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"marty glickman" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Of sports and will react to Georgia and Alabama, the league championship series in Major League Baseball and weak number six in the NFL, Keyshawn J. Willing Zubin Monday at 6 A.m. Eastern on ESPN Radio and ESPN News. There's so many things you just said that I want to react to the first is that Marty Glickman was my father's favorite announcer. And whenever I would tell him that I wanted to be Marv Albert, he would say, Well, you realise Marv Albert is just imitating Marty Glickman. That was my father. You'll have to excuse him. He's no longer with us, but he loved Marty Glickman and many people don't I don't even know how many people today know who Marty Glickman was. But he was a new Olympic track athlete. He ran with Jesse. All right. Yeah, like that was an excellent documentary that HBO did. Ah, couple of years ago on Marty, and if it dealt with his going to Uh, Berlin for the Olympics and 36. I have great discussions within about this because he was Still a zit unimaginable, said he wasn't allowed to run because Hitler had frowned upon a Jewish athletes would, eh? As Marti used to tell me if I had run in the relay with Jesse as the lead, man, I would have had a gold medal, you know, so he was scheduled. I was pulled out of the last At the last moment, and it was just a terrific documentary are Marty and and through Marty. I was able to Ah spent time with Jesse Owens, which was, you know, wonderful experience because they remain close. Right until I would say the last days of Jesse, but yes, Your father was right on it. I mean, Marti said. The style and the tone. For covering basketball on the radio he developed so many of the phrase is, uh, you know, the ball comes out of the back court to the right sideline right quarter. Down the lane. All that all that kind of stuff. It all came from Mari. So I I know that people who are aware of him or broadcasters who grew up in his era. Uh we'll give him full credit for all he did in terms of developing sportscasting. And now that you've said that I have to ask you about Jesse Jones and I did not know about that relationship. But we in the world in which we live today, where social justice has been such an incredibly Front and center subject within the world of sports. I did a whole special on ESPN this summer about that, and one of the stories that we told was was Jesse Owens when he came back From the Olympics. He said that what what hurt him the most was coming back here and not being invited to the White House to shake the president's hand that bothered him more than anything that happened to him in Hitler's Germany. And so I just love to hear from you. I don't know much about him as a person. What was Jesse Owens like is as a person. He was such a gentleman and you could talk. Anything with him, you know, and I used to love to talk. With Marty and Jesse about you know the experience in the Olympics, particularly a zoo. I went on to do you know for five Olympic Competition's, uh, he was just a nice you know, a really nice person on You know, As it turns out, Jackie Robinson's brother was on that Olympic team. Also, he was a track man. What? That's it aside. Uh, but I couldn't tell you. Anything specifically about Jessie is accept the fact that he was really good company and you know, it was a great Storyteller, and Hay and Marty have this wonderful relationship. I I didn't realize what you just told me, though, that he was not invited to the White House. That's incredible. Yeah, he He spoke of that. And that was in the research that I did anyway. He's He's one of the legendary figures that I think has come back to a degree of prominence based upon the The tenor of the conversation We've been having of late then to go back and react to another of the things you said. When you talk about the sense of humor. I think that is one of the things that attracted so many of your fans like me to your work, and I have, many said I used to host a show called Mike and Mike for many years, and one of the biggest things that ever happened to us was when David Letterman started putting us on his show. We had a show and we were we were starting to become popular. We were starting to become a little bit well known. And then David Letterman started having us on and that I think that Maura than anything else that led more than anything else to whatever it is, we ultimately became. What? Tell me about how you first started going on with him because your appearances on Letterman all those years at NBC were the stuff of legend. Ah, David last if you said that, but Ah, it was a great experience, and it really started because when I was doing the local sports at NBC in New York, Dave's studio was right across from us. So it was great at first, you know, you see all these just Well, don't people, you know in the hall, who would just be going across to the bake up room on so I I got to know David. He's Ah Ah do sports fan. And, uh, terrific guy I wanna be. I wanna be you and Mike being on the show Several problems. You guys were good, but he saw that I was doing what I call the wild of the wacky, which would be blooper plays in the studio every month in which you know the camera people in the on air people would laugh to be giggles and all that stuff. And he said to me, you know, that would be great with a lot of studio audience, and he was right. So he started putting the odd and Ah, we had a really nice relationship, but he wouldn't As a city put it. There were short of a guest. He would take me out of the closet Put, you know be on the show. I'd be waiting in a special area as a standby guest. So I would do bits with him to be always have me do various crazy stuff. I'd even every for awhile on Thanksgiving. A turned out. I'd have nicked piece or games in Indianapolis and his mom lived there, so we always arrange to take something with his mom at Former house in Indianapolis, where she'd be making a turkey and pies you have you have to guess what kind of pie But does he have made deep stuff like that?.
"marty glickman" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma
"You know, I look now and I've seen doing the games, you know, and and it used to be that women did. You know, they would wheel out by let's get our token woman to do a woman's game. And that would be the only time you would see them working on television. And I I would say, you know, I mean like who was back then we are. Lesley Visser was doing a lot of stuff back in those and. Who was the girl? The woman. Yeah. But even before that during them even before that. Phyllis George was doing the NFL around and that was a while back. So it was rare. And it was almost like a a novelty, and you know, and then I think all of a sudden, you know, you started to see. You know, Robin Roberts is doing the she's on ESPN. Sportscenter person. Now of a sudden she's doing play by play. And now of a sudden, you know, you go in and you see a woman doing play by play and doing the color commentating. And doing the sideline. So the the world that you're inhabiting right now is so much different than the one. I grew up in. And it must feel good for you. You know, people asked me, you know. Hey, look. You know, you've done this for women's basketball. But don't people look at you the same way like say Holly, you know, you're you're. A household name. If if people say Holly road, they all know who who they're talking about saying, oh, yes, she's the one that does women's basketball football player football fans. No, you baseball fans. No you softball fans. No. You, you know, track a feel fans. No you. I wanna give Leslie visitors some credit here because I I was an internet. I was telling you for CBS sport. And I met Lesley Visser, and she was really nice to me, you know, I'd just gotten out of college at inching work city. And they have this talent seminar to get ready for the March madness for the tournament thing this was in ninety one or ninety two probably ninety two and I'm passing out the binders, you know, I'm like the low level in passing stuff out. And she's really nice to me. We ended up coming friendly. And she says maybe ever thought about five nine reporting. And I thought about being a reporter and an inker, but I didn't know what by reporting what? So so I really credit a lot of my career success to lessen Visser. She's the first one that ever said that me, and then I started really watching her and she set up a meeting for me with guy named Marty Glickman. Do you know who that is? Marty Glickman used to do the Yukon men's games. Now. Did he yes, yes? He was the voice of uconn basketball. Yes. I did not know that. So he was obviously, very famous..
"marty glickman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The board of directors of Marin county school district met tonight to to consider changing its name KCBS. Jeffrey Schaub reports a coalition of parents teachers and civil rights advocates submitted petitions to change the name of the Dixie district in northern San Rafael, the Dixie school district has been around since the first Dixie one room schoolhouse was built in eighteen sixty some say it was named after the confederacy others. The name of a woman who was a friend of the man who built it Bruce Anderson is African American he says, it really doesn't matter to him how and why the Dixie school and Dixie school district received its name in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine I delivered my son to a school named Dixie with a lot of trepidation with. That name because I was raised in Dixie segregation advocates for a name change stability petitions to the school board, which will automatically trigger a formal review of the name Marty Glickman is a board member we have an obligation to teach history to our students. There are those who oppose the name change one woman. Leslie, pardon said, quote, my position is I support keeping the Dixie named one hundred percent, but I am afraid to give a further statement. She says I have been publicly demeaned on the website next door. And my attorney has advised me not to make any further comment in San Rafael, Jeffrey, Schaub KCBS Matteo county sheriff's deputies are looking for a suspect accused of grabbing a girl last night at Woodside high school in Redwood City officials say the girl was walking with a friend when she said the man rode his bike between the to slow down and then groped the girl. The young male suspect was reportedly seen riding a bike around campus. For about three hours prior sports coming up KCBS news time eleven thirteen stylized.
"marty glickman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In San Francisco General lane KCBS, the board of directors of Marin county school district meets this evening to consider changing its name KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports that a coalition of parents teachers and civil rights advocates met to submit petitions to the Dixie school board to ask for that name change. The Dixie school district has been around since the firm. Dixie one room schoolhouse was built in eighteen sixty some say it was named after the confederacy others. The name of a woman who was a friend of the man who built it, Bruce Anderson is African American he says, it really doesn't matter to him how and why the Dixie school and Dixie school district received its name in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine I delivered my son to a school named Dixie with a lot of trepidation with that name because I was raised in their Dixie segregation advocates for a name change submitted petitions to the school board, which will automatically trigger a formal review of the name Marty Glickman is a board member you have an obligation to teach history to our students. There are those who oppose the name change one woman. Leslie, pardon said, quote, my position is I support keeping the Dixie named one hundred percent, but I am afraid to give a further statement. She says I had been publicly demeaned on the website next door. And my attorney has advised me not to make any further comment. In San Rafael, Jeffrey, Schaub, KCBS UC Berkeley, police officers have arrested six protesters who tried to block the removal of five trees at Berkeley's people's park. The university says that the trees are. Diseased and dying and need to be removed. Protesters believe it is the beginning of the end for the park between ten and fifty people began sleeping in people's park. Earlier this month to prevent the trees from being taken out campus. Police say that the CHP assisted with this morning's arrests for taking part in what they describe as illegal encampment. They expect all tree work to be completed in the park by the end of today. Just ahead on KCBS. I'm duck sovereign in San Jose. Where the mayor returns to city hall two weeks after a terrible by crash thrilled to be back at work at the job..
"marty glickman" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"The ten o'clock hour in the board is still jumping. And we want to get some of you involve in that conversation. We're going to start off with Jim from quakertown. Good morning. Jim. Sorry. A real pleasure. Thank you. Just your opinion. We'll foul shoot. Yes. If he was an advert good or even average. How many more points mighty us Gordon's career? I would say probably off the top of my head, maybe four thousand more. Oh, jeez. Okay. Okay. I you going to say maybe a thousand. No, okay. No, no. We'll went to the foul line quite a bit. But not as much as he should have. And I tell these stories all the time. You know when the referees, and I speak to them guys that era, and Earl Yogi strong is one of the great referees of all time right from this area before he passed away. And he said to me says sunny, we could not call all the fouls that were committed against will. I say why you say we couldn't get the game completed. So when you watching the games and you're seeing what's going on. I can vividly as I'm speaking to you right now, see we'll we'll into the low post. There's a play on his left arm as a player on his right arm. He takes both of them up. And says what floor you're getting off before I dunk you in the basketball. Okay. Let me just drop this in Wilton. I grew up at the same time. We both started off playing and shooting. In fact, when I started playing basketball and the late forties and fifties. Even when I went to high school. I started shooting underhand like Wilk did. So we'll did the same thing because we had people who shot that way back in the day, then he developed the ability to be able to shoot the ball from the foul line one hand wilt was a very good shooter from outside. But a person told him when he was young that you have no value to the team. This you established in the low post we used to play around the world and play horse. And there are games that he used to win. He's never to handset you out at one and stab. And that that shot that Dirk Nowitzki is noted for that's will shot. Nobody talks about it. Dirk nowitzki. Didn't didn't discover that shot? We'll shot that shot all the time. In terms of his fadeaway off the backboard, and he also is one of the five greatest Bank shooters that has ever played in the game of basketball. Sunny. Thank you very much. My pleasure. All right. Take care. Happy new year to you. Let's go to John and Williamstown John. Good morning. The kinda sunny hill, John stone. My main man. What's that? Not much not much. Congratulations on fifty. Thank you. And it's a personal honor to interact with you over the last five years, and let me drop this in John since you spoke about as many say that the end of the show starting next week. We're going to have different individuals that I've touched along the way on the head an impact in their career in this business that are going to be joining us on a regular basis. So each week. Thereabouts. We will be hearing from the James Brown's of the world the Mike quicks of the world of the Aldrich of the world. Stephen a Smith of the world. Whomever, all these people that I was able to touch and help them to get started in this business. You know, one of my colleagues spoke about the Stephen A went to school, man. In Winston Salem. He said he was a great debater back. Then. Who was a great debate back. Then. Intimidate, Stephen, a Smith was a cream puff. No, really. Come on. You know, how Stephen a Smith developed this style and people call me about this to some degree his style evolved on what I was able to do back in the day. Now, I called him the first black Howard Cosell, and I also gave him the name Steven eight, okay. Go ahead. All right. All right. On another note the eagles. And again, you know, Nick foles, he's bowling like, one of your contemporaries out of Brooklyn Basketball, Hall of fame. Nate Smith's NBA champion Lenny Wilkins. I like that. I like Lander pressure. He is calm. Yuck. Distributes the bowl. Yeah. Yeah. That's a good analogy because Lenny always played under control. And for those people are not aware. Lenny Wilkins is the second winningest coach in the history of the NBA hall of Famer as a coach and he's a hall of Famer as a basketball player, there's only been several individuals coach John wooden comes to my mind as one of them. There's only a handful of people that have been in Naismith memorial Basketball Hall of fame both as a coach and a player, and as you say one of my guys, and and the guy that helped raise him and had an impact on his game was the same person that raised me guy. Rodgers guy. That's he told me said guy. Rodgers was the person that took him under wing and gave him information. And he wanted to patent his game to a large degree after guy. You know, you spoke about radio or early on up in no guys eleven twelve yard listened to Marty Glickman, Al D, regardless. Yes. Giant games eleven twelve year old now, you you raise Marty Glickman. Yeah. What you want you want? The Marty Glickman story here. It is Marty Glickman was a great track performer, people don't realize this and the Berlin Olympics he was supposed to participate. But because he was Jewish and Hitler didn't want Jews to embarrass him any more than what was going on and Olympics. He didn't get a chance to do that Marty Glickman told me that that was one of the things that was most regrettable in his career. So I had an opportunity to enter aquit Marty Glickman Marty Glickman that I had good conversation. And I guess as long as I live. I'll make sure that people know that that's something that Marty Glickman had always try to deal with the fact that the United States gave in the Hitler and wouldn't let the Jewish performers perform, and he always held that as something that was very very hurting. In terms of his life and his career. That's great, Michelle. I'm working my way up to Princeton. Now, taking the girls up there to watch the naval academy and Chilean door. Meet and get some experience watching on that level. Okay. Give your daughter hug for me. Okay. We'll do take care. Bob bye-bye. Let's go to Rick and reading good morning. Rick. Yeah. How you doing? Wonderful call right? I got a question. You're a business decision with the Teamsters. Yes. Business agent. And when I retired. I was a secretary treasurer Teamsters local one sixty nine. Yeah. I used to work for steelworkers. I remember intrigued how silly a lot that stops with John wreck. Jimmy mcgill. Yes. Yes. That's that's one of the highlights of my career is the fact that a tremendous Irishman by the name of Frank j Keane saw something in me at an early age. And actually I was playing basketball for the Teamsters local one six nine. Independent basketball league and Frank Keane. Saw something in me took me under wing embrace me brought me into the labor movement. I was the first black in the city of Philadelphia to be with a major Irish Italian union at that time the Italian. We're very big in the union movement as you know, Rick, and I had a tremendous thirty four year career, I retired. So people don't understand. I'm glad you raised this. I've been retired since nine since I was fifty five years old. Benches. Good, pension, good, health and welfare, but more and more important. It gave me a foundation to be able to do these other things that I've been able to do because I had the stables stabilizing situation of having that kind of income and also impact and people in that movement. I was a shaker and a mover ahead of my time in terms of the the labor movement. Yeah. So you bring another good point up in terms of what my career has been. But you want to ask you go ahead. Yeah. I guess I have to say you work, right guys. Everybody has chilies. Thank you. What do you think about learning Walker? How do you think he's going to back out? I'm hoping he's injured at the present time, and he's with the San Antonio Spurs. I think the fact that he's missed a lot of time. This year is like a wash but will help him because he has observed what it is that the Spurs and pop wants out of their players. And that means you gotta be totally giving you gotta understand how to play both ends. And you've got to be able to play within the confines of the team concept, and what he wants, but Lonnie has a chance and that's system. I had Lani Walker as a McDonald's all American. I spoken to Donny Walker's father, and some of the people who was very supportive him ready. I've seen him play both as a McDonnell American. So in play at Miami. He's a guard at six foot six six foot seven and the other thing about Lonnie is he's extremely intelligent. He's into 'aeronautics. Did you know that? Yes. Yes. How did I know that? You're supposed to say sunny, how do you know that? All the time..
"marty glickman" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"So couple of very important events sort of during this period of time leading up to this game on move find we we'll get to it. The the NFL in the AFL announcing effectively in sixty six right that the merger was eventually going to happen circa nineteen seventy or so seventy because that's when the TV contracts will expire. Yes. So how much did that kind of change the dynamic in both the AFL the games the jets? It's perception in New York, for example, versus the giants. I mean, it wasn't instant credibility this merger announcement, but it certainly set the tone for when arguably should be a somewhat of an equilibrium, right? Equilibrium that I thought existed was that if you pick up the New York Times from those days, and you pick up the Sunday morning newspaper that they would be a headline that the type that would say something like giants play the eagles today in the jets hopes patriots. So we're getting equal billing on the top headline. I don't think that the jets were really treated all that respectfully, I know they weren't by the players the players to a man complain to me about they make personal appearance. Get a third of the money. The giant player got for making the same appearance. And the giants giant owners, you know, that they wouldn't let Marty Glickman who was broadcasting the giant games give a jet score even after the merger announce they just want. Let him do it like didn't exist. So I don't think that really came to pass. But you bring up an interesting thing about the merger. Sunny were blend and Al Davis who was running Elton raiders at that point sixty six day did not wanna merger didn't wanna merger primarily among other things because the jets and the forty nine just on the raiders and some of the other April teams as well. We're going to have to pay an indemnity to the New York Giants into the San Francisco forty Niners because the Jetson Oakland had quote, unquote, invaded the existing NFL. Territories and Eubank Davis. Both told the other AFL owners when it came time to vote don't vote for merger now in a year in NFL will be paying us to merge because when they when we take players away from them, which the AFL good Davis damage signed John Brody for the AFL he signed Roman. Gabriel he signed. Mike ditka. And others ready. Go to American football league big contracts, much bigger than they've been paid in the NFL. And that's when the merger really, you know, got pushed right up to the front burner. Because already the NFL owners had realized that name it signing had caused all the teams in the AFL at some of the teams in the NFL to pay what were considered outrageous rookie salaries and it completely wiped out the NFL salary structure. They were giving the best rookie talent. Like Bob Lilly of the Cowboys. I was told he got twelve thousand dollars and small bonus to sign with the Cowboys. And he was about as fine defensive lineman. As there was you know, in college football got time gale sayers, I can tell you. He only signed for twenty five thousand dollars with with Chicago Bears. The just ready to try to sign up from..
"marty glickman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"We got one Johnson because the Browns replaced Tim Brown with Kelly, and then they had another rank back Ernie green. So Ron John? I came here. This guy was saquon Barkley guy was that good greatest giant running back before a Tiki and you guys in the nineties. Ron Johnson was really a good player. He played in the opening day sixty nine if you remember that game. Gary giant beat Minnesota. Minnesota went on to win the Super Bowl. I never wanted it to super but didn't win the Super Bowl talking to and got to three Super Bowls with the Vikings lost them. All it was opening their Yankee Stadium. Sixty nine was watching the game on the field. They had their radios. What were they listening to Marty Glickman? On your way to go to the. Well, sorry, I'm sorry. I remember that putting days sixty nine season. They're listening to the Mets September of sixty nine middle of September sixty nine when the giants upset did not middle of September. They started the season. You're listening to the Mets eye opening day. A Yankee Stadium for the giants. I know. I was there. They won't listen to the match because traditionally giant fans a Yankee fans and met fans at yourself. Yes. I agree with that. Okay. Okay. Guys are worried about Donald he may play at the end of the first half last week that this guy was sensational. Descent to snap the ball to wish ride to one hand the ball the worst came sharing in he sidestepped it to the right the right sideline bullet nice spiral nine years. I forgot wide receiver out of bounds. And then they kicked the field goal, right? After that. That was a super duper play. This guy is gonna be great as a rookie to make a play like that that that person's mind too. You know? Forbade snap step away from the rush and make a beautiful. This guy is going to be. Of the missed open receivers that he had Blair Sunday tour you where you're listening to the Mets at the time. Maybe his worst game as a pro. And I know it's only eight games, but he was really pretty poor last fan, but I'm not gonna go to the rose colored glasses and pick out the one night play to the Adna game ago. Everything's gonna be great because at one place, those seven eight nine ten really bad place. He had come on three and six is now where the jets wanted to be even with a rookie quarterback. From Manhattan up on the fan, burn gentlemen. How you doing? I'm wondering present to baseball questions to you. And after I presented to baseball questions. I'm going to hang up. I'm gonna have my patent ten to write down your answers. Okay. Both of these questions. Sound simple as you think about even more it gets harder. So here are the two questions. Why is it when it comes to baseball opening day majority of the time the game is held during the daytime where people who work take off work and kids who school a pull out of school to come out instead of having Steve Nikes in the second part of the question is this say for example, opening day. It's monday. However, the second game is played on the Wednesday. Right. Why is there always again? And I don't hang up in. Here you answer. I can we do on a pick one. I'll take the second one. And that's obvious is because in cases, a rain out of her. No out. On opening day to have the day in between. So that people who have the tickets for opening day can still go to opening day because it is something special 'cause it's opening day. And yet if you track it other April games, the biggest attendance day is always opening day. Because people want to go to because it's open. It's really kind of funny to you look at opening day attendance. And it seems that most teams will play close to capacity. Correct. And then it's the second game is a night game. Like, he's suggesting in the east coast on the east coast the announce it is twenty thousand it'll be about six thousand people in the ballpark. I'll answer is first question. And again, this is an opinion. It's not called. Art, stated fact, but it is April. There are a lot of the you can only play so many games in Florida and Texas there are northern games that are going to have to be played. If you're going to ask the fans to come out on opening night in twenty eight degree weather. You might not be able to get that full house that you're. Banking on during the day when it might be forty five. You got a better chance for people to come out. So it is again attendance here his my opening day story. You'll remember Tom glavin first year with the Mets. I don't remember what year that was kind of a relevant to four three. So my son who then was like eight or nine years old. We had a tradition you always we always went to opening day. I'd go to school and school it at eleven o'clock in the morning. I think they will play in the cubs. Jody it was unbearably cold. I mean, unbearably cold so pulling up in the parking lot. And you know, I went to beat the traffic, and it's still like an hour and a half before gametime early to sit out the goal did you because I was afraid of getting stuck in the traffic and to chase stadium. As pulling into the parking lot. This limo pulls up next to me. Rolls down the window. And it's Bob Tisch the corner of the John Jerry and rolls down the window. He goes bang early. What are you gonna be? What are you gonna do until? I said, I don't know, Bob. You know, my kids only eight years old gotta find someplace to keep his warm. He the mothers gonna kill me becomes homesick. He leans out the window enhance we to tickets that the Mets were having a. A pregame brunch. In a in a heated tent in left field. Nice. He goes here. Take my tickets. I'm going to be going inside. He saved me from the wrath of Allison. That would be MRs Myers scoring eight seven seven three three seven six XXX Myers and McDonald here would Yana fan. Anthony Tacoma will be mad about seven runs in the first inning, by the way. So you got home say early to you. I think we sixth innings mcintyre's Jonathan. Now, the no..
"marty glickman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Eight Ford F one fifty the official truck of the NFL doesn't just raise the bar. It is the bar is here to preview tomorrow night's matchup. And it's a big one. You've got the Panthers who are rolling got the Steelers. They got a little Mojo gold as well. Westwood one. The voice of T N F the bird, man. I in eagle what up by now worry today. Hey, what's up guys doing great, buddy? Ryan first and most important question because we show you with the song. Did you say her name Celeste telecast? But I do you prefer the Steve Miller band version of or do you prefer the seal version just play Steve Miller band? Yeah. I mean look school. Steve Miller us certainly with in my whole realm. But I don't mind your varying it up like a kiss from a rose. Oh, I'm okay with that. You wanna mix it in once a month? Balk you're upsetting. Our guests makes you change that next week. Thank you is comfortable, by the way. How was the how was the award the the Marty Glickman award Syracuse? How awesome was that? Yeah. Guys, I tend to downplay in life. I just been that way. My my entire life. This was really special. It was fantastic. My my family was there a lot of close friends CBS family was there and showing mcdonagh Moen's Jason Bonetti, Mike, Tariq. Oh, Syracuse love it. It was about as great an experience as I could have anticipated. And it was more than that to be honest well-deserved buddy wanna follow up on that. That's prestigious. No, no doubt about it. So let's get to the talk. Shop here, buddy. You had the Steelers and the ravens this past week. And you've got the pats at the titans coming up on Sunday Panthers and Steelers tomorrow night that ravens team that that you saw last weekend. What what is what has happened to them? What's going on? Yeah. Look when you get to a point where you know, this is who you are. That's tough. That's hard. I think Baltimore when they open the season. Look like they could be the class of the division when they went to three and won the victory over Pittsburgh you thought. Okay, Harbaugh's feeling some pressure flat goes feeling some pressure. They're delivering amongst this general sense of angst. And yet here we are now after nine games for Baltimore their foreign five and the record indicates what they are. There's this feeling that there's going to be changes in the offing. And it doesn't diminish what they accomplished doesn't diminish. Flacco being a Super Bowl champion are being Super Bowl champion. It's yes may be time to make some changes and change the philosophy of it. And also changed the personnel to GM is changing as well. Ozzie Newsome hall of Famer again. Not taking anything away from what he's done. He built a championship. Franchise Ernie Acosta will now be in charge of the next chapter for this team Berta. Let me let me follow it. Let me challenge you a little bit here. When you say they are who they are. All right. If we say that about the bills or or the cardinals or or even the jets who just don't have a lot of offensive weaponry right now teams that have just an absence of talent a dearth of talent we could sit here and middle November basically say it's your who your start looking at the draft. If you need a new head coach start kicking the tires on that we shouldn't be saying that about the ravens they've got great defensive personnel. They imported three wide receivers during the off season. They drafted two tight ends. And they got a quarterback flacco fan and never have been. But at least on his on his on his best day. He's he's he's certainly highly competent. They shouldn't be who they are. They should be better than this. But their expectations are much higher. They're not in the same classification as the jets, they're not in the same classification as the bills this the team that was opposed to be a playoff team this year and something is not connecting the run game is not very good. They played without their two storage attack last week against Pittsburgh. They have a buy this week. Look, they're still playing meaningful games. They go out. They beat Cincinnati in week eleven and they're five and five. Maybe they have a shot. They've got a punchers chance to go on a run and potentially make a legitimate shot at a playoff spot. I don't see it. I it just feels like things have gotten a little stale there. I think as an example when we talk about head coach is John horrible did lose his job. I think you'd get another job. One hundred percent teams interesting. And that shows you how well respected is if Joe flacco was told, hey, not going to happen anymore here in Baltimore. There will be a team out there that says, you know, what we would be more than happy to bring in Joe flacco and try to make this work. For a couple of years before flacco rides off into the sunset. Sometimes it's just not the right mix. And I'm getting the sense with Baltimore that their time is up. Okay. This is just a lapse not the right mix. Would I and eagle with us here? Tiki and Tierney CBS sports radio CBS sports network. Siriusxm two. Oh, six so birds got the the Panthers and the Steelers tomorrow, we're talking about obviously, everything going on in the NFL. Yeah. But let's talk about that Panthers. Steelers game. It is probably one of the best games of the weekend. Maybe it's the best game of the week early one because of how well Carolina's playing and Cam Newton and his his his his evolution under north Turner. And the Steelers who a lot of people were trying to fire Mike Tomlin early in the season. I mean, they just they're steady. They it's whatever ails them. They're gonna find a way to turn it around and and be positively moving towards the postseason every single season as you look at this matchup is going to come down the quarterbacks. I interestingly think and I wouldn't have said this in previous years. I think the quarterback advantaged might go to Cam this year. Yeah. And it's interesting to say that because Cam Newton's wanted an MVP award. He led a team to the Super Bowl. There was a time where he looked unstoppable yet. The last couple years we've thought now I don't I'm not sure that it's going in the right direction that he's getting the best coaching that he believes in the system and believes in the guys around him. Look what they've done they bring in Newark Turner. And it's a reminder in the NFL how far coaching can go. I think New Orleans had the right touch. He's convinced Cam of certain things that he needed to hear. He's been more efficient. He's not making mistakes, certainly not making the careless errors that he's made the last couple of years. He hasn't thrown an interception in the last three weeks has numbers fifteen touchdowns four interceptions. His numbers are better this year than they were at the midway point up his MVP season and fifteen and his weapons or different. If you remember with Carolina they used to go for those targets. That's how they thought they were going to attack. Things by giving Cam these these toll target's but throat if not anymore. It's Curtis Samuel DJ more. Yeah. It's Jerry is right. Jaffrey inches is still there. He's still a big target Molson being healthy, huge and the evolution of McCaffrey. I think year too, you're seeing the whole repertoire from Christian McCaffrey compared to year want. He's more confident running the football. And obviously still a huge threat in the past game. They're clicking on offense. It's scary. How good they could be on offense. What do you think you could go any direction you want positive negative AFC NFC player team, executive, whatever? What's the biggest surprise to you? So far in the NFL. The biggest surprise on the positive side. The fact that Mahomes has been this dominant. We knew that he was a incredible talent we knew that they were going to be some major highlights this year. I don't know if we all felt that he could be disconcerting in this dynamic every single week. The fact that he's doing it every week against any kind of defense to me that that is one of the biggest storylines in the NFL this season that a store has been born of that magnitude, we're we're now talking about him on an MVP level the negative side. Look the giants disappointment. I it's it's hard not to focus in on that. Because I think they felt that they had enough to at least have a credible season navy win nine games being the hunting December. And then bridge the gap. Whoever was going to be the future QB dismantling. And how it has not worked with Jon Gruden. That's been a major surprise in just how the. Bottom has dropped out. Yeah. I just assumed with car and Gruden they'd find something together. There'd be something to build on what you'd say. Ooh. Look out give that a year or two when they really get it going. They could be a threat in the AFC right now, it feels like they might have to start all over. That's that's saying a lot through team that only two years ago was among the better teams in the AFC under Jack del Rio you picked a couple of good ones. Hey before we let you go. By the way, we got to ask you. I don't know how it works at the broadcast the network level for the games. But I don't know how far advanced you get the schedule. How many do basketball games do CBS? How many that I have no start schedule. And let me know that we have tremendous start requesting. Wow. That is scary. When we we've said it before with college basketball stars where so de'andre eight and last year stood out physically. You saw him in the first year with whoa. He's not like the other guys. But this this might be at a whole completely other level. Yeah. Just how dominant this kid can be and think about this. This is frightening because I agree Aden's not at the same level, but eight averaging fifteen points and eleven rebounds is a rookie. Yeah. Yeah. Up numbers for Phoenix. So yeah, I was I was in Phoenix last night person. Yeah. He's got. He's got David Robinson like qualities and how he carries himself. How he runs up and down the floor. He settled for a bunch of jump shots last night. Probably something he's going to have to address. They've got some young talent there. It's it's going to still take some time. But if you add a special piece, and I'm sure every team is salivating right now in the NBA and and not not just the one player. There are multiple players on the Duke Rosser. He said, whoa. E could help me. He could also help me here. They're really talented. No doubt bird safe travels. Have a good time tomorrow night Steelers and the Panthers and that of course, Sunday right back to it pats and the titans Tennessee got a good win. So maybe more iota and company get things moving in the right direction shoot. Again, should get a good game there as well. Thank you. You'll be a lot of fun to talk to you next week play. Steve Miller next week. Again, joker smoker token, it up whatever state, and we'll get them. We'll take care of it. That'll be thank you don't worry about Steve Miller greatest hits. I mean, that's his that's his the must have for. And I know you didn't have that CD in Colorado. And I did not that is a must have Steve Miller's greatest hits. And even like, oh, man. Probably heard some of the songs. I don't see some real quick. Hang on a second. Jay steed. Billy greatest Burma. You like Steve Miller fan. No, no had. I like Steve thought about liking. Steve Miller is just about come home. Run obsessed. Ooh, which we are like an eagle, obviously jet airliner jet airliners ago. One swing town abracadabra my dad. Lisa love that song. That was like that was like one of his last hits in the early eighties. Two of those. I know abracadabra labral abracadabra I want to reach out and grab ya. A corneas. Our all right anyway, find out which all the Ford tough offencive line of the week. It's brought to you by the Ford F one fifty the official truck of the NFL doesn't raise the bar. It is the bar. Let's get the update Berman right now. Here's jay..
"marty glickman" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Two pairs were a pair of announcers in the same city like chick hearn who did the lakers for forty years and of course when scully who did the dodgers for sixty seven years in overlap and dominate a marketplace the way burn and scully did all sorts of lists on the site and i'll be doing more for summer goes on but i started giving it some thought and ask myself what are some of the two great announcers who have worked together at the same time and i thought of harry calluses philadelphia phillies for so many years in the great merrill reese she does the eagles who they overlap of thirty some odd years and they went back to marty glickman in mill allen in new york and so on and so forth and then i thought of buffalo and i name that always comes to mind when i think of buffalo sports vouchers believe it or not is the name bill mazer absolutely legend in buffalo until he left from new york in nineteen sixty four and intact it was major who told me that miller and he's just a great great great cast bill really you told me about him and i started listening to him and i thought he him and of course rich and rat in all the years that they worked in the same market there are no other pro teams yeah there's a minor league baseball team but no major league team and at this point no nba team so guys like miller generates all those years in the same market when you think play by play over the course of years and i know you do the bills now but.
"marty glickman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Tell me a little bit about what went into putting together a book like this well i always had an interest in sports broadcasting growing up in brooklyn back in the day in the sixties and early seventies and had a chance to listen to civil the great great broadcasters and i was always intrigued because when you grew up in those days it wasn't like today you didn't just jump on an airplane and go here to there we did so much less traveling so the way i felt i was headed out of town and i was taking tours well it was really through the eyes and the mouth of the broadcasters so they would take cross town madison square garden or up to the two stadiums but bowling and baseball and then i would hear announcers traveling with teams and the tell me about the beautiful sunshine training down in florida and you really opened my eyes at least to america and opened my eyes to opportunities that i wanted to pursue so given that background i always had a great interest in broadcasting and the announcers behind the microphone so that's really what got me started now if you ask me why i wrote the book and when i decided to do so i'd say through my twenties and maybe through my thirties i always kept some notes on broadcasters and a lot of it right in my head in nineteen eighty six i was on a show with a guy named dave sims who now does baseball in seattle but was in new york for many years and he was doing a talk show on six sixty which is now of course wfan back in the day w nbc and dave sims had me on the show and in nineteen eighty six in fact it was marty glickman his birthday sometime in august of that year philo calls and his name is dick bar hold and he was known for many years on wfan for calling in as dick from corona and dick was sightless he's no longer alive and he was an absolute genius i mean a savant when it came to time and date and events if you said dick october eleventh nineteen fifty three he could probably tell you what he was doing that day and what.
"marty glickman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The call he's gone but let me tell you robbie that guy roddy massachusetts his hockey now i mean trabi from massachusetts unbelievable he is a really a passionate has anybody any call i have ever i've been listening to him on on wfan for years he really really and i played the game he's gone even kneel before him was good though i got a call in every night we don't ride he's got a rottie listening pena would love to have you robbie call in all full night time here because you don't get your knowledge is by far and the other guy who was yellow guy neil neil neil is doesn't florida and he's good to kneel often if you're listening please give us a call again and those guys were great i i don't really like hockey robbie maybe made it interesting and you know what i wanna make a point i'm marty glickman which ten seconds i got ten seconds i want to bring up marty glickman on the other side about teaching more wolf a wolf frazier swishing ambition marty glickman taught walk frazier an actor swishing and additional name on the other side who body you got to keep talking you've got fifty seconds then they'll touch on it by the way what what what happened was with razer when when he got a job at msg they were he was told he had to be critiqued by marty glickman who was pretty much the basketball original basketball play by play guy for the knickerbockers in one thousand nine hundred forty six and college basketball he did everything i'm audie was the teacher the ultimate teacher and his way of teaching was you ought to be descriptive war would say shot from the top of the key mardi would say no you say shot from the left side of the top of the key because what he was trying to let people understand is you should talk to an audience like they're blind deaf in some respect that they want to be taught what what's going on the preceding program paid for by gotham sports radio llc jay segula glad we've backed out of the iran deal president obama not too happy about it he said this was a disastrous it was working well it wasn't working at all by the way merckel and.
"marty glickman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"They are they actually play three and four times a week so uh i'm going to be uh watching them quite a bit uh as far as the enemy hal goes we uh or i should say my son has access to the nhl package i'll probably be watching more hockey there than i do here uh what i'll be missing is the dressing room dressing room the press room uh that kind of excitement but uh i'll be very close and i have a uh a newsletter the fischler report that i do uh fifty two weeks a year so i'm going to be uh continue doing that and this stuff for a lot of stuff that i can do from there that there will be nhl oriented so i'm not gonna you know hockey is not gonna be testing out of my life that's for sure and down in you've written over a hundred bucks is well on variety of subjects beyond his hockey which uh hopefully we'll get to in a little bit we chat with stand fischler of m s g so how did it started as far as the tv side goes the islanders they didn't have every game televised a initially from what i can gather and then bet playoff run and 19 75 is that what started everything for you or i had been doing two seasons with the new england where those and uh who is interesting because the dean of new york sports reuters was marty glickman and i was in toronto doing a whale a game with the toronto toro's it was march 75 and marty called me up at the hotel and he says how would you like to do in our own who's game on television i said what what are you kidding i mean to do an nhl game is what it's all about ten uh he hooked me up with charles dolan uh this is before cable vision or certainly before sports channel and spencer ross was my play by play guy and we did the next to last islander home game of the season with atlanta and that was the game in which they clinched a playoff berth and then we went up against the rangers in that was a colossal upset with the the ah overtime goal ajay people received from drouin and that created a lot of excitement.
"marty glickman" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq
"Percival best entities that all of his books are very short as all of his speeches were to add when mardi glickman who taught me how to learn how to speak but mardi died in parties stories incredible read his book fastest kid on the block at then also hbo did a remarkable movie about marty glickman so when marty died but they looked to coach would who was basically the king of obituary and so the gorge would was just going on and go on and on about how fantastic wonderful word used was all the different things it he did and how we stood up for truth and justice and fairness at righteousness it was just a really powerful moving eulogy for marty that then coach stopped he stopped mid sentence and he looked at the guy who was taken the notes for the story and he said but you know what i've got a real bone to pick with marty because marty he taught bill wall had a speak but he didn't teach them how to stop talking and so here i am today allstar weekend two thousand eighteen andy bernstein staples center and dni grew up here in southern california is the greatest place on earth the pilgrims it landed in santa monica everything over there or just be like big wilderness national part but to see what ag feel and troops the people of los angeles the current mayor eric garcetti to see what has been taught here is just spectacular we were drive it in today and it just looked so beautiful that sold talking about downtown downtown delays it's just like you didn't that we're never would've thought thirty years we spent rdr we would come down here to compete against you sc would come down here to go to the olympic auditorium.
"marty glickman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Long youth remind you all the in the morning striker grow up with his own children she was studying to be a doctor she went through university of new england um and emit was in near for her first year in that programme everybody was just so proud of proud of her shoes histadrut a remarkable kid neighbors of the suspect jeffrey yao say they had warned authorities that yeah was dangerous in sports the bruins lose to the sabres four won the celtics host the grizzlies tonight on garoupa dopey in wbz newsradio 1030 are unknown a ma ma the new abc believes day honda men in them oh may be met zone then that he an giang dong down double u b a loyd arraigned on burma could tie you but he's love you about this conversation conserve group is hoon gordon there'll be living one post six in the early eight m of the twenty six th of february my name is morgan grabbing normally would be here but he called out but big deal who i hope will be back tomorrow embroidered in bushy tailban ready to give you five hours of first class radio entertainment i am joined by another man who has been a part of the boston radio airwaves over the past dare i say it four decades ten mayer is here and we're talking about our favorite sports broadcasters personalities be they an announcer be they somebody at the anchor desk i'm telling you the scores at the end of the evening whatever they drop happen to be they grabbed our attention and we appreciate it every time we turned on the tv and our radio and get a chance to have them talk to us ready for another call can you back what looked go to concord and speak to germ joan good morning your next on wbz i'm oregon i'm joan a couple of weeks ago my husband and i thought we heard you mentioned are marty glickman who is an announcer many years ago in the new york new jersey area no the name i may up running marty glickman broadcast basketball for the new york knicks for for many years yes i know the name very well in fact when they had johnny most uh night uh at.
"marty glickman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Striker grow up with his own children she was studying to be a doctor she went through university of new england um and emit was in near for her first year in that programme everybody was just so proud of proud of her shoes histadrut a remarkable kid neighbors of the suspect jeffrey yao say they had warned authorities that yeah was dangerous in sports the bruins lose to the sabres four won the celtics host the grizzlies tonight on garoupa dopey in wbz newsradio 1030 are unknown a ma ma the new abc believes day honda men in them oh may be met zone then that he an giang dong down double u b a loyd arraigned on burma could tie you but he's love you about this conversation conserve group is hoon gordon there'll be living one post six in the early eight m of the twenty six th of february my name is morgan grabbing normally would be here but he called out but big deal who i hope will be back tomorrow embroidered in bushy tailban ready to give you five hours of first class radio entertainment i am joined by another man who has been a part of the boston radio airwaves over the past dare i say it four decades ten mayer is here and we're talking about our favorite sports broadcasters personalities be they an announcer be they somebody at the anchor desk i'm telling you the scores at the end of the evening whatever they drop happen to be they grabbed our attention and we appreciate it every time we turned on the tv and our radio and get a chance to have them talk to us ready for another call can you back what looked go to concord and speak to germ joan good morning your next on wbz i'm oregon i'm joan a couple of weeks ago my husband and i thought we heard you mentioned are marty glickman who is an announcer many years ago in the new york new jersey area no the name i may up running marty glickman broadcast basketball for the new york knicks for for many years yes i know the name very well in fact when they had johnny most uh night uh at the boston garden in 1973 there was a party afterwards and marty glickman was master of ceremonies so i know the name mardi glickman very well i got a chance to meet him at the already naturally when.
"marty glickman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"He was there and he was a great new york announcer okay oh my husband was saying he thought that either morgan or mao or someone else recently mentioned him like within the last few weeks but he also had a question as to whether or not marty glickman was after a player to my knowledge no he was just an announcer okay morgan did you have anything to add um probably mill brought up his name okay yeah and those of you who don't know about the male we're speaking it will be mount simon's not nail alan mel sleiman's i have join me every of the month than we do a little gimmick he calls the audio clip trivia quiz actress steve the valley who named it were mel will play really doing something you're not used to them doing like singing i know he is played a couple of songs by jack lemmon you're not used to jack lemmon nothing and if you're able to ascertain the identity of the person singing or or may be giving a speech whatever the case may be there's a prize involved normally i'm the one that past the supply of a prizes but every now and that mel his written like i hope i hit the number right fifteen or sixteen books and periodically he's gotten enough of those books to give away.
"marty glickman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And uh the coaches in old time you know coach who thinks that an african american isn't smart enough to play quarterback so he puts com at wide receiver and he quits jason a quarterback even though jason's very fast another stereotype buster i guess uh and a great wide receiver the boys are confused by this they don't understand why the coaches doing this they begin investigating and they come to find out he's never had an african american play quarterback first second or third string and then they learn subsequently that the head of their school the guy who founded the school is a former kkk member now i made that up when i wrote it jim but i had no idea there was going to be reality behind it when the when the book was about to come out this summer johny you and i talked about this is for a long long time you've covered sports for a long long time what kind of a role do athletes have when it comes to addressing racial and social issues and then what's your reaction when you hear folks say i come to sports to avoid politics and social issues i mean can you separate these things out jim i and a utopian world that's the way it would be you know we go to games in that we're just be games and and the biggest argument would be about whether you should have called run or pass on third and four but in the real world it's never been that way adolf hitler and jesse owens in 1930 six avery brundage not running to jewish runners and and the relay including the great marty glickman um because he didn't want to quote insult hitler uh 1968 tommie smith and john carlos who were ripped for doing what they did uh on the metal stand nineteen seventy two the munich massacre i mean though it goes on and on gm sports is part of politics politics is part of sports at times we don't want it to be that way but it almost always says that way john finds you my guess is if bestselling authors she's got a couple of books their outright now the first major drops today you're gonna wanna get that.