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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

08:03 min | 11 months ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Keeping score this season. Okay if you if you get the predictions wrong. You shouldn't get a right to come back on the air and believe me. I'm going to do everything in my power keeping score just saying. Here's here's the bottom line and it's the it's the tweet from stat stat guys daniel. That might have been mike. Tomlin's biggest statement game since the twenty eighteen win against the patriots. Remind me what happened. What happened in two thousand. Eighteen against the patriots was big big win. I remember that it was. We watched a game together. As i remember correctly certainly the end of it. It was when. I think. That's the i you know it's it's hard not to think of it as the jalen samuels game. I believe the one where we're bella. Check dropped everyone back in seventy one hundred twenty yards on eight carries or something That was vince williams interception. It was incredible game. I can see that. I can see that argument for that. Being the biggest statement game just because for all the big games that they won in twenty nineteen. There was rarely that feeling of like okay. They're going to win the super bowl with even after the big wins against the browns. The big wins against the chargers. But yeah i'll buy. That is as big a statement win in three years house shows. How many statement wins. You have that you can have two in three years. Oh well yeah. I mean the i what i remember that game about. That game is the defense shutting down. Tom brady at least if not if not i mean i think they held ten points the entire game and key drive at the end. When you're stopping brady on the two minute drill. I mean that's the that's the best you can do. Talk about statement games. So let's see we. We're talking this week against the bills. Twenty eighteen against the patriots. What about what about duck against the browns in twenty nineteen. That was a good one. That was absolutely incredible. I don't know who else could have coached team to win that. The only thing that i can see that not being a statement because know there at the time there was kind of feeling like team really win the super bowl. You're not thinking that in the moment these are all statement wins. They were all underdogs whether by points or by how the media them. These are all incredible. Wins like i'm thinking. What about batch versus the ravens in twenty twelve. What about danny dixon versus the titans in twenty ten was that was a great one to these again. It shows and we're probably missing so many statement wins because that shows just how many when there are so many wins. There are a lot of statements to choose from. Well i i tried to find all the fourth quarter comebacks from ben in games and i i had to give up because it was like. Yeah that's gonna take all day two thousand four. we're down ten in the fourth to the cowboys. Two thousand six. We're down ten in the fourth to the browns two thousand seven. We're down twelve at half against the browns. two thousand eight. Were down ten in the fourth against the cowboys. Dish with the with the pick. Six two thousand fifteen down. Seventeen at half against the broncos two thousand seventeen down fourteen at half against the bengals a two thousand eighteen down sixteen in the third against the jags and then of course the ravens. Twenty twenty and the colts twenty twenty down ten at the half so It's just a career of statement games. Let's get to the. I think this is the this sums up. A lot of steelers nation but only at kevin adams twenty-six had the guts to put it out there. He says mike tomlin hall of fame. Resume lombardi winner proven winner. Kevin adams five foot eight midget football experience. I apologize coach per usual. Wow what someone being man enough to apologize on twitter. That's incredible that is that's the lesson that all of steelers nation be better on twitter. I want to get to the the final word you know. Derek carr everyone has their media days. Okay but derek carr had to go and make it personal. Derek carr quarterback of the oakland. I'm sorry not oakland the los angeles the los angeles. The las vegas raiders said that the immaculate reception ball hit the ground. I can't even. I can't even what what. What else did the derek carr say. He probably thought jesse didn't catch it. You know derek carr. He probably thought the killer. Bees were the the pirates of the eighties. He probably you know he probably thought that. Tell me what else is thinking. What i was going to say was that i won. Derek carr has to say that because derek carr is even more removed than you. And i from being alive to see the immaculate reception. And i just keep thinking what would imagine if derek carr hadn't said that he'd been like no. No no absolutely franco caught the ball. Look i've analyzed the film. Long time i've seen frenchy fuqua gave his lecture. It was absolutely a touchdown. I'm sorry. Everyone raiders nation. But it didn't happen. That would have been way more bizarre. Of course he had to say that he's seen the same youtube videos of it. That so many other generations out at this is somebody who you know merely is may not making the next. Aw lost angeles. Beg raiders awkward autograph session less awkward. You know he went a bridge too far. Are you can talk about you can talk about. Xs knows you can talk about strategy but when you go against our gods dance. That's a bridge too far. Derek carr okay. The immaculate reception was a catch without there would be no. There might not be steelers today. It might be you know. Might be the salt lake city steelers if not for that immaculate reception who knows what what weird variant timelines are going to have to watch. Marvel's what if to find out what. The immaculate reception wasn't caught it's a blasphemy derek. Carr you know and we we all know what happens when you stamp on the terrible towel but But now you've you've crossed our you've crossed our gods and legends derek. Carr we'll see you in the fourth quarter german. there's there's a la- disrespect the terrible towel. You see what happens. And i remember to. Tj hooch man zeta never ends up winning anything in the league not that much longer later and it makes a living essentially private coaching a bunch of steelers wide receivers and And i thought oh lyndale white disrespect and then he was. And i don't remember what happened. I think i saw him in an audition last time. A commercial edition a few weeks ago. I mean i. You know whatever happened to that guy. That's what disrespecting the terrible towel is like the hope diamond of football. Like as soon as you do it you invite some sort of dark unseen forced to Wreck havoc upon your life. Yeah you're gonna have to collect the six infinity gems to reverse this curse derek carr. That's it her okay. I'm excited for week two. I hope you have a great time at the game. I'll be watching for your paula. Malu jersey is a. I'll be the only one there in one alternate or black. No i'm going with the black. That's the home on it You know it's it's fairly warm enough for me to just wear t shirts. I'm going with the black hoping to catch up some of those sons race. they're awesome. We'll be watching. And i'll be reading your tweets to steelers nation. So don't think that. I'm not keeping receipts in week to all right. I am kyle. Craig's you can find me on twitter at kyle. Kreis greg working. We find you on the internet. Are you can find me at greg. Benavente at twitter and instagram. That's at gre. B. as in boy e. n. e. v. as in. Victor e. n. t. And always keep keep listening to behind the steel curtains podcast network..

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on KCRW

"Or not. So we realized you know what you know, guys. I was thinking like we had won the golden ticket that this is like the Willy Wonka. You know, Episode where we wanted to go, and we never had it in the first place. All of a sudden, we're jumping up and down like we had, like we had just found the 1943 Ask double die, You know, And they realized, you know coins when their flood sometimes they're very valuable, You know, But when we're flawed as people we really learned some valuable lessons. Thank you. Adam Bodnar lives in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, and is a director of legal solutions for a technology company. While his favorite pastime these days is telling stories, he has also written several screenplays. The most recent being searching for Frenchy Fuqua. Adams says that he and Sam continued to look for valuable coins to add to Sam's collection. They'd make weekly trips to the bank by 10 or $20 worth of pennies or dimes and return home to come through them looking for another potential winner. They never did find one, but the time spent together brought them closer, and Adam says that was reward enough. After the break, A journalist puts herself on the line to go undercover in North Korea. That's when the moth radio hour continues..

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on WBUR

"2025 bucks and I go. No, no. If we if we didn't clean it and he goes, Yeah. 2025 bucks. I go. Wait. It's a 1943 s double die right? It was stamped twice by the San Francisco Mint in 1943 by mistake only if you got into circulation, right? He goes? No, it's a It's like it's something because it's not what you're talking about. He goes. It's worth 20 or 25 bucks the weather you cleaned it or not. So we realized you know what you know, guys. I was thinking like we had won the golden ticket that this was like The Willy Wonka episode You know where we wanted to go, and we never had it in the first place. All of a sudden, we're jumping up and down like we had, like we had just found the 1943 asked. Double die, you know, And you realize, you know coins when they're flawed. Sometimes they're very valuable. You know, when we're flawed as people we really we learned some value. Double lessons. Thank you. Oh, uh Adam Wagner lives in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, and is a director of legal Solutions for a technology company. While his favorite pastime these days is telling stories, he has also written several screenplays, the most recent being searching for Frenchy Fuqua. Adams says that he and Sam continued to look for valuable coins to add to Sam's collection. They'd make weekly trips to the bank by 10 or $20 worth of pennies or dimes and return home to come through them looking for another potential winner. They never did find one, but the time spent together brought them closer, and Adam says that was reward enough. After the break. A journalist puts herself on the.

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Actually not even catch scoring offensive. Point for the pittsburgh steelers now. He wasn't the first guy to score points in a super bowl. That was dwight white. Who had the safety of fran tarkenton insuperable nine. But the i if i'm not mistaken the The first touchdown reception in the super bowl for the steelers was by larry. Brown from terry bradshaw larry brown number eighty seven. He was a tight end. Then they moved him to right tackle where he ended up in the pro bowl in either nineteen ninety two or nineteen ninety-three and larry brown number seventy nine. He was a great annette line for so many years. A very good player. I really thought he was making it hall of honor. Yesterday they went with another line. When john cole but i thought they both we were talking about who we thought would get in. I thought both of them would get in. I think larry brown gets into the steelers actual hall of honor in the next couple of years. But i am going to go ahead. And put larry brown on my list now. Love larry brown tape. Yeah i don't. I don't remember much about larry brown now. You're talking about but i couldn't speak to play. But yeah. I mean if he if he was barring those those seventies teams and caught the first touchdown the super bowl and switch positions. Add two numbers. He he definitely has some some good credentials there that would that would wore him being into the steelers honor up. Sounds like we just had. A question is keith. Willison keith willis is definitely a guy that should have been on my list here to No there there. There have been some good names brought up in the live chat. Yeah i mean really good people that just since we've been doing this exercise and that kind just having thought of kind of zoomed in zero dana and focusing on the guy that i picked and then really give a whole bunch more thought to either some awesome as the line chatter. Bring up in your defense though by only gave you what three minutes to come up so again mike mary. Another great name. And i mentioned mary weather when we hire weather. Definitely that's another great name there Hardy nickerson another one. You know so we could go on with all these guys but let's look at the two thousand twenty one team i got. I got one more one more real quick. Oh i. I'm sorry i didn't do that. I i'm jumping the gun. Thanks go ahead fourth round. Pick in since since we've been talking about bell line you pick on linemen and we'll stick to online and margai has two super bowls also and he was on the team from two thousand four and two thousand twelve and sba max starks. Max matlock mac. Lord maximums held it down From from the tackle position for years he was he was. He was big. Ben's guy he protecting them for a of years and got two super bowls not to deal. So i think i think you know. Starting to tackle for eight years for stealing the steelers to super bowls. He'll probably never make the pro football hall of fame but he should definitely get consideration to be in the in the steelers he definitely should be. Let's go ahead and put him in as well. He was very important especially the two thousand eighteen did not have did not have great names us. Probably one of the best on the two thousand eight team I know marvel smith was toward the end of his career at that time too. I i would definitely. I'm live under laughing. At the live chat james harrison as a long snapper. I was actually at that game when when we look at some of these names that are coming up. Frenchy fuqua robin cole. I love these names. jason worlds I don't know if i'm putting jason worlds in but worlds was was tough for a couple. Years hines ward. I know heinz award is in the steelers hall of honor. He tends to be a pro. Football amer- i think he will be. I think he's going to be like lynn swann towards the end right. So let's go ahead look at the two thousand twenty one team. We're gonna go really quick on this. We're coming up on the top of the hour. I'm going to go throw in a guy here that i think could be an unsung hero for this team like we said earlier. You don't wanna you don't wanna pick a guy like making fitzpatrick or cam hayward or ben rothlisberger or or definitely j. What so you wanna pick a guy that you think could be a great steeler for a number of years and i was originally going to go with a guy like kevin dotson or someone like that. But i'm going to go a different route which a lot of people are going to disagree with me on this one. But i'm going zach. Banner i think zach. Banner can be a guy that can get it together this year on that At the right tackle position. And i think he could play for this team for a long time if he stays healthy. I think he's getting better. He's a great run blocker. He also told us on the interview last year that. Hey i'm not a slouch at blocking past locking either. And he said i kept. I kept sam darnold off the ground for so many years at usc. I know there's a difference between college and the pro's but i really think zach. Banner is going to be very good for this team. So i'm going to nominate him. As i look into my crystal ball and i want you to go ahead and take a look at your crystal ball tate. And who do you have I think the personal player gonna nominate is going to be steph onto it. I think it puts up great numbers of pry makeup of pro balls. But i don't think he'll do enough just because the defense that he's onto never do enough to warrant in and pro football hall of fame but he'll definitely be just like elsie greenwood at the beginning of the broadcast. He'll definitely be one of those. All the time gray steelers that that will never quite reaches reaches has plateau that that he could if he was on another team he was. The man is just a great peace among many great defenders. I i gotta agree with you on that. I'm i'm really excited for stuff onto it. I'm hoping he makes his first proble coming up this season i think he's a actually so dominant on the other side along with another dominant book. Book like cam hayward that you don't have to worry about that defensive line so i love that pick of steph onto it. That's fantastic with that being said as we get ready to close some things out. Here let's say. It's they beat ese. Hall of fame. That what i mean. That hasn't been around for probably about six years or so but our very own Tony is actually was put in as a bts's hall of fame. I think back in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen. So if i look at the. Bts's hall of honor. I'm going to revive this a little bit. I'm sure it's not going to go too far but let let's say but i've got to go ahead and nominate as beat. Tse.

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"It's gotta be tied medicine franko. Let's break the tie. And then matt stoff go that stuff go throws in one here from left field rocky bleier. I can honestly say that rocky bleier could be one of the great personalities ever to play at running back for the steelers to so so far. It's looking like the boss. It's looking like franko george. Teston just says he just made his own guy. Franko beddis franko beddis. Now running back for the pittsburgh steelers lease welcome for. I go bada then. Data that danna. That'd be great eric. Ask us love. And the bleier thing he saved bettas to looks like baddest is getting a lot of the votes here on the live chat. What are you all thinking you think in. Good with mattis or we saying franko. Can i throw in my vote. I am going to agree with a lot of you now. We're getting late. We're getting some late votes here for najji harris shot manahan. Brian bronzes. Najji seems to have it. We'll see yeah. Everyone seemed definitely bettas. I need to throw in a vote that none of you said. I've got to go with the french. Count john frenchy few kwa. That guy has personality. Like you would not believe. I had a chance to drive him to the airport. Back in two thousand eight. I corresponded with them for a little bit to the guy dressed in the seventies like he was ready for the club every single night or ready to have his own stable of ladies. If you know what. I mean with the velvet. He looked like a pimp. It was great. He had goldfish in his platform shoes. While that was absolutely amazing to me you gotta throw in personality. A lot of people didn't know frenchy fuqua but you gotta throw him into so. Let's throw these guys on the list. I ruin definitely beddis. So gonna go with the bus here and will will what we'll do is. We'll have some honorable mention with the french count. And is i throw men. And we're gonna throw in franco as well. Macaluso says merril hodge merrill had a good personalities. Well lot most of these guys did. But we're talking about great personalities. It's probably going to be better at running back. Let's go ahead and look at. We're not going to really look at the fullback position here. But anytime i talked about the greatest fullbacks in pittsburgh steelers history. I'm just gonna throw in john williams. I don't know what his personality was like as well but it's always john l. williams me wasn't here loan but he was awesome. If you know bad you know if we're talking fullback it's john l. That's it franko could be considered a fullback because back then he was a fullback but the the position has kind of changed. Now let's do this. Let's go ahead and take a look at the wide receiver position. This is gonna be crazy. Every i've my gosh what have to take to here. We will have to take two because the wide receiver position. Starting position. we're gonna have. We're we're going to have to on the field anyways. Captain underpants very funnier says ab had the most personalities. So i guess he gets the nod here yet. You you gotta really look at a. b. as for the guy had personality before everything went awry man as far as a fan favourite the way he took care of the fans as far as just like autographs. I remember on christmas eve one night. This is like two thousand fourteen looking at facebook. And he's like. Hey everybody christmas eve everybody. Let me know who. I should call. Give me your contact information. Who should i call on christmas eve to wish him a happy. America's most amazing absolutely amazing. The guy had a lot of personality. You might not like what happened in the last couple of years but when you look at the big picture. Ab had personality. You could vote for him to matt. Go throws in. Hines ward sean. Manahan does to eric ask. You hines ward. i would say. I would have to say you would have. To put hines ward there. I think that would be something we would have to say hines were definitely gets a nod. Tape boy says this. Have you seen swan and ward smile. That's great that's great stuff. Speaking of tape boys. He has a podcast going on youtube. Check him out date. Let us know the name of that. Podcast on youtube. Give a chance to get some. Lucks good stuff. His group there. I really like it. It is a good sport show. I only got to see a little bit of it. Because i was in a tent the other night jonah. Watch it and take what happened. This is crazy the other night. It was thursday night going on friday man. I think that's why. I'm still just really tired. And the reason. I'm really tired is is about two thirty in the morning. I just hear this russell. Shaw and i'm gonna attempt by myself. Scoutmaster gets his own tent and a hero this russell aright there. There's something out there. And i i want to check it out but i don't want to spook it. I mean if it is a bear or it was probably a raccoon or something. But i'll just go back to sleep. It's no big deal land. It's just like louder and louder for about twenty minutes away. All right lights on break out the phone. See if i could get a little bit of service because the service was bad up there a little bit of service in just start working and that's what i did and i came across a message from tape boys anything i'm going to show. I wanna take a peek at his show and my service wasn't that great so i couldn't do it but check out the know. It alls podcast kato. Kato i t a l l z. It's good stuff really good stuff. We'll have to tate on on a show coming up do that Emc think pen. We're getting some votes from yancey. Thigpen man. I think lynn swann lynn. Swann was all personality really. Think you've gotta look lynn. It was nobody knows. Say was bigfoot. Brian brown that's that was great so Bigfoot can you imagine jeff hartmann in base. Go come on the show. Bad won't be with us. He was attacked by bigfoot so we're there will be no tales from two. Am for the next ever. Because the yeti might have gotten me but that was in college and that's two. Am story but we'll talk about that. Another time. i don't know what's going on with. Brian brown but apparently snowman's asking. How was your date last night. I don't know what's up. i've been gone man. I'm gonna tent for a week. Bad company's going on hashtag bad companies going on dates. I don't know about it if you had a date. Great great bryan brown. I think that's awesome. Hope it went..

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"And i. It's funny you say. Because i just watch the full episode of that. The immaculate reception of about two hours ago he asked was the immaculate reception. Play in your eyes. Yes because if you and. I read this book like ten years ago once. That ball touched jack. Tatum and it clearly touched tatum. They could say all they wanted. It didn't jack. Tatum touch that football whether touched him Whether it's such frenchy fuqua or not doesn't matter because once jack. Tatum touched it. Then that that whole broom that existed back in the early seventies where to offense and players couldn't touch the ball consecutively. That was out the window number one and number two. There's no way of of it was such a close play. There's no way of saying that it was. It was good or wasn't good. And that's what i always craxi about the raiders is. They've been complaining about it for fifty one almost fifty years now. I'm almost fifty fifty sunglasses and fifty quite yet but forty nine years having complaining about that play and it wasn't like it was like there's ever been any evidence to suggest that anything about that play. That was not on the up and up. Franko trapped the ball. He can't tell. Did it just touched frenchie. Few alone And not jack tatum. You can't really tell. I think there's a stronger case to make that. It did touch tatum. And maybe never even grazed for frenchy fuqua but chuck knoll described that. Y that touched tatum years ago. He said it was it was explained it. You know the law physics. I think it's how he did it. He's much smarter than i ever be but he did. He explained it and they nice. Rational logical manner that result in forces us how it described it if an object's going one direction and it's going in a person like touches it who's going in exact same direction. The ball's not gonna just go the flexing backwards. The other way only happens when somebody who's going in the opposite direction makes contact with the ball and then it goes in the other direction. So was it a good play. Yes in to sum it up. It was a good player. Brian brown asks any news then kendra green signing his rookie contract. Not that. I've heard why he hasn't signed it. I don't know it doesn't seem to be any drama whatsoever when it comes to any contract and the rookie contract nowadays because it slotted so i don't know what the holdup is. I honestly don't know why but you know he's. We have five weeks ago before training camp. So i'm sure work things out before then i have no idea. Maybe he's waiting on somebody else to sign for he saw. I don't know what to do. It just seems weird. But i'm not privy to any new information and mark s says. I disagreed tony. I don't know what. I i guess maybe immaculate reception. I don't know but what else we have here. Here's from from jeff. Surma who says another great show lacks the jarvis jones. Podcast i thank you. But i'm appear doing a show and you're over there on facebook. Trolling and making stupid name. So you know even the The eighth best sprinter in the world is still better than ninety. Nine point nine percent of the people who run so so i'll take it as a compliment and steffi lacks kind of a stupid name doesn't even doesn't even off the tongue. You have to come up with something else for me if you wanna. If you want to really be insulting deaf you i mean. You wouldn't even sell that in the supermarket. If somebody was incontinent suffering from continents you wouldn't be able to sell l. Accident so steeler. Pittsburgh says there wasn't instant replay fifteen different camera angles back then. Either that's exactly right. So you know myron cope always said that he had he found the wpa footage shortly after the game and he watched it over and over again and he said for a fact he knew for a fact that franco's that the ball didn't touch ground fragment trap it but of course it's all that footage is also lost in time. Nobody knows where it's at Go who were upset was basically trying to find a needle in a haystack. So good luck trying to find that and george. Testing says green. Ain't getting extra money. He might not want extra money. There could be any number of reasons why he hasn't signed a new deal so whereas i should say new deal. Any deal is rookie. Deal steeler chick. Forty six says rookie. Contracts are pretty limited. That's true they are now now they are. I mean know. They real the spending in many many years ago with that so there could be any any number of reasons why he hasn't signed a new deal so i wouldn't worry about it. Looks like it's gonna be a quiet night as far as Any more comments questions. So on that note i will take a i will do in. We'll talk to you again on monday evening with brian yesterday. Davison steelers hanging over hangover. And until then please Have a great weekend and stay out of trouble and of course as always go steelers thanks everybody..

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Meant so much but it was a real challenge. I do know that before. You played the raiders in what became known as the ice bowl. You are very concerned about the weather from the obvious. What was it that bothered you know we i. I wasn't sure we were going to be able to play the game because we had a tarp on the field and we were blowing hot air under the tarp and we had You know hey and everything like that there but the tarp tour when the tarp tour they the snow had been on the top and it is through the snow on onto the sidelines. And the raiders accused of doing this on purpose because they ran a lot of patterns but in reality. So did we hit. It did cut down on the passing game but You know we still had had had the running game but it was very very close as you know that kenny stabler ran at the very end of the game. In the fourth quarter for a touchdown he was back to and you know everybody was covered any rain. Around in for a touchdown. So we're down to twenty two seconds and that's when bradshaw through the immaculate reception pass. It bounced off tatum and he was he was covering frenchy fuqua and franko caught the ball. Right at the shoot tips and ran. In for a touchdown we won the game and certainly dan. That is one of the great sports debates of all time and one that just never really has died as you've looked at the tapes of used talk to the players over the years. Have you come away with any conclusive decision on that. That was so close because really all three. The ball frank. The franci and Tatum all came to the spot where the ball was coming at the identical time. So when you look at the film's you cannot tell which who was there first and You know basically you know. We swear that it was tatum. That the ball hit and the raider said it was frenchie that hit now at that particular time. They changed the role. Because of this play that particular time had the ball hit frenchy. I it would have been legal for another store. Attach it and so. That's why we are sure that tatum. What are your memories of the other three super bowl championship wins prior to this latest. One well they you know they were. They were great games. They were all great games. They you've really felt tremendous in the first game because it was new we were there we had tried for so long and and everybody was rooting for us and in our team played so well and i would say that the came that we one here. you know It was a similar situation And it was. All new was new players. They were going after it for the first time. And it was new fans and That's what i said. And they talked that. I made when i was given a trophy that that it was really for these players it was it was a new thing and it you know. They used to say that we were winning one for the because we had the four fingers and i said this is one of the ring finger. Because you're a new group when you take a look at the national football league and where it is today because you've always been a very quiet force behind the scenes. As far as i think you helped negotiate the end of the strike. You also have been forward and helping bring minorities into the coaching opportunities like bill. Walsh has been as well a what have been the challenges over the years as you see it to the national football league. Why has it been so successful. Well the challenges of course woods was Getting everything together You know back in the days of the pioneer starting at getting You know car he put together. The first contract put together the rule book so that everybody was playing the same game. Prior to that you know people would teams would make up the rules as they went along. So you kept having these teams in wynberg. Bell became the commissioner. That's one television hit and he really handled the situation of of a. He passed the rule that you know. No team can televise within seventy five miles of where the game is being played. That was a very very big thing at that particular time. Then you know we went on television becomes great we get great players who really wanna play for us and then the labor situation came with agents and and the union And we needed really to get together. And that was one of the things that i did do. And that was a gene upshaw. And i became very good friends and You know we solved a lot of problems and it's been that way but there were an are a lot of You know challenges problems that that happened. Is i say i think we were blessed with commissioners and you know coming right down to roger goodell that the people that we have are there and they're doing what their talents give them are going to able to carry us forward. Dan as you know the older players Have been asking for more money to deal with their physical and their mental problems as well and there is a legacy here with these players. There's no doubt about it. How do you see this challenge. And what can be done to to satisfy both sides. The current players the current owners the league itself and also those players that have given so much to professional football. Basically what we're doing everything we can and have made some very good strides in trying to provide health care for for the players. You know some of the health. They had nothing to do with with there being injured football players. But yet we're taking care of them as much as we can also and You know we have. We're working on having hospitals all around the country so that the person can go and get expert care there. We're trying to do everything in that particular because we think that that is the spot that they need the help immediately we've always had the dire need fund will have and that is for players that You know our dining out as far as their their income is concerned and things like that we help them But the basic thing that we're trying to do as i say is get them to have a good way of life that their health is there and that they they can do things that they like to do. Certainly when you take a look at the pittsburgh steeler organization and the franchise stability is the word that comes to mind. Most of all dan with it. And when you take a look at the coaches that you've had longtime coach is in no and cower and now tomlin i'm just wondering what has been the philosophy as far as having your coaches selecting them and putting them in an environment in which they could be successful for a long period of time. First of all his us talk about stability. You know we feel that You know you don't hire a guy and end because he has a tough time at a particular time that you're going to run them off because you know starting with a new coach almost like an expansion team and so you're starting all over again and you know we feel that you know just coming in getting these people given the job trying to help them as much as you can give them. You know security In in the let them know that you you know that they're doing okay and everything you can do. it it then and then letting the players know that. Hey this coaches here that you know the players can't be running the coach off so that You know and and give them the opportunity to do his job. We try to do that. Throughout our organization give everybody. That's there the opportunity to do to do his job. What did this latest super bowl championship mean to you. Because it was done and what we would call the modern era of the national football league the parody that exists in the nfl. The salary cap the now is into play. So you can't have really dominance.

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But given your thoughts on this year and the concept because you you were the first quarterback for the Oakland Raiders, you want to Super Bowl with the Oakland Raiders won a Super Bowl with the Los Angeles Raiders your broadcast on the Oakland Raiders the game the open Raiders again. And it's just add. We're in the Bay Area. You're in Palm Springs. The team is in Vegas. Are you going to be able to go and be around the team all coach whether it's training camp or games itself? I mean, How are you going to observe this his first year in Vegas? Well, I don't know, because of the because of all the restrictions that are that are existing right now. I don't know how they're going to get through this year, but we've done it. We've done it before we did it. In 1982. We had eight games strike, so we missed eight games that season. Andre. We still got through it. Ah, abbreviated season and a successful super Boyer and that year we only lost one game during season we will lost our second playoff game. Remember. Follow your We want a Super Bowl Ineighty three, so Uh, you know, they they could get done but has never been faced with this kind of Ah, situation. I mean, that's a little scary. The unknown is various Carrie. If there's AH if they played the game without any fans. You still have the players together? You know you got right now. 90 guys have to practice on it a practice? I don't know that And I'm not there. Always there to see the facility is beautiful, Just gorgeous. Mint breathtaking is so gorgeous and mark a lot would be the only guy in the stands for the first game. I'll be there with with with Ah, well, suits that they wear when they go in labs. You should be there because there would be no Las Vegas Raiders without you without questions, so I'm not going to say congratulations, but good wishes. Great knows. We think it's gonna happen. But just how are you? How you and barb doing? I know it's been a hell of itself, You know, segment of time since March for all of us, But I think of you often. How are you in the family doing? We're doing all right. You know, I've had a little setback, healthwise, but my back right now it's killing me. But paying for some of the the mistakes of the you there my abuse. As the the football player, but we're doing good. Barb's doing good in March. We will celebrate our 63. So that's pretty good. A Greg what a year 21 John. He's going to be one of the greatest ladies of all time Fire Florida and then what? Away again? I'm knocking on wood. What? We're going to cap it off to go to the pro Football Hall of fame. Or we can all come out of our damn houses Coach, so that'll be You better be there too. I'll be there. I will be there. We're all going there got to be there. I'm not going to say congratulations. I keep saying it's great news. We love you and we'll wait for the real, you know, popping of the cork when right before the Super Bowl this year, and we found out officially you're going in so Be well, Christian YouTube. Thanks a lot. Take care. I hope the next time we talk to him, we We can just say Hall of fame or Tom floors, not do it again to elect a superb alright, keep wanted to say congratulations, but he's close to the ultimate Jiggs. It's like so many times. I don't want to like you said Jinx it. Is the Tuck you game and the immaculate deception. And don't you think they thought they won the game was evolving? Pretty. It rejected. Cave up, but it hit Frenchy Fuqua we want no, we did not ever. There's a fumble. They're gonna review the play, Greg. Why not do that again? It's such a good line. I'm gonna play great. He's a good boy. He is. He's the best. All right. We'll flip back to 40 Niners coming up next. Our new segment 40 Niners fix will tell you about it coming up Next. You hear from Robert Sala on the cornerback spot opposite Richard Sherman. You don't want to miss that will hear from Giovanni Kinlaw and Jimmy on his wide receivers. They signed another one. Today We'll get you all the latest coming up next. Papa lunch spots by Redwood Credit Union Maid from home or on the Go with 24 7. Secure Mobile online banking from Redwood Credit Union sign up today. Redwood Credit Union for all that you love 40 Niners fixes.

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Broadcast available wherever you get your podcasts love these let's go to Matt in Texas Matt what event would you like to see and have it narrated by a person this is cruel and unusual but I want to hear from John felt a little about the ninety eight open championship and what was going through his mind on some of those shots oh boy that's where you had a good trade a quick recap of that yet personal is a ninety nine open was ninety eight martech marijuana ninety eight at royal Birkdale with inspiration John Vanderbilt came out of nowhere had a three stroke lead standing on the eighteenth hole at Carnoustie and somehow made a triple bogey to force a playoff hit into the water and then if we hit over the bridge of the burn then it bounced back and he was just everything that could have gone wrong went wrong I mean if you've just taken a platter effect later he did go out and and try and make a six with a potter just hitting a potter opening and he made a six with a partner that would have been enough to win the championship instead he went to a playoff loss to Paul Lawrie I think Paul Lawrie was ten strokes behind so we do see the whole row we just need to replace the eighteen hole right actually I believe our producers have is that John Vanderbilt has done this for the Netflix series losers you guys remember that okay all right so you can actually get this from John is absolutely incredible and he had the greatest sort of attitude about it because I mean most people would've crushed him but he was like yeah I wanted to win but you know it's it's golf and we move on but if you like literally you could see him after he hit the actor's first drive with his private way right but it landed on dry ground you could see the guy the engraver etching his name all on the trophy which is just unbelievable you could see a start and of course it's taken off all right perfect segue let's hurts people's feelings for real it's going to matter Panama City Matt you're on GoLocal lingo what's the sporting event you want to watch with whom I was someone commentating without Tom Brady in the Super Bowl comeback of the Atlanta second burning only twenty degrees I want I would rather hear from the Atlanta side someone from the Atlanta team watching that their house burned down on that one I go what the hell is going on do we want a player from outside we want Kyle Shanahan because he's now been it I mean it it feels cool to do that to Kyle Shanahan is now been in the behind you'll be ahead of the Super Bowl twice in law whoever was throwing up on themselves the most to come back I want to hear one of the things I'll never forget about watching that is like they had all the Atlanta championship stuff they were rolling it out in all the split Dick's sporting goods all as the fourth quarter was going on and then there's video of them you could see of pulling it all off the shelves was absolutely incredible you like you've got a big house in here just because I did tell the decision to pass and not run as Trey you've often referenced on the show and everyone is often referenced like netted two super bowls now for Kyle to move on because he was he was up ten in the fourth quarter of this timer and like I firmly believe Kyle's gonna get one eventually yeah being that close like shows you we've been that close the double teams but god that's probable kicks of the cameras could Joe went quickly from Saint Louis maybe we can finally find out the truth on this one Joe what's your game who's your person my game is the immaculate reception I'd like to hear from Franco Harris I was on the sideline on the Steelers sideline standing next to him when he got off the field after the play I never heard a broadcast because I was on the field at the time Joe thanks if you were to do this it would be the first time well I guess you listen he said he caught the ball point again that you may need some truth serum injected here to it if it was something different for those that don't know it was the playoff game against the raiders and there was an NFL rule that time that you could not of an offense a player could not touch the ball than somebody else rabbit right so there was a throw over the middle the one off John Frenchy Fuqua and was hit and it but it didn't your you can't tell the film wasn't he touched it or however and the ball bounced up in the R. Franco Harris just it appears to pick it up before it landed on the ground things about it I would be right because everyone says it hit a defender to the ball went backwards right but then the frame you see on TV you don't see Franco's hand so you have no idea and would you tell us the truth shout out to that colder for again the strikes I haven't seen it because I was down in the silent did he give us the pro version of Rudy accident never seen a game from the stands and by the way he said it very well casually did we believe them yeah well why not even with my real quickly let's get this last one and Tim from Connecticut what would you want to see and how would you want to hear talked about all right yeah I definitely would want to see rounder allergy take on how the home you lose value on that that said beating yes I think that was the story will it certainly was a good game well Rhonda let's see if you can go back in time speaking of that now wishes she could go back time and we'll get to that next we set of gold you will you'll just be in radio ESPN two Barbasol shaving cream America's leader for a close comfortable shave showing.

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Show on TV and endorsed Pepsi over why he had like jello Kodak head coke, putting everything and number one, seller books, and I ran was America's father like, you know, it's one thing when you're famous guy or famous politician, and then you get caught up in Chappaquiddick or, or some situation or some dalliance or something, but you're not America's father. Beloved a well, yes. I mean, this isn't the most admired man in America, now, this is not that different than Oprah. Twenty years from now. Getting caught up in sort of some white slavery thing or something like something insane. This is as if Oprah was caught up in something, not tax evasion. But something like vary in evil. That's, that's how I would say that he will at the height of his powers was basically even a little better than Oprah. Because Oprah we'll split the country. Like there's a lot of dudes like oh, please. Come on. I'm not going along with that, Bill. You quits love. Yeah. Beloved, we'll speak in a Twitter. Somebody else who used to be beloved has joined, and he wanted to make sure everybody knew O J Simpson. Join Twitter and of all days. He chose to join on the twenty fifth anniversary of the double murder, which he was acquitted of though, much of society still believes he's guilty. He's he even threatened in. One of his first tweets that he had quote a little getting even to do. And that is new Twitter account will allow him to quote set the record straight. So that was his big teaser then on Father's Day. He denied some ongoing rumors about one of the Kardashians. He has a lot to get off his chest. I guess we'll see where that goes, here's a clip from that video tweet and a brother to me is a great guy, he met, and married, Chris, and they really added to Riddick time together when they were together for that ended, but never stress never in any way, shape or form. I ever had any interest in Chris romantically sexually and I never got any indication that she had any interest in me. So all of these stories are just bogus bet tasteless. Cloy like all the girls. I'm very proud of just, like I know Bob would be if he was here. But simplified sort of matters. She's not nine I believe OJ. Never told a lie, by the way, second, only to Bill Cosby is OJ in the universally admired. I mean boy was university was like like, like a polling the polling, the, the most admire person in America certainly athlete. The reason you're gonna you're hard pressed to beat. These guys is no matter who you are these were black men in the seventies, and in the eighties, so that the notion that you could be the most beloved father figure athlete father recognizable face, and Anna blast basis even further made it mean a greater accomplishment, and those guys were far beyond Johnny Carson or any guys. Everyone knows Johnny Carson and he's funny. I guess he seems like he's a do off off camera, whatever, but there was none of that now loved. So all he's got. Is the sort of dangling? These tidbits out about being the baby daddy or or affairs with that's his thing. Like I talked to. I think I saw Franco, Harris Franco Harris was interviewed about the catch in the macula reception and Franco. By all accounts. Good guy. Franco, Harris that big catch against the raiders, and Frenchy Fuqua, and it got lit up Tatum, or whoever it was the ball in the air. And they, they don't really have footage of whether the ball, touched the ground or whether he picked it up off the turf for never touched the ground, and it's one of the most famous I kind of plays in history. And then there's, like, statues of it, and Pittsburgh and stuff like that. And it's what got Pittsburgh. Turn them into the dynasty. They were in the seventies. But if you talk to Franco, Harris about that catch he will always say you never know, touch the ground. And he's cagey about he's smart because he realizes as long as there's a debate it'll live on for sure to history if he says, it touch the ground or one hundred percent never touched the ground,.

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:51 min | 3 years ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Was there a moment when you play with the Steelers when you're when you're on the field, new go this isn't for me. Like, I I don't know if I can I want to do this as a career. Yeah. My my rookie year converted from quarterback and never played defense before him out there plan against all these guys and making mistake after mistake, and I made a big mistake in the red zone Cleveland or the touchdown. But Carson defensive coordinator says trying to get me fired. But before I let south farming. I'm firing you. And I thought this might not be a great profession, but the coach no came over and said, he put his arm around. And what were you? What were you looking at? What were you thinking we practice? The why is it coaches yell at players because you get frustrated because you know, it, and you think they should know it and you're over there watching and has happened in slow motion and they're out there. And it's having a thousand miles an hour. And after the fact, you know, it as as I walked off the field. Listen, I know what call us to make. I know what to do. I just I couldn't do it. But just yelling. Hello. It does. Okay. It doesn't. And I learned that from coast null. So I didn't yell at guys most often because they they understand they made a mistake. They don't need to know. Hey, you made a mistake. Yeah. Need how to fix it? The next. I you said philosophy with my kids if I give them the silent treatment after something bad's happened that sinks in far more than if you say something to them. So I don't know if that happens use it with other people than just your kids, Dan. Okay. There are times when I've done that to the Dan apps where I go silent. I go cold on them. And the message sent and the one person who would affects the most Todd Fritz? I give her insensitive cameras, rather you screaming when you do the blow up. Like, a ghost not even visible is horrible. Did you ever have a player like fritzy? I can't say that. I had. Can't make it to that level super sensitive. Has a sensitive guy did have some sensitive gas. Could you yell at Peyton not really wasn't effective way? To coach Marvin Harrison was the same way. I remember my first we were playing the patriots action. I made it as the tiles looking forward to cover new, and and he didn't talk me for two days. And then he came in my office on Friday. No. I don't joke about the game. Okay. Understand now. And then we we understood. Now, why does he thought you were making something up this on and like Taiwan by laws is gonna really wants to play against you? Because he didn't. Thank you, very good. I was just making a joke and Marvin. Today. I joke about a lot of things but not about football. You were a defensive coordinator. So I said be a defensive coordinator, you're the Rams your Wade Phillips. So what do you want to do on Sunday? Rodney and we'd been on the other for nine years. Rodney always says you have to get pressure up the middle against but you can't blitz. The do it. If you have to blitz like Brian said, he'll sit he'll know where it's going to get rid of the ball. So you have to get presser, and you have to understand is not gonna come from Aaron Donald because Bill Belichick thing is he's gonna take the most important weapon away and make the other guys bitches. So if I'm Wade Phillips, I've gone through and said, you know, what if we're gonna win the Super Bowl you have to be them be on Sunday. And you better be ready to play you're going get single block. And you got to cause havoc the whole time. Don't they follow? You gotta come off the ads, and you gotta get there. One or two times. We gotta play man coverage make him hold the ball, low lobe. And YouTube guys have to win the game. And that's my philosophy. It feels like that. When the patriots have lost a big game. You know, the giants in the Super Bowl had pressure up the middle. The ravens could bring pressure up the middle. And we we said it on the pre-game when we had the giants. I said Justin talk, we'll have a chance to be them VP because they're gonna make sure Michael Strahan doesn't beat them. In those inside. Russia's are going to have one on ones, and Justin tuck was huge that day. I what are the patriots do against a young quarterback in a very talented running back. They will mix things up, and they'll play something that they may be having played all year and saw McVeigh and Jared Goff. We're going to have to say, okay. What is this? Okay. What do we have what works against it and make those adjustments? We had the same thing in the championship game in. Oh, six when we went to the Super Bowl. We got down twenty one three. Okay. Here's what they're doing. Here's the coverage. Now with us. We scored thirty two in the second half. Last week Kansas City scored thirty one in the second half. Once they figured out. You don't know what it's going to be. And you got to be able to just quick I think saw McVeigh and golf it's how quickly can they figure it out and counteract when you look at quarterbacks it's hard to say, okay. This quarterbacks better than this quarterback because you played in an era you coached against Joe Montana. Steve Young Brett farve. We can and you had Peyton, of course. But when it comes to Brady are we going to hold losses again. Like lebron? We hold losses in the finals against him as opposed to how many times Michael got there. Six times. What about all the times? He didn't get there. Whereas Montana went there four time. What about all the other times here's Brady and LeBron getting on their year after year after year? It's unbelieva people realize how hard it is to do that to get to the championship game to win it and gets the Super Bowl nine times is it's. It's. Heard up unfathomable when did you realize that Brady was better than Payton or would be viewed better than Peyton well the longevity and winning and getting there? But like you say, you really can't compare people. They're mad at me in New England. Because of the way I rank things, but you said Joe Montana. Elway those guys, you know, we could hit them in the ne-. We could hit them in the head. We could hit their receivers coming across the middle and it was a different game. So how would those guys function? Now, I would be the one I be. Would it be fair with these rules? I agree. If I take Peyton off the board, and you can start your team with any quarterback Alta. Current rules. I those mobile quarterbacks are so difficult. And that's the way I put John Elway. Aaron Rodgers those guys who've gotten when you let's them or when you can get pressure. You gotta front for like the Rams, and you can block them on Elway could still make plays and run around and throw the ball back sixty yards across feel. You know, those mobile guys to me that that's a different element. I think always the greatest quarterback of all time. But I I look at it differently. Because he he didn't have all pro offense of guys. I think he Gary Zimmerman a tackle. And that was it. But there were times when you need a win you knew he was going to win the game for you. Then he finally got some help with Shannon Sharpe and Terrell Davis ninety one a couple of Super Bowls. But those first three I didn't think that offense was very good. And the defense was no. And they were supposed to be built on defense, and they got overmatched, but we hold those losses like the Buffalo Bills in the Minnesota Vikings when you lose the Super Bowl, it's like your bombs, but it, but you got to the Super Bowl, and we don't give credit to the Buffalo Bills. Right. I agree. John Elway was so good. I'm defensive backfield. Coach in Kansas City. Marty Schottenheimer were up four points is fourth down and ten and mardi goes for it. What are you doing coach? I'm not on the ball back to John Elway guys. Can't stop him. And I said. Did you make it? We did. Okay. Rob Thomas caught a ball. And we won the game. And we didn't have to defend that two minute drive. And we celebrate it. What do we do in the off season? I know that we like to revamp whenever there's controversy. Let's start with overtime. Let me start before that was something. You said let's start with full-time official. Get those guys working all the time. Get them in on Mondays all hundred and twenty five of them to look at every play. This is how we're going to call it. This is how we're not gonna call it make it fulltime. And then in the playoffs. He the officials together if that was a crew when that happened to other guys running for right? Hey, I saw this. You gotta we missed that. This is the flag. But because he I don't know this guy. He's supposed to be the best. You know? Cruise need to be together. Yeah. Egos. Get in the way a little bit. Unfamiliarity? Yeah. Okay. So over two overtimes. Okay. I like over time the way it is. Okay. I'm a defensive minded coach we kick off. I need to be able to hold you to feel. If you're going to drive it down fourteen plays and score. Then we we deserve to lose the game. I would these rules. I would want to kick off stop the other team. Maybe hold them to field goal. At least. We know what we need the second time around. All right. As far as the play the non call. How do we ensure that that doesn't happen? It's going to happen. Okay. Get used to it. Get over it. I was a student at the university of Minnesota drew Pearson pushed off on Nate right nine thousand nine hundred seventy five. Okay. He pushed off and they scored it happens. Okay. I don't know. Are you over it? I am. Oh, okay. All right. I was mad. I was nineteen years old. I was mad for a year. But it's not going to change the people in Oakland. Still tell me Frenchy Fuqua hit the ball. And it's happened in the back. Forty years. They, you know, and we'll talk about it. And it's fine. Bert. Emanuel caught the ball. Okay. We didn't go to the Super Bowl. I'm like drew Brees. We didn't go. How how does the tuck rule get called, Mike? How does that play get cold? You do you think of this? It's an overreaction to something that happens, we try to fix it. And then you don't understand this unintended consequences from wasn't talking the ball Charles Woodson hits Brady and Ugo. How's that formal somebody fumbled the ball, and they called it this way and should've called an incomplete pass. So they try to make a black and white rule. Cow. This whole catch. No catch thing. Ryan. Zacher? It's gone. It started with Calvin Johnson Kelvin's we saw Calvin Johnson of the ball. He's celebrating. And had the ball for ten minutes. And they call it incomplete. And then to justify that they had to come up with this rule that now we've got all these no catches for the next ten years, and it's overreaction to a bad call. So we can't overreacted this. Here's here's our question. You can have Julian Edelman career or Calvin Johnson. I'm probably taking Julian elements because I want to go to super Boca. Yeah. I I agree because it first you go Kelvin's one of the greatest athletes who's ever played that position. But the only highlight he has that we show is the touchdown. That was overturned. So there's no I mean, you can't write the history of the NFL without Julian atom because of those great catches catch against the falcons in the Super Bowl. You know that hit he took against Kam chancellor and the Seattle game. I I would take my Bank accounts not going to be as user-friendly..

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"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"frenchy fuqua" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"They come back and the winner, and he was kissing twenty thousand goodbye, you know, at the at the half time, but big comeback in these game. And then they Minnesota Viking make these such down. And he goes from jumping with tears of joy with that'd be and he was sitting with his head between his knees, dry heaving. And then he was jumping for joy. This was the afternoon that we spent with that bell the owner of this restaurant. The man who is my partner the man who is also a great influence on me. He going back and forth. This guy is going back almost like a manic depressive back and forth between having between his name's jumping up down passing blood. Then. Saying, hey, I had a perfectly turn bowel movement to me feeling only to me. Let's not talk anymore, but his twin inhabits I am. So to me and only to me, it's something fishy. Going on. Sisi. Go ahead teams come from behind the time. Yeah. Okay. Dick when they come from behind all the time name a game. Like this that you have seen. We were just talking about the hail Mary pass between the Dallas Cowboys. The Vikings went always nineteen seventy five. Nineteen seventy five. Would you stop with that ridiculous word that is as valid the game as any game played today was exactly the similar situation. The Cowboys needed a desperation touchdown. They got it. The only difference was a little bit more time on the clock in that game. There wasn't this game. And. But very very similar the passes were incredible. The catches were incredible. The fact that the score came that no one was expecting it. Nobody spirited in that game either. So I think it's the second coming of the of the hail, Mary or whatever you wanna call it. The immaculate bachelor reception has immaculate reception. The immaculate reception was when I got the immaculate reception is when Franco Harris cut, the tear, the tutti Noman Franco Harris caught a pass that ricocheted off a Frenchy Fuqua. I don't know. I got it. Look, I know about you guys and the more you talk, the more you ball something. I'm so which one of your jumpers went for this story because Frank get Frank hill. We'll have time for Frank. It was the it was the Minnesota Vikings. The Dallas Cowboys there on the line. I think. Talked Frank get him up Frank. Hi, it's Margaret how are you doing there? Frank tell us about the hail Mary pass of nineteen seventy five very similar to what happened to the game today. I'm Jim right now Franken's, Phil. Well, what happened was this? You had Roger start Stabak of the Dallas Cowboys. And of course, you had Fran taking ten. What's that? I'm sorry target. But this is when the Dallas Cowboys were on offense and starbuck went back through and the ball guy caught. And and that was that. No. I don't know what you asked. You just wanted to know what happened? Okay. So anyway, thanks a lot for what was that about? You wanted to know what happened in the game? I knew what happened in the game. I was about to tell Rudy what happened in the game. No, what happened in the game Margaret's wanted to give Franken there. I didn't know what happened in the game. I just taught Margaret just sit tight here for a second. So we've got Ted bell. But Rudy is on the line with his Ted is off collecting his thoughts. And he believes that he's got a case to be made that the game is fixed. Good luck with that. Why do you say that? What do you blow it off people? Are they're always seeing the games fix. But a lot of people, especially gamblers that swear up games fixed. I don't have a dog in this fight by either here, nor there to me. It doesn't make any difference to me. But I know is that is very upset dead until you know, twenty jeez. I can I pay the bed off. But I was going to I was standing stood to make twenty thousand more money at twenty thousand dollars more if the saints one, and they're in the lead, and they lose like that. So that I wanna tell you about the the hail Mary game. I knew about the Mary game. I don't know why Margaret wanted to tell you about it..

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