26 Burst results for "Spencer Rattler"

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"It has nothing to do with his decision making, but sometimes fun things work out like that. Apparently former Oklahoma Titan in Austin stagner had a big hand in making this happen. He was transferring he is transferring to South Carolina. And his him and his parents were like, hey, you should talk to Spencer. Spencer, I think might want to come here if he knew if you talked to him, but Shane beamer went talk to him and make it happen. And here we are, Spencer Rattler is now going to South Carolina, which is going to be fun and I just got to say like, I'm excited to see this. It'll be really cool to watch and play at the SEC and I would like to see South Carolina continue to build their program. I really think I'd be fun and exciting and I'm excited I spent a rattler play there. Okay, I haven't acknowledged it yet, so let's do it now. Alabama quarterback Bryce young won the Heisman Trophy. He through for 4322 yards, 43 touchdowns, four interceptions. He also ran for three touchdowns. Alabama's team is 12 and one. They are in the college football playoff. To win the heist and trophy, he beat out these other top candidates he beat up Michigan DN 8 and Hutchinson, Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett and Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud. I don't know if much more to say than that. When I was watching George ever, Alabama in the SEC title game watching Bryce young shred that Georgia defense having the best performance anyone's had against Georgia all year. I was like, yeah, it's pretty clear he's gonna win the Heisman Trophy. Not a surprise, but hey, great job well done to Bryce young good for him. Here's a crazy story that I think is a lot of people are saying it's going to change recruiting forever. I don't know that that is true. But I would like that to happen. It'd be very cool if it did. And I think here it is. Travis hunter, a 5 star recruit and the number one recruit in the country, a cornerback. He flipped his recruitment from Florida state to Jackson state. An FCS HBCU school. And it's very cool. It's probably, I think best for him too. So a lot of people are saying this is gonna change recruiting forever. He chose an SCS school that's ever happened before an HBCU school. Oh my gosh. And Jackson state is a very unique situation that is not going to be very easy to duplicate by other small colleges. Their head coach is Deion Sanders, which means that the best corner in the country Travis hunter. He's the number one recruit and a lot of places ESPN on the cast and actually at number two. I don't really carries. He's amazing. He's the best player ever to go to a school like this. He's going to get coached by arguably the best corner of all time, Deion Sanders. Sorry, I love eastern Washington. I spent a lot of time there in college. They're not going to get Jerry Rice to be their head coach to recruit a lot of top wide receivers. So it's not really duplicatable, duplicatable. Is that the word? Whatever it is, I go to Jackson state. I don't even have a degree..

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

03:29 min | 8 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"Like, ah. Chip Kelly, where we can hire chip Kelly. Remember him? UCLA maybe we can poach it from UCLA and that didn't work either. I truly believe that Oregon is a lot closer to being nationally irrelevant than they realize. I mean, there'll be a good PAC 12 school to win some games and that's great. They're farther from a championship now than they were before Mario Cristobal left. And that's what I'm saying, right? I'm not trying to hate on them, but this is a step backward for them. It's a big step backward for Oregon. And Dan landing will probably do well he'll probably win some games and that's fine. But orient is no longer or anywhere near being a top dog in college football. I thought they were on the cusp of that. They beat Ohio State that Mario Cristobal and they decided to let Mario Cristobal leave. I don't know why you would do that. But the result of that is if you're gonna let Mario Cristobal leave, you better upgrade with their head coach. They didn't upgrade. So now it's a step backward and I want to acknowledge that nothing against Dan landing nothing against Oregon, but it's sad that we saw a program who was I thought really close to becoming a top dog in college football and then they fumbled the ball. So that's how I feel about Oregon and the new head football coach. Spencer Rattler, former Oklahoma quarterback really talented, I got a crazy big arm. He is an NFL level talent. He's got to make good decisions. He's got to keep his head on straight, but as far as like ability to throw the football, he is a fantastic quarterback. He has announced that he is transferring to South Carolina. He's pairing up with head coach Shane beamer down there. Down there over there, whatever. I'm in Hawaii, what is geographically in relation? It's unexpected to me. But it's a solid set. I'm like, oh, I did not see South Carolina coming, but that makes a lot of actually sense. It's like, that's kind of cool. He's going to play against the best teams in the SEC. And here's what I thought was crazy about this is that think about all the talent that is pooling up in the SEC. It's unbelievable. Coaches, players, and this, getting a really good quarterback to South Carolina, Spencer Rattler, it makes the SEC even better. It's amazing football. I'm excited to watch it. I've become a as I step back and just enjoy football. I'm like, where is the best football happening in college football? I think the Michigan Ohio State rivalry is pretty fun. But the SEC, if you want to watch great football and NFL players, great quarterbacks, great coaching, fun rivalry, tradition, loud crowds, people that care like the SEC is the place to be. I'm sorry. I'm from the northwest and that in the northwest state, they always hate it. Oh, the SEC is bad. No, it's not, man. It's amazing football. It's great. And this is another example of why the SEC is great and getting better. And once the SEC started getting good quarterbacks, it's been hard to even compete with them. It's really cool to see. And one thing that's interesting, a lot of people were talking about how maybe spent some riders gonna go to USC to play for Lincoln Riley. I'm like, why would he go to play for the coach who chose to bench him? That never made sense to me. But he actually ironically chose the other USC instead of Southern California. He chose university of South Carolina, which is kind of fun interesting. I bet he feels it's like, that's kind of a cool little dig at Lincoln Riley..

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Don't do that now. I don't think the NASCAR thing was the reason why. I think I'd ask you this, did you ever follow up a year later? Did you ever a year later say, hey, you know, hey, so and so I interviewed with you last year or whatever I'd like to follow up. I'd like to get into the shot at it. You got to remember too, these guys are dealing, maybe not hundreds, but thousands of people applying for these jobs, thousands. So let me just get to the answer. I'm not a 100% on it, but I'm pretty sure that it wasn't just the hotel room man. I'm pretty sure it wasn't. And I don't know if maybe you were great in the interviews, but it's a really competitive thing. And if you also don't know anyone, if you had no connection, if there wasn't somebody else, telling someone at ESPN, like, hey, will you give my guys resume like a good once over? We make sure you bring them in. I mean, you made it long enough to even get into the building. So that tells me that I'd wonder did you have any moment where a year later you were like, let me go ahead and follow up again, or maybe you're just like whatever it's fine. It doesn't matter. I can't imagine how stacked the numbers were so stacked against anybody getting those gigs. Now, back then, that I wouldn't worry about it too much. I don't really think it's the hotel. But again, you never know, so and if you didn't have money for a hotel, what were you supposed to sleep outside because you missed your flight for an ESPN interview? So don't have this linger another 14 years. Because I don't think it's the hotel. Unless you were like abrasive and nasty, but you just said in the email that you like stuttered back after he was incredulously offering this hotel room. Yeah, the chances are he really wanted to give you the hotel room and you just said, yes, so don't worry about it. I don't think that's what it was. It's a really, really hard deal to get. The numbers are it's less than 1%. Anybody getting those gigs. So hopefully that helps. Kyle, anything. Surprisingly no. I just interviewed her hard. I just I don't know. My big thing was being trying to be a waiter or a bartender. It was just like it like it was never going to happen. I was like, I guess I'm just doomed for manual labor and type retail. Even even stuck it out as a dishwasher made it to a light cut just could never break into the tip industry as far as a way to a bartender. They didn't want you front of house is what you're saying. I guess actually hosted one time. I was a dishwasher and I hosted my bus boy on Valentine's Day. I was working at the melting pot and the dish pit was gonna be nuts on the Valentine's Day special because it's like, oh no, it's like 70 pieces with the ramekins and everything. And it was just going to be nuts. So I finagled my way to be a busboy. I guess that's technically front of house. For that. Don't say it's not. I just let me have that. I like that we have confused hosting with busing. Well, they both get tips. For me, I was in the dish pit looking up, you know what I mean? Everything out there looked like it was golden, so did you go back there for cigarette breaks and look at the dishwashers and you feel like you guys have no idea. I would just be like, hey, I'm gonna place this neatly right here, 'cause I get it, you know? I was where you were. Yesterday. But made it to line cooking that job. You did? Yeah. You never made it as my place is a little fancy or I'm guessing, but for melting pot dude? I don't know. No, I worked at the black dog. I washed dishes and then I made my way to prep cook. And then I couldn't get on the line. Yeah, but Jeremy say the melting pot, right? That's an establishment. You're clearly not aware of the place I just referenced, though, either. It sounds like you've never heard of the melting pot is what I'm saying to you. No, I know what it is. And kept them all, dude. Like, at the end of the mall, not in them all at the end of the mall. Stays open after the mall closes. You know what I mean? Yeah. All right, I just wanted to make sure we're on the same page. 97 locations. Yeah, how many black dogs are running around out there? One restaurant. Yeah, I was afraid of that. Just one. They've got a couple I don't know, maybe they do have I don't think they do. They've got like other side stuff or whatever. Taught me how to cook pasta and learn this really good Apple horseradish sauce for fish. I still know the recipe for that one. You know, the nice part about the melting pot is the guest cooks the food. Did.

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"You can continue climbing mountains. The tester, tester, well, like he said that he's been doing like long distance, right? Which means that he said he's not living on this. I understand what you're saying. I mean, like, the term. Trial run? Sounds like you're pushing dope. Yeah, yeah, the trout trial run. There we go. Okay. I just had a laugh at tester. Okay. This guy had a job interview at ESPN 14 years ago and it didn't work out. He needs closure. So this one's very rare and specific. We'll give it a shot. Late 30s. Because I was at ESPN back in the summer of O 7 doing undergrad. I worked in the SID office of a small D three college before going on to a paid internship at a mid major D one school for a year where I was able to pick up some freelance work with ESPN when they came to town for some mid week action. After graduating my master's the following summer, I made it through several rounds of phone interviews with ESPN before being invited to come to the campus for in person interviews. I believe I was up for three different jobs. I don't remember the exact departments, all these years later, but it was basically dealing with research and data updating scores on the website during games, et cetera. The interviews went well in the NASCAR portion. This was during the big NASCAR push. Yes, it was, O 7 was a big NASCAR push. And I clearly didn't do enough research. I've heard about these interviews at ESPN for some of the entry level jobs of working on shows where they would ask you what your favorite sport is and then when you told them baseball, they would ask you all hockey questions. You know, hey, what's the Padres rotation? And that kind of stuff. The big the big reveal is that 99% of people walking around there couldn't name the Padres number two starter. So I don't know if they still do this, but I'd always heard about it. I'd heard about it years before when I wanted to work there, you know, and I wasn't even thinking about being on the air. But I always heard they do these sit downs with you and then they ask you a million sports questions. And I would tell you that it's part of the weeding out thing. There's also times where they'd be like, hey, what's your favorite sport? Okay, I like this. All right, now you're on college softball for 6 months. And I think a lot of it is to put you through the grind and weed you out a little bit. I don't know if it's different now. Again, I haven't been on the campus now in a couple of years. But I hear what you're saying because I used to always hear about these interviews. I'd be like man, you have to know every single rotation to even get to the third interview and they'd be like, yup. And then you'd walk around and be like, okay, nobody knows the answers to any of this stuff. So I don't know. I don't know anyway. All right, so I was driven to the airport to fly back upon arriving I found out that my early afternoon flight. So we did the interviews in person, then they flew him, they drove him from Bristol though, Windsor locks, Brad the international shout out, direct to Dublin. Upon arriving, I found out that my early afternoon flight had been canceled in the next one available wasn't until the next morning, I was pretty naive at the time and the only other time I've flown was on a charter with the aforementioned max school's football team. Not knowing what to do. I remember the guy who sent my itinerary and interviewed me for two of the jobs. I think his name will leave names out here because I don't know who this is. Telling me to call him if I had any issues. So I got out of the piece of paper and called his number. I clearly remember explaining the situation and him incredulously asking if I wanted ESPN to pay for a hotel room. Being broke recent college grad, I stuttered back a yes to him. He called the travel department next thing I know I had a hotel room at a hotel by the Hartford airport. When I arrived home the next day, I immediately had a standard form email rejection waiting for me from the guy that he called for the hotel room, later that afternoon I got a call from the other guy at interview with the research department. He also rejected me with the trusty lack of experience line, but gave me what I thought was helpful advice about ways. I could gain more experience in certain areas. He was the kind grandfatherly type as opposed to the other guy who was more cold and corporate. That brings me to this question in your opinion did I get rejected because I bombed the NASCAR portion of my interview and lacked experience? Or was it actually because I boldly asked ESPN to pay for my hotel room after my flight was canceled? I'm doing well in a completely different career path with this question is always bothered me. Okay, very specific. You're not the first guy to ever show up to ESPN and have the travel stuff not work out. All right, he offered you the hotel room. Now, yes, I get what you're saying. There's part of me that's thinking I'm at this entry level interview and if I ask them to pay for the hotel room, does that hurt my chances and the timing that you rejected both the next day? Maybe you sucked in all the interviews. There could also be that. That's a quick rejection. But again, I don't understand how the rejection process on that thing works. You know, my first, again, it's completely different, but my first tryout show was a two hour solo show, and they were like, hey, we'll call you Monday, let you know how you're doing. And that was a Saturday. I didn't hear for three weeks. Three weeks, I didn't hear from anybody until it was like, hey, we have another opening. So it wasn't like great job bad job. It was just honestly if I had known how bad the scheduling was the ESPN radio I would put a ten up in the parking lot like 5 years prior to that and I would have got shifts because they were constantly screwing up schedule..

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

05:57 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"I have a real problem with that. What you're doing is wrong, but what I'm doing is right. That seems to be what this is about. I mean, clearly she, if she lived 20 minutes away and cry for months straight, she's probably never going to move. And if she did move, you're right, she's going to be miserable. But a lot of relationships don't work out because of the two people just aren't compatible. They get to know each other even more and they're like, man, you know what? The more I get to know you, the less I like you. But there's a lot of relationships that don't work out because of whatever's going on in each person's individual live. I know, you know, firsthand, I would say on a couple of the more serious ones the first one when I was really young, and I thought I was at least remotely smart enough to be doing better than I was doing. I knew I was a hard worker. And I was surrounded by a bunch of guys that were doing really well. And I was miserable because I was miserable, which meant that I was miserable in what was probably the first serious relationship I was in. So it didn't even matter what the girl did or how caring she was or all that stuff. It didn't matter because all the other stuff outside of the relationship was a mess. So. One of you in this compromise because it doesn't seem like there's a middle compromise is probably going to be really upset with the situation. I know other people are going to disagree. But I feel like there are more options for companionship than there are for careers that make you feel great. You know, a career is in a job, a career something that you're building and. What you do specifically to being in the outdoors and all this different kind of stuff. I imagine like you love your job. You love it. And you know, you may have found somebody that you're really compatible with except for the most important things and that's what the rest of your life is going to be like, especially if she could work from anywhere, which you're telling us that she can. So I think it's cool that you're not totally against here here, but I also think you need to look at this a little bit more where you're not blaming yourself because it sounds like she's been blaming you the whole time. In my biggest point is why is the selfish for you to want to keep going and pursuing your career? But it's not selfish for her to want to stay close to home. They're different things, but they're the same things. And somehow you're the one that's wrong and she isn't. So yeah, I have a problem with that. So I don't know if there's really much of a solution other than the inevitable here. Unless you could find something that's close to comparable to what you're doing now around where her family lives. But you know, I don't know. I don't know if that leads a resentment later on. And all these different things. And I would think is, you know, this isn't what you want to hear right now, but I would be telling myself, okay, this sucks. This is who I want to spend time with, but I'm probably going to find somebody else at some point. And I always believe that. I just do. You don't have kids together. You know, I remember once serious breakup and I talked to I always thought it was funny because the mom called me wants to be like, my daughter loves you, blah blah blah. And I was like, I don't know, I don't know, I'm not sure I'm not sure. Then when it went the other way, I call the mom and she's like, you need to back off. And I was like, yeah, I don't know. Different tone. I'm sensing a different tone now. And she was like, just be thankful you didn't have kids, and this is a total mess. I was like, all right, feel way better now. Thank you, not mother in law. So Kyle. Yeah, dude, the breakup podcast. Two pods in a row, breaking off. Break it off. Yeah, I think he knew what he was doing when he asked Ryan resilient if I should choose my career over my girlfriend. If he's listen to you for even more than 6 months, I think he probably got the vibe that he'd have been like, no, dude, like, figure out what you're going to, what you're meaning in life is going to be rather than who you want to sit next to. So yeah, I think that's right. It sounds like you may or may not have had the straight up like, this is what I'm going here. Do you think we can test this out for a month? Do you want to just take a quote vacation and work from home for a month and see what it's like? Has she given the town like a tester trip yet where you were proposing to move? It doesn't, I don't know. I mean, again, I can't get over the fact that she cried for a month straight living 20 minutes. Yeah, it sounds like you're not prepared for life. Like it sounds like you're with somebody who's not prepared to take on life in all of its facets. And I don't know if anybody ever is, but that's just sort of a glaring thing where it's like, wait, are you really crying? So I know I was expecting like the next sentence to be we made sandwiches and I left the crust on you. I mean, what you just said, like, I'm not even saying I'm right because some would say, hey, that's bullshit, find the person, find your person and then experience the journey together. And then the rest will work itself out. But what we don't really want to admit in those cases, the rest of it works out means that somebody's probably doing something they don't want to do. And I always, you know, look, I approach could be completely wrong. There's plenty of evidence that I am wrong, but I always felt like, let me get this shit out of the way first. Let me be a little turnkey here. Move in ready and unfortunately it was never any vacancy, but you get the point. I think if you figure out the use stuff, then you're more prepared for the relationship that's going to be far more serious. Others would argue and say that I'm wrong. And I'm not even saying that I'm right. I'm just simply giving you my perspective on it. Where I try the ultimatum and not a way where as it ultimatum just be like, listen, this is happening. Like I have to continue this. Do you think maybe you don't have to say that, but just like see if you can get her to do the tester trip for like two weeks here town and if it doesn't work, you're already in the town and she can go back to wherever she's from and love.

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

02:12 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"The lane won. I get what he is, the offense of mine. If I were, if I were the shareholders of a company we had to name a new CEO, lane kiffin wouldn't be my first choice. To bring in our brows, maybe keep the tires on him. See what he's up to? No, I don't think I don't know if Mel Tucker would leave Michigan state after a year. I loved him when he was a Colorado or whenever I would hear him speak. I'd be like, holy shit. And then I had a couple guys when I tweeted something about him, even when he was a Colorado who played for him or like, you're not wrong about Mel. But Michigan state is a really, there's 5 jobs, LSU's one of the 5 Michigan states a great job. It's not LSU. I don't want to get into Michigan state fans. I don't think he would leave after just one year. But these guys are all mercenaries anyway. So that would be one of the names. I'm cool with the Bill O'Brien thing because I actually think what he did at Penn State is incredible. It couldn't be a higher grade for me for him at Penn State, considering what he was inheriting, and what was going on with that program. What he did is almost as impressive as winning the Big Ten. So and I think everybody Bill O'Brien became like the village idiot on Twitter forever and it was like people were treating him like they were going two and 14. But they're also came a point where like when Hopkins didn't like him and I'd heard deshaun didn't like him that it's like, okay, so what's up with your personality when two of the best players at their positions can't fucking stand you? Like what's going on there? Even though I think he's still more successful than people want to seem to admit, because every night Bill O'Brien going to call wrong on Thursday Night Football. It was a hundred people saying he's the worst guy that's ever been on the sideline. And I think that's a little unfair. Yeah, well, once again, never hurts to have a pro coach man, but look, look, let's see, maybe maybe hey bro not in three, let's fucking go. Maybe you know like let's go, you meet Capital One bowl. Yeah, yeah, 9 and three, let's fucking go, man. Who knows, bro, it's gonna start this week. This week is to turn around. This week, get it Tiger fans. Whoo. Thanks,.

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

04:52 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"The Ron Mercer recall. That was good. Walter mccarty at tight end. Sorry. Give me which high schools you go to in Baton Rouge. I went to McKinley. What is it like going? I'm afraid we thought we had a good time in college in Vermont, and then I brought a bunch of college buddies down to Baton Rouge for a game and they were just like, we're so embarrassed that anyone gives us any credit for being a fun school after walking around this. We just looked at each other and go, how do you go to school here? How do you go to school here? The question I have here, how do you go to high school in that town? What the hell is that experience like? Well, it's interesting for me because McKinley is literally right around the corner for bell issue. McKinley's right there, you can see the legs from our baseball field. And then the school is essentially in south Baton Rouge. So I mean, you come out you hit highland, you go right up there, you're at LSU. Going to high school in Baton Rouge is one of those memorable things of my entire life. Number one, the culture of the city is obviously New Orleans culture is unique in a way, but Baton Rouge culture is unique in a completely different way. It's the biggest small town in America. Everybody knows everyone, at least one or two people removed. And that means you're just a step away from being a pariah or a legend. And that's a fine line to walk as a 17 year old, right? Like when you hit your high school, you hear rumors about guys who go there, oh my God, there's widely Kirby. Mark young used to go here. Like, there's all kinds of in fighting for athletes, like in south Baton Rouge, a guy like Darius guy, so I know we're not supposed to talk about but the fucking guy was good at football. There is guys was in the neighborhood of the bottom where my mom and my grandma and them from. But then he goes to Catholic high. That's something that always is a big talking point. There's always a tribe that you have in Baton Rouge. There's always somebody that's trying to take what it is that you have. It's a very competitive place to grow up. It's very competitive town. And right there, you see dreams come true. You see guys that you know from the neighborhood, the guys that you know that the place was like Faraday and west Monroe and Lee's Bill, you see them star. You see them on the news, you see them on ESPN. It's just different. It's a place that you know that you're far away from whatever glitz and glamour that LA or New York might have. But you see guys who went to your high school and then all of a sudden, they're playing for Tampa Bay. Like Michael Clayton, or guys who are like, right there with you, then all of a sudden, they're a star for the Dallas Cowboys, like Marcus spears. So people in Baton Rouge have big dreams. You know, they have big dreams even though it's not a place where there's one specific industry that exists that would make you really want to move there. So in high school, when you were in Baton Rouge and it's kind of a renaissance of personalities around it now, you have guys like, you know, by myself, you have blue sea, you have market spears doing well. You have Ryan Clark, who's not from Baton Rouge, but is a big part of the community there, Kevin gaetz. From all over different loss of life, you see people doing things. It's a place where people have gigantic dreams. And in high school, like you're being told like, yo, you're competing with the guys that go to LSU and southern, like next year you're gonna have to be good enough to take their spots. And that's gonna be your way out of this town. So I love it there. I was just back there. This summer, not under the best circumstances, but still, I still love my hometown. I still love my hometown. I think my whole town over any city in the fucking world. There's also an element too towns of all how they evolve with transitional and population and industry and all these different things. But this after Katrina, it's basically become a city that is forever changed by migration and yet when you're there and I've spent time on non game days there where you're like, this town is almost overwhelmed, and this is just what it is now. Is that like the infrastructure, when you go from one side of the town to the other side of the sound, you're like before the population bump, this town was still kind of stressed. And now this is kind of the everyday deal with Baton Rouge and that that's kind of one of the identifying things about it that it's this town that it's never been kind of able to handle everything that's happened since people have moved. Is that fair? Yeah, well, what I say about Baton Rouge is what's happening there right now is a reflection of what's happening in really cities all over America, which is there's there seems to be it's a tweener, right?.

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

06:30 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"You take jobs for those who don't know when off seasons come and you have different openings coming up. And a lot of coaches, personnel, guys, they have options. It's not just, okay, man, I need a job. This guy gave me a job. Okay, you get to go with your family. I've got an opportunity to go coach in Minnesota, Tampa and Vegas for whatever reason. And you can't look at it. Okay, well, we're taking the kids out of school. So we want to find the most secure thing. So our daughter is entering 9th grade, we want to see when we get her through high school. And you look at this situation, and you're like, okay, well John Green's got a ten year contract. He's got the most job security of any coach in the NFL like he's not going anywhere. So you take that job. And so this is like 40 50 families that that's going to impact because of the actions that he took. I mean, it's just he just was, you know, he led a lot of people down and he cost a lot of people. I just can't even begin to tell you how much strife that's going to cause. Daniel junior Maya, at move the sticks, if you want to follow him on Twitter and move the sticks podcast with Bucky Brooks, man. Thanks for checking in. We'll do it again. Appreciate your man. I got a text, the DM the other day, I said, hey, I want to come on podcast, and it was from van lathan, who joins us now, make sure you check out his podcast hired learning with Rachel Lindsay. And our event, what did you need to get off your chest? Because you were fired up the other day. Really, well, thank you, Ryan. Really, it's been a wacky and wild college football season number one for me as an LSU fan. It's been very interesting, but also, I'm obsessed with Spencer rattles career. Okay, all right. Give me the origin of this obsession. The best football ball show on television is the origin of this obsession. QB one be on the lights. I followed the QB one beyond the lights kids like they're my own kids. All right, I followed them and I keep up with them. I check in with them. To make sure that they're doing, okay. And I think Spencer Rattler is the most unique of the QB one kids today. So you've had a lot of success stories from it. You have from, come from the show, fields come from the show. You've had some big time flameouts. Take martel came from the show. Yes, mother guys just kind of went away, Bowers, and now you have heartman who's at wake forest playing really, really well. Under sort of disgust cube one talent. But rattler is the most interesting because he was the closest to tape martell to me when he was in high school, like a legit talented dick. We all knew these guys in high school, right? We all knew these guys in football practice. You're like doing extra reps and trying to get to where you are and then some do walks over and go. I've ran in 6 days. Watch how easy this is. That was sprinter rattler. But you thought is that swag? Gonna take him to Heisman levels. Is he gonna be Johnny manziel in college or is he going to be Tate martell? And he sort of now been at this part being I don't know he's been like Johnny martell or tape manziel, it's interesting because he played his fucking ass off last year, right? Played his ass off, and now he's at the crossroads of what many would consider to be one of the most embattled careers in all of college football. And I don't know how to feel about spitzer rattler. I just wanted to know are all my QB one people are all my college football maniacs like me. Feeling as conflicted for this guy's career as I am. He's a child of the show, so I wanted to do well. But also, is it special rather a dickhead? Is he? Yes. He is. Okay, so this is what you were slowly losing. I can't know you. I think, you know, well enough to know that I would think you would hate rattler. After watching him on the show, because he was an asshole on the show. Now, as I get older, and this is one of the early van pelt things that I learned. When I first started with him, I was 33, 34 or something. And so I was still in that mode where if a college kid screwed up, I'd be like, oh, this guy sucks or whatever, whatever. And then I would notice she was always nicer about it. And I'd be like, is it because you're nice? And he just said, look, I have a hard time beating up on college kids. You could do it your way. I'll do it my way. And van pelt's like, I don't know 7 8 years older than me. As I've gotten older, now I kind of get it. I wouldn't do a podcast at my age now, the way I would have done it in my early 30s, I would have been like, rattler's a dick and I'm glad he sucks and I'm glad he got benched and you know, I've just never gonna feel that way about a college kid anymore because I get older. But if you watch that episode or the season of QB one with him in it, I'd have to imagine the number of people that watched that show that saw him get benched this past weekend that that number of people that were happy that had happened is a much larger number than the group that feels bad for him. Yeah, probably right. Now there's another sort of ingredient into that as well. Growing up in Baton Rouge where I did, you kind of saw what it was like to be a big time college football player. We'd be in France, partying, you know what I mean? Reggie's fresh, shout out to taco land. We're doing our thing. And all of a sudden, game day 6. Rohan Devi would walk in there and it would be like Jesus Christ was inside of the place. All right. Oh, how you doing? Josh Reed. Oh my God, that's Josh Reed. That's Josh Reed and girls are going crazy. Like he's fucking Michael Jackson or something like that. And that's just a lot to be that big of a fish in that small of a town. And it's even worse in a lot of high school places, right? So I understand that. I think the thing about rattler's personality that that gives me is not so much whether or not I want to bang out on him. He is a kid, but it's more so whether or not he's going to be able to overcome his personality to become the quarterback that he is obviously.

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"If you have to bounce outside to the right or the left, they're happy to have you do that because now they've just eliminated 50% of the field that they have to defend with your athleticism and your arm strength. So that to me has been different. It used to be you'd watch these games like, oh man, there you go, so you got outside contain again. And they're now you've got a second level defender who's kind of there waiting for him. They've got everybody's got linebackers that can fly. I saw that in the charger game. Like Denzel pyramid was a really good player. He's a good linebacker, but he's not super explosive. So there were so many third and tens were mahomes would escape and get outside left or right. And he would just beat him to beat him to the marker and Denzel payment couldn't get there. Now you've got Kaiser white as a former college safety. Drew tranquil is a low four 5 guy. They were able to suck him up once he once he took off and tried to get outside of the perimeter. But I just thought it was it's just been fascinating to watch right because it's just, hey, if you want to balance the right or left, we don't care. We can not let you climb up in the pocket. That's what we can not happen. Yeah, because you're seeing with mahomes, like everything right now is tyreek hill, right? That's real, that is we saw it against the bills. You mentioned that there were the charges that there's an absolute sellout to prevent this deep ball that opens up everything else. Because I was always told the chiefs that was explained like their emphasis on attacking you at all three levels is like any it's just unlike anything we've ever seen. Yeah. But when you can play with man technique underneath and you kind of trail those guys and then you can have safeties over the top. I mean, they're begging you to run the ball. I mean, they're just begging you to do it. And it's going to require patients and physicality. I think they actually, in my opinion, I think they're offensive lines of better run blocking offensive line than they are past blocking offense flying. Bring over Orlando Brown is a really good run blocker. I don't think he's an elite left tackle past protector. Joe Tunis a good all around player. He can all people in the run game. Trey Smith is a mauler in the run game. I think he's still a little bit raw and past protection. But with the defensive structure, they're seeing on a weekly basis and the makeup of their offensive line, they should. I mean, as much as he could throw it, they have to run people out of that look. If they don't, they're going to see this each and every week. I opened the podcast up with, you know, I've watched them a homes games. Statistically, they're actually still better stats than I think people would realize. We're not used to some of the sloppier picks with him because he could play loose, but was also still clean, and now he's loose and forcing a little bit. I think it's because of the defense. But I'm just not ready to hear another quarterback that is taken over his reign. Where are you with mahomes in comparison to the rest of the league at that position? Well, I mean, he's still has the ability to do things that other guys can't do. I mean, there's just some of the, for lack of a better word, the elastic throws that he makes that are just ridiculous. The one thing I would say though is that I think that with Herbert Josh Allen, you get right there next to him in terms of being able to do those things. And because of the teams that they play on, they aren't, they aren't getting crossing that line into the reckless area that mahomes can find himself in. So if we're saying in a vacuum, just watching guys this year, yeah, I think you put those guys in his class, absolutely. But obviously, you got to look at the whole body working with mahomes is done and the success he's had. So I think he's still he's a top guy. But I don't think it's, I don't think it's sacrilegious to include those other guys in the conversation. And Lamar is his own Lamar's his own deal. I mean, nobody just plays the game like he plays the game. And he's continuing to get better as a passer. So he's, you know, he's like, he doesn't even belong in the conversation. He's like his own entity. How many quarterbacks would you take if you were starting a team? Because we understand how important the position is before you take Aaron Donald. Oh gosh. I put you on the spot here. Yeah, no, I mean, well, I mean, we just the guys we just mentioned, let me look at some mahomes. Herbert, yeah, I would take Herbert, Allen. I would take Alan. Lamar, I would take Lamar. That would take I was just gonna say dak, yeah. And then, you know, then you get into like the age stuff. Obviously Rogers, you know, right. Right. If we were doing it for a year for 5. Yeah, yeah, no, if you're doing it for a long period of time, but I mean, I would say there's no more than probably 8 maybe 8 rounds around that number, 7 or 8. I would take Kyler, yeah. Okay, what are you seeing now with Kyler and what that offense.

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Wife that's going to have to be addressed, you know, she's going to want to be in a certain market, and he's going to want to help his wife. Which is not going to be in Seattle. I was joking the other day. I go, you know, they went 12 and four and we started hearing hints about him wanting out. So what's going to happen to Seattle ends up out of the playoffs in a 500 team, and that defense is a mess that we'll see. I would want to go with Russell Wilson because I think whoever brings in Rogers, you have to give him kind of the LeBron treatment. If you're bringing in Rogers, you're basically saying you get to do whatever you want. We'll do whatever you want. We'll bring in a couple of your buddies and put them on the 53 man. We'll run whatever you want. And that's fine. And but there's certain teams that are quarterback desperate enough with what's happened in the last few years, they're going to say to Rogers, you can do whatever you want. The Desean part is the best option from a talent standpoint. But, you know, I don't know if it comes with that. Yeah. What's the reaction is Philadelphia? Is the Vic part of his return in Philadelphia? Is that something where you can say, hey, our fan base will get over it and we'll be able to go ahead and but I still think there's so many unanswerable questions with Desean, where I don't know. It's fascinating because this is their one chance to kind of catch the lottery ticket, you know, if they're going to go get a quarterback, they've loaded up an ammunition to do it this year. So, and I don't think as we've discussed at the draft is going to be the answer for the Philadelphia Eagles to solve their quarterback problems. My thing is when you look at kind of where their roster is right now, I think they're probably you're looking at two years to get to a championship level. So is Rogers going to want to come into that situation either. So that would make that even could be a bad fit there with him. So I think I agree with you. I think Russell would be the one that would make the most sense. And from proximity with Philadelphia to New York with his wife, I mean, is that would that fit the bill in terms of getting her where she needs to be? Well, it wasn't named in one of the trade demands that weren't trade demands, right? Well, that just disappeared, by the way. You would have thought that was enough you could have fed off that story for the whole off season. Then I think the roger stuff happened like right after that. And then the Russell Wilson, these are the teams that will be traded to stories gone. By the way, let's Vegas and we Chicago, right? Vegas was in there. Chicago was in there for sure. Because Vegas was from what I'd heard the hope that she could get like an in house show. Like, was New Orleans one for some reason? Essence, I don't know. Yeah, the festival. Hold on. Russell Wilson trade demands. We're doing this live. Yeah. I dig it up, pull it up, man. Okay. He would be open to being traded to the cowboys, raiders, saints or bears. Great call in New Orleans. Yeah, I don't know why the New Orleans one kind of was out of left field. Well, I think the music scene down there. Okay. Potentially. Because if you're wondering, wait, why raiders? And you're like, no, because of the white. I'm surprised this hasn't been picked up more. Well, I think as you see them start to continue to pile up losses, especially with him out of the lineup. Maybe this gets resurfaced courtesy of your pod. Right. I'm just trying to think of like other places to be like, you know, Montreal's in play, and you're like, wait, but maybe this is all right. Give me something on what you're seeing now in the film prep against the mobile quarterbacks because one of the things I like about the fourth down stuff that we're seeing because some of it I don't like, but it's not just all numbers driven. We have better players now with the ball in their hands on fourth down, better athletes, the best athletes we've ever seen at the position. So what are teams doing? Yeah, it's fascinating, man. I mean, there's so much too high safety stuff that's going on to try and kind of put that umbrella on top of the top of the defense there and that's kind of the first part of it. But I think like watching the Chargers play the chiefs and then seeing how other teams are playing the chiefs and then you see it how some teams are trying to defend against buffalo and what they're doing. And you see a lot of the same things, which is so much attention to being focused on the back end and what coverage you're playing and where the safeties are. But to me, the fascinating thing has been the rush plan with more and more teams just saying, hey, we're going to rush for. And then it's how you rush your four. Like the cardinal sin when you're playing against these quarterbacks and you talk to defensive coaches, they'll tell you this is that you can not get caught up the field. That is like the number one thing. Do not get caught up the field. If in other words, if you have gone past the depth of the quarterback, you are dead. Because these quarterbacks are so athletic, they're going to be able to climb up and press the line of scrimmage and now when they are shoulder squared climbing moving forward with their athleticism and the arm strength of these guys. They can access anywhere in the field. The whole field is wide open. You can not defend that much grass when these guys are climbing up into the pocket, shoulder square to line of scrimmage. So in other words, they're saying, okay, we're going to try and we're going to try and collapse and the pocket. We're going to try and crush the pocket. But we're not going to get cut off field and in the meantime, if that means that you can escape contain we've always got to keep these mobile quarterbacks contained and keep them locked in the pocket. They don't really care about that as much anymore..

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"You know, it's just it's one of those deals where even with Herbert, I hear it all the time now. Like, oh, you know, everybody got it wrong. I always think it'd be kind of funny. If you had a talk show host that was epically wrong about ten quarterbacks over a decade, then he should run an NFL team. It's only ten. If epically wrong about one top quarterback every year and was right about the rest of them for a decade, you should be running a team. So Herbert, it's funny because that became way more of a personality thing. It was, and he just wasn't doing the second thing. I think that was I'll push back on that because I think the personality thing was a media thing that got out there and when I talked to teams, it wasn't as much that didn't really bother them as much. She knows all to always have been in Eugene. He's never left Eugene. How is he going to relate to players? Because everything you got from Oregon and talking to coaches and staff up there was that this guy got along with everybody and everybody liked him and that they didn't think that was going to be a problem. For me, it was just it was such a crappy offense that he was in. And it was just bubble screens and it was they just beat it into him. Do not turn the ball over. We're going to run the ball. We're going to play defense and the formula worked. I mean, their job was to win football games there. But they did not feature him at all, and it was he was just a little cautious and reserved with the way that he played. And that to me, you know, it was one of the things that bothered a lot of teams. Now everybody still only punished them up to a point. I mean, I don't know anybody that said, this guy's not a, you know, a top 20 pick. I mean, everybody had them in that range. Yeah, no, you're right. You still went top ten, man. It's not like everybody here hated you. I still think some teams are a little and I always felt like too, because you know, I watched them closer than some of the other teams. He would be quarter by quarter. He has some quarters. You go, okay, this guy's going to be the number one pick. And then the next quarter you go, okay, what just happened here? What is going on? And it felt like you were expecting this jump in the next year and then it actually didn't happen. So, you know, look, whatever. You had to gain last night, though. Brady in the eagles. I actually want to talk about the hurts part of this because I think every fan base as we'd expect is very selfish. And so when hertz struggles again, since that week one where it looked like they did a great job tailoring the offense around them and it may just been the opponent now, right? Yeah. I see hertz on Thursday night and I see the exact same guy that lost his job at Alabama, where it's one read, and then he runs. And yet the stats are saying, look how much he's running. It's the offense. It's Siri ani. It's the play calling. And I'm like, well, then if you think this is the play calling, because Jalen hurts is running too long, then you didn't watch him enough in college. And I think what happens is is the fan base still has hope that he could be the guy so they want to blame anyone but the quarterback. In a selfish motivation of hoping that it's not the quarterback that they're going to have to replace again. That's just the theory. Yeah, and look, the defense, it just puts more onus on the defense to be able to play at a high level to keep games in a certain way. Because once they got once they got into chase mode last night, you know, they got aided by pass interference penalty. But when they're in chase mode, and everybody in the stadium knows you're going to throw. It's just going to be difficult because he's just not he's just not comfortable yet in that role. And we're talking about this a little bit before we start rhyme, but he's he bails out of way too many clean pockets. Now you can show the highlights and I'm sure those will be the plays that will populate of him getting clean run throughs and having to roll out. But I could show you a dozen place where he's got clean pockets and he's drifting and bailing out to the right unnecessarily. And now you've just restricted your options, man. There's just this there's only so much you can do once you do that and you're kind of falling right into the defense's hand. So he just doesn't look comfortable working in the middle of the field at this point in time. Everything is out in the perimeter, and he doesn't look comfortable sitting and hanging in the pocket. I would agree. I mean, he ends up it feels like he's got one read on the sideline as he just you nailed it though. Like my picture, my image, my blink image of hertz is slowly rolling out to the right, deciding, is this guy in the sideline going to get free or should I just run? And that is too much what the Osborne becomes. And then even last night when they're down 28 14, they start to run the football and people like see, now you have balance, you're like, okay, that wasn't there. That's not what it was. Bailing out of there. Like you can't go on the 28 14 drive when they run it down Tampa's throats think that that was there all night. You can't run straight at Tampa. We've already seen people try to do it. It doesn't really work. I think they have real real issues and then they just move to earth too, by the way. So he goes there Arizona. I mean, they've got a boatload of picks. They are loaded for next year. So I'll ask you this question. If you, if you have a chance, if you're Howie roseman, you probably get a chance for one more quarterback. If we assume that Jalen, you know, they decide to move on from jail and try and get somebody. You have all these graphics. This is the year you have to do it. And you could parlay take these picks. Do you try and I guess this is pretty obvious answer. But if you could say, okay, Rogers potentially could be available. Russell Wilson, you know, is the name that you hear out there and then Desean. When you factor in age factor and everything involved, who would you at least take the swing for if you're the Philadelphia Eagles? Wow, you asked me a very complicated question. If Wilson is willing because I think there's a market demand for him and his.

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

05:47 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Yes, Giannis could win an MVP this year, and maybe that would make him after the title, a title where, again, again, it can't let this get out of my head that a title where halfway through that net series you're like, what are they doing on offense? I can't believe the bucks looked as bad again. And then they beat Phoenix and 6 or miraculous comeback with that one. It's not that Giannis is a bad answer. It's just that he's one of many options at the top. NBA teams is probably 6 or 7 teams. We don't have a warriors again this year. It might be the Brooklyn Nets on paper if Kyrie were there, but I think you'll allow me some hesitation on saying the nets are clearly the best thing when they haven't won the title yet, even though a lot of people are going to go ahead and pick them. We already did the NFL and we did the quarterbacks. If we did college football and it were before bam a lost at a and M, bammel would probably be the answer. Bama would be the answer if they were undefeated right now of all the sports that we talk about again on this podcast. What is the undisputed king in comparison to all the other teams and other leagues, it's probably Bama. But when they lose to a and M and I'm telling you, look bad defensively against a and M and look bad defensively against Florida in a close win against the Gators team that's okay. I don't think they're great. I have real hesitation about bam. And again, it's not like it's the same players every single year and it's a team that's one titles at the same people and there's a little bit of a regular season blip. It's new players, there's turn over there so we could be staring at a band of team that right now with all the expectation and only one loss. We're saying, hey, there's still going to be in the playoffs. We're like, oh, wait, what happened? They ended up 9 and three. Baseball, do you want to do a little baseball? It's probably Mike Trout, but the best player on the team this year was his teammate of Tommy. Mookie betts was considered the second best. We're not doing that. If we want to go hardcore baseball stats, this season, the top guys, Correia simian and Juan Soto who I love, but you get the point. If I wanted to do best pitcher in baseball, those years where it was Clayton Kershaw, despite the playoff problems, or it was a Pedro Martinez going back to the years where I loved it. He's the best pitcher I've ever seen. He didn't get any pushback. If you said Pedro, nobody else is offering up somebody else and if they were, they were wrong. I could name 8 pictures, but that's the point of I can name 8. I'm not really naming any. I still feel like it's mahomes a quarterback. But the conversation is clearly changed. If it's not Bama, if it's not mahomes, if it's not anyone in baseball, if there isn't one NBA player that's ahead of everybody else, if there isn't one team that feels warriors ish because there isn't. If there's one conclusion that I can come up with the guy that you say, hey, he's the best. I should probably just go to the other side of the ball and the NFL and say, or and Donald. Because if you still say Aaron Donald's the best defensive player in the league, despite maybe the PFF grades can be week to week. If you say, hey, he's the best. He's done it the longest he earned the title. This isn't an overnight thing. There's not really anyone that's challenged him long enough to be considered the conversation. I think Donald's the answer if you're saying who in the major sports is the undisputed best, whether team or player, it's probably a guy that plays defense. Great guest every time he comes on, Daniel Jeremiah moves the 6 podcast and Thursday Night Football with Bucky Brooks last night. Great, joy Taylor as well. And I know you've got a big cast for long and a bunch of other names and not going to be able to get to all of them. So let's start with kind of the headline thing though, because I want to do the draft stuff first here. I know it's early. You have done all your work. Where did you have Spencer Rattler in your first mock? 45. Yeah, so I watched him over the summer. I have to do a mock fortunately. So just when I watched him over the summer I watched him, Ryan, I said, he's not in the same class as the other Oklahoma quarterbacks. You know, the last three guys that we've seen, and that's including Jalen. I didn't think he was in that group. And to me, when you kind of look at upside of what he could be, I was like, okay, this guy has like a best case scenario. This is a Jeff Garcia type player, you know? That's the absolute ceiling for him. So I know some, I guess Mark grafts came out and had him going as like the first overall pick and he got a lot of buzz and a lot of hype. I feel bad for him, but it has to do the Mark drafts that early. But I didn't really see him is that level of guy. He was so raw. His it just was nothing that jumped out to me and he wasn't a special enough athlete to be able to lean into that while you're continuing to develop all the other areas of your game. Okay, so you didn't, yeah, because you're right. I mean, look, their websites and, you know, being friends with mcshay and know how much he hates doing the 12 to right after heat the 21 draft is over. You start kind of throwing some names out there. I don't think, by the way, with his recruiting and the attention on it, him seeing himself number one in a mock versus seeing himself 31st. I still think you were getting the same kit. I know some people would disagree with that. No, I think you were still going to get the same kid. And now he's benched. So, okay, all right, so the rest of the class. Like is this, you know, I'll use another example here. When I do the NBA draft stuff, you start talking to people too far out. Everybody tells you the draft sucks and let's get racial draft. We knew this past draft was deep, but it's closer to the more people like it. We are right now in the phase of this is a really bad quarterback class draft. Correct? Yeah, that seems to be the consensus when you talk to people around the league. This is not the year. So is there anyone that you like? Is there anyone that you feel again, there's a lot of work to do here, but is there somebody that you at least see this early part on where you're like, you know, this guy might be the guy that's the head of everybody else. Yeah, just, you know, from a couple games that I've seen haven't done enough work on them, but you know, the guys that interests me corral interests me. I did him over the summer, and I thought, okay, this guy has like there's some Zach Wilson qualities to him. I thought he could kind of be on that Ascension with a good year..

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"This is a good time on defense. So we know that there are a mess there. I mean josh. Allen had nine completions for two sixty one in this game at one point The other part of this. That i think last night and i've noticed it at other times and i'm trying not to play. The results are too much because some of the mahomes numbers are still really good but he had six picks last year he had five picks in two thousand nineteen on the seasons got six picks already and i'm wondering if he's reverting back to the texas tech mahomes that i saw that i knew had a huge arm but i was like what's up the decision-making again it's not that because that was a very radical quarterback. It was a very skilled quarterback in college but it was very rat and so when he got drafted. I was like you know. Like i say with a lot of quarterbacks are gonna. I like don't know i'm like man. He he threw some stupid balls and then he explains it afterwards and goes well. I had to because we're giving up like sixty week and like wow. This guy's not only really good. He's really smart and everybody likes them all those attributes. So this isn't a what's going on with mahomes as if the previous couple years were flu because we're still one offsides away from this guy. Being in three straight super bowls are and the fact that even with last year's disappointing defense. I keep repeating this in the games mahomes started. Kansas city was so bad on defense they went fourteen and one in his starts and so he is somebody who i'm gonna have a really hard time ever quitting and i'm just telling now i'm not quitting. I'm not taking josh allen ahead of them all right but there seemed to be some either frustration throws or desperation throws or just some looseness to his game that when it was loose it always worked and now i see a quarterback who's who's just playing a little bit more desperate that's led to more mistakes when before he could do whatever he wanted he could still play loose and do no look passes and everybody loved it because it didn't matter because the margin for error was so much greater back then and now it is buffalo's aggressive with the passing game. They don't necessarily need to run it. We're gonna see what they're gonna this stretch over the next five weeks they play. I think the third easiest stretch of quarterbacks they're gonna have a terrific record. Yes i think there's a part of this were maybe the chiefs correct. Some things that will save that win at arrowhead was when kansas city was at its rock bottom or maybe kansas city never figures it out on defense and buffalo's playing a super bowl representing the afc. Okay out of the mahomes discussion. I want i want to bring this up. I mean cerruti and we're thinking about keeping track of these and then ranking and then see which ones could jump up on the fox pregame show jimmy johnson said he'd take justin herber over mahomes and i guess strahan agreed with them Let's not lose our minds here. All right and herbert's amazing charges afford one. They had the weird loss against dallas. They went to forty seven. Forty two shootout. With cleveland He's got eleven touchdowns zero picks clean sheet. The last three games since that. We're loss against dallas. Read two picks up one of the red zone there. Were i think they show that he'd never thrown a red zone. Pick and as soon as a graphic goes up you know what happens But the other side of this that i want to bring up is just cleveland. Because cleveland's sitting here three and two going you know. The chiefs loss was a game where they couldn't do anything with possessions. The bears game was a blow. It was a disaster The vikings game last week was weird. Where i felt like what's going on with these second half positions and then the chargers game where they've scored forty two points all right in there. Michener left tackle odell by the way. I don't have any of you. Guys are watching browns games every single possession browns fans that listen to sugar. He's a mess. I mean it's just drops. i know. Baker missed him for a touchdown two weeks ago against minnesota and that was on baker on that throw but odell is not exactly bringing it so. I don't know if we're going to sit down with him in little nauseous talking about baker a quarterback but i look forward to that one. But here's what. I've noticed with baker and i had researched. Look this up but if you go first. Quarter completion rate bakers almost eighty percent second quarter sixty percent. Third quarters eight percents all right here. We go in the fourth quarter. It's by far his worst. Completion percentage of fifty five percent. And if you look at his qb rating by quarter. It's one ten eighty eight one thirty three and then seventy six in the fourth quarter for baker so they had fifteen points. I believe in the second half yesterday against the chargers. So we can't she's me. They had twenty two points in the second half against shirt so it was like this. This offense villa park. Nick jobs a big part of this as always one sixty one. His fourth quarter numbers are incredible. But cleveland did have two possessions in the last three minutes where they twenty five yards. One was a three and out. When was the eight plays on downs. Twenty one yards something like that. I don't know if that's a baker thing. I don't know if that's a. Hey we actually can't just hand off chubb here because it's a passing league and we're trying to we're trying to figure but it just feels like some of these positions and again i don't know if it's a real thing i don't know if it's something where we're going to go a baker can't do it late but the numbers are showing you if you're watching these games it's showing you that like. This is a real issue at this point and by the way just wanted to point out too that the the browns had a ninety four percent win probability in that game they lose go to three and to not writing them off just noticing some of the stuff that baker light. Coming up we're gonna talk with. Trent dilfer another visit for guy his beyond the x. Knows podcast out. We'll go beyond here..

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

06:32 min | 10 months ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"The promo code ryan. The biggest headline matchup was buffalo. A kansas city. That was kind of the game. I think a lot of us were looking at and the headline that i take away from the bills are the best team in the afc. Now charges fans. I'd imagine you're going to push back on that a little bit. that's fine. I totally understand That's that's fair and you might end up being right after this is all said and done but baltimore's i think good not great. We're still trying to figure out the hell's going on with tennessee As far as the rest of the divisions. I don't really know what to make the south after them. I mean to culture in second place are one and three las vegas. Now's lost two in a row three and two There's really nothing in the afc east. It scares you here. And i think cleveland could make an argument. The nope we should. We really be three until. We're going to get to cleveland in the charges here in a little bit and their shootout from yesterday but if i have one headline it's that right now. The bills are the best team in the afc. Their foreign one with that one loss against pittsburgh got one loss against pittsburgh even watching a game. It was kind of weird. So i'm not really that worried about it. In the first half the bills average twelve yards per play in the first half at one point. Josh allen had nine completions right he had completed nine passes for two hundred sixty one yards. We'll get to the chiefs defense here a little bit. Because the showdown was what's going to happen in the homes alan And we know how bad that she defense has been that. I do have some time that i want to spend on that so we could look back on this result in a few weeks. Think oh wait. Everybody was all over the bills but what. They didn't realize that the schedules really easy and they beat chief team. That's been the worst. They've been all season long. If the chiefs can figure out a way to improve themselves. Defensively i mean this is a bad chiefs defense but there are also missing their best player chris jones and ward one of the other starting corners. So that's not going to help you. And it was a weird game on top everything else but it just wasn't close it just didn't he didn't watch any going other than the mahomes factor. You're thinking all right. Well whatever mahomes are going to get back into this. And i'll admit. I even thought that was going to happen The roughing the passer. Play on josh allen although the roughing the passer mahomes was in that great of a called either but kansas city picks it. And you're like all right. Is this going to get weird here. And then it didn't because they got the penalty and the bills. Pull away in this thing all right so if we look at the bills renewed defensively. I don't know that it was the personnel. It felt like some things we correct from. Twenty twenty but it wasn't some amazing defensive line offensive line teen well. Maybe the offensive line being issue against a better defensive team but it hasn't been to this point the defensive line there's talent everywhere starla to delays back for so the first round pick The kid out of miami that was receiver in high school. That had the pick off to the left side They have a top corner. They have good linebackers. They're missing milano last line of top everything else and as i mentioned they have a number one receiver and with josh allen. Who again. I'm not going to go crazy here the monday after the win. And say i. I'd rather have been the homes but he's in the group like he's in that i hear right. He's in that first year of guys so you add all that up and you're like okay. Well how good are the bills really when you look at opposing schedule. Well here's what we know they're doing. They're killing everybody. They beat their point. Differential is plus one. Oh wait that's number one in the nfl. By forty two points ahead of only the arizona cartons so in a league where you'll be sitting there watching the one o'clock window games close because i know it happens to me every sunday where i'm like. Wait this is a one possession game but what's wait. This is this is a game when he like. How was this team even in it. Because that's really what this league is. That's what the product is and why we love it and why the gambling part of it is so hard is because there's just all these things can happen team because a fourteen nothing we act with. Its not really just two zero and we're just like well how. How did this team back into this game. And then it's always one of my biggest pet peeves. When a losing coach previous season goes six and ten whatever these we had nine one score losses just like so what everybody has like half half your going gonna come down to a one possession loss and with the case of the bills. Okay fine schedules. Easy defensive numbers off the charts because of the opponent. At least we know defensively. It's improved at least we know defensively the resources that they've put into the defense The defensive line draft picks that they've added up that some of these guys are gonna work out. And if you're just destroying your opponent's that's all you need to do in the nfl to prove it because it just doesn't happen that much and on top of the division being a mess new england. They'll have weeks with impressive and they have a week where they almost lost a houston. Miami's way worse than i think we thought they would be. And nobody's going to be scared of the jets even if the jets defensively have times. I'm telling you right now. Good defenses in the first month with no hope of quarterback those defenses. Don't play the way the same way in the second half of the season they don't they're just going to get sick of it like we have no chance to win. And they're not gonna play with the same intensity at abbot of the denver broncos for years near trying to figure out anything postman so if you look at the new england blueprint the playbook for them. It was it was beat up on the division getting some single elimination football and if the bills do that they're like i'd rather play three week opponents. Six times stay clean not not be beat up like so many other teams because even a month plus in some of the things we think will be right but it won't matter because teams are gonna have massive interests. That's that's the survival of nfl season. It's not hey what happened to that team other than will. They're missing six guys. That played major snaps. And that's a big deal and if your opponents are as bad as the rest of the afc buffalo gives you a better chance to stay clean throughout now. Let's look at the kansas city side of this because know we knew we knew that kansas city was bad defensively. I mean we've been talking about it off last year. But then i'd always bring it up and go you know mike sando had these numbers where it was like. No one wins when you're defensive. Output is this below a certain threshold and kansas city. Still was almost five hundred with the worst performing defenses and now the problem is they're having some of the worst defensive performances by game they've ever had during the mahomes era. I went through every opponent yards allowed per play so yards per play allowed by the opponent defensively. Kansas city's last in the nfl allowing seven point one yards per play. I went all the way back to the two thousand three season. Which is this one. Sort that i was able to find because i couldn't go back prior to that. Nobody's nobody's like there's only one team that's close to allowing what kansas city is allowing right now defensively so all the way back to the two thousand three season. Nobody's worse than what. Kansas city is right now And again yes. Some of it is a slight evolution of the game and more yards on stuff. But i mean nobody's watching this going. Hey this is good..

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Boomer: Brooks 2 late TDs, No. 6 Oklahoma beats Texas 55-48

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Boomer: Brooks 2 late TDs, No. 6 Oklahoma beats Texas 55-48

"Kennedy Brooks thirty three yard touchdown run with three seconds left gives number six Oklahoma fifty five forty eight come from behind victory over number twenty one Texas in the Red River showdown the Longhorns let forty one twenty three late the third quarter Brooks rushes for two hundred seventeen yards and two scores while you backup quarterback Caleb Williams replaces Spencer rattler in the second quarter throws for two hundred eleven yards and two touchdowns to Marvin mims who was impressed with the day from Brooks well watching around you never goes down you know first to tackle them may I put my money on it he's gonna break yeah I just special by a special guy Texas quarterback Casey Thompson throws five touchdown passes with two going to save your worthy recorded nine catches for two hundred and sixty one yards I'm Mike Reeves

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No. 6 OU leans on Rattler, video review to top K-State 37-31

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00:32 sec | 11 months ago

No. 6 OU leans on Rattler, video review to top K-State 37-31

"Spencer rattler threw for two hundred forty three yards and two touchdowns for six ranked Oklahoma in a thirty seven thirty one victory at Kansas state rattler second scoring toss made it twenty seven ten Kennedy Brooks added ninety one yards rushing and a touchdown and Jeremiah hall reach the end zone twice to help the Sooners get the five NO Oklahoma benefited from a pair of replay reversals one on an onside kick and the other on an illegal touch of the football on a kick Skyler Johnson returned from a knee injury to throw for three hundred twenty yards and three touchdowns for the Wildcats on the ferry

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Brkic's last-second FG lifts No. 4 Oklahoma past W. Virginia

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00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Brkic's last-second FG lifts No. 4 Oklahoma past W. Virginia

"K. Burke H. near the thirty yard field goal as time expired to give fourth ranked Oklahoma sixteen thirteen win over West Virginia Spencer rattler completed all six of his passes for fifty four yards on the final drive getting the Sooners into scoring range after starting at the Oklahoma eight with three thirty nine left rattler passed for two hundred fifty six yards and a touchdown but he was also booed by the home fans on several occasions it's a great opportunity you know posted by do something again and and come out with the win you know how to be it for now we're not happy we're not we're not satisfied with the way you know where we're winning but one is one Michael it's Cardi passes for eighty six yards for the foreign Sooners who won their third game by seven points or fewer this season I'm the ferry

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Rattler, No. 3 Oklahoma Hold off Nebraska 23-16

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Rattler, No. 3 Oklahoma Hold off Nebraska 23-16

"Third ranked Oklahoma defeated Nebraska twenty three sixteen on the fiftieth anniversary of the game of the century which the Cornhuskers one thirty five thirty one Spencer rattler threw for a touchdown and ran for another as the Sooners survived a scare a big play occurred right after Nebraska scored to get within fourteen to nine in the second half Isaiah Cole blocked the extra point at that field returned it one hundred yards for two points Aaron gray ran for eighty four yards on fifteen carries a Kennedy Brooks scored on a two yard run for the three and Sooners Brooks finished with seventy five yards rushing I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 2 Oklahoma Holds off Tulane 40-35 to Avoid Big Upset

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

No. 2 Oklahoma Holds off Tulane 40-35 to Avoid Big Upset

"Spencer rattler passed for three hundred four yards and a touchdown but second ranked Oklahoma barely avoided a shocking upset by Tulane winning forty thirty five the preseason first team all American quarterback completed thirty of thirty nine passes ran for a score and threw for another but he also had two interceptions Oklahoma led by five in the fourth quarter and Tulane had possession but quarterback Michael Pratt read for twelve yards on a fourth and thirteen play Pratt passed for two hundred ninety six yards and three touchdowns for the green wave I'm Dave Ferrie

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Dell Diamond this afternoon. Enjoy the Round Rock Express. J. Dick, who's taken golf to heart is in Montana. Remember a few months ago when we watched the match between Bryson Day Shambo and Phil Jason told me that day I'd like to play that golf course. Well, low and behold, Jason and his golf group have traveled to Montana and they're playing that golf course that was on TV. So good for Jason. To get some time off and good for better to be with our great friends from the round Rock Express just got a message from our buddy Brian Davis. He's in a staff meeting at the Statesman. He's going to be with us at 5 15 instead of 4 15, which is which is swell with me. I love to hear from our friend Brian Davis to talk about. The scrimmage from last Saturday. Before we get into some comments from coach Sarkeesian ESPN had a story today that was released today. College football's top 100 players for 2021 Well, Longhorn fans buckle your seat belt, according to ESPN, the number one player In college football is Spencer Rattler of Boomer sooner? That's right, Uh, Spencer rattler, uh, he threw for 3000 and 31 Yards. 28 touchdowns 27 interceptions last year, and he is ESPN. ESPN's top player in the country. Number two Is Devon Stingley, a quarterback from L S U Going down the list. Mack Browns quarterback is the fifth best college football player. Sam How the quarterback for North Carolina. Good for Mac Chris Away from Ohio State is at Number six. Number nine. Excuse me, Number eight. As the best player in college football. Another bit of heartburn for Longhorn fans. Marvin Memes of Oklahoma, the sophomore. Uh, he is awfully good. He's also a punt returner he's considered, according to ESPN. The eighth Best player in college football at number nine. Greece Hall, the running back that Longhorn fans know from Iowa State. He led the nation and carries last year to 79 rushing yards and 1500 yards after contact last season with 820. This guy is really, really good. And Iowa State is that sneaky, good team, but you've got to watch out for many people have Iowa state is there, darling? And a lot of polls this year. A lot of preseason post I think they're going to be really good, but I'm not sure if they can compete against Oklahoma. And I think the long horse would be just as good as Isaiah, Iowa State. All right, Aggie fans. You'll love this the 13th best college football player this year, according to ESPN before the season starts. You're running back Isaiah Spiller, and this guy is great. Isaiah Spiller is great. The guy has so much speed and he is really, really good Aggie fans. He's number 13, the 14th best player in college football. This is a little low for me. I think he should be higher. It's be John Robinson, the Texas Longhorns. Outstanding wide receiver. In the last four games of his freshman year, Robinson had 47 rushers for 522 yards and four touchdowns, eight catches for 129 yards and two more scores. Eugene Robinson is the real deal. If he stays healthy, he's going to make some noise in the high spin. He is considered the 14th best 14th best player. In college football. Aggies. Here's another one of your players. The Marvin Leo is the junior defensive end He's considered the 15th best player. Aggie is have the 17th best player in Kenyan Green, the junior guard who is a big, big block and guard, so the Aggies are well represented. Going down this list. JT Daniels 24th best player. The Georgia quarterback. Longhorn fans saw him when the Longhorns handled USC a few years ago. So the Longhorns have one player. One player in the top 30 At number 29 is Brock Party, the quarterback for Iowa State. He had a great year two years ago. Not so great last year, but he is a confident, confident Competent quarterback, uh for the Oklahoma Sooners. So That's it. Looking down the list more and looking down the list more no more. No more Longhorns in the top 50 in Iowa State's big tight in Charlie Koller is number 51. Okay. Steve Sarkeesian met with the media after After the Scrimmage on Saturday. I was part of the zoom call, and he said it was nice to see you really reversal of the negative things he saw from the quarterback's a week ago to what he saw on Saturday, little bit of revert role reversal from last scrimmage Other the offense played pretty well today. I thought they did a good job controlling the line of scrimmage. We ran the football well, which in turn of the quarterbacks had had a nice day that they're efficient with the ball took advantage of opportunities down the field when they were there, and in the end, I thought they kind of controlled the town. Poll that the defense got better as the day went on getting some three and outs getting off the field. So all in all, I love the improvement from the offense again, the ability to run the ball, the ability to control the ball, move the football down the field. Conversely, when one side does goodness scrimmage, it kind of tells you the other side and we need to step that up that part of our game and that's half of its winning on first down on defense and then getting off the field on third down again. We needed 100 place scrimmage or so we needed to feel the stress of it of playing to have the football. And for the most part, I like the resiliency of the guys. Obviously, there's individuals along the way that are gonna need to step up more so than others. But in the end was a good scrimmage force. Here's more on that battle for the quarterback and how he viewed the quarterbacks for the Texas Longhorns thought they had a really good week. You know, we challenge them after that first scrimmage, and I thought they had a really good first three days coming off the scrimmage Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Thursday, maybe a little spotty, Not quite where I wanted it came back and had a really good, crisp clean. Practice yesterday, and then they both went out and performed pretty well from the naked eye today, but they took care of the ball. Our tempo was better offensively, which is a lot on them of controlling that tempo. Whether we're using shifts, emotions whether we were trying to go fast, Whatever that is, they control it on the field, and I thought they got completions. Half of the key to the drill in our system is getting completions, right? We have to be able to get the ball to our players in space. Allow them to make plays..

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College Football Rankings: Alabama Is No. 1 in 2021 Preseason AP Poll

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

01:20 min | 1 year ago

College Football Rankings: Alabama Is No. 1 in 2021 Preseason AP Poll

"Okay like i said earlier. It is the ap top twenty five came out just before we started alabama number one right where they left off last year. Oklahoma which finished sixth last year's number two. And then you go clemson three ohio state. Four georgia five. I can't imagine you're surprised. A who those five teams are any bit any surprise about the order. Not really Maybe like i. there's a lot of people at least in this case a lotta. Ap voters who are probably buying on alex grinch in the defense. They're certainly buying in on Spencer rattler 'cause if you look at where he was a month the season coming off that texas game i'm not sure people would have been as sold But again clemson lost terrific quarterback terrific running back and you know their defense question mark. So i don't know the you look it's it's interesting though. Like ohio state has a lot of guys to replace. Because we think it's going to be cj stroud as we're taping this podcast about an hour ago ryan day said. He is getting more separation. From the other quarterbacks we know they have really good receivers that the replace a lot of guys on the defense and the defense wasn't all that good last year.

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You know, now I'm selling my teacher. Come on, That's easy money. And and then you start talking about prominent athletes. They could license their name, image and likeness and earn royalties. How do you not like this? This is what these young men and women deserve, especially with all that they give to these universities. So Um is this the best way to do it? We'll find out I know I've heard different. You know, scenarios and theories on Hayduk. They could have done it this way. They should have did it this way. We'll find out This is where we're starting. It's not where we're going to finish and this is what I was saying about being flexible. When it comes to this. Let's just see how how it plays out. But you could have, you know high profile athletes getting $500 per speaking engagement. You do two speeches in a month? That's a grand. You're gonna tell me that doesn't help a college kid that's busting his butt or her, but For the program. Where before you couldn't even have a job. So, yes, it's going to change sports forever. But the possibilities of how it changes sports. Is endless. You know, somebody was saying, um, the quarterback at Oklahoma Spencer Rattler. Don't know where he goes in the draft. What he's going to, ultimately, you know, be ranked as or is it the best quarterback coming out? We'll see. We got a lot of time to get there. But just based on a social media alone, they're saying he's worth about $740,000. So does that mean he makes that maybe not These are the opportunities that are now going to be afforded. That should have been afforded prior. Okay? We're going back 25 years, but the N C double A and everybody was just so so afraid. Everybody was so scared of what was going to happen. So now we're here. We've gotten past this July 1st date. Um We are at a point now where we're going to start to see things come about. And when you hear these things, and whether you know you're in the Midwest Year, out west, whether you're in the South Northeast. You're going to hear all these different things, and, you know, can they do that? Is that Be flexible. We're gonna find out what we can and can't do and where all of this goes. I think that's the part that has to be worked out as we continue to move forward. But If you're a college athlete. You got a brand You can make some coin. And and to me, That's good. I don't know how much you're going to make. I don't know how this affects. You know, I've heard this argument to and this makes me laugh. Well, it's going to affect the locker room. Really? Okay. Here come close to the mic Come close to to the radio or the app or whatever you're listening to. I had friends in college who were making money. It didn't change the lock. Okay? You just understood. Mm. They were prominent. And they were getting a little extra. It's just what it is. So now you're gonna tell me we'll just change the locker room. How You're mad because Cliff is making some money and Cliff has been great for the program and he's helping you win games. Don't be mad at Cliff. America. So I don't buy into any of that. Whatsoever. If you want to be a negative Nelly on this and just say this is not right. It's not going to work. Okay. If it doesn't you know what will change. But there has to be some kind of mechanism in place. For these young men and women. To earn off of their name, image and likeness, and I'm just glad we are finally here. Coming up NBA Roundup. Michael Lee, NBA reporter Washington Post will join us We will talk to him about all things N B A, including The NBA Finals now that it is set. Who do you like? Sons. Bucks. The question mark for the Bucks is the health of Yana. Senator Coop. Oh, he was on the bench last night. They said he was getting medical treatment. He was doing things. I don't think that he will not play. I believe he will play. I don't know what his health status will be for the finals. But Bucks are pretty good. They're good without him. They're great with him. And this is going to be an interesting and fascinating NBA Finals will also talk to Michael about the young star power in this league because Trae Young had a coming out party. In these playoffs, and now he's on the map. He's just 22 years old. So this likely is not going to be his first or his last playoff run. Should I say and you know you talk about all the things he was able to do, he was injured, didn't play up to the standard of of what he's created for himself. But there's a lot of young star power in this league, including Devin Booker, who is now in the NBA finals with the Sun's We'll talk to Michael Lee coming up on CBS Sports Radio. People always ask me. How does your skin look so good? Well, my skin reflects who I am. So I use Vaseline lotion. It nourishes and moisturizes. It feels good. Your skin is your story. Tell it with Vaseline. This weekend music Bruce Springsteen has returned to Broadway..

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Gators rattled: No. 8 Oklahoma routs Florida in Cotton Bowl

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Gators rattled: No. 8 Oklahoma routs Florida in Cotton Bowl

"Eighth ranked Oklahoma captured the cotton ball with a convincing fifty five twenty pounding of Florida Spencer rattler threw for three touchdowns and ran for another score eleven days after helping the Sooners win the big twelve title in the same stadium they have a stigma in that conference to be in such a physical and tough the having such physical tough defenses that you know we're happy together and play a a team from the conference and show more to show listings about Oklahoma racked up six hundred eighty four total yards with Vermont race Stevenson rushing for one eighty six Florida's first possession ended with trade Norwood's forty five yard interception returned for a touchdown that was the first of three picks thrown by Heisman Trophy finalist quarterback Kyle Trask in the first quarter I'm Dave Ferrie

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"spencer rattler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"spencer rattler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You know what? This feels like One of those Andy Reid, you know, Reclamation project kind of. He was one of your top of the Trevor Laurence Think somebody's doing some programming for a podcast is gonna be on they were. They were laying the segments and we're gonna talk about the Jacksonville Jaguars Picket the number one like the drafting Trevor Laurence, That's gonna be the shortest segment ever. Mm. I think it should be I you know, I think going into I'm going in the last year. You know some of the things that we do, projecting players forward. There were some real reason to be a little more head in on Lawrence and a little more Bush on field. But this year we've gotten way less data on field. It hasn't all been excellent and we've gotten a decent amount. More data on what it said the others, guys, an absolute stud. So that in line with everything that you see on, you know, film and everything that you see from a prototypical You know what if this guy bring to the table stand playing like Yeah, You're right. This is about as big of a locket number one. That's assuming a while. I think so. Let me ask you something, because this is probably more of an offseason conversation. But I just sitting here today and I know that you were kind of complaining about college bowl season and says, learn all that stuff, But But I want to ask you if you were picking a quarterback outside the number one guy would you rather be doing it this year? Or next year with guys like Spencer Spencer Rattler and Sam how coming out, possibly at that time? What would you rather be in position versus like, say this year with fields And Wilson and Trey lands. I would I would go this year. And the reason that I say that is I always think that we look at next year's class with rose colored glasses, and sometimes that can be a good thing because you get you know that they end up handing out but often the microscope of this being your year. You're coming out in the draft. Does something to quarterbacks. And so I would always rather gain more information at the moment, so I would rather have the chance right now, knowing how strong this group is, and I I honestly think fields or or Wilson And right now, I would I would mean Wilson, but that makes feels a great third quarterback like those guys all bring saying that you can win with in the NFL. Now they made They may reach that top 57 potential or not, they may end up being you know, seven through 15, or or maybe even worse, right? If something like a Dwayne Haskins, you know out of body experience happened, but you know that they have the skill set and they've demonstrated the ability to do some things that you can win. With that mobility, the ability so accurately, intermediate levels in the field back. Wilson, for example, has run already a ton of play action ski stuff. I'm a Niners guy from the Bay Area. I've been dreaming about this marriage now for two months, because, as you mentioned, I don't watch a ton of college football. The only college football games I will watch or when there's a quarterback worth watching. And so I've watched a fair number of BYU games here. Okay, so you guys and I mean you people at pro football focus have been anti drew lock for us long as we can possibly remember. So if you were advising the Broncos on what you would do it, quarterback would you go in on one of these top quarterbacks of looks like the Broncos are gonna be firmly within the top 10. Or would you at this case running back with your lock and bring in competition with the vet Now? Keep in mind something here, Okay, This is very important Caveat. The Broncos need to win this next year. Okay, The edict that's going to be on this team is no longer acceptable to kick the can down the road. It's a playoff man. It's a playoff mandate on Vic Fangio soas. You answer this question about loving all these quarterbacks. Would you advise the Broncos to go that route? Yeah, It's great. I love the way that you put it..

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Iowa State Cyclones get first home win over Oklahoma Sooners since 1960

SportsCenter All Night

02:46 min | 2 years ago

Iowa State Cyclones get first home win over Oklahoma Sooners since 1960

"There first and goal. The eight yard line party takes the snap hands at the hall of the middle briefs for that asshole with his second touch. Today You are clones of regain the lane every stall in the go ahead ahead score score eight eight yard yard run run with with just just over over four four minutes minutes to to go. go. A A sheen. sheen. Young Young intercepted intercepted Spencer Spencer rattler rattler in in the the end end zone zone number number 18, 18, Oklahoma's Oklahoma's final final drive drive in in Iowa Iowa State. State. Stuns, the sooner it's like 11 in water knocked over since 2017. They have defeated Oklahoma in aims for the first time since right after J. F. K was elected. On before I was born. It's been 60 years. Psychlos defeat the Sooners. The name's 37 to 30, the final there to go in the big 12 conference as John Walters Lear Field. I am G College with that final called 37. 30 Ease your final Count Cyclones first win over Oklahoma in Ames. Since 1960. The Sooners beaten at home by Kansas State last week, losing back to back regular season games for the first time since 1999 and likely and their hopes for 1/4 straight college football playoff appearance dashed already their head coach Lincoln Riley, had some opportunities I thought they're supposed to in the first half to really gain some separation. We were playing good ball, just not great ball and had some No chances to separate against a good team on the road, which you know when you're a great team. You take advantage of those and we were not quite area and came down the back and forth game. You know, a couple places we didn't make. You know some of the key plays. I mean, seven kicks in those field goals that we dropped two for sure Touchdown passes, You know, That certainly hurts really did a good job against the run game in the first half. We didn't do a very good job against Hall in the second half of a couple key penalties, and then you know, the biggest single play was probably the kickoff return just because we had so much Well, minimum after the turnover and touch down, you know, that was a that was a huge individual play. So a couple tough calls. It didn't go away. That's part of life on the road and on and again, you know, one place short and so absolutely our backs against the wall. Here is a football team. We know that we understand that we accept that our guys are hurt. Also, guys in our room and experienced, you know, start to a season like this. It is still about how you how you response and I believe I know how this group will. All right. Here's what it amounts to Iowa State snaps a 24 game home losing streak against Oklahoma, the longest such streak vs single Opponent The AP poll ERA dating back to 1936. Oklahoma Falls the owing to a big 12 play for the first time since 1998 that last year before Bob Stoops became Head coach First top 10

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The SEC is ready to give us the college football weekend we've been waiting for

Chicago's GameDay

04:13 min | 2 years ago

The SEC is ready to give us the college football weekend we've been waiting for

"Through four weeks. It's been odd guys. It's been odd as the SEC returned last week. Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi State, Auburn, Texas A and M Tennessee. They all won this past Saturday. But it's really fun. Because of course, if you're con football fan, you are in the right spot. 312332 ESPN 3323776 our phone number to keep you company, but it's a couple of hours of college football fan. This is your show as we do it every Saturday as we take a look at him at the winds for the S E. C. And based on what I know now. Based on the first four weeks of the college football season, Clemson seems to be the odds on favorite Alabama and Florida also looked very powerful offensively and the Sun Bella's fun That's what I've learned so far. The first four weeks of God football season. Yeah, I think you know, two teams came out rolling, right, Thie Alabama Pawn definitely intended and claims and so far, you know, you get Georgia kind of tripped up a little bit, but ultimately won that game. Oklahoma loses a game. So you've got teams that you know, may look a little bit off because it's their first game because there's no there's no cupcake. There's no you're not eating your dessert first. You know, you're not getting the Citadel. You're not getting your directional school where you get to kind of play and, you know, work some things out with your offense, Lis, you're playing Missouri. In your your Alabama. But ultimately, you know, this season is just going to be one hit after the other. I mean, you mentioned we talked about it before the show. You've got Georgia and Arkansas last week. George has to come back and then Auburn this week. You know it. The hits don't stop because you're playing a conference scheduled Oklahoma loses. They've got Iowa State today. You know, like it's going to be another spot where Oklahoma might have to battle and try to win a shootout game like they usually try to do. And now they have a lost. Texas has to rally in play overtime game and come back and win that game. So you know, it's Ah, It's great for college football fans, because every weekend you feel like there's great games all over the schedule, but at the same time the college football playoff it might be up in the air because some of these teams like we penciled in Oklahoma, but now But the X through that Texas might be in there. Alabama has a big game against Texas A and M Today, So it's just great for college football fans because you see good matchups every single week. What resonates with you most about the season so far. Well, you know, I thought last weekend was the first weekend that really felt like college football was back. And I think a lot of that has to do with the SEC. And I feel like we watch college football because of all of our different favorite teams, and we all come together in this great melting pot here in Chicago, a lot of big 10 flavor and I know for those who went to big 10 schools. We will see a little bit more of that variety. Once the big 10 starts playing, but to me, Ah, lot of the fun with college football. Is the appreciation for college football in the South. And what we saw last week was some fans in the stands. But teams in the south playing in their good matchups, like acknowledges mention, Ah, whole heck of a lot of good matchups today. Auburn, Georgia. We have Texas Am and Alabama both ranked matchups. I think to me what resonates is it was uncertain we would get to college football this year. It has started. It has begun. And now we're starting to get some good weekends of college football. I was thrilled with what I saw last week on the field. It was a lot of fun. You mentioned Oklahoma Abdullah. I don't know if it's necessarily going to be a shootout, but they're in for one today against Iowa State. I was taken beat them, especially a Spencer Rattler has three more in receptions like he did last week. So I think there's a lot of good matchups a lot of good, intriguing storylines, and we have college football back. So to me, what resonates is the first couple weeks seemed a little spotty. Ah, Here's a North Carolina. Oh, here's just one or two, a Notre Dame game, right? Okay, well, we have another full schedule of SEC. Big 12 A CC football today. The only thing that's missing is that late night creep like that we all love when you get back from the bars at 11, 30 midnight, one AM, and there's still a college football game going on after dark. That's the only thing that's missing Everything else for the moment to me feels like college football's back, and that's what

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