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"eddie george" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:58 min | Last month

"eddie george" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Possibly My disgruntlement will change to something else. But would you say four. Years is enough for the recent past for I don't know a reference. I think four years is a long time to to keep going back to okay. Let's this list for years. Then see yesterday. The issue with logan and and the the host was that somehow the alabama auburn rivalry had fallen off. Well i understand. We haven't won as many national championships as the tide over there in tuscaloosa but i mean we can't hitler's a black hole over there in tuscaloosa in other words you really don't understand my point or movie logan i'm not talking about the tradition of the row. We're i'm talking about i. I work in a day today. Industry where it doesn't matter how good or bad i was yesterday. It's a new day today and talking about not one to that is not that is not the point though. Everyone knows that I can i can quote stats just like you can. What i'm talking about is the intensity of the rivalry day today. Not on that. Final saturday november. You don't you don't think people around here. Still not no i really i really i do not i do not i think sabin i think sabin broken. The will of the auburn people. Do we want a man that was making seven days. So that doesn't mean he didn't beat save but he did we all watch the games together. I'm talking about. I'm talking about the day to day back and forth that has gone on in my lifetime between auburn alabama. I'm suggesting my opinion only it doesn't exist anymore. Well what. I'm trying to say to us is the fact that we haven't settled well. We could've just kept Because we had that will pay said million dollars james. Gd do me a favor and you call me back in eight years or whatever it is and tell me if brian carson has had. We'll have beaten nick sabin three time. Oh i'm not suggested that he's got a laugh. Half as long as gus malzahn beat saving three out of eight times them this year. Paul good you. That's not what we're talking so you're trying you're doing so many people do in the new world is trying to take things out of context. I think my record on alabama auburn is is pretty. Well take things out of context context. That's what that's what you tell me. I'm i'm telling you that you you've taken this entire conversation that i had yesterday out of context little fun though right golf. Yeah could find in that funding in the in the in the way a root canal is fun. I've never had one praise. God i had. I had all mine done the same day. And i can tell you. There was a relief when it was over but during the process. It was pretty painful. What you tell me when you when you get tired of it push that button is going to be a reason i will tell you. A root canal is not is not nearly as bad a colonoscopy which this is starting to remind me of oh come all all powell just playing renewed brother. Did you ever had one. Well i have. Not i rightly. Know why you wanna go there. Well i'm just trying to tell you discomfort. I you're just not following. You're trying to be an entertainer. James as opposed to a caller. Oh my bad. Excuse me you're trying james. You're trying to make this show. Good again come on. You can't do that. oh again. I heard what i heard. I heard here. You're trying you're upsetting order information james. You're upsetting the new world order with show has to be boring. Come on i. I went through all the nine years. Okay i'm in that age group. I was nine years old when donald punt was a nice little. I remember james. i must run. Sorry as much as this done Enjoyable as this has been we'll take a break three hours to.

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"eddie george" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:49 min | Last month

"eddie george" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hope you enjoyed the conversation. With with eddie where. We've also talked a little bit about this new fbi. And we're going to talk to chef. Walter who was in charge of putting together a list. We weren't over the top ten names which were intriguing for those who may have missed it. Let's expand it a little bit and include the how the schools ranked in the top twenty five as we get ready to show you this list of course alabama being number one and we were alabama is one. Texas am sixth georgia's seventh mississippi state. Eight florida fourteen auburn sixteen. Lsu eighteen almost twenty two arkansas twenty-nine missouri thirty four kentucky thirty nine tennessee forty eighth south carolina. Sixty eighth and dandy ninety third. So let's get some conversation going on the especially if you're at tennessee. Fan or south carolina. Fan or even a kentucky fan you are getting some strong indicators right there this could be a long year what about mississippi state ranked fourth in the sec. Ahead of florida auburn. Lsu ole miss and missouri. a sure. there'll be a little bit of reaction to that and we will get it for you in just a minute. Eight five five two four two seven two eight five and get back to the calls here and checkout dave. Who's in jersey. Hey dave thanks good afternoon. Hey paul how. I today. Doing great excellent excellent. We're doing better today. One.

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"eddie george" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:04 min | Last month

"eddie george" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I haven't coast football game in my life. Want to go back something you said because it doesn't matter who we are and particularly after the last fifty three weeks or thirteen months. I should say we've all struggled with various things in our life but it looks like when you finish playing professional football after a story in college and pro career. It should be the time of your life. And i've seen you during this period and you've done so much but for those who are struggling. Would you go back and discuss for just a moment. How you how you were able to cope with leaving the limelight so to speak in finding something new. Because i think it's important for all of us understand that we all we all deal with this. Yes and and that's that's one of our pillars here. It's just a really focus on robust strong mental health program in terms of that Young men put so much stake in displaying the game of football if playing professionally a you can go on to have a hall of fame career millions of dollars but once you realize that that's not your identity and that's not your know who you are It can it can transfer bad so for me. i went through that a little bit of that. I had at the end of my career. When i was thirty. One two thousand four Newly married a my second child on the way a saved my money. But i didn't know was next. It was a situation where i was like. Well who am. I for so long. I built up this personality. This person as football player now that was gone. What was next for me. What was my next purpose in life. And i was able to do it through My education through my love of the arts and through Osborne worship ventures And i had to seek out counseling. Which i still do you know. I'm one. i'm a huge proponent of someone saying hey i need help that's the strongest thing you can do instead of saying i. I am strong enough to to handle simone. I'm a grown man. And i can deal with them my own. There's more power. Say that you need help and indesit got me through it. You know talking it out here me out Being an actor. I was able to take a lot of the frustration that passionate fear it's filtered through storytelling. And and that's allowed me to build. Have the confidence to get in front of people talk in an audience so You know i. I see all that to say that. It's you cannot overlook the fact of mental health. You can't throw money at it. You have to have a strong resource there that understands and make sure that your kids are checking in daily because the reality of it is paul. Is that a majority of those. Kids won't make it to the nfl. And i'm not gonna put that in their heads. I wanna say you come here. You want to go to the nfl. We want to prepare for that but in case that you don't Here's what you can do to to define your next passion. And that's what. I'm a big advocate. Finally before you go just the prestige and the long history of this university. I know that had to be a factor. But how do you connect the past at tennessee state to the president and and make sure that the future is bright. As past request is is honoring the tradition knowing that the the great coaches. That have coached here. The hall of fame coaches have hall of fame in the hall of fame players This this university is produced the most players in the nfl of all the huge The bones are here for greatness So it's to engage with the guys of the past to bring back Those those guys had to happen letters. Men's club and all of those things to where we can find out. Well what can we do collectively to help push this university for the the funds are there. The opportunity is there. We have a ton of potential a ton of energy. And that's what i think is going to take us to propel into the next few for the future. So i'm not. I did not take this job. Paul as a spike. I take this job as a splash in the pan. I'm not interested in splash. I'm i'm i'm more interested. It's just a sustainability and how we can do that for the future. So when i'm lawn and long gone this continues to move forward in a positive direction towards evolution in it doesn't move backward so is going to take for us to roll up our sleeves a figure out where the deficiencies are Look at where we are. Strengths are in the where. Weaknesses are and Thumbprint on responsible. Safe way Is to indiana to. Your point is to connect people together into let them know this. Our vision our vision. Not eddie doors vision Not any individuals division but was the best for the university of t. Issue moving forward and these young people that are coming to this university. just a fantastic conversation With with eddie george coach. Eddie georgia all the very best and wait to see you this fall and hope you'll come back here very soon. Our i'm gonna send you see us. You had so you have to wear from now okay. I wouldn't be thrilled. Well thank you so much. I can't wait to get that. Thanks coach eddie. George t issue and you got the natural. Take a short break. What a fantastic way to begin the program and we were often running with your phone calls coming up next at eight five five two four two seven two eight five listening to the paul finebaum show podcast and we welcome you.

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"eddie george" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:33 min | Last month

"eddie george" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We let our program with this news. And i know so. Many people are really excited. A national on a cross country for that matter. Because eddie george shoes legendary player. We all have followed his career from the heisman at ohio. State to all pro the nfl to broadway. couple years. Remember when we talked to him when he was on broadway where he has now landed in nashville where he spent a lot of his life and his career as the new coach at tennessee state. And any you're not done a lot of radio show together. we joked about how state in alabama. I can't joke. I got to call you coach coach. Welcome to the show. Yeah i took this job just so you can do that all you have to call. Well i i mean back in the day before i made the move you did a lot of work for for sirius. Xm and i do some shows together at the national championship. And i love more love. Nothing more than than rubbing it into you when when good when good men do i in my short. We weren't together about two months ago in the aftermath of the national championship game. See there you go. It's okay now because of my hardest has turned lewis For house the fans of they won't like that but you know it's a new chapter in my life I'm really excited about it This happened unexpectedly. Sometimes in life things come out of nowhere in changes you for the better And this is one of the a Insisted that happened Didn't not forsee this We asked me six months ago. I saw coaching in my future would have been no. I was focused on building my businesses. What we saw on my entertainment career and also My teaching but When i was offered this opportunity without going too much into great detail how we got here. I saw a natural fit of all things. That i'm doing elevates a lot i can be in the position of service and truly changing in these men's lives for the better before during and certainly adds their playing days at done to To elevate and to transition them into a life after the game of football but while i'm here I will impact to be felt We're here to win championships not just obesity championships but national championships and To develop all americans and to develop all america's on up football field so I'm really excited about the opportunity Can't wait to get my hands entrenched into the infrastructure into the business Final quick off of what we would we have here and how we can enhance it and then moving forward and get this This program moving in the right direction. Eighty eight out your career and it's it's been very impressive and a lot of a lot of guys is as we both know struggle post post playing days. But you didn't you were well. Well you thought it out but when when this thing popped into your head and or however it came to you recently what what triggered you to get over the finish line because i mean you could have said you could have been very polite and said thank you. I'm a huge fan of of helping young people. But i'd rather do it my own way. What what what sold you on doing it now. Well for one. I did struggle at their Finish playing the game. Football was it was not an easy transition for me. So i understand that an insane that I wanted to come from position. Of would i would. I wish i had when. I finished playing the game of football to help. That transition in a car started their paul. But to answer your question. This opportunity was presented to me. Uh some time ago and initially. I was like thank you but no thank within. I talked to my wife. I talked to my fam listed. Talks about Taj you they're asking me to be the head football coach. I'd never coast to my life. I had no intention on coach. I love watching the game. I play the game out. My youngest son's in high school. I want to play goff. Bilbao businesses joy model. Enjoy my life and then she says well why not and. i couldn't come up with a good reason. Why couldn't do it. I mean you think about a live here. National tennessee familiar with the program I so much going on now with spca using the getting money. They're the growing their their their businesses in the right place and Give him my wealth of experience On the field off the field in the board room on the boards of broadway. I felt like. I can bring a holistic approach to this program That has my thumbprint on it. And quite frankly after i do the exercise of would look like what a program would look like. How much would it cost and so forth and going through all of that. I got really excited about it. And it wasn't until about a couple weeks ago. When i was like you know i'm gonna pull the trigger My businesses will still exist. They'll look a little differently But for the most part. I can truly hit a broad stroke of young men An impact them for the their allies. Because i wouldn't be here if it wasn't for coaches like mickey sullivan. Forty military academies hall of fame. This year he he was such an instrumental part of my life. I would not be sitting in this position talking to you being a head coach. Doing all the things that i've done the wasn't for his impacts of i can do the same thing for some young kid This coming here Hopeful of having nfl dream or hopeful of having a a career. After that. i wanna do that same thing. I'm at this point in my life. Where i'm in my mid forties and I'm looking to give back in a great way. And i feel like i'm gonna get so much more fulfillment out of this than than even having played in my own career so I i relish in that. I gave that some deep thought i A lot of soul searching. And i put my own selfish wants aside said. Hey this is the ultimate Active of service is to choose to be a leader and coming in. You know knowing that..

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Drummond a Better Addition to Lakers Than Rondo to Clippers

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:39 min | Last month

Drummond a Better Addition to Lakers Than Rondo to Clippers

"We'll really both teams. Latest editions have paid off saturday. Andre drummond helped lead the lakers in an upset win over the nets. Thanks to his twenty points and eleven rebounds while yesterday rajon rondo dropped five ten points in the fourth quarter. Help the clippers close out the pistons in a comeback win so shannon waiting to think long and hard about this who is the better acquisition from in oregon out here. I think both gas were what the doctor ordered I think would rondo. Does he is allow. He allows paul george and kawhi not to worry about the ball handling situation especially late in the ball game so now they can do what they really good. At that score the basketball rondo will always get them into the right set. He will always do the right thing. Andre drummond is. This is just what the doctor ordered scale because he gives them. Something that the lakers didn't have the size and strength on the block. A guy that could score down there a guy that could rebound down there and a guy that can defend down there so for me. I'm going to say audrey draw. But although i believe rondo a great acquisition andre drummond is going to be the difference between the lakers winning and losing the title. Because i believe skips if you remember last year would they could do. Is that javagal. Into why they all they own for the most time they own the rebounding advantage. I believe this is going to be another situation that they're gonna get a lot of second chance opportunities because the look the other night i think andre drummond had offense rebounds that gives you another opportunity to possibly get. Am one adult or is going to be kicked out to a wide. Open three point shooter so for me. I'm gonna take andre drummond. 'cause i love and plus he three in august this year

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The New England Vampire Girl

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

04:19 min | 4 months ago

The New England Vampire Girl

"Lena's mother passed lena's older sister mary. Olive died as well after fighting a long bout of the same disease. Her obituary read quote. The last few hours she lived was of great suffering yet. Her faith was firm and she was ready for the change and quote. Exeter held a funeral for mary. Olive all the townsfolk sang a hymn that. Mary selected on her deathbed called. One sweetly solemn thought beliefs are about someone begging god to be nearby as they slip over the brink of death into whatever comes next. But there's a reason that lena just a decade later receives so much less fanfare than her sister. A reason why the townsfolk weren't so keen to be in close quarters with the browns. One death is sad to is tragic but after three people start thinking that this family is infected like cursed or something they were once a family of five and now they're down to to just george and his twenty four year old son edwin and eddie will now. he's sick to. He's actually been sick for a while leading dies. He spent something like two years in colorado. His health. Hoping the western air might do him some good but it didn't. He returned to rhode island shortly after. Lena took her last breath by the end of february eighteen. Ninety two. he's counting down his final days on earth. Trying to make them as comfortable as possible. But eddie's well liked around town so he's not short on people willing to lend a hand before hospice and hospitals attending to the dying was considered a position of honor. In new england society even had a name for it watchers in addition to doling out medicine and taking care of basic needs watchers. Made sure that when somebody passed they weren't alone someone they loved was sitting by their side. Easing them through families. Even entire villages would take ships but any makes a controversial decision. He doesn't choose his father to be as watcher. he stays with his in-laws. Why will it turns out eddie. Might want to stay far far away. From the brown family farm one winter night a group of well intentioned townsfolk georgia's doorstep with a wild theory. They think the disease plaguing georgia's family is caused by one of three things to are buried underground and one is in a crypt. They're basically like what if your wife and daughters aren't dead or aren't always dead. What if they're undefeated and feeding on the living tissue and blood of your son now. They don't use the word vampire in conversation but they do suggest that george exhume his wife and two daughters to see if there's any fresh blood in their hearts if there is they'll know for sure that eddie's health is being siphoned by a loved one from beyond the grave as you can imagine this all sounds like three shades to ridiculous to george. He's surely a god fearing man and disturbing the dead probably feels like it's breaking all kinds of commandments. But at the end of the day he doesn't have another option. Medicine has failed. Prayers have failed and he has a town of people scared about what will happen if the disease is in contained. So after talking it over with eddie george actually says yes to zooming his family under one condition. He doesn't want to be there. He refuses to bear witness so on march seventeenth eighteen. Ninety two george stays behind as four. Neighbors dr metcalfe and possibly correspondent from the providence journal head over to the brown family cemetery. The good doctor more or less thinks this trip is a joke. And the supernatural beliefs being flaunted are laughable. He even says as much but goes along with it. If only to

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Another thing is. Former athletes. There's some avenues that they can go. That are kind of the safe avenues you To go after those you have to open up and be vulnerable because. There's no guarantee that you're going to be successful at what these other things are in your opening yourself up for failure. He's not afraid to fail as hit man. That's vulnerability. That's what that is. The willingness to open yourself up and put that energy out no matter what energy comes back to you is true strength. and. I'm really I couldn't possibly be more impressed. Thanks so much eighty first time. Again great job getting him Travis. Before. We get out of here I. Want to say thank you so much to body. All of you who are opening yourself up right now to learn opening yourself up to find a more vulnerable piece of yourself to be self, aware and self reflective. Thank you so much to. Everyone who is? Working very hard to. Make a push for equality and see the world through someone else's perspective. That's very important right now. And I'm so grateful for our law. Enforcement officials are fire men, our first responders, our military, both here in America and all over the globe, working so tirelessly and so selflessly to keep us free. and. It's a unique time in the United States of America. and. It's so important that we love one another. It's so important that we let kindness be our compass. That's what I'm trying to do right now I'm trying to let kindness be my compass. Thank y'All for listening to Marty Smith's America. Thank you for love and Marty Smith's America. We appreciate the opportunity to share these stories with you guys every week. Just be nice to each other. Guys appreciate you be well. We'll try to do. Better next week..

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Another thing is. FORMER ATHLETES! There's some avenues that they can go. That are kind of the safe avenues you know. Being on air, analysts or whatever? But he has his other passions. To go after those you have to open up and be vulnerable because. There's no guarantee that you're going to be successful. At what these other things are in your opening yourself up for failure. He's not afraid to fail as hit man. That's vulnerability. That's what that is. The willingness to open yourself up and put that energy out no matter what energy comes back to you is true strength. and. I'm really. I couldn't possibly be more impressed. Thanks so much eighty first time. Again great job getting him Travis. Before we get out of here I want to say thank you so much to everybody. All of you, who are opening yourself up right now to learn opening yourself up to find a more vulnerable piece of yourself to be self, aware and self reflective. Thank you so much to. Everyone who is. Working very hard to. Make a push for equality and see the world through someone else's perspective. That's very important right now. And I'm so grateful for law. Enforcement officials are fire men, our first responders, our military, both here in America and all over the globe working so tirelessly and so selflessly to keep us free. and. It's a unique time in the United States of America. And it's so important that we love one another. It's so important that we let kindness be our compass. That's what I'm trying to do right now. I'm trying to let kindness be my compass. Thank y'All for listening to Marty Smith's America. Thank you for love and Marty. Smith's America. We appreciate the opportunity to share these stories with you guys every week. Just be nice to each other. Guys appreciate you be well. We'll try to do better next week..

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Nineteen ninety nine. Prior to US moving from Houston to Tennessee that hold the bockel the move being in Memphis playing memphis playing vanderbilt. playing in front of sixteen thousand fans during the time known as a big bond team. Nobody watches weren't we weren't on TV. it was it was difficult to to really stay focused on that time. That was a really tough era for for us and into. Finally become the Tennessee Titans Ninety nine had uniforms with the stadium. It was just Nashville was on fire I mean there was standing room only for preseason games. And feeling like mad. This is what the NFL feels like. This is what support feels like. This would would home field advantage for truly is was remarkable. And for us to have that magical year. Of winning every home game in that stadium to have the music city miracle get the buffalo bills. Have going, up to Indianapolis, beating. Peyton manning and the. Colts. then beaten, Jacksonville were third time in Jacksonville and the the fall, just shy of a yard, Kinda random, super bowl, thirty four was was special, and that was a special team, and it was great men on it. Football Team although we did win. The Super Bowl we still felt like we've accomplished something because we overcame so much, and it was nothing but love that we had for one another respect for one another. Those are my brothers because day so I will see that the number one thing that team really special ninety nine. How often do you think about that? Last play of Super Bowl thirty four? I think about it lot. About how? Life would be different the super bowl champion or possible. She bowl champion. I think about the confetti. That's one thing that I noticed once. The clock struck. Zero would confetti coming out of the sky. And it was blue a yellow. It wasn't. Like the Titans You couldn't told me that night and I was gonNA. Hold the IT I could see my mind feel trophy in my hands. I can feel the angles of the trophy. I see the smiles of my teammates. I can hear our fans screaming. I could see the pre that we were GONNA have. down Broadway and National Tennessee bring him trophy back Nashville. And you could convince me otherwise. So. You know once once that happens. All I can say goodbye to Confetti flying and being the midst of that. And I think about. You know what could have happened. Could we have one going back to back because we have one three I don't know we'll be a dynasty. but I I will forever. At an atlas questions answered because of what happened that not and I will never have a chance to win as a player. A Super Bowl. Go. Yeah. You think about it often. What should folks who never knew Steve McNair know about him? Steve Steve was. Fifty! They've wonderful loving human being. Who gave you. Will give the shirt off his back with you. He would sacrifice his body for exact body for IT I. Love the family. WAS A hell of A. Cook could barbecue. Man Maxxie down the grill. Loved to fish, and he was just a country boy who just love life. this is tremendous athlete and is awesome. Team could be around this full of life. Had this unique laugh the funny last? This this that you know was Steve. and just a wonderful human. And This was kind to everyone. Steve with the type of guy that you you could see him. At a local, a wing spot in the corner, somewhere eating wing at the Bar, watching baseball game and it. Steve McNair you know entourage. It was nothing like that nothing fancy about him, but trying to big time anybody or I, mean he. He knew people by their first name in our community. The outside of the Tennessee Titans and that's we wasn't approachable. He was. He was a down to Earth. Personal have a conversation with anybody would love to please everybody. Though you'll take a picture with you. Sign an autograph for I mean. He was just that type of God man and You Know I. Think about him on almost every day as he was wonderful teammate to ask. How did you learn about his passing? And what impact does that have on you? Well I was in Atlanta my wife. My wife is finger a show. The LANTA and it was fourth of July. And we had planned to driving back. Plans Barbecue or son family so forth. And we're about hour and a half out of Nashville. And it was not a cloud in the sky. Hot. Hot Summer Day. And we're driving in and get a phone call from a friend of mine sands feed got shot in a fight at a bar and I'm like that's crazy Steve. First, of all doesn't go out to didn't go out to a club. And who the HELL's the shoot Steve McNair. Seen best this nonsense. So I get a second call from somebody from the police department. randomize. At, you know I'm hearing things down here at the scene. where this and Steve is is in this in this apartment and these days. Like what? Is this, not it. There's another body in there. And I was like. I'm thinking you know could be. There's why. would. What's going on I'm like okay. There has to be something more to this. So I, said if if I call Jeff Fisher. If. He has inkling about this or he doesn't know you. Talk to Stephen I'll find out for sure he'll know something so I call Jeff and Jeff with over I Afghanistan And he says Steve Steve said notes Eddie and they want. He said debt I said there might be something to base, and then shortly thereafter was confirmed. That Steve mortgage was murdered along with the baby and.

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Happy. Low Lou Holtz in our stadium for the first time in Notre Dame fighting Irish first time since then and forty five years. I WanNa say that last night. We play prior ninety five season. that was that was a big win for us. playing Washington University of Washington and Nineteen Ninety two. They were coming off of a national championship near highly touted the had the reputation of being. the dogs and great defense. It's hard to be safety and so forth beaten them at night with big Daddy Wilkinson, and and that's when we really felt like we could have been. Liberty football team while going. ten one hundred one year. and I would have to say a beating Michigan. See it being. Put on the warm up north. That team up north nineteen ninety four. Was a big win for us to. The fans rushed the field. First Time we beat that team nor the first seven years ago time, so those are my those are definitely highlights. highlights pet allows state. Houston oilers powder blue jerseys. Greatest uniform. Certainly. You know what being I. There were vastly underrated. I think I I. Mean I used to? I I would so much. I was like they're okay. They're right there with the chargers. A love charges uniform. Love the.

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"The things that are around the Kobe nineteen. Sports starting to be opened and so forth so I'm ready. I'm ready to Mr about the economy and I'm bullish on the future for for for our economy. Love it. Let's jump to Columbus Ohio Sir. Illinois game you had a tough on that day. Do, you remember about that. What do you remember about that day? And what did you learn from that experience? I remember. It would I own game in the big ten against AC then. Our second biggest rival lot I rival of course always going to be that team, north but Illinois back then. was. For us, they had a really good defense. Lou Temper with the head coach and he was tough. Goshi ask some tough teams pride themselves on having a great beef itch. they did score a whole lot, but they will want to intimidate you with the linebackers Kevin Hardy to me out, rice and Dana Howard. How a check I mean, those are some bad boys back in the day. So they come into Columbus, and they made the statement that hey, we own Lisa Columbus. Ohio state, you know. We go down to a great success. So I remember it being a little chippy in the beginning of the game. And I went now. I drive of the game more exciting coming off of. some road success. I had three touchdowns two weeks prior to that game against the Syracuse up there. We're coming off a loss conscious, so we're kind of TV at the now, so go out there. for my first carry of a goal line situation. I fumbled the ball on the retired ninety seven yard touchdown. and. I really. Understood that Dan. Gosh now to nine hundred thousand fans here. My Name Edi now. Doing that feels horrible I've got to be myself. So the game goes on the Winder scoring another touchdown and I feel good about myself, and I'm like okay got off me. You can move forward. So the game's going back and forth nipping you know goes down US down to. The last quarter were driving and We our. First goal at. A. Five yard line and of the tall, sweet to me going out to my left. Take the pitch and I go inside. Try to cut it for a touchdown fumble again and they recovered. The game was over. And just a feeling of failure of being exposed of being going back vulnerable. I cried. That felt like my career was over I felt like I let the team down on the macbook. The Black Aleka Seniors Down Kurt herbstreet was quarterback. And he was a hell of a League was a Catholic and all we talked about was going to the Rose Bowl and that game. We lost because you'll annoy. Almost took out of contention for the will I felt like I felt like crap. And I didn't beginning to feel the rest of the year, but that's today. During that moment, that's when I won the heisman. Because I had a chance to. An opportunity to leave Ohio state to go somewhere else to. Avoid the naysayers avoid negative. Talk you know, be being the worst running back to come out state history and all of that. Being teased about having butterfly fingers worth I committed to work out harder. I was GONNA. Be Myself that mistake and when I have opportunity again whenever they came around I, was going to be more than ready, and that's. That's why I like. You say they've day was a blessing to me because it exposed me, it took me to another level terms of work ethic. Terms of how much deeper had to dig down to find. The energy to overcome My -versities that face my demons to face the devil, if you will and pursue a dream that that I was going to Still my name. My is because back full circle to my debt so that was all being tested at that point so I had to dig deep for that at the fight. You know the Heisman Senior year eighty was. Historic. Thousand nine hundred yards heisman Walter. Camp Doke. Big Ten MVP offensive player of the year I all. American you name it, you want it. All that results in your. Jersey being retired at Ohio state. How do you describe that season now? A quarter century later? Oh Wow respect a special team. Team! It wasn't. It was immune. That award represents our era. Of players It was Chico Nelson who's no longer with this. It was Roger. Harper Raymond Harris, but the but no J.. The upperclassmen I'm show out of Work Robert Smith a great deal. Of respect to Robert Smith because he really showed me how to work on that level. It was Orlando Pace on our team that year pretty deadly. Delete Terry Glenn Bobby Own Michael Variable Luke fickle charge spring, so talent, wise man everywhere it. Yeah, you'd do everywhere Joey. Galloway was in our team. Years Prior show I I look at that entire war by tire for years that was represented us, and that was our team success as a whole the culture. So for me it was a combination of all of that the hard work dedication, but it was a remarkable experience to go through that year, and to not have won a national title. The CAP that. hurts me to the day. That's the only thing that I wish we could have done was won a big ten championship more because we have the talent. Every had everything we needed I wish you would have won more of a team award terms of the National Championship or another big ten championship Rose Bowl. would have been beautiful but I that era definitely was represented. The heisman I was just be shipping of that and I'm just being dashed. If work while those guys that I, speak about because they all need me better, it turns a better athlete. A Better player in in my work ethic it and so forth. What's your perspective on the current College Football Landscape with the playoff and the way championships are decided I love I. Love the fact that you can now have a champion decide on the field both versus feel system where we voted on a winner. Like teams like like life. The nineteen ninety-four Penn State nittany lions. undefeated. The annihilated everyone in their path..

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Our conversation on Marty. Smith's America with Eddie George and just adds up for those that are actually still listing through this forty minute RV story. The senator was taped weeks ago before talk, racial qualities started so that's why there's any mention of that in this interview. Guys. This man's twitter bio says this. NFL alleged. heisman trophy. Winner Actor Speaker Entrepreneur Yogi and renaissance man. I mean. You kidding me and the fact that it's all true. That's not a made up. Eddie Jordan, What about your journey to this point in your path or you proud? Oh. Wow man I WANNA ask me a question like this. Just the other day. not frame this way, but I would have to say making the decision to live be my authentic self. Against the talk about my football days I can talk about how things I've done in business, or the act of being on Broadway and so forth I think I'm most proud of taking the chance. And not being afraid to fail being afraid to be laughed at a really following my parts passion and seeing on the other side of that. and to take a chance at doing something different in terms of telling stories in the media. Theater or through the Camera Lens. Trying out different businesses. It's this really having been open. Minded to all the possibilities of of guys Stanford show. That's that's the thing I'm most proud of I guess in a sense that I'm willing and open to take a chance. If it feels, right is a calculated risk. You know so. That's kind of that's that's that's. That's what it is. The and that's every day. that's an everyday decision. That's the that's nothing like I made this decision. Five years ago is sustainable. You're presented with that every single day. You wake up is who you choose to be how you choose to operate. And want to become consistently moment the moment you know every minute of the day. So that's that's what I try. Try to do so yeah, that's so cool, because the reason that you feel that way is that you made yourself vulnerable. And actually difficult as a man. To make yourself that vulnerable because when you do, make yourself that vulnerable, you have to be okay with whatever energy comes back from that vulnerability from the outside. And absolutely yeah, and that's not an easy thing to reconcile in your own mind. What? What was the challenge for you to find project that authentic self? Breaking through the idea of what was next for me in terms of my life, I finish playing the game of football. was searching for really who I was in like. I knew I, wasn't this. Was Born just to play football and die. You know was something else on and I had to really delve into who I was in. You know in for four that reason I had to seek out counseling to help guide me do that. There was no. There's no book written on how you transition from one passionate. Find Out your next passion. There was no blueprint on there was no. There's no manual and it's not A. LINEAR process cylindrical. It's going to your church is going to a sweat lodge. It's going to. A Yoga practice. It's sitting back in. Spending time with your wife or your loved ones, it's all of that, and it's constant so and he had to be real with where I was who I was. How was feeling and not last that because if I suppressed those feelings and Mascot and see, I'm okay, and what? I'm really not EA eats you on the inside. So as long as bruce loose those. True feelings to the surface and I say okay, I'm taking way of doing this way. I'm looking at it and space. Okay, it is serving me at this point. Are these things true? And they aren't just let go and move on so I've had to learn to really be vulnerable, and that's just based off of my life experiences begging vulnerability. Let's shift over quickly to Provo nineteen and everything so many are experiencing right now, and that includes your father who actually directed Cova Nineteen. How's Your Dad Doing? He's doing great today. The seventieth birthday so I'll be call insurance the phone with you, so that's that's a blessing right there, so he's doing much better about about four weeks ago three weeks ago, he contracted the disease. He's an assisted living facility just outside of Philadelphia. And yeah, be tested Hammy tested positive that the quarantine him wasn't able to talk to him. At that particular time, I was giving a lot of correspondence to my uncle lives. There but I was happy to hear that he ordered a cheeseburger with the fried onions I. Talk about it, and that was like okay. He's back. He's good to go. You know so. He's out of the situation now. He's out of Corinthian. He's he's up. He has some other. Underlying health issues booking during a lot better now I read a piece about your relationship with him, and how everything you did on the football field was basically to please him and man. Can I relate to that? Basic desire as a young man and earn your father's favor. How did that drive your need for his affirmation? Everything it's very reason pre game of football. That's a game that he loved. He wanted to play college football. He wanted to play professional football. didn't have.

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"I wish we could have had her onto the get her take. During all these mental breakdowns I told her we needed her perspective on this and she did not. She was not interested in being on a Marty Smith's America podcast one bit. Interested in the podcast we we've made that not just cared about like three of our interviews. Right? We if I get the bachelor on, if I get like Jordan Rogers on. And if I get. Home. Dempsey. Patrick Dempsey. She loved that one. Yeah, right? Dreamy and it's and it's the bachelor she's in. If we get a survivor contestants you'll. Tory burch on one of those people. Travis and I had the great blessing of doing the masters official podcast, and we had Tory burch on and listen to that one now. Actually, she lives I. Tell You what do. Laney listen to every single one of our masters podcasts. Everyone of the ship her her captain had on so that she could give feedback. Speaking of Captain Hats, you know what so my buddy, Tony, a chick! He wears like voting hat while he drives his RV. And I thought you know what I need to drive. If I get an RV, I have like some I have awesome cowboy hats by the way. I have. An Awesome Charlie one horse. Black. Cowboy Hat I. Don't know the material whether it swayed or some fancy material cowboy hat. That the Texas Motor speedway sent me because they give the winner a cavalry. And some six shooters. and. So I have that cowboy hat I have a Richard Petty Cowboy Hat i. have a this cowboy hat. Right beside me Jason Al Dean. Where's this specific cowboy hat and his PR? People sent me one one time. And sitting right beside me. Don't you think that if I get an RV and I'm driving or be down? The road I should be wearing a cab ahead. I.

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"To race and their. thereby my anxiety builds in starts to create scenarios that aren't even real. You like everything just so you know, and this is out of your control has a lot of. You. Don't have the ability to fix it without calling somebody so I I just wonder. What it was like I know what you're liking. So at least the kids were kind of in their own world. Thank God. So I on our way up the mountain. Probably, not even a mile into our trick Scott. WHO HAS THIS EAGLE ICEES? This sign at this bar that is closed for Covid Wifi hotspot. Drops on a break slams on the brakes spins this minivan around, and he goes dude. Look at that sign so I walk over to the bar. There's like full ballers. Face time. My neighbor Daniel who is Mr Rv. And he goes. Do don't worry about it. He said you're fine. The batteries are just did. He said you need to plug that thing in, and you need to leave it, and it might be a day before you're going to be okay, but it's going to be okay. So He's given me at least this solace. But we had to sleep. In the RV without the slides out. It was a little bit tight. and. The next morning I got up and we before dawn we had to go. Do the shoot the next morning out in the Wilderness in. In Bone Valley, which is what they call it out there in western North Carolina. And on the Fontana Lake which. What a gorgeous like I mean! I was out there dawn in a canoe. With this good ole boy coy Adams. And, he's telling history of the lake. The Sun's coming up over the smokey mountain national forest, and it's one of those beautiful things I've ever seen in my life. and. We're having a great time well. We get back from the from the shoot. And it's the moment of truth with this bus. I'm like I can't. Granny's I'm GonNa this is going to be the moment. This is the moment. In so go over to the bus. And I noticed. That are plugged in my phone phone was charging. which is the first time that's happened in three days? That's a good sign. Turn on the bus. Everything is firing jet. The shades are going up and down. Electrically I was able to use the push button. Start on the bus instead of the key start. Everything's like money. Jackson just to see. Those lights were still blinking. I'm like son of. So the camera guy the guy who owns sub seven. Production Company, which is the production third party production company that I work with on these shoots for academy. Ma Boy mark womack goes. You know what you need to do. How about this? He said just pull the Jacks up. And put it on the pavement pavement road that led into the camp ground. Put It on the pavement and put the jacks down just to see if it's able to level itself. I moved over to the pavement. Put the Jacks down and shares a day is long baby. It's Blinken. Green is grass. An Ma power hookup reached and my water hookup reached from the pavement. So. I was able to put the slides out. We had the best evening. We went back out on the water. Cameron went fishing with Koi Adams in his sons. They have this property owner. Thirty acres out there. Cameron went trout fishing with those boys, and had the time of his life called a couple of fish just had a blast. The girls me I took the girls in Laney fishing out on the lake and just had an absolute blast. We got this guy. Let us use his pontoon. We spent the day on the lake until the thunderstorms rolled in. And it was this beautiful day and you know what I did after all of that. I don't want to get preachy here. But I bowed my head and I said thank you. because. I had a partner in my wife who tolerated all that anxiety. I had a great friend in window and his wife Lindsay who tolerated all of mine? Zayed's I had another great friend. In Daniel, my neighbor, who gave me great solace that everything was going to be okay and everything was okay. And all of the content we captured was utterly amazing. I had great friends site who were not only able to help me, but in their hearts were willing to help me. It was just a wound up being a great lesson. And what an amazing time for my family, and the the funniest knee of it all guess what Laney and I started doing when we got home. Every vs I was GONNA say. When is your next trip? It's going to be very soon. RV Fun if you know what you're doing and window I. Just returned the bus to him on Saturday. It's currently what Tuesday. That is. I return the bus to him on Saturday because it was only window, I knew ahead. and. This is funny. I forgot status part after Mardi. McGee already had the bus like meticulously cleaned everything ready to go lenient our able to repair all of the. Interior parts that were broken. You can't even tell they were broken. Everything was pristine in there. I go to crank the bus at like noon after Mardian McGee. Dead Batteries Dead And it took us until four o'clock in the afternoon to charge it enough to crank. About that he's. Dead Man. Sounds like electricity was your biggest need and biggest problem during this whole thing. About that story y'All y'all listen I knows long I'm sorry, but that was a therapy session.

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Was a great interview, but just my skin was itching all last week. It just it didn't feel right like I'm planning on going back to driving back to Ohio and a couple of weeks, and I couldn't do that until we released this interview, so I'm glad we're doing this now. So I'm glad that that we could could bring Eddie back. Eddie is a little bit of a tease. Let me read this guy's twitter biography for you. GUYS NFL legend Heisman Trophy winner actor. Speaker Entrepreneur Yogi and renaissance man. I mean one of those. Just one of those bullet points is pretty damn good resume. But Eddie George has all of that on his resume. y'All are going to love this interview. It's extremely insightful. He's very vulnerable and Travis and our very moved by it. Quite frankly, you're gonNA love it, but before we get to Eddie. There's a very important topic that must be discussed. Travis has been waiting with baited breath. Many of you have asked me about this via social media posts. I, had a guy asked me about it at the bar the other day laney and I went and had a couple of cold ones with my buddy. Rayfield Milton from high school, and a guy walked up and he wanted to know about the RV. And I laughed very hard and laney laughed very hard. So I have to break this down for you guys I have an amazing relationship a personal service agreement. With Academy, Sports and outdoors. To say I love representing this company is an understatement. It's awesome and here's what. Academy has an advertising relationship with the southeastern conference network. With SEC NATION AND Other, various programming, Mardi, McGee. And so. As part of that I go out in the woods with academy. And we capture all of this outdoors content to help promote their amazing outdoors business. I have done the craziest things I've been in the you swamp with alligators. I've Gone Flounder Geoghegan. I've gone red fishing down at the mouth of the Mississippi. where it meets the Gulf of Mexico at Port EADS. Louisiana I've gone fishing noodling in a lake in Mississippi I've gone everywhere. We've got all over the south and. collected. This amazing content so I do about eight or ten shoots a year. With Academy and so. We made the decision that we could social distance. And capture this content because we're outdoors. And, so we made the decision art. Where we can't stay in hotels, we can't fly. And why not get my family out of the house? So I make the decision right. I'm going to rent an RV. And I'm going to bring Laney Cameron Mia in Vivian with me on this week long string of cap of capturing this content. We were going to start at Lake, Norman at our home. We were GONNA drive to Charleston South. Carolina I was going to interview this guy and go see his oyster farm. Learn about that and participate in that and then go over to. North Georgia. Where I was going to go trout fishing and by the way. One of the most fun days of my life was spending time. Trout fishing in north Georgia near Clarkesville Georgia. And then we were going to go from there up to far western North Carolina East Tennessee. To the Fontana Lake Dam. And I was going to go fishing there hiking there and really accentuate. How beautiful far western North Carolina the Great Smoky Mountain. Natural Natural Reserve is. And all that and we were going to do that over a week's time. Going to be a blast further subject my children to the outdoors I've been very remiss as a dad, not really getting them out there enough, and so this is GonNa. Be Fun. So I. Go on the Internet to rent an RV. And I wanted kind of a bigger RV because there were going to be moments when I was capturing that content in a lot of cases, laney would be charged with parenting and watching the dog. We got this new puppy. She was charged with all of that responsibility. It's all one there to be some space for everybody to move. During that time. And, so I'm going to get this thirty two foot. RV classy, it has, and what that means is, it has like a truck cab in an RV back. And so. Go on this Internet site. I'm not GONNA name it. And? I get this RV. It's kind of like an AIRBNB for RV's right. And so it's a Charlotte based RV owner and everything's great. And so I'm meeting the RB owner at a central location in order to grab the RV. So we get there and Laney and our together and we're walking around the RV, and they're kind of like well. This is this. The locks on these bins are broken. Just do your best to keep them closed. Okay And we're going round. Don't use the range because it gets really hot if you use the range, there's a grill that you can use it. Okay very good, so we're going around and they're showing me all the amenities of this RV. Pie I get in the star driving. And I noticed immediately on my drive back to my house. The army's on empty. So I'm like Oh, I, guess. Maybe that's the way this works a little ignorant about how this works I. Guess Maybe they give it to the renter empty and it's the renter job. Fill it up, Kuno sweat. So I go to the gas. On the way home. Owner books.

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Was a great interview, but just my skin was itching all last week. It just it didn't feel right like I'm planning on going back to driving back to Ohio and a couple of weeks and I couldn't do that until we released this interview. I'm glad we're doing this now. So I'm glad that that we could could bring Eddie back. Eddie is a little bit of a tease. Let me read this guy's twitter biography for you. Guys NFL legend Heisman trophy. Winner Actor, Speaker Entrepreneur Yogi and renaissance man. I mean one of those. Just, one of those bullet points is pretty damn good resume. But Eddie George has all of that on his resume. y'All are going to love this interview. It's extremely insightful. He's very vulnerable and Travis and our very moved by it. Quite frankly, you're gonNA love it, but before we get to Eddie. There's a very important topic that must be discussed. Travis has been waiting with baited breath. Many of you have asked me about this. Via Social Media Posts I had a guy asked me about it at the bar the other day laney and I went, and had a couple of cold ones with my buddy Rayfield Milton from high school, and a guy walked up and he wanted to know about the RV. And I laughed very hard and laney laughed very hard. So I have to break this down for you. Guys I have an amazing relationship a personal service agreement. With Academy Sports and outdoors. To say I love representing. This company is an understatement. It's awesome and here's what. Academy has an advertising relationship with the southeastern conference network. With SEC NATION AND! Other various programming Mardi McGee. And so. As part of that I go out in the woods with academy. And we capture all of this outdoors content to help promote their amazing outdoors business. I have done the craziest things I've been in the you swamp with alligators. I've Gone Flounder Geoghegan I've gone red fishing down at the mouth of the Mississippi where it meets the Gulf of Mexico at PORT EADS Louisiana I've gone fishing noodling in a lake in Mississippi I've gone everywhere. We've got all over the south and. Collected this amazing content so I do about eight or ten shoots a year. With Academy and so. We made the decision that we could social distance. And capture this content because we're outdoors. And so we made the decision art. Where we can't stay in hotels, we can't fly. And? Why not get my family out of the house? So I make the decision all right I'm GonNa rent an RV. And I'm going to bring Laney. Cameron Mia in Vivian with me on this week. Long string of cap of capturing this content. We were going to start at Lake Norman at our home. We were GONNA drive to Charleston South. Carolina I was going to interview this guy and go see his oyster farm. Learn about that and participate in that and then go over to. North Georgia. Where I was going to go trout fishing and by the way. One of the most fun days of my life was spending time. Trout fishing in north Georgia near Clarkesville Georgia. And then we were going to go from there up to far western North Carolina East Tennessee. To the Fontana Lake Dam. And I was going to go fishing there hiking there and really accentuate how beautiful far western North Carolina the great smoky. Mountain Natural Natural Reserve is. And all that and we were going to do that over a week's time. Going to be a blast further subject my children to the outdoors I've been very remiss as a dad, not really getting them out there enough and so this is GonNa, be fun. So I go on the Internet to reach an RV. And I wanted kind of a bigger RV because there were going to be moments when I was capturing that content in a lot of cases, laney would be charged with parenting and watching the dog. We got this new puppy. She was charged with all of that responsibility. It's all one there to be some space for everybody to move. During that time. And so I'm going to get this thirty two foot. RV classy. It has, and what that means is it has like a truck cab in an RV back. And so. Go on this Internet site. I'm not GONNA name it. and. I get this RV. It's kind of like an AIRBNB for RV's right. And so it's a Charlotte based RV owner and everything's great. And, so I'm meeting the RB owner at a central location in order to grab the RV. So we get there, and Laney and our together and we're walking around. The RV and they're kind of like well. This is this. The locks on these bins are broken. Just do your best to keep them closed. Okay. And we're going round. Don't use the range because it gets really hot if you use the range, there's a grill that you can use it. Okay very good, so we're going around and they're showing me all the amenities of this RV. Pie I get in the RV star driving. And I noticed immediately on my drive back to my house. THE ARMY'S ON EMPTY! So I'm like, oh I. Maybe that's the way this works a little ignorant about how this works I. Guess. Maybe they give it to the renter empty, and it's the Renner job. Fill it up Kuno sweat. So I go to the gas. On the way home. Owner books.

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Y'all we'll compare Computer Marty Smith's America podcast. All you one hundred. We're done accounting and. Let people know also this is part two of US redoing this. We started doing podcasts and I had to stop because. for at the press records. This is round two of. PODCAST. We're probably ten fifteen minutes that. I've looked up and I'm like the computer's not recording this so episode one hundred. Whatever is part to now started. Hey all of us. All of us make mistakes. and. It's okay because it's just something that we can go back and do it again. At least it wasn't like an interview. If, it would have been an interview. Then we have a meeting. We might have download on that. It's all good. So I will say that. I've been very busy very busy and ever since. NASCAR came back and with all of the. Amazing steps that sport has taken. Over the last. What may I think may seventeenth was their first race back so month? So in the last month NASCAR has taken. The lead. In amazing ways they were the first back to competition amid the Dacoven. Nineteen pandemic and they have done a great job with that I just a phenomenal job. Meticulous plan will executed in the sport is thriving. And then you fast forward to. The past couple of weeks and they have taken a great lead. In the push for racial. And Social Justice. Lead Bobby Wallace. And led by Jimmy, Johnson and a driving core that has galvanized to make a difference. And leadership within the sport that has made the decision that we're going to make change. We're not going to stand by and watch anymore. And it's just been amazing to watch and. I've been so immersed in that and basically on a daily basis for the past. Three weeks or month. I've been creating original content, regarding NASCAR, or reporting live from somewhere or something. And so the podcast on unfortunately has been. Has had suffer a little bit for that. But we hear you guys were so grateful that you love it that much that you are wondering where in the hill the podcast is. And it's a great podcast and say it's great because the interview that you will hear, today is with one of the greatest Ohio. State buckeyes ever. And we had to do that. Guys just for the record in order to get Travis's bubbles back level. He was a little off kilter after last week when we had former all American from the University of Michigan Doctor Chris, Hutchinson who's an Er doctor outside of Detroit. Has Battled. covid nineteen and been on the front lines of that and his son currently plays for Michigan, so he had such amazing perspective on what that disease is. Its impact and yet he is completely open and confident in his son going back to campus to play football. It was a great interview, but just my skin was itching all last week. It just it didn't feel right like I'm planning on going back to driving back to Ohio and a couple of weeks, and I couldn't do that until.

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"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Y'all. WE'LL COMPARE COMPUTER MARTY SMITH'S AMERICA PODCAST. All you one hundred. We're done accounting and. Let people know also this is part two of US redoing We started doing podcasts and I had to stop because. for at the press records. This is round two of. PODCAST. We're probably ten fifteen minutes that. I've looked up and I'm like the computer's not recording this so episode one hundred. Whatever is part to now started. Hey all of us. All of us make mistakes. And it's okay because it's just something that we can go back and do it again. At least it wasn't like an interview. If it would have been an interview. Then we have a meeting. We might have download on that. It's all good. So. I will say that I've been very busy very busy and ever since NASCAR came back and with all of the. Amazing steps that sport has taken. Over the last. What may I think may seventeenth was their first race back so month. So in the last month, NASCAR has taken. The lead. In amazing ways, they were the first back to competition amid the Dacoven. Nineteen pandemic and they have done a great job with that I just a phenomenal job. Meticulous plan will executed in the sport is thriving. And then you fast forward to. The past couple of weeks and they have taken a great lead. In the push for racial. And social, justice. Lead Bobby Wallace. And led by Jimmy Johnson and a driving core that has galvanized to make a difference. And leadership within the sport that has made the decision that we're going to make change. We're not going to stand by and watch anymore. And, it's just been amazing to watch and. I've been so immersed in that and basically on a daily basis for the past. Three weeks or month. I've been creating original content, regarding NASCAR or reporting live from somewhere or something. And so the podcast on unfortunately has been. Has had suffer a little bit for that. But! We hear you guys were so grateful that you love it that much that you are wondering where in the hill the podcast is. And it's a great podcast and say it's great because the interview that you will hear, today is with one of the greatest Ohio state buckeyes ever. And we had to do that. Guys just for the record in order to get Travis's bubbles back level. He was a little off kilter after last week when we had former all American from the University of Michigan Doctor, Chris Hutchinson who's an Er doctor outside of Detroit. has battled covert nineteen and been on the front lines of that and his son currently plays for Michigan so he had such amazing perspective on what that disease is. Its impact, and yet he is completely open and confident in his son going back to campus to play football. It was a great interview, but just my skin was itching all last week. It just it didn't feel right like I'm planning on going back to driving back to Ohio and a couple of weeks and I couldn't do that until.

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"eddie george" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"eddie george" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Richie gotTA move on. No I know I have to get to break. Get Georgia Tech Isan for Oscars Hashtag those save the host. Chris Harrison agreed with me Monday. Totally does of course because he knows what a host can do. Yes he does. Well he's a host so he's how would the bachelor be with. Find Your Own Damn Pan Picking yourself cutting here his own scissors and delivered to wherever you want and the keys to the windmill or underneath the rug who would come out and say Guys Final Russ. Nobody would have one of the bachelorettes do it. It's the same. It's the same team concept. You understand what I'm saying Group Day card. What's the what's the poll results right now? What's what's it's all right now looking at which road team best chance to win a divisional round this weekend Texans? Ten Percent Titans sixteen percent percent. Vikings twenty three percent. The twelve routes Seattle seahawks fifty. Why toll-free bad I told you but I for some reason the titans also yummy going here? That game is going to be closer than people think. Tank take a break. And that's not just because Eddie George is about to join us. I love this guy Not many people can say they played Billy Flynn and Broadway and also also have ten thousand yards rushing in the NFL but this guy does. That's Eddie George. He's next.

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