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"larry brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"larry brown" Discussed on WTOP

"And toilets were working Larry Brown has been an inmate for four years when asked about the living conditions It's pretty good here And I made a very clean D.C. deputy mayor for public safety Chris gel dart in response to the reports New things break yes they do Is it an aging facility Yes it is Do we do everything we have onsite contractors here every day to do fixes when things happen We also throw everything we need to add it when we have a bigger problem Now the rebounds of you TOP news Local leaders want to put you on assault diet But this isn't the salt that goes on your food It's the salt that grows on roads during wintry weather Our water is safe but Carla Reed with the Washington suburban sanitary commission water says salt that runs off roads and sidewalks into the Potomac and patuxent rivers can't be removed during the filtration process And while it's not a health issue for most customers increase salt levels in water can be a health concern for those who have sodium restrictive diets and salt is corrosive wearing away at water mains that can lead to breaks It could be bad also for roads pets and sidewalks Christie came tapu TOP news Coming up in money news looking for a used car you'll likely pay significantly more this year than you would have a year ago And there's a new coffee shop with a mission heading to Georgetown Ten 54 Hi this is Yamaha artist Tony dessert Due to recent global supply issues the world shortage and Yamaha's will leave many without the perfect piano for their holiday season But for.

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Penny Hardaway Adds Rasheed Wallace to Memphis Coaching Staff

Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Penny Hardaway Adds Rasheed Wallace to Memphis Coaching Staff

"Let's continue on here so back go into some basketball news. Just going to give a quick shoutout to receive. Wallace shouted the rasheed wallace. Who was the head coach of a high school team. Here locally and durham actually wherever street from me Rasheed wallace on show today. I know i should've. I should've went over there and access them. My problem i'm rasheed. Wallace will be reuniting with. Not only larry brown before nba player. Penny hardaway in memphis which is a good opportunity for rashid. I think Obviously he's been doing a great job. Here in durham But going to the college level which is pretty good working his way up through the

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"larry brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"larry brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sean hiking coming up in just a moment. Do we have them? Okay, we'll get the show on just a second. I saw the story. From this week, Larry Brown is going to join the Memphis staff with Penny Hardaway. And I reminded myself and this made me think of Kawai. Larry Brown is a brilliant coach. He's been all over the universe. He's gone everywhere. But I think that his legacy has been clouded because he's gone to so many places. And I first think when I hear Kawai is going to be a free agent, maybe you want to stay in l A. You had a chance. I think you'll have a chance again this year. I know that you called out the locker room. You're probably right to call it the locker room. There's a lot of things there that you can do. But an unfinished job is going to be part of the legacy. And you don't want to move to many places to where that starts to cloud. Just how great you were. I don't want that. The cloud that We're bringing Sean Hi can see if he agrees with me. I bet he doesn't bleacher Report. NBA writer Find him on Twitter at hike and Sean, Thanks for joining us. Hey, thanks for having on What do you think? Why? Why don't you do I think I don't really think he's going to go anywhere. I know that obviously because they just lost in the conference finals, and he was injured that they're going to be rumors about this. And you know that. You know, there are teams like Miami that have been Preparing just in case he were to leave, But I just The thing. The thing about Kawai is like, you know, he had a big part of why he went. There was he wanted to go home. And from what I understand he likes living. He lived in San Diego. He commutes there by helicopter. I think he just liked Doing that. I don't. I don't think he's one of these guys. Where, like. I mean, he's already got two rings in two finals MVPs. I don't think he's a guy where as you know if this situation is, you know if they if they lose in the playoffs a couple of times he's going to go somewhere. I I just I don't I don't think he's going to go anywhere. Like for l. A. It's like it's not like it's some great big loss like I look at the NBA and I still think that Yeah, you know, you want to try to keep some stars to make it as enticing as possible to keep some stars and some And some cities that aren't New York, LA or Miami. That type of thing, but it wouldn't be like it's some great big loss. But I think that he is still so much hope in the other team with the Clippers and with him with Balmer. I think it's been a good feel I feel good type of story. I'd like to see him Stay. Pat Riley, though, can be enticing. Miami can be enticing the heat they look like they could go after him. Could he be swayed? I know that you don't think he'll go, but I think the heat would have a great chance to land him still. Well, the other thing about his situation with the Clippers. If he basically runs the organization he dictates, you know, practice time. He you know, he There's a lot of stuff that they kind of let him control. That's not really ever going to that wouldn't fly in Miami, You have to remember LeBron went there and 20 in 2010. And you know, the first year he and Wade tried to get Erik Spoelstra fired because they wanted a different coach and Pat Riley was just like no, no, no, no, no, no. You guys don't decide what happens here. I think I mean, I understand the you know the logic of Oh, you know, Pat Riley is always lurking and the heat have this incredible culture and you know, you can team with Jimmy Butler. I get all that. But I just don't think that whole, uh set up is going to be his appealing to him as it would be to other guys..

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"larry brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"larry brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I could probably guard forward in some cases. I just think he's underrated. And then this other stuff. I don't know. I wish I could sit like last year. The time I was maybe not even last year, the time year and a half ago, I would say that would be on the jumper Scott, he'd be on different shows with them. We get a chance to talk, and I wish I could talk to about this because I don't understand it. Don't know where it's coming from. I don't I'm not going to sit here and say Scotty's wrong studies. I'm not gonna do that, cause I'm not. I'm not paying attention to these stories that much. I know this is a huge story in Chicago at home. It's not a huge story. Barely. I don't think we the network have done one story on any of it. I don't think I've seen one. I certainly have been a part one So I can't sit here and tell you that I know all the ins and out to why things we said and what the responses are so because I just don't And since I talked to you and thank you for making me aware of some of it this morning, even I didn't purposely, didn't it just I I purposely didn't because I'm not going to sit here and say it's news. If it's news, I gotta pay attention. I'm not going to business. I don't know what it is. I'm not going to tell Scotty He shouldn't feel a certain way. But I don't know that I'm joining him and feeling a certain way. I I gotta, but I'd like to. I mean, I've been very fortunate over the years. Particularly in recent years. Uh, gosh, right through all Star weekend and sky is in great to my son, Matthew. And I just enjoy the conversations with him. He he knows more about basketball than almost anybody out there, commenting it commenting on it publicly, I don't know the ins and outs and the details of this of why things were set. So I'm going to have to You know, be a lot more familiar with that before, before I go into some sort of full reaction. It's very delicate, though. Michael when someone comes out and says Phil Jackson was racist, basically is what he acknowledged. How well do you know Phil? And how do you react to something like that? I don't because I don't react to it actually know more about why Scott recently said what you know, he considers evidence in that situation. I I got to know filth. Have a good relationship with feel It wasn't as full as the relationship with Scotty. You know, um I inherited a relationship I inherited like beautiful relationships in my life from Anthony coordinates. Including Reggie Jackson. Phil Jackson. Larry Brown. I heard that some important relationships of my professional life. My I'm always speaking about my Relationship with Phil was It was tremendous, I mean, but it was not a deep It wasn't social. It was professional. Phil came on PT by a number of times and early on when he was very encouraging. About us doing it. Um, when I had a heart attack in 2000 and eight I was requested to come down at the team hotel and talk to Phil. I was requested by Phil. Straighten up and fly right and I got something of a lecture. About, you know, living in the age that I am and what I had coming in my life. I did it right. It was very You know personal about that. Um, but I'm not going to sit here and tell you that I know Chapter verse. I go back to 19. Seventies on Phil Jackson of the New York Knicks. I can't And so I would like to be in the best of all worlds. I'd like to listen to Scotty. Who have had this relationship with for a long, long time. I'd like to live in the fill. Have a relationship with these are when they're sensitive topics to be gross. The only way you can really get underneath the surface of them and see what might be bothering people or what is okay or what is not OK? Is to talk to them, and I haven't had that chance. I'm not going to have it over next year. We will cover the NBA violence. So this is one where you know this is we talked for the last year about difficult conversations People have to have right. And how you happened and what is said, and what is not said What have to You will come to the to the four and still There was a guy who My perception is can have these conversations to fill. It feels a fascinating character. A bright man and somebody who has seen on the right side of humanitarian issues to me in my Way of Perceiving him. That's me. I mean, you know the some of the coaches who really were out there leading the way in terms of being progressive. Phil Jackson had that reputation. Um, uh, Gregg Popovich. I mean, it's like, you know, Greg problem they could be on the Mount Rushmore of that. Um So I don't know. I haven't had these conversations with these gentlemen. And again, I'm not going to in the next few weeks. One of the things is bad about not having access as we have it during these covid times. Yeah, we don't get to be a courtside and even when people are like courtside in Milwaukee has meant being able to talk to Oscar Robinson about a lot of basketball. Corinne Social justice. Cleveland summit. When you're not around, and you're not down there. I don't know if it would be in any games or not. But you're able to talk to people I two years ago. Like I said, I was able to spend tons of time with Scotty and talk about a lot of different things. And listen. That means listen mostly But that this is not one of them. And I'm not going to weigh in unfairly to either die without knowing more alright, hang in there. Michael. I want to talk to you more about these NBA plast the injury And also find out about this book You're writing with Chris Paul. 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Have the 'Bad Boys' Pistons been overlooked in NBA history?

The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Have the 'Bad Boys' Pistons been overlooked in NBA history?

"Had a great relationship that you're going to bring some of the stuff that you when you cover the bad boys the Pistons. Yes, your relationship. Someone will break horn and those guys in that area some new insight because now we're especially with the day of covet we're supposed to live through the past and you know the big dance the last dance with with Michael was such a huge thing that happened. The Pistons were right in the middle or at the end of the beginning or the ending of where Michael started. Yeah. Yeah, and and and for me, you know, I I was around that team at a time when they took the Pinnacle of NBA greatness. And so there are lots of stories that you know, I have stored away. I mean like when I was there when they won the title in 2004 would rip Hamilton and Chauncey Billups and all those guys and they were little things that they did that people didn't realize played a role in winning a title things like Larry Brown, for example, the first play of every single game if they went to jail ball was get that damn ball to Ben Wallace and let him go to work because big fella knew he wasn't touching the rock much at all if at all after that, so they made a point of getting him the ball first possession every single time. They got the ball in office and they just cleared out and let him go to work and if he scored great if he didn't we gave you a shot. It's little things like that that helped them build team. Chemistry and bonding and Trust knowing that hey going to get you twenty-five Thirty points, but if you don't do the big fella bone and you going to get you 15 Reba, I don't know any other brothers often times. I can think of that had developed that kind of chemistry and I was on the championship teams. We liked each other but with those pills like those dudes would suck blood brothers. Like, you know, it's like the way they think the way they perform it was like bad boys in the years that bad boys for life like that movie that's just seemed like the way they were

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West Virginia knocks off No. 16 Kansas State 37-10

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

West Virginia knocks off No. 16 Kansas State 37-10

"Jury Dickey threw two touchdown passes and Dylan tacori returned an interception for a score in west Virginia's thirty seven ten romp over sixteenth ranked Kansas state Dockery made the pick and went eighteen yards for a touchdown to put West Virginia ahead thirty four ten midway through the third quarter it was one of several big moments for coach Neal brown's team without a doubt that's most complete game we played in our two years here and and just proud proud proud of the product everyone in our organization now we got to continue to keep it moving Larry brown rush for a hundred and two yards and a TD as the mountaineers knocked the Wildcats from their solo perch atop the big twelve conference standings will Howard was intercepted three times and the Wildcats went scoreless after halftime to end their four game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie

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"larry brown" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"larry brown" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Saved more speaking those other sports shop my producer here, while a big NFL fan is a bigger nb, a fan At 1 45 before you were Ah, leaving to get to work today Ship. What channel? Would your TV on? Is actually the park at the park. Really playing What? I thought this would be a rap. Jodie. I didn't think I needed to watch this game. You're talking n ba Yes. How about the Rockets? I screwed me the Nuggets coming up big enough to push it to a game Number seven. They've done this. A couple of series in a row. Now lost the Jazz down 31 when the next to and get to a game seven. Of course win Game seven in advance. Could the Clippers joke this one up? I got to tell you, Jody. I mean, I mean, well, yes. Because they're up 16 in Game five. We know Doc team was up 18 in Game six at home in 2015 when the Rockets came back 31 on them. My question for you, is we We, you know, make duck out to be a lead. It's his job in jeopardy. If they lose this, Siri's It be a bad loss. Who else you're going to get into coach the That's one of things. It's up about. Ah, ah, knocking off a coach who's already won a championship who's been around the league for years. With the team and the rights that they have superstar players and like you bring in a young coach, you're not. You're gonna think I'm crazy. You ready for this? Well, who was it s m u 34 years ago. That did a really good job. He is one of the greatest coaches we've ever seen. If you listen to him in interviews, Jodie he is still sharp as a tack. Do you know I'm talking about? I know exactly what you're talking about The face like smell of kids. I remember him saying that to me in an interview. I'm just going to go home. Relax, Smell my kids. Which I thought was a great line. I think he's got more Ah, tickets on his baggage than any coach in the city game. I shouldn't just say the league does. He made his rounds on the collegiate level is well. I'm Larry Brown fan. Do you really believe Larry Brown do a better job than Doc Rivers? I think Larry Brown could do a better job in asleep, Jody. I mean, really what Doc Rivers have won against Kobe. I know Malone was older. Woodcomb alone who was still pretty decent. I know we got hurt in that serious. Gary Payton Shack. Kobe Car. Malone with Doc Rivers have beat that team for one without a single hall of Famer. It's a very good coaching job. LB. I'm not not gonna debate that with you. But That is now 15 years ago. Or at least 10 15 years ago from when you almost 20 that he when he went to the N BA final with Allen Iverson, and eventually he and Iverson imploded. I think with today's N BA players I think Doc's time is, I think Lybrand's time is coming to some guys can adjust. Some guys adjust with the times, and they understand the changing of the players and attitudes and the like. And that's why they congee 25 year. Ah coaches. Ah, guy like Popovich, I think Ah is an example of that. He's not the same coach. He was when he started 25 years ago. He's changed with the game and adapted with the players. Now there are some that He draws the line at and it ends up hurting him like a Why Leonard, But for the most part, I think Papa has done a phenomenal job at changing and shocking and moving and jiving with the game. I don't think Larry Brown has done at a little bit. I don't think coaching the MBA and 2021. Like, um, big fan. Noah, Madam on is against Bunch of times could probably get him on next weekend if I tried to get him on if you want It is yourself. I think I got Larry Brown number in my phone. As a matter of fact, he's a ah all time. Great coach, a Hall of Fame coach. I just don't think he's a winning coach in the N B a in 2020 months. Don't think it's happening. I and, Ah, I don't even know if he wants to coach. I haven't talked to Larry and shoot three or four years. I don't know what's on his mind. But I don't even know of Coach Brown wants to be coach Brown anymore. Funny. He didn't think you were going to go there, But I'm looking forward to game number seven. You want to talk about that nugget didn't eclipse. We certainly can. Any NFL stuff. I'll ask Matt from North Carolina to hold or get him in last half hour. All calls the rest of the way. Get aboard 855 to 124227 dot Max stay in for the final half with the air on CBS Sports Radio. After the latest CBS Sports Update Would pee Schwartz..

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"larry brown" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"larry brown" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"If you can give us a brief kind of run through on the early party career going to the nets. Affiliate into the heat. Really cool stops there if you could tell us about. This I was drafted with the sixteenth pick. The first round will by the New Jersey Nets. They, they lost a great player in drowsing etre vic in that opened up a situation where they want depth at the shooting guard opposition. So was drafted ninety three chuck. Daly was the coach that they had some great players there Derek, Coleman of phenomenal great great power for really you talk about positions basketball Derek was one of those guys he could bring it up. He could really patch shoot three's He could play in today's game and and might be mean better player kids go on the blocks as well Kenny Anderson one of the easily one of the best ball handlers I've ever seen he could get to spots. I've never seen a guy be able to slither and slide through very tight holes in defense to then yet Kenny Anderson, and then after that Kevin Edwards Rick Mahorn Armon, Gilliam God, rest his soul Jason Williams. Bunch of great guys was traded at the. In the middle or the start of my third year in Jersey, a butch beard took over AB chance to play for him for about a year and a half was traded to Philly. A John Lucas was the coach with infidels kind of throw in just to be. Totally. Honest. Derrick Coleman was traded for Shawn Bradley for Sally Sally, gap issues, and I wanted to play on it and I wasn't playing a whole lot I wanted to play and I actually said some to about that which probably was a mistake on my part but was straight philly was there in Philadelphia for three years for John Lucas. Johnny Davis Larry Brown I in the middle of Larry Brown's time I was waived but I knew I was getting picked up by the Miami. Heat picked up by Pat Riley a great teams Alonzo Mourning Tim Hardaway Jamal Mashburn for Sean Leonard Dan. Marley. Keith Askins, Great Mark Strickland, dwayne cause was great. Great players There were right on the cusp through a really good team work quieter championship team and I was there for basically about two and a half years seven years total was my nba playing experience. I actually signed a one year deal with the Pacers after going overseas..

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"larry brown" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Nine seven three two and later today Alan we're gonna talk about toilet paper tribulations and triumph right it seems like a timely subject it well it is it is it has been a I am I will discuss topic this week yep absolutely and that's speaking of of noteworthy stories at the bottom of the hour Allen I'm gonna quickly just recap the story last week we ran out of time before he gets to my really really important story about bad neighbors and the larceny of a skeleton skeletons yeah Gallatin larceny which is going to be the new name for my band by that way lately yeah but Allen eight today you know we've walked okay science you've got shot glass gardening yep don't tell me what that is no I don't want any preparation that sounds that sounds that sounds intriguing so dense August science story but it sounds like Kenneth invaders shoulda stuck around for that discussion I don't know but also what do they get this sound making your home feel like the kind of place your kids will want to return to it didn't just mostly trying to get him out well it sounds like a contradiction but I will explain later sell hand if we have time I have a nice little project for for the kids it well for you and the kids that involves buying a new tool and it'll involve one one I gotta quit over to using these things it's a good family project to do in these times sell but before we get to any of that buddy Larry brown I hope is on the phone later you there man yeah I got a good morning okay I push the button correctly saying that but anyway Joe Joe looks away I'm warning you well the the it was flashing but anyway Larry what's going on man interesting week to say the least very very very interested when I mainly learned some trying times and if you notice all the to stick together and I will well yeah we're we'll we'll get through this self Hey Larry we thought today would be a really good time to talk about well with brown refrigeration especially with that the UV lights air quality keeping the air as clean as possible in your home and it sounds like you've got some options for us man but tell us about some of the stuff well you know so you know a lot of people called out this week thank you you know like there is in the homes you know Bob better better environment for all employees.

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"larry brown" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"I just made a you gave the wrong you PDQ because you missed the last one you might that's okay Larry brown it was cornerback the win in with this budget sign down in the dumps the team he in the shot Larry brown the Dallas Cowboys in nineteen ninety six as a cornerback was your Superbowl MVP that year I apologize posture dom is what we got to give you the bums rush thanks for checking in god god take care love that two seven two seven five seven nine one a two five and eight hundred seven seven one wanted you five John your game was X. yeah yeah that one down that's that's that's what we need I thought I thought that Larry brown with trips to the up big time because it doesn't sound like a couple of the I know and I mean he went on to have a great coaching tenure with the pistons in seventy Sixers are probably different Larry brown if you say did a lot of who you it was a man of strong while they're at it thank you I appreciate that just posture dommages the battle rap me so I thought I would have to show a mom he don't want the bars and didn't want and one smoke all right my man a big game MVP or living with C. T. E. Brett forever air a forever ever any I mean far I'm gonna go with NDP how about Brett farb in twenty thirteen was asked to consider returning to the NFL to play for the injury played St Louis rams he turned down the offer telling that you guys busy radio in DC that he suffered memory loss and they feared it was related to multiple concussions he suffered throughout his career his previously as a two thousand nine interview with NBC how many times you've played with a concussion that with the new standards would have resulted in him sitting out a lot he replied why do I enjoy watching the Packers lose I don't hate the Packers I don't know I I think you a lot of it has to do with well for me you know I I look at you know I've got love for the line so any time Packers get beat it's it's it's a good thing but there's something very smarmy about Aaron Rodgers in my opinion like he's not easy to root for agreed I don't know what it is about him that is that that makes me want to root against him personally but something about him makes me want to root against his team and that was a that was a beat down like they look like they did not belong in I mean Aaron Rodgers had trouble holding on to the ball I mean it was bad pretty much all the way around and the diners looked damn good right that was that was ugly the Niners look great and die Jimmy G. fruit for like maybe a hundred yards and they won it's wild that I thought I really do think that team can give it to you anyway they want yeah too low level who are you alleging me too but your initial does go him over Brett farb any day Hey Doug how are you but my homes over both right now are you do you like a Jimmy over time okay was like a crazy I'm good man thank you has your Tuesday doing well very well thank you I'm gonna give you the name of a player you're gonna tell me if he was a big game MVP meaning Superbowl MVP or living with C. T. E. which means he's living with C. T. E. ready yes Sir how about dexter Jackson you live in Tampa and you said dexter Jackson was C. T. I did while I thought this was the give me on the list that was the giving me that I was let them have the first one that was like getting a bye in the first round doctor Jackson of course Super Bowl MVP for your Tampa Bay Buccaneers in two thousand three return interception for a touchdown from not yeah good dude will be back there soon do not allow delivery of their new QB well that's what I be filled right Hey Brian a real pal are you doing awesome thank you appreciate asking them but you may play a little a big game MVP or live with C. T. E. sponsored by PDQ yeah it couldn't do pretty well so far so all right we will indeed Sir not to be cocky no no Ross that bridge I my hand in my pocket not filled **** it myself well how about the name Tony door set number thirty three tell your set I was very yeah he would have to be a T. mobile it would have to say in November twenty thirteen Tony Dorsett announce yet signs of cross can you just make sure he wasn't a Superbowl MVP tighter set at sides of chronic traumatic and sample of thought be a brain disease found in many former football players boxers and hockey players specifically door set referred to memory loss as the major symptom affecting him in retirement I don't think he was a Superbowl MVP I I really thought that I had double check my list so just just a vote for the sake of you know quality control seven two seven five seven nine one a two five and eight hundred seven seven one one or two five R. accuracy department is currently checking to see if Tony doors that is indeed the Superbowl MVP which I do not believe he is now no he is not but he does suffer from C. T. E. really sat through the a live alone who are you I hello Hey Joe has your day but Hey good good man up big game N. B. P. or live in with C. T. Richard dent I do not have say M. B. P. correct Sir the the eighty six Super Bowl the Jim McMahon did not win Superbowl MVP for when they put a beat down on the New England Patriots I believe forty six to ten was our final Richard dent and the bears vaunted defense rolled all over the doing the patriots with Tony Eason as a quarterback do you remember watching the Superbowl I had waited my whole life to see the patriots in the Super Bowl I rooted for them for the awful years of seventy two till now with teams of Steve Grogan Russ Francis Darryl Stingley Sam bam Cunningham watching them suck year after year after year Jim Plunkett and then one year with mostly to to Pooh Tony Eason and a bunch of unlikely Irving fryer and the like they make it to the Superbowl I'm in the habit my patriots they're in the Super Bowl friends over Superbowl party to have time I think it was twenty three to nothing is are you I'm trying to the matter you a child here are no I was like seventeen oh yeah and died and and they got their **** kicked so badly to the Superbowl shuffle of of the of the bears it was awful John was awful that was the year I was born well I did that mean I don't know what to say other than you were born I'm in the same year there was a very angry and sad drew Grob I I just dollars games I missed out on you know yeah I understand he's been with Blair the broken egg sure as hell was it showed about Bernie Kosar that is going to be living with the G. they never with sick well unfortunately because our continues to let deal with the lingering effects of several concussions he sustained during his playing career currently in a treatment program to alleviate the symptoms experimental treatment is been very helpful to Bernie to the point reasonably promoted it in the hopes of other players who may have developed the symptoms of C. T. E. using it themselves we've got the tech you got the tack let's see if you can get the Dow how about Mr.

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"larry brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"On offense and your offense that we were pretty good Larry Brown it was NFL player of the year that year and the pleasure talking to we continue with more of you and America's sports talk show.

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Inside Donald Sterling's Clippers Era

30 For 30 Podcasts

08:06 min | 3 years ago

Inside Donald Sterling's Clippers Era

"Grew up in los angeles in the eighties and i remember watching clipper games on t._v.'s a kid. The games themselves weren't weren't really anything to talk about. I mean the team almost never won and yet the voice of the clippers ralph lawler. Somehow made me care well. That was my job and part of the craft. I just felt that was my job to find a way to keep people interested did in a game. That very often wasn't very interesting because we had a lot of those lottie years. That weren't very interesting but there's always a story to tell if fifteen win season there's some young player or players that you've got a story to tell about them that that humanizes them. That makes people likes them makes people root for them. How rookie was a master at making the clippers likable no matter how much they lost honestly think a lot of fans tuned in for ralph more than the basketball because god knows there was no one at the actual arena except for penny marshall and billy crystal. How did you become a clipper fan because no one was a clipper. They asked me to play. They said listen. We only get four guys tonight. Can you still dribble sports arena. Yeah i had tickets for awhile and we they were great but there was no challenge you know and then a friend of mine calls it's come on. Do you want to go see the clippers play as a all right. There was nobody there. I mean it was a triple double meant. There were three couples. Uh at every level the clippers screamed not showtime but that didn't seem to bother donald sterling or at least it didn't seem to register register. He got a lot of negative press but it was attention. People knew his name and he liked that. That's kind of all. He really wanted to be the center center of attention. That's why he started throwing his party's. They were fabulous donald and shelly sterling's infamous white parties so called because i guess we're expected to come wearing white. Everybody came in white except for donald who got to wear black. L. is just fabulous. It was just a big white party. The biggest white party took place at the end of summer as a way to kick off the basketball season. We'd have the players there. They'd get up on stage and a lot of the fans and a lot of ticket holders. Were there down in the white. Show intel tell don casey attended the party's when he was a coach for the clippers westie cups like this high so you can't drink too much wine little hotdog sticks in a multi-million ekberg. His bailable white party is notorious after uh-huh one time with my wife i i was never allowed to go again. It wasn't quite my style anyway but was so seedy an oily about it is he'd have forgive me but it's true he'd have like grade c actors and actresses. The hangers on the people wanted to get back in show business but he'd also mingle mingle with people who were stars. Billy crystal was one any hired more than just impersonators. There were some lovely ladies walking turnaround. Donald called them hostesses. He had them at every party. He threw he'd actually advertised for them in the paper looking for california model types but they were glorified. Call girls there to look good and entertain. The male guests and shelley had to smile and endure it another public humiliation at the hands for husband too much one. The shelly said maybe not enough. There was always a photographer roadster. He had to have a private photographer for everything everything he did. Give a hand to america where he were walking around him. His voice was talking. He was like yes fabulous. This the mirror quentin richardson was drafted by the clippers in the first round of the two thousand draft he was from chicago played college ball there and then declared for the draft after his sophomore year he was barely twenty years old when he landed in los angeles inexperienced his first donald sterling party. We know we were there whereas the is is his guest athletes but then you had i guess you would say his friends and his normal guest is like you know definitely not the same type hyper looking crowd is we are and so for us. We will kind of standing there and just check everything out and it's like you know. This is for a lot out of us the first time this is the first preseason team type owners meaning or house or any of that. We've ever been to have been involved in so i'm i'm dislike. I'm be respectful say will serve because then i'm over here may want it all and we wanted with player los angeles. This was the best part of the party for donald sterling showing off his players. Don't need have the individual players. Stand up and tell why they love l._a. One of his favorite questions and so you'd have all these guys standing ended up you know danny manning and charles smithson yom mark jackson and stand up and say why they i love l._a. And there's a lot of beautiful girls aren't there and i'm you hong. Come on please. I remember four wilt chamberlain who was getting up there and he was almost at the end of his life and he looked very rail thin to me but he says what what am i doing here. I see you you tell me he goes. I don't even know this guy. It was almost heartbreaking. I was just like okay. I'm ready for somebody to make the first move so soon as somebody else leave. I'm gone like i just don't want to be the first one to leave but from out of here he would hold your hand and just would not let go was it was really really uncomfortable. I mean all my god you. He just wanted to someplace else. The thing is as awkward as these parties were. Donald never seemed happier. He got to be the bell of his own ball and for a few hours a captive audience had to at least pretend to think it was really cool that he owned the worst human basketball because in real life no one was donald sterling so donald found ways to manufacture that for himself to force the conversation to the fact that he he owned the clippers whoever happened to walk up he would ask him advice about the team he would go to the airport after a game and the baggage handlers i would say donald sterling over to me and said. Do you think we should trae. Danny manning you talk to the waiter to restaurant talked to usher at the games is famous. This thing is what i think of my coach just as likely he'd be listening to a cabdriver as he would be to a general manager a scout in bach loud he would call me sometimes was late at night. You know i'm roy firestone. You know everybody. You've watched all these interviews. Tell me about larry brown and why he should be the coach of our team. It's ten hindu eleven at night. It's the owner of the clippers. I'm not a basketball coach analysts. He goes roy. Your opinion matters you know he called billy crystal said. What do you think of larry brown. If you say i should hire him. I'm hiring them. Billy crystal must've told him to hire larry brown because he did and it was a good higher in one thousand nine hundred and again in nineteen ninety-three brown actually led the clippers to the playoffs for the first time since before donald on the team but then

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"larry brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Larry brown. Really, you know who I don't we've heard from Stevie Carbone? Steve Kerr bulk win it. What's up Stevo you coming in June twenty-first, the twenty fifth anniversary of the smack off when we return, the Renzo Alexander of the Buffalo Bills joins us max Muncie. Next hour. Time for sports update here. It is this guy's a legend. This guy is a savage. This guy is rich Ackerman. Sports flash. And Jim, this report is brought to you by Wrangler outdoor pants and shirts made with durable fabrics moisture management in new PF thirty protection, Wrangler, outdoor clothing with outdoor credibility in everyday versatility only try them on today. The NBA finals begin tomorrow on the rockets came up short once again. Now according to ESPN, GM, Daryl Morey is making every player on his roster and draft picks available baseball this afternoon. Rubber game in the Bronx between the Yankees and Padres. And it's New York in front, two nothing in the top of the second DJ LeMay. Hugh, and Luke void with back to back homers in the first void it's as fourteen and in the National League, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati being held up by rain. The Astros already without George Springer and Jose altuve will now be without shortstop Carlos Correa for four to six weeks due to a fractured rib game two of the Stanley Cup finals tonight in Boston. The blues look even the series they score. The first two goals in game one, but then gave up four unanswered, the game tying goal came when they were shorthanded one of five penalties on the night. They were called for and teams that have won game. One have won over seventy seven percent of the series RAF in dall- straight sets winner today, the French Open, also, moving on with Sloan Stevens, Machaca DA here tomorrow morning. It's a thirsty Thursday with Antonio Daniels. The NBA finals,.

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"larry brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It's more underlying concern because will and I were talking about the year yesterday that somewhere whether it be on the dark web or wherever it is. There is some sort of market for your DNA. And somebody's found a reason because they're heading out twenty dollar bills. Just get a swab. They're getting something in return. And I'm not just talking about the people in the white van. I'm talking about who they're passing this. And that's more disturbing than anything else. But yeah, I think Lamont's actually he's right on right on point. Yeah. We'll do anything illegal. He's going to tell us how it can become illegal. But in in some of the machinations of then though, so we'll get an update on the Iroquois shooting that occurred as well. You know, guys playing basketball, really, she's Zion Williams, and guess what? He's got now. One two three. Six brands that are going after him and the latest word on the street is that Mr. Williamson could have ten million dollars a year offer for wearing shoes. So they are Nike. Of course, Adidas under armor, new balance Puma and anti ever heard of anti. I haven't either apparently they're made in China. And like, I said the report of this. Larry Brown sports are saying that the one of those companies willing to offer him Tim million a year for Williamson. So do you just go ahead and go Nike, Allah, Jordan, or do you become your own Jordan? If you're Zion William sending go with like, a company like anti or Puma, who's not that big on the shoe seen when it comes to the plenty of advisers Courtney had the story last week said they're looking for his blown tire. They can't find it right shoe. He blew out because evidently who wants that thing is beyond me. And it's not anything quarter of a million dollars more power. If you've got that kind of Jackson spent I don't want somebody's all sweaty shoe gonna do put it up on your local sports bar on Mike and give them if they want. A drought, right. Only know what size. He wears Zion. Linson? We'll be set for life. Oh my God. No matter how he doesn't NBA. He'll be set for life. Absolutely. Right. Ten and a half away from seventy Scott. I'm tony. Tony Cruz Kentucky has we'll take a break when we come back. Paul Rogers has the players actually competing in the final four then and women who start tonight, but I will Clark's working on headlines tabby, our Tony here are the stories. We're following this morning who shot and killed a man in Iroquois park will have the latest on that situation coming up and Nelson county a man taunts police and then gets bitten by a dog. We'll explain and we'll get a look at national news. Plus, traffic and weather all in ten minutes on Kentucky and has morning news at bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in.

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Homework is much harder when you can't get online at home

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:27 min | 3 years ago

Homework is much harder when you can't get online at home

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by aqua. The open source digital experience company. Brands, often struggled to find a comprehensive solution to power their drubel websites and applications aqueous platform enables you to build operate in optimize at scale as the open source leader. Aqua gives customers around the world the freedom to build tomorrow on their terms. Learn more awkward dot com and by Rochester institute of technology. Faculty and students at Rochester institute of technology have been studying fish inspired by their short powerful movements. A team of creative engineering students are using design thinking and innovative technology to construct robotic fish, it just might create the next wave of prosthetic devices. They're onto something life changing. Learn more about the project at RIT dot EDU slash tech. Hallmark is a lot harder. When you can't get online at home from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm Tracey Samuelson in for Molly would. Homework is a big part of any child's education and homework today means getting online to watch a video the teacher assigned do research Philip forms and worksheets but pure research says almost a quarter of students from low income families often struggled to finish their homework because they lack a dependable computer or internet connection. It's what experts referred to as the hallmark gap. Just Clark is an education reporter at New Orleans public radio in a city where nearly forty percent of children live in poverty to help understand the homework gap. She shares one students experience I wanted to find out what it's liked try to graduate high school without internet access. So I met a student. I know outside his school went after noon. Can you just introduce yourself? I'm Larry Brown. How old are you? Currently nineteen Leary is super thoughtful. In fact, when I met him he was getting ready to head to American University in DC to speak on a panel about gun. Violence money is tight for his family. There's no extra New Orleans teachers, I've talked to say about half their students don't have internet access at home. Do you have internet at home? Now. Do you ever? Do your homework on your phone. Sort of use the internet and the answers eventually come up to me. The keyboard is not the best thing to try to type on sometimes the phone just doesn't cut it not for a project like a research paper for that. Larry needs a full size screen a reliable connection and an actual keyboard at either go to Ibrar, but any other place that has no in excess or of I was like ask a friend who does have access or I'd like put it down to or put it on my gender. Yes. Larry keeps an agenda. He's a planner. He has to be with his schedule. Larry works late nights at a fast food place. But sometimes even with all the planning getting online for homework just doesn't work out like for this one science project when he had to map out of food chain. So it's like only forty minutes and me being in the library. And then we're so that became pretty problematic 'cause I couldn't keep going through. Run into the library trying to hear them and get what I cannot in and didn't run to work. So I kind of gave honestly really was your teacher say well, explain his you understand their, you know, you have a lot going on in your life. And I see that you are still trying she had to fail him on that assignment. Leary says most of his assignments don't require the internet. But the ones that do are often important things that make up a big part of his grade a lot of things on the internet that can meet work a lot easier than not having gets kind of like, oh, if only you know, he just keeps trying finding ways to get online and get his work done. That's just clerk in Orleans. You can find more digital divide stories at marketplace dot org. Look for the series called evenly distributed. And now for some related links one. I was school district is turning to local businesses to increase internet access after hours a local bakery pharmacy a couple of fast food chains. Have all agreed to let kids use their wifi to do homework. The superintendent of winter set community schools told Ed search site for education tech news that not a single business. She reached out to turn her down. And at the other end of the digital divide. The New York Times took a look this fall at affluent families concerns that their children are spending too much time with technology. Some parents featured in the story we're joining forces to try and limit their kids screen time. They're concerned technology's impact on their children's, health and development outweighs educational opportunities. It might offer. I'm Tracey Samuelson. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. 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"larry brown" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"He has been ostracized any more than a guy like Joe Dumars should be ostracized from being an executive at the National Basketball Association considering effect. He wants got it the Detroit Pistons to six straight NBA the Eastern Conference finals and back to back NBA finals appearances along with an NBA championship. He's the got a higher recall. He's the gotta hide Larry Brown. He's got a high at elite flips orders. God blesses. So the bottom line is Joe Dumars has proven himself Scott Perry, the general manager for the New York. Knicks who's pretty damn good at his job, by the way, work done to Joe do boss. I have a hard time stomaching the fact that two individuals like this clearly qualified and beyond competent for these jobs aren't even being given a look. There's a problem with that. And I'll leave it there. For now. It eight say he has been edited seven to nine three seven seven six. By the way, John rant. Probably will be the number two overall pick in the draft considering the way to perform for Murray state this year brother can play he specials a special talent. But I told y'all wanna see him against competition. And when he went against Florida state. There was a hell of a lot different than going against Moore. Wasn't it? I mean that was like a dunk line. They were just too big for Murray state, then have a chance, but that doesn't mean he's not going to be a special pro I think it'd be worthy number two overall pick. And I'd love to see New York or LA get him. Pot away. One of the note before I go to the calls. I'm incredibly sad. About a story about lavar ball and Lonzo ball and the big baller brand. Lonzo ball for those of you who don't know point golfing. The Los Angeles Lakers. Decided to several all ties with the big baller brand. Apparently, his father's partner and a longtime family friend by the name of Alan foster..

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"larry brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"At buffalo NATO sad to coach against Bobby Hurley and Arizona state Arizona state destroyed Saint John's they got into the tournament to play buffalo and NATO was an assistant. Under Bobby Hurley when Bobby Hurley was at buffalo. Larry Brown once told me something before a game when he was at SMU that it's no fun to coach against your friends. And you're going to see that with Duke UCF with dockings into ski, and you're going to see that. And you did see that with NATO. Bobby Hurley thing with buffalo though. They had a good team last year a team that obviously, you know, about what happened against Arizona. And you want to see how they will perform in the year after and Buffalo's Bill team all year long that has been a very very solid team ever big guard who go down low even in the post in play some solid defense. Am buffalo against an Arizona state team that clearly Hurley knows buffalo. Very well. You wonder how close that game of being even a contest so a big credit to the bowls of buffalo for securing the big lopsided victory in what was probably rewarding, but also a little bit tough with the emotions in it between Hurley NO. So those are what really catches my eye right now on the NC double A tournament. Go through some of the upsets, I'm still waiting for the buzzer beater. That's what I'm still waiting for. I want to see it. So you wanna talk NC double a hoops. We could do that right now as marches here. It's March madness. Eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two onto forty two twenty seven what has stood out to you the most so far and the opening round of the NC double A tournament as we do foot the page later today in the round the thirty two, and we'll know some teams I'll be going to the Sweet Sixteen, but let's talk round one who stood out here. What are you love the most? What's the story line that you think is the best one right now? We'll take your phone calls when we come back at eight five five two.

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"larry brown" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on PTI

"Because quote, he's got fifty two kids under him. All right. Tony was plenty of unrest in that locker room last season. So are you okay? With the GM saying, Ben could basically say, whatever the heck he wants. I don't know about being. Okay. I don't know that this is a right or wrong situation. I think it's a it's a reset of priorities. I mean, you know, bell not going to be there Brown not going to be there. Who's your most important asset? It's been rothlisburger. Ben Rothlisberger is a drama Queen. Yeah. Everybody understands that. He's going to be critical of players. Anyway, this way what you're doing is. You're allowing him to do what he has done for years. And you're saying to him you're. For our big guy. So we're going to live with this. The only downside to me. Here is did Mike Tomlin sign off on this. Because of Ben begins to carp publicly at Tommy, that's bad and he's done. Well, he's done that to the players that is Tom Brady did up by manning. I don't think Peyton Manning except for the kicker that one year when when he got on the kick drunken kick, otherwise they don't do that. And to me the type of leadership if Ben Rothlisberger is in the locker room. He's calling you seems on the sidelines coaches. He does that I understand that. But it's different when it's your team mates. If you go to your teammate, and you say you have a problem with them. That's one thing behind closed doors. You're doing it on a radio program. It looks like you're grandstanding in your teammates and not going to respond to how many times, we know coaches, your guy, Larry Brown could sometimes be like this where they might kill a guy behind closed doors, and then publicly stand up with a guy this way, the players like, you know, what my coach has my I would look at this more as strategy than anything else. I would say we have a value. Waited Ben Rothlisberger. He is our most important player..

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"larry brown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"So dude Eshelman getting the MVP. I heard you saying this morning could have gone to a defensive player, I'll probably share easily and probably should have give it to Belichick is the question. Did you give it to? I mean, I thought Stefan Gilmore was deserving Hightower. Had two sacks, right? After starting in a defensive game. You probably should have taken just given was relentless though. He was in in the Rams never figured him out. They never get whether it was to leave or Peters or they never figured out how to Dublin they never figured out a Chuck them. They never figured out how to stop them off the line disrupt him, and he's just he was he was as open as the day is long. It was just an I just thought we were. I felt like it was a box score MVP was let's look and see who had the best game offensively. And that's kinda who got well, you know. And if you're going to get into sometimes gives the giving out of an MVP and a Super Bowl can sometimes be sort of an artificial thing. Brady you thought possibly, right? Talked about sixteen when Montana got it. It was like isn't that great again? You give it to the quarterback defensive players have won eight in our lifetime ever, Larry Brown. The Cowboys game proposed in high like in retroactive MVP handing out. Let's give it a Dan bonds for that goal line tackle in eighty one or eighty two actually I'll give it to Archie reach for pumping his fist pump was good. So anyway. Copes and you look at a kid like Jared Goff in Sean McVay, and you think of it in terms of the forty Niners. Does this? Does this slow the Rams role enough that the ninth enroll in gos- still gonna be wandering around in a daze next year when they come to leave is not come on. Yeah. Sean McVeigh he's got his act together. They just they I said it briefly this morning. I think having gone to Super Bowls in the past as a veteran team. Like the way the pats are relative to the Rams having to go through this for the first time two weeks of waiting all this stuff. Overnight. David a great point. He said the Rams also had to answer questions for two weeks about the saints. Yeah. Right. They didn't get a chance to move by the way. Did you guys? See New Orleans didn't stop. They March in the city ice cream. Mama's starting to respect how insane they are. I mean, these guys are out of their mind. Interesting. You've already flipped so now you're onboard. We'll have gone so long. Three. Bobby Sands hunger strike in the prisons, dude. It's incredible. Okay. Now, let me just stick up for the Rams one little bit here. Just for the hell of it. Because we got four hours to kill on a ridiculous Super Bowl, right? This is I'm telling I'm ranking all time great stands one Bobby Sands Northern Ireland two the saints fans after the Super Bowl. By Trump and a Santoni strokes deep geopolitically. Yes, they did in nineteen Eighty-one a bunch of Irish prisoners went on hunger strike to protest Britain's occupation of Northern Ireland. It was legendary was global news in one guy the leader the leader, Bobby Sands. He went the distance. You can only to the house you stick it to the house. He was like, that's it. Now, there's pain. Even at the end. They're like come on, bro. Some water is like no f Britain a went down. He went down still talking about them forty years later it worked. Saints fans in the streets to her neck three top three came into. Okay. The NFL's completely hollow attempt to cozy up Luther King before the game. There's kind of a failure. You guys won't even employ this guy for. I was I was kind of offended but the simplest non violent gesture that Colin Kaepernick has done. He can't get a gig. And now you're coming in and telling us that you guys are best BFF's with the king family mad, really bad for. Yeah. It was really bad for him. Anyway. I'm stick up for the Rams two things one. There was a point in the third quarter where they started to put it together girly broker run. First down away holding on. I'm not Sullivan. I think call it on Senator John Sullivan. No replay ever never saw it. We're like, wait. Okay now..

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"larry brown" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Mike Brown ref dot com or you can you could get some Facebook. Also. So we're all on all the social media platforms. So you know, if we can help you. Any of your heating and air conditioning. Well, you know, we're still phone call or click your mouse away while Larry, hey, man this week. I was a, you know, I I'm always concerned about technology taking artificial intelligence taking over and turning us into the interning us into the Terminator something I gotta admit the smart home system really came in handy for me this week. I have a customer that has the smart home system. I believe I I think it might have been one a year installs. But anyway, the, you know, a lot of times I'll go into a home in the alarm goes off and in the old days, the police would show up and I'd have to explain that. I'm not breaking in. I'm actually there to build something or and she just put picked up her phone clicked. Clicked on the app turned it off she unlocked the door for me. It was great, man. Do these smart home systems are really handyman? I have to admit. Well, he's a lot more flexibility because you know, watch yourself there. Disguise. No, I'm okay. If you had a camera keep an eye on what they're doing while though. There's a home, right? Leave. Bleachers. Obviously. All your appliance could off the way technology, which is the small homes off right off of. Yeah. And so you'll be able to tongue in Washington. All going. The home. So if you're not if you're not on that platform, I would highlight is you. Yeah. And it seems like it just expands every day all the features. But I love the fact that you can control it remotely from you. You know from your smartphone and everything is just really handy. And I mean, especially if you've got because my kids are getting to an age where they're going to be moving out soon. Thank goodness. And I, you know, especially for my daughter, I wanna know that she's safe, and it's it's it's definitely going to have to get that feature for her for her new place too. So yeah. Absolutely. Provide so many. Then you can also turn on lights remotely turn on and off white. So if you're. Her lights on and off to simulate somebody's in their own home at night, especially these ladies. You know, you don't want to a dog on the line for you to get out of the car mature see everything's secure before you even when the house. Yeah. But but Larry again, I think you guys need to take it to the next level and get this. So that they can maybe you can remotely close your toilet. Lid. So the snakes aren't coming in or something. I don't know. How far is? We're in the works on that. You got a snake detection app? Art, larry. Hey, we're coming up on a break. Give us one more time. How do we get in touch with the good people at Brown refrigeration? Okay. You could give us a call. Obviously nano one three six two one eight eight one or you can check us out on the internet at Brown or yellow dot com. Or you can check Facebook. We'd love to hear from the awesome. All right. Well, good luck. In your meeting today, sir. I'm I'm kind of curious what that's all about. Larry's always got a lot of things going on that he keeps. He's an iceberg. He basically, you know, you see about ten percent with Larry Brown guys. Man. He's he's a heavy heavy guy. So I'll be intrigued to see where this is going. But it's always good talking to our buddy Larry Brown. So hey Allen today on the fix it up show. I've got a I I guess this is going to be a new say, maybe it's not a new segment, but we're gonna call this carpentry confessions. I I have a.

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"larry brown" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on First Things First

"Because he had a point where he could have gone to left or right. He read the blockers renew. He had two guards on the linebackers knew he had his running back, and he decided to split them and try to make that attempt a lot of quarterbacks they wouldn't do that a lot of quarterbacks trying to manage their overall health and everything so for me that Prescott and his ability to accept that game plan and to build a run that football when they needed that third and fourteen to me was the difference in a great football game. See it's not I say wasn't only the biggest play in this game. That is the biggest play by a Dallas cowboy since Larry Brown picked off Neil O'Donnell and Super Bowl thirty. Is that game you might say, wait how is twenty three years since that? Well, think about it. They only won two playoff game since then the only the one close call would be Terrance Williams touchdown catch from Romo in their playoff win over the lions like this this one the football game. They first and goal from the one like they're going to score tops down. They're going. To go to scores and they're going to win the game. And if your deck Prescott at least at this point is career, and I think it's probably fair to say even next year and his career. He's not going to be one of the five or eight or maybe even ten best pure passers of the football. So the way he can have create added value is things like this is winning plays in the most critical moments. So like this touchdown drive combined with the seven play seventy five yard touchdown drive to in the first half. And that got them in the end zone for the first time Zeke had a huge forty four yard run on third and one on that play where Seattle had everyone compact any bounce it outside like though, those are winning moments in a game that Seattle had a very questionable game plano offensively. Dallas took advantage, and they stuck to who. They were Zeke had thirty touches Dak made the one mistake. We talked about the siphon that play relatively clean game avoided. The critical sacks that killed him earlier in the year. And in the biggest spot may de biggest play of the year. Not only for the Cowboys, maybe in the NFL. And that's what Zeke is talking about. When he talks about grown, man. He talking about making good decisions like when they came into this league. And they have been through a lot. They've been under the microscope a lot in this their third season together to postseason, but they were kids coming into them. Both have made mistakes on and off the field some one and the other none. But that's what you expect. When the Dallas Cowboys Jerry drafted these guys. He expected them to be in these big games. Making those types of decisions and running the football the way Zeke dick Zeke play like he was a grown, man and z got it. Right. As far as describing that and his decision making in this ball game because that's numbers were pedestrian best. But he found a way to win the game. Which is all you can ask for a quarterback, especially when you're looking at quarterback for the feature on the other side of the ball. Why why couldn't Seattle why couldn't say it'll pull this out? If I'm Seattle, and I'm Pete Caroline, Brian Schottenheimer, and I start rewatching this. I understand who they've been all years running football team. But part of the reason they've been running football team is they've been dominant running the ball the. Yeah, they've ever thirty five Russia's a game in the last thirteen weeks, but that's one hundred seventy yards averaging five yards per carry in that stretch. They called this football game. They would've called it. No different. Blake Bortles was their quarterback. Throwing was a last resort at all times. Despite the fact that hey, you have Russell Wilson be Dallas's defense. Affront was playing a tremendous game. It was very clear by midway through the second quarter. They could not successfully run the ball on first and second down yet. They tried to call runs on first and second down the entire game. They treated a pass like it was only for emergencies fourth and six I guess we'll let them pass not shocking. Russell makes a perfect pass down. Ten two minutes left. I guess we're gonna like they I think they're going to regret not us..

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"larry brown" Discussed on First Things First

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03:39 min | 3 years ago

"larry brown" Discussed on First Things First

"They're not worried about you running the ball. They actually hope you run it. So then you kicked a field goal on fourth down. This is not a first down play brilliant. Call by them. But it was to try to get the ball for easy chip shot. If they get to easy chip shot compared to a touchdown, then Dow's could very easily lose this game that touchdown drive in converting, right? There was the biggest play in the game in that being Hetty enough to be able to because he had a point where he could have gone to left or right. He read the blockers renew. We had two guards on the linebackers knew he had his running back, and he decided to split them and try to make that attempt a lot of quarterbacks they wouldn't do that. A lot of quarterbacks trying to manage their overall health and everything so for me that Prescott in his ability to accept that game plan and the Bill to run that football when they needed that third and fourteen to me was the difference in a great football. See it's not I probably say wasn't only the biggest play in this game. That is the biggest play by a Dallas cowboy since Larry Brown picked off Neil O'Donnell and Super Bowl thirty. Is that game you might say, wait how is twenty three years since that? Well, think about it. They only won two playoff game since then the only the one close call would be Terrance Williams touchdown catch from Romo in their playoff win over the lions like this this one the football game. They first and goal from the one like they're going to score down. They're going to go to scores and they're going to win the game. And if your deck Prescott at least at this point is career, and I think it's probably fair to say even next year in his career. He's not going to be one of. The five or eight or maybe even ten best pure passers of the football. So the way he can have create added value is things like this is winning plays in the most critical moments. So like this touchdown drive combined with the seven play seventy five yard touchdown drive to in the first half. And that got them in the end zone for the first time Zeke had a huge forty four yard run on third and one on that play where Seattle had everyone compact any bounce it outside like though, those are winning moments in a game that Seattle had a very questionable game plano offensively. Dallas took advantage, and they stuck to who. They were Zeke had thirty touches Dak made the one mistake. We talked about the siphon that play relatively clean game avoided. The critical sacks that killed him earlier in the year. And in the biggest spot may de biggest play of the year. Not only for the Cowboys, maybe in the NFL. And that's what Zeke is talking about. When he talks about grown, man. He talking about making good decisions like when. They came into this league. And they have been through a lot. They've been under the microscope a lot in this their third season together to postseason, but they were kids coming into them. Both have made mistakes on and off the field some one and the other none. But that's what you expect Dallas Cowboys Jerry drafted these guys. He expected them to be in these big games. Making those types of decisions and running the football the way Zeke dick Zeke play like he was a grown, man and z got it. Right. As far as describing debt and his decision making in this ball game because Dax numbers were pedestrian best. But he found a way to win the game. Which is all you can ask for a quarterback, especially when you're looking at quarterback for the feature on the other side of the ball. Why why couldn't Seattle why couldn't say it'll pull this out if I'm Seattle, and I'm Pete Caroline, Brian Schottenheimer, and I start rewatching this. I understand who they've been all years running football team. But part of the reason they've been running football team is they've been dominant running the ball the..

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