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"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Pittsburgh left tackle, Tony Matiz was to fifteen to twenty an all American player Lombardi wait about one hundred and seventy two and trying to block Matiz ER in blocking him fence received severe cuts inside his mouth to the extent that he played almost sixty minutes with a mouthful of blood. I think the point in that is that there's nothing that Lombardi has demanded of the Packers eight in demand. Full measure in his playing days. Nineteen seventy seventy graduates cum laude from Florida. He goes to law school Mary's and his foster find. Coaches at Saint Peter's high school in New Jersey and teaches Latin physics and chemistry. Nine hundred seventy returns to Fordham as an assistant coach in nineteen forty nine. He goes to West Point as an assistant to read Blake. Lombardy gave all the credit for his football success to army's red Blake and his time at West Point academy. Nineteen fifty four Lombardi became an assistant for the New York Giants but saw himself as a head coach. Four or five years Lombardi searches impatiently for a head coaching position. He's rejected for one reason or another. In February of nineteen Fifty-nine. He arrives in Green Bay head coach and general manager of a team that hasn't seen a winning season. Eleven disastrous years a team with no direction, no future. And no morale. Here's Paul horny. We knew from the outset that he was in.

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"red blake" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Tackle Tony Matiz e-. It was to fifteen to twenty an all American player Lombardi wait about one hundred and seventy two and trying to block Matiz in blocking him. Received severe cuts inside his mouth to the extent that he played almost sixty minutes with a mouth full of blood point in that is that there's nothing that Lombardi has demanded of the Packers eight in demand. Himself. Playing day. Nineteen seventy graduate cum laude from foreign. He goes to law school Mary's and his boss defined what he coaches at Saint says, he just high school in New Jersey and teaches Latin physics and chemistry nineteen forty seven. He returns to Fordham as an assistant coach nineteen forty nine. He goes to West Point as an assistant to read Blake. Bharti gave all the credit for football success to army's red Blake and his time at West Point academy. In nineteen fifty four Lombardi became an assistant to the New York Giants but saw himself as a head coach. Four or five years Lombardi searches impatiently for a head coaching position. He's rejected for one reason or another. In February of nineteen Fifty-nine. He arrives in Green Bay. Head coach and general manager of a team that hasn't seen a winning season. Eleven disastrous years a team with no direction, no future. And no morale. Here's Paul horny. We knew from the outset that he was in commander.

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"red blake" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I thought you were going somewhere cool with that. So we're just gonna stay with four. Yeah. Look bottom line ESPN is not in the business of sitting down and doubling their investment five years into a twelve year contract. Look at look at the contracts that are gonna come open for them just a bit on before this one ends NASCAR NFL Monday night football. Whatever NHL if they want to get back into that. They weren't cost certainly they don't want cost of. Makes sense. I understand the dollars. But I was just hoping for something like a Christmas miracle. Can we talk about the games a little bit? We yes, we can. Yes, we these are heading in opposite, college football is crazy. You never know. But points Breitweiser, not close matchup as far as what Vegas into folks analyzing these matchup looks like it's going to be for the semi-finals. Now, there hasn't been doesn't look like it's going to be much drama. But. I pick Oklahoma to win the whole thing. Now, that's another question. But I think in Clemson Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl team speed issue. I looked it up yesterday. Clemson is in the top four, Jim. In in gains from scrimmage of twenty thirty forty fifty and sixty plus yards in that category. Notre Dame, I think they top out at sixty nine. So that tells you a little something about team speed Ryan Kelly's talking about playing a couple of freshmen who haven't played that yet this year a couple of speech to receivers. So I think that's the situation there. I was at Oklahoma a week ago. They are absolutely confident that they can score on Alabama. Alabama's got a top ten defense once again. But I think this is going to be a shootout much like Georgia Oklahoma game what's last year? And I I I something in my gut tells me that they're going to get this done with Kyla Murray. I love his game. I love the office. And I said before I know how state fan I thought Oklahoma deserve to be the four this year. So I had no issues with us. Well, oklahoma. Does it it's tough for any defense to slow that down? How good is Trevor Lawrence at Clemson would a bold move first of all by coach Sweeney. Do a great player, obviously. But it's always hard to sit. You're starting quarterback and make that change early in the season. Well, it's turned out to be great. I mean half the time. It was okay. Kelly Bryant's leaving because Trevor Lawrence got the job starting job in game three or four. He's he turned out to be even though again, not a full four year starter a freshman all America quarterback. I think he's thrown two interceptions substance September twenty seconds something like that. And talk about it. He thinks they need to run it more. And I think that's interesting. They they do that's the thing. They gave up with Kelly. Bryant left scramble when the yards or they're not, you know, not many design runs, but I looked it up. He's got one hundred and forty four rushing yards. Certainly not many for quarterback, but ninety five of those are in the last four games. So if you want to see a plus one quarterback, I think you're gonna see a little of that. Notre Dame defense couple games of interest yesterday. First of all locally Wake Forest third year in a row that Wake Forest has won a bowl game under Dave Clawson, thirty seven. Thirty. Fortunately, finished with a winning record good Memphis team in the Birmingham bowl yesterday. But you'll Dave Clawson. I would say nationally as quietly done a really nice job with that deacons program. Dave Clawson, is one of the most respected coaches in the country, especially offensively they were down twenty eight to ten I think at one point in the first half and flip the switch and got over on on on. Memphis. Memphis at scored with one nineteen to go. Wake Forest comes right down at scores. Again, gets the game winner only seven and six and obviously Wake Forest isn't competing for a lot of five stars. But I I think this was a good matchup. Mike Norville is mentioned in every coaching. Search. It seems like and Dave cloth. Just doing a great job. Those bowling green coaches are telling you know. That's right. Coach's urban urban Meyer. We'll get to urban in a minute by army seventy fourteen over Houston as a Finnish out in the Lebanon to season. Finishes eleven to season. There are some mitigating circumstances here. Houston had lost quarterback for the season, Derek king and early November. But this was the fourth lost by double digits for major Applewhite since November. And they ended up eight and five this is not a good look for Houston their their school president said two years ago. Little Houston, a good a good season for us as tenant to nothing else is acceptable. Well, this was eight and five army rushed for five hundred thousand seven yards. They scored eight rushing touchdowns. And they weren't even trying. They were taking their pedal off the metal. It didn't even look like Houston with finding. They were missing yet Oliver the all American in the middle. But there's really no excuse for this and army. This is the best army team since I would say since the forties fifties or something like that since red Blake. This is the first back to back ten win season. They've had and remember the name Jeff marr and they're just hoping to hold onto him. At armies a great coach. Yeah. Obviously doing a terrific job there so urban Meyer. He's never does retirements. Well is teaching a character and leadership class being associate AD. I mean, what that was like two weeks after his retirement announcement is going on with urban urban Meyer says retirement just figure on it being the opposite can can the Jim tressel track before behind what's next. President. You know, we're we're all saying he's going to be a coach really soon. How about school president? But yeah, it's a little bit the, oh, the irony a leadership class of guest speaker Courtney Smith, I guess, I don't know. I don't think we'll see any any deleted messages out of his phone anytime soon, I think he's learned his lesson there. So it's you know, we've all been taken for a ride in this. It's not a retirement. This is something to do before coaches. Again, you will coach again Jim tressel open a Columbus area tattoo. Parlor, do you think? No, no, no. That's that's tattoo. I think I think it's over he's an Akron or young staff somewhere else. Yeah. Youngstown Dennis have a great Christmas week holiday week coming up, and we'll talk with you again. Next Sunday, Jim same view and everyone out there. Good luck. Thank you. Dennis dot from CBS sports mic. An Eugene coming up next talking Panthers. DB's facing Matt Ryan today my conversation with mardi hernia coming up.

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"red blake" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You can follow me on Twitter at jimbotalks. In this portion of the program. I thought we would talk a little bit about something which has become sort of an American institution, but one which in recent times has become an object of considerable attack. And namely, I am talking about football. Arguably at one point in the recent decades, it had a clips baseball as the national pastime. And yet now, of course, we have all kinds of questions about concussions and safety in general compounded, of course, by the dealing during the national anthem controversy in the National Football League. It got our guest stir. Word up enough to write a book first and forever. Making the case for the future of football. It's published by post hill press and written by the former president of the national football foundation and college hall of fame. Bob, Casio LA Bob, thanks for joining us tonight. Thank you. Absolutely. You obviously are a man who who loves the game that you play it. Yeah. I played it a long time ago. But I played it. In thoroughly changed my life. Yeah. And certainly I I put it this way. I it's a game. I have played at the most elemental level, certainly never even even a junior high or middle school team. But I I've just played it at backyards and cow pastures and the like, but of course, I've never played it against. Seven foot tall four hundred fifty pound defensive lineman who can run the forty yard dash in three and a half seconds. Now. I'll grant you that that's a that's a made up statistic. There is no such person today. Who knows what the football players of say, the your fifty might look like we're talking about behemoths playing this game so strong so fast. So big that you have to wonder if padding alone can protect MIR bone and muscle anymore. Good question. And it's you know, a lot has been said about it recently, and rightfully so but things are being done and people are paying more attention to the injury situation. And that is a there's some things we can discuss tonight that might be of interest, absolutely. First of all, I'm not even aware of the national football foundation is that some kind of of of of charitable organization. A national football foundation has been around for over sixty years. It originated with people like red Blake the famous coach at army at the time and some great wonderful people writers in New York and every year they bring in maybe. Half a dozen or so football players that they would honor for whatever they achieved that particular season. And eventually they created a college hall of fame, and that is where all these college players today. Go the the hall of fame is presently in Atlanta, it opened up a couple of years ago and anybody hasn't been there who's listening, and you get a chance to go through Atlanta take time, it's a very special place. But the college hall of fame has been around. It's a very wonderful organization. I had the privilege and pleasure of being the president of fourteen years, and what they do is every year they honor somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty national holidays scholar athletes from all over the country, and they bring in a new class college hall of fame players, and coaches, and they are other people who have contributed to the game. And it's just a great organization. Besides that it has over one hundred and twenty. Chapters throughout the country that do it on a local level chapters where they are high school kids high school players coaches and other administrators as scholar athletes, and it's just a game that recognizes the good in the game. And specially except those individuals and just advances everything that the game represents you, of course, touch on a term that has become a cruel joke for many people, the scholar athlete and first of all let me address all of those people out there. There are many many scholar athletes. Unfortunately, there are also more than a few examples of people who are the exact opposite of that people who do make that into kind of a of a cruel. Oxymoron, there's no doubt about the fact that at many schools, especially the so-called football factories that people will be kept eligible, whatever it takes. If you have to enroll them in basket, weaving courses. And hire tutors for the individual players that go far beyond the resources available to an actual student at a given school. They have their own dormitories their own trading tables. And I think for alumni in many cases to get all interested. Let's say in in such and such a player who was a student at good old enormous state. Just like I was well, they may be enrolled there, and they may wear the uniform with colors that you remember? But to call him a student just like you were would be a stretch your thoughts. I think that's true. And I think the criticisms level. There are valid and in some cases, but I think people are much more conscious of it now, and they're much more aware that and the fact is I think coaches today are getting a little bit more involved in reminding kids and recruiting kids that they want him to graduate. They wanted to come back and get their degree. I think that's a very important part. And it's happening. He's got to just take the time to give him. I'm not here to defend everybody. I realize there's shortcomings, but I think people have made of a criticism that people now are much more conscious of it. And I mean schools of it too. And we we have one thing that we have to deal with that is very big. And that is and you mentioned it earlier. The NFL has really captivated this country to a certain extent by the news. It gives by the by the enthusiasm generated by the publicity. It gets and, you know, kids grow up thinking that's their dream. Maybe it's the same dream the kid going to major league baseball. But what I'm trying to say is when you add up the number of kids that come out each year as seniors or eligible for the pro draft when it takes place. Around one a little over one percent of those kids make it. So there's a large percentage of people that have to go onto other things with their life. And that's why it's essential that they get a degree get an education. Absolutely just to to quote from the forward to the book, which by the way, there's a pretty distinguish cast of characters along with Bob cats Yola in the book first and forever forward is by Archie manning afterward by Bobby Bowden. That's football royalty. But. Just to quote from some of the remarks that were made by Archie manning as he was. Being. Presented. I guess this was the he was the twenty thousand sixteen recipient of the national football foundation gold medal award. Ford. They give. President's two coaches to Archie nine right? And of course, for those who don't happen to follow football that much the father of Peyton and Eli and a number of other Manning's, by the way, some of whom also played football. But yeah, the father of two. Imminently successful professional football quarterbacks. And of course, he was one himself here. Manning had this to say I understand that everything evolves. Even our game and like the changing seasons. Everything goes in cycles, including how young people celebrate how they want to dress different be different. But it's still a game of blocking tackling competing and getting up after you fallen down and doing it all over again that's called resilience. And no one can question the value of resilience and the ever changing world around us. I'm a bit old fashioned. But that's okay. I admire when opponents show respect for each other, including that well-deserved postgame handshake. I'm wondering your thoughts about football, the character builder because much said about that in the notion of teamwork. I think the thing that sets it apart from other sports, and this is not a criticism of other sports. But just the fact is just when you say. You've got eleven guys on offense eleven on defense. You have especially team. You have a kickoff team. You have a lot of participants involved in the game and for them to work together. Eventually to go out there and put on a show and hopefully be successful. Not always. But they are is team. And that's the concept that RT's referring to and most football players when they talk about their experiences in a game and go on in their lives. They come back to it. And if you read that book, you'll see that the majority of those guys will talk about the fact that they referred back hold on the keyword concept in their lives when things were a little bit tough. No matter what the situation he can't over exaggerate that the teamwork has to work. Condoleeza Rice, and we all know are very well. In two thousand fifteen was awarded the gold medal same award that Archie got in two thousand sixteen and people were wondering why it was Condoleeza Rice, the New York dinner, and you got fifteen hundred people from all over the country in the audience college hall of famers, and what have you and she got up, and she summed up I think the game as well as anybody I've ever heard he said, you won't believe this. But my daddy was a football coach he coached high school football in Alabama. And he used to say Condie. What is the left guard do when he pulls to the right? He's trap block and daddy. He's trapped blocking and why they have five defensive backs in there on his third long prevent daddy. That's a prevent and she said, she summed up the impact of football on the American culture. She said you watch teams made up of young men of all backgrounds. All races all ethnicities pulling together working together as teammates loving each other. Respecting each other. Is a reflection of the America's tyranny, and I think that's exactly what I mean. When I talk about the teamwork in football and the kind of game it is you need all those guys to make it successful. And I think that's what sets it apart and still does why people continue to play outstanding. And we'll continue our discussion here, but I wanna take a little change of pace. You're just a note one particular thing that may have impacted a lot of you. If you or a loved one get leg or foot cramps, you know, how painful and.

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"red blake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"You can follow me on Twitter at jimbotalks. In this portion of the program. I thought we would talk a little bit about something which has become sort of an American institution, but one which in recent times has become an object of considerable attack. And namely, I'm talking about football. Arguably at one point in the recent decade had a clips baseball as the national pastime, and you have now, of course, we have all kinds of questions about concussions and safety in general compounded, of course, by the kneeling during the national anthem controversy in the National Football League. It got our guest stirred up enough to write a book. I and. Forever. Making the case for the future of football. It's published by post hill press and written by the former president of the national football foundation and college hall of fame. Bob, Casio LA Bob, thanks for joining us tonight. Thank you. Absolutely. You obviously are a man who who loves the game. Did you play it? Yeah. I played it a long time ago. But I played it. In thoroughly changed my life. And and certainly I I put it this way. I it's a game. I have played at the most elemental level, certainly never even a even a junior high or middle school team. But I I've just played it at backyards and cow pastures and the like, but of course, I've never played it against. Seven foot tall four hundred fifty pound defensive lineman who can run the forty yard dash in three and a half seconds. Now. I'll grant you that that's a that's a made of statistic. There is no such person today. Who knows what the football players have saved the year. Twenty fifty might look like we're talking about behemoths playing this game so strong so fast. So big that you have to wonder if padding alone can protect MIR bone and muscle anymore. Good question. And it's you know, a lot has been said about it recently, and rightfully so but things are being done and people are paying more attention to the injury situation. And there's some things we can discuss the night that might be of interest, absolutely. First of all, I'm not even aware of the national football foundation is that some kind of of of of charitable organization. National football foundation has been around for over sixty years. It originated with people like red Blake the famous coach at army at the time and some great wonderful people writers in New York and every year. They bring in maybe. Half a dozen or so football players that they would honor for whatever they achieved that particular season. And eventually they created a college hall of fame, and that is where all these college players today. Go the the the hall of fame is presently in Atlanta it opened up a couple of years ago. And if anybody hasn't been there who's listening, and you get a chance to go through Atlanta, take the time, it's a very special place. But the college hall of fame has been around. It's a very wonderful organization. I had the privilege and pleasure of being the president of the fourteen years, and what they do is every year they honor somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty national college scholar athletes from all over the country, and they bring in a new class of college hall of fame players, and coaches, and they are other people who have contributed to the game. And it's just a great organization besides that it has over a hundred and twenty chapters throughout the. The country that do it on a local level chapters where they are high school kids high school players coaches and other administrators as scholar athletes, and it's just a game that recognizes the good in the game. And specially except those individuals and advances everything that the game represents you, of course, touch on a term that has become a cruel joke for many people, the scholar athlete and first of all let me address all of those people out there. There are many many scholar athletes. Unfortunately, there are also more than a few examples of people who are the exact opposite of that people who do make that into kind of a of a cruel Oxy moron. There's no doubt about the fact that at many schools, especially these so-called football factories that people will be kept eligible, whatever it takes. If you have to enroll them in basket weaving courses and higher. Tutors for the individual players that go far beyond the resources available to an actual student at a given school. They have their own dormitories their own training tables. And I think for alumni in many cases to get all interested. Let's say in in such and such a player who was a student at good old enormous state. Just like I was well, they may be enrolled there, and they may wear the uniform colors that you remember? But to call him a student just like you were would be a stretch your thoughts. I think that's true. And I think the criticisms level. There are valid and in some cases, but I think people are much more conscious now, and they're much more aware that and the fact is I think coaches today are getting a little bit more involved in reminding kids and recruiting kids that they want him to graduate. They wanted to come back and get their degree. I think that's a very important part. And it's happening. He's got to just take the time to give him. I'm not here to defend everybody. I realize there's shortcomings, but I think people have made enough of the of criticism that people now are much more conscious of it. And I mean schools of it too. And we we have one thing that we have to deal with that is very big. And that is and you mentioned it earlier. The NFL has really captivated this country to a certain extent by the news. It gives by the by the Suzie has amid generates by the publicity it gets, and, you know, kids grow up thinking that's their dream. Maybe it's the same dream the kid going to major league baseball. But what I'm trying to say is when you add up the number of kids that come out each year seniors or eligible for the pro draft when it takes place. Around one a little over one percent of those kids make it. So there's a large percentage of people that have to go onto other things with their life. And that's why it's essential that they get a degree get an education absolutely just to to quote from the forward to the book, which by the way, there's a pretty distinguished cast of characters along with Bob cats, the Ola in the book first and forever forward is by Archie manning afterward by Bobby Bowden. That's football royalty. But. Just to quote from some of the remarks that were made by Archie manning as he was being. Presented. I guess this was the he was the two thousand sixteen recipient of the national football foundation gold medal award. Presidents to coaches to Archie manning. Right. And of course, for those who don't have to follow football that much the father of Peyton and Eli and a number of other Manning's, by the way, some of whom also played football. But yeah, the father of two imminently successful professional football quarterbacks. And of course, he was one himself here. Manning had this to say I understand that everything evolves. Even our game and like the changing seasons. Everything goes in cycles, including how young people celebrate how they want to dress different be different. But it's still a game of blocking tackling competing and getting up after you've fallen down and doing it all over again that's called resilience. And no one can question the value of resilience in the ever changing world around us. I'm a bit old fashioned. But that's okay. I admire when opponent show respect for each other, including that well-deserved postgame handshake. I'm wondering your thoughts about football, the character builder because much is said about that. And the notion of teamwork. I think the thing that sets it apart from other sports, and this is not a criticism of other sports. But just the fact is just what you said team. Eleven guys on offense eleven on defense. You have a specially team. You have a kickoff team. You have a lot of participants involved in the game and for them to work together eventually to go out there and put on a show and hopefully be successful. Not always. But they are is team. And that's the concept that RT's referring to in most football players when they talk about their experiences in a game and go on in their lives. They come back to it. And if you read that book, you'll see that the majority of those guys will talk about the fact that they referred back hold on that keyword concept in their lives when things were a little bit tough. No matter what the situation he can't over exaggerate that the teamwork has to work. Condoleeza Rice, and we all know very well. In two thousand fifteen was awarded the gold medal award that Archie got in two thousand sixteen and people were wondering why it was Condoleeza Rice. They brought in a New York dinner. He got fifteen hundred people from all over the country in the audience college hall of famers, and what have you and she got up, and she summed up I think the game as well as anybody I've ever heard he said, you won't believe this. But my daddy was a football coach he coached high school football in Alabama. And he used to Sekondi what does the left guard do when he pulled to the right? He's trap block and daddy. He's trap block it and why they have five defensive backs in there on his third and long prevent daddy. That's prevent she said, she summed up the impact of football on the American culture. She said you watch teams made up of young men of all backgrounds. All related all races. All ethnicities pulling together working together as teammates loving each other. Respecting each other. Is a reflection of the Americas journey, and I think that's exactly what I mean. When I talk about the teamwork in football and the kind of game it is you need all those guys to make it successful. And I think that's what sets it apart and still does why people continue to play outstanding. And we'll continue our discussion here, but I'm gonna take a little change of pace. You're just a note one particular thing that may have impacted a lot of you. If you are a loved one get leg or foot cramps, you know, how painful and.

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"red blake" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on WJR 760

"WJR. Sixty four degrees. On Wall Street. The Dow is up thirty one I gave her WJR news more news at ten thirty. Or whenever news breaks. The Frank Beckmann show. News talk seven sixty WJR. Sitting in for Frank. Here's L L. I wanna. Frank Beckmann for lending us. This this LP from his personal collection pulled from his own, Victoria, Frank you, Frank. Thank you so much for being with us in spirit. My next guest is. I was going to introduce everything he's done. But then we're going to run over the Rush Limbaugh show, which comes up in two hours. So we're going to just dive right in with Pete dockings local boy grew up in Royal Oak had polio. And somehow ended up winning the Heisman Trophy for army back in nineteen fifty eight. And then that was just the beginning of a pretty stellar career general Dawkins. Thank you so much for joining us here on the Frank Beckmann show. Welcome welcome home, m Alex great to be here. I'm just delighted to have this opportunity and the link back again to to my roots in Michigan. Well, you you have such a impressive career in your compliments, they speak for themselves. But we're going to speak about them a little bit. So I hope you don't mind. But the reason why we're talking to you today of all days is because this Friday, you're going to be honored at Cranbrook football game. Mr. Dawkins, general retired Brigadier General is going to be at the football game on Friday where they are going to retire his jersey number nine thousand nine hundred. That's not the same jersey. You war back back. Then is it Pete? You mean the same piece of cloth? Yeah. No, this is more ceremonial right? I don't think. So I think it I think that one was probably the mob Scott to some time ago. Yeah. That was that was before all this fine work. We've done with polyester was that would that. Would you say that jersey was wall or canvas or Berlin? Jersey wall, man. Out hot. So so Tillerson was but it was the the the thing of the day. I remind people that I did wear a helmet, and it wasn't leather. So that it was it was, you know, it's very interesting. We we ran a split t I was running quarterback on the Cranbrook game. And we had the split t formation, which really was very helpful. Because when I went to army, we came out you may or may not recall with the formation called the lonesome end. Bill carpenter was one of the one of the really top receivers in the nation and cuddle red Blake who was our legendary coach came up with this idea of having him be split off thirty yards from the rest of the of of the field. And the idea was that if anyone tried to cover Bill man to man we throw the ball to him every single play for the entire game. And coach Blake was persuaded that nobody would be able to do that. So they had to cover him with a man and a half and that gave us a by geometry a half a man advantage. I'm the. On the line. What I have to say you had a very impressive career yourself there at at army. I'm going to read some numbers from your black knights career rush for eleven hundred and twenty three yards through sixteen passes seven for touchdowns. How do you like that? For a touchdown to pass ratio falls. Too bad. No, I Matthew Stafford would probably making a hundred million jillion dollars. If he was if he was dead. Efficient you caught twenty seven passes for seven hundred sixteen yards. That's that's pretty good yards. After the catch and scored one hundred and fifty eight points ended up winning the Heisman. And and that was just the beginning of your career when one hundred to to serve with distinction in uniform and and in business as well. And I guess in between there, I'm kind of cutting it short we forgot that your way Rhodes scholar at Oxford and also played on the rugby team for three years. So that's that's and then I then snuck in I think a master's in Princeton. PHD along the way too. So so what what do you do in your free time? I'm conclusively. And then I can't keep a job. I think that's probably the most. Emphatic point of all that. No, I I've I've been very fortunate, and and you know, just had a a a number of things that kind of pointed my way, and, but, but but the reason that this particular weekend is memorable for me. Really is because Cranbrook was the place that founded me, and and really turn my life around. I I was I was not a stellar scholar in junior high school. And. My mother who was a very dominant figure in our family, and she believed in in education, very deeply. And she decided that she had to get me into a good school system. I was going to run of Runamuck. And so he she picked out Cranbrook, and and just showed up and and said, she had her son. And she wanted him to come to Cranbrook and get a scholarship. And my grades were not ones that would warrant. Getting a scholarship to Cranbrook but Jeep just would not be. Deterred. And so she kept coming back and kept coming back and kind of the the story is that the way I got into Cranbrook was because it was easier to let me in that it was to put up with this woman who was badgering them all the time. I think married to a woman like that. They can be very very persuasive. My guest this morning is Pete dockings a graduate of Cranbrook highschool graduate of of of army. What do we call me West Point? Yes. Graduate a West Point nineteen fifty eight Heisman Trophy winner. Pete. I'm going to ask you to hold the line while we do a little business. We're gonna come back and talk about what Cranbrook meant to you. And how it sets you on the path for a career that to say, it's stellar would would be selling it short. So Pete just hold the line. We'll be right back. I'm Jeanette Schneider..

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"red blake" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on Championship Drive

"Let me let me say that when it comes to that bottom, Nebraska does go to a high, oh state in November. That could be that commission. By the way it doesn't get much worse than he fast food chain, making fun of you. A Wendy's tweeted out after the game might need a Scott frosty too ice down the beating. Nebraska is taking. So when Wendy's is mocking you, that could be rock bottom and whereas is based in Ohio so high. Oh, right. That's right. So let's go to the Ohio school up north Michigan. Ivan my conclusion, Michigan is alive and well and has a playoff contender, and we'll be Ohio states greatest challenger to the big ten title. And I'm not jumping to that conclusion. I think Ohio states greatest challenges this Saturday night in beaver stadium. Michigan's got to go to Columbus. They've got to go to east Lansing in the middle of the season the week after they play physical game against Wisconsin. In fact, Michigan's next four games, I think you know, at north western Maryland which is better than we thought Wisconsin at Michigan state. You know, that's a that's enough for anybody, and I'm still not completely sold on them. You know, as we've established Nebraska's not very good, so we really don't have any other, what's our other measuring stick of Michigan. It was at Notre Dame, so I'm not ready to go there just yet. You're making me slide off the mat and really slink away with that one after you put that one down ceelo this conclusion, the only way for Clemson to have a shot at beating. Alabama is to have Trevor Lawrence as their quarterback. Yes, because he gives them a chance to beat the elite teams in the fact that Trevor Lawrence is going to be the started going forward or is going to start this week. It doesn't have as much to do with what Kelly Bryant hasn't done. It's what Trevor Lawrence can-do for that offense, and they're going to be everybody left on their schedule with whoever plays quarterback. But once they get into the play off, you know, to beat Georgia. To beat in Alabama. You've got to have somebody that can strike down the field and Lawrence gives them that chance to do that. He can make every through. I was there for the first game. He made a couple of throws in that game that you sit straight up and you go, wow, I'm talking about thirty yards across the field. A lot of guys can't even see that route to make. You know now we can. He see it, but he can make it in talking to the l. dabble after the game. That's what he gives this offense. The beat in Alabama, the elite teams, teams of the league defenses. Yes, he's got to be the guy can't turn it over. But he certainly gives them that chance to do it. Whereas I think with Brian in there because we saw last year and that Clemson Alabama game Bama just smother them defensively, and they didn't have a lot of answers. And you. You alluded to it there. He will start this week. Clemson did announce about a half hour before we started recording this podcast that Trevor Lawrence will start for Clemson this week. He quarterbacks six drives against Georgia Tech led the five touchdowns including his four passing touchdowns and Davos. Weenie said before the season, if Trevor deserves to be the starter, we're all going to see it and we are all seeing it now. So we'll we'll see what happens is they continue to move forward with Trevor at quarterback. All right, Ivan final conclusion army is going to win the commander chiefs, trophy this year. Well, of course, I mean, after Saturday night, the way they played in Norman and the fact that they wanted to last year. So when was the last time army one, two in a row. I'm not sure, but, but I think red Blake was the coach. I mean, it's it's been forever. So. Yeah, I totally go that. And I'm looking now. They shared the trophy in the seventies in consecutive years. So that might be the last time they won two in a row, which is pretty remarkable. By the way, did either of you guys watched that game?.

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"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"This is lee habib with our american stories and we continue our conversation with david miranda's author of when pride still mattered a life of vince lombardi and we love to do deep dives on great books in the last twenty five years this is one of the best and about one of the great subjects and david people would never believe it but once upon a time new york city was a real college football power we had columbia and nyu and then there was fordham were young vince decided to go play football talk about the role of those fordham jesuits in the formation of vinci's character and life well i think that you can trace everything about lombardi's coaching philosophy back to the jesuits the keyword in my mind is the notion of freedom through discipline which i think explains lombardi better than anything else it is a what notion which is that only through through the hard work in repetition and commitment that comprises discipline can you eventually develop the freedom your life you know for the jesuits who is free will for lombardy if you transferred it to his football teams it was that what they learned they disciplined themselves to that hard work to understand what they were doing it slowed the game down for them and made them have a leg up on all of their opponents was the freedom that his hard work gave to his players it's so true i mean read again from the book all the detailed preparations resulted not in a massive confusing statistics and plans but in the opposite paring away the extraneous reducing and refining until all that was left was what was needed for that game against the team exactly your point there david yeah i think that along with the jesuits the other major philosophy that affected lombardi was from west point where he was an assistant coach under the great coach red blake who really had that seib philosophy of making things simple by being a good teacher it doesn't mean that things are are dubbed down for for the players but just that there's so much extraneous stuff that teachers put into something and they're the ability to to make it understandable to every player to simplify something it till it has more powerful sector something he also learned from red blake dean in fact you wrote quote in many ways the philosophy it was point was similar to the way of life that lombardi had learned earlier at fordham under the jesuits absolutely you know the perfect storm you know our leaders board or made i think there's a combination of the two but i think that that the making of vince lombardi with the ingredients he already had came from the jesuits in west point in a way that that made him unique now he's first job out of fordham is first coaching job was on a little hamlet in northern new jersey called inglewood i grew up not far from there and saint sicilia's high school i'm going to quote again from the book when he took the job at saints lombardi said later his frame of mind was that he wanted to be a teacher more than a coach and for some people who really know him and you did is you studied him that was true all the way through wasn't it oh totally yes he was he was a teacher coach everything that helped him with the green bay packers was refined i at little st cecelia's he taught a lot of different classes including chemistry it again he did what he tried to do is make it he wouldn't go on in the coursework tell every kid in the class understood it but he had that ability to make complicated things seem understandable comprehensible so that later would i got to the green bay packers birth star the quarterback spent what our fits the birdie and rushed to a telephone to call his wife to say that you'd never experienced anything like this and they were going to start winning because of the way that lombardi who was the line by the way could explain what it was like to be a quarterback this is extraordinarily we're gonna play the clip from bart star in one second but what's interesting in the party and we're just jumping ahead of the story will return back to saint sincerely is when when lombardi gets to green bay the team had been one in ten year before one in ten so he's now meeting the.

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"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Players he gives this pep talk and within an hour as you said here's bart star talking about that always remember our first meeting with him it was dynamite and i called my wife cherry and i said honey we're going to begin to win that's all i said to her honey honey we're going to began to win and his very first meeting you could see how well prepared he was and then how he approached what he was teaching at that session that day you could you could sense an outstanding teacher and builder that he was and that's exactly what we were he just brought us right up quickly it's extraordinary eight years he spent at saint cecilia doing just that eight years david that really matter didn't it a couple of ways one is the the that he was ready when he finally got his chance he you know he'd already developed the skills that were needed for for when he would he finally got his break exactly nother way all of that time eight years it states the cilliers and then and then several other assistant coaching jobs you know twenty years basically in the in the wilderness before he got his break all made it so that he had this enormous overriding will to succeed what he finally did get his chips west point is the next gig about this man read blake because we all need mentors in life and sometimes we're just lucky enough to stumble on one well blake was a superior football coach he had great organizational skills he also was a terrific teacher his motto was you have to pay the price which was sort of a continuation of the jesuit motto of freedom through discipline and the notion that you get out of life what you put into it yeah that was part of the learning tree for for insulin bharti and what's interesting is this is back in west point and this is again hard to believe was a national powerhouse in football championship teams yeah they when when the bharti got there they'd come through a couple of mazing seasons where they were the number one team in the country one of the other threads of my book however is the fallacy of the innocent past we're we're always longing for something golden in the past and tend to romanticize it for that reason there are many valid reasons to do that but you can't look look at it through rose colored glasses so during lombardi's time at west point there was a cheating scandal among among the football players you know human nature doesn't really change the culture around it does but but the temptations of life or are there you know in every generation at west point it was you know a cheating scandal that almost brought red blake to his knees they had an amazing recovery but it was a very difficult couple of years and there's an honor code there so in a place like west point it's even just it's worse than big state university cheating scandal right i mean yes it's sort of more discombobulating that those young men would would be involved in that there wasn't the first time and it wasn't the last time though that one of the academy's had a scandal like that it partly because of the pressures of the honor code you met and their young men in a very tough circumstances and that nothing changes there once seen in the book really stood out for me david it was of lombardy taking game from from the west point game i'm bringing it to new york city for portent graduate who lived in the walled office story was that greg title douglas macarthur who by that time was stacked from his reversal period is a is a jenner harvey general but still revered west pointed what's been the superintendent at west point he had read blake were very close it's a one of a assistant coach lombardi's assignments was to go down to new york and get the film developed and stop off at macarthur's kit house suite in the waldorf astoria hotel and show them the game films macarthur was always following in great detail starting lineups of the west of the irby football team their schedule their preseason drills he wanted to know everything about every player on that team at one time with them showing up game show during the seasons a real learning experience firm at a.

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"red blake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This is lee habib with our american stories and we continue our conversation david miranda's author of when pride still mattered a life of vince lombardi and we love to do deep dives on great books in the last twenty five years this is one of the best and about one of the great subjects and david people would never believe it but once upon a time new york city was a real college football power we had columbia and nyu and then there was fordham where young vince decided to go play football talk about the role of those fordham jesuits in the formation of vinci's character and life well i think that you can trace everything about lombardi's coaching philosophy back to the jesuits the keyword in my mind is the notion of freedom through discipline which i think explains lombardi better than anything else and is a jesuit notion which is that only through the hard work in repetition and commitment that comprises discipline can you eventually develop the freedom in your life you know for the jesuits who is free will for lombardy if you transferred it to his football teams it was that what they learned they disciplined themselves to that hard work to understand what they were doing it slowed the game down for them and made them have a leg up on all of their opponents and that was the freedom that his hard work gave to his players it's so true i'm going to read again from the book all the detailed preparations resulted not in a massive confusing statistics plans but in the opposite paring away the extraneous reducing and refining until all that was left was what was needed for that game against the team exactly your point there david yeah and i think that along with the jesuits the other major philosophy that affected lombardi was from west point where he was an assistant coach under the great coach red blake who really have that same philosophy of making things simple by being a good teacher it doesn't mean that things are are dubbed down for for the players but just that there's so much extraneous stuff that teachers put into something and they're the ability to to make it understandable to every player to simplify something it until it has more powerful sectors something he also learned from red blake dean in fact you wrote quote in many ways the philosophy it was point was similar to the way of life that lombardi had learned earlier at fordham under the jesuits absolutely you know a perfect storm you know our our leaders board or made i think there's a combination of the two but i think that that making of vince lombardi with the ingredients you already had came from the jesuits and in west point in a way that made him unique now we first job out of fordham its first coaching job was on the little hamlet in northern new jersey called englewood i grew up not far from there and saint sicilia's high school i'm going to quote again from the book when he took the job at saints lombardi said later his frame of mind was that he wanted to be a teacher more than a coach and for some people who really know him and you did is you studied them that was true all the way through wasn't it totally yes he was he was a teacher coach everything that helped him with the green bay packers was refined i at little saint cecilia he taught a lot of different classes including chemistry it again he did what he tried to do is make it he wouldn't go on in the coursework it till every kid in the class understood it but he had a that ability to make complicated things seem understandable comprehensible so that you know later would he i got to the green bay packers bart starr the quarterback spent what our since the birdie ian rush to a telephone to call his wife to say that he'd never experienced anything like this and they were going to start winning because of the way that lombardi who was alignment by the way could explain what it was like to be a quarterback you know this is extraordinarily we're gonna play the clip from bart star in one second but what's interesting in the party and we just jumping ahead of the story will return back to saint when when lombardi gets to green bay the team had been one in ten year before one in ten so he's now meeting the.

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"red blake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Players he gives this pep talk and within an hour as you said here's bart star talking about that i'll always remember our first meeting with him it was dynamite and i called my wife cherry and i said honey we're going to begin to win that's all i said to her honey we're going to begin to win very first meeting you could see how well prepared he was and then how he approached what he was teaching at that session that day you could you could sense an outstanding teacher and builder that he was and that's exactly what we were he just brought us right up quickly it's extraordinary eight years he spent at saint cecilia doing just that eight years david that really matter didn't it the couple of ways what is the the that he was ready when he finally got his chance he you know he'd already developed the skills that that were needed for for when he when he finally got his break nother way all of that time eight years it sates cilliers and then and then several other assistant coaching jobs you know twenty years basically in the in the wilderness before he got his break all made it so that he had this enormous overriding will to succeed when he finally did get his chips west point is the next gig talk about this man read blake because we all need mentors in life and sometimes we're just lucky enough to stumble on one well blake was a superior football coach he had great organizational skills he also was a terrific teacher his motto was you have to pay the price which was sort of a continuation of the jesuit motto of freedom through discipline and the notion that you get out of life what you put into it it was part of the learning tree for for insulin bharti and what's interesting is this is back when west point and again hard to believe was a national powerhouse in football championship teams yeah they when when the mardi got there they'd come through a couple of amazing seasons where they were the number one team in the country one of the other threads of my book however is the fallacy of the innocent past where you know we're always longing for something golden in the past and tend to romanticize it for that reason there are many valid reasons to do that but you can't look look at it through rose colored glasses so you know during lombardi's time at west point there was a cheating scandal among among the football players you know human nature doesn't really change the culture around it does but but the temptations of life or are there you know in every generation at west point it was you know a cheating scandal that almost brought red blake to his knees they had an amazing recovery but it was a very difficult couple of years and is an honor code there so in a place like west point it's even just it's worse than big state university cheating scandal right i mean yes it's it's sort of more discombobulating that those young men would would be involved in that wasn't the first time and it wasn't the last time though that one of the academy's had a scandal like that partly because of the pressures of the honor code you met and that they're young men in a very tough circumstance and that nothing changes there once seen in the book really stood out for me david it was of lombardy taking game foam from the west point game i'm bringing it to new york city important graduate who lived in the walled office story was that greg general douglas macarthur who by that time was stacked from his kutcher versale period is a is a gen army general but still revered west pointed what's been the superintendent at west point he had read blake we're very close it's a one of of assistant coach lombardi's assignments was to go down to new york and get the film developed and stop off at macarthur's house suite in the waldorf astoria hotel and show them the game shelled macarthur was always following in great detail.

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"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"But you can't look look at it through rose colored glasses so you know during lombardi's time at west point there was a cheating scandal among among the football players you know human nature doesn't really change the culture around it does but but the temptations of life or are there you know in every generation at west point it was you know a cheating scandal that almost brought red blake to his knees they had an amazing recovery but it was a very difficult couple of years and there's an honor code there so in a place like west point it's even just it's worse than big state university cheating scandal right i mean yes it's it's sort of more discombobulating that those young men would would be involved in that wasn't the first time and it wasn't the last time though that one of the academy's had a scandal like that and partly because of the pressures of the honor code and that they're young men in a very tough circumstances and that nothing changes there once seen in the book really stood out for me david it was of lombardy taking game from from the west point game i'm bringing it to new york city important graduate who lived in the waldorf astoria who was that grant was general douglas macarthur who by that time was stacked from his kutcher versale period is a is a general army general but still revered west point he'd what's been the superintendent at west point he had read blake were very close it's a one of of assistant coach lombardi's assignments was to go down to new york and get the film mhm developed and stop off at macarthur's house suite in the waldorf astoria hotel and show them the game films macarthur was always following in great detail starting lineups of the west of the rb football team their schedule their preseason drills he wanted to know everything about every player on that team and one of them so lombardi got to spend time with them showing him game show during the seasons a real learning experience for him at a minimum lombardia macarthur by the way both believed david in the.

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"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"From a fivetime nfl championship coach one i highly recommend you pick up pat thanks so much for joining us thank you late i could talk to you i hope you're doing well you bet and you know we've talked about coach wooden which was a whole lot of fun and i think this one might be fully fund pat a very different man with difference i'll but my goodness in the end how we made men better letlet's if we can talk from the start of insulin bharti digit didn't just fall into the packers job it was a long and let's just call it a strange journey tell us a bit about this man while he was from brooklyn or anywhere three played a footballing in high school and then went to fordham in new york and had a wonderful career really gives a player uh there wasn't really much you pro football around so he went into teaching in coaching at the high school level you know across the river in north jersey and had good success he was an excellent teacher by the way and coach football and dad coach basketball so he had a wide range of the foot teaching into coaching experiences then after world war two uh he had the opportunity is first opportunity to get into co a college coaching he became an assistant at his alma mater fordham university and spitting your two there and then got a big break uh by be hired by red blake who is the head football coach uh arbi in at once point and uh he had a good run dare in the meantime he was uh seeking out head coaching jobs he was getting up in years he was in his late thirties approaching forty and wanted to become a head coach and and nothing open for him he did some interviewing but never got that opportunity and then he got another big break with the new york giants a hired him his hometown team and hired him it does this as an assistant coach at the same time they hired tom landry so you can imagine easy he's too great young and and getting a little bit older assistant coaches were there that china had said good success they had a good run and finally finally lombardi got some interviews with nfl teams and at the age of forty five years of age the.

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"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"15 to 20 in all american player lombardi weight about a hundred and seventy two and in trying to block matiz er in blocking him sri received severe cuts in scientists miles to the extent that he played almost sixty miles with the mouth full of blood i think the point in that is that there's nothing that one party has demanded of the fact that he didn't demand of himself full measure in his own the playing the day thirtyseven graduate graduate comb laude from forty he goes the law school mary is in this forced to find would be coaches at saint secede is high school in new jersey and teaches latin physics and chemistry and 1940's seventy returns to fordham as an assistant coach in 1949 he goes to west point as an assistant to read blake bharti leave all the credit for his football success two armies red blake and his time at west point academy the linked to fifty fooled lombardi became an assistant for the new york giants but saw himself as a head coach paul four or five years lombardi searches impatiently for a head coaching position he's rejected for one reason or another in february of 1950 nine he arrives in green bay head coach and general manager of a team that hasn't seen the winning season forty levin disastrous she is a team with no direction no future and no morale years hoarding we knew from the outset that he was in command a take charge guy at a guy couldn't fool around with here's vince but income in a meeting with the players myself i wonder what their morale is going to be a one another going accept me i wasn't what i said the most are they're going to have to accept me i'm not worried about their morale worried about vessel bodies the alone lombardi resuscitate said this organiz depressed dying team forced feeds the packers with his will to work his demand for discipline his relentless drive to win by summers and the packers are lombardi here is jerry kramer grays of course every play of every game throughout the year and on thursday is the grades would be posted on the blackboard for every eye to see perhaps as the start of something instilling some pride in.

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"red blake" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Their advantage and for our country it starts the on the edge they are and marginalize these band if used to marginalize steep in get bear him out of politics if we can all agree with if if you want to agree with you completely out battery problems on and on the phone but crowd era i certainly got one and i do think it it will hurt here in la online are i think a lot of those things in the book although he have routed are with god but the and now no marpol but um i think here in a lot of ways um it is he has to say and here well i am a fix i i don't know that i it's it's tough to see the advantage you have from people if this guy and again i have read the book either tobin out next week i've i've read lengthy exerpts that were in uh the new york magazine and i've read the ire of red blake summaries of this and places like variety of red interviews that they did with his wolf character on it i'm not sure shortterm as it is too much upside the donald trump i i do agree to the point the to the extent that this marginalize is steve bannon who i think has been a cancer unamerican politics and certainly cancer and the republican party meet steve bannon was this guy this be traveling around the country with some rich people's money behind him trying to find fringe candidates you know some of these old light characters to run against me streams quote unquote establishment republicans and we saw what happened in in the alabama when the steve back can bannon back candidate roy more ran and lost the seat that republicans of held for forty five some year so the more you can marginalized steve bannon the better so if that's a good thing that comes out of its soviet big story number two is coming up what the heck is going on at mps and white it the superintendent thinks she could get away with what she did oh i know the answer.

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"red blake" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The book on ball have rather at five applicable but the end followed by um i think in a lot of ways um he if he used advantage here we'll i anything on the i i who i don't know that i it's it's tough to see the advantage you how from people if this guy and again i have read the book either it's coming up next week i've i've read lengthy exerpts that were in of the new york magazine and i've read the ire of red blake summaries of this and places like variety have read interviews that they did with his wolf character i mean i'm not sure shortterm either is too much upside the donald trump i i do agree to the point the to the extent that this marginalize is steve bannon who i think has been a cancer unamerican politics and certainly cancer and the republican party made steve bannon was this guy it's been traveling around the country with some rich people's money behind him trying to find fringe candidates you know some of these old light characters to run against mainstreams quotas what establishment republicans and you know we saw what happened in in the alabama where neil the steve back can bannon back candidate way more ran and lost the seat that republicans of held for forty five some year so the more you can marginalized steve bannon the better so if that's a good thing that comes out of it so be it big story number two is coming up what the heck is going on f mps and why did the superintendent thinks she could get away with what she did oh i know the.

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"red blake" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"red blake" Discussed on WJR 760

"In in chelsea we'd the best you got an excellent printer there and shared and books there in uh chelsea but uh this will be my six to book on the highest he football and of course all of the books have a lot to a lot of stories on the ohio state michigan series jeff said about you know his as his hometown is dead the lumber yard there to easter forming of the michigan theater tonight at eight o'clock and it's concern about how the fans will be and at jack when did you all start calling yourselves the ohio state what's that about i've been there many times warner i really don't know how it got started as far back is i in research i've done for my football books and everything going way back into the early years you look at documents to the all say the ohio valley university yeah with kinda maybe an official name candidate quite frankly it's found in a bid arrogant i'm not sure so good to have the ohio state university but it's always been there and i can't i i really don't know how it got started the tip maybe whoever named university we've baghdad bob that's what they came up with i can very quickly uh that we don't we call weird michigan another great black guys from ohio state but we're mighty michigan's host it'll be the quarterback at noon today john like i said obviously expect the as well this and the peter's tears in brandon in who's good starting air get who the good mind wore no you're you're now you're your guess is better than mine 'cause you're there it might be warned it might be but we're gonna find out a game time in a high state trend to find out to fame time to a u2 in one thing guy yeah there can be a record set today red blake back in the late nineteen forty since 50s won his first five games over the university of michigan there had been no coach in history do that until the last five years when urban myers done it should ohio state wendeday urban meyer will become the first coach in history to win these first six games against the michigan wolverines who game do you do you know john in the.

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