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Why Did SoFi Stadium Prohibit Tailgating?!
"Look, James, this is stupid. I mean, I'm a Georgia bowl dog fan. We're in the, you know, this week we hopefully, you know, we're winning the national. But before we even get there, they're not even letting us tailgate. If you come to university of Georgia, go to TCE, the horned frog, anywhere, Texas. Look, what is this stupidity about not tailgating itself? This is just dumb. It should, the people who thought of the idea of not tailgating should be arrested. I don't I genuinely don't. I guess I can see, I don't really know the reasoning. We've tailgated for, however long football has been around. It's just the way you do things. And then you're just going to stop it on arguably the most important game in oh no, it is the most important game in college football. I just don't. Oh, it is. I mean, look, you got Modelo running commercials with fans out in the stands when it's blizzard conditions tailgating. Are you kidding me? That's like, I mean, outside of this game, the most, the heaviest games are rivalry games, right? Could you imagine if you stopped tailgating at a Michigan Ohio State game? A Georgia anybody game? I mean, one of the main reasons we have season tickets and we go to the same parking lot every time we set up our Blackstone, we get our food out there. We have our coolers. Everybody comes along. I mean, 92,000 people in office, a 150,000 in Ohio, state Michigan game. Yeah, I mean, what? I mean, is this Southern California going on the mug? I mean, what is this stupidity? This is an accident waiting to happen. And I'll
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Pointer, the Grammy winning writer singer and founding member of the pointer sisters as dead at the age of 74, pointers publicist said she was surrounded by family when she died on Saturday. Her family released a statement saying Anita was the one that kept all of them close and together for so long. The group saw their most commercial success in the 1980s winning two Grammys in 1984 for top ten hits automatic and jump for my love. One of their breakout hits fire was written by Bruce Springsteen initially for Elvis. I'm Scott Carr. The Powerball jackpot continues to grow lottery officials say no one picked all 6 numbers in last night's drawing. That means Monday night's jackpot in the multi state lottery game will be worth $265 million. Saturday's numbers were 18, 37, 44, 50, 64, and the Powerball number was 11. As for Tuesday's mega millions jackpot, that's worth a whopping 785 million. Georgia will go for back to back national championship titles next week after beating Ohio State 42 41 in the peach bowl, the bulldogs will square off against TCU and the national title game. It's SoFi Stadium in Inglewood a week from Monday. Avatar the way of water is continuing to dominate the box office, the mega sequel is on track to gross almost 90 million over the four day holiday weekend, bringing its domestic total to potentially $445 million. That number would make it the second highest grossing domestic release of 2022 overtaking Black Panther, Wakanda forever. Top Gun: Maverick earned over 700 million to take the top spot, puss in boots, the last wish is set to take second at the box office. I'm Chris crag. And I've Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom. Investors are on watch for another interest rate hike coming at the next FOMC meeting next month and tavis McCourt institutional equity strategist at Raymond James associate says, if the fed sticks to its guns, this is going to be a very choppy trading year. Is the fed going to do what they say they're going to do kind of stay at 5% all year or are they going to do with the bond markets that they're going to do, which is pivot kind of second half of the year? And I think that really has a substantial impact on the economy in 24. If this fed stays at 5% all year, even as inflation comes down to 3%, we're likely going to have lower earnings in 24 than in 23. Mccart with us there on Bloomberg radio, but some people think the fed will be effective. Fast enough. And then lay off more rate hikes, which could be good news for investors. Joe Gilbert is portfolio manager at integrity asset management. We've just basically see inflation will come down. The fed will start raising rates as earnings adjustments will go down in earnings multiples will go up and we think that will lead to a strong equity performance. Meantime the jobs report coming out this coming Friday could help determine the size of the fed's interest rate hike. Keep a close eye on average hourly wages, economists say that likely went up 5% last month from a year ago. Oil also in the spotlight. And you know, American drillers will pump record volumes of oil next year, in spite of high inflation and a shortage of equipment and crews, more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Before cast comes from Macquarie group, which says while public companies have been reluctant to ramp up, independent producers have boosted output by double digits. The firm says daily crude production is seen reaching 13.6 million barrels by the end of 2023, surpassing the record of 2019. Based on the quarry data that would be an increase of about a million barrels a day from the end of 2022. Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio. Thank you, Charlie. And watch for the debate over TikTok to intensify. Now one Republican lawmaker says selling TikTok to an American owner would be one acceptable outcome. Michael Gallagher says TikTok and its Chinese owner bike dance need to do something because since a lot of young men and women in America increasingly turn to TikTok to get news, what if they start censoring the news, right? What if they start tweaking the algorithm to determine what the CCP deems fit to print? That's incredibly dangerous. That's as if, in 1958, we allowed the KGB and pravda to buy The New York Times the Chicago Tribune and The Washington Post. That actually probably understates the threat. I think it's a multi pronged threat we need to look at. And Gallagher congressman from Wisconsin also telling NBC's meet the press that TikTok is like digital fentanyl. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom, I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg. This is the best of Bloomberg
"sofi stadium" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Play it forward foundation, creating opportunities. Speaking of never say no. I'm transitioning here. Okay. The last time you were on this podcast was January 27th. So you were still at Fox and the rumblings were very strong that Troy was going to leave. And I threw a theory at you. And we're going to play the clip, Shelby, can you please roll that clip of Joe buck on the SI media podcast January 27th? Imagine next year, week one, four 25. I can already see the look on your face. Let's say it's about to come out. Let's say you're in SoFi at four 25 week one. You get on camera. Welcome to SoFi for the rams and Seahawks. I'm Joe buck and he's the Hall of Famer Tom Brady. Okay, well, there you go. If Tom Brady is standing there, there's zero chance Tom Brady is standing anywhere near me. I don't even think I've ever been in his prep maybe three times in my life, but that ain't happening. I feel like I'm on an apology. Why? You're not standing part of that was true. Brady's at Fox now. Oh, he is. Because he did a FIFA promo or a World Cup? You think he's walking away from $375 million? His ass will be in that book next year, don't worry. Really? You don't think so? You think he's gonna play? You think he's gonna play next year? I think he could play next year. Really? Yeah, I think he's the least of Tampa Bay's worries. Oh, I agree with that a 100%. I just think 46 years old. Sandy's definitely gonna play Tampa Bay. I'm not saying he's definitely gonna play. I have no idea. I haven't talked to Tom Brady since whenever we did a game of theirs last year. So I don't know Tom Brady, other than when I've spoken to him, couldn't be a better guy. But I think there's so much up in the air in his life right now for anybody to go, hey, he's 100% doing X, Y, or Z I think. So you think there's a chance he never calls an NFL game for Fox. Is there a chance? Yeah, I think there's a chance. I mean, who knows where his family life takes him? Who knows where if he plays one more year if he doesn't? I know there are people at Fox who are who would say there's a chance that he doesn't call a game there. And $375 million. He's going to walk away from it. You know, I just don't know. I think this is you trying not to apologize because my prediction was correct. I'm just looking for a little bit. Let me say that let me go back. Your prediction sucks. Your prediction has no, what do you mean? I predicted Tom Brady will go to Fox. Tom Brady's going to Fox. Let's go back to your scenario. It's four 25. I've been SoFi Stadium. And I'm saying hello everybody. I'm Joe Bach, and I'm here with the Hall of Famer. Tom Brady. Not one of those things is possible. I didn't know at the time Fox is going to be dumb enough to let you enjoy go to ESPN.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Singer songwriter the weekend apologizing to fans after abruptly stopping his sold out show on Saturday night. He was scheduled to sing for nearly 70,000 people in Los Angeles SoFi Stadium, but ended his concert after losing his voice only three songs into his performance and left the stage. When he came back, the four time Grammy winner told the audience couldn't finish the concert, apologized, told fans he loved them, and promised to perform in LA on a new date. I'm Tammy trujillo. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. As we've been reporting a man who fell to his death from a skyscraper in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood Friday has been identified as Bed Bath & Beyond chief financial officer Gustavo arnall. In a statement today, the New York police department named the person has 52 year old our null resident of 56 Leonard street, also known as the Jenga building, a person familiar with Bed Bath & Beyond confirmed it was arnall who died. Calls an emails to the company were not immediately returned outside of normal business hours. 17 states with vehicle emission standards tied to rules established in California face waited decisions on whether to follow that state's strictest in the nation new rules that require all new cars pick ups and SUVs to be electric or hydrogen powered by 2035. Under the clean air act states must abide by the federal government's standard vehicle emission standards unless they at least partially opt to follow California's stricter requirements. Among them Washington, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon, and Vermont are expected to adopt California's ban on new gasoline fueled vehicles. Colorado and Pennsylvania are among the states that probably won't. According to a closely watched consulting firm Amazon.com has abandoned dozens of existing and planned facilities around the U.S.. We had more about that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Amazon has been determined to reduce the spies of its sprawling delivery operation of its slowing sales growth, MW PVL international, which tracks Amazon's real estate footprint, estimates the company is either shuttered or killed plans to open 42 facilities totaling almost 25 million ft² of usable space. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg business of sports. We're really into like how we connect to younger fans because that's the future. And that's the growth area. Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy behind the scenes right now are building for the future of the PGA Tour. I think the NBA has been a terrific job with figuring out how to use technology to meet the viewing demands their viewers as soon as it happens are really these days they know they're work and know their value. And they deserve to get paid. Bloomberg, business of sports. From Bloomberg radio. This is the Bloomberg business of sports
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Rate hikes and inflation and the impact the war might have on all of that We spoke with noto along with my colleague Matt Miller take a quick listen to that conversation SoFi has a history of living through tremendous cyclicality and volatility We started 2021 with a very different economy and backdrop for the year when we set our goals for the year We just reported our third consecutive quarter of record revenue growth up more than 50% We also had record member growth and product growth really a testament to our one stop shop strategy and our ability to meet our members needs across their entire financial lives and doing it even more efficiently with a full year profitability So yes the environment is very volatile Rates are going to increase That's all reflected in our outlook for 2022 And we're calling for over 1.5 billion in revenue and a $180 million of EBITDA and really strong growth in our member based and product based here in Q one in addition to the demand we have for our technology platform with Galileo So we're benefiting from sector trends We have to absolutely deal with the volatility of the cyclicality of rates and inflation and monetary policy but it's all part of the Norma SoFi Now obviously there are huge humanitarian concerns given what's happening with Russia's assault on Ukraine I know you're a veteran yourself and I'm curious what sort of unique perspective you bring to this about what this means for the world and for global business Absolutely try to see that people have to live in fear and now that that fear of threat of violence has become a reality and ultimately we have a responsibility as a country We have a responsibility as a nation to help those that can't help themselves Obviously the people of Ukraine are putting up a heck of a fight and but they're under armed and under rest relative to a power like the Soviet Russia the former Soviet Union And ultimately sanctions are the first step but inherently there will likely have to be a more actions down the road We have to ensure that they have the ability to be a sovereign nation and live a life of freedom relative to the suppression of the Russians Now I understand you do hold some crypto and SoFi obviously offers crypto services now What do you read into the kind of decoupling we've seen of Bitcoin from global equities and why that is indeed happening Yeah the trending cryptocurrency it's an unproven asset I want to make sure that's clear It's highly volatile and it's very risky We do offer it for our members to be able to buy 30 different cryptocurrencies We do provide that education and warning that they could lose all their money and recommend they only allocate a small percentage of their assets to it But it is an asset that is providing a unique value proposition for a variety of different constituencies And that's what's really driving the volatility The decoupling you're seeing could be driven by a number of different factors I really don't want to speculate on what's driving it but it is a new asset that people are using to accomplish different objectives And that has been what's driven the volatility We have been very smart about making sure we give people selection But we also give them the ability to do recurring investments in dollar cost averaging into something that is as volatile as it has been Well honestly the ability that SoFi users have to invest across platforms that I find most interesting I talk with my co anchor Paul Sweeney with your head of investment strategy Liz young on a regular basis and she sells the product like no other How much of a lift did you get from the Super Bowl and introducing new customers to the things that they can do on SoFi Yeah so the Super Bowl occurred in first quarter of 2022 which we haven't reported yet but a result yesterday saw a big benefit from having the National Football League association and the relationship with the rams and chargers in SoFi Stadium We benefited from having 12 home games at the stadium 5 of them were on national prime time television and were able to reach 22 million unique households on average in each one of those games So the ability to really reach that much of the United States helps drive brand awareness It helps us become a household brand name which then drives greater efficiency of all of our promotions and marketing And that's why we saw such an acceleration in our member growth That we saw in the quarter to a record of over 500,000 and an acceleration in the number of new products added at over 50% increase to 900,000 So if I CEO Anthony noto there you can catch the full interview at Bloomberg dot com.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is warning Russian president Putin there will be swift and severe costs if Russia invades Ukraine The president told Putin the U.S. and other nations would respond decisively to any military attack on Ukraine President Biden could start conducting personal interviews with Supreme Court candidates as early as next week Lisa Taylor reports Here's what I can tell you There's not plans for that But I can tell you that it could be as early as next week White House press secretary Jen Psaki made that remark while speaking to reporters she said the president has been talking with democratic and Republican senators about replacing retiring liberal justice Stephen breyer Biden hopes to make a decision by the end of the month I'm Lisa Taylor The skies over SoFi Stadium in Inglewood will be under close watch during tomorrow's Super Bowl game between the rams and Bengals FAA officials say pilots flying small planes entering a temporary flight restriction area could face fines of more than $30,000 along with possible criminal charges That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to decline across New York State according to the latest numbers from governor Kathy today More from Bloomberg's stinis Pellegrini hospitalizations have fallen below 4000 and this is for the first time since just about the middle of December And they've also dropped almost 70% since the peak that was just about mid January And there's been nearly a 30% drop in hospitalizations over the past week 60 new COVID deaths though also announced And 4232 new cases in a statement hoka said New Yorkers should be proud of the continued progress in bringing down the numbers since the omicron peak in January but this is no time to let up She says And she went on to urge vaccines for those who haven't gotten theirs yet And she's asking parents and guardians to discuss vaccines with their kids pediatricians If they haven't already to these Pellegrini Bloomberg radio It remains to be seen who will be fired for not complying with the city's vaccine mandate for municipal workers by the Friday deadline About 1% of city employees are not vaccinated That's about 4000 or so out of a workforce of 370,000 Mayor Eric Adams said Friday terminations are moving forward for those who have not shown proof of vaccination or obtained a religious exemption Also on Friday the U.S. Supreme Court denied an emergency request from a group of New York City teachers to block the city's vaccine mandate for workers who were not given a religious exemption It is the second time the teacher's request was rejected The jury in Sarah Palin's lawsuit against The New York Times will take up their work again on Monday 9 jurors deliberated for about two hours Friday afternoon before deciding to call it a night Palin's lawyers say The New York Times libeled her in a 2017 editorial linking her to a shooting in Arizona because of a conservative vendetta Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York Bloomberg 11 three O to Washington D.C. Bloomberg 99 one.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sliwa they'll call it the left versus the right Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Suzanne Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg business of sports Talk about some of the more interesting aspects of businesses sports There's all kinds of cool questions So this is a topic for me The country is finally getting the memo about how amazing the sport is I think the sky's the limit for MLS We're spending more and more of our time in a digital world and it's also becoming a really powerful place for commerce It is so nice to be back and to be able to have fans back in the building So despite the chaotic schedule this is why we do what we do When you get into the playoffs there's nothing better as a player to excitement and it's also for the organization Bloomberg business of sports From Bloomberg radio This is the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm Michael Barnes I'm scarlet fu And I'm Mike lynch Coming up today I'm feeling football That's right We're getting ready for Super Bowl 56 We have a special guest joining us today Jason gannon managing director of SoFi Stadium he'll break down the business of hosting that big game Straight ahead on the Bloomberg business of sports show but first let's look at some of the top stories of the week Beginning with the Super Bowl and oh my is gonna be a lot of gambling in there Almost 10% of Americans may put their money where their loyalties lie during this year's Super Bowl according to a gambling industry trade group an estimated 31.5 million Americans will place more than $7.6 billion in bets on pro footballs championship games car And even if they aren't loyal to either of the teams they might still put a wager on as well Isn't that part of the explanation for why every single NFL game is so high stakes because it makes it more interesting that you can bet on all these different random things that have nothing to do with whether you like the team or not Rock bets And some of those start right out of the shoot The opening coin toss will it be heads Will it be tails Will the rams win the costs over the rams lose the toss Well the opening kick-off make it into the end zone You can bet on that So there's everything We'll either team use all their time outs I mean it just keeps the interest going And of course legalized gambling has just been the fuel for this 30 states by kick-off 30 states plus the District of Columbia will have legalized gambling when this thing is kicked off Sunday Night at 6 30 Eastern Time And California I was just reading online sports betting has yet to be legalized So if you're watching the game at SoFi park you can't be betting on your phone No you get a call Vinny up on the phone Vinny is still in businessman and Los Angeles It is amazing though how much money changes And then the office pools I mean you have the office squares and the boxes Yeah you don't have to know diddly boo about football Just write your name in a box and there you are and there it is I felt bad because some of the colleagues here Bloomberg they said bar Are you doing the squares this year And I said I just don't have the time I wish I could And they all have this disappointed look on their faces like you're useless bar useless but apparently your reliable square buyer Yeah okay we'll go with reliable Another thing I was thinking of is the stock market has been pretty wobbly this year So I wonder if that will add fuel to Super Bowl wagers or gambling in general You had the NASDAQ fall as much as 15% at one point It's recouped some of that And I only bring this up because the retail investor led stampede into the stock market in 2020 and 2021 of course kept by that meme stock craze last January was in large part driven by the fact that there wasn't a lot of live sports to watch there wasn't anything to really gamble on people had money but they didn't really have anywhere to spend it So now that the stock market's not doing so well are they going to come back and plow it all into prop bets It's easy to understand And as you say it's basically just a game of chance I mean the coin toss right Yeah no skill there No skill Well opening kick-off make it into the end zone You know it's a coin toss to me Will the team goes all the time outs I probably say yes but I don't know So there is something for everyone there You don't have to know whose team has a greater pass rush or how many yards per catch each wide receiver has and factor all those analytics in You throw that out the window I mean the percentage increase is astronomical this year Barr point out that 7.6 billion will be bet That's up 78% over one year ago Byron Allen speaking of football You remember him he's the media mogul He is preparing a bid for the NFL's Denver Broncos car Yeah and if he wins he would become the first black majority owner of an NFL club at a time when the NFL is being rocked by accusations allegations that it is their systemic racism following Brian Flores's lawsuit One thing I found interesting was that Byron Allen says Roger Goodell the NFL commissioner and Robert Kraft of lynch's New England Patriots approached him in November of 2019 back then to ask him to consider buying an NFL club So this is something he's been talking about thinking about and I guess conversing with people about for a while Well the timing is perfect The two head coaches most recently hired a people coaches of color and now if Alan were to secure the Denver Broncos doesn't solve the problem but it certainly is a step in the right direction Yeah he needs to find a group of investors maybe he has the money on his own I don't know but we know that the Broncos will go for somewhere in the neighborhood of what $4 billion plus slinky Yeah it's a very very lucrative franchise out there and they're going to be a lot of people that are going to want to jump on board here But this is not going to be a one person purchase So this is going to have to be $4 billion A lot of Daenerys Man you talk about a profit I mean when the previous owners bought the team I think they paid what $28 and some SME green stamps And now they're going to get about $4 billion It would be the highest valuation of any protein sold I believe if they hit that 4 billion figure that's going to be amazing Up next on the show we will break down former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores is discrimination lawsuit with the ghouls and stores sports law practice co chair and Columbia law professor Martin eidel plus stick around for our conversation with the managing director of SoFi stadium Jason ganon that straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports I'm Michael Barr follow me on Twitter I'm scarlet fu I'm on Twitter.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Season ticket holders All your season ticket holders obviously are not going to be able to get their hands on Super Bowl tickets How do you have a lottery do you placate them You've seen I mean from the venue perspective we're focused on delivering the Super Bowl and a great experience teams that are a part of that They have their own allocations and they work through that and unique ways What about the challenges of hiring and retaining staff for the facility especially in recent months You knew that you were going to be hosting this big game This requires a lot of people on the ground And we know that there is this labor mismatch right now where there are a lot of jobs available There are people who are looking for jobs but it's difficult to fill the positions that are open You know I mean we have again having two NFL football teams we've had over a million people in our building in a few short months to about 6 months or so since we've been able to have band And we have in the foreseeable future We have a strong list of events really to keep the workforce active here at SoFi Stadium at Hollywood park I think one of the things we're an event like the Super Bowl is from a workforce perspective It's truly a regional draw So pulling on resources throughout all of Southern California And working with vendors who have those resources to make sure and those networks to make sure that we're fully staffed And that's obviously it's an important part and it involves a lot of advancement planning So part of it is if you tell enough people this is for the Super Bowl They want to do the job because it's a once in a lifetime opportunity Yeah I mean listen I would be lying if I said that it wouldn't be an element of interaction there to get in the building But also to be a part of delivering something that's so unique and being a part of creating a memorable experience for so many people And in an event like the Super Bowl Up next on the show stay tuned for more of our conversation with SoFi Stadium managing director Jason gannon straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports I'm scarlet fu on Twitter at Scarlett film And I'm Mike clinch on Twitter at lynchy And of course be sure to catch our.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"And to have all of these people who don't live in the community come into the community every single weekend? How did SoFi Stadium end up in Inglewood in the first place? So englewood has a long history of sports in the community, maybe the most iconic thing about englewood prior to SoFi Stadium coming along was the forum. The game ends. The Lakers have got where the showtime Lakers and the Los Angeles kings played for a long time, but then the Lakers left and the kings left and by 2011, englewood was functionally broke, and that's when mayor James butts was elected. When I left England, we had a three piece showtime Lakers. We had the kings of hockey. We the race track between 43,000 people a day, 6 days a week, and when I came back, functionally, all we had was the sizzler and the big note. Our blood rating was triple B minus at the time, which is one step above junk. We had $10 million in the bank and we had an $18 million structural deficit. So in 2011 by September October, we would have been bankrupt. Obviously not great when you're chatting a chain restaurant like a sizzler and Randy's donut, which while iconic in LA, probably want a little bit more than that as your main attractions. But James bots is a really interesting figure. He was englewood's second ever black police cadet, and then from there, he was a homicide detective and undercover officer. He led the S.W.A.T. team, and then he becomes the police chief of Santa Monica before returning to englewood and winning election as mayor. He also has an MBA. So when he's elected, he's got big plans for the city. Where I stand right now is going to be the side of what we hope will be an 80,000 seat stadium that will spill over into the most magnificent development here and there is going to be the stadium. It's time for new things. Aside from rams owner Stan Kroenke, nobody has more responsible for bringing SoFi Stadium to englewood than mayor James bots. I mean, he is, without a doubt, the biggest evangelist for that stadium. So the NFL had long wanted to move back to Los Angeles for obvious reasons it's a massive market and it was an untapped market and it didn't make any sense for America's biggest sport not to be there. And so mayor bots thought, look, we have a long history of catering to sports teams in this town. Why not put our hand up? Let's have sports again. Let's have concerts again. Let's have people coming to englewood. Let's make englewood a destination. So they put in the bid and they win the bid and they get the stadium built in englewood. It feels like being inside the matrix. This is truly the resurrection of the city of champions, city of champions part two. And because of that, the mayor will list off any number of things that he sees as a positive benefit, not just to englewood, but to the residents as a result of their relationship with SoFi Stadium. The NFL networks left Culver City, YouTube is operating in 6000 seat performing arts theater. We try to the LA filter money. You orchestra program. We have the girl scouts, the great Los Angeles. Are you tennis program at every visit park that the city subsidizes? So lower income families choose to learn tennis. There's only three megacities in this country that have had the number of events and teams that we have in 9 square miles. And at San Francisco, New York, the Los Angeles, but what took them a generation, we did less than 7 years. This is like a resurrection, the pride and the city is just off the charts. John, you took the time to actually go to Inglewood. Can you just paint as vivid a picture as you can of just what it was like for you to go there, park your car, walk down the street and find and meet people. Yeah, I wanted to get a sense of what was going on in englewood for myself. So I went there. And I talked to people on a game day about what their experiences are like living in the neighborhood when all these people are coming in from out of the area. I know the traffic was going to be bad, so I parked my car pretty far away from the stadium and I just walked it in like 15 or 20 minutes and then suddenly you're in the part of englewood that's right next to the stadium and aside from the stadium. It's a neighborhood, not unlike other neighborhoods in all of Los Angeles. Palm trees, the whole thing. And then out of nowhere, you see this giant edifice that looks like it was plunked down from a Star Trek movie. And it's super incongruous with the rest of the neighborhood and it obviously the architecture is radically different than what you would see for where somebody lives. And as I was walking down the street, a guy opens up his front door and he had a big bushy hairdo because it looked like it was early in the morning and maybe he had just woken up. He didn't have a shirt on. And he leans out and he shouts to somebody who had just parked their car. Hey, you can't park there. And I thought he was just aggravated by it, but he was just trying to be helpful. And it turns out his name is Josh. Every Sunday he's out there trying to be a good Samaritan, telling people, hey, you can't park there. They'll tell you. Okay, so parking is an issue we know that, but are there any benefits? Yeah, the parking thing, there's two sides to that damn because on the one hand, yes, it's an issue for the residents, on the other hand, if you have a parking space at your house somewhere for other cars to park, residents will rent that out to people coming in on game days, and that's actually going to happen for the Super Bowl where the Los Angeles Times reported that some spots could go for as much as $5000. I know people, Dan, in Inglewood, who live, you know, about a mile and a half or so from SoFi Stadium who think they can fit 5 cars into their backyard at a $1000 a pop. So you could do your math there, that would work out great for them, but this is still not really considering the overarching problem, which is the influx of people every single game day, and I know that some people listening to this will think, oh, that's just people in LA whining about traffic the way they always do. But that's not the case. Because the people of englewood are talking about how their lives are fundamentally altered on game days in ways that other LA residents, including myself, don't experience because we don't live near SoFi. You have to, like, literally, sometimes my husband get out here like, hold traffic and then we'll just ease up out. So this is Yolanda Johnson again. She's the one we heard from at the top of the piece who said the traffic and englewood is crazy as hell, and you know what? She's right. It is crazy as hell. Coming back in one night, I was coming from work that took me an hour just to get to my house. How far away is work? I work on like 15 minutes from here. So it was like an hour and I didn't want to park all the way around the corner back again and just leave my car there, so I just stayed just chilled out into the traffic died out. If you're in Inglewood on a Sunday, and you're a resident, you have to plan ahead of time. You have to say, okay, there's a game today. I have tasks a, B, and C to accomplish, am I doing it before the game? Am I waiting it out and doing it after? Whatever day the game falls on, that is a lost day for Inglewood residents. So along the same lines, John, people might be tempted to think that more traffic equals more business. More people come into your neighborhood, they come across your storefront. There's a higher chance they'll spend some money, right? But you discovered that it's more complicated than that. Yeah, so as I'm walking around, I stumbled on to blessed tropical Jamaican cuisine, which is a Jamaican restaurant. Also directly across the street from SoFi Stadium. And the co owner was inside, her name is Sandra Estrada, and we just started talking about how her business is doing. And.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Inflation prints 7.5% The estimates have been for 7.3% the futures here in Europe points into losses of 1.4% Goldman Sachs now pricing in 7 rate hikes from the Federal Reserve by 2022 James boulard of the fed saying he wants to see a hundred basis points baked in by the 1st of July Stay with us this is Bloomberg This is a Bloomberg money minute No matter what happens tomorrow it's SoFi Stadium There is a clear winner off the field when it comes to the real estate markets of Los Angeles and Cincinnati If I have to place my bets on one of the teams it's going to be with Cincinnati Jennifer Rasmussen is a vice president at situs AMC a real estate finance consultant which compared the two cities and found Cincinnati has more room for long-term growth when it comes to price When you look at the median price of a home in Los Angeles you're looking at about 870,000 versus about 300,000 in Cincinnati And while that's not unexpected Cincinnati takes The Crown too when it comes to housing demand Sales are at their highest level in two decades She says compared to Cincinnati LA sales activity is starting to cool Cincinnati even beats LA in terms of wage growth in LA wage growth comes in at 4% but in Cincinnati Their wage growth right now is at 7.4% So Cincinnati has the hotter housing market Joan doniger Bloomberg Agility resilience performance Digital supply chain transformation can help you achieve all of these and more But you gotta get it right Talk to GE The global leader in digital supply chain transformation Hundreds of Fortune 500 and global 2000 enterprises count on GE to meet their biggest challenges and gain serious competitive advantage Software strategy managed services Okay man this is your time Maybe you didn't choose this but you're here now You're gonna go out there and be an all star caregiver Cook clean be their emotionally and physically You gotta dig deeper drive them to physical therapy Doctors appointments because that's what caregivers do Don't give up Show the world that you're tougher.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Demonstrators held that they called a car caravan protest in downtown Minneapolis Friday night and Saturday over the police killing of a 22 year old black man during an early morning raid Miguel Al Maguire has more During the chaos it's unclear if 22 year old Amir Locke who was not named on the search warrant and appears to have no criminal history was ever aware it was police who were storming into the apartment before 7 a.m. Wednesday Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey announced he's banning almost all no knock warrants following Locke's death He was apparently asleep and holding a firearm which his family's lawyer says was legally owned when he was shot and killed by police Over 900,000 people in the U.S. are dead after contracting the coronavirus According to Johns Hopkins University the U.S. death toll is now over 902,000 The number of cases stands at about 76 million However there's some good news on the vaccine front The CDC says over 212 million Americans are fully vaccinated Airlines canceling flights again as the U.S. deals with the impacts of a winter storm flight aware reports over 1400 flights were canceled Saturday within and tour out of the U.S. it comes as more than 3100 have been delayed Dallas Fort Worth international airport was hit the hardest The countdown to Super Bowl 56 is on It's a week from today And for a lot of folks that means stocking up on NFL gear Customs and border patrol is working with Homeland Security to round up fake merchandise ahead of the big game with officials sending out a reminder that consumers aren't the only ones affected by counterfeit goods It affects American industry affects American innovation And it's going to affect the vendors that are in around SoFi Stadium who have all gone through the licensing requirements.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Well, that story is evolving here early in the week because the clips that I read up until this morning were that if you went online to buy tickets for that game and you checked out after buying your tickets and you had a zip code that was Northern California, they would refund your money and you don't get your tickets. So that got a lot of headlines. Now today I just Troy sent me something that said that that's not the case anymore and the 49er fans are supposed to overwhelm SoFi Stadium even more than we were there. Yeah, you say, you did that game. Give me like what I was never never Jimmy been in a home stadium and that stadium is a 100 out of 100. It's so good. But that day, you know, I talked to Kevin demoff, who's a good friend who's the club president, or whatever his exact title is, I don't know, but he's like, we're going to have our biggest crowd ever at the stadium. And halfway through, I'm like, I was thinking because half of San Francisco is sitting in here and it was a ton of red if the home team of a team that good has to go to silent count at the end of the game as a something's up. More than 50% niners fans at that game? I would say I would say 50 50. Wow. Give or take. Yeah. Now maybe it's 55, 45, but enough where it was like, wow, what is going on? Forty-niners scored touchdown. Place goes crazy. It was an odd sensation at the home stadium of a team that good. I have to say it's a viewer, just as a viewer with no dog in the fight. I hope it's like that again. I think that'll add some intrigue on Sunday. I agree. As a broadcaster, anytime, you know, we've talked before, if I can use crowd noise, I'm going to use it. And I'm not going to try and suppress it. I'm not going to try and fight it. I mean, I have to do my job, and I have to get in there and get out, but if no matter what happens, there's a reaction in that stadium, that makes it way more exciting for us. And I think makes it more exciting for the viewer at home. Yeah. I guess you can admit this. I mean, you could have had Brady Rogers and instead you get this. Is it a let down? I don't know if you want to answer that. No, I don't think it's best if you say it, you know. I don't want to get the 9 earned rams fans pissed at you, but no, my answer to that is we had that last year. And we had that, it would have been the same situation. Except with more fans and Lambo, again, I mean, not having a rooting interest in any of this. It's almost like you can't lose. Because I thought week 18 our week 18 game was one of the most exciting games we've done on a long time. And I think these two teams because they know each other so well, we'll play each other really well. And I think this is going to be an exciting game. Whoever it is, they point me toward it and I get there and do the game, but no, I'm not let down by this at all. All right, that's good. Brady Rogers, though, you know, you get that brings I think a little more of the country, the fringe fan, but there's no doubt..
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Charger Chat
"If you can find a way to get pressure on Mac. That's the reality. You're not on YouTube. Just hop on here and check this out real quick. It's really funny. That's the reality of getting pressure on Mac Jones. That happens and a throw a throw that looks what you can imagine happens. They're all looks like with that face. Not good. It's a duck going up into the air. All right, and this next point here, this is a good example of getting him off a spot. So they're gonna run play action, meaning they're gonna fake the run play action is just you're gonna fake run. That'll bring these linebackers up and it's gonna open up this crossing route that is wide open. And it's open for a couple of seconds. It's like plenty of time to get the ball out. But there's pressure. They're gonna blitz off the edge right here, and it's gonna force him to get off of his spot and step up. So in the time that he has to step up and then throw the safety is gonna be able to get over the top and make the play. If the pressure wasn't there, he doesn't have to step up and you can make an easy completion, but watch as I roll the clip, you'll see that if this forcing him to step up just a little bit in the pocket because of his blitz, right here, now he has to step up. Now he has to throw and now it's late. So just forcing him to have to be really athletic, which Mac Jones is forcing him to have to make those plays where he has to step up and get the ball out really quick and on point is going to lead to success, I think, for the charger. So, man, we always know that pressure on a quarterback does a lot of good things. We have to try to do that. They're going to try to run the ball right off the bat to establish so that they can do these play actions. And I will say after having watched just a little bit of this patriots film, just like they did with Tom Brady, they're gonna dink. They're gonna dink you all the way down the field on these short little passes, try to frustrate you and try to get you to come up so they can take a shot with a play action deep. So we have to have to be better against the run game this week. As kind of what we know needs to change here, but I think getting him off a spot like this will help us be really successful. All right, in this last one, this is an example of the jets getting a four man pressure, Mac stares down his receiver, which we all know, you've probably heard it a million times in a broadcast. You can't stare down where you're going. Because it allows everyone to flow to the ball. So what you'll see is they're going to try to get the ball out here to this tight end. This linebacker because Mac is staring it down and there's pressure, he knows the ball's getting out quick. He gets out undercuts it and almost is able to pick it off. So this is just showing you get pressure. If he stares down and receiver, it can easily turn into some interceptions and take aways for us. Go in the other way. So he's going to stare down stare down and then throw that line that linebacker because he's looking where he's going. He's able to move with his eyes and get underneath the ball. Because there's pressure he just has to get it out quick. I know we can force Mac Jones into some bad mistakes. If Joey boss is able to get his hands on Mac Jones, a couple of times early in this game. And we were able to Lamar Jackson through picks were able to get some of these good quarterbacks to throw interceptions against us. And these guys are veterans and a rookie who looks down as receiver and does all this stuff. Hopefully this is a big turnover game for us. Most games have been so far. I mean, we've not, we've not turned the ball over. We've done a great job of turning the ball over. It's just stopping that running game. And I think we're going to have to do it real quick here to start the patriot game. Right. And capitalizing on those turnovers. Yeah. Awesome. All right, we'll coach, hey, thanks for taking a look at our upcoming opponent. And can't wait to can't wait to see what happens this next upcoming game. All right, folks well, that's pretty much it here for this episode of the charge of chat. Next on the agenda is going to be me waking up at the crack at G whiz on Sunday morning and getting my fat butt on a plane and going to hang out with Josh and Landon over at the stadium. I should be getting into the stadium about ten 30, maybe a little after that. And I'm going to be ready for game day folks. I'm going to be my full getup for that too. I'm going to be in my Halloween costume. I don't want to give it away. I want you guys to see it and experience it as it is. Are you wearing it on the plane? Most of it, yeah. Yes. I don't see any reason why not to. I mean, it's all so comfortable clothes for the most part. And the couple other accoutrements. So I think yeah, I think for the most part, that'll be my airplane attire, but awesome. And also, in case you didn't hear thunder alleys doing trick or treating. They have the bolt Thor, Thorpe. I believe he's giving away like trading cards and people are gonna have candy. It's gonna be a good time. Yeah, I can't remember the last time that there's been a football game on Sunday. Or Halloween, Halloween, yeah. Yeah. So it's a football game on Sunday. Who was the last time there was a football game on Sunday? I don't remember. Spooky spooky spooky game folks. Again, I can't believe I'm going to this, but Landon, Josh, hold on. It's going to be a bumpy ride. All right, well, again, that's going to do it for us here at charger chat, folks. Don't forget to bolt up, 'cause we're ready for any squad, any place. But it doesn't. Put it at that, but it did dump but it did not charge the chat. Kill everybody. I feel very left out when you guys do that. We're sink. Why don't you go get a chicken lesson? Dude, come sing with us. I'm not a singer. I suck. Just come, come along for the ride. Okay, love you bye. Tell everybody, again. Fine. And now, a word from our sponsors. The Halloween. At SoFi Stadium. A new haunted house comes to town. Both are hungry. Prepare yourself. Mac Jones. For the haunted house made just for you. Bullets brutality with the pressures come in fast and there's no one to protect your blindside. One night only this Halloween at SoFi Stadium blitz brutality be there or be scared..
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Charger Chat
"They got overwhelmed by bears fans and Vegas. So isn't that a shame? Oh boy. Who's house? Not yours. Not get out there. Stop theirs. Yeah, I'm trying to remember there was a touchdown that I was so hyped for. I screamed as loud as I could. And like my vision started to get like blurry. And I had like a surreal moment like an out of body experience like, wow, dude, like you need to chill out for a second at all. Yeah, I think there's a video that mat gotta put that shot color on wool dog. I gotta know when to stop, but you can't help it, man. It was such an emotional game because you were just so invested in what would happen and you always trusted that Herbert was gonna take care of business. And obviously he did. Those four conversions. I mean, I think I talked to Kyle about it. I had a loss for words. Yeah. I lost the power of speech. It was just you can't help but think about all the times in years past. I think we've gone from I don't know the stats. So you folks out there look this up and correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that we've gone for more fourth down conversions in this season than the Chargers have possibly in the entirety of their existence because we would have seasons were number one, we wouldn't go for fourth down, and number two, we've got one for fourth down on our own 20 yard line. With more than one yard Kyle question. And his coaching. Yeah. Fourth inches or fourth and one that we would ever go for a fourth in fourth down conversion, not in our own territory, and I can't believe it. So I'm really curious how many fourth done conversions we've attempted and completed in the past history of the Chargers. But man, just what an awesome game to be at and what a great experience. I mean, obviously there's only been a handful of games that SoFi Stadium. So to be at that game with a win and just see the stadium, you know, obviously change. You know, you see the Oculus change to the we win business and everybody's just cheering and you got the guys on the field and it was amazing. I can't express that. The only way it would have been better is if you guys were there to share it. Sounds like we had some good replacements, though. You had some honestly the company of Albert and Matt were just unmatched and I'm so glad that I got to spend it with them. I think got to go to the big pro shop also, which I mean, there was just no good time. If we were up by like two or three scores, I might have moseyed on over there just to go check it out like mid game, but it was such a tight game that you couldn't get up from your seat for very long fear of missing something. So we went over to the shop afterwards and that was a bad move. Everybody was going into that approach. After a couple months, I'm sure they made thousands, if not more. Millions. But yeah, there's a lot of cool swag in there. So next time you guys go, I would make it a point to go to that other pro shop. It's on the other side of where our seats are in down one level. So done. And then it's a top it all off, we went to Matt's car and he gave me these box of cookies that had a freaking faces on them. I mean ace design. There's so it's so good. It is such a amazing thing. So Matt's outed my head taste. It was no, and that's why it's like artiste. Like it was like clearly clear. Holy shit. Absolutely amazing that she would take the time out of her day to paint our stupid faces on the edible cookie that was promptly consumed. So we appreciate you. I can't thank you enough for that. You guys, you made it such a memorable game. Thank you guys so much. And it was so memorable that our own and obviously Justin Herbert getting nominated for the FedEx air, player of the week. We all know what bold fam is doing right now, right? Go vote right now. He's competing against Tom Brady right now, but Tom Brady played the dolphins defense. So we just played one of the better defenses in the league. And what he did, how he came back, I was scored, go vote him in to FedEx player of the week air edition. I couldn't believe that Austin Eckler wasn't nominated for the ground. Austin Eckler had a game, dude. I can't believe that he got snubbed, getting a big part of his game was receiving stuff too. Sure. That must have been how they justified not putting him on there because it's just the ground stuff. Maybe. Maybe. Who care? Care. Austin Eckler. Your logic to be the FX ground player of the week. But yes, folks, go check it out, go vote for Justin Herbert vote refresh. We need to get our boy in that FedEx air player of the week. And you know what else you got to do, folks? It's that time of year. Autumn is in the air. The pumpkins are in the patch. 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He's playing at such a freaking high level, too. Right. He was doing so well. The offense was humming with him there and to see him go down that's just sucks. Yeah. Yeah, it's a bummer for him. He was only didn't we bring him on a one year because on a one year deal? I went from Detroit. I would have no problem extending him. Zero issues with me. Just hard man. A guy in the middle of his career now on an ACL tear. He's gonna have to rehab that and come back. The guy is just he's gonna be on another one year deal. You know, like, that's probably the bottom line. Right. And how in mind if that's a friendly deal for the Chargers? Absolutely. Super high level, so what the wait and see how all that transpires. And we got kind of lucky on that schofield signing that kind of worked out pretty well to have him be able to pluck him in because he played a lot Sunday. Yeah, and it's interesting because Brandon heim is like, I thought he had a good preseason. Everyone, there's a lot of good talk about him in the camp. And then he's been like a healthy scratch, the last few weeks. Not even on the squad and they bring in scofield. But somehow.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Charger Chat
"100% agree. Yeah, but change doesn't happen overnight. It takes time and we are at least trending in the right direction. So you gotta love to see it. The one area that we are not trending in the right direction. I can't, God. It's these freaking penalty yards. I can't get over it. I'm looking at we had equal amount of penalties against the Raiders, 7 on 7, but we had a 105 pounds. Well, there was that one. Samuel penalty. You know, it was like, that's the difference. Yeah. That was a big one. The Raiders were desperate. Every series they were just taking big hawks to rugs 'cause he's so dang fast. And that's just, I don't know, it's kind of just a part of getting up big as other teams are going to take big chances. What kind of screwed there? The one thing you can look at though is each week they've gone down. We didn't have any procedure penalties this game, which is so learning and what I'm effort stuff. Joey got freaking pissed off because he most definitely got held that were almost into the game. It was bad. And that was 15 of those. 45 of those was one penalty against the sante Samuel. So it's like a lot and then the one thing your face masks in a horse call is to grab them by the front. They didn't call a horse caller. Exactly. But even it wasn't a horse caller because it was in the first cars back. And nothing. Do you take away almost you could take away three penalties and 70 yards worth of those penalty yards, but I don't care if we won the game. I don't care if it is what it is, but I'm just saying, there was no illegal illegal shifts, and there was no illegal receivers downfield. Which is those are just stupid dumb bone right places. We wouldn't have learned. We've learned and they've made adjustments. We have learned and we have grown. Yeah, we almost doubled the penalty yards, but you know, we must be doubled. We doubled, well, we almost are rushing yards. Yeah. They're 48 rushing yards to our a 168. There are a 165 passing yards to our 212 in our 25 first downs to their 13 almost double one in the first going to say only one in that first half was so like it was the jaw dropping. It was just form of defense. What is this? We talked about this all the time. It's like each week, like we were talking about this run defense, not being good. And what we did this week, that was part of the game plan. I just feel like Stanley really is game planning for each individual thing. So you might look a little different every week. So I think we're just getting used to and that's okay. Yeah, that is okay. That is okay. And you know what else is okay, folks. Me, I'm all right. Thank you for asking. We here at the charger chat have a very special deal this week. Yeah. Everybody. Hit hit the button. Where's my I brush my soundboard. I demanded a sound board. Folks, this week, the plan is for me to attend this next game against the Cleveland Browns and that plan is still happening. However, my other two co hosts up here will not be joining me, so that means wait, wait, so what does that mean? Do you have that means? I've got not one. But two extra tickets, saying with your truly. And parking pass. What are you gonna do with those at them? Well, seeing as they're really not my tickets to give away. I figured we would have ourselves a little contest here. Folks. I am looking for I am looking for some dates. I am looking for a couple of folks. A couple of charts chat fans specifically to come with me to this game against the Cleveland Browns sitting in section three O 7. 7 is ten. That's right. To attend this game with me. So we were talking about it trying to come up with an idea of what it is that we could do. How could we get, how could we get the right fan to tag the tag 12 people, we share every post we've ever tweeted and like all of our video? No. None of that, folks. We are not asking for any firstborn childs or any prima doctor rights. We have enough. We have plenty. We are looking for you to give us a pitch. Just let us know why you think. You should be the one to come to the stadium SoFi Stadium against the Cleveland Browns sit next to yours truly, for the Cleveland Brown game. So tag us on our show post. We put up a post every time we upload our show on Twitter and on Instagram. So comment on that post, why you think you should attend that game and my boys? Since they can't come to the game, they're going to be their judges. We're going to think we're going to pick the answer the best us. So he's at the game with us. Yeah, exactly. He took the words right out of my mouth. And so literally took the words out of his mouth. Stole them, actually. So again, just there's no hashtag nothing crazy like that. Just comment on the show post, either on Twitter or Instagram. Why you think you should come to the game with wool dog and my boys here will pick. We've got two tickets and a parking pass. So if you are in New York, New York, I mean, if you can find a way to get your happy ass to the game, you got to be able to get your happy ass through the game, okay? We're not flying anybody out. We're not up in hotels. We just use the you have to use them. You can't pass them off, nothing. You know, selling. If you say in your pitch that you're selling these tickets, if I end up at that game by myself or sitting next to two knuckleheads that I don't know who they are too Brown fans, we will find you. We have a certain we have a very specific set of skills to deal with people like. And I will say quick, quick stipulation. Yes. Going into effect in LA county, you have to go to the game. You have to have a negative COVID test within 72 hours of the game. Correct. Or you have to have that proof of full vaccination. So correct. Both of your shots, you have to have those to go to the game now. So there's no way for you to be able to do that. It sucks, but don't enter. Yeah. It sucks. But that's what LA county now is mandating to go to the game. Starting this Sunday. So yeah, so there's a lot of stipulations to go to this game. Again, hopefully you're living within the area or you have to be able to get yourself to the game. If you're flying in from out of town, put yourself up in a hotel, have the negative COVID test or proof of vaccination, double vaccination, you got to have your full vaccination status. And again, just leave a comment in our show post and let us know why.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"He wants to be pretty badly. He cares about that kind of stuff. I assure you. This is a massive game. It's a big game. Maybe of the entire regular season. It's going to be an incredible football game. The media coverage is going to be unbelievable. I can not wait to watch. That's why I dedicated so much time to it. It's going to be incredible. The second thing I can't wait to see during NFL week four is the Arizona Cardinals at the LA rams. SoFi Stadium is beautiful. Matthew Stafford is fun to watch, but both teams are undefeated. And here is the narrative I am excited for. It's an NFC west division battle. And we know the rams are great. We know the LA rams are maybe I've argued they're the best team in the NFL. Aaron Donald Jalen Ramsey Matthew Stafford John McVeigh stars everywhere Cooper Cup, but what I'm excited to watch is Arizona. How good are the Arizona Cardinals? This is a test for them. How good really are they? I'm skeptical. I've played some good football they should have lost to Minnesota, Minnesota botched the game when he feel goal. It's a prove a game for Arizona. Let's see it. How good are you guys? The fan base is yelling at me. We're incredible. Okay..
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In Matthew Stafford's debut. Yes, and we have our first type own up the gut as I see here, unedited. This game. When it was T announced not it was announced, so I don't know if that's a problem on the website, but a problem for me website not A mistake. Okay, So the editors have taken care of things. I did not alright. We go past that. I was so tired as we all work the Bears in prime time again. How many bear games last year? Did they Boris to tears Monday night? Sunday night? Thursday night? It never ended. The Bears kept being put in front of us. So what happens the day? Andy Dalton is a starting quarterback, and we get them on the opening Sunday night. You want to talk about four hour game Maria to stay up last night. We are asleep at halftime. Sunday night First game sold out for Sofi Stadium with a crowd on TV that might play well. But ultimately that RAM defense led by Aaron Donald, getting after Andy Dalton and making him look like Andy Dalton in prime time, and we have heard so much about Matt Stafford M V P High train. Well, let it begin right here at home versus a Chicago bear team that while they do have a good defense still has a ton of question marks as an organization. Give me the rands Lane 7.5, and I actually think that this should be if you were any survivor pool your lock of the week. There is no way the Rams are losing this game at home. Niners laying 7.5 Packers laying for Rams laying 7.5 years like the favorite this week. Big favorite. That's his three NFL picks to lead off. Season number nine. Now he always undefeated football food of the week. Picks might not be that great sometimes, but the football food of the week usually is. And this year your debut in with A vegetable. Well, a vegetables stuffed in a poultry D A. We're going to flavor town for lack of a better term. How about a little tray of roasted red.
"sofi stadium" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Stan Kronke is not going to routinely spend into the luxury tax. Guys for the Warriors or Mickey Aronson, with the Miami Heat like they'll do it. Why? Because that's that's their baby. Stan Kroenke's got worry about a lot of babies. He's got Arsenal, Baby. He's got Rams babies got nuggets Babies got avalanche babies Got rapids baby, He's got mammoth baby. He's got so fi stadium, baby. And that's his favorite child. Sofi Stadium, not the Rams. Sofi Stadium. That's his favorite child. His favorite team. His team Sofi Stadium. They're going to allow him. To own more teams, which will mean that those teams that he owns are going to be more restricted in terms of what they'll be able to spend in payroll because he's got to worry about all of these different Properties. And you don't allow Owner NFL owners to own Other teams in other NFL markets. So stand Krockey turns over the nuggets and avalanche to his wife. And everything's good. I want to I have never seen Stan Kroenke's wife. That ball arena. That doesn't mean that she doesn't go. I just don't see her ever. I've never seen her. I've seen Stan Kronke. They're like half a dozen times. He's the owner of the team. We all know that. Let's Josh play around with The Nuggets. They neglect the avalanche all the time. Like is that the spirit like letter of the law Stand crock is fine letter of the law. Dan Snyder's fine. He gives up control to his wife. Is that the.
COVID-19 Vaccination Site for Teachers to Open at Inglewood's SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
"L. A school district has started dozing up teachers and staff with covert 90 vaccine. Vaccinating school staffs critical piece of reopening school campuses in the safest way possible. This has been superintendent Austin Butte. Ners Drumbeat Is he targets of return to classrooms for elementary school students in April, And now the district has opened a vaccination site for teachers and staff at Hollywood Park as vaccine eligibility in L. A county has expanded the governor's dedicated access for 25,000 additional vaccine doses. School staff in Los Angeles Unified over the next two weeks, says Hollywood Park is the largest vaccination site in the country dedicated to teachers and
Los Angeles - Construction Worker Dies Following Fall At SoFi Stadium In Inglewood
"A construction worker is dead after falling while working at so fi stadium in Inglewood there are reports of say a worker fell anywhere between fifty to sixty feet how the worker fell has not been released at this time the stadium is the future home of the Los Angeles rams and Chargers football
Crane Collapses At Under-Construction SoFi Stadium In Inglewood, Los Angeles
"And it could have been much much worse authorities in LA said no one was hurt when a large construction crane collapsed this morning outside so by stadium stadium is being built as the new home of the Chargers and rams firefighters say the accident happened when one crane was being moved in and struck a stationary crane causing the stationary crane to