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"jonathan nervous" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan nervous" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Because of my cousin, my cousin, he would always come outside and play with us. When we were younger a little bit before six eight, and then eventually that stop around sixth grade. He would always say he couldn't come outside because you had to play, he had to go to football practice. So eventually I asked my mom to sign up and one thing led to another after getting putting your, but a couple of times and. And then asking the coach, trying to find different ways to to get better, so that doesn't happen, and then once I hit high school. You know the game just growing me the competition the work that it takes to become great, and that's really how it got started, so people can interview you for eighteen minutes at the combine. How many interviews did you I'm sure you did very well with them. How many did you have? I probably had about. Twenty formal formal interview I'll gosh I mean luckily they broke them up into. You know the couple of days. We were there I. Mean I know some guys had a box them in one day, so that was pretty good Lord. Twenty interviews that would just. What were their teams? You don't have to be specific. We're there are teams that were really organized and then teams. That were weird during the interviews. Teams. Who when you got when you walk in there where there was everyone sitting there, GM. Opposition codes asking you about your background, and then go over a little bit of film or You know some of these teams that they run. Then there were some teams where it wasn't someone leading discussion. It was the OC would ask a question. And then the college director scouting behind you answered question, and you know I. Think they just tried to do that to see you know. How would you respond to that? Just the jumbo cleanup people ask questions from different areas of the room. So is there anybody like famous like? Did you ever go to the Patriots and Belichick ask anything. So I didn't get to speak to the Patriots, but I didn't get to meet Pete Carol. which which is cool, 'cause he's one of those. He's one of those coaches that you know you always on TV, and you're like man. He seems like a great person seems like he's really cared about his players, and you know I definitely get that vibe from him at the combine so. When you when you talk to teams, and now you've had this great career so now in forty five six days. You're going to be drafted in the NFL argue Jonathan Nervous. Are you anxious like? Where's your mind at right now? Really anxious to see where I go. You go to college and you somewhat have a choice because. Golfers and it's really your decision, so you really anxious to see you know. Where are you going to spend the next two years of your life that you really it's kind of the beginning of adult life. You know you go to college, and that's where you kind of grow up and are on your own, but now it's like. You're a professional now and you WanNa know where you're GonNa Start Your life off at really yeah, Wisconsin football camp brand is crazy. It's hard to explain. I've been there a couple of times. It's hard to explain to people who haven't been to Wisconsin now..

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"jonathan nervous" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan nervous" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Get your back out in space, they can place the air coach. Chris made a conscious effort to put that in this game to allow me to showcase that so you know Kudos, the coach Chris and I think it definitely opened up a lot of different assets, a lot of different players in the game by being able to do that. Jonathan Taylor Great Wisconsin running back just a terrific college career, typical badger toughest a four dollar steak. They're all tough up there. Early March. If I recall in early, March you did. Did you have a pro day you know before the virus? Kinda, hit the nation. Did did anybody. What kind of situation did you have an early March? Did you work out for some people? Yes, so I had. I had a pro day march eleventh, which was a week after the combine and I can time. It was kind of a quick turnaround. You're like I prepare for the combine, and then you turn around. You happen to prep for Pro Day and not you look back on it like I'm thankful that I had such a early pro day, so that I was able to get that in and showcase me catching the ball again, but I'm just I feel for the guys who didn't get invited to combine and we're banking on pro day. That had them cancelled. So I'm grateful I was able to attend to combine and pro. Give me a little bit about your background high school parents. Seem really incredibly grounded. When did you fall in love with football? So I really started to fall in love with FOOTBA. My Sophomore Year of high school, so I originally started playing football. Because of my cousin, my cousin, he would always come outside and play with us. When we were younger a little bit before six eight, and then eventually that stop around sixth grade. He would always say he couldn't come outside because you had to play, he had to go to football practice. So eventually I asked my mom to sign up and one thing led to another after getting putting your, but a couple of times and. And then asking the coach, trying to find different ways to to get better, so that doesn't happen, and then once I hit high school. You know the game just growing me the competition the work that it takes to become great, and that's really how it got started, so people can interview you for eighteen minutes at the combine. How many interviews did you I'm sure you did very well with them. How many did you have? I probably had about. Twenty formal formal interview I'll gosh I mean luckily they broke them up into. You know the couple of days. We were there I. Mean I know some guys had a box them in one day, so that was pretty good Lord. Twenty interviews that would just. What were their teams? You don't have to be specific. We're there are teams that were really organized and then teams. That were weird during the interviews. Teams. Who when you got when you walk in there where there was everyone sitting there, GM. Opposition codes asking you about your background, and then go over a little bit of film or You know some of these teams that they run. Then there were some teams where it wasn't someone leading discussion. It was the OC would ask a question. And then the college director scouting behind you answered question, and you know I. Think they just tried to do that to see you know. How would you respond to that? Just the jumbo cleanup people ask questions from different areas of the room. So is there anybody like famous like? Did you ever go to the Patriots and Belichick ask anything. So I didn't get to speak to the Patriots, but I didn't get to meet Pete Carol. which which is cool, 'cause he's one of those. He's one of those coaches that you know you always on TV, and you're like man. He seems like a great person seems like he's really cared about his players, and you know I definitely get that vibe from him at the combine so. When you when you talk to teams, and now you've had this great career so now in forty five six days. You're going to be drafted in the NFL argue Jonathan Nervous. Are you anxious like? Where's your mind at right now? Really anxious to see where I go. You go to college and you somewhat have a choice because. Golfers and it's really your decision, so you really anxious to see you know. Where are you going to spend the next two years of your life that you really it's kind of the beginning of adult life. You know you go to college, and that's where you kind of grow up and are on your own, but now it's like. You're a professional now and you WanNa know where you're GonNa Start Your life off at really yeah, Wisconsin football camp brand is crazy. It's hard to explain. I've been there a couple of times. It's hard to explain to people who haven't been to Wisconsin now. When you go to Wisconsin, it's cold and they drink a lot of beer, did you? Did you love at first sight? I love at first sight I got that field that College Townsville. It wasn't like a huge city. Feel like New York where it was endless but it definitely was. An area where it was full of life, but also you can feel that community by and you know if people in Madison are wearing green and yellow. They're wearing red white. Yeah. Well. You're just I. Just think you're going to be a great pro I. Think you have the right attitude. And don't listen to anybody. Running backs have value and you do and I. Wish you the best of luck you. You obviously have been incredibly prepared for this and I. Thank you for joining our show. Okay so much I appreciate you having me on all right Jonathan Taylor. We're trying to bring on. You know a occasionally. Bring a kid on a show every couple days the the players. I really think pop. I mean when you listen to the interview. You just everything's right. Everything's right. He literally said I never missed a practice it Wisconsin. Think about how many days you wake up Madison in November, and December and it's nine nine hundred degrees, and.

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"jonathan nervous" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan nervous" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The dolphins did last year. I don't think they're going to pull it off as well as the dolphins did. The dolphins are in a great position now. But I think they're trying to do that. We're we're tanking but we're not really tanking because we like to say that we're taking things so I don't think I mean if they bring in Cam Newton. He's GonNa sit behind Gardner Menchu. I mean. Nobody believes it's not going to happen. That's my that's my prediction for next year. That will be the one that's right. We can do to debate. Show we call a joy in the jabber mouth we would do. That would be starting That's our new Did very catchy joined with the news. Well that's the news. Thanks for stopping by third as Chrissy Teigen knows. I like Wisconsin guys. I think it's a really a formidable program. I think the coaching is excellent weight. Training Wisconsin guys go in the NFL. Always feels like to me. They not all but they they over achieve a little bit Jonathan Taylor's my best my favorite running back in the draft I told you I think Michael Pittman. Usc's my sleeper. Jonathan Taylor A lot of people see him as a as a second Early third-round guy. I like him a lot. I I can honestly say I late first round if he was available and I did a running back I liked Jonathan Taylor. He has track speed. He's tough he gets tough yards. He can pop for a home run. I don't think he's quite as elusive as saquon Barkley Maybe doesn't have the dimensions of Ezekiel Elliott. But I said it during the year He's absolutely is absolutely in in saquon Barkley Class Honestly. I think I see some similarities. Maybe not quite the wiggle. I Dunno so Jonathan Taylor will be joining us next a next hour. Bruce Feldman and tomorrow's headlines Today Just halfway home in L. A. It's the her be sure to catch live editions of the heard. Weekdays at noon eastern nine. Am Pacific interesting numbers on the Stanford. Antibody testing is out fifty times fifty plus times the estimate of confirmed active cases which means the death rate is far lower than suspected. Some good news today Jonathan. Taylor's my favorite running back in the draft and I had said this during the season like Saquon Barkley then. You can't not like Jonathan Taylor. Who's actually faster? The kid is just tough as nails. He never missed a game and three seasons at Wisconsin. He forced two hundred and twenty. Missed tackles since two thousand seventeen. That's the most in college football and the kid is a track speed. He is a complete burner Wisconsin. He gets tough yards and plays in tough weather. There's just nothing I don't like about him. I think he and Michael Pittman at. Usc are really underrated. Guys in this draft for me. And what do I know? I'm just a loud mouth on radio. Jonathan Taylor is joining us. First of all I watched a lot in college. There is some about Wisconsin guys. Jonathan your tougher up there. I don't know if the beers brought the cold weather but you got to football program. That develops tough guys. Why well kind of I think it starts in the weight room. I think that's where everything starts at. I've you gotTa have a right mindset in order to obtain new goals whether you want to you know left bank whether you want to swap. Heavier starts with that mindset and it's the training process that we go through in order to get mentally and physically prepare for the season and then translates over into the field. You understand that you put that worked in throughout the entire off season and now you wanted to come to life on the field you know when I first heard about you. People said he's a track guy and I'm like I don't know if I like track guys playing football and I watched you. It was a gun show. You were all jacked up and I'm like Oh my God. He just runs over people. Most track guys aren't as physical as you are. It is almost if you take pride in not just outrunning people but running over them a take me into your mind set on that yet so really it all depends on the situation When you're in the field you know you guys so you know if a guy is is a is a short tackle you know if a guy likes to tackle? Oh you know if a guy shies away from contact and in your mind you know that. You're you're ready to go around everybody to go through a ready to run tasks them and you're really ready to use every tool in your toolbox in order to get past that defender so but definitely take pride especially in the program at Wisconsin of being able to dominate the lineup. Frightened Line of scrimmage and search dominant. Now you have carried. This is what the critics are going to say. I mean he's a workhorse. He carried the ball three hundred times last couple of years. You know running backs. Theo dominator on him on. We're worried about that. What do you say to the critics who say carry ball too much so I mean I think you mentioned it earlier in the introduction? Not only have not missed a game. And I haven't missed a practice at all in my three years at the University of injury and And you Kinda Kinda say pick your poison you know you obtain these among the certain amount of yards and you know you have these carries which you say would you rather have had less yards last supper career So you Kinda have to pick your poison but like I like I said I haven't missed a practice or a game at all my three years injury your I went back and looked at. You weren't a pass receiving target early last year. It felt like Wisconsin wanted to get you more into the passing game. Last year is that does that is that right. That's definitely true A lot of people think that you know I had to work on. You know catching a ball and you know to get better. Ed was my lack of ability. When you think it Wisconsin football you think of power you get you get your back out in space. They can place the air coach. Chris made a conscious effort to put that. In this game to allow me to showcase that so you know Kudos the coach. Chris and I think it definitely opened up a lot of different Assets and. There's a lot of different players in the game by being able to do that. Jonathan Taylor Great Wisconsin running back Just a terrific college career. Typical Badger toughest four dollar steak. They're all tough up there early March. If I recall in early March you did. Did you have a Pro Day? You know before the virus Kinda hit. The Nation did did anybody. What kind of situation did you have an early March? Did you work out for some people? Yes so I had. I had a pro day march eleventh. Which was a week after the combine and I could time. It was kind of a a quick turnaround. You're like I prepare for the combine and then you turn around you happen to prep for pro day and now that you look back on it like. I'm thankful that I had such a early pro day. So that I was able to get that in and showcase me catching the ball again but I'm just I feel for the guys who didn't get invited to combine and we're banking on Pro Day. That had them cancelled so. I'm grateful I was able to attend to combine an pro. Give me a little bit about your background. High School. Parents seem really incredibly grounded. When did you fall in love with football so I really started to fall in love with Footba my sophomore year of high school so I originally started playing football? Because of my cousin my cousin he would always come outside and play with us when we were younger. A little bit before six eight and then eventually that stop around sixth grade. He would always say he couldn't come outside. Because you had to play. He had to go to football practice. So eventually I asked my mom to sign up and one thing led to another after getting putting your but a couple of times and then asking the coach trying to find different ways to to get better so that doesn't happen and then once I hit high school you know the game just growing me. The competition the work that it takes to become great. And that's really how it got started so people can interview you for eighteen minutes at the combine. How many interviews did you? I'm sure you did very well with them. How many did you have? I probably had about twenty formal formal interview. I'll Gosh I mean. Luckily they broke them up into you know the couple of days we were there. I mean I know some guys had a box them in one day so that was pretty good. Lord like twenty interviews. That would just what were their teams. You don't have to be specific. We're there are teams. That were really organized and then teams. That were weird during the interviews teams. Who when you got when you walk in there where there was everyone sitting there. Gm head coach opposition codes. Asking you about your background and then go over a little bit of film or You know some of these teams that they run then. There were some teams where it wasn't someone needing discussion. It was the. Oc would ask a question and then the college director scouting behind you answered question and you know. I think they just tried to do that to see you. Know how? Would you respond to that? Just the Jumbo. Cleanup people ask questions from different areas of the room. So is there anybody like famous? Like did you ever go to the Patriots and Belichick ask anything so I didn't get to speak to the Patriots but I didn't get to meet Pete Carroll which which is cool. 'cause he's one of those he's one of those coaches that you know you always on TV and you're like man. He seems like a great person. She cared about his players. And you know I definitely get that vibe from him at the combine so when you when you talk to teams and now you've had this great career so now in forty five six days you're going to be drafted in the NFL. Argue Jonathan Nervous. Are you anxious? Like where's your mind at right now? Really anxious to see where I go. You go to college and you somewhat have a choice because golfers and it's really your decision so you really anxious to see you know. Where are you going to spend the next two years of your life that you really? It's kind of the beginning of your adult life. You know you go to college and that's where you kind of grow up and are on your own. But now it's like you're a professional now and you WanNa know where you're GonNa Start..

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"jonathan nervous" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan nervous" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"What we have I don't think that's crazy you turned us from the early morning to the afternoon this show is different in the evenings and late night you know what we have you will get the best sports talk twenty four seven you gotta understand that you are all set to go what foxsports radio is that her with calling hours from Los Angeles just like to say thank you the response has been overwhelming it's been amazing and people say that enough in our business and we're back now interesting numbers on the Stanford antibody testing is out for fifty times fifty plus times the estimate of confirmed active cases which means the death rate is far lower than suspected so that's some good news today Jonathan Taylor is my favorite running back in the draft and I've said this during the season if you like this I can't say kwon Barkley then you can't not like Jonathan Taylor who's actually faster the kid is just tough as nails he never missed a game in three seasons at Wisconsin he forced two hundred and twenty missed tackles since twenty seventeen that's the most in college football and the kid is a track speed he is a complete burner and it was constant he gets tough yards and played in tough weather there's just nothing I don't like about him I think he and Michael Pittman at USC are really under rated guys in this draft for me and what do I know I'm just a loud mouth on radio but Jonathan Taylor is joining us first of all I watched a lot of you in college there is some about Wisconsin guys Jonathan you're tougher up there I don't know if the beer is brought to the cold weather but you got it's a football program that develops tough guys why well character it starts in the weight room I think that's where everything starts that you gotta have a right mindset in order to obtain new goals whether you wanna you know left banks are here we want to swap every year because of that mind saying this is training process that we go through in order to get us mentally and physically prepare for the season and then it translates over into the queue you understand that you put that work in Iraq the entire offseason now you wanted to come the of life on the field that you know when I first heard about you people say he's a track guy and I'm like I don't know if I like track guys playing football then I watched you it was a gun show you were all jacked up and I'm like oh my god he just runs over people most track guys bart as physical as you are it is almost if you take pride in not just out running people but running over them to take me into your mind set on that yes so really it all depends on the situation when you're on the field you know you watch family guy so you know if a guy is is a is a short track or you know if a guy likes to tackle you know guide shock waves in contact and in your mind you know that you're you're ready to go around and you're ready to go from your ready run past them and you're really ready to use every tool in your toolbox in order to get past that defender so but you definitely didn't take pride for from the other program at Wisconsin of being able to dominate the line up front the line of scrimmage and researcher dominance now you have carried this is what the critics are going to say I mean he's a work horse she carried the ball three hundred times last couple of years yeah running backs the O. odometer on him I'm more worried about that what do you say to the critics who say you've carried the ball too much but really I mean I think you mentioned that earlier in the introduction not only have I not missed a game I haven't missed a practice at all in my three years at the university to answering and and you kind of kind of a pick your poison you know you're paying these amounts there are some other yards and you know you have these Kerry's R. woods but you say would you rather have it have me less or more yards west of a career so you cannot because you're for them but like I like I said I I haven't missed a practice or game at all my three years good injury your first I went back and looked it you do work ugh a pass receiving target early last year it felt like Wisconsin wanted to get you more into the passing game last year is that does that is that right yeah that's definitely true but not a lot of people think that no I had to work on you know catching the ball and you know to get better at was my lack of ability we did Wisconsin football you think of power or gas you know we think again you're back out in space taking place in the air and coach Chris made a constant effort so that in the scheme to allow me to showcase that so you know kudos to coach Chris and I think it definitely opened up a lot of different aspects you're not a different players in the game by being able to do that Jonathan Taylor great Wisconsin running back just a terrific college career typical badger it tough is a four dollar steak they're all tough up there you had a early March if I recall in early March you did that did you have a pro date you you I know before the virus you know kind of hit the nation did did anybody would what what what kind of situation do you have an early March did you work out for some people yes so I had I had a pro day March eleventh would trigger a week after the combine and if you combine it was kind of a quick turn around you're like I could go for the combine and then you turn around you have several pro day and not if you look back on a flight I'm thankful that I had a clutch early Friday for that I was able to get that and showcase me catching the ball again but I just feel I feel pretty guys who didn't get invited to the combine and we're banking on pro day I haven't canceled some great while they able to attend the combine and pro day give me a little bit about your background high school parents I mean you seem really incredibly grounded when did you fall in love with football so I really started to fall in love with football my sophomore year of high school so I recently started playing football all because of my my cousin my cousin he would always come outside and play with us when we were younger little bit before sixth grade and then eventually that stop around six great he would always say you can come outside because you had to play you have to go to football practice so obviously I asked my mom to sign up and then one thing led to another after get input on your bottom line today S. gonna close trying to find different ways to get better so that doesn't happen and then the once I hit high school you know the games is growing the the competition the work that it takes to become great and that's really how I got started so people can interview you for eighteen minutes at the combine how many interviews did you I'm sure you did very well with them how many did you have I have probably had about twenty formal formal interview all gosh I mean luckily they broke about and so you know there are a couple days we were there I mean I know some guys had a ball club in one day so that was pretty good oh my lord D. twenty interviews that would just eat what were their teams you don't have to be specific where their teams that were really organized in in teams that were weird during the interviews yes there were teams when you got when you walk in there were there was everyone's energy M. head coach a position coach asking about your background and then go over a little bit of sale more you know some of the schemes that they run then there were some teams where it wasn't someone needed discussion it was the she would ask a question and then the college director of college scouting behind you ask your question and you know I think they decide to do that to see you know how would you respond to that just a jumble enough people asking questions from different areas of the room so is there anybody like famous like did you ever go to the patriots and Bella check ask anything so I I didn't get to speak through the the patriots but I I didn't get to meet Pete Carroll which which of course could be one of those coaches that you know you always you know keeping alive man he seems like a great person to like you really cared about his players and not that we did get that vibe from him at the combine so easy when you're when you talk to teams and now you've had this great career so now in four to five six days your going to be drafted in the NFL are you Jonathan nervous are you anxious like where's your mind that right now really anxious to see where I go you know you go to college and you somewhat have a choice because you know you have to different offers and it's really your decision so you're really anxious to see you know where you're going to spend the next two years of your life really it's kind of the beginning of your adult life you know you go to college and you know that's where you kind of grow up in all on your own but now it's like you're a professional now and you want to know where you're going to start your life over at really yeah Wisconsin football camp Randall is crazy it's it's hard to explain I've been there a couple times it's hard to explain to people that haven't been to Wisconsin now when you go to Wisconsin it's cold and they drink a lot of beer how did you love it did you love at first sight I love you notice at first sight I hope I got that feel that college town bill it wasn't like a huge city feel like New York where with endless but it definitely was an area where it was full of life but also you can build that community bye you know if people matters aren't wearing a green and yellow there were red or white yeah well you you're I just I just think you're gonna be a great pro I think you have the right attitude and don't listen to anybody running backs have value and you do and I wish you the best of luck you you obviously have been incredibly prepared for this and I thank you for joining our show no thank you so much I appreciate you having me on all right Jonathan Taylor we're trying to bring on you know occasionally bring a kid on a show every couple days the players I ready Finkel pop I mean when you listen to the.

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"jonathan nervous" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan nervous" Discussed on Beyond!

"Twenty eight yes. I'm bringing the energy from the beginning so WANNA quieter at the end of the show. People don't mind I'm your host Jonathan Nervous of weekly playstation Asian. Show here celebrating our wonderful six hundred twenty eighth episode with a star studded cast. If I'm reading the show correctly I start with the person to my right Mexico. Bill you startled me just trying to keep you on your toes. Heavens also here at Rhino town of beyond there. We go and Tom Robbery marks because he's currently investigating a robbery in the office. Low of a tail. Yeah missing tale from a statue. Don't blow up the investigation. There's a tale missing from somebody and it's it's a long story on and off. It's it's it's a whole ordeal. Yeah bulletin stealing a statue tail sift the Great Wolf from dark souls. Somebody's still put it back and then they take it away again. It's driving me. It's a long con. We're pleased to work also. According to the Russia we have crank gets. Let's McDougal cutty. Is that correct. Yeah okay or cheese lawn puffer Kevin Smell Mente Taki Corcoran and Murphy. What about Phil mccracken Padma Grind. With every time they called in sick Before we start the show I did want to say thank you to everyone who wrote in On last week's show we put out a call for a new segment that we WANNA do highlighting some smaller details and games that we all love and so many of you wrote in. We seriously got dozens of responses as soon as the episode was that we were getting responses in which is incredible because it should take you at least an hour to listen to the show but thank you to everyone who wrote in. We'll definitely be reading a few of those for the end of this week. Show so stay tuned for those and continue right those and we'll get all the information of how to do that and do on a pulpit comment. I'm GonNa pull that up later in the show as well because I wanted to start off with a few bigger sort of topics that we could discuss for the week. Obviously playstation five news still hasn't happened. We still don't know when it's happening. We've got nothing to talk about so there would probably be speculation all of this but the first thing I did want to talk about is something we know is actually happening. Happening soon. Is Dreams is launching on Feb fourteenth and before dreams is in its full release. Obviously it was an early access for I think roughly about maybe eight nine months or so since early last year. End In to celebrate everything that's happened in the game. So far media molecule put on in award show the first annual. MP Awards this happened. I believe last week is when they hosted hosted these or earlier. This week I fold name choice. It will be. It's the character in the game but yes it probably brings to mind some out yet. Everyone's favorite game were. You make your own character I would love to have entered. That contest is not out yet. yes this is obviously for everyone who's been creating in early access and so I just wanted to briefly bring this up because has obviously as we're getting into dreams full release will be talking about it more but The categories included most helpful dreamer which went to neon the coder best curator the underscore community star project genesis most improved dreamer SD RU and Lodhi underscore double best visuals. Also outposts sixty best voice. Acting Celts beat Jones. or Go back with us. What was the for the for the role of it doesn't say the role? Oh Oh thank you. Sheriff dog in pig detective to that that was a classic role. I cannot wait to play trips us that you guys played pick detective one no. It's all Choi Baker which was amazing but for this guy to come along and take troy's place. Yeah it's impressive. That's I mean that's no small. Excuse excuse me Kelvin. Jones is now taking over on retro replay for Troy. That's true take all of his work The other Troy's doing pretty well The other the things that were nominated there if I may the performances where they came from opposite day five computer voices collection pick detective Halloween special and which he would i. I love dreams so much. I gotTa Watch this Best character was Frederick. The Fox from Cody Barry. Three three who beat out ruckus anesthesia. The Messenger mayuge Roger Roger White Beard and Bo mazing. That impey wasn't very scary. Favourite countries look hung up on opposite day. Five if you watch opposite one through four you'll understand. Favourite Streamer was project genesis. The AW award for cutest thing is color with crayons funniest creation which she woods best Song Rivera daylight best sculpture. The collector to best animation by duet and creator of the year was slur. Learn Mackenzie also best gameplay cubic by the underscore Burger van and there are about another half dozen more awards which which is all to say. It isn't saying how much has been created and dreams and the game isn't even officially yet. Yeah I know we haven't really gone a ton hands on in the office within outside kind of those of us who've played a little bit of early access but I think something we've all had an ion maritime accretion pops up on our feet or like how did so and put together. It's kind of how have you felt all about like sort of the pre release version of dreams of it. The way it's been. I think the community was doing which was trying to make the most realistic or just the best English breakfast in dreams. Oh yeah and it was some of the most it looked like final fantasy. Fifteen food beans on toast and sausage and bangers and Mash and all that stuff so what I love about that as it's very art school where like a teacher comes in and gives an assignment to the class and then everybody has a different interpretation of it like we got assignments that all the time and in art school where they would be like. Hey Go home and draw the devil in some people would be like they'd rather dad and other guy withdrawal like a literal devil then people withdrawal like the like the New York City. It'd be like wow. What are you trying to say there and they'd be like I'm trying to say that I painted this for a different class? But I'm double dipping. I mean it makes sense. That man was me. Did you paint New York. City is the devil yes and passed and now I'm here her to make you to governor but no it is interesting as this thing of I was thinking about it before we start recording. The show dreams was announced with the. ps four this has been part of the PS floors lifecycles. Since it's revealed that's insane in some form or another and it was all these. Ps Four uh-huh dreams Beta is on the way dreams releases on the way and we kept getting these delay stories. The laser is actually here. This is the first major AAA sort of first party exclusive for the PS four. This year and I was I was Razan those awards a little bit but at the same time I do think it's super cool. Eight of media molecule to honor its fan base in the fact act that they're really making the effort to not you know it's not just like here's our favorite thing. It's a bunch of different things in some very real categories is very very cool to me and it also also I think goes to show the scope. What's impressed me in this early access period? Is that the quality of work has improved so much not just the game image proved but like what people can make with it and it's also proven how varied things can be right. You Have Sculpture Song Game. There are all all.

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