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"pat fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Welcome back to news radio 700 wlw Jason Williams taking with six o'clock I'm used to saying taking up the midnight almost set up the midnight left in matters you do not want to hear me for another. That's a bad a man. So what? Six hours But I will be here until 6 p.m.. Talking politics. Don't talk a little Super Bowl some interesting Super Bowl. Stuff off the beaten path things not to borrow a line from our pal Lance, but I'll talk with my producer Jeff Kerr about that in the 5 30. Sticking with politics but taking a completely different approach. And I love this. I loved it. And, uh, my friend Nick Veer invited me to go to this and it just turned out. I couldn't go to it. But Saint Xavier graduate former since a city councilman had him on my show before Nick Fear said, Hey, Jason, Check this out. There's a civility in politics Group, your forum out of Saint Xavier High School. This happened just this past Thursday night. In which students Uh, what a student Democrat group, a student. Republican group came together. Imagine that they came together. And put together is really cool for him. In which they brought in Several local political folks, Democrats, Republicans. Joe Deters. John Cranley. Betsy son, German. Um, it was. What about? I don't know, but I'll get to in a second, but Who was who was the person that helped put this whole thing together and get everyone on stage and making this happen? None other than 700 WLW zone. You know him as box? Wayne Box Miller, you know him as the voice of the Bangles Radio network. He also has another very important job. And he boxes here to join me right now. Hey, box. How are you? Hey, man, What a great introduction. Thanks so much for taking the time And it was so funny. I just telling Jeff car I had seen the photo or there was a photo. In which I saw you're on. You're on the stage, or I saw. I don't know where the photo. I saw that, but I'm like, Oh, I was just thinking like you were you were on the forum as a media member. And so I email back yet at Saint Ex yesterday is like, Hey, do you think there's anyone who could come on with me and talk about this? Like? Yeah. Wade Miller and I'm like, what is it was that box So I went quickly went over and Googled it. And I'm like they're your You are the director of Diversity. Um, uh at Saint Xavier High School. So so many people know you as the voice of the Bangles Radio network in your day job. You're the director Adversity. It's saint Ex. Talk about. I want to talk to you a little about your job and your role. But let's talk first about the event that happened on the night where you brought Democrat Republican politicians together. And talk about how that all came about. And when why the students and you and the Saint Xavier High School I wanted to do that. Thanks, Jason. Really? You know all the credit goes to our pack, which his parents across culture group and Gail Chang, who led this initiative. It was everything that happened over the past summer with the Black lives matter Movement in the mo mentum that was generated by all of our Young people. Black, white, male, female Hispanic, You know, just they all got together and showed us as adults that you know when something is wrong, you know, let's come together and put a spotlight on this. So our parents across culture group Decided they wanted Tioga ring together this panel to address this similar to the toxic rhetoric in our country that has occurred and how toe so the students There's a different way of better way to approach this and again, they work very hardness. I just can't think Gail enough for her work and what happened was this thing started to get some traction and our president Tim Riley and our principal Terry Terrel said, Let's It was always what I love about, say Nix is like this always find a way to bring the kids into this, and Askew said the Republican and Democratic groups got together, the two young men would just outstanding and put the questions together themselves about what they wanted to ask. And the turnout was great. As you said, you're talking about. All the people that came and you know how Alex transfer feeling was there and jam Michelle in attorney and packed the line and Eric, the former state senator, and Brad went stir. It was going to come. Unfortunately, he was unable to attend due to a last minute conflict. But Patent judge past official was there and really was great for them to say to the kids. There's a better way. But I think what they did more than that was they exhibited is that night, So they were all there together, laughing, joking a green and and you know, discussing it. I think what the kids took away from that more than the words Well, I see you getting along. So that's the biggest message that I saw Thursday night. But I think resonates even to this moment. Talking with, uh, wait. Wayne Miller. You may know him his box from the Bangles Radio network. He also is the director of diversity at ST Xavier High School, and they did it. Awesome. Uh, event the other night around civility and the need to get civility back into politics. Where The student groups, the Republican student group and the Democrats Student group came together with the team at Saint Xavier and just brought a really A who's who of our local regional politicians together. Some of whom are are saying excellence has mentioned area current E Joe Deters John Cranley. I know we're all ST Saviour's grads. Next. Pat Pat. 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"pat fischer" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"But. He's also playing in the AFC south, yeah but they've been driving the car on the freeway and second gear for like a thousand miles. It's like when they put the donut on only drive thirty miles at the donut on bill. Bryan's had this donut. Team for four and a half years. It's going to blow out four and a half years just going up and down the Panama, city drag that's where I picture bill. O'Brien vacationing my number five wait. Is it my turn? Yeah, my number five guy. You know? He brought me a lot of a lot of moments in madden mayhem, and that's Josh Allen, I I like him to take a slight. Step up this year I. Know you're you'd be like well, Ryan. You know you look at the averages he's he's just not there. He's GonNa. Make some boneheaded plays I just. He is an absolute firecracker when it comes to variance and if you're if there's one guy might reach for this year in terms of quarterback. It's going to be this Josh Allen Are we are we having the same ranking again? No Josh. Allen is in my top ten. He's not my number five. It kind of ties into question front of the program. Pat Fischer checks in on twitter. Does Kramer think that Josh Allen is qb one this season. QB! WANT MATERIAL YEAH! In fact. Yes you have to. You have to take your drafting Jr. here's the problem if you're drafting Josh Allen. You're drafting him in a position where he's gotta be like you're drafting and before the last quarterback your this is a guy that's probably being drafted. WHAT'S HIS ADP? We know. It looks ADP is seventh. Though source, I'm looking at eighty seventh quarterback seven quarterback drafted. Typically that that's. Typically the way the quarterback market is going to go and we'll. We'll get to this the your top tier guys Lamar. Whoever else you like up there. They're probably you know depending on the League Third Round Fourth Round maybe fifth round, so I would imagine Josh Allens Guy. You're taking in the sixth seventh round, maybe eighth around. Again I I like waiting better. I do like Josh because I very much like Josh. In Best Ball Leagues and I'm taking him in basketball league because yeah could be boom bust. There's not many guys on this list that can put up forty, and he's one of them. My number five Carson Wentz didn't WANNA. Put him higher didn't want to jinx him, but we. We hit on some of those. Those points the four thousand passing yards without the five hundred yards, receiving the legit speed. They've added on the outside to me and again this is he's. He's got a fully healthy off-season Yep now. The off seasons obviously pretty weird, but seeking to that point, he's in a division where he's going to have six games all against teams who are installing a new defense with a new head coach. On the short offseason that's going to present a lot of opportunities I love what they eagles have done as far as bringing in. The, these new offensive minds to kind of do some of what a Shanahan and the Ravens did. They brought morning way. They broaden skiing rela to do some of that play action stuff. Get those involved in. That's when Carson Wentz is looked as best play action getting them outside of the pocket. Kind of putting him in a good position to create those Carson Wentz type plays. Health could be an issue, but he's. He started all sixteen games last year I'm looking for that show again this year. GimMe Carson Wentz number five I love your restraint. I love.
"pat fischer" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Like maybe on some level they recognize. Hey we don't talk about this now. Nobody's GonNa talk about it again because wants to Ben standings and Kevin Jeans stop talking about. What else is what else is going to happen. They're they're series civilians. Always picking up so you know. Somebody's still writing about Pat Fischer at this point. What a great career he had. You'll read something that. By the way I was wrong. Monkeys Seventeenth Seventeenth on the all time receptions list currently With some guy is still out there on his heels like welker is only thirty. Seven behind. I'm looking for guys. That are still playing well. Antonio Brown Is About Ninety. Nine behind Julio Jones is gaining ground men like Julio Jones has seven hundred ninety seven catches and he is already ahead of sort of the average hall of fame reception number And he's got half of his career left to play at least you know he's going to be the one. Maybe it makes a real run at rice and you know to that point because the redskins have had a weird quarterback history throughout the year that they haven't had you know discussed many times for other reasons they haven't had one through guy for you know it's always every three or four years or somebody. New Jobs is still hold the record for most passing yards. Not even like that big of a number. They've only had five four thousand yard individual seasons for for passers. I mean Payton Manning. How did that I have by himself right And three of those were kirk cousins finish. You're not allowed to say that you lettuce. You're not allowed to talk. About the franchise records the six passing franchise records. The Kirk cousins holds. So let me get to the other Because we've we've sort of crossed over here in our conversation to the other story you wrote last week. You know you talk about you know and you talk to Charles Man and Jacoby Clark and all these guys about how they feel. That era of Gibbs teams was snubbed in your story last week. Why the Joe Gibbs one point Oh ehre skins were one of football's greats which they were and I just. I just had the impression that they're recognized more than maybe some. I don't like the way the ninety one team gets portrayed by some now some people have raided them super high if not the best thing. I think football outsiders says they're the you know according to the DVR A number. They're the number one team of all time. I think USA Today did something a few years back and ranked ninety one skins as the all time Team but this story that you wrote you know. Gibbs's one point zero redskins were one of football football's greats. We may be repetitive. Here because we mentioned some of these things but here was the thing that I wanted to start with. Because you did. You basically put a graphic together and you ranked the top ten teams during the Gibbs one point over era. And what's really? What really stuck out to me. I I would have guessed the redskins were behind the niners and were the second most successful team of that era which they were. The forty niners had a one thirty six forty seven and one record with four. Super Bowl wins the redskins. Were one twenty four in sixty so basically a thirteen game difference between them and the forty niners they had three super bowl wins then in third place. Where the dolphins then? The bears broncos raiders and this is where it became really interesting to me and this is one of the reasons that I think gibbs sometimes gets under rated a little bit in the greatest coach conversation. The Eagles were the seventh best team. In terms of overall record of that Gibbs Onepointoh version era the giants were eighth. The cowboys were ninth four of the five. Nfc teams were among the top nine teams over a twelve year era. That's unbelievable how difficult the NFC east was and then if you extrapolate that to the rest of the NFC. The forty niners didn't have any competition other than occasionally a good rams team. You know the Redskins were fighting it out year in and year out with the giants in the cowboys primarily but also the eagles who are good even though they they didn't get to a super bowl during that era. But that's where you know you can look at the redskins in three super bowls and by the way record. That was twenty games better than the next best team in their division during that span but understand how how how competitive the landscape was it may be Ben- The best division in NFL history the NFC east of the eighties into the early nineties. Right I mean before. Washington made the Super Bowl of gives the eagles sit in the nineteen. Eighty Super Bowl Then of course the redskins famous beat Dallas in the eighty two. Nfc Championship game to get in. When the Redskins win again eighty seven. It was the giants who won the year before. So if he just even there. That's even a shorter span. One of those teams at least made that championship game. And of course you know Dallas had was was the dominant team in the late seventies and then obviously they picked it up again right after Gibbs Retire or they won their first super bowl under Jimmy Johnson with that Gibson himself. Yeah I mean that division was was not. That's part of the argument for Joe. Jacobi that I've heard people make who gives that well. It looks like he was going against Lawrence Taylor the most obvious one. But you've got you know re re Reggie White's too Tall Jones whoever Dallas had You know again. It's all relative anymore. Money to mention guys like Richard Denton. Fred Dean who were they who they were playing almost every year. The you know the redskins always played the forty niners in the bears in. They played them. A bunch in the postseason..
"pat fischer" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"GONNA be meowing. Hey Cranky you we're gonNA find me on every Kareem over diamond dogs because doing a podcast Holler at the dog's immune Gut's cast so I have a question for Ryoko when someone goes after your co host. Even though you're clearly being just as dismissive towards him yet dumb does yes. The question boys for life. I understand the pros before hose. I didn't see that bad boys movie up but I think it's about me and the goods I think so too do you. Are you feel any sort of way about it. Do you just find it amusing or you like a when. He's not that Honda. Yeah he's the GUT's You know I it good Sarisi easy to fucking go for second. We'll violent I have to -SSUME that it's not so I just stared like. Hey I'm here I it's not my job to JUMP IN NECESSARILY I. I saw the whole thing. Let's see who wants to talk next Timur Kinda so I am giving a look like everybody knows. I'm here right but no I'm like I'll allow you know I'm watching the to do you. Yeah two beautiful thing to watch do you at any point. Oh I'm does being hard on the goods or do you think it's a ridiculous situation holdings correct. Yeah Yeah Yeah yes. GD ridiculous and You know we're GONNA be recording show for another another sixty two hours that day in plenty of time to explain yourself if you want Jerry not being bamboozled or railroaded but again the diamond dogs will make sure that's clear and you can say whatever you want and we'll call the the name the show Gut's personal phone number and and If he wants to You know a hook up with listeners. Listeners can call in how about that go live. We'll make sure we go live on twitch now so what you can do you go to our cradle beyond so what go on channel regularly calling in so yeah type in your comments and we'll read them to the short short and if you don't want and I'll tell you right now you heard on the boots and the goods wants to take you out okay. I'm Gut's dion twitch Keith and the girl make sure that your alarm set you hit the bell subscribe and you hit the Ballon. Run when we're live. It could be diamond dogs and it will be four in the morning. You might have to quit your job. I don't know it's a fucking dogs and its roots. Billy proceeded in each in. Its a guy play and this upsets Pussy bitches or I'm going to say effeminate men doggy style. I don't care if you can't handle doggy style. I wrote who then the bye. Bye Bye dogs. Don't need you at the pound. Can You light the apartment on fire afterwards just as a cleansing sort of ritual. We're we're going to not only are we going to record a show I put this out in the universe. Good things happen with me. Adam Craig Gut's and my good friend billy procedure. We're GONNA record board with our legs on tables the entire time mandatory and Craig off to do it even though he's in. La Will you be wearing cargo shorts. At the time I'll be wearing macronix DALLAS. I got new wins in San Juan. I'll tell you about that tomorrow. We life is so fun. Do you view the good suits in the way that Howard stern has like wack pack characters? Right do you view him like that or are you more like us. More median to where to sit on the scale. I certainly comedian to yes unintentionally funny comedians. IT GOODS IS I. See what you're saying. Yes it's like that but when a wack packer does die on Howard Stern He puts out a little eulogy and I can find myself believing that so understand dear to his heart. Yeah right so if Goodstein tomorrow me being being sad about that would be genuine. Yeah me too. Yeah I mean hammed is going to kill him but listen. You heard it here first. Keith is going to have an emotion when somebody does bads VATSA own dad dies. He's like whatever I'll see in hal goes he's like I'll tell you something I'll tell you this is the truth. Ray Gut's if you died tomorrow or my dad died tomorrow or you both died at the more said that you died Reagan's and you give the universe all possibilities. They both can die. I'm not in charge of the universe the die and we can all debate is is global warning manmade. We can be here forever. I'm just saying if it happened happened. And they both died if I didn't come to work that they'd be because of Ray's death not my dad. I believe because I'll tell you that you never invited your dad on diamond dogs. Never never never no no even have a dad section which I believe all of you need you let the Catfish Your Dad Guess Catfish Pat Fischer fucking bitch right. Hey Fatso doesn't exercise much and I'll be like oh five to respect what he's saying yes. Goods may send my dad. One email to if that segments ahead eight Gut's and billy procedo cashing. Your Dad had who will cry. I Billy Ray. I don't think rape probably has crime. Ingham sure he cried when his parents passed but he seems more anger than sad. He thinks like an angry in ways processing. Billy is GONNA do Great. And he's going to have some advice from Google the Google. Yeah I think he's going to help fix a mentoring program and and they'll fix each other because that's how good mentoring works onto beautiful and this is a fair question. Okay what if billy died Don't say that billions I I look I don Dad's dead not a problem with that. I had to read that fucking book. Are you serious. Your Dad will never aren't dads who will and testament should go to me because I read more than his own. fucking son right. You should get the five bucks. Yes that's what I'm comfortable saying. All this would never die. I would I promise if the goods died in the next twenty four hours I would have trending number one. I promise I promise miss you that. Gabriel rahm issue that more than secures asshole. I promise you. You'll be trend assholes trended. It'll be my job yeah issues. He's just the Super Bowl. And you see I I forgot you forgot. This isn't diamond dogs. This is the main okay. I'm sorry I'm just saying that. S Don't lie either all right archimedes screw says a regarding the forums and the threat about the GUT's. I would like to nominate this thread for a Kako Ward. Not sure what award but it's your win. Something was popping off. I A lot of responses on that thread. I don't know by the way I don't want any bitches in the studio l.. Either no eavesdropping. I don't mean in the kitchen. Nowhere guys make make make fucking pussy cat plan. I want you to Brunch in somewhere every Atta here now. My God you're so about. Oh we don't need that fucking sarcasm. It's like exactly what we do. I'll go I'll actually. We should run. Yeah see how she rows so sub go. Oh keep your right again. I've been letting this shit go for. I said you know what I'm about. Police have a feeling. Please have a feeling. I'm going to hold it in until February. The third twenty twenty. And if she fucking pokes then say something that was the one right there right there. He was so when you triggered him and he was like I was waiting. You know he's been fighting with with you in his head in the shower he's just been going on and on about this fucking bitch. What's it like? I'll tell you what I it's GonNa be tough to get them here because you turn them off so much. I'm going to paint tonight. This whole room with different colors thinks it's a different studio in that he doesn't doesn't even have a bad vibes. Please don't leave by the way. Don't be dropping eggs in here on your way out even though fucking clues okay. It's a fuck it's men the men and and if if Bianca it's women talk about That's the show you download nowhere. Women talk about yeah and then they pretty. I'M GONNA leave a bowl of condoms and go. I bet you don't use these sine Kumba. I swear not only I will not only clever and so in my voice. I'm going to hook up with very good about that and I mean in a forty five year old way. I what I'm saying. When you heard me you heard me? I WANNA human centipede. You Reagan's billy and at her and then me and Craig in another room to separately having sex. I would love to have sex with you. I know but don't you can't be in the room at that. Your love has to wait another week. Or whatever Craig any whole you can double dip with this bitch. Sorry go the need Andrea on your show. Keep but I don't know if that's allowed. Let me tell you something I'm GonNa get sued for sexual harassment. I'M GONNA rates on diamond dogs. We're going to get prostitutes suit in. They're going to pay him. Yeah okay believable. Gooch Glenn we're going to the gym separate gyms. I can't take too much. There's a there's a crash on on twitch watching live and He's getting mistaken for your hot crow. Really I mean I'm sure this is super hot but I I think that's fun any Craig out there. I'm just casting the whitest net. I'm available sex twenty two no. I saw the Subaru will have thought time show just needed with hips. Yeah exactly it's in the back of my head. Hi Keith. It'll Kinda my name's Robert Forty six. I'm a male married woman for eight eight years good for you definitely gives shit there keith. Incumbent I've been a die hard fan since two thousand five. I'm on your side episode hundred twenty-five called what the blacks ex- once you didn't have to. I think it's safe to say we found that I was hoping like they weren't like rates and stuff. I was hoping in Utah for me. Some advice my wife has lost her sexual desires Qatar. whacking off to my wife is lost. I love this is happening. My wife has lost her sexual desires. When we were first together we had sex a lot? We made a pact to not let more than four days. Go by the curious about that negotiation because I can understand saying today's than going. Wow you know travel things really do happen. How about three days? But how do you come to four or four more is strange to me for I think. Three and four. I get because that gives you the option of one or two times a week and you're like well I'm not demanding if that's what I'm saying and then four I think is like it could be twice a week but like I'm only asking for one really when you think about it Craig everyday just want you to know. I wonder if like she does. It does the wife do tricks like I wanna Fuck Nalic. Oh you know we just had that big meal all right. Then I'll see you next week. No you know we both have to be ready. Did they make the both of them arrived on. That deal described. It sounds like it. Yeah I get that. After a while the passion goes away a little bit but right now she's either tied stress from work et Cetera. Sarah I don't think it's me because when we do have sex which is maybe once a month. She's very very pleased. Humble Brag orgasms fairly quickly and always says that we should do it more often again gut's then another month goes by and repeat. I would say sing a marriage. Therapist would be good but if sex just isn't an important thing or life and that's just how she is would therapy you work. I don't understand like he knows it's not important because she's not having it. I don't know I don't think I guess star fucking around. Don't even bother with. I Dunno the therapy Who cares if you're not a sexual person deep down in general? I don't think it's not something you can just be taught. But didn't they say they were having sex in the beginning beginnings. Although it's not that she never was. Yeah hyped up threatened to open it up. We could go weeks and weeks and she never gets horny general. She was pretty prudent timid in bed. But I'm not looking for crazy kinky stuff. I am pretty Kinky. I would like that. But it's not a need doesn't feel contradict. Yeah in in general. She's a prude. were section. Yeah Okay Yea when we were first together we had sex a lot. Yeah just one or two times. A week would be great to me but it's not even close to that anymore. I'm afraid her libido stopped Jingling and then apprentice rates. Just throw up in my mouth. Maybe it's she's prudish an Kinko Kinkel way. So she's she's into like vanilla sex. Maybe yeah so. She's approved for like you know ballgame. Yeah that kind of thing crag unfortunately my libido still still jingles more than Santa's Goddamn sleigh. My worst fear is that I'm in an almost sexless marriage. I know I'm going to eventually cheat on her or separate slash divorce her see. That's so so that's the only concrete thing you've said how about you just say you need it like I needed. It's a non-negotiable Why not why not then? Then leave leave. The he didn't bring up kids as an excuse. And the guy's looking for excuses so there's no kids I need sex with you or we have to leave the relationship or we open it or I get it somewhere else not as a threat like I was before but like oh or we.
"pat fischer" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Can tweak here and there I've said before I think San Francisco is a better team. I think Kansas City as an individual. Joel Patrick Mahomes the best football player in this game. And I can't wait for it when I was a kid growing up I can remember. I was the only one one in my family that loves sports. And my dad like the news and my mom was British and she was always trying to figure out stuff BBC Z.. And that sort of stuff. We had a lot of books and encyclopedias. National Geographic around the house and I was the kid that liked sports and I can remember the first sporting event I ever watched was a Laker game with will chamberlain against the Portland. Trailblazers in Brent Musburger on. CBS was doing the play. I play I remember this. It was a black and white. TV set and the first football game. I remember watching was nineteen. Seventy two. It was the undefeated. Miami Dolphins Against George Allen's Washington redskins. I can remember it vividly in my room. And the Redskins had players like Pat Pat Fischer Chris Hamburger Larry Brown. Billy kilmer George Allen Dyron Talbert they were a Old veteran team in Miami had czanka Bob Greasy Paul Warfield Miami dominated the game lead fourteen nothing until l. e. late until the kicker Garo your premium bad snap grab. That is a kicker tried to throw it Mike Bass number forty one picked it off ran into the end zone own. It was fourteen seven though the game was never that competitive a Washington even back then the Dallas cowboys were big deal back then. Washington was arguably one of the biggest brands in the NFL. Dallas and Washington. The Green Bay packers were very historic. But my first memory of the Super Bowl involved the Miami dolphins and they have been more chaotic through the years. They segue from those teams with Bob Greasy. The event getting Dan Marino than Jimmy Johnson Marino was older and since that time it's been a series of seven nine eight nine and seven and now they're in a total rebuild re-build with Brian Florez. But I like him in their three picks and it looks like they're going to get one of these talented young star wars quarterbacks out of college so I always love coming to Miami makes makes me think about the first super bowl ever watched and with that. Let's bring on a four two time former. NFL Coach who was in this game as coordinator. More than once. Eric man genie comes to our set. It also by Jason Taylor and Steve Smith. Both in super.
"pat fischer" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"So that's that's refreshing. And it gives you more. And honestly, it gives you more validity in the argument going for weld it does because because there's so many people have that bias of this is the guy that I grew up with or here's or here's the general idea of just this person's been considered the greatest for so long that that the longer the time wears on. And that person's considered the best. They gain. Wait, you know? And so it makes it harder for people to overcome that hurdle because they become so galvanized as like everybody has they feel like they have to defend the youth. They feel like to defend their life nineties music when I grew up not that great. There's certain moments. I like certain social the nineties. Is that a lot of music? That's like amazing factor. You know, I shook my childhood if you will I was a fan, I grew up in the seventies and eighties. But I I'm a huge fan of fifties. And sixties music the greatest thing. That's what changed the world. But beginning offer for that his another argument, he's the one that you're on the NBA. I I it's funny because the other day. My son Albert's twelve years old is football fanatic. Now, just they. Giants fan. He's the one that is the giants. That's a chance where I was talking to him Lennon's. The good one Lenny was upstairs, he was grounded. But anyway. Falcons fan. So anyway, he says to me we're talking about who was the greatest coach of all time. And he said, you know, it's gotta be Bill Belichick, right? Because Vince Lombardi a Bill Belichick and say it was Bella chicken. I thought about it. I said, you know, what if you compare right Bella chick won two Super Bowls as defensive coordinator with the giants, by the way. And then over the next eighteen years. He wins six Super Bowls. Now, have you take Vince Lombardi Vince Lombardi won a championship in fifty six with the giants, by the way, he goes to he goes to Green Bay. He goes. He and his second is second year. He loses the championship game to the eagles got there. And then he wins the championship in sixty one sixty two he wins it again in sixty five sixty six sixty seven. So he wins five champion two Super Bowls and three NFC championship games. He goes he takes he retires at comes back in nineteen seventy and he coaches, the Washington Redskins who perennial losers and in one year, he gets them to a seven five record and winning the first winning season. God knows win. And then he dies. So. The question would be this who is the better coach. And he did it in an era when football was played much more violent. It is today. Oh, yes. Let me finish gone. Bill belichick. Six Super Bowls eighteen years, Vince Lombardi five championships because the two Super Bowls. He didn't have a Super Bowl the first three. Yeah. So he wins say two Super Bowls three championships. But he does it in twelve. He does it in. He doesn't intend or twelve who's the better? Coach spellcheck. See? I don't think. So. Yeah, it is. Ballot. Check because Bella check he's had the manage at one. It's it's just harder and football. Now the rules are set up. So the teams are built to fall apart basically salary cap restrictions or something that's very real. Okay. But at time when Lombardi played there was a there was a competitive war between the AFL and the NFL and teams are signing players away from other teams to begin with. Okay. But if they're signing them away, at least they're signing into one league or the other. And so that's the thing. Trading plain out their options and stuff like that. It was I mean, it was a different thing. And also the rules were different in that. It was more violent. It was a tougher game back. Then Ben Hawkins the legendary eagle receive who passed away last come on my show every at the end of every show Ben would come on. And he said the same thing as you know, we hated each other. He would say he hated Pat Fischer. He would say, you know, we that was his line. We fought wars we weren't playing football, and they weren't making any money. Yeah. It was a different game. They weren't you know, they weren't like hugging. Each other. Plays and stuff like that. It wasn't all about rural union brothers. It was about. I hate your guts. So to do to win, you know, the five championships in twelve years versus six in eighteen. Yeah. Two different leagues. You can make the argument for either one it's tough. It's it's not tough for me. Because here's the other shoe. No. Because it's the other circumstances around it like you were able to keep players just basically indefinitely in football back. Then you didn't you didn't have free agency. Really until what Reggie like I mean. It was forever for free agency to treat ahead. He came in nineteen Ninety-three. Yeah. So that's you had players locked in for as long as you want. So if you're able to build a great team for whatever reason, you have all those guys, and you you just get to keep them. But so Bella check didn't have that. The other thing is the proliferation of film and film study and for Bella check. He's lost all of his major assistance. They've all just withered the dust. I mean, they all suck when they leave their and he continues to keep winning everybody England Lombardi everybody gets that you put the amount of film that you get you get coaches film. You know, like people are able to study Bella check, incidentally where every single week. Not in the same degree. You know? Because I've I've studied liked it. The the amount of film. That's available is is ridiculous. These days. I mean, you get every game with the the end zone view. And and the other we can watch it on a computer, like the ease of watching film, the quality of lives. They'll why that makes ballot. Check the better coach because people have better information when they're going against Bella check. And he still beat Lombardi had the same information on other. It's not as good. I mean, watch him watch film on a project. But that that levels the playing field levels the playing field, but it gives it or you know, they were playing on equal playing fields in there will actually Bella check was cheating for a while. So that that hurts my another. Let's be fair. Yeah. He did cheat a little bit. And that's and that's certainly going to hurt him. But his ability his his ability to adapt different offenses and change it on the fly. You don't know which running back. It is. Because you don't what systems are going to run that day. I mean is it going to birkhead an old school football is gonna be James white and passing modern spread field football. Like, you don't know again. Now going back to the Packers, you know. And again, it's the thing about they went through complete team overhauls during that time they changed the running backs. You know, they went from Paul Horning. Jim Grabb, Paul hoarding and Jimmy Taylor to Donny Anderson, and Jim Grabowski, you know, they changed receivers. You know, there was a lot of turnover on those teams as well. But I mean, it's. When you look at it. I'm just thinking that because Lombardi did it in less time. They're probably close if that equal, but it's like people will just throw away. Lombardi Belichick is great because we see them in this area. We see him in this football. And it's a different it's different thing. Because of what Lombardi accomplished in the way, he did it. But it's a good argument. Same thing that'd be the football version of Embiid and Chamberlain. Yeah. And it's been fun, man. I gotta tell you all night. I've been getting all these calls, and it's been all will. I thought I would get Reggie calls too. I got a couple of Randall Cunningham calls very early in the show. And I felt that was a great name that has been brought up Randall absolutely one of the greatest athletes to ever play play anything. He's just at Randall was exceptional and so credit to him. But a lot of wilt calls, really. I think one Reggie call the whole night. One call Mike is Reggie played the defense. Reggie was alignment and his job was to rush the quarterback. When you talk about an athlete, you when you talk about an athlete is more of a running a basketball player. It's a running game shut up. No, I'm going into his year. That's my problem is talking to so. Yeah, we there has been a lot going on. It's been a lot of fun. And I'm I'm happy to have been here tonight and go through all this with you. Hope you enjoyed the show. I look forward to coming down for these crossovers. I did in the car. I drive down to hit the radio, and I hear like ten seconds nuts. I come down. And I build the whole crew. There you go. And it's it's it's been a good crossover honestly baseball bat. Yeah. How about this five seconds? What would you like to hit? If you could hit anything with the baseball bat. Ventura ignorance slot. Okay. I deserved that. We didn't do jersey man to we get. Yeah. Yeah. You can you can hold on to the next segment. Yeah. So that's Steve trevelise. He's going to be coming up next. I'm Vince Quinn. I want to thank everybody that was a part of the show tonight. Tom Kelly was doing the updates Jack Fritz and Cesar Comanche produced the show. And of course, do you know, hey, you've been listening to this fine program. Thank you very much. If you want to keep up with me, you can find me on Twitter at its Vince Quinn. I also host a weekly NFL podcast everything going on around the league. So not just the eagles show. It's frankly, it's almost not an eagle show. It's like very much just stuff anything, you know, whatever's happening in the NFL so Chamberlain our, yes. So the show was called football moves. And so you can look for football moves as well. 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"pat fischer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Downtown San Francisco. Here's your host. Kevin breads. Drool hotter. Number three. We appreciate you so much for hanging out with a Saito age KNB are is the number to baseball this evening continuing that discussion right now to kick off the nine o'clock hour coming up in fifteen minutes juniors jots, f p Santangelo junior will hop back. I would just kind of pushed it back for fifteen minutes because this is hot. I was reading a waiting around today and adamant Avena who is a free agent, obviously pitch with rockets for a very long time that was talking about Babe Ruth and how he would with Babe Ruth. If Ruth light word with the game between eighteen them being he predicted Bruce would hit were around one eighty with eight home runs with that swing? How the game was back. Then. Discussing is there? Anybody who plays in any league? I'm talking baseball basketball football today. Twenty eighteen recent players who could play at any era who could play in any era because I think we both agree with that ought to be no bad Babe, Ruth, probably wouldn't be very successful in two thousand eighteen will look at the evolution of the game. How it's played how the athletes are so much bigger faster, stronger better. There's so much more science and technology that goes into the bodies of an athlete. I don't know. Babe Ruth would be healthy for one hundred sixty two games, by the way, she didn't play. So I tend to agree with oughta be no on this. I'm just trying to figure out who right now could play in any era. Right NFL NFL. What is your thought when it comes to players right now? That could play in an ear. Well, the one guy that popped into my brain. It didn't play this year largely last year played last year. Lord, pretty it's pretty recent. It's fairly recent. But there's one guy that always comes into my mind. I've always thought about this. He's one of my favorite players in the NFL ball time. And I think that he could have played in any decade since he is section of the NFL James Harrison, former linebacker for the gray linebacker the Steelers. I think James Harrison had style of play a mentality. That was so brute even for today's game, it would've he would have reigned supreme in decades past I think James Harrison, I absolutely when I look at them. I could see him playing in the seventies and the sixties with with the hard nosed guys coming across the metal of tackle, John Mackey. I can see that absolutely happenings. James Harrison for me would be the one guy right now. I don't know if anybody else could really hang in decades past because the rules are so different now. Okay. So both of mine are defensive players because interesting that you said the offense there's so many rules now that that benefit the offense that we used to see whether you go back to Montana in in well before our time guys just getting just drill rushed. Yeah. And then you obviously had wide receivers that now are maybe better athletes, but look they're not getting jammed as in ages. There's no Ronnie lost. So for me I stayed away from the offensive players. You could are you? I I think you're very accurate in doing that Khalil Mack. Because of all the people talking about Lawrence Taylor and everything and just the nastiness that he plays with the motor that he plays with the ability that he has is incredible. It is a transcendent ability that he has the second one. You guessed it, Luke Luke equally. I guess right. For me. He does. He reminds me of what you think of a linebacker back. Then isn't it funny that we both picked all linebackers is that the one position group in the NFL that hasn't changed? It hasn't. I'm with you on and now even more they're having to cover guys and much that we're seeing look if it was if it was what five years ago, I guarantee we're we're coming up with the same person Willis. Yeah. Yeah. No, doubt doubt. We're talking about the now in Luke kuechly has been year in year out the most unbelievable linebacker who for me plays with the nastiness but plays with the cue of so many of the older guys in and I look at him going. All right any era that guy could play. Yeah. Because it's so funny though, obviously, we're picking a defensive player in the way that the rule changes the secondary changes as well. But I really believe you when you and I. I think defensive lineman or the same way. Is there a quarterback? See that's what I'm trying to think right now would be the only one I look at hating. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know about aeronautics because he was so different than everything. And like, they they just I don't know if he used them. Who could take shock because I was gonna say breeze, but Brees was going up against some of those defenses from the seventies. Like, this is saved. Drew brees. Whatever gets us steel curtain the seventies. You didn't think Lambert which eat them alive would far v that guy. It's tough to say. So I I stayed away from the I stayed away from the offensive side. It's too. I think way too difficult because the the rules changed so much to influence the offensive side and protect them. I don't think there's anybody on the offensive side of the ball to that can hang I really don't. And if they're anything about like Andre rising and Dion Sanders, like just hammer each other. The fight right now. Who would be that? Now. I don't know. I mean, go back further with with the eagles and Redskins, Pat Fisher and Harold Carmichael. How interesting that matchup was with Pat Fischer being what was he is under six wasn't. He a haircut Markle's at six seven six eight those greedy matchups. You don't really see that too much, right? I don't know. I don't know if you think Julio Jones prime you think Julio could hang in every. Yeah, he is tough. He is very tough. It would have to be receiver and it would have to be receiver over a quarterback. Do you think George can hang because he blocks he could run. He's fast. Yeah. My my dad was talking about George KENDALL the other day with Brent Jones because Brent early on in high school was a track star he could fly. And when he got cut from the Cowboys, and he changed some things up and and made himself into who he was as a forty nine. Yeah. I could see it to an extent. I mean, just the way he's able to be one too because earth's can play urge can urge can do everything play package again, you I can't put an offensive guy for myself. Frank gore. Maybe. Yeah. I mean, wh when I think back different. You're right. He has been around for so long has been anyway kmby ours. Never let me rip off a couple of from the text line here. Oh, Choi Paula Malo. Yeah. Yeah. Little bit little more guys. We're talking about more reason Big Ben his size. Probably would have been able to hang. I think Big Ben probably would have been able to the people that they didn't understand our question because it's everyone old. We're not talking about all we're talking about the now like today's game. Literally today's NFL Emmett Smith, Barry centers. Yes. Of course, we're talking about now. Eighteen. Yeah. Twenty thousand seventeen fairly current players. Let's go current players because current players let us go to the NBA. Number one person. It's LeBron I think LeBron can play in any decade ever created physically physically imposing six eight to fifty. There's no one that's been able to match him. His basketball IQ is on the genius level. No doubt about it. And I just think that he would have dominated every era. Can you say the same for Jordan? The Jordan would've dominated every era. Oh, yeah. George would dominate. Now. You kidding me? With all the Jordan again. It's like very it's very similar to offense players on the in the NFL, right? Yeah. They've changed. They've changed everything so much easier for those guys. Yes. We wouldn't have to like bump and grind. No hands shack. He wouldn't have to fight. Yeah. I like Walter Walter said saquon Barkley I liked that one. That's a good one. Let's go major league baseball for me. I think there's two guys that can play in any era, and it's based off their I q it's a catcher both catchers. I think it's BUSTER Posey in yada Molina. Love who I think are incredibly intelligent when it comes to the game. And how they run their pitchers and just how they operate and how they present themselves. Major league baseball. I really think both of those men Molina and Posey they could've played from the eighteenth. I'm talking Cleveland, spiders, all the way up until now and still would have been as productive as they are. I love that one. I will go with the easy one in trout trout's game. Would would it would go anywhere and everywhere, no doubt how athletic years the speed the instincts. I think the instincts are are something. We don't talk about enough in the game and words gone the instincts of a Mike trout. Now would play back then that's what they lived in died by was just the game. Right. Looks like it with him. Marshawn lynch. No sorry. Four and five. No, no stupid. One would be for the pitching side for me. Ver- Lander Burland would go with the times. He would be there. People are saying Madison. Okay. That's fine. I get it. But for me ver- Lander is the guy that I would look at that. Could you know over time he was nasty? He would drill you. He would go up. And then he wasn't scared to do that. So the reason we're bringing this up if you're just joining us is because former Rockies pitcher now good one atom vino said that he would whiff Babe Ruth if he played baseball twenty eighteen and so we were just asking the question to you can't be ours. The number if there's anybody you can think of baseball basketball football that can play in any decade who's playing right now. Let me ask you this before we get to juniors jobs. Franson is there one pitcher that you even if he played way before you were in the show is there one pitcher you've always maybe dreamt of facing or always wanted to face. It didn't like would it be a Bob Gibson? Or would it be a sandy Colfax? No. Honestly, it was leased myth. Really? Yes. All right. But I got to face them. A. He throwing VP. And I've told you all the stories where the students got the biggest hands on earth. The baseball looks like a damn golf ball in his hand. And he's just talking throughout the whole hill. Oh, you got that one all the moment. You stared at a ball that you think went out and it did go out. Get your ass. No joke next pitch would guaranteed break your bat. Anyway, would just laugh, and he has his laugh that is the most insane contagious. It's amazing. So I go with lease Smith. I did have the opportunity is facing when he was you know, BP and all that. But I've got Bob. Gibson scares the living crap out of me. Yeah. That the lower the mound for you. You've you've done it. Right. Dun-rite basically any Johnson I got to face him. But I wanted to face him at ninety seven to one hundred I did. Because growing up you're going that's wild, man. So that's awesome. There's a lot of a lot of things coming in and the two nine you're just thrown s against the wall, hoping something sticks. Thanks. Appreciate it. Anyway, who saying that now tunein did we smash their their Bumgarner, of course Goldschmidt. That's actually a good one L to an aeronautical. I could say all these guys. Yeah. For sure I'm just look there's no right answer. Never everyone's saying that the NFL players keep on throwing out names. I mean, come on come up with one just one. There's toughest behind a lot of the baseball players that you choose to go that her transcended because you talk about the times in defending themselves. They they had to defend themselves. Yes. No doubt about it. So. All right. Very good. I've just curious about that. Let's get to a juniors jobs coming up next came here. A number two. Oh nine. We'll take some calls on that offer. Kevin francis. On the sports leader KNB are ten night,.
"pat fischer" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Forever. Thank you very much. You great. Now, we can begin trevelise g member there was to be a show called the monkeys. Hey, hey, we're the Monkees right in all through the show. You see Peter like never gets his name mentioned at the end. He gets his name mentioned. He's all happy as where I feel right now. I heard the Bill Hicks theme. Now, we can begin Steve trevelise show. Tim Kelly producing. So what are we thought? We'd a lot to talk about tonight. We got Bob we got gusts already on the board. I want to get you on the board eight hundred seventy nine ninety four ninety four rivalries. Rival is this really a rivalry? Are there? Any more rivalries? And I think that I don't think they are the way they used to be for a number reasons. There's so many things I wanna get into some of which jolly and I kinda hit on and we talked about during the commercial break, we yell and scream at each other. We actually talked. Marshall. Screamed at each other on air. There are classic jolly crossovers I missed a crossover where jolly because jolly he's a fun over. You know, we get that. We get the you know what? The contentious crossover, but is it a rivalry the eagles and the Cowboys. No, no because nobody k the Cowboys haven't been relevant in how long you know in the seventies. The Cowboys were relevant Dallas was on. And you had the Ewings and all that JR. And then you had you know, they were the America's team they had the game on every night every four o'clock, and and Roger starbuck would always lead him to victory and those guys were heroes, and they will also doing cocaine on his, but those guys were heroes Hollywood Henderson South America's team. And then you had the hat going across the, but it was all that and the eagles at that point. We're never as good as the Cowboys. So it meant something Buddy Ryan came here. And he was doing a remote ribbit. And he saw somebody wearing a Dallas suck t shirt. He realized that the big rivalry. Here was eagles. Cowboys. Somebody forgot to tell the Cowboys didn't pick up on it. But eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four how how much of this how much of this? You really see is a rivalry. It's a joke because and the other thing too is that they have played some tough games. The forty four to six on the last day of the season in the end, the radio comes to mind when all Domino's lined up for the eagles go to the playoffs raiders. That'd be Tampa Bay. All these crazy things had to happen. Then in two thousand nine when Dallas-based eagles two games in a row. Second being the first game of the playoffs. They they've had their contentious games. But rivalries, aren't what they used to be. And if you depending on where you are now, if you're in your twenties, Tim cowlishaw, you Tim Twenty-three high. So for unique rivalry, that's fine. You don't hate the Cowboys. Do you really physically sit around wishing bad will on the Cowboys? I think as a kid when Teo came back. That's the last time. I really remember. And I didn't like Bill Parcells he way but in the last five or ten years now I'd like Tony Romo. Tony romo's enjoyable to watch play. So no I had to watch do a game. Yeah. So you not really hope these guys, you know, and that hasn't happened. Like if you're if you're coming at it from your fifties. If you coming at it from you sixties coming at it from watching seventies NFL football. I remember I used to have Ben Hawkins on the late. Great. Ben Hawkins eagles wide receiver was a friend of mine. He would come on every week when I started and we were taught analyze football. And he would tell me said, you know, man, we fought wars. We hated each other. I member he was telling me like the Redskins headed defensive back named Pat Fisher. And he would tell me how much he hated. Pat fischer. It's easy for me to see how much he hated the guy. I mean, that's a rivalry today. It's like, they don't hate each other. You know, what the role in the same union? They could all end up playing with each other the following year. You don't you know, you you travel with the team for a very short time you've ever couple years you move onto another team which I want to get to as well, so eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. Do you? Think rivalries have really waned who are the true rivalries today in the NFL for the ingredients of a rivalry? You want to have two teams where the fans seriously hate each other. And I can't think of any. I mean, I think is some that maybe go back to like walls would pass down from my dad or my grandpa, and I gotta hate this team. But maybe jets patriots suggests will never beat the patriots. But they always seem to be the measuring stick maybe because Bellichik had the had the job. And walked away in a day and the whole thing that went down. But even that's so old and the patriots don't lose. But I watched Sunday night. I watched Aaron Rodgers Packers patriots. And that to me seemed like an interesting game because you read the battle of arguably the two greatest quarterbacks plane right now that could have been rivalry manning Brady Payton Brady used to be rivalry. Because the colts would always try to be held seat. A who are those teams now? And where are those rivalries and do you see the eagles? Tell me if you believe that the eagles have a true rival a team that they just can't stand a team that you believe that every time you see them you. They must be trampled to the earth. And that team if they can always dominate eagle giants. Of course, they're going to beat the giants. They've had the giants numbers since I became a fan happens that way for whatever reason. But you know, what I mean like if the Cowboys, I if you add like the raiders Steelers in the seventies they wanted to play in a parking lot. You know, that was the thing with the Bill Parcells teams Bill Parcells buddy. Ryan. I remember the ten great giant eagle's games on the NFL top ten. They did a giant eagle rivalry on the NFL top ten was in it. I mean my line in that I stand now the line. The line was very simple. The eagles knew they were going to beat the giants. The giants new. The eagles are going to beat the giants. And he's still play the game. And was the truth is still the truth today. But you know, I forget who they were talking about buddy. Ryan and Bill Parcells. And I forget who it was that said it, but somebody said, you know, the thing that I loved about those two is that they didn't even care about the stadium. They wanted to play they want to stop the bus in a parking lot and played a game there. And that's how much those two teams those eagle teams of Buddy Ryan and giant teams a Bill Parcells hated each other. And the reason for most of the frustration in the in the Hague was the frustration of how those games win. Call bank's throwing himself into Randall Cunningham. Randall dusting them off and throwing a touchdown. Clyde Simmons Lawrence Taylor blocks a field goal. Clyde Simmons picks up the ball scores. A touchdown games. They were frustrating games. And both teams were always battling it out for the division. That's a rivalry. When you have one team. And you could say that this game is a rivalry. Because now you got the Redskins who were, you know, just sitting in first place, but it doesn't mean anything they're not going to be there. They just happened to be there now. But when you look like you've got the Cowboys with the same record both went out and got a wide receiver and both are now going to attempt to make their run. This could be but I'm asking you is it really eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. Bob Gus Eddie, I'm coming right to you. WIP sports time is to nineteen sports radio.
"pat fischer" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"And now it's kind of play with that was before us. But you know what the bad thing is. I'm the only one still alive. The only guys are dead. That's shocking. Do you think that's because of injuries and or the the toll that, oh. Oh, I got you. Don't even know that people don't even know about. You got a Jim Donnelly just guiding a month ago. I've had all the time now for shit, two years and and Pat Fischer who's closest friend I've got. He's he's been sick. Oh God, ten years, but we and then they sent up this program and then say they're gonna give us all these tests and checking everything else. And so we, you know, go through all that both about and what they do. First thing they do is they just they, uh. Don't. They don't even the -xample you and you gotta go and you go on and it's a big pain in that out to go through. But that's basically wanna know. So now they got a set up, so I'm sure I don't know what those contracts with like, but I'm sure they got protection for themselves, but the bad thing is is that you can't call you beginning. Call anybody because you don't know if they're going to be live. She really got I, we're over. People and the other is some of them are actually committing suicide. Some of the players are because they don't want to get caught without making any money, and they keep waiting to get funded and haven't funded anybody, not one person I know. So that kind of stuff. It's got everybody else is saying, well, they can play or not, but but the CIA trying to change it to make it work. So I hope they do, but you couldn't get me back in the game so much. I mean, this is obviously one of the major problems that that I think begrudgingly the league has sorted to, sir to recognize. Right. So going back to that. So the idea of concussions and blows to the head and and sort of the repetitive nature of the sport and that and the physicality of the sport. Right. And obviously we're talking about a time the sixties seventies where you know, it's probably a bit more macho and more, you know, like shake it off and you have your quote unquote, your bell rung, right? I mean, these are, you know, today at least to the awareness is much greater, but at what point I mean, you say you were lucky and certainly. So at what point do you and other start to recognize perhaps after your careers or ending, or maybe even during your playing career that perhaps something is sort of not right, physically and or mentally with. I would think that we, we talked about all the time. We were very aware of what was going on, but the thing about it is they, the money wasn't. That's. Bad, but it wasn't that good. But the thing is, is that. Most players were playing because I really liked playing the sport. I mean, I, I like playing I fortunately I did to have troubles all the time, but it's, it's it's terrible. I mean. It's they left a thing, go too far is what the big problem. They really did. They let it go too far. They learn to keep going and going and thinking it was going to change and it hasn't changed. There's a lot of guys that have suffered on the thing, but my my problem with it is I've got a lot of close friends I played with 'cause you know, played twenty years. So I played a lot of people, but even those people are not making it either they're they're, you know, gradually dying and. There's no one. You don't know who it is, unless it's, you know somebody and being. You get to get it in the paper, but so many people who are just the players on the team. They're not the star. They're the ones that are missing and. So what a lot, some of them do, we know of threes but committed suicide. So you got, they're trying to find ways to get money. 'cause we're not gonna get any money from it, national football. So the big thing is it's become a just a pain in the neck, but now they're playing a game that I guess I think it's better, but it'll be interesting, see all the fans accepted. Well, let's let's let's I don't want to completely go completing in a the sad. But this important, I mean, it's really important stuff..
"pat fischer" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Affiliate guys show at the media theater on Saturday, November the third and that Bill for that for that evening at the theatre. Yes, it is going to be the two funny. Philly guys, which is Joe competent big daddy Graham. You're also going to get me. I am the I am the host and the MC of that evening. So and I am looking forward to it. I've done that before. And I I thoroughly enjoy the evenings with Joe and big daddy. And for those of you that are never seen these two guys in concert before it's a treat. So your play if you haven't you don't have any plans for that night. Or even if you do cancel them and go order, your tickets to come out to the media. The're not to see me trust me. Because I'm I'm on and off the stage in the blink of an eye. But you definitely want to see big daddy and show, they they are a lot of fun. So that's going to be Saturday. November the third at the media theater. So go online and order your tickets now at Joe, Clark dot com. We've got some callers on the line. So I will start knocking he's off as as you heard Glenn is already on his way down to the stadium. He's going to be hosting countdown to kickoff starting at two o'clock. But I'm going to be here. Talking some football talking some sports with you and answering your call. So let's go right to the phones. And we got MAC in Broome Almac, what's on your mind. Hey ray. Good. Good to take your getting your take my call real knowledgeable. But for Dan beard of all people that complain about how dirty Andre waters is. I mean. Mike memory serves me correctly. We'll be part of a dirty offense of line of the cardinals with Conrad you book you wrote. They call me dirty. That would be in one specific thing, you know. And I understand I understand Conrad that were take he starts off by what they hit on size. And then which is how the movie blindside opens up. He said Nair your quarterback is done you've missed the blocks. And nobody gets for my quarterback. And he went on to say how the plane the Pittsburgh Steelers ended up against mean. Joe Greene passing down again for Jim Hart up does a up because arms. Oh us huge solar plexus, and he punched him in the stomach benefit the same thing happened again. And then mean, Joe Greene came back into the huddle spun around and his in his face, and he said what's the matter with? And he said, I don't know Joe, I guess I just ahead. You know, if you just keep your hands down so for for those two for that guy to complain about Andrew waters. It's like a fire calling the pot black MAC, I can kind of I kind of see your point. You're right. The deer door of played he played right next to Conrad Dobler who was probably as offensive lineman as is ever played and made no apologies for it. His explanation for was I have to do this kind of stuff because I'm not as good as these other guys. I have I have to play outside the rules. They have to make people nervous. I have to take advantage of everything. I can do pushing the envelope and going outside the envelope to just get by. He had a long career in the NFL, and he actually became a better player than his reputation would suggest. But yeah, I mean, he was certainly player you can talk to any of the eagles guys. I mean, it's certainly talk. I mean, you could talk to Bill burgee for an hour about his run ins with Conrad Dobler played right next to him. But Deardoff never did any of was a straight up textbook tackle came out of Michigan and came into the NFL. And I I thought he was I thought he was one of the best offensive lineman. I ever saw because the cardinals were in the eagles division. I get seem twice a year. So when I was on the hall of fame selection committee. I I was always always a big proponent of Dan beard, or if because I thought he was really just a rock-solid technician at the tackle position. I would put him along the next to some of the best tackles I've seen. I mean. Anthony Munoz would say probably still the best guys like Walter Jones. Really good player Jonathan Ogden really good player. But I would put Dan dear. Right there with him. It took him a longer to get the hall of fame, and it should have. I mean, I thought he was he was so good. He should have gone in before that he did play finally got in there. But yeah, Deardoff is a guy that I mean, he was dirty player made no bones about it actually wrote a book called confessions of a dirty player. But deer was not that way. He played the game. The way meant to be played. Let's go to Joe on a cell. Joe you're on sports radio WIP. IRA thanks for taking my call today. Happy to talk to John. I just wanted to talk to you about pets Fisher. I thought I my dad always used to tell me if you. And. I can remember it. In the open field because you would grab them around angles. I mean, he was like oh a five nine one seventy but he knew how to tackle. And today. I just keep thinking like. You know, maybe next time you're over NFL films. Grab a video and take it down and give it to Peterson at Schwartz and have the ABA quarters watch this guy tackle. I mean. There's no mistake to it. You just have to get low and you get a man around the act. You get around your ankles. You ain't going anywhere. Yeah. Well, different game. Now, Joe it's it's a it's a different game. Now, it's it's all it's all spread the field pass protection kinda game. It's it's all pass defense. And it's you know, we went through a transition. We talked a lot earlier in the show about the transition on offensive side about how the game is different for quarterbacks. And because the game is different with quarterbacks because it's become so much more of a passing league. It's changed the way defenses play now, and because they're covering more ground than because the balls in the air more. It's become more of a game a pass defense and the ability to to cover one on one. So you got these one on one cover kinds of guys the specialists like the Dion Sanders came and change the way defensive backs play the game. You're right in pointing out Pat Fisher. I mean, Pat Fisher was a guy who played a longtime in the NFL. I mean, Pat Fischer played more than more than ten years. I know that for a fact, and you said five nine one hundred and seventy I'm not even sure he was five nine I might even smaller than that. I remember the many many matchups on many many Sundays of of he guarding Harold Carmichael literally giving away a foot in height. And yet you talked to Harold today. And her will tell you that nobody gave him more trouble than Pat Fischer, Chris he was just so tenacious. There were times that he would it would look like he was climbing up. Harold Carmichael away. Guy would climb a lamppost tried bad a pass away. But he was he was really good. He was really smart. He was really tough. And he was a very very good open-field tack or one of the few people I ever saw shed him was in the super in Super Bowl seven malaria Zaka went around the corner and Pat Fischer came up, and it was that was a total mismatch. I mean sock outweighed him by sixty pounds. And he just hit him with a forearm and shoved them aside other than that. I never saw Pat Fischer missing the open field. But there are a lot of people that troubled bringing down. Larry's knock let's go to Brian in Plymouth meeting. Brian urine WIP? All right. Thanks for taking the call. Happy. Too dumb. Just gotta say real quick. You got a lot of very well-deserved compliments, but I have to say like after the Super Bowl, my friends, and I are about to walk out on the streets. And then I saw you come on Comcast. And I had to wait and hear your take because I know what it meant to me. And that's like shadow. Must have meant to you. Ended up losing all my friends because once I got out on spring Gardner, let there is no way I'm going to be able to find them. Well, that's okay. You you you caught up at the party. I'm sure we'll I appreciate you saying that it was it was a wonderful wonderful experience. And I'm really grateful that I had the opportunity to be there and to actually witness it firsthand because I mean, I didn't know I didn't know if we ever would. But but the day that it happened. Mike goodness. If it was it was a wonderful feeling for me and for millions of other people. Yeah. I mean, everybody out on the streets were friends and brothers and the eagles fan them. So it was great night. So I when I turned on I heard you talking about all time quarterbacks. And I kind of just wanted to have get your two cents on this. I mean, obviously Brady Montana are, you know, in terms of total accomplishment. I mean, they're up far and away. But my I've always thought that if I. We had one guy to to win one game. I'm taking prime John Elway. And you know, because those early teams he dragged to the the Super Bowl, I think those teams were even worse than merinos teams. Yeah. Brian. I can't say I disagree with you. Because we had a caller. I guess it was we had a caller in England. We got into the whole discussion about ranking quarterbacks all time and so forth. And I said, I can't imagine ever having top five wouldn't have Elway in it because I respect him that much and for the very reason that you said, I mean, if you look at his numbers, if you look at for example, his completion percentage, it's completion percents was never that high. And I don't know that if you look over the the whole span of his career that he ever led the league in passing on any given year in yards and touchdowns in any of the in any statistical measurable quarterback rating, all that kind of stuff. I don't know that he ever one what you would call a passing title, but only dibs win games. And at the time that he retired. He had won more games than any quarterback in NFL history. Now other guys have come along and top that. But he was the winningest quarterback. That had played up to that time. And for the very reason you just said I thought that he took teams that weren't very good. The teams that were maybe eight eight kinds of teams with an average offensive line. No running game average receivers mediocre defense and took those teams to Super Bowls and lost them and lost some of them badly. But teams would have never been even close to being in a Super Bowl. If it wasn't for him. So yeah, I think he's and your point about the guy that would scare you with in the final minutes of a game where a guy if you had to pick one guy to go out and win a game for you. Who would that be? You say Elway. I'm not gonna sit on argue against that. I that's that's that is a tough one to me. I mean, I think that Brady and Montana are the best that I've ever played. And the statistics would certainly bear that out. But it's an interesting question. If you ask somebody you have one game to play. And you can pick any quarterback who's ever played to play that game for you. Who would it be? And that's a whole different question. Apart from stats and apart from all-time rankings and stuff you're just asking you could say we're gonna play one game this afternoon, you can pick any quarterback to go play it who would it be. And then you kind of have to go with what's in your gut? About that. And even though I would tell you that I would rank Brady as the number one quarterback just based on the the weight of his statistical achievements and his longevity. If I took the question the other way, and he said you gotta go play one game and you can pick any quarterback to go play. It. I might pick Montana in his prime because Montana was foreign and soup Montana. Never lost a Super Bowl. Brady's lost. A couple not always his fault. But he's lost a couple and one of the great statistics of all time is Montana in Super Bowls one hundred and twenty two passes completed zero interceptions. Never threw up never threw a picking a Super Bowl never lost a Super Bowl. So if I had to pick one if I had to pick a guy to play one game, it might very well be Joe Montana. Let's go back to the phone. We got will in Fort Myers. Will you're on sports urine. Sports radio WIP. Hi, how are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm fine. Thank you. I thought if I had to have one guy. Game for me. And this is coming from an eagles fan. It would be Roger back. Guide for me. Okay. That's yeah. I mean, he he won a lot of them. And he was he was in the mold. He was in that Elway mold with his ability to run that he that. He was able to do things in the fourth quarter games. And and he had and he was just fearless. One of these about Staubach was he was just absolutely utterly. Fearless. And any inspired confidence in his teammates. And that's a big part of it is the ability to bring a team from behind in the fourth quarter..
"pat fischer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"To hear Thorson giving Larkin and Larkin is not going to get their slammed out of the thirty hill losing other yard and Akron defense holds and the zips takeover. L Jesse was the biggest play the game so far that was. Well, they do biggest play the game. And that one comes up empty. You. Can't get two yards in two downs. And the other thing is now you got the excitement here with Akron, Dr sideline there. Silence right in front of us here in the booth, and they now all of a sudden got a little bit more of oxygen and their tanks are all excited. Well, the first quarter they at thirteen plays for twelve yards of offense. But now they have it at the thirty yard line. Thirteen fifty one to go on the first half. Quarterback Nelson with Edwards. His right short drop. Now being flushed from the pocket cuts back to his left to penalty Barker calms down and Nelson taken out of the thirty five yard live by Patty Fisher, brought him down. There is a blackout holding against the zips holding offense number fifty three. Can you penalty from the previous spot repeat? I out. So the defense certainly don't think you can fault the way the defense is playing here so far. Absolutely. They've pretty much continued from where they finished last game. When they just basically shut down in the second half. And then that's that's been the narrative here these guys these guys came to play, and they're showing I in twenty from the twenty Akron moving right to left here, the second quarter and the gun Nelson. Gets the snap gives to add words. He goes nowhere. Gotta cross the twenty to the twenty one. All covered up by Patty Fisher along with. Roar the true freshman out Lincoln way, east to got it there and got a piece of that one brings up second out of nineteen one of the things that they're doing defensively the cats spying their quarterback Kato Nelson. You can see them hanging back at that second level to make sure that if he does get out of the pocket, they got somebody aware of him to set up a slot to the right side without ROY Williams. And Nelson looking over the middle. There's Korea Smith the catch at the thirty five at along down up at the thirty eight yard line. So it got the seventeen yards on that brings up third down to as Pat Fischer made the stop. So this is as close we'll see if they can widely convert a third down here. They're all for four third out. A tube is lot closer now. After that pass. Completion receiver did a nice job of finding the open hole in that defense. They were just playing zone coverage. And that was it. Good thrown. Nice. Catch is one of those twitchy guys your about newborn Williamson a slot to the right? The tide. Curtain to Edwards alludes van the backfield at Nelson takes it. Nelson. Moves it forward for the forty three. I slow zone. Read. Nice job read the defensive add bounced it out picked up the first down. That was a nice recovery. They're deepen their own mpm up. Nice there. And I in twenty after twenty there. I I doubt of the game to the forty three yard line JR pace made the stop on the quarterback Nelson. Burst out from the forty three eleven forty six to go. First half seven nothing northwestern toss to Edwards Edwards running lap. Edwards cuts it across the forty five and paddling. Powell is going to go. Let's see. There are multiple flags. Bryce Peterson the offensive line looked to be the guy. So let's see. This is just a crusher. It's so silly to there's way after the play he did it in front of his own bench. He did when he was two yards beyond the sideline after the play was over personal foul unnecessary roughness number fifty three offense fifteen yard penalty. It'd be second out Peterson our software offensive lineman from mccamley, California and. That's to push the zips back just when they have something go at they had some momentum. And this is but then again they've been in this situation. You're the second time on this drive. Its second in nineteen last time they completed a seventeen yard pass BELTRAN sands checks. They're running back. He's a junior from Fort Lauderdale who started one game a year ago. Nelson on second out of nineteen caps. Rush four they said sands in emotion. Again, there's move and Nelson can't believe it a grabs his helmet with both hands in frustration. He cannot believe it. False start offense number seventy two five yard penalty. Second out second out of twenty four. Now zips day that's a hundred in his first start was last week his very first start of his college career. And I'm sure that he's gonna regret. This little huddle is their charts. Timeout, Akron their first. Right. So a time I'll be on the field media time out eleven twenty six to go to the half, northwestern seven Akron, nothing back in a moment..
"pat fischer" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The twenty nine yard line of ships leading seven nothing. I hear say this biggest play the game. So far the wild. Guess I think you're right. David momentum. Yeah. Can't stall here had some chances here. We talk about you gotta finish drives. Here's a chance to keep this going here where they started with good field position to western on the Atkins back. Larkin Thorson under salaries got all the way at quarterback so far, and he will give Jeremy l'arcade runs into the line and plunges inside the thirty to the twenty eight did not get the first down a short by about a yard. It's going to be. Looks like it's going to be four down and along one yard line. Oh, one yard to go. So at the twenty eight yard line so forth down. John Lieko was there outside backer there. He didn't make the tackle. But he was a big part of the push. He penetrated there. I had the cats gone for it. They're just two of seven four down. Twenty nine percent fourth at to here north giving. Larkin and Larkin is not going to get their slammed down to the thirty. He'll lose another yard and akrons defense holds and the zips takeover. L suggested it was the biggest play the game so far and that was. Well, he knew biggest play the game. And that one comes up empty. You can't get to yards into downtown. The other thing is now you got the excitement here with Akron, Dr sideline there. Silence right in front of us here in the booth, and they now all of a sudden got a little bit more of oxygen and their tanks. They're all excited. Well, the first quarter they at thirteen plays for twelve yards of offense. But now they have it at the thirty yard line. Thirteen fifty one to go in the first half. Quarterback Nelson with Edwards to his right short drop. Now be flushed from the pocket cuts back to his left a penalty marker calms down and Nelson. Picked up by Patty Fisher, brought him down. There is a blackout holding against the zips holding offense number fifty three penalty from the previous spot repeat. I down. So the defense. I certainly don't think you can fault the way the defense playing here so far. Absolutely. They've pretty much continued from where they finished last game where they just basically shut down in the second half. What the advert? And then that's that's that's been the narrative here. These guys these guys came to play, and they're shown burst and twenty from the twenty Akron moving right to left here, the second quarter and a gun. Nelson. Gets the snap. Gibbs to add words, he goes nowhere got across the twenty to the twenty one. At covered up by Patty Fisher along with. The true freshman outta Lincoln way. East to got their got a piece of that one brings up second out of nineteen one of the things that they're doing defensively the cats spying their quarterback, Cato Elson, you can see them hanging back at that second level to make sure that if he does get out of the pocket, they got somebody aware of him to set up a slot to the right side without very Williams and Nelson looking over the middle there's areas Smith the catch at the thirty five at the lung down the thirty eight yard line. So he got seventeen yards on that play brings up third down to as Pat Fischer made the stop. So this is a yardstick and we'll see if they can finally convert a third down here. They're all for four third out a lot closer now after that pass completion receiver down I shop a the open hole in that defense. They were just playing zone coverage had how's it? Good thrown in ice catches on those twitchy guy. Is your thought about Williams? Williamson a slot to the right? The third to Edwards. Eludes him out of the backfield at Nelson takes it. A Nelson moves it forward for the forty three. Zone. Nice job read the defensive and bounced it out picked up the first down that was a nice recovery. They're they're deepen their own end up. Nice there. They were I in twenty at the twenty and they have their first first down to the game to the forty three yard line is JR pace made to stop while the quarterback Nelson. I out from the forty three eleven forty six to go first half seven nothing northwestern toss to Edwards Edwards running left. Edwards Katsuta across the forty five and paddling Arthur's. Personal Powell is going to go. Let's see Eric multiple flags. Bryce Peterson the offensive line looked to be the guy. So let's see. This is just a crusher. It's so silly too. I mean there's way after the play he did it in front of his own bench. He did when he was two yards beyond the sideline after the play was over her snowfall unnecessary. Ruckus number fifty three offense fifteen yard penalty. It'd be second down Peterson our soft more offensive lineman from McKinley Ville, California and. That's gonna push zips back just when they had something going they had some momentum. And this is but then again, they've been in the situation. For the second time on his drive at second in nineteen last time, they completed a seventeen yard casts BELTRAN sands checks. They're running back. He's a junior from Fort Lauderdale who started one game a year ago. Nelson on second out of nineteen caps. Rush four they said sands emotion. Again, there's move and Nelson can't believe that it grabs his helmet with both hands and frustration. He cannot believe it. False start offense number seventy two five yard penalty. Second second down and twenty four now for the zips, and Dave that's hundred in his first start was last week his very first start of his college career. And I'm sure that he's going to regret. This little huddle is their charts. Timeout. Akron their first, right? So a time outfielder feel media time out eleven twenty six to go and the half, northwestern seven Akron, nothing back in a moment..
"pat fischer" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The Yankees earlier this month. Guaranteed rate field but they're playing their best baseball of the season at last night they had a three. Two lead, a chance for more the pitch Sanderson, apply ball the. Right be up slicing away from Walker the rightfielder guest out for your break he's, been dead world goes to second four to White Sox is said test scores all the way from the second base Anderson as a run scoring double. Hand the talks went on to a six two win at former here on WGN the winning pitcher. Carlos, rod seven innings. Two hits and two runs and now six and. Three on the year same two teams tonight and we'll have it. At five thirty on WGN at Wrigley field the match jump, on John Lester early no problem Lester at a. Two run single as the cubs Came back took the lead then regained it with. A two run seventh and a seven, four win six in a row for the cubs who play the, Mets again, tonight on WGN TV and, did I miss this John Lester finally throw. Somebody out of I picked up a guy off and last night that was last night. Yes and he hasn't been able to. Do that. In years not nothing no he's had trouble thrown Yeah? So how. Do. You get over it I guess Years working on that bounce pass earlier. This year that's not going to pick a guy off in, most? Cases right but he had the the old bounce pass. Going pretty why doesn't every team run. On him Well because he does have an advantage his left. Hand or if he can throw to first he's he's gonna, pick? Guys off this I was thought that so bizarre affliction it is not the I know but Also putting now he, also is not good. He also made a real good play and self defense and drive back to, the mound, like caught. It. As. He was falling backwards, basically was on his but when he caught the ball how ended. The inning so bitter, remind you of when I was playing wiffle ball of my cousin curtness backyard nineteen seventy exactly okay back to you know I wasn't there for that bears are getting ready for their preseason finale Thursday against buffalo but it doesn't sound like roquan Smith is going to. Be able, to see his first game action this week, either he hasn't played yet in the preseason. And the, bears open the season a week from Sunday in Green. Bay, college football season gets going on, Thursday northwestern coach Pat Fischer is not naming a starting quarterback Clayton Thorson the senior coming off. Knee surgery FitzGerald says we'll see it. Eight hundred six eastern, time on, Thursday Who runs out there Illinois has named a starting quarterback as senior AJ Bush should transfer we'll start against Kent state on Saturday the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats and the White Sox David WGN sports. Check it, out I found five bucks in these genes, that's nothing I found at twenty in my. Old coat, oh yeah I found fifty dollars in my old it's Had an old working fridge I didn't eat so comment took it away. Com Ed took, it away.
"pat fischer" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"I'm not telling nothing you don't know. And we had a coordination between Roma Gabe on. I had a real good chemistry because we trained together for four months prior to training camp. But did you make it more wide receiver. Because we special team, I made it as wide receiver. I led the team in receptions and touchdowns and that first preseason. Okay. And but but you know, coach, she started putting me in because he sees me, he's got our crime. My coach always Smith, and if he weather guys and he sees me as that v, his fifth receiver was going to be the special teams guy, and I so you know, I always say, you know what? You're always and play with passion. So I know that my role was to be that special teams guy. So I went for that special teams shot and I'll tell you why I did everything I could to do what I had to do to make the ice. I still can't believe how big herald is. Yeah. I mean to be playing when he played, he's still six, two, six, seven. I mean, I mean, he must have been, how do people cover him back then? Well, it's almost Pat Fischer. They always, you know, Pat fish was about three feet tall, but he got you got right up right up his ways. But what how, what here's here's what? Here's what made a difference, what Howard because then without and I became friends how start wiping guys out downfield into change this whole game. And then he just started his streak right. You know, we kept street going at that time. So when I took a lot of pride in the fact that I was I was there, I was hell Michaels guy and and I took a lot of the rep showing the week. So how'd was there for game day because held was he was our go to guy, and I took a lot of pride just being heralds guy and making sure he was arrested for the two of my doing scout team important snow. I know you're doing a lot of this stuff now. But when you were playing that year doing like appearances, was it a huge deal. The man of the people that that really was like that. Well, you know what? Pissed a lot of guys often pissed off on guys that were playing against and I'll never forget a couple of games guys. I just saw a national TV yesterday. I've been in this league for seven years. I never get one shot. You're in here from seven games and I see you and they're trying to take my head off and and it bothered me to the point with my teammates because every time I go into LA and I'd have Jimmy Murray and every met go to New York. And so I was lead this wrong and going teammates were a little jealous of it. And yeah, you know, they started writing me pretty hard, and then I went to the coach said, coach, I said, these guys ride me my teammates. He said, you know what? Screw them. Basically, he said they have improved anything yet. You prove you a lot more than them says. So just let it go and everything will be fine and it was. And then the next year, those same guys voted me captain of the team while. Read a lot of like appearance. Big deal there. I think I did every high school or every little league banquet under well for a hundred dollars. Rush you out there and kids running all over after my. My second year I would speak at every school for not a lot of money, but I was like to me was just extra money and it was money to get hit. Yeah, it was. Look at in the table, especially on the Sunday afternoon, and you look at the table and the kids run over the place and research five bottles of Budweiser on table. Is this going to be a fun crowd talked to all right. So how awesome was it for you that the eagles won the SuperBowl. I mean, he was won the Super Bowl. We were there. I was there with my son who's a who's a good friend of we're good friends at Doug Peterson. I've known for twenty years. So started there. Yeah. And we're very, we're very close with the family or kids grew up together and. So then we ought to do a lot of stuff together..
"pat fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The foundation of this nation's greatness we are the number one professional in the world is you know i'm with the president of the ohio state bar association his name is judge patrick fisher good guy you know pat fischer ida you'd like pat fischer sure he's on the on the supreme court and he's chairman of the high state bar good friend of mine he calls me and i talked to him about various issues but he says you know i spoke to the head of the ohio law school association and there's like twelve law schools in ohio best in the brightest juris doctor degree hard to get in got to be top thirty year class top ten percent of taking the l set he said you know what percentage of of law school graduates are practicing lawyers within three years after getting out of law school you know what the number is thirty percent forty five percent fifty five percent of graduates from ohio law schools with juris doctor degrees in debts from here to topeka kansas aren't lawyers let's hope they learn to have used the great discipline that comes with legal mind let's hope they use that for another profession so they they can apply this is the same thing told to me i've got a masters in city planning that gets you a lot so i took that planning and i said well how can i help make a difference in a world with a degree in city planning and they told us the same thing what's your left look to your right to the three of you won't be planners and five years i actually did it for five years and then i started selling term insurance and mutual funds evenings weekends and one day the my point is you gotta plan plan a learn how to think think learn how to think think think be supple and so you know today you can think as long as it's science look now you look at the ceo's ruin companies and is very clear they were analysts they were business consultants they were and they also had computer analytics and this now is the entry bar so if your kid has a college degree or is getting a college degree for which is you'll look around at the successful people you know you say oh well my kid doesn't know how to do like any of that i think now a masters degree is the new four year degree we mentioned talk about tariffs and get there but we'll do it again any other questions or comments tariffs back with we'll shoot each other and a foot hobble around and say we're having a why gotta talk daime at some point i have too many phone calls high your student loan high you went term insurance how do i stop that i want amy to tell me how to stop that we'll do it you can do that yeah we do what can you tell me real quickly how do i say the first thing i think get rid of a landline go get a cable line they got at least a little more protection i got this my cell phone everyone's got my cell phone in the world but if you got a cable there's actually a way to streams of those calls that's better than the do not call list so that's worthless i'm getting rid of my i'm finally going to get rid of my land i can't do it my mom tried my mom's in hospice he was the only one who called us at home everybody i never get calls at home that my buds the phone rings and i get to pick it up dad for me for me because it was for me it is fun would be ringing so look simply money advisors dot com we'll talk more happy to help you if you got a problem with education for your kids or retirement i thank you for nathan back right thank you.
"pat fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We're the foundation of this nation's greatness we are the number one profession in the world is you know i'm what the president of the ohio state bar association is name is judge patrick fisher good guy you know pat fischer ida you'd like pat fischer sure he's on the on the supreme court and he's chairman and the high state bar good friend of mine he calls me and i talked to him about various issues but he says you know i spoke to the head of the ohio law school association and there's like twelve law schools in ohio best and the brightest juris doctor degree hard to get in to be top thirty year class gabby top ten percent of taking the l set he said you know what percentage of low of law school graduates are practicing lawyers within three years after getting out of law well you know what the number is thirty percent forty five percent oh five percent of graduates from ohio law schools which jersey doctor degrees in debts from here to topeka kansas aren't lawyers let's hope they learned how to use the great discipline comes with legal mind let's hope they use that for another profession so they could they can apply this is the same thing told to me i've got a masters in city planning that gets you a lot all right so i took that planning and i said well how could i help make a difference in the world with a degree in city planning and they told us the same thing with your left to your right to the three of you won't be planners and five years i actually did it for five years and then i started selling term insurance and mutual funds evenings weekends and when the time my point is you gotta plan plan a learn how to think think learn how to think think think be supple and so today you can think as long as it's science look now you look at the ceo's ruin companies and it is very clear they were analyst they were business consultants they were and they also computer analytics and this now is the entry bar so if your kid has a college degree or is getting a college degree for which is you'll look around that the successful people you know you say oh well my kid doesn't know how to do like any of that i think now a masters degree is the new four year degree we mentioned talk about tariffs and get there but we'll do it again any other questions or comments tariffs background we'll shoot each other and a foot hobble around and say we're having a why gotta talk amy at some point i have too many phone calls high your student loan high you went term insurance how do i stop that i want aiming to tell me how to stop that we'll do it you can do that yeah we do can you tell me real quickly how do i say the first thing get rid of a landline go get a cable line they got at least a little more protection i got this my cellphone everyone's got my cell phone in the world but if you got a cable there's actually a way to screen some of those calls that's better than the do not call list so that's worthless i'm getting rid of my i'm finally going to get rid of my landline i can't do it my mom tried my mom's in hospice she was the only one who called us at home everybody i never get causing home that my care don't budge the phone rings and i get to pick it up dad for me for me because it was for me it is fun would be ringing so look simply money advisors dot com we'll talk more happy to help you if you got a problem with education for your kids or retirement i thank you for nathan macaroni thank you.
"pat fischer" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Pat francis when we first moved here when in that article about when he was in the the funniest person the valley contest they you know pat francis francis francis and then at the end it said but would also done so and so won so and pat fischer came in third you to the article you're right but then he was he's fisher he would chinnery to this day calls from fisher so to me i i love was what he gets it wrong and then you so to me he'll always be gordo now he's gordon all right so i met the lpga tournament on saturday afternoon if anybody's following along with the players while i was supposed to be by friend who i've not seen in thirty something years on saturday whatever's field he's job got in the way i'm not a hundred percent i know what happened but i don't know if i'm privy to talk about it did he tell you with enough time so that you didn't drive to baker plenty of time i was in san bernardino the day before even he said hey everything got fucked up here situation normal l folk scuba he is then was able to make alternate plans which meant that i did not have to go to the lbj on friday i got to go on saturday and as i've told you in the past lpga events are the least attended of all the gulf events the pga is number one then you've got the senior pj and then the is in third by a landslide like college ever go culture you know what i walked past one once and even i was like i'm good how's that even worked to a bunch of schools get together.