17 Burst results for "Mike Rossier"

"mike rozier" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Oh, yeah, triggered just on edge, And here's the thing. I talked about it on my show this morning, and I'll continue to beat this drum when you are on edge. This is not a myth. This is not fantasy. When you were on edge when you feel like you are not safe. Someone's taking something from you. You are a middle literally turns off your front alone because it doesn't want you sitting at the in the cave going. Is that a nice tiger? A sweet tiger. It just wants you to run, man. I just want you to fight. And so If you woke up this morning, angry If you woke up this morning in a state of what's happening from my family was happening for my country. What? Yeah, call us. Can I even pursue my drinking? Has all of the sudden we got a different president and and we got a different What is that could affect my purpose. My kids, can I even and it's like, Hey, let's take a deep into my family's call me tell you something else. I want to I want to put the call out. For those of you who are hurting from being out of work for a long time. Let's not forget that when covert 19 hit it wrecked It wrecked people's lives sideways. John sent me something this weekend. I haven't even showed. I haven't told James this s O. James, I'm having coffee Saturday morning. And sitting there a text pops up from Dr John Baloney. I'm like, Oh, And this is what he said me. He was doing some research. And there's a guy by the name of Andrew Oswald. I was going to you up on this who is an economist at the University of Work in the U. K. And basically says that no other circumstance produces a larger decline in mental health. And well being. And being in voluntarily so laid off. For load. Out of work. So then being nothing is producing a larger decline in mental health and well being, then being involuntarily out of work for six months or more. Listen to this, John. This blew me away. It is the worst thing that can happen, he says. Equivalent to the death of a spouse and a is a direct quote. Ah, kind of bereavement. In its own, right. So, John, you and I do combined forces on this. This is a seriously traumatic event. If you're out of work, yes, or in work that you hate right or when you are working for Somebody else's pleasure. You're not working to help somebody right? You're working for somebody else is flourishing. Right? You know, you and I, We've we've talked about this privately. When our friend Mike Rozier this summer, and he mentioned something that I never thought of that when we told 30 Million Americans ya'll are essential. We told 300. Other million Americans. You know what? You'll just go? That's it. We don't need you. We'll just send you a check. Yes. And when you read that research, we basically told everybody to listen. You'll have less value. That's it. Just go home. Well million money. We don't need you in that set off a chemical storm in our hearts and minds that have made us to press not to mention for over five decades of messaging that says, if you don't go to college, you're second class citizen. All the cities. You go into the trades Your loser. You're a loser. So here's the deal. Triple eight. 2552 to 5. Remember it? Triple 882552 to 5 phone lines are open, John and our killer right back. We're gonna help you. This is the day branches show..

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"mike rozier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I'm not. I'm not knee deep yet, but I'm getting into it. That's all Canadian. Yeah. You know, the funny thing is Two is you could do the same exercise that we've done it well, you could do the same exercise with music because they'll they'll export. Ah, like for you pick particularly to a year all time type. Russia's a Canadian band one of my favorites. Then you got your Neil Young's. You Got your Your Bryan Adams because that's when I was waiting. You got to believe you're more sets. Isn't she? Canadian? Yes. Yeah, Bring out Bring out a Morissette. Murphy. Give respect to one. Although Nova you can't you gotta bring in some of the 70 that some of the weepy seventies balladeers like a Lightfoot. Perhaps a Murray. Family. I believe I believe it by the way wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald the song I've never liked. Ranked Way too high in the top 300 of the city once again ahead of Sergio Dude about 150 wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald was like in the top 30. I was like, Whoa, what's going on here? Come on, You know you used to reference the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald on more than one occasion to Jim Harbaugh. What that's like. Don't Gordon Lightfoot song Record The Edmund Fitzgerald? Yeah. Do you know that song following? I don't know if I'd done a lot out of it and it it out. Yeah, I suppose so. Yeah, I suppose I do. Yeah, Anyway, it's awful and it gets stuck in my head anyway, I think he's Canadian thing, and I believe and Murray and Murray You're doing her thing. Robbie Robertson, the band Canadian. They got him, but he's Canadian. Gotta you gotta Um, Coach. Did you watch any of the hockey last night? Did not. You know what was going on until it was over? Yeah, I caught a little bit of the Heisman stuff. But how about like, Yeah, because I don't need I don't need it. Now we're gonna have build up to them, You know, right way name. They knew what it was in an envelope with a video like they have really turned that thing into one of the great, awkward even when it's live and in person. It's super awkward. It was the night Army Navy, usually right. It's always like that, especially after them and even But then there's always this long part. You know, they got the family's there. And then there's like, you know, Sometimes the director doesn't give the cute admires, and he doesn't know when to talk or whatever. And there's like people sitting there, and there's usually somebody coughing in the audience, you know, But the one thing I will say that it's always golden for though, is is the return of the past Heisman winners to check out how these guys are looking. And like the Mike Rozier with the brim every year, you know, Twitter world this is it was truly he was not part of the scene, and you know what this needs to be said, because this could even make it Come on, Great of you Something you don't watch there, and this is I don't wanna, uh, set aside the O. J refer second for I'm gonna get serious for 30. Seconds here and say this. This happened over the last month and didn't get nearly perfected. Didn't get any of the deserved. I know. Dave Fleming mentioned this on can be our Ted Robinson puts it, then our social media Todd Husak reached out to me over Christmas to try to get some people involved. This was the 50th anniversary of Jim Plunkett Heisman Trophy season at Stanford, and there was nothing done about it. Nothing. There was no tributes. There was nothing official. I mean, I know there's a frickin pandemic, but do Jim Plunkett continues to just walk around? With arguably one of the great resumes, and they checked everywhere in sports. His checks every freaking box. It's starting with the Heisman Trophy. How many people walking around? No. Jim Plunkett won the Heisman Trophy. Not enough. Not enough. Not enough, right? That's the answer. That same year he won the Rose Bowl. Okay. He won the frickin Rosabal for Stanford and beat was in Ohio State was like number 12 or three and he caught my eye originally in the Rose Bowl, All right Number one number one pick in the draft. Number one pick in the draft, and then you know, probably New England, 40 Niners and then obviously to your guy. Yeah, he finally came home to the home of champions. Then he found paradise Red, white and blue. I don't know what you're talking about. Wasn't remember the 50 years and I think the wild remembered it every day. I think the Raider team he want to Super Bowl with Plunkett and get over the Eagles. I think that was a wild card team think they won three games with the first wild card team. There you go. Yes, well cards and then I mean, I don't mean to be. I'm not trying to be in polite here it all because I know his family listens, and in fact, one of his brothers or cousins once won a trip to Hawaii. But I'm just going to say that when it comes to great middle age like C P A. Looks versus like retired athlete who still looks ripped up and Gino Torretta. You know, to read out with the balding and you know a little bit of the punch. He's just like, you know what? And now he's yours. Now. He's like he's the guy who does your taxes. You went from being the Heisman Trophy winner. So the guy want doing my taxes man on then, just all the other looks. It's great to see. You know, it was great to see hell they were. They were all over the place Last night..

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"mike rozier" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Here's your true false question. Today, Scotty from Lincoln, Nebraska to a false General Cornwallis was a British general. Group to to look at you. For the start of the civil war. Which of the following is true about the economies of the North and the South. A. Scott, both the North and South had agriculture economies be both the North and the South Had industrialized economies see the economy of the North was more industrialized, while the economy of the south was more agricultural Bc yes three for three is a kind of easy. What's with the multiple choices today was just know what's riding. Yeah, I got it. Number four. I don't know Some of us. Are you really a history professor? Am at university. Oh, you work at the actual university, Nebraska Radio. Cool. All right. By the way, I went to Miami. I started my collegiate career four schools in seven years. But I went there right after Bernie costar and the Hurricanes beat your Nebraska Cornhuskers. And what a team that was. You guys have, like Turner Gill. Mike Rozier. Irving Friar. Remember that team? When we came back couple years later and beat him, and I was actually at the game and 94. Very good. All right, Scotty. All right. Here we go in three for three years before in 1993, a siege in Waco. Involved the Branch Davidians and offshoot of the seventh Day Adventists. Who was their leader, David, Correct? Yes, that siege took place. On April. The 19th, which is my birthday same day is the Oklahoma City bombing. On the same day, they found that other sauna brother hiding in a boat bleeding from his neck in Massachusetts, fifth and final question. A chance to cope Piper five in 1986, the rocket carrying the Challenger space shuttle. Exploded just after takeoff. Seven astronauts were killed that day. One of them was a school teacher. What was her name? Remember? My one of my high school teachers was one of the finalists for that. So you know these Christa McAuliffe look atyou. Very, very tough. Bernie can't win today. Even Pete Morgan, the man who sponsors this game is doing the golf clap peering studio..

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"mike rozier" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"I know where he was found but I don't have the answer to who did it when you don't have the answer to who did this to me it's not my complete closure. Now, even with the answer of who did it? I had a woman I was talking to who also lost his son she knows to who, what, when, where, why, and how. So she knows the person plus she knows. How her son died. She had it all together in one, but it doesn't mean that she doesn't revisit to place because anything can be a to a mother who draws the child. And so she knows what it's like to have answers I don't. and. When I spoke with her a few months ago back I said, I don't know how I'm going to react. Once I get my answer to Mike Rozier that I feel I need and I said. But my grief I never know when it's GonNa Come I. Don't know when it's going to go I have no idea because anything can spark me from watching General Hospital to watching a lifetime movie too. I could just be watching a movie and really into it and it's like a match for kit you in the head and all of a sudden it's almost Like a vision of that night that will come out of nowhere you don't know when you're GonNa get hit as a parent in the head and you don't know whether it's going to last you days reeks month or how often it's GonNa come. It's not anything that when you lose a child but you can control because she don't know you just know that person's missing. But yet there's a person out there who did this and they're living their life I went with the idea of if God didn't take Derek One, he did Derek might have been off base. In a good joe figuring out this guy looks okay because some of these people that murder people don't really look like murderers some you see that evil missing their face right away and you get this including that tells you go.

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"mike rozier" Discussed on The Smutlancer Podcast

The Smutlancer Podcast

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on The Smutlancer Podcast

"Everybody lords with molly more. Did you miss US having totally missed us? You've missed US right. You know you must have right quiet for the past couple of weeks. But we're so full disclosure. We are not going to be able to teach you anything. We're just going to talk about the state of the world for a little bit as a sweat and how we're coping so just just don't worry about. We thought we'd ease into and also I I know personally for me. It feels weird to try to. Just keep doing things as normal without at least mentioning that the world is on fire right now right so yeah and yeah but that means we don't have any notes for this. I don't have any plan personally so I'm not even sure. How do we normally a little bit where we know what we're GonNa talk about are usually have this great bread? She thing going and it's just not happening so I guess let's start with this. How the hell are you molly more? You know what I'm okay. It's been a man but you know I'm not I know a yeah I WANNA pre price everything. I saying this episode. I'm fully aware I'm not alone in this game. Like another everybody out there is like Oh my God. The world is on fire. So yeah it's been tough over say we had to cancel Iraqi corn which was a really difficult decision to make and one that I really struggled with like. What was the right thing to do? Nobody with no real guidance or advice from anybody really and so yeah after of reading reading reading and soul searching and looking at data and mathematical charts and all this stuff I made the decision and decided to cancel it I am happy with my decision and God that I made it. It was really hard to do. It was heartbreaking. Actually I have to say but absolutely the right decision absolutely right station. I don't have a single moment where I feel. Patrie shouldn't off on either. I did my absolute best to keep people safe. And that's all that mattered. Attend end of the day the conference and everything else and it didn't doesn't matter it's not it doesn't matter it doesn't matter in the same context as people's lives so yes so that was kind of fairly traumatic In and of itself and then oversee everything else is really turned my sake. I'm actually in the vulnerable great as our government monks to call us Which votes people Nothing wrong with me. but I actually have feddie rag condition that makes me so. It's really weird because I got she. Smashes SPEAK TO MY DOCTOR. Today Miracle No offense to them. 'cause they're taught swamped and I was. Because I've been trying to establish whether I I knew I was but I had never had the letter or anything like that so I proved that I am so for example. Getting people just go and do my shopping for me or allowing getting my daughter to not have to go to work. We don't actually have like any proof apart from my side so I've been trying to attain that such a verbal confirmation that I am which was Super Wade because they actually kinda knocked me despite the fact that I've just spent the last ten days trying to stop. I am knowing for where I am having a medical professional or associated with the medical official confirming that I am actually on that list widdly Khanna made me have some really weird feelings about it and I think a my she wrote about this but I think having a condition I've had since I was a very small child. It's my normal like it hasn't really had a massive impact on my. I mean it hasn't an impact Munaf but it's something that I've grown up with that I don't know any different and as an adult now in day to day life. It doesn't have any like I don't take any medication for it. It hasn't had huge impact on my kind of just day to day normal life until suddenly now and it was somebody like I'm felt being defined by a little bit because I think the first time in my life where I've ever really felt that was the case. So yeah so some weird complicated feelings and than of course all the other stuff that's going on and worrying about work and money and My offspring So yeah it's been a tough. Oh time I'm happy. I think you're gonNA thing in some ways. The change has not been so stock for me and today because we worked at home anyway so in a win some ways our day to day life hasn't changed as dramatically as other people's has so you know I was used to working at high. I didn't go out to a job so that essentially she hasn't changed. Things have changed for me. Is I mean I can no longer got the icon. Could no longer basically leave the house in this. I can ensure the I'm not GonNa meet somebody while I'm out and in some ways of the biggest change is the dramatic changes to my daughter's life and so having to one support high through that because obviously that's had an impact on her emotionally to understandably but also in some ways a lot of the going out I did was related to her life and of course that's all stopped so now it's just lie. Okay now what do we do so yeah? I think I in that sense. This has changed. Fundamentally the Mot- The for the most part the structure of my day because I went to high. Anyway it's all the other stuff that's changed as a result of obviously you know dealing with the fallout after. Erotica on Ano- suggest that emotional Parfitt realizing that. I am really vulnerable in this situation. That's quite frightening. I have been scared. I've been scared in the last two or three weeks in. Why are not sure I ever have been before. I don't life so yet a wig Feelings to manage. But I'm doing a cab. Much had some terrible days some treaty terrible ties. And that's why it whoever's listening to this I feel you if you're having a really awful for fucking die. I have been there and I'm sure I will be again. I have the last couple of days I really feel like I've turned a corner by will say you never know like all this stuff. Kind of light grows back up at you again when you're expecting it but yet just like that was some of things that. I think we're going to try and talk about like. Don't be hard on yourself if you're not being productive all the time. Fuck that is perfectly reasonable to land so for and eat some ice cream if you can get any onscreen have a wine watch TV. Whatever like the the. There's a a temptation to really beat yourself up for not being like well I'm home. Ashby not super octave. I must vegetable garden and you know. So Hey Mike Rozier and rotten ofo and decorate house light now. Just breathe so yeah. I think that's a summary of where I am in a price to stay a little bit more. This is wild. I don't even really know what to say. Like who have a current Any of this like who'd have been a twenty nineteen really. She gave me. I was like this associate. Twenty nineteen contain. You can go in the been twenty twenty. Come on bring it on no. I cancelled that funk not happily back to twenty nineteen. It was better fucking. Roses was compared to the it was a breeze. It was there. I don't even know what I was. I was warning about Franken. 'cause this is like wow okay. We took twenty nine and I don't know we know more than doubled down like this is I don't even know what to say. So yeah all that like. It's really weird and also the thing is you feel like I've seen a lot of people talk about this guy. Need shopping minute twenty. Twenty hrs feels like it's been here for five years already. It's the year that won't unbelievable end. Never it's just I pro- and it's like what has happened in. Like I supposed to be tweeting about so finely wear at the end of the two hundred as of March and now we can start the thousand days of April and it's just like yes like what is happening to this like at the days. Yeah I the world's got mad. I'm trying anyway. How you doing album? I think it just shows that we all have our own unique perspective and reaction because I am one of those weirdly calm people. I like you my day to day has not changed much Work from hauling didn't have the commute. Don't have offices shutting down that I can't go to quite frankly most of the time. I don't really want to go anywhere. And now it's hurting my feelings to stay at home a lot more I do. I am aware that at any point A client might need to decrease the amount of work or stopped for awhile or whatever. 'cause they're going to have to follow their financial situation like I'm aware of all of that but it's had kind of an unreal sort of feeling in terms of you know what it feels like day to day by. Jumper Ouston and I have had a very weird role reversals so I have anxiety and I have a bipolar disorder and so I do a lot of wild mood swings back and forth on this like like a roller coaster of them and my sort of constant state of being tends to be anxiousness. And I'm in this really weird calm place and it stumbling stone who is scared and oh by the way if you can hear that awful sound in the background mention it just. That's my elderly dog. Who has a tracheal cough? He's actually fine. It sounds awful. But he's okay so every podcast record these days. I have to put that disclaimer just in Haizhu wondering I can say in. You guys can't see he's like trying around in the background. He's quite pay Chew on a toy right now and he just did a big yeah. He's just out of my hill tosses toys up in the air and catch them in a little bit and then wonder why his coughing. You can't understand what's happening so that's probably the worst is like his off is getting worse and we're having to have the conversation of should we take him to the vet is this. Is this worth putting ourselves all aristocrats? It's those conversations but no jump Brownstone has gone through a lot of what you've described with with bad days and it's been really rough on him and so normally constant state of being the calm one and he tries to help me find perspective and and not feel so anxious and we have absolutely switched there. Isn't it see? I wonder if that's because Jeb had more like you said as you said you were often more than happy to stay on the amount of time you and I have hung out at the weekend? I've been lightweight. Ab and you're like Oh. He's going to his sons on his negative in one guy. He's going to do the like he's gone out to night. B. B. J. B..

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"mike rozier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Is quarter to wagner. Here we go heads off the Sensiti circles back around. The ARC delivers top of the key. Rock mind ten seconds left. I'll walk bond drives. He puts it off the glass. HUSTON gets out of three point. Nine left Davis will go to the other. The two free throws with Houston leading sixty three sixty five now back to sports overnight. America with Jeffrey. He'll ally I think. Thank you all right. I'm sorry could you bats. I know that the rest of that three point nine seconds didn't go particularly well and I know that the Michigan wolverines route to a championship. Berth in the two thousand eighteen tournament did best. The Houston cougars in round onto but a lot to smile about their in Kunar country. especially if you're football fan. I know it's been a little bit tough to keep a head coach employed. But it's gone pretty. Well you know major applewhite hasn't really proven anything yet. But when you see Kevin someone being hired away by Texas am and then the brass ring. Tom Urban gets a job offer from the University of Texas. Those jobs that you expect your your head coach to leave your program for And you are. Brian was is successful. Despite the fact that you learn what he was a little further down on the road Great Greek program that they've got there in the American Athletic Conference they've They played well in the conference. USA and and they've played well in this new conference that they're in they beat Florida state in one of those neo coveted new year. Six Games And Great Sith Greg Board. Junior was a great quarterback on that team. You don't Kevin Someone's last year. There was a lot of talk about about that team going undefeated. You know you actually played. Larry Fedora Southern Mississippi team in that particular conference USA Championship. You're not necessarily you know and it hasn't been although you know they. They haven't lived in the fast lane there in Houston This isn't Boise state where they just reeled field off. Seventy six seventy wins in seventy six games or whatever it was Chris Peterson dot did that was so crazy and they went to Washington and prove that he was a little more than a fluke. You know when you've got people thinking that Boise State is what led to Chris. Peterson success and not necessarily boise state itself but the lack of competition that they had in the western Athletic Conference and then in the mountain West Conference when they did move over there. But you don't for a team from the American Athletic Conference and arguably you know what's really the difference between being the first first team out of the power five and the last last conferences in the power six. It's just a matter of distinction and affiliate station and something that worked out because of probably basketball even though half your basketball membership doesn't feel the football all team You know I think that there were favors done to the big east courtesy that were not extended to the American Athletic Conference Wants Louisville Departed for the ACC the Atlantic coast kaffirs so You know and you feel bad for the Houston's the Cincinnati is that move up there why get the carpet pulled out from underneath them. Once they move up into certain conferences Houston was never. The big issues was in the conference. USA So they've always been kind of a mid major and the other team in town there. The Rice owls John Heisman heisman coach. There they play for cotton bolls. Going back You know going back into the forties and the fifties Seven five Overall at both play they did win the conference USA Championship again. This is rice. This is the rice owls they WANNA conference USA Championship in two thousand thirteen. They had a conference title in Nineteen ninety-four but before that nine hundred thirty four thirty seven forty six forty nine fifty three and Dan fifty-seven they consider SMU The cougars as well as the University of Texas to be their rivals six. Aw Six Eric ads for the blue and gray but Houston largely not a factor What you're talking about college Football a ball or even Cinderella's within the sport I grew up on the Houston oilers the Houston oilers Cincinnati. Bengals the Pittsburgh steelers in my the Cleveland Browns all played in the AFC Central Division in the eighties. And you know when I first came into football Very close division. The browns wanted to eight eight in Nineteen eighty-five on they won the division again in eighty six eighty seven but Houston always. A thorn in. The side is very difficult to go down in the ASTRODOME and play They had problems figuring out the running game. They had Mike Rozier from Nebraska for a few years They had Alonzo Odds Ohio Smith. Lorenzo white but That was really on inconsequential. Because Jerry Glanville likes you throw the brock round. They had a guy in Warren Moon. Could you it. They had Haywood Jeffries. They add drew hill. They had ernest. Givens a few years later they out webster slaughter Over from the Cleveland Browns They were always gritty. AFC central matchups whether they were playing the bengals whether they were playing with steelers steelers. Or you know that that clip coming back by the way was from Nineteen Eighty nine playoff game in the astrodome or the steelers went into the house of horrors. Says it was called back that and you know they. They ended up winning because it was Pittsburgh in the playoffs. And historically. That's what Pittsburgh does in the playoffs. But Jerry Glanville perhaps best remembered for just being so laid back a a Buddy Ryan once upon a time to fight with Kevin Gilbride on the sidelines. The Astros or the the astros the oilers who played in the Astrodome They stuck around instill night the nineteen ninety seven season when they took the oilers name with them temporarily to Memphis vis but the state of Tennessee. They were Tennessee oilers. They were just the same in their first years in Tennessee. Eight nee aid their first two years at Tennessee seventy nine eight eight and eight and their last two years in Houston and you know what could be the recurring theme. Oh is a Jeff Fisher. Jeff Fisher the extremely mediocre painfully mediocre head football coach of both the Houston oilers and the Tennessee. oilers eventually the Tennessee Titans. He went to a super bowl. He didn't win it Houston. Dan Does Not have a championship in football. Unless you go back to the first couple of years that the oilers existed in the AFL. They won the championship. Those two years only to the Super Bowl after they moved to Tennessee as a Cleveland browns fan. I can feel you on that Allah Baltimore Ally Plot Tennessee. I'm sure that there are. There's little love lost for the Tennessee. Titans in the city of Houston especially now that they you have a division rival in the Houston Texas. We're GONNA take a quick.

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"mike rozier" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I am forever in your forever grateful for you can you imagine the other co show give me the keys to to this football program it just means so much to me and my family and issue I sure hope they give him a lifetime contract you deserve how great is that how great is all it was it would listen he thanked Ohio state of I mean he was it was incredible I mean that was just pure raw emotion and just starting out by thanking the old line taking Ohio if I stay where he's from in southeastern Ohio I mean really was just an incredible moment I know Friday you got to spend time with his family as well yeah Friday night they have a dinner for all the for the Heisman finalist they get plaques to commemorate the accomplishment for them all the Heisman former Heisman winners are there it's a I got to meet all these guys and one it's a great reminder with bad they're all kids like they all looked exhausted by the run of the awards leading up to this remember they've gone through a whole season on one schedule another completely offered so they're in rooms full of people they're all trying to get a piece of them and they all handled themselves extremely well a lot of great families also they're supporting these guys were getting to meet Joe and his parents his dad yeah I thought it was a code for the Iowa Barnstormers magazine also all when I was calling yeah it was a coach in Ohio for a number of years a job Joe mentioned just retired this year but being around all of them and see if you get it all the things you hear secondhand about Joe from behind the scenes all lead you to believe that this isn't some act he's putting on this isn't something he's force for the state this is always calm down there and been at that university and so you're right trade the way that they have embraced him but also the way he went down there and did you want in there and he tried to earn the respect of everybody in that locker room last year didn't go the way right away because there was a lot of billing for Joe blow going into laceration down L. as you and all the things he was supposed to change any work through it be grinded through it we got to this season and historic year and has led them in every facet possible so really impressive group of kids but definitely join unbelievably deserving winner I'm not sure there's more passionate fan base in college football fans are college now yeah and so you get you're gonna have who you've got our route for obviously specially in the playoffs rumble time but if you're looking for someone to latch on to might be a good guy to just now be all in for right now yeah I I mean very very cool as again December twenty eighth we get that they caught the the semi final game so we have to wait till we get that but that was that was a great moment that to be played over and over again for a lot of people to listen to my moment always Friday night when Mike was at that dinner all of a sudden I get a phone call I know is that this dinner with all his Heisman the big the cat just to give you guys an idea what I was sitting in between Marcus Allen and Tim brown who were just chop it all these things is not like the other things just doesn't belong I didn't say an awful lot it was across the table I was like okay we'll we'll do that song the phone rings and his name pops up and I answer the phone and it's not him so one of the phones are Mike Rozier was sitting with me who in addition to being a former Heisman Trophy winner was also a former teammate of Dennehy's Houston now and as soon as he saw me he goes because Dolan Judy is that you don't call that Wilson my you know had to to those because like yeah Hey man you play with me and use I like former Heisman winner I say my group here from my so congratulations to you congratulations junior the vote graduation to job continues to win everything there is in college football this season well coming up next they finally did it but what is it me going forward we'll get to that after that doesn't mean that the greatest team of all time yeah no one wants to see them right now worried about finding the perfect gift this holiday we've got you covered because when you give the gift of.

"mike rozier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"They won the division again in eighty eighty six and eighty seven but houston always a thorn in the side is very difficult to go down to the astrodome and play they have problems figuring out the running game they had <hes> mike rozier from nebraska for a few years <hes> they had alonzo highsmith lorenzo white but <hes> that was really on inconsequential. That's glendale because jerry glanville liked to throw the brock around. They had a guy in warren moon could do it <hes> they had haywood jeffries. They add drew hill. They had curtis givens of a few years later. They got webster slaughter over from the cleveland browns <hes> they were always gritty eighty a._f._c. central matchups whether they were playing the bengals whether they were playing with steelers or you know that that clip coming back by the way was from nineteen eighty nine i playoff game in the astrodome or the steelers went into the house of horrors as it was called back then and you know they they ended up winning winning because it was pittsburgh in the playoffs and historically that's what pittsburgh does in the playoffs but jerry glanville perhaps best remembered for you're just being so laid back a buddy ryan once upon a time got into a fight with kevin gilbride on the sidelines lines on the astros or the v. astros the oilers who played in the astrodome they stuck around until night the nineteen ninety seven season when they took the oilers name with them temporarily to memphis but the state of tennessee the tennessee oilers <hes> they were just the same in their first first few years in tennessee eight and their first two years at tennessee seven nine eight eight in their last two years in houston and you know what could be the recurring theme komo is a jeff fisher jeff fisher the extremely mediocre painfully mediocre at football coach of both the houston oilers and the tennessee at issue oilers eventually the tennessee titans. He wanted to a super bowl. He didn't win it. Houston does not have a championship in football unless you go back to the the first couple of years that the oilers existed in the a._f._l. They won the championship. Those two years only the super bowl after they moved to tennessee a c as a cleveland browns fan. I can feel you on that. Ally baltimore allah tennessee. I'm sure that there are there's little love lost cost for the tennessee titans in the city of houston especially now that they have a division rival in houston texas. We're gonna take a quick break. My name's shepherds sports overnight america and we'll be right back. The.

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"mike rozier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Same season. I running back to score three touchdowns the Super Bowl. Plus, he's a longtime runner. His name is Roger Craig Roger Hotta. Heck you do it. Awesome. Roger, you are the best. I she yet you taking time. So when you first come out of college, and you end up with the forty Niners. Did you have any idea how good that team was going to be? I saw them a year two years before the you know, when they won the Super Bowl. Going to school. And they won the in the next year. They didn't win the Super Bowl. And then, you know, I got this this, I read this, this quote in, in Sports Illustrated, San the forty Niners coach was interested in me. And the guy who basically told him about me was John gruden's father. Was the scout for for Bill wash. And so he, he liked my story that what I did my senior year at Nebraska. So, basically, my junior year, you know is preseason all American going into my senior year. You know, I was all conference may, you know, at has some great yards against Florida state like two hundred forty yards against them. You know the previous year and then coach is one move me to fullback. And so I'm a team guy. So I'm like, hey, this is going to help our team win. I'll place a little back. I gave up my running back vision to play fullback to block for, for for Mike Rozier, who was great. And it went on one Heisman after I left. Yeah. But, but Jon Gruden hurt heard about that story. And he told they'll wash. And next to no, I was reading the Sports Illustrated that four nine century, my. Wow. I ain't have only had like five hundred yards rushing why they want why they want me to make their why they want me to be there for them. One. Pick, you know. So it was kind of scared me because I'm like shoot. I gotta learn how to catch the ball now. Catching one hundred passes a day, and I was just all my gosh. I, I was freaking out, you know, and then, you know when the draft came around, I got this call from Bill wash and your. I am. The forty-ninth selection or something. Yeah. Yeah. How the forty nine selection forty nine. Oh. But check this out highschool. I wore forty nine. I text you pitcher. Forty Niners jersey forty nine that was my number forty nine. Love that the highschool you are. You're a runner, right? Second track and field for track. A hundred hurdle hundred ten to one ten hurdles and the four hundred meter hurdles I like track more than football. You know I ran track at Nebraska as well but you know, but track was something that I really love and I kind of fell into football. My older brother was way, better athlete than I was third. Best running back coming out of high school, Elvis, peacock, Terry Miller, and my brother. Jerry Miller play for Oklahoma state, and then ever speak out play for Oklahoma. Then my brother went to Nebraska. Top three running backs in the country coming out of high school and he got hurt. He played in the all star game sprained his ankle and back then they couldn't fix tendons acting to do like, right. Steph curry. His ankles fixed. In the seventies, they couldn't do those types of things. So we had to play on the ankle so career at Nebraska, and he and he signed free agent to, you know, the Buffalo Bills and they released them, but then he, he didn't have desire to keep going, but he was one of the best running backs in the country. Man. It was amazing. So I just fell into that, man. And when you get to a team that has won the SuperBowl two years before obviously you could tell that the talent is there and talk about some of your teammates and what was your first thought one thing about when you when you go to teams like that? Bring to the table. So of high school, I always learn that, you know, the team was bigger than me. And that my that was my high school coach Jim FOX told me that came is bigger than you. It's not about us about the team. That's how I made that decision. My senior year going into my senior Nebraska, it's team is big only lost one game that year you know. And so I say if it's going to have our team win. So bit. I'll play fullback to block for Mike rosier. Okay. Then that was my senior year now. And then I watched the forty Niners and I said, well, I got to bring something to the table, and we almost went to sue boom I- rookie year. Yeah. The NFC championship game. Absolutely. We played in his Washington Redskins and they had these phantom pass to, to pass interferences. They called on our guys. And, you know, we couldn't figure out, you know who did it. I mean me they didn't it showed that they it was passing appearance. So I don't know what happened with that. But I'm not going to go into that. But the rest went on and played against the raiders, and you know markets had a hell of a game that day, you know, I guess he didn't want to California teams in the Super Bowl plant in east coast. That's all. So at the time that you came in, you were the first guy to catch a thousand yards and run for thousand yards. We're running backs not catching the ball that much out of the backfield back in the eighty. No. They weren't. There weren't that many bags that were were doing like all purpose backs. They're just pure run is like Eric Dickerson, Earl Campbell. You know, Raic guys just pure runners. You know. You know they they didn't catch the ball like that. Like I I the first anybody to catch five hundred balls. No one even talks about that. You know, I run to catch over five hundred passes. You know, and, and, and I did it thousand thousand all that, but, you know, the big thing for me, I like to be all purpose. I like to be able to do a lot of different things to help my team win. I do whatever whatever's necessary to help my team, you know, get that W. And a lot of times I took hits you know for my teammates. Sell a fake out. Get my helmet knocked off, you know, sell it so hard. But I you know, that was part of being one heartbe, you know, you gotta be one heartbeat, the help you have the teammates win. So, you know, I might take the hidden and, you know, give them a helmet knocked off. But Jerry Rice, John Taylor. Dwight Clark or Freddie Solomon, they scored a touchdown though, 'cause the defense collapse thing, and I had the ball fake that will Joe Montana, and I worked on faking every day after practice. That was a big part of our system. So I hadn't learned how to sell that fate man, if that is so that fake, I felt like I, I messed up the Blake, and if you do sell the fake it means they're going to beat the crap out of you. Ready? For your friend,.

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"mike rozier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"When it breaks. Mike Rozier live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. The LA county sheriff's department says it will not kill vice by arresting in hold the illegal immigrants wanted for crimes is sheriff says his department will keep line of separation between local law enforcement, action and federal immigration policy. LA county supervisors voted in twenty fifteen to remove federal immigration agents from county jails, but also one of the sheriff to continue the department's cooperation with ice LA police say paroled child molester from Sylmar sexually assaulted women after getting out of prison. LAPD canton, Natalie Cortez says the man pulled a weapon on at least two women enforce them into sex acts truly believe there's other victims out there, and we need to put the skyway. She says the man was arrested last month for the two sexual assaults. He says he had been let out of prison two years before that a woman in garden grove has been critically hurt during a robbery police say the woman was run over by the thieves yesterday morning after they grabbed her person shopping center brookhurst and Westminster please chase the Robertson. Caught him in L. A officials in Colorado say to high school students accused of killing her classmate and in. Injuring eight others at their charter school used at least two handguns the attack Tuesday happened just miles from Columbine high school where to attack the school twenty years ago. Douglas county sheriff's officials say one of the teens arrested Tuesday's eighteen but neither is old enough to buy or own weapons and eighteen year old student killed at stem school highlands ranch is being remembered as a hero classmate says Kendrick Castillo lunged at one of the shooter's giving other kids time to escape three other students. Also ran to the shooter and helped hold him for police. Check out some problems in Hollywood. Yeah. On the northbound.

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"mike rozier" Discussed on The Coastal Athlete Program

The Coastal Athlete Program

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on The Coastal Athlete Program

"To. Five minutes. They've you'll pitching. L dollars a month. One cafe lot less than a cafe lots. If you're California. But like in. But when when you start to like at the history of these fans when you start to see these pieces of art that have allowed people to live a life in the ocean experience things and see things you really becoming part of this bigger picture. Like, yeah, why not when you decided to start to shave down in a collection. My not give other people who appreciate it for what it is the first opportunity to preserve it. You know, amicable says that about classic cars says like more of a duty to preserve it than it is a luxury of having it as far as he sees it. Yeah. I believe that I've had some of the blessed with some of it also now can share the wealth. Now, the other people have been protecting me for things help some lately snowball into then it's like, okay? I don't need to keep over a hundred person fans he'd probably trim this Dowell. So keep some of my really fun stuff like it out on. I will keep some of that some of what's a good team. What's it? Good example of a really deep cut. One recently coming across is a set of like. Ornstein of viper. Visa now. How rare is that just for perspective FARs, I understand. There's only two pairs in existence that I know of at Fred one of that there are for the Simpson. The founders of maker. Extraordinarily is affiliated with a exist. He hasn't to meet yet. Maybe he will one day. If I have a pair of my ass. So Joe Joe's collection is like pretty at. I mean, he has he has the standard stuff. He has all the boxes that you can check. But like a certainly collectors collectors like certain the feet that are certain colors that are invading certain years that are really gig out on because I feel like I liked the drought or softness of the rubber. And it's really cool. I also get out ca some of them are actually my size. That's like a force finding stuff like that actually my size. That's what I try to retain the beyond try to share of people. It's kind of fun. And this is this is like a parishable resource right because when the rubber becomes dried and craft. That's it right principles and the founder individual of Verson fans that we love so much. He said that this rubber stuff isn't organ comment. Like, it's truly really organic that you can slowly suck the life out of it. And you don't get it back in. So you couldn't like melt down. Mike Rozier fan and remote something else. I don't know because of the Volkan ization process to make things fits more like this. You can't you know, how you can you can take care of leather you can keep rubbing moisture into it. You can't do that. With rubber? You cannot like you can't fly anything topically. You can you can apply like silicones and things like that in seal it so now seal, but that won't that's not a permanent fix that too. Will give out eventually does that make sense so long since last if you use it often really depends on the temperature that are stored where the reused that how you clean them after you use D leave your car to the sun are the hot or really cold Hurley treated, basically his or some like he's had from the forties. Fifties sixties that look brand new. I think it's all the forties or fifty side of that. And those things just it's amazing how well the rubber looks new and quality used compared to subjects that are less than a decade all the slip trash and like just like the ever. Been in a car manufacturer a long time ago a hundred years ago, I communist action nineteen forties car manufactured in the eighties manufacturer today link. We see the volume of plastic and all the other things that have come and gone to be able to like swim fins give you a really affordable way. 'cause whereas surfboard a collector surfer could cost thousands of dollars. Collectors fins tend to be fairly reasonably priced. You know in a very not going to set the ranger now. But there there will under the thousand dollar Mark. So because much more feasible to have collection as an amateur. You know what I'm saying? They also twelve sir. Four takes up a lot more space than Ted versus look at actors, but from like a resource perspective. Like, for example, in the backyard old fins that are no longer in use. I will drill a hole on fence host and hang up, right? If you were to go and look at a pair of Churchill's that were manufactured in the nineteen eighties today. The availability of something as normal as a natural gum Rutter that changes the stuff that gets put into the fin changes the texture the changes the wear life experience of the person for that Finn. The color of the federal convict take that the color the color of fed can dictate draw their circulars, you just can't get certain rollers out of because of the dying coder nations. That are added to the road. What is what is it? What is Durham her mean such roller is a psych measurement number two describe the softness of material and material? We're talking about these foods rubber. So we're talking about the softness of the rubber. So how hard is the rubber? How soft is over. It's based on the scale. I think what you're talking about skateboard wheels drunk. Yeah. The easiest like point of reference for most people to scape word wheels. If you think about traditional skateboard us state or I'm gonna take the Rick Rick Howard approach here. Not preferred that as short word. Those are hard those range between ninety two hundred five drama, and like, for example of your

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"mike rozier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The first running back with a thousand yards receiving a thousand yards. Rushing in the same season. I running back to score three touchdowns in the Super Bowl. Plus, he's a long time runner. His name is Roger Craig Roger heck Heke doing great on your show. Man. This is awesome. Roger you are the best. I reproach you taking time. So when you first come out of college and you end up with the forty Niners. Did you have any idea? How good that team was going to be. I saw them a year. Two years before the when he won the Super Bowl. When I was going to school and they won the Super Bowl. And then the next year they didn't win the Super Bowl. And then, you know, I got this this I read this this quote in in sports Illustrated's San the forty Niners. Coach was interested in me. And the guy who basically told him about me was John gruden's father. Ruini was the scout for for Bill wash. And so he he he liked my story that what I did my senior year at Nebraska. So basically, my junior year go, you know, I was preseason all American going to my senior year. You know, I was all conference. May you know, has some great yards against Florida state like two hundred forty yards against them. You know, the previous year, and then coach is one moved me to fall back. And so I'm a team guy. So I'm like, hey, this is going to help our team win. I'll play fullback I gave up my running back to play fullback to block for for for Mike Rozier, who is great. And they went on one the Heisman after I left. But but John grooten hurt heard about that story, and he Tocqueville wash in next to no, I was reading the Sports Illustrated for nine inch. Remember, why have only had like five six hundred yards rushing? Why are they want? Why they want me make their why they want me to be their number one. One pick, you know. So it's kinda scared me because I'm like shoot I learned how to catch the ball. Now. Catching a hundred passes a day. And I was just oh my gosh. I was freaking out, you know. And then you know, when the draft came around I got this call from garage. And I I am I knew what the forty ninth selection or something. Yeah. Yeah. How the forty nine selection for you. Check this out thousands highschool. I wore forty nine. I I'll I'll texture. The forty Niners jersey forty nine that was my number forty nine love that was funny. In high school. You are you're a runner, right? Track and field for track hundred hurdle hundred ten. One ten hurdles and the four hundred meter hurdles I like tried more than football. You know? I I ran track at Nebraska as well. But you know, but track was something that I really love, and I kind of fell into football. My older brother was way better athlete than I was. He was the third. Best running back coming out of high school, Elvis peacock? Terry Miller Dana's, my brother. Jerry Miller play for Oklahoma state, and then Elvis peacock play for Oklahoma. Then my brother went to Nebraska, those the top three running backs in the country coming out of high school, and he got hurt he played in the all star game. Sprained his ankle back, then they couldn't fix tendons acting do like right like Steph curry. His ankles fixed. In the seventies. They they couldn't do those types of things. So we had to play on the bomb ankle throughout his whole career. At Nebraska, any any sign of the free agent to the Buffalo Bills and they released him. But then he he he may have desire to keep going. But he was one of the best running backs in the country. Man. He was amazing. So I just fell into that, man. And when you get to a team that has won the Super Bowl two years before obviously you could tell that the talent is there and talk about some of your teammates. And I thought the one thing about when you when you go to teams like that. You bring something to the table. Yes. You did also out of high school. I always learn that, you know, the team was bigger than me. And that my that was my high school coach, Jim FOX told me the team is bigger than you. It's not about you. It's about the team. That's how I made that decision. My senior year going into my senior Nebraska, it's came as big money lost one game that year. And so I say if he's going to have our team win so bit I'll play fullback to block for Mike Rosiere. Okay. That was my senior year now. And then I watched the forty Niners. And I said, well, I gotta bring something to the table. And we almost which is super my rookie year. Yeah. The NFC championship game. Absolutely. We played against Washington Redskins, and they had the phantom pass to to pass interference as they called on our guys. And you know, we couldn't figure out, you know, who did it. I mean, they they didn't show that they pass interference. So I don't know what happened with that. But I'm not going to go into that. But the Redskins went on and played against the raiders. And you know, markets had a hell of a game. You know, I guess he didn't want to California teams in the Super Bowl planning east coast. That's all so at the time that you came in. And you were the first guy to catch a thousand yards and run for thousand yards. We're running backs not catching the ball that much out of the backfield that back in the eighties. No, they weren't there. Weren't that many bags that were were doing like all purpose backs? They're just pure run is like Eric Dickerson. Earl Campbell Gerald rig. The guys just pure runners. You know, they they didn't catch the ball. Like that. Like, I I I called the first anybody to catch five hundred balls. No one even talks about that. The first running back to catch over five hundred passes. And. And I did it thousand thousand and all that. But you know, the big thing for me I like to be all purpose backs. I would I like to be able to do a lot of different things. Help my team win. I do whatever. Whatever necessarily help my team, you know, get that W and a lot of times I took hits for my teammates sell a fake out. Get my helmet knocked off sell it. So hard. But I you know that was part of being one heartbeat. You know, you gotta be one heartbeat to help you other teammates win. So you know, I might take the hidden. And and you give them a helmet knocked off. But Jerry Rice, John Taylor. Dwight Clark or Freddie Solomon. They just scored a touchdown dough 'cause the defense collapse on me. I had the ball. I think that will Joe Montana and I worked on faking every day after practice that was a big part of our system. So I learn how to sell that fake, man. If I saw that fake. I felt like I I messed up the Blake. And if you do sell the fake, it means they're going to beat the crap out of you. Get ready. For your friend, man. In January eighty five Super Bowl scored three touchdowns and guys beat the dolphins. When you look back at your career was that do you look at that is your greatest day. My greatest day. I would say, you know, the year that it was a challenging year. When when when we were six and five and people were born us, and and and you know, media came down on us, you know, and and we we we took ownership. Martine? We just say, hey, you know, kick the coaches out. Let's take ownership of our team. So we we have some leaders get up and talk, you know, Ronnie, Joe, you know, Jerry myself, we all we all, you know, you know, had a team meeting and say we gotta win for the next five games. How do this? The coaches will kick go wash out he's out of the room that was one of my favorite Super Bowls of all times. Because that's when we had a lot of -versities at injuries and things but other players had to step up step up to the plate. And so, you know, we we call this meeting, and and and and and we just started pointing out people what they need to do after the break more with three times Super Bowl champion, Roger crack. Maybe you've heard the phrase. The.

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"mike rozier" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:36 min | 3 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The first running back with a thousand yards receiving a thousand yards rushing in. The same season. I running back to score three touchdowns in Super Bowl. Plus, he's a long time runner. His name is Roger Craig Roger how the heck do it on your show, man. This is awesome. Roger you are the best. I appreciate you taking time. So when you first come out of college and you end up with the forty Niners. Did you have any idea? How good that team was going to be. I saw them a year two years before they won the Super Bowl when I was going to school Brassica they won the Super Bowl. Then the next year. They didn't win the Super Bowl. And then, you know, I got this this I read this this quote in and Sports Illustrated, San the forty Niners coach was interested in me. And the guy who basically told him about me was John gruden's father. Father was the scout for for Bill wash. And so he he he liked my story that what I did my senior year at Nebraska. So basically, my junior year, you know, is preseason all American going into my senior year, you know, I was all conference. May you know, has some great yards. Get sorta state like two hundred forty yards against them, or you know, the previous year and coach is one moved me to fullback. And so I'm a team guy. So I'm like, hey, this is going to help our team win. I'll play fullback I gave up my running back position to play fullback block for for for Mike Rozier who was great and it went on one Heisman after I left. But but John grooten hurt heard about that story, and he Tocqueville wash in next to no, I was reading the Sports Illustrated that for now remember I have only had like five six hundred yards rushing. Why why they want me to make their why they want me to be their number one. Pick, you know. So it's kinda scared me because I'm like shoot. I gotta learn how to catch the ball. Now. Are catching a hundred passes a day? And I was just all my gosh. Freak it out. You know? And then you know, when the draft came around, I got this call from garage and here, I am. I knew what the forty-ninth selection or something. Yeah. Yeah. How the forty nine selection for you. Check this out in high school. I wore forty nine. I shoot I picture of it. About forty Niners jersey forty nine that was my number forty nine. I love that. And what's funny a high school? You're you're a runner, right? Track and field for track a hundred hurdle hundred ten. One ten hurdles and the four hundred meter hurdles I like tried more than football. You know? I I ran track at Nebraska as well. But you know, but track was something that I really love, and I kind of fell into football. My older brother was way better athlete than I was. He was the third. Best running back coming out of high school Alice peacock, Keri Miller, Indiana's my brother. Jerry Miller play for Oklahoma state, and then Elvis peacock play for Oklahoma. Then my brother went to Nebraska does the top three running backs in the country coming out of high school, and he got hurt playing the all star game. Sprained his ankle back there. They couldn't fix tendons electing to do like right like like Steph curry. Yeah. I his ankles fix. Back in the seventies. They they could do those types of things. So he had to play on the bomb ankle dot his whole career. At Nebraska, any any sign of the free agent to the Buffalo Bills and they released him. But then he may have desire to keep going. But he was one of the best running backs in the country. Man was amazing. So I just fell into that stuff. And when you get to a team that has won the SuperBowl two years before obviously, you could tell that the talent is there and talk about some of your teammates. And what was your first thought the one thing about when you when you go to teams like that you bring something to the table. Yes. You did also out of high school. I always learn that, you know, the team was bigger than me. And that my high school coach, Jim FOX told me the team is bigger than you. It's not about you. It's about the team. That's how I made that decision. My senior year going to my senior Nebraska. It's team has lost one game that year. You know? And so I say if it's going to help our team win so bit I'll play fullback to block for Mike Rosiere. Okay. Then that was my senior year. Now go into Nebraska, then I watch the forty Niners. And I said, well, I got to bring something to the table. And we almost went to the super my rookie year. Yeah. NFC championship game. Absolutely. We played because Washington Redskins, and they had the phantom path to to pass interferences they called on our guys. And you know, we couldn't figure out who did it. I mean to me they didn't show that they pass interference. So I don't know what happened with that. But I'm not gonna go into that. The Redskins went on and played against the raiders markets. Had a hell of a game. I guess they didn't want to California teams in the Super Bowl planning east coast. That's all. So at the time that you came in. You were the first guy to catch a thousand yards run for thousand yards. We're running backs not catching the ball that much out of the backfield that back in the eighties. No, they weren't there. Weren't that many backs that were were doing like all purpose backs? You know that they're just running like Eric Dickerson. Earl Campbell, you know, Gerald rig the guys just pure runners you go. So you know, they they didn't catch the ball. Like that. Like, I I I was the first running back to catch five hundred balls. No one even talks about that. You know, how I the catch over five hundred passes. And and and I did it thousand thousand and all that. But you know, the big thing for me, I like to be all purpose back because I I like to be able to do a lot of different things to help my team win. I do whatever whatever necessarily help my team, you know, get that W and a lot of times I took hits you know, for my teammates sell a fake out. Get my helmet knocked off, you know, sell it, so hard. But I you know that was part of being one heartbeat. You know, you gotta be one heartbeat to help your other teammates win. So I might take the hit. And and, you know, get my helmet knocked off. But Jerry Rice, John Taylor Twi Clark or Freddie Solomon. They just scored a touchdown dough. 'cause the defense collapse on me thing about how the ball I think that will Joe Montana and I worked on faking every day after practice that was a big part of our system. So I learn how to sell that fake, man. That fake. I felt like I I messed up the Blake. And if you do sell the fake. Means they're going to beat the crap out of you. Electric punch for your friend, man. The mouth. So. In January eighty five Super Bowl scored three touchdowns and guys beat the dolphins. When you look back at your career was that do look at that as your greatest day. No. My greatest day. I would say, you know, the the year that it was a challenging year. When when when we're six and five and people were born us, and and and you know, media came down on us, you know, and and we we we took ownership. Of our team. We just say, hey, you know, kick the coaches out. Let's take ownership of our team. So we we have leaders get up and talk, you know, Ronnie, Joe, you know, Jerry myself, we all, you know, you know. Had a team meeting and say we gotta win for the next five games. How are we going to do? This. The coaches will kick go wash out he's out of the room that was one of my favorite Super Bowls of all times. Because that's when we have a lot of -versities injuries and things but other players had to step up step up to the plate, you know. And so, you know, we we call this meeting, and and and and and we just started pointing out people what they need to do after the break more with three times Super Bowl champion. Roger creek..

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"mike rozier" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"The first running back with a thousand yards receiving a thousand yard. Is rushing in the same season. I running back to score three touchdowns in the Super Bowl. Plus, he's a longtime runner his name is Roger Craig Roger how heck you doing. Great, man. This is awesome. Roger you are the best. I you taking time. So when you first come out of college and you end up with forty Niners. Did you have any idea? How good that team was going to be. I saw them a year. Two years before the wine the Super Bowl when I was in. I was going to school. And they won Super Bowl. Then the next year. They didn't win the Super Bowl. And then, you know, I got this this I read this this quote in in Sports Illustrated, San four Niners coach was interested in me. And the guy who basically told him about me was John gruden's father. Was the scout for for Bill wash? And so he he he liked my story that what I did my senior year at Nebraska. So basically, my junior year go, you know, I was preseason all American going into my senior year. You know, I was all conference may have some great yards. Get sorta state like two hundred forty yards against them. You know, the previous year coach is one move me to fall back. And so I'm a team guy. So I'm like, hey, this is going to help our team win. I'll play fullback I gave up my running back vision to play fullback the block for for for Mike Rozier, who was great and it went on one Heisman after I left, but but Jon Gruden hurt heard about that story and he Tocqueville wash in next to. No, I was reading the Sports Illustrated that four nine inch. Remember, wow, I ain't have only had like five hundred yards rushing. Why why are they want me to make their why they want me to be their number one pick? So it's kinda scared me because I'm like shoot. I gotta learn how to catch the ball. Now. Catching a hundred passes a day. Oh my gosh. Well, freak it out. You know? And then you know, when the draft came around, I got this call from go wash your I I am I knew what the forty-ninth selection or something. Yeah. Yeah. How the forty nine selection. Forty nine. But cool check this out in high school. I wore forty nine. I I. About forty Niners jersey, forty nine that was my number forty nine love that. What's funny high school? You are you're a runner, right? Track and field for track hundred hurdle hundred ten to one ten hurdles and the four hundred meter hurdles I like track more than football. You know? I I ran track at Nebraska as well. But you know, but track was something that I really love, and I kind of fell into football. My older brother was way better athlete than I was. He was a third. Best running back coming out of high school, MS Elvis, peacock, Terry Miller, Dana's my brother. Jerry Miller play for Oklahoma state, and then Elvis peacock played for Oklahoma. Then my brother went to Nebraska, those the top three running backs in the country coming out of high school, and he got hurt he played in the all star game. Sprained his ankle in back, then they couldn't fix tendons electing they do like, right? Steph curry. His ankles fix. Back in the seventies. They couldn't do those types of things. So he had to play on the bomb ankle dot so career at Nebraska any any sign of the free agent to the Buffalo Bills, and they released them. But then he he he may have desire to keep going. But he was one of the best running backs in the country. Man. He was amazing. So I just fell into that, man. And when you get to a team that has won the Super Bowl two years before obviously you could tell that the talent is there and talk about some of your teammates. And I. The one thing about when you when you go to teams like that bring something to the table. Yes. You did also out of high school. I always learn that, you know, the team was bigger than me, and that my high school coach, Jim FOX told me the team has been used not about you. It's about the team. That's how I made that decision. My senior year going into my senior Nebraska team is big money. Lost one game that year. You know? So I say if it's going to have our team win so bid I'll play fullback to block for Mike Rosiere. Okay. That was my senior year now. And then I watch the forty Niners. And I said, well, I gotta. To bring something to the table. And we almost went to the Super Bowl my rookie year. Yeah. You to the NFC championship? Absolutely. We played against Washington Redskins, and they had the phantom pass to to pass interferences. They called on our guys. And you know, we couldn't figure out, you know, who did it. I mean, they they didn't show that they pass interference. So I don't know what happened with that. But I'm not gonna go into that. But the rest kids went on and played against the raiders. And you know, markets had a hell of a game that day. You know, I guess he didn't want to California teams in the Super Bowl planning east coast. That's all the time that you came in. And you were the first guy to catch a thousand yards and run for thousand yards were running backs. Not catching the ball that much out of the backfield that back in the eighties. No, they weren't there. Weren't that many backs that we were doing like all purpose backs? They're just pure running like Eric Dickerson. Earl Campbell, you know, Gerald rig the guys just pure runners you go. Yeah. Oh, they didn't catch the ball. Like that. Like, I I was the first running back to catch five hundred balls. No one even talks about that. You know, how I run by the catcher over five hundred passes. And and and and I did it thousand thousand all that. But you know, the big thing for me, I like to be all purpose back because I I like to be able to do a lot of different things out my team wind, I do whatever whatever necessarily help my team, you know, get that W and a lot of times I took hits for my teammates sell a fake out. Get my helmet knocked off. You know, sell it so hard. But I you know that was part of being one heartbeat. You know, you gotta be one heartbeat. The help your other teammates win. So I might take the hit. And and, you know, get my helmet knocked off. But Jerry Rice, John Taylor Twi Clark or Freddie Solomon. They just scored a touchdown though. 'cause the defense collapse anything, and I had the ball I faked that will Joe Montana and I worked on faking every day after practice that was a big part of our system. So I learn how to sell that fake, man. If I just saw that fake. I felt like I I messed up the Blake. And if you do sell the fake, it means they're going to beat the crap out of you..

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"mike rozier" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Dan Patrick final hour on this Tuesday, Dan in the dentist, Dan Patrick show. We'll check in lane kiffin former Alabama assistant coach now coaching at Florida Atlantic. And he'll join us coming up. Did I say Florida international plans time, I might have said that central Florida Florida international Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic university head coach he'll join us coming up a little bit little says what we saw last night. I want I want to know from his perspective. He was still the offensive coordinator, Alabama. What would he have done differently? And when did he know Alabama was in trouble last night? So we'll we'll get lane kiffin thoughts and just how good is Trevor Lawrence. He is the second true freshman to ever start and win a national title game. You remember the? I freshman quarterback. True. Freshman to start and win a national championship show. It was in the Orange Bowl and the quarterback beat Penn State. Djamil Holloway, Oklahoma. True freshman usually don't do well against Nick Sabin. The first true freshman to beat Nick Sabin was in two thousand seven Wesley Carroll from Mississippi State beat Alabama that was savings first year, you know, saving when he goes against young quarterbacks when he goes against former assistant coaches usually does well last night. It didn't go a scripted. Clemson congratulations to Daboh swinging. And what a year was if you look back because I thought that they were in trouble against Syracuse. Because Lawrence got hurt in that game and they survived Syracuse. And I know that we're we love to go best team ever. I'm trying to think if you said best team I ever saw Miami is up there. But I go back to Oklahoma Oklahoma had some wonderful teams that were great in. It's generational because you know, army was great back with mister inside. And Mr. outside, you know, Notre Dame had some great teams USC had great teams. But last night with what Clemson did. And what they did in the postseason roughing up Notre Dame and then blowing out Alabama's well. The number of wins. I think thirteen wins by at least twenty points. That's very impressive a true freshman quarterback your star wide receiver is a true freshman that and that was a defense that was supposed to be second best to Alabama and an offensive line. That was second best to Alabama, and they proved to be better than Alabama offense and defensively last night. Yes, Dan, you remember that Eighty-three Nebraska team with Mike Rozier. Yeah, they open the season neutral site, and they smoked Penn State who's number four in the country forty four to six. They rolled through their entire schedule. Only one close game. And if they didn't lose to Miami by one point they might be that that team that holds that spot of greatest team modern day history. But back, then you could stockpile players where I I who knows how many players on scholarship back, then you know, it transfers were rare. But you'd get like one hundred players on scholarship in Nebraska or Haya state, Michigan Oklahoma. But that, you know, it's just different different time. But what we saw the Clemson last night. That was an impressive run that they had this year. It's bring in lane kiffin the head coach at Florida Atlantic and he joins us cut mental tire coaches corner. Coach did you see last night? Really an amazing game. You know, the first quarter was probably what would've guessed was going to happen and kind of happen. You know, except for the red zone in the game that it was back and forth and just explosive offense of players great receivers, you know, I can't imagine a championship game. With better receivers skill players on both sides offensively. And then all of a sudden the turnovers and the inability in the red zone, you know to fake field goal couple of fourth-down stops. And you know, all of a sudden the game, you know, was was totally one at that point. When did, you know Alabama was in trouble? At the end of the first half, you know when they sat on the ball there. You know, and it was an aggressive game plan by coach saving you. Go went forward in his own territory, which very unusual for him. And and then when they sat on the ball with whatever was thirty seconds left. And all all the time outs. I always kind of I was kind of a little worried..

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"mike rozier" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Dan Patrick final hour on this Tuesday, Dan in the dentist, Dan Patrick show. We'll check in lane kiffin former Alabama assistant coach now coaching at Florida Atlantic. And he'll join us coming up. Did I say Florida international plans time, I might have said that central Florida Florida international Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic university head coach he'll join us coming up a little bit little says what we saw last night. I want I want to know from his perspective. He was still the offensive coordinator, Alabama. What would he have done differently? And when did he know Alabama was in trouble last night? So we'll we'll get lane kiffin thoughts and just how good is Trevor Lawrence. He is the second true freshman to ever start and win a national title game. You remember the? I freshman quarterback. True. Freshman to start and win a national championship show. It was in the Orange Bowl and the quarterback beat Penn State. Djamil Holloway, Oklahoma. True freshman usually don't do well against Nick Sabin. The first true freshman to beat Nick Sabin was in two thousand seven Wesley Carroll from Mississippi State beat Alabama that was savings first year, you know, saving when he goes against young quarterbacks when he goes against former assistant coaches usually does well last night. It didn't go a scripted. Clemson congratulations to Daboh swinging. And what a year was if you look back because I thought that they were in trouble against Syracuse. Because Lawrence got hurt in that game and they survived Syracuse. And I know that we're we love to go best team ever. I'm trying to think if you said best team I ever saw Miami is up there. But I go back to Oklahoma Oklahoma had some wonderful teams that were great in. It's generational because you know, army was great back with mister inside. And Mr. outside, you know, Notre Dame had some great teams USC had great teams. But last night with what Clemson did. And what they did in the postseason roughing up Notre Dame and then blowing out Alabama's well. The number of wins. I think thirteen wins by at least twenty points. That's very impressive a true freshman quarterback your star wide receiver is a true freshman that and that was a defense that was supposed to be second best to Alabama and an offensive line. That was second best to Alabama, and they proved to be better than Alabama offense and defensively last night. Yes, Dan, you remember that Eighty-three Nebraska team with Mike Rozier. Yeah, they open the season neutral site, and they smoked Penn State who's number four in the country forty four to six. They rolled through their entire schedule. Only one close game. And if they didn't lose to Miami by one point they might be that that team that holds that spot of greatest team modern day history. But back, then you could stockpile players where I I who knows how many players on scholarship back, then you know, it transfers were rare. But you'd get like one hundred players on scholarship in Nebraska or Haya state, Michigan Oklahoma. But that, you know, it's just different different time. But what we saw the Clemson last night. That was an impressive run that they had this year. It's bring in lane kiffin the head coach at Florida Atlantic and he joins us cut mental tire coaches corner. Coach did you see last night? Really an amazing game. You know, the first quarter was probably what would've guessed was going to happen and kind of happen. You know, except for the red zone in the game that it was back and forth and just explosive offense of players great receivers, you know, I can't imagine a championship game. With better receivers skill players on both sides offensively. And then all of a sudden the turnovers and the inability in the red zone, you know to fake field goal couple of fourth-down stops. And you know, all of a sudden the game, you know, was was totally one at that point. When did, you know Alabama was in trouble? At the end of the first half, you know when they sat on the ball there. You know, and it was an aggressive game plan by coach saving you. Go went forward in his own territory, which very unusual for him. And and then when they sat on the ball with whatever was thirty seconds left. And all all the time outs. I always kind of I was kind of a little worried..

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"mike rozier" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:56 min | 3 years ago

"mike rozier" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In Florida Atlantic. And he'll join us coming up. Did I say, Florida international plan? I might have said that central Florida, Florida international Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic university head coach. He'll join us coming up a little bit little assess what we saw last night. I wanna I wanna know from his perspective if he was still the offensive coordinator, Alabama. What would he have done differently? And when did he know Alabama was in trouble last night? So we'll we'll get lane kiffin thoughts and just how good is Trevor Lawrence. He is the second true freshman to ever started winning national title. You remember the first freshman quarterback true freshman to start and win a national championship? It was in the Orange Bowl and the quarterback beat Penn State. Djamil Holloway, Oklahoma. True freshman usually don't do well against Nick Sabin. The first true freshman to beat Nick Sabin was in two thousand seven Wesley Carroll from Mississippi State beat Alabama that was savings first year know saving when he goes against young quarterbacks. When he goes against former assistant coaches usually does well last night. It didn't go is scripted Clemson, congratulations to Dabo Sweeney. And what year was if you look back because I thought that they were in trouble against Syracuse. Because Lawrence got hurt in that game and they survived Syracuse. And I know that we're we love to go best team ever. I'm trying to think if you said best team I ever saw Miami is up there. But I go back to Oklahoma Oklahoma had some wonderful teams that were great. And it's generational because you know, army was great back with mister inside. And Mr. outside Notre Dame had some great teams USC had great teams. But last night with what Clemson did and what they did in the post-season roughing up Notre Dame and then blowing out Alabama's well. The number of wins. I think thirteen wins by at least twenty points, and that's very impressive a true freshman quarterback your star wide receiver as a true freshman that and that was a defense that was supposed to be second best to Alabama and an offensive line. That was second best to Alabama, and they proved to be better than Alabama offense and defensively last night. Yes, Dan, you remember that Eighty-three Nebraska team with Mike Rozier. Yeah, they opened the season neutral site, and they smoked Penn State who's number four in the country forty four to six they rolled through their entire schedule. Only one close game. And if they didn't lose to Miami by one point. They might be that that team that hold that spot greatest team in modern day history. But back then you could stockpile players where I who knows how many players on scholarship back then transfers were rare. But you get like a hundred players on scholarship in Nebraska or Ohio State. Michigan. Oklahoma. But that it's just different different time. But what we saw the Clemson last night. That was an impressive run that they had this year bring in lane kiffin the head coach at Florida Atlantic and he joins us continental tire coaches corner. Coach what did you see last night? Really an amazing game. You know, the first quarter was probably what would've guessed was going to happen and kind of happened, you know, except for the red zone in the game that it was back and forth and just explosive offense of player. Great receivers. You know, I can't imagine a championship game with better receivers skilled players on both sides offensively. And then all of a sudden the turnovers and the inability in the red zone you know to fake field goal couple of four down stops. And you know, all of a sudden the game was was totally one sided at that point. When did, you know Alabama was in trouble? At the end of the first house. You know when they sat on the ball there. You know, and it was an aggressive game plan. My coach saving went forward in his own territory, which very unusual for him. And and when they sat on the ball, whatever was thirty seconds left in our EMMY timeouts, I was kinda I was kinda worried. It was going the other way if you were still the offensive coordinator knowing what you know after watching the game. What would you have done differently? Oh, that's easy to say. Now, obviously, you know, so easy to say, you know, what they have run the ball more because you know, the running backs in online were still effective on Alabama side. But that's easy to say now to came in as a, you know, one of the greatest games ever, you know, just to you know, the week before think three two or three incompletions. So that's easy to say now, but I think anybody say that you know, the day after well watching it last night. I just kept saying you're running the ball. Well, why not continue to do that? Because you know, there there's depth issues on clemson's lying because his suspension. So I just would have kept him out there as long as I could. I know too is great. But in the moment, I kept thinking whenever they wanted to run. They can run the football. Could you talked coach Sabin out of something? If you were there on the sidelines in the moment. I don't think coaches ever on the headset seen throw the ball. So that wasn't going on here that wasn't. Oh, yeah. You know, he always likes to run the ball control the clock. And that's well documented, you know, especially when his defense is struggling in a game. Like that. You don't wanna go three now. Fifteen seconds back out there. So, but you can't fall off into the coaches. I mean, you've got some great receivers great quarterback. You know that had unbelievable things set all the records. And you know, but sitting there watching it, which it's always easier to watch. When you're in the moment calling those plays. You don't see it, you know, as well, especially if you happening on the sidelines. So watching it. Yes that was the few and they were not stopping the run and the three headed monster three running backs. They were always fresh, and and you know, all three guys are all running backs. And Josh Jacobs was unstoppable. You know? I'm in short yardage. And so it's easy to second. Guess and all that and say okay what red zone. What she go wild cat. You know, because they have not wildcat all day, Josh. But you know, that's that's why your guys jobs easy. Who's if I said you can have a draft pick you can take a two or Trevor Lawrence NFL. Would you take? Probably for the NFL Trevor, but I'd be hard pressed to for college because of the because of the rules and more RPO's. Now, it is transitioning you're seeing then that's how you know when you got some some shorter guys doing good things. But you know, I saw you know, or that arm releases in his height and has. Ability and we're talking about young kid. I just kept watching him saying wait for them to say. Hey, this is Peyton Manning. You know, 'cause that's who he looks like. Wow. When's it lens? When did he first come onto your radar screen Trevor Lawrence? I think if I was trying to think this morning, I wanna say maybe eighth grade. I believe he was in our in our Alabama camp. I thinking like eighth grade. I remember, right. And which is just tall. He was already really tall. And you know, we had them up with like the juniors and seniors and he looked like he belonged, you know. And then they're like, yeah. He's like fourteen years old or something. What is Nick Sabin doing today? Seven thirty staff meeting, and and he's he's on recruiting which starts Friday. And obviously, he's not very happy today. And you know, he'll turn the page and he'll get on to try to go sign the best recruiting class in the country. This'll be wrong day to show up late for that seven thirty meeting. I'm gonna guess that would not go. At seven thirty starting at about seven o'clock. I was also curious your thoughts with what's happened at USC with cliff Kingsbury pursuing head coaching jobs and he just accepted the offensive coordinator position. What do you make of this situation? It's highly unusual, obviously, you know, just getting are from college and then going to take coordinator job. And then I don't think he has NFL experiencing, you know, interviewing for those. And so it is what it is. I didn't really follow. I didn't show yesterday said about them blocking them. I I don't know. They must have written the contracts, you know, very specific to that. Because that's that's not normal college can't block people. You're not saying that's all things. So they must've written those contracts, especially for that. Yeah. I think that he's now able to interview and Winslow Lynn Swann is not blocking him from doing it. But I I get the feeling that once you start interviewing you, you going gonna move on and feels like USC, they don't have any leverage. They they need Kingsbury. They need somebody like that a bright off into mine to to help that program. But I I was surprised that he took the job so quickly lane because it feels like you you could have had an offensive coordinator job or maybe a head coaching. Job in the NFL because we're always looking for that next, Sean McVeigh, and it feels like that's cliff Kingsbury. Yeah. I think there's some similarities there. No, Sean in the NFL, you know, that's an easier transition. So, but that is just like anything, you know, once something works now. It's you know, let's find the young offensive energetic guy. You know that that spreads it around and use the motions and things. So I can definitely see where that's happening in why that's happening. It's good to visit with you as always and hope the program. Rebound hope my AL's do better next season after five and seven here. What we back, Dan? Don't worry. Okay. Well, thank you coach. So all right. Have a good one lane kiffin Florida Atlantic head coach and joining us in the continental tire coaches corner continental tire. No matter what you drive where you drive how you drive they have a tire for you. So he's saying at the end of the first half I thought when Alabama went for it on fourth and one in the first quarter. That was my heads up that either saving was so confident in his offensive line or he was nervous about Clemson. And I was thinking the latter that it was like, wow. This doesn't seem like Nick Sabin going forward. And then with the fake field goal. If you're going to. And I know this is this is a hindsight. But I I will tell you in the moment when I watched I wondered why Alabama didn't stay with their running game because if Clemson is gearing up to stop to in the passing game, and I've got three running backs who will probably play in the NFL, and I have a couple of all Americans on the offensive line. Why don't I counteract what I think you're going to be trying to stop and take advantage of that? And I'm going to be able you can't stop them. So I'm gonna keep your defense on the field for a long time. And that's what my goal would have been the fake field goal. My thought was. We don't want Herbie started talking about they look for a fake field goal. I thought why not just have my offense out there? And then it turns out that there was a fake field goal. So if they had kicked it, and I I didn't think anybody in the building thought they were gonna kick..

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