18 Burst results for "John Group"
"john group" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Play for Jon Gruden. The Raiders. It is. It's on the left hand. She's a right foot. A kicker. It gives him a better angle to make this Phil go. Trance seed will snap a J. Cole will hold. This is Daniel Carlson for the lead. Carlson signals he's ready. Here's the snap ball down. The kick is on the way and it is good. The clock shows 19 seconds to go and the Raiders have taken the lead. It's Las Vegas, 25. It's Miami. 23 19 seconds left Dolphins out of timeouts and Daniel Carlson may have just given the Raiders They're eight victory of the season. Minutes could be extremely tough for the Miami Dolphins to go down there in 19 seconds with no timeouts. Unless you get a Fantastic kick return to move the ball down the field somehow. But that was that Last drive be aggressive play calling by John Group and the aggressive decision making by Derek Carr of seeing the same type of play that was called before, so they ran this type of play. They see the middle of the field safety come out of there, and they said, Hey, you gotta throw the post when he does that. They did so got the pass interference. Leading up to this extra or for the field go to to get the lead. How important would it would be for the Raiders tonight? Raiders have not been 500 or better since 2016. And just three times since 2000 and two have they had at least eight wins in a season. Would get there with a win tonight and keep those very slim playoff hopes alive is Carlson drives the kick through the end zone and the Dolphins now with 19 seconds left, We'll have it at the 25 yard line. So if you're the Dolphins here No time outs can't stop the clock. Do you look for from their offense? They got to play to the sidelines. You don't want to really move the ball in the middle of the field because of Baldwin, Keith. The clock will keep moving. You will be the clock it but then you'll get one more play. Gotta work the sidelines in some capacity. Three different levels. One deeper, one middle one shallow, and then Fitzpatrick has to make a decision. Who's open trips? Right? Single man.
"john group" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"You still gotta tell you? I don't know. And alerted students Wednesday but also clarified to see I thought only people that did something like said something benign but would be interpreted as being horrible. Like maybe they tell some joke about Japanese acrobatic team or something like Dad and human resources got wind of it. It's a you've got to go to our mandatory training next Saturday, and you're going to be there all day and you've got to do If you don't do it, you're losing your job. That kind of thing. But I guess now students are doing it up there doing proactively. Ah, and a letter to students on Wednesday that also clarified updated co vered 19 procedures. Somebody named uh, what's her name and cut Jagga? She's the Provo said the course. Which will be free of charge and count for one academic carded. There's a lure right there. Is part of the eye to take bowling once because it was one credit class three years one critical, I would do it so I could be a dis checking public radio stations. I took bowling three times. I got in and at the first time, no way And I said What I got you I got a hit first time. I the second time I told the Can you call a bowling teacher? A professor? I don't know. Ah, I told the professor that I won't be coming here. I'm only taking two classes that can work the radio station in the day when he had to be a student to do that. And then I said, I better go back and get this expunged from my record, which I guess you could go back and take the course again. They go with the They go with the best grade. I went back in to get a third time, Toby, Dammit! Ah! And there was a kid in that class wasn't even kid. It was a full grown man that that had Ah unique name Munich way of throwing a bowling ball. Where he would put the ball in his hand. He brought his own bowling ball that we knew this guy was good, and it was very tricked out ball any and he with all kinds of pattern in it, and he was holding his hand like your hold on top. Your head, John Group type of any great ball like that. And he would push the ball his didn't bring him back and swinging under. He'd have a poison. You walked on and push it and looks like pushing as hard as you can. But everything seemed to fit together with this. And the instructor. I knew this guy was so good because he was reckoning strikes almost every time he bold On picking up splits like nobody's like there's no tomorrow and anyway Ah The professor said. You're obviously here just for the credit, you dear on things. The rest of you here. You're gonna learn house for the right way him quite like that. But the thing was.
"john group" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"It's true the business leader. It's true that Congress cares about the business people, but honestly if you're going to try to swing voters, it's not clear being entire pro-immigration threat position I mean if you. You look at that these these voters in the middle in in the blue collar voters in the swing states a lot of them are anti immigration. So this is not this is not as you know his other positions, which seemed to Piss off ninety percent of America. They're the ones that are sorta hard understand. This is one of the. Isn't that hard to understand John John Jonathan. Immigration. John it isn't like every voter gets to say hey, president, trump. We know you can't stand Mexican immigration. Where are you on the H.? One B. Front? I mean just don't talk about it. Let the process go ahead. Let the international student thing I agree with you. If it turns out of became a huge issue, he'll end up on the wrong side of the issue because his base is probably on the wrong side, but these are not issues. I don't think that the average person I don't think the average person is worried. I think they are worried about the lower skilled people that you elegantly before described as critical to both the economy and the health of this nation and our families. Think the president look. I'm enough a believer in the American public that I believe if the obfuscation, and in in in and the basically it's just the purpose obvious Gatien thrown up by the president and Fox News, and the like were blown away or could be cleared away. Most people would realize what horrible decision making, but they're not. What most people here is the presence cracking down on immigration? They don't the prince cracking particularly high skilled immigration. Immigration they hear the president's pregnant and immigration. Isn't that great? Let's keep those foreigners out so I. I think that's what he's banking on once again. I, don't think this was as as patently. You know wrong. You know rob politically wrong-headed as you're saying I. I'm not sure it was was patent economically wrongheaded politically I'm not sure you're right. I mean who cares so much. What the advertisers and care someone Harvard Mit Sense. Talking to John Group has. Sent a great question. Based on the specific of how many American companies and innovation etc driven by immigrants. It raises this question. Maybe we should be sending our grade. School students to these other countries at least for middle and high school could come back and Excel as well as the immigrants do. Apparently, our public schools aren't cutting it. You know you do wonder about that to a certain degree I. Mean there obviously are some really I guess. What's your response to that? That's. A great point, it is true that there is an inversion between not higher education higher education, which is a non higher education. The US is mediocre on higher education by far the best in the world. Let me highlight once again to always come back to the book. Let me highlight. We are best in the world higher education, because partly because the government invested a lot in developing paying for graduate students, developing signs that allowed us to employ those graduate students, but nonetheless we are the best in higher education. We're not so good at lower education. One issue shoes raises. This is a whole of discussion we can. Can have another time that people argued I think plausibly is look..
"john group" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Game in Oakland a farewell to the Coliseum in the raiders of final home game before moving to Vegas next season they get the jags their coach John group I really believe and she'll do not believe in silver black and and I'll get a lot lot of passion for what the man of gone before us and what these guys are gonna do after I'm gone so we're we're doing everything we can we really fact mark Davis for setting us up with a great future obviously we're very sensitive about where we come from and you know you can't help but be emotional about it NHL capitals maintain their seven point lead over the aisles the metro on five point lead over the Bruins in the overall standings a four goal third in route to a five to win at Tampa about this new town high school scored a touchdown on the final play of Saturday's Connecticut class double L. state championship game against Darien giving the Nighthawks at thirteen seven when in state title on the seventh anniversary of the stand the hook elementary school shooting championship was new towns first since nineteen ninety two they finished thirteen and vigils in church services were held Saturday in Connecticut so mark the anniversary of the shooting at sandy hook and remember victims of other gun violence since the tragedy in Newtown twenty first graders and six educators were killed at the school December fourteenth of twenty twelve Joe Berle was a record breaker in more ways than one navy staff there slide to the cadets and tiger leads the U. S. rally at the presidents Cup that's next this is SportsCenter all night on ESPN radio and the ESPN app stay with us.
"john group" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"What not so much in the beginning not so much in the kobe dayton brady mcdonald's commercial. I'm going to do when he would. That's that's fair. I think there was relatable moments to kobe bryant just based upon how much he was compared to the greatest that ever played the game in my store so with that being said with that being said i do think that when you're talking about rothlisburger rothlisberger using himself and away where he's trying to to rope a dope and be a little bit south paul how he's coming in with his angles. I really believe it's almost culturally driven right if i look at it from this aspect i'm okay with ben and i'm with bin but on this side of it. I think it's one hundred percent calculated. Calculate it with a b._s._a. And the reason being is because there are a lot of people that a._b. Is around super popular rappers super-popular up and coming players. Here's super-popular current players and they are all in a._b._c.'s corner. They're all in his camp. They're all in his community and not might be one of the things that john group was talking abou now. Stop listening to all of these dudes and your air. His community embraces him so for whatever it's worth. He's okay with playing a villain role not because it's n._f._l. Thing it's a cultural thing that abe is leaning on. I understand your point that there is some support out there for a._b. Of course course he's. He's a talented guy. We worship talented guy super talented and he's got a nice little social media following people like the draft off of that but i don't think he's as calculating. You're not deleting tweets hours later. Exile related really clean. I might have been a misstep. Sam sat here because all a._b. Has to do is what marcellus has been selling all summer. That's your resume. Speak that your work speak. That's that's his only real defense against big bend but that's what we do. We have to fight back is been on the history league. Everybody has always sided with the quarterback. The quarterback can do no wrong. It's always the other guys fought aww especially when it comes to the receivers all in it and so bain was in a different position and be played a right. Yes boy to play his when you grow up how he grew up. You don't grow up the way you grow up in. Turn the shoulder and handled things with grace and we bite back. That's just the reality. I here's nothing wrong. That's just that's what it is. We're professionals. Were more mature evolved. You've got to play a game in the rules that you're playing in so you need to adapt. I would say but i want to say this since you leave doesn't mean you lost a divorce this a. b. is gone doesn't mean he lost a divorce. He's down underscore car right now. I will have to say that but this is the face off moment. My boy max kellerman used to host before to fight when they both wolf it and no punches thrown them but sometimes you leave the faceoff lyle. He got his neighbor. Ooh what happened. You were talking big at the table. Talk big at this table and i give you the story that we used to always share one of the home. He's got divorced and we it was like damn look happy. Why why are you not mad at. You got divorced look when i was with my woman my wife. She was spending all my money now else. You divorced me half and we were like why next sitting in the house comfortable google eh a._b..
"john group" Discussed on First Things First
"I was saying into general before the show if gin, and I had a falling out. And all the sudden, I leave the show and Jenna puts out I'm gonna show you Nick, right? Really is. And the tweet I sent her five years ago. I think you're great on the today show. I really respect your work. I think and I love your story. Like, no, what are you talking about? I mean, it doesn't it? I don't understand what's happening here. I jokingly said earlier, and Tony was going crazy. This is the these are the acts of crazy guy. Why Kipling let this go? Why can't he move? What what is he so obsessed with that? He cannot. Close the book on a chapter that he made all the effort to move on from. I don't have a clue I don't I don't know what he wants. He got traded. He got the new contract. Like, I don't I don't know what he wants next. Like, abe. I'm totally confused. Like, I'm totally confused. Like what his real goals are day to day. You remember the first Super Bowl before this show existed? You and I were at it was in Houston. I think and we were doing some I don't know we were doing something, and we stopped filming for a moment and was walking by and it was right after the Instagram live thing, do you remember this? Oh, right after the Instagram, and you grabbed him I because they didn't seem like you knew him that. Well, he had a bit of a relationship and you reach out to him. And you said, hey, man, I think you tell me if I'm misquoting the story if you need to talk, we should talk and at that. Because at that moment that was the first thing really outside of the box in Tony Brown had done. He didn't have any of the off the field stuff. He didn't have the blue hair. He didn't have any of the. Relationship issues with teammates, but he had kind of betrayed Mike Tomlin buy. Yes. Live streaming that moment, and it seems like since then he is just instead of going down a path of that was stupid. I shouldn't have done it. He just keeps doubling down on the crazy. And and this is mean spirited as well, which I now I think it blows up in his face because juju looks good. But he clearly thought this will make juju look bad by revealing a private conversation, which is in any walk of life, totally out about getting bad advice or no advice in sort of doing this on his own. So now, he takes his behavior he will to Oakland. How do you think? Gruden and the rest of the raiders coaching staff will deal with handle accept this type of behavior from this guy problems. They're gonna have problems, and this is one of this. This is a me issue. This is Chris issue because I can understand trying to force your way off. For team. I can understand you trying to get more guarantees. But what I don't understand is as an African American aby. I don't know why you wanna tear down Mike Tomlin. Why would you make it's hard as it is for African Americans. Get hit coaching jobs. It's hard as it is for the for people to believe that they can control the roster in the locker room. Why would you make life more difficult for him? And then you're going double down on that in juju. Smith schuster. You're gonna make a young another African American you'll make his life miserable by by putting things out there. Like, I don't understand that. So now what's going to happen the Jon Gruden with? He didn't have no respect for a black man at another black, man. What would he have respect for John group? So for me, I'm disappointing them. I'm disappointing them as NFL wide receiver. I'm disappointed him as someone who the NFL has put out there. And he's taken advantage of the NFL brand. And I'm in barest as a black man that he would embarrass Mike Tomlin and embarrassed juju juju out there. So it's a Chris thing and. The coats as far as the coaching staff goes coach me makes mixes point all the time..
"john group" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Malibu house. A assumed that is nonperishable right now, not letting anybody in for the most part, we don't think. So you know, it is what it is. I just wanted all the animals and people to probably be out of that. Most importantly, these things that are burnt down should be replaced and all that. So does the first concern but other than that? No. We don't really know rich. Wow. So again one last thing. So you don't know as you, and I are talking right now if you're home still standing Kevin Garnett within the zone in which they speak of. No, I do not. Like, I said, everybody's safe and families and people and animals are out of there, which is most important the rest can be rebuilt. Yes. I do. I absolutely do. So, you know, obviously, my personal tragedy myself, but nothing when it comes to, you know, materialistic things or like things where it so much of an amass where starting on one side of of of LA highway this travel completely over a mountain range. Like, I'm just kinda just don't found her with the whole process of all of this. I never been to something like this. You know, my fingers crossed in my, you know, knocking on wood and all that stuff for you, and your neighbors and your family, and and thanking although, you know, the first responders who were more in the air for you K G R. I if you don't mind, let's go to the tour department here and talk a little bit of sports. What did you think of the Butler trade you think that's a good fit for Philadelphia? I taught Butler one thought silly one Ashley putting him with that John group of core of guys who I think Jimmy's issue at been day was I think the motor of Wiggins in the motor of towns and velocity in which they didn't play on the potential which they didn't. Or he felt like they didn't play up to you know, if you know anything about Jimmy means a real real gritty kid. He's a real hard nose through the wall kind of guy super intense. And that's what you love about him. I think do all this process the way you handle things. And then kind of not kind of really muscle. The timber wolves thirty really really took advantage of his his ability there. He did a lot for their. Lou Tom that he was there. But more importantly, he impacted them from a distance what you're going to do. And then today's game and any other parts, I don't think any of the superstars or any of the some of the leaders. We can remember no charge was very vocal Scottie Pippen could be very vocal before the most bar real leaders will handle things behind closed doors and close to where things really get handle. And that was the only thing that I did I saw I understand being in Minnesota be super frustrated with management not being able to push them. But. Should've kept that between now. But I think really definitely one Jimmy Butler with with the seventy Sixers, man. That's that's as the whole east over there that that's changed the whole dynamic of that. So how would you have handled it differently? If you were, you know, Glenn Taylor Minnesota management. Kevin. Well, I'll say this first off I'd have been transparent with him. Face to face in. You know, we'd have more of a a behind the scenes kinda thing going or whatever I would have tried to entrusting him. And that he had a. This is to me facist don't appear if he had this issue. They knew that he had this issue from day one and his expectation than going into these issues. I would've tried to nurture that right away. Right, right. From the Julia. I wouldn't have taken on that knowing mature investing. I think probably looked at the dynamic between him and oh to be a very promising one, which is very good..
"john group" Discussed on Connected
"Also, I I'm not sure how I feel about these sentence that I've seen in many reviews its ceiling ipad. Okay. What if that's exactly what I want like for some people? The ipad steel being an ipad is an important factor. There's people who if the ipad were to turn into a MAC book that will be a problem. So I understand why that expression was used in many many reviews for this. Either pros. I think it's important again, keep an open mind, a try to consider the different perspective of someone saying I wanted to still be an ipad and not turning to a PC. Like, I wanted to be a screen that can attach detach from a keyboard? I wanted to have a SIEM and seller and all of these things I don't want it to have a desktop OS on it. I wanted to rally US so. I will I would have liked to see more reviews from this. I'm not saying this because I didn't have review let me say it. Then let me say then because I had a tweet it because I felt like I just had to say 'cause you want saying I don't know why apple think that the best PR strategy is to not put this device in the hands of people that admittedly used them every single day because if you do not use an ipad to get your work done every day. Of course, if you use it for four days, you are not going to find a satisfactory experience, bro. If you use a MAC to do whatever if you have like a CMS, which does not play well of like, you're not going to be happy. It's why when we make changes to oust CMS it really one of the points is it has to walk in Iowa because I need to use it, right? Like, we have like dragon drop stuff on us. Stephen. We have like the links that you see there added by his cO bookmark let I can drag and drop them in a web browser because we need that. Because otherwise, I would be very upset. Right. So like, Adam the order you want. No errors. Yeah. So so I understand. But it seems very perplexing to me that there are people that have relationships with PR and apple like Federico like Jason Snell who admittedly us every single day, but Neva Federico Jason Snell embargoed review units to write a review on day one when the reviews came out, and that is really weird to me because it puts the perception out into the world because every review except for John group as the I read read the same, and they all made that point which again, very valid point. But that's not a mix. I really enjoyed Gruber's review because he just didn't talk about. This. All right. I'm my assumption would be because he knows he knows how he feels. He knows that everybody that reads his site knows how he fails. He doesn't use Iowa for work. He like right on it. But it uses a Mackey a MAC lava, but he spoke about and I loved his angle of just like this machine is obsessively powerful like way more than it needs way more than it's going to need. But it just is because this is apple kind of proving point and showing what they can do when they make the silicon and comparing that back to the old max released really interesting, and it was refreshing because it was different because the rest of them old focused heavily all the headlines written like the old of the headlines just some variation of. Yeah. But it's still not good enough. Right. Like because I can't make Grupo chrome my default web browser like like I would love Google Chrome to my default web browser. But it's not my residing point about what using like. So the idea the I've seen some people in Tudor say well, the heaven, given this is a ridiculous argument. They haven't given I put pros to I then Tuesday ests, I always see like some shade of sorry of of irony in that word and through. But let's easiest flogger. Right. That's your problem that word is brings up bad memories. Uncloudy my head. I don't do that. I don't do that. These arguments that apple hasn't given review units to enthusiasts because those people would have bought an I throw anyway. And instead apple wanted fair criticism from people telling us, you wouldn't give Jason snow many for review either with you logistic, the these would be like if.
"john group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Com. You must've been busy couple with Chris Broussard, and rob Parker. We're breaking this down. What else? Rob Parker doesn't want. You. I'll say I think they might have made a mistake. I understand the law of LeBron fisa franchise. A proud franchise is one a lot of championships. And now they're looking at and made the playoffs in five years did not in that conversation anymore. Lebron wants to right? Lebron wanted to come to L A. I get all that split the core. And the young guys that they have I'm not so sure if LeBron comes here and does it win these four years and there are some casualties. Like LeBron says, okay, we need to give it a Ingram. We'll get rid of this guy or whatever it is to try to help them win. And then they don't win this whole thing because they have some young guys who I don't know they won thirty five games last year. If you would let Lonzo play. Could you see niche running up and down like attract new fan just bra for sixteen years in the league? And even. When he was younger. He doesn't play. He don't play it. And that's what they do. So now you've got to figure it out. We got a slow down. This is not workable abroad, looking splits. The second half numbers part is good as his first half. I dunno Chris tired as you slowing down. You know what I mean with all the mileage on him? So an executive now again, it's eight games. I got an executive. I was talking about today. Well respected in the league. He said he does think the Lawson step to get the rest of what the couple podcast by searching odd couple that is always you can listen to the odd couple with Chris Broussard, and rob Parker weekdays at seven pm eastern Pacific right here on Fox Sports radio. Let's go. It's the Ben maller show. New even Hugh Jackson somewhere in suburban Cleveland had to be laughing. Watching this game saying I would have done a better job. I should come back to coach the raiders. Coach the raiders no we didn't play defense. But at least we're we're somewhat competitive. This is a referendum on John group. And it grew the did not have a ten year contract. This is the kind of performance. You know, what you get today after performance like this in professional sports. You get a pink slip is what you get when you're the head coach it reminded me of years ago when I covered the NBA coverage morbid clipper teams, and every once in a while they would get so upset with the coach they would have a couple of these type games in a row, and they were doing it as a rebellion as.
"john group" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Ninety three WIBC. It is Terry. Stacey. I man this story of Nasr's mission to land a man on the moon focusing on Neil Armstrong. It opens this weekend Armstrong, as you all know, graduated from Purdue here to talk about Neil Armstrong is produced space historian, John Norberg, John. Hello, what pleasure to meet you? Is pleasure. Talking to you. How long have you been produced space historian? I guess, you know, since I wrote the book and in two thousand three wings of their dreams. I'm really I started in Lafayette with the Lafayette journal here in one thousand nine hundred seventy two I went to Peru in two thousand the first one I met Neil, hiking seventy nine while I was a reporter for the journal and courier the tenth anniversary of the moon landing that time was at the university of Cincinnati. And I asked for an interview along was probably two million other reporters way more than he could handle. Of course, he and I just that everybody turned down and said he regrets. He can't handle all requests. Then they came back and said that he is decided to invite a limited number of borders to a small press conference at the university nearly near tenth anniversary any invited me. And the only reason he invited me was because journal and courier is produced hometown newspaper. So that was a wonderful opportunity in a moment. I'll never forget I asked what that press conference if he was happy with his statement. That's what step for man one giant leap for mankind. And the interesting thing that is that important thing that I said that day asked him, what was the important thing. He said the important thing. I said was the eagles landed he said, it was really tough to land that lunar lunar Lander walking in the moon with just a piece of cake. He believes he only had a fifty fifty chance of succeeding in that landing. And he saw those guys were just thought. Wow. What an opportunity you had to meet him was that the only time that you ever spent with him. When I when I started at Purdue had the opportunity to various times, escorted when he came to campus became in food for when he came through in for the dedication was building. He and his family up at the airport took him to the to the union times been with my campus. I had the opportunity interview in personally about the mood landing which is something. He didn't do very often. When you're you're right there with him. And you think this is the man that was the first man that landed on the moon. You must have a million questions. Oh, yes. You know, you you can't help. But think that of course deal some people have this impression that. Neal was somewhat aloof because he didn't talk like a moon landing every time someone asks the time he turned around. He was not he was very friendly. He was funny. He lose fun to be around the last time. I was with him was with a Neil. And gene Cernan the last man who walked on the moon Purdue graduate. I haven't pizza and a beer at earners in west Lafayette. And there was a full moon and Neil and gene never once talked about Neil recorded everything he had to say about the moon mission and everything else. He did NASA is available to everyone, and he talked in detail about two spaces stories and to Nassau officials and engineers. He just couldn't talk about. Every report is to. For awhile. I handle is media requests. And we followed in the world that they wanted the interview Neil couldn't do it. He couldn't possibly you. Everyone who wanted to interview. So it's turned them all down only did occasional anniversary appearances Purdue was also home to a huge collection of his personal documents and more in that collection. There are got a ton of fan mail that just continued to come long after he had done this mission to the moon. Right. It was fascinating. And no one knew about these. I shouldn't say, no. And I'm sure it's his immediate family knew about him and his secretary there in Connecticut. But he did he say all the letters people sent you. No, one knew that he did this, and they're now available in our archives along with many, many, many many other items of Neil Neil donated to Purdue. There are also right now, there's eight at auction taking place later this month of much more. You'll Armstrong items that the family had and they they think it's time to to sell. And deal equal chance to get them, including museums, which I'm sure we'll take a lot of the items one of the most fascinating things in that collection. I've seen her for is a letter from a Diner's club free checking him or credit card. The letter was seventy five years after the moon moonlight. If the software. Landing on the move will not get your credit card. This is produced space historian, John Norberg. He's awesome incredible author. There are some things that part of the sale. The we already have for instance, there's a Purdue flag three cook to the mood took another move any the to Purdue two thousand. So there are some things that were duplicates and and do as one of them. But the the people are emphasizing if anyone would like to purchase some of these items. Sure, some of them are going to be very reasonable guys would love them, and they love to share them with everyone. How many astronauts have you personally met and talked to that have been graduates from Purdue University. I don't know the total number of astronauts, I've met but not that I have met twenty three of the twenty four. Wow. Purdue astronauts, and and talk to them many times for books and gatherings. When they come to Purdue are twenty four th astronaut take last year. She's what they call kind of a quarantine for anybody interviewing your for two years. And the the astronauts, this group of astronauts love to get together among themselves, and then just talk, and, you know, share old times not necessarily about the mission states, they flew, but about all the training, and the people they knew you have you ever thought yourself of going into that direction of working for NASA. I'm not smart enough of that. I'm just a writer, you know reported. I I've always loved I'm an old, man. I'm seventy years old. I grew up, you know, in the fifties. And sixties when this whole thing was going on. I remember Sputnik. Like it was yesterday. I was fascinated by it. I remember the creation of NASA. And I remember that the original mercury seven astronauts, and when they pick them Gus Grissom, THEO went went to produce one of the original mercury seven astronauts being in school when they were gathering altogether and watch Allan Sheppard launch. And Gus Grissom launch just how mazing all it was in the summer of nineteen sixty-nine. I was backpacking through Europe. There were a lot of anti American feelings in Europe at that time because of the. I'm war. But for the period of time when Apollo eleven was landing on the mood, America. Everyone loved America the United States shared that mission with the world when Neil landed on the moon, Neil and buzz landed on the moon. We were we were needs France. And we found a cafe that opened all night their flaw cafe. And we watched it on TV. It was coming on in French people Americans. We the only Americans to place they were toasting us buying pain and translating. It was incredible incredible nights that I will never forget. And I went back a couple years ago in sound that cafe again to one day come to know, Neil Armstrong, personally was an incredible experience in my life. I can only imagine your talks on on campus about a number of things, including the are involved in in flight before space and space, and I have never given that talk to a group of students that at least one student doesn't come up afterwards and say. I came to Purdue because I want to be an astronaut, and you know, I tell people, and I truly believe this is very very possible walking on our campus. Today is some young man or some young woman who will be the first person to step foot on Mars because we have people who are there with that goal in mind. John Norberg, he's the author of seven books, including spacewalker, my journey in space and faith as Nasr's record-setting frequent flyer which details the story of Purdue grad and astronaut Jerry Ross, his eighth book every true one hundred and fifty years of giant leaps at Purdue University that one's coming out pretty soon. All bet, right. The spring right before Daniel day, which is may we're celebrating at all year. Neil armstrong's. The fiftieth anniversary of the mood walking is is is a big part of our planned activities. It was a wonderful wonderful person. It was fun to be around talkative and friendly. You just didn't talk to him. But landing on the moon. Once you would. Pre-arranged that because that's something he's discussed so many times. And he did so many other things in his life and how much he loved Purdue. He was so generous with his time, especially with our students. Well, it is a pleasure to meet you John Norberg again, author of the books. I've mentioned wings of their dreams Purdue in flight. So Jon, thank you for taking time for us produce, a space historian, John Norberg, and again, they have an unbelievable collection of Neil Armstrong memorabilia and personal documents. And that is available to everybody to to look at. It's amazing amazing is right here at Purdue John group. Yeah. Come to Purdue. Hey, john. Thank you so much. You're awesome. Thank you. This was fun. We're out of time. Thanks for joining us this morning on the first day people get insurance for alien abductions. Coconuts and pirate takeovers. Crazy, right? What's not craziest? Domino's carry out insurance. We'll.
"john group" Discussed on Get Up!
"It wasn't just about him struggling as a hair coat every new head coaching. NFL. They're also seven. So those are some people that were in the game last year also and not to defend John group. But what I want to say is the organization made the decision, okay. Who are we going to invest it? We're going to invest in the head coach to be the face of the franchise. We leave Oakland, go to Las Vegas. We're going to cripple our roster literally, take Khalil Mack off of it. We saw he did with the bears and not pay attention to what that does to the players here line of room who know he's been, here's what I don't like about what you're seeing. You put Jon Gruden lump lamented with other seven coach hundred million dollars how we here John rooted in a bowl with everybody this Jon Gruden and everybody because everybody thinking hundred. If you the raiders you're trying to tell me you couldn't get Jon Gruden for seventy five million. If you're trying to talk with, you understand head to say here. Hey, what I would have been nice but you wouldn't get paid like the raiders the point that I'm trying to make to you that you could have got a seventy seventy five million dollars had another twenty five for Khalil Mack. What did you say? But didn't do it for what it's worth. There is no salary cap involving pay the coach. So that makes my point. So for public consumption is like you're choosing the brains without the salary cap, but you're going to allow the Braun theory to leave as a competitive football better actually help your Ross. That's the original and I respect that now agree with you lit to release speaking. The players play. It's a players league. Jon Gruden was not a good. He was an exceptional analyst for us. Yeah. Jon Gruden never hesitated to tell you is in coal is important as coaching is it's a player's game. Do you become a coach and don't pay the player this something wrong with that picture. But if something wrong with that picture, I'm telling you was wrong with the pitcher. They paid their quarterback fifteen percent of their salary paid that money. Derek Carr. Just like the lions pay the to Matthew Stafford. He's not an elite quarterback, which means you give him that brand aesthetic giving it to Khalil Mack. He leaned all right. We have to call this for the moment. I take every single morning follows us. It's nineteen minutes away here on ESPN. You look good. The greeting. Could last night in the rose Sam darnold on I now, you know that we were excited about the start of that era. Despite the shaky start, we'll get Herbie's thoughts on the rookie be wearing blue to mount hails. Ass. Every welcome you back to get up near presented by Genesis and we are back with the one and only Todd mcshay. And if you're like me, you spend a lot of your Saturdays watching college football, thinking about what those guys are gonna do on Sundays. So let's talk a little bit about how some of the prospects are doing so far. Let's start with the quarterback. Joe stood stood a really impressed me the first week against Washington, one of the better defenses in the country. He came out just looked so much more in control of the offense. He's changing protections. He knows what he wants to do some year ago against Clemson who sacked, I think eleven or twelve times in that game, and it just didn't look like himself this year with a full year of experience. You really is in control of that offense. And I think Auburn is one of the underrated teams because of stem, what he can provide it, that quarterback position and then those get to Ed Oliver, that's we've all been hearing for a long time sort of following in that line of great defensive lineman that we've seen just how good is the kid..
America, Logan Bligh and Us discussed on Think Realty Radio
"The boy scouts of america after their disabled son was denied the rank of eagle scout logan bligh was approved for the rank by the utah national parks council but then the national organization overturned that decision the bsa saying logan's down's syndrome did not allow him to do some of the tasks required to earn the merit badges needed for eagle the turkish military has taken full control of the center of afrin a syrian kurdish town as we hear from jennifer breeden turkish fighters tore down curtis statues and share the takeover of the town turkey claims the us allied kurdish population in the town was a threat to their national security ousted secretary of state rex tillerson had encouraged turkey to understand the us would not stand in their way turkish offensive in the syrian town began the kurdish syrian democratic forces who captured the last two britishborn isis fighters in jihadi john group left the frontlines of the isis fight to protect their fellow kurds in offering while us troops remain neutral despite the turkish invasion and for the second year in a row only to number one seeds are going to the sweet sixteen of march madness is overall top seed virginia was the first number one to ever lose in the first round when the cavaliers foul to unbc on friday west region number one exam you're lost in the second round.
"john group" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Cleveland browns have just given jill legal installer no it's weird are good cleveland browns just give joe thomas a raise and he hasn't indicated that he is retiring but they're saying that he's now a dark darkhorse candidate to replace john group as the color analyst on monday night football should he decide to retire puffing on that that's out of nowhere again we're joe thomas who had been one of the great cast the guy could name off all the starting quarterbacks that have played in cleveland remember the adam on espn last year you know monday night countdown and he listed a mole man was we didn't remembering exactly oh yeah it was very impressive stuff uh getting the consummate probe great ambassador for the city cleveland got it stuck it out at his consecutive games streak snapped last year which was a damn shame look man i don't think that cleveland shown any signs of turning around soon you wanted to stay around his whole career off he's ready to retire so be it but just to slide right into the booth like that uh i probably i haven't heard joe thomas ever do color commentary for a game but i already like a more than tony romo by by that standard i think i mean romo slotting right in the guy these an offensive lineman you gotta give to believe he's he's looking to schemes and schematic addicts and blocking in knows what kind of stuff look at it just does he have the character in the charisma bracket to fill in for not to step in behind jon gruden what's this like you have to ask yourself light wind when you fill in on came when i do i have the panache to be ryan kobe spill in for three hours in the answer is abe a took a long look at the miramare maybe i can do this baby would then again may be not may be begging kneipp's mode we'll go one more here and we'll bring it back will bring it back to the bear here also another cleveland story awards it's nearly mandel do in these day about this is willing to brian windhorts so wish there green though had a better insult forum zoa mba soap opera continues last night they were talking all.
"john group" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Get eight hundred million in loans that mark davis is taken out to pay for the team's cut other new stadium in las vegas accord he owes del rio about fifteen mill let's talk about pain bruton tim i mean ten million a year should be enough to get him back to coaching if that's not enough to lure him back you shouldn't have to offer him a piece of the raiders to be the coach of the team he's a coach not a guy in a business suit at you know what i'm saying like he's not he's not an investment banker okay you don't need to give him of you shouldn't have to give him a piece the raiders you can find a coach that wall potentially get this thing back on track if you really do believe indira car and apparently you do 'cause you gave him one hundred twenty million dollars wherever they're all was honoured whereby million dollars how about this uh put better people in place that will evaluate talent get reggie mckenzie outta there okay that'd be a good place to start and then maybe get a young brash head coach an offensive minded coach or even got like what you told me that a guy like frank reich or a guy like patch shurmur couldn't come in and do damn near just as good a job in in you pam a third of what you have to pay john gruden and not give him a piece year franchise but it's the whole nostalgic thing it's the whole hey we're moving the vegas we're already alienating a huge segment of our fan base and john group because the the way that mark davis looks of this and i guarantee it reiter nation doesn't have a city raider nation is everywhere greater nation is all around you remember when i said let's be quite earlier we can enter jimmy garoppolo all around us or mark davis feels like that about raider nation okay and so what is uh when when you think about reiter nation there's a few figures that pop in your head when you close your eyes and even though he was only there for a couple of years john bruton's one of those faces because the raiders in ninety seven they had jeff george they worked arab will man i mean that that.
"john group" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"See the they went to seattle and when they went to the rams in one jagran is a better coats and john group not it's not a shot at john good nothing jays really really good this season nobody could overcome the season the division's top or the nfc's top of their schedules brutal eh the face like the united face at seattle when seattle was healthy at the rams jon gruden getting all this pob jay grooms the better coach thirty think the blame than does not go and i would not i would not fire j gruden i would give jagland kirk cousins this he's fine he he is what he is he's always eat a little he slightly better than any dolphin he's matt ryan ann arbor to hate that have not thing mats i know for you at least christine will news well that's the news and thanks for stopping by the heard lie i am strangely interested in what i'm about to do so here we have the nfl playoffs coming up and everybody knows who is in the playoffs ride the wild card is this weekend so you're going to get tennessee at kansas city in buffalo at jacksonville as the steelers and patriots just wait around and in the nfc it's much more interesting carolina at new orleans and atlanta at the rams as the eagles in the viking just sit around but i was looking it's very interesting but quarterback list this year in the nfl in the playoffs is remarkable just listen to the quarterbacks i'm not going to list the top three mario to alex smith tie rod taylor blake portals case kinam nick full jared gough in the wildly uneven cam newton.
"john group" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Welcome to the show i'm dana can alan for jason went lock and i'm gonna tell you why the raiders might actually be making a mistake going after john group and i'm colin coward and i'll tell you why the pete carroll era in seattle i think maybe it's wanted to course speak for yourself starts now and i like pete i grew up in seattle that i got a theory on this interesting to hear it hello and welcome we're joined today by fox in a violent honing his hours and longtime nfl in college coach charlie weis led stars in oakland which could be where john bruton is headed after reports surfaced that the raiders were pursuing their former coach even before they fired jack del rio after sunday's game for years teams have tried and failed attempt gruden from the broadcast booth but reportedly oakland's offer includes an ownership stake and i'm sure a lot of millions behind that to which has some convinced the higher is a done deal colin is this a smart move by oakland i'm not sure if it is ten years is a long time to be away from any industry i mean just just think about tech in our lives k ten years ago they just introduced the gps gps is the four hundred th the biggest tech tool in my life now the game is change tight end weren't used as much ten years ago we had fullbacks we had huddles people are more mobile now it's hard to retain your staff the culture of football baseball tends to look in the rear view mirror football's the opposite there's a there's a bravado that you pick up stuff first you change stuff there's been a lot of changes one joe gibbs gone a few years he came back and he really struggled to adapt i think it's a real risky move here i think it's a reach when you look at what they're willing to give up and what they're going to pay him to be there next head coach in a guy i don't use the term overrated because he does have a super bowl behind his name but that super bowl came with tony dungy's defense running the tampa too and as much as he gets credit for developing quarterbacks he won that's a road brad johnson who was a game manager at the position was if you're the raiders and.
"john group" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"1300 the waiting for the shotgun staff now use aama moves into the slot dot who catches the football these back to throw inches up in the pocket throne the local portland twelve forty yard touchstone very go both lead with forty four seconds go in case you didn't know that was the bengals call on the end of the game the bagels the beat the ravens on espn fifteen thirty and why is that important because with that unbelievable comeback late in the game at forty nine your touchdown with about thirty eight seconds left that had the bengals knocking off the ravens and because the bills beat the dolphins 2216 earlier it clinched buffaloes first playoff berth since 1999 and snapped a streak of seventeen straight seasons without going to the postseason the longest streak in all four major pro sports in north america the bills mafia is riding high this morning so congratulations and of course of the pills are sending wings to the vanko here they really when they really are made of doing that they are sending buffalo wings who cincinnati so kudos all the way around it was a crazy enter the nfl's regulars season eight new teams in the playoffs that weren't they were a year ago that tied for the most new playoff teams in the wild card era including all four nfc division winners damazin usually a five in 5 out yet eight of the twelve this year were not in the postseason a year ago and of course the monday after the final game of the regular season the final week of the regular season the nfl always a tough one for coaches we've already had three coaches fired we're going to have a new coach in new york obviously other colts fired head coach chuck for ghana workers third straight non winning season and the raiders fired jack del rio amid speculation they are about to hire john group and that.
"john group" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Walk into a room and if he works at it and we know his work ethic is slow cd know off the charts like most law off the charge but then again most coaches are that way but i think that he would have a you would have a chance but you're right there's no guarantees how well at work out and i think what he probably has the way in his mind on some of this is already getting paid a fortune yet tennessee maybe it will for ten million dollars adam he's not that far off ten million dollars now when you talk about what monday that he's getting from on high football and the endorsements he has connected to it so does he look at it and go and i know he knows which joan pretty well they spent a lot of time together the previous couple years so he knows both the positives and negatives that come with that job in knoxville does he sit back and go you know a blow on or deal with all the rules in the twenty our role and then the recruiting issues to sue whenever i go to the combine that run into a former college assistant coach who now is in the nfl invariably it comes up you know what the best thing about my job is come in july or june when i'm sitting by the pool i don't have to keep looking at my phone to find out oh some kid decided to take an official visit he's an intel on or do i have to worry about like my my best linebacker a best wide receiver guttural bar fight last night you know those issues are not things that coach's like dealing with and i think that especially if you're in the nfl and i think that's something that may the potentially may be like john group safe i want to get back in a coach lou i want to get back in college coaching and i'm not sure about that she we talk about some games that took place in the field this past weekend all right so soon now you you talked about the gains alluded to it what a wild night it was from man of first of all just thinking back at one point it looked like.