9 Burst results for "Maurice Chlorate"

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:37 min | 7 months ago

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That people thought could have went from high school straight to the nfl right. I was also part of you. Know maurice chlorate who tried to declare after two years at ohio state. Could he have played in the nfl. He sure could have. But we know the nfl and their antitrust agreement in in terms of not allowing get guys to play in the nfl unless there three years removed from high school. That is the nfl rule. It has been fought. It has not changed. it will stay the same. But i thought about it. That adrian peterson had he said. You know what. I'm going straight to the nfl been he. I think he would have been successful but think about if high school kids could have that opportunity right. We've seen a trevor lawrence. We knew from the beginning. Trevor lawrence is going to be the number one overall. Pick in the nfl this year. But we knew trevor lawrence before he even got to clemson. That guy will be the number one pick in three years. I would invest in a trevor lawrence three years ago if there was a possibility to do that. But it just doesn't happen as much in the nfl as much as you can see it any nba. We new zion was. We design was going to be the biggest thing you know since he was fourteen years old jumping out of the gym. Lebron same thing like there's it's easier in the nba. Then i think even in major league baseball because you know it within five minutes of going to a tournament that that guy special baseball you may have to wait a while right. You've got to wait nine innings and see what's going on. Nba or basketball. You can go see a guy right up and down the court five time you like. Oh year that he. He's better than the rest of these guys. Around here. kirk. Morrison ben lines for rich on the rich eisen show Here's nick swisher on this show yesterday. Talking about the future baseba- the next The next generation of young stars. Here's my man. Swish league baseball. We need to do our part to get our game back right. We need to keep growing our game right. Bring to the youth right like getting more kids involved. So i think that you know yeah you can say we missed out on an opportunity but i think everybody's missing opportunities right now and until we can get back on track and everybody does their part. You know feels like we're kind of in that that same situation so i think to be able to grow the game globally baby. This pandemic has definitely put Ice on that for a minute but at the end of the day man. You know in my mind. Baseball's one of the greatest games in the world to be able to grow that globally. I think will definitely happen for sure. And he was talking about the london trip to two years ago. Where i saw nick i went with. My dad is big red sox fan and we went over there for red sox yankees nosy huge moment for the game to grow globally for a now. You look at tot tease. An international star. Totti's junior in in a market like san diego. That's close to the border. Like you've got a lot of great things going for this deal's not only is this organization. Big-league advanced investing in the player. The really to nick's point like investing in the sport like fernando tatis. Junior is being set up to be the the next big star in baseball. He's already in commercials and and he's out there in a big way so it's an investment in the future of the sport as much as it is the player. Well full disclosure. I got lord in been. I got lord in My wife asked me. Hey what do you want for christmas. And i'm like i don't really need much. You know what i mean. But i got lured into i need a. Ps five right. I need the ps five. I need the playstation five. I wanted even. I'm not a gamer right. I'm not a gamer. But what been. I said you know what i'll get a. Ps five so. I got a ps five. And they ask you. Hey what games would you like for me just regular sports games. Give me the football game. Madden twenty-one give me the nba two k. But when's the baseball game. Come out oh. It's coming out in the next couple of months just so happens. He's only been in league for two years. Guess was on the cover of the shoulder. Jewish nando totti's junior. I want that game more today. Than maybe when i first got my. Ps five a couple months ago because this to your point this is what marketing does. This is the most exciting player in baseball right now and with guys like dustin pedroia and all those guys who are a little bit older now starting to fade away retire move on taking the game. Back is the totti's juniors two guys who give you a little bit more and sort of play. The game the way. I grew up planet. Been so as you're telling me that not only. Are you a san francisco giants fan in oakland as fan. But now you're a san diego. Padres is basically everybody. But the dodgers in southern california and.

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"maurice chlorate" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Thirty for thirty about you. You take the deal. Oh, the answer is no because I am the type of person where it's like I got it because I. Don't I would enjoy like you would know the whole time I think you'd be nervous the whole time. Don't you think? I have the world's guilty conscience. I'm the only one in the show that said Momo. If found one hundred thousand dollars in a bag outside a bank, I would turn it into the bank Lindsey. And funches and Mason would I'll take the money and run because they found it I. Take it into the bank. Because I'm an idiot I. could I have the exact same answer? Is You, but are we being honest? 'cause all my. Friends would say I don't care that. We got caught. I don't care that Reggie pushes. Parents got a house. I was at all those games. It was the right of a lifetime. Give it to me again if you tell them. Twenty, twenty, two, twenty, thirty is going to be more of that four heisman winners, three national championships top of the college football world, but But then in two thousand thirty, WE'RE GONNA. Find out was all we cheated. We're going to a probation. We're GONNA suck for ten years. They would still do it again I. Actually think that it's a different. It's a false equivalency, because if we're talking about Maguire, Susan. They know they're taking PD's. They know and they got jeep Bush knew that his parents how? The boosters who are supporting them and Reggie Bush is one like that's one level of cheating, but it's not necessarily affecting. That's not performance enhancing drugs. He took some extra money section benefits. That's that's a little different. Not Trying to say. Like okay, Hey, but to me. The Reggie Bush scandal is what a lot of people in college football have done for years. They just didn't get caught. And there's a diffusion of responsibility you the fans in the stand they're not. They're not feeling the guilt over committing the cheating themselves right. They didn't do it. Hey Linda. What would the answer be for you? If I give you ten years of top of the world, you're you get you get millions of dollars, and then it turns out that you get exposed. Visit Cheat, but you keep all the money. And all the memories are taking the deal. I I have a question. What was the cheating? was PD's or was it. Reggie Bush violent Emily House. Does it make a difference. Difference, because when Mason refers to the that Ohio state team and Jim Tressel is cheating. I think that he's completely nuts I. don't look at it and say cheaters because some guys got caught for getting tattoos for free because their football players, but did Maurice Chlorate. Wait Lindsey didn't Maurice Cooler at get paid. I mean they never found that out the reason why Jim. Tressel like the whole thing. Getting uncovered was the the tattoos. That's why that will happen. Yeah! I don't think Jim Tressel get fired for tattoos. What do you think? Would you take the deal and right on top of the world for ten years? Basically I offered you reggie Bush's life. Would you take it? I think I'm taking it. especially with that bit when he was dating compassion. To me like if I found out Stanford who likes to pride itself on morals and integrity and character. Right like we're all Stanford. People who hold ourselves up a superior right like you. I'll make fun of ourselves for that. Okay? If I found out that we were cheating if we had some terrible grade fixing scandal or we had, we had a little something one point. I can't remember exactly what it was, but it was. Something about preferential housing. The football players were getting right. That was really embarrassing like it's different. If you're holding yourself up as this Tarragona Virtue, but if you're not, you know like if if you walk around the Stanford, we don't do things like that. If I found out that our football players were cheating all there, I would be really embarrassed because it goes against what we were that. We are right by the way bad for US ten intial question yeah. If you were the best athlete in the country, and you're a senior in high school. And you are also the best student. Until you, go literally anywhere you want it. But you wanted to have a college athletic experience and the best academic experience. Is there any other answer to where you would go then Stanford No? I'm. Argue for Duke. If you're a basketball player in basketball, pressure okay yeah. See I. Don't think academically. Most people hold in the same realm as Stanford, I dunno, it just got into. Do you into and you got into Stanford? You go to Stanford unless you're like from. Durham. North. Carolina right, but if you were especially especially, if you're a football player, right? Yeah, 'cause, you'd get a good. You'd get a solid college football experience. You get to compete for the PAC twelve title and you get a degree from Stanford. There's no other school where I think you could get both. I don't think you look. If you want me to say something that you can turn into a snooty stanford drop later I can absolutely do I'm the ones take? Putting that out there all right more fasttrack coming up next Ramon in. Seven ten ESPN. Right right in the middle of fast. Track Ramona Shelbert Information Momoh. It's to you fast. Track all right John I'm sure you were watching this, but I want to understand okay. I want to understand okay. How somebody who is big a bachelor fan as you as are you watching the bachelor greatest of all time where they're? They're playing like whole season in one night and if you're watching it, what do you watch for differently this time? I did give it a chance last night. Okay, it was sean lows bachelor season. Okay? What year would that and I looked at least is probably five six years ago. I looked at Lisa and I said. I can't take these people anymore I think I'm out why I think the bachelor is over saturating its audience. Why do I care about what happened five six years ago? You know. It just seems to me that there's bachelor in paradise the Bachelorette. There's the bachelor now I've got to go through. It's Kinda like I. Understand pandemic, but it was even too much for me. I think I'm out on bachelor greatest hits. It doesn't even work for me and there's nothing i. like more Ramona than. tractive trainwreck people on a reality show, but yeah been there done. That I don't need that same from five six years ago, engine. Do. You Still Watch the current editions. I haven't really watched it much at all over my own I. Actually would probably be more likely to watch this because I. would just get through all the stupid stuff. Right In Paradise greatest hits. I might do that because that's the. Biggest train wrecks ever and some of those people have been that show like four or five times just keep getting rejected and keep going back for more so I think I'm with you on this, John Because I'm a huge survivor fan, right I've watched every single episode of every single survivor season ever, and if they condensed all forty seasons at forty seasons of survivor can condense each season down to one one night I. Don't think I would watch I. Think I already know what happened. The drama is in the build up in the wants you already find out? Out What happens, these people are not that interesting anymore. I remember they have. They've had several different stars where they'll bring back former players, and there's a few that I remember, but this past season, which in my mind was like the greatest survivor season ever because it was all former winners, there were like six or seven people on that show that I did not even remember I was like what season machine like? I didn't even remember them. They were so unmemorable so to me I..

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"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Ot for best game ever had the best ending ever had the most amazing last play of a national championship. I think you could. You could possibly think of. But I actually I agree with you. Burst the to me the second Clumps in Alabama National Championship game that ended on the to Shawn Watson. Two hundred renfro throw is at the very least in the same breath as the two that Jordan brought up and you want to definitively say one of those threes the best. I don't know but they were all to me The all time classics the only reason. I downplay Georgia. A little bit is it was definitely a dud of a game. The whole first half. That's why tour ended up coming in We remember that game almost entirely for the ending. Yeah I mean look it's I think. And obviously as Jordan pointed out you know he has a special connection to it. I'm sure if you were a diehard Ohio state fan and had been a while since they had won one game of that magnitude. I think it's you know it's hard to look at it. In that context I mean just objectively with Texas USC I don't know it just like it to me. It was like on a whole `nother level game for me compared to all the other ones we're talking about but maybe 'cause I was factory in. Ufc was gone. You know was what they were in. Texas was what it was and you felt like you had just two two great teams. You know slugfest. Like maybe I'm a little bit partial to Texas. I mean into Miami Ohio state because it was the first was the first classic national title game that I ever got. The cover are still very young Did you not were you not like the the Florida State Oklahoma Game? No I was added but that that wasn't a very good game. I mean the first one was the Michael Vick against for taking Oscar game but like the the you know the whole the drama of the Miami House taken by the way one of my most vivid memories for for the journalists listening was Edwin Pope Legendary legendary Miami Herald columnist. Maybe a little bit of a homer. Miami was expected to win that game and win handily and it just kept getting later later in the game and they're still losing and I remember him saying loud enough for half the press box to hear our boys now or never. You know what I remember about that. I don't know if this is. I thought you were going to say so. That was in the middle of the Maurice chlorate dry with Ohio state and so and e Geiger who is the ad at Ohio state at that time was going to be speaking to the media after a practice. And I remember. We drove out to wherever it was in the desert. And there was a like a cluster. It was like a big game of twister where everybody's intertwined around. Andy Geiger trying to stick their tape recorders. As close as possible to him or whatever and it was like you couldn't move because if you moved you're gonNA knock somebody over like everybody was just kind of it's almost like you had to be separated and at one point and it was actually a colleague of ours now. Who is a guide worked with when I was in college? George Richards who? I think now is our one of our hockey. Writers had the song sweet home Alabama as his ringer and all of a sudden it started going off in the middle of this scrum and it was like well if George reaches phone he made a reach around for like the beat writer for like the Cleveland Plain dealer or something it was like everybody was just kind of intertwined. There was nothing you could do. But he listened without listen to his ringtone. Bruce One thing I've always noticed about. You is whenever you tell a story you think. It's the first time you're telling that story. I'm almost all positive. No I'm almost positive. You told that story in the podcast before his popularity Jas Gawronski will correct me in sending. So Yeah I've heard this story three times by the way. See if I'm right ask. Let's try to get our own little eighty-eight percent survey whatever the eighty six percent that Brad had from the eighties from the from the from me. Fbi and see what percentage of our audience would like to hear. Us doing episode. After the all clear we're STU smokes weed. I think that.

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"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"On the business and biceps podcast with Cory, Gregory, and John Fosko. He runs the red zone. A mental health and drug recovery agency. Maurice chlorate. Pretty cool intro. Hey, I appreciate you MAURICE. I don't wanna I don't wanna take much your time here. I'd love to dig rate him because you have one of the most fascinating stories in the history of football. And I think your story does a lot of motivating and inspiring people about overcoming adversity and stuff like that. So let's get into it you go to state. You're being talked about is the greatest running back on earth is that some of the most precious times you've ever had in your entire life. One most precious. I would say yes, very notable. I think four for any kid, you know, when you when you playing football, ultimately, you know, go to a premier college in half success. You think is is gold at that. A lot of young guys have and to that went there and to you know, just teammates that were made practice. Our has memories. Even though they were short live those things were those things were better. Then great, you know, they're fantastic and to to accomplish so much in high school, and then immediately go to college in our ten thirteen month span to accomplish you know, what we did in college. You know, I wouldn't trade memories four for the world. And you know, those things happen back in two thousand two and three and you know, still to this day on matter where I'm at around the country. We were I'm able to steal talk about those and at least oppression people that are lasting. Buckeyes fans love you for what you did for them with that being said to thirty thorough thirty thirty came out about you. And it seemed as if the AD wasn't the biggest fan of MAURICE Clarin or he wasn't the biggest fan of possibly the situations were happening is there. Bad blood there between you own Ohio State, or if bygones be bygones since then. Sewri they made it, you know, for the national story came off like, you know, I had a problem with a house state what it was actually just me in a in a tiff between Aflac director and at the time. You take everything context context. You know, you know, he may have felt like he's got slight for me, you had two big egos that were basically going to give each other. And you what culture, you know, power? And you doing what race, you know? I'm I'm inner city black kid who comes and makes his big splash on TV. And then I'm just being totally irresponsible. My power, and then you have him who who's not going to be pushed around our our disrespected by this kid who thinks he owes the university. And so I think if we we both had a chance to do over again that we will do it are we would do it in kind of a where it was. But you know, me, you know, how state we've never directly had problems though, is just a disagreement or. Away of how we do things at eighteen, but you know, eighteen years old, and I'm pretty sure I'm taking eighteen year old and you give him a tremendous amount of power tremendous amount of odd. Just leveraged oversee. We have more people saying yes, rather than no that that that they make the same station. So everything's good between me and Ohio State. Now, I don't make it down as much as I would like to be pet. You know, just a distance from universities about forty minutes from our thirty or forty minutes from my house, but I usually make it to a couple of games a season..

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"maurice chlorate" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

Barstool Rundown

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

"And check out the limited edition football only available through the Super Bowl of what a football kit. You become say football. It's football. Beautiful municipal. You. Just change foot instead of what bowl foot ball ball. You just go football say bought ball football football football football football shape, containing hazardous football chips and dip too. Perfectly during the game. Okay. Ron brown. I hate to do this. She sure Super Bowl week when it should be about football and the game. And what's on the field hate never sleeps. Dave. It's not. Hey, kevin. I'm the problem. He legitimately forever. He's an alcoholic and he leaves help guide such oh he does. Kevin Kevin drinking wine on the bench wh-. Kevin. Let me ask you this. Let me let me joking. I'm not either. I haven't you both. We've been saying this forever. Kevin Healey is an alcoholic Asher crusher. Kevin tell you tell me at what point we should be concerned about LeBron is it when he when he shows wind down his little girl's throat when he down her throat when he skips holiday parties because he slept fourteen hours when he has to have a wine glass in his hand at all times. And he tell you what's ringing driving, maybe that's alleged or when he has to drink. On the sideline. Like, everyone knows that dude who you play softball with who just getting fucking blitz. There was one day at the office. I started drinking raise the red flag. Correct. So winning show me people like what's going on here. So technically that's his workplace. I can't not hit the bottle right for like three hours. Right. Get your as MAURICE chlorate used to say Denver. Get your goose on. Boorda's over here. Drinking any before schemes grey goose in the water bottles. Get goose on listen. He's surrounded by. Yes men..

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"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"To check in with the former college coach now working perceive ES Rick new Heizo who says what we saw last night. Also, we were wondering this if and everybody probably is with Trevor Lawrence f he was coming out. Now he was eligible for the draft even as a freshman. Would he go number one overall? And I think the the general reaction is that he would. But the CBA with the NFL says you have to be junior eligible to be able to go into the draft. And that's not going to change anytime soon. Plus the NFL doesn't want to bring in younger talent the NFL looks at what the NBA's doing like the NBA is trying to keep younger players from coming into the league. You know, they don't want the they want to say to the veterans. Hey, we're protecting you. We don't want you to lose your jobs. That's the same thing with the NFL. They don't wanna have an influx of younger players the one position that I could see that is running back where you'd say, you know. Marcus Lattimore, let South Carolina, you know. We've had some kids who've stayed running backs, and they take more wear and tear pounding than any other position. And they're the ones that you see pay a price, but Trevor Lawrence is is not going to get that opportunity for the next two years. But also, you know, you're what if you were able to draft somebody now, let's say Arizona had the rights to Trevor Lawrence, and you could draft him. Now, you're going to spend your draft pick and you put his money in a in a trust. But you're saying to that team. All right. You're using your draft pick on a freshman quarterback. Or if there was going to be Adrian Peterson his freshman year at Oklahoma. Yeah. Po- isn't Kyla Murray? Doing that exact thing with baseball. He's being drafted his rights are being held. And he's he's getting partial money, and he gets the rest when he shows up, but baseball can do that. Right. Why why couldn't football let the teams choose? If you wanted to draft Trevor launched now, and he gets worse over the next two years. It gets concussions. I ask fl. Neuro because then he you get everything he stays in college. And he gets his money for his work ever been proposed. Where you're you're you're drafting we give scholarships to kids who are eighth grade. Now, could you give could you draft Trevor Lawrence now? Yep. I asked Florio if he were a lawyer could he make a case like if he was representing Trevor Lawrence and his family, let's say they wanted to lawsuit. He goes, there's no case to be made MAURICE chlorate loss case and the NFL beeped beefed up its three year rule by putting it in the CBA. Then I asked him what if you were a sign that case he goes, I would turn that case down. That's that's too tough to get done. We'll get to your phone calls coming up, by the way of teamed up with full sail university, we've launched the Dan Patrick school of sports casting. It's an so you get a bachelor's degree in sports sportscasting. It's the only I think program in America that is doing and what I wanted to do. Because for so many years. I'd have kids or parents of children who say, hey, my son or daughter wants to get into the business. How do they get into it? And there is no direct way. Until now behind the camera in front of the camera podcasting radio, you get an actual degree a bachelor's degree in sports casting. And I got the best person there who is heading up the program. Gus ramsey. I worked with Gus for eighteen years at ESPN. We have partnered with nearby Rollins college. You get to do play by play color commentary for all their home games. We all have partnerships that were working on now with the golf channel the tennis channel. And we're trying to get you into the business without an internship. You're gonna have all the answers to the questions of these tests. That's what our goal is. So if you're interested in that the damn Patrick school sportscasting, go to full, sail dot EDU slash, Dan. Patrick. We have Bill Simmons involved sage steal some other people some other talent from other networks, including ESPN..

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"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Yes, Rick new Heizo new sess what we saw last night. Also, we were wondering this if and everybody probably is with Trevor Lawrence f he was coming out. Now he was eligible for the draft even as a freshman. Would he go number one overall? And I think the general reaction is that he would. But the CBI with the NFL says you have to be junior eligible to be able to go into the draft. And that's not going to change anytime soon. Plus the NFL doesn't want to bring in younger talent the NFL looks at what the NBA's doing like the NBA is trying to keep younger players from coming into the league. You know, they don't want the they want to say to the veterans. Hey, we're protecting you. We don't want you to lose your jobs. That's the same thing with the NFL. They don't wanna have an influx of younger players the one position that I could see that is running back where you'd say, you know. Marcus Lattimore, let South Carolina, you know. We've had some kids who've stayed running backs, and they take more wear and tear pounding than any other position. And they're the ones that you see pay a price, but Trevor Lawrence is not going to get that opportunity for the next two years. But also, you know, you're what if you were able to draft somebody now, let's say Arizona had the rights to Trevor Lawrence, and you could draft him. Now, you're going to spend your draft pick and you put his money in a in a trust. But you're saying to that team. All right. You're using your draft pick on a freshman quarterback. Or if there was going to be Adrian Peterson his freshman year at Oklahoma. Yeah. Isn't Kyla Murray? Doing that exact thing with baseball. He's being drafted his rights are being held. And he's he's getting partial money, and he gets the rest when he shows up, but baseball can do that. Right. Why why couldn't football let the teams choose? If you wanted to draft Trevor lawns now. And he gets worse over the next two years or gets concussions. I ask fl. Neuro because then you get everything he stays in college. And he gets his money for his work ever been proposed. Where you're you're you're drafting we give scholarships to kids who are eighth grade. Now, could you give could you draft Trevor Lawrence now? Yup. I asked Florio if he were a lawyer could he make a case like if he was representing Trevor Lawrence and his family, let's say they wanted to lawsuit. He goes, there's no case to be made MAURICE chlorate loss case and the NFL beeped beefed up its three year rule by putting it in the CBA. Then I asked him what if he were a sign that case he goes, I would turn that case down. That's that's too tough to get done. We'll get your phone calls coming up, by the way of teamed up with full sail university. We've launched the damn Patrick school of sports casting. It's an ex you get a bachelor's degree in sports caster. It's the only I think program in America that is doing and what I wanted to do. Because for so many years. I'd have kids or parents of children who say, hey, my son or daughter wants to get into the business. How do they get into it? And there is no direct way. Until now behind the camera in front of the camera podcasting radio, you get an actual degree a bachelor's degree in sports casting. And I got the best person there who is heading up the program. Gus ramsey. I worked with Gus for eighteen years at ESPN. We have partnered with nearby Rollins college. You get to do play by play color commentary for all their home games. We all have partnerships that were working on now with the golf channel the tennis channel. And we're trying to get you into the business without an internship. You're going to have all the answers to the questions of these tests. That's what our goal is. So if you're interested in that the damn Patrick schools sportscasting, go to full, sail dot EDU slash, Dan. Patrick. We have Bill Simmons involved sage steal some other people some other talent from other networks, including ESPN..

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"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Them on the business in biceps podcast with Cory Gregory and John Fosko. He runs the red zone, a mental health and drug recovery agency. MAURICE chlorate. Pretty cool intro. Hey, I appreciate you MAURICE and I, I don't wanna take much your time here at loved the dig rate him because you have one of the most fascinating stories in the history of football, and I think your story does a lot of motivating and inspiring people about overcoming adversity and stuff like that. So let's get into it. You go to state you're being talked about is the greatest running back on earth. Is that some of the most precious times you've ever had in your entire life. One most precious. I would say yes, very notable. I think four for any kid, you know, when you when you playing football ultimately, you know go to a premier college in half success. You know, I think is is is a gold at that a lot of young guys have and that winter and to, you know, just teammates that were made practice. Our had memories, even though they were short lived. Those things were those things were better than great. They're fantastic and to accomplish so much in high school and then immediately go to college in our ten thirteen month span to accomplish. You know what we did in college. You know, I wouldn't trade memories four for the world. And you know those things happened back in two thousand two and three and still to this day on a matter where I'm at around the country, we were, I'm able to steal talk about those at least oppression to people that are lasting. Buckeyes fans love you for what you did for them with that being said to thirty thirty thirty thirty came out about you, and it seemed as if the AD wasn't the biggest fan of MAURICE claret or he wasn't the biggest fan of possibly the situations that were happening. Is there bad blood there between you own Ohio State? Or if bygones be bygones since then. For the story they made it. You know, for the national story came off, like, you know, I had a problem with a house state what it was actually just me in a in a tiff between Nath lake director. And at the time you take everything context context, you know, you know, he may have felt like he's got slighted for me. You had two big egos that were basically going against each other and you didn't culture, you know power and you do what race, you know, I'm inner city black kid who comes and makes his big splash on TV, and then I'm just being totally irresponsible, my power, and then you have him who who's not going to push around our disrespected by this kid who thinks he owes the university. And so I think if we we both had a chance to do over again that we will do it are we would do it in kind of a where it was, but you know me, you know how state we've never directly had problems though, is just a disagreement. Away of how do things at eighteen, but you know, eighteen years old and I'm pretty sure if you taking eighteen year old and you give him a tremendous amount of power in tremendous amount of a just leveraged oversee. We have more people saying, yes, rather than no, that that that they make the same station. So everything is between me and Ohio State now I don't make it down as much as I would like to be, you know, just a distance from universities about forty minutes from our thirty or forty minutes from my house, but usually make it to a couple of games a season..

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"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"maurice chlorate" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Them on the business in biceps podcast with Cory Gregory and John Fosko. He runs the red zone, a mental health and drug recovery agency. MAURICE chlorate. Pretty cool intro. Hey, I appreciate you MAURICE and I, I don't wanna take much your time here at loved the dig rate him because you have one of the most fascinating stories in the history of football, and I think your story does a lot of motivating and inspiring people about overcoming adversity and stuff like that. So let's get into it. You go to state you're being talked about is the greatest running back on earth. Is that some of the most precious times you've ever had in your entire life. One most precious. I would say yes, very notable. I think four for any kid, you know, when you when you playing football ultimately, you know go to a premier college in half success. You know, I think is is is a gold at that a lot of young guys have and that winter and to, you know, just teammates that were made practice. Our had memories, even though they were short lived. Those things were those things were better than great. They're fantastic and to accomplish so much in high school and then immediately go to college in our ten thirteen month span to accomplish. You know what we did in college. You know, I wouldn't trade memories four for the world. And you know those things happened back in two thousand two and three and still to this day on a matter where I'm at around the country, we were, I'm able to steal talk about those at least oppression to people that are lasting. Buckeyes fans love you for what you did for them with that being said to thirty thirty thirty thirty came out about you, and it seemed as if the AD wasn't the biggest fan of MAURICE claret or he wasn't the biggest fan of possibly the situations that were happening. Is there bad blood there between you own Ohio State? Or if bygones be bygones since then. For the story they made it. You know, for the national story came off, like, you know, I had a problem with a house state what it was actually just me in a in a tiff between Nath lake director. And at the time you take everything context context, you know, you know, he may have felt like he's got slighted for me. You had two big egos that were basically going against each other and you didn't culture, you know power and you do what race, you know, I'm inner city black kid who comes and makes his big splash on TV, and then I'm just being totally irresponsible, my power, and then you have him who who's not going to push around our disrespected by this kid who thinks he owes the university. And so I think if we we both had a chance to do over again that we will do it are we would do it in kind of a where it was, but you know me, you know how state we've never directly had problems though, is just a disagreement. Away of how do things at eighteen, but you know, eighteen years old and I'm pretty sure if you taking eighteen year old and you give him a tremendous amount of power in tremendous amount of a just leveraged oversee. We have more people saying, yes, rather than no, that that that they make the same station. So everything is between me and Ohio State now I don't make it down as much as I would like to be, you know, just a distance from universities about forty minutes from our thirty or forty minutes from my house, but usually make it to a couple of games a season..

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