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The battle for Wisconsin

TIME's Top Stories

05:05 min | 1 d ago

The battle for Wisconsin

"Century. alphabetical order appeared to be immortal no longer could anyone at home in an alphabetic writing system remember a time when the automatic response to ordering had not been alphabetical. In fact, it often seems that the chaos and cacophony of the world could be tamed by the of position alone. Paul Outlet Eighteen, Sixty, eight to nineteen, forty four was a Belgian visionary who wanted to and believed he could categorize all the information in the world anything ever written a book everything ever known could be compressed. He believed into a card system one. Nugget of knowledge per index card, all filed in alphabetical order whence any information about anything anyone anywhere any time could be retrieved outlet began modestly in the eighteen ninety s creating a bibliography of sociological literature. He then spread his wings to found the International Institute of Bibliography in Brussels which drew on his many library catalogs and Bibliographies, as could be consulted to compile a summary and some he hoped of all libraries and all books, an inventory of all that has been written at all times in all languages and on all subjects outlet then established a subscription service that supplied his customers monthly with standardized cards filled with newly precise information. One hundred, he had three hundred full members and by the outbreak of the First World War another fifteen hundred people annually approaching the Institute for Information the Second World War saw Utopian Dreams Wayne to be replaced by pragmatism in Germany in nineteen forty the government ordered the seizure of any books from across occupied Europe that might contribute to the stock of the projected library of the Nazi who Shula or University of the third. Reich. But outlets universal bibliography comprising nearly fifteen million cards. After almost half a century of indexing and summarizing was spurned it is an impossible mess. It was reported back to headquarters and it is high time for this all to be cleared away. Nevertheless, there were elements that the Nazi's thought worth preserving the card catalogue might prove rather useful. This sounds harsh and must have been unbearable for the elderly outlet but in retrospect it is worth noting that it was the card catalogue, the engine of his system that was deemed worthy of preservation. For in the preceding half-century, alphabetical systems had spread everywhere even when the great medieval encyclopedias were aware of alphabetical order, they had frequently disdained it by contrast at the start of the twentieth century Nelson's Encyclopedia Nineteen O nine. Soon to be retitled, Nelson's perpetual loose-leaf Encyclopedia had leapt on Alphabet Ization as it savior in an attempt to find a solution to the bane of Encyclopedias of all eras that of becoming out of date Nelson's volumes consisted of pages of alphabetically ordered entries like any other modern encyclopedia. The difference was that those pages were not permanently bound into their covers as regular books were. But manufactured as a loose leaf system and held in place with pins in the binding that opened with a special key Nelson's was a modern book trumpeted the publisher's preface with a new and special emphasis on subjects which are of wide and active interest today namely, the sciences and technology as well as biographical essays on living people all of which needed regular updating each volume included our guarantee. No less than five hundred removable pages would be sent without further cost to each subscriber for at least three years after purchase as has now become unsurprising however, and despite their very product hinging on alphabet. and. It being its main selling point. This system itself was apparently invisible even to Nelson's the encyclopedia contained entry for alphabet covering the history of writing. But none for alphabet ization it might well be that alphabetical order even in a perpetually updated reference work had by nineteen o nine become invisible because it was so routine and so ordinary just as it had and that other beacon of alphabetical order the telephone directory or Phonebook Street guides and later post office directories precursors to foam books head appeared. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in many cities these publications listed the names, occupations and addresses of residents and businesses arranged in alphabetical order or occasionally in St Order that was itself organized alphabetically within districts even. So most of these early directories had included prominent and alphabet components. For instance, they were prefaced by registers of government officials magistrates, Alderman or other civic leaders or institutions almost all of whom were listed hierarchically or chronologically the first telephones were sold in pairs the owner of one of a pair. Able to communicate only with the owner of the other customers therefore had no need for directories in eighteen seventy, eight George Coy who had earlier worked for a Telegraph Company in Connecticut designed and built a switchboard where calls could be switched from one exchange to another vastly increasing the reach of anyone subscriber who was now no longer tied solely to a single exchange. These switchboards housed a series of Jack's one per subscriber one subscriber rang through to the exchange. The operator answered the caller asked for A. Fellow subscriber in the operator plugged the callers Jack into that linked to the requested subscriber. Koi signed up twenty one subscribers to his switchboard service. In his first year there was, of course, no need for numbers to be associated with each name. A subscriber would call the exchange nasty speak to another subscriber by name or occupation.

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More Colleges Shutting Down Due to COVID Outbreaks

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

More Colleges Shutting Down Due to COVID Outbreaks

"More colleges are shutting down because of covert outbreaks on campus and CBS's Jim Crow, Shula says a fraternity is paying the price for spreading the virus. Foreman University has suspended a fraternity for at least four years. After it hosted two parties that led to the spread of Corona virus. Administrators at the school in Greenville, South Carolina, say 60% of those who attended the parties at the Kappa Alpha frat house tested positive for covert 19. That was at least 29 students.

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NBA, WNBA, NHL and some MLB teams cancel games as athletes protest racial injustice

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

NBA, WNBA, NHL and some MLB teams cancel games as athletes protest racial injustice

"Toe protests over police brutality for a second night in a row. Some major league sports players say they won't play tonight. CBS is Jim Crow. Shula, Eh NBA play off Games have been halted for a second day as players take action over racial injustice. Some major league Baseball games have also been cancelled tonight. Several NFL NFL team's team's cancelled cancelled practices practices and and scrimmages scrimmages today, today, Los Los Angeles Angeles Charters Charters defensive defensive tackle tackle Davian Davian Square. Square. We We want want this this country country to to move move forward. forward. We We want want this this country country to respect and have have integrity. And so that happens, We ought to stand for something and we're going to use our platform. Members of the Hockey diversity Alliance have asked the NHL to postpone its playoff games tonight. Jim

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Can Barcelona Keep Messi?

ESPN FC

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Can Barcelona Keep Messi?

"Don You've been all over this on twitter calling it a poker move a bluff. So messy gets his wish then right Just, think seven shambles I mean I'm not quite sure actually what's going to happen in my heart of hearts I? Think Messi will end up staying at Balsa full million reasons all old hundreds of millions of reasons because who can actually afford him what's the scenario with these contracts do Balsa demand anywhere between two hundred, seven, hundred, Million County of free that will probably end up in the low colts, which again is ridiculous. Extremely Messy but I don't know if it's it's it's one of those Insa in you've I can afford them. I think to Rana's if messy seriously thinking about winning things and that's what he's allegedly. Being quoted as saying, it's a won't jump Zeke him in nine years is obviously not enough. So ruler probably China is probably got enough money wouldn't will not move. So there's only psg in Muncie to choose from. Now it's all full of predictions for the reasons. Shula inches said if messy is playing a and move on, he wants the president, the current president how false loan it's bringing a new president who will lead bring in potentially joppy who messy will obviously want to walk with WanNa Roll Kumon you know he's been their mantra days nothing is hasn't even stepped foot in the training ground jet is equal to be. Removed if you president and comes in in a short period of time, Chevy then comes in. So I've got no idea what's going to happen, but I'll tell you as a as a fan. It's all that the shambles, the marriage between. Messy on boss'll on the way potentially could be coming to an end or really exciting if you're a PSG or months it you find.

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Millennial Netherlands

Travel with Rick Steves

05:35 min | 5 months ago

Millennial Netherlands

"Hi, I'm Rick Steves one of the few things certain about this corona virus pandemic is that this crisis will pass sooner or later it'll pass, and we'll be back to normal. And when that day comes, all of us will eagerly turn our pent up. Travel Dreams into smooth and bursting with fun reality. Let's continue to share. Our travel dreams together on travel with Rick Steves. Today on travel with Rick Steves are virtual travels. Bring us a millennials. Take on enjoying yourself in the Netherlands. Also stroll the sights on a guided walk around Edinburgh. Get a taste of that passionate atmosphere and end Lucia and go searching for Venus in the hour ahead. The. Netherlands seem to specialize in festivals. Fun Ways for the millennial generation to celebrate life to learn how we travelers of all ages can get it on the fun. We're joined in our studio by tour guide sisters, Yoda and Ruby Van Angles Dwarf who both happened to be millennials, Yoda and Ruby thanks for being here. For having us. You're actually twins. Ruby and Yoda and It's one of you older. Yes, maybe one minute older them a one minute older so Yoda. How do you to differ in your temperaments? Well I'm always told that Ruby, Nice. One Which is true? I am a little bit more direct assistance. Dutch people are think I'm a little bit more. Outspoken where we very patients and lovingly, and yeah, so you complement each other we do I think. Together the Dutch are famous for being direct. Yes, we are yeah. This is so fun to think about generational differences, and so on in America and what we call a baby boomer and you got in America people in their twenties and thirties or generate millennials do the Dutch look at generations in certain ways like that? Also? Yes, exactly the same we have baby. boomers are parents are a baby, boomers, and yeah, we're millennials, so millennials people in their twenties and thirties, gen-x people in their forties, baby boomers people in their fifties and sixties, baby boomers, being the most interesting and fun, loving and entertaining. Okay so tell me about the characteristics of millennials. In the Netherlands. Well, it's probably very similar. we are we millennials. Because we got handed everything to us right. We always learned where you're growing up. Everything is possible everything you wanted to do and instead of creating people who are very secure. What they WANNA do were all very insecure, and we're very well like I'm going to do and like every ten years. We changed jobs and There's a lot of enterpreneurs so a lot of people who want to create their own little thing, but we're all sort of this known at were unhappy with everything because we can have everything we're unhappy. Little bit spoiled came easily old. Yes, and impatient. You want it now. Yes, and if you don't get it now, you'll go somewhere else. Yeah, we're own press. And we invented the burn out. Is! Still Alive and kicking. This is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Yoda angles store and her twin. WHO's one minute older? Ruby angles. Talking about millennials and when we think about having fun as tourists, we can learn a lot by having fun as millennials millennials love. It seems like in the Netherlands parties in vegetables. Yoda. What's what's an example of festival that a millennial looks forward to every year and Amsterdam? We Love, King's Day. That is one of our favorites. Once It's not we do not have as many festivals in Amsterdam anymore more dough, so I'm stem because such a busy city day try to take people away from Amsterdam, so if you want to experience the holidays like King, stay or Liberation Day It's better to go to one of the less bigger cities. Also. Just what what? What is it? You'd like to go to for one of these big. Go to Harlem, because the most I am from Harlem, so we always love Liberation Day that is in Harlem. It's known to have the biggest festival only ration- days that its fifth of May we got free from the Nazis and every year. We celebrate our freedom. It's just really fun with a lot of artists in music. Video of me. I remember the festival Yeah Amsterdam is getting so congested so touristy. I was there for a King's Day once and there's so many boats you could walk across the canal just from boat to boat. who was just solid votes in the canals, but people were certainly having a great time Ruby. Festival that you look forward to. What would it be every year? ooh I always look forward to the food festivals. There are many food festival also around to Amsterdam. And we have a shoeless that SURF SC fall in the neighborhood of Amsterdam where people go to, they have to take off their shoes and walk bare feet it. It's of course when festival Shula Festival. They have a lot of food everywhere. Fit of electro music seems okay. Let's me to one of these food festivals. Then okay. So, what kind of food would you be enjoying? You would be enjoying some Sushi macos, but also local foods like French fries. The real food festivals hundred stance. You can try a little bit of everything

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Legendary Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest

Bloomberg Opinion

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

Legendary Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest

"Legendary Miami dolphins coach don Shula was laid to rest on Friday a private funeral mass took place of Miami beach at St Joseph's Catholic Church and was followed by a private afternoon burial service the family says there will be a public memorial in the future once the corona virus pandemic has eased Shuler passed away Monday at the age of ninety he remains the winningest coach in National Football League history and was inducted into the NFL hall of fame in nineteen ninety

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Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

Bloomberg Law

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

"Legendary Miami dolphins coach don Shula was laid to rest on Friday a private funeral mass took place at Miami beach's Saint Joseph's Catholic Church and was followed by a private afternoon burial service the family says there will be a public memorial in the future once the corona virus pandemic has eased Shuler passed away Monday at the age of ninety he remains the winningest coach in National Football League history and was inducted into the NFL hall of fame in nineteen ninety

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Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

Todd Schnitt

00:13 sec | 6 months ago

Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

"Miami Miami dolphins dolphins coach coach don don Shula Shula was was laid laid to to rest rest today today at at a a private private service service the the family family says says there there will will be be a a public public memorial memorial in in the the future future once once the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic has has east east coach coach don don Shula Shula passed passed away away Monday Monday at at the the age age of of ninety

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Ohio Gov with sober comments about whether college football will return this Fall

The Sports Reporters

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Ohio Gov with sober comments about whether college football will return this Fall

"Governor. Dewine who I think pretty sure. Ohio has the Ohio State University in there said did he is simply not sure that there is going to be college football or that. It's going to start on time. And this segue into conversation that Paul Finebaum and I had about how fans are obviously the lifeblood of any sport ballparks being full of people obviously enhances the experience football stadiums in the NFL. Being full of people enhances the experience. But to me those full stadiums. Mitch the Big House or any place that we wanNA talk about okay. That experience is essential to what college football has especially become over the last decade? Or so and I don't even know how you can possibly be planning a college football season if you don't know that you're going to have students back on on campuses by the first September.

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Bill Belichick issues statement on passing of Don Shula

The Sports Reporters

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Bill Belichick issues statement on passing of Don Shula

"Legend in Football Coaching Don Shula Passed away a few days back. And he was a remarkable guy. The length of time that he spent the sport Certainly warrants his hall of fame status But what's been very interesting in the last twenty four hours or so is The relationship between him and Bill Belichick was frosty. Shall we say frosty And you could see that in the comments that Bill Belichick made Bob. I Dunno using your backyard. Yeah about that. It did not escape anyone's attention that Bill Belichick's tribute to Don Shula Awas on the surface completely Appropriate from one an icon to another Was carefully worded. And it's in so far as he the two key aspects of his tribute ahead to do what he called him one of the all. I'm quoting one of the. All Time. Coaching figures in an NFL history and he was any lauded him for his. He said he was quote the standard for consistency and leadership unquote.

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"shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

10:36 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Episode two this week of the side. Podcast is back Jenny. I'm connor or and we're coming to you Starting to show talking about the passing of a great. Nfl Legend Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula. Who passed away this week at the age of ninety the winningest head coach in? Nfl history. Jenny I want to bring you in right away on this because back in twenty thirteen for the Cuban sports illustrated you got to spend some time with Don Shula and just wrote a fantastic piece and I don't know what are your some of your recollections from that time and What what where did your mind go? I guess when you when you heard the unfortunate news this week yeah that was actually my first assignment for the QB Connor. I went to Miami and may twenty thirteen and the idea was to give a picture of what Don Shula's life was like in the twilight of his life and he and his wife. Marianne were so gracious. And kind you know. When he was a coach there was this he had this or of being such a hard ass right and he would you know he wasn't afraid to stand up for things or spar with the media tough on his players he was. He was tough as a player as well when he plays as a cornerback in the NFL once he broke his jaw and they went out for dinner that night and he figured I won't Order Steak. I'll just order ground beef. He didn't know that his jaw was broken but he something didn't feel right and then when he couldn't even to the ground beef he realized that he had broken his job but in the twilight of his life he was really a lot softer. I remember his son. Dave said his father was never one to listen to music but he'd catch him listening to songs in the car I asked what kind of music would listen to. And Son said songs of his era you know like the sound of music soundtrack which gives me a good laugh because I think we can all relate to ageing relatives in our lives But yeah he had had a health scare in twenty eleven. He had a blood clot. That broke out broke off of somewhere in his leg and shop through his circulatory system. And after that he was really physically diminished lost. A lot of his energy needed a scooter to get around. You probably saw him in the scooter. Any public event. He went to his final years of his life. He was always writing that motorized scooter but was really remarkable. Was His long term memory. As you often hear the short term memory goes but as long term memory was a sharp as ever so just sitting in a chair with him in this beautiful home. You could see the skyline of Miami across Biscayne Bay and just listening to him. Reminisce for four hours or so. It was pretty remarkable and they were just a couple of highlights. I went back and looked at the conversation because at the time seeing the physical condition that he was in. You didn't know if that might be your last interview or your last interaction. Right and he. He was really strong. You know he even after that scare in two twenty eleven you know he was he was strong too to keep going and you know keep interacting with us. Children and Grand Children. Great grandchildren former players. He loved all of them. So but yeah it was sad to hear of the passing ninety and so I look back at some highlights that conversation. I asked him what his favorite football play was. He said if I had to pick one play. I think my favorite play would be a simple hand off to a big bruising. Fullback by the name of Larry's Donka. He gave a green account of when they drafted Marino and they were surprised that he was still on the board that he slid to them. And one of their defensive coaches said no we need this defensive lineman. He didn't specify which one and Shula said. No we need Marino so took then and you know obviously the rest of his history from there. He talked a lot about one of the things that he's known for which is just winning with whatever he had so Marino's probably the best pure passer to ever play the game so when they had marina they passed but when they had bob greasy they ran the ball and if they pass eight or ten times in a game that was a lot and So hearing those memories was was pretty remarkable and then one of the last things we talked about was does he think he was the greatest coach of all time. And what's interesting about? Shula is he wouldn't directly answer the question but you could see the fire. Come through at certain points in our conversation like when the eighty five bears came up he really lit up said. Sometimes the eighty five bears get the nod as the best team of all time and he said the eighty five bears. I think they lost one game. That year didn't they force was to the dolphins. He's had thirty three thirty three points at halftime against that eighty five bear seen so very fiery and I think he really. I think the credit for those dolphins teams for the perfect team for being the winningest. Coach was important to him but later in his life I don't think it it defined him right. He often the little bit so he the way he answered the question was he kind of. He answered it without directly answering it. You know he said what I'm going to say is this when two teams play each other one team wins and one team loses the team. That wins is the better team at the end of the year. You have a record and if your record is good enough to get you into the playoffs and if you win the Super Bowl you are the best team that year over a period of time over your coaching career. If you win the most games you should be given credit for winning the most game so I said okay like is that a yes and he said. Is that how you decipher it? So it was. It was a memorable conversation and I. I really enjoyed it. I mean it was lucky that that was my first assignment for sports illustrated Mac. Ganja was the editor on that story. And really I also remember that experience for really taught me how to write an essay MAG story I mean he really gave me a a thorough at it and really sort of explain the difference between writing for newspapers and writing for a magazine style. So I remember that experience the for a lot of reasons and it was definitely a memorable one. I also saw this week something. I didn't know and Christine Brennan for USA. Today wrote about how he don Shula Women in the locker room before it was mandated by the NFL. He basically told his players. You will wear a robe in the locker room because men are coming in and women are coming in and they're both going to interview you and you're going to treat both of them with respect and he's she said one time she wrote in her column that he he came up behind her and kind of tap on the elbow and she was in the middle of an interview. So she's kind of annoyed then she turned around and realize that Shula and he was just checking to make sure everything was going. Ok that everything was professional and I thought that was really remarkable. Story actually wish. I knew that when I had interviewed him but it it really comes through because I was taking one of the things I really took. Note of was the respect in which he interacted with everybody around him at here. I was like I don't know in my late twenties winningest coach in the NFL. He doesn't know me. He could have been dismissive. He didn't have to be generous with this time. I was asking him about his health and this period of his life. Which certainly wasn't the most exciting period of his life right. No one likes to the effects of aging can be hard. I guess but he was so gracious with all the questions. And so yeah. I think that really was the picture that I got up and later in life and I'm glad to have had that experience you know what amazed me about Don Shula to as I heard that a lot of people about this week was the mental stamina and for anybody that does a hard chaotic job. Where there's a lot of mental highs and lows? It's incredible that he did for as well as he did for as long as he did. I mean there there are a lot of NFL coaches that burn out super quickly. You know And deal with that mental fatigue and exhaustion. And you know it's not just unique to coaches. That's anybody who has to use. Their brain overdrive You know in a creative way or or anything you know in a physical way in. It's incredible to me that he kept such an even Keel. He kept that drive alive for as long as he did. Yeah and it was interesting things that he wasn't satisfied necessarily with the way things ended right and when he was done coaching in Miami. He told his wife. I don't want any of the game plans. Just throw them away. I don't want them anywhere near me. And she saved them called them all away there in cabinets in his home except for the seventy two season. That is in a safe but so you know being there at his house. You could see the cabinets full of the game plans for the the winningest coach in. Nfl history is pretty remarkable. Also to see how things evolved over time you know hand-drawn to some with computer assistance and It's really a time capsule. The other thing that I remembered was that Marianne said they had a fortieth anniversary for the seventy two team so that would have been the year before I had visited. I think it was the fall of two thousand twelve and she said he talked about that for months ahead of time and was still talking about it for months after those players on that team were like his children and that was such a special memory for him so he didn't get to go to the fiftieth anniversary of the seventy two team. But you know he passes with that record. No other team is matched a perfect season. No other coaches as many wins. Pitas and think that's pretty remarkable especially given that we saw bell check went through in two thousand seven with that team and I still think that that is such an unbelievable mark. A bar for coach to reach. And you know what whatever you WanNa factor him into the discussion of the greatest head coach of all time. You know whether you prioritize super bowls or anything else. I think the lay fan has such a hard time understanding the mental gymnastics. That takes a coach to be able to get a team through a perfect season like that. Yeah the pressure that's on you the stress and there were so many good teams in the seventies. The steelers the raiders. That was not an easy era to win in. Yeah yeah very very cool that You know we got to be able to hear your recollections..

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Will Belichick overtake Shula for most NFL coaching wins?

Mut at Night

01:53 min | 6 months ago

Will Belichick overtake Shula for most NFL coaching wins?

"UP next we've got some stuff about don Shula so yesterday morning NFL coaching great don Shula passed away at the age of ninety this legendary head coach led the seventy to dolphins the only undefeated Super Bowl winning season in NFL history and he's the league's winningest head coach with three hundred forty seven victories it is thirty three years as a head coach yet thirty one winning season so this is gonna be a two parter wonder you swiping left or right on she was the greatest coach of all time and sue are you swiping left or right on bill Belichick passing should look for the all time wins record Belichick is currently at three oh four and he's sixty eight years old hello okay this is a tough one I I think in terms of numbers wise Hey it's easy to argue sure was a great devotee estamos Wednesday I mean that that's thirty one winning seasons is is absolutely astounding number I just I don't know if I could call the greatest out of there so many of the coaches that jump to mind Adela check is one of of course he still you know active lan parties name is on the damp trophy so I think that counts for something there's been so many great coaches to identify L. history so I'm going to hesitantly swipe left on calling sure the greatest of all time I think he's on mount Rushmore but I don't know if I would call him the greatest ever and as far as Bella check goes if bill Belichick wants to break the record I think bill Belichick will break the record I that'll come down to more of a desire how long does he want to coach you know sure coasted to a pretty late age so if Belichick is able to coach to that age that's similar age range I think he does it because bill Belichick is is an astounding head coach I do think he is also a conversation for greatest coach ever so I do I'm a swipe right on a double check the bench we breaking that record the celebration is gonna stop because it's gonna be monotone as they all get out he might not even crack a smile but I do think he's going to get us on the swipe right on

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"shula" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:12 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"At the age of nine don Shula started his NFL career as a player drafted by the Cleveland Browns as a defensive back in nineteen fifty one after seven seasons playing pro he signed as an assistant coach at the university of Virginia Shula proved himself at the college level and caught the attention of the Baltimore colts front office who made him the youngest head coach at thirty three years old when you come into a situation like he came in to where he didn't draft hardly any of the people I mean he stepped in with the team that was there in nineteen seventy after seven seasons in seventy one wins with the colts Shula joined the Miami Dolphins where he would leave his biggest mark mercy on us we weren't even allow water in the field everything we do is for a reason in Miami Shuler led the dolphins to two hundred seventy six wins including the NFL's only undefeated season in nineteen seventy two capped off with a victory in Super Bowl seven he would go to thirty third in the last season in nineteen ninety five retiring with numerous records as a coach including most all time wins most games coached and most consecutive seasons coached all these accolades earned Shula a spot in the pro football hall of fame I want to count my blessings I've been able to do something for a lifetime that I've enjoyed doing we remember the NFL's winningest coach don Shula the following is an exclusive presentation of extra sports thirteen hundred differs is created in southern Colorado it's time live in local sports talk show he's basically irresistible to people for the same reason you can pretty much only worked at a carnival is a proof for this proof of self to himself he has no shame it's called here's your host Ryan Kaufman our number three on the status of it drive time sports glad to have you along for.

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"shula" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on Get Up!

"Waited all morning long to show you this. A short training clip of Mike Tyson that went viral according to trainer Rafael Cordero. Who was catching the former champs punches the iconic heavyweights still has some fight left in them. He's fifty three. Cordeiro believes that within six months pricing could make a successful comeback as a boxer. I take about ten minutes away. And here's Max Kellerman. I'm trying to read the rise smile on your face here Max and they can't do it. What do you think of the potential of a comeback from Mike Tyson? Not a real comeback against top heavyweights. That that's not going to happen For a bunch of reasons number one Mike is fifty three years old. Yes he's still fast and he hits hard but not nearly as fast or hard hitting as he was when he was a young man and the reason. It's hard to tell us because at that level it's still looks fast and powerful compared to most everybody else in the world which is true but not compared to the top heavyweights who are now thirty and forty pounds bigger than Mike Tyson. For fifteen years ago Greenie Mike Tyson lost to Kevin McBride WHO WENT ON TO LOSE. Mcbride lost six of his next eight fights because he started fighting better competition once he beat Tyson six of his next state but and Tyson was coming off a loss when he lost McBride. That was fifteen years ago. So the way this never went Jim Palmer wanted to make a comeback and it was like Jim. You didn't retire because chose your retire because you couldn't get guys out anymore like it used to. Especially so why all these years later. You think you're gonNA come back because you cancel the fastball. The Same Way. That's kind of situation is but to Mike Tyson's great credit and you have to measure people by the distance traveled from where Mike Tyson started gay ups and downs in his career. But what a Second Act Mike. Tyson is having as a human being. It's amazing I never thought he'd be alive this long. I'm so glad he is and what he's talking about is a charity like a like a charity match exhibition to raise money for people who need it. That's what he's talking about now. George Foreman started his comeback the same way and wound up fighting for the heavyweight championship of the world. And if Mike Tyson were to do something like that it would be even more fantastical than amazing then if then what foreman did I really. Don't think that's what this is about. Tyson is got he does. He's he's an athlete. He wants to get his body moving he wants to. He wants to raise money for tips to help people and get back in the ring and and show get people to show. I think his head is in the right place about that. And maybe that's the point I was going to make. Maybe his head is in such a different place than it was fifteen years ago. That the Mike Tyson that we saw then and you would know this far better than I but it wasn't working as hard as could and wasn't the best he could possibly be and maybe fifteen years later he would be now. I've stood next to him and I stood next to Tyson fury. And let me tell you. There are very few similarities Tyson. Furious got to be a foot taller than Mike. Tyson is but if he'd put up absolutely everything he had into what you're telling me. He couldn't hang with any of the better fighters.

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"shula" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:00 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on Get Up!

"As we all rise in China together this morning on get up and we've been looking at some videos here. I want to show you this. One guys former independently baseball player cory willing took his four year. Old Son ash out for some batting practice. Look at that. Look at Dad's reaction when that ball goes over the fence. Apparently that's his son ash hitting his first ever. Homerun look at his dad's reaction do think he's four years old. That's incredible I mean jumping around like that too as outstanding. I'll tell you what guys if I as a parent of teenagers I get halting I roll for my thirteen year old is. It's not exactly the direction I was hoping you would take that speaks volumes about you and I like it a lot anyway. That's a great great moments sports all over the place today and we'll find him every way we can for him and we're delighted grateful that you've chosen to get up with us this morning and we're going to be busy here. We go it. It's time to trevor. Lawrence was more at stake than anyone in history says will not be the number one pick in the draft will explain with it just a moment and for the first or feels like forever. I'm about to show you actual highlights of an actual game played and I can promise you it is going to be glorious. Name Hotel Beckham as a prediction for the coming season. And if he's right it could change everything all that more as we get up together on. Espn and as we get up and go this morning. We're going to do it with something. We've been waiting two months to see. And that is live sports South Korea. The Korea Baseball Organization is open for business and play there on the field. There were few people in the stands. Some players. Not all wore masks. All the UMPIRES did wear masks the first pitch in the game between the giants and the KT whiz with thrown out if you will by this child in ways Zora ball which eliminates contractors. You can see with any player. So that's how they handled that lots of social distancing changes there. We wanted to show you this to give you a sense of. Just what some of the creative ways things are being done are now the K B. O is known for epic backflips. And we certainly saw at least a handful of those. There's a good one right there. We'll see what the major leaguers think of that and I can tell you that American. Dan Strangely started for the giants went. Five and two thirds gave up two runs on three hits struck out four. He will join us in just a few minutes to talk about the experience. Live here on. Get up as baseball is back. Meanwhile here it's never too early to start looking ahead to the 2021. Nfl draft and Mel Kiper is doing his released his first big board for next year. This morning no surprise. He has Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence coming in at number one. The Lawrence is not the only quarterback right up near the top Ohio states justin fields. As you see there is at number three and this season figures to be a fascinating race between those two for the top spot in the draft in the top spot amongst the quarterbacks and I want to bring mail in here Mela.

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Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

"NFL commissioner Roger Goodell calls don Shula remarkable teacher and mentor and he will be remembered as one of the greatest coach is a contributor to the history of our game Shula passed away yesterday at the age of ninety all hall of Famer the coach of the only perfect season in NFL history of the dolphins a two part time Super Bowl champ and the winningest coach in NFL history brand Heller WCBS eight eighty

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"shula" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

04:13 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on The Phinsider

"Because this isn't something that you do one podcast on it goes away. This is something for years. I wanted to keep these stories going these memories going because it is so important not to the story football but two years the story of life the one perfect person was Don Shula at. I think that's really the thing that that we can really celebrate today. Yes three hundred forty seven wins and it again. We talked about that Photoshop earlier too. I made a joke. You Know Don Shula Patch. The dolphins have to do something this year to honor the greatest coach. Here's a quote from Bryant floors. The Miami Dolphins head coach stone cold floors said. Donyell is a legend who had an incredible impact on the game of football. He was an innovator who competed for championships. Over several errors of football my conversations with him about team building revolved around toughness. Intelligence disciplined coach shows teams. Were all of those things and more. You don't WanNa just list. The players talk to and just said his impact went far beyond games one and championships. My faults appears out to him and his family and again everyone has nothing but the greatest things to say about Don. Shula terrible thing. That happened honor. The ninety years of three hundred and forty seven wins. The two super bowls the undefeated season. He is the perfect coach. He did everything the right way. You know. He took a jab at Bill Belichick A couple years back in you know he did do things the right way. He was a tough hard. Ask just got the best out of his players developed talent and there will never be coach like Don Shula May Fourth Twenty twenty recipes. Don Shalala you will be missed but we continue to celebrate the high standard. You brought to the Miami Dolphins that made so many different people fans until next time. Finsider radio the Jason Josh. Show most importantly fins up recipes. Don Shula you are the greatest head coach of all time radio the insider DOT COM and the SP should network Miami. The ball where we're on the ground we're always in control. And when you think Miami your book go hope. Miami has been horrendous from the goal ever attain on the ground. When you say you're talking any Jello long I'll just take off off every Wednesday on fish. Dr Join Me. Eric goes for full report on the Miami Barlett single a affiliate the Clinton lumber kings on April with Eric. We sit down each week with the different prospect that is part of the violence rebuild and discussed the development of players trends and performances of Miami's Midwest League affiliate listen to a ball with Eric goes every Wednesday on fish strikes..

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"shula" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

13:07 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Good Morning boomer. How are you? Go tweeted out a photo of four guys. Why thank are the pillars of the NFL? The Mount Rushmore. If you will in the way I phrase my tweet yesterday was Mount. Rushmore is now complete for the NFL as Don. Shula joins three other men who I believe are the foundational guys of the NFL. Wellington Mera Paul Brown. George Halas now Don Shula Don show obviously the winningest coach in Super Bowls. And just the way. He carries himself in the way that I think people felt about them. You know we all After Games when I would play those guys for one of the first people I'd go and run up to and shake hands with was was don. Shula I just. I always wanted to shake his hand. I mean this. This guy was a living legend up until the day he died and he always carried himself that way and I know jet fans probably feel like. Oh man this beat our ask so much. It's just this is just it's sad but it's also a reminder of just how good he was as a coach and I remember working with Dan Marino all these years at CBS and him just telling me the great stories about the kind of coach he was and what he was like the play for. And I'm sure how I talked to Dan yesterday via text and I know how sad he was because it was almost like a dad to him. That's that's the relationship that they had and then when don laughed and Jimmy Johnson came in there was so much friction between Dan and Jimmy and it was just it just never felt right and I also believe and I can't speak for damn but I also believe that one of the reasons why Dan couldn't put on another team uniform was because of his love for Don Shula so yesterday was it was a little bit of a sad kind of way to start the day. I guess after we got off the radio but I just started to think about the times playing against him the time being in areas where we were both giving speeches so I got a chance to meet him and talk to him quite a bit over the years and then obviously doing their games for Monday night and and seeing him on the sideline and his golf carton always saying he's always really kind to me. You know I played for Sunday. David didn't go great in Cincinnati. Four year he could've probably held some of that against me but I never felt that way at all when I when I talked to Him. In later years he was knowing hall of fame coach and notable was a player too by the way out of Ohio. He is really a hall of fame. Human being and that's why you're seeing such an outpouring of warmth and all the great things that are being said by about him and we always think these days that bill. Belichick is the pillar of head. Coaching and despite some of the black marks on the resume. But he's the guy that everybody points to is the best coach and still to this day. Bill Belichick is chasing Don Shula not just with winds. But of course the perfect season that he wasn't able to complete back in two thousand and seven just shows you. I understand it bill. Belichick has got all the super bowls. And that's really what counts for him but you know there's certain things that Don Shula's still holding onto that may never be caught. I mean that's how the longevity the success that he had of course the perfect season in seventy to all the success they had despite not winning a super bowl with Dan Marino. Of course is early success jumping into the NFL with the Baltimore Colts and just immediately at the age of thirty three being boy. Genius Ballot Sean. Right exactly it's just. It's just amazing to continue to go and go and go. And it's it's it's a spectacular life. I mean he posts life a pitch man during his career after his career built. Shula's steak houses up a humongous family. He's just revered by everybody. There's not a thing you can point to in his career. We say well he could have done this differently. That differently short. Did they win the Super Bowl with Dan Marino? No but this guy was the ultimate man of integrity. And that's actually. What when he was asked just a few years ago. What do you want to be remembered for the first thing out of his mouth was I won the right way? That's how important integrity was to him. So this as you mentioned. There's just certain guys that when the story of the. Nfl is written at any point either today or ten years ago. Ten years from now fifty years from now you know Don Shula's name is prominently mentioned throughout the history of the League with all the success that he had and the type of man that he was. Yeah you know you talk about integrity back in two thousand fifteen. There was a story that was told them the South Florida Sun Sentinel and it goes and talks about the nineteen seventy-three Miami Dolphins. So why are they important? While after nine hundred seventy two they were seventeen and a super bowl and the only undefeated team. Well they enter a locker room and they're getting ready to play the Oakland raiders and it was two hours before kickoff and upon changing into the uniforms. They found an Oakland raiders playbook and it was discovered and it had everything in it. You know complete with audible calls. All coach has to do is look at that thing and man. Decipher that thing. And let's go. We're going to kick their ass. And there are a lot of coaches that would actually use that playbook the playbook was delivered. Don Shula the story goes he immediately. Drop it in the trash can. And after their eighteen game win streak was stopped. That day in Oakland Assistant Coach Monte Clark half-jokingly asked Don sure about throwing away the playbook his response to that was will win the right way and that was it. I mean I think that just speaks to who he is like. I said you know just knowing the relationship that my buddy Dan Marino has with assure family and with don in particular man. I was just thinking about all the memories that those guys made and I was looking at some of the twitter feeds because Dan put out a really beautiful tweet. Now is reading some of the people that were writing back the dam. And how you know. All the Dolphin fans are like you know the reason we're dolphin fans because of you. And Don Shula sure and of course Bob Greasy to you know at the seven seventeen and but you know Dan revolutionize the passing game in the NFL or anybody says and I still go back to his eighty four season as the greatest single season. Any quarterback has ever had given the rules that he was playing under and the fact that he threw for over four thousand yards and fifty touchdowns or forty eight touchdowns. Whatever it was. Just I just you know I. It was a really. I don't know I can't explain to you know if you're a football fan and you love the NFL and you'll love everything about the NFL. And then you think about certain guys who have been here forever feels like and were there seems like from the beginning you realize that this is one of those guys. This is one of those foundation guys that every NFL fan every. I don't know any NFL. That would dislike him. That's thanks yeah. There's just these when you lost on. It was the ultimate and respect. There was not one of those. I can't believe I lost to this guy because of the way that he coached and the type of guy that he was. I'm sure that it was frustrating. For a lot of those teams Especially at the height in the seventies of the dolphins and there was really two waves because the dolphins are one of those franchises that there are fans as we know as we work with two of them right off the top of my head thinking about. He's Zaeri John. Jastremski that that kind of tells you the two waves of how dolphin fan sort of came from everywhere one was the success in the seventies when the NFL burst on television. All right around the merger. You know sixty nine seventy and teams. That were winning around. Then everybody flocked to the TV and watched and of course the dolphins that was one way that got fans from everywhere. And of course Dan Marino was the second way. But you know Miami has sports town back when he got that job. There wasn't anything going on there. I think there were a four year old franchise somewhere around there. Three or four year old franchise when he got the job. There wasn't a damn thing to root for Miami and he created an organization there that is now one of the most revered in the NFL. So I mean that's an accomplishment unto itself well and you think about what happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty three in how Dan Marino fell to them. There could be a better situation for both. Dan was disappointed for falling that year. At I know there are a lot of teams. That were disappointed that they didn't take and they passed over in him in the draft. But like I say much like Patrick mahomes going to going to Andy Reid in Kansas City. I don't know if there was a more perfect fit for Dan Marino and the NFL than the Miami Dolphins the Aqua Jerseys and don show standing on sideline is there a better fit in the NFL. That oh no. I mean you think about Miami as town having a superstar quarterback anytime that there's a superstar athlete in a place like Miami or L. A. Or New York. I mean it just elevates that particular person but you know Dan being a western Pennsylvania guy couldn't have acclimated himself any better to Miami to become the sports hero of sports. Heroes Down there so yeah I mean that's just it's it's a it's a huge part of NFL history and it really is and it stuff. That's not going away. I mean you know bell could catch Don Shula at some point he could but I mean Don Shula legacy is one that is intact forever. As long as they're playing football it is forever he's one of the unforgotten ones and unfortunately for Bella check. You know he's going to be tainted with all these different little spy. Gay Things and your other stuff. And that's that's not going to be the case for coach. Shula I just read you about the integrity aspect of it so we lost an absolute. I mean pillar of the NFL guy. Like I said a Mount Rushmore guy the NFL in my eyes. Anyway I mean there are other great people in the NFL that helped create it and do a lot of different things and have left a legacy as well. But you know for me the four that that I put out there yesterday my four you know and people can argue all they want you know I I was getting some blowback from it but I was like you know guys you can have your four. I'll have my four four for the reasons that I feel are important as to why the NFL is the way it is today. You know and and that brings us up to where we are. Come Thursday night they can do a three hour span I know on the on the scheduling which I love and now they're not going to be any more international games this year. I love that as well. And there's a lot of interesting things that are going on behind the scenes that I wish people had a better understanding of what what is truly happening here. So they're going to announce the schedule they have no idea the individual clubs as as as up to yesterday at some point that changes between a conversation. I had yesterday to with two different people about the ticket situation for these teams. They don't know what they don't know. What the cell they don't know who to sell to. They don't know how many people are going to have allowed in the stadium. They don't know how they're going to get into the stadium. They don't know where they're going to sit. I know the Miami. Dolphins supposedly came out with a plan yesterday. But if you're in you know ticket sales or you're in you're holding onto the PSL's for the giants and the jets from one. Metlife stadium opened. Who knows who's going to be allowed to go to these games and it really. I'm telling you it puts the teams in a really weird spot and conversations. Guy Said you know what it's like. The League office is the president of the United States and the federal government. They're gonNa do what they do whether whether anybody likes her or not. And they're gonNA run the draft they're gonNA THEY'RE GONNA announce the schedule. They're going to keep everybody out of all their facilities. Everybody can go back into their facilities. But then when it comes down to the nitty gritty the nuts and bolts of what each individual team is dealing with in their own state and what it requires to run a game in a particular state. So if you're the jets and the giants you're dealing with New Jersey. The State of New Jersey. All the unions that are around metlife stadium and all that other stuff and those people have to be paid and there has to be a certain amount of money that is sold via tickets to make sure everything gets paid everything gets covered so the players get paid so the people who work for the jets get paid so the people who run. Metlife stadium get paid. There's there's a big portion of that that comes from the local ticket sales now if you're in Dallas you don't. You're not dealing with the same set of circumstances on the ground within your own stadium because of the laws there and because of the way things are done there and there's an inequity if you ask me and I always say this there's still an inequity in the league because there are certain teams that play no tax states employers would much rather play in those states unless of course they get a lot more money somewhere else and they think they have a better opportunity.

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Don Shula: Miami Dolphins Super Bowl-winning head coach dies, aged 90

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

02:31 min | 6 months ago

Don Shula: Miami Dolphins Super Bowl-winning head coach dies, aged 90

"This the great don Shula who I met a couple of times in my career in sports has has died at ninety years old hall of fame coach Miami Dolphins known for the nineteen seventy to dolphins who were perfect seventeen and only team to do that as a coach she had three hundred and forty seven wins he was Sir respected by so many people and have some great quotes that I remember off the top of my head including success is not forever and failure isn't fatal and then this was good he said you know it's only fifty miles from Grand River to canton but it took me sixty seven years to travel that distance because of course he was talking about getting in the hall of fame and a lot of people reacted to the passing of don Shula because he was as I said very much a character very well loved and certainly one of the big contributors to the game ed and he made an impact on a lot of of people he wants to one party trophies with the dolphins he coached the dolphins to back to back titles in the early seventies he spent a couple of seasons in the NFL as a player for the Cleveland Browns the Baltimore colts the Redskins he was also the head coach of the colts but he's known for being the quarter century coach of the dolphins yeah and just all kinds of records especially that three hundred and forty seven career wins and that's pretty top in the NFL you join the three hundred club and guess who else is in the three hundred club there's only a couple of members George Halas from bears fame and the New England Patriots coach bill Belichick is in that same category but you know interesting any group in a very very events in the Grand River in the comment that he he made a getting into the hall of fame he grinned grew up in a very big family he's one of seven kids huh and even his his mother I guess was not really excited about him playing football so you for sure signature so he could play when he was in high school but legendary no doubt a life well

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Don Shula, legendary former head coach of Miami Dolphins, dies at 90

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Don Shula, legendary former head coach of Miami Dolphins, dies at 90

"Pro football hall of fame coach don Shula has done a familiar face and voice on the dolphins sideline for twenty six seasons don Shula led the dolphins to find the of C. championships and two Super Bowl titles out of the thirty three years being a head coach in the NFL Shula had only two losing seasons he was the league's most winningest coach and recently called the game he loves so much a fascinating one to the Miami Herald the game of making quick decisions Julie's behind a wife and five

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Legendary NFL head coach Don Shula dies

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Legendary NFL head coach Don Shula dies

"What a great coaches in sports history has died a hall of fame legendary NFL head coach don Shula passing away at the age of ninety he played seven seasons in the league before winning a record three hundred forty seven games in the regular and postseasons in seven years the Baltimore colts in twenty six years the Miami Dolphins sure won two super bowls including guiding the nineteen seventy to dolphins the only undefeated season in league history in thirty three years he only had a losing record in two of those seasons both his sons by the way also had been in the NFL coaching

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Legendary NFL head coach Don Shula dies

WBZ Afternoon News

00:09 sec | 6 months ago

Legendary NFL head coach Don Shula dies

"And legendary Miami Dolphins head coach don Shula passed away today at the age of ninety show us three hundred and forty seven career wins remains the most by any head coach in NFL

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Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

Roe Conn

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

"Power outpouring of tributes from around the NFL saluting hall of fame coach don Shula passed away this morning at his home in South Florida here's Mike Ditka special inspired and they were they break form and there's nothing they believe that they couldn't do before sure the one three hundred and forty seven games as a head coach sets an NFL record he

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"shula" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on Around the Horn

"A championship and win a championship in a way? That still hasn't been copied right the undefeated season but he sort of carry the flag for South Florida sports or decades. If you think about if Don Shula wasn't as consistently great of a coach and didn't have these high level teams year after year after year. What would the south Florida landscape have? Looked like after that. It wasn't until nine hundred ninety three that there was another professional team down here and yet he was still considered respected. The dolphins were absolutely relevant. And it was in large part because of one man sort of bridging the gaps between the generations and even just living until ninety and being around other generations of sports fans down here and parents and grandparents telling the story. Don Shula even today. Young kids recognize the measure of respect. He commanded down here at what he did for South Florida sports media. Konso bring you in here being a analyst as you are in a historian in some ways. Well what does Don Shula mean to the sport of football and to the Franchisee? The dolphins well he is unambiguously one of the greatest coaches in the history of the sport here about the undefeated season or the fact that thirty three seasons. He only had two losing one's which is remarkable. But what strikes me? Most looking back is that he didn't do it. Only with the Hall of fame quarterback Sydney Coach three of them in one thousand nine hundred one after Bob Greasy retire. The dolphins went eleven. Four and one..

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"shula" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

10:31 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on NFL Live

"The most Well I remember him I as savior when he came to the dolphins then as a mentor and a head coach. And then as a friend and then as a great friend And all you know he was a father figure to me early on because I lost my dad when I was ten and coach. Shula came in and he was. He was the driving force behind everything. We accomplished with the dolphins and You know that JAL sticking and you know he just He was just a guy with a strong morals and and good values and doing everything the right way sports his accomplishments. And what you all accomplished are are obvious. But what allowed him Bob in your to stand out and succeed in the NFL. The way he did. Oh boy I think you've got a bunch of things like His will to win his organization worth at work sense of the sense of integrity Focus on winning. And that's what most of us in the champions We lost. Everybody talks about the seventy two undefeated team. The key was set the year before that when we lost the Super Bowl game to Dallas cowboys and in the Locker Room. Everybody was on in that locker room on. That team remembers that he said I want. You remember how you feel right now. You don't WanNa feel this way again ever again next year after we get the Super Bowl we WANNA win every game to get to the Super Bowl now that plant the seed for us to go undefeated nobody thought we would go on feed it you know but the driving force after every game the next year that seventy two season it was all right. Remember how you felt last year after losing the Super Bowl? We want to win the next game win the next game and that that was something that I think. Really set him aside from other coaches as well too Will the win? So that was his message. Prior to after the fact after you had achieved the undefeated season. Do you remember what his first message to? The team was why he was happy for about a week and then he says all right. That's in the past. We got we got the seventy three season the play and We actually had a better team in nineteen seventy three. We we We were we lost two games. I think what was a record? Fifteen and two or something like that and we had a better team and Actually won the Super Bowl Game. Beat the Vikings I think twenty four to three or something like that But those two years back to back I think we were. What thirty two and two and no other team has ever done that either on two year period now and I'm not sure we'll see at any time soon either. Before we let you go Bob. Let me ask you this. You indicated that Kota was a father figure to you. What's the most important thing that you learned from him that you carried with you? I think you know integrity honesty doing things the right way. He was a Christian man. Back then When when he first came to the dolphins he would go to mass and communion every morning before he would come To the facility to to have the meetings and the practices. There's a lot to be said for that Bob. We appreciate you being with us today as we remember coach Don Shula from one quarterback to another Dan Marino. Tweeting this coach Shula. You will truly be missed. You embodied the definition of greatness. You brought that winning attitude with you every day and made everyone around you better. Thank you for always believing in me. You made me a better player and person by thoughts and prayers are with the entire. Shula family love you coach the NFL has called off. Its Annual International Series Games in London and Mexico City this year amid the Verona virus pandemic opting instead to move those five games back to. Us Stadiums the League announced that today all Games on the twenty twenty schedule will be played in NFL. Stadiums under consistent protocols focused on the well being of players personnel and fans. And so here we are. This is the Games again. The International Series for the twenty two thousand eight season. They were set initially to hold war games in London one in Mexico City the Jaguars were slated to play. Two Home Games in London's Wembley Stadium while two other games were scheduled to be played at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Backyard top story. This afternoon is hall of fame coach. Don Shula has passed away at the age of Ninety. No head coach in. Nfl history has one more regular season and playoff games. Then coached Shula aside from coach. Shula only George Halas Bill. Belichick hit the three hundred win mark and speaking of the Patriots Head. Coach said this about the news of shoeless passing. Don Shula is one of the all-time Great Coaching figures and the standard consistency and leadership in the NFL. I was fortunate to grow up in Maryland as a fan of the Baltimore. Colts who undergo Shula for one of the outstanding teams of that era. My first connection to coach Shula was through my father whose friendship with coach. Shula went back to their days in northeast Ohio. I extend my deepest condolences to the Schuler family and the Dolphins Organization. Here's more reaction on shoes passing. Starting with Mike Dixon He was a good friend. First of all I want to say that he was he was a hell of a man fag record key and coach. You see what I find out how. How good he was. It'd be top to his player. He saved especially with inspire and they will not make Blake for him. There's nothing they believed. Take what do for a lot of people when I got live down over. The coach against him freight against them forever. I can remember being so intimidated and the first Super Bowl but oh my gosh. I said here I am. The second year coach in in the League I was. I was petrified. I I'm going up against in the Super Bowl that I saw one of his players. Talk about him. It was great respect. They had tremendous respect for him. And I think that's part of being successful to serve in. My opinion is good as any coach. The coach of the national football ever Don Shula on at the age of ninety one of the most iconic figures in the one hundred year history of the NFL again remembering the incredible life and legacy of Shula the hall of Famer and winningest coach in NFL history. Who has passed away at ninety? He took the colts then. The dolphins to combined thick super bowls as head coach winning back to back. Titles following the seventy two seventy three season back again with Jeff Marcus and Dan. Jeff I know. Reaction is continued to pour in as news filters out any more stories about coach. Gyula I've got a good one for you. So He's beloved but he was also tough and in the seventies before I think it was the super bowl super tense the week before and and everybody was like me and shoe was just too much many Fernandez. Who's legendary nose tackle went out to the everglades and he caught a four foot alligator and he brought it to the locker room. Larry CZANKA and decide. You know we're going to do. We're going to put it in Shula's shower so they put in the shower. They taped its mouth shut and they'll waited outside for his reaction so of course you'll flips out and in the meeting that later on. Shoe Walk Cities. Who did it raise your hand if you did it soccer raises and Schumer says you didn't Fernandez did but you did win by one vote. Short goes one vote because yet you one by one vote whether we should take the mouth shut or not that was sure they loved him but they also feared him and they also weren't afraid to give it to him. He was a legend ever. Since lured very very important one vote. He was of course the architect of the undefeated season. We've seen Marcus. You Know I. I don't know what we see it again or certainly what we see at anytime. Soon Know Wendy. We will see undefeated seasons anytime soon. And it's just because it's difficult to win one game in the League now we we've seen great teams in New England. Came close to doing it but obviously in the Super Bowl and people will have to understand how difficult it is to go undefeated in football. You are a quarterback injury away. You are a player being out for game away and you are just say bad three hours on a Sunday away from not winning a game. I don't think we'll see it anytime. So that when you know me disagree. Marcus. I'm going to say we will at some point if I had to bet on someone. It's GONNA be Patrick. Mahomes in the chiefs will figure out a way to go undefeated at some point optimism. Glass half full. I like it fellows. Thank you we'll see you soon the jump..

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"shula" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

09:40 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"That's how you get in on the conversation. We'll get more your take coming in just a second. In the meantime there was some big news over the course of the weekend and Look there was a heated. Let's see spirited debate on Golic and Wingo Friday morning as Mike Golic senior and I were debating what the best part was for. Andy Dalton. Now in a hypothetical debate. The question was do you go. Start somewhere for team like Jacksonville or try to start for team like Jacksonville. We have a clear path to the court or to the court to the field. Or do you go somewhere. Where you're more likely buried is a backup but you're in a better situation. We weren't sure what the right approach was going to be. And then we've got the answer for that. And he don't signed a deal to go to the Dallas cowboys. Backup quarterback place where frankly I think the expectation will be. The new. Doesn't see a lot of playing time. But if he does. Oh my God the weapons. He's going to have around him. So let's get some straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless and that comes in the form of ESPN cowboys reporter. Todd Archer who joins US right now to hope you say thanks for the time appreciate it. What was your initial reaction to the breaking news? Did Andy Dalton is now a Dallas Cowboy. Well initially it was Saturday night. Come on back and write all this stuff But no it wasn't like Ooh they're sending a message that it was more. Wow they got the best quarterback quarterback in the NFL and if something were to happen Adak they gotta feel a lot better about any golden and they would about Cooper Russian Kinda. Got Me thinking too. When Romo is the quarterback early in his time you guys like Brad Johnson. John Kitten and cow ORD Nez. Backups making really good money That the cowboys are kind of getting back to that plan. So it was. It was immediately thought of Stephen Jones saying player acquisition three hundred sixty five days a year. You're look for all these ways to get your team better. And Andy Dalton made. The cowboys are better team when they signed him on. Saturday so I can see how Andy Dalton helps the cowboys. How did the cowboys help? Andy Dalton. Yeah that's a great question. And I think part of this is kind of led him to the in a way because of what we're dealing with with this going on and I don't know if you wanted to uproot his family and go somewhere new and and start over and and have to worry about. Everything of starting quarterback has to worry about. He lives in Dallas. He lives about a half hour from from the cowboys facility he doesn't have to uproot the family they. He knows the area obviously went. Tcu So there were probably a comfort level of just staying here staying close to home and if it's just for years just for a year. And then you can Kinda reboot after that. But I I do think what we're all dealing with now. Kind of played a part and let him to the cowboys to be backed up. Because I don't know if the cowboys thought about I'm sure they thought about it because you have to. But I don't think they really outwardly considered her really overly pursued it when he became available in Cincinnati released. Them we're talking to. Espn cowboys reported. Todd Archer I think your take on. Espn Radio Jason Fitz. So it is in your mind. Moving forward is this the beginning of. Todd's your todd is this beginning of his career as a Andy Dalton careers now just permanent backup in the NFL. Thirty two years old. He's at four straight seasons. I think where where he's had a losing record. I received just the two wins last year. probably so and You know think of a guy that I mentioned That backed up Romo in Giancana. Was the starting quarterback in Seattle for a good spell started in Detroit for a little bit sorta in Cincinnati for a little bit and and backup Carson Palmer as well for a year. I think I might be right on that. So but once he got into a certain age of element in his career as they back up. You know they're probably more comfortable in that spot you don't you don't want to say that in terms of of a guy who's thinking. I'm done playing. I just WANNA CASTLE CHECK I. I'm sure that any Dalton's mindset at all. I'm sure he's just looking at it from perspective of a good team if I need to play. I'm surrounded as you mentioned earlier with all this talent that I can come in and still be an effective player You know we'll see what happens in twenty twenty one if if another team to come make him an offer and and we're clear free and clear of this virus that he may be takes up different opportunities that he didn't want might not have wanted to take up here in twenty twenty. We're talking to Cavaliers. Reportedly Todd Archer so todd quarterback can't sign a contract without having to figure out what it means for tax. So what does it say to you? Then Andy Dalton was able to get a deal done quickly and quietly and we're still sitting here and have nothing with deck. I don't think it's a leverage leverage player. By the cowboys I say all right. We decided to guy. Where if you don't WanNA show up work? Good I if there. If that is a point it's a minuscule percentage of the reason why the cowboys signed him This is this is about making their team better and I stayed in in the beginning and I think for the cowboys you know. You're you're now just sitting there waiting to get this deal done and we've been waiting for an awful long time to get this thing done and you. I'll go back. I think the last time that I was there when Jerry told us. The zeke talks whenever knock on the deal done. It will eventually get done. It has to get done but before July fifteen three has to play the season on the tender but I also go back to this with that. He played last year for two million bucks. He's not gonNA play this year for thirty one. So you know I have a feeling he's GonNa play any need. He needs to play. Because if you want to cash in again In twenty twenty one either through a long term deal with the cowboys or another franchise tag or if the cowboys decided they want to move on in twenty twenty need another good year So there there's an element of needing to make sure everything is right with him at twenty twenty for this first year with Mike McCarthy as well so I just think it makes too much central's I'd to get this thing done and honestly. I wish this thing was over eight months ago little letter on eight minutes ago but then Tom We'd have to actually talk about real football and that's not talking about anthrax drawing that'll be something that would probably be. Alright airport. You mentioned Mike Martz. Is there any affect? In this. Pandemic era where everything's running differently. Obviously is there any effect to Dak is their time when you become concerned about not being around the organization to learn whatever this new offense looks like as this contract stuff plays out? It's interesting what we talked to McCarthy before the draft he wouldn't say whether Dak was or was not part of these virtual meetings clearly he was and because if he was said so but he also said he's had communication with the coaches. So the you know. I'm sure he's had some discussions with telling more the coordinator in Douglas Meyer. Their quarterbacks coach an and is up to speed on what some of the changes are But you know look can't be on the field with these guys so not being around for virtual offseason program is certainly different of not being around for an actual obscene program. Where he would be on the field throwing these guys talking to his coaches more in depth in the film room and then having. Oj's minicamp later as as we go to the different phases You know I don't know if there's a cut off point where you start to get alarmed because he's a guy that's never missed. A game never missed a practice hardly until last year When he was dinged up a little bit with the shoulder but I think that will be fine week. One Whenever we wanted for the cowboys and whoever they're playing I guess we'll find out later this week when the schedule comes out you guys can follow him on twitter at Todd Archer. Todd there's one thing I hope for you my friend. I hope that when he does get this deal signed. It's on like a Thursday so you don't you don't have Saturday so we hope for you. GotTa appreciate it. Great stuff from todd is always straight. Talk Straight talk wireless everything for LESS ONLY WALMART. One important thing he said near the end of our conversation that you just heard was we have to remember. Dax NEVER MISSED. A game barely missed a practice. I think that was one of the more surprising parts of me. Look yes squarely been in the camp that Andy Dalton's go to a situation where he can rehab his image and he can go somewhere and if he gets limited time he can be successful as humanly possible. I think all of those things can hold true. My surprising going to the cowboys wasn't the situation in that sense. Surprising going to the cowboys was. He's not likely to get on the field so either there wasn't a good opportunity for him to start or more likely. We have to acknowledge the other thing. The todd make clear their this pandemic society that we're in now changes the way. Things are viewed so Andy Dalton. Goes somewhere where he has a great situation as a backup. He's making good money much better than James Winston to be frank is making the backup for the saints. He gets to make good money in a situation where he has great weapons around him if things go awry somehow and there is a hold out and he gets on the field. He's got greatness around him. That's going to help him. Look good out of the gates. He can get familiar with it in an area where he stays close to home. All of these building blocks leads you to a lego castle. That's actually pretty good situation for Andy. My one concern is a real one. And that's it. This contract gets worked out and I believe it will and if DAX signs megadeal and I believe he will then likely dax going to be on the on the field for every single snap in. That's I don't know how Andy Dalton changes. The perception of WHO? Andy Dalton has become as.

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"shula" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:46 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on Around the NFL

"After that which you know which is hard to imagine. A Henry mentioned Tom. Landry and Chuck Knoll. Not just too great coaches to icons of the nineteen seventies in sports and there was another one John Madden who was a great coach in an icon. And I remember reading Madden's book and he said out all out of all of us Don Shula's clearly the best coach right. I praise for for Landry and no right. And it's it can become ponderous when every team releases like endless statements. When something like this happens but if you go through and read what Belichick wrote about him and how close Shula was to Belichick's Dad and like you Henry. Belichick got some of his starts in scouting by sneaking away from the college. He was asked to go sneak into stadiums to watch things. I mean I shoo it to me seems to be. I don't know where we're getting the idea that he's not respected. Other than the fact that I think among fans Had He won a super bowl or to Marino that might have shifted the perspective among people may be my age because we certainly saw the the tail end of Don Shula but he was one hundred and twenty five more wins than Andy. Reid two hundred and three more than P carroll on that list of all time wins Bella Chips. The only human being that could potentially catch immunities forty-three behind in our lifetime. I mean it's not just compiling either. He went fourteen seasons before he had a losing campaign. I mean this guy was absolutely about as much as you could imagine as a coach and someone like Bella Chick reveres and to the degree right and the other thing I think you can measure a coach by is how many hall of Famers they coach Shu Coach Fifteen Hall of famous during his career. Which I think is a pretty huge number only pull brown. I was trying to dig for this early breath pro. Paul Brown coached eighteen. But other than that. He's he's he's way out in front. Yeah the fact that two franchises and so quickly kind of sets him apart from those other guys. I think they're I think the reason why he's maybe not viewed quite and I think he would be on the Mount Rush- so I don't really may maybe even buy that premise. But it's probably just the over obsession with titles because of what he was two and four. I think an championships. If you count the colts and so you know you make you turn that into five in one or something and then people feel differently. But it shouldn't it shouldn't be about the titles and finally just for a little bit of context on this as everyone knows three forty seven for Shula. Bell check is at three or four right now. He's forty three wins off if he sets the record for most wins which I think people expect. But if he does it he'll be in his mid seventies nearly or even beyond that potentially when he does a so that just kind of puts it into perspective. How good Shula was for so long? All Right Don. Shula that at the age of ninety rest in peace Henry who we don't want to keep you on for more bad news but we do have more been is don't we This coming in a very different realm but you are obviously as the vice president of international the man Or one of the men and women behind the scenes planning out how to spread the game and build the game and grow the game across the world and we got some very bad news officially today dinner. Yeah. Unfortunately we won't be able to play games this year in London and Mexico will the Games for this. Nfl season will be played in the US Which is oversee side knees for fans who are no less than a lot of them. Listen to you both from the UK on Mexico actually But you know the good news I guess is that we we definitely we back in both of those countries. Twenty twenty one If events allow the that's that's the plan but yeah certainly certainly upsetting for fans in those countries.

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Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

NFL Live

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

"Don Shula the winningest coach in. Nfl history has passed away. At the age of Ninety Chris Berman pays tribute to the man most known for the only perfect season in league history the Nineteen Seventy-two Miami. Dolphins here is that list. Don Shula is most known for the most head. Coaching wins in league history including the postseason with three hundred forty seven. That's twenty three more than George. Halas WITH BILL BELICHICK IN THIRD PLACE. Shula also named API coach of the year four times which is more than any other coach in. Nfl history as well a statement this afternoon from NFL. Commissioner Roger Goodell Don Shula will always be remembered as one of the greatest coaches and contributors in the history of our game. He made an extraordinarily positive impact on so many lives as a player hall of fame coach and Longtime member and Co Chair of the NFL Competition Committee. He was remarkable teacher and mentor. Who for decades inspired excellence and exemplified integrity? His iconic legacy will endure through his family and continue to inspire generations to come.

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"shula" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:26 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"We'RE GONNA lose us a little bit of Don Shula's legacy and the last dance together to get our question for you for I take your take. I WanNa know single greatest season the greatest single season you've ever seen in any sport triple eight say. Espn eight eight eight seven nine. Three seven seven six as we mentioned down. Schuler took the dolphins to an undefeated season. We've been watching the last dance with the polls. Obviously the warriors have had some recent success. We we can go up and down the game in any sport. I want you to tell me greatest single season you've ever seen triple eight say. Espn eight seven nine. Three seven seven six before we get into any of your take and frankly before we get into any of I takes thoughts on Don Shula. We thought it would be important to start the show by giving a moment here for Don Shula to be to be given the shine he deserved. This is Chris Berman. Speaking about the great dolphins head coach chill has greatest command presence of any coach. I'm over now. You Felt Shula. Was there when he walked into our media room everybody just hushed up. The presence was the jaw and his determination. He was into the game with Every bit of emotion that he had. I wear my feelings on my sleeve. And there's no camouflage and I think in some ways that might have been intimidating above. All Don Shula was discipline teacher. Who got the most out of his players? Every single mistake was talked over why it was made what we did. What the situation was minute detail? We always went into a game feeling. We were a completely prepared on anything. They throw at us in thirty three years. Coaching the Baltimore Colts and the Miami Dolphins Shula won an NFL RECORD. Three hundred forty seven games during his tenure with quarterbacks with distinctly different styles. Chinese Bob Breezy and Dan Marino Shula consistently adapted to his team strength. He's able to walk that fine. Line between not wavering. When you shouldn't am realizing when changes taking place in you should in the nineteen sixties. He won in Baltimore on the arm and savvy of United's but when the coach moved to Miami in one thousand nine hundred seventy. He devised the game plan. That you short surgically precise passes. Why not the dolphins owned devastating? Running game had a great hall of fame quarterback Bob Regime. But it wasn't a guy can play thirty passes again. He provided me with the The tools and the car to to run and I I was GONNA take care of this this car. I mean I knew I knew the strengths and weaknesses of of our operation. Shula's six super bowl. Appearances are punctuated by the one and only perfect season in NFL history. The dolphins went fourteen in the nineteen seventy two regular season and advanced to super bowl seven but for Shula. There was more to it the year before with Miami. He had lost Super Bowl six previously in Baltimore. Nineteen sixty eight. It lost Super Bowl. Three Shula was anxious to make amends. You know had to be the most pressure in my coaching career. Because I certainly didn't want to be zero and three and Super Bowl. Finally winning the Super Bowl the perfect season and that was something that took me off the hook so that was pretty important game in my career. Seventy three dolphins repeated is super bowl champion and although they were not undefeated times this team look even more powerful than the seventy two t a decade later. Jewelers game plan evolved drastically yet without a hitch with a quick firing quarterback. They've Dan Marino. I give them a lot of credit for You know my early development as As a quarterback step in and you know basically start after my fourth game. Shula continue to win six more division titles and to AFC CHAMPIONSHIPS. The twelve seasons from one thousand nine hundred seventy four to nineteen eighty five not to mention one of the most famous regular season. Games ever the Monday night dolphins at the Orange Bowl over then undefeated Chicago bear while more. Playoff.

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"shula" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:50 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Does not care how bad he was last segment. We thunder with a show solid bounceback weekend betting the ponies points is the sentence. I've ever heard until like the next one friend. Send me some tips and daddy took. I gotTA BE HONEST. I I love you for this head. Thrown it to me for the Shula Eulogy and I was that bad with it. That would scar be for like days. Man It would sit with me for at least two days. You have a short memory. My friend I'm very very proud of you Mike Ryan so this is something. We have not done well enough because the show keeps getting derailed but it is not insignificant news in South Florida. I can't think of many people in the history of sports in this town or in the history of this town period that when Don Shula passes away at the age of ninety they are not mournful and respectful because this person who was a pillar in south Florida of integrity throughout his time. Here like you will not hear very many bad stories about Don Shula and certainly no public shames there are. There's nothing on the resume you know. He spent fifty years in the public eye. Nothing on the resume other than associating his name with integrity. Yeah and when I was little watching the Miami Dolphins Don. Shula was the head coach. I remember like yesterday hen being lifted up on his players shoulders after he set the record at Philadelphia and it was totally a bygone era yet. He won a lot with the Miami Dolphins early on. He did a lot of winning and bottom so much down here. This was really my first ever recollection of a legendary coach being pushed out sort of against his will and the fans sort of saying. You know we've had all these disappointing teams wanting the legend Jimmy Johnson to come back and how difficult that was to do with grace. Don Shula handled it about as good as you could but there were a lot of people that were still very upset at the way that Don Shula got pushed out. That didn't have these university. Miami ties. That loved Jimmy Johns. I have. I have my regrets about my portion in that particular development and it is the only time Stu gods that I have ever in my life. Seen my father dance for joy on something and it's when Don Shula was fired replaced by Jimmy Johnson now. I was a very young columnist at the time. Probably going back on it and I've said this before they're any number of things that I wrote in my twenties that I regret because I was a columnist. Just sort of trying to find his voice. I was given a job earlier than I should have had it and so it was considered and and I was influenced a little bit by sports radio coming up at the time to be a little bit meaner about things imprint than people had been before because the language in print was supposed to be soft and so when Edwin Pope criticized somebody. It meant something because he didn't do it very often. As the older elder statesman columnist of the Miami Herald. But I come in as a young guy and I write very early on Jimmy. Johnson needs to be the new coach of the Miami. Dolphins Don Shula needs to be out. And after I did that STU GODS I have. I ever told you this story because Don Shula called me into his office. I was called into his office to sort of explain that column to him so I come in and I you know. His his desk was higher than the surroundings. So it was very regal. Almost as Large Eagle filled as Colin cowherd. Set up a box and I extend my hand. Just walk into the room to say hello and he just stared at it. He left it hanging there and so I asked him. Did you really just call me in here so that you can do that? And my father never forgave him for that. Even though many years later I repaired all of that with Don Shula and told him myself that I was too young at the time and shouldn't have been writing in those stronger. Terms lacked a certain respect because the man was an icon and my language was a little. I don't know if I'm explaining this well to you but it was a little less respectful than it should have been because I was an up and coming sports writer trying to write a little differently at the time and so my opinion was a little more strident than most people were writing back then had an older writer. Greg Cody wouldn't pope. Had they written the same exact words. What do you have left their hand hanging there when they went to shake it? I mean I don't know I don't know when When Mike Ryan is saying that he handled many of these things with grace. That's one of the only times I can remember. Not Remembering Don Shula handling something with grace. It's one of the reasons I was so sort of floored by Because it seemed like small behavior that that photograph that Mike is Talking about that video of Don. Shula being carried off on the shoulders of his players at Philadelphia was Doug Peterson. The Dolphin quarterback in that game. Who was the Dolphin quarterback in the game? Where we're Don Shula ends up Breaking the record for winningest. Nfl coach ever. I was looking it up right now. I think it was. I think it was Peterson. The amazing thing about for me at least about Shula was how he coached the he adapted the Times Dan and again I'm looking at up where he adapted to the Times where he won a super bowl with a quarterback. Bob Griese either. I think through the ball seven times. Isn't that Super Bowl undefeated season? They ran the ball a lot. And then he got this quarterback at a Pittsburgh Damn Maria when he really adapted with marina at five thousand yards. Forty eight touchdowns. Suddenly this old school coach became a guy trying to get it done through the air and I think if he has any career regrets. You're right nothing of class. No one's GonNa have anything but nice words to say about Dodge Shula and he is earned every single one of those nice words that are going to be said about him. I think he has any sort of regret. It was his inability to win a superbowl with what many people regard the great as the greatest quarterback of all time and that would be. That would be his only regret though. We're apart these days with sharing more at Geiko. We'd like to say thanks. Thanks for sharing you. Savage dance moves. Thanks for sharing your. Diy Haircut fails.

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"shula" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:41 min | 6 months ago

"shula" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"No you're good so we've got some sad news to report I suspect we'll get back to the Michael Jordan stuff and frolicking about that later in the show but someone who is on the Mount Rushmore in south Florida in terms of sports names. Don Shula has passed away at the age of ninety years old. He had been weakened and wheelchair bound for the last five years or so But was still a pillar of grace and integrity. What a brutal time. Not that. There's ever a good time to dice to God's but what a brutal time specifically to die where you don't get those last moment In person with your family or that it's made very difficult by the circumstances and for those of you tuning in now who don't know what Don Shula meant to south Florida He was the first credible giant sports thing that we had that was national. You can make the argument that the dolphins have never been as relevant as they were under. Don Shula that the dolphins have spent the last twenty five years desecrating. What he built in south Florida with a perfect season with two super bowl championships with Bela check still needs wins to catch him on. The career wins list. He's got an expressway named after him in south Florida. But he's from bygone time where a coach could be this authoritarian figure and also become role model and picture of strength. He was a spiritual man. He was a hard man. He was a leader of the highest order. In God's when we're talking about you know top five personalities in sports in the history of south Florida you're talking about Don Shula you're talking about Pat Riley. You're talking about Dwayne Wade. You're talking about Dan Marino. And that's basically the list like you have a hard time getting to five in terms of somebody who says Miami and sports more than those four guys Jimmy Johnson. Perhaps maybe right. Yeah and so Don Shula very important that you counter my Don Shula Eulogy by getting a wholly unnecessary fault. It's my fault. I did it because Jeremy I said there was. They said there were only four to get in there with that. There's a fit probably right but completely unnecessary in the grand scheme of things with hr what it does is it sort of knocks me sideways somber tone working the talking about some serious thing here and then I get distracted by your need to get an incomplete of top five list. I was going to question your Mount Rushmore of South Florida sports and then I realized too soon. I mean this is fresh. This just happened. I mean we'll save it for another day. I'm so yes. Thank you sir appreciate it. So Greg Cody of the Miami Herald Birthday Son. Chris Cody of the Miami Herald are not of the Miami Herald of this show and Chris. Cody is someone who's got very often has no respect for the past anything that happened. When he was fifteen years. Older younger. Is something here to be disrespected just last week on the program? Billy and Chris Said who is Dan Marino? That's a thing who the hell is Dan. Marino is a thing that they said last week. Chris do you have. What kind do you have any memories as a lifelong Dolphin Fan as somebody who grew up in the home of a writer who really respected? Don Shula's one of these icons? Are you too young to have anything in the way of memories regarding him okay? Very good his Microphone is not working. Let's go ahead buddy. Hello Yeah I'm going. Can you hear me? Yes I have memories of him. I remember going to the practice facility with my dad and getting to meet him in just having this or around him. Everyone was looking at him. I think that he is you know. I'M NOT GONNA if you're trying to get me to do who know. I respect on jewel and I. I remember watching him a lot but I definitely liked.

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"shula" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"shula" Discussed on The Bible Project

"After a which is the shooter might other word shula might is the feminine hebrew form of the name solomon oh so slama yeah inch slow meet yeah so solomon food could be a english crazy that saul saul nina sal i mean yeah okay so this is a puzzle welcome to the puzzle geared isn't that shower got the first line of is of the pond is the song of songs which is less schlomo in relationship to slumber yeah in some kind of relationship using it translated mean authorship which is by solomon that's not got it unnecessary translation got it it just is the word to in hebrew in relationship to so you go okay us the ultimate song share are sharing song of songs yes in hebrew you'd you'd say the holy of holies yes yeah the most common other phrase it eases that it's a singular noun say in relationship to a plural now and that means the ultimate one of that category category right so the holy of holies is the ultimate holy place the ball holy place yeah king of kings kings lord lord and then the song of songs the ultimate song which is any relationship to the element in relationship to solve thousand effects on totally were told the he wrote a thousand five songs but the odd thing is the male voice is never called solomon he's called shepherding king by the the boulevard an win solomon is mentioned in the book he's mentioned incheon 'em just a few times a it's always in third person as someone else and so this has led some people think that there's three speaking characters in the book there's solomon who's describe either nutrient neutrally or perhaps even negatively depending on how you interpret how impairs then you have the shepherd lover and then you have the woman so this is led to a whole body of interpretations that there's a three character drama going on there's the woman who 'em is somehow supposed to be getting married solomon who she really loves this shepherd she wants to run away with him in a scape solomon that's impossible eating her you could the other one would be if i have been informed by the solomon story a first kings mhm you remember there's two sides solomon and there's solomon who loves to accumulate wealth and women but then there is the ideal solomon who 'em astros who asked for wisdom aunt who when he was at his best was a uniting enriches and honor with the one queen of sheba and together you always praised among the nations when those to hang out yeah in a very suggestive way i mean she comes to i think it's suggestive yeah i mean i think it's the queen of sheba that story and she comes to test him yeah and she comes with all these rich is they end up in a room together and you're just like oh what's gonna happen status sleeping together getting married they they just discuss wisdom right and then they praised yell at the end of it in jerusalem made even more like eaten afterwards my point.

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"shula" Discussed on V103

V103

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"shula" Discussed on V103

"Say goodbye What Stop. This Oh Ooh What did you? Do Sorry Again Focus Shula juice Focus Money so Focus Oh.

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"shula" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"shula" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now leave it these new of he the man the man bombs my you oh my best makine's on this and then and then and though scenes i know well hey xiaomi mi shula too.

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"shula" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"shula" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Shula you do the right do you he could be these yeah no mr hughes yes these he did do either david that may be either.

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