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"klatt" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Klatt voice of college football fox. You know i wanna zone in on. Ucla's winner for lsu and and i remember How disappointed at orange. Ron was when he was overlooked at usc. I had said at the time. I talked to a usc administrator. And they had said we just don't know if he fits for five years. I've always thought of him as an elite position coach. A good coordinator. But i don't view him as a top ten program head coach long-term although i do think it shows the the town of joe borough joe berle made a lot of people's jobs ways eared lsu. But when i watched that game we know. lsu has probably more five star talent than ucla. Ucla has been maybe v six in pac. Twelve recruiting so far for kelly. When you watch that game. I mean i was really taken back no ucla. I think had ten seniors on defense. It's an twenty two twenty three year old kids. But i was really taken back. By the line of scrimmage that i thought ucla on consistently one and it's not for lack of talent at lsu that big bodies everywhere. That's what jumped out to me. Is that the schematics of chip is at the age. The returning starters. What did you make of the line of scrimmage in that game or ucla. Control the biggest difference for ucla. Any years you know and and ship has been doing this now. This you know we talk about some guys are like oh they got to come in and build a program. We all want it to happen quicker than it really can in particular when you're taking over program like ucla at the point in which she took it over and if quickly he had to tear a lot of things down in order to rebuild them at ucla. And i think you know what i'm talking about your pets enough gibb. You and i have had those long conversation with chip. And i don't want to get into the details. But there were times early in his tenure there where they had fifty six fifty seven. Scholarship players announce his choice. It was a sanctions. It was it was him kind of tearing down the program in order to rebuild it in the fashion in which he needed to want him. Okay in a lot of that was cultural. In terms of the culture he wanted to implement and bill A lot of it was chemistry style of things but then a lot of it also was like this style of player that he wanted in the in the style of.
"klatt" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"To prime cuts the best of the colin coward. Podcast let me just say this is a good week. Joel klatt on really interesting thoughts on. Ucla football upset of the week in college. Football right peyton. Manning may been the best podcast. We've ever done. Nick right my favorite nick right interview ever. This is a really good prime cuts. Okay this is like a steakhouse. This'll be the best seventy dollar fillet. Okay i'm here with peyton and eli manning. Both number one picks both two time superbowl champs both have been recruited heavily to join the broadcast world. Peyton i want to start with. You was at the success of soup with coop. The lead you to believe this broadcasting thing would work for you without a doubt that just Solidified everything that. I thought If you can have a show involving suit a that tells you there's there's a future there and you help them up mean. I've always people that text me. Hey i'm doing soup with. But i'm like like why are you telling me like. What are you apologizing to me graduate. You sure what that means. I mean he lied. I haven't even been asked to be all super coup a little altar right. Yeah are you have to anybody lot. I guess he knows. I don't really like soup. That much bad yup. It's interesting because pay nio is. It was very obvious you did a lot of commercials. You were funny. Ira by knew that the that you have a lot of options eli is the derek jeter of new york football he he. Now he's suddenly chris rock. We had no idea until he retired. He's the funniest guy in the world. So gimme a back story. I didn't think of eli is broadcast guy. I thought of you is broadcast guy. Are you a little surprised that eli is now doing a standup at on weekends. He's like mr funny guy suddenly is free. It's free to get him. See live comedy. You don't have to pay any. Actually they say you to come in and listen you know. I think. I think he will probably both tell you that what we're doing kala. I'm not sure what it is about what to call it. But it's not. It's not your typical broadcast. You know critique if you will it's at least in my mind maybe his line myself. But i kind of see it as two brothers watching an nfl game at a bar in the viewer is watching it with us. And we're watching it as a fan right. I mean you may use the word ambassador but really as a fan. I mean i. I love watching football. I mean since. I stopped playing by. Sit out. you're not gonna wanna watch football. You gonna miss it too much. Not true got to do it for a long time. I love the fact that i got to play it. And now i'm a fan. I like watching. Mahomes play just like i used to like watching far play. I like watching josh allen play so they defend that. I get to watch a monday night game with my brother that i haven't done since..
"klatt" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
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"klatt" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Little bit of a turnstile at quarterback but they all win so he's doing something right. Let's bring in joel. Klatt voice a college football fox. I did think joel it was interesting yesterday. The starting quarterback for ohio state. Clemson georgia alabama are all california kids and the starting quarterbacks for ucla from nevada and us from arizona. Part of me thinks boy. We've we've left some talent. Leave the state. I do want to say this. I watched bryce young in high school. And i don't know how i don't really care about the sunday part of his game. He's not a big kid but somebody told me some years ago about pro athletes. They said the great ones are easy to spot. Because it's so easy. The game looks easy. And i can remember watching michael jordan and sitting with a friend on the couch going. The league is full of six six guys. They're all big with big hands and can jump. Why does he make it look so easy. Anybody do that. And i watched bryce young yesterday. Joel just the feet in the arm. And i'm like. Oh god just it's his first game. No jitters. I was taken back by how effortless it looked. It's so fascinating you bring up bryce specifically but in a sense alabama right And this is what. I've had these conversations so my buddies you can imagine the text chains as soon as the football season. Start on old teammates. You know like other. Broadcasters were just firing away like what is it that makes Alabama team that always comes out and it doesn't look it doesn't look hard for alabama can just be their talent because other teams have recruited at that level. You know like why. Why do they come out and make it. Look so easy as it just because of of nick sabin and i think you know in you're asking more specifically about bryce but i think it it also. I think we underestimate how difficult it is to practice. And win any job at alabama right so like i bet you colin while i this i notice to be a fact. Saturday's game against miami was easier for bryce yom winning the job right like playing his defense in spring or encamped before your Mode and actually prepping for the defense like what he seat when he has to play against. It's easier than playing against miami pictures or cleaner against miami. The pressure is not quite as fierce fierce against miami. So i think he just looks way more comfortable did allow the other guys that are making for starts around the country and so you're like what makes it different for bryce young will. It could be the environment that he's in you know and ensure there's some of that that that is just him. There's no doubt there's other guys like that around the country. But i think we could underestimate. Just how difficult it is to win any starting job in alabama and that might be why they will out there and they never have that flop early in the year in you think outside of the national championship game against warrants couple years ago. Can you think of a time when you just felt like bamut did show again. I can't think of and other programs like it happens once a year twice a year. You know. I mean how this workshops About me. oh you owe us a great example this same to too early. Last year they were thirty. Five fourteen on kansas state ended up losing that ballgame and they get up big onto lane and the disconnect like. Let them come back stuff. Like that. doesn't happen at alabama. I think a lot of it is the environment that creates and how difficult their practices are the high standard by which you have to play every single day just to be a starter and i think that believes into the game. You know I wanna zone in on ucla's win over lsu In and i remember How disappointed at ron was when he was overlooked. Usc and i had said at the time. I talked to a us administrator. And they had said we just don't know if he fits for five years. I've always thought of him as an elite position coach. A good coordinator. But i don't view him as a top ten program head coach long-term although i do think it shows the the town of joe borough joe berle made a lot of people's jobs ways eared lsu. But when i watched that game we know. lsu has probably more five star talent than ucla. Ucla has been maybe fifth. Sixth in pac twelve recruiting so far for chip kelly. When you watch that game. I mean i was really taken back. Ucla i think had ten seniors on defense. It's an twenty two twenty three year old kids. But i was really taken back. By the line of scrimmage that i thought ucla consistently one and it's not for lack of talent at lsu that big bodies everywhere. That's what jumped out to me is at the schematics of chip is at the age. The returning starters. What did you make of the line of scrimmage in that game or ucla control it biggest difference for ucla any years you know and and ship has been doing this now. This you know we talk about some guys that like. Oh they got gotta come in and build a program. We all want it to happen quicker than it really can in particular when you're taking over program like ucla at the point in which he took it over and if quickly he had to tear a lot of things down in order to rebuild them at ucla. And i think you know what. I'm talking about your guests enough to chip. You and i had those long conversation with chip and i don't want to get into details but there were times early in his tenure there. They had fifty six fifty seven scholarship players and that was his choice. It was sanctions. It was it was him kind of tearing down the program in order to rebuild it in the fashion in which he needed to wanting okay in a lot of that was cultural. In terms of the culture he wanted to implement and bill A lot of it was chemistry style of things but then a lot of it also was like the style player that you wanted in the in the style of team that you wanted and now we're starting to version of that it just show you like if you're really gonna do that and tear something down. You need two things in in abundance patients and from from the administration and then time in order to do that and he's had it. Okay so now we get to this point. He's built this team back door. Now they do not one hundred sixteen guys up there in practice. Not just seventy eight. They do have their full complement. Scholarship players out there so there deeper and this is what i think is interesting is that i was texting with some people. Not only fans got a neighbor. Who's a big ucla fan And and also people that are around the program more closely than just a fan and they were at the rose bowl and i started getting tax yesterday on the plane coming all and it was all the people and gone. You know they were all saying they're all we didn't realize. Ucla was this big. They got out there. I think they were surprised with what they saw. They thought they were coming out there to see on this middling tax wealth program in a conference doesn't have a log great line play and that they were gonna come out there and bully. Ucla they rolled out there for warm ups and looked over there. And they're like. Oh wow this is not what we expect. I got that text from a few different people. One very close within the program. They thought any He was like this is. This is a little scary. They're real over there and it's it's what you're talking about. Not just the athletes. It was the line plays the size of the line is the physicality of the line. And you're right. You know it really. Wasn't that close and i thought that in fairness to him if dorian thompson robinson is a little more efficient i think. Ucla alica put up. Forty five or fifty. I feel the same way. Yeah in in. Because it wasn't that close right like ls ucla was going to win that game..
"klatt" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Get a little too comfortable in their cubicle. Sometimes that was the time around. Two thousand fifteen were thinks were different in detroit. There was a lot of effort on a local level. But also the whole michigan state was looking for what is michigan and the power and the rust belt of the northern establishment. Where is that in ten twenty thirty years with technology at the horizon of the electrification of vertical takeoff and landing vehicles of the autonomous drive. And i said. I want to go to the cottage for creative studies to make designers with the ability to dream. I wanna make them and educate them as inventors and that was my take on reinventing the in sharing this new program i- branded as the designer as inventor. I got a lot of support from the dean john. Healey everybody at the time just to roll this out. I was recruiting international talent. From india. Korea from china at a lot of those students and taught myself about branding about haram ended is to have a strategy the business aspect of every stroke. You do so. It's just awesome. But then one day i get a call from the new. Ceo of karma automotive. Tom corcoran and he said i alex. I'm the new. Ceo here was fisker. And i heard that you are the hero here. Can you imagine to come back and aside. Tom i mean i really like it here. But i never really wanted to leave scotto motive. We had so much going on. We wanted to continue. And i had to leave so coming back is actually continuing dri. My head and i spoke with my leader said ccs. And i apologize but it just brought me back to what i started. I wanted to finish it. And so i did. And we worked on a complete new electric vehicle platform with several derivatives of kind so it was really not a platform as wasn't architecture. I recruited some german talent out of the engineering world to it to help me to convince. American platform thinkers in the engineering world. About what an architecture means. Because that's the difference and so we did and we crunched away. I think what three four years and had beautiful design. Ma we head off out and seeding bugs and really understood this up until tom corcoran retired and new. Ceo came from china and he had completely different plants. You wanted to have a partnership with pininfarina. And he said. I don't get the money from the owners to create this all new platform architecture. What you guys are working on. And he offered me money to buy me out. Basically to that. I move on and i said oh well if that's now what the strategy is going to be. Let me go back into my consulting business. Took the money rejuvenated. My consulting and the context avenue started back sharing what i learned over thirty years. Well i think you probably be the right move to not just from a personal satisfaction standpoint. Because obviously you wouldn't be where you are now and we wouldn't be here talking about the full minia if you hadn't made that move. I can't imagine a brand being in better hands with more inspired minds behind it than yours and franko and some of the great partners you have to make automobile streaming or reality. thanks drove. this is awesome. Thanks.
"klatt" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Was that robot behind the rear seats on the came up on the s. l. Five hundred back when s l was the first one was the second one for the e. class for the seattle k generation because it had to be more simple had to be cheaper of course and and and and so thinking it through from mercedes benz safety engineer versus young mechanical engineer. Who just think through. It doesn't apply all mercedes. Knowledge came up with a very simple solution by understanding what actually matters in that system and it mattered that in a blink of second full menia fast. This roll over bar has to shoot up as high as possible behind the rockets as is possible and locking that was the requirement and i understood so okay so it doesn't really matter how gets as long. It's as fast as possible. The mercedes engineers saw like oh it has to be highly precise guidances up there and it has to be shot up there manufactured in highly hand work now so this went all the wrong way. I had huge gaps and tolerance. Is i just shot this thing. It was pressed like like body. Parts was quite cheap in my patent. They liked the kept the for generations. So that's my starting point was mercedes. My heart was beating for. Bmw a love the pioneering spirit from the old fritz of doing engines for motorcycles and airplanes and cars at some point this reinventing the company because of certain existential needs. I got an opportunity to support a studio engineer. The interior design team and as obvious as it sounds. It wasn't because i saw like interior. Our right yeh drive my car. There's an there's just an orange crate with a pillow on it that you sit on till then my whole thinking even building our c. models it was always the outer experience the components assistance which could package inside and yeah in a car there several people in there and maybe they bring the luggage but that was my interior thinking and then i learned how beautiful the work in tears. The manufacturing techniques the economics and bmw at the time known for all their cockpit their reach ability every every element so it was just fascinating as an engineer. So i met with about one hundred engineers there to talk to them about how they do this and that and stuff and while i was doing the studio engineering work on supporting the designers. My boss thomas platt. He saw that. There is some energy in me. And i wanted to do more. I wasn't just satisfied with student. Wanted to design automobiles and style them so he gave me the chance out of competition to create a model clay model of full scale. Clay model of the dashboard. The doors in the center console for the next three series at the time. And i was for the forty six three series. And how odds wanted. I won the competition and thomas plots so alex stone think that you wanted and that's done now now your challenge starts right now and i said wait a second. I mean do for nine months nothing different than working in presentation to the board in the proves and changes. Whatever you want. I thought i'm done now. No no no no no because now hundred engineers would tell you that it's not working. It's gonna be expensive. We cannot do this like this their suppliers. There's all of this. And i said wha- and then my former boss peter ruts from the student engineering. He told me. I have a studio engineer. You just made it into the design world. Us studio engineer. You're the designer. You just don't need a stew engineer. You just talk directly with engineers and sit in the media. Select okay and i did. So i worked with so many people. And that's why the messages. I like to work with a lot of people from different backgrounds. The interior designer is the only one who thinks about every little element in an interior from the radio button over the dashboard. Top surface about the ambient lighting pipe. The loud speaker grilles in the parcel shelf. The seat stitching the comfort of the backrest and i didn't know this because i was so full but one engineer told me this one's alex. I think you the only one who composes all of this. And i said like you're right. And the exterior designed part of it is a very small group of individuals doing so i learned. I like to work with a lot of people from different backgrounds. And from then on. Wherever i was i like to cooperate like to collaborate and to invent together crisp angled supported me and my next step to go to california to design works because he has the authority or he had the authority. What's going on design works but not as a designer but as a team leader on the engineering on the engineering total vehicle architecture. I recruited in germany. Some advanced engineers out of different disciplines and motivated them to join me to create a skunkworks in california to new breeds of electric vehicles for the future. And of course now we see that today with. Bmw's i three. And the i eight. Which of course there. I sort of wild sports car in that arena. We created crazy. Prototypes here about leaning vehicles. Because remember bmw the moto mature at the the motorbike brands. I absolutely remember that and car brand. And they acquired the mini brand so in terms of brand and learned a lot about the brand identity into design specifically for brand like for example. W very clear in bmw. The leaders make. It was dr rights at the time he said like the mini cannot be the smallest. Bmw looking like a bmw and the rolls royce cannot be the largest bmw has to be outside. So you guys need to figure this out what that means. And i was part of it figuring it out what the perception and what. The qualities are office specific brand. I recruited several individuals but it needed to be very small agile team and operation and then we created several. Remember the beautiful sunset. The fiscus son said the fiscus surf which was like a shooting brag on the same platform and then the atlantic the atlantic was basically the next best progressive step of an automobile and it was more focused in the price range around seventy thousand dollars and you know what the tesla model s going to be potentially to to hold against ilan and so it was just awesome. We would just hendrick hendrick just that backbone of supporting any idea and design designer from company. I mean what do you want more. And new american brand styling driven and we'd just dreaming the dream until it was done was reasons why couldn't continue. And that brought me to detroit to the mecca of automotive industry in america and i realized that maybe the better place to reinvent the automobile. Because you have all those international players of suppliers there. You have so much competent. Talented individuals in all levels of engineering marketing. Branding design everything. And so i dreamed of going to college for creative. Studies is just almost a different level of making an impact. Then if i would have joined stewart and japhet you know we talked and they hated that i went there because it was lecturing at the time at arts center. Also is that right. Read give you ration for that. Oh yes balls jeff. Jeff stewart's like acts. What do we need to do to keep. You cannot go to cca. Well guys. i let me just take this as an opportunity and then let's collaborate. I mean this. American design education elaborate by. Why can't we do something together. And yes detroit needed that infusion because the biggest challenge detroit as you know people that.
"klatt" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"On a twelve lender high output twelve hundred and And all of this which reminds me always on a predator a dinosaur like tiger or this fear of what it does to our perception. We're going to miss it with electric cars. And i said like no. We don't have to. We have to develop an audio we did. This with franco was henry. We gave the karma. Its own distinct sound signature. The audio sound. Remember when you're in the dark and you don't know your traffic light and the car pulls up you here. It's a comedy after. Look so this identity. We will four minya and for all of our cars. We will create an audience signature. We were the first now. Everybody's talking about and bmw on everybody to do their sound exploration that you skin gets chilled by. Oh my god tree. He killed that. Oh my god where the predators from the past are still great in love them when they were analog instruments the needle going up and down and unwrapping that was cool but with a display. You can create graphic art and motion graphic what you cannot do with an analog display and so if you replicate only the graphic offer dumb speedo it's not authentic and it's just limited and it's dumb but if you create in a way that it's a wonder in front of it like oh my god look at how that's what you can do with g four's and speed and recuperative energy when that becomes entertaining and yes i live in hollywood and yes i know. Sometimes it goes to but that's the beauty what we're looking for exciting. Automobiles live to have a relationship. You spent the money to have a relationship with that beast. And that's what we create a relationship. I tell ya anne. And i'm making the whole team in other bob vila streamer nervous right now. I wanna bring clutch shifting with the hand. I wanna have the left foot and the right hand back active with electric power and they looked out or you want to do it. We don't need it as like what i wanted for the relationship because when i drive my five fifty purchase spider. I don't do my emails or texts. Look it when. I drive a car my did i made my emails already before i was back at the headquarter but with five fifty. No i don't have the time to look. And i need to shave the manual and i have the sound in its open and it's just like we wanna do this back and that's why i talked about the romance of the automobile. The elegance the sensation the balance the perception we have six census in us. Since the motion sensor of how our body gets accelerated. I think i'm the only one saying this. But how cool is it to work in creation to stimulate constructed to all six senses in a new way pulled out of that thought. We'll be right back after a short break. Welcome to life done better. Listen to the weekly episodes where supermodel and health coach. Jill d. young talks to some of the world's most inspiring women in health and wellness. It's the place for all the unicorns. Strive to create a life on their own terms. Join us to explore. Discover and create a life done better together. Listen and subscribe from kurt co media media for your mind. Welcome back cars that matter. Let's pick up where we left off this. Authenticity is really something that i want to remark on a gin. You're starting with a blank slate. Your created a car that i mean. Let's not beat around the bush. I mean the elephant in the room is the fact that this is a two thousand forty horse power vehicle or at least equivalent in terms of its battery output. It'll do two hundred miles an hour in less than ten seconds you a range about three hundred twenty five miles and by the way it will cost well over two million dollars which i guess is the price of entry for any so called hypercard these days. We imagine that technology would trickle down as you guys start to design some offshoots a little baby brothers and sisters through media but it's the authenticity that it started life as an ev. And i see challenges faced by obviously the other companies. That end i for a lamborghini. I mean they're known for v twelve score ten or a v eight if you have to. It's really a veto concepts. And certainly they're going to be authentic to their mission of super high-performance and they'll always be ferrario. Always be for our. it'll ever getting always be a lambruschini but it won't be a v twelve ferrari and it won't be v twelve lamborghini and therein lies the challenge. How do you really remain authentic when the da eighties much overused term is in fact essence of your engine. Drive train. but you're authentic because you're starting from scratch and by the way you're developing a one to one scale slot car which is about as exciting as you can drive just based on its list drink performance. What are we gonna see this car actually come to market and how many guys plan to build. Franco has a relation to the number sixty one because it's his first year and he said in it's so funny he always like no it should be What about sixty one more he says like. Oh should we have like a signature series or someone says in the team. Like what about signature series. And it's always like this zorrozua paintings of his like all right. Let's make six plus one and then it's well that would be seven. No six plus one. He's funny we will do sixty one. The sixty one the number sixty one will be his because also in the karma. He has a signature series and engraved in the interior on. The glass. plate is a number sixty one for franken. He knew it at the beginning when he invested. So that's his relation so we're gonna build sixty one. We already think of what other. I'm out of this world. We all out of this world. What else could we do. But and this is the cool part in our team. Each of us is extremely thinking in the engineering world in the battery world in the operational world. Who work together with roberto and franco in figuring out who should be partner with us in. How can we form a partnership. So it's awesome. We've really with the engineering was paul. We really see. We excited about a laboratory. So automotive alias. Tremor is maybe an hollywood movie like like this crazy professors in a lab. Which half of the time almost kill themselves experimenting and so we are gonna we will create prototypes for the purpose of understanding the crazy ideas. We have in our heads in our hearts. We will all gonna make sure we're too long this to not kill ourselves in this. But that's why i said. The club shifting of two thousand horsepower. We need to figure out what that is but we leave. There is some crazy with it. And it's so extreme that we wanna do it. And we tested in that testing going to discover where maybe there's other types of were other extreme ideas would fit better then into a two seater very fast automobile. There might be others. And i don't want to say too much but we're very open and we're quite experienced crazy so i think it's the laboratory. We excites me the most to research. It's really researching. What's possible three possible. We are not shy to involve high-tech like artificial intelligent incident franco. I think shared in the press conference. The collaboration with a specific company approach is awesome italian. I think his last name is martini. I'm a male alike martini. So this is what stuck in my head but I i wanna meet him mike. I don't know. I don't want to say anything. But he's aweso extreme. He worked on the program. Developed self learning program before neither with nasa. So i wanna say is we are excited pioneers. We are experimental in. This is so different to all this. Oem approach because as we all know all those pearls and jewels of brands from the past our own today by big organizations and architecture of brian's and construction and let me just look at sta lantis and the fallout from that particular holy matrimony of misfits and it seems to be the conclusion because of the investments are getting more and more. It's a high shift into a quite unpredictable. Future was autonomous and who will be. The one who delivers are not and who's a customer really then in all of this but for us we just love to see the scientific application of existing new technology if it comes from a university we don't to do fundamental research but what we do is we do a flight research. And that's why our homeopathic amounts of vehicles we want to give to the fans of ours which say like. I wanna have to have this. We want to share this. So we don't just do it for ourselves and find investors which help us to be extreme. Now we want to also bring them to who the road to the street. Somebody can really have fun with it. And i was since my bmw. And i never really concept cars because you built them and then they go in the basement and nobody wants to touch him. My heart beats for getting it on the road having fun lucid improve at getting a better and make a statement in history and and that's what we do right now with automobiles streamer fool as our first lady back in just a moment here on the map on medicine. Were still practicing. Join dr steven. Tailback and bill kurtis for real conversations with the medical professionals who have their finger on the pulse of healthcare in the modern world. Available on all of your favorite podcasting platforms produced by kirk. Oh media back with alex. Lot on cars that matter. You've done a lot of things. Give us your resume me. Start with my naive idea to get into this world. What is spent now with thirty years in was the idea of. I wanted to create vehicles. I wasn't shy of aerospace or motorcycles or cars or trains or at craft carriers. I was just excited about all of them early. In my growing up hiding away from society. I was building. Radio controlled models like the little artsy models. And i was very hands on and i love the packages of those little reveal models. Glue them together a draw and so it was always hands on in. I like moving. Thanks and at the time. My parents were not allowing me to have a combustion engine in those are see models so thank god it was. The lack of motor was the first battery cells nickel-cadmium cells at the time that brought me to the world of okay. So what am i going to do later. In my life and i wanted to create them and then in germany i had. I did not find any resources remember. There wasn't a computer. And i was engineering. Was machine bowl. Like mechanical engineering. Did not find that. There's anything like industrial design at the time. And i know now today. This was my ignorance but i started mechanical engineering later in my life when i came to california a learned that german engineer. That's something special. I had no idea that this special but it gave me more. I learned more ways of expressing my ideas by drafting them out in three to four views. It didn't matter if it wasn't engine part or a body part in my imagination. I had in my skill of drawing with my hands helped me to think things through and to put them on a white piece of paper and i learnt more more that this special because other colleagues and my professors said like you have a gift. This is very rare. But nobody's was telling me what a real car company is looking for or what the profession is going to be for. Someone like me. And i learned this when i graduated and i wanted to find a job in italy i went to my dad helped me. He spoke italian and he helped me to ring the bell of our tone. And i didn't get the chance to talk with neutral. I met chris bangle first time there. Because i got an. I got a chance to interview with a steeler. Fia padre jeter the jaro. I spoke personally with and he told me i like i see a portfolio. Ceo engineering studies. But you're not really meet and you're not really a fish your something in between our studios to small. When i need a stylus. I call somebody from art center. If i need an engineer i call one of our engineering programs or hire somebody from there so you are in between. You need to go to a large factor. Figure out what you wanna do. I said okay. So let me sent out all my my resumes and serve it. So so the italian dream was kind of melted down or like okay. They're all little studios you know. We should remind them though that Leonardo da vinci was half our staff engineer as well so it is possible for that formula to work out pretty well. Confidence was just there. I came designer. I can draw. i can model. i showed it. I you know. I'm an engineer. Understand more how to draft a body part. And so i was confident i just went in there and i got my first chance to get into my first job which was with no procedure spent and it wasn't sindelsingen. The person i don't know yumbo bore. I remember he hired me and he hired me. Assist studio engineer and i had no idea what stood engineers but it is a group of engineers living in the design studio environment to help the ideas and dreams of designers to translate into engineering language and drawings and patents and whatever so he was alex starting at mercedes benz and you was like. Oh my god mercedes. This is just like the pinnacle and german engineering. And all of this. How do i fit into. This picture was funny. I was lucky. And i got the chance to support the advanced designers which dream about the future and of course a lot of unsolvable problems or ideas. Which just excited me. I wrote actually my first patent at mercedes. Because mercedes will so about writing patents. At the time. I met quite some money over the years. I think it will twenty years eighteen years i made every year round three to four thousand dollars of this patent and the patent was about. I think it was the second patent for mercedes about a rollover protection for convertibles. Right right right the little pop up. Roll bars yeah right. It.
"klatt" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Menia. Who menia okay. I'm glad you of that out for us. Because i'm having visions of launch lia names and of course that's a whole different thing and so the beauty is robert. I wanted to create the logo. And i wanted to create the full menia badge on the side of the name of this and i did it and i throw it back over to roberto. Roberto alito is awesome enthusiasts. He's your oh is that right yes. He has an industrial design background. Engineering background marketing. He's also like all over. Immediate experience was designing and everything is so cool so he points and see certain things on a car. Where i of like oh or i saw it. Also let's just fix it and then he helped me pipe it through and so it's just such a good culture and i love it because not just. I wanted to live and work in italy at the beginning of my career. It seems almost like good. Karma is coming to me that we do this together with chen franco and we do good karma. It is just awesome. It's gratifying to hear creative. Officer get so excited about these whole collaborative endeavors and really. It's all i guess. It is like being the yard solti of the orchestra or whatnot and just conducting all these wonderful things and having an opportunity to really push boundaries and get the very best out of your collaborative efforts. I wrote down a quote. Actually when i was watching the presentation earlier the launch of the car and your ceo franco said everyone is betting on a particular technology but then he said we believe even beauty and that is the common ground. This will be our leitmotif. Now that's gotta be music to your ears. It is and i think franko means it. He invested i a lot of his money into fisker automotive because of his belief and excitement about the beautiful automobile he saw not because of some technology but he believed in the electrification at the time. Nobody really knew what technology what battery. Chemistry will be successful or available. But he believed in beauty at the first place and i think also was the term karma where we always understood is. If you do good things you will be rewarded at some point. I think it is. He really lives it. And i lifted throughout my whole life. Was i kinda and beyond because i really believe in collaboration talking about authenticity in the fact that this is an italian car at least in terms of its ultimate origin. The place it'll be manufactured and motor valley right there you know alongside lamborghini and ferrari and maserati in pagani and name your poison. You know it's interesting yesterday. Lamborghini just announced stephenville on talked about the future of the brand how hybridization and eventually electrification will come very quickly on my way to work today or does announcing their new electric f. One fifty pickup and boy isn't it interesting. How the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle or coming together fast. I don't think any of us would have bet certainly not gambled the farm who years ago even a year ago that automakers would get on board. This mandate so quickly granted. It's all forced by government initiatives and worldwide political pressure and ultimately. It's not a bad thing to have cleaner air. So it's inevitable. But i don't think anybody would have imagined that some of these companies would be embracing the future so quickly you talk about zero sixty. This is like zero to sixty days. They've embraced this. It almost seems and of course. This is exactly what you started out to do from the beginning with automobile stream. You hit the nail on the head. Robert electric propulsion. Like i said is for me. Nothing new and a car designer. In the days when designed the researchers when i started in one thousand nine hundred ninety two working on the new three series which got brought into the market in germany in nineteen ninety eight and by the way i a nine hundred ninety five and three that i just dearly loved to adds. I've got to be of w. fan from the beginning. Nobody knows who buys in nineteen ninety eight that the designers were iq since nineteen ninety-two for six years on their car. So now this product need to run in a family. There's the coupet in the convertible and all this for altogether about ten years at least in the market successfully with life cycle facelift and other things so the designer in one thousand nine hundred ninety two need to make sure that it's still attractive in timeless fifteen years from when he creates it so that's why designers live in the future. We need to live in the future. We need to smell it feel it. We need to perceive the changes which are coming. And that's why we started in bmw really turn to electric beheco understanding in two thousand two with our skunkworks in california because there was the mandate income state of california to collect zero emission points. Nobody knew what the points are if they could trade it in or you got the smart people figure stuff out. But since then it was mandated by california. Very strong that this is the future and we will reward the ones which take on the challenge and we launched in two thousand twelve the conceptual work from an ice retook. Eleven years because bmw cannot make anything wrong they have to go through validation processes and testing and have to come up is that a new brand or they marketed successfully beside of resear- lot to consider and a lot of damage which can happen right. Yes you're right that it's incredible that the oem's and now supercar. Brian's switch over because they have to the technology becomes as light as a combustion engine package with a twelve cylinder high-output with the transmission to it. It is on the weight. Level of how. The heaviest component of the storage system in the electric space is becoming any drinks. We show with solid state battery pack which is cost like as much as a supercar. Today that this is laboratory level we wanna bring the laboratory level of new to people who have the wells who wanna own one of those back in tora. Bugatti days where he said. I don't care. I wanna win. I wanted to have the best and good-looking technology technic constructions to win against the others and he made it and just because how he grew up was influenced by a steady from his dad brother so he made everything he created beautiful and he's one of my biggest. Idols of any machine can look fascinating. Does it have to look like are like an engineer made and this is already a wrong. Turn but i am. An ngo is silly. I see i can say it. I'm part of that community. Like why can't we do it. And i think we're at the edge off the stamp of challenging really twelve cylinders to the ground launched show that a model s. in any cars he shows that modestly challenges all the combustion engine cars to the ground in so many aspects not just an acceleration too so many we recuperate energy and we can use it. What lamborghini recuperating like polluted air or. I don't know when by the way. How many moving parts are in the reciprocating engine versus the powertrain of electric car. And now i give you another.
"klatt" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Expression of what an electric vehicle can be so tell us about your role with the streamer automobilia streaming. Sounds pretty italian to me. And it's very italian and tell you also gian-franco to the first angel investor into fiscal automotive. It had nothing to do with me. Henry and barney curled franko found them and invested. I met him in two thousand eight when he was in detroit. He was there with the launch of the karma. First time that the prototype. And i know him since then so i know him over thirteen years or more and at some point we lost overview. I think on facebook here and there see what the families are doing. But i saw that franco is quite active in finding a team together to start and at some point. Ranko if you want an interior for this dream you doing just let me know. And he said oh alex right like oh my god. How could i forget and we started. Talking and out of the talk was more discussion debate and it was not just designing was building a brand making electric propulsion systems. The core of something strong pushing italy forward being trusted and franco has that reputation over the last fifteen years that he fight for the electric of the world reducing pollution. And he's really a trusted source internationally. And i said like okay. Let's just it in. That started around fall time. October last year where i propose to him a process of how we get through this. And part of this was understanding the brent identity values what that be a style identity with it so a brand identity combined with a stolid entity because think about it was fisk automotive. Hendrick made this beautiful automobile filled into the interior. And that was it and because we all made the decisions it was almost unnecessary to ride a brand identity of what that is because we made the decision. So we're very authentic in that building the brand now with franco. He's very authentic and he's italian. I'm authentic of what i know in what i do but i'm german like you said i'm living in california so far away and so i propose to him. Let's just do this the right way. And with that setup. It needs italian car designers. I don't wanna fake this. In through me i at the leadership so that there will be an excellent automobile execution happening and i would get the styling. Let's start with the concept and so we were start searching for designers in italy and it's of course whether the all their status and we were particular looking for a design house which is not really working in the industry of our movies like not pininfarina water brilliant move because let someone take a bird's eye view it means this designer can get up to twenty thousand feet and see the whole landscape they're not pigeonholed into genera of design or one segment of the design. They can think about all kinds of ideas right and when you think of pin it for rena i love in a for united surgery beckham the days and i talked with mr chompy beckett. The days when i proposed to work with them was of course. It's been a farina. And i love the purity and elegance pena furry always had that style expressions and i'm so driven by authentic brand value so for me it needed to be the spread in the moment you choose one of them. So ito design is now owned by. W i guess still tone. I'd on even know if it's chinese or what happens. It's chinese but it's a ghost of its former self right and pay for rena locked all the main designers to ferrari tension steeler. Because all these guys have come in house. If our audience doesn't know i mean ferrari is in house maserati in the house. Lamborghinis house exactly. So who would you choose. And so we were looking and we found appetite design. I honestly haven't heard from them before. And it was after design is a very small studio around luigi mamola and he works more conceptual concept design like hollywood like movies video games e creates awesome brutal kind of conceptual vehicles. I love when i saw what he was doing it. So like that's the one i wanna work with. And so we read him what we were looking for a he pulled in another designer allesandro fini and both proposed how this is typically in the industry what automobilia streamer product could be. But they didn't really. I'm not even sure at the time. If we are solidly on a name of our brand we want to do this. it's electric. it's a hypercard la la and they started approaching this and we said it has to be italian. It has to look at talent and so they're enthusiastic by themselves. Italian i mean bella makina and every corner and so they started in. We chose alessandra feeney's concept because it was even more conceptual hate always when i say this but it looked like a batmobile is in italian back. It had fins and wings in sharpness stealth fighter swat just unreal. And i said frank. That's it a convinced the team this is it. the name we were like throwing around is estimated. That's the design and let's now work on the logo the details and so we came up with a insys tell you this was really so unique. It was more extreme from really white piece of paper. What hendrick defined already. What the logo is going to be. Because of coach before coach bill. They had the logo. Took this over. There was so much more known. The name was clear and then with franken we have the chance to make whatever we believe in consulting business. What i do is what can with. Hyperloop is a challenge in different levels or if a work on a vertical of vehicle there's challenges everywhere but to get the opportunity franko open. He's like alex. I wanted to do the whole nine yards. I know you trust you blindly. I want with you to create this all. So we started creating with luigi and alessandra. They started sketching on automobile. Then we found the name as three then for me. It was important to have the lightning bolt somehow in there because that is a strong symbol. Everybody knows about the next vacation and because of my belief of authentic location and the location is from brands. So important like porsche is in visa. And bmw's doing it's so important to influence tries to like italy. And so let's make this italian and so the lightning bolt got the glory. The zorro savoy became the background. That was a lot of cool ideas around. The emblem because when i create a logo. The automotive sophistication always starts with the emblem on the car and then turns into something. More graphic for other uses we. It was so cool. Everybody involved in that virtual community of automobiles streamer. We had weekly reviews of the progress all aspects the technology the company the brand the visualization of things. The design and always on a solo trusted way. As if i know all of those individuals for such a long time but i only knew frank really in an end but i think he set the floor right and he set the table right that. Yeah everything's possible and let's do it. Let's do it like spirit. We all have in the culture. And i said hey guys in engineering you say if some if you see some which is crap just say it now. We can change it. We can find a solution. Not at the end is like maybe was like well. I need more exhaust. Aaron the reate to get the heat all out as paul. Say it now and we do it. It's like yeah. I need more air in the risk than say and we cut big holes in the rear and make it skinny located looks today because it's at ultra and a full menia fast automobile and for media by the way means blitz schnell in germany or lightning fast in english and i learned myself and i had to learn to pronounce it because i always pronounced it full media as no no. No no no no. No no alex. You said authentic italian..
"klatt" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"In california so the bold move was like a lightning bolt move to the electric world. At the time. I think no one including myself knew what is clogging turning into how much energy density from the fossil fuels. We still wanted to use in. How much electric energy can we transport in an automobile. And how can we set an automobile up. That includes all of this so it was dramatic. So you're not only early adopter. You're absolutely out in the front line. And in many ways continue to be with famiglia which is sort of the most extreme expression of what an electric vehicle can be so tell us about your role with the streamer automobilia streaming. Sounds pretty italian to me. And it's very italian and tell you also gian-franco to the first angel investor into fiscal automotive. It had nothing to do with me. Henry and barney curled franko found them and invested. I met him in two thousand eight when he was in detroit. He was there with the launch of the karma. First time that the prototype. And i know him since then so i know him over thirteen years or more and at some point we lost overview. I think on facebook here and there see what the families are doing. But i saw that franco is quite active in finding a team together to start and at some point. Ranko if you want an interior for this dream you doing just let me know. And he said oh alex right like oh my god. How could i forget and we started. Talking and out of the talk was more discussion debate and it was not just designing was building a brand making electric propulsion systems. The core of something strong pushing italy forward being trusted and franco has that reputation over the last fifteen years that he fight for the electric of the world reducing pollution. And he's really a trusted source internationally. And i said like okay. Let's just it in. That started around fall time. October last year where i propose to him a process of how we get through this. And part of this was understanding the brent identity values what that be a style identity with it so a brand identity combined with a stolid entity because think about it was fisk automotive. Hendrick made this beautiful automobile filled into the interior. And that was it and because we all made the decisions it was almost unnecessary to ride a brand identity of what that is because we made the decision. So we're very authentic in that building the brand now with franco. He's very authentic and he's italian. I'm authentic of what i know in what i do but i'm german like you said i'm living in california so far away and so i propose to him. Let's just do this the right way. And with that setup. It needs italian car designers. I don't wanna fake this. In through me i at the leadership so that there will be an excellent automobile execution happening and i would get the styling. Let's start with the concept and so we were start searching for designers in italy and it's of course whether the all their status and we were particular looking for a design house which is not really working in the industry of our movies like not pininfarina water brilliant move because let someone take a bird's eye view it means this designer can get up to twenty thousand feet and see the whole landscape they're not pigeonholed into genera of design or one segment of the design. They can think about all kinds of ideas right and when you think of pin it for rena i love in a for united surgery beckham the days and i talked with mr chompy beckett. The days when i proposed to work with them was of course. It's been a farina. And i love the purity and elegance pena furry always had that style expressions and i'm so driven by authentic brand value so for me it needed to be the spread in the moment you choose one of them. So ito design is now owned by. W i guess still tone. I'd on even know if it's chinese or what happens. It's chinese but it's a ghost of its former self right and pay for rena locked all the main designers to ferrari tension steeler. Because all these guys have come in house. If our audience doesn't know i mean ferrari is in house maserati in the house. Lamborghinis house exactly. So who would you choose. And so we were looking and we found appetite design. I honestly haven't heard from them before. And it was after design is a very small studio around luigi mamola and he works more conceptual concept design like hollywood like movies video games e creates awesome brutal kind of conceptual vehicles. I love when i saw what he was doing it. So like that's the one i wanna work with. And so we read him what we were looking for a he pulled in another designer allesandro fini and both proposed how this is typically in the industry what automobilia streamer product could be. But they didn't really. I'm not even sure at the time. If we are solidly on a name of our brand we want to do this. it's electric. it's a hypercard la la and they started approaching this and we said it has to be italian. It has to look at talent and so they're enthusiastic by themselves. Italian i mean bella makina and every corner and so they started in. We chose alessandra feeney's concept because it was even more conceptual hate always when i say this but it looked like a batmobile is in italian back. It had fins and wings in sharpness stealth fighter swat just unreal. And i said frank. That's it a convinced the team this is it. the name we were like throwing around is estimated. That's the design and let's now work on the logo the details and so we came up with a insys tell you this was really so unique. It was more extreme from really white piece of paper. What hendrick defined already. What the logo is going to be. Because of coach before coach bill. They had the logo. Took this over. There was so much more known. The name was clear and then with franken we have the chance to make whatever we believe in consulting business. What i do is what can with. Hyperloop is a challenge in different levels or if a work on a vertical of vehicle there's challenges everywhere but to get the opportunity franko open. He's like alex. I wanted to do the whole nine yards. I know you trust you blindly. I want with you to create this all. So we started creating with luigi and alessandra. They started sketching on automobile. Then we found the name as three then for me. It was important to have the lightning bolt somehow in there because that is a strong symbol. Everybody knows about the next vacation and because of my belief of authentic location and the location is from brands. So important like porsche is in visa. And bmw's doing it's so important to influence tries to like italy. And so let's make this italian and so the lightning bolt got the glory. The zorro savoy became the background. That was a lot of cool ideas around. The emblem because when i create a logo. The automotive sophistication always starts with the emblem on the car and then turns into something. More graphic for other uses we. It was so cool. Everybody involved in that virtual community of automobiles streamer. We had weekly reviews of the progress all aspects the technology the company the brand the visualization of things. The design and always on a solo trusted way. As if i know all of those individuals for such a long time but i only knew.
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"This is robert ross. Welcome to another episode of cars that matter We're gonna have some fun today. Talking about the present and the future of the extreme car world with my guest alexander clot. Alexandra is chief. Creative officer with a company called automobile a brand new mark that we're going to be hearing a lot about in the near future. Welcome alex hi robert. The pleasure to be on your podcast. Of course what. Our audience canc- is your environment. Which is actually here in california. You're down and beautiful laguna niguel. It all sort of begs the.
How the gut protects the brain from infection
"A brains sit cocooned inside a series of protective layers. They called them in injuries. And these together with a structure called the blood brain barrier keep out unwanted bugs nasties that could otherwise prove lethal forest. But how exactly the brains defense systems do. This wasn't known now. A new discovery is added an important piece to the puzzle specialized plasma cells these a blood cells that make antibodies is important potentially harmful bacteria in our intestines and then make their way up to the outer part of them in indies called the juror where they churn out antibodies and keep the brain bug free medical worthy. The thing that really got me interested in thinking about the brain is that there's increasing evidence that the immune system plays a role in a number of brain disorders so things like depression and anxiety and even the progression of neurodegenerative diseases like parkinson's disease as well as that. We know that the immune system is required to defend parts of the body from infection. So this could be important for defense against infections in the brain and in the ninja. So things like meningitis. How did you them. Pursue this to try and work out. How the brain was actually fending off infections. As with many studies in immunology we use mousers as a model and so the first thing that we did was to take meninges and look at them under the microscope and they were plasma cells in the sierra and they were not just got anywhere. They are actually lined up along. The border of large blood vessels that run through the zero. The these bug vessels are called venus. Sinuses the next question. When we find these plasma cells was empty they were producing to all surprise. We found that rather than producing igt. What's normally find in the body. They were actually producing an antibody. That's normally found gut so you've got this interesting observation an- tomic clear in the first instance of blood vessels running through. Jeez they've got cells that make antibody lining up along them. But the antibody they're making is one that you would not normally associate with the bloodstream. It's one that you would find in the testing. Yes so that was surprising. And i guess the next question was well duty cells actually originating the guts or are they influenced by the gut so to answer that we were able to use. Mice have never seen any sort of bug. They have no bacteria or any microbes in their intestine and when we looked at the dura from these animals they were no cells whatsoever but when we added bacteria back into their gut suddenly again the antibody producing cells reappeared in the era and even if we only eat put one type of bacteria into these mice a type of bacteria that couldn't go anywhere other than the gut we still saw the cells reappear in in the dearest that told us that those cells originated in the intestine. Your sort of hypothesis is the bacteria in the intestine. They educate the immune system and immune cells the intestine and what the cells then migrate from the intesting with the knowledge of how to make antibodies against those specific microbes. Up to the brain and take up residence in the meninges around the brain exactly and they specifically take up residence at the border of these d'oro venus sinuses. And i guess then the obvious question will why. Why would that happen. Why is the system being set up and the obvious answer would be. Maybe those cells there to protect The brain from microbes bacteria that originated in the gut into the bloodstream. When they're flowing through those at venus sinuses where blood flow is quite slow. It's an opportunity for the bugs to get out into the brain so to test that what we did was to remove all of the antibody producing cells and then we challenged mice with microbes into their bloodstream. And what we found was the bugs were able to get a cross into the brain as so it told us that really. We found a whole new defense system for the brain. What are you going to do next. We're interested in the signals. That might take the plasma cells from the gut to them. And jeez and then the other thing. I'm really interested in is whether this has implications for how we try and protect people from meningitis at the moment. If we vaccinated against meningitis we give that vaccine into the muscle but our study would suggest that actually if you want to make cells to defend the brain the route that you should give that vaccine is actually via the gut and so that's something that we look into the bodies a clever all thing. Isn't it minute klatt worthy there. She's basically comes university. Study describing that work has just come out in the journal nature.
"klatt" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I'll get with Joel Klatt a little bit here. College sports analyst for Fox and, uh what else do we have? You know a thing. What? I don't wanna do this next second, but I think this is such an interesting game for the bills because when you're one of these teams that Is, you know, on the course to maybe do something special or semi special, but you're not there regularly. You know it takes a leap of faith from The football community. You have to really watch him play. It takes a leap of faith from everybody else. But I believe in this team. They've only been to the playoffs once or twice in 20 years. You know, you kind of like, get that stuff. I get that with the Browns, too. You get that with the Dolphins have the occasional good seas of the jet. The team, But I'll talk about the case. But like the bills to me tonight like I actually think Kansas City is going to stop him. Really? I do I I laid the 5.5 and I laid it with great confidence. Well, I think the bills very banged up my point being they do and their defense is a little bit over a little bit. And Kansas City's had a little time. You know, I think when you look at this, and if the bills were to play very poorly now they lose by six or seven. It's tight game, but if they had a really uneven, sloppy game That stunts in my opinion, at least for now, progress all of that positive energy that we have bestowed the praise that they earned. But that would have to stop and then have to earn it again. From my point of view pertaining to the bills, you know, I think it is an important game for them like how they rebound from losing, and especially in the manner with mean Tennessee. Just wipe them up, and it was it was it was. It was gross that that lost last weekend's Ah, there rebound is also important. The bills No, and that's going to define some character on this team, particularly their leaders. Well, they get ready to start. So we'll keep an eye on this and we'll get back to this and through this segment, but we got a chance to jump back to the college football waters. I Unless it was a long time ago and on I'm just forgetting. I don't know if we've ever had this gentleman on our show, and he's very good. He's with Fox. That's probably why they don't let him out of the stable unless he's pushing something that he's pushing something, but he's also gonna be pushing some college football. That's Joel Klatt, who I think comes across is incredibly intelligent on the air and always analysis is top shelf also seems like a regular guy guy could have a beer with Joel Teak interior. How you doing today? Man? What's happening? Goodfellas. What's going on, man? Happy to be with you? You know, like cake. I like the way he bridge good and fellows together. Made it seem like good film had good good. Good, fellas. I like that. You know, I got to see that movie. I was seen. It'll really I gotta ask you about this beat is joking with you that you're pushing something, but this is really interesting yet. I know you're not joking. But past labs Q B past lab. Who is this for this for high school kids? College kids helps them explain it. First of all, and then tell us, you know, how did this come about is really interesting. Yeah, So my partner, a guy named Dave search many from the Boulder area, and he had this. He developed this technology that basically you can put this device on your head and then attacked the software. And it tells you exactly kind of where you're looking on DH where that is pointing, you know, and it's fairly simple technology, but To be honest with you. You know, there was this application for a quarterback in order to train the eyes and where the head position needs to go in order to be looking in the right spot on the field, and he wanted a partner was in the Boulder area, and he wouldn't Bill McCartney first, the legendary coach of the Colorado Buffaloes, and Bill was like him and you don't want me you want you want, Joel. And was like, Hey, what do you think of this? And I immediately knew that it was important because here's the thing thinking you've been around football your entire life? Yep. We train all the time. All the time. Our minds and our bodies don't weigh our minds or by the week constantly and for a quarterback, you know as the defensive back One of the biggest Tools at a quarterback's disposal are his eyes. And yet we never train quarterbacks how to use their eyes as a weapon. This device allows you to do that. And it's not just theory or stripe on the helmet that you could watch the film and say, Hey, where you look in here? They're not here say it's not a conversation after the practice, it's really time measured by the software. Where was where their eyes were. And then you can also program it. No. Your playbook to go through the place sequence in practice. That answer your question. It's for all ages. Man. If you're a junior high, you know, quarterback and you and your dad are out there. You want to train your eyes. You can put this device on your head. If you're a college quarterback, you can use it during practice. You can program the entire practice script, and I'll tell you exactly where you need to. It is to be looking and for what amount of time so I think that's my favorite part about it is that we can really train quarterbacks to use what I think is one of the most important weapons that they have. Which is their eyes. Yeah, No, it's interest. Sounds like there's also applications they so if you pull it off your head and put it, Maura around your eyes, saying an eyeglass you No, no, no presentation. Baseball player. But kids playing baseball could do this as well. Because where you keep your head, he does often determines no hidden ball on missing it. You know, I also have this issue. You know what I mean? That's exactly right. And it is one thing that we don't talk about a lot, so I jumped at the opportunity to be a part of it and help build the software in the APP so that it's easier for coaches. Because here's the deal my brother's head football coach in high school, My dad was the head football coach for 30 years like I understand the pain that is like, what's this new piece of equipment? I don't know how to work it, so we wanted to make this kind of like an apple phone You pulled out of the box. It just works. That's what this does not work just works. You can use it right away. So it's not a joke lad from Fox and as a cool endeavour, and they have way Yeah, let me give the site for people want to check this out for your kids..
"klatt" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"But I think if you can do it where you can put four teams in one spot for teams in another spot in day Kinda, do their round robin stuff i. I think there will be the best way to do it, and if you think about really using this league as a developmental league with the eye towards being the minor league system for the National Football League, there's some positive things we've seen the spring league. We've seen some of these other leagues that have kind of popped up and of to be there, but I think if the XFL goes all in on being the. The domestic version, of NFL Europe, I, think that would give them a chance of having success, but they have to do it in a fiscally responsible way, and I think the best way to do it is Kinda pick one spot, one location was stadium and just go all in that and don't worry about the fans really make it a TV product and make sure that the product on the feel is a good. One thing I would think about from an economic standpoint is you could because of the pandemic and the fact that in had many people traveling are staying in hotels, you could probably reserve hotel rooms. You know for the season in one location or I mean, you might even be able to outright by some hotels that are struggling financially pennies on the dollar to be able to centrally locate all these teams in the XFL, and be able to house at. You know whatever four different hotel locations, I would think that would be something that again timing is everything and you'd be able to get that on cheap at this point in time with these, reinvent the wheel. Why not play League in Orlando Florida where Disney's the NBA with ushered out that bubble would have been done, they've gone through all the protocols to make sure that they can do all the stuff there you've been to Disneyland, they have anything I would think that might be more expensive than if they might be. But. You're talking about something that is very similar to the Indiana's. That's the format. It's format. Follow. Their format, find a place that allows you to be able to get it done and do it that way. I just think it makes. It just makes so much sense, and when you're talking about this rain, you talking about whether you talk about all those considerations Florida, appears to be the right location. Just because of the sunshine you can get nice weather. You'RE NOT GONNA have to deal with. It's interesting. Man It was. A fun conversation there with our buddy, Joel Klatt. So WanNA..
"klatt" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Now, that's not going to happen. I just can't imagine that being. I can mezzanine being the deal anymore. I. Don't know if we're just a virtual combine with just the top decision makers in the building in everybody watching it from afar. But I can't imagine. It would be the comments that we've kinda grown. Accustomed to seeing the last. Decade two decades. Now, I don't. I. Don't think it will be I. Think it's going to be different That it's GonNa lead us to things being different to our conversation that we have today on the podcast. We've got our buddy, Joel, Klatt, that's going to join the show WHO's Really, somebody always has a unique take on everything that's going on in the college football world and. It's unprecedented what we're going through right now and potentially losing a college football season, something. None of us could have ever foreseen. But yet here we are So. Some of this great talk to, and we have a lengthy conversation. WE'RE GONNA get to in just a minute with him. What I do want to encourage people we've We threw out there the other day about leaving us some reviews and ratings on Apple podcasts, and you guys have been great about that, and one of the things we asked you to do is We always talk about who to best high school player that you've ever seen maybe played against a maybe a saw, maybe your brother, you know played against him at some point in time, but the best high school football player, you've ever laid eyes on. We've already started to get some interesting answers on that. I think Ronald. Curry was one of them that came up who user about you know about for. Sure. So. So there's been some some fun answers on there. So continue to leave those forces. You haven't done it already. Let's the best high school player. You've ever seen in the apple podcasts reviews and we'll we'll have. So we can lay all those out Sufi gets mentioning names but with that in mind. Let's get to the conversation here. This is a great chat we had with our buddy from Fox sports Joel. Klatt. Excited to have our good buddy Joel Klatt joining the show and Joe I, guess. First of all, we'll get another serious stuff and college football. What it means to the draft. The NFL that I have a drive. I'm thinking my oldest off to college this week. So big big big moment here in Jeremiah Household, but I've got a drive I've got like a eighteen hour drive back scouting days and I know you I know you like to. To Read I. Know You're you're a big reader in the offseason. So my book I need a book on tape recommendation for my drive from you. Oh Man. Well, I'm like I'm big into the business or leadership books and things like that. So here are some of my absolute favorites. power doesn't work by Benjamin Hardy. That's an incredible book. Write some liking. Great principle there any by Tim. Ferriss I think is is an. good to great. one collins is on start with why? By Simon, Sinek that don't really good one. Better is the book by. Simon cynic. But Simon Sinek I'm looking forward to meeting him one day. You're good. You're good. You're good. What it? It's all good. And then let's see and then my maybe my all time. Favorite. That's more of like a novel even though it's actually like a lot of real history and it's actually a true spray both the boys in the boat. Is an incredible book. A ballet, the Washington Husky. Crew team. in nineteen, thirty, six, John say because it's it's actually it's my favorite book..
Canadian police confirm sightings of murder suspects
"Canadian police say there been two sightings of suspects in the slaying of an American woman her Australian boyfriend and another man in the area of Manitoba royal Canadian Mounted Police said authorities of corroborated the sightings of nineteen year old camera Klatt and eighteen year old Brian Smith gal ski here's a royal Canadian Mounted Police the search for camera cloud and briars McGill ski continues we can now confirm that there have been two established and corroborated sightings of the suspects in the Gillam area the sightings were prior to the discovery of the burnt out vehicle there have also been no reported stolen vehicles that could be attributed to the suspects at this point in the investigation we believe they are still in the area Manisha RCMP has deployed a significant amount of resources to the Gillam area including our emergency response team since negotiation team we stock services and air services assets the RCMP major crime unit is involved as well as your CV is north district and RCMP resources from other provinces our officers have conducted a detailed and thorough searches of potential areas of interest and the surgeons continue over the last forty eight hours we have received over eighty tips and we continue to ask the public to remain vigilant for camera cloud and briars McGill ski if they are spotted do not call nine one one or your local police immediately this is very challenging terrain this is a large area it's very there's wasn't dense bush Forrest swampy areas so it is very challenging miss McGill skis father said this week he expects the nationwide manhunt to end in the death of his son who he said was on a suicide
"klatt" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show
"And gives them flexibility to work full competitors. The department concluded the workers a more into contractors. The letter also searched that because the business doesn't inspect people's work or rate, their performance, the workers are in fact in business for themselves. Next department assess the workers permanency and found that they appear to maintain a high degree of freedom to exit the working relationship. Another indication of a contractor relationship the department. Also concluded that work is paid for their own facilities and equipment and department notes that the workers. Rely on the software the company builds, but that reliance only marginally decreases their relative independence because they can use similar software on competitive Klatt Fulham's to other considerations included. How much skill the work requires and the work is potential for profit and loss that the poem said it didn't have any information on the work of skill in this case, but the fact that work is negotiate own pricing and accept or reject war across a number of competitors. Where all indications that the workers, not the company controlled profits and losses finally that the department looked into how integrated into the business to work services are in this case the department found that the business is merely a referral service where workers and consumers can connect. That means the departments is the services the workers performs whether giving someone a ride cleaning home are a separate business..
"klatt" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I mean, our colleague Joe Klatt from FOX joined by and he's going to be on night. Two of the NFL network draft coverage from Nashville, he he said chargers patriots giants are are in name names. And Joel people say, well, he's not an NFL insider Joel call just about everyone of Josh Rosen. Big games in the Pac twelve for FOX. He called all of calories big games for the big twelve for FOX Joel has sources to. So when he said that I followed up with him. He said look it happened. Whatever I reported some of those calls may have just been inquiries, and they may have happened before free agency, which leads me to the to the chargers, they signed tyrod Taylor does that mean, they're, you know, come on. I mean Baker Mayfield is the two words you need to hear about him in terms of where where you might go. That's what I said when we heard after. Klatten like Portugal Taylor. I mean, it is time. It's Ron rod. No ports era Taylor. I mean Baker Mayfield. Now, he could possibly get Rosen in in Los Angeles. But it makes sense. It makes sense that he's a local kid. Yeah. Certainly makes sense here in New York City. It makes sense obviously, New England at some point is going to have to get that next. Garoppolo right. Yes. And and obviously Rosen would be a perfect opportunity to do something like that. And all of those teams have interesting things they can offer. So the giants might be desperate for quarterback, and you could say six or seventeen they've an early second round pick. The patriots had the last pick of the first round the charters of the twenty eighth pick that seems to be about the market somewhere in that twenty to thirty eight range as far as overall pick for what Josh Rosen the already have them one year into the NFL. And the key thing with Rosen, which has been mentioned few times the cardinals paid him so much guaranteed money up front is making about an average of three million a year for the next three. Years. So that you think about Russell Wilson is going to be asking three million year for a potential starting quarterback is a bargain if from everyone I talked to Zona right down to Steve Wilks who I spoke with at the end of the season. And also at the combine not a bad word to say about Josh Rosen all those things before the draft possibly being a petulant get no he was a mature professional. We all we all. We were all we were all on the Rosen trained last year at the draft. So if the giants flipped their second round choice at the top of Friday night for Rosen and choose to defensive studs in the first round. And then come back to New York. Can Gettleman basically say how do you like, you know? Think about it. I mean Djibril peppers. I think is a very good future. And I think when I spoke with Gettleman at the NFL league meetings. He was super high on Djibril you get to defensive studs. So you end up with Ed Oliver and one of the Clemson kids off the edge, and you get golden Tate, and you're all right quota bag you in your mouth draft had Oliver going forth to the raiders Oliver. I don't think he gets out of the top five this guy jets might even take. This guy is the one that no one song about Richmond. Besides you. And I people talk Aaron Donald is the name that that are mentioned with him. That's mentioned with winning Williams might go before because he's great kid, but quit Williams comes from of body size. That is dominant sue Gerald McCoy Ed Oliver is a clone of Aaron Donald body. I'm not saying these Aaron Donald, but he won't talk about the next wave. And however it was for the next tyreek hill at receiver. They'll give the next Aaron Donald. It's not quitting Williams. It's at Oliver. So if the giants don't pull the trade for Rosen in your mock draft, you have them drew lock the wrong name and Daniel Jones before from drew lock before. Dwayne haskins. What gives you that idea? There are few people that I talked to the league that do quarterbacks that I trust.
"klatt" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The Sweet Sixteen begins tonight. Westwood one's coverage kicks off at four or tips off if you will at four o'clock, and then we have the game. I'm most interested in is Gonzaga Florida's state because I have Florida state in the final four and many people have Gonzaga and the final four. So that's where I can make up some ground on the rest of you in our old Chicago bracket challenge, including with you, correct wheels. You have Gonzaga in the final four. Yeah. So I had Murray state going this far instead of right of Florida state, Gonzaga winning either you'll get credit for it, obviously consecutive wins tonight. So yeah, that's that's the one. I'm most interested in I believe that's right out of the gate. Now our coverage from Westwood One. Is a little different they had they they're just gonna especially with what four games tonight. They're just going to put you dumpy in places that have the best game. They'll get you to tip offs of them that gets to the end of all the games. It's kind of like a red zone style coverage. So they don't really have a game that they're playing. They just they'll bouncy around to whatever games are best this evening. We got two windows. So the options are what they are. But should be some good basketball on tap tonight. Not to mention the nuggets play the rockets, which is an important game for the nuggets. And for all of us nuggets fans in our psyches because Houston has been a bit of an issue with has been problem. I should say with the nugget for the nuggets this season. So sure be nice if they could go down to Houston win. He's next two games are really tough. They're going to go into Houston tonight on the second night of back to back. They're going to. Okay. See and then oh, by the way, the warriors come. Call the nuggets come calling to Oakland at the start of next week. So this is a big stretch for the nuggets. I think not only for them as I mentioned for all of us to because if they go over this stretch here, these three games a lot of you are going to be jumping ship. So lot of stuff going on. And then of course, opening day going on as we speak. Shouts to AT and T sports net. Who doesn't let dish customers watch online. That's classy. They are direct TV owned company. I understand this. But well, they own direct TV, correct? Yeah. They're in cahoots. So. Anyway, Rockies and Marlins scoreless right now. It looks a lot like twenty eighteen so far Kyle Freeland pitching great Rockies not hitting. So so far. Two thousand nineteen very much like two thousand eighteen we'll keep you updated on how things progress in Miami as much as we can over the next hour. How about them Avs? Gallow dicey there at the end. But they can't I love the way they came out last night against Vegas. They put it to them in Vegas right now is without Marc Andre Fleury who is having children. So it's Malcolm sue ban who is the younger of the Sioux bands. But right now looks less good at his job than his brother. They got him for a couple early. Very nearly half three goal lead. The they do end up growing the lead. Once it got two to one they got through anyway, four three ended up being the final. So the Avs pickup massive points. Now, they turn their attention to Arizona, which is tomorrow night. And we'll talk more about that match up tomorrow. But. They might have Gabriel Landis Gog back so four to six weeks. My. Uh-huh. Mean Gabriel endoscopic might come back in what three if that? So that coming from the ads themselves, so they're pretty pumped about it. So that would obviously be huge a huge boost to the avalanches. They try to hold on to the last play offs by believe the stars one last held on one last night. So they stay ahead of the apps, but the ads more importantly, stay head of Arizona with the two teams meeting tomorrow night. And this little gem. Came across my I line today so joke, Joel Klatt. Shouts to the CU. Buffs. Is apparently FOX's NFL draft analyst. Makes sense, very smart college football guy. But I think that's a new. Job title for Joel. But he was on that show with skipping Shannon Sharpe. Which I don't watch. Thank goodness people tweet out stuff because I couldn't sit through that the two of them bantering back forth. But at any rate Joel Klatt said there are three teams that are have expressed interest in Josh Rosen. They are the New York Giants the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles chargers of Carson. And already one of them has offered a second round pick in exchange for Arizona quarterback. Josh rosen. It was initially reported and believe that airs on a win and be able to get more than third because they're bad bluff offers and everyone knows they're gonna take Tyler Murray. So one of those three teams according to Joel Klatt has offered a second round pick for Josh Rosen. But for our purposes, the fact that the Broncos are not one of those three teams is a little bit confusing. Considering that Josh Rosen if he were in this draft would be considered the best prospect. Out there. And given the Broncos in their current situation. And they're they're unseemingly unending situation of not being able to find a quarterback pose Peyton Manning. You would think that the Broncos would at least express interest. They have one second round pick. I would give it up for Josh Rosen. But I can understand if the Denver Broncos don't. I can under- if they have multiple second round picks, then it's a no brainer. So I understand if the Broncos aren't willing to budge above a third. But the fact that Joel class not even mentioning them. And you would think Joel Klatt with his Colorado ties would have some insight into the Denver Broncos are would have somebody with knowledge of the situation as the insiders say, maybe the Broncos are just really good at keeping stuff close to the vest. It's twenty nineteen I would air on the side of their advent shown much interest. This can only lead me to to conclusions. Conclusion. Is the worst conclusion? And that is John Elway actually believes the Joe flacco is entering his prime nonsense that he has been spouting since he was allowed to say that they actually acquired Joe flacco. Joe flacco is an upgrade over case keenum entering is prime is a huge stretch. So if that's John Elway thinking, then that's just poor franchise. Organizational planning. To say that Joe flacco is going to be this team's quarterback for. Multiple years for least three years. I mean at what point do you say, no, we don't want. Josh rosen. If you think you're going to be around for three. I mean, two of the teams that are interested in Josh Rosen. Have hall of fame quarterbacks at the helm neither of which looks to be slowing down anytime soon. So I just can't imagine that John Elway believe so much. Joe flacco and his longevity in Denver. That he would be less interested in Josh Rosen. Then the chargers in the New England Patriots. Which leads me to the other conclusion that a draw and that conclusion is John Elway like someone else in this draft more than Josh Rosen and thinks that he can get him. If that's at ten or if that's at forty or there's going be some trading going on. But it sure seems like if John Elway he's not interested in Josh Rosen. There's gotta be somebody in this field that he is because I cannot imagine that John Elway would want Kevin HOGAN Joe flacco to be his quarterback that chart for the upcoming season. The I see this situation. And I look at the three teams that Joel Klatt named right? So the chargers. Guy coming to the end of his career there late in the draft. So they may not have the opportunity they may feel like they don't have the opportunity to grab their next guy. Giants might be bluffing on the whole Eli manning thing, you know, the allies are guy they might be bluffing patriots. Again. Just like the chargers looking to the future and our late in the draft in might feel like they need to get somebody. They won't be able to get their guy. But doesn't that lead to the second conclusion that John Elway feels like his guy is in this draft? Yeah. But he doesn't feel panicked that he needs to trade for a guy. He can either get one at ten. Or he can trade back into the first and villa. He can still get one. What would you? What would you rather? The Broncos do and I already know the answer to this. But I'll ask it anyway. Get a quarterback at ten or trade a second round pick for Josh Rosen. Neither you don't out. Yeah. I forgot you don't like Josh Rosen. I don't. Yeah. Bella check likes them if Bella check likes them. Then Bella check like Tim tebow for about five minutes. He did. So. That is that that's fair. I just. Again, if they're outbid that is one thing, but the fact that they're not even on the shortlist of interested teams. And look this is one guy, but this is a guy with Colorado ties that. If he does or does not list the Broncos. I think it's no worthy. We know the giants. Everybody knows the giants are interested in Josh Rosen. And it makes sense. That LA and the patriots would be looking at potentially acquiring him for the reason that you just said that, you know, they're later in the draft, and maybe their choice is will Greer of West Virginia. And that and I think we can all agree that. Will Greer is not as good as Josh Rosen. So it makes sense. It just it would have made sense. If you were listed the Denver Broncos today. So. Either. John Elway is so head over heels infatuated with Joe flacco and the idea that he is quote entering his prime that John Elway doesn't even want to entertain the idea of a quarterback. Either trading a top three round pick or using a top three round pick on a quarterback. Or there's somebody that he's trying that he likes better than Josh Rosen and believes he can get him either at ten or at forty one two eight six zero zero four six what do you think about Joe class omission of the Denver Broncos when listing teams interested in Josh Rosen? We'll take your thoughts on that. And get you updated on what's going on down in Miami. As the Rockies opened up the season against their nineteen Ninety-three expansion brethren. That's coming up after we take a look at your what's today. Thursday. Thank you traffic from.
College Football Playoff bowl games: Picks and predictions
"The college football playoffs are set. Notre Dame will face Clemson. In the Cotton Bowl at AT and T stadium in Arlington, Texas on Saturday, December twenty ninth. Meanwhile, the Orange Bowl Oklahoma will face Alabama those winters then face off on January seventh for the national championship. Joel Klatt is an analyst for Fox Sports. He joins Fox News and reacts to the news of the four teams that were selected this committee that we have in college football. That's thirteen person committee. They're charged with selecting the four playoff teams. And the problem right now is that they don't have a very strict criteria. So they can go on whatever they want to end up Monday night football. The Philadelphia Eagles will host the Washington Redskins. Kickoff is just after eight fifteen eastern time