17 Burst results for "University Of San Diego"
"university san diego" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"We, we found you needed to have a hardcore of true believers who conform to enforce the norm, you need that when people are faced with enough social pressure. They'll not only conform also enforce on others. And then the third thing was that the network needed to not be fully connected needed to instead, have these dense clusters, where the norm could catch fire could convert everyone in a small local group before diffusing out to other. Dense sub networks and flipping them as well. And that's that, that same recipes the thing that can take down a norm or build one in the first place, every, I think about are finding I'm always reminded of this famous quote from Margaret Mead. Never underestimate the power of a small group of committed people to change the world. In fact, it's the only thing that ever has. If you'd like to learn more about Christine Miller her involvement in Jones tone life leading up to it and just about Jonestown itself, the people's temple and all the things surrounding that phenomenon that group. There's a great website at San Diego State university, San Diego State university is put this together sponsored by the department of religious studies at as the s you, you can find it at Jonestown dot S. D S, U dot EDU, and there, you can find tapes and transcripts of things that they recorded did there, and you can find the tape that I played in this episode on the internet, lots of different places, and I recommend you don't actually listen to unless you are deeply fascinated because it is really terrible incident. Something very strange to put into your brain. But it is out there if you wanna find that is it for the episode of the you're not so smart podcast? If you'd like
"university san diego" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Everybody is happy time where Missouri leads at thirty two to twenty eight over Oregon state in a team that's been a little little bit choppy with the officiating special halftime, guests Dave bath cops director of player personnel with the Milwaukee box. I just have one basketball question for you is his talk about your career is it. Why does it seem like if a guy comes out to set the high post? Dick pic? We've seen three times in this game. If the co if you stand in like he's supposed to be if the collision seems overly dramatic or it's a hard collision. It almost seemed like the officials just blow the whistle call the foul just because it was a big collision dissipating instead of watching applied closer. Yeah. It's really frustrating. Good to meet you, thanks for stopping by the state. So I said you gotta come on with. And how. You've got a few connections with with Portland and Oregon and some guys you've worked with over the years in the in the business of pro basketball, pretty pretty nice career. You've got. Release good terrorist. Head coach of the blazers was assistant with us and head coach with us. Now, you're with Milwaukee. I remember the Milwaukee days of the mecca arena Brian winters. Bobby dandridge? In fact, I was old enough. But I don't remember when we'll I'll send her was with the bucks and seventy one that whole thing, but some great tradition there, and you told me earlier tonight, I should know this is a sports guy. But I'm so locked in with college sports that the Bradley center is no more. Now, you have a brand new arena by this is your first here September started started October season. It's called the Pfizer form. The Pfizer form is served. Okay. In in Milwaukee. Well, these are a lot of fun these traveling tournaments. I know you get to travel the world and and look at potential potential players. So that that's a lot of fun. You're going to do this as long as they let you. I believe so coast calls for sixteen years, I've been MBA twenty two. Got good experience. It's a fun job. Like, you said Where'd you coach in college? Division. One assistant university, San Diego, San Diego. Stay at northern Arizona. Head coach of Arizona. Western he crossed paths with any Oregon state coaches or you don't want. I I got the job university San Diego. Jimmy Anderson was Ralph Miller. He was one of those guys that took care of Tommy the ropes. So the road break all talk. Greg.
"university san diego" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"In. Snohomish from the two five three my boyfriend and I were fighting. About something ridiculous and I said that's a bald. Face lie and then he said actually it's called, a? Bald faced lie so. That's another reason why, we just accountable fall tasteless Oh Liming Needed to say Six earlier we were asking about the professor and student relationship when and if. That becomes inappropriate this goes back to a story about Washington state Representative madman Weller was fired today from. Central Washington, University he says it's because he's a Republican and this is a liberal move to get him ousted following sexual harassment allegations where he invited a student who's a legal adult to a bar and then proposition her, and? A friend right so, Ron was wondering will they always used to? Be a trope it used to. Be a story we saw movies totally. Talked about it it was a thing and when? Did it change so he was really looking, for a date the Ron and Don Asian investigators have been working all. Afternoon for you so from the, two zero. Six I right I think it was after the Monica Lewinsky era that it. Started to be don't date those who you work or. You teach win as far as dynamics, thinking the ninety seven ninety. Eight. Time frame okay Cancer Ron's question how long has, this been going on the show friends did Nep Assode where Ross is. A college professor started dating student, the one. Where Ross dates a student this person looked it up for us it aired. On March ninth two thousand and in the script it's. Specifically says we know it's against faculty. Rules okay so by two. Thousand Now? From the two oh six the university of Washington policy on dating students no Stanford, Harvard Yale University San Diego State university. Of Connecticut etc most of these university. Started making these policies in, the nineteen. Nineties a little earlier then from the, forty five okay the song came. Out. In nineteen eighty four Yes here's.
"university san diego" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wants to be more like net flex at wants to turn out the content to, get more subscribers rather, than focus on just award stuff so this, battle between networks and HBO now is going to heat up did you know there's a, Richie rich show on Netflix the I mean I did not I didn't either until last, week in fact but that but that, proves your point that they are marketing a lot of this to the younger two teenagers younger kids like that and I know, that, they have in the works an animation program that they're going to be putting on because they want to drive. The content for those younger ages right because if they lock in those younger, viewers than they are net flicks people for life yeah that's how they. Keep their subscribers, and keep their keep growing in those numbers because you gotta. Get 'cause, that age they're just they're not watching broadcast television no more but they're on their screens all. The time they're on their screens so net flicks wants them to be, watching them rather than you know YouTube or something else Sasha baron Cohen is out with a new show on Showtime it's called who is America. And I it made headlines yesterday of are not yesterday last week because. Sarah Palin was one of his all use the word, victims here Dana Rohrbach, or the congressman from from here in California also associated with. It in fact there's a big Orange County Register, article today about how. The congressman was fooled into this show into agreeing, to be on the show the numbers are not good for the show already know they weren't and with all the. Attention? That it got this was it's one big chance to make a kind of splash and. Get, those big numbers and so you're thinking with all the talk about it and all the headlines that. Only translated into a on its first viewing on Sunday, at the, whatever nine o'clock or ten o'clock timeslot three. Hundred twenty seven thousand. People tuned into that I mean that's nothing especially in the world of a broadcast and cable. And pay cable I mean that's just in the the demo, of adults eighteen to forty nine which, is coveted advertiser range a point one rating I mean those are those are not numbers and then over the course of subsequent, airings And on demand it did add quite a. Few. More people that number ticked up to almost a, million but you gotta think for for a premier for something that you know everybody's been waiting. A week, to see how Sasha baron Cohen got these guys for only three hundred twenty seven thousand people to tune in is not a lot. I I will say though in the numbers of Showtime Showtime doesn't have huge numbers when it comes to show, so it kind of falls right in the affair gets five hundred thirty eight thousand are cartoon. President gets one hundred eighty six thousand so that's right in the middle of those so it's a solid number I guess for Showtime but given all the publicity it did not make a big splash thought it would have been better oh. And I, I wanted to also bring up the there was this study that showed that. Because men, are film critics the world of film critics dominated by men that female directors and. Films that focus on women get. Short shrift, yeah this is an interesting study, out of the university San Diego State university And they looked at the number of the four thousand reviews on..
"university san diego" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Seemingly the cleaning the floor you get to see the teams in the huddles and watch all that stuff but you don't get a chance to see when they go to commercial nba baseball march madness pick your point of view and your mmediately surrounded with the highest quality vr content intel his sentence these headsets to watch the sweet sixteen games and we got tonight's games to watch as well the intel sports crew will be on hand in san antonio with us who yet have an opportunity to experience the intel true vr experiences available compatible with samsung gear and also google daydream as well so it's fun stuff to be able to watch them all right so we got our poll question which one you want you wanna go gianni versace chase our harbor verses poker i'd say we do gianni versace chase people already tweeting us about this but do people know enough about chase oh yeah that's a problem yeah no that's the point the fact that they don't know about chase daniel he was a very good college quarterback he's done nothing in the pros no fence just hasn't produced but he's got a lot of money and he didn't flame out his career early this is a step forward for me saying no offense it's sort of friendlier fire there i'm growing i got all these people telling me they're trying to sell me on their colleges if you could go anywhere and get into any school where would you go to would it be harvard there's nobody on this list who's picked harvard all the tweets that i've got i've got pepperdine colorado florida arizona's the ivy the desert the naval academy pepperdine college of charleston hawaii university of montana ohio university san diego state i've been to montana and montana state they're gorgeous surrounded by mountains gorgeous i've been doing ohio you that's more fun though five of the best year your parents get cheated because of the education that they think they're paying for you see that a lot of candy mass.
"university san diego" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The three and get hot so this thing is up for grabs for sure and i think really you guys that's what makes conference tournament play so fun and so unique and it's different the nba playoff series you know the best teams gonna win with your plant seven gives you know the best team wins in yeah and i in these type of scituate since you know crazy stuff can happen uh in terms of the conference itself amount was conference like he said you've got his at a number of teams over twenty wins is is this a it how many how many guinean from your from your conference why made you know if you if you read the experts at stop uh you know the only team that that they can get an atlarge large right now is us mmhmm um and then whoever wins the tournament gets the automatic bid and you know i think the hardest thing and the thing that i'm the most proud of with our team is it's really hard to win over an extended period of time and win a regular season when you're playing x amount of regular season games it's if there's a lot of walk and matchups involved in in these type of situations and obviously last year so we were able to win both than even last year when we won both um from a fun standpoint went in the conference tournaments much more exhilarating because that's your automatic the to the big dance but but watch harder and and what i think proves the best team emas throughout the regular season and you know when i was growing up like it's university san diego in the c the only team that got to go with through the chain that won the regular season i still think that's that's what should carry the most weight but it does it and because it doesn't it makes east conference tournaments awesome um look i mean we all know it's about money is what it's about trying to generate more income for.
"university san diego" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In the boulder colorado um but donna no he can't fall in your daughter footsteps she said the well live to be honest with you he has better grades than her better sat he he actually can qualify for a higher ranking school of what is what it is you enjoy yourself so much when you go to bolder you can't take it that your daughter's like figure and i did i did for years and boulder i now want to do four years in athens georgia i mean you know this is all about me to know it is because now did i don't care but i mean i know you major to beertasting over the ever get that degree for beertasting a u s steve maybe honorary their yuck but so anyways either going to be probably atar here laura bulldog all right uh by the way uh we'll talk about it tomorrow but i didn't know 'cause you know here we go your bayer guy but you went to university san diego did you see san diego's coach lamont smith got arrested for uh domestic violence in the hotel after san diego came back from fourteen down pete sampras cisco and then apparently you know the here's the article right there but i mean he literally got arrested ended the players just be a you know they said no that couldn't be are coaching no that's not like him but he's married he's got two kids back in san diego i guess uh somebody else said he had a little extracurricular activity with up there in san francisco and it turned uh violence stuff so they both got arrested on california's liked that i mean if there's domestic violence they arrest you both and then the d to use it out it's a tough way to get cot huh that's a i mean you got gotta call collect for bail money while now i i had not heard that story in uh you know it's unfortunate i hate to see this stuff i mean come on guys nampa you know here's the thing maybe they get it didn't take yet they get into this lifestyle and they think that their invincible may think it's part of the routine it's almost like a okay yeah you know i'm a basketball guy on the road this is a normalcy come on man types knock you all right uh.
"university san diego" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Over a little bit in my lane to let them know i know they're coming i can see them but it's something you can't just and and that's what eurotaste me when i'm on the freeways and a lot of a lot of people even my daughter gets upset now she's only seventy but when people do not use blinkers hayatou's three can drive nice for it drives me nuts so many of them that don't do it i can as art over and lies i checked it the indicator was not optional our cars on every car has them yeah and so that that that's and that's the tough thing when you're riding a bike i mean there's no room for i mean you're not protected at you in the next it and the element rate there and you're hoping and you're you're doing the best you can to drive nor ride defensively uh you know i'm talking to the people that i know that are uh you know the ride motorcycles in dc they said you know you really hope that you always have at least a car too late leeway between yourself in the next garbage doesn't happen all the time especially in southern california it's ridiculous and you know as much as i hated the traffic there it did make me much better driver of you have to learn to drive and and you have to learn to respect people like move motorcycles coming down the middle there say you know their common and made me more aware of everywhere else that i drive and it's had a funny did it people people call traffic here in vegas versus traffic were a couple of moon southern california but we'll talk about that a little bit on panish perspective tomorrow night also san diego university san diego coach lamont smith arrested for domestic violence up there at believe after the game against san francisco which was a nice comeback by the terreros and he.
"university san diego" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Sports tale ad laid i mean you didn't plan he didn't plan on high jail or how you and your coaching in the nba that that's a weird prominently guy for my emme did this bolster members bolstered is all i bet i i smell division for he had to play point guard aim we need we need falls through elegant over like rats the in for a hundred dollars it's his look it up grave uh but you know you see that's the thing you have to play a little something back now lawrence frank was though we're really hidden seventh grade and he said you should have seen him seventh grade and he was lights out i think he still now will have to i believe lawrence frank is uh whereas you now more university of portland there's no for spoelstra spells or younger seaport all right are with that you know that's good for still efforting unfinished but how do you expect lawrence frank diving jason kidd said that's enough for him and uh and and ran him out but that yudo member campanella oh lou yeah yeah no i worry that would hit me i went to tons a cal games when they had smith and walton in the court and camping alia believers coach in that yeah okay boesman yeah that that was nice blow went to a lot cal game he had not to get sentimental here i at first i never thought 'cause luke came in from james madison right you know from other smaller school where hello i am curing cancer and you will listen to me you're a couple of times i kinda got so nice guy to i met all he'll real nike tied in the nba i think for a decade yeah yeah but what sad about it huguet a wrap it in a win and right or wrong but that you can handle a talent or maybe oats can be hard for him to go out her crude anymore because a whole team turned on him he never guide i i don't believe another coaching job again now no he was on the fringes and that's one thing when you talk about jason kidd uh you know chang has he lied on your hands university san diego for david fizz.
"university san diego" Discussed on WEEI
"A little bit of heat because you know when he left the quarterback coaching job in with the raiders and took over university san diego and no one really care that he took over struggling programme new belt and was successful the gober stanford an some problems earlier but he built a and it was good and an goes to the nine israelibuilt it they're good and go to michigan bore this is gonna be great this is a slam duck and it was and it is accept it hand quite work that way so no i think there's there's definitely some consternation going on right now in ann arbor as you well know your we've talked about it or drawn and who doesn't love edwards ron when he talks mean guys hilarious but with that win against florida does he see get a little cooler endo's gyp mcilwaine seat get a lot hotter in that what seventeen to sixteen game or something ridiculous like that well jimmy mcthat there been frustrate with the offense at florida he's been there awali hadn't had a quarterback he hadn't had an offense are passing game and people are frustrated with it even in the wins they were outplayed by kentucky their outplayed by tennessee and won both of those games and could have won this game and look he's gone or the conference championship two years in a row but they're saying in in prolific he's fair criticism he's got to fix that offenses it plenty of time to do it but i don't think he's in that big of a at listen i i don't think they're going to farm this year but he's under a lot of pressure force red orange iran it was a big win because the negativity surrounding after the troy loss was significant so it just kinda hose it down but in so yes y'all he's off the hotseat now but but for as a football guy looking at it they're not very good neither florida lsu very good ellis you'll get blown up auburn get blown up by alabama and it's really going to come down to what they do again's the likes of arkansas old dallas texas anm and tennessee now those are winds as you know seven and five eight four best now i at all your on is not the answer at lsu but he's going to be back next year the by.
"university san diego" Discussed on WTVN
"The app and and a white supremacist rally in charlottesville in other words those values were attributed to white supremacy by the by the dean of the law school of the university of pennsylvania hard work self discipline selfreliance don't have kids so you get married tried to stay but all of those things to pursue we're called white supremacy in an op ed by the dean of the law school his name is ted ruger he suggested that amy waxes views she's one of the authors were divisive and even noxious half of amy waxes law faculty colleagues signed an open letter denouncing her peace and calling on students to report any bias or stereotype they encounter at pan law meaning in her classroom student and alumni petitions poured forth accusing amy wax of white supremacy misogyny and homophobia and demanding that she be banned from teaching firstyear law classes because the 1950s is win racism and slavery and bigotry and homophobia or the definitions of the day they ruled the day though white supremacists the white majority of the 1950s were indeed racist and sexist and misogynistic it was the 50s that all of the modern day day ism's head to overcome feminism and all these other things it was the dreaded the evolve a horrid 1950s we're all of the modern ideological and philosophical ideas have to overcome so the point of this is is that two professors advocating a return to basic human philosophy of hard work selfreliant selfdiscipline respect for a thority don't cut corners don't becomes lawful don't become a welfare state dependent don't really take care of yourself strive to be the best person you can be that's nothing more than why supremacy that is misogyny and it's homophobia now the co author of this piece larry alexander teaches at the university of san diego that is a catholic school university of san diego seemed to be taking the peace in stride of the words i didn't react one way or the other until last week were the university of san diego's lawschool dean stephen for rouleau issued a school wide memo repudiating larry alexander in his article and promising new measures to compensate vulnerable marginalized students for the racial discrimination and cultural subordination they experienced today as noted in the app ed now the response according to heather mcdonald here of a response at the university san diego.
"university san diego" Discussed on WTVN
"Had tamed him don't doubt me on this in a speech like this was in your face to just so many people and we will continue to document reaction to it what essentially happened here at the university of was it pennsylvania university philadelphia university of pennsylvania pm a couple of professors one of them working at the university of pennsylvania the other one university san diego wrote an op ed suggesting that what might be needed in the united states is a return chills some of the nation's values and morale news of the 1950s and what happened after that up and ran is the story to the list of forbidden ideas on american college campuses ed wounds juan norms in other words the all the advisories of hard work selfdiscipline marriage respect for authority when people talk about going back to the '50s when people talking about uh reemerging with values the 50s are basically talking about what will i'm sixty six people my age and one generation younger grew up with certain undeniable truth hard work dudayev snus seriousness self discipline self reliance all of though m patients those were the values that were rock solid that had the best chance of leading to a happy healthy productive life with the likelihood of an expanding increasing standard of living those were timehonored values and people would think and they've been timehonored four generations they have been time honored since days prior to this country those were active ways of living that led to the best life seriousness studiousness hard work no cutting corners no cheating know pacing yourself self discipline telling yourself no selfreliance don't get jet don't have kids before you get married respect for a forty that's what we all grew up with i'm sure most of you in this audience did as well well last month two law professors published an op ed in philadelphia inquirer calling for a revival of that cultural script that prevailed in the fifties and still does among affluent americans effluent americans still live by those philosophies hard were mark selfdiscipline self reliance no cutting corners affluent americans still live by those values and they still try the inculcate those values and their kids yet buried before you have children's strive to stay married for their say get the education you need for gainful employment work hard avoid idleness don't don't delve into a life of crime all of.
"university san diego" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The move too would get rid of his offense of kamal coordinator as easy to a fraternity brother from university san diego there you go in and and had to make a scapegoat because he's you know he's about to lose his job and he's grasping at straws i don't know how did this cincinnati team is put new england i that new in the a against new orleans and it was just that i learned over the years as much as i despise his team at times you know what they're not gonna lose two in a row too often and i just figure in new orleans off the short week new england with extra days to prepare that they'd have a good chance to go new orleans get the road would now they go home against the houston team blinds thirteen and a half and thirteen and half so tricky because seattle found out against brady san francisco forty nine or is it looks good you look like you could shut that other team down but in the nfl more so than college even when there looks like a disparity offense of louis you gotta watch how houston brings a pretty good defense nick do you even go out and play lines this big do you go against the dog when you're lane almost two touchdowns let's work land it's were taken at all an obviously it just every each individual situation without path remain at you saw the way to be new england you've got to average crash record like kansas city they doubt up the pressure on brady i actually got to own here's tom can do that what will will walk and move the ball low up in foxborough to match brady you could oh to get there at least twenty one probably 28 at home enervate also ahmad yogurt or thirty five or forty two putters there's there's sanwa's to make enough plays in foxborough the state within the numbers that it is the question erik lindh lamar miller grief at runner hopkins is fantastic receiver but you're asking a lot out of the walk in a basically a second starred in foxborough against a machine so i know the joint accused in barracks all be rooting for the characters i'd love to see cloudy and what get brady on the ground on cardiff in the baker it what every week so i'll be room for houston i probably won't have a dollar.
"university san diego" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"What essentially happened here at the university of uh was it pennsylvania university philadelphia at university of pennsylvania pam a couple of professors one of them working after university of pennsylvania the other one university san diego wrote an op ed suggesting that what might be needed in the united states is a return to us some of the nation's values and morale these of the 1950s and what happened after that up and ran is the story to the list of forbidden ideas on american college campuses ed rouge juan norms in other words the old the advisories res of hard work selfdiscipline marriage respect for authority when people talk about going back to the '50s when people talking about uh reemerging without using the 50s are basically talking about what well i'm sixtysix people my age and one generation younger grew up with certain undeniable truth this hard work studiousness seriousness self discipline self reliance all of that though m patients those those were the values that were rock solid that had the best chance of leading to a happy healthy productive life with the likelihood of an expanding increasing standard of living those were timehonored values and people would think and they've been time four generations they have been time honored since days prior to this country those were active ways of living that led to the best life seriousness studiousness hard work no cutting corners no cheating know pacing yourself self discipline telling yourself no selfreliance don't get don't have kids before you get married respect for authority that's what we all grew up with i'm sure most of you in this audience did as well well last month two law professors published an op ed in philadelphia inquirer calling for a revival of that culture role script that prevailed in the fifties and still does among affluent americans affluent americans still live by those philosophies hard work nope discipline reliance no cutting corners.
"university san diego" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"All these remember with greek knowledge coms weak response to those laws knbr succeed he proves gary ready worth larry kruger gary's waiting to go right now i'm ready to go is football time of course in a very good booking david shaw is going to be on the program today and i always i don't as know a then we've been doing this awhile whatever you have a guy come on after a loss of big laws like discounted appreciated more as us aegis ripta headquarters at stanford and then they got an end stamford's got a tough one this week with san diego state tynan every single san diego state but but don't look now the spartans or are to know and of the bulldogs were they as a test the as xia yes tax and you know the greatest football player in san diego state history well marshall fox exactly right i want us that the aztecs have another back this year shot rashad perry whose about two who twenty and he's leaving the nation an allpurpose yards stanford they got run on for three bills against against sc last weekend that run dis going to have to step up and a little bit of a homecoming for dave you know he's get he was born in san diego he worked down there with harbaugh at university san diego dad coach down there with the chargers so we'll have a lot of friends and family in the house without yeah he's on at eleven o'clock but.
"university san diego" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
"You need to fix this does nothing to government could do for this and there's nothing the republicans did to you either this is a decision you make well these two authors of the peace at the eu panin university san diego these law professors are being just attacked right now viciously believe me behind the scenes there has been a concerted leftist effort to debunk everything these people are saying because folks i'm telling you the left can't have a narrative of individual selfdetermination get married work hard invest your money go to school the left doesn't want that the left's narrative always is don't worry the republicans did this you are not a fall don't worry the conservatives did this you're not a false don't worry the 'libertarians did this you are not at fault it's always don't worry someone did this to you therefore vote for us mogo attacked them folks that's all they have they do i i you know it for those you listen to my show regularly and i know sometimes i i i tend to get a little emotional and some people like those show some people don't i mean to be fair i get more positive reviews it get avoids but still there are so people don't like it but what are the reason i get so passionate about the topic as having been a cop in the five precinct in eastern europe was a life changing event the seven five for those u unfamiliar with the areas each new york brooklyn it is one of the most crimeridden at the time i was there these areas of new york city it was just devastated by drugs by broken families it was a really tough place to work and it gets in your head folks i'm not going to mess with the in other people there twenty years who really had a hard time going out to work every night you know of nadda suicide when i was air it's a really tough place to work.
"university san diego" Discussed on College Football Live
"Check out espn films newly released thirty for thirty podcast from the producers of all ward winning documentary series this is an amazing collection of sports stories you need to fear speaking of amazing delta airlines and the flag delta app make your travel experience amazing easy with realtime bag tracking eve warding and passport scam during checking and don't forget the download thirty for thirty podcast the bill your flight with stories that will keep you coming back for more thank you for joining us for another addition of college football live i'm dead ladder holding a down today with the quarterback new greg mcelroy and brought hewart the guy that only makes sense that we begin with another former quarterback cbs sports did a poll recently anonymous of head coaches in college football asking quarter most overrated an underrated in their profession would you believe jim harbaugh got the most votes as thirteen percent of the coaches who are cold and answered think that he is the most overrated now full disclosure your guys the poll is an incredibly small sample size forty eight percent of the twenty six coaches polled chose not to answer this specific question but brock i'll begin with you does harb undeserved the distinction of overrated no other goods totally could completely ludicrous in my humble opinion i think that's lauda haters i don't think he's the most liked coach out there and i'm like a lot of the coaching fraternity the tries to build bridges them relationship that's never been his deal he's never been one that goes by conventional methods we've seen that through the years but document where he's been the success in every one of those stops at the university san diego with the forty nine ers at stanford at michigan the last couple of years i think he's one of the five best coaches in college football i put him at create chris peterson on that list right now of the two that have not won a national title kind of like those golfers that the best without a major i put those two right there i think he's phenomenal i think that polls ludicrous.