17 Burst results for "Jerome Ford"
"jerome ford" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
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"jerome ford" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Operation complete. The Cox network with gig speeds everywhere. It's internet built for tomorrow today. Cox bringing us closer in Cox serviceable areas. Speeds vary and are not guaranteed. Cox terms apply. Other restrictions may apply. Hello and welcome to the MMQB NFL podcast. I'm Connor. I've got third grade football head coach Albert Freer here on his way to the peewee Super bowl. He's calling up second graders, beating the rivals, winning the conference title game. You're on cloud nine right now. I am. I am. Yeah, I'm actually not the head coach. I'm an assistant coach. Our head coach has done a great job. Assistant to the head coach. Believe it or not, believe it or not, he fought through appendicitis. So big shout out to our head coach. It's like Dan Campbell. He fought through appendicitis, had his appendix out on Thursday, was on the sideline on Saturday. So huge, huge shout out to our head coach, state trooper, Sean Finn. He's the man. He's done an awesome job with the kids and I'm just trying to help out where I can. You're like the Ben Johnson, Ejiro Evero. You're the power. I'd be more of Evero than Johnson if you get my drift on that, like based on my responsibilities. So I'd say I'm Evero more than Johnson. All right. Don't worry though, Sean. No risk that I'm going to get plucked away by another town, at least I don't think so. Yeah. You're switching it all. It's a 5-2 defense one week, a 4-3, a 3-4. It's very versatile. It's an amoebic front. Yep. Yep. Lots going on there. Lots going on. I may or may not have just, may or may not just be running my high school defense, but we'll leave that for another podcast. Hey, everything's cyclical, right? There's a time and a place for everything. There's a lot going on in the NFL too. And I think we want to start with, this was the game that I was most excited for. And I took your cue, I learned to put YouTube on my television so I could avoid some of the absolute awful. So here's what happened. You did it. That's awesome. All right. Let me, very short story. Okay. So we are, I'm watching, you know, everyone in my house is just kind of, my kids are into football now. And so we kind of watch the games together and I'll take some notes and stuff. And so everyone's crowded around the laptop, watching the chargers and, uh, chargers and the lions. And it's this fantastic game. And we're all looking up at the TV and the Cowboys are beating the giants by like 63 points. And I'm, I'm just like, why is everyone, why is everyone huddled around my laptop? Like this is 1930 and the first color television set has just come out. So I said, you know what? This is it. Albert told me I need to learn how to put this on the YouTube, on the TV. So I did it. Um, and it's just like downloading an app onto your phone. It is it now the difference between me and a lot of other people is my television is from 2015. Okay. So that's still new enough. Like you can still, I think I've got like one of my TVs I think is still, I think more a couple of my TVs are actually that old. So I think you can, you still download the app, right? Like you would like out of the app store on an iPhone, right? Well, we got it. We got the fire stick and then I found out, I found out where to plug that in. And then I, from the fire stick, I got YouTube and then I logged in through YouTube and you know, but it was great. It was a game changing experience. Um, I didn't have to watch the giants anymore. I'm free of, I'm free of that. The next step is get your TV hardwired to the internet and you don't need to go to some fan. I learned this when we went, after we moved into our house, I learned this through a couple people like that. You don't need to go to some fancy AV guy to do it. You can just have your electrician do it and your electrician like you're, so if you have like someone, if you have your electrician coming over to whatever it is, something going on at the house, don't be afraid to ask them, Hey, do you know how I could hardwire my TV to the internet? They'll know how to do it. All right. And my electrician is my father-in-law. So grandpa, there you go. Boom. Boom. There you go. By the time the Super Bowl rolls around, we'll have figured out how most of society has been watching football for a decade, which is very, like my full transition into suburban dad where I'm giving other dads advice on how to bring their TVs up. Do you have any Christmas light takes or, you know, I need to go to you for that. I think. Yeah, no, we're up. We're up. We've been up and rolling for two weeks now. It's an absolute, uh, it's an absolute light show. Parker is Walt. Yeah. I'm, I'm fired up. Anyway, I want to start with Cleveland and, uh, and, and Baltimore and when you're a network and you look back on the games that you missed and everybody wants to put the right games and prime time and you do this and that, like the fact that this game was just like sitting there super lonely at one o'clock on a, uh, on a Sunday is such a big miss. Like what a great game this was from start to finish. Yeah. And that division is going to be a blast to watch. We got, I mean, three days from now, three days from now, we got Baltimore and Cincinnati, which it's almost a shame that that's on a Thursday night because you get the feeling like one, one team or the other might not show up, you know, um, like, so there's always that, but you know, both those teams now coming off of losses and you know, I, I'm really impressed with the Browns like to fall behind the way that they did on the road and fight back and to fight through like Deshaun playing through crap, playing like crap and, and getting hurt in the first half. And you know what that looked like, um, you know, after five minutes at 14 and nothing, I believe like after five minutes of the third quarter, it was 24 to nine. Um, and the way that defense is playing too. I mean, I did my, uh, my mid season execs, uh, awards last, last week. And, um, yeah, I think deservedly so Miles Garrett was sort of a runaway winner for defensive player of the year. I mean, he looks like the best defensive player in football. They're secondary can really play. They come up with the pig six. Greg Newsome makes that play at the end of the game. They can still run the ball, even though Nick Chubb isn't there and man, if they can get to Sean Watson going, which was, he was what 14 of 14 in the second half, like you start to see what that team could become. So I, you know, I don't know, like to me, like Baltimore, I was borderline, like they're right there with the Eagles, you know, as the best team in the league, Baltimore coming into the game. And I thought coming into the game, they had the two best wins in the league this year. I think we talked about that there wins over Seattle and Detroit. So for Cleveland to go into that place and come back twice from, you know, two touchdown deficits, I thought was a real show of, of where they are as a team right now. And I mean, who knows, man, maybe there'll be better for having gone through all the weirdness that they've gone through the first two months of the season. Well, you made that point with the Bengals, right? Where you have to essentially learn how to operate without a quarterback and then all of a sudden everything kind of falls into place. My question is, so, and I'll, I'll play devil's advocate slightly. Deshaun was good in the second half. I would say that there were two excellent throws. A lot of well-schemed short passes and he was using his mobility. He was God awful in the first half. I think his net EPA was like a negative seven. And so, and you know, and so my thing is, a lot of people christen this like Deshaun's defining moment in Cleveland. Do we think that that's a little much talk me out of it or talk me into it rather? Well, I will give him this, you got to give him this, right? Played hurt. It's played hurt. It's much harder to play from behind, right? And he was playing from behind. It was on the road. It was against a really good defense in Baltimore. So in a lot of different ways, it checked a lot of, it checked a lot of boxes. I think if you want to take the optimistic view of it, you can say the type of layoff that Deshaun had from football, now this isn't saying anything about the reason for the layoff because we've gone over that before, right? Like obviously there are very valid reasons why he, why he was out of football for as long as he was out of football. But like, if you just take that for what it is, and you look at past history, it kind of like reminds me a little bit of like, remember all those baseball players like 20 years ago, like Chad Hutchinson and Drew Henson and Quincy Carter, and there were all these guys who were really good college quarterbacks and then went to minor league baseball and came back or vice versa. And like, it always felt like those guys either weren't quite what they had been before and had to take some time to get their timing back and maybe they never got it back. And so, you know, I think having that long a layoff from having played football, like real football, I think if you want to take the optimistic view of it, you could say it was always going to take time for him to get his timing back, for him to get his rhythm back, for him to get back to where he needed to be as a quarterback. And you know, I, I, I certainly think if you look at like, again, like the examples of those minor league baseball players, I know it's a weird comparison, but it's like the only thing we really have, you know, where, you know, you had guys taking two and three years off from the sport and then coming back in. I think it's Tommy Maddox is another example where, you know, you could see where it would be like, all right, like maybe this is just him having to deal with a lot of rust coming back off of a very strange couple of years. I my curiosity stems from, so you needed PJ Walker to take a snap in this game, and then you have Josh Dobbs lighting it up over in Minnesota, did the team at the very least miscalculate how long this thing was going to take for Deshaun and, and maybe not properly factor in the fact that while he's taking his time to learn, he's going to run more, he's going to get hit more, he's going to get hurt more frequently. And to have the miracle for me is that this team is in contention with PJ Walker as their backup, like he's not played well this year at all. Yeah. And I think it's like, I think you're right to point at that. Like, and I do think, you know, I think one of the biggest miscalculations was how he would fit into that style of offense, the style of offense they were running before. Right. And like, really, I think last year was weird. And that you had to, you had just acquired this guy, and you knew he wasn't going to play for a good chunk of the year. Now, they didn't know how long that would be before the season. Right. But you knew he probably wasn't going to play for a big chunk of the year. So you had to build an offense for the other 10 guys in the huddle and whichever quarterback wound up being Jacoby Risette that was going to stand in for him. And oh, by the way, like we all talk about these things conceptually, like, all right, like, you know, this is part of a three year plan or a four year plan. You know, who doesn't care about your three year plan is most of the guys in that huddle. You know what I mean? Like, so you have to sell them something that's going to work for them while you're building something that works for the guy that you've invested so much in. And I think because of that, like everything was really, really sideways last year. And this year, I think they've made an effort to try and build the offense around Deshaun Moore, put him in a shotgun more, give him a chance to see the field more. His back to his back is to the ball less than it was before and just try to get him playing faster and try to get the ball out of his hands faster. And it's like what Bill O'Brien did for him in Houston, you know, but Bill O'Brien had the chance to fully invest and build in him because it was the only thing that they were building. All right. We got Deshaun Watson. Now we're building around just him. Whereas for the first year of having Deshaun Watson, you really weren't doing that in Cleveland. Yeah. So like this is the first real shot that they've had to build around him. And, you know, maybe because of the injury that gets delayed a little bit. And again, this is like the pure optimist view of it. But you can get yourself to a point where you say, OK, like this is them actually hitting the ground running now. I'm always the truth is somewhere in the middle guy. So I think that there was there were the people yesterday and I saw it from a lot of people saying this is Deshaun's defining moment in Cleveland. I'm an ex Browns fan and I'm saying, how can your defining moment be twenty of thirty four for two thirteen, a touchdown, a pick six and a quarterback rating below seventy five? I think you're right. I think the truth is probably somewhere in the middle. And if you get this guy to 90 percent, I mean, like it or not, but the Browns are probably primed for a deep playoff run here. I mean, this is this is a really talented, it's a really good team. And I like I'd be most encouraged by the way they continue to run the ball without McChubbin there. You know, Jerome Ford was six point three yards a carry. And it wasn't like he had like that 60 or 70 yarder. I mean, the long was twenty eight at a good long run. But, you know, they average five yards a carry as a team. Kareem Hunt was a little bit more of your goal line, short yardage guy. But this is a Mike McDonald defense that was going into this game, arguably. I mean, you could you could make the case for either the Browns or the Ravens is having the best defense in the NFL. Yeah, and if you're playing this way, right, like and if you're able to run the ball like this and you're able to play defense like this, you don't need Deshaun Watson to be Patrick Holmes. You know, like you you can get by this way. And again, like when the defense is scoring the way that they did on Sunday, when the when when the running game is rolling the way that it was on Sunday, you buy your quarterback some time to get his feet underneath him. And now all of a sudden, you know what? Amari Cooper is a better player. Dave Njoku is a better player. They're getting more out of Elijah Moore. Like I, I think there are I think there are a lot of good things here. And, you know, if they can get Deshaun back to the point where he's like a bottom of the top 10 quarterback, like, could that be enough for a run in the AFC? I mean, I don't know if it's going to be good enough to beat like Buffalo, Kansas City and Cincinnati in succession in the playoffs. But I certainly think you could make some noise with that formula for sure. From one thing that seems to be going well to one thing that seems to be absolutely bottoming bottoming out the Patriots loss to the Colts in Germany. And this was good thing. You pushed to pull the ripcord on that parachute when you did. Oh, my God. I know at first, like right after I so for those of you don't know, I picked the Patriots to win the AFC East. I got made fun of a lot on television. Which is now justified, which is now justified. I had to apologize for it on the radio and my like my in-laws know about it. It's a thing like it's not about it. Yeah. Like it's not just one of these things that I can just keep work at work and keep at home at home. You know, I saw a bunch of my extended family on my wife's side the other day and they were like, how is that Patriots pick for the AFC East? And I was like, oh, my God, like this this made its way out into the world, which was which is terrifying. Good lesson, though. But I will maintain that I was right about a lot of other things. I think the Jets are going to finish with a losing record. I think the Bills are going to miss the playoffs. I just picked the wrong team to to win the division anyway. The Patriots lost in the worst possible way, which is that you you bench your quarterback, who was awful, you put in the backup, the backup gets you to midfield. You have no timeouts left, less than a minute to play. You run the football and then you fake a spike and throw the ball into triple coverage. And so and after the game, the quarterback says, I can't say what I really want to say about that play. So I'll just say that this is why I did what I did. Yeah, it is a disaster there. This feels like this feels like if it wasn't the Patriots, we would be saying like they're on the verge of a mutiny after what happened with J.C. Jackson and Jack Jones being late to the team hotel before the Washington game, being sat down for the first quarter of the Washington game, J.C. Jackson not making the trip. They're relying on these guys. Right. Trent Brown habitually late, doesn't make the trip. He's hurt, which is why he didn't make the trip. But there are other issues with him. And then, you know, you hear Matt Jones and he's leaving these verbal breadcrumbs all over the place. Right. Like there's what he said. I don't know if you saw what he said after this game, but it was about the Hail Mary, about not throwing Hail Mary at the end of that. No. What did he say? So he goes, somebody asked him, like, I think they threw like a screen or something underneath on whatever. It was a throwaway play at the end of the first half. Right. They're at like the forty five. They're at the minus forty five, whatever. And I think they throw a screen and, you know, whatever. It's just an end of the half play. And so someone asked him in the postgame press conference what he thought, like, why why they did that, why they didn't throw a Hail Mary. And his answer was no clue. I mean, we were we were sixty yards from the end zone. So you'd think we'd just throw it in the end zone. But I don't know why we did that.
"jerome ford" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"That shit really makes me laugh. Great job, Apple. You did it again. Okay, we're gonna talk football with the cuz, and we'll do some parent corner at the end. And I'm gonna feel sad about the Pats and he's gonna have his chest puffed out about the Cowboys, even though they beat Tommy DeVito, who lives at home. That's next. First, our friends from ProJet. Yep. All right, it's a little past 8.30 Pacific time. Cousin Salas here. Robert Spillane. He is just, you know, Antonio Pearson. You're the leader of my defense. I don't care that you weren't drafted in your 27. You are the leader of my defense and he just made a play, Sal. He did. Bill, he made a play. And then I, you know, I feel bad that it overshadows the fact that I went on a roller coaster with Melissa Stark for her birthday. It was a highlight of the year. She vomited all over my jacket. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, Mike. We just watched the worst Sunday night game. It was Vegas Jets. Toriko started it by saying, really excited for this one. I'm like, well, that makes one of us in America. Somehow Vegas is five and five. Somehow Indianapolis is five and five. And somehow like two thirds of the AFC is left. But I'm going to start. I thought this was the best week. I mean, that game sucked, the one we just saw. And the first game sucked because your team was in it and they're terrible. But I thought there were five games that were buzzer beaters, right? From field goals. I thought it was the best week. Yeah, unless you had Baltimore in multiple teases and parlays and things like that. Then it wasn't as good of a week. All right, we're going to play a game called bad loss or great win and you have to choose one. So I have four games for you. Let's start with Browns Ravens. Bad loss for the Ravens or great win for the Browns because it was such a bad loss for the Ravens. I'm actually in the great win camp. Deshaun Watson, second half, 14 of 14. Deshaun Watson, 134 yards, kind of looked back. He had no, his offensive line's decimated. Doesn't have Nick Chubb. They fell behind by 14. He drove them down. They get the lucky pick six, that deflection stuff, but he kept making plays. And yet nobody really likes Deshaun Watson. So nobody's like, oh man, I'm so happy for Deshaun Watson. Like nobody has said that, but I was pretty impressed by him today. I hate to say it, but first of all, I don't think I understand the game now because you said it was such a bad loss. It was a great win, but I know what you're, I know what you mean with Deshaun Watson. I think it's more of a great win than a bad loss. Yeah, he was, this was his best game. Like maybe not even statistically, but he kept them in that. And, but how could you say it's not a terrible loss? First of all, it was a terrible loss by me. I know you and I. No, that's not the game, Sal. I'm saying worst loss. I'm saying worst loss because it was the worst loss for me and you too. You had Baltimore tied to everything. I had them tied to everything, college from yesterday and MMA and everything. And then I bet them live. I mean, can you imagine a better spot than taking the Ravens after that pick six? You see Deshaun is about to, he has such bad body language. Looks like he's going to take himself out. That Mitchell kid is so good for Baltimore and they give him the ball like three more times the rest of the game. And I don't know, there's just incredible choke jobs by Harbaugh. The three losses this year are disgusting. They have like 94% winning likelihood. Plus I think it was 99 today for the Browns one. Yeah, they have the three losses. They were all at 82% or higher at some point. I locked in on this game three different times during the day where I was like, just met, you know, when you're counting like your bets and your picks and just mentally, I was like, the Kyle Hamilton pick six at the beginning. I was like, all right, this is a win. Just need some luck with the other ones now. And then the Browns fought back. Then Watson looked like he was getting the shit kicked out of him. And it was like, all right, the Ravens, they're home. They're one of the best closing teams of the last few years. Like they've got this, 35-21, seems like it's done. Browns come down, really nice drive. And then within like a minute it was tied. And then, you know, they cut to Lamar a couple of times on the sidelines. And I'm thinking, is this January Lamar? Is January Lamar back? Did we do a body switch movie with November Lamar and January Lamar? And January Lamar kind of showed up a little bit there in the second half, but more importantly, the Ravens defense not being able to close at home. This was, everybody was saying like, Browns defense is number one, but Ravens defense, if you look at the stats, they're super close here. They're super close here. And they kind of gacked it. I mean, who's beating them in the Browns? David Njoku, Omari Cooper, Jerome Ford? These are not guys you want on your fantasy team. Shouldn't be, but their defense put them in good field position a couple of times, right? I mean, I know I don't want to point, but yeah, that's the thing. Baltimore, the regular season Ravens that went 12 games a year, typically, can run the clock out, right? When they have a two-score lead. They couldn't do that. And then with the help of Justin Tucker, I don't know what Harbaugh's doing. He had a manageable field goal and then he screwed around and Tucker misses that long one. Obviously proved to be a gigantic spot. Maybe the Harbaugh's need to do something else for a little bit. I don't know.
"jerome ford" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"So dumb. It's just that this is so far believable, but believable. Right. Incredibly believable. Yeah. It's just so far removed from the product that I think that we all fell in love with. And, you know, I mean, some of the some of the contact penalties were outrageous yesterday. I mean, like Donovan Peoples Jones was not on the field. He wasn't in the field. You can't you can't do that. You know, like it's just I don't know. It's outrageous. But yeah, it did it did actually like the one positive to me was that it did allow for us to get a game that was legitimately, legitimately won by an edge rusher, almost by himself. Right. Here's the other thing I want to talk to you about here. Honestly, like I talk like I talk to him after the game. That was like. It's very hard for a player who's not a quarterback to put to legitimately put his team on his back and carry it to victory. Miles Garrett like create like a 20 point swing yesterday. Yeah. If you if you add it all up, two touchdowns, two field goals, the block field goal that leads to an easy that leads to an easy chip shot field goal. Right. Then you have the touchdown that he generated on the sack fumble in the end zone. Then you have the other sack fumble, which I believe led to a touchdown. And so, yeah, there's a two field goals like this with the field goal swing. Right. So that's six point swing. And then the two touchdowns, that's 20 points. Miles Garrett had a 20 point game. Yeah. Now, after the game, Kevin Stefanski said that if PJ Walker had been hurt, Deshaun Watson goes back into that game and Deshaun came out of the game after he was a little beat up after just a horrendous interception. I mean, he looks awful on the field. He also looks hurt. So are we to interpret that with from Kevin Stefanski as we don't have a better option? We probably just would have one armed it Brock Purdy style, or are we interpreting that as like PJ Walker is better than like a 50 percent Deshaun Watson right now? This thing is so sideways. It really is. I mean, it's just from the beginning the way that it's been handled. And I'm trying to think now like that Ravens game that like he was a surprise and active for or whatever, like that's what, three weeks ago now, isn't it? Yeah, because he has their bye. So and that whole thing about him being cleared and then deciding not to play. And I mean, in those situations, the player is always going to look bad. You know, I had heard this is a pain tolerance thing. I know players hate that term for obvious reasons because it means they're it implies that there are you know what if they can't go. Right. Sure. And like so this thing, like from a communication standpoint, feels like it's gotten really sideways. And the one thing that I gives me, like the feeling that it's going to be OK, is like when you walk, when you've watched Deshaun speak publicly, he seems OK with everything. But I don't know what's going on deep down. You know what I mean? Like, and I don't know how he feels by the way all this has been handled. And it's just a it's a weird situation. And it's especially so because this is a team that's ready to win. You know what I mean? Like you watch the rest of this team. That's a good freakin team. And they've got, I would say, a top five defense now. They nailed their defensive coordinator higher. They've you know, I think for the most part, survived the loss of Nick Chubb. Not that it didn't hurt, but they can still run the ball without him. Jerome Ford looks good. Kareem Hunts filled a role. I mean, everything about that team seems like it's pretty much ready to go. Like even Elijah Moore, they've gotten something out of Elijah Moore. You know, like so everything about that team seems like it's ready to roll except the quarterback position. So that's why, like you look at it and it's like, God, like if they get the Deshaun they got for that Tennessee game, you really have something here. But who knows if we're going to get that guy again? Yeah, I'm going to leave it at that. I've had a lot of Deshaun thoughts. I think everybody knows where I stand on it. Yeah, no, I know. But but, you know, I just, you know, it's you can't screw that up. And it's it's looking pretty screwed up.
"jerome ford" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Seven innings to earn his 14th win JP Crawford hit his 16th home run of the season then and Jared Kilnick had a pair of RBI singles the M's are just a half game behind the Astros for the division lead as the series wraps wraps up today at 1237 in Oakland at the VMAC and rent in the Seahawks return to practice as they prepare for the Carolina Panthers on Sunday kickoff at Lumen Field is 105 veteran quarterback Artie Burns was signed from practice squad to the active roster the Cleveland Browns say Jerome Ford is now their number one running back following the season ending injury that Nick Chubb Ford rushed for 106 yards and 16 carries after Chubb was injured Monday night against the Steelers the Seahawks will play the Browns in October and believe it or not Manda the NHL's preseason begins next week bring it on that's right in Seattle Kraken will be in Calgary to play flames on Monday until that rookie training camp continues at the team's practice facility in Northgate and Shane Wright hopes to be a big part of the big league club this coming season you know my goal is to earn my spot in Seattle and to make that team but you know whatever happens happens in the veterans join the full training camp starting tomorrow sports attended 40 past the hour Eric heights Northwest News Radio coming up we'll check your traffic and a senator walks in wearing a bikini we'll tell you about the unrest at the Capitol over some very casual attire when the morning news continues it's 542 does Medicare pay for long -term care this is still one of my most common questions I get hi I'm Brian out with 525 advisors and host of long -term care radio Medicare becomes our primary health insurance when we turn 65 and like traditional medical insurance it does not pay for long -term care services Medicare is for acute care but it does not cover the ongoing custodial care that is required during an
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"Ritter barks out instructions from the 28 1st in 10. Cincinnati. 23 left third quarter days catches the ball shoulder high. Hands it off to Jerome Ford has running room around the left corner. There's a penalty flag down. He runs for a dozen out to the 40. But it's probably coming back. Yeah, I would think so, where it was thrown into the offensive backfield. Typically, that's on a running play where you're going to have a holding call holding offense under 75. Tanya penalty, It's still first sound. So the left tackle redshirt freshman John Williams called for the penalty. Back spare catch up to their 18, and it'll be first in 20. Clock runs with 1 54 left in the third quarter to see if the barricades can Dig out of the hole after the 10 yard penalty. Greater surveys the defense Wiley motions now comes back to the original direction. He's in the slot to the left. Return back to throw looking right, airs it out deep trying to get it to Michael Young. He makes the catch at the 50. Despite being interfered with he was going to be a penalty on Murray State. But young so strong came down to the ball and you take the catch. Obviously not the penalty. Nice job by Michael Young. Great throw by Ritter as well. 38 yards on the play Outstanding A man you're You're absolutely right, Dan just overall strength and he went to meet Want to get that football and wasn't going to let anybody take it away from him. Nice job Haven't McKee tried to bear hug him before the ball arrived and young history fused. To be stopped from catching it. Now he's trying to fire up the crowd. After that 38 yard reception. The Bearcats flip the field. They haven't at the 44 of Murray State. 1 28 left in the third Cincinnati up by two TDs. Three receivers go out to the left. Jaden Thompson goes out to the right. Now Scott goes in jet motion from left to right lines up in the slot to the right. Ritter, looking to pass throws it for Scott catches at the 40 tries to tightrope the sideline. And makes it down to about 36 8 yard game for Tyler Scott. Absolutely nice little throw like that picks up eight yards. You take it every time well done by Tyler Scotches topped the ball tried to get up the field. Took what they gave him. He got shoved out of three catches 51 yards 17 yards of crack for Tyler Scott. Second down in two at the 36 of Murray 47 seconds left in the third quarter. Operator, fixes his mouth guard. As he waits for the shotgun snapped, as has the ball fakes. A handoff fires toward the left sideline. Caught at the 30 Young escapes. One tackle, sidesteps another and picks up first down yardage As he's tackled at the 24 of Murray State. Dan you mentioned he tried to get the crowd fired up. He's got himself fired up to the nice job. Obviously the long pass where he really went up to get it in this case made three people miss and picks up the first down at the 24 Yards. One goes for 12 Yards, three catches 67 yards. For Michael Young, who was first team all conference a year ago. From the 24 of Murray State with 10 seconds left in the third quarter. Ritter moves under center for the first time today play action fake in a deep drop, he's going to fire and it is incomplete. He had young open as he broke toward the sideline, and the timing was off a little bit, and it's incomplete. It was exactly a timing route, and it took young longer to get out of his break than despot, and he launched the ball well before Michael went out to the kind of took that last break to the sideline, and, uh Unable to get it. Young comes off the field after the play two seconds left in the third quarter. Second down in 10 at the 24 of Murray. The barricades up by 14 points, two seconds left in the third. Return the shotgun Ford motion the quarterbacks left to his right..
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"So now Ford will go back in with her. McClelland second and goal from the eight Pierce out to the right young out to the left, two tight ends on the field for Cincinnati. Here. Catch up by seven days. Ritter has the ball. Hands it off to Jerome Ford. He will waltz into the end zone Touchdown. Bear cats. 2nd 3rd Quarter TD for Jerome Ford Man just outstanding blocking. On the left side, Jeremy Cooper and John Williams and throat center Jake Renfro in there as well Outstanding job of blocking for Jerome Ford. To get him into the end zone 91 rushing yards for Ford. As he nears 100 yards for the second consecutive week. Americans have scored on both of their drives here in the third quarter. Looking to go up by 14 points. Of course, Smith. Ready for the PE 80. His kick is up. It is good. He is a perfect 10 for 10 on points after this year. And the bear Cats have a 21 to 7 lead here in the third quarter. Nice job by the bear Cats in this second half coming out both sides of the football. With a little bit more passion than they had in the first half. And, um Again. I give him credit, Daniel. You talked about it. You're kind of flat in the second half last week against the Red Hawks. Clearly flattened in the first half today against the racers here, Murray State racers that is and then nice come back here in the third quarter for him. South Penn 1 28 left in that game. Notre Dame Down by five Toledo leading the fighting Irish 29 24. But Notre Dame is driving down to the Toledo 35 yard line with 1 24 on the clock. Okay. They need to touchdown, not a field goal. Alex Bales will kick it off for Cincinnati. Ethan Thompson backdate to return. Dominant third quarter for the bear Cats. After lackluster playing the first half. Here comes the kick off from bales. He crunches it no chance to return for Thompson. So a touchback for kicker Alex bails out of Westfield, Indiana. And Murray State will have it at the 25 yard line. But their cats on that drive surpassed Murray State in total yards 203 to 1 93. Desmond Ritter, now nine out of 1614 passing yards, one touchdown, no pics. C bear, cats can keep the pressure. On Murray State offense. Out of a pistol formation and 1st and 10 from the 25 rice. Hands it off. Casteel running right. Nice pickup on first down. He makes it to the 32 for seven yard game brought down by Will Huber sure was. That was a nice Got it. Quick. Start there. And, really, that's big yardage on first down seven yards like that. Two tight ends on the field for the racers, McDowell and set off Second and three from the 32 Yard line. 4.5 minutes to go. Third quarter 21 to 7 Cincinnati. Rice with the jet sweep hand off to the right. Nice tackle by Dairy and beavers as he brings down Lamar Tess Brooks after one yard game, third down and two for Murray State. Good job. He didn't allow the guy to get his body up the field, which would have got him a few more yard to released another yard as he was being tackled. So big third down here again for.
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"Line, thereby this like in this case, McConnell And Renfroe really, really did a nice job creating some space for drum for safety Brandon Burton appeared to have him dead to rights right at the line of scrimmage. Ritter gives it to Ford again, this time between left guard and left tackle, and he makes it down to the 21 for four yard pickup. Just not much that time coming back quickly to Ford. Well, he's got some momentum going. Charles McClelland go in and give four to break now. 13 carries That's a new career high for Jerome 40 as 84 rushing yards in the game. So McClelland is in Charles carried four times for 36 yards last week. And his comeback game from his second tear. Second down in seven at the 22 of Murray State, and the racers will call a time out. You could see some little bit of out of sync out there. They were all pointing at each other, trying to get some coverage over. On the bear cats, right left side rather on their right side, and they didn't feel like they had the right personnel. Head coach Dean Hood looked hot. After calling the time out. He's in his second year at Murray State. He is the former head coach at Eastern Kentucky. Head coach there for eight years to the FCS playoffs three times in his eight year tenure. One of his former players at Eastern Kentucky is a Bengal. Noah Spence, former Ohio State. Buckeye finished his college career at Eastern Kentucky and is currently on the Bengals practice squad second down in seven Cincinnati at the 22 of Murray. Alex Pearce goes out to the left. Michael Young goes out to the right. Toledo has pulled ahead of Notre Dame scoring 1/4 quarter touchdown to take the lead. Desmond Ritter walks up toward the offensive line. Now he motions Charles McClelland from his right side to his left side. Does is ready fakes. A handoff to McClelland throws over the middle, a leaping juggling catch by young and he comes down to the ball at the five yard line where it'll be first down and goal. Slant route and outstanding job by Michael Young went up and got it kind of slipped through his hands at the last second, but he continued down the field, was able to corral the ball and put the ball at five. On first and goal from the five catches a shotgun snap. Hands it off to McClelland. He will not get back to the line of scrimmage. He has pulled down. For a three yard loss at the eight yard line. Jerome Ford started to run onto the field the previous play the one that McClelland just carried the ball and yanking back because that way they can. Go on the quick count and not allow not allow Murray state to substitute and it didn't work out too well..
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"Tiger Woods is one of our most inspiring sports icons. A reflection in a lot of ways of America's history, its values and ideals. Quarter American Indian mothers have tight quartered Chinese in Puerto white, So you are. That's why you Americans, son? Yeah, Tiger has been world famous for decades in his story. It comes with many chapters. Groundbreaking achievements. Tiger Woods is the 100 U. S Open champion in history shocking fall from Greece. I am deeply sorry for my irresponsible and selfish behavior. He was on Mount Everest. And now he's at the bottom of the ravine. And, of course, what many believe is the greatest sports comeback of all time. Many doubted we never see it. But here it is the return to glory. But few people have really gotten to know Tiger. And winning you. C bear Cats are ranked seventh in the country. They have a seven point lead over Murray State in the third quarter. 14 7 Cincinnati 7 25 left in the third pair. Cats next two games high profile non league road games at Indiana at Notre Dame. Indiana began the season ranked 17th in the country, but got knocked out of the top 25 last week. When they lost Iowa and not only lost but lost badly 34 to 6 to make matters worse. They misspelled. Indiana saw that on the front of one of the jerseys instead of ending with I n a. It was an I A so one player on the team was In Denia. I saw that picture. Unbelievable. Bear cats have it at the 40 yard line of Murray State. 1st and 10, Cincinnati. After queen is Turner Has helped out the field for the racers. Return the gun. Three receivers left. Nobody out to the right does catches the shotgun snap fakes to Jerome Ford scrambling runs into his own man and goes down go as a sack. As he collided with one of his offensive lineman and went down for a five yard loss. He was clearing the line of scrimmage and would have had a lot of running room and got knocked down by his own guy. That was Jake Renfro that hitting For this so 2nd and 15. For the bear Cats at the 45 Yard line of Murray State. Read, are waiting for the shotgun snap right on the sea Paul logo at midfield. He catches the ball, hands it off to Jerome. Four dances, great jump cut to get away from a tackle, and he's going to run for the first down right up the middle of the field between the hash marks. To the 25 yard line of Murray State 20 Yard run. Nice burst that time. And good job on the front.
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"Caught the ball first, just not much running room kind of got trapped against the sideline. So a 75 yard touchdown drive on their first possession of the third quarter three and out on defense. I'll see if the offense can put Cincinnati up by two scores. Three receivers go out to the wide side, right. Ritter ready for the shotgun snap from Renfroe days has the ball. Hands it off to Ford started backward turns forward and winds up gaining a couple. They're going to spot it at 47, a two yard game. He can get again. If he can get turned upfield. He's alone. But when you got him going laterally like that you can't force him to the sideline. And that's what that's what the Murray State did this time. They give you an extra yard to the 48 3 yard gains second and seven for Cincinnati 60 rushing yards so far. For Jerome Ford, including the 13 Yard touchdown here in the third quarter. 7 35 left in the third. Cincinnati up. 14 7 Ritter ready to pass Quick throw caught by Jaden Thompson And he gets spun for a first down down to the Murray State 40 yard line. Tackled on the play by Take her others. I like Thompson that time had the first down suspicious catch, but he was able to make yards after catch. So that's that's outstanding and an injured player down from Murray State that is cornerback. Quinn is Turner. Right on the sideline close to the Bearcat bench, Right is on his backside right next to Luke. Pickle tastes basically at the feet of look pickles, where he went down, so two members of the medical staff run across the field to attend to Quintana's Turner. And that gives the bear cats the opportunity to huddle up. Before our 1st and 10 play at the 40 Yard line of Murray State will take a time out. 7 25 left third quarter Cincinnati leads by 7 14 7 and you're.
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"Minutes could save you 15% or more. In South Bend, Indiana. Toledo just scored a touchdown to pull within two of Notre Dame. The Rockets went for the two point conversion to try to tie the game. And failed to convert. So it is Notre Dame on top, 24 22. They've got six minutes and seven seconds left in that game are score here at Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati 14. Murray State seven early third quarter, the bear Cats taking their opening drive of the second half and going 75 yards on 10 plays to score. They took four minutes and 50 seconds off the clock Jerome Ford's 13 yard run Giving. Cincinnati is seven point lead 57 yards on 10 carries. Chance for Jerome Ford today. Her gets ready to kick it off. Ethan Thompson will be the return man for Murray State. Ethan Thompson is from Paris. Paris, Tennessee this case. There is an Eiffel Tower in Paris, Tennessee. Here comes the kick off high spinning end over end kick. Thompson will catch at the three and run toward the middle of the field gets slowed down by Charles McClelland and tackled at the 15 yard line. Yeah. Nice job. McClelland showing that great speed that we were used to seeing from him and nice job also, but also by Ethan, right down there as well. So along field for the racers as they will start from their own 15 yard line. They dominated the first half holding onto the ball for nearly 22 minutes out of a possible 30. Quarterback Preston Rice through for 134 yards, but he was intercepted three times. See if they can create some issues for rice coming right out of the chute here and Murray State's first drive of the second half. Murray States leading receiver in the first half to shun Britain, who had five catches on five targets and first in 10. They handed off to Witherspoon and he'll be pulled down. At the at the 19 Yard line. A four yard run on the play hurt his Brooks at the bottom of the pile, second and six wonder looked like Murray State went on a quick snap that time trying to offset that Cincinnati. Shift that you talked about in the first half Dan that was creating issues for him and causing him to jump offsides, and it worked a little bit there as they pick up four yards. Preston Rich in the gun, Fifth year senior Out of Tennessee. He's ready to go on second and six misdirection running play. Witherspoon will not get back to the line of scrimmage. He's pulled down for one yard loss. And again, it's Curtis Brooks. Nice job by Brooks. Really making a difference today, right now and big third down here. Absolutely. And Joel de Blanco will exit You know, I've said that a lot today, but Critical third downs. Getting off the field right now for the bear Cats with a little bit momentum on offense, six out of nine in the first half Wilson Hubert checks in all likelihood to go after the quarterback on third down. And seven press coverage. One deep safety for Cincinnati. Rice back to throw pocket closes gets away from Sanders running toward the near sideline penalty flags are down, Rice gets tackled by Darien Beavers about two yards short..
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"Eastern ESPN Radio and ES began news and then don't forget beginning January 5th Greenie with Mike Greenberg beginning, Tim A M Eastern time holding and go Joe the 79 yard touchdown run by Jerome Ford on Lee scoring in that third quarter. Longest rush Georgia has allowed in the last 15 seasons after you guys start the fourth. Wow. How about that? That's a great note. Kevin? Yeah. Only 85 yards for Cincinnati and offense in the third quarter and 79 yards on the Ford scamper was most of it. Lot offense all by either side in that quarters. We get the fourth Cincinnati moving right to left out back to throw. Ritter is being chased from behind movie to his right on his feet. He'll just fire that one out of bounds intentionally. That's the first play in the fourth quarter. Cincinnati leading 21 attempt and usually when we get a goose egg on both sides, point wise after that initial burst in the quarter, I'm saying offenses and executing, but no, these defense's of both come to play Cincinnati on their side who came into this game leading FBS in yards per play allowed by defense has looked every bit of the part, as has this Georgia front for Cincinnati trying to finish the season undefeated with a victory, they will close it out as an unbeaten team attendant all A 14 minutes and 53 seconds to pull that off. Against the powerhouse in Georgia's SAT back for Ritter is gonna hand off now to the back. Who's gonna duck inside your own? Ford had a great run. Play against them three yards of victory for Cincinnati, put it into context against the team like Georgia. I just saw the tweet from Dan Orlovsky uses great job is a college and pro analyst forces that expansion mandatory. All eyes are on this game. It's the Power five against the group of five. It's this playoff expansion. If the SEC all of this at stake in a game that feels a lot bigger than just one game certainly does. The bear cats and their program. Which has emerged as a tremendous program. Trying to finish up undefeated. The staff. Back to throw Ridder and it is knocked out of his hands from behind. The football is loose down on the deck in a pile on that Georgia says they have it and Georgia has the football. They have forced the turnover and a big one. Indeed, with 14 minutes to go in the fourth, trailing by 11 and disease, Ojul Ari there outside linebacker, Russian shot out of a cannon. On that play, and he gets the great 2021 sack where he's not going for the big hit. He goes for the strip. First take away for Georgia. Man. Did he come flying in like Superman and back that away a giant turnover. And a wild up recovered at the 25 yard line. So the Bulldogs with tremendous position here. Incredible bit of sudden change, Georgia's defense said to overcome it so many times, and now they provide a great bit of sudden change for that offense. Who's got the ball on the opposing 25? First down and 10 for JT Daniel's staff back to him. He's gonna step up now and throw short got it free to his tight end Fitzpatrick, who is upended after picking up the first down On the far sideline a 17 yard gain. Fitzpatrick a little bit gimpy.
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"Trying to dance ahead for another yard or two before he stopped at Burton, who could be very dangerous. Gonna pick up six yards on that reception. 2nd and 4th. This Georgia receiving Corps Big physical group right here. We mentioned this been team that averages really high in yards per completion all year up over 17 now, But these receivers also capable of doing a lot of that damage after the catch themselves. Cincinnati in front 21 to 10, Georgia, looking to get back to the end zone staff to the quarterback the hand off for white trying to cut back inside, Not a whole lot there. He'll gain in fact, not anything On that, Carrie Whites kind of a difficult day and really both sides running the ball had been having a very difficult day until the explosive run by Jerome Ford. Scamper for 79 yards and a touchdown for Cincinnati in the opening moments of the second half this be a great opportunity to look for Darnell, Washington Big 66 tight end body 67 body who is great for you early in the first half. Heard and for Is a hand off and it's going to be white. He's gonna be stacked up and short of the first down. On that carry trying to dart off to his left. Block. Go with a one on one tackle to stop him there and bring up four down. And one and another instance where the third down play calling Todd Monk in their offensive coordinator knew going into that. All right? I've got four downs down here. I'll get us a run. Get us to fourth and one. We're again a quarterback. Sneak here might be your best friend..
"jerome ford" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You're listening to the Chick fil a Peach Bowl on ESPN Radio and the ESPN F Well, Georgia quarterback JT Daniel's lost his helmet. Then he lost the football on a fumble. As you said, trying to do a little too much of the end of the play got to know when it's done. Heaven. Desmond Ritter, markedly different quarterbacks. We saw Ritter before the half for Cincinnati. Being able to make those dynamic plays. JT Daniels is my good friend Trey Wingo worked here for a long time has to know when the journey is over and just get the ball out of his hands Live to play another down. So Cincinnati will take over here and Ritter will get another crack at it. They're on top 21 to 10 here over the Georgia Bulldogs. And the third quarter. We'll start this from their 23 yard line. 1st and 10. He's back out of the gun. The snap. Looking trying to fire and he's going to go down in a heap is Georgia came on strong and sacked him. Herring with the stop. At that time Ridder could not spring free and he loses six. Say this this Georgia defensive front the line with talks so much about who's here? Who's not? What's the motivation? This group up front for Georgia? The front four of really come to play today. They've been harassing Ritter in the backfield. Being effective against the runs right now. This group as advertised. So Cincinnati with loss of half a dozen yards. Will bring up a second down and 16 for Ritter. Snap to him out of the gun's gonna throw short and incomplete and threw it the feet of Jerome Ford. Heading to the far sideline and incomplete. Heard down at 16 13 16, and this Georgia defense can now twist that group up front. Guys back into coverage dropped seven drop. They get their eyes forward on the quarterback. The response for this defense sudden change. You can give your offense of bone right now. On this. 13 16, Georgia with a bunch of defensive opt outs among those defensive back DJ Daniel and team Captain Monte Rice. Opting out for the NFL third down and 16 Inside their own 20 yard line. Snap back to the quarterback back. He slips and he actually touched with the knee and he was down inside the 10 yard line. Found himself on the play, and it loses nine. Georgia great job on that play of disguising pressure all the way up until the staff Adam Anderson there linebacker way back off and coverage. They bring him up in that front, and he's able to force some pressure from that right side that caused Ritter to try and plant lose his footing and go down for another big loss. Four times. Cincinnati has had a three and out in this game. So they bring on a punter James Smith. He's gonna punch from the end zone his own end zone here with 6 54 to go in the third. Cincinnati leading 21 to 10 to snap back to him and he runs up to about the five yard line before he punched it. With that left foot out to the 50 yard line. That's where Georgia has it, and the man has taken down. That is Jackson tackle right at the ankles and brought down in midfield..
"jerome ford" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Here on the run Jerome Ford across the 15 across the 40. They're not going to catch him across the 10. The five he's into the ends up in a touchdown. You talk about a lightning strike for Cincinnati. Your own forward off to the races and cashes in a 79 yard touchdown run. Right down State Street We talked about Georgia wanted to make their living rushing up the middle. But Cincinnati again when you've got the threat of Desmond Ritter to run in the backside when you've got the tight ends leaking out into the flat. As we get four loose the second year here five carries for 16 yards before that 79 yard burst that was made possible by the threat of your quarterback on the backside. Smith on For the extra point. It is up and it is good. Cincinnati, wasting no time and a leading 21 to 10 just seconds passing by here the start of the third quarter. Standing run by four. It's 79 yards and into the end zone. So about 14 minutes to go. Here in the third quarter. And Cincinnati has jumped out in front against the Georgia Bulldogs. 21 to 10. You're listening to Chick fil a Peach Bowl on ESPN radio. Great to have you with us here this afternoon. Dave O'Brien and Mike Olick Junior Cincinnati celebrating on their sideline. And you talk about coming out of the gate in the second half with some energy. It's the perfect start. We talked about winning that middle eight the last four minutes of the first half. And the first four minutes of the second half. That is every coaching Axum you've ever had thrown out there. Start Fash finish strong all of that for Cincinnati. Burst onto the second half stage like this, that's a gut punch. Goldsmith to kick it off from the 35 yard line for Cincinnati. And he booms this kick. Into the end zone is gonna be taken out by Georgia Jackson Jackson evades a tackle across the 25 cuts across the 30 and dives ahead close to the 40 with a flag down. It's a 39 yard return. Jackson. But a flag drop.