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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

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"And it sounds like you have a pretty cool story about a young man in southwest Ohio, Zach, coordinate we can get update on no question about six months to eight months ago. We got a call. We got a letter from that's southwest Ohio. It's eating house where I had my first head coaching job eating high school, and and this is just down the road from there at a national trail, local high school, the youngster by the name of Zach horn and the letter shared that he had a problem with with some cancer, and he was going to have to have his foot amputated and his father was the defensive in line coach. There at national trail highschool and and thought that maybe contact with him. And Jim got on the phone and talk to him, and they had a fantastic conversation and Jim hung up the phone. He said, dad, just wanna tell you one thing. This guy is a man. This guy has it all together and I can't tell you how proud I am just to have visited with him. He had his foot amputated on may eighth of this year and got a call last week or last week, and they talked about it. This youngster has such a love and passion for the game of football. He is back playing football with a blade on his foot. He sent us a tape. He's in full pats helmet shoulder pads, kneepads ipads, sophomore at at the high school there, and they're playing what I consider the toughest drilling. All football. It's the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma chiller, do they have a plank? And then we have the video, they have a plank and they have a youngster over there. And I took as much joy and pride in the other youngster because he, he was the one that was going to block Zach, Zach, down in a three point stance on that board, this other young man's, he's down three point stance when they say, go, those bodies come to guide and the other youngster. I mean, he came off the ball. I mean he it was important for him to shows act that that that he was going to give his very, very best and the way it all came, they came together and I want to know they both rose up and they held their own. I mean, it's only one second two seconds. They held their own. You're just watching all. Once you saw Zack, you know, he just couldn't put enough pressure on it and and and that's the way the drill drill ended. And then there was a team surrounding them and they just came from everywhere. To celebrate with Zach that he was able to come back and and play football, and then they were playing. I'm not sure whether it's. Whether it's this weekend was this weekend or next week they played twin valley south in a JV game, which was the rivalry that that's the Ohio State Michigan game, and that was his. His goal was to deploy in that game, and I can't wait to hear of him being able to to have that experience in play in that football game. And then we talk about football and we talk about life and we talk about those youngsters out there play this game and love this game. And we, we talk about the horns of the world IRA. Our world is in good hands with with youngsters that are coming along like that. Can't imagine a better way to end Jack talk with a great story like that about Zach court and keep up the good fight, Zach, and look forward to hearing some more highlights from your football career down the road. A reminder..

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

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

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

"And we sat around a table for an hour and a half, and just talk stories as if it were yesterday as fresh as they were yesterday. And one of the stories that that we told with the end of his junior, you wanted to be a doctor in the worst way. He had not done well the previous semester with the obligations for football and things. So he came into the office and he said, coach, I'm going to quit. I'm going to quit football, not going. I wanna be a doctor. I'm gonna quit football. And so I thought to myself, oh, my goodness couldn't think of thing couldn't think of an argument that would change his mind in playing football. So I said, let's meet tomorrow morning at seven thirty and we'll talk about it. So he came back at seven thirty in the morning, and I had this impassioned speech about football, and he came back. He said, coach, I got it figured out. I'm gonna take biochemistry, one biochemistry to over these next two semesters. And if I can get a b. in each one of those courses at least be, then I'll come out and play football and sure enough. He did and he went on not get his doctors degree, but as I say, very success entrepeneurship he and his wife are involved in so many good charities down there. And it was just so good to help up with him and Jameson. I mean a spitting image. I mean, you look in the mirror with with with John offer all when you look at him. He last year at Michigan was the outstanding scout team player voted. By his teammates to show you the respect that they have for him knee-injury. Now we'll be back hopefully in another two or three weeks to play football. So and some of our other western Michigan players that we coach, we're here for this football game, so we had a chance to meet them, but that's what it's all about. And it's all about those players and being back here at Michigan where I coach back in the seventies and see those players every week at the stadium tailgating and they come up with a big spouse. They got their youngsters with them and their wives with them and their family with them. It's just a tremendous joy for us just to to be back into share those experiences. It's pretty cool. You coast the older offered all at western. Your son is coaching. The offered all son at Michigan, and they played western. You've got to get together that weekend, the big full circle to for the for that the Harbaugh offered all connection, and it goes also back to what we talked about earlier in the show with your with your son, where the walk on guys, what they. Mean to the team, people cheering them on when they get that opportunity to go out there and play in a game. And unfortunately, Jameson wasn't healthy enough to go out there and be on the field last week, but down the road. Hopefully he'll get one of those opportunities to to get on the field. Game and be cheered on by the starters that he's helped get ready for all these games against gal, team player of the year guy voted by his teammates, obviously has the respect back in the seventies before the bust. We had the bus, but the bus was like a couple of weeks later season ended, and we had our own banquet coaches and players that was it. There was, there was no outside fans or parents or anyone. I mean, it was just our team and they had two awards that were voter owned by the players, their coaches awards for this, maybe the hustler of the of the year or something. But there are only two voted by the team..

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

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"each" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' 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 here on a tacky state the Harbaugh's podcast, Jack talk by the way Jack. We should just mention that the Borg McEnroe match. You got to talking about nine hundred eighty and Borg one and the numbers on that one are insane. It's one of those things where you look back and you almost don't remember, but it was one six, seven, five, six, three, six, seven and a tiebreaker was eighteen sixteen and then it was eight, six in the last of the of the sets. That's what you're talking about. Hello, the match last I don't. I didn't get that part. I just grabbed the numbers and they're just you to the first one one, six like McEnroe's gonna win this thing going away. And then boy comes back seven, five, six, three McEnroe takes the fourth sets seven six sixteen or eighteen sixteen tiebreaker. That's a lot of tennis and then eight, six. We watched every stroke of that great match. I promise you that was a that is a famous one. That's actually I think it was HBO did a documentary or a docu drama on, I think is what they would call it on on that match. All right. So welcome back to town. You were down in Georgia last week OB at a great trip down to see the family. You watch football on TV and spend some time around the basketball program down at Georgia as well. I want to mention I spoke last Thursday up in Flint that you've club of greater Flint, and we're big in Flint play that we're big and Flint. I always thought that my show in the mornings was big and Flint because Sam is from Flint, but they love you. They love they love Jim, but people always come back to me and tell me with stories that you tell they love the story. So you're big in Flint. So we want to give shadow to our friends up in Flint town up there. And obviously we just came off home opening weekend and there's something special about the home opener, whether it's the first game of the year, the second game of the year, but it's family reunions. You the same tailgating people maybe seven times a year. Tailgates. You. See the same people to stands, maybe seven times a year at games, but you've seen him grow up in generations of passive, but you're all still together and it's family reunion time and towns like like the rest of us. You had some reunions going on as well. Forty, six, forty, seven years in coachee. We mentioned before the game, get a little fuzzy and winning and losing and all that gets a little bit fuzzy. But the thing that never you never forget your players, the players. I mean, you can remember recruiting them. We had a youngster, John offer doll at western Michigan university recruited him in nineteen eighty one as a true freshman out of Wisconsin. He came and play started force for four years. Every game never missed. A game came majoring in in pre med and Jameson son. Jamison is on the Michigan roster. So we had the western Michigan experience that we shared together and son here at the. -versity of Michigan, John and his wife, Lynn, and Jameson came over for breakfast. We had a chance to go down into our basement and one of my all time favors Jon offer dog, we had his picture down the basement. We had a chance to talk some stories. He was recruited out of Wisconsin had no other offers. Not one other school offered him any kind of a scholarship whatsoever. Greg Maddison was recruiting them the Wisconsin area and and brought him over to visit with his dad. They came in a truck and we offered him a partial scholarship, half scholarship truck broke down on Sunday, and he had to stay his stay an extra day. So we had a chance to recruit him. Came all American third team all American at western Michigan. Second round draft choice by the Miami Dolphins, a pro bowler for five of the seven years. He played in the NFL you as a pro bowler, highly highly successful in the in the business world..

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

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

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

"Night fan. They just traded this week for max patch ready. He's a former Michigan hockey player. So he's a big guy from these parts that we big fans of good play into the Canadians. So we have them, but I'm on a hard out guys. I hate to have to end this, but I do in a blast to have both of you. I wonder what my brother owns a bar in Kansas City, Missouri called Merle's American tavern, peculiar Missouri if you could just stop by and check it out, get him some pointers. Thursdays mural Merle comes on Thursdays Thursday afternoon, yeah, boroughs, American tavern curl is acute Missouri. How far from how far from Kansas City. That's. The outer outskirts? Yeah, just the outskirts of Kansas City by cool with twenty minutes everything. Kansas City is twenty minutes away. I'm going to be there in two weeks. So Earls American tavern show. We can't wait to John. You're coming. Storm. Little bit over Texas number John Deere board. I love it. This This was a was blast. a blast. Let's do it again soon. Okay, great. Physically, thanks, John. Take your guys. Michael Strahan plus a little cruise ship dancer taking over social media. People are coming up to me and asking me for autographs kind of awkward, right, heavy more awkward. Now. Today at pre on NBC four. Imagine moving into a new home in hearing scratching screeching every night inside the wall hundreds of back. They just took over that..

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

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

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

"They were down a little after, but But just. with the number that that came out earlier today, if yesterday's any indication, what the season's going to be. Like I mean, those guys every game I washed. I mean, they were playing ball emit. It was. It was like a playoff intensity, you know, week one and in. Yeah, I was just really impressed. I mean, just with the precision of the teams with the with the effort of the players. I mean, it was it was all out every game. I watched totally agree to me. A football is the common ground for assault sports old young black, white tall, short left, right? It doesn't matter during those minutes of the football game, we're all won. We're all cheering for the same thing. You know, there's this commonality. It homogeneous pulls us all together, and I worry when divisiveness in politics gets into the undivided -ness of sports. You know what I mean? Guys, and I just in a generic sense, I don't deny one's right to do so I just worry about its impact long. Term and I want sports to be about sports. And it worries me sometimes when it's not, hey, but I just going off this week's games. I mean it was look, good cash. It look good. I mean, every team looked hungry every team was, I mean, they were firing, I mean, the guys running the ball guys tackled him. It was compare that to any other sport. You know, when they opened the season kinda. Kinda around and glide glide like an airplane going down to runway. You know, it just builds up speed that eventually takes off. I mean, these guys were going and had rain games on non fielder fields. He had mud on uniform. Days we need a snowstorm game is what we need. Advocating sports baseball. We dust back in at least for one week, you know, you bring the grasping different weeks, you know, like different weeks and they're all great weeks. The color week for the. Color relish story. We uniforms, we do it this dust dust. A favorite sport that you watch your or stay involved in other than football? Baseball? Baseball fan, I am baseball fan. I, I like all kinds of sports like basketball a lot. I do like hockey. I like hockey like like a mall. I really do like the Olympics. Golf, the hockey team bus Vegas, Golden Knights have caught them. No. Okay. They wound up with the greatest inaugural season of any sports franchise. I did. They really. The Cup final had hers. I didn't see did see play any games. Yeah, went to the Stanley Cup. It's a lot of fun of knowing you're in Vegas. I'd love to go to game with. You'd be. It would be a blast watched here. You know, we got, we got the great basketball team here that made the the finals and we got. Rosen for softball teams. Great. We got, we just we just walked down the street. We catch all kind of great sports right here in Ann Arbor Johnson because your Vegas golden your your Vegas goal.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

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

"A commercial license. Only sports bars had it, which was a great. So we did all the right promotions that it was fun to way to make that successful was if you're in Chicago, not to do the bears on Sunday because everybody else did the bears on Sunday in Chicago. So we would do is we would take the five most popular teams other than the local team. So we have a Packer backer. We'd have patriot fans, we'd have forty fifty of each ones. We'd put them each in front of their own TV and we'd put a service person in their jersey, and we would make an awful lot of money by not targeting vocal team. And you know, that was a great way to make money. Because again, in everybody's typically doing in Chicago, everybody's doing a bears thing. So it was interesting, not too, and you'll get a kick out of this. The most successful Monday night football thing I ever did was I hate football, Mondays. And what I did is we did. I hate football Mondays and we would pack the bar with women. It was a ladies night on Monday night and then we'd still put the game on. So where would you rather watch the game with his three hundred women. That's how we would make money from it back in those days. But you certainly don't want to have a political discussion, but did the lower NFL ratings just in and of itself concern you? I would like to just jump in and say that the ratings from yesterday's game one or up thirty plus percent from last year they actually did. Numbers came in earlier today that the single header CBS game was way above the charts better as a number than it was last year. And actually I expected numbers to kind of follow that. Not Nestle thirty plus percent up, but the numbers will probably be up again this year..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

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

"So about the Super Bowl on your phone just I was just charging your phone for my Super Bowl. There's something on your screen savers picture on, we're not know. Now we're not going nowhere. A ravens logo. It's a self centered thing about me, which I refused. I will not share. Okay, I get it. I get it. So do you guys know that I have a connection to the NFL. I don't think you're, you know this. I'm the creator of Sunday ticket. Yes, we are wear that love Sunday ticket, which was a lot of fun when we rolled that John. When did you win with that idea? Come about it was around ninety five and then give me a year either way. Jack was ninety five and actually it's a fun story. I'll tell you real quick company called COMSAT comes up to me and we had one sports bar operator of the year and did a lot of consulting the industry. And they said, we want you to do these ability study on out of market programming. So I could buy the bear signal in Miami or I could buy this is just one game. So you get the local coach show and that will go game and you'd pay for that signal. So we did a feasability study and did all the economics and what bars could pay for commercializes and stuff. We did this one hundred page documents and gave it to them got paid. Then it came back to us and they said, this is great. Give us another document that tells us, what does it have to do in in a bar restaurant to be. Tesla. So we've did marketing manuals and ads slicks, and all the systems and everything to promote. It sold that to them and gave them that document. And it gave us a third document to do which was defined all the chain restaurants in the world and companies that would buy it. So we did that today took my three documents and while we were writing, third one compression happened, which changed world satellite dishes to get all seven games, which I believe at the time there was seven games broadcast at a once. So in order to get all seven games, you needed seven of those huge analogue satellite dishes. Remember those with the whole thing was so when compression happened, you could pull multiple games down on one dish. It was a big deal. Sukom sat took my work to the NFL said, this is great. We wanna license at the NFL said, this is great. Let's do it ourselves and put me on the board of the NFL advise report of NFL enterprises which you guys knows a commercial side of the NFL. And then I, I was on that for three years in and we worked in a system with the roll out of Sunday ticket. That's why take credit with creating it, but I don't take credit with inventing to supremacist out of market sports programming pre existed, but it's such an ecosystem onnell that all other weeks used to this very day changed the way we watched federal sports. I mean, now you condense it out to the red zone channel for some people don't actually do the ticket, but for years we all want to watch our out of market games. If you move their fans from every team all over the country that literally changed how we watched professional sports was the Sunday ticket. It was one of the great things that happen to sports fans like the mega March madness package that predates now CBS having Turner partnered for all the games. All my friends come to my house for basketball tournament because I had bought the March madness package change how you viewed sports direct TV and I was I was in on it from the ground floor as an NFL player the you could..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:14 min | 2 years ago

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

"Yes. I've never had fried chicken quite tasted like. Unique flavor all tone. Maybe it was reminiscent to the plastics that they put in it. I think at the time. Preservatives or press the preservatives, a unique taste. So that was good. Life was never met. No. So so Jack, were you at the forty nine or Super Bowl? We were after that game. How long did it take the two of you to have a private conversation with Jim and I or John and Jim, and Jim or John either way. After. Two things, you know, Jim, how, how? How often do you speak you dead before? An important game we're event and and when you win and you have a big victory in life, how long does it take you to call you dead? Because I know I make that call pretty quick myself and curious. Echo comes real quick. We knew and John nobody sells celebrates a win like the Harbaugh's to. There's there's no question about it leading up to the game. He was. He was Jack Harbaugh, Jackie Harbaugh were good. They weren't. They weren't rooting for either team. There were they, they came by, you know, our team hotel and they went by John's team hotel and they were. They were good. They were good. And then after the game, right after the game, my dad was came down to the locker room was one of the first people to talk to me after the game a hug. So who did you speak to? I John Thanksgiving Day two thousand eleven. Oh thanksgiving. When the ravens played the forty nine, that was thanksgiving night thanksgiving evening. That was his fiftieth wedding anniversary next day was our Our fifth. fiftieth wedding anniversary. Can you imagine, who did you speak to? I after that, oh, John went to John and talk to him, and then and then came to Jim, and I got to quivering lip and the the beady eyes. And you know the. Those moments and. The Super Bowl was such a fantastic experience right up until kickoff when the ball was rolling end over end down to the other end of the field. I looked at my wife and I said, what are we in for understanding that any kind of emotion at all would signal that you might favor one over the other? So for three and a half hours, maybe more so with the delay with the lights going out. But we, we didn't make any movement at all in scratch. Our head didn't raise our arms, didn't smile. Didn't do anything for fear that there might be might be an indication or a camera that would show that we would prefer one over the other. So do you think that when a lights out at affected the game? I don't know. Jim, what do you think? Did it feel different? We had had a little experience with it. Actually, we had I might have been our second or third time. It was leased our third time. Maybe our fourth time that the lights had gone out on us. It happened already twice a candlestick. It once a Monday night game and once on a in a preseason game. So I think that was our third time. I mean that the score changed when we came back after the after the lights went out, we were down. I think we're down twenty seven or twenty eight points. And then we came back to where we had a shot to win it at the end. When we were down five, we had the ball, got it all the way to the five yard line. And so I don't know. I don't know if it did or didn't. I was really proud of our team for for coming back and Sav we lost, but really proud for my brother really happy for my brother and, and so I had all those different emotions going like my dad's talking about the that he has two sons key competing against John you. The game is over and we're standing up. We were in a box up there and the confetti was flying, and the lights were gone in the blaring and they were bringing out the podium to present the. Super Bowl, and we're looking down and you feel that they're here. Here's your son that has just won the Super Bowl, maybe the greatest prize and all sport, and there was no emotion. I mean, he didn't feel each didn't feel like he should feel when your son is just won the Super Bowl and we couldn't couldn't wrap our arms around that..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

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

"The Friday and Saturday nights, there's there's nothing to do, but people were doing the parties and stuff like that, and I really didn't want to go do that. So which start going to row blaze, which was the interval Jim at at Stanford and figured out how we could get in there and and Friday and Saturday night. Dave Feldman who's came a broadcaster Bill. Pedo also became a broadcaster, Nick Sahara's, and. And we ended up having a heck of a basketball team too because we weren't screwing around on weekends. We're, we were playing basketball with the with some of the college kids over at Stanford, but I was that was a great time I, that's that's one of those memorable times in my life. Getting the hang out with you and you are working every day and I was, I had a job. I was working at the pool. The Stanford pool had to be there like six in the morning and helping change the chlorine. I wasn't like a lifeguard or something. I was always in the bowels of the. Sniffen Clark, chlorine, the best, maybe the best week. And we had to fourth of July weekend and John McEnroe, and I think it was beyond board. We're all we watch Wimbledon for about four hours together Sunday morning. That was the greatest one of the greatest forty one of the longest matches in Wimbledon history. I bet it lasted six, eight hours having tiebreakers and macaroni. I think I can't remember who won, but it was. I think it was probably it was McEnroe, but they had a set of tiebreakers that that just kept going and going and going. And we made. We had to weed the chicken TV dinners with the French. I used to love those Swanson..

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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

"Than mine then you always limit opportunities. When you start to put boundaries around how far you going willing to go to advance your career, do you think Jack that moving like that toughened the boys up a little I do now. I worried about it and my wife, Jackie, we were. We did. You. I always very. Flexed in very concerned, but looking back at it now it's one of the best thing. We an example. John would be in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. I was here at Michigan. I had a chance to go to for John Elway was a sophomore at Stanford, and I had a chance to go out there as a defensive coordinator. Dennis, Danny green was the offensive coordinator. John fossil was a quarterback coach him. And Jim was a Finney finishing his sophomore year at pioneer high school in Michigan. He was the starting quarterback as a south more had that opportunity and took it. And I thought to myself, you have to be insane. Moving across the country had the starting position. He's got to go out there and compete with someone that's playing there that might be a senior or junior how fair is this to him? And I look back at the now and it might have been one of the great great things that ever happened because he was exposed at John Elway and Jim Plunkett and Steve. Pills, Steve deals, Benjamin, what was Benjamin guy? Benjamin, they would meet there in the summer and they would. They would throw the ball around. They had seven on seven out there which we didn't have here in Michigan. So three days a week in the summer, he was out with in passing leagues playing basketball, and it just it just brought him into to what you mentioned it. They have so many friends now it stand for, we have their friends at Iowa, their friends at all, the different stops that we made along the way, and I really think it did it did help them this. Interesting. I wonder if things like that don't help build leadership, and I'd be curious to hear your thoughts on this Jim because you had a walk into a new school, win people over socially, right. Find your place in society of each school and you couldn't do that all with sports. You know, there are other things in your life that. So in essence it made you accountable to yourself. I think more often than a puts you in a position where you just got good. At at positioning yourself with new people, do you think that contributed to your ability as a leader? I don't know. I mean, sports was, I mean, that might have been. There might have been a few other things I had going in my life, but ninety eight percent of it was forced. I think looking back that my dad always did did a really good thing whenever we moved and I think we moved well enough. I've ever counted ten, ten twelve times before hours eighteen years old. He would always move us. He would get a new coaching job, like in when the season was over like a December January, and then he would go, he would go first. And then by around January, we were moving to the new place. Maybe sometimes it was February, but usually by January by the start of the second semester, we would the whole family would move. I love my dad's philosophy on that. You know, it was like, we're family, we're, we're all going to be under the same roof and we're gonna make that happen as fast as as humanly possible. And it was good for us because even if we got to the new. Place by March. You still had a couple of months in school where you could meet other kids and you could get signed up for the the summer, the summer baseball team and the and the football team. And so we and you had friends going into going into the summer..

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Threw him up and down in finally at the andy just kind of picked him up by his pelt and the back of his neck and just spike team into the ground okay now i guess we can move on to other things and and we all looked around and thought thank goodness that i didn't know about green bay dead fad decision like like only could be done years ago you couldn't do that you couldn't do that now in in a in a in a million years and and then whitey shorts day the other tradition we had voting green was whitey sports day and this had gone on for several years before i got there but it was this magic guy that didn't exist mythical care noon ethical character whitey schwartz and you'd start the last day a practice before the last game whitey is coming to town white he should be here he's got a flight into toledo he's going to get in at two o'clock by the time they drive him down here he should be here about four forty five five o'clock and he's going he wants to to be here with the team again fictitious petition we'd put it on the like we have those those things like two o'clock like sky tin tin yeah ten harari up on the board whitey will be here it was on the board four forty five he's going to arrive at we batted practice they say he's on seventy five he should be here any time we'd be talking and they'd done it before so the coaches kind of knew what happened but to tradition was when the practice ended we would pick the coaches up and carry him to a pond which was like a quarter of a mile away it's a long trek along track they'd be up on our shores white is in town why didn't tell white he's in ta and why did he gain he's he's mythical he's fictitious so we take our coaches donating cluded up on our show whitey's enjoying seeing this or he's looking from somewhere okay so we take them out to the pond and we throw them into the pond in on it's cold it's like november who they're all quivering shiver and three get him out laughing then some of the players jump in and we'd just have a ball psychology that guy was a master so the one year there it was a rainy wet muddy day and the trek to the pond seem like something that we didn't want to do so someone had the idea and white he said it was a good idea just to take them to the swimming pool which is right next to our practice field and we'll throw him into the coach's into the swimming much more convenient that's more convenient you didn't have to walk so we went over and we're all mud cleats and mud and the shoes and all that we throw coaches in the pool and some of the players they start to jump in and sam cooper was our swimming coach and her having swimming practice at the time and his pool never forty years later still had a filter problem because of all the mud that had to go through the system and he was infuriated but we had a guy on our coach by the name of bob dudley so they threw him into deep end not realizing that he couldn't swim he couldn't swim so he's in the pool and he about it he's gonna become baqi goes again and we're looking at is he just joking comes up and finally jobs in and he's tread water jt i'm telling you this this is the honest to goodness star he's treading water and his does comes up the third time he goes bob you mean you can't swim and so he grabs him enlists him up and he any finds his way to the to the railing and i swear he could have drowned that day if our head coach deloitte and the going in god's action what what are the chances that i we throw him in the deep end and the second that are running back coach couldn't swim and duds was prepared for a pond just to this the water right i don't think it was probably three feet out there upon so that could have been a disaster but you know what football these are the memories like talking jim going up the hill and all the.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:05 min | 3 years ago

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

"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 hair grows in places that it hadn't been before welcome to hashtag jack talk doit perry hugh you said he was a master psychologist and there there were there was greenie day that you wanted to talk about and then whitey schwartz day so i'll i'll let you do both of those don nulan here this weekend we talked we were here he was here four days and we talked about doit peri peri pier west virginia coach jerry yeah hall of famer talking about another hall of fame coach coach dwight perry and first of all there it was nothing as it was here at michigan he was he was never coached perry he was doing and here at michigan it was never coached sham boeckler it was bo and they had that same thing that they wanted to be on on on a level with with each other and presented it that way we had two things at bowling green if you did today i mean they would be unheard of and certainly would not be tolerated but we had greenie day so i on campus freshmen are separated from the varsity the varsity had been there for three weeks freshman commanders freshman team was like eighty guys that are trying out for the bowling green freshman team so dwight would say guys today we're gonna get our uniforms and all of you go in there and get them and it wasn't like they tried to help us only they had helmets it'll pile and jerseys in a pile and shoes in a pile and shoulder pads fits right and you just dived in and found it and so now he said why y'all look good in your uniforms let's go out and try them on make sure they fit and make sure you're so we went out and we're throwing a ball around thinking of ourselves as football players at bowling green and the varsity is up on the hill practicing and you could hear the pads thumping you could hear the coach's coaching and realized it soon that would be you and not realize and the varsity guys it'd be like hey freshman we had degree greenies hey greetings welcome to bowling green and we're thinking soon that'll be us we didn't realize how soon so about ten minutes before practice ended whistle blew granny greenies come on up and meet the varsity fellas so we all ran up the hill without it's going to be like a meet and greet when that he says you know what why don't we just have a little run a few plays here against the greenies you line up at middle guard you line up at the linebacker spots defensive ends elsa secondary and i think i was out there at safety or something and let's run a few plays will they ran those plays full speed they not thus the snotty s over tea cups i mean it was ugly but we had a gun our team and i think it was chuck ramsey he had heard about greedy day and he realized how he could make himself known to the coaches were his reputation was spread that he was on the fast track to play a lot of football so what he did we had a guy tim murnian tim is living down in savannah ohio doit calling the toughest player to ever play at bowling green and he was tough linebacker and a guard so he's a guard he comes up whom so chuck on the second play punches tim myrna it right in the nose boom and the blood comes running all over his face and then he figures what's going to happen is john what are you doing and grab and they would grab tim and these guys it'd be trying to get each other and and they're gonna look around and see this guy is in tow it up break it all work yeah well it didn't work that way with perry the psychologists he goes oh my golly we got a little little fight going on here let's just form a little circle here around them and just see how this thing goes and chuck must've been more to going looked around oh my goodness so we're in a circle and tim murnian takes him everywhere way a man could be taken i made he grabbed him and.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:13 min | 3 years ago

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

"I don't want that to sound selfish a negative you don't care about the school obviously do i'm trying to win every game that i coach but it's more about these kids and i i would say coach are ma you and i kinda deal with it the same way reno when we lose we don't take do you don't take it personal when someone chooses another school you get disappointed but i don't take a personal do you know no i don't take it personal you know it's a free will it's a free will decision that that the families have and the and the youngsters have and it's a free will decision that we have and and choosing who you know who who we bring here and that's our job to to to to go after the best of the best but no and it's not something that that you take personally because you know that they're doing what's what they think is is best for their family i i know if they if they come here that they're going to be happy but it's a free world decision in in you have great respect for that process and the thing i always like about you and respect about you and and this is where i think we're most the same is that once we do go down that path once they do go down to path and they they come to the come to your team or my team it's this is for life we're going down this path together you know all my friends are your friends all my contacts or your contacts and and whether they're whether they're your school for one year or two years or here for three years or for four years it lasts is is it lasts the whole path and and i know you're invested that way and and we are the same way here that's the trusting the guys coach that transferred from here and i haven't had many but they stay in touch one young man was calling me what should i do should i put my name in the draft i said look you can't ask me you got to talk to your coach you gotta talk you can't talk to me about that but again i'm you're right in in them choosing to leave here you know i'm not it's it's for them in their families now i may say i'm not sure you're making the right movement i'm going to support you and and you're right and i try it's hard though in this profession wherein i want everyone on my staff to think the way we all think which is this about these kids and at the end of the day whatever decisions we make when we practice what we're doing everything is not based on what's easiest for us it's what is the best thing for these kids we're going through something in college basketball that i am right now on an ad hoc committee and and there's a commission that's together right now about college basketball and i i've gotta tell you i i just sent out a tweet that in and i sent it out because i read something that i saw from i'm gonna pull it up here in a sec that i saw from winston churchill his quote the politician thinks about the next election the statesman thinks about the next generation we're about to make decisions based on the next generation of young people in our business and of basketball this isn't about the business basketball it's about their how are we going to set up the next generation of young basketball academic young person that's eighteen hour we going to sit up that next generation what are we what's it gonna look like for them not me not the program kentucky you'll be fine michigan's going to be fine but what about them and when i saw that quote today i thought wow let's not be politicians let's be statesman let's let's figure out ahead of this not something we're going to do something that.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:28 min | 3 years ago

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

"Of the great coaches in college basketball here's jim harbaugh jack harbaugh talking with john calipari i heard you on the dick emberg podcast sounded success and and you said that if recruits don't respect their mom or don't respect their grandma that's a deal breaker for you and it it sounds exactly like coach harbaugh i think you guys have a lot of similarities in your recruiting message so when you go into a recruits living room i've just wondering what you tell them and their family to get them to come to kentucky versus duke or any of the other places that are out there what's what's your recruiting pitch well we we we're getting beat by a lot of people in recruiting but let me say this there's one similarity coach arbonne i have we're both catholics and i'm really mad that he got to see the pope before i did his that's maybe my favorite pope because he's about people he's about you know it's not what we can gather for people that have we're trying to do things for people that do not have and you know when i walk in a home when you have a mentality like that you're going to have a compassion for the people you walk in their home and i think they can feel that that that you're not above them you're not talking down you not judging you're having compassion and saying okay tell me what kind of program you wanna be in tell me how you wanna play or because tell me and through the question he sometimes i look and say this isn't going to work now it doesn't mean they're wrong for not come into kentucky there's a kid that father wanted him to shoot every ball and i said we just don't do that here while he's gone onto a school and he had forty last night as a freshman most in twenty years while they may have been right for their son and if it's not about michigan football kentucky basketball coach harbaugh or myself it's about that family usually you're going to make the right choices as a family in as a program there are there are players are you ready for this they're not built for michigan they should not go to michigan and it's nothing about talent it's about their mental makeup do you understand the big house do you understand the games we play we are super bowl games every weekend are you ready for that or you into football or you into training are you into your body or you into your mind for us if you're not into basketball why in the world would you ever come to kentucky now it doesn't mean we're passing on academics we've graduated seventeen players in my eight years we've gotten the award for the apr which means our kids finished terms they're not an internet classes they're not in correspondence classes they finished terms they could all come back many of them leave the my wish would be that i could coach guys longer but that's about me for them in their family i'm really happy that i get a picture this morning from carl towns of he devon booker and tyler ulis that they'll make me happy and smile that last night i spent an hour on the phone with derrick rose trying to help him i mean this what we do is not about us in the programs in universities we work for it's about the people that were dealing with and that.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

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

"Wrote on a plane with jane fonda one who speaking of jane fonda they ryden i i was on segue talking about going to korea with with muhammed ali jane fonda ted turner and riding on a private plane with mohammed ali to to north korea i was just i was just interjecting that sarah nye flew from detroit to los angeles and jane fonda was on our commercial flight she a michigan fan no i don't think so we didn't talk to her anything we we but we recognize that it was jane fonda on the flight yeah tidbit he's still seventy nine years old one of the great movie star star will break you ever flown a white with movie star dead no i haven't i knew i watched henry fonda on in a couple of movies way back he rick of all the wrestling guy like royal rumble wrestlemainia tag team ladder match you have like a favorite event or venue or any specifics about your wrestling career that really stand out to you that you really loved rather the kubrick is that what the title for becker time eight arcades i i the one that i wasn't ready to be champion that sought i was but that's because i've been wrestling guys that we're we're all really good wrestlers of the champion you travel around the world and universal the best territory had offer way i just wasn't ready to work with guys for an hour i for the first ten years is it was an hour guard right i wasn't ready to wrestle guys that had never done that and mean i i could i could pull it off but it was terrible don't they could tight lock me a year later gave it back to harley and then when i went back and gave me another year and a half to really release get my craft were the point where i was really comfortable though when i want it back in eighty three is ready to roll and i was prepared to regressing guys would have a lot of skill and then of course my retirement which was on thirty to thirty pretty cool edges is the one seventy nine dollars before that would actually pie to highlight in my life the highlight of my life is my daughter being the champ did that's that's that's true doak route or she doesn't has gone through a lot great job jimmy where we wondering h right at the show you got a tickets for rick is be as being apparent with with john and jim express yourself when you have a chance to watch your daughter and and yeah and you're in the crowd you're just a spectator how do you how do you feel about that well i figured the more you know in order to the example because people always say that we have people that parents are guilty of living vicariously through their kids you know but in i think sports is a good or i think it's awesome rewarding thing in a rural to see your kid just compete you know you're out obviously want him to win but the cmo's they're trying to hired us know that they've trained hired sweat you know put a lot of time into it and that they ended they're trying so hard to impress the parents the mom and dad brought them you know the all the three hundred miles whatever it was it get him there i think it's the most rewarding thing apparent number go through oh and then some people are gonna say graduating from college or high school but i think when you see i if your child is playing in sports it's physical or any sport i mean swimming whatever but anything that requires a lot of training and sacrifice on their part and having their parents watch them i mean that's jim you for sure know what i'm talking about i mean you don't get anywhere i don't care how if you are you don't put the time in no doubt about it and i always played better with my dad dad or mom were at the the game or the course it's fun for me as a dad to watch jim with his children he's jay here's on the staff he's coaching the running backs here at the university of michigan and the pride that jim takes in his work and then to watch atty play basketball gym little little jack is he's involved in soccer and son jimmy involved in the arts program here to university of michigan such saturday action from being able to to watch and and witness your children doing well and nowhere else you'd rather be yeah.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:53 min | 3 years ago

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

"The legendary rick flair we go back ric flair and i go back we go back first time ever met ric flair was in the rosemont horizon arena chicago no no no no chicago pavilion joe chicago bill down downtown yup so first time i've ever been to show and nineteen ninety brad muster was the fullback part eighty nine eighty nine because a photographic move eighty nine mind yet no you're right it was eighty nine it was eighty nine because brad muster had been he'd been drafted to the bears it was his second year he was a big fan of the sport and rick flair the nature boy was his favorite wrestler and he told myself neil anderson cat boso we're going down we're going to go we're going to go support ric flair we're going to be in his corner brad was into corner and we kind of worked our way we were in the corner we come out for the match so we meet rick and and bryant pill men who find brian cole i'm brian pelmet who played with john at my of ohio was there as well so we've got to talk to them and the the steiner brothers michigan men visine men rechsteiner brothers we're at that show as well so ms just felt like a minute felt like we knew people and then we come out for the main event the nature boy and brad muster myself neil anderson cappos so we got towel waving we're waving to towels and we're coming out and i was so exciting and and the the physicality of the show is unbelievable i mean you were cut up you had shares they were knocking chairs good your did and out of the rig they wrestling each other nature boy ric flair against each other in the main event i was wrestling team boat steamboat oh you would never you're nature boy wrestling steamboat yeah oh i see yeah that was fast forward to the packers and the forty niners playing playoff game at lambeau and our honor a captain guest speaker the night before the game none other than rick flair and we've had a lot of speakers come in and motivate the team and talk to the team nobody nobody received a better better ovation than rick flair and then nobody has put on a put on a talk that got the red blood pumping for the fellas and the team like like ric flair nobody does it better thank you you don't apply i don't even think we've got to my biz could have i for the recruiting day two years ago signing an hours they ran me out or charlotte after that i know you took a little here for that but oh man took a little heat these birth my room is he he has no hard feelings towards though we made sure that because we came to the ravens goodwood steve came to the ravens we he he became party what a dastardly act they burned your robe come on oh oh yeah steve steve bartlett at an auction for muscular dystrophy righty he bernard torn up in the bronx to the game great what state of my life but you guys beat them well i was arrested at story is putting your harvard so the rest of the story is i mean rick i mean rick recruited likes to panthers to you know he's putting but his he was you know get connected with us at the forty niners and and then we played the panthers the next was at the next week the very next we beat the packers and we played the panther next week year next week exactly thank god rick you've got to save my ass you've got a phenomenal history of wrestling it so i'd like to dig into that a little bit i read that you wrestled in north korea in front of almost two hundred thousand people under ninety thousand yeah how was that would that would be the second thing you don't to do besides be beyond beyond live or they're here did you meet you know goes over i got talked into going ahead thing i really ali mohammed ali and with a peace deal right and we know put together by with force to be me ted turner jane find jimmy carter and of course at.

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Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

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

"This program is brought to you by podcast one sports they're the premier football family attacking each day with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind a former first round pick probowler and current head coach at the university of michigan and the patriarch a national champion and renowned coach while they're known for football their legacy is so much more this is attack each day the harbaugh's podcast with gm and jack harbaugh welcome to another episode of attack each day the harbas podcast and this is the post new year's addition this is the first episode of 2018 and we figured go back and take a look at the best episodes of 2017 and this is right after the outback bull so hopefully we are victorious than one or no in 2018 but these these these best of segments are compiled in chronological order from our first episode to to our most recent ones and we we start with adam schefter talking about his honorary captaincy then we go to big cat and pfp from barstools sports socking about awardwinning listeners and how they awarded coach harbaugh the football guy at the year than we've got some stories from joni crane about her dad our our favorite pod father jacquard bogging thrown out of a literally coaching game and having to watch the the outcome of the game in in the out in the outfield bleachers with his parents when they were in town and then joni talks about being hot splicer and helping with the.

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