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"george sauer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The afternoon here till six o'clock tonight eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six mo is in Brooklyn no no we don't know why you kill it you got that flight the one with the onions I have not seen it yet I I I will check it out I have not seen it yet if I can get us a couple months until your great great story than a little pet peeve I have okay watch it's good to be in the sanction of the Mets in the late nineties and two thousands of fact that you watch piazza on that though eighteen and nineteen England come into play that's why we lost the series but that's not the reason for the call I'm sure where killed level what's the German Walker the physically challenged sections out of his pocket is take the money and buying all the kids that ice cream nobody sees him I'm with my start is to teachers next minimum walks over this is those three seats to take I wondered watching that game with my son Joe Frazier and Marvin that gentleman was talking about and he did some work on his flaws that you wouldn't believe in front of me L. Preston Wilson and I dialed out Jackson song so is the reason for the call one of my pet peeves and then when I don't have yet but I'm going to have so with these players and then we were talking about yes the year today we will be joined with issues that's what along with this which isn't even once told me that if you want the boots cleats and uniform you would probably pass out at second base so we compared to these athletes the yesterday's athlete that has to be a lot of I know Joe said that earlier in the week you can't deal with the technology and and their lives you just so much there but we have to really look at that yes the Iraqi little bit different the new pet peeve that when you're going to have this when you're watching you and seeing what's in so many sports without the audience I think it's going to annoy you the way they play up there that the audience was there well the president I think the presentation has to be catered to the fact that there isn't a live audience evolved however ended with that yeah people that you don't want only it's it's tough to figure out I mean the only frame of reference I have right now is pro wrestling which is not a sport it's entertainment I think we all know that they have continued on and it's awkward that there's no crowd but they have tried to change nothing they still have the the glitzy intro because they still have the promos of wrestlers talking to a crowd that is in there and it's very very awkward but you know we're a month plus into it and I'm used to it now there's a wrestling pay per view on Sunday and I'm not watchin I'm not even gonna think twice about the fact there's no crowd there because it's been like that for a month and a half and I think with MMA with boxing with baseball when we get it with football with basketball it will be weird at first we'll have our critiques of what they should do and what they shouldn't do it first but then it's going to be the sport or just gonna be happy it's there mmhm right but there's no perfect answer on what you're supposed to do without a crowd like look at basketball we supposed to do should there be silence should you still play music should you still play you know kind of things that usually are placed to pump up the crowd what should you do I don't know the answer to it only there is an answer to it we just have to figure it out Gary's in Connecticut Hey Gary Gary how are you Hey guys thanks for taking my call I was calling I share my moment the next seventy chapters of Joe McCue years younger than you are and as you mentioned I remember listening to the game and then fell to make an a of radio I have my garage and for me that was my first championship for the third time I was a Yankee and giants fan so my current living through sixty nine but I think more than anything else if you recall one mall called Willis walking out of the tunnel and then and then right after Christmas right before tip off and then you get those two jumpers only I still remember that given how young I was probably one of the top sports moments in all the years and they have to remember that even on the radio I don't know how loud it was and people say it was crazy but I I just remember as a kid I never heard anything so out of my life when you walk in accounts it was unbelievable I mean it's a it's a great moments when a great moments in the history of sports I mean no certainly New York sports it's you know it's right up there I mean you know so I was great I mean I gave seven in Willis it knows to Johnson and what else can you say you know I conduct yells I conduct is the word that you know you fifty years ago today what to believe yeah really is always a surprise at that point in time it was a spry sixteen year old it makes you feel longer ago Fauria it does it makes you feel extremely long ago did you hear and I think Marc Berman wrote the story in the post that Phil Jackson who didn't play that year he was heard right year took a picture of Willis reed while he was kind I guess there were needles in him as they were shooting the model right I've never seen that yeah and he never never shared the picture because red told him don't share it that's private rentals many media Lee said I don't want anybody to see it and so that's why I feel respected and never showed it even to this day no one has seen the picture but the pictures exist that Phil talk of Willis reed get Kenya shot up with your shot up yeah he's it's he's on the trainer's table about thirty minutes before game seven and the picture depicts a significantly sized needle protruding out of Willis resort F. by I'm sure many imagine adviser no I can't imagine we'll lose some actions that the mayor was could barely walk I mean if you you know you watch you watch style if you watch these games and I know you'll see a meal with an up and down the court when he's out there he's played out much in his game and he really didn't play that much meat sauce first two shots I don't know how much after that he really played but but like you said he it worked because he intimidated the Lakers enough yet Larry's in queens ARE I'm always paying attention I will try to get back in a second then Johnny in Wantagh Hey Johnny Johnny there's no way that they can read your little over Michael Jordan I didn't have that Michael Jordan poster I had the dog I Johnstone Jordan right okay I know I I was I did not get your conference finals game six and then we got a heart broken in game seven mmhm but no way I don't care how old you are what kind of band you are whatever you you can't move but Jordan I'm sorry your kids like Jordan but I respect him as a player but no way if your niche then is the way you you look for Michael Jordan any way shape or form yeah Hey look you know my feeling on that I don't think it's even debatable you're right because it has that right that's a great answer because that's truly what I think a lot of knick fans would have on their wall you know as much as I know it bothers you because they didn't win the series at least it's a bureau next moment of course of course me growing up as a kid I never had anything on my wall that wasn't related to the teams I root for right now I don't either the only thing I can think of is like an iconic player from before my time mmhm no I right now I'm doing the show I have a picture up of Jackie Robinson Jackie Robinson never played for the Mets but I also right now it is always more than a baseball player but right it's not like I competed as a fan against Jackie same when really may not great and really play for the Mets but we all know the deal will is John Willie Mays not a mess of course and even Babe Ruth as a Yankee Babe Ruth or something else but this is all sold before the time of you watching sports if somebody was inflicting sports pain on you celebrating about I had I had four posters that I can remember when I was in high school yeah I I remember four poses I had one one that pulls the which receiver and it adds rejet posters that name is don Maynard and George Sauer those impulses I had up in my room so makes it makes sense yet though those little ones so when you say you don't have a Johnny knight is poster there was no Johnny knows okay yeah I did it I mean I I'd love to get John United to be honest with no no no no I guess after John United split the obviously I did not have a Johnny United supposed it enters in Scarsdale good afternoon and through our you happy Friday guys thank you not not that I needed a reminder of how great Jordan was but watching watching the last dance you know certainly brings it all back I mean other than the the finals that they lost the first game I I don't I don't think they were ever down more than one game and not in finals so that that being said Gillibrand do anything the hence Jordan as the greatest ever let's say he wins another two titles I mean he's gotten to know and finals let's say finishes maybe top three in scoring can can he and his career with any sort of additional accomplishments that would maybe bolster his case the mobile operators Jordan you think secure as as the co you know I don't think there's anything he could do because I think the decision's been decided by many I think those that believe Michael is the greatest of all time there's nothing lebron would do to change it and I think those that have already you said a I think lebron is the greatest of all time they were just debating these two guys obviously we all think right Kareem should be talked about here quite magic rossoll Oscar whatever you wanna bring up right but in terms of this discussion his question I don't think there's anything lebron can do Joe because I think the decision's been made by enough people I don't think someone would change that right right the bride doesn't it doesn't have the likability factor that Jordan had well you know you know what else you know what else he doesn't have and I'm not saying this is fair because I've argued this other side many times but I know a lot of people feel this way there is something special about the fact that Michael Jordan never lost in the NBA finals yeah well it's true bill Russell lost in the NBA finals Kareem lost only once in very early just to read to the St Louis hawks you're right but it's still in the fifties but he did lose but he didn't lose you in a shack lost in the NBA finals even the great Tim Duncan who I say is so underrated yeah the loss in the finals Colby magic you name it they all lost right lebron James has lost I'll do this for lebron not once not twice not three times you sign up for times not five so six times in the NBA finals.
"george sauer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Mount Adams merry hi Mike how you doing great how are you dealing at great great interview about general Flynn's there is not a doubt in my mind that he will be exonerated me pal his attorney is the maid she is something America yes yes yes and I think our is is really honest as well as term and I think this is just the tip of the iceberg are going to be so many arrest people without what will be found at and we're gonna start with Peter Strzok and Lisa page and we got Sally Yates there's so much involved in the email I've been following it pretty closely so don't doubt it it's going to happen and it's only the tip of the iceberg absolutely bomber department of justice is thirty two bit top best the real reason the other reason I called was about the yeah yeah yeah yeah my junior summation of that with our allies and inspired her drawing this out so that we can yeah Bruin trying to consummate but I also think there's a second component to that and that is the family voted by mail because that increase dividends championing using the shower bomb out there talking about you see George Sauer than out there well he's I mean he's he's wrong millions of dollars let me let me make this you ever notice it's only Democrats who want not in person voting you ever notice why do you why it's because of breathing body has to show up to the to the to the polls and it definitely they could just stuffing ballots lately you know boss **** style in the nineteen hundreds absolutely and I feel like a jerk Joe Biden is a placeholder he is gonna I know a lot of people kind of wonder if you're not shall Hillary I would be dead I wouldn't be surprised if it were about and Michelle is really out there pushing it because she's someone entered the race until she gives him the chance if you much pride the order by mail gets passed she then make it doesn't maybe she's not you know and I don't know how old you are I would never ask a woman her age but what is such a big deal in this is Mike it's a generational thing perhaps but what is so hard about waking up on the first Tuesday in November getting out of bed get your car or in many cases walked to the polling place cast your vote get your sticker walk out I don't know about you but when I walk out of there I feel pretty darn good about it yeah absolutely yeah I look forward to it and another thing too and it's actually my birthday this year so I'm really hoping that the trump plan for my birthday but I do that bill Cunningham yesterday I don't know if you noticed he made the comment that Amy acted might have political aspirations to run against trump for that yeah good luck with that that was the real stunners so anyway yeah interesting definite activist I'm upset with the wind for choosing her she you know it's not just that I'm I'm pro life but she's an actor that she is a hard core Obama person her whole family white campaigning for Obama she's not just your run of the mill okay let's cross the island the night she is she is an active as well and it's coming out now Merion appreciate the call thank you okay thank you you know and we talked about this Mike I early on watching this I didn't know anything about doctor acting but when it started yeah when she started being out in the media just about every day did a little bit a day again and I saw the whole situation without her choice point of view and in the back of my mind I thought this might take awhile but this is going to come up and it's going to be an issue it eventually yeah yeah I mean I would think politically I mean Mike DeWine has been doing this for decades politically he's a smart guy you have to wonder I mean if he even considered a boy you know well you know I'll tell you and I said before I've got a history although it's been some years ago with my two Y. N. like Cunningham said yesterday whatever he he talked to on the bills right he is a fine man he's an honorable man us you will not find any elected official in my humble opinion in this state that is more pro life than Mike DeWine but Mike it it must've had a reason to choose her and might snow dummy and I'm sure he thought about that that whole situation with her position on abortion but I guess his heart in his conscious conscious told him to do that I don't know but I tell you the warm kind of turn this week yeah on a dime too yeah I didn't really I mean and I saw something earlier in the week and I don't know whether it's still true or not but I guess and I didn't read I only saw the headline we're governor DeWine and governor Beshear in Kentucky are the two governors in the country that have the highest approval rating so I guess we'll see Hey listen we gotta take a break but will be back Mike Allen Mike Allen junior seven hundred WLW it's hard to believe just weeks ago everything was great now you can't even get a hair cut it's frustrating some things you can do and some things you can't and it seems like the toughest thing is to get answers we understand that's why we're doing our best.
"george sauer" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Ray apparently most doesn't either now most likes it enough to give my hat eight congratulations you are the first winner of our hats today the eagles twenty twenty city of brotherly love draft city had available now at Philadelphia eagles pro shop at Lincoln financial field you must be delighted him I am extremely glad you got the Best Buy I hold on most gonna at most is going to walk you through it and get your information I'm not saying he's correct ray right now because ultimately if I had to bet I don't but I do think that if you're a smart organization and you drafted yesterday at least in your mind was the possibility there's not gonna be college football this year to have that effect impacts your pics I don't know but I have to think that how in the other guys are smart enough they said okay what does this mean uhhuh yeah I think that's probably true but again it doesn't it doesn't change the the basic elements of what you're into what does your decision is in the second round I mean you have to deal with what's now what's right in front of him and what's going to be about this season if indeed you have a season and how does it affect your quarterback how does it affect your overall structure of your team to me was just you know I've had a couple days now to think about it and I've heard all the explanations and I still don't I spent I I still don't get it my first question you today was it having slept on it again do you feel any better and you don't know and and the thing is like I keep coming back to the idea that I guess it's coming off like I'm saying I don't think I don't you kid can play I think he's a bad player I don't think that at all yeah I just don't think and and I heard one of the one of the guys on on TV when the pick was made said all this is a great this is great for the coach this is great for the team and great for the player and I couldn't disagree more I don't think Daniel Jeremiah who I usually find yeah I mean I don't I don't do you have that I don't see that I don't see that's good for the team I don't think it's a good fit for him you know I think if you if you give me the situation we had a chance to compete for a job you can really compete for a job like now but I I you know I was I thought that was the total opposite I don't see how it helps him and I'm not so sure I see autopsy eagles at least now yeah bill in Lehigh Valley was talk actually but our interview with set joining yesterday Hey bill hi there I do I just want to say how much I really enjoyed that discussion with Seth Joyner and I love football and his love of football in his knowledge just enhance the enjoyment of the game for me especially with his post game analysis and football come across again it's it's a simple game blocking and tackling it hasn't but like all simple things not too simple if you don't execute you know it's fascinating to to listen to him say because I've never heard this and we always knew he was a smart player and and ray you work with music he's a brilliant Alice yes but him talking about the amount of time he put into learning buddy Ryan's defense and he got it and then he was talking about how when when you know what we still wonder why is Reichenbach playing ahead of Byron Evans because he understood the defense because he understood the defense right and then sets talked about kind of trying to clue Byron in anybody telling him don't do that he's going to have to learn to sink or swim do not tell him that to me was of all we talked about that was the most interesting part of it there was fifty three everybody has their own job and they have to do it and I also have another another point here another great story are you tap when it used to be Texas western don Maynard so I think D. much like that number thirteen yep eight receiver yeah hang out hall of Famer thank you bill yeah yeah but I feel name if they're back with Joe name is George Sauer in Emerson boozer ray yeah well and don Maynard was I mean you look at his numbers are pretty amazing I mean in terms of I mean was perfect pairing a George Sauer was the great underneath route running shorthanded move the chains kinda guy before anybody talked about that and then Maynard was the stretch the field guy who could really run I mean he was still like out running guys when he was in his thirties he's kind of freakish that way but I thought I thought Seth was great yesterday I mean it didn't surprise me because working with them every Sunday I know how smart he is and but I but the thing that comes across and and the caller just said it was it comes across you can hear it in his voice how much help passionate he is about the game yeah how much he loves the game yeah I know and he's old school makes no apologies for nor should he but that's why I mean the last question I asked him it's a question people always ask me why isn't this guy coaching and I think I use I hope he I would hate to lose him I'd hate to lose him as a as a as a as a table mate because I I love watching the games with them and I love doing the show with them but to me it is that kind of that kind of football intelligence and that kind of just raw passion for the game the NFL needs more guys like that you know and I I really do hope and he said has to be right situation is not going to just jump at anything that's going to be the right head coach it's got to be the right and it's got to be the right system yeah there there's a lot of there's a lot of jobs in the NFL you know walking into it it's not gonna last won a couple years now and he doesn't want to do that any smart enough to know not to do that but the thing I remember was remember the night that we did the the the benefit the fundraiser of national liberty museum yes with you in September mail right and I mean it was a great now was a great night and with you know the smartest football conversation ever was when you've labeled it and I'm not able to eat and you know what I feel like I didn't overstate it no well I don't know what I contributed but those two guys a tribute aplenty but the thing I remember is you know Seth Seth was safe at night I mean he was you know that he was safe to the twentieth power that night and walking out when I was walking out with your meal and vermeil said you know if I was still coach in the NFL I would hire that guy in a second what was what he said you know what having to be like a dream line how about a minute would that be a pairing for males the head coach and is your do you see your love that hi how would that play in this town of got it let's get Tom and downing town you're on with rangeland Tommy a gentleman how are you guys doing today we're bringing an end so ray I just want to say I love listening to your analysis every weekend but right now if your brother's available either hi I have a question for Laurie okay all right made a nice appearance yesterday and and by the way our is the Royce knocking very briefly in the first segment today when a caller got you going right yeah yeah that's what that's exactly what I want to do I what I really want to take Carson Wentz off the field when the eagles are in the red zone so my question is that the the question about the first day in the first pick for me is not why didn't you trade off it's why didn't you trade down if you were targeting reader all along and he was considered by most NFL scouts that I saw online may be like a seven eighth or ninth best receiver and you know there's other people that want receivers why not move down a few spots you still get on and then maybe get another pick maybe a low second rounder Hari third round pick especially considering all the needs you have there's so much more you could have done for all the talk about how we being a great Wheeler and dealer yesterday and the day before why did you do anything on day one of the you can get more value if you want to raise your your thing he could've they could've gotten something else raise your question it is a fair question well I'll answer you straight up I I think that they they like rigor that much I think they really really I I don't think they view him there was a very there's a very big split of opinion about rigor around the lake some teams like them other teams looked at him as a late second round guy there was no unanimity and in the view of him and I understand it because there's there are that many holes in his game right now but I don't think the eagle saw that I think the eagles really really liked him I I think he's the guy they want it and so and listen they passed up a good player in Jefferson who went I'm I'm sure the I'm sure the Minnesota Vikings were set by the eagles and they see the eagles come up to twenty one and Jefferson's on the board I guarantee you the Vikings never thought that have a shot at Jefferson because you saw how quickly could they how quickly they turn to pick in I mean I'm sure they were stunned I'm sure they were stunned at the eagles went for returning gratefully jump right on Jefferson he was there but I bet you they didn't expect that at so I the only one you could damage could have traded at an answer your question could they have traded back and gotten rigor I think they could have I think they could have but I don't think they felt they could have and I think that within that building I think they felt like he was their guy and that that that with the chance to get about twenty one that's what they wanted to do when they get what they wanted it we will see how it plays out all right coming up I'm very excited about this you've been in touch with this guy a lot in range to get him on the air Mike Tollin ray you tell the people who he is well my tolls a local guy has a lot of the same sports rooting interests that we all do I mean he's a big Phillies fan taught loves talking about the day's Connie Mack stadium he still has for years has been trying to produce a film about Richie Allen Richie Allen was his boyhood idol growing up and since he's become a filmmaker he's desperately wanted to do as a Dick Allen thirty for thirty documentary at the end I think will be a good one yeah you know we're working on trying to get to a gallon for until yeah there's everywhere can help with that and great story to be told I listen to Dick Allen gets in the hall of fame and there's a really good chance that he might this year of that I think that could happen but Mike's a Philly guy loves the Philly teams come from that era and these you're going out to Hollywood he's become a very successful producer both in television and in films he was the guy to produce this TV series arlis people remember that that ran for a good number of years and he's done a number of films and coach Carter with the same Ella Jackson needed radio he's done varsity blues right now he did it last year he did a film about Chuck weapon that starred Liev Schreiber and right now he's working on a film on the life story of John Dorn boss yeah which certainly is a great story to tell those with that one but the thing he's got going right now the big thing is he is the executive producer of last dance which is the Michael Jordan documentary which is just setting all kinds of records we're gonna come back and talk to him next on ninety four W. IP while millions of Americans.
"george sauer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You're listening to on CBS sports radio at the plate of all today little of whipping post and of course the the Allman brothers band to read this great songs opening over the year from another fifteen minutes so we'll take it right up to ten o'clock with my partner Evan Roberts will come your way nationally on the on CBS sports radio course locally on WFAN in the New York metropolitan area eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four CBS lady in Connecticut is with us we are you great job nice project well you're in the business really appreciate the support what it meant thank you I want to get into this Derek Harper disparaging patio and all I missed it although I was told to stay out of it Derek Kaufman took a shot at Patrick Ewing you said Sir are you know it's it's all over you know him at all we were disparaging Ewing said reason anyone hi all ninety four I'm I'm not going to be Connecticut St John's family doing mostly out of the right that said I jumped as high as the bush or what we want to drop lots of course of course he was a great player for us for a long time but it's not just us at no point was overrated Pat Riley but I game seven loss John Starks or get it you're the guy that he was called for a change because your world I'm sure a lot and it gets used right okay we have a lot of that why is that yeah I know that's a great point and I I know we speculate a lot after they lost that game seven you know stocks the stocks are the great game in game six but of course he missed that shot at the end we actually realize what god is that his finger on it to kind of knock it away that's a great point I didn't see that hot so offering Oakley of taking shots now what you want really so yeah it's been you know going around this week and all the different qualities Oakley was saying that you know you we was not really the focal leader I have to be the leader of the chamber then and then there are were checked in this week well here's a spare parts the news Johnny come lately yeah because let me tell you don't walk away with all their Acosta had a tremendous it was it was a good play for them and had a tremendous series in the finals against Houston and he was great he might have been the MVP if the next one series he could have been so off I was more than a bit player I mean he was a solid play for them you know one thing about those teams to what I brought this up obviously you're ready to I understand losing to allies wanted ninety four to a Latin obviously when they lost in the finals and ninety nine to San Antonio you it was heart and you know it they really don't have much of a shot against David Robinson and Tim Duncan in that series with that said we were talking about this is bracket a paint thing there's been so many games in the Ewing era where free throws he killed the Knicks I mean killed them and they all miss the match is Patrick missed them so but they all missed them you go back to Charles Smith memorial ninety three Davis fifteen thousand a day you go back to the game one against you the added ninety five that ended with the Ewing finger roll in light rally walking out the door to Miami how many Davis big free throws they put at seven point lead with eighteen seconds left against the Pacers how many pick threes three tolls if they miss Johnstone missed two big free throws at the end of that game I'm not gonna put it on your wall arguing I'm not so I'm not going to do that do a lot of different things that contributed to them not not winning a championship in in Patrick's into Patrick Ewing era a lot of different things losing game three in the Houston series at the garden but Sam Cassell killed them I think there's just so many so many different moments and you know not being able to be Jordan I mean let's you know let's let's be honest about that so I'm surprised these guys took shots at Patrick I really am all right again it's eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two for CBS let's get that how long island he's with us how how are you Joe what's going how you doing I'm all right how what's Shakin but we got here your I'm talking about the jets here but one of the best cell shooters ever on in NYC and I'm sixty five I'm right behind you it Barnett yeah he had that left shot a we get only one right what do you all that that whole team if you look at the championship teams all those guys get you free throws Willis could find every girls choir everybody shot of you know different times back yeah yeah yeah I tweeted earlier I just wanted to say responses so crazy right now we're all home I've been watching all you too and if you ever want to see a great New York Jets team the sixty eight jet Alec Baldwin actually narrates this was the America's game it's America's game right you know what I don't remember exactly which what is the heat if you go to YouTube all right once you stop will come up but I mean is that with the team and what did they have they had a great offensive line a day and a great yeah they had a and it is the championship team in sixty eight had a very good the thought on the rated I believe there were number one in the NFL defense that year they were very good defensive football team as well they were anywhere I have talked over the years I would actually ask you can't get your game I can get some raiders going you're on your way down to your father down you are my smile New Jersey yeah we watched it down it's so it's so what else yup yup and we're they're all home games are always blocked out there but are you I still I tweeted it I still think one of the best QB wide receiver the payment in Maynard they are unbelievable choice al was a tremendous receiver to join our guard George Sauer doesn't get the credit for being as good as he was and he was a tremendous receiving your plate outlawing required yeah I was phenomenal any good good lord took him way too early I can get work started about three years ago yeah well yes recently yeah yeah it does yeah that's the way it works you know listen to all these good time thank god your home yep will break the record more yeah I did my wife did a brilliant job yeah I gotta get my wife out thanks thank you for the call I gotta get my wife a lot of credit which is getting up here really should have to and she gets off makes will breakfast and you know makes the coffee it does the whole thing so god bless are no doubt about that yeah George hours great man it is in the name of the Maynard Hey look they're they're the only team the water temperature for the jets so they they are there right and I believe what you're talking about with Alec Baldwin narrating is actually the America's game of the series which is all the Superbowl champions and NFL network is that a phenomenal job with that so what you get a chance to see it it's very very good gym in Manhattan is with us Jim how are you morning Joe I was an usher ticket taker deal through Maurice the top concert for awhile because back in the cigar yeah absolutely sure yep yep the Grateful Dead actually played for midnight to six AM shows in a row I mean they think they could have left after two three in the morning they really gave people their money for out there what they run from midnight to six in the morning that that back at the old Fillmore take a couple of breaks for ten minutes for it I want to tell you six in the morning I'm exhausted I'm standing there you know helping ensure all night I want to ask you what about the group the band from service aces concert film the last waltz you know a group of course Robbie Robertson and Levon helm right of course but what what may be the greatest live album of all time is rock of ages by the band right yeah it is a site for a lot you know I'm not I'm not great be that big on live albums but as far as live albums go I can't think of many that are better than that one the last waltz is a very good one and they played a phasing out with Bob Dylan Bob Dylan and that's a lot of people with a a Bob Dylan Neil Young and they played a famous concert Watson's going about seventy three with the almonds in the end the day which might actually been better than Woodstock of social change those are the best American groups but anyway listen on foot zero you know twenty two or twenty three teams did pass on Dan Marino it's not just the jets and I think Ethan and Blackledge were a lot worse than kennels the call Brian was not a terrible quarterback by any stretch of yet yeah it's a very good years is no doubt about it some terrific years I mean nineteen eighty five nineteen eighty six you you know yeah it's a really good is that even eat all right onto what he played right right up to ninety one you know that whatever night it went boom which took over I guess ninety three to ninety two I guess was o'brien's last year with the jets but you're right he was he was better than he got credit for but he wasn't real and they tried to outsmart themselves with apple so look I appreciated Jeff thanks for the call I guess we gotta run want to thank all the they call the call is great job is always wanted Michael Carroll David hack walk rose to contribute drop by at three PM at all events coming up everybody have a great weekend we'll.
"george sauer" Discussed on WEEI
"Of course locally on WFAN in the New York metropolitan area eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two for CBS Lee in Connecticut is with us Lee how are you all right Joe thanks for checking out by your end of the business really appreciate the sports bar so I got it man thank you I want to get into this Derek Harper disparaging Patrick all in all I missed was lotus out of it Derek Cooper took a shot at Patrick Ewing you said Sir are you know it's it's all over you know him at all we were disparaging Ewing said the reason that it won the title in ninety four I'm I'm Norwegian Connecticut St John's family doing mostly out of the right that says I trust this is the bush or what we want to drop lots of course of course he was a great player for us for a long time which never discussed it's how nobody was ever going to be a Pat Riley that game seven loss John Starks I get it you're the guy that he was because your world you should relax and get used to that all right right okay we have a lot about why is that yeah I know that's a great point and I I know we speculate a lot after they lost that game seven it also blocks the stocks are the great game in game six but of course he missed that shot at the end watch you've got a lot of our guys there is finger on it to kind of knock it away well that's a great point I didn't see that hot so offering Oakley of taking shots now what you want really so yeah it's been you know going around this week and all the different qualities Oakley was saying that you know you we was not really the focal leader I had to be the leader of the chamber then and then there are projected this week well are announcing it was Johnny come lately yeah because let me tell you don't walk away with all Derek Cooper had a tremendous was it was a good play for them and had a tremendous series in the finals against Houston and he was great he might have been the MVP if the next one series he could have been solved but I was more than a bit player I mean he was a solid play for them you know what think about those teams to what I brought this up obviously ran into I understand losing to allies wanted ninety four to a Latin obviously when they lost in the finals in ninety nine to San Antonio you it was heart and you know it they really don't have much of a shot against David Robinson and Tim Duncan in that series with that said we've been talking about this is bracket a paint thing there's been so many games in the Ewing era where free throws killed the Knicks I mean killed them and they all miss the match is Patrick missed them so but they all miss them you go back to Charles with the war you'll ninety three Davis fifteen thousand okay you go back to the game one against the Indiana ninety five that ended with the Ewing finger roll in light rally walking out the door to Miami how many Davis big free throws they put at seven point lead with eighteen seconds left against the Pacers how many pick threes three goals that they miss Johnstone ox missed two big free throws at the end of that game I'm not gonna put it on your wall arguing I'm not that I'm not going to do that do a lot of different things that contributed to them not not winning a championship in in Patrick's into Patrick Ewing era a lot of different things a losing game three in the Houston series at the garden with Sam Cassell killed them all right there's just so many so many different moments and you know not being able to be Jordan only let's you know let's let's be honest about that so I'm surprised these guys took shots at Patrick I really am all right again it's eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two for CBS let's get that how long island he's with us how how are you Joe what's going how you doing I'm all right how what's Shakin when we got here your I'm talking about the jets here but one of the best cell shooters ever on in New York and I'm sixty five I'm right behind you it Barnett yeah he had that left shot a we get only one right what do you all that that whole team if you look at the championship teams all those guys get you free throws Willis could find every girls club everybody shot up you know different times back yeah yeah yeah I tweeted earlier I just wanted to say responses so crazy right now we're all home I've been watching a lot of you too and if you ever want to see a great New York Jets team this sixty eight jet Alec Baldwin actually narrates this what's the America's game it's America's game right you know what I don't remember exactly which what is the heat if you go to YouTube all right once you stop will come up but I mean that with the team and what did they have they had a great offense through line a day and a great and they had a and it is the championship team in sixty eight had a very good these are all the rated I believe there were number one in the NFL defense that year yeah they were very good defensive football team as well they were anywhere I have talked over the years I was actually at the championship game against the raiders nine your on your way down to your father down you are my smiled on the New Jersey yeah we watched it down it still if Philadelphia area yup yup and good with their all home games are always blocked out then but I I still I tweeted it I still think one of the best QB wide receiver the payment in Maynard they are unbelievable enjoy sal was a tremendous receive it tomorrow join our guard George Sauer doesn't get the credit for being as good as he was and he was a tremendous recibir played out law requires yeah I was phenomenal any good good lord took him way too early I can get your right about three years ago yeah well yes recently yeah yeah I W. is the way anyway if you'll listen to always good time thank god your home yet we'll be right back here more yeah I did my wife did a brilliant job yeah I gotta get my wife out thanks thank you for the call I gotta get my wife a lot of credit which is getting up here really should have to and she gets off makes will breakfast and you know makes the coffee it does the whole thing so god bless are no doubt about that yeah George hours great made it in the name of the Maynard Hey look they're they're the only team the water temperature for the jets so they they they're it and I believe what you're talking about with Alec Baldwin narrating is actually the America's game of the series which is all the Superbowl champions and NFL network is that a phenomenal job with that so what if you get a chance to see it it's very very good gym in Manhattan is with us Jim how are you morning Joe how I was an usher ticket taker deals through Maurice the top concert draw while because back in the cigar yeah absolutely sure yep yep the Grateful Dead actually played for midnight to six AM shows in a row I mean they think they could have left after two three in the morning they really give people their money's worth out there what Iran from midnight to six in the morning that that back at the old Fillmore it would take a couple of breaks for ten minutes for someone to tell you six in the morning I'm exhausted I'm standing there you know helping out your all night I want to ask you what about the group the band from service aces concert film the last waltz you know that group of course Robbie Robertson and Levon helm right of course but what what may be the greatest live album of all time is rock of ages by a bad right from that is a fight for a lot you know I'm not I'm not great beat that big on live albums but as far as live albums go I can't think of many that are better than that one the last waltz is a very good one and they played a phase now with Bob Dylan Bob Dylan and that's a lot of people worry about doing the young and they played a famous concert Watson's going about seventy three with the almonds and the and the dead which might actually been better than Woodstock disposal search those are the best American groups but anyway listen on foot zero you know twenty two or twenty three teams did pass on Dan Marino it's not just the jets and I think Ethan and Blackledge were a lot worse than kennels although not all of the call Brian was not a terrible quarterback by any stretch of yet yeah it's a very good years is no doubt about it some terrific years I mean nineteen eighty five nineteen eighty six you you know you had some really good his foot up even you know right onto what he played right right onto ninety one you know that whatever night it went boom what took over I guess ninety three to ninety two I guess was o'brien's last year with the jets but you're right he was he was better than he got credit for but he wasn't real and they try to outsmart themselves with apple so look I appreciated Jeff thanks for the call I guess we got to run.
"george sauer" Discussed on Retropod
"Com. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen world with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the super bowl. New York jets quarterback Joe Nemeth known and then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami Hotel in a Turquoise Cadillac Nemeth known to sometimes show Eh Games. Still drunk from the previous evening's activities. was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak Namus said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway Joe tipsy free willing amorous and so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later the jets will win in Sunday and said `I garin teeth. I the colts win by a large score. Today I'm GonNa say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I think New York to win forty one thirty one. Nemo's prediction wasn't just hockey. It was really New York over forty one called the his opponent. The the Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites nameless knees were beat up. The colts have the second most potent offense in football in the best defense. Some were predicting a blowout. They said that it couldn't be done. But it has been near. The Third Super Bowl could gets one sixteen to seven was named most valuable player. Performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But in critical wrote the moment itself took Namus fame and pro football's popularity to different planet in fame's pecking checking order. Nemeth suddenly outrank Sinatra. The biographer wrote. Actually at that moment he outranked just about everybody who wasn't a beetle doc attendance around the NFL Sword Soda TV or ship particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The League made sure that Nemeth in the jets played in that inaugural game he's going NBA. Joe Name. After George Sauer for the touchdown everyone wanted a piece of Nemeth especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of Click Bait legendary columnist. Jimmy Breslin wrote a famous story about Nemeth For New York magazine entitled Nemeth All night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the Old Bailey side course in queens president wrote in one shot. He swallowed the mixing Xing Glass Ice Chunks. And everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down instead. Give me another one of these things kid. The place went went nuts. It is the same thing when you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for awhile not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business. The steals fading playing ability in then of course fading fame drinking was the biggest problem. Nemeth was an alcoholic alcoholic. He settled down in Nineteen eighty-four marrying Deborah. mays woman he met at a voice class with her insistence. Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later but after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporter. Suzy Kolber he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. What does it mean to you at now? Team is struggling kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throttling Nemeth apologized and entered Rehab. Namus is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand and just how much it changed his life and sports forever. I think about it now. He recently told the New York Daily News. But at the time time I didn't understand what was taking place that was beyond what I was thinking about. All I was thinking about was playing in the biggest game game of our lives. I'm Mike.
How 'Broadway Joe' redefined the NFL
"Com. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen world with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the super bowl. New York jets quarterback Joe Nemeth known and then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami Hotel in a Turquoise Cadillac Nemeth known to sometimes show Eh Games. Still drunk from the previous evening's activities. was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak Namus said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway Joe tipsy free willing amorous and so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later the jets will win in Sunday and said `I garin teeth. I the colts win by a large score. Today I'm GonNa say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I think New York to win forty one thirty one. Nemo's prediction wasn't just hockey. It was really New York over forty one called the his opponent. The the Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites nameless knees were beat up. The colts have the second most potent offense in football in the best defense. Some were predicting a blowout. They said that it couldn't be done. But it has been near. The Third Super Bowl could gets one sixteen to seven was named most valuable player. Performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But in critical wrote the moment itself took Namus fame and pro football's popularity to different planet in fame's pecking checking order. Nemeth suddenly outrank Sinatra. The biographer wrote. Actually at that moment he outranked just about everybody who wasn't a beetle doc attendance around the NFL Sword Soda TV or ship particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The League made sure that Nemeth in the jets played in that inaugural game he's going NBA. Joe Name. After George Sauer for the touchdown everyone wanted a piece of Nemeth especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of Click Bait legendary columnist. Jimmy Breslin wrote a famous story about Nemeth For New York magazine entitled Nemeth All night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the Old Bailey side course in queens president wrote in one shot. He swallowed the mixing Xing Glass Ice Chunks. And everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down instead. Give me another one of these things kid. The place went went nuts. It is the same thing when you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for awhile not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business. The steals fading playing ability in then of course fading fame drinking was the biggest problem. Nemeth was an alcoholic alcoholic. He settled down in Nineteen eighty-four marrying Deborah. mays woman he met at a voice class with her insistence. Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later but after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporter. Suzy Kolber he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. What does it mean to you at now? Team is struggling kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throttling Nemeth apologized and entered Rehab. Namus is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand and just how much it changed his life and sports forever. I think about it now. He recently told the New York Daily News. But at the time time I
"george sauer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Go to Bobby bobby's dot com. Gary in plain view. What's up, Gary? Okay. So go called earlier about the lack of players. White owners. I really offensive. The so-called though rabbi. I'm Jewish could really I guess what you call up few phone call. I mean it's not just the players as you put it. So the owners are people of all races creates colors, which is we have lots of money by team also. So you know it's not. And, you know, there was there was a time going back, historically, where men who were Jewish own is a lot of times couldn't by teams in a lot of leagues and even having by teams in the NBA first they were, they were some of the first NBA owners for that reason because they couldn't get into the old boys club. So that was that. So they, they wound up in the NBA first, so even as owners that was prejudice. So the point is, it's just ridiculous really crazy. It was really offensive. I mean fifty years from slavery. This is crazy. And and you know what? It's not every player, but it's just sometimes it's amazing how people look for things to make causes out of I mean, that's just doesn't make any sense. We all work for somebody. We all do. I mean. This company. I called the guy the owner all the time. He's not really the owner. He's like, he he, he's, he's, you know, he's the guy who started the business. Now it's a public company are calling the owner. He's not really the only now it's a public company. It's always the champion. What do you want to call them, but it's the call me on Mike in Brooklyn. What's up, Mike? I want you to bear with me. I remember while ago when Jeremy Lin was playing and somebody said something about deficiencies in his game and they use the term that is a fencing sometime in America. I don't know people forget that words have more than one minute. And so in this situation, I don't agree with the people, but you started all saying, a handful of players said this or something to that effect. This is not like the NBA players association on yet. Not yet. No, no, no. It hasn't it hasn't gotten it. But you know what? It's gotten some played there in the finals because, you know, one of the players who got involved I guess it was green got involved in this. That's one play Mike. But listen. Did to Lowery was worse than what's going on with this? If someone says we all agree with that. I mean listen. Well, this is nothing this isn't anything. This is nothing that was offensive. He deserved to be reprimanded. The way he was completely what he did was outta line completely out of line, Devon in Schenectady. What's up, Devon? Devin going once. Hello. Yes. Seven what's up? Hey, mike. I mean can we expect to start producing all star level? Coming right back. Give them a couple of weeks to get his feet on the ground. I mean you know, listen I mean he hasn't played in a while. So I don't know if he's going to get hot right off the bat or not. But if he doesn't, so you know what he's eighty. You know what he can do? We all know what he can do Brayden in Allentown. What's an Allendale what's upgrading? Hey Mike before my geo question. I think you'll find funny. My middle name is George and I'm a big jets fan. So it's been tough you as you can imagine being called Brady. And I've been thinking about it for years. Flip-flopping to George George Brennan. Instead we'll brings okay? It's not Brady. I mean, everyone calls you Brady, all my friends, call me Jerry thinking about going by George and named after George Sauer name receiver. Viggo was a great receive a great hands. George Saleh was a great receiver really was. Go ahead. Yeah. But anyway, GO or shelhah. My question is, what do you. He needs a couple of hundred more put outs in the system. But what do you think is potential is to be? And it's gonna be tough to beat nettles. But what do you think his potential is to be one of the all time fielding Yankee great? He's got long long way to go. I mean I know he's not going to be going to be a regular. You know listen, he's he's good. He's not nettles like yet, and he's not cleanest foia like by by any stretch. Those guys were magicians with the glove. Nettles became a great feel that he didn't start off as a great field. He became a great field that Boyer was a, you know, both Ken include us, cleanest, for the Yankees, Ken, for the cardinals candidates, roll around player, MVP, the whole thing, but Cletus was an incredible fielder. Chris lawrence. What's up? Chris, mike. Good. Question on the finals, you know, yesterday, you're trying to tell me that because the raptors don't have it. The fine number two guys. What I'm saying what this game? Isn't it is a weakness? It is the guy you need a go. But they, they, they because when you when you have four guys with means you don't have a guy you just like Durant needs Klay Thompson back. He had a bunch of guys the other night. How'd that work out? Didn't work out at all. Now, when you have Lowery playing well fine, but one night, it's Lowry the next night, you don't find Lowery for two. If for five games. That is a week. This is the final weakness. Just like tell me so they didn't have a number two the other night, how did that work out for Golden State not having a number two behind curry? Worked out, well at all did it now green hits shots for the other night and van Vliet is the guy who saved their bacon in the in the series against the books. He stepped up when Lowery was having a nightmare in green was having a nightmare. It was vanfleet who stepped up. Belmont. What's up being? What's happening? As always a great job of bread, really. Enjoy listening to you guys go back and forth about it. So they turn everyone's talking about the finals and free agency thing. Knicks fan getting a little nervous that looks like might go to Brooklyn don't know Katie. I think he's I don't know what he's going to do it becomes the mixed. But if he doesn't come to the Knicks what you see them doing with that money because next year there's really I think Larry's the best that yet and they have all this money. I think the Nick plan is that if they can't if they don't get the player in free agency, they are going to try to win this. With. Getting a big from the bottom up getting Davis. No getting Davis. Davis. Yeah. That's gonna be the that's going to be the next plan will be the get Davis now whether they can get him or not. I don't know. I find that amazing. Listen people cannot like Dolan and that's fine. People can think Dolan's a terrible on which I completely understand, which a right? But when you make statements about the Knicks at the garden doesn't matter anymore that is clueless. A statement as anybody could ever make. And I've heard a lot of it from a lot of places in resou-. Oh, you know what? The garden doesn't matter anymore. The idea of Madison Square Garden doesn't matter to athletes is the most ridiculous Michael Jordan. If the mass quick on Mattis, go is Kobe Bryant of mass swear on that is go, go is LeBron James, if mas- Squibb gone man is or anybody who has walked in there. Or anybody who ever had a big event there. There's only one Madison Square Garden on twenty of them. There's one there's one Yankee Stadium. And there's one Radio City, you know and, and as one Carnegie Hall that's what is special so Madison Square Garden still stands for a lot now. Listen and accept the prove that they can that the dysfunctional. Heritage of late and. You know, the idea now that they are tagged with being a dysfunctional franchise. They have to get past that they have to get past that, if they are going to. Get land the big player, but as far as would you rather play in Brooklyn plan mass on gimme a break, and that's not a knock on Brooklyn? It could be any place, a massive square on. There's only one mess square on. Kennan south Brunswick. What's up Ken? Doing good. I just I taught you right after the derby, was my first Viagra. I'm going to forty six months row secretary forty forty six in a row eighteen.
"george sauer" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Because and that wasn't uncommon. Pretty same thing with Walter O'Malley and, you know, Connie Mack and gotten out of baseball by that time. But we're you had the yeah the revenue stream that you bring up with the giant football giants leaving as well. Going them had a line. He was well, anybody who moves the team is villain. You know, mention the Molly fame in Brooklyn or something like that. But stone them did have a quote in there when he was talking about moving the giants. And somebody said what about the kids and he said, you know, I feel I feel bad. For the kids. But I haven't seen their dads around here too much lately. And I think that was a good good observation or good remark by him because it, it it softened it a little bit people realize. Yeah, you know what? That's, that's really the case. This guy does have to have fans to survive. He cares about the kids, but he say, I don't say their dads here. So it was something that he was going to have to if he didn't get a new stadium. He was more set on moving, I think them, only was, but in, in here in Minnesota were I, I can go through a lot of stuff back at that time, where people were hoping that the giants would move here, and there was a connection because the giants owned the minor league team, the Minneapolis millers the own the, the, the, the millers who were playing the original tenants of metropolitan stadium that stadium was built to lure major league baseball team here. But in the meantime. It was used by the miners, and it's it is likely if he hadn't gone to San Francisco, and he would not even look at San Francisco, if not for Walter O'Malley looking at Los Angeles, and Californian and trying to learn other team out there it's a good posssibility that they would have moved to Minnesota. They would have been out of there one way or the other. Right. Let's get to the very last sort of part of this be remiss in particular, with our friends, Bill rice, and Bob letter where we've had previous conversations the New York titans of the American football league. And then, of course then becoming in nineteen sixty three the New York Jets also like the Mets in anticipation of this new flushing stadium. That was delayed didn't get open until nineteen sixty four but it's, it's just really interesting to me, and I grew up in the New York area. So I have a very vague understanding of this, a certainly still before. My time. But obviously the, the teams you know, in their lasting legacies were very much in my, my understanding in memory. The fact that the polo grounds really was out there kind of just staying languishing without much use for three years, where the Mets and the titans alternately jets to use it almost feels like it was, I dunno luck knowing that the AFL was sort of a be becoming a thing in the continental league. And then obviously the that be netting out into a new expansion baseball franchise. It almost feels like kinda just dumb luck in great fortune that this albeit falling apart stadium and abandoned stadium was still there actually, to house these, these folks until a new stadium was ultimately built, or when the Mets or getting farm, and first of all they needed. It's like this just about to this day where if an area wants to get a team, it's got to be able to stadium and it wasn't all. Was that easy to get the approval through all the places that needed to be approved that was New York state assembly and everything else for Shea Stadium? But when they did it and were the Mets going to play, and the New York Yankees said, there's no way we're letting them into gangqi stadium, and then so that the polo grounds was the only other place, but it was a New York City board of estimate in March of sixty one that decided to demolish the stadium to allow the New York housing authority to erect more of the housing projects there and fighting that off. And one of the things you mentioned the titans coming in the already had a lease to use the polo grounds through the end of nineteen sixty one you talking about luck. You're absolutely right. Because the was in March of sixty one that the New York City board of estimate wanted to demolish it. Well, they couldn't at least through the end of the football season. Because the titans had Elif, and so they, they couldn't proceed until at least nineteen sixty two and then it was understanding the plight of the Mets and needing a temporary home. They delayed the housing project for at least another year. So that, that all does tie together, and the, the degrade history of the titans and, and they did get renamed as the jets in nineteen sixty three the finally or they played on the polo grounds. But when they they made it after the nineteen sixty eight season to the Super Bowl with Joe name that brought back a lot of the history of the American football league, and that team and talking about say, Don or and, and George Sauer who had been titans and they're talking about the bridge back to when the team was the titans and playing in the polo grounds. But that just by itself to formation of the American football league. And then that was. Pretty natural place for the new AFL team to go that it was. That may have helped to extend that for a couple of more years for the Mets to play. They're just it's, it's interesting that it's a new sort of wrinkle on, on the story of those teams as we've investigated them and, and understood them, and we've, we've kinda tackled the continental league. And what that Bhagat with the begat with the Mets, and obviously, the titans becoming the jets of the AFL in general. You're literally and figuratively had two teams it to very major pro sports leagues playing in effectively a stadium, that's been declared. Uninhabitable and and, and his to come down. And not even the right word where they had to put something back into that stadium to be able to get ready for baseball. But the fact that they had to kind of clean it up and do some things just to get the football team in there. So you raise a good point, when you talk about the importance of the significance of the New York titans and the American football league on the impact that, that had that it kept that stadium where the Mets could move into it, because the was the least but because they had already had to do some upgrading for the football team. And there was a lot more work to be done to after five years of no baseball in there to get back to the baseball stadium as well. So to wrap all this up in the book, I've got a lot of different viewpoints, and you've sort of overseen it with your editing and your own contributions in your own story in interest in, in the stadium itself. What are the, you know, maybe looking back through a bit of? A hey Agar fee. Right. 'cause, you know, cl- Lord knows that the stadium was not a quote unquote, gem. It was probably quirky and memorable. Give it that, right? But, you know, I it was not an architectural wonder per se. You know, I think most people, especially in the later years, would would argue it wasn't even that. What, what takeaways, do you sort of get if this story line of thematically some up here? I mean was it just a stadium, just full and, and right for its time? What would you sort of take away from sort of the, the memories in the lasting what makes the polo grounds such a, a memorable structure in people's minds? Well, that might be the thing as he said it wasn't a GM lake. You would think of Ebbets field and wasn't even a stadium of time. But that's what. Gives it its memora- -bility at least certainly for somebody who wasn't going to games there all the time. And carrying if I ended up in a bad spot where I couldn't see the game for for my eyes. It's, it's from a distance of time that I can look back on it film, still generally, and so many other people can too. But, you know, people I think, first of all, people have great memories of where they first started going to be full games. And for I talked to people who grew up in New York, and some of them might have been going to games at all of the stadium's, New York. But if some were attached to the giants, that's where they went and that that's what sticks with them. It's, it's not just that stadium itself. It's where they spent a great part of their time as a youth for me. It would be metropolitan stadium. Not an architectural classic of anything death. Started to hit me about ten years ago. Oh with the Metrodome closing. And the Metrodome was a functional, but unsure Ming place. But as people of little later generation, we I discovered they were just doesn't still about the closing the Metrodome as I was about metropolitan stadium. People might have been about Ebbets field, the polo grounds because that was the tach to their childhood and going to the game. So their parents and their grandparents, and the memories of that, whether it was the great stadium like the polo grounds or Ebbets field or even metropolitan stadium or credit Stadio, like the Metrodome. I think a lot of them still emanates from that we, we see, you know, baseball fan for many of us. We are most still just about the time that we I got introduced to the game, and I started going to the games. So the polo grounds was there for that, but it's, it's still is in an era of the classic ballpark. Mark where every stadium was distinct, the polo grounds still somehow stood out from even any of those moles. All right. Cool stuff as always. This is really cool and interesting stuff and the book is called the polo grounds essays and memories of New York City's historic ballpark is written, of course, by our guests do Thornley. Thank you, Stu. And it is part of a series of from our friends at McFarland and company, the publishers of lots of books that we featured on the show in the in the months passed, and that series it's called McFarland historic ballparks series. There are bunch of out there for feel that Ebbets field, Comiskey park and a few others. And this one of the polo grounds, obviously a very interesting journey into that series..
"george sauer" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Your you know what? No, man, I liked it. I sold a humorous in first of all, was the job. And it was a good job. And it was with a good company. We blown, by the way, I've seen the commercial billion re blown away how good your legs actually looked in the commercial for anybody who's not watching. Maybe we'll edit it on the blog like it's a panoply of legs. And it's coming up from the toes from left to right. And like it's nice looking legs like, and then all of a sudden it's Joe like did that, like, like were you even stunned when you first saw it like man, these things really work. Wait a minute. If you'd be MS can make these leagues look beautiful still think what they can do for your. No. I chose it a conversion for paying before that company called the hell wall dense. But that was just print. Nobody's got it. You got it. I don't remember that, by the way. My commentating you know you make that transition. You did that for a while. Gary now, you know, you play soccer you play football even sometimes basketball. And you tape, your ankles and knees. You have to shave your legs make sense. So my legs were already shaved. I didn't even have to shave. They look lady was who'd. Talk to me about sports casting, you enjoyed it was I was it or was it not was it like it was a nice thing to do. Like where does that sit? I wasn't educated enough to know that the controversy critiquing needed to be harsher. I was more of a protective player still being a football locker room kinda teammate. And I wasn't really keen on it. I understand talking about, you know, I think a lot of people when they think about back to nursing out a little bit a lot of people talk about Don Maynard. I wanna talk about George Sauer. What kind of teammate was he? You know. Just talk to me about Jordan. Well, they're both from Texas as you know. And you mentioned on Maynard, I and I wanna go back to their Kansas City Chiefs game we have done in that game. He was hurt. We had another Texan bake Turner, but they also had a cornerback that was really good who's in the hall of fame and so they shut down our game pretty good that day, George Sar. I have often said that Don Maynard is in the hall of fame. He was the lightning strike. The knockout punch every team had to respect. His tricky speed man. He was wildly. He was. He was terrific. The guy I liked working best with George, George Sauer, and I were rookies together, heart was he great at route running. He was wonderful run anywhere. He was going to be. Yes. Yes, we would work after practice man, and as rookies together, and we developed the timing that was just wonderful. And, and some of the guys, the veterans would talk about even the coaches don's lack of discipline and route running will excuse me, he knew how to get open. He might have rounded some routes off a little differently than breaking them sharply or whatever he's a hall of Famer you know he was a man, George Sauer. You could always count on George. I mean being their precise. Ice man. And he had hands that I don't remember him dropping anything and Super Bowl and the championship game. There was a play that George Cada quick out got hit and fumbled the ball today. They wouldn't call it a fumble. They'd call it incomplete pass. It was that fast. Lenny allows hit him. George was wonderful. What about now phantom wise? Like how, how much do you watch Bama, or the jets or anybody else for that matter? I watch Bama, and I watched the jets week Lee. Yeah. In this day. Say have since you've retired. Took some time off. Or how did that how did your phantom posts career develop? Did you take some time off after he retired? 'cause you just needed to that point of your life or has literally from the day, you stop playing you Saturday and Sunday..
"george sauer" Discussed on Retropod
"Richard pod is sponsored by T. Rowe price. Are you looking to learn a thing or two about getting your finances in order saving and investing? Check out the confident wallet a personal finance podcast series by T. Rowe price and the Washington Post brand studio find it wherever you get your podcasts. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen walled with retro pod. A show about the past rediscovered. Fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the Super Bowl. New york. Jets quarterback. Joe Nemeth known then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami hotel in a turquoise Cadillac. Nemeth known to sometime show up at games still drunk from the previous evening's activities was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr. Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak name is said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway. Joe tipsy free willing amorous. And so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later. The jets will win Sunday and said, 'i Garin teeth. I think the poet colts could win by a large score today. So I'm going to say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I pick New York to win forty one thirty one. Namus prediction wasn't just talking. It was insane. You really think New York on the called the? He's in Ponant. The Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites. Namus knees were beat up the colts have the second. Most potent offense in football in the best defense some were predicting a blowout yours. They said. Said that it couldn't be done, but it has been near at the third Super Bowl. Gets one sixteen to seventy though Nemeth was named most valuable player because performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But Kriegel wrote to moment itself took nemo's fame and pro football's popularity to a different planet in Fame's pecking order Nemeth, suddenly outrank Sinatra the biographer wrote actually at that moment he outright just about. Everybody who wasn't a beetle. Attendance around the NFL sword. So did TV viewership particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The league made sure that Nemeth and the jets played in that inaugural game. He's going be. Joe name George Sauer for the touchdown. Everyone wanted a piece of meat especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of click bait legendary columnist Jimmy breslin Rhody famous story about Nemeth for New York magazine, titled Nemeth all night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw Ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the old bayside course, in queens preson wrote in one shot he swallowed the mixing glass, ice chunks and everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down and said give me another one of these things kid. The place went nuts. It is the same thing. When you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for a while. Not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business deals fading playing ability in then, of course, fading fame. Drinking was the biggest problem Nemeth was an alcoholic. He settled down in nineteen Eighty-four marrying, Deborah Mays woman. He met at a voice class with her insistence Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later. But after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporters Suzy kolber, he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. Now in the team is struggling over the kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throughout googling. Namus apologized and entered rehab. Nemeth is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand just how much it changed his life in sports forever. I think about it. Now, he recently told the new York Daily News. But at the time, I didn't understand what was taking place that was beyond. What I was thinking about all I was thinking about was playing in the biggest game of our lives. I'm Mike Rosen Rosenthal. Thanks for listening for more forgotten stories from history. Visit Washington Post dot com slash retro pot.
"george sauer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Center feature quarterback. I really think they're good turned a corner. And I wouldn't be surprised next year. Pierre for wall Todd really close this year culture more shaky you know that the players weren't buying into it. And they go blue four games were like less than five minutes ago. So I think what little better coaching. I think they could turn a corner. We shall see. We shall see. Thanks for the call. I guess we'll talk IRA New Year's day as well. But yeah. Wait till next year. It's like the old Brooklyn dodger wait till next year. Wait times that way with the jets? So I will believe it when I see it. You know, you wanna be hopeful for the new year you want to be optimistic, but they got a ways to go. Let's go to Jeanne in river edge here on the fan, gene. Good morning. Richard morning, gene. Good morning. Speaking jets. I wanted to reminisce stiff years ago today that the jets beat the raiders AFL championship to go on Super Bowl. And I know for jet fans, it's it's been a long time. But I I was there that day was it was a great day was. I was a crazy teenage I didn't really dress. Well, it was very cold windy day. But things have really changed. You're looking at the at the program that I have the they used to call the wide receiver flanker back then the weights. Most of the guys are in the high ones you one hundred some low two hundred little two hundred. The jets. The jets were fortunate to win that day because the end. They had a fumble like two minutes ago, raiders and the jets recovered and went on to win the Super Bowl. But anyway, I know it's fifty years ago, and I know jet fans, it's long time. But you know, it's. Well, just wait and see what happens, Richard. Yeah. Well, I think obviously we've talked about it a lot. There's a lot of work. They need to do a lot of work and. I'm not as high on McCain. And there's a lot of folks are I don't like his drafts for the most part. He he had money to spend the first year he spent it was a lot of bandaids and their record is what they are. And that's basically what both says the record speaks for itself. Howie Randolph, you're on the fan, Howie. Hey, how are we good? Talk about the giants. And I really think they dropped the ball last year. By not taking the quarterback in that spot. I know I heard you. I was listening, and I I don't doubt that partly is tomato running back. But you know, I think they overestimated how good they were. And how much debt they don't. They don't actually have. So they have so many holes that they have to fill, and I think they're just going to be a tough spot for the next couple of years by not ties, what do you lie, and you know, going for the future trading back. You know, I think they just went about it all wrong try to satisfy fan base. I they said that this year. And if we drafted a quarterback, a rookie quarterback who's gonna have growing pains and the team wasn't going to be very good struggle along with him. But if you stick with your veteran guy, you know, you'll get consistent decent play and you could win. And and they were wrong. Okay. Hey wrong. They did not get look. I don't think the ally is the problem. But I think he will be the problem as he ages out as as we all will be right. The problem is I don't think they have a solution for the long term. I don't know where they're going to go with it second in the draft that only happens so often, you know, and then you're going to be in that spot. Hey, maybe there next year. Seventy nine and. Not looking good next year anyways. But you know, then then where do you go the following year? It's just. Well, look, they're going to be drafting high this year, but other than maybe Haskins and kit from Duke, maybe I don't know that there are any big time quarterback prospects in this draft. But again, I'm not the expert on this kind of thing. I don't watch a lot of college football. But the bottom line is what everybody tells you. You know, you just don't you just don't have that. So I think he. This is this is something that the jets. The giants have kicked the canned down the road with quarterback that said, you know, we'll find somebody. Well, if they don't find somebody next year because I do think you can get by with ally next year, but the year after that and the year after that in the year after that, it's gotta be somebody else. And there is no candidate currently on the giants are on the horizon that it could be now if they think Haskins could be that guy, and they might have to trade down to get them. You know, they might have to give up some picks. And I'm not even sure that that's a wise move. So going to be an interesting off season as it always is salmon Hackensack here on the fan. Sam Richard happy new year, happy new year Sam about three qualities back. He said there were none of those quarterbacks brilliant. Baker Mayfield is brilliant. Well, the giants didn't think they were brilliant. That's why they didn't draft. Whatever. But the coalition that the flag or the split end George Sauer was the split and Maynard was the flag. Or if what I understand those days the flanker lined up like about a yard or two behind this dance before they had the multiple sets and everything that I get, you know, the came later, and it was it was a simpler game it was. It was more fun to watch in my opinion. I I go back far enough that I liked the quarterbacks calling the game instead of the coach. I like the idea that the quarterbacks would you know, look at the field and the down and distance and figure out. Okay. This is what we can do this time. Instead, it's the coach making that decision from the sidelines and. I prefer the the guys on the field making the calls as opposed to being radio into their helmet. You know, I to Peyton Manning was the last guy to do that. Right. Well, even he he didn't call his own plays necessarily, but he had so much flexibility. There was so much trust with him that he could audible out, and you know, there's all Maha and all this stuff that he was doing. He he was able to change plays more at the line of scrimmage than anybody else. Most guys. Hey, stick with the playbook. Stick with a game. We call unless you see something at the last second, then you can change it. But then it's on you. And I liked they when it was on you all the time. Eight seven seven three three seven six six six. Space some regions are vast and empty.
"george sauer" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Yeah. Clearly e see the Super Bowl. He just couldn't really throw a ball that. Well, he resort Huck. A lot of really dovetail, you know, pop ups. But they hit. So thoroughly class the National Football League using the tactics that they did. And ironically, a lot of those tactics was something that the jets were not only accustomed to the AFL things like, you know, all at blitzes and and basically playing zone defense against Nemeth which for the most part was playing with a stick dynamite. Because his receivers were so good. And they were so in tune with working with Nemeth on every kind of past pattern in every kind of situation that you know, is almost silly took play zone defense against him yet to try to stop the receiver and knows as you gotta remember him. They had what they called bump and run. And you cannot only bump the guy the line of scrimmage, you can button all the way down field until the ball was in the air, then it was interference. But you could knock the crap out of. Much tougher could be a wide receiver in those days at type of quarterback hits the wider Syria to be fast allusive and have it which is what Maynard was or have. Just unbelievable moves like George Sauer junior. You know, who could just fake guys, you know, out of their new jars so. The other thing it's really fascinating. And you have to look at it in retrospect, Bobby Boyd was playing against Don mater, Chuck I talked to mater, and I met him for the first time about a month ago. I interviewed for the book over the phone, and I said, did you know that Bobby Boyd's a timing in the forty yard dash was five seconds. I mean, the something like you or I would want him, and he was considered one of the best defensive backs in the National Football League against the colts had not allowed a long touchdown the entire year and Maynard said to me hadn't know how fast or slow. This guy was I just look at the film. And I knew I can outrun this guy. I get pass this guy. Simple. And he did a couple of times. And even though he never caught a passing game. He scared. The Wilkerson out of the Colson force to double team him. The entire game from like the middle of the first quarter on that's why George Sauer at such a unique game on the other side. It's Lenny Lyles because he was going on want. All right, two more questions, which Ennis's just it's again, very interesting, and I could see some of the video clips playing in my head right now. But give us a sense of an I'm just curious maybe some of the other players that you talk to in in writing this book about what was going on those two weeks before this is the time when there is a retool weeks before the beginning of the Super Bowl. Right. So there was a whole bunch of being a playoff in press. And all that stuff. Name seem to be pretty much like a loose cannon. Right. He was kind of going all over the place. Not only touting victory and stuff. But he was like he was going at it. He was knocking our moral as being maybe the third best. If if it was on the Jetson the fifth best fifth best. Okay. Specimen would have been the fifth. Best any AFL apparently got some kind of altercation or verbal kind of. Conflict with the colts kicker in a restaurant down in Miami..
"george sauer" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Because they knew they were protecting quote, unquote. The franchise Joe Joe name is got sacked less than any quarterback in pro football from like sixty five when he first got there until like seventy two seventy three seventy four. It's not even close. He got sacked in nineteen sixty seven nine times all year and for seven or eight of those games, they had no running backs 'cause I could smell got hurt and boozer that her and so he'd throw on you know, two of the three of the three downs every time they had the ball. The other team knew they were gonna throw and native didn't like throw screen passes short stuff. He likes to go for the bomb or as mentioned in the book. Down and out. I'm getting I'm not an organized football player. But in revolt played on the San lineman down out. Simple play like that a normal. Professional down out is like ten yards. George Sauer would run twenty arts downfield make a fake in cut to the sidelines. Turn around on the ball would be right there in his chest. Nemeth was throwing the ball. Thirty five forty yards on a simple down out that other quarterbacks thrown ten fifteen yards. So before we go further, I'm gonna talk about Nemeth specifically because you mentioned you Eubank in and. His his genius in this. But I think people forget that when Nemeth was secured via the draft or or the shenanigans they made they made a train to get the first pick in the AFL draft. And and but but even then right and all the excitement, right? The broadway. Joe is the playboy sort of lifestyle and stuff since Asian. But but we was not necessarily certain that name was ready to be a success. Let alone, you know, kind of be thrown in there with the lions, right? He he had like two or three maybe even four other quarterbacks including I believe a Heisman Trophy winner. John worte. Well, they drifted John you're in the round..
"george sauer" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"I couldn't get a clean shot up. I would try to hit him right between the numbers. And he was so quick. He get out of the way I would glance off his shoulder and he'd still being there to make a play. I mean. I've never played organized football. But when you hear a guy that size talk about this guy against him smaller, but just so quick that you can't get a clean shot on them. It really says quite a bit about his talent. And then on that same team at the all-star game. Yet Maynard, you know, went into the hall of fame George Sauer who was probably in the top three wide receivers in the league at the time. And even Pete Lammens at tight end they had any one of their offense of alignment could have gone to the all star game. And I think is two of two of them did. They just they just had such a good team. In fact, Tim one guy immunities I've done said to me. What's the legacy of that sixty eight sixty nine jets t? Thought about it. And here's what I came up with in the sixties, even though I was a Mets fan I had to have the highest regard for the history of the aunties and Mickey Mantle was my favorite play. It was everybody's favorite player. But everybody in the sixties knew about the twenty-seven Yankees. Because that was considered the greatest baseball team of all time 'cause that's the they made that a rooted sixty and at Gary hit forty seven or forty eight. They Ruth out Homer half the teams in the league just all by itself. And I look at the sixty eight sixty nine jets team because the talent and because of what they were able to do that you're not just the Super Bowl, but how beautifully I will? They played the whole season as as a unit offensively density that this is the twenty-seven Yankees. If you're a jets fan, they never had a team that was his loaded as that team was. And that is a real testament to we back, and we devote a lot of time to him because sunny world and spent the money to sign a lot of players. We've Eubank cat the more gargantuan task that was turning really good talented collegiate athletes into top notch professional football players coaching and even more coaching. Yes. So in your estimate, then who who or or maybe this multiple who's were was was slash were responsible for this buildup of of this. No doubt. It was. We've you back. There's absolutely no doubt. He because he now he was the coach was the general manager. And I was told he made all the draft picks. He took advice from, you know, some of the assistant coaches because this isn't coaches in those days with scouts. They would go out on Saturday. If the jets were playing in home, and it would scout players on the east coast. And if the jets were playing on the west coast, they would break up, and they would go in watch wet west coast college teams. But you had the final say, and he made some horrible choices. But. In building. Now only the team that he built he used a unique philosophy. Put great great emphasis on intelligence, not just on size. The jet players told me how the Kansas City Chiefs used to run out on the field before they play him. And they run on the field in order of size. Smallest guy out first, and then the bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger and they just kinda run. It a circle admit field to try to intimidate the other team with their size. How big labor out strong? They were the jets were not a small team. But they they were an average size team with great intelligence and great quickness and speed and that was a real key to their defense, which was unusual in those days. And obviously they were loaded on offense with name and all the tools, you know, that he had his call and that offense of line, right? You devote your chapter nine to the. Align. Right. It protected the subtitled it protected Nemeth at all costs. Right. So we all know the crown jewels were right. But that offensive line probably more than earned its fair share. I guess of or should have its accolades, right?.
"george sauer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And so for those people out there in this and that city i don't love you picking you over freaking into atlanta and dc give me a break with fans are frauds atlanta fans are legitimately legitimate fares hit by the flying hot dog the other day she was like hey it's okay did you see that the the mascot who is hilarious he's one of the dogs into the stands wanted to grand the woman's wearing a pair of glasses and the it just hair cut it the wrong way the the weiner came in and smashed right into our cia she got word careful john show john this is frank nielsen story i was wishful thinking i know anyway quarter in the glasses and she got a black guy and he said hey i'm all good i'm not doing nothing i'm fine i love the mass i love the philly's class wasn't that great and they gave her tickets which i thought was least tickets i mean that's an episode of the simpsons where somebody died that way now that one of the simpsons what was it family guy the simpsons and they died with a hot dog kill the character off i get hit by hot dog and a game not even possible john's volcano my foster except there's a couple of things that aren't aren't definitely impossible you and i both saw that in miami john fifty years ago okay my greatest moment in sports rooting has free second grade mr class mrs eater number six close to six okay peter and i remember it was show and tell the next day was monday the next day obviously and i did the george sauer cats over the shoulder it was very exciting great your salary was seventy years old at the time did he pass away raid school the kids at number five school kids now you kids now you thought you arrogant y'all thought there but why would we be arrogant from lara is eric you ever been to the five probably a lot of people from the five trump's lawyers from the visa five town hey did he go to number five and number six he was he went to the widmaier academy which academy sorry exactly you know what i have an affinity number five school you wanna know why stay stay who is played stick ball stick ball green monster field that's cool monsters a big tremendous sense awesome i knew out once in a while back of it for the strike zone onto oh yeah fields but that was the good the good field right by the iron fan yeah so that box was drawn by you guys for decades thanks alive come on here's what it was like nineteen sixty eight sixty nine the nazis oh my goodness john this guy is a prodigy look at his years old helping me now john i'm gonna play this we're going to go there and we'll go play is back from all the generations a stickball tournament young guys every barbara arm rubber mickey lowly i can throw long but i did throw it speed pitch at fort saint louis i thirty seven so not so great wells let me get let me get up to date i couldn't make high team fifty seven to face you right now we go back we would we gotta go to the number five that's a great game you played stick ball player this play wiffle ball back in the flying back yard when i was growing up in my backyard actually was kind of like a wiffle ball field i'd made it into like a wiffle ball and it was we had you know if you hit a home run we had trees home run was over the trees a little fence like in the left field line that you could hit over yeah it was good we had we had anthony jackson's house we had the whistle degrade anthony jackie i think he's in the supposed to say the fbi now hanging out with meeting in hudson street i might get me now but that's terrific you'll names you know it'd be a little dangerous you can't do that now but football fantastic yeah jason were talked about he how he played with a ball and his all the time grandfather's backyard yesterday we were talking but listening to people were playing they're all they were all major leaguers his grandfather's duckie scofield is is is not he's an ankle.
"george sauer" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"Commented on twitter that he said set a barings were one of the innovations that led us to pick the engine thrilled to see them working and he put over cute little smiley emoji in there i guess to to show us how innovative you'll as these his but all in all it's good to see updates on b e four we we saw the fullyassembled want a couple of weeks ago heading down to texas for testfire we got this more details from bazoum in this email and even talked about the fact that in the coming weeks we're going to see a fullscale firing of the four and tori bruno george sauers a lot of the other you will members have made clear that after that test happens that is when they were down select volkan to used b e four and make it official so you were possibly weeks away from that happening and that's a pretty exciting moment to see volkan officially pick b e four as its engine of choice and move forward with onedesign rather than the two their carrying in parallel with the b four in the air one so there's a lot more talk around the b for this week and i'm excited to see that tests get off hopefully it happens fairly soon so have a little bit more of our lightning round to finish up the show before we do that i did want to say a huge thank you to all of you out there supporting main engine cut off on patron this episode of maine engine cut off his produced by six executive producers pat matt george brad and two anonymous executive producers they were responsible for the creation of this episode and i'm very very thankful for their support they are also joined by thirty nine other supporters on patriotic so if you want to join the crew that makes this show possible weekin weekout head over to patriachy dot com slash mieko and give as little as one dollar a month all of your support is greatly appreciated and really helps me do this every single weeks of thank you so much to all of you out there supporting managing cut off.