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Mims, Haener lead Fresno St. past Washington St. in LA Bowl
"Jordan mims rushed for 209 yards and two touchdowns as Fresno state beat Washington state in the LA bowl 29 to 6 head coach Jeff tedford was happy for his senior running back. It's great to see him have a breakout game tonight. He's been over a thousand yard rusher already this year, but that was a pretty exciting game for him. Jake kaner passed for two touchdowns as the bulldogs out gained their opponent 501 yards to just one 82 Fresno state ends the year on a 9 game winning streak, Mark Myers englewood California
"tedford" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Long read suggestions. One of the reasons that people have been buying my book lately is because it's been adopted by crypto people. They're looking for historical analogies from the first 25 years of the web and Internet era. So with web three, I thought it was worth pointing out some actual historical precedents for the metaverse and NFTs and the like. First of all, from how to geek, does anyone remember VR ML? How virtual reality and amen verse was going to be baked right into the web itself as a standard? Quote, in that original paper, ragged coined the term VR ML for virtual reality modeling language. He positioned this new 3D browsing technology as the VR equivalent of HTML, which was the primary markup language used to create pages on the World Wide Web at the time. As these concepts coalesce, pesky and parisi created the first vrml browser in November of that year. After picking up support from other developers, the VR ML standard debuted in November 1994. At first, vrml only supported 3D static objects, but over time, the standard grew to encompass avatars, animations, pulling in multimedia and more, early on, vrm, drew support from major corporations, such as Microsoft netscape, silicon graphics, and dozens of others. For a short time, its future seemed pretty solid. Spoiler alert though. Vrml didn't take off like its creators hoped while VR ML 2.0 became an international standard with the ISO in 1996. The final version of the RML known as VR ML 97 was standardized in 1997. Around that time, interest in vrm began to wane, as it became evident that 3D online worlds weren't as practical or useful as futurists had promised. Then from vox, a look back at the beanie baby craze of the 90s, that famously made eBay, but what happens when a frenzy ends and the world suddenly doesn't value your speculative valuables quote the problem with bubbles is that even if at some point it becomes clear what's going on, it's impossible to gauge when the bubble will burst. If bubbles were predictable, people would start to sell early and the bubble would self implode. Obviously, they don't. And what was in the bubble never really goes away? The objects themselves don't disappear. They become zombies. For people in the beanie babies now, the fundamentals don't really matter. If the world moves on from something and you don't, you don't for a reason. Then I just wanted to put this on your radar serious crypto regulation looks like it might be coming from Washington very shortly. And Bloomberg looks at how the crypto interests are now lobbying hard in Washington to make sure things shake out the way they would prefer quoting Bloomberg. They're going to be having a busy year, said, oh and tedford and analysts for Beacon policy advisers in Washington. It's pick your poison. There are going to be a million different things this year from regulation to the legislation for crypto lobbyists to deal with quote. Dapper labs, a Vancouver based company that helps create and sell non fungible tokens registered its first lobbying firm, crossroads strategies last week. The company also recently hired FS vector, according to a person familiar with the matter, though that firm hasn't registered. The first lobbyists for stablecoin companies circle Internet financial registered in November and one of its competitors paxos trust also recently hired its first firm crypto mining firm marathon digital holdings also registered its first lobbyist last week. Some crypto executives say, they're also ramping up political giving in an effort to elect candidates. They think are most likely to support pro crypto policies. Then earlier this week I learned that Xbox players are fed up with playing in the same games as PC players, quoting the verge. Games like Call of Duty war zone and halo infinite force Xbox players to match against PC gamers in a variety of playlists. You don't have to look very far to see why people are angry about it. Now that cheating in halo is confirmed on PC, can we have the option to opt out of cross play? Asked one Reddit post in November just weeks after the multiplayer version of halo infinite launched. Microsoft's decision to force cross play in its own halo infinite title runs against previous commitments from the company's head of Xbox. I'll never force somebody in our games who's playing with a controller or a mouse and a keyboard to play against somebody with a different control scheme. Said Xbox chief Phil Spencer in an interview with GameSpot in 2016. Mouse and keyboard rotation speed is faster than controller. We know that. You'll lose end quote. Nothing has changed in the classic arguments between mouse and keyboard players and controllers. Xbox players simply went the option to be able to opt out of cross play and not have to be forced to play against PC players. A lot of PC players would also like to avoid controller aim assist in games like war zone and halo infinite. And then finally this week, more video game stuff, but through my favorite lens of history from The Washington Post, academics went to preserve video games, but the games industry is fighting this in court because see the historians argue that it's not just enough to preserve a cartridge and put it in a glass case or something. If you really want to preserve the essence of a game for historical purposes, it needs to be playable for people so they can get the.
Update on the latest sports
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"tedford" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It's been a hard fight But God is good The men face minimum sentences of life in prison Now Travis mcmichael was found guilty on 9 out of 9 charges his father 8 out of 9 and Brian 6 out of 9 In any case all three men face the possibility of life without parole a judge will decide whether they will have a possibility of parole or not Reacting to the verdict the head of the Illinois association of criminal defense lawyers Tony tedford says that he is Considered of the opinion The malice murder essentially has to do with intent to kill Direct intent on behalf of Travis mcmichael As we indicate it neither the father nor mister Bryan pull that trigger The three men will be facing another trial this one will be federal and it'll be on hate crime charges in 2022 Mayor life that released her own statement about what was decided in that case adding that any expressions arising from the verdict must be exhibited peacefully and with respect for the law WGN Steve ruxton with that I'm just kind of overwhelmed with emotion at the fact that we're having this event that we're welcoming our new neighbors and friends to our city The Justice Department is moving ahead There are going to be prioritizing the prosecution of federal crimes committed aboard commercial aircraft The AP's Mike Gracia Attorney general Merrick Garland issued a memo Wednesday directing U.S. attorneys across the country to aggressively prosecute violent passengers who assault crew members or endanger the safety of other passengers aboard commercial flights The federal aviation administration said earlier this month it had launched 950 investigations into passenger behavior on flights this year The highest total since it started keeping track in 1995 By the way the airlines at this point are saying that there have been thousands of complaints that they have brought to the attention of the government Procter & Gamble is recalling two brands of aerosol deodorant Brian shook with the why Officials say their voluntarily recalling certain old spice and secret spray on antiperspirants because benzene was detected The chemical has been linked to certain cancers although a representative for the Cincinnati based business says no problems are anticipated given the small level of benzenes that's in the deodorants Customers who purchase products shouldn't use them but return them for a full refund I'm Bryan shook Now WGN sports the hawks get back to work on Friday They'll be home for the St. Louis blues It's pre game at two o'clock two 30 for the puck drop with John whiteman here on 7 20 WGN and WGN radio dot com Rockets over the bulls one 18 one 15 in Michigan state knock off the yoga ramblers 63 61 Now your forecast here's Demetrius A good chance for rain tonight will be cloudy with temperatures generally steady in the low 40s tomorrow's high temperature is going to be in the mid 40s but temperatures fall during the day on Thanksgiving of a chance for a rain snow mix early in the day Mostly clear forest Thursday night down into the upper teens then into Friday we'll see sunshine but it will be much cooler a high of 34 I'm WGN meteorologist Demetrius ivory There is rain over spreading the area now 48.
"tedford" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Cases along with three Recent virus related deaths. Meanwhile, the governor is promising to keep schools open and shots out of our arms if we don't want them Covid case counts are falling despite classes being back in session, But Governor Rod to Santa Sphere schools in some states could start shutting down again. If there's another Delta seasonal surge. Parents in Florida can be rest assured, You know, we're going to make sure your kids are able to go to school because we understand how important it is for them how important it is for you when it comes to vaccines while he encourages them, he thinks it's wrong to mandate them or Choir, an employee undergo routine testing. Some of these businesses are not going to be affording. They're not gonna be able to afford testing everybody all the time. And so you are going to see people potentially lose their job. Rodriguez news radio 6 10 w i o D cell phone video leading to the arrests of three lower keys teenagers, two of them charged with committing sexual acts on a 12 year old girl. Cops say school officials notified the sheriff's office back in April of a cellphone video being shared by students. Alleged to show 16 year old Demetrius Jamal Maynard having sex with the 12 year old girl. Bryson lead Tedford is alleged over, courted the act and is charged with lewd and lascivious battery. Obscene communication by transmitting child pornography and cruelty toward a child. Cops say Jason Manson Owens is charged with cruelty toward a child by promoting a performance that included a sexual act by a child for receiving and sharing the video at school. The state of Florida plans to do away with Florida standards assessments, Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran. Says they saw shift when schools shut down due to the pandemic. And the NSA was paused. We looked at the progress monitoring data because that's what we still had. And what we noticed was the FCS kind of antiquated we with algorithms and where we are with computer technology. We can take that progress monitoring data and have the exact same accountability system. Corcoran says..
"tedford" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"Bull. Who's the starting left tackle at fresno state university were jeff. Tedford former lines. Coach is coach early new He has already on the senior bowl. Watchlist which means he might participate in the big all-star game at the end of the year in mobile alabama. And that means he's got some nfl buzz around like this is a guy who's going to get a very healthy look at the national football league. He ha- he. He started as redshirt freshman in two thousand eighteen. Then was the full time starter. Twenty nineteen as a sophomore last year. There was some injuries there. But he's the left tackle They've already played by the way fresno a amount mistaken so a burgeoning young football talent coming out of the island and the victoria suburbs and perhaps even to the national football league. When it's all said and done iot that's hashtags for today Blake is going to tell you about our friend. Jason hamanaka jason dot mortgage. We're going to see we can get cammi granato on the phone on the other side here. That's coming up as the price is right and tell me about accent. I'm actually until you. Less jason hamlet but more of a listener of ours gray who listens from boundary bay. You see he went to jason dot mortgage call jason homage about his mortgage situation. He sent us a nice note. July eighth day. We were september one. Temporal july he said all the full. Jason hamadeh cry now. He's helping us by our first department. Happy to support the show and get this mortgage figured out. Thanks guys well. We got some followup from gray and boundary bay said guys few months ago. I texted to say we started working with jason on getting a mortgage. Well we got the keys to our new apartment today amazing experience. Jason is the goat. Thanks guys jason. I laughed about how all this came from. Sa- kerosene price. You guys rock. We don't rock.
"tedford" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Mean. That's the one that i hate making it about ballot check. But that's the one man. This validation for tom in that in that constant we're on a first name basis. Tom com. Tommy if really got to that level yet. There's always that debate when it comes to coach quarterback or in my in my nascar days like is it driver or is it car and teen hornak counter that kind of debate right and that really validated brady. Winning it with a complete other organization and couldn't have different. Hey be a embellish. Belichick are right. I mean like complete polar opposite ends of the spectrum. and i think that peop- years the thing i don't if people could could've just acknowledged that it was both belichick and brady but they couldn't and as as a result a lot of people said we'll quarterback system that's a system deal. He's not patrick mahomes. Yeah so that's why. I think for him internally. It's different you know it's for him it's like you you. I know people thought it was bell check. You know you thought. I was a system guy. And he's he's he's the greatest lieberman he's it's it's different for sure i'm i'm going way off script here if you don't want to deal with just tell me who has a bigger chip brady or rogers. They both have stick massive except math massive. Dude that's such a good question because they both went through it in college. They went through it before college. They both sat on draft day. Certainly aaron went twenty four. Tom went one. Nine nine five i know but instill relative i mean air sat a lot longer than he expected to and it still sticks in his crawl to aaron. Let's his chip. I understand people say that tomlin's his chip fester and he does You know to the degree. That michael jordan makes things personal. That should not personal. Aaron takes things so far like when they got rid of. Jeff tedford at cow. He stopped even communicating with anybody at cal and lady really like like wouldn't even like there was a while there were. He said he's school. Was wisconsin if you go back and look people have realized that. It wasn't even talking about calories rooting for wisconsin in the ncaa in the tournament. It was his school and that was because of the tedford. Stop so heels onto things in a totally different way. Tom i think has an. Maybe he's changing a little bit too with more. Zen approach that burr recently. He's had tom definitely. They both have it man. That's a great question. And i don't know the answer and i'm not trying to evade it. I don't know the answer. No i mean it. It may not be. I mean unless you're in their head. It's very difficult to care. Who's who's the young guy right now. That has that ship. Because it's not patrick. No it's obviously not trevor. What are you. would you consider russell young. Yeah but does he have the chip hale. Yes he is that you know at bio meets in my mind. He does think russ. I don't know. Russ i've been around him a little bit. I hosted a charity event for for a couple years. But i don't know him at all. it's baker. Like you said it's baker. it's baker. Oh bake yeah. Baked definitely has a chip. Which is kinda stupid. Little one overall pick but he'll keep that ship row but he's paying dude. These guys love that chip man. They love it and by the way. That's what's fascinating to bring it full circle about trevor. The dude said publicly. And i got no problem with it. I don't have a chip on my shoulder. And i don't want to manufacture one. That's a beautiful thing man like living free. That's living free and it's not an and you know what the worst thing in. The world is a manufactured chip when we talk about brady and rogers you get it you get. A people told you that there are one hundred ninety eight people in this draft. That are better than you right. I get it is like what am i gonna do manufacturer. I'm number one. You know like how many quarterbacks win before rogers. Let's see alex. Smith went number one overall Second quarterback taken. He was yeah. Yeah that's surprising that another quarterback didn't go twenty four things have really changed in that regard. no question. I mean that was year ronnie brown cedric benson cadillac williams. Three running backs went into. Todd's or running backs now. That was a short-lived era but last very loan. Those guys take a beaten yemen. No doubt yeah all right a couple more and we'll let you run. I want you to go have a life. Good and i really appreciate your time back to rogers. What's going to happen there in your mind i got. I think he's gone after this year. I think he likes the idea of a new challenge. Sort of like what brady was going through what brady and rogers are would brady went through. It's similar brady. Just kept all all that bobby inside. He didn't talk about it publicly. I mean that was going on. I can tell. I've had conversations for two years before he was gone but he recognized and accepted. And i respect this by the way that he had a contract that he had the fulfill and had to finish out that contract. There's interesting things about brady. That like will eventually come out. That will make people respect him even more things that he did that we don't know about because he just didn't want people to know that i would love for people to know about me and that's one of them. You know that he. He wanted out man he was he wanted out. You know maybe rogers strategically smart to do what he did. Because he kind of got a year off of it and maybe wiggled his way out sooner than he would have but he had to make a public spectacle in order to do so. What about that. Press conference was unbelievable. He lit the organization on fire..
"tedford" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"Most calm and most relaxed and and your simpson. Senses are heightened to the max. And that's what we're going for every single week happen but that's what that's what the the goal is back to my original question. Then you couldn't really know what it was like to love someone else until you more completely loved yourself as what you're saying exactly and how can you allow someone to love you. When you don't love yourself the way you need to and you are not emotionally available to love until recently or that. That kind of i know. I think i was. I just think it's You know really recognizing patterns and then being better at Forgiveness and compassion for yourself. It's tough for perfectionists to have that. Because you always feel like something is missing off. And i think what you learn What i've learned is that even as a fixer someone who enjoys continues to grow and learn at the heart a lot of times of a fixtures mentality is the idea that i am broken. They we are broken. And i think that in itself is a never ending cycle of negative self talk. And that's what. I had to kind of get past because you'll never get out of that Cycle unless you come to understand that you're not actually broken. You just have patterns. That have not served you very well during this time of your life and until you learn to forgive yourself after passion for yourself and love yourself better. You're always gonna feel like you have to do something to improve yourself instead of just love yourself a little bit better. Is there any pattern above all others that you look and say that was the one that was most harmful to me most destructive or a required the most compassionate and care from me to not view is broken. Just what i said there in. And it's a bigger bigger pattern but but the idea the idea of perfectionism and what that means and and getting a love from others. Only when i was perfect or if i you know was you know without mistake Nf i wasn't perfect and i was a failure. I think that mentality definitely hasn't served me and didn't serve me for a number of years now. It drove me at one point. Drove me to be my best and to be the best but In the end it's it's an ultimate destructive pattern because an evolved so much negative self-talk it's hard to have that gratitude that i is so important to me now to be able to see the beauty in life around you if you're constantly pressured about what you didn't do what you don't have what you're missing. It's too unforgiving right totally. Yeah there's there's no room for mistakes. How did you become a perfectionist Well i don't think even a perfectionist would never see. It became a perfectionist. They're always they're always one more in one better. I was around. You know one of the one of the greatest coaches Of football and jeff tedford in college and and coach tedford is a perfectionist and he was so demanding and it pushed me to be my absolute best and i'm so thankful for that You know go back to high school..
"tedford" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You know the big issue last year which was obviously limited attendance and and it has been a big issue in college. Athletics in college football for a couple of years as as attendance has declined. I doubt it's going to be an issue. This year with the dogs is as good as they are. But but i'm curious as you look beyond this year obviously The concerns that many in your positions around the country have raised about trying to ensure that fans do show up at the football games. Yeah war blessed here. We've got a phenomenal fan. Base has been extremely low for a long time and our ticket. Sales are strong. We're sold out season tickets again We get can never take that for granted they'd come out covert and knowing that there were people that sat at home for more than they would like to last year. That we've got up our game. And that's why i put a big focus on the customer experience so and it starts at little things. We announced this summer. That were we create a core list of concession items that reduce the price ought to make it more family friendly Got a lot more green rolling out this year in terms of customer experience. I'm going gonna keep challenging to find little ways making that experience better and learn from our fears. Got break years down in atlanta at the hawks. In raise the falcons of what they do. And we're gonna steal every good idea we can to make sure we're providing the fans best experience possible. Some of the things are out of our control but everything we control. We've got the best in the country at. I think that's our challenge every day. Find those little things to make those experience better for all of our fans in judge when when you talk to your donors and your fans and i'm sure you have to do this in a industry like this. What what what do you hear from them. What what what do they want that Maybe they haven't had in the past. What services on game day are they most interested in. You know the thing that we get a lot air. The things that are relative to a lot of the sec stadiums. Being older venues right. So you get fans that get to go to mercedes benz and the other venues that have been renovated or brand new. And you've got us phenomenal older stadium. That's historic in sanford. But it provides some challenges because it's been built and expanded upon to so you're you're up against the wall in terms of your counts of number restrooms points of sale ingress zegers pathways. So those are the challenges. Those things of fans i hear about and we're we've already started Progress on one big initiative in the south part of the one hundred level. Stadium that to widen the concourse. The increase the restroom count new restrooms new concessions new points of sale. So it really starts those little things but it's also it's listening. Those are the big things that say they say a lot but but it covers every spectrum from what song they want. hear play to You know how long it took him to get in the stadium at a certain gate but all of those things are important us. And that's why. I say we have to keep finding ways to better every single one of those ways. What type of music do they wanna hear that your. That's it. I mean there is no you put out one song a guarantee. You have the rule that no matter what song you play. Ten percent of the population will be upset with the music. Always a polarizing issue. But i'm always in favour plane is much george music possible so whether it's Rem or allen. Brothers outcast or whoever. I think One of things. We could probably put more sonus as rushing shanghai georgia artists. I can pretty happy to georgia game listening to that those three. Hey scott thanks so much. It's great to have you on the program. We hope to see you very soon in athens. Thanks all thank you you to judge the athletic director at georgia. Rem king can't go wrong with that at a dog game and the allman brothers are georgia. We'll take a break more to come right after this listening to the paul finebaum show podcast. Okay bill conley will join us and few minutes with his list of the best coaches of the last fifty years. I'm on zip through this. As as quickly as i can give you some context. I realize everybody does not have access to this list. So it's a lot of names here. But i'll let you figure out who should and shouldn't be where they are one. Bruce snyder. he coached at arizona. State bronco mendenhall at one hundred. James franklin rich rodriguez ninety eight. Bobby wallace at un a temple body. Ross kevin donnelly. He coached at saint francis. Georgetown of kentucky. Charlie mcclendon from lsu at ninety four kirby smart ninety three ninety two. David shaw dan. Mullen ninety one to stick about this as we hit a couple of other names later on mac years at from missouri state. Nine eighty nine. Larry coker eighty-eight. Ken sparks he was at carson. Newman mike bellotti. Clark gilbert from san diego state mike then dice from carol. I give this guy credit. He dug some names up. Gene stallings at number eighty four. Think about that. Eighty four. Kyle wittingham darryl rogers coach at zona. A stay rich brooks who coach kentucky and oregon dick mcpherson at eighty erk russell. Great georgia southern coach francs. Oh coach for national championship When when in loss to miami. Seventy eight bobby. Protrero seventy seven. He's ranked ahead of a few people. Think about that. Sonny lubick butch davis at seventy five jerry. Claiborne coach it kentucky in the eighties. Jim butterfield from ithaca wayne hardened from navy in iowa ferrans at seventy one tedford at seventy dot nalen west virginia..
"tedford" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Went to alabama. The world was flat right. That article or that book was written. Malcolm gladwin book. I think it might have been michael lewis. One of those two guys actually think that book is probably a little ahead of its time and in two thousand twenty one. Those never been more true with the internet with the popularity of television. I can't imagine being a high school kid and turning on tv and see now. Sixty thousand people at usc and them struggle into win nine games or turning on the television and see an oklahoma seeing alabama. Seeing georgia seen clemson seen ohio state and not going there help people are leaving california right now. Then aren't athletes right. We're going to other states for business purposes. It's cheaper to operate there. Why wouldn't a kid leave if the programs aren't as good but historically that hasn't been the case in the in the nineties and even the early two thousands. Ucla got elite guys from the state of california then in the two thousands. We knew we know what carol did. But one thing we forget about is jeff. Tedford had to run at cal from like. Oh to till about two thousand ten of recruiting the top players. You think the sean jackson would end up in the pac twelve now. Of course not he'd be in. Oklahoma beat alabama marshawn lynch. Some of the players. Tedford was getting alex. Mack from santa or santa barbara. I don't see any way. It makes me sad as a pack twelve. I do think that this is only going to speed up. The process and the name image and likeness. We act like that's going to create some parody bullshit going to i'd say accelerate the top programs. Ohio state am georgia florida oklahoma. If sark configured out at texas penn state you know all the all the programs are truly care. A lot about football. They're only going to quadruple down on. I l. so their programs are obviously ahead of most every program. Here beside oregon. I don't know how they're going to catch up now. You're only strong as your coach so eventually can get the right coach. Maybe but let's face it. The last time they hit a home run with the coach. They kind of lucked into pete carroll. He was not their first.
"tedford" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Not six all right. We've been talking a lot about the aaron rodgers situation and as we said before he's gonna play. This year is options. Hold out and lose a small fortune or play. Aj hawks his friend. Aj hawk recently spent a week with aaron rodgers in in montana. This has been the summer of erin erin. Just doing his own thing. Nothing wrong with that. Totally defend him. I think it's good for his mental health. He's gotten aways been frustrated so he hung out with. Aj hawk and a aj hawk continues to believe errands. Come back soon. You likes to compete. Does that guy that's gonna sit out and retired you. You're in looks crazy. Seems mentally in good spot. Have i said from the start. I said i don't see him playing anywhere else. That's what i said right day. One you said that yeah. I don't i don't see green bay trading him. I don't see that happening. I don't know how it has to work. But yeah i still feel like he's going to be in greenback. Errands are smart thoughtful guy high q. Pretty high q. It appears. I don't know what it kill him to just once admit i'm a little difficult. I'm a little needy. You'll realize the jordan love pick made him upset but eight years ago. He had teammates and family members calling him out remember years ago when he would do monday night football or sunday night football and he wouldn't mention his alma mater cal. He would mention his junior college. I was told and people believe inside the building cow. It was because cal fire. Jeff tedford seven years after aaron. Seven years like coaches get fired. Seven years after aaron left they fired him. He held a grudge now. I can't prove that there's a story about it. I read this morning. But like let's not just make this out to be the jordan. Love pick is what set him off. Errands been set off for years. He's been difficult for years just once. I wish. He took that high powered intellect that high-powered radar and turned it on himself does realize since aaron rodgers took over as the starting quarterback green bay has given him eight players who have been pro bowlers on the offensive line tops in the nfl. He's been given to ofensive coaches. He's always had a star receiver. Greg jennings jordy nelson now. Davante adams may be the best receiver no league scottish star running back yes. Green bay can be stuck in. It's ways aren't we all a little yes. They can be a little rigid on free agency. Aaron's not rigid i'm not rigid. Let's not make this about an abusive relationship. I will defend to the end. And i have quarterbacks who were treated poorly matt stafford. Twelve years of dysfunction in detroit all defend him andrew luck his first general manager lost. I defended him like all defend that guy carson wentz. I've defended it appears although i didn't know what initially the owner. Gm the coach. It was a mess in philadelphia. I spent a lot of days defending quarterbacks who are having to overcome dysfunction carson wentz andrew luck matt stafford. Green bay is highly functional eight pro bowlers or all pros on the offensive line. The one ally of quarterback since aaron started playing. I'm not even counting the first few years where he sat in the bench behind brett farve. They've given him number one receivers. They've given them offensive coaches. They're always paid them top of the market unlike brady. He's not taking pay cuts here. He's always paid top of the market. There is a lot of dysfunction in this league. Green bay's not dysfunctional. They're limited because most pro athletes don't wanna live in a tiny tiny town when you can live in philadelphia or los angeles or dallas or atlanta is a single pro athlete. But that's not really their fault. It's just a packers reality. But we all believe if aaron went to another franchise he'd suddenly be mr mystic mr positively. We gotta be fair here. As smart as thoughtful as aaron rodgers is could he just wants turn that high powered perception on himself and go easiest guy to get along with all defend carson palmer matt stafford all defend these guys in bad situations. That's not the green bay situation. And the jordan love pick. I said it when they did it. I probably wouldn't have done it but bill. Belichick drafted like eight quarterbacks. Some in the second round during tom. Brady's tenure even when. Tom was stone prime even when tom was young man. You've got to have backups. Gotta have quarterbacks got. Aaron was thirty five. Aaron had been heard a couple of times. Aaron could be difficult but we just one time once. That's all i'm asking not twice three four or five times errands. Not the easiest guy either. Not saying i am not saying everybody is but let's put this in context. This is not a highly dysfunctional organization. Nor was the jordan love. Pick the first time. Aaron had been difficult. All right what to do with. 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"Harvester we've enough carrots to put in our salad dinner with some supplement from some store. It's okay photos to prove it. Yes they're so cute. They're very huge. Today we are thrilled to have mecca brown from plan to slay on the show. Mecca brown is the founder of career on fire a program that empowers women across the country to get clear about their career goals after working through the program they their visibility to potential employers. Have the confidence to see themselves. In more fulfilling roles. Mecca is an expert at it and will walk through the process every step of the way. She's not being a busy be at work. Mecca can be found with her family enjoying a movie visiting a foodie destination or getting away for vacation. She is also into all things. Nerd beyond say or movie related. Thank you for being here today. Workplace essential mom dot dot dot. I have a lot of dots a. A lot of listeners. There yes in fact that is exactly why we wanted to have you here and we were really excited when our friend. Alison tedford Hopefully listeners remember. We interviewed her an episode thirteen about her book. Chronic profit and she hooked us up but for some of our listeners. Who aren't familiar with or plan to slay or career on fire. Can you tell us a little bit about your background. And what brought you to developing this program. Yes absolutely and thank you so much for having me on the show. I am so grateful to be here. And alison is investi. I love her dearly so when she tag me it was just a machinate in heaven to partner. You also think he's so much for that. And but if i love stories so if i can take you back a little bit you know. My journey is not traditional was a teen mom. I had gotten a full scholarship to a top ten university. Ucsd and then found out. I was pregnant and so kind of needed support my family while i went to school and i found that although i went to a great high school and i was going to college. I was still struggling to find work. That would pay me a living wage to support my children. I wanted working at the career services center at ucsd school and my original roles just to answer the phones..
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"Sophisticated methods in this case his complexity. Forty six for god's again five hundred people to five air aircrafts. That's pretty sophisticated. Forty forty six for one missing persia now a lot of resources. His complaints were the catalyst for the founding of the vermont state. Police just seven months later paula's body paula's body nor her possessions ever found in the case remains open to this day just vanished. Wanted to start a whole new life. She decided to go. Some results is probably why she has. How long trail was she just kept exactly. Yeah and it's good alibi. And the fact that there are some people who saw her is also a good alibi for her people. She went on the trail and then she went somewhere else. True very very Because yeah like you said. A younger like that with no supplies wouldn't survive a winter day atlanta in three inches of snow. Nope they'd be done should be done. Somebody had to pick her up because she was yeah. James e tedford also spelled his tougher or tedford. A veteran was the third person to disappear. He went missing on december first nineteen forty-nine exactly three years after paulo weeden or welded. I should say tedford was a resident of benton soldiers home he had been in saint albans visiting relatives and was returning home on local bus when he vanished. According to witnesses tedford got on the bus and was still on the bus at the last. Stop before arriving in bennington somewhere between the last stop in bennington tedford vanished. His belongings were still in the luggage rack. An open bus timetable was on his vacant seat. The fourth person to vanish was eight year old. Paul jephson october twelfth nineteen fifty. Jefferson had accompanies mother a truck. She left her son unintended while she went to feed some pigs. His mother was gone for about an hour when she return. Her son was nowhere in sight. Search parties were formed to look for the child. Nothing was ever found. Although jephson was wearing a bright red jacket that should have made him more visible. According to one story bloodhounds tracked the boy to a local highway where according to local legend for years earlier paula. walden had disappeared bloodhounds. I mean if you'd gone for an hour. And he he did pop up board got the truck and then got lost. Yep i love blood room all right. The fifth and last disappearance occurred sixteen days after jefferson on october twenty eighth nineteen fifty free to linger fifty three and her cousin. Herbert elsner left their family campsite near the somerset reservoir to go on a hike during the hike linger slipped and fell into a stream. She told elsner if he would wait. She would go back to the campsite. Change clothes and catch up with him when she did not return. Elsner made his way back to the camps. I discovered linger had not returned in that. Nobody has seen her since he had left over the next two weeks five searches were conducted involving aircraft helicopters and again up to three hundred searchers no trace linger was found during the search may twelfth nineteen fifty one. Her body was found near somerset. Reservoir in an area that had been extensively searched seven months previously. Damn no cause of death could be determined because of the condition of her remains. Wow yeah after. Animals got to it in the decay or whatever but it was an area. That's been searched so somebody. I think somebody put the body there after it was done with it. I think blew up just going to say that we've discussed this before another missing person cases that wants an area is searched. The perpetrator knows that area has been searched. So they'll dump the body there so that they're like okay well they won't go back here and look they've already lived actual then they won't find it. How many yeah. But it's probably the do that she was with probably i. I i mean. I mean good a good theory. Yeah i mean. I know back in the forties and they took people more at their word than probably. But yeah. you'd have to prove like look you tell you she. I'm going to go back to camp. But she never made it back and then she disappeared after that the only one to see her. I think there were a yeah. That's that's a good point. That's a good point. You would assume very least cops. It still have thoroughly interior to elsner But yeah back in the forty. That's when they got that they put the light over your head and blow that right light in your face you behind a table near screaming at the classic interrogation uc on that's it linger with last person disappear and the only one whose body was found no direct connections. I've been identified that these cases together other than the general geographic area and time period multiple theories have been put forth regarding these disappearances in all the research has been done to answer the manning questions of the bennington triangle. Some practical actress habit founds. Let's go over these now. One explanation is hypothermia temperatures on non-controlled and disappearances did all happen in the winter when experiencing hypothermia people might engage in terminal burnt burrowing borough wing. This is a survival behavior that drives people to find someplace small remote. Hello gets people out of the wind may provide enough warmth to help slow the process of freezing to death. But it usually kicks in too late and just makes it hard for the person to be found. Why would you not rejoin your party and tell them. Hey freezing to fricken death. Build a fire. Let's do something to dumbest things to run off by yourself. You know in perilous situations like that. It's still any sense but then again not everybody. You know uses common sense when they go into would you know. We've you know we've run into that before too on some of our other stories that that's swimming there with the with the party. I mean paula wasn't with party. She was by herself on. The jepson boy was with his mother but she was out of the truck for an hour. So mr rivers. Yeah i miss river. Sh- i mean. Yeah he should be then again knows. I mean it's hard to say with going to these people. Mind when they're when they're in the And mr tedford. i mean. He'd banish on a bus he wasn't even in a trail. He was on a bus on a disappear between the first stop. The last stop in.
"tedford" Discussed on Nopeville
"That is frequently linked to the area but doesn't occur within the woods that seems to make up. The triangle is that of world. War two veteran james tedford. The story goes that james had been returning to the soldiers home in bennington. After visiting family and say talbot's he had boarded a bus with thirteen other passengers in st albans but was no longer on board. When the bus arrived in bennington his luggage was still in the racks and his personal effects. Were still in his seat but he was nowhere to be found. No one has been able to figure out what might have happened to him since all passengers report that he had been on the bus when it left a scheduled stop so he disappeared off the bus. Nobody thought it happened. So go to be a trick of memory who knows maybe people just think they remember seeing him being on there but yes personal effects. Were there. well. I mean he was definitely there at some point but there is speculation. Maybe he got off scheduled stop and maybe didn't actually get back on apple. Remember him being there but then he was just never seen again never gonna even after that. He sees missing missing persons of himself. The that's me either way. Those are the most well known disappearances within the bennington triangle. There are theories that the patterns of the wind changed so suddenly in a radically in the mountains that even the most skilled hikers could get turned around lost within these woods. So as i mentioned the native americans noted that the wind kind of comes to this one area. They think that might be why. Yeah but in that case why our bodies never discovered even if they all got lost and died two elements. What about paula. who had disappeared. Not far ahead of other hikers didn't get lost. Yeah what about the bodies who did turn up but like mutilated now. One strong belief in local legend is that of the bennington monster which is basically a bigfoot creature that roams the woods in the area that had been spotted as early as the eighteen hundreds of that one. The story goes that a passenger coach had been traveling through the area when the storm hit. That forced the coach. Pull over to a stop because the roads were getting washed out. It said that the coach driver got down to have a look around the coach when he noticed large footprints made by bare feet far too large to be regular humans all around the area. The coach was attacked by a large hairy humanoid creature that knocked it onto its side before bounding off into the woods again. Let's just rude fucker coach. Fuck outta here. This beast gets tied up as well with stories of a man from eighteen. Ninety two who worked in a sawmill that had gone mad one day and beat another man over the head with a rock killing him l. k. caught and thrown into the same asylum but he had escaped and was rumored to a run off to live in glastonbury mountain and became a harry wild man who would apparently come down from the mountains from time to time.
"tedford" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"Ellipses we did challenge each other to do an episode in our wedding dresses because as we both sat down in our closets we both realized we have old wedding dresses. That you definitely have to sit in not ever stand up and turn around because there's no way my wedding dresses buttoning yeah mine. Mine is not zipping nods and she got exactly yeah. We can grasp something out of it. That'll be one of your crafting segments. Mris we go back. I don't have a daughter who's gonna wanna wear my dress. I mean maybe maybe. I have a daughter and she's not doors me. What's happening yeah. I'm sure that we'd be like yeah. No thanks mom. That seem to have a friend. Who is she's fashion as her business. She has an amazing. I and she took her mother's dress made the most incredible dress out of it. And you could see side by side that they were the same dress but she just modernized it and is amazing so i would love for somebody to take my dress and make something out of it someday. Hey might be an episode. So now we're talking about post in your photos to instagram and facebook. where can people find you So my facebook page and my instagram handle are vogue that alison hedberg and my twitter. Handle is at allie spins because it was a nod my pulled. Nc dave and. I didn't intend for any of this to happen. So it though it's just being what it is point But yeah so. Those are the main places find me. My website is alison. Tedford dot com. And that's where you can find my.
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"Tomorrow is the biggest day of the year for football fans, and we all know it's going to be a little weird for some seeing Tom Brady play in a Buccaneers jersey. But ahead of the big game. Somerville mayor Joker to Tony, who calls himself a newly disgruntled Pats fan, is offering up some advice and tips about Super Bowl parties during a pandemic Sunday. And your big, suitable party this year are simple. Message to you is don't have one. Now. I know what got skin and I know Tom Brady Glock a back in the Super Bowl, but they're playing for another chief. All right now, here in the past jersey they're not The mayor also brought former Buccaneers player and Summerville High graduate Galster. Cheryl is on the Somerville Sports show and asked him if he'll be celebrating Super Bowl 55 with the party this year, with all that's going on in my college, I'm sure my buoys get great. Damn. You still have some full section on the chair for that? Just sit back on our couch and enjoy the game. Kickoff is tomorrow night at 6 30. You can watch the game on WBZ TV, You know, so much has changed in our lives over the past year. Or so, including events routinely postponed or canceled altogether well. The Boston Red Sox are planning to uphold the annual tradition known as Truck Day When the team's equipment truck heads to spring training in Fort Myers, Florida the truck will be leaving Fenway Park around two o'clock Monday afternoon. Milford resident L. Hearts behind the wheel for the 24th straight season, fans are being urged not to come to the ballpark because of Cove in the event will be strange for you live beginning at 1 30 Monday afternoon. Nurses are being warned about scams targeting frontline health care workers during Cove in many of the nation's nurses air getting fraudulent phone calls as they give so much to their communities during the cove in 19 pandemic, all of them call and say you're in trouble, and if you don't take action immediately, such as pay us the money. We're going to arrest you or suspend your license. On the spot, Do Tedford, his director of the Arkansas State Board of Nursing some of the scam, phone calls or showing up on caller I, D and that state with the board's office? Phone number. Jim Krystle, a CBS Does It's 12 await over now to Bloomberg. Business. Shortages of computer chips continue to disrupt the auto industry. Chrysler now part of stolen kisses, joining G M and Ford and temporarily halting some production. It will idle it's minivan plant in Windsor, Ontario, for three weeks starting Monday. Wall Street wrapped up a positive week with a modest gain. Investors are hoping a week January jobs report Willie's passage of President Biden's Pandemic relief plan. The Dow Jones industrial Average Rose 92, the S and P 500 gained 15, the NASDAQ added 79. With legal bets on Sunday's Super Bowl expected to set a record online gaming companies closed higher draft kings Rose 1% Penn National gained almost 9% Both are up 35% so far this year. Pizza shops are expected to see their biggest Super Bowl Sunday ever. With many Americans planning to watch the game at home. They've stockpiled ingredients and added staff. I'm Larry Kowski Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's use radio. It's 12 09..
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Officials say it was caused by a stick of incense that fell into clothing. No one was hurt WBZ TVs and arenas. Rodriguez reporting. Hyde Park Man ordered held on $100,000 bail in connection with Thursday's fatal shooting at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown crossing that took the life of a 17 year old girl. 20 year old Messiah. Leggett arranged yesterday in Boston in Municipal Court on Firearms charges. Assistant D A. William Kettlewell claims surveillance video shows leg it, leaving the Hyatt Regency with two other Juvenile's Police stop the three and say they found a firearm. Police also say like it admitted to possessing that firearm inside the hotel room with the girl was found dead. The investigation continues. The victim's name has not been released. We're learning more about details about one of the incidents that sparked calls to overhaul the police department in Rochester, New York, former Rochester police chief Laurent Singletary Testifying yesterday about the investigation into the death of Daniel Prude Proto 41 year old black man died back in March after an encounter with police officers who put a mish hood. Over his face and held him on the ground. No, what I told the mayor. Thank you. March I'd saw the press conference is that we're head. I know what I told the bear. I know what I saw in the video. A body cam video of prudes arrest was not released until September, which sparked daily protests. In Rochester. Singletary says he was asked by multiple people to keep the information private. As debate continues over President Biden's $1.9 Trillion covert relief package. We're hearing from One of the hardest hit groups, Mom and pop landlords managed more than 22 million properties in the U. S. And they're counting on the narrow margins they make from rent payments in order to get by one of those mom and pop landlords is Tammy Mason. We have not received rent since March of 2020 while working a full time job in caring for her young son whose distance learning at home she and her sister have been renting out the home they inherited from their father to support their 80 year old mother in the past year. She says she's lost out on $25,000 in costs. CBC's Trevor Ault reporting President Biden sharing his thoughts on whether former President Donald Trump Should continue receiving intelligence briefings. I'm Tom 40. Unlike earlier presidents, Donald Trump will apparently not get the courtesy security briefings given former chief executives that indication directly from his successor. I just think that there is no need for him to have that that intelligence fishy what value is giving him and intelligent 3 FT. What impact? Does he have it all other than the fact he might slip and say something President Biden there in a pre Super Bowl interview with our Norah O'Donnell, Tom Foodie, CBS NEWS, Washington Luda Is out at Fox, his show on Fox Business TV, where he continued to push claims about voter fraud in the 2020 election has been canceled. Fox News Media says it announced non specific coming program changes last fall, but with all that lead time, it hasn't said what will replace jobs this coming Monday. A multibillion dollar defamation lawsuit was filed Thursday against Fox and three hosts Dobbs, Maria Bartiromo and Jeannine Pirro. By voting machine tech companies Smart Matic jobs of vigorous Trump supporter has demanded info about the ability of these machines not to be hack and pushed unproven election allegations. Fox News has said it'll vigorously defend against a meritless lawsuit. Chuck's Iverson ABC News, The pandemic has affected so many parts of our lives, including our driving habits. Turns out that's also playing a role in What we buy for a car. You're in good company. If you find that your vehicle mileage is only a couple or a few 100 miles more than it was a year ago at this time, So are we holding on to those vehicles or is there an urge to buy something new James Bell with Kia says it's a mixed bag, some element of less maintenance to be done. But maybe all those different wearing pair work engines are being run is often that they should so there are different problems that are coming up with the lack of use. We're seeing lots of business on the service side. Some who are tired of the service side or apparently turning to car shopping with sails on a steady upswing since last spring's dive trucks and SUVs are still the hot ticket. Asked if the sedan segment is dead, Bell says, they're going to grow. No, I don't believe that's going Tonto stand where it is today, but there will be new players that are getting bigger pieces of that pie. Jennifer Keiper CBS News Nurses have so much to deal with these days with covert 19. They're now being warned about scams. Targeting them and other frontline health care workers. Many of the nation's nurses air getting fraudulent phone calls as they give so much to their communities during the Koven 19 pandemic of them call and say you're in trouble, and if you don't take action immediately, such as pay us the money. We're going to arrest you or suspend your license on the spot. Do Tedford, his director, the Arkansas State Board of Nursing some of the scam phone calls or showing up on caller I D. And that state with the board's office phone number, Jim Krystle. CBS.
"tedford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"But he's never had an elite quarterback to put into the system and I don't have a pretty good player, but he's really you're right. He was an M V P guy. I think maybe college system did that. But he's had a lot of Matt shops and guys like that, and they've been great shot was great, and that she was She was absolutely player. A great player. I just I guess. Yeah, in the piece. It's a great piece. And I recommend people read it. But it would be interesting to see because I don't know that this has ever happened. Like you said. You had an RG three and he couldn't see it. But if you could get that guy who had the mobility and could see it, and that's his closest we've gotten Rogers What kind of system? Look, you don't have the running man to Roger's runs Well enough where he has the s capability right in. This is the president. Yeah, The rush doesn't bother him does not bother him. Certain guys they like they get paralyzed by the rush. CJ better. I keep bringing it up. I mean, he's backpedaling. Right into a sack. 3 60 span Pura went into a sack. I mean, some. It's hard when you don't play a lot, Erin and everything about Aaron Rodgers was I was remember watching his first ever game thinking a sad three years behind fire. I've got this guy gonna be held the ball high that Tedford way weird right away. He was great. I mean, great. Just a great player, and he just You know what you've been great. Right away is a rookie. I don't think so. But, yeah, I mean, because we played the Packers in November, the fifth this year, watching Aaron Rodgers this year, and he's been great throughout his career. But I said at the time this system because of his ability, that's a boot and get out of the pocket. And, um, you know, he's not gonna leave, you line up all the quarterbacks and race. You know, there's a lot of quarterbacks gonna beat him. That's not what we're playing here. He stays live as a runner, and he does have the ability to scramble for a first down. It's fine. And it Russell Wilson, you know, I Far as a running ability. So Wilson ran for 500 yards this year to me, how many times do that so that used to be a lot? I'm a rich Galen and his first year with the Raiders ran for eggs. All right around 500 was perfect. If you couldn't get the if he couldn't make the throw on third down And maybe the rush got to you or you just could not fit that throw in and its third and six run for seven. And and that's what Russell Wilson does over and over and over again, and Aaron Rodgers will make that throw. You don't make mistakes. I saw I watched the game back last night against the Bears get a couple that were dropped that could've been picks. But 48 touchdowns versus five interceptions this year, 71% completion percentage. Hey, had years way through for more yards. But and Davante Adams is just that guy's just a tap dancer running routes. It's just incredible to watch. But without question. I mean Aaron Rodgers in this system, and I think Matt Ryan Played well in this system. That shot was a hell of a good player before he had the list, Frank And he really away and it was the hand off stage. The play action fake with Arian Foster. You could not you watch the end zone Copy on the All 22. You could not tell if Matt's job was going to give it Pull it and run the bootleg to keep game could not tell. And he was so great at it in the native Owen Daniels excited to come across, and they had Andre Johnson, the big wide receiver. That was a good offense now is match job. Aaron Rodgers know, but you know, he got to play really well in that system, know what's funny is that Aaron Rodgers last year and a little bit of a hard time with the system? It took me a year to figure it out. And we don't want you audible izing a lot and You know, run our system here, But you're right. You get a guy that has that kind of arm talent. I am. But couldn't Justin Herbert do that? You can't give you anything. That's where the kid well, he doesn't miss throws. Yeah, That's why she's short to intermediate, accurate every single throw, and then he has the big arm down the field and then he has a great mobility and he's not You know, he's not Lamar Jackson has a runner, but he's good enough and he is and if they see that's the thing I'd love to see in this offense, and it's certain again. It's nothing against pocket guys. And you read stories, you know? Can you still up? Of course, there's Trevor Lawrence is gonna be a pocket guy. This Only a good pocket guys. I think Mack Jones of Alabama's good and he's getting downgraded because he doesn't have the mobility, these other guys, so the pocket is absolutely great. But if you had a true threat of a run And the guy could throw, you know, like some of these quarterbacks are coming in the league and Kyle system. Oh, then you run the risk of them. Being that it's doing is if you I'm talking about designed runs. Quarterbacks live in the run game. Really his own raid a lot. We're not gonna do it once in a while. You know, I can't see him ever embracing the Marge. I mean, if Lamar Jackson could throw the ball like Justin Herbert? Yeah, maybe, but ultimate lady. You want to get your quarterback hurt, running as much as they run. No, because that's what ultimately happens, right? I mean, pretty much without me. Lamar Jackson has avoided her yet. She can't get that guy can't know..
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Adam the bull of you here on CBS sports radio. And we're coming to you live from the Quicken Loans studios. National mortgage lender. Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently. We'll continue our NFL conversation. Sam Monson pro football focus lead analyst Sam how you doing? What's going on buddy? I'm doing great excellent. You know, it's funny this week. I heard I don't know if you heard this. But. Greg Williams who to me. Why don't really work in Cleveland locally in the week? And I have no desire for Greg Williams to remain the long-term coach Gregg Williams. I think he's about as old school is old school gets and he referred to some advanced analytics this week. And I almost was brought to tears Sam because well, I think I think that all sports need to have a good balance between old school scouting and new school analytics you'll so many old school football guys are so hesitant look where we are in baseball. Now. Right. The sport is completely run. Everybody has an analytics department in basketball and football is dragging their feet a little bit more in some organizations, but the here an old school coach like Greg Williams referred to some advanced analytics. That was that was wild for me to hear it must have. I don't know if you heard it. But it probably would've made you happy. If you did. Yeah. I think you're right football is behind baseball. And how that kind of stuff is gone, but everybody understands that it can help you how you present it to all of these people know, so head coaches are often the last guy to get on board. But it's because you need to present it to them in in the right away. Now, there's a ton of ways that say the PS database can help is those guys. But if you come to them initially where you know, something they don't wanna hear they're not going to buy. But if you immediately show them something, you know, a fancy pretty grasp the chosen exactly what they've been saying for years, suddenly they're all on board. So I think a lot of teams the league you're just starting to sort of see this time where the analytics guys or people that have been using the stuff within the Bill. Building for years are finally starting to figure out how to present it to coaches added presented to general manager is and you know, the guys bad again in front of the media. And that's when you're starting to see this filter out. I think it's been used a lot within the building for years already. But now we're starting to see those guys use it on a daily basis and get the headline stuff sent to them in a way that they're they're much more comfortable with gesturing at an and actually taking it on board. We're talking with Sam Monson pro football focus lead analysts Sam. Baker Mayfield has had a tremendous season. As a rookie as put up some big old school numbers if you will. But when when you went from a pro football, focus perspective when you guys run the numbers on what he's done. How would how does he great out compared to some other rookie quarterback's of the past? Yeah. I think you do need to go to quarterbacks with a pass because he hadn't shoulders above any other rookie season right now. He's a top ten grade quarterback in the NFL. He's tense overall. Just one physician behind Russell Wilson. So you're already talking about it really really well graded player right off the five. And obviously pro football focus was very high invade your Mayfield coming out were the guy is the winter by for him saying that he was the best prospect in this draft in it really wasn't close to the next guy. I think so far. That's that is being born out. We have seen better performances in the past rookies. I think that twenty twelve season was a pretty incredible year for rookie performances. Obviously it didn't last because RG three in particular had a phenomenal season that year, and then tours and really hasn't been the same player since. But you know, Baker Mayfield is looking as good as we've seen any rookie quarterback. Look probably dating by twenty twelve season. We're seeing some really impressive play from him. And I think his play generally has been better than even the statistics suggest because you had one of the highest rates in the NFL right five and drop rates. And unlike most of the times when a receiver drops the ball, it's an incomplete passes. It's not doing that much damage to your passer rating, or whatever but Baker mayfield's have multiple assets that have been hit his receivers and my hands and ended up as interceptions. So those are taking a sledgehammer to operating over the course of the season. It's ninety three. Point four right now. And this is a season where passing is exploded operating ninety three point four is nice great at the moment. But it's his performance has been way better than that. We're talking with Sam Monson lead analyst pro football, focus Sam, let's talk about another rookie and that saquon Barkley who probably be battling Baker Mayfield for rookie of the year. From an offensive standpoint. There's been other good rookie running back but saquon Barkley make over two thousand total yards this season. How does he compare to Todd Gurley Leonard four nets and some of the other big rookie seasons from running backs? Yeah. I mean saquon Barkley just moved into first edition CFS running back rankings. He's the the number one guy right now through the through part of the season. He's been incredible. He's been everything that everybody who was championing him saying he would be coming out. I think he's been better than we thought. He might be there. The idea that he was a perfect running back prospect that don't think really holds up work holes in his game in particular. This tendency to to be a bit. Reggie Bush in terms of wanting to balance everything outside to look for that clay, but he's gotten a lot better in his first year at not doing that at taking ugly yards when they're there. And that's all there to be had. And it's still maximizing goes explosive plays getting huge games. Those are there. So he has been fantastic. I think again he's been as good as any rookie running back the receipt for a number of years. Really? He's I guess he's played as well. As Alvin Kamara did last year as a rookie on he's done more fulltime base. So he already has you know, two hundred more snaps than Kamara managed all last season playing that same kind of rate is Amari Cooper. Has memorial Cooper's play been much better. Or is just a the players around him made him much better. I think it's a bit of both, you know, playing wide receiver it so difficult to play. Well, if the ball isn't coming in your direction off the ball is coming in your direction in attachable manner. Having you can do about it. There's only so much fancy route running against air. You can do if the ball isn't coming your way. So I think we're seeing Amari Cooper was always a quality route runaround player that would get consistently open. And now we're seeing what happens when you target that guy. He's still a very good player and I play put up big numbers. And obviously, that's that's meaning that his greatest better because he's being given the ball and that talent is being maximized. So you know, I think that that was always there that that talent that play was always inherited his game. Even in Oakland. The raiders just weren't making use of it. We're talking with Sam Monson pro football focus lead analyst. Sam. I know you guys today had an article about projecting Cuyler Murray's pro potential. I'm curious because obviously he's a top ten pick and major league baseball. He's giving compared to Ricky Henderson. He signed a four and a half million dollar bonus. There would have to give it back obviously at a even a better year than Baker Mayfield did this past year in college, which is hard to believe. But obviously, you know, people make a thing about the thing about Baker mayfield's hike, which I thought was over rated. But obviously calamari isn't even close those big as as Baker Mayfield. A what is his potential d do you think he could be a good NFL quarterback? I think he could be, you know, you're right people that the highest the big question Mark because people did make an issue out of Baker Mayfield. Tighter on Baker Mayfield is short for an NFL quarterback. But not, you know, it's not unprecedented. We've seen quarterbacks Baker Mayfield type successful in the past. They're not obviously, not as many as there are as you know, six with three quarterbacks, but those guys have existed and they've been good in the past. I don't I don't know that we've ever seen quarterback that is Kyla Murray's Hite house significant success at the end up, right? You know, he is going to be when we get the official number on him. If it ever gets that far he's going to be significantly shorter than even a guy like Russell Wilson. And you would be in legitimately uncharted territory. When it comes to that. Now, if you're going to do that, you have to be there has to be something else to say, well, okay. That's not going to be a problem because of this and his grading has been incredible. His is great this season at Oklahoma has been basically everything is as as good. As Baker mayfield's grade had been on that was the best we've ever seen from a quarterback, right? The best seasons we've ever seen at college with one of his own. So he has a level of the best play. We've ever seen coming out of college from a college quarterback. And we've been doing this going back to two thousand fourteen but we've seen some pretty good quarterbacks over that's fine. You know, we went back, and we also graded James Winstons freshman seasons. We have got Carson Wentz you got Jared Goff. We've got right. And they got all these guys and Carl Amari stacks up to those guys. Sorry.