to myself six seven eight weeks ago, he was on the other side of the table. It was the author being recruited and now he on the other side of the table. And he never missed a beat. He went for one side of the table to the other. And he's he's he's mastered that side of the table, but I haven't Mazi Smith. We're having a great great interaction. You know, they're both giving each other hard time. You know, one, you know. Talking about the dorm room, smells or this. You know that kind of stuff and Mazdas big guide. Mazi kind of given to them but case giving it right back to them. And not getting you're not getting some people. You know about me it. It's just flowed. Just like two guys that you know, like like to respect each other giving each other hard time. But the he's just he's he's he's laid back. It's good. It's a good. It's not a clenched fist on that. Same side of the table. We have Rene he was he was on that on the other side of the table. And here are these. I think that was the three that we had of the eight and we have someone else David of job. Oh was there. These guys are out front. They're leading after just being here for what less than a month. Yeah. We're a little over a month. I guess wife was out there and shoes off. So it was worried about him taking home. She's like, I don't have. He doesn't eat anything. He's good. He's good to go. Yeah. Gary just saying your wife, Nicole cage. Mom was just in town. Plus, she's a she's a Michigan. Resident she grew up in Michigan. Correct. She was born in Thomas do and then lived there till fourth grade. And ironically in all of her cousins that live in Michigan are all Michigan state fan. And we now raise very got them all to agree that they have to refer Michigan now the cage there. So we're we're we're we're converting a few over from nineteen eighty one to nineteen eighty six. I was the football coach at western Michigan Kalamazoo and Kalamazoo, and the one thing just jumping in my mind right now, I gotta Kalamazoo zuzu. Are you familiar? I think Benny Goodman back in one thousand nine hundred forty forty four forty five somewhere in there used to play that song. Awesome. What year did your wife leave Kalamazoo? What year wasn't was? She was not sure which got or three. That's probably ADS. Maybe might've. We might across pes-. They're on par..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"The Harbaugh's podcast IRA whinge appear back inside sham. Boeckler hall. Coach Jim Harbaugh's here. Jacquard boss here. Matt Dudek is here MacKenzie is back. Stateside as well. Great to have fact from the world who the entire crew back last week. I was at Jack's house watching little Jack's leading down the hill during the during the snowstorm, and you guys are out on the road and all kinds of stuff going on. And now it's great back here inside the inside the office on the day after the Super Bowl. We're gonna talk about in a moment. But I do want to mention we got a tweet from Dave Louis who tweeted in about a week ago said I think Claud was the best guest in the history of the podcasts as a young dead. He's the type of father I aspired to be. Wow. And that is the opening of our lucky sports dad's lucky sports parents series. I definitely got her off on a strong strong with the first one with Claude Johnson and a great reception that that's just one example of a lot of feedback that we got on the podcast last week. So. Same way. Then we got a good off. This is great gather enough information. I mean just kept coming at you from all angles. I'm you would what I just saw caught. He was he was just on. Like ESPN or one of the one of the major networks, and they were they were talking about. He was given his ex owes about Jackie Robinson. He was he was hundred birthday just. Yeah. So he was Jackie Robinson's hundred birthday, and they were talking to Claude about how good of a basketball player. Now. Jackie Robinson was and ball. Ball and football. I think maybe Kareem Abdul Jabbar was talking about his football club was like the basketball expert of what kind of what kind of game that Jackie Robinson had in basketball. When he they ran the single wing at UCLA at the time, and he was tailback, and I might have been an all American. I mean, he announced standing football player those great segment with Claude. We look forward to continuing of our lucky sports parents segments that's going to return next week with Ben hall, the father of Zach Chardonnay. So looking forward to that coming up next week here on the podcast sauna another tweet when I was surfing through Twitter last night and a little bit before kickoff of the Super Bowl. I saw a tweet of Jim and little Jack Harbaugh at the Super Bowl. And then we saw little Jackie in the office. How many days now in a row judge Jim is has your somewhere? His Tom Brady jersey John three or four days in a row now. Yeah. It's not nice at least three Monday Sunday. Saturday Friday chart started wearing Friday and he slept at every single night. And we had a great time. We were throwing the we're playing catch out in the parking lot before we went to the game. And. We he's up on me. And that that game dad, you're not gonna win. I'm gonna tell I try my hardest to beat him. In in this game. And he's up on me right now like twenty nine wins to twenty to win. He's got an interesting way of counting to I got him play fair to I'm not let him cheat either. Well, he I have I saw that same picture IRA of last night. Jim. Where they call it texted. You texted texted that new thing they do. But there must have been about eight pictures that Jim sanest, and my my my comment was these are the two happiest kids I have ever seen in my entire life, Jack and dad his dad my son. Jim what to happy guys they were. Well, he he loves he loves he loves football. Jack loves football. Tom Brady is his hero. And but little Jack. He's he's my goat. I I had. I had great time. Tell a story about the punter. Yeah. Oh, it's a great story. I mean, we we've got there real early where there early and he's he's clued to the field. He's watching everybody come out. I mean, he's cheering and he's doing everything. So the first players out there in their pads are warming up where the with specialist so kick..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"That's and that kind of that was the end. I mean that was Michigan. That was yes that was yet filling everything else had been eliminated. That was my mind made up until I went over to lie to go. Hang up the phone. Fascinating about that. Right. There is is the just took something away from that. Which is you have to have a tremendous dad to be able to say to him. I want to win the Heisman and for for your debt to actually not not even question that. Just act like that like, oh, okay. You want to go to the store and get some milk. All right. Let's do that you want to go. Get the Heisman. Okay. Let's do that. Here's what here's what's necessary to do that. Right. And you know, that that's a special gift with kids in feel like, you know, by the way, I I wanted. I wanna tell you that Cornelius said I want to win a national championship. So let's go. We've charted direction. We're moving toward common goals. Go. Go clues go blue. And that is a perfect way to end it Claude. Appreciate the conversation. Fascinating stuff with Claude Johnson here on the podcast. And we'll catch up with you. When you see you need Arbor. Okay. Beautiful. Thank you guys. Thanks. Thank you coming up next. Jack, talk here and attack each day. The Harbaugh's podcast. This is Jack talk. I wanna listen I want to be better. I want to be the best. I can be welcome to our team. Jack talk as you get older you get to be seventy eight years old. Here's what I find here grows in places that it hadn't been before. Welcome to hashtag. Jack talk now time for everybody's favorite segment of the week, hashtag, Jack talk here on attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast, and Jack one of the themes that we've talked a lot about in more generic terms. The concept of the parent looking in the rear view mirror when their kids are staying behind it school, and they're leaving them for the first time or maybe the kid that's in the river. Amir being left for the first time. But we've never actually talked about your experience both as the student. But also you go to three times as a parent. So let's go back when you went to bowling green for the first time that time that you eligible for the first time that you were you probably left home. You know, what I when you say that I hadn't really thought about this. But when when I went to in the first grade at Saint Jo's of elementary school Catholic school we didn't have kindergarten. We didn't have preschool when you have all that we firm. Grade. I mean, you went to school, and it was an awesome experience. I remember, it's I really thing. I can remember in growing up going into that school. My mom was with me. She was holy my hand. And I went into that classroom. And I mean ear all these kids, and you know, you've been around kid, but this school and there's desk, and there was a non and she was dressed in a habit. And when she had an awesome, and she had a ruler a right by the desk. Let me know what my experience was going to be like, but I walked in. And I used broke out crying broke out crying. And my mother had talked me down might have had to stay there for fifteen or twenty minutes until I got composed. But that was my first day, and we're it's in the same town, but it was going to school. I mean, it was a total new experience and then flash forward to graduating from high school and and getting a full scholarship to bowling green state university. No one in my family had ever go on to school very few people in our tone at ever gonna. School that I can remember it wasn't any window trail blaze. Why win I did this and I did this. And this is what you can experience and being recruited and that was fine..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And so he's he's a rising junior. Really likes it. They are he's he's done. Really? Well, and he still as you know, they have a long Christmas break. So he's still back around here doing different things that go back about a week or so, and and then and then this Cornelius, and you know, he's a senior in high school. Just signed with the university of Michigan elite. We couldn't be prouder of that. He's a he's a wide receiver and. You know? So it's it's it's an amazingly, you know, exciting time for all of us in you know, me as a dad, I'm just grateful and humble, and and just open to whatever whatever comes next, you mentioned, your son Carnegie and how intuitive. He seems to be in sounds like he was kind of the one that also maybe kind of pushed his brother towards knowing that Michigan was the right spot. Yeah. Well, you know, it's interesting. I mean, those guys they're like they're like peas in a pod, and they are very close. And they've probably spent more time on the field together than any any of the others. Even myself included just throwing the ball back and forth because he's his Carnegie's actually also really tremendous football player on, but he chose he chose basketball at least for now to focus on. But you know, they it's not that they give..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And so this was a moment right here as a family that was too strong for us. You know, emotionally as well, as you know, the pride of this program familiarity with this program and being in the big ten for four years and having the battle coach. Aw, michigan. You know, not only on the field battling recruiting wise. So. You know, it gives me appreciation for this program. And I'm so prideful to to be here. Surprised by the phone call that came in. I was considering the timing of it last week was just an emotional weekend. You know, if feels like we played in national championship game two years ago that was last Monday. So coming off a national championship game had a few opportunities that a lot of teams kind of calling a gauge interest kind of caught me off guard because I wasn't looking to make a one year stop anywhere. You know, you look at my track I've been places for a long time. I was changed or anything for six years. And then, you know, opportunities are presenting themselves, and I had some tough choices to make obviously professionally and personally one of my goes was to be an offense coordinator that's been a lifelong dream of mine, and I think that's something that the input that I've had in the fingerprint able to leave on a lot of programs has allowed me to continue to prepare myself to put me in this position. So when coach Aw called it it kind of caught me off guard because I was literally the funny thing about. It it. I just left a meeting with Nick Sabin getting but shoot out about twenty minutes telling them that I was leaving. And he was trying to keep me stay in. So it did not go over. Well. So if there was any band-aid to the to the bruise or to what he left on me. It was it was that phone call exciting to here's voice, and you get a chance to talk to him personally adage one door closes nother door opens. That's it talking to Josh Gattison offensive coordinator for the Michigan football program here on the podcast and coach you talked about to bring him into court offense have very early a couple of days, but he's trying to think about how that the the dynamics going to work with him into this coaches and often super. Started to to think about that..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Now, we go back to September. Jack Hoban talking about keys. I gotta tell you this story. This. Happened last week. We went to a flag football game. It was Jack's I experience in flag football. So ravens weren't playing. They had a bye week. So I got the call twelve o'clock for an hour of practice watching them practice and then another hour of a game. You know, they were they were playing another team. And we went through it. And an interesting thing happened had nothing really to do with the with the game. But so I had my little blue chair a little folding chair and the little Cup holder on the right side here and for Riley for for jacks. Water the water there. So when he needed water, I had them there. And I'm sitting there watching and and and then it comes Jack scores a touchdown and Jim had been there, but he had left. And so I wanted to get on my phone and call Jim to tell him how proud he would be of Jackson get out of my chair and I walked across the track. Call Jim Tim, you you've ran I di- express the play just the way it when he did. Showboat in the end zone. He tossed the ball up in the end zone and did a fly by through. So which for six year old, you know, kind of caught the crowd's attention. So, but I'm explaining all that to him all the so excited. So I'm looking around. I see my blue chair with the Cup in the holder. So I go over and I sit for like five minutes. So there's time out Jack get your water. So he runs all right watering sum. Lady goes, that's my son's water. That's my son's water in. Oh, my might share. It's a blue chair water holder here. But the bag wasn't there. The bag wasn't there. And I realize this might not be my seat. So I got up my so I'm sorry. I thought that was my seat, and they snatched the chair away, you know? And like I was like I was trying to either. Oh my goodness. I look around. And I see my chair on the other side of the tent someone wants to move it. So I went down I'm sitting in my chair now. And I'm thinking wonder how the NFL things going. It was about one twenty and ravens weren't playing. But. See how some of the competition. So I I get on my cell phone. But no cell phone cell phone. Can't find it thinking. Oh my goodness. I look in the bag. It's not there. And I knew I just talked to Jim. And but I'm not thinking about the blue chair down here. And I'm looking around so I- anyone seen a cell phone? So now there's three or four people you lost your cell phone. So now, they're looking around and going through everything. And now it's goes out about six people eight people now there's about twenty five people looking for my cellphone seemed like a long time, but couldn't have been long in some legal is this your phone. And I asked my phone. She's what we found down here on the ground where the original blue chair was. So I must have laid it down here. So I get my phone. So I'm thinking these people have seen me lose a chair Lusophone things aren't go games over well before the game. We only had Jackie had the car..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"But you talked about you guys are great recruiter in how Tim here a hell of a recruiter closing best is like, go talk cave. Deep days. She'll close the Bill for the parents, the parents don't do the gym where there's. I mean. I think Michigan. I think it's Michigan. I think it's. You know, the the university. I think it's the town. I think it's the people that are here. No doubt about it. I don't consider myself a great recruiter. But you know, Michigan is one of those places that it's it's a powerhouse. You know, it's a powerhouse academically. It's a powerhouse athletically. And and yeah, I mean, I think it's the best university in the world. This disturbing quickly. Video. To see the video before the video James James James Jones said it's the best university in the world. So it's true. It's true. Dr FEDER said, especially university the best university in the world. But do you know the greatest ambassadors for the program over the fifty years that we've been around here are players there are some universities when they come in for a Fisher visits to players. They they excuse them from being around the building told you have around. Did we don't we don't need to see for forty hours university of Michigan? They can't get a recruit and his parents around of enough of our players because they're they're they're here for the total package. They're here for the four for forty years. They're not here for the four for three years or four for four years at they're going to play professional football. It's so you're so right about that. I mean that is so that is so true. I'll give you a couple examples we were met Dudek, and I were having breakfast at benny's and Sunday morning after the game with a recruit and their family and David long who also happen to be eating breakfast. There may came up to the table and wave them over anything along, right? On you came over introduced himself. And then said said those very same things that you're saying right now that this is you could not choose a finer place to go to school. I also I came from from California. And this is this is a wonderful place. I've had a great experience. You get a tremendous education here and the programs like a family coach by the best only that. I want to say, yeah, you're right. I mean, the the players are tremendous, and our Ben, and I think we ended he ended up by saying we pledge our legions Matt Dudek. Thank you very much. I'm.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"We're going to start going back in July when we got into a fun conversation about office donuts and more. Here's coach Jim Harbaugh. Coach Jack Harbaugh director of recruiting duty myself from July. I think in the video the part of the react that I've heard from people that really stood out to them is that they were a little bit surprised coach that you were dressed down at blimpy burger like everybody else gets dressed down. It'd be burger that you didn't get you know, like coach harbach kind of special treatment yet. As far as far as the allure part of the phonic Lippi's always has been where you go in there. And you gotta have your. That stuff together or call it out for the other customers kind of like the soup kitchen. Actually, even doughnuts. How about demos demos? Yeah. You're going to be on your game demos to demons. You gotta be you. Gotta have your word over any soon. That was a heck of a good burger. So it's all worth it. So we're once your eat the burger, I don't think I've ever actually been Indiana vitae people bring us donuts to the studio either after Saint makes great prediction, which is having occasionally. Or I go to the end of the summer people. Always when I do my countdown through the summertime to get to the beginning of football season. I always have a teacher that brings me doughnuts. A thank you for telling down. So I don't know I've been teachers hated the countdown because it means the start of the school year again. But I've never I've eaten demos. I never been in. Brown right now, Donald Brown is the most expert he he was almost every day. Yeah. Guys in work on his way to work and picks up Dame owes for the defensive staff and the office staff can they can come by. Sometimes they'll bring some of the leftovers over for Gallison stash how about John Jack Harbaugh. I don't think I've ever been privileged to that that treatment you've gotten one of don's Donna, I have not I have not feeling deep depression at this moment as having an office two doors down from the fishbowl that going around since then I definitely partake nearly daily. College of the culture to culture coaches off. You gotta go to him dad. You gotta go to here with all you have to go to the king. You gotta go. You gotta go. You gotta go to go to the higher the Donut king. If you. You gotta you gotta tip. The reagan. Well, that's all I'm not going there for. For only for Donna. Don't wanna protocol catches. Glad I learned because I felt that you know, he would become not to me. But John FOX, I would think the John would certainly get that kind of treatment. Not not just not just out of nowhere. You can't just expect them to send you a Donut every day without going in every now, and then, you know, or even even checking in for such for donuts once in a while I know where Jackson of the early on the day all camp now camp outside Dom Brown's office waiting for the donuts to rise. And if he comes in real real early, I think I might pass on that. And try to catch him at ten in the morning. Make partying our walk the building. I have a very. The other thing is the variety. Does got good varieties. Not just it's not just the kind of like it is defensive to look into. This is. Start package and the coverage package is like riding that takes the same philosophy. The Donut boxes. Well, he gets the fritters every day as well. So there's a there's a dozen doughnuts. And I know very first hand experience, but TWA gets the dozen donuts. Definitely there every day. And then there's a half dozen fritters. Also that coming up separate bag. So those are those are the daily day daily doughnuts. And Jack is Matt says he's not I have personnel. You watching the nose grow. Don't push. I'm just curious my stomach growl on one of those. What do they call the mighty tech their machines? I mean that they would that they would have gone right when Dido gone right off the charts just blows Matt right over there. I have a doughnut. There's a there's a there's a combative thing with Dona. Stop the I'd rather gets. It gets joked about, you know, police officers sometimes they talk about the donuts and get their the front of the joke or whatever..

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