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"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

07:09 min | 9 months ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Welcome to the audible presented by trader. Joe's i'm stewart. Mandel joined by bruce feldman bruce. It's the first weekend of october coming up. And it's a heck of a slate of games in college football so many important games. I we i mean i was picking the ten games for our picks column in there were ones that and the other week would be a no brainer that i couldn't even fit in there Which most interested in listen in a lot of to be honest. I i you know the thing that i would preface by saying is some of the games that i'm most interested in about Have some actually surprisingly big spreads I'm curious. I think because arkansas has been a revelation the first month of the season that they're going on the road to georgia arkansas. Coming off what felt like a big game against am spreads. Eighteen and a half. That is a big number for anything involving top ten team. That's not playing alabama right. And so i to me that i'm curious about that I will touch on these more in depth. I mean to answer a question. I'm very curious to see how michigan's offense does against. What's with the number one. Run defense the country wisconsin's not been good at all on offense with the have been able to stop. The one thing. Michigan is really lived on. So i don't want to say if michigan wins this game on the road at wisconsin that checks the box and they're for real but i think it's a test an end to me obviously. Have the kiffin saved a match up with the one that i'm very interested in is cincinnati's coming off a bye week. Notre dame's coming plan wisconsin and blowing them out. Cincinnati is actually a one and a half point favorite on the road against notre dame was undefeated. Are you surprised by the spread. Even i'm surprised it's not higher Also i'm surprised that this game is not getting more of a top billing. I understand that. Georgia arkansas is also a top. Ten game in. Arkansas has a hot story right now. And that's where game day's going But we've been talking about this insane. Uranium all off-season as the game that if cincinnati win i if they bite beat indiana which they did and then cincinnati beats notre dame if they'd be both those teams on the road that low you wo. We've suddenly got a path for our first ever group of five team to make the playoffs and now that it's here you know before the season i would say that's that's gonna be an uphill task for the bearcats but i don't think people realize name is four no in they're in the top ten and you know they had a very what ended up being aloft. Sided win against wisconsin. A little bit. Deceiving the final score bruce notre dame is ranked a hundred and twenty eighth in the country in rushing one hundred twenty eight thousand one hundred thirty teams two point three yards per carry in one hundred twenty ninth in. They've allowed twenty sacks more than any team in the country besides akron and they're going up against cincinnati who is known for their defense. Sell me on why notre dame can win this game Because they played a lot more big games to be honest To the idea that cincinnati might just not might be my ob- by i think i think cincinnati's good i know they have a lot of athletes especially defensively desmond ritter. I think is the better quarterback in this game. I will tell you why. I'm picking cincinnati to win the game just like you are. But i can see why some hesitance because you know we're basically giving cincinnati allotted juice off last year and the fact that they beat in indiana team who by the way hasn't looked good this year. They got blown out iowa. They barely beat western kentucky and they actually outgained cincinnati in that game and were seemed to be handling it pretty good until their best defensive player. Gotta targeting call in that kind of change the game. So i i get why there is some hesitance on cincinnati. You know looking a little deeper into it. I think cincinnati is good. But i think they're like i wanna see how they do against. Are they going to light. Up the notre dame defense i mean. I'm not sure you know. Like i get why people like notre dame's offensive line has been uncharacteristically Underwhelming they're run game as you said and with the backs have back kyran. Williams's was borderline all american candidate. They have not got the run game going they. They got a bunch of points in either. The return game with chris tyree or on pick sixes latte last week You know i'm interested to see how this plays out now to me. A big factor here is cincinnati is coming off a bye week so they had a week to an added week to really prepare and get ready for this I dunno know i mean. Would you be surprised if notre dame won this game by double digits by double digits twenty. I'm not saying northern can't win They're still very good team playing in their in their home stadium. But yeah i guess if if they win by double digits than it tells me that the 'cause you're right in the indiana game indiana basically dominated the first half and then cincinnati took over in the second half so if nerd aim of winning big it tells me that that first half was more indicative of cincinnati twenty twenty one that it wasn't just them Brushing it off and and pulling away in the second half the way dame would win this game is probably much the way they. They be wisconsin. They were they would cause turnovers pick off desmond ridder a couple of times big big plays special teams because they're not gonna be able to. I don't think sustain long touchdown drives against with with with the With the lack of a running game it's gonna be hold. Cincinnati down chip away. Get a pick six at some point something like that. 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"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Bruce a week ago. We were still overreacting or were we to it. Alabama did down in the swamp With a little more reflection maybe hearing that some of the players in the game where we're not one hundred percent thousand. It's just something that nick sabin said today in relation to one of his star linebacker. What what is your take of alabama after four weeks really really really good. I mean remember. They lost you. Know trump picks offense and bless you on the ground running and then remarkable ways and in control But that's just how long to you know what i mean. They looked great in the first couple of weeks. Timing wasn't very feed out right now. I'm interested to see how they plan again. I mean you know the two touchdowns fred or so. And i feel like it's going to be a lot closer than that but at the same time that actually statements twenty three and against his former ages. And i just don't know what day will be eight and see like saving is so is that they find a way to these tiny games and i wouldn't a couple more moments with bruce feldman bruce just looking around the country We know alabama. We know georgia. We think we know were again But what else Is there another team right now or teams that you think maybe maybe not on the same level but at least in the same ballpark. I'm interested to see we see from. Cincinnati has a lot of speed on the quarterback indefinite by week. Coming off of her. Name's i wanna see. Elizabeth playoffs and i think he really good. I just yeah. I don't know. I think a bunch of nfl on that team all coast. I wanna see it. I mean this is a good good notre dame in. it's not a great notre dame. I wanna see how they respond. Like i said that a by weekday she be able to attack notre dame. Let's see if they can really do it because they're not going to get a window into this much more than they have right now is good as it gets with bruce feldman joining us from the athletic many many things russo. You'd be well. We'll be watching this weekend. We're heading to a break. More of your phone calls eight five five two four two seven two eight five and our conversation lane kiffin forty minutes away listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. Hey we're back linkin.

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

07:43 min | 9 months ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"A it's not a complete shaped head. you still have a little bit of. That's what i was saying. You look extremely thin. In that picture. I was two thousand and eight girl. The girl's attractive. Oh yeah she's she's an actress actually and she's married to one of my good friend and tell back then. Earth drinking kool-aid winning. No no. that's probably jacket. Maybe actually know that might be vodka. Red bull sounds about right coming up next for our friend. David singer works over at the. Nfl network pulled the clip from john. Your neighbor bruce. Feldman bruce feldmans the best college football guy the country and it's about one of the biggest problems that clay helton had while he was while he had his tenure at usc. That is coming up for you. Next mason ireland seventeen. Espn there is a conferred. Is that a word. Comfort ability kadota. We've really knows what you're talking about. with bergman being back on the show so welcome back to the show Burgi thanks buddy. We'll go with burgi of it. So there was a dave singer who works over the nfl work and we talked a lot about clay helton and his tenure usc. And you know he's he's gone now and hell fellow. Well met bruce feldman. Well i mean yeah hell fell away. He's moving on to new. That enemy died. That's what we see someone. Yeah hell fellow woman i. He's going to be married. You're sticking with this good. You'll probably be assistant in alabama at some point. Yeah next week. That's what happens to old. Usc coaches so bruce feldman from who's a great college football reporter was on the nfl media. Move the sticks podcast and listen to what he said. I have a story that i'm doing the for the athletic. That's gonna come out and a couple of days on kind of usc lost. Its way and i've to a lot of guys who coached there And one of the things that's come up was just clay hilton. Just really was not able to close and when he could not go head to head you know you can set up. If you're on a staff you can say hey. We're set up a home visit for the head coach and if he comes in there right after urban meyer came in there. That's not a fair fight. No it's not a fair fight. It's like you're you're going to a gun fight with with the plastic utensil. That just that really undermined that program. And so and i could rattle off a lot of names after we get off and say hey. This guy was a four star in this guy's a five star. And i know you guys both follow recruiting enough. Yeah i forgot about that. That's a real bad evaluation. But because they. Because they committed to usc they they became a four star guy. And so that's the. That's the conundrum with this job. Right and so i. It's not just joe brady. I just think there's gonna be a lot of nfl. Names that get thrown out that probably non-starters realistically so could not close the deal with too many big recruits now. The recruiting classes on the surface last year was terrible year. There's most recent year was a pretty good year. But if you're talking about a guy who cannot walk into a kids living room and close the deal with mom dad and the kid. He's definitely not the right guy for the job and clay a lot of things. But i would not call him. Charismatic would you i. Yeah charisma's not the word i would use. But here's the thing. I the point that bruce made is a completely legitimate. I remember i was speaking it like a rotary club. Once yep and at the time. Carl durrell was the coach at ucla and p carol was the coach use. Oh my god. What a mismatch data. And i made that point and there were people in the room. There were se kids and ucla kids in the room. And i made somebody said. Hey what do you think of the direction of usc and ucla said. Well the thing i keep thinking about is if i'm a great player and i'm in my living room and i want to and i went to ucla. But karl dorrell comes in and pictures me on ucla. And then pete carroll comes in and pitches me on usc. I said that's not a fair. Fight the point. That bruce did. I said that's those two guys are in different weight classes and everybody in the audience. Well that's not fair but it's reality. It's absolute rally. Clay hilton was going in following nick. Sabin the quarterback had clemson right now. The starter at clemson is from southern california. Double sweeney came out here and closed him and got him to leave and now. He's the starter replaced. Trevor ward's clemson so that's part of the job as the point that bruce made is a completely legitimate box. That needs to be checked when you do the next higher which brings me back to what we were talking about earlier in the week. They cannot go with somebody who's never been a head coach. They cannot hire. Eropean me for this job. They've got to get a guy who plays at the level of nick sabin and dabo swinney intervenes there yet. They've got to go out and get a name. They've got to go out and get somebody who can swim in that race. And clay helton. Couldn't well mario cristobal ideas a good idea but generally speaking john. I think it should be someone with nfl ties and not somebody who was the head coach before. Yeah i disagree. I the living room right if you're in a living room and you're the kid and your mom and dad are there. I want somebody. Especially if i'm a top recruit. I want somebody to tell me. Look a been in the nfl. I know how to get you to the nfl. I think that's a powerful way to approach recruiting. That's one thing. That pete pete carroll had that. Nfl tie right. Nick sabin scott and nick sabin. Scott jim harbaugh got it. Yes in. And i think that. If but mario cristobal doesn't but he's got so much power behind him with oregon that he's been really successful recruiter there. I think this is one of those jobs. I had this conversation before. There are very few jobs that are weiner. You're fired anymore. I mean right clinton when four and seven and they kept him. Yep then everyone happen at usc prior to this last run by the way do you think that would have happened. Had there not been such turmoil at usc. Don't you think they were at some point. Just viewing play hilton as a place holder. Like a guy that we have who solid. Who's not going to get some trouble while we wait to get through. The rest of our what remains to be seen is if carol full. The new president and mike bone the new athletic director. Get where they're working understand. The gravitas of usc football to this point all indications are. They don't get it that they stuck with klay after a four and seven season that you're just so unacceptable. Usc it's almost unfathomable but they did it. It's like if you were somebody if you were pete carroll and you had a four and seven season maybe maybe you say okay. He gets a one year pass. But you can't be clay helton do that and keep your job not for job that important i mean. Usc football moves economies in the city. That's how big of a deal that is their donors donate millions and that pays for a lot of other stuff. Usc you gotta you gotta get.

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:33 min | 10 months ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Your fans is the rich eisen show. We're hoping that the raiders defense shows up in a manner that is a little bit more style cassatt. I'm really anxious to watch how we play collectively again. One of the benchmark teams in the league of rape. The rich eisen show earlier on the show. Nfl network analyst. Daniel jeremiah basketball hall of famer chris. Webber coming up fox sports college football analyst bruce feldman and now you're rich eisen polaroid everybody. Our number. three of the rich eisen show is on the air. Eight four four zero. Four rich is the number to dial coming up later this hour. We recount one of the greatest sports stories ever that went down this weekend and got lost amongst the avalanche of football a weekend of a pennant race baseball and of course a basketball hall of fame ceremony that we discussed in full with one of the enshrined members of the current class at the basketball hall of fame in springfield massachusetts. Chris webber was on our number two he also said. Look for that Fat five reunion coming up. Hopefully i was. I was a little nervous about that. To be honest with you because Only juwan of the fab five. Was there for this anstey fisher. But he says there. Everything's good there in all five to get together or not. I'm going to be there to take a selfie. You definitely got the fight. The super six. Yes our number one daniel jeremiah. On talking about that crazy monday night. Finish two week number one crazy. Monday night finished a week number one that felt like i traveled to vegas had a weekend there. That's what it felt like watching that game last night ran Rams opened up their new stadium on sunday night. Felt like a los angeles night where it was A lot of the celebs were out. Sports fans knew beautiful. Stadium super bowls common last night. Mas vegas it was a total trainwreck of a great game. Well you know a great weekend in vegas is like was that the greatest worst week in my life of the worst great weekend of my life like that's usually the question we've been talking about this for two hours. All i wanna do is go to vegas now okay. It's like watching the masters you want to go play. Go play golf all want to go. Just destroy myself quite vegas course with me so it also took it's crazy. We weren't even done with the first nfl weekend. We're not even close to the third college football weekend and usc fired clay hilton yesterday. And a man who's been all over this story. His athletic article that was posted on twitter in relation. All this next football coach. Bruce feldmans candidates to watch including a pack twelve. Zero is on the athletic dot com. And also you can hit the link on his twitter. Feed at bruce feldman bruce feldman fox sports in the athletic back. Here in the richeisenshow. Harry bruce good morning rich. Good to talk football insane to you. Let's start with the obvious question. Why and why now. What got me on that without right. So look klay has been on the hot seat at usc really since about two thousand eighteen. That's a long time recruiting has suffered and they gave him every opportunity. I think they have the new app. Relatively new athletic director. Mike bohn had Really gave him More support more infrastructure and and. They thought they'd reshaped his snap but the reality is the problem is still the product on the field and they got blown out. They got embarrassed on saturday. Night at the coliseum by a stanford team got whooped the week before by k. state Yet fans into the exits. From what. I'm told mike bone. The ad was disheartened borderline disgusted by what he saw. As well and i think from sunday he realized it's not a matter of of if it's a matter of when and the timetable they look. That was what we have on the road this week against a bad washington state team and we have a pretty mediocre oregon state team coming back to the coliseum. And probably none of our fans are gonna come show up I think they felt like this move. They just realized the fans that already realized it was not going to be able to lead them to the playoffs. The team was just underachieving and they were not happy with the product. It's just that simple it to me from everything. i've heard. It has been a monday through friday kind of problem. They do not practice with the physicality of the intensity or have the organization to really develop players. Develop this team. The way other top programs do and i think it was. It was enough. They finally said we got just rip the band so They did and is this. Just also the the timing also have to do with the fact that the the contract that lynn swann bestowed on helton is an extension. A couple of years ago has finally reached a point where they're willing to eat it. What's riding on it. Is that a pretty much it somewhat manageable. Now in terms of what he said ten million dollar balloon that they're to have to pop as opposed to a couple of years ago when he was really on the hot seat They were looking at to get rid of him to get rid of the staff and to bring somebody else in somewhere. Close to fifty million dollars that they would have had to be on the hook for Now what's interesting is a couple of years ago. A lot of the fans were really clamoring for urban meyer. He was out of coaching at that. Point doing tv and the realities from i understand from people. I trust that the new president who had taken over at usc at the time was deal with all sorts of scam. I'm not summit. Athletic department wise. I'm talking about university. Y.'s. usc was engulfed in it. And the idea of hiring urban meyer who has baggage especially not that far removed from zac. Smith scandal where urban Got suspended for three games. I don't think he was even somebody they could considered She wanted anything to do with so that was an unwieldy search process for them. This is more manageable and it's gonna be interesting to see who they target and who is gonna wanna come up you know. Let's say come across the country giving away kind of where..

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Thompson, from London in the house, as you know, I spend a great deal of time at my English pub. Pickwick pub where I'm sure I'll be arguing about Afghanistan all day today. Stage dog is here. Nancy Cox, with the badge, nurse M 65 Russell Johnson. I don't care about thumbs down. Marie a motto. Who else we got here, cosmic rose is from Twitch, Leslie play fair. Let's see mister bungle there's my mom is here. I'm Melissa Feldman, Bruce Malacca, one Laura culture with the badge demon McCain with the bachelor hoarsely from Illinois. You're gonna love this, the reason we have Illinois, Illinois congressman from the 6th district Sean caston on today. He'll be on in a little bit. I missed anybody. There's my mom, Deborah Hennessy, Audrey, rager, Deb Thompson. Okay, there's John deaf saying hi to my mother. I see a freaking super chat there. I just can't find out who it's from. There it is just in case thank you very much. You just watched me around the balcony smart Milan does this feeling better. Thank you, Justin. She is feeling better. I'm very happy to report. She stopped taking her heart medication, I guess, and because her legs were hurt. And so that that's what caused her high blood pressure and that's what caused my niece, Jennifer to call the ambulance and took her into the ER. I spoke to my daughter last night. All my kids were very concerned about my mom because they all know how much how important she is to our family. And they wrote and said as such. But we are, we are very happy that my mom is doing fine. As far as me is still clogged, I'm using that stuff they gave me the earwax removal kit. And hopefully my hearing will come back to the left ear, which is right here. I know it looks like it's the right to you, but it's not. It's the left. Yeah, we're gonna get into Afghanistan. And you know what? You know, Joe Biden's gonna speak in about 30 minutes. And here's the thing, okay? As I tweeted out. A Republicans then. What the hell are we doing in Afghanistan? Why the hell we have troops in Afghanistan? Let's get our troops out of there. What the hell is wrong with us? Why are we still in Afghanistan? Joe Biden removes the troops. I can't believe Joe Biden went and moved the troops. What an idiot, oh my God, he must go..

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:41 min | 11 months ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Are patron taking us. In wherever you are westwood one the mightier ten ninety radio across the country. We are thrilled. That you joined us you too. Thanks for having us. And thanks for being a part of tj jefferson here along with me as crispy. Mike what's up you guys. Marshall faulk will call in this hour earlier. We had in rapid port. As well as bruce feldman bruce talking a lot about what's going on obviously in college football and across the planet with these crazy super mergers are potentially happening in changing college football everywhere in rap report from jets camp zach signing no sign of growth. Took a call breaking news. It could have been good. It was probably post meets but whatever but anyway he put us on whole he put us on. Hold right he said. Hold on a minute. I was gonna. I was a little nervous people. And then he did the swap and then he slapped back. I thought maybe he was doing a little like you know in a player comes up. I just doing me a little chitchat. But he put us on hold he put us on. Hold taking a lot of 'cause we're gonna get to all of your calls. I love how many calls we have today. It means that you're passionate about what we're talking about. We're talking a lot about simone biles. But we're all talking about aaron rodgers because he is back in green bay people. There's talk he's throwing the word love around. Aaron rodgers did some talking to. What's in the water and green bay today. Aaron got up there and talk for like twenty minutes. Basically an airing of grievances. It was festivus today in green bay and now davante adams is up there doing the same thing about ten minutes ago anderson silly on our good buddy tweeted out asked if devante adams would re sign at a discount to stay in green bay if aaron rodgers returns in twenty twenty two davante adams quote. No that's not going to happen. What other profession do you take. Less than you've earned. I've earned the right to be the highest paid wide receiver in the week. But didn't tom brady take less money to stay in new england a little bit to get other celebrity took but our reasoning behind that everyone else is not married to giselle right well. A good point makes it easier to take a little bit less when your your spouse paid performer. In her life makes three x. That you take you can take this guy. That's why addictiveness discount because the cost in costa rica's already paid for and the penthouse in new york and the mansion in la jeeter's house and. Can you imagine breakfast at that house. I.

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Our number one. We did talk some college ball. We had the head coach of Indiana on Tom Allen and we talked about the year they have who's just had a really nice here last year, got to a ball game. And had a couple of really good opportunities for some big wins and nonetheless had a big year they open up against Penn State. In fact, we continue the conversation right now about college football. I'm joined by a reporter for Fox Sports and FX. One also a national college football. When Sattar for the athletic he's a New York Times best selling author. He's got a new book out. It's called Flip the script With Ed Orgeron Flip. The script comes out on October 27th. It is available for pre order right now. My guest is Bruce Feldman. Bruce. Good to have you back. How are you? I'm doing Well, Jim. Thanks for having me. It's good to have you so Bruce normally when you and I are talking two days before Number three Georgia going up against number two Alabama we'd be all about that match up, which I'll get to in a minute. But obviously there is bigger news. What was your reaction Bruce to the news that Nick Saban tested positive for covet. You know, it's a little surreal Jim. He's certainly not the first college football coach who has tested positive, but he's the biggest coach on the biggest name in college football. It's also When word got out. It wasn't just him. It was also the Alabama A Greg Byrnes had also tested positive now. Save in. I was on a call with him, probably an hour after that, and he had explained he has No symptoms at this point, and it's just You know, He's one of those guys where whatever you've seen him, he's been very proactive in terms of the messaging. He's seemingly always had a mask on where you know you could sing plenty of highlights and coaches during games where they haven't or it looks like it's Go down around their neck or or whatever. They're wearing it like a satchel or something. He has not been that way. So you know, we talked to him after yesterday. One of the things that I think he is very mindful of is just Hey, you know what it's of the viruses is basically all around us, and it's something where you have to be extra careful and I think. Fortunately for Alabama, they're one of the few programs right now, who is testing daily? So they caught this. Some other programs are testing three times a week. Some other programs really testing one day a week. And so what has happened Quite a bit has been. This virus has spread pretty quickly through some of these programs because either they go on a road trip and they're in a cramped visitor's locker rooms or they're out of team Neil or what, Not, it's just That's been one of the challenge with so Fortunately for Alabama, it appears they were able T catch it very quickly and soon, a statement found out He got the positive test. He went home, and he actually Tried to coach the practices best he could from all right, Bruce film and joining us. He did do that, Bruce. Now he does make the point that he's not playing in that game. But the same time we know he's an enormous presence. So what do you think It's gonna be like Alabama playing a huge game Saturday night without Nick Saban on the sideline? How much do you think that will impact the game? I think it's definitely gonna have some impact. Just in terms of you're talking about the players were so used to this guy who is such a dominating presence in everything that goes on with Alabama football, and it's really not just the players big staff they've had where he's involved. In in every decision. Now, you know, you can take a look less smile. The coach of Kansas, another national title winning coach. He also has tested positive for code that maybe he will be back on the sidelines this week or not when they play. West Virginia Les Miles is not his hands on the way running a football program, especially in game the way Nick Saban is one of the only coaches I can think of who may be every bit is connected to it in a lot of facets of the game is TC is Gary Patterson. So Look what I was told by people close to save Anna did he has the utmost confidence in Stark easy and Stark Union has a has a leadership presence to him. I think he has Has obviously a bunch of experience from his time in Washington, some at USC and in some big games, but he certainly not Nick Saban, and so That's a significant deal, and we'll see how it plays out because of the rules he has not permitted. If you're not in the building if you're not in the stadium, if you're not in the coach's press box, you cannot you cannot really out communication. You know from the time Basically, the game is going to start. So it's going to be a big adjustment, not just for the players, but for everybody on that Alabama sideline We're talking about that match up on Saturday night, Bruce Feldman is joining us and the matchup. Bruce is really interesting on a number of different levels, but especially when you consider that two starting quarterbacks you've got Georgia's Stetson Bennet, You've got Alabama's Mack Jones right now you've got a great piece up on the athletic. About Shannon Dawson and his connection to both players for those who do not know who is Dawson. And how is he connected to them? Dawsons. Actually, the offensive coordinator at University of Houston but was fascinating is He was the first one to really buy in, at least in college coaching, either guy hey, was the one who Mack Jones had committed to as a junior at when Dawson was the offense coordinator at Kentucky. You know, Dawson had first seen him when he was in eighth grade. The kid came up to a camp at West Virginians reform. That's where Dawson worked at the time. And then after that, Kentucky he goes to Southern Miss. And he sees this 5 10 quarterback. We get somebody a friend send them film of And he just thinks man. This guy is special. He's got some Baker Mayfield and unloved but how we threw the ball of how accurate he was. When the kid came to visit. He saw how biggest hands or he measured and he's like that's something I've I really think is important for quarterbacks, but his head coach would not offer him so he was like I had to try to get him to walk on. This kid grew up going to Georgia game, so when they give him a chance to walk on I was like as much as I tried to tell him abandon his dad. Hey, You know what? There are always gonna have a five star kid. You're not gonna play. There he goes, And I think you're a good player is going to be sad. Well, you know, eventually this kid with one point the fourth string quarterback But for a variety of things that have happened, he got a chance to play and he has excelled at it. So you have these two quarterbacks. Neither guys remember obviously Mack Jones when he signed with Alabama, the other quarterback who signed that year was to us. So it wasn't like everybody was expected Mack Jones to be this Guy going to take over the program, and then they take Bryce Young from out here. Another five star kids from modern day make a lot of people thought he was going to be the guy so credits a Mack Jones that it credit That's invented. For believing in their ability. Not in just staying true in a lot of people thought it was gonna happen. Bruce Feldman joining us Alright then Bruce, who do you like on Saturday? And why? You know, before the saving news I picked Alabama. I think Georgia's defense has looked really good. They're talented. I think that's invented has played really well. He's got some playmakers savvy in him. But having said all that the games in Tuscaloosa to me, Alabama has The best receiving corps in college football. They also have Naji Harris. Who's that? Who's a tremendous running back? I think Alabama is much better in the skill position right now, then Georgia is I know their defence looked really shaky and Lane Kiffin's old Miss offense really gave them fits. But I just think that it's a big game even without Nick Saban..

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"But if there's something that's a little bit too hot, a little bit too spicy for this show, I might allow it on the podcast. We get a little blue on the podcast. They're still lines. It doesn't mean it's a free for all you can do whatever the hell you want, because you still can't. However, if you want to get aggressive with it, go to my voicemail and I might use it on our podcast. Here's the phone number. With this down. 94938504479493850447 Alright in the meantime, is I'm efforting. Bruce Feldman. Check out this guy, man. You want to throw it back a little bit. You want to go old school with it? This guy here is old school jungle. We go way back. 1992 Olympian If I give that up? Are you talking to your guest, Adam? I want to eat my caller with respect. I don't have to cut him off. All right. So here's what you do, Adam, Pick up my anonymous Olympian. Let him know that I've got a guest right here. But I'm eager to get caught up with him. All right, as promised. We're joined by reporter for Fox Sports and Fox Boards, won a national college football insider for the athletic. He is a New York Times best selling author. His most recent book is the Q B, We are joined by Bruce Feldman. Bruce Always good to have you on How are you? I'm doing Well, Jim. Always good to talk to you. Great Abbey. Now, Bruce, Before I get into your annual freaks list, I want to get your senses how people around the world of college football reacted when they saw the story Bruce involving all the positive tests with the Miami Marlins. You know it got a lot of people's attention. Now, some of the aides and the power fire we spoke to said You know what? We expected some of this, but I think the idea that Look, this is a sport in baseball, where there's Maur, social distancing in terms of it. It's not like football. You have much smaller rosters and as a football coach, put it to me when he saw this story was like, Well, you know what? They're professionals were not so the optics aren't great. But, uh, hopefully that major league baseball HQ and keep having a season and then I think right now, college football is Trying at best they can to make a run at having a season as well. But obviously this is one of the things that is on the radar to see how is other sports going to make it work? It's not Annapolis apples comparison, but it's definitely something that got people's attention in there. Monitoring it. Brews Feldman's joining us. I mean, not only are they trying to make the season work still yet call it football, but even summer trying to make it work on time. As you've written. For instance, In the case of Oklahoma and Kansas, they have decided to open up their season against Missouri State and Southern Illinois on August 29th. What was the thinking behind those moves and is that still makes sense at this point? I think it gives them some added flexibility in terms of what could happen, you know, stretching out of season. It's one more week, so I think that's the thinking behind it. Now. Look, I've talked to some AIDS. And some some coaches who are looking at it going. You know what we feel like We have a little bit of understanding a better understanding Now of how This virus. Is how we can manage it a little better our players now after being around the program, of course for months. They probably take it more seriously now because they've seen some of the you know how it can spread not necessarily in the program. But certainly you know, a bunch of guys got together and played Madden or somebody went over to a pool party. And then all of a sudden that's how the cases piled up. So when you talk to people in a lot of college football, they're big concerns are what happens when the rest of the student body comes back and campuses get filled up, and those those students probably aren't going to take it seriously. As as maybe the people now around college football are. Will there be a surgeon that point starting in late August? I think that's something that is concerning, and also that You know, I've heard of Bunches. It's also yes older staff and some some coaches who could be at risk, too. And so I think there's a lot of stuff right now that they're trying to sort out. Talk Bruce Feldman, Bruce how point about the students and when they return? It was not that long ago that some of the sport was saying that if the students are not on campus, that athlete should not be either and there should not be sports. In other words. If it's not safe for the students, then it's not safe for the student athletes is that it is you're pointing out there people talking about this still yet. Is that? Still, the case has not been modified a bit that take I think it's been modified Some look, you can be cynical, You know, too cynical to say, look, sounds like they're moving the goal post. But I think there's also an element. I don't think this is insignificant. There's a lot of people in college or leadership who are going to make the argument. They look, they're probably more safer. In our structure that we have in our college programs, and they may be at home in terms of of Ah. You know, there's a lot of elements that it's not so cut and dry, and I think one thing you will hear a lot. Probably Mohr is going to be a bunch of places and say, Hey, you know what? It's probably better for you to take classes online, not be around as much of the student body. It's not so the closest thing they could probably get to creating their own bubble in college athletics Now, I don't think every program You can have all their college football players take online classes, but I think you will probably see that encouraged by a lot more people inside the program for that, because I think they're really worried about the risk of being around other students. And it's you know, it's one of these things where I think again. The optics of this are not great as you laid it out, and I think right now it's just Between the financial impact, and I think there's also a mental health components that if you talk to people inside college athletics that I think is a really thing about not having the structure that comes with it. It's not just Hey, it's all about the money. No doubt. That is a big part of this, but I think there's a lot of stuff that people are trying to sort out. In addition to a lot of the players they do wanna play and so How do you How do you Kind of balance this with a very riel problem. Azad pandemic that they're you know, they've never dealt with before Anything like it. Quite honestly. Bruce film is joining us. The Freaks list is out on the athletic sight. I will get that momentarily. Bruce. What about this notion that I mean programs obviously are taking steps to minimize contact between players. During workouts, but the fact is football is a contact sport. At some point, you're going to have to start making contact with your team mates in practice and opponents during games..

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"My name is Jim Rome and its big third hour because I'm efforting Bruce Feldman. Excellent, excellent reporter for Fox Sports in Fox Sports. One And I'm in talks with college football with him momentarily coming up later on in the our last segment. Luke Walton, the head basketball coach of the Sacramento Kings, next segment is wide open. Trying to use that segment. Talk about Dana White's new superstar. If you saw fight Island over the weekend, you already know who I'm talking about. In the meantime, that phone number is 18006368686 And of all over the map today, right? We talked about Major League baseball. The commissioner's saying that it's not a nightmare scenario. Things will be just fine. We're okay. I don't yes and nightmare. Yes. Half the clubhouse got wiped out because of the coveted virus, but that's okay. Then come to find out. There's even Maurin Vaal Ved, because now the nationals have voted that they're not going to go to Miami. That definitely to me is a nightmare if that's not nightmare than what is explained it to me. We hit on that. Jeff in Southfield called Did something really regrettable. I already forgot that that happened. We had John Graham, the number one ranked golfer in the world on our number one, so we'll get it done. And one more thing that we have another vah telephone number. This is my voicemail number. If you're not sure whether you're good enough for this program, maybe or not, Maybe you need reps. Consider it like a boot camp. Or if you want to get off color with it. There's a good example. Jeff. Not that there's any place for that phone call that you made. But if there's something that's a little bit too hot, a little bit too spicy for this show, I might allow it on the podcast. We get a little blue on the podcast. They're still lines. It doesn't mean it's a free for all and you can do whatever the hell you want, because you still can't However, if you want to get aggressive with it Go to my voicemail and I might use it on our podcast. Here's the phone number. Put this down 94938504479493850447 All right. In the meantime, is I'm efforting. Bruce Feldman. Check out this guy, man. You want to throw it back a little bit. You want to go old school with it? This guy here is old school jungle. We go way back. 1992 Olympian Before I give that up. Are you talking to your guest, Adam? I want Treat my caller with respect. I don't have to cut him off. All right. So here's what you do, Adam. Pick up my anonymous Olympian. Let him know that I've got a guest right here, but I'm eager to get caught up with him. All right, as promised. We're joined by reporter for Fox Sports and Fox Boards, won a national college football insider for the athletic. He is a New York Times best selling author. His most recent book is the Q B, We are joined by Bruce Feldman. Bruce Always good to have you on How are you? I'm doing Well, Jim. Always good to talk to you. Great Jabba. Now, Bruce, Before I get into your annual freaks list, I want to get your senses to help people around the world of college football reacted when they saw the story Bruce involving all the positive tests with the Miami Marlins. You know it got a lot of people's attention. Now, some of the aides and the power fire we spoke to said, You know what? We expected some of this But I think the idea that Look, this is a sport in baseball, where there's Maur, social distancing in terms of its not like football. You have much smaller rosters and as a football coach, put it to me when he saw this story was like, Well, you know what? They're professionals were not so the optics aren't great. But hopefully that Major League baseball HQ and keep having a season and then I think right now, college football is Crying at best they can to make a run at having a season as well. But obviously this is one of the things that is on their radar to see how is our their sports going to make it work? It's not Annapolis apples comparison, but it's definitely something that got people's attention in there. Monitoring bruise. Feldman's joining us. I mean, not only are they trying to make the season work still yet call it football, but even summer trying to make it work on time. As you've written. For instance, In the case of Oklahoma and Kansas, they have decided to open up their season against Missouri State and Southern Illinois on August 29th. What was the thinking behind those moves? And does that still makes sense at this point? I think it gives them some added flexibility in terms of what could happen Ah, stretching out of season. It's one more week, so I think that's the thinking behind it. Now. Look, I've talked to some AIDS. And some some coaches who are looking at it going. You know what we feel like We have a little bit understanding a better understanding Now of how This virus. Is how we can manage it a little better our players now after being around the program, of course for a month. They probably take it more seriously now because they've seen some of the you know how it can spread not necessarily in the program. But certainly you know, a bunch of guys got together and played Madden or somebody went over to a pool party. And then all of a sudden that's how the cases piled up. So when you talk to people in a lot of college football, they're big concerns are what happens when the rest of the student body comes back and campuses get filled up, and those those students probably aren't going to take it seriously. As as maybe the people now around college football are. Will there be a surgeon that point starting in late August?.

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Now by reporter for Fox Sports and FS one he is a writer for the athletic as well a New York times bestselling author his most recent book is the Q. B. I'm talking about Bruce Feldman Bruce it is so good to have you on in fact Bruce it's been a minute or two since we've caught up so how are you and everybody around you right now I'm doing well thanks Jim you know just try to be optimistic as as everything that's going on around us so you know we got you know it's been obviously for a while you for everybody it's been just crazy last three months but I appreciate you asking you got a bridge could have you back now listen you wrote a piece last month we spoke to Reggie bush about the NC double a punishment and his emotions surrounding that before we get into the conversation itself what was your reaction when you S. C. announced that the ten years of disassociation was over you know I wouldn't surprise because it'd been trending that direction for a little while and I think there's been some things that have gone on behind the scenes with really the new leadership at USC and that's helpful but the president Mike phony it's a new AT and his his team around them so I know there's been some zoom called I know that that Matt Winer who is obviously Reggie's quarterback when when they were winning so many games checked and that really helps kind of bridge deaths and I think it's something that I think you know certainly Reggie had wanted back when that store your reference in the offer the athletic we had talked about I said I thought we talk with Reggie I don't know half a dozen times over the course of the week you know getting into that story wasn't just about and I L. that's where it started out to be but then it went into the NCAA and as well as his feelings on a lot of subjects especially what went on what went on at USC so I think you know there was there was some movement from that point on from about a month ago and I just think that a lot of people around you are seen inside U. S. you looked into it Hey it's way past time we need to do this and I think given the climate of everything going on around college athletics I think it just made a lot of sense this film is my guest so bridge we spoke to him how would you describe his thoughts and his emotions for instance how much of a toll has this taken on him a lot more than I think probably most people realize you know obviously he was a like a phenomenon when he was in college football and they were winning it no I received huge media market here in southern California and then he goes to the saints and I think there were times where he was injured there were times where I think he was struggling I think use I think a lot of that way you don yeah you know from talking to him after that story there was it wasn't there was a rock roller coaster ride for him because one thing that read your told me wires when Europe you know because I've asked about kind of when you blow up as a as a player and all the sudden now you go to stadiums you see people wearing your Jersey on you because when you realize you're kind of a commodity and he said that the hardest thing is when you realize that people close to you sometimes are the ones you have to watch out for the most and that's the top lesson to learn he said because no complaints people or cultures can tell you Hey you know what your watch out for boosters you gotta watch out for four agents or what not but I want the people who you think you can trust and that goes out in the wrong direction it really can be unsettling and I think that was really really hard on him and in some of the some of the gaps in detail the things we talked about you know leave up to him if he wants to repeal out at a later point but I think it was definitely it was it was eye opening for me to hear some of that from him and some of the details of it just because it's not something that I think most people had assumed because you're like Hey you're looking at this guy he's married with three kids and he's he's on TV and he added you know ten year career and he young won a Super Bowl and and I know that was great form you know help the rebuilding in the ceiling around Katrina for plaque nearing around the Worland but there was a lot of other stuff that went to it and you know I think some of this is tied into it you know when you have a a value system a little bit that is the way it's set up and he talked about when you first notice telling me how he really came to love football on part of the reason techniques wind it was he wanted his biological father to see him and wanted him to come around for it just like that with some of the things that you saw the little yet to use football to do that is when you start hearing that you get there okay you know I could see how your your your trust issues anything some of your value system can get skewed when when that's how you see and and also you're kind of watching are you come up through the system and how you can feel like a commodity and how how you can kind of look at the world through that lands it's zero point brutality too many people on the outside look at him and think like that you have no idea but of course we have no idea what these guys are going to really don't know these guys that well but then we have a conversation like that you get a better understanding and then you look at an error right now Bruce where everything is very different like you could look at what happened the choice that he made back then and they look and feel much different now because everything has changed for instance if they're a bit open market for his name his image and likeness at that time when you consider the success the U. S. he was having the fact he was plying in Los Angeles the fact that the style of play that was just electric what kind of money could he have been looking at in terms of compensation back then yeah yeah that's the one thing that was really fascinating to work on in that story I talked to the CEO of navigate which is a sports business strategy firm though the experts kind in this field and I said okay can you project what Reggie bush would've made it and as you said huge media market style of play there on top of the world you know in in sports they would just a bigger deal than what you're seeing even now is greater quarterbacks is like a Joe burrow was last year Trevor Lawrence or it's a different level reach and range that he could commanded they estimated this is bothered there are there are vast new.

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

10:24 min | 3 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Fired up to do this always welcome back I'm Jim Rome let's talk some college football we're joined right now for or by a reporter for foxsports and FS one he's the author all the QB the making of modern quarterbacks you've got ten drink Utah eight U. S. C. Friday night nine PM eastern on F. S. one I want to get into that in all the big action coming up this weekend we are joined by Bruce Feldman Bruce so good to have you back how are you. you too great to have you back so huge weekend of college football starting with you taught U. S. C. Friday night in Los Angeles Bruce a lot of different story lines on that game USC already lost or starting quarterback for the season the coming off a loss to be what you want Saturday so where are the Trojans right now is a team. it's going to be a great question find out I mean there was so much enthusiasm about how true freshman Keaton slogans played when they let up Stamford two weeks ago I think what we saw with a couple of things from that one we had our true at Stanford week one against northwestern there really banged up this is not the Stanford team I think most of us are at I've come to know them in the last decade I think they're gonna be lucky to get bowl eligible me that same stamper gene that USC what they got blown out by use yeah so take that one that performance just some dude with a grain of salt and then would be why you did some things differently coverage wise slow this really struggle with the decision maker so how much the new OC Graham Harrell get him settled down because now they're gonna play a much tougher defense more athletic deterrence in Utah and I think right now this USC team the the whole program just need some good things to happen because there has been so much pressure and so many of the buzzard swirling around this program about clay Helton future and everything there I mean they definitely have been found to have a bunch of big time receivers and some good young players on defense but they're eating you wonder about the leadership not solely in the locker room who steps forward in this and I think we're gonna find out a lot because this is a really physical top teams that Utah's bring in a new year they have a one in southern California against USC and over a hundred years so there's that hanging over so this is a really interesting match up to see what we get from both you taught taught ten their tenth ranked there at USC Friday night you mentioned clay Helton was from them I guess to get U. S. C. A. D. Lynn Swann resigned earlier this month which increased speculation about the future clay Helton Bruce would you say the clay Helton is coaching for his job at this moment. absolutely I mean look you could you could say he's been coaching for his job since the start of this season I think that's true but I think right now there is almost no margin for error a laugh because of just the pressure of their on I think there's a lot of power brokers the around USC who have never been all the way in on what helped me in the head coach I think they're people who genuinely like and respect him as a man and I think all that can be true I just think there's a lot of people here who are thinking I'm just not sure this is the right guy for this program to lead them forward and Lynn Swann and you know I know this map the silence Wallace was forced out it was not a good run as AG we had no experience in that role and it showed and so now the new president at USC is gonna make some big changes and I would imagine no any aid the she's gonna end up hiring they're gonna hire they're going to know that they're probably going to have to make it a coaching change barring a an amazing ride that U. S. you would go on I think it's gonna be hard for for quite help to convince whatever doubters who were in the decision making role and have influence there. their minds about and I think. this is about as big a must win as you could get because if you look at it this way it is the this is the the best team they're going to play and their division which is not a great division in in college football in the pac twelve south they don't win this game it's gonna be hard to get through to win the pac twelve south title because it will go through Utah and I mean that just put even more pressure on clay Helton to to get this done we're talking to Bruce Feldman I suppose part the significance of this game is the fact that the pre game show is going to be live from the LA Coliseum and your colleague Reggie bush is one of the analysts it's gonna marked the first time he's gone back to the Coliseum since the NC double a ruled the U. S. C. had a permanently disassociate from him what do you think that's going to be like when Reggie goes back to the Coliseum. yeah I think it's gonna be really emotional for a lot of people I mean for a lot of folks the crew is they're band Matt Leinart certainly was a great quarterback their battle be there he won the Heisman there no Carson Palmer before him also on high there's been a lot of great players who played under Pete Carroll Reggie bush was a iconic use the US the legend and I think for the first time coming back I think it's gonna be it's gonna be really interesting to see how much the the fan base response to it because I can tell you there's just from working rule would write you the last couple of months I work with a bunch of former NFL players and former college stars I've never been around another former player who unless it's the kind of wow and all from current players the way Reggie bush. go to big twelve media days the right players and they they look at him on a different level than they look at anybody else and a lot of the kids like four and five years old and Reggie played at USC so I think they're infamous speak to him because of the way he played he was such a he was as close to the human highlight guys you're gonna get football I know that's a basketball term but there was a wow factor with them and so I think for a lot of fans especially USC fans you feel like you know it's been kind underwhelming save for the Sam Donald moments you know of the last five six seven years Reggie bush represents an excitement that was different and I think you're gonna see a lot of that reflected when people actually get the CM because quite honestly a lot of the U. S. C. found that a lot of the U. S. C. people either are in around the program feel like the NCA went way above and beyond what it should have done and how they punish U. S. C. and so I think that some of them too many Reggie bush you know it represents something in that white two of of how the NCAA kind of screwball still no my guess so U. S. U. topic night obviously a really missing match up from a number different standpoints Bruce before let's go maybe another topic or two that Friday night games followed by a couple of really big games on Saturday starting with Michigan at Wisconsin how big is this game for Jim Harbaugh in Michigan. it's a huge one if you look at what Michigan schedule set up it gets rough from here now they have their hands full with with a pretty good army team a couple of weeks ago they had a bye week the offenses has been a little shaky they have not they've been sloppy with the ball I think they need to see Shea Patterson is the quarterback who's got a bunch of experience yeah he's been banged up a little bit he did not look very sharp you did not take care of the ball well they're going to go on the road to play a Wisconsin team that has been dominated hasn't given up a point yet but they haven't played and by so I I you know look I'd Michigan wins this game I think we'll start to see Michigan gets the momentum they they're going to get they're all conference left tackle John Runyan back that's a big plus for them that sure sure and shore things up but right now I think if you're a Michigan and you're going Hey I'm optimistic but I need to see more from them than I've seen so far and maybe the bye week will help settle them down because this is this is going to be a jazz place for them to play against against Wisconsin gene that is just looked dominant so far against limited competition I would agree reciting Michigan is not shown very much in Wisconsin so far as the great they both had two weeks to get ready for this one is a big one Bruce Oklahoma is coming off that forty eight fourteen be down over UCLA in the Rose Bowl if we go back Bruce when making Riley took over for Bob stoops in Oklahoma everybody who knew Riley respected him a great deal as an assistant but is there any way that anybody could have expected the level of success these had so far no I I think that was a great higher by Bob stoops and you look I did a big story this week on the athletic about the running game everybody was skeptical of Lincoln Riley coming from east Carolina be officer coordinator they're gonna be this pass happy offense to that's what Mike leach does and it seems so counter to what is Oklahoma's DNA well the secret weapon and there is is wanna Riley justice. and still be in both the old line coach is a coop coordinator and they have such a physical running game with so many adjustments off it you couple that run game with a great collection receivers that Lincoln rallies able to get and obviously all these one transfer quarterback after another now there's Jaylen hurts who's not white is fast but its fast but not quite as fast as Kyler Murray but he's a two hundred twenty pounds physical punishing runner breaks tackle it's a lethal combination especially the way Lincoln Riley calls that you know to balance out this running game I mean it's it's been pretty remarkable to see this is the team that had replaced FOR offense of linemen from last year in addition to the Heisman Trophy winner and they looked every bit as dangerous as they did last year and now I think the key to this going forward is Riley hires Alex Grange because I'm in and be the defensive coordinator and hopefully change the mindset and get them to play really tough defense not been lacking at in in Norman Oklahoma for awhile it was so quick that I love you thoughts and chip Kelly he went three nine it is.

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

10:18 min | 3 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And i'm talking left or right just guys you can play with and you can win. There is there is none. There's not enough talented left tackles coming in the n._f._l. Fell so you get one like you said. It's a known commodity. That's number three the last one and this is part of the discussion. I think book is we talk about having a head coach and general no manager. The head coach is always right now tomorrow today he <hes> what's going to help us win a general manager long-term that's why it used to be general managers could hire a couple of coaches because they always had to look after the long term of the organization. We're a head coach is trying to just make sure he survives another year so this was a right now decision not saying it's right right or wrong. I'm just saying head coaches. Look at it and say we gotta play next week. I need some help and that's why you see a decision like this. Being made is funny. I i love all these points like because all these points i think are apply several situations but in houston it is all about the quarterback you have a legitimate quarterback you found him in a draft identified them now is bid around you brought up the example with gerry goffin what the ramsey jared goff in terms of surrounding him before his mom and he's played like a king since their point <hes> <hes> the championship window being open right now as much as we like to speculate a man. This team is going to be good to go for the next two three four years. We never know on a year you to your basis. Due to the chemistry continuity of the team changes if the window is open you gotta some you got to bust through the window right now. This is your chance in terms of the pipeline there you're right. There isn't a pipeline at college there. There isn't a single college. Debt is pumping out offensive tackles office of lyman at a rate where we're saying. Hey these guys can absolutely get you just go to university. You can get it. We talked about stanford and all the office of lima date have come out of stanford last year's. Those guys hasn't really panned out at materialize realized so if stanford is at the upper end. Maybe one of the elite programs them in iowa and maybe wisconsin hordes noted at notre dame has been the best been the school is hard to find him in so if i can't find him then what i gotta do is i got overpay because someone else in the pros has developed develop my guy now. I'm gonna take it from me. So that's what you do and then the head coach versus gentlemen. A debate is one that always goes on and and meeting rooms around the league. The head coach is short term. He is singularly focused on. What can i do to help us win week. One week two week sixteen the general manager is supposed to be the one that acts as the checks imbalances to the head coach a coach on. We still got to set this up for sustained run but the way going now d._j. The way the volatility in the league is you. You can't even really think about a long-term plan. You gotta find a way to get your team into the playoffs and win some games and hopefully that playoff run will buy some time to then rebuild field on the fly. There's no long term plans to as a project metairie down and don't build it back up. Even though the dos are trying to do that owners want to see if if you can win dan repair while you winning not reveal why you winning and last thing and then we'll move on and talk talk to <hes> to our buddy bruce feldman but i know they do not have a first round pick the next two years but now is the time and as i'm guessing it's necessary. I think that's that's what most people in the league expect to happen that wants the year's over that nixon syria will make that leap from new england in general manager there for bill o'brien and houston texans but if it's it's not next somebody else you better get the right g._m. Because next year while you have no one i believe they have a second round. Pick and with picks even peter king might have said this they have they have three third round picks next year and i believe two fourth round picks so while you don't have a one three threes fours you've gotta to you better. Make sure you're scouting. Accounting department is led by the right guy and you can go out and find those key players and because now the the margin of error is not there. I mean you've got you've cutty hit on those picks. You can't afford to miss on them so that to me is is <hes> underscores the importance than hiring the guy the we can talk about this we saw the seahawks hawks kinda take a loaf of bread and feed the masses they slice and have many picks slice it off and they were able able to get <hes> a plethora picks that allow them to fortify their roster. We will see the next day comes to houston. He has to be one of those guys. That can be a miracle worker worker. He has to be able to take the hammer the picks they have trade parlay those into multiple picks and then parlay those picks and two players and so is a waltari tiered process but they got expanded picks to have and then they got to bring in the right place to feel the knees on that team and also going to have an opportunity to be active in free agency. I i would believe too when you're not gonna have a first round. Pick the next couple of years. You'd probably get a big ticket. Item there in free agency so it'll be answered the follow this texas team and see what they end up doing going forward. We're all right buck. Let's switch gears here. Talk a little college football. I had a chance a little bit earlier today to catch up with our buddy bruce. Feldman bruce says if you don't bruce works for the athletic is one of the best writers for college football and has been for a very long time working for various outlets and does a wonderful job on fox as a sideline reporter order for one of their top college football teams. Nobody knows these college kids better then bruce feldman. He's been a great resource for us over the years and had a chance to visit with him about about some of the goings on from week one of the college football season abors appreciate you joining us man. I understand. We're at a baseball game right now so we hear a little noise in the background. You're not actually participating in this game. They'll right. We're watching. We're watching youngsters out there. We are watching. It's my five year old steine. It's the beginning of all baseball practice which yeah i know about. What kind of swing what kind of are we working with. <hes> not bad. He's a little <hes> but he's really into red so he's favorite player as to which she's profile. That's good. That's good copyright. There and scouting got to have a good copy already got it. I love it. He's already payment. I want to jump into some of these. Some of these college football topics here for first thing. I want to ask you about because i thought watching football all weekend and get a chance to to watch a lot of tape of these games. The thing that kinda just stood out to me. I thought the star of the weekend was really lincoln riley highly. I mean what this guy's been able to do year. After year. After year we know about the transfers to first round picks to first overall picks and here comes jalen hurts and <hes> bruce to me. Look look more comfortable more confident as a passer. The scheme seems to fit him and i just keep coming back to lincoln riley and and i don't know that we've seen anything like what he's been able to do. In terms of of really getting the best out of this position yeah user friendly to the extreme and i think what's really interesting to here's your three buried distinct personality. All maker runs pretty well. Obviously kyla runs really well. In jalen hurts bigger dude who runs well with the personalities are really really really different. I think to make them all fit is impressive how he gets guys comfortable and remember. The first guys were transfers and they sat out a year. <hes> ah jalen just got there in the spring hit the ground running also new offense of line. I think i've said this a couple of four. I think the best kept secret in in major college. Football is attached to lincoln riley and that's bill meanwhile the offense a line coach they only had one guy back and what what he does not just develop and his guys but also in the way they scheme scheme up some stuff in the run game. That's a lot of beedon law and riley working together and i i just don't think <hes> he probably gets enough credit for what he does but but lincoln's lincoln's ability to attack defenses and get people off balance with things it just like he always has a lot of interesting little wrinkles and i think that's what that makes jason berry different from the other guys but leach does what leads does and he does a really adds stuff because he doesn't want to take anything away from the system lincoln field because always adding stuff and he makes it where it's pretty seamless and how able to get these guys to grasp but this is really early. I know it's just one week into the season but it just kind of begs the question you know three years from now five years from now is lincoln riley still is he still in norman at that time in your opinion or do you think this is eventually going to get to the point where he wants to scratch an niche and then go try. It tried out the next level eventually. I think we'll get to that point. I don't think he's there now for a couple of reasons one. He has a really young family family that they've gotten settled in there too. I think he knows he's got a great situation. He's got the best in college football. He works for joe castiglione. I think he sees an opportunity to really make an imprint in college football what he can do there and i think he knows that the n._f._l. Is going to be there. <hes> you know five years yes from now. I think what if you're him you're pretty close to to ask a real shot to win some rings and i'm talking to national titles not no big ten title the big twelve titles and the addition alex grinch as a defensive coordinator now. This is his staff. I don't wanna say that you know. He didn't feel any sense of ownership. When when mike stoops bob's brother was running off run on the defense but i do feel like there is h window here and again you know he he recruited at quarterback. Who's a freshman from arizona spencer rattler who is a really good fit. I mean it feels like almost everybody. If you have talent is a good fit for what lincoln's gonna do 'cause is he gonna fit it to you but i think i think he's gonna be there for the run of at least wherever happens in the next four or five years with these recruits and then i would see i would not be are you surprised if he jumped but i would i would. I would be surprised if he jumped within the next year or so. Well might have to wait for them the n._f._l. Might have to wait for him. I should say but i know one thing. I guarantee you that these these oklahoma games aren't just being watched around college football guarantee. There's n._f._l. Teams in n._f._l. Off of coordinators studying what lincoln's do him because he seems to got a couple of good <hes> wrinkles each and every time you see this oklahoma team play a couple of other quarterbacks want to hit on before we get over some other guys from from these four what stood it out to you.

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

16:07 min | 3 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on KGO 810

"Your host Jimmy Chica. Follow me on Twitter at J church radio. He could follow Bruce at hybrid humans. Right there on Twitter. I believe I got that. Right. Bruce Fenton is an author of the revolutionary human origins e book series. The forgotten exodus was born Cheltenham's England and graduated from Anglia Ruskin university in two thousand two Bruce a world traveler and public speaker, and is current member of both paleo threat, the Paleoanthropology society and the scientific and medical network tonight. We're going to discuss our human origins and his book, the forgotten exit into Africa, the theory of human evolution and human hybrid humans scientific evidence of our eight hundred thousand year-old alien legacy written by his wife, Dan yellowfin, and I would like to welcome back to coast to coast. Bruce Feldman, Bruce, it's been awhile since you've been on coach. What have you been up to has been? Yeah, I've been carrying on with deep diving into the human origin subject reading, the kind of Connecticut is most people would probably five are boring to get more data. Yeah. And of course, always trying to discover the truth. Well, you cover my favorite subjects. Right. And that is for me when I have a conversation with a guest, and we call it an interview, I call it a conversation, but you and I can go in any direction. And I know that I'm gonna learn something. I'm just fascinated with it. But before we get to that last week. I've been just going to go here last week. There was a a little breaking news story that went viral inside of the Afo community in a concerned a document that was released by the national space council announcing a new president. Now, the contents of the document for me aren't as an as as important as it's often Tissot and the possibility of it being disinformation. You took it upon yourself to contact the national space council. And what did you find out? Yeah. I I did see there was some initial controversy around it. So let's just check this one out to find the contacts, you know, the council, I think free one of the obstacles that had been shed connecting to the document, actually. So let me to the the main contacts, and yeah, they came back saying that they would not aware of what they wasn't any change in the presidential structure council and also that they haven't heard of the person named in adult. So somebody out there for some reason, definitely seeded. Well, if you know into the community, why is not clear that is the question bruise. Why? Well, not only would this document, but in general. There is always the opportunity to spread disinformation inside of the UFO community. Why why do they continue to do this? Well, two things that firstly. I want to say that one of the problems that I find within the Kamien fringe just you Jay. It's much more likely that people will share something on wedge or argue about it in an insular way. Then we check out and check the soul. And I think that's today with the lack of trust. You know, that we many tend to have we apologize show. People are not in that habit. But because of kind of which I do I have to deal with the academics, you know, in these sources, I developed that tendency to actually go back and check so one of the things that they know that something like that will get legs, you know, people won't tend to check it. They would just argue about it. You know? I mean, that's something people have to remember trying. You can go out that we out to sausage and say, hey, you know, is this from you? But why I guess? Yeah. Sometimes it keeps us looking the wrong way, doesn't it? You know that the news is coming out that's probably important at instead, we'll be focusing on something that's important. When I read the reply that you got and the explanations in that reply that was one thing, but I looked at the Email header, and it literally said the White House when you got that reply back, and you see that what would immediately goes through your mind because we're talking about really official correspondence, aren't we? Yeah. I like, it'd be you know, the initial in carving forward it onto somebody seeing the right right funny. They actually took the time to have a look into it, you know, and come back because you know, some of these people, I guess would just be silence. You know said they must out it was with them. Putting it back out. You know, this isn't today with us. It's quite interesting. They even took the time. You're going to spend. Stuffing that was with out that this should not to do with us. They can send it's pretty fascinating to me about the the amount of documents. And this goes back in you follow g we can stretch to this back seventy years. This is anything new, but the amount of documents that spread through the U of O community that turn out to be fake. And I don't know if you wanna call it a hoax or fraud, which are two different definitions. But it's creating something that isn't real. But somebody out there created a fake document. And it when they were creating it. I think that again, I'd say that is probably again that you know that. News on that kind of trendy thing that that went to Israel fake news. It does seem to get like seeing the fringe community. And I'm not just saying if as paranormal conspiracies, look if I went now, and I had to take some old government document started putting in stuff about Etienne's and things that wasn't that put out on Twitter Facebook tomorrow, let's go it's probably gonna go quite far, isn't it without anyone really looking into whether that's real because it's exciting, you know, validate things they believe, you know, you're gonna take days weeks months before anyone really looks into whether that's real that's the problem. I think we will after address in the communities that you can hang on for. They can I did check this as being modified. Whereas the original there another copy of this document. You know, what I mean week we can go up eight in stopping those. Folks. Well, in this particular document, this national space council document that when around last week, I would have thought that that is one of the easiest things to go and check and check the sources on and I questioned why somebody would take the chances of distributing this when everybody in the community, and we're very good at checking documents these days, this is going to go in and check out the provenance. And if this indeed was a real announcement. Don't you think that somebody would have thought about that? I before letting this go. Yeah. You know, if I was thinking to some kind of joke. I would say a spec this someone he's going to do that. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, there's there, of course, some very serious such as he's not just even picking shy. You know, see researchers that will look into it. You know? So some point it's going to get found out. So it's a strange one. Yeah. I don't know why why they would want to sort of cheat confusion knowing as well that it would like to come back home some of those involved. So it's won't does it gain. You know, we'll does actually gain. I wanted to ask you before we move on. When you go and reveal that document like that that raises a lot of eyebrows. I didn't really understand why it was actually news worthy. That's that's not actually the point. When you turn around and show everybody that, hey, this thing is in real do you get blowback from that? Are people angry at you for do? They get angry for for debunking the wrong word, but showing that document isn't what is supposed to be. Some positive feedback. But my feeling is when the people that are not happy with that usually will remain fatty quiet because I don't be anyone wants to be seen to be annoyed that the truth has come out of the innovates him embarrassing for them. Maybe they shared on woods to their friends, or whatever they probably don't happy with with me. Coming back inside. You know? Hey, you know, that's the way that I need the positive remarks come directly to me. So I think other people probably yes, they may feel that upset that haven't said anything. It's strange times in the U of O community. It's never been as strange or is exciting like it is today in many many years and now want to actually make a little bit of an announcement here. A couple of weeks ago Bruce was on my other show fade to black and during our conversation Bruce revealed that he was in process of some debris some craft debris and which caught me by surprise. But that's the beauty of doing the live radio show, and Bruce actually sent me some of the debris, and I got it last week. And thank you Bruce for sending it. I want to just say this in a general sense to everybody because this was a live show and people have asked me about it since then it it's quite I guess the word that I want to use. It's heavy. It's a heavy metal. It's a heavy metal. When I held it in my hand. And what I was sent was probably about a half inch, right? Yeah. Tha about a half inch in it's round about eighth of an inch thick, but it's density and its weight Reuss caught me by surprise that. I wasn't expecting. What is what is the material makeup of it actually got a very long list chemicals in it? You know, surprising. I look at the analysis. I think that's about twenty different compounds is mostly silica and aluminium. But there's a lot of other things even titanium in that. You've got squad list of metals in the military in. Medium. Yeah. About twenty really complex mixture one of the things. I'd like to see them see. And then you have from say aerospace, something tell me, hey, we imagine it's going to be an future. You know, a future spaceship with these chemicals because I wonder how close studies is I've seen that a lot of these compounds already in current generation spacecraft, right? So that's kind of funny thing. Yeah. If a long list chemicals, and you just mentioned titanium and aluminum and silica, but those are all light alloys where this is. It's it's pretty dense. It's pretty heavy. Yeah. That melting process, you know, as being. Actually chains quit. Yeah. It was as liquefied then frozen in space. So she has changed how would have extensively you would have been when it was in a structure show. Yeah. If you look at the very light. But yeah, feels quite heavy for quite solid. Yeah. The original way of see I guess, and you know, high temperature blackness now as well as probably would have been a different color. It is kind of translucent if you get the pieces, and you got light. And some of them are greenish as well. Yeah. It looks very mostly black, and yeah, this is a dark Brown black fascinating to look at and hold the age on this. Are we going with the the eight hundred thousand year old number yet any dates on at seven hundred eighteen thousand if some of some geologists give a little bit of that. But that's the state is around seven seven seven eighty in the studies that have been done that meshes with that what we'll come to relate this long the arguments put a strange. One of these people have noticed that some of the pieces look as though that they haven't been wetted. They haven't been in the environment long. You know, the see without be quite smooth. You know, they they've being you know, might handle hit with a lot of bad weather, and they suspicion that some of these pieces may a falling fatty recently. And I know I don't have this. They maybe some of this stuff is still falling. If you know what I mean? Jimmy, right, right. Formed right about that coming down, which is interesting as well. Now, let's let's set up for when we come back one of the points that I have made often is that we homo sapiens. Sapien us, right you, and I have been here for about one hundred and fifty thousand years, and that we could push it back. Maybe another fifty thousand years, and the number would be around two hundred thousand years old on this planet and your book and the way that and Danielle's book the way that your evidence has been collected. Is that date is actually pushed back another six hundred thousand years, and it's tipping things over correct? Yes. That's right. It wasn't fair to say as well. You know, I'm I'm kinda chain. Changing what what was once considered? How most games because I mean, again, there's reasons why you say that, you know, the time I would have said now that we arise about two hundred thousand years ago. They even the mainstream is starting to change that date that having to push it back as well. Is they realized that that they they've had that wrong. They they haven't read understood, you know, what's made us the way we are. And and the different human ancestors that looked different how they feel today mixed, you know, so you might get some David quite like us, and they all they want. But then that group makes this discreet mix to and all about mixing as well, which is made us how we all said they also pushing back the the dates on the species. Now. Yeah. Which is the point that we just appeared here. Whether it's two hundred thousand years ago or eight hundred thousand years ago, there isn't the evolutionary steps that Darwin has suggested that would have taken tens of millions of years in front of homo sapiens. Sapien that we just appeared in there are reasons for that. We've got about ten seconds can..

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

16:16 min | 3 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Your host Jimmy church. You can follow me on Twitter at J church radio. He could follow Bruce at hybrid humans. Right there on Twitter. I believe I got that. Right. Bruce Fenton is an author of the revolutionary human origins e book series, the forgotten exodus. He was born in Cheltenham England and graduated from Anglia Ruskin university in two thousand two Bruce world traveler in public speaker, and is a current member of both paleo throw Paleoanthropology society and the scientific and medical network tonight. We're going to discuss our human origins and his book forgotten exit into Africa, the theory of human evolution and human hybrid humans scientific evidence of our eight hundred thousand year-old alien legacy written by his wife, Dan yellowfin, and I would like to welcome back to coast to coast. Bruce Feldman, Bruce, it's been awhile since you've been on coast. What have you been? Two. Has been. Yeah. Being them carrying on with deep diving into the human origin subject reading, the kind of economic most people would probably five boring to get more data. Yeah. And of course, always trying to discover the truth. Well, you cover my favorite subjects right event. Is for me when I have a conversation with a guest, and we call it an interview, I call it a conversation, but you and I can go in any direction. And I know that I'm going to learn something I'm just fascinated with it. But before we get to that last week. I've been vis gonna go here last week. There was a a little breaking news story that went viral inside of the folk community in a concerned document that was released by the national space council announcing a new president. Now, the contents of the da. Document for me aren't as as as important as its offense ity and the possibility of it being disinformation. You took it upon yourself to contact the national space council, and what did you find out? Yeah. I I did see there was some initial controversy around it. So let's just check this one out somebody's to find the contacts. You know, the council I think free one that had been shed connecting to the document, actually. So let me to the the main contacts, and yeah, they came back saying that they would not aware if they wasn't any change in the presidential structure council and also that they haven't heard of the person named in adult Kim. So somebody out there for some reason definitely seems to see did. Well, if you know into the community why that is the question bruise why? Well, not only would this document, but in general. There is always the opportunity to spread disinformation inside of the UFO community. Why why do they continue to do this? Well to physically say one of the problems that I find within the community any fringe just you follow. Jay is that it's much more likely that people will share something on wedge argue about it in an insular way. Then reach out and check the think that's today with the lack of trust, you know, that we tend to have we follow tease people not in that habit. But because of. Do you know I have to deal with the academics? These sources I developed that tendency to actually go back and check so one of the things that they know that something like that will get legs, you know, people won't tend to check it. They would just AVI about it. You know? I mean, that's something people have to remember his trying. You can go out that reach out to these sources and say, hey, you know, from you. But why I guess? Yeah. Sometimes it keeps us looking the wrong way, doesn't it? You know that this is coming out, that's probably important. And instead, we'll be focusing on something that's important. When I read the reply that you got and the explanations in that reply that was one thing, but I look at the Email header, and it literally said the White House when you got that reply back, and you see that what would immediately goes through your mind because we're talking about really official correspondence, aren't we? Yeah. I like it'd be the initial including forward it onto somebody seeing the right, right? So he's that she took the time to look into it and come back because you know, some of these people I guess would just be silence said they must have found. It was with them. Putting it back out there that you know, this isn't today with us. She's quite interesting today. Even took the time. You're going to. Stuffing, obviously was with out that they should not to do with. Yeah. Considered. It's pretty fascinating to me about the the amount of documents. And this goes back in Ufology we can stretch to this back seventy years. This isn't anything new, but the amount of documents that spread through the U of O community that turn out to be fake. And I don't know if you wanna call it a hoax or fraud, which are two different definitions. But it's creating something that isn't real. But somebody out there created a fake document and nuit when they were creating it. Yep. I think that again, I'd say that. Oh, probably again that. Fake news is quote on the trendy thing that that went to Israel fake, news know, that it does seem to get like seeing the fringe community. And I'm not just saying if as paranormal conspiracies, look if I went now, edited some old government don't started putting stuff about avian and things that wasn't that. I put out on Twitter Facebook tomorrow, let's go is probably gonna get quite followers without anyone really looking into. Whether that's real exciting. You know, validate things they believe, you know. You can take days weeks months before anyone really looks into. Whether that's real. That's problem thing, we will after addressing the communities that we need to hang on for shedded. Can I click checks is being modified? Whereas the original United another coffee of documents. You know, what I mean, we we can go off eight in stopping those kind of hoax. Well, this particular document, this national space council document that when around last week I would have thought that that is one of the easiest things to go and check and check the sources on. And I question why somebody would take the chances of distributing this when everybody in the u Afo community, and we're very good at checking documents these days, this is going to go in and check in the provenance. And if this indeed was a real announcement. Don't you think that somebody would have thought about that? I before letting this go, well, I said anywhere. Yeah. You know? It's always thinking to some kind of joke. I would say they spec. This someone he's going to do that. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, there are of course, some very serious such as he's not just clicking show. You know, see as research is that we'll look into it. You know? So some point it's gonna get found out. So it's a strange one. I don't know why why they would want to sort of see confusion knowing as well that it would like to come back home some of those involved. So it's won't does it gain. You know, strange does actually games. I wanted to ask you before we move on. When you go and reveal that document like that that raises a lot of eyebrows. I didn't really understand why it was actually news worthy. That's that's not actually the point. When you turn around and show everybody that, hey, this thing isn't real do you get blowback from that are people angry at you for do. They get angry for for debunking the wrong word, but showing that document isn't what is supposed to be. Politics back. But my feeling is when the people that are not happy with that usually will remain fatty quiet because I don't be anyone wants to be seen to the annoy that the truth has come out of the them embarrassing for them. They've own woods to their friends or whatever they probably don't happy with with me. Coming back from sad. You know? Hey, you know, you know, anything that I need to call from direct and to me. So I think other people probably yes, they may feel that upset I haven't said anything it's strange times in the UFO community. It's never been as strange or is exciting like it is today in many many years and now want to actually make it a little bit of an announcement here. A couple of weeks ago Bruce was on my other show fade to black and during our conversation Bruce revealed that he was in process of some debris some craft debris and which caught me by surprise. But that's the beauty of doing the live radio show, and Bruce actually sent me some of the debris, and I got it last week. And thank you Bruce for sending it. I want to just say this in a general sense to everybody because this was a live show and people have asked me about it since then it it's quite I guess the word that I wanna use. It's heavy. It's a heavy metal. It's a heavy metal. When I held it in my hand. And what I was sent was probably about a half inch. Right. Yeah. Yeah. About a half inch in its round. But eighth of an inch thick, but it's density in its weight. Bruce caught me by surprise that. I wasn't expecting. What is what is the material makeup of? It is actually got a very long list chemicals in it. You know, surprising. I think looking at the analysis. I think there's about twenty different paths is mostly silica and aluminium. But a lot of other things even titanium in that you've got quad list of metals in the military in. Mike museums in that sorry. Yeah. At least about twenty a really complex mixture one of the things I'd like to see them. See an engineer from say aerospace or something tell me, hey, what would we imagine? It's going to be in future, you know, a future spaceship with these chemicals because I wonder how close is is I've seen that a lot of these compounds already in current generation spacecraft, right? So that's kind of funny thing that. Yeah. If longest chemicals, and you just mentioned titanium and aluminum and silica, but those are all light, you know, allies where this is. It's it's pretty dense. It's pretty heavy. Yeah. I mean, I mean melting process as being actually changed quit. Yeah. He was as liquefied then frozen in space so changed how would have extensive. And how would it be when it was in a structure for sure? Yeah. If you look at the very light. But yeah, he's feels quite heavy for Sola. Yeah. No, she wasn't even original NFC. I guess, you know, high temperature blackness now as well as probably would have been different color. It is translucent if you get the pieces and got light and some of them are greenish as well. But yeah, it looks very low slippery black, and yeah, this is like a dark Brown black fascinating to look at and hold the age on this. We going with the eight hundred thousand year old number yet dates on seven hundred eighteen thousand issue some of some geologists give a little bit. I've aside if that, but yeah, that's the average day is around seven seventy seven eighty seen in the studies have been done that meshes with that what we'll come to later this Lunga arguments. But yeah around that date, the strange as say. One of these people have noticed is that some of the pieces look as though that they haven't been weathered. They haven't been in the environment long see without be smooth. They've been you know, might handle all hit with a little bad weather suspicion that some of these pieces, maybe a falling fatty recently and just fully they maybe some of this stuff is still fooling Jimmy, right? Right. Formed right about that coming down, which is interesting as well. Now, let's let's set up for when we come back one of the points that I have made often is that we homo sapiens. Sapien us, right you, and I have been here for about one hundred fifty thousand years, and that we could push it back. Maybe another fifty thousand years, and the number would be around two hundred thousand years old on this planet and your book and the way that and Danielle's book the way that your evidence has been collected. Is that date is actually pushed back another six hundred thousand years, and it's tipping things over correct? Yes. That's right. It was fair to say as well. You know, I'm I'm kinda changing what was once considered homo sapiens? Because I mean, again, there's reasons why you say that, you know, the for a long time. I would have said now that we arise about two hundred thousand years even the mainstream is starting to change date that having to ship back as well. They've realized that that they've had it wrong. They haven't we done to stood you know, made us the way we are. And and the different human ancestors that looked different how they feel because they mixed, you know, so you might get some David quite like us, and they all they went home. But then in that group makes this too. And he would've mixing as well, which is made us how so they also pushing back the the dates on the species. Now. Yeah. Which is the point that we just have peered here. Whether it's two hundred thousand years ago or eight hundred thousand years ago, there isn't evolutionary steps that Darwin has suggested that would have taken tens of millions of years in front of homo sapiens. Sapien that we just appeared. And there are reasons for that. We've got about ten seconds can. Is it alien is are those the reasons for my position. Yes, it's an AT engineering event..

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

14:22 min | 3 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You can follow me on Twitter at J church radio. You could follow Bruce at hybrid humans trite there on Twitter. I believe I got that. Right. Bruce, Fenton is an author of the revolutionary human origins e book series, the forgotten exodus who was born in Cheltenham England and graduated from Anglia Ruskin university in two thousand two BRUCE'S world traveler and public speaker, and is a current member of both paleo throw, the Paleoanthropology society and the scientific and medical network tonight. We're going to discuss our human origins and his book, the forgotten exited into Africa, the theory of human evolution and human hybrid humans scientific evidence of our eight hundred thousand year-old alien legacy written by his wife, Dan, yellow Fenton, and I would like to welcome back to coast to coast. Bruce Feldman, Bruce, it's been awhile since you've been on coast. What have you been up to? He has been. Yeah, I've been carrying on with deep diving into the human origin subject reading, the cutback pave is most people would probably five boring to get more data. Yeah. And of course, always trying to moment the truth. Well, you cover my favorite subjects. Right. And that is for me when I have a conversation with a guest, and we call it an interview, I call it a conversation, but you and I can go in any direction. And I know that I'm gonna learn something. I'm just fascinated with it. But before we get to that last week. I've been just going to go here last week. There was a a little breaking news story that went pretty viral inside of the Afo community in a concerned document that was released by the national space council announcing a new president now the content. Of the document for me aren't as an as as important as its authenticity and the possibility of it being disinformation. You took it upon yourself to contact the national space council, and what did you find out? Yeah. I I did see there was some initial controversy around it. So I just check this one out money to find the contacts, you know, the council, I think free one of the obstacles that had been shed connecting to the document, actually. So let me to the the main contacts, and yeah, they came back saying that they were not aware of what they wasn't any change in the presidential structure the council and also that they haven't heard of the person named in adult commitment. So somebody out there for some reason that means seeded, well, if I, you know into the community why that is the question bruise why? Well, not only would this document, but in general. There is always the opportunity to spread disinformation inside of the U of O community. Why why do they continue to do this? Well, two things that firstly. I want to say one of the problems that I find within the Kamien any fringe sick. Just you follow. Jay is that it's much more likely that people will share something on weds or argue about it in an insular way. Then reach out and check the sources, and I think that's today with the lack of trust, you know, that we many tend to have the volunteers people not in that habit. But because of kind of do I have to deal with the academics. Sources you know, I I have developed that tendency to actually go back and check so one of the things that they know that something like that will get legs, you know, people don't tend to check it. They would just argue about it. You know? I mean, that's something people have to remember trying. You can go out reach out to these sources and say, hey, you know, is this from you? But why I guess? Yeah. Sometimes it keeps us looking the wrong way, doesn't it? You know that news eased coming out, that's probably important. And instead, we'll be focusing on something that's important. When I read the reply that you got in the explanations in that reply that was one thing, but I looked at the Email header, and it literally said the White House when you got that reply back, and you see that what would immediately goes through your mind because we're talking about really official correspondence, aren't we? Yeah. I like, it'd be you know, the initial in chlorine forward it onto somebody see in the right, right? So they actually took the time to look into it and come back because you know, some of these people I guess would just be silence said they must have found. It was with them. Putting it back out there that you know, this isn't today with us. Quite interesting. Even the time. You're going to spam. Something they'll be that was with out today with us. Consid-? It's pretty fascinating to me about the the amount of documents. And this goes back in you follow you we can stretch to this back seventy years. This isn't anything new, but the amount of documents that spread through the U of O community that turn out to be fake. And I don't know if you wanna call it a hoax or fraud, which are two different definitions. But it's creating something that isn't real. But somebody out there created a fake document and nuit when they were creating it. Yep. I think that again, I'd say that probably again that you know, that fake news day kind of trendy thing that that went to Israel fake news. You know that it does seem to get legs in the fringe community. And I'm not just saying if as paranormal conspiracies, look, if I went now, edited some old government document started putting stuff about aliens and things that wasn't that. I put out on Twitter Facebook tomorrow, let's go probably gonna get quite followers it without anyone really looking into whether that's real because it's exciting, you know, validate things they believe, you know. You can take days weeks months before anyone really looks into whether that's real. That's a problem. I think we will address in the communities that you know, we hang on for share. They can I check sif as being nice way modified. Whereas the original, you know, is there another copy of felt you know, what I mean, we we can go up in stopping those kind of hoax. I think in this particular document, this national space council document that when around last week I would have thought that that is one of the easiest things to go and check and check the sources on. And I question why somebody would take the chances of distributing this when everybody in the u Afo community, and we're very good at checking documents. These days is going to go in and check out the provenance. And if this indeed was a real announcement. Don't you think that somebody would have thought about that? I before letting this go. Yeah. You know, if if I was thinking some kind of joke, I would say a spec this someone he's going to do that. Absolutely. I mean, there are of course, some very serious as not just click and see as researchers that will look into it. You know? So some point it's gonna get found out. So it's a strange one. Yeah. I don't know why why they sort of seat that confusion knowing as well that he would like to come back on some of those involved. So it's won't does it gain does actually gains. I wanted to ask you before we move on. When you go and reveal that document like that that raises a lot of eyebrows. I didn't really understand why it was actually news worthy. But that's that's not actually the point when you turn around and show everybody that. Hey, this thing is in real do you get blowback from that are people angry at you for do? They get angry for for debunking the wrong word, but showing that a document isn't what it's supposed to be. I some politics back. But my feeling is when the people that are not happy with that usually will remain fatty quiet because I don't be anyone wants to be seen to be annoyed that the truth has come out of the innovator. Bam embarrassing for them. Maybe they shared on woods to their friends or whatever they probably don't happy with with. Coming back and said, you know, hey, you know, annoyed that only the positive remarks come directly to me. So I think other people public. Yes, they may feel that upset said anything it's strange times in the U of O community. It's never been as strange or is exciting. Like, it is today in many many years and now want to actually make it a little bit of an an announcement here. A couple of weeks ago Bruce was on my other show fade to black and during our conversation Bruce revealed that he was in presenting of some debris some craft debris and which caught me by surprise. But that's the beauty of doing the live radio show, and Bruce actually sent me some of the debris, and I got it last week. And thank you, Bruce for sending it I want to just say this in a general sense to everybody because this was a live show and people have asked me about it since then it it's quite I guess the word that I wanna use. It's heavy. It's a heavy. Metal heavy metal. When I held it in my hand. And what I was sent was probably about a half inch, right? Yeah. They say, yeah. About a half inch in its round about an eighth of an inch thick, but it's density in its weight. Bruce caught me by surprise that. I wasn't expecting. What is what is the material makeup of it actually got a very long list of chemicals in it? United surprising. I think looking at the analysis, I think that's about twenty different mostly silica and aluminium. But there's a lot of other things even titanium in that. You've got quad list of metals in the mercury in. Mediums in that. Sorry. Yeah. About twenty really complex makes Johnny one of the things. I'd like to see them see an engineer from say airspace or something tell me, hey, what would we imagine? It's going to be in an future, you know, a future spaceship. With these chemicals because I wonder how close studies is I've seen that a lot of these compounds already in current generation spacecraft, right? So that's kind of funny thing. Yeah. It's a long list chemicals, and you just mentioned titanium and aluminum and silica, but those are all light alloys where this is. It's it's pretty dense. It's pretty heavy. Yeah. I mean, I I mean not melting process as being. Actually change, they quit. Yeah. Liquefied then frozen in space. Has changed. Extensively and how would it being when he was in a structure if you look at the very light feels quite heavy for that. Yeah. Looked original NFC. I guess, you know, high temperature blackness now as well as probably would have been different color translucent. If you get the pieces, and you got light and some of them are greenish as well. But yeah, it looks very mostly black. And yeah, this is a dark Brown black fascinating to look at and hold the age on this. Are we going with the the eight hundred thousand year old number yet dates on that seven hundred eighteen thousand if some of some geologists give it a little bit of that? But yeah, that's the state around seven seventy seven eighty in. The studies have been done meshes with that. What we'll come to relate. This Lunga argument around that date. The strange thing is. This is one of these people have noticed is that some of the pieces look as though that they haven't been wetted. They haven't been in the environment long. You know, the quite smooth. You know, they don't they've been, you know, Manhattan little hit with a lot of bad weather. They suspicion that some of these pieces may be falling fatty recently, and I know I don't want to spoil. They maybe some of this stuff is still falling. If you know what I mean? Jimmy, right, right. Formed right of it's coming down interesting as well. Now, let's let's set up for when we come back one of the points that I have made often is that we homo sapiens, say ping us, right you, and I have been here for about one hundred and fifty thousand years and that we could push it back..

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:44 min | 3 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On Twitter at J church radio. You could follow Bruce at hybrid humans. Right there on Twitter. I believe I got that. Right. Bruce Fenton is an author of the revolutionary human origins e book series. The forgotten exodus was born in Cheltenham England and graduated from Anglia Ruskin university in two thousand and two brewster's world traveler and public speaker, and is a current member of both paleo and threat, the Paleoanthropology society and the scientific and medical network tonight. We're going to discuss our human origins and his book, the forgotten exit as into Africa, the theory of human evolution and human hybrid humans scientific evidence of our eight hundred thousand year-old alien legacy written by his wife, Dan, yellow Fenton, and I would like to welcome back to coast to coast. Bruce Feldman, Bruce, it's been awhile since you've been on coast. What have you been? Up to. Has been. Yeah, I've been carrying on with deep diving into the human origin subject reading, the kind of academic papers, those people with probably five very boring to get more data. Yeah. And of course, always trying to discover the truth. Well, you cover my favorite subjects. Right. And that is for me when I have a conversation with a guest, and we call it an interview, I call it a conversation, but you and I can go in any direction. And I know that I'm going to learn something, I'm I'm just fascinated with it. But before we get to that last week. I'm just going to go here last week. There was a a little breaking news story that went pretty viral inside of the UFO community and it concerned a document that was released by the national space council announcing a new president. Now the contents of the. Document for me aren't as as as important as its authenticity and the possibility of it being disinformation. You took it upon yourself to contact the national space council, and what did you find out? Yeah. I I did see there was some initial controversy around it. So let's just check this one out somebody's to find the contacts. You know, the council think free one of the obstacles that had been shed connecting to the document, actually. So let me tell the the main contacts, and yeah, they came back saying that they would not aware if they wasn't any change in the presidential structure council and also that they haven't heard of the person named in adult human. So somebody out there for some reason definitely seems to see did. Well, if I go into the community, why is not clear that is the question, Bruce why? Well, not only would this document, but in general. There is always the opportunity to spread disinformation inside of the UFO community. Why why do they continue to do this? Well. That firstly. I want to say one of the problems that I find within the fringe sick. Not just you follow. Jay is that it's much more likely that people will share something on wedge or argue about it in an insular way. Then reach out, you know, and check the sources, and I think that's today with the lack of trust, you know, that we many tend to have with the apologies. Shed people are not in that habit. But because of kind of research, I do I have to deal with the academics. Official sources, you know, I I have developed that tendency to actually go back and check so one of the things he's I think that they know that something like that will get legs, you know, people won't tend to check it. They would just argue about it. You know? I mean, that's something people have to remember is trying you know, you can go out that reach out to these sources and say, hey, you know, is this from you? But why I guess? Yeah. Sometimes it keeps us looking the wrong way, doesn't it? You know that this news as coming out. That's probably important at instead, we'll be focusing on something that's not important. When I read the reply that you got and the explanations in that reply that was one thing, but I looked at the Email header, and it literally said the White House when you got that reply back, and you see that what would immediately goes through your mind because we're talking about really official correspondence, aren't we? It'd be you know, the initial inquiry being forward it onto somebody see in the right, right? Funny. They actually took the time to look into it and come back because you know, some of these people I guess would just be silence said they must have found. It was with them. Putting it back out there that, you know, this isn't today with us is quite interesting that they even took the time, you know, you're going to spam or something. But they'll be valley was with out there that they should not to do with us. Yeah. Are they were considered? It's it's pretty fascinating to me about the the amount of documents. And this goes back in you follow g we can stretch to this bag seventy years. This is an anything new, but the amount of documents that spread through the U of O community that turn out to be fake. And I don't know if you wanna call it a hoax or fraud, which are two different definitions. But it's creating something that isn't real. But somebody out there created a fake document and knew it when they were creating it. Yep. I think that again, I'd say that it's probably again that you know that. Fake news trendy thing that that went AMIS real fake news. You know that it again, it does seem to get like seeing the fringe community. And I'm not just saying if it paranormal conspiracies, look, if I went now, edited some old government document started putting stuff about aliens and things you know, that wasn't that. I put out on Twitter or Facebook tomorrow. Let's go is probably gonna get quite followers in it. Without anyone really looking into whether that's real because it's exciting. You know, seats validate things they believe, you know, you've only gonna take days weeks months before anyone really the pin to whether that's real you know, that that's a problem. I think we will have to address in the community is that, you know, we meet me think hang on for Shetty's. Can I did a quick check CPAs as being nice way modify? Whereas the original, you know, is there another copy of you know, what I mean, we we can go up it in stopping those kind of hoax. Nothing. Well, in this particular document, this national space council document that when around last week, I would have thought that that is one of the easiest things to go and check and check to sources on and I questioned why somebody would take the chances of distributing this when everybody in the u Afo community, and we're very good at checking documents. These days. This is going to go in and check out the provenance. And if this indeed was a real announcement. Don't you think that somebody would have thought about that? I before letting this go. Yeah. You know, if if I was thinking they some kind of joke. I would I would say a spec. This someone is going to do that. Absolutely. I mean, there are of course, very serious research is not just eager to click and shy says see as researchers that will look into it. You know, so at some point. It's gonna get found out. So it's a strange one. Yeah. I don't know why they want to sort of see that confusion knowing as well that it would like to come back home some of those involved. So it's what does it gain? You know, straight did actually. And I wanted to ask you before we move on. When you go and reveal that a document like that that raises a lot of eyebrows. I didn't really understand why was actually news worthy. But that's that's not actually the point. When you turn around and show everybody that, hey, this thing is in real do you get blowback from that are people angry at you for or do they get angry for for debunking the wrong word, but showing that a document isn't what it's supposed to be. I some positive back. But my feeling is that when the people that are not happy with that usually will remain fatty quiet because I don't think anyone wants to be seen to be annoyed that the truth has come out and some of the innovative. Bam embarrassing for them. Shatti on woods to their friends or whatever they probably don't happy with. We've made. Come back and said, you know, hey, you know, that's the way I need the positive remarks. Come direct continue me. So I think other people probably yes, they may feel bit at set to happen said anything it's strange times in the U of O community. It's never been as strange or is exciting like it is today in many many years, and now I want to actually make it a little bit of an an announcement here. A couple of weeks ago Bruce was on my other show fade to black and during our conversation Bruce revealed that he was in process of some debris some craft debris and which caught me by surprise. But that's the beauty of doing the live radio show, and Bruce actually sent me some of the debris, and I got it last week. And thank you Bruce for sending it. I want to just say this in a general sense to everybody because this was a live show and people have asked me about it since then it it's quite I guess the word that I wanna use. It's heavy. It's a heavy metal. It's a heavy metal. When I held it in my hand. And what I was sent was probably about a half inch, right? Yeah. They say smoking. Yeah. Tha about a half inch in its round about an eighth of an inch thick, but its density and its weight Bruce caught me by surprise that. I wasn't expecting. What is what is the material makeup of it? He's actually got a very long list of chemicals in it. You know, surprising. I think there's a look at the analysis. I think there's about twenty different compounds is mostly silica and aluminium. But there's a lot of other things even titanium in that you've go. Yes. Quad list of metals in magnesium in that sorry. Yeah. At least about twenty compounds. He's a really complex makes Johnny one of the things. I'd I'd like to see some see an engineer from say aerospace or something tell me, hey, what would we imagine? It's going to be in the future. You know, a future spaceship with these chemicals because I wonder how close studies because I've said anything that a lot of these compounds already in current generation spacecraft, right? So that's kind of funny thing. Yeah. It's a longest chemicals, and you just mentioned titanium and aluminum and silica, but those are all light alloys where this is. It's it's pretty dense. It's pretty heavy. Yeah. I mean, I think in that melting process, you know, as being. Actually change. They quit liquefied then frozen in space. So he has changed. I would have been extensively and how would it be when it was in struck for Shaw. Yeah. Deceptive, you know, you look at the very light. But yeah, he's feels quite heavy for that. And quite solid. It's yeah. I know she wasn't even would it. Look Kinney's original enough. See, I guess having, you know, high temperature blackness, and that was well, there's probably would have been different color it. He's kind of translucent it'd be finished pieces, and you got light. And some of them are greenish as well..

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"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"feldman bruce" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Welcome to the audible, presented by trader Joe's. I'm Stewart Mandel. Join his always by Bruce Feldman Bruce Super Bowl week will stew. Then we gotta get a big time guest. Who do you think we should get? We're under a lot of pressure here because I got to say, well, I was out sick last week, by the way, still not fully recovered. This is the longest cold I've ever had in my life. Your Manny interview was a huge hit and people are saying maybe one of the best we've ever had. How do we follow that up? We better get a big name. Somebody's a good storyteller. Rack, your brain stew? Oh, I know who you have in mind. Without further ado, we are pleased to be joined by our old colleague and probably our one of our favorite guests. Dave wants that coach the first thing I want to talk to Super Bowl week. You have an interesting connection to this patriots. Rams matchup in that. You're the one when you're the head coach at Pittsburgh who recruited Aaron Donald, and Stu I did a little digging back. Aaron Donald best player argue in the. NFL certainly the most dominant defensive player only ranked as a three star recruit and ranked as the thirtieth best offense tackle coach who did you beat out to get him. You know, what might have been like temple? I mean there were no major division once goals. And I think the biggest thing was his height and people still bring that up. You know, what the six foot, and you know, everybody's looking for that six three six four defensive linemen. And you know, fortunately, I had a lot of experience with guys Aaron Donald sires. I'd Russell Maryland. As you remember Bruce dot at your a moderate Miami. And then I had Chris ori-, you know, when I was at the barriers so in our steam defense, the oh the strengths in the abilities that Aaron Donald had as far as is quickness and his leverage in his awareness. That was perfect what we were looking for. So he was and, you know, another interesting story, I was actually dinner last night with one of the most successful high school coaches, not just Pennsylvania. But in the country's name is Jim render. He just retired. And I remember talking to him that year, and he was at one of the big schools in western PA. And I said who do you like iced asked all high school coaches, you know, what a who'd you go against that really jumped on it. And he said there's a kid of Penn hills high school now not many people are talking about he says I've never seen a defensive lineman ruin aren't tire office of game plan like this kid did. And it was Aaron Donald. So, you know, I think we did our homework, and you know, it it worked that now that I think you gonna be as good as yesterday. Absolutely not. But I'll tell you what happened..

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