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"john carroll" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Going to our third and final hours. Still time pretty get through. 18006368686 has promised. We're joined right now by the new head coach. The Los Angeles Chargers. He was introduced his head coach yesterday He had served as defense coordinator for the Rams this season. He spent the previous three seasons as an outside linebackers coach for the Broncos in the Bears. He was a national coordinator of the year. John Carroll University. He is the former sports Clark for the News. Harold in Willoughby, Ohio. The Charger is coming off a seven and nine season third place in the A F. C West. Brandon Staley is my guest. Brandon. Really Good to have you on the show? How are you? I'm doing great, Jim. How about yourself? Good. Really good. Great to talk to you. I'm curious. You were named head coach on Sunday and officially introduced yesterday. So what of the last few days been like for you? They've been busy days, Jim, but they've been good days lot to do, but there's so much to accomplish two. So you kind of feel like it's the end of the day that you're always getting something done. That's the good news, but You know a lot of people to meet. I think that's You know what's so exciting for me is being able to meet the people that you're gonna be competing with every day and you have been trying to reach out to a lot of our current players, former players and then people within the office and Um, talking to people like you get to meet people like you. So, um, it's been amazing dream come true. And, uh, you know, I'm excited about it. Brandon Staley is joining us. He's the head coach of the Chargers. You know, it's It's an amazing opportunity for somebody like you. I'm curious. What was it about this specific opportunity with the Chargers that appeal to you? Most of all? I just felt like the vision for how to run a team really fit with what? The panel's family and Tom cholesterol at McGuire our leadership here. I think that they really, you know, saw and me the You know my vision for a team and, you know, I think, Tim there's so much possibility here with the Chargers being here in l. A. The history of the team. But now you know, an exciting future. And then this team that you know is currently here. The players that we have There. A lot of really, really nice pieces on do you know, I think that it's always good to go in a situation with, you know, a roster that you believe in that that has potential and that you also have AH Leadership group. That you can team up with to maximize that. And I think the opportunity in the city of L. A Jim, you know, you know better than I do. I think there's a real opportunity here and you know, um, that's what made it so attracted to my family and an incredible opportunity. Tremendous upside. Brandon Staley is joining us Now, when you mention your players again, you know that I'm obviously one of the first guys you're gonna try to reach out to I would imagine is your quarterback Justin Herbert. In fact, the story goes that when you found out You were going to be head coach. You called your wife, Amy, and then you call it Justin Herbert? Because you want to hear him or wanted him to hear your voice and your energy. Why was that important? Brandon? And what was that conversation like? I think, Jim, you know what the the hallmark of our you know, Program are going to be relationships. You know, I think in order to maximize you know that the competitive side of the game you gotta invest in relationships first and foremost, And I think there's no you know, no one more important to our success in our quarterback, and you know, just so excited toe. You know, Enter this, You know, competitive journey together, you know, And I think he's expressed himself to the NFL. And you know, I you know, big part of the reason why I was so excited because, you know he's at the beginning of his journey in the NFL, and I think that we can partner up and And team up and be together for a lot of years. And so, you know, I just wanted him to know it means a lot to me to just listen and learn about him. And then you know, on my way down to the press conference yesterday, you know we were able to face time and he was able to see my wife, Amy, and you know that's important to me and, you know, certainly, you know, looking for connecting in person as soon as we can. Brandon Staley's joining us used to keyword here relationship because it seems like players at every stop where you've been. They all love you, and they mentioned that they love you. And I'm kind of curious When you go about developing those relationships. You've got that old school approach where it's my way or the highway. I mean, it seems to me that you want to motivate these guys and you want their respect. What? You want them to love you as well. So how do you draw that line? How do you go about developing those relationships? Think each guy's different. I think going into it. All you can do is be sincere. I think what people respect is, If you know you're consistent and just be yourself, whatever that is, just just be that and so that's what I try to do. Just try to give people lens into my experiences where I've been where I'm trying to go and then try to listen a lot. You know, I think you'll be surprised what you learn about people when you listen. Um you know, I love asking questions because You know, before you leave somebody, Jim before you coach him, You know, they have to believe in you, you know, And you have to know them, You know, so that you can know how to you know, Coach lead teach them so that's just always been important to me. And you know a zoo? You may you know, be aware I'm you know, the son of a teacher and a coach, And that approach is always worked well for me because You know. Ah, player is never gonna push it for you. If he doesn't believe in you, you know, and you're never gonna be able to, you know, have those difficult conversations or those competitive moments. You know where you were Trust is really you know, at the center of it. If you don't know each other. So, um, you know, excited to get that process started here with the Chargers Chargers, said Coach Brandon Staley is joining us. I am aware that I am. In fact, I was asking about that because one of the stops on a journey to being an NFL head coach. On the outside is that very fact people talk about coaching trees. You're proud member in fact, of the Bruce and Linda Staley coaching tree, you're the son of a coach and a teacher. So what did you learn from your parents growing up that you do apply to your work and your life right now. Well, I know that my parents thought about their to their students and players before themselves. They put them in the center of all their decision making, and, um, you know, I just saw them pour into people. And how much they received in return. I saw them be able to impact lives and, you know, really, you know, change the trajectory of you know young people's lives, and I felt like That just had a really big impact on me and I more importantly, I saw how they did it. You know, my dad always had the pulse of the team. He knew people's parents. He knew the kids he knew. You know exactly how to coach on the Halloween and then you know, he had this balance of being able to coach him hard and then love them harder and My mom was the same way. I just saw her maximize people in the classroom because she could take people that you know, you would say maybe come from a tougher background and, you know, really get a lot out of that. Did you know? You know whether it was a boy or girl? Because just the belief and sometimes it was like, you know, being tough on him, You know, because no one had been tough on him. You know, no one would believe that I'm in. So just, you know, I learned so much from them and really my entire leadership style, you know, can be explained. You know by my parents, That's excellent. I want to just give a quick follow. Your mother passed away at a young age duty cancer. I lost my father to cancer. So anybody who's been through this knows what that's like, Like, what was she like? What was your mom? Like? As the wife of a coach, the mother of a football player. Tell me about your mom. What was she like? You know, she had this ease, Um, in which he did everything I think..
Fresh update on "john carroll" discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Best d. One team in ohio reason why i'm not saying best team in ohio is because while i'm not sure what mount union is doing. Actually find that out today. Shy so i can not mountain raider. Mount union football mount union d three. They're normally fighting for national championship. So that's why. I always say mount union normally the best team. And what you know it. This is a mount union team. That is seven. oh as well That's two teams better than that. Team in columbus shocker. Let's see the closest game. That mount is one. This is alliance by the way so out of the area but I don't care. The closest win was against john carroll at john carroll twenty eight fourteen and university heights ohio so yeah. Mount union has my respect like ucla and all the local teams. Actually what is wilmington. Wilmington got hit pretty hard by mount union. Sixty three nothing but that's expected bound unionists. Pretty darn wilmington's. Having a better year this year though which is nice ac- central state seems to be having a rough year. Wilmington is winless. Where did i think they had a better all. Wilmington loss game. thanks to cova protocols. Dang and last few games haven't been close..
"john carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"At the West Front of the Capitol with an indication from the Reverend Father, Leo Jeremiah O'Donovan, many races, creeds and colors. National backgrounds, cultures and styles. Now far more numerous and on land much faster. I'm an arch Bishop John Carroll wrote his prayer for the inauguration of George Washington. 232 years ago. Artificial Terrel prayed that you o creator of all Would assist with your holy spirit of counsel and fortitude, the president of these United States That his administration may be conducted in righteousness and be eminently useful to your people. Today we confess our past failures to live according to our vision of equality, inclusion and freedom for all. Yet we resolutely commit still more now to renewing the vision. Caring for one another in word and deed. Especially the least fortunate among us. And so becoming a light for the world. There's a power in each and every one of us that lives by turning to every other one of us. The thrust of the spirit to cherish and care and stand by others, and above all those most in need. It is called Love. And its path is to give evermore of itself. Today. It is called American Patriotism..
"john carroll" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That is Duncan. She I bought that album for that. I think that time what you know, or did that come out? I wouldn't That's early nineties. I've never even heard of Duncan Cheek hot. Yeah, I think so. And he was he the one? I think we went to this. Was he the one that went on to write a musical or two? Yes, Yes. Yes. Yes, Anyway, But, yeah. Talk about a CD that I couldn't give away. Probably now, right? Because I never know if someone said Duncan cheat to me and I'm like, Is that a news? Another great way to make a cake right? It also occurred to me that means Be. We shouldn't be playing a song called barely breathing during a pandemic. There you go, but who never knows what the song says. Anyway. You find out years later, all right, so last night Big Sky Episode two right after the big job dropping finale last Tuesday, which restocking you still won't talk about, But, um This show is so Good. It's so good. You keeps you on the edge. You know, I don't like scary or anything. But it's thriller is David E. Kelley. You gave us big little lies, and it's he's giving us the undoing. He's Had kind of a busy season because that finale is Sunday night. People are just there was a huge twist in the penultimate episode of the Undoing. Oh, really, and you're still loving it. Yeah, but I think that's kind of David E. Kelly. If you look at any of his shoulder does know how to do twists and he He kind of takes as soap opera story and takes it up a level And, of course, these air based on the books and, um by C. J Box, the highwayman or the highway, syriza or something like that, But I just watched a half hour of it, but good. I love it. I love that Kylie Bunbury or Girl from Pitch and John Carroll Lynch is just a perfect Weirdo. Creepy guy. Oh, it's just good and you know, they have a character. Um, who plays Jesse James could tell in. It's the first non binary actor. Who was cast in a mainstream drama. Yeah, that's the lounge. They called him in the truck. I didn't even know this in the trucker like the truck stop world called Lot lizards. Oh, wow, are great. The names for people were, you know, working the sex trade in the sex, said your last lizard. Ah, Lot lizard, a Stuckey's you or whatever you know, but, yeah, I think that show was very good. I do too compelling. It's very compelling. I don't know how many episodes air where there were two in. You have to wait a week to watch. It sums up. So I'm saying and that's on ABC. You can watch it on demand on ABC, and and then the other big show. I know that we both watch the bachelorette Thai chef. Really, you know, getting down. Of course, they're all quarantine that Look Quinta in Palm Springs and You know, the show always takes place in a bubble, even though this time they're really in a bubble going out doing anything outside of the resort. But the fact that Tyisha and, um The guy's name. I have been Evan. Yeah, had were the George Floyd What happened that they couldn't keep that from the contestants and those two. That was the most real authentic conversation that's ever happened in bachelor history, right? Very Moving and I thought Tasia and is that Ivan is that I've been I've been they. I was like ready. I was falling in love with the two of them because the way they connected in the way they were able to talk about Something that isn't easy to talk about. Plus, they're both, you know, white and black. You know, they're living with a leg in two worlds, right? We're being Mixed race. I love her. I love her and I loved that date. They were varied. It was like the most authentic thing we've ever had The George Floyd that that conversation about race came in, and they talked about it, and it was just like It was really good. I mean, that made all than all the silly because up until it's all been manufactured. Drought dropped by the Great Great for the season of the Bachelor bachelorette. It's all been manufactured to have a very heartfelt real moment. I liked it straight so wacko. They on the spot had make up a song about her. That was painful. I kind of liked painfully unfunny. It was painfully funny because it's better than the you know, the wrestling man wrestling in the tug of wars and the other dumb things I thought they did. I thought this was kind of real. And it was kind of clever how people made up songs about her. Yeah, I thought that was kind of fun. And itwas and different, You know was it was kind of like that show. Yeah, I know. It's good. I I love her. I think she is. A lovely woman very much, So I'm then she sent home douchebag sustenance, Except for the one Bennett. That guy's got to go to see the Harvard grad? Yes. So dumb. I just can't stand him. I just feel like he's that guy and big sky lives with his mom. Yes, that guy, But Joe, the anesthesiologist who I actually really liked, and he was a Twitter favorite and then Um, Chase and Kenny and some dude named Jordan. See, they all left the resort ness movies, and none of them seemed to be crying hard except for chase and who really wanted to be Famous. He looks like the outbreak but she sent home Do she guys except for except for the Joe the anesthesiologist? Yeah. No, I don't watch this show. But a website I read called The Ringer. Calm has a headline. It says. Is this an all time? Chris Harrison performance was? Did he do something going on with this goofy guy who thought he needed to go and tell Tasia something wandered around at the best of his producer and was sent in the direction of the casita that Chris Harrison was Satan? It just happened to be 2 30 at night Dirt 2 30 in the morning, and Chris was expecting them and oh, come in and have a drink. Right and 2 30 morning. I happen to be up designing my Chris Harrison collection by manly bands. You know he's doing the wedding ring collection, the manly bands, So he was probably working on some late last minute design changes and happened to be up to trying to act all tired. He's got like a windbreaker, Huh? Right. Like okay. Freshman. That's camera. Everything is they're exhausted. Come in. Yes. So anyway, I thought it was. I thought it was just Of breath. Think you leave? Refreshing sort of a bachelor just in the fact that they had such a sincere and I was like, falling in love with the two of them. They seemed I was just like you. You too, But no, She's gotta kiss everybody. Okay, but they played this cute game wacko. And I don't know if you guys remember. This is a kid where you couldn't step on the floor because the floor was quick center Bob. Yeah, so they had to throw pillows and papers and walk on furniture. I thought that was I haven't seen that since I was a kid. There's a whole Netflix show. On that. No, it's.
"john carroll" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"I think you're going to have to wait a little bit Longer for that gregg roman evolution. But boy that's a hell of an education you get john carroll there's a lot of john carroll guys in the nfl by the way you wouldn't it really small school oh yeah they're they're all over lot front office guys. A lot of coaching guys tom to let's go with the With the chargers and caserio with New england Goes on and on. There's actually a i shouldn't even be saying this. But i'm going to there is When when you so. I've already you know people. No i live in northeast wisconsin. And when you go into the establishment In the watering holes up in northeast wisconsin. And you do when nature calls. You go to the urine advertisements. There's usually advertise above these urinals and there is a john miller carol law that specialize in dc wise and everything like that and they advertise right above the urinals in these bars. So when you say john farrell. That's immediately what. I think what i see Either when i when i think about you know you know i i was just watching the packers game. Last night i saw that the establishment. I was at There so john carroll holds a special place they've ever had to use them hopefully. I never will But john carey special place. In as far as northeast. Wisconsin goes a little saul goodman. Feel to it. You know sir. Yeah yes indeed saul goodman slash slash Bob odenkirk On On the better call social. It is a fantastic show. Hope everybody's watching it. And i wanna bring in tonight's guests on that note ladies and gentlemen. This is his second season playing season long fantasy football if they're playing. Dfs for six years he joined the fcc hearing evans silva and adam levinson talk about on the established. The run podcast and watching one of their livestream drafts. last season. He played in a handful of F- f- football guys leagues put a couple of groups together to enter the main event as well. headphone limited. Success learned a bunch and decided to run it back bigger this season crushing it in satellites crushing it. In the terminator. And you can't get much bigger than also having a top ten team in both the f. fcc main event and the football guys players championship. Here's where my chris. Farley impression comes in right now he is not divorced thrice. He does not live in a man down by the river. He's here in a scarred is fantasy teams and more. Please welcome on the show. My apologies. no walkie bill good evening. Thanks for.
"john carroll" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast
"And so you can see you back on the Constitution has two prongs. I are the people who just want to say, well, it's all a bunch of racist white supremacist garbage and the Constitution doesn't matter and second the people who want to say to subvert the constitution in an equally destructive way in by saying say, morally relativist document. Just be CA- quota implicit in the constitution structure in the very idea of ordered liberty was a rejection of absolute truth unquote. Well, what if it's ordered liberty and there's no absolute truth what's ordering it? Y- what is ordering the liberty and the answer of course is just will it's it's the primacy of will and the loss, the primacy of reason. was on the primacy of reason that the United States was was founded. So when you have the president of a country, saying such a thing denying the foundations of the country, you know what? What a dire situation wherein finally we come to one of my biggest concerns with regard to the American founding. In relation to Catholic principles, I would say my my two biggest concerns are with non establishment of religion and and free speech in the sense that it's understood by the founders. And this was echoed in one of the articles in the Catholic World Report Symposium on the book which are linked to in the show notes for this episode we'll let me start here actually in the book you cite Father John Carroll who became one of perhaps was the first bishop in America. Urge. He was the first American bishop and he was a cousin of Charles Carroll who was a signer of the declaration of independence and the constitution he wrote to an English priest I'm glad to inform you that the fullest and largest system of toleration is adopted in almost all the American States public protection and encouragement are extended alike to all denominations and Roman Catholics are members of Congress assemblies and hold civil and military posts as well as others. Now, obviously, this is a praiseworthy thing that's toleration of Catholicism especially in the context of recent history in his letter in his insect gladder to the American. Bush Bishops Pope Leo Thirteenth set has much but he also didn't think that this was sufficient. In this in cyclical long lunging Qutb. After praising America's tolerance of the Church Leo said yet though this is true, it would be very eroneous to draw the conclusion that in America is to be sought the type of the most desirable status of the church or that it would be universally lawful or expedient for state and Church to be as in America discovered and divorced. The fact that Catholicim. Condition, may is even enjoying a prosperous growth is by all means to be attributed to the fecundity with with which God has a doubt as church in in virtue of which, unless manner circumstances interfere she spontaneously expanded propagates herself, but she would bring forth more abundant fruits. If in addition to liberty, she enjoyed the favor of the laws in the patronage of the Public Authority. Now. This is a limited statement and I hope you'll forgive me if I quote extensively from Leo also in Immortality Day simply because I know that for many people, this is a controversial point. So dignified Assoumani as as we all know said that says that the State may not coerce people in religious matters or or that the state may not converse force people to believe something. They. Don't believe or anything like that, and that's a longstanding principle of Catholicism that people are not to be coerced into accepting. The Catholic faith however dignatories on a nor previous church teaching say that the state should not establish a religion as officially the true one or specially favorite nor today say that the state and the church may not take steps to prohibit the dissemination of. Of opinions contrary to the natural law or blasphemy or heresy, and again I I I beg your your bearing with me here as I quote from a few passages from immortality day. That's just because I. IF I just simply say a summary of what I think the Church's teaching on this as people won't probably won't take it for granted. Talented, day up Leo and he isn't the only to say this. But but I'm using this particular and secular, and he says the state constituted as it is is clearly bound to act up to the manifold and weighty duties, linking it to God by the public profession of religion and in a subsequent passage, he makes clear. What he means by religion saying, no one is allowed to be remiss in the service due to God and sense the chief duty of all men is to cling to religion in both its teaching and practice not such religion as they may have a preference for, but their religion which God enjoins in which certain and most clear mark's show to be the only one and true religion. So he's not talking about religion a generically but of the specific true religion he says, we are bound bound absolutely to worship God. In that way which he has shown to be, his will all rule therefore would hold in honor the holy name of God and one of their chief duties must be defamed religion. Again, he's talking about specifically about the Catholic faith to protect it to shield it under the credit and sanctioned of the laws and neither to organized nor enact any measure that may compromise it safety, and finally in relation to this John Carroll quote where he says that state favors and tolerates all religions alike, Leo says the Church Indeed Demons at. To place the various forms of divine worship on the same footing as the true religion. But does not on that account condemn those rulers who for the sake of securing some great good or of hindering some great evil allow patiently custom or usage to be a kind of sanction for each kind of religion having its place in the state, and in fact, the churches want to take Ernest. He'd that no one shall be forced to embraced the Catholic faith against his will. So the point I'm driving at is not that it's.
"john carroll" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Billion tag that some say are is even higher. When you're elected mayor, What is your plan for rail? The first thing I'm going to do is mayor very first day that I have control of the Corp counsel is to file for injunctive injunctive stay on all activity with respect to the rail. All comes to a screeching halt immediately in conjunction with that. With that relief. We will also be immediately seeking a total in forensic investigation followed by a forensic audit. I want to find out What needs to be done, how it can be completed or if it can be completed. Who's gotten what? Who needs to go to jail for what's happened and, ah That's very, very high priority and I have been fighting. Actually, I fought against the rail for a number of years, but I've also seen now that there is some technology sector logical. Potential. But again, it goes back to cost availability and time and whether or not the right ability is going to make sense, because if we don't have any writers, no matter how cheap it was, or how Greater There's operating is something like that is a boondoggle. Now I've worked with Rod Tam and right, Nakamura and like he, lane, can these folks they're activists. We've been Calling for press conference and everything else for the past five or six years and the City Council and the mayor and they do not do anything to change what's going on, and it's just A disgrace to our community. We have to deal with it. I intend to clean that up and find out what we can do. But I want to do it based on fact and not on what somebody hopes is going to happen. Take it, John very much opening statements, questions and that brings us to a very, very short break and our first segment. I'm going to turn to Scotty B for Facebook Question when we come back, And if you'd like to call in 5 to 1 83 83 for mayoral candidate John Carroll, you're dialed into news Radio A 30 K H V H. It is 8 16 cage V. Age traffic. Currently no major stalls or accidents. I'm lady with traffic, and there's very little of it as no congestion pretty much islandwide freeways are flowing along at great pace. This report is sponsored by the Crones and Collides Foundation. The crones in Colliders Foundation has been at the forefront of inflammatory bowel disease research and care for over 50 years. Learn more about research, education and support at crones collide his foundation dot or GE. Welcome back. It is 8 17 in the morning. You're dialed in to our 2020 mayoral candidate, one on one session. Program note that Rick Bland journey was invited to appear at this time. He declined the invitation that allows John Carroll to have the entire time with you. And John as a matter of fact, if you could put on your headphones for us reason, why is that we're going to take a Facebook question on DH Scotty B is going to provide that question for us. It's from Ricky says What will John do to help with dealing him Airfield? Question. Well, John Goodness, dealing him..
"john carroll" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And Greg is like like I thought okay but hill to accept the bill there is great was thinking about it I thought you know fun you know really rested the NHL is if we vote in a player player who couldn't really keep up couldn't really shoot couldn't really handle the pot slow guy with the bad hands couldn't do anything let's let's let's really you know drop a stink bomb in the room and then the perfect guy a Goliath of the league John Scott all my guy John Carroll John six with the base unit Craxi I'd love he was the guy that would only play between like five eight minutes a night couldn't really shoes couldn't really gave and on top of that when John Scott was on the line not acceptable the only thing he was good at all he would knock in other people thank you know what the terms John Scott was what you would call an old fashioned yes my god that's the one he wants from that point on there was no other answer to the question like that was the guy that it would have to be and with their as.
"john carroll" Discussed on The Pillars of Health Podcast
"Uh-huh. The billers of health podcast with straights. Coach John Carroll to you from the rally North Carolina whereabouts jive into everything you need to know when it comes to strengthen conditioning, nutrition, sleep stress management. Check us out on movement lab, rally dot com and coach John Carroll dot com. And now your host, John. To alexis. Idir? Welcome to the podcast. Having beer so you are a sports colleges. Correct. Yama licensed professional counselor, and I specialize in sports psychology. Area. I've always had a deep interest in ever since I had Jody wore who used to work with US Olympic swim team. She's teaching classes in college just more psychology. It was really fascinating stuff. Yeah. Looking forward to picking your brains. So. So awesome. So before I have you fill everybody on your background. Be specializing psychology less delve into the iceberg question. A random question to get real and self. What is the best book you recently read, and why I recently read faster higher stronger by Mark McCloskey, actually came out in two thousand fourteen and hadn't read it until like just last weekend, actually, and it's great. So it really talks about how sports sciences improving athletic performance, and then addresses multiple forms of science Sota purchase it from talking about genetic advantages the role of nutrition learning theory technological advances in how technology is helping improve athletic performance mindset. It's really interesting scientifically backed book, and that my my best take away from it was this idea that tweaking one small thing is really what takes an athlete to greatness. Is. It doesn't have to be this huge shift. Just one. Small tweak can give that competitive edge. And that's really what I talk about the lot of my clients. And so I found that super interesting interesting. A busy feeling that's relative to any sort of a very competitive level because they're already physically there. And then mentally if you can change like one percent or two percent of what's going on there. Probably have a nice difference for them and their sport. Definitely. And really this applies to life. You know, there's always this theory of if you can just move one step closer just one per cent closer to that end goal. That's huge shift in it all adds up. Sure. For sure. Oh, awesome. I'll have to check that book. Actually. That's right down. My alley. Can you? Go ahead and fill everyone and just like on your background how you of went out of the right of becoming a licensed professional counselor and then into sports psychology self. Yeah. Definitely. So I played softball through high school. And I was on a club team in the summer where we traveled I never played past high school. It was it wasn't a discussion in my family really about that. Being a possibility. I'm not sure why other than as a teenager. I was very distracted by friends and boys as many teenagers are maybe that's why it was never discussed. I don't know. But I took kind of that traditional route of going from high school into university. I started off as a business major. But like I said I've been distracted by boys as a teenager. So I was married and had both of my kids before I was down with my undergrad degree. I started studying business, but it was boring to me, and I was a mom, and I wasn't necessarily thinking career wise. I was like I just want to find something that I'm interested in to study. And I took some psychology classes found that fascinating. And so switched to just studying psychology. Because I was interested in it. I wasn't really thinking career-wise at that point. Then it was a stay at home mom with my kids until they were in school fulltime. And then I decided, okay. It's time to join the workforce. And I don't know if anybody is familiar with a bachelor's degree in psychology. But the options are not super high paying. It's social services works or make just a little bit over minimum wage, but
"john carroll" Discussed on The Pillars of Health Podcast
"The pillars of health podcast with straights. Coach John Carroll to you from the rally North Carolina whereabouts jive into everything you need to know when it comes to strengthen conditioning, nutrition, sleep and stress management. Check us out on movement lab, rally dot com and coach John Carroll dot com. And now your host, John. All right, guys. I'm talking to page, consolidate on podcast, and we're going to be discussing deal autoimmune condition podcast page. Thank you so much for having me your so far. My Sunday's greats. I'm big fan of being outside as much as possible and finally spring appears through beta to York City, so I'm enjoying that very much. Rovan? Into a little bit of background and just kind of get more. Well, let's go ahead and the ice breaker question. I got to put in their last second on useful for that. What would you like the best piece of advice? There's quite a few like probably the best piece of advice. I feel like there's probably ten things. But at the background of my phone, actually, I like to date regularly with things that really resonate with my mindset, and how I feel about my health especially in one that I have right now. I don't know if I would call this advice as much as it's a way to really kind of set your perspective, and it relates a lot to what we're going to talk to about things I've struggled with my health, especially perfectionism an eating disorder and how that related to autumn unity. But one I have is. I was never addicted to one thing. I was a dictator filling avoid within myself with things other than my own love. And I know that sounds a little fluffy that I think it can speak a lot. So when you're making decisions about your health, whether it be for your fitness goals, whether it be just self care and taking care of yourself, but really kind of stopping and realizing when you might do something destructive thinking, where's that coming from like, you might not really want to? Drinking excess for you might not really want to do something that the end of the end result of whatever decision. You're about to make is not really getting unit where you wanna be isn't in line with your healthiest self. So that's one that really kind of keeps me grounded. So sorry that was a little bit too fluffy. But on the spot. Actually follow because. To our health and fitness goals on wellbeing all round, we sometimes people can have those those habits or say that maybe we enjoy in the moment. But then term for us and not exactly helping us where we want to be. And you're right. There's always a deeper kind of reason there for what's going on. Right. Exactly. Kind of getting in touch with that. So let's go ahead, and what kind of feel everyone on your background and just your journey growing up. And obviously, the kind of talked to identifying your audience condition, of course. So my background's I have to go back to my youth. Because I was diagnosed when I was thirteen so I got diagnosed rather young with an autoimmune condition, but I grew up in your standard middle class upper middle class suburb in the US, I grew up mostly outside Houston. My dad worked for an oil company. So we moved down there when I was a kid from the northeast, and how to what you would consider pretty normal childhood, nothing really of note up to that point that I can think of in relation to my health. But I began noticing when I would get cold my toes and my fingers turn completely white. And I'm not talking a slight loss of color. I mean, they were completely white, and I didn't really think much of it until my. Hands started to go from white to purple, and I just being in middle school at the time in all I wanted was to fit in feel like my friends, and you never want to draw attention to yourself at that age. It's almost the scariest thing in the world. So I just hit it. I just noticed. And then my mom, I came home from swim practice because I was competitive swimmer growing up, and she noticed that my feet were white, and I kind of laughed it off and said, well, you should see my hands, and they were purple and she did not find that funny at all. We ended up going to Texas children's hospital, and I was fortunate that we live near a very reputable. Healthcare system. I think is in the top five. So we went down there. I got quickly scheduled with rheumatologist at their civility one thing to note about auto immune diseases. And as I'm sure you may already be aware is there's no specialist for auto immune diseases. You end up going to the specialist of whatever system organ system that presents itself with so since mine was showing up in my hands and feet. I just naturally was assigned to a rheumatologist is the best person to Myers referred to them as the person to figure out what was going on. So underwent a battery of tests for two years. I everything think of very swallow. Hi, rez scans in TAOs copies. I felt like a pin cushion I had a little bit of a fear of needles growing up in that got me over that real quick. Either have a full blown meltdown. Everytime. I go to the hospital or just get it together. So it definitely got me over that. I spent just countless hours at that hospital into various testing facilities, and they ended up within a year telling me, I had rain odes phenomenon. And then they couldn't really tell if it was linked to disease. So they told me I had raynaud's disease as a standalone condition, which is when your fingers and extremities turn white, then purple I
"john carroll" Discussed on KTOK
"A NAS tick is a person he doesn't just doesn't doesn't know basically doesn't know they're open they want. They wanna know there's they would love answers. But they don't have it. Exactly. Exactly. So this is is like I have a fifth year old daughter right now. And she's that's the timeframe when kids question things. And she says, I think I'm an agnostic. And sure, you know, that's that's good. I think everybody should think that if you take faith off of the picture for or the equation for a moment aren't most of us them agnostic. I think a lot of people are agnostic. Definitely, you know. I mean, desperate -absolutely here. We are. You know, we're if we question why we're here were being we're we're being or saying, I don't know why we're here. Why are we here? And then a lot of have a religion that, you know, explain why? And that's the thing and some religious need the whole thing open like losing. You know, it says we don't know why we're here, but we are here. So. Yeah. So different religions answer the question in different ways, which I find fascinating. Well, and I think a lot of us. I do I have had experiences that kind of defies logic that you could call them and Djelic or some kind of intervention or something some kind of higher power that stepped in to do something for you. When you need it at the most some, you know, some scientists would say that's us. Our inner self has that ability to do that. I tend to think that there's something outside of this. That helps us yet. Yeah. That's the question. Neces- sophisticated question. Right. So that's the question that scholars asked. You know, is there, you know, is there something other than us that, you know, intervene talks to somehow communicate with us, and certainly designed to that I worked with for the book, the we that is the case. Now as you were writing American cosmic what was the initial approach when you first started. Well, okay. So does that was the actually I hadn't intent and tended to write the book. I I was actually going to write about a Catholic Bishop one of the first Bishop seen the United States in eight hundred who was here. And he's a, you know, John England, very interesting guy. And I thought this would be a really great historical type of book to write. But the other stuff kept nagging me. And so I then Whitten that direction and. And so that's how that happened. So I basically was that John Carroll? You're writing the book on. No, it was a it was a John England with his name, ironically, he's from Ireland. But his name was Johnny is really really interesting person. So anyway, in terms of writing a book, it.
"john carroll" Discussed on The Pillars of Health Podcast
"Billers of health podcast with straights. Coach John Carroll to you from the movement it rally North Carolina whereabouts. Dive into everything you need to know when it comes to strengthen conditioning, nutrition, sleep and stress management. Check us out on moving lab, rally dot com and coach John Carroll dot com. And now your hose, John? I'm excited to be cutting to Brit wgiram from group fitness here in Raleigh. Welcome. Brit. So thank you so much for taking time out on your Sunday to come by the movement lab and chat before get into details on you. I'm gonna give you the icebreaker. What was your favorite subject in high school and life? Random quest. Yeah. Yeah. So if people who know me are going to be surprised by this. But I was super nerdy. And I loved. And probably just total like egotistical teenager. I was good at it. And so I liked it doesn't like things are good. Teachers that like kind of made you like the subject actually middle school. There was one teacher who he just who's like super. I guess like if you can be progressive in math. Just hot. He's like cool tricks and things and I was fascinated by. But when I was a senior in high school, I got to take a psychology class, which is like, I guess rare for small town like, you know, outside of English and social studies it was like psychology. And I was really fascinated by that. So that was another thing I loved. That's nice little segue into just kind of getting to know, you personally, so kinda fill everybody, and like your background where you grew up and your life story. So I'm from a small town called Montoursville, Pennsylvania. Have you ever heard of Montoursville? Okay. Yeah. So super small in the middle of the state. It's about forty five minutes from Penn State from main campus and. You know? So I guess from a rural town that kind of shaped who I who I was and am, and when I started going to college, I was really fascinated by diversity because I was you know, it was an all white town. And so that kind of shaped the lens as I developed in in college in my professional career, but I am the first nation college student, and so I really didn't know what to look for in college seeking. And so I got a tennis scholarship and went to Susquehanna university also small school in Pennsylvania, and I studied psychology, but I wanted to transition into kinesiology, and they didn't have a program. So I ended up transferring to Penn State I finished my undergrad degree there and really started to get into fitness and movement like coming from an athletic background. I wasn't gonna continue. Playing tennis was. Going pro says like, okay, what can I do to like keep my fitness up and she'll move in my body. So I really got plugged into the group fitness seen when I was on break from college actually went to a YMCA and just begged the director to teach me how to teach step aerobics. And I was like you don't even have to pay me. Like, this is how bad I just wanna teach supper this was in two thousand and seven step has died. Step is no longer. You're trying to bring it back. But yes alike from there, just my passion for leading people and moving, and I think like the the entertainment factor, and like enjoying movement was really there for me. And so yeah, I mean benefit is professional for about twelve years. Now group fitness is my thing what brought me to Raleigh was. I my first job out of grad school at James Madison university. What you've heard. I was I was a fitness coordinator NC state. So we are very
"john carroll" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"And saying that. Pathak tendencies has made a tiny handful of billionaires in the article. So of course, you had to respond. Yeah. Wow. And she talked about the fact that this is very two thousand nineteen the psychopaths are billionaires and successful business people. That's that's very two thousand nine hundred. And then a Rover apparently said. You know, it's. You know, she's just ridiculous. And there was she was onto. I don't feel like talking about it today. It's just happen. Well, again it. We we've asked how long will that? It's not euphoria. But whatever the support is. Last for not just her. But but I'm no. All of the the empty heads that are right now of the part of how how long does it last? As you can criticize the Republicans. You can criticize Trump for a ton of different things. But at least they're talking about the substance of the actual ideas in issues, it's not theory. It's not just proposals. It's not bills that well, these are bills that will introduce this. As a possibility of further discussion in the future. They're talking about actual bills. You've got the Democrats living in some type of dreamworld. When will it end when will win will? Somebody in the democrat party, or when will the democrat party, you know, start collapsing in some way, or just donor say, look, we're not going to fund this idiocy anymore. When do when do the lobbyists eventually say, well, you know. These people are not. I'm not going to trust them with anything even agree with them on something. They're just not going to get my money. You guys need to change you need to be more realistic. Look the last week. Uh-huh. A bomb has been the voice of reason. Of firing hours might gavel. He has been the voice of reason Obama is now the voice of reason for the democrat party. That the other thing on wall just because you're necessarily for border security doesn't make you a racist. Wow. You are so done. But wait, we said with o'casey Cortes, wait for it. She's next. But she will likely fade away when she does an I don't know when that will be, but it will likely be because she never delivers. But the thing happened with Obama, but Obama was much bigger. Remember Obama was going to deliver. And then it was well, he didn't do anything. It didn't get anything done for us. She's not going to deliver. Because she's offering her one thing green new deal is offering what nothing it's not. It's it's a nonbinding resolution. Oh, and they he's not even serious about our own call yesterday, John Kerry's, John Carroll, John Kerry cut. Yeah. So what's going on? But John Kerry was saying, yeah, I mean, at least at least she's addressing it. What are you? What are you Republicans doing? You're not addressing climate change. She's not addressing well. I'm thinking to myself, even if she was that would be like Kerry saying, well, we're dressing gun control. You Republicans aren't we're not. For reason for exactly eight six six ninety redeye coming..
"john carroll" Discussed on The Pillars of Health Podcast
"Billers of health podcast with streaks. Coach John Carroll to you from the movement it really North Carolina whereabouts. Dive into everything you need to know when it comes to strengthen conditioning, nutrition, sleep and stress management. Check us out on movement lab, rally dot com and coach John Carroll dot com. And now your host, John. Shoes and shows or discussing today on the health. Been fighting nasal congestion slash cold last couple of days. So even voice today beside me on the floor. Welcome. Thank you. Hopefully, not too much. Piece of Iraq. Flow. We're talking about our favorite shoes from a. Standpoint as. Versus style one. So and in the second half to do our favorite show was whether the Netflix, Hulu, whatever. Our favorite shows up to this point in time. So let me just as you question 'cause I am always getting onto shoes. Right. Why kind of fill everybody in Hawaii kinda give you hard time. But your shoes. So I tend to pick shoes that I liked the way they look let's not say like, I'm not someone who will stuff my feet, my foot into a shoe if it doesn't feel good, but I generally wear Nikes, and I pick things that are lower support. And I'm on my feet all day at work as everybody knows. And Jonathan thinks I should be something a little bit more supportive for a number of reasons. He'll get into. So what are some of the reasons for good shoes? Well, I like to think of it from this perspective, if your feet are the foundation, and you're looking to build a solid foundation. I need some that's going to give me support. So Remmy has decided now is a great time to grab his toy and starts squeezing it and make a noise. Appreciate that play. He brought it to me. In order to establish that solid foundation. And I'm a really good example of this in the past. I was all style over comfort performance. So I would choose Stahl shoes. And was that look the best the ones that didn't necessarily give me the most support for like heel and arch. And so, you know, spending long hours on my feet. I what be aching at the end of the day. Not just my feet all the way up the chain. So when I talk about foundation shoes really do provide that base foundation for you not only to do what you need to do during the day. But also when you finish up not be worn down, basically. And you know, I think it's important to note here that as John said, he's always onto me. And I fight him on this because I'm like, well, my sneakers are comfortable like, I feel fine. I think but I have not given it a try, and I probably should give some of these shoes. Try and see do I feel better after wearing? Those for the day can am I performing better my sleeping, better all-round? How's it? Helping me we've gone through several kind of euros of fads writes, remember the amendment the minimalist shoe fad like that commended was like can I get these Milmeh shoes? Like, remember, the five fingers the ones that like you were. Okay. So they come out people like these are mazing, and I remember walking down San well in central squirm Boston on a heard this like tat dislike this, I thought it was like a polar bear coming towards what was the guy running in. You know, these vibrations or whatever they were. And you know, just some people are meant to do that. Yep. They might work for some folks, we're not for everybody with that said, we're going to talk about a couple of points as to what makes up the characteristics of a quality shoe. No, we're taking on a lot of this information from Pierra when we are going to include a link to the pier I recommended Shula st- in the show notes as well. And basically from pure I approach they're looking at shoes to provide the best support as relates to the neck trunk and pelvis. So we're coming under a couple of different headings, cushion guidance and control. All right. So let's get into the qualities of a good shoe number one. The he'll counter does not fold. So so recent got a pair of new shoes. And they're nice, right? So these bend in half. So the heel counter does fold on those so therefore they'd probably failed appear tests. So where where can it full from where can it not fold from? Well, let me that's a good question. Let me get the rest of these points in a good shoe, the shoe Benz in the toe box and not in the middle of the shoe. Okay. So there should be. That's basically saying the big toe on the toes should have some room to work with. But you shouldn't be able to fold in half, basically. Right. So maybe from like the ball of your foot upwards. It's okay to get some holding that shouldn't be rigid. Yeah. There should be no outside. He'll give. So do you know what? I mean by when I do, you know what I mean when I say outside. He'll I. Yeah. So outside your body. I would assume outside so if you're right foot is right side of the hill. And what I take from that is meaning like when you're wearing the shoe, and I'm looking at it from the back is. Is that he'll like is it supporting your foot in your body weight? Or is it kind of falling or collapsing underneath your by the way is that wrong. No, you're right. And the point you bring up there's really relative because we should when we take a step in the shoes were wearing we should hit the cushioning of the shoe, basically a symmetrical like it shouldn't be off left to right or vice versa. Right. So you should have a nice symmetrical he'll heights, basically, a lot of shoes when you are taking that step, and you go to plant, you're automatically. What's kind of term like sliding out the shoe because for example, fights step on my right foot? My right ankle will move to the right and kind of forcing the boundary of the shoe. So that's a negative characteristic or a sign of poor pair of shoes. Whereas good shoes have that he'll hype at a metro level, no outside he'll give and the. He'll countered does not fold Klum. What else? So we cover the the qualities of good shoe. What should good shoes? Feel like right. Tell me. How your shoes feel like compared this? Right. So number one. When you're walking are you able to feel he'll stability.
"john carroll" Discussed on The Pillars of Health Podcast
"Billers of health podcast with streaks. Coach John Carroll to you from the movement rally North Carolina, we're about to dive into everything you need to know when it comes to strengthen conditioning, nutrition, sleep and stress management. Check us out on moving lab, rally dot com and coach John Carroll dot com. And now your host, John. Part to them catching up with a good friend of mine mcmahan. And Eddie is someone who. Well, first of all, let's just say when we first met you had the American accent? And I guess now I am the American. Pretty good analogy, right? You'll be the first person to say that either. Things have changed. But Eddie someone I've known for long time grew up with them. And we definitely discovered or he probably helped me. Discover hip hop back in the day. And so we're gonna get into that much other things today all the podcast, but let's just go straight into the icebreaker something, I sponsor. GNC whole foods you need to get up on this. Same. Let me get your thoughts on. And they don't pay. What is your take on that? Yeah. I mean, this was really top goal at the moment. Zayn Williamson how he's playing and the app. The last week, and he was injured this sort of a lot of sort of pro athletes coming out saying he should just sort of put his feet up way for the draft. So and then athletes saying that notice if you're there to play gotta play. So the way I sort of look at it is we have in Ireland the of the Gaelic the games, and is an amateur sport. So, you know, every Sunday Gedi eighty two thousand in Dublin plane, and it's purely a couple years ago. They changed the rules slightly to allow athletes to make money from endorsements. So even though they weren't paid to play their their own free will and for the love of where they're from an odd sort of stuff much if you know Kellogg's wanted to give them ten grand put on a t-shirt and do a TV ad then let them out. So I think asked me a little bit of leeway to say, I think from the part of the athletes should be generating money for the college. You know, just. I don't know if a really worse, that's allowing them making making a little bit of something. Probably doesn't hurt. Because the rate of athletes who actually make it to the pros is extremely low when we know this. Zayn williamson. There's probably two thousand kids who aren't going to do that. Correct. So what is their payback, you know, and people saying like when I get an education. Do you know how much money the bringing in for these schools? It's insane. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, and the thing is I still I don't feel that sign. Williamson should be fund in some guy in the lacrosse him. No disrespect lacrosse that. Really good athletes but hundred saying like, you know, let him make let him five hundred thousand or a million or five million let them play for two or three years of college. And if some of it ends up coming down to the guy in lacrosse team or the soccer team will then. Hey, great. But. Don't don't try and shake up the whole system just to make sure everybody gets paid because. Tv drives money and TV's. What's the real reason? We even having this conversation, you know. As it's strange the way it set up to because they're like their own independent body. They control on in colleges. Whereas like another organization that wanted to come in and set up and kind of getting us. Well, you see in a lot of players even going to to Europe you have to play basketball, the balls. Exactly. So I think there's there's a case out there to be made for that really really superstar athlete the sort of, you know, take talents elsewhere offensively. But that's really tricky. But I mean, you only you're only football and basketball. That's the only conversation piece there because there's TV money there. Everybody else every other sports who feels that athletes should be paid probably that's view citizens point because it's very hard. Like, you said if you're paying basketball players and football, players know, the main income earners. It's very hard to look like, okay. Like the men soccer team. They're not going to get paid because they're not bringing in that. You know, they're not getting on ESPN getting five thousand in the stands, you know. So you have to look at a one way and say, they probably do well to get -education free room and board to soften most. Well bus. Here's an athlete who's maybe. Going to be one of the best sort of college players in from one another perspective. You know, maybe you should be making a little something to enhance his David longer. You know, I think those documentary Netflix on this topic. And and I think one former player didn't make beyond the college level was playing an enzyme late basketball game and saw the his name was being used on the game. His likeness has been used the mega money off that here, you know. And it's like, okay, I've finished my career, and I'm not getting paid for me appearing in this game. Yeah. It's just again. I think that's exploited that yeah. Yeah. Exactly. And even even if the amount is small have go back to them as opposed the money going back to the university's probably I think so I think so cool because they get your thoughts on that. And kind of get us rolling. So, yeah, I'm bike back in Orland couple of days and definitely wanted to catch up with you and see
"john carroll" Discussed on The Pillars of Health Podcast
"Billers of health podcast with streaks. Coach John Carroll to you from the movement rally North Carolina, we're about to dive into everything you need to know when it comes to strengthen conditioning, nutrition, sleep and stress management. Check us out on moving lab, rally dot com and coach John Carroll dot com. And now your host, John. To help putt cousin John Carroll j we'd L on from ethos finis performance in Boston. Welcome jay. And we're gonna be talking to Jake training round and injury be tell us about personal experience in that area. Before we get to that. Let's go ahead and address the iceberg question as j seen as you are a fitness business owner yourself, what brings a small to your face as an owner in the fitness industry. I think outside of the fitness industry. I think the most important things that people doing the fitness different. It is different than than any of the place. But people really slow looking for excess rural successor. We're always all looking to feel you know, well like than and poverty community, and and relaxed and comfortable. So last night we held out the eagles game night where we had we played top humanity. And we just had probably fifteen twenty members. Join us for a few hours few biz little wine on we played ethos jeopardy, and which was a great success if not wildly competitive, which we didn't. But I think things are as is seeing those things happen. So Justin, I'm business. A we have a we have a little signal, but unit to which you soap, we'll package of it on the head for a job well done, so I'll just pot on the head and say so both and she knows that means and she passed on the head same boat boat, which just dreams, you know. It's another one it's it's well done again because I would side J. I think we about what the gym means the people in it meant to people five or so years ago. No one would ever consider going to the gym and hanging out with people, but they spend time in a class with like not something happens. It's my wife. Jen she turned elect night and she told her where colleagues on going with the game night of the gym. And they said. What do you mean? People wanna hundred dollars each of that outsides outside and go into a class. Yeah. I think the community aspects of people as far as seeing people feel comfortable enough to come back to the Jim I'm without signal. So you know, what really strikes me about that? Is the fact that you guys are hitting this internal community, which as human beings. We I think we're getting less of that just because of our ties technology and people are a little bit more isolated because of that. And so when we connect other human beings, and especially something like yourself, small business owner in which you're sending this environment other people interact, and the have this huge thing in common with the same. Jim. They can converse about that. And get to know each other from there. But you're you're setting up this fantastic environment to grow your business. Not only that. But also help enrich these people's lives and same time. I think I think said on previous podcast, but. Small gyms. I think are the way forward because in the large corporate structure of l. L naming names, but just large gyms just number. And I, you know, we've both any most gyms we both been we've all trained in those gyms and individuals in those Jim that's training. And there's a stigma people don't want to each other people put the headphones on the keypad down. It's out Sidley. The opposite of what we do. People don't know anything to the left. I you know, we've had a category in jeopardy. It was coaches members fitness nutrition random and coaching. But we had a members category. Wet of the members act question without the you know, like I'm questions about the members on the old those there there, but you know, like, they know the things I know this a little detail they will to from Jimmy to the they see the same people 'cause they both train at seven AM on a Wednesday. Like, they people they get to know each other like all each other on Instagram. They come in any Jila when they poke the video of the ER that they got the gym. Something that's funded. And I guarantee if people that go to the gym, you mentioned, the big bucks culprits outside of seeing them post. You know? Posted dinner, which is most likely thing that goes on. Probably don't know. What's going on for that person? Which the shame right. We can up. Ascension technology, just distracts take away from other people more than David
"john carroll" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That's not if that's when all right guy, so comment on these other guys that are also going to be inducted into the college football hall of fame. This'll be in New York City on December the tenth Terrell Buckley. Florida state, Ricky Dixon, Oklahoma, London, Fletcher, John out of John Carroll college. Jacob green had a show John Carroll county. Who's that Don Shula? Wow. That's right. There you go Torry Holt at North Carolina outstanding receiver and Aram. Of course, Brian knows all about those Rams rocket Ismael. Notably NC state NC state. Right. Torry holt. Yeah. I know NC state and North Carolina State. Maybe I did if I said North Carolina. Tell you. What are the great games? I went to get us against tickets about was convicts, first Catholic. Yeah. Rocket had one return for touch on another one for near touchdown and win the game in south bend. I was a great documentary to that convicts versus Catholics. I love that. How about my guy? Troy, Paula Malo, one of the best not the fastest. But always right place. Right time player just loved them. Joe Thomas out of Wisconsin. Which makes my wife happy. Big Joe Thomas fan, Lorenzo white outta Michigan state. Patrick Willis, great, forty Niner out of ole miss Vince, young the guy that I still see my sleep Roland right against southern. Is about that. Was the worst loss for me as a USC fan ever? Reggie Bush was on the sideline. Unbelievable. And all I said is whatever you do if you game. I know here's the thing. I was gonna ask you because Kingsbury folks for you missing is now the new head coach for the Arizona Cardinals. But broader. Rosen by bro. Brian. What was the buyout that USC? They have to set up something. I wonder that's crazy omitted too soon. USC must have pressured them. They did he was still shell-shocked. I'm surprised, you know, smart, maybe just under estimators marketability. But that model of coach to McVeigh young editor bear guys kind of like that. The packers. They went with do they go with leflore. Yes. So it's the same kind of mold of the hot flavor of the type of coach that can Brian. That's going to be the model going forward to. I mean, not invest not going to be the exception. It's going to be the rule. You know what? Brian. I was watching you watch all these teams go up and down the field and do all this stuff. What irks me even Alabama? Great a program as they are and Mike Loxley their offensive coordinator. I do not understand when these teams get to one one and a half yard line. How they do not go under center to handle. Well, how can you not practice that go to Maryland? I just don't get it. How do you not practice that? So instead, you're taking a shotgun snap by the time. You hand off. I watched Damian Harris get the ball on first and goal from the half yard line at the five yard line. Go through to people penetrating ridiculous. Three hours in the back. Are you probably weren't shocked about the win? Although you don't want. But weren't you shocked about how they played that was out of bicycle? Yeah. We talked about that. Yeah. I love Dabo. And I think he's a great coach. And I think when you put I think Alabama got Al coach outplayed, and I think they had more of a purpose. They'd had a will to win Clemson. And they you could just tell and how they played in Alabama had a few bad breaks here and there, but also the Alabama coordinators are not as experienced they've lost too many jacket. Right. A lot of turnover in the co. I mean, how about the best player on Clemson? The receivers of number one player Alabama. Alabama's it says it was the turnover near assistance. That's exactly which was there which is going to be a factor going forward. Brian everybody thinks nobody seems to leave Clemson. No and head coach has been offered. Some are the D coordinator some job he has been. He's got a son. Two million a year. Love dabo. Everybody loves it there. I mean, and you could see why. Well, and. The players seemed like they were having more fun. They were. Now Lawrence is not bad either. No, I mean, sunshine, six foot, six sunshine. DJ gets there. Throws. I mean till DJ loves Clemson world go, but the Clemson they got going. They got great facilities, Jim, which you know, is an athletic is one of the most important things for getting the kids. I've known, Dan. Forever. Brian the he's done really a good job of providing dabble with everything you need. And I do mean everything. And so you're. One of the highest assistant pools, which he can pay those guys. They don't leave. No, it was her nature when you're winning. You're happy your family's happy an.
"john carroll" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show
"And I am a seven time NFL participant. I am also a two time Grey Cup champion. I am a current ESPN football analysts. I am the best five seven wide receiver in the history of football. So you had the pleasure of listening to the sweet sounds of my baritone voice. Joined his always by a guy who needs no introduction, but I'll do it. Anyway, his name is Joe Thomas. Joe Thomas, the best left tackle in the history of the National Football League. And that's not an exaggeration. Unlike everything that I said about myself ten thousand three hundred sixty three consecutive snaps. Ten pro bowls. How many opera Joe? You know, I stopped counting after seventy five. Yes. Seventy five all pro appearances. He played his entire career in Cleveland. He will live the rest of his life in canton, Ohio as a future hall of Famer speaking of hall of Famer as of today, he is an official inductee into the college football hall of fame. My my invitation is still in the mail. It didn't quite make it to me time to make the announcement. Today's there we're going to they're going to try to put me in next year for my lustrous college football career. But today is about Joe Thomas, Joe number one. Congratulations. Thank you. And number two. How's the weather out there? Yes. Another beautiful rainy day here. Although I heard in LA it's getting a little bit rainy out there. So we don't even have to talk about the weather since it's rainy everywhere in the country. I'm interested though, because you mentioned that you think you'll be in the college football hall of fame next season. We didn't know each other when we were in college, but London Fletcher from I think John Carroll small John Carroll college division three has just been inducted in the same class of college football famous. I have. So there's no excuses from you about saying Toledo was too small of a school, and you're being overlooked. Wow. That that upsets me because had I gone Junqueira. I can promise you. I would also be getting inducted to the hall of fame today. Nothing against John Carroll. I'm just saying I would have bought out. Let's just putting it out there. But congratulations to London Fletcher as well. We like the same height, but he is also the same height and with and he used to hit like a Mack truck. He was a very scary to play against. So no surprise that. He's also in the college football hall of fame. I got a question for you. Who do you think weighs more right now, you are London Fletcher because he was like five seven to fifty when he played and like you mentioned one of the all time, ironman and the NFL great guy. Great person. Great linebacker never came off the field for the Redskins played against them. A bunch of times. He was super smart use a sure tackler you could play in coverage was one of those rare linebackers that kind of do it all there was no weakness in his game. But he was like two fifty and I wonder you always wonder do guys go up or down after they retire. And we know what happened with Andrew Hawkins. How would you get your body now till London Fletcher? Currently it's funny because I addition for CBS before the year and me in London were on the same panel. Because he's also CBS sports guy. Obviously, I got offered the job, but I couldn't make it happen because of my schedule. But yet we were about the same size on the panel. We're both about two fifty steel keyed. Look great for being done playing football. And I didn't win describe me that way. I actually brought a suit his extra suit jacket because mine my button broke as I tried to button it up. So you got that. Got that going for me. But speaking of last year today as of today this marks the one year anniversary of the Tomahawk show, which is a huge huge deal. It's all about he's talking about. We're close to what episode episode sixty-seven that sound right, okay. Between sixty seven and seventy something in there. And we're over four million downloads. Again, not an exaggeration over four million downloads. We typically tell people if they liked the podcast to subscribe and rate five stars. But of the four million downloads slash listens slash shares slash five star ratings. We've never had one person in the last calendar year come up to us and say, we don't love this podcast..
Authorities "looking into everything" in search for missing Iowa student
"Victim is lucky to be alive good afternoon I'm Terry. Bell this is the two o'clock report on NewsTalk eleven thirty w I as people are. Evacuating Lynchburg Virginia because of the risk of a dam break if it, goes from a flash flood. Warning to a flash flood emergency. That is the final stage that means it has breached meteorologist John Carroll Lynchburg could end, up under seventeen feet of water in a matter of minutes authorities and relatives say they have not given up hope that a missing college student in Iowa is still alive the, latest update from Iowa that dozens of investigators thousands of volunteers working hundreds of man. Hours in the third. Week of searching for. Twenty year old Molly Tibbets and nothing it's frustrating for, everybody that's frustrating for the investigative team is frustrating for us and. It's particularly, frustrating for, the, family and friends Molly Iowa department of public safety's Kevin Winker says investigators, are searching by ground and air and hundreds of leads Molly Tibbets was last seen. Jogging July eighteenth in. Brooklyn Iowa the family. Hoping the massive reward being offered Williamson of is the, right tip that could blow this case wide open Jeff monosso Fox News. An eight year old boy who was shot and wounded, by. Crossfire in Milwaukee Monday is slowly recovering Darrien. Kelly's uncle Leonti Jackson says it's a miracle is nephew is.