18 Burst results for "Jim Mora"
"jim mora" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"If they beat that team, I think I will, I do think they're a top four caliber team. You and I talked about this about who we think is a really dangerous team to play. They're really explosive on offense. I think it's really just going to take that because what I've been stuck on for them to is, you know, they obviously lost to Oregon, but beyond that, it's been I feel like they beat a Penn State team that's now a four loss Penn State team. It wasn't like they blew them out. They beat them, but it wasn't like a wow game. They did put up 59 the other day. Yeah, on Peru. No. No, that's fine, but I'm saying it's not like we're already mid into November. And we basically have two wins of note, right? You know, that's the part that I think I'm just kinda like, all right, I want to see it because. This will show it. All I'm saying is, like, obviously, I think people know this. I grew up rooting for Ohio State. It's not like I have a bias against them or anything like that. I just want to see it against what I think is a very good team. And I think we'll find out much more this weekend. Fair enough. Fair enough, but I do have a question for you. Is it enough for them just to win or do you want them to because they are and this frankly surprised me, a 19 point favorite against Michigan state? So clearly, Vegas is in line with the committee on being skeptical of Michigan state if in your questions about their defense. So let's say Kenneth walker runs for 200 and. What is Jaden Reid, 'cause I think January is one of the most underrated players in the country. I don't know why. Let's just say Kenneth walker runs for 200 and put Ohio State wins 41 38. You sold then or no. Sold to what point, meaning like sold that they can win a national title or so that they can win a national championship. I'd still be skeptical of the defense at that point. Like this is a team with 8 with a big time running back in a big time receiver. So, you know, if they give up 38 of them and still win, I don't think there's any shame in that. Michigan state's playing really well and they have two really special players. So when that game, yeah, I just still need to see more from them on defense. And maybe we'll see it this weekend. My personal feeling is that while Ohio State is certainly flawed, so is everybody else. And I actually think if you were to say, what's the one team that would have the best chance of beating Georgia in a national championship game? I think it's Ohio State. Just because of all those weapons on offense, as dominant as the Georgia defense has been, you're not going to hold that team to 17 points. But that being said, would it shock me if Michigan state won this week? Absolutely not. I think they're really good. Let's do this question is from David and Los gatos that's kind of near you. Oh yeah, look at us right now far from here. Enjoyed we go out there sometimes. BYU's colonised to talk a's name keeps coming up and Bruce's pact 12 coaching candidates articles. I get why any PAC 12 school would want him. But why would Kalani be interested in leaving BYU for the PAC 12? He has a really good thing going in Provo school. He has very close connections to loved by the fan base, winning team with depth, recruiting going great, big 12 membership coming. And a seat that will stay ice cold way longer than at any other pack 12 school. The money would be better in the PAC 12, but that is about it. Am I missing anything? I don't claim to know what's going on inside his head. Is true, obviously he has a lot of ties to BYU. But it's also not like he's spent his whole career there. He was at Utah for almost a decade. Decade, he was at Oregon state for one season under Gary Anderson. You know, I do think of all the points that David just made the most pertinent ones that now knows that it's going to be in a power conference soon. If they were still in limbo as an independent, and a PAC 12 on a good PAC 12 school comes calling, to me, that's a more obvious choice. But does he say, well, you know, in 2023, you know, we're going to be in the big 12. I don't think that that's a step down from the pact 12. And I know how to win here. Could be. Now, I do think again, like not every pack 12 job is created equal. He's being mentioned for all of them. I certainly think if Washington could get him, that would be a really good hire, but he may not think that's a step up. But if it's USC, maybe a different story. One of the issues that David touched on, which I think is a little bit significant is the money is different right now from what I understand what he has paid at BYU. That's not to say they can't up his contract significantly. But there is probably a difference there that we'll see how they respond to that part of it. And then this one is from Nick C obviously, Virginia tech fired when the news came down on Tuesday, the Virginia tech had fired Justin puente. That news came down at least before I was awake. I know you get up early early. I don't get up laterally. I gotta touch that at four 12 our time. And I was not up at that time. Well, it was so early that it wasn't like the first thing on my feed when I woke up. It kinda scroll scroll scroll oh, really, that happened. And at first I was like, didn't he already get fired? It's been so obvious for so long. It didn't even necessarily occur to me at first that he hadn't been fired yet. Anyway, hello through Bruce. Hope you guys are doing well. Would you agree that Mike alko would be a great fit for the Virginia tech head coaching position? I do not believe he has any sort of buyout. He's an excellent recruiter. He was an assistant at the university of Richmond, and he's familiar with the northeast and Carolinas from his playing career. He played a pen and previous coaching stops, areas of Virginia tech probably needs to target more in recruiting. He is a name that was in my search story on Virginia tech. For a lot of the reasons that Nick points out. I mean, he's a guy who was on Dave clawson's staff, multiple times. David lost and I was the head coach at Richmond and now at wake forest, elko has been in the mix for a bunch of power 5 jobs before. He was strongly considered at Kansas before they hired Lance lightbulb last off season. But I think he's going to get a head coaching job, you know, if not this cycle probably very soon because he's done a really good job as a defensive coordinator, time and time again at a bunch of stops. I think he would be a good fit here. I think there's a bunch of schools where you could see him. If David cutcliffe does step down, which there's been some rumblings about, Michael's name has come up as a possible option for duke among other places. So I could see it. I think they're going to look at some head coaches obviously as one. I think Jamie chadwell is another. I suspect, and I don't know what's going to happen with Billy Napier because his name is in a lot of searches at this point, but I think all those guys might be options. I think Marcus Freeman, who's the guy who replaced Mike alcot at actually never plays Michael, your place, the guy who replaced Mike Alcoa at Notre-Dame, but he's a very well thought of coordinator..
"jim mora" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Probably remember cow being really good, but short of that, I mean, what's the other PAC 12 school that you think is really good? It's just Oregon and USA. Stanford, I don't know. UCLA Stanford, I mean, those it's true over the last I mean, Stanford's gone in the tank here recently, but over the decade as a whole, Stanford was more successful than Washington. But as there are some very unique challenges to the Stanford job that you wouldn't necessarily have washed in. The other thing I'd say about Washington is there have been a lot of really good recruits coming out of that state recently. They just haven't been able to get them. If you are a good recruiter and you can land that receiver that just went to Ohio State and some of the other kids have come out of there. You're going to be doing pretty well for yourself. Do you want to segue too? I know you do. I've had so many segues in mind. Our guest did coach in the pack 12 championship game. And has been out of coaching for four years now and has now resurfaced as the head coach at UConn, and is already there. He's already on the staff. Was at the Clemson game, which is very unique. We asked about that and a lot of other things. I think you're going to find it really interesting. Let's go to our guests. All right, Steve, we are pleased to be joined by our guest. The new Yukon head coach, Jim Mora coach. Thanks for joining us today on the audible. Thanks for having me. I'm honored to be a part of this. All right, so we're glad to have you. You were kind of a neighbor of mine here in the south bay and in sunny Southern California. Pretty glorious place to live. What has it been like for you? You've lived in a lot of really cool places. I'm not saying I lived in Connecticut for a while when I was ESPN. But what has this transition been like and why Yukon for you at the stage of your career? All right, Bruce, you're right. I've moved around a lot in most recently I was living in sun valley Idaho. And so coming to an area that, you know, has some seasons appealing to me. I'm not afraid of the cold. I love the cold grew up. And boulder Colorado and Seattle Washington. So it can handle that. The reason this was appealing was number one, I have a burning desire to coach again. You know, I'm passionate about coaching football and in my 6 years at UCLA learned that the best fit for me in my personality was college football. And so when the Yukon job well, I'd spent the last three years, you know, being more of a dad than anything. My youngest son was in high school. You know, my kids have made a million sacrifices for me, and he had kind of asked me, hey, dad, if you could, you know, maybe hold off from coaching until I go to college that would be great so that we don't have to move or I don't have to move or you don't have to leave me, you know, I'm like, hey, I really won't pursue much. There's a couple things we're interesting that I really just didn't have that get up and go to really go after it. But when all four of my kids then were in college or out of college, you know, the runway was clear. And they all felt like this was something that I love to do and they supported me. The Yukon job came open. I've spent a ton of time back here because I was working for ESPN. So I've been in Bristol and Hartford. A number of times I've been on the Yukon campus. I've seen their amazing. I mean, these are really nice facilities here. Really nice facility. And I only football with basketball and baseball and track and we're building a new hockey complex in the soccer. It's just everything's top notch. So I express some interest. And I got interest back. So I started to communicate with David Benedict, who is the athletic director here who does a great job. We had some Zoom calls. As we talked more and more, I got more and more excited, apparently he did as well. You know, we were kind of feeling each other out. I went to Italy on a planned vacation with my fiance and as I was in Italy, I was talking to David a little bit and he said, listen, I want to come up to Utah, and I want to get together. And so when I got home from Italy, he was waiting in sun valley for me. On a Sunday Night, a little over ten days ago and we spent Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday together almost nonstop and he had offered me the job. I think on Wednesday, accepted it. We were together Thursday, flew out to Clemson on Friday and, you know, we're rolling now. So let me ask you that part of it. So what goes on with an AD in sun valley, where you are like, are you on the you can't be on the board with him for three days? So like, what kind of stuff are you guys talking about for all the time, beyond just getting know each other? Well, we're getting to know each other more than anything. Like you just said, we're talking philosophy. We were talking staff. We were talking culture. We were talking recruiting, we were talking about, you know, our philosophies on program building. We were talking about the challenges here at UConn. We were talking about, you know, my history, the good things in the bad things and how I've learned from them. The thing that was most impressive to me was David. You know, I can tell you that after a few hours, I was very convinced that this is someone I could work for. And they put me on the phone with the governor with former players with business leaders with people in our community with some of our top football supporters and campus supporters in two T, they also had the same thing as, you know, this has been a basketball school, but we want to support the football program. And we're not giving up on it, and we are here for you. And their messages were maybe 7 different words, but the message was always clear and it was if I come here, I'd have a chance to do something special. And so every day I got a little more excited. I went down to Clemson. I was in the press box for two and a half quarters and I couldn't help myself and went down in the field. I'm glad I did because we were struggling in that game from a score standpoint, but I got a chance to see how these guys were fighting for each other for their school for their team. Their attitude was great. I got a chance to get up close to him, meet some guys, see the physicalness of our team. And every day I get a little more excited Bruce. So, Jim, I wanted to, you mentioned, obviously going to Clemson. I think this is unique in that you got hired before the season is over. And you are already an assistant, right? You're considered part of the staff. Correct. So how are you taking advantage of that in terms of just talk to us about how that works? There's a head code now. But you are also the head coach of UConn and you will be the head coach of Yukon. How is that all work?.
"jim mora" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"My goal is to this team become the best version of itself. And I saw a lot of people saying the name bush Jones came up a lot. This sounds like something Butch Jones would have said. With the champions of life comment. You know, Matt Campbell has been one of the darlings of the coaching carousel world and I'm not saying like one quote changes that. But it was a weird one. That was definitely a weird one, because your fans definitely wanted to win a big 12 championship. Yeah, I think the challenge in that and I don't know where the messaging goes to as a lot of times, coaches, and we see this certainly with Nick Saban and sometimes the things he said in a podium are really echoing the messages he wants in the locker room in the case of this, you're going to play at Oklahoma. You are already 6 and four, if you're perceived goal, which is a seemingly an obvious goal to win the big 12 title after, especially after last year having the best season ever and you finished number 9 you would think, okay, is he just saying look, let's stay I want my players to stay in the process. I don't want to hear about how this was a lost season because we can't win the big 12 title, and now we have a huge game in front of us. Maybe this is I think so much. Look, nobody talks about the process more than Nick Saban, and obviously nobody has utilized that blueprint anymore than any better than he has. I think this was another way of saying it, but the truth is, and look, a lot of the books shown stuff came back to bite them when the program was slipping away. And when he was struggling, it wasn't when he was, you know, in the first part of his tenure there. But it was really at the end. And I'm not saying this is like Matt Campbell at the end. I'm just saying, it's like these things land differently when you're not on top or not after a couple of big wins. And I think that's where this thing is getting more oxygen. Yeah, I mean, look, I didn't tell you what he might have said in preseason press conferences. But if somebody had asked that preseason media day, hey is your goal to win the big 12 championship? And he had said, well, my goal with every year and every season is for the team to be the best version of itself. And if that means they end up in the championship, great. Nobody would have had an eye at that. It's when you're coming off of a really disappointing loss and have reached the point where this is officially a disappointing season, even by Iowa state standards, historically. So I don't know, well, maybe he won't be there much longer and they won't be able to pull that against us. I would have on his name, he is definitely somebody who Washington has interest in. I am told as we have a story up on that. There you go on the athletic this morning. I think that would be a good fit. I think that actually, I mean, look at the guy that just had great success there, Chris Peterson, I feel like they have similar wiring. They do. Let me ask you this is so the two names I heard that they are, they're very interested in Dave Aranda, and Matt Campbell, both guys in the big 12. If you're them, who would you prefer? Now they have different level of buy. But I feel like you can't say that in a vacuum because what if USC wants those same two guys? No, I'm saying if you're Washington who would you want? Of those two, I would want Matt just because he has a longer track record now. You know, I mean, I get why people are excited about Dave and I do, but this is his second season as a head coach in the first one wasn't good. So it's a little bit for a program. There's a little bit of Tom Herman risk there of your judging off a very small sample size. This season notwithstanding Matt Campbell's had a very successful tenure at Iowa state transforming that program, I would feel very confident hiring him if I'm Washington that he's going to turn us into turn us into a PAC 12 championship contender. If you were at him though, I would say at the introductory press conference, my goal is to lead Washington to a pet which he can check. Fair enough. I think one thought on that, I agree with what you're saying. Aside from basically apu I go the big nose tackle that started out at all. Basically, Dave is most of those starters are from the holdovers and the patent rule patent rule. Matt rule era. And now he has originally from the West Coast, but it's not like he was coaching in the pack 12 a lot. I mean he's from Los Angeles. So I don't know. I think those are both good options for for Washington if it comes down to that. I think the better question is if USC and Washington both went after Matt Campbell, which one would Matt Campbell prefer? I think Matt Campbell might be more inclined to go to Washington. Right. I think David Rand might be more inclined to go to USC. But we'll say. Well, to me, Washington is not an obvious necessary obvious jump from Baylor. I mean, Baylor, and this came up in my mail bag today that went up today. Baylor has now you know, he's within reach now of a ten win season. Or of a new year 6 bowl and if that happens, Baylor has done that four times since 2013 with three different coaches. That's a good job now. It wasn't 15 years ago. I think you know what's not a good choice? I had wrote this in this Washington search story about how it's one of the top jobs in the West Coast and is the top three job. And I was surprised at I didn't read every comment I didn't read many of them, but a lot of people pushed back on that. I was like, no, it would be like USC, and some combination of Washington and Oregon. And I don't know where anybody else would say, oh yeah, that's a better job than that. I'm sure some I did BYU radio just like you do a lot of in Utah and I'm sure there's a lot of people there who felt like well, hey, BYU's had a ton of success over the years. But I don't see who the other school is that would be among the top three that wouldn't be washing. Well, who are they who are they suggesting? To me, USC and Oregon are the clear top two. And then Washington's the clear three. So who are they saying you're saying? I don't know. I don't know where we're taking issue with Washington's spot in the top three. Well, I would say this. If you and I are old enough to remember Washington winning or splitting a national championship, right? If you're say 27, most of your memories of Washington are not of them being all that great, save for a couple seasons under Chris Peterson. If you're 27..
"jim mora" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And in just payments and closing costs online you can with rocket rocket can Then Carmen on CBS Sports Radio guy. I'm gonna start it off just because it's all I clicked it on. It's on TV. I went outside. I saw Snow blue. I did not shovel the snow. Don't know if that's the proper term for it, but the hell with it. Oh, by the way, Happy. Merry Christmas. Everybody have a merry Christmas. I'll get into the Ben Roberts burger stuff here in a second, I promise. But I came downstairs to my office and I told Connor Just turned on Christmas story, and I I'm a bring this up later in the show because there's actually a correlation with A couple of arguments about sports movies and a debate with college football. In a debate with Christmas movies and what constitutes a Christmas movie. What doesn't I think it's been done to death? I don't want to. I don't want to get close to it. I don't want to get near it because any time he gets brought up to me, it's become the The whole diehard Christmas thing has just become the same thing is playoffs with Jim Mora the same thing with Allen Iverson and practice. It's It's just done to death and I'm sick of it. And it's not about doing that. But because of that argument that goes on every year. I feel that I don't know if I don't know if if Connor's noticed Does, Connor says he's never seen the movie the entire way through and I think that's the point. If you watch a Christmas story, for whatever reason. Christmas story, which has been the only reason it is is because of TNT and TBS. Is a is a classic because it's it's on every single year for 24 hours. They started doing it when in the early nineties if I'm not mistaken, and so it's been going on for nearly 30 years, and it's become for some people a holiday Christmas Classic, and I don't know why. At the expense of Die hard. Or eyes wide shut or any other offshoot holiday favorites that some people might have. For whatever reason, A Christmas story has been Bandied about is one of the worst movies out there ranted and raved against and I don't understand why it's a movie that's offensive to nobody. From beginning to end. It's offensive to zero It's home spun. The mother in it is also Hanrahan is wife and slap shot. Which makes a little bit fun for Dad. Because I'm sure if Dad sit there watching it with the kids, especially if you're a man of a certain age or if you're in your thirties, and you haven't seen slapshot. You listen to this. It's a shame you really need to be watching slap shot because then you'll notice Handra hands. Wife is also the mother from a Christmas story. And when you see the certain parts, you'll thank me later. But if you're a man of a certain age, it's a nice little thrill to see the mother and hand her hands wife for the same person. The hair is completely different. But you got the son you got Ralphie. He's just like any other 8 10 12 year old boy, and I know how the hell old he is. He's got some little brother. It's It's It's again. It's offensive to nobody. It's just Americana. What this movie is, is every kid's dream. You grow up, You'll want something for Christmas. You want something big for Christmas? It's your hope. It's your dream. And for some of us, we get it. We love it. We love it. Hopefully remember it the rest of our lives because their parents work very hard for it. And for some of us, it becomes one of our greatest tragedies in our early parts of our life to tell us that life isn't fair and we might get used to it. That's all there is. And I don't know why the argument because people have gotten so passionate over stupid movie. I ain't honestly I don't care if he called a Christmas movie. I don't care if you want to get in some weird fight. Over over diehard go right on ahead. I just don't understand where Christmas story has a problem with it. The father is like any American father. He's kind of a goof. He works hard. He is entertained by Trite and really meaningless things. The leg lamp is basically there's not a chance in hell. I never put that in my picture window, but To him. It's a major award, and he loves the thing. The wife remember, we're talking about the late 19 forties here. This is afterward war to from where this movie is set. The wife is disgusted by it, and honestly, rightfully so. This isn't the red light district. This isn't San Francisco with the smut with the smut lane. This is this is this is supposed to be setting suburban Indiana. Even though the movie's technically filmed in Cleveland, Ohio. And I come from Cleveland and the Christmas story house. Is there an element? You guys? There's times where I just roll my eyes at some of the well, we're here today and it's December 1st. We're at the Christmas story house and I go on at the Christmas dress. But it's still a fun little thing. They got their work shop across the street there gift shop that you can buy a bunch of different different charge keys you can buy the you could buy a leg lamp, the leg lamp by itself. It's like $400. By the way, you could buy a leg lamp. You can buy all the stuff and go in there. You take the pictures, usually at some good time of year that he had previous years and hopefully again soon. They have one of the actors. They're like Scott Farkas. The kid who played Scott Farkas. He's there. The guy who grew up to be a porn director. He's there like the whole thing. It's all fun. So people back on this movie. And quite frankly, if you want to make an argument for your favorite movie, if you're really just want to have an argument to have an argument to have some fun during the holidays, like people do with die hard and other Christmases weaves. You go right on ahead. But not For what's wrong or or not at the expense. Of a Christmas story. I don't know if it needs any more defending. But if I look at this movie, it's not something that speaks joy to my heart. Every single year. I don't look forward to it.
"jim mora" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Maybe I was just being honest to say. And I didn't know you were wonderful. You see limbs and board material. You see the video? I am moving into pretty impressive clip trash talker like that. Did you ever talk Jim or about that? Because Maura was the coach. You know what? Jim Mora several years. I'm not the taunting tight. No, but you talked to Them there. I thought I taught them. I didn't taunt them. Very moving too quick. I just think the guys chasing me were more too fast like hell and try and make sure no one catchy. Don't work down that what I was I was trying to be, you know, I mean, listen, I was just trying to be what's the word? Stupid, modest to need a little time out. I don't have to try for that, my friend. This's some Damian Lillard. Paul George going on? Yeah, yeah, yeah. The sisters and the girlfriend's involved. I don't think it's quite that bad. Listen, like even when I scored, I just threw the ball over my shoulder. I didn't like, what do you want me to? Do? You want me to get everybody together? We row row row the boat? No, that's kind of why, and you act like you've been there before it all work out. Jeff and Munster. You're on water on Sophie. What's up, Jeff and second round banality. Guys love it. We appreciated Jeff. Thanks for listening. Yeah, For sure, Man. You guys are great, though a lot of and I got the perfect one for you. As soon as I heard that found by your mommy of Matthew McConaughey and specifically from dazed and confused, All right, All right. All right. Go.
"jim mora" Discussed on WTVN
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"jim mora" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"In the history of our lives without would have been a really big deal twenty nineteen now one of them definitely not one of them and thank you forget a little fizz Dale in their that's gonna be the first of many fizz Dale excursions that we have during the show tonight I just have a thing for David fizz Dale I have no problem admitting it it might be because we're from the same vocal family we are like we're trying to remain so I'll go check the rule book to find out if robots are allowed to play okay so we've got that one like everyone thinks about Dennis green and Jim mora when it comes to great press conference some outbursts single Terry was of what was a wonderful one here I want winners but for my money nobody beats fizz Dale mainly because phys Dale can become not just a press conference you can become a musical interlude did you put some did did you put some together with my guy phys I had the music David is Dale who was fired by the next either today or as I put it freed freed by the next earlier today for eleven million dollars also so congrats to fit is on but I can listen the guy's voice all day because as mentioned is not just words it's it's an entire performance all coming together to build beauty like this let's.
"jim mora" Discussed on The Phinsider
"But I mean, there's, there's a, a good handful of lead vocal guys from bands that I grew up listening to ranging from motley Crue to even crappy to thousands bands like panic at the disco that like their way, more involved in talented than the perception is put out there. A lot of it is just like they're, they're just a guy that sings the stuff occasionally does a little bit here and there, but there's some guys did a lot more than you -ticipant that they did. No, I knew Chris play guitar. Well, because I saw Soundgarden in twenty fourteen as on when they did that tour with nine inch nails. Which that was a mind blowing. The only disappoint thing about that is Matt Cameron wasn't playing drums on that tour is with Pearl Jam. But they brought Matt Chamberlain out who played like on every ninety recording ever. So that was cool. But I mean, I saw Chris Flynn and he was really good. I mean clearly capable of doing all that stuff. But the fact that it's just him. Yeah. It'll blows my mind because I mean like Metallica had that setup. Like when you listen to Metallica albums in the nineteen eighties, it's all James, the only thing, the only thing that Kirk does on Metallica on Metallica recording is a solo. Yes. Pretty much a solo specialist, James does everything else. Yeah. And so sometimes they do that, too, because like, if you're if you do vocals, like you're in the studio, if you're lead guy for guitar Ken just knock out all the guitar stuff real quick. Let you just focus on the vocals and stuff like it, it makes sense to do it that way. But, like people are. Really set on doing their own stuff, which is awesome. All right. That's a very anti football way to end our show. But. Football note US is up one zero over Panama for the men's game and the Gold Cup. So there you go football. No, there's your football people listening shows like that's not the football. I want. So I mean like originally, we're gonna talk about the uniforms, but honestly that was last month. I'm excited. I think that on eventually, they got a switch over to those throwback say, look, great, I like the current uniform, they have, but this is like this team keeps on trying to go forward with their look. But they have to realize they won a crap ton of games to championships. All that stuff with the classic look. So maybe at some point, you need to get back to your roots in terms of, like where you had your most success where what you have what you looked like when a lot of fans of this team I fell in love with. Team. And I think for most people, it's going to be that, when these guys were wearing the seventies eighties uniforms, even the nineties ones, you know, like I think that I ninety four throwback or the ninety four jersey, I have on a throwback. Got ninety four. I think it's a Wilson, you know. So I mean and it's just you look at it now enemy doesn't fit me. I can't wear it. But just even like that. Look, I remember being a kid and staring at jersey, interesting. He was a cool thing I'd ever seen in my life and link. That's still like I attribute that look with the, the sleeves in everything to like the classic dolphins look. So I do hope they get back to that. I like the new uniforms, I think they're cool. But I think they gotta get back to where this team is really rooted in his success and legacy. So all right, we wanted to twenty minutes. We did thirty two almost thirty three south happens. Thanks for joining us. We're back I think we're gonna. Tried to another show tomorrow, just to really try to catch up or gone per month. Got a lot done though. So for Zach, my name's Keith. Thank you for tuning in all eight of you. Appreciate it. The check is in the mail assure. You in the meantime will catch you later take your..
"jim mora" Discussed on The Phinsider
"Unlike all, which was the giant center, that guy a so they bring on these offensive linemen, and everything, I think Shauna here does a pretty good job. And I was respected that guy when he played for sure. I don't know. This is a football media in the twenty first century. I mean, technically report of it, we're gonna have like eight listeners or the show, so eight you're shooting high this week. I like it. It's a crowd so you because you're a music guy to we'll just we'll on this on a non football bit. I can't get over this, this blown my mind all week. So like most fourteen year olds I still have a subscription to Qatar world. San. I've just let it go in for a while. That magazine in my opinion was not very good in. I was just kinda like holding out hope that it would get better in my opinion has gotten better, it does, does it still come with, like one or two tabs of songs and stuff in it. Yeah. It's nice the most they'll do now is like three whereas when I was when I head a subscription like in the late nineties and early two thousands. I've had subscriptions since like nineteen Ninety-seven. I've been playing society six and I remember in the early two thousand eight songs is like. Like I mean, the, the tab section for people listening, they don't know what we're talking about. It just tells you how to play the song is premature written out. It's not like actual written music. It's like how the fr- looks is called a guitar tablets per simple. Anyone can do it. In the in the you can learn how to play the song or the interpretation of whoever transcribed. So anyway, they have a section in there, where they tell you on a budget, how you can cop sounds from your favorite recording in the like to do it different song every month. And sometimes they'll have a song on there, where I'm like, what is why is this cat, scratch viewer was on? There one time I don't want someone want ten now. I mean, Ted's Ted's agree Qatari player. I'm not gonna take that away from him. But I don't wanna I don't want that. You don't sound like a racist. I got you. Should've brought it up. So this month is black hole sun, which, by the way, that song twenty twenty five years old, which. Extremely old. They said in there that Chris, Cornell plays all the rhythm guitar parts on that on super known. Brill all of them, the only stuff he doesn't do or the solos. Interest. I mean I I it's hard player, but I've gone the last twenty five years thinking like that was Kim planning that stuff too. Yeah. Yeah. I mean I I wouldn't put it past Cornell that he could do it. He was a really talented human being. But I just didn't think that he did king and can't get over that does all week spend totally shook just totally stunned. I was like how Crispell and I've heard those songs on the radio this week because sometimes on my way home. I'll have lithium on salary gone. And I've heard a couple of songs. I'm like, wow. I have to rethink everything that I thought I knew about this. And this is all just Chris Cornell playing. You know, I think about the big beard on Kim like playing allow those songs on his think is like a guild s one hundred he had the s g lookalike..
"jim mora" Discussed on The Phinsider
"Besides the good old sportscenter our rerun over and over again. So I think from an entertainment sampler, it's the right way to go. But like from like a football standpoint is just like Peter Schrager. Please stop it killed. I friend like I really I used to love his draft content to, and he's kinda kinda Hollywood right now in terms of Naperville, since pretty good. I've liked his work that he's done for them. Some of the other players that they brought in Ben, I'm gonna be honest, if yet best. You know, I mean. Initial like if you really go back the real player player guy that kind of call peoples attention. May I signed him on was Michael Irvin, when they brought him it was like, oh, the Michael Irvin. Like he's kind of he's like he's a legit player. He's got energy, blah, blah, blah, blah. And Michael Irvin spent, you know, half a decade as Yellen stuff. I don't know if Mike urban ever gave any real impetus just Yellen stuff. Yeah, he just kinda. Does what he does. And it is entertaining. Like I Mike school. I like I can I cannot I do like Dion Sanders for the most part. Sometimes like says, I'm like. The hell do you mean there, but I remember there is on a game? It was Cleveland in Chicago. Good. How many years ago this was, but there was one play where the receiver just went and he just for on a jump ball downfield. He just bodied two defensive backs in the defensive backs ended up running into each other and fell to the ground in the receiver is standing there, and he was like, well, I guess, I'll just catch the ball, Indiana. You could just see the discussed on dance face. He's like, I remember he like verbatim. He was like wanna slap those two guys right now. And I always thought that was funny. I was I was appreciate that candor because I mean, we're kind of in an age where you get less, and less of that. So I so NFL network continue disappoint me in the. Yeah. And some of the guys they bring on the show, it does does not really work for me. I don't know. Is that the network would do they bring Reggie Bush on IRS he because I think he, he is a part time guy for them. Reggie Bush is, as if he I think they tried to once. Reggie Bush retired. I think they were thinking like, oh, LT. Did a nice job for us. Like, let's see what Reggie Bush can do. And then they brought a that, like, then where they really screwed up as life. Reggie Bush at work. Let's bring on 'em. J D. Just like where the FM I. I'm just gonna I'm just gonna make stuff up as I go along. He says things that are absolutely. He is he's rough. But they brought on Joe. Thomas, Joe, Thomas was awesome is good doom the combine. He was a good dude. He's funny to like he's got that like funny personality, it must be like a weird offense of line thing with him in Chris long, and TJ lying. In all those guys up north there. He's kind of like the logical continuation slash upgrade over a guy like Sean O'Hare, right? A hundred percent. Yeah. Because I mean, they, they bring on these guys were just Saturday's another one. I think Jeff Saturday is up for ESPN though, doesn't he? I forget. Track of who does what, what they bring on these which is funny, because I always think that Jeff Saturday in Shaun O'Hara look the same yet. So I, I was confused those two dudes..
"jim mora" Discussed on The Phinsider
"This is for people who wanna know more about the game. I remember their draft grieve us and their in depth look at the prospects used to be quite good. Yeah. I mean, the, the thing with my favorite part of this Smith rant on Josh Rosen, which was watching mooch sit over to the side. Just shake his head like, no, no. Like Steve stop. Steve. Too much too much. Yeah, I don't know. I'm sure NFL network was like oh, you know, this is this is great. This is gonna go conversation. This is this is controversial, you know, rotate all that, they, I said this before I'm repeating myself, but is important to note for me. I really think NFL network jumped the jump the shark for good in the twenty fourteen draft when they kept coming back to. Is this where Johnny Manziel is gonna get draft? I remember watching that, that, that on broadcasts and thinking, yeah, this isn't this isn't good because they used to be better than the and I was come back to. I know they've been around two thousand three but my first real experience with NFL network was on early two thousand five when they were breaking down the top three running backs in that draft, which Ronnie Brown. Carnell Williams, Cedric Benson. And it was amazing. I came away from that thinking, well, why wouldn't we take Ronnie Brown because I mean they talked about is the fastest he was the best blocker of the three overall the best best, toughest runner. I mean, just in terms of like a skillset completely well rounded did pretty much everything. Well, you know, it was a good receiver out of the backfield all that stuff. So I was like, well, the it, of course, we take him and they just the way they broke it down. I loved it and now it's just kinda like teams E ish. You know, I mean they have like they have like a morning like chat show bike that they do. And don't get me wrong..
"jim mora" Discussed on The Phinsider
"Apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast app. Like a fun team and whatnot. But ultimately, lacked 'plain. Yeah. And then when they went on the road in the playoffs at your they, they, they got thrashed. It was over way. So I mean they hit they had some like cool cool aspects on that team like some really fun like wasn't Patrick Ernie when their defensive ends? Keith, Keith brooking was our linebacker. That guy had a nice little run there. So. Yeah, I don't know Jim Mora, but so I didn't understand why he had to drag. Josh Rosen on that. I thought that was on professional. And it sounds like he really offered any insight or anything now sat sat there, and it was almost just like, you know, grasping at straws while while, you know where I'm when he's talking about this. You know, isn't millennial and everything. You're not telling me anything that's gonna change how I coach him. The wildest thing is like. Fast-forward a whole year after that he is replaced by Cuyler Murray. And there's talk him going to Miami or wherever he's going to events, Steve Smith has that same like outburst 'em, like just looks like idiot on TV again during the draft over a guy that, like we get it, we had this conversation, a year ago, people understand what the conversation was. Let go if it's a problem, he won't take them if it's not a problem someone will take him. And he'll play. That's all those two. Steve smith. Punchout a teammate. Yes, it like the lunch line in the cafeteria of the Panthers facility. Yeah. I've, I mean, don't get me wrong. Great player. Yeah. A incredible career what he was able to achieve. I always thought that guy needed therapy, though. Just I mean, like very like a very volatile temper on that, dude. I realized that, that's totally cool. When you're within the sidelines and. I out there like you know, we're on the grid iron where, you know, hey, this is where warriors come to play all that crap. But I don't know. I've just I've never really liked his attitude for someone to call Josh Rosen like that. I think about I want to say it was the two thousand five NFC championship, and they were in Seattle and he was totally showing up John FOX because he was all pissed off. He was trying to take over and everything. So I mean like that guy can just go ahead and take a step back. He was not the greatest teammate. I ever witness play the game football. So I don't know in I understand that he was just kind of shooting from the hip, and I'm sure an NFL network loved it because, you know, it creates conversation and that's the trap that I think they fell into which is sad. Yeah. We gotta catch up to ESPN. Like we don't mind some BS within here. Right. Yeah. Which is what I liked about NFL network in the first place. They didn't do that. You know they're very much. Hey, this is for the fan..
"jim mora" Discussed on The Phinsider
"And like it was just deafening in the place where they live. Because everyone else in there is a jets fan because they're all transplants from the, you know, the eastern seaboard. They're all from New Jersey, New York, and so forth. Yeah. So I, I hear that. And I remember last time I was down there. I, I went to one of the local sports bars on a Sunday with my dad to watch. The, you know, the, I think the early slate and there's a bunch of people in there wearing those like old school pads jerseys. It's like some guy was in there wearing a Steve Grogan jersey on governs in strangle him. What are you doing? I realized I mean, they're all down here from Baston, you know, so while we're while we're on the topic of other AFC east teams I came to the realization today, which you're, you're much more the NFL historian than I am. But I keep to the realization that the jets have won the same amount of AFC east titles as the Houston Texans, which used to be the Oilers. And they've won one less SE title than the colts four from Baltimore one from Indianapolis, like that's, that's mind blowing. They've only won four total AFC east titles. Yeah. I think Kevin brought that up the last time he was on the show. Because he was making fun of him because he spends he spends a decent amount of time trolling. J. T. S. Ass on butter, and he brought that out there tied with the Oilers Asensio and they have fewer than the colds in the Colt haven't been in the AFC since two thousand one they left after that season. So, yeah. And the two thousand one season was terrible. That was the year of playoffs. With Jim Mora. So. Long, live that sound bite if we're talking about Jim ING, those go off on a little bit of tannin for second for if you're talking about the, the. Ultimate Jim Mora soundbite though, in my opinion. It's not that one I think it's nineteen ninety six and they are in that was when I like we just sucked we couldn't do. Laura, that's people don't talk about that one enough. And they talk about the playoffs one too often they need to spend more time focusing on deadly poo when he was coaching the saints because I remember I remember at the time I was twelve and he said that, and I was like ends a grown grown adult need just said that. Jim Moore senior had soundbites like his son destroyed UCLA's programming. He did. Did he torpedo UCLA's UCLA's? He, he gets fired after, like a hop a skip after Brett Hundley. If Josh Rosen, doesn't choose to go to UCLA and just carry those or guys and then he kind of dragged him through the model bit. Yeah. Yeah. Through the Predrag process, which I thought was lame. Yeah, I mean I didn't understand what he's doing there. I mean typically the criticism, you see coming from coaches, it's like, when Brian Kelly when he was talking about to shine. Kaiser and said he should have stayed in in college another year. He was like I just think he could've probably used one more year of preparations seasoning. That's prematurely said, yeah. Simple, simple. And he said there and he and he's calling I mean it. I don't know if it was malicious, but I'm definitely someone who likes to read between the lines. And it's like if you didn't have a problem, you wouldn't be offering the information if so when he's in there, and he's like, well, he's a millennial so like you, he's going to ask why..
"jim mora" Discussed on The Phinsider
"And I mean prior to San Diego moving up there, and Rams moving out from Missouri. They're like it. It's, it's USC UCLA town like when you walk in there. It's it's like a battle for the city between the college football teams. Then you sprinkle into NFL teams that you're building a huge new stadium out by the airport, which is going to be a nightmare to get to. I can understand that. I don't I mean, there's some California sports seems actually really like football, obviously doesn't fit into that equation. But I mean they do have a lot of teams out there. It was nice to see the Rams go home, in my opinion. I felt really bad for Saint Louis losing them, because I know Saint Louis is trying like hell, the city to hang onto them and cranky just wasn't having it. But I don't know. There's just there's a lot to do out there, and I don't know the feel like California fan base support is usually fickle at best anyway. Well, I mean we're we're just talking not wholly what to do out there. We're talking multiple sports teams. But you also have to contend with, like you can go to the beach any day that you want. Are you gonna spend Sunday pay hundreds of dollars to sit in the stadium to watch a football game or like go to you'll go go hike through big sur's? Yeah, exactly, like, you know, like there's so many things to do out there, that, like most places you got to compete in that scenario with other sorts teams or whatever. But like every day, you know, you see those, California commercials. They like, we, we work on the beach, blah, blah, blah, like. Oslo. Yeah. I mean that's that's kinda how it is like there's if you live in the short points if you live in nice parts of LA county. Ours county San Diego, like there's plenty of stuff to do. Oh, yeah. I mean it's unless I gotta say, if I lived out that way, I'd wanna live in San Diego or near San Diego. So it's been my, my favorite part Celts San Diego by far was my favorite city out there. It's gotten. It's nice..
"jim mora" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Loved your moral courage is having fun with Dave cut together. A little little Jim Mora. Steve Kerr already there. The playoffs. Finals playoffs finals playoffs. Talk about the final site is all we can win a game a great club. I love your more. Good stuff. Here's Klay Thompson. After the game last night talking about potentially having to play these kings in the postseason in the first round thoroughly enjoy that. And it'd be nice both for both just for travel purposes. Yeah. I don't think it'd be a fun series because these guys can play and the teachers very bright said leaf. Yeah. It might be nice to just sleep in your own Ben player in the west coast of what would be a tough team to play in the first round. Here's Kevin Durant. Talked about seven blocks for him. And I don't know if officially changed the Slater sudden, he's article they might be changing some of these blocks to steals listed with one St. last night, seven blocks, the four of them were like don't want up, and he kinda just rip the ball away sort of a rip away block steal. I don't know. It's like it's like you call it a fumble recovery. I mean, this is like the strip sack Dave gonna get credit for both of them. Right. Just tack on a sack fumble recovery. Forced fumble unless it's the tuck rule unless it's the tuck rule. Well rule doesn't exist anymore. Dave. It's all good. It's all over that doesn't. It'll never happen. Again. We're told I here's Kevin Durant on the seven blocks. Now, he was so successful last night. Just got lucky that thank Marvin Bagley. Dan, rookie disown me to both. You know in the first quarter. I just swipe man, you know, undisciplined type defense, but I've seen the ball in my face. Got father does. And I got you know, that's I got seven blocks. He said that he was just a case of him being a little young exposing the ball too much or Kevin Durant took advantage of it. And then somebody decided to ask him have been slated here. Asking how about the back and forth. You in Bagley had Kevin Durant said not so fast. It's going to kind.
"jim mora" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"That's how you get the twenty two trillion of debt miseries. On both sides of the aisle. That all said. The market ramp is brought to you by. Investment dash models dot com. That's Jim Mora back wanted a great market timers. No grey areas with manual either interrupted the market with is proprietary indicators go. Check it out investment dash models dot com and the best we can put it as we finished up one fifty five and twenty-seven NASDAQ one seventeen NASDAQ one hundred one twenty eight advanced the clients twenty three to thirteen on New York twenty one to ten on the NASDAQ still no new highs. The story was when the Brexit vote came in. We were up one fifty and we went to flat. And then we just rallied back up in spite of it's not the news. It's how the markets react to the news. And I'm just letting you know that the institutional crowd is still in there. Remember price on the downside. Not satisfying the selling price on the upside, not satisfying, the binds so price gets bid up and price gets bid up and makes patterns either bullish or bearish, and I'm just letting you know, well, a lot of stocks are setting up in these patterns that we love. And all we need to do is have them trigger. Best example. I just let me give you a little silly. Simplistic example, you have a stock trading between seventy-five and eighty. For six months and every time it put kits eightieth comes back down every time. It's seventy five it goes back up. We wait for the breakthrough that eighty on big volume. Well, there's a lot of things that have that potential the now breakthrough and I'm giving you a simplistic one. It's not as simplistic because we had so much damage to the downside. But I'm just letting you know, my list gets bigger every day up setups. Now, still no new highs in the market. That's how much damage is done. But if we get through resistance, and we get through the fifty day moving average more things are sure to show up. And when I mean, there's no new highs. I have to. Three. Names on the New York that for me matter. On the NASDAQ. I have none. Seriously. Not making.
"jim mora" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"So there's there's a lot of questions about stability. And then you're going to say, okay. Well, this is this is the administration. If is in fact was true that tried to try to block a guy from from even talking to teams. And I don't think that looks that. That's a good look for USA. If in fact, it's true if if cliff leaves how does coach Helton recruit succeed and survive the following season? Well, you know, he's got to win. Here's a reality with USC. I don't care who the head coach is it could be anyone of us could be. John Ireland for the most part you were going to beat almost everybody else for kids in southern California. That's the way it was when Jim Mora was behaving USC three in a row. They still were beating the Bruins recruiting lots of kids. It's just the way it is that US do. And so that I think is as a part where I don't think it changes. But whoever goes in there you inherit some good quarterbacks. You heard a bunch of really talented receivers. But you have some question marks. Certainly the often for line hasn't been very good defense has to get better. I mean five and seven is nowhere near where it needs to be. So, you know, for clay Helton, and I think Klay l look good, man. I think he's gotta find a way whether whether cliff is there are not to get them better Monday through Friday, do the things that you know, this thing I wrote about when they were hiring clip. Even before it. You know, cliff is a terrific koshen, the brilliant offense in mind, but they needed more than that. Because issues warrant just offense. Issues. I think were was that seem physical and tough enough. And there was a lot of areas where they came up short. And if you talk to people in football who had been around those practices, it just would run very differently than it has been during the week understand the p Carol era, and they gotta find a way to get that edge back and clip could help with it. But they needed more than just Clinton. I don't know how the product is gonna be dramatically different on the field all around it. Whether cliff is there or not all right. Hey, listen, Bruce. Thanks a lot for coming on. Bruce Feldman from the athlete. Thanks. Thanks, guys. All right, cool. So there's an update on there's a lot of foggy nece when it comes to what's going on with cliff Kingsbury other than the fact that he's interviewing for the New York Jets head coaching job private schools. Secret contrast. Absolutely, right. Mason and Ireland ESPN LA. It is the first purgatory of twenty nineteen and it's an extended version and. Attended version. Lucky me. Prints juniors here Georgia's here five seed, George I'm gonna five seen your five seat in the ESPN, Los Angeles fight tournament. Okay. Since you guys are getting UFC. I took all okay. Personalities bracketed them. We needed them. You lost a Michael Thompson split. The Thompson who tries to such him down. But his reach was too much. Great reach. Yeah. I know, but you can't move. You need hip surgery, doesn't it hips reach more from you just didn't show. I had like I it's like a like an upset in the tournament. He was the higher. See, I tell them respect. Wait till the way to that. Pre game starts I'm gonna take him out during the pre. Yeah. Hurt Morrison won the whole thing that makes all of a sudden in the finals. Yeah. Go blood and go let me win. He's still in good enough shape. And he's in great shape. Legit black. He pretty recently too. Yeah. It's it's not like where was the time. For twenty years was down the list..
Jim Mora Jr: UCLA's Josh Rosen 'needs to be challenged intellectually'
"This is a difficult spot for a young player because you have no control over this process they pick you you don't pick them so if you're perceived as pushing back right at at at best you're going to get what you want and that means an entire fan base is gonna hate you for your entire life and at worst they're still gonna take you and it's going to be a big ugly mess for everybody so i can understand why guys would not come out and say you need somebody who will say it on your behalf and that leads me into the comments that were made last week by jim more the former ucla coach on nfl network when he said that he thinks darnold the usc quarterback is a better fit for the browns then morris former pupil at ucla josh rosen peter king goes in depth with that today it is monday morning quarterback column and and and get some more quotes for more explaining at the bottom line is simple it's clear it's easy rosen.