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"uscs" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"USC Trojan football report presented by the South Point Hotel and Casino. Let's join Coach Harvey Hide and Chuck Hayes as they provide live analysis of S. C football, the Pac 12 Conference and the latest college football action of the day. What's eating everyone. Yesterday's timeto huddle up in buckle up in right along with us as you do every Saturday, he needs a 9 to 10 P.m. without Trojan football report brought this by this out, Boy Hotel and casino. In Las Vegas, Nevada, You know, football goes here around it never ends so we never end. We love football. You love sports. We don't only talk about football. We talked about the Pac 12 recruiting all the different things that are happy and rule changes and You know all the things we've been to this year. Not only is a football program of football came on athletic department, but just life itself. Shut case. Good evening can win. Thank you for joining us. Well, coach. It's always great to talk with you, especially on a Saturday night when we're looking at USC program up close and personal. And since we last spoke to things or back, coach tug of war offseason conditioning program is back. And USC offered 1/6 grader. And that hasn't happened. Well since late different was there, so I thought we started off just coming right at you. We're going to go with the Oklahoma drill right away. What about this coach? The tug of war and recruiting sixth graders. What's what's wrong? What's right. Well, what sort of set the stage for everybody out there. You know us. She's a Is one of the traditional football programs in America. And normally you evaluate players as they move along, and you have people work for certain goals and want to be a Trojan or want to be a Look, I whatever in this situation, of course, want to be a Trojan and When you start to go to the sixth grade and 13 year olders and so on, you know so much can change in a person's life. I mean, even the football program. You could have a coach offer this kid of scholarship and if this kid accepts his scholarship You know that that coach and that staff will be there when that kid graduates from high school and if that scholarship even holds So you know, I think it's a little bit bit ridiculous. Programs have done it. They did it once before USC with a quarterback and he ended up not going there. And became a pretty good receiver in the NFL. So you know, I think it draws headlines as we're talking about it now, and the kid was excited and thanked everybody for the opportunity of possibly being a Trojan. A dream come true as it would be for any young man who wants to go to a great university. But I think you're getting a little bit. There's other players out there that might help you win sooner and model e not even save your job. But help you win National championships, Chuck and the tug of war Why don't you explain about the tug of war? But that sort of hit people who So what do you mean tug a war They're saying well killed during the offseason conditioning programs. One of the drills team building exercises that quite Helden and USC have been involved with. Has been an old fashioned tug of war, something he might do in grade school where you put a group of people on one side and you put another group of people on the other side of the rope. You tie a flag in the middle. You have an imaginary line where you have to pull it over. And basically, it's a strain you just pulling one group of people versus another and Left home. I checked on the football field. I don't ever remember ever seeing a rope on the field where people were pulling against each other. Now I know the idea is to create toughness. And commitment and durability and teamwork, but I think it's in potential injury type activity because it's not a natural position. Of which you're you are participating. You're trying to load in on your knees and dig in and you're using your upper body and your straining in ways that is not a normal football type position drill. Chuck, I agree with you. First of all, it's usually a fund Tug award type of thing You do in the sand at the beach, and you put some water in between the two. Pull the other team and do some Pool or whatever. You have a lot of fun with it, and so on. But I agree with you. It could be done as the offense against the defense. It could be a that defensive line against the offensive line. It could be a defensive back against the receiver pulley on a single rope. And Yeah, it does. It causes a lot of fun and and so on, But I look at it as becoming a better football player by doing that. And the chances you take as far as that type of conditioning. Because, as you mentioned, it puts a lot of strain on your knees and especially your back. And also your shoes. Your shoes. You're doing this for me on turf. You doing it on Astro turf and your cleats kick it started. You could float me or blow back or do something or Bicep, try cept or something that really could injure you. Especially if you've been coming through rehab type of program on certain things, so everybody would be able to do it, I would say. Get away from the tug of wars. I think there's other ways of building competitive thus make it more football related, and I think that you would have less chances of injuries. The injury factor to me is the biggest concern..
Welcome to Shondaland
"Tonight. We're talking about shonda rhimes. Who is like she's a total boss. Queen television absolutely all right so first. We'll talk a little bit about shonda. So shonda rhimes was born in chicago. Illinois in january nineteen seventy. She was the youngest of six children. Her mother vero was a college professor and her father. Eilly was a university administrator. And she'd said that she exhibited an early affinity for storytelling early on in her life. She attended marin catholic high school and served as a hospital volunteer which inspired an interest in hospital environments. She majored in english. And film studies at dartmouth college and she graduated in nineteen ninety-one at dartmouth the black underground theatre association. She divided her time between directing and performing in student productions and also writing fiction and after college. She moved to san francisco and worked in advertising but she moved to los angeles a little bit after that to stubby screening at the university of southern california. She was ranked top of her class at usc. And she earned the gary rosenberg writing fellowship. She obtained a master of fine arts degree from the. Us's school of cinematic arts. And while at usc rimes was hired as an intern by debra martin chase who was prominent black producer she also worked at denzel washington's company monday entertainment so after she graduated rimes was actually an unemployed script writer in hollywood and to make ends meet. She worked various jobs including as an office administrator. And then a counselor at a job center during this period rhymes worked as a research director documentary. Hank aaron chasing the dream which won the nineteen ninety-five peabody award. One thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight rhymes made a short film called blossoms. Unveils which starred. Jada pinkett smith and jeffrey rate. This is actually only credit as a film director. So that's nineteen ninety eight short film blossoms unveils new line cinema purchased a feature. Script of hers It ended up not being produced at that time but she received an assignment shortly thereafter to co write the hbo movie introducing dorothy dandridge in nineteen ninety nine which earned numerous awards further star. Halle berry. get out. I didn't realize that she colorado so interesting. Oh wait till you hear the the plethora of things that she's worked on. Oh no after grad school rhymes sold her first screenplay called human seeking same about an older black woman looking for love in the personal ads. And that film wasn't produced. But you have heard of her next project in two thousand and one rhymes wrote the debut film of pop singer. Britney spears the starring zoe saldana and taryn. Manning crossroads everybody. I didn't know that she wrote that. Get out up saying. I feel like it's been really it was really panned by the next but maybe for them. Okay no sometimes. It's it's sometimes you just want a nice story about friendship road trimming going on a road trip and having a nice time and may be hitting up a karaoke joint. Heck yeah and singing. I love rock and roll. That's all i'm saying is that maybe it's for them. I think lauren has actually seen crossroads. I have felt you know. She wrote that and then the next thing that she worked on in two thousand four was the sequel to the princess. Diaries called the princess diaries. Two royal engagement. Get out. yeah. I didn't realize that she was so like a dummy. I just assumed like shonda rhimes right out. The gate was grey's anatomy but apparently she was introduced are obsolete reduce. So she's working on all these film things in two thousand three. She actually wrote her first tv pilot. Abc it was about young female war correspondents but the network. Turn it down. You know what they didn't turn down ask project. So here's where sean hillen comes in sean. Billion is the name of rhymes production company shine million and its logo also referred to the shows that she has produced an also to rimes herself. So when we say shaun d land. It's like interchangeably sean. And her production company. Yeah and like the. Because i do remember like i think it was. Abc or nbc. I forgot what what channel she's on but it was. They were like girl a sorry But it was like thursday nights. Is sean the land. Because it was like it was like back to back to back to back shadowland shows. We'll talk about that. You have a basically they. They tried to rebrand thursdays. Like tgi. T thank goodness thursday because that its native shot in the land. I mean people are gonna watch no matter what they didn't need to need hype it up so The name shawn lane was stylized as capital s shonda capital l. Land one word from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen but since two thousand sixteen is all stylize lower case everything is lower case. It's always very recognizable font so you might often see in print as actually all lower case letters.
USC Plans Full Return To Los Angeles Campus For Fall Semester
"USC has announced plans for a full return on campus life when the fall semester rolls around, including in person classes and lots of students living in university housing. But of course, that all depends on a dramatic improvement in the Corona virus situation and an email sent to students. US. He's president says many steps are already underway to make things safer for them, including plans for on campus vaccination operation, extensive covert testing and reconfiguring classrooms and other buildings to allow for social distancing. And she says, there are now a new is a new sense of hope. About finally getting past this
USC Plans Full Return To Los Angeles Campus For Fall Semester
"USC has announced plans for a full return to campus when the fall semester comes, including in person classes and lots of students living in university housing. Of course, that all depends on improvement in the Corona virus situation. On email, said students US. He's president says a lot of steps already on the way to make things safer, including plans for a campus vaccination operation, extensive covert testing and reconfiguring classrooms and other buildings to allow for social distancing. He says there's now a new sense of hope about finally getting past the
White House Promises to Ship More Doses Than Ever Before of the COVID-19 Vaccine
"Despite the weather, the White House promising to ship more doses and states have ever received before starting today, millions of doses, of course, the later disrupted by this week storms. Senior covert advisor Andy Slavitt. We're asking Vaccine administration sites to extend their hours even further and offer additional appointments and to try to reschedule the vaccinations over the coming days and weeks as significantly more supply arrives. States and vaccination sites are going to want to be prepared for the additional value. New York governor, Cuomo says supplies the big issue. He expects the late vaccine to start getting here early next week. Many more doses by midweek, and there are more places to get it to new sites in Queens and Brooklyn. Appointments open just this hour for them. The sites themselves open February 24th Wednesday. Ah, Mass vaccination side open on Staten Island yesterday. In Los Angeles. Though the mass imaginations vaccination cited Dodger Stadium closed because of a lack shots. City officials there say that they will do their best to reopen it. Correspondent Sara Don Chiefs KCBS TV reports. Experts like USCs, Edward Jones Lopez are concerned. The CDC says patients can wait six weeks between the 1st and 2nd doses, and some health experts are saying if your second dose has been slightly delayed. It isn't necessarily something to worry about. Some people are even suggesting that it's maybe even a good idea to delay beyond the three and four ways But in theory at an individual level, there should be no issues. That is a correspondent Sara Dongshi reporting. Now there are more reopening
Los Angeles-Based USC Plans Full Return To Campus For Fall Semester
"It will be ready to fight on on campus by this year's fall semester President Carol Fault role in the letters she posted online of the way things were headed in crowded iris cases and hospitalizations US. He expects to return to in person on campus life and classes in the fall. She also says no one expects approval for in person classes in the spring semester. Instead, USC will ease back into campus life by opening its libraries that have reduced capacity. Plus swimming pools, outdoor recreation areas and the bookstore by appointment, only. There's a link to president Faults. Letter at KNX 10 70 calm
1 in 3 Los Angeles County residents concerned about losing their home due to pandemic
"Shows how the pandemic is worse than the quality of life for many people living in L. A county from access to education, housing, food and health care. The disparities were already there, but the pandemic made them that much worse, I'd say right now. One of the biggest problems we're seeing is the lack of affordability of housing. Kyla Thomas is a sociologist with the USC Dorn's Life Center for economic and Social Research, She says one in three people in Los Angeles County Worried about losing their home in 2020 about 65% of L. A county rent turns our rent burden, meaning they spend more than 30% of their income and rent 44% are severely rent burden, and we do know we're seeing higher levels of rent Burton out then we saw a year ago. The results of the study paint what researchers call a silvery in picture of the social and economic conditions. In the county. Chris Eden's
39 murders reported in Los Angeles in January
"Increase in Elia's murder rate started after the pandemic has grown even worse, according to researchers. Those at USC say the police records now show 39 murders across the city of Los Angeles in January. They say That's a 34% increase from the previous year. Even though they say the overall crime rate actually fell. 20%. LAPD chief Michael Moore has said that more officers will be assigned to the high crime neighborhoods starting this Sunday, nine out of 10 of last month's murder victims were black or Latino men.
Several of D.A. Gascón's reforms blocked by Los Angeles County judge
"And just a moment, But first our top local stories at 103. L. A County prosecutor score win against Diego George Gascogne in the legal battle over some of their bosses. Most controversial reforms and L. A Superior Court judge has temporarily barred Gascon from enforcing part of his policy on sentencing enhancements, including a ban on three strikes allegations. The preliminary injunction also lets prosecutors keep special circumstance allegations that could lead to a sentence of life without the possibility of parole. The ruling does allow Gascon to bar the charging of sentencing enhancements in new cases. L. A County Prosecutors union, which filed a lawsuit against the D a late last year, celebrating the judge's decision, saying it's based on what the law is and not what an officeholder thinks it should be. USC law professor Jody Armor, a supporter of gas cons policies, says this legal battle, which is being closely watched by reformers around the country is far from over. There is going to be an appeal for short armer says Prosecutors have a lot of discretion and how to uphold the law. Jackie Lacey sought the death penalty even while Governor Newsome Had a moratorium on it. A prosecutor can exercise discretion not to seek the death penalty and is not violating their oath of office. In doing so, so prosecutorial discretion is built into the job. And so your priorities how you prioritized that prosecutorial discretion reflects your values and your values are supposed to come from what the voters
Getting back to the pre-pandemic economy
"Know what this economies like right now right shaky in many parts uneven who is recovering and who's not uncertain for both people and businesses so the forecast we got yesterday from the congressional budget office. It's guesses for this year. Promising even without more federal relief we're on track for the economy to be roughly back where it was in the before times by the middle of this year. Thank you vaccines. The labor market is gonna take longer. But let's examine that baseline concept for a second here the idea of getting back to the pre pandemic economy because as marketplace's kimberly adams reports even if the numbers do get back to where they used to be the economy's probably gonna look real different even though gross domestic product can kinda be shorthand for how an economy is doing. Gdp growth does not translate into equal growth off earnings and employment ariane hege issues with the institute for women's policy research. She says the before times or kind of a perfect example of this unemployment was low but often significantly higher for some groups like black and latino ex-workers also and not of women worked in jobs. Where you even with full time year round working. You could not pick yourself. You still needed to snap benefits particularly if you have kids then came. The pandemic worthy economic fallout was far worse for women and people of color particularly in the service sector. Emily knicks teaches labor economics. At the usc marshall school of business and says all this will shape. What the recovery looks like. If you come from a wealthier background you bounce back a lot faster than if you come from a poor background and so another concern we might have is that this pandemic is going to increase income inequality this same logic applies for small businesses. I think we need to define what is normal cherise. Conan johnson is a managing partner at the advisory firm neck. St how are we going to make sure that the communities and small businesses that have been systemically left-back pre pandemic are getting systemic changes. I think that we need to make sure that they're successful. She says for those communities returning to pre pandemic economic conditions might not be enough for an actual economic
Why Los Angeles should not return to normal after the pandemic
"Valley should not focus on returning to normal once the covert outbreak is over, but should instead take aggressive action to build the local economy that works better for more of its residents. That call it comes from a group called the Committee for Greater L. A, which is made up of researchers from U. C. L. A. And USC who prepared the report with the input ability, local business leaders, government officials, nonprofit groups. Says the pandemics actually highlighted many longstanding economic inequities that already existed in Los Angeles, and they should be addressed as soon as possible. Once the crisis ends. The borderline
70% of Those Surveyed in Los Angles County Say They Will Likely Get Vaccine
"A professor of epidemiology at U. C L. A who studies vaccine hesitancy says celebrities and other influencers can help alleviate people's concerns about getting the shot. People need to relate to somebody who's getting vaccinated or who's delivering information. And if the information information is being delivered in a way that's not relatable. It's not helpful, and I think that that's been one of big issues across the board with public health communication that we have a very hard time presenting information way that isn't lecturing people. Researchers at USC who are studying people's attitudes about the pandemic. Find about 70% of those surveyed in L. A county say they're likely to get the vaccine. Plenty of plastic You talk a annexed in 70. NewsRadio,
Food Activism with Jenny Dorsey
"Jimmy dorsey welcome to the model majority. Podcast today thank you for being one of our very first episodes to record in the year. Twenty twenty one which is a very exciting for so many people that we are here at this point but before we get into all that one actually start from the very beginning to get to know your personal story a little bit. i love to hear about. Where did you grow up. how did you grow up. And if anything during that time leads you become who. You are today as a chef but also has an activists usc for sure so i was born in shanghai china and my parents moved to the us when i was around to pursue their both of them are scientists and so they moved to new york. They went to a school in the bronx. And so i followed them when i was up three and a half with grandparents so i was really raised by my grandparents growing up And lived in new york until about eight. Yeah that's i think that's right. I moved to seattle so i. I set my larger chunk of my childhood in seattle washington and ended up going to school College in seattle as well so like good decade plus in seattle cut the no it and during that time also like learned. I think that seattle is not the place for me. I really really wanted to go back to new york so right after college and making that switch back to new york i i. started in management consulting after college. I was a finance major in school. Originally marketing major switched over to finance was not doing so great. Marketing and very quickly knew that finance. It's fine but it was something that is not naturally good at it. You know. I think everyone kind of has their own talents and you can tell you a talented something when it's really yes you're still gonna have to work hard and there's times where you're not doing great job or what. Not but for the most part. Like in makes just intuitively makes sense to you and tell. The numbers intuitively. Don't make sense to me the way that they did to other people And i hate like the serota asian being good at math and talk about that maybe later on but at least it was like a way to get my foot in the door ever since i was young. Who was always a big part of my life. But i didn't even think about it in college or honestly dion for a while because it was never really encouraged by my family. My family going up with more traditional than they are now I'm chinese american and like and we kind of because they were scientists. They were very wary of Career or they felt that. I cannot get ahead because they were you know they were in our lab. They were always the ones that were doing all the work. If you've just look at lab dynamic it's always usually by hawk. Individuals a lot of them. Asian east asian or south asian. Doing all the research all the were all the writing but who is the main like name on the paper that you see who's getting nobel peace prize for their work in science. It's usually white men and that dynamic played out throughout my childhood. I never really consciously understood it but now looking back it was. You know my parents had these bosses. And i'd be like but you do everything and they get all the credit. I'll get it. You know so anyway. I think my parents really wanted me to find a career where i could succeed and not have to be under someone's thumb so to speak and they really wanted you know they've really encouraged less ultra prenatal careers for more careers where you can make money and you can be independent so business. Definitely they definitely encouraged. I was an undergrad business school and they were like yeah. You can now go out as a console. You do make a lot more money like you know so. They just wanted that stability they wanted to non you know. Be a lab technician salary for me Even if they really loved the sciences sciences so anyway with that kind of mind food never really felt like a real clear path. Never really thought about. I never really even explored at. I had no idea what to do right. I think a lot of people who are interested in food don't really know how many years pm and starting my career absolutely hated it. I was in the fashion and luxury division. So i usually work with clients in your fashion and luxury so i spent a lot of time By clothes being obsessed with clothes and shoes and being skinny and it was like a really tough period of time because everyone around me really encourage that behavior as well. It was always about how you lose more way out of your book. Nice you know there was a lot of judgement and it. I think it really came to a head. there was one time at At work where our partner came in and she was very fashionable. Amazing like wealthy Woman and she had brought in a bunch of clothes she had purchased at a sample sale. We We work in chelsea in new york city and chelsea market. Has this like if you've been. There was kind of large area in the center of the market. That always has sampled feels. And i guess she had gone to hurry and she just said that she would just buy everything that basically that was in her size and just figure it out later and it was. I mean there was a lot of things but let's about. But i just remember thinking of this woman coming ahead at all. You know she was. She was such a bath right and the fact that she would come in with a garbage bag full of new clothes designer clothes. It's like it's never ending hole in your heart that you're just trying to fill with dot and you can't ever fill it like spoil alert for anyone who's over there you can't feel it it's impossible it doesn't matter how much money you out you can't feel it because that's not something that can be so thing
Alabama beats Ohio State to win College Football national championship
"Number one Alabama has won the college football playoff national championship game, 52 to 24 against Number three Ohio State, Alabama with 13 and no as coach, Nick Saban won his seventh national championship and six this coach of the Crimson Tide. All in the last 12 years. You Dove men's basketball team lost both games in the Bay Area last week dropped to one and nine on the season. They'll be on the road this week Face USC and U C L. A. The U Dub Women's Program remains on Pause. Did a Cove it issues?
Los Angeles Dodger Stadium to Transition Into Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Site
"Here here in in California California getting getting people people vaccinated vaccinated about about a a million million doses doses just just sitting sitting idle. But there is movement change that up, at least in the city of Los Angeles, where Dodger Stadium they're switching it from a testing site to a mass vaccination site. Let's get more from Dodger Stadium this morning and can extend seventies John Where they should have the stadium switched over to a vaccination site by the end of the week. Right now is a very popular testing facility. There's always a long line of cars here in the morning, But after today that's over and done in L. A officials hope to be able to vaccinate as many as 12,000 people a day once the conversion is completely finished. The state is barely scratched the surface as far as getting the vaccine distributed and distributed quickly. Dr David Eggers have kept medicine at USC says that has to change. Certainly. California did not predict that the hospital's, which was the dominant place of distributing vaccine will be overwhelmed like they are today. State officials recently broadened the list of who can qualify for the vaccine, allowing teachers and Child care workers and people over the age of 75 to be inoculated if there's a risk of vaccine doses, expiring and having to be tossed out.
Gunman kills 3, wounds 5 in Chicago shooting spree before being shot dead by police in Evanston
"That span six locations from the far South side to Evanston ended with the shooter being killed by police. Last night. It began in Hyde Park when police say 32 year old Jason Nightingale killed the USC student in a parking garage. He then shot two women in an East end apartment building lobby. One was the security guard who also died. Keith Goodwin lives in the area. It's very troublesome. Like I said, it's been a third one. I can think of in the last year literally blocked within a block radius. But I mean, you kind of a little bored. You think you're in a safe area. That's just it's really getting back. That's horrible. The gunman, then carjacked a a man man and and drove drove to to a a South South side side store store shot shot a a man man dead dead and and critically critically hurt hurt an an 81 81 year year old old woman. woman. Then Then shot shot a a teenage teenage girl girl in in the the backseat backseat of of a a car. car. She She is is in in critical critical condition condition in
Texas Hires Alabama's Steve Sarkisian as Coach
"Announced that the Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, will be the next head football coach of the Texas Longhorns, Sarkeesian says he's been waiting for an opportunity like this. I knew I wanted to be head coach again. I thought it could happen again. But I was just hopeful that the right job would come and definitely felt like this was one. Sarkeesian held previous head coaching positions at Washington and USC, combining for 46 35 overall record and a
Interview With Dr. Stephen Porges
"Doctor porges. Are you there. i'm here yeah. I want to gush about you for a second because i am a giant fan of your work and the observations that you brought to light. I thought it was time we took your material to the public. Which i know is going to be a little bit of a task because it's very physiological and very technical but this is the future. Are we off line. No we're on. We're on the rock. I know it sounds like i'm not talking. Okay then go ahead and gosh yes. Dr borjas develop. Something called the polly vega theory. And it is that may not be a term that is immediately apparent what it means everybody. But he basically has shown how a part of our central nervous system that has been ignored for longtime or at least marginalized. Maybe at the core of understanding. How i describe this. How are emotional. Landscapes work I i came to work. Dr portas through alan shore. I may humble disciple of his work and his his work informed. Everything i do and he is backed by the Will be on in a couple of episodes to talk to you about his work But he has been able to show you know how the emotional landscape is built how the self is built and how this is a a. We've missed the fact that this is a bodily based experience and that the auto onomic nervous system sort of breaks accelerator of our system has been marginalized in our understanding of this thing. We call motions and feelings. Is that a good way to sort of bring it start actually going if you don't mind me dancing in spring it I actually Realized i finally realized that you were trained as an internist. And what i would say is to start this. I would say that. What i do is really the interface between internal medicine and psychiatry. Yes so You should find yourself feeling very much at home. With the linkage of the on a nommik nervous system to behavioral mental health disorders will and it. Maybe that's why you ended up in addiction medicine too. Because that's a similar crossroad You know it's it's very much you know medical. There's a lot of medical stuff going on. It's there's neurobiology that's completely out of whack there's interpersonal there's dynamic issues psychiatric issues but ultimately it is about the body and the body's relation to the brain and that is something that i think has been when people talk for instance talk. I'm getting off topic completely right away here but whenever hear people talking about you know Computers or artificial intelligence. I think wait a minute. Humans have this all other thing that they're embedded in that informed so much of what they're experiencing maybe it's all of what they're experiencing but it also informs what they're thinking how they remember things and how they process information. It's why there's things like intuition and why we have insights those actually our bodies creating those those sorts of moments. I suspect well. We are biological. I mean that's what we are and whatever we do whether it's art or music or social interactions. It's really based on our biology. And this tends to be you know marginalized this importance and as you've already realized that we live in a world that is very i'll use the term cognitive centric or cle biased. It's being the same thing that this little part of the brain that deals with our awareness and our alertness in our consciousness is the major role of our brain and it's not really To help our body run and the way. Our body is functioning also feedback and provides porto's of accessibility to different mental competencies. Well let's try to talk about the vagus nerve and what you observe to talk about the poly vegas theory. I by the way gave a lecture at the usc university southern california. I know where you are. You're at dr professor of psychiatry university of north carolina By the way you can find more information at steven porges. Pr ge's dot com and the book. Which will be on. Our website is the poly bagel theory. gave a lecture not university of southern carolina near you. The university of southern california which is our usc and I tried to tip toe into your material. It was interesting because I do think. I do use it so much. In terms of helping people understand. Emotional regulation and inter subjective experiences. And they were pretty receptive. I even wrote an exam question about it which is about basic theory based in a national in a format that we're all accustomed to talk about what you observe how you got into this. Well i i'll talk about the history of getting into it in a moment but i The theory is extraordinarily logically based. But it's also intuitive. So now you have this balance between really deep science and the history of neuro anatomy off the allergy in the study of evolution on one side and the other side. The intuition of it this is this is how we feel that we act and when you put those layers together suddenly demystify. The unusual experiences people have had especially those who have been traumatized health issues. how i got into. This is really backwards. I think We all get into things that interest us about feelings and trying to understand our our body but we often go into profession so i started off in psychology and i was interested in physiological markers or parallels of psychological processes with kind of a dream that you could put electrodes on people and you Understand a lot about them without talking to them okay so you could understand A lot about their physiological states. And as i started to do my work and this is actually several decades ago i started to ask more serious questions not Simply where there correlates or relationships between ordinary activity and talking to prophecies or emotional states
Why the 2020 census matters
"Kwanza in an earlier episode of the ten news. We learned about the. Us census the once every ten years event where every single person living in the us and its territories is counted recently. The supreme court decided to postpone making a decision about whether undocumented immigrants should or should not be counted in the census. It's a big deal because the numbers help determine how resources get distributed to communities as well as how many seats dates have in the house of representatives and their number of electoral college votes. We'll have to wait and see where this decision goes. But in the meantime let's revisit our previous story from correspondent. Pamela kirkland all about the twenty twenty census. It happens once every ten years and it's old like really really old but it's also something very important that every person living in the united states is encouraged to participate. In what am i talking about. It's the census but what is it. And why should you care if you're counted. We asked alex and her mom yasmina boa. Who know an awful lot about it to make sense of the census. Hi i'm alex. I am a student and i'm twelve years old. Hi my name is. Yes men in. I in alex's mom and i became interested in twenty twenty senses. Be some work. That i was doing at count the nation which is associated with the usc annenberg innovation lab. What exactly is the census for people who don't know so it's a survey that happens. Once every ten years of everyone who lives in the united states for example they count newborns children. Teenagers adults teachers parents and grandparents basically everyone the first census an seventeen ninety. That's a long long time running in. Why does the census count matter. The census data matters for kids and families because this is how the government gives money to our communities base up. The number of people who live in a city or state also called our population. The money pays for funding for schools and teachers libraries parks health clinics breakfast and lunch programs at some schools and college scholarship money for some students. The census money pays for a lot. Which is why. It's important for our family to participate and for all of us be counted. No senses numbers also determine how many representatives go to washington dc to represent us in our needs. So i live in california. And they're almost forty million people who live in the state which is the largest population in the country and california has fifty three representatives out of four hundred thirty five but this may change based off of the two thousand twenty cents census numbers. Where did this passion for the census in the census count. Come from well. My mall would not stop talking about it because she worked on it. She got me super interested in it after the many times. She's talked about it. Okay mom so how much were you talking about. The census to alex ally in. It's something that i wasn't really too aware of Myself they didn't realize how important it was to everything that we do all the services that we use in our communities. So when i learn more about it than i thought it was really important for a alex to realize that into be able to talk to her friends in her peer group about why it is important that everyone participates. If you are a kid. How do you participate in the census. So you can help your parents fill out. The census online by going to my twenty twenty census dot gov. It takes less than ten minutes. If you aren't counted now you won't be able to be counted for another ten years with super important if your child is ten years old in their parent forgets to count them. They can't be counted again until they're twenty years old. So the importance of being counted over the next ten years really affects. Everyone's lie every single day so working together to make sure. Our communities in schools are stronger by doing something that takes seven minutes over. The internet is something that i think we should all try to do. The younger generation has so much power. And by just asking your parents to the census can do like make a big difference and even just like going on the internet and researching it on your own can be very interesting and beneficial and you could tell your parents about it and at the end of the day is it's a really good thing to do. The census count is currently closed. And the next time it comes around in twenty thirty you may be filling it out yourself. Have you heard about. The world's loneliest. Elephant name is calvin and he lived alone at a zoo in pakistan for eight years and that was until early december
"uscs" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"But the i think the top five will be some combination of alabama notre dame. Clemson ohio state and texas am again. We secre We disagree on whether clemson will be there if they lose again to notre dame. I don't know wh what about tonight though. We'll comes to me in the top five tonight. Oh yeah of course. Yeah they'll be in the top five tonight will be interesting is what do you do if ohio state loses to north her. They can't go. You've ears your opening if usc. Yeah heather dench actually was on espn also with keyshawn in the morning. I here's what she says needs to happen for you to go to the college football playoff. If you see is going to get in this thing obviously it has to beat oregon. It has beat oregon convincingly but then it needs all kinds of chaos above. It needs iowa state to lose it needs cincinnati to lose it needs texas. Am to tennessee. It's goes beyond punctuating your resume with that conference title and again gary barter. The selection committee chair has said this repeatedly all year. The eye test is going to matter this year. More than any other season because of these unbalanced resumes when you look at. Usc is it one of the four best teams in the country. The selection committee hasn't even deemed the top ten teams to this point. And i would say. And i would say who knows we who knows we're undefeated. We've clinched a berth in the fiesta bowl for all intents and purposes right. There is if there is a fiesta bowl. Yeah i mean arizona's a little bit more liberal than california's and by the way you know greg. Sankey who's the commissioner of the sec. Right greg sankey. He wants the rosebowl to not happen. He wants to call well. A playoff game to be moved to the south skew mandel. Who's coming on next hour with us has an article today in the athletic outlining. All of that. And there's a decent chance the rosebowl is not going to happen. Stay tuned for stu. Next hour he'll explain why and mays it's millions to the rose bowl in the city of pasadena if that game doesn't get played but here's the argument and it's an interesting one. They want fans not necessarily fans but they want family members to be able to attend the game and remember. Usc and ucla made this argument to governor newsom. And he said no. But if they play a game even a semifinal game or even just a regular rose bowl pasadena as of right now not even their families can go. So why wouldn't you move that game. Why would say to the south. Don't give them a home field southern advantage. If you're going move it somewhere moved to arizona. Maybe we don't. We don't know who's who's playing in it yet right while it's going to be a college football playoff matchup right. But he's a net game. Moving into glendale gives them an advantage over. Alabama chances. Are it's going to be an sec. Team an sec. I don't know the way they run this frigging college football playoff thing. It's like three. Sec teams it. Could be three sec teams in this thing could be what it's probably going to be is alabama clemson which is sec acc. Right and the ohio state notre dame. So you could move. Play that ohio state notre dame game in the south right. That wouldn't that wouldn't there but one's in ohio ones in indiana. That wouldn't give an advantage to win team in the other right but obama clemson game. I don't think should be in atlanta where you can have fans. That's kind of weird. You basically have a home wintel advantage. Who who would. That's like equidistant. Between clemson and alabama who would have the advantage atlanta's like isn't it atlanta like three hours from clemson and three hours from alabama perfume may have stumbled into the perfect solution. Yager fee is not my i. I trying to make a point and you made the opposite point in a really good way. That's exactly where they should play that game. Then fans from both teams go yesterday by the way and there were lots of tweets about this. Thank you for the correction. Russia is in europe. russia is in europe. Part of it is in asia. Part of his asia asia europe lindsay was right in. Your only half wrong is only half wrong. I agree with you all right coming up next for. You is the scoop. A bunch of stuff that we haven't gotten to yet mason ireland seven ten. Espn hey let me ask john. Do you think we should be going to christmas music now. Nine days out from right ten days out from the holiday. Why not yeah whore. Hey can we really shows tomorrow here. Are we going to the scoop right now. Yeah we're going to scoot. Why replaying bob. Marley don't know okay. There's never anything wrong with marley. All right john a man who claims to be an associate of quiet. Leonard is suing clippers executive jerry west because he claims to have helped los angeles land. Coli johnny wilks claims to have had an agreement to work for west during the clippers. Courting of hawaii wilkes reportedly told west april twenty nineteen that he had close ties to leonard and his uncle dennis robertson. This allegedly moved west to ask wilkes a few leaks weeks later. If he could help the clippers land kawhi yet. Nothing in life is free wilkes told west. He would do it but it would cost two point five million dollars. West agreed to the terms and and promptly wilkes claims to have helped the team land. Kawai john do you believe this guy. Johnny wilks and does this case have merit i. Don't i think that.
"uscs" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"A hiring freeze and identifying more than 100 million of unlit quid ated obligations. Between April and June. We began the year working to adjust agency spending as we had already identified that our current fee schedule was insufficient to recover. Estimated cost this fiscal year. I have spoken to many of you and your staff's about our fiscal crisis and our funding proposal, which will ensure that USGS continues operations throughout this fiscal year and start fiscal year 2021 on strong financial footing. Most important to me are the men and women of us Dia's who continue to successfully perform our agencies critical mission under such uncertain circumstances in these unprecedented times facing a pandemic, USGS employees engaged innovative strategies to continue the limited naturalization ceremonies to prevent the spread of covert 19. While our slowdown did delay taking the oath for some, I'm proud to report that all 110,000 of those pending oaths will be completed by the end of this week. This is merely a snapshot of the spectacular work done by the talented and dedicated USCs workforce. Starting in June. We safely and effectively reopened most USCs offices while protecting applicant and employees safety during the ongoing covert 19 pandemic at field offices. We implemented a variety of measures such as providing hands. Sanitizer entry points, requiring facial coverings, installing physical barriers and social distancing markings at asylum officers. USGS began conducting video facilitated asylum interviews using available technology, including mobile devices provided by us to ensure that the asylum officer, applicant interpreter and representative can fully and safely participate in the interview while maintaining social distancing. As our offices resume in person services, USDA is looks to pick up where we left off. Last year, USCs naturalized, 834,000 new U. S citizens and 11 year high. The agency completed over 103,000 credible fear claims a record high and more than 113% increase since 2015 as well as approximately 79,000 affirmative asylum applications. The dedication and commitment of the U. S s workforce is inspiring. Even as the financial situation in the specter of large scale furloughs have been the toughest obstacle we have faced. I look forward to doing whatever it takes and working with Congress to resolve this issue. Lastly, I would like to announce the productive conversation I've had with witnesses set to appear on the second panel later this morning. I believe we share a strong commitment to the USGS workforce and remain confident that we can work together to find a resolution. Thank you again for the opportunity to testify today. I look forward to answering any questions you may have. On. Thank you, Mr Ed Lowe. And this is the time when members of the subcommittee may ask questions of our witness for five minutes each, and I will begin as you're aware, except uncapped categories such as immediate relatives are immigration law provide a certain number of employment and family based immigrant visas each fiscal year. There are millions of people who've been waiting for decades. Until of these is available to them. According to recent reports. An estimated five million individuals with approved immigrant visa petitions are waiting in the immigrant visa backlog. Mr L Low. Do you agree that the Immigration and Nationality Act requires these visas to be issued? If there's enough demand? Congresswoman, I agree that we have a duty to get us close to the immigrant visa caps that Congress has said. At per year as we possibly can, and we are making progress this year to getting there, obviously, with the with the in person service is closed for a number of months, including an application support centers. We have not been able to move as many as we would have liked to through through the process.
"uscs" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Now in the off season. We do our best to pay homage. Those of you who right into solid verbal at gmail.com to those who post on read it on facebook on twitter, and most recently on instagram. We've found that instagram is a fertile crescent. Really Good College football in non, college football questions. Is that right? Yes, that has been my experience that that has been overwhelming so. I will turn it over to use, or you get to pick from the hat the first few questions that we got come through on all the social media channels. All right we're going to get the fourth of July questions, and we will let you know when we're done with college football questions. If you're only here to listen to college football that's read that school will let you know when we are officially done with college football questions though I do want to throw out a tease tie. Because David on, instagram asked maybe my favorite question. We've ever been asked. How many hotdogs should I eat? Wow, how many hotdogs should I eat? To that okay? Wow, that might have lot. Thinking about that one okay, with only one two three, four five six seven words. There's a lot there. Okay. We were just talking about USC. Let's assume the best. Let's assume glass half full, or all the way full Kenneth wants no does USC. Keep it quote close. He defines that as fewer than three touchdowns against Alabama Anti. I will rephrase this question to say if they played ten times. How many times if we are presuming Alabama is superior in some way. How many times does USC keep this game competitive with really promising quarterback and cadence lavis talent on both sides of the ball, but a new defensive coordinator and some new assistance. They play them of ten first game of the year right. Correct, yeah, neutral site North Texas neutral site. I'm going to say three or four out of ten. Okay! If memory serves Alabama's in a position where they're gonNA have to rebuild a chunk of their defense, especially the secondary. And we know that this is an offense under Graham Harrell and Keaton slow vis, and with all the weapons that USC has out wide. They're going to attack through the air. I have a lot of faith that nick. Sabin can build up that secondary over the course of a season. That's what he does well how he's made. Much of his own a claim by game on this game one, there will be some growing pains I'm sure Sabin would be the first to admit that and look. Three touchdowns as a lot, I think we're used to Alabama blowing teams out, and so maybe it doesn't feel like that big margin when they're involved, but no three four out of ten. Maybe that's still not great, but it's better than zero we saw. Against pretty good teams last year. Wasn't that good? At sort of run out of their own stadium by Oregon, the bowl game against Iowa was ugly. Now are bowl games indicative. They're not necessarily indicative, but we've seen USC get run out of stadiums by decent teams recently with Kaeding Slovak there though I think is good. Three touchdowns Mack Jones Harris, still Jalen waddled Avantis Smith. Yeah I think it's two or three out of ten, especially with the new defensive coordinator, so we assume USC's defensive look is going to be pretty simple without a lot of time to get things organized to get the verbiage down. That's a tough. Ask to go into week. One a huge stadium like that even if it's empty. It's still daunting. I think so. I, think they keep it close. A weird circumstance turnovers onside kicks injuries whatever but to count on that as seems like a lot so. I got. I have I have Alabama comfortably in this game so I'm going to say well. Okay I think we generally agree though. Two to four. where. We go next, Kyle. No less miles question mark thoughts question mark. He's. He's a fun, Guy. He wish you were recruiting at a better clip right now. They are sort of on the nine ten in terms of average talent for the twenty four seven composite right there with Iowa state, who has a coach has proven. He can get the most out of his players without the most talented who's also recruited pretty well less miles hasn't done that. They have they'll have a new quarterback this year. I like their offense coordinator in the switch. They made last year, but It's hard to see much to believe in right now with Kansas. Happy to be wrong. Happy to think. Maybe he's a MAC brown type who finds second life, but North Carolina was in a lot better place. There are a lot more competitive when Mac joined just. It's hard to see anything better than a foreign eight five and seven type ceiling Kansas at any point in his tenure. I think I'm with you on that, but I'll hearken back to what happened. Last season in Kansas was better than they were the previous year. They were poorer. As I like to say I'm looking over what they did. There were some close losses. On schedule. I'm not gonNA pretend like West. Virginia was any kind of Goliath but right to lose by five. To West Virginia that that's an improvement. Get One until on, add last. It's still improvement for Kansas Dan. Okay, okay. How about on the road at Texas losing by two? Not GonNA pretend. Texas was a national championship contender, but Fifty to fifty eight. Million more data change. Yeah, they made. The coordinator changes a brand new offense. The texts hadn't seen with a bunch of injuries on the tech side, not making an excuse, but you also look at what Kansas Against Baylor right. That's a problem in the program. I'm trying to highlight. The happy moments here even at Iowa state. That was a ten point game. They put up some points I just..
"uscs" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Say. We should probably break it down there. Hunter was the best player but Michael Jordan thought you've done i. don't see anybody being close. He's a Chan. There's a lot of seven tomatoes out there. Teams. He also thinks that MJ scored forty five points easily. If be played in today's NBA and said that he would average fifty one well, Michael also wouldn't be as great as a defensive player. 'cause you couldn't hand check. which was his not so secret weapon so I think Jordan wouldn't be as dominating on the defensive end. I think yeah, I mean. You can't stop any point guards now. If your FA- like a Westbrook, you can't. You can't stop point. Guards, everybody more speed. Dowse and you just can't stop anybody so Michael wouldn't be as dominant defensively, and that was a huge component to his game. Shack might score. Well here's the other thing. It's not a mid range game. So Michael never showed an ability to hit the current three with this gigs. Michael had a unique body shoot hands for average feet, so Michael size thirteen shoe. That's pretty average by NBA standard small by some NBA standards, but enormous hands so Michael was not somebody where the three point shot was effortless. Built to be fast. I do think that Michael would have maybe because he wasn't a natural three point shooter, but it wasn't an important part of the game back then so I do think that. If he was playing today, he would focus on improving his three point shot. He was a very efficient scorer. As we know so I, don't know I kinda. Kinda brought a little of the mid range back last year. Oh, I don't tell me I. Don't know that it would've been completely ineffective I. Don't doubt Michael would have been dominant i. Forty five is a lot. He he's also. He was not just a mid range shooter. He was the greatest mid range shooter. Ever I think he would be somewhat reluctant to move off the greatest blank. I mean Ricky Henderson stole basis. Don't take that away from that. That's his DNA so again. Michael would be great, but I think we're. We always rushed to this. Just score forty, five Kevin durant seven feet. You can't block his shot and he doesn't average forty five by the way Michael in order to win today. Because Michael's about winning, he'd have to play with other stars, so it Scottie Pippen was never a score to win championships today. You better have a second score and a third so I don't think Michael would be doing that to win champion. Defense thing would be interesting because we're removing the hand. Is An important element of it, but it's not that the game is not. Like it's it's still a very physical. There's not obviously the fouls that we're seeing on the. You can't stop anybody from getting to the basket now. Remember this so the whole tech. They protect the shooter so much more now Kobe. Bryant's record went down. The Mauri scored over thirty, so Michael scored forty five. What Star would wanNA play with him. Who wants to play with guys? Scoring forty-five in your average goes twenty eighteen, so Michael would end up playing with really great players. In, so he would that this is just it's one of those. It is, but it's so fun, though, but it would work and now the NBA is kind of different than the last year. Because would that work in like the Big Three era when everyone three stars who knows so? The Rams unveiled their new uniforms for the twenty twenty season we saw the League of their logos, and then the release of their logos, and that was a little bit of backlash, but the new look includes a Blue Jersey teaching featuring a yellow gradients. Numbering with interchangeable, blue or yellow pants, I love the home unity, and then there's also an off White Jersey and pant combination. New Helmet is a metallic chrome blue I. Don't get I, think they look tight? They're clean. I actually love Them I love. The helmets I did not like the new logo I felt like it. Kinda resembles like a boss logo or something. It just wasn't as Strong for for Rams Lego, but these uniforms are great. Those uniforms favorite those comedy I think I gotTa be honest in the NFL cowboys uniforms. I like them because they're clean. These are just cleaned, but these also look very la Yes. They're very sharp. They pop so the job ramps. All right finally doesn't just engage. He just tickets to face a title unification bout later this year and Dana. White says it could happen as early as this summer and interview with ESPN shock. He said he has. He said he plans to have be. The fight take place in July on fight island, which should be ready to host events by mid June so island is the ideas not gone? Obviously, we know they had you have see to forty nine in. In Jacksonville this weekend, but he is still working on doing the the private. With all the fighters there and having Keiichi be on fight I it will be their biggest revenue grossing fight. No wait wait won't be mayweather and Connor so it'll be. kind of a that wasn't. Not really like a UFC right for a split situation. Specifically, UFC, only fight. I mean just engage. In, this fight would be in in my opinion. The only thing that would rival it is nate Diaz and Conor McGregor. The second time they fought that felt like in my this felt like this generation's Ali. Frazier yes, that was a huge fight, but this won't be so important, because obviously it's going to be limited sports on television as well. We'll talk more about this story on joy chat at three thirty eastern on Caffeine, free APP subscribed to the Fox sports channel and we'll be live at three thirty eastern on caffeine shot. Very good stuff joy Taylor with the news. Well, that's the news and thanks for stopping by the heard. Yesterday I was told by two people I trust. The USC Alabama game will not happen. It's a pipe dream. The people I talked to brought up several points number. One College football is going to be more regional this year. It's going to be realized and it should less travel. Don't put student athletes. These are not professional athletes. Do not put them in the crosshairs on Cross. Country Trips College football's going to be more regional. By the way there was a report by Paul Finebaum that Obama has already contacted Tcu if USC and Bama cannot play TCU is scheduled the place cow USC back, so you had to pack twelve teams, and that is drying up and it should. In my opinion, there is also the NC Double A. has not had any parameters on. If you have to start the same time huge disadvantage to California schools USC is concerned. I'm told about not having enough practices. Alabama could have. Have a three week to a month head, start on practices. No thanks facing Nick Sabin who has Twenty More Practices Than My coaching staff, and my players are equipped to deal with also California. Yesterday announced three more months. Stay at home, no large gatherings. How does UCLA practice? How does USC practice as southern states are much more willing to let it go? The CAL state system announced yesterday. No on campus classes this fall. Don't be shocked. The PAC twelve at least in California follows. the uneven practice schedule I'm told right now. The leader in the Clubhouse is the PAC twelve, playing a condensed football schedule, spring or fall. Based on ten to eleven games PAC twelve teams facing another one another no out of conference games. I am rooting for it to happen I. Think less travel more. Regionalization is the way to go. And so that's what I am told USC for the record. If there's ever been a break in scheduling, not playing Alabama with more preparation time than.
"uscs" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"They had no part in his actions whatsoever they were stuck stuck on a team with a dark cloud over its head that took years to shake off in fact between two thousand twelve and two thousand fourteen the trojans drafted fewer players than they had since they're mediocre years For Reggie Bush part. He barely spoke about the situation. He settled Michael Michael's and Lloyd Lakes lawsuit out of court decided not to wait for the heisman committee to determine verdict on his status instead he voluntarily returned his award making him the only player in history to do so then he went back to his. NFL career as running. Back for the New Orleans saints but the damage was done thanks to the lawsuit the NCWA had come down extremely hard on. US's football program and even harder on on Reggie Bush. Even though many saw the punishment as unnecessarily harsh from the moment it was handed down until the moment he retired Reggie Bush's career was tainted by scandal if anything positive resulted from this case it's that led the NCWA to partially reconsider its stance hands on paying student athletes in two thousand nineteen. They decided to allow players to profit from their likenesses. Now they can collect royalties realties from video game companies and merchandise sales while Tucson this as a significant step forward to others. It's really just a half measure. This might be because it doesn't address. Walter Byers proposed problem. The NEO plantation mentality. College sports is ultimately still an enterprise. Where rich white men profit from the free labor of predominantly poor black athletes and the NC double A.? Reveals its APOCRYPHA. Every time it punishes a so called student athlete while refusing to regulate itself. We can't eliminate college sports. That would be just as controversial many. Believe the obvious answer is to allow college athletes to be compensated fairly for the amount of time effort and dedication they put into their sport for example all if NC Double A.. Division One basketball players earned the same proportion of revenues as the NBA pays its athletes. The average salary would be one point point four million dollars a year this way. If an athlete doesn't go pro he has enough saved up to go back to school or finance another kind of career it. It gives them a chance at a future beyond their collegiate years. In addition perhaps it's time to retire the term student athlete and call them what they really are semi semi professionals. It's been almost ten years since the NC Double A. announced its sanctions against Reggie Bush and USC but because of a recently pass rule any NCWA disassociation will become reduced to ten years. Meaning that in Twenty Twenty Reggie Bush can be welcomed back back to U. S. C.. A real question is should Reggie Bush. Welcome you see back..
"uscs" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"To USC defenders appeared out of nowhere. But no one could scramble quite like Vince young though he was the same size as the defenders he easily maneuvered in the opposite direction. Losing both of them in finding a lane toward the goal line at the ten yard yard line he was finally brought down but before his knee hit the turf he somehow managed to lateral the ball to his left and into the arms of his teammate. Easily took the last ten yards for Texas I touchdown one offense of lateral in a game is exceedingly rare to in one quarter is unheard heard of. It's practically inconceivable that Vince young design the play or even did it on purpose. But maybe just maybe he was sending a message to Reggie Bush Bush a message that only grew louder as the game went on by halftime. The LONGHORNS led the Trojans sixteen to ten stunned stunned silence hung in the UC locker room like thick fog. The trojans knew they couldn't impose their will on Texas like they've done to their opponents all season they'd have to find another way to win with Reggie Bush playing timid and ineffective offense Lyndale white took the reins on offense whites bruising. Losing punishing runs resulted in several Trojan touchdowns. But each time they scored Vince young was able to answer. Meanwhile Reggie Bush could only we stand on the sidelines and watch with USC. Leading thirty eight to thirty three and just over two minutes. Remaining in the game the the Trojans faced fourth down the LONGHORNS forty four. They only needed a single yard. If they were successful they pick up a first down and be able to run. Run out the clock. USC had to go for it. Reggie Bush watching from the sidelines. Knew exactly what the Trojans were going to do so did everyone else in the stadium. Including the LONGHORNS defense liner handed the ball to lend their white who ran it straight up the middle directly directly into a line of waiting longhorns defenders the rafts brought out the change to measure for a first down but it was a foregone conclusion. The ball was going back to Texas. And Vince Young displaying his trademark confidence young ran through for two quick first downs. A minute later. The longhorns clawed their way to the USC nine yard line the clock read twenty six seconds and they needed five yards words for a first down. No one knew just how famous this next play would be calm but for those who saw it happen. It was absolutely unforgettable doc. As Vince young stood in shotgun formation. The stadium was so quiet you could hear a pin drop then. The center snapped the ball and young dropped back to pass with no receivers open. He decided to do what he did. Best run he dipped to his right and looked out at the field before him somehow magically he split the USC defense there wasn't a single Trojan between him in the end zone so young took off and ran the ball across the goal line. Then the rosebowl absolutely erupted the minute. The game clock ran out everyone. Everyone knew they had just witnessed the greatest college football game ever played. But for Reggie Bush. It was a massive disappointment that night the Trojans win streak ended at thirty four and most importantly they would not become the first team to win three national championships in a row it was a a bittersweet ending for liner Bush. Yet the two of them were headed for the next. NFL draft where they both undoubtedly go early and for undoubtedly lucrative critic contract but the NC Double A.. Wasn't ready to let Reggie Bush out of its clutches just yet coming up. We'll explore the NC double A.'s investigation into Reggie Bush and his family. Hi It's Carter. 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Follow killer knowledge free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story. After a heartbreaking loss to the Texas longhorns in the two thousand five two thousand six National Championship Game Twenty one year Roggio Bush committed to the NFL draft effectively ending his heisman. Winning College career. Bush was expected to be a top three draft pick until just a week before the draft news broke that he'd potentially violated. NC Double A.'s. Code of conduct allegedly a sports marketing agent had purchased a house for Bush's parents in an under the table agreement to sign the star running back as a client. NCWA way launched an investigation as we said in our last episode. Almost every star collegiate athlete is approached with some kind of financial offer during his or her career and if that athlete accepts money in any form he or she ceases to be an amateur and is therefore unable to compete as a star at USC in Los Angeles coached by. Pete Carroll on a team with an open sideline policy Reggie. Bush was destined to be corrupted. Did details about the supposed. Violations were slow to emerge but as they leaked they appeared to focus more on Reggie's mother and stepfather than on Reggie himself around October of two thousand four two fledgling marketing agents named Lloyd Lake and Michael Michael's offered Bush's mother other and stepfather a house. If their son agreed to sign with their firm once he turned pro how the exact details of what transpired over the subsequent. Nine months are difficult to confirm because many of them are still sealed but apparently Bush's parents did accept lake in Michael's offer. But it's it's unclear whether Reggie Bush was aware of the arrangement. What we do know is that a short time later powerful agent named Mike Ornstein took interest President Bush and his family over the next year Ornstein competed with Lake and Michaels for the prize of signing Bush is a client and this competition involved cash and gifts for Bush and his parents a violation of the NC Double A.'s? Cardinal Rule Michael's purchased a modest phone vote Mediterranean tract house outside San Diego for the family like the bushes themselves it wasn't flashy or ostentatious but apparently it wasn't enough just before the draft Reggie Bush signed with Mike Ornstein. Instead of Lake and Michael's agents are typically entitled to between ten A and twenty percent of our clients gross endorsement income so Ornstein stood to make a hefty commission from a star like Bush. Conversely it meant that Lake Dan Michaels felt like they'd been robbed a substantial payday. Though we don't know for certain it was most likely lake or Michaels who leaked the details of the San Diego House to Yahoo Sports knowing it would result in an NC double A. Investigation and negative publicity for Bush right before the draft still with Ornstein by his side. Bush was drafted. Second overall by the New Orleans saints further proving his ability Ornstein secured his his client a six year. Sixty two million dollar contract not to mention endorsement deals with Adidas subway and General Motors for a combined. Total of over over five million dollars a year but even though the investigation didn't hurt Bush's professional chances he still couldn't shake other consequences with Bush out of college play and on his way to the. NFL Why did the NC Double A.. Even bother with its investigation even if they uncovered evidence wrongdoing it wouldn't affect his eligibility as an NCWA athlete. That had already gone out the window. Once he signed his contract with the saints the only thing they could do who was sanctioned him and USC so this made an investigation. What a matter of principle the irony of this wasn't lost on observers to the scandal as the NC double A. Doesn't have much of a leg to stand on when it comes to fairness it's technically a nonprofit organization yet generates billions of dollars dollars in revenue off of college athletes athletes who aren't allowed to touch a scent of that money even though they're putting in hours equivalent to professional athletes it reeks six of hypocrisy yet when it comes to enforcement the NC double? A. is shockingly strict and extremely overzealous..
"uscs" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"The two thousand five two thousand six. BCS National Championship game between the USC Trojans in Texas Longhorns was scheduled for January fourth two thousand six at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena California right in the trojans backyard as soon as the match up was announced it was already dubbed the game of the century every championship game needs a storyline and the narrative for this one didn't take much imagination. It was heisman winner. Reggie Bush against runner up. Vince Vince. Young Bush was the best player in college football because he worked harder than anyone else not dimension he could catch passes return kicks and still will be the best running back in the game in two thousand five. He led the nation with an average of two hundred twenty two point three all purpose yards per game. But Vince young had his own unique gifts at six foot. Five and two hundred thirty three pounds. He was absolutely massive for a quarterback. Yet he he possessed the speed and agility player half his size he could outrun defenses and create plays out of nothing while his strength and stature made him almost almost impossible to tackle not only. Were these two playing for a championship. The winner would show everyone who really deserve to be called the greatest greatest player in college football the game. Also generated several exciting subplots. The LONGHORNS and their fans wanted to prove that the trojans were just Hollywood hype. Football was a way of life in Texas and they intended to show that heisman or not. They still did it better than anybody else. Let alone on a bunch of pretty boys from L. A. Texas entered the game as the underdog. USC The villain in no matter how you felt about Texas USC Moore College Football in general. Everyone wanted to witness the most historic feat ever accomplished in college football the BCS National Championship game name is basically the Super Bowl of college football and like the NFL the NC Double A. Rewards the qualifying teams with a financial bonus but since college players players aren't allowed to receive the money it's divided and distributed throughout that teams conference most importantly playing in the BCS game is the best publicity bliss. ity Of football program can receive and the ultimate recruiting tool since every prospect wants to play for the best team on the biggest stage. The anticipation preceding. The game was almost unbearable. The atmosphere that afternoon felt more like a heavyweight title fight fight than a college football game in one Corner Reggie Bush in the other Vince. Young all ninety four thousand fans in attendance in the thirty I five and a half million watching on. TV New. They'd be treated to something historic and they're nervous. Anticipation seem to permeate from the stands and the TV cameras Onto the field on the sideline. They did their best to ignore the nearly overwhelming energy head coach. Pete Carroll and his trojans vowed vowed to play the same way they had all season after all they played in big games before they were at the tail. End Thirty four game win streak. But ah they'd soon discover no game would be more intense exciting or more difficult than waiting to receive seve. The Texas Kickoff Reggie Bush wanted to put his stamp on the game right away and as the ball sailed right into his hands. The hysterical crowd couldn't wait to see see what he had up his sleeve. The noise was deafening so loud. That you wouldn't know Reggie Bush only picked up for five yards on the return. This was the residual energy of a crowd that had worked itself into a frenzy awaiting the most highly publicized college. Football game ever. On their first possession the trojans looked nervous and jumpy as if the excitement had disrupted their rhythm and after a quick foreign out. UC was forced to punt from their own one. One Yard line a dangerous scenario but the trojans weren't the only ones overtaken by nerves on their first kickoff return Texas fumbled the the ball and just like that. USC had another shot on offense. Reggie Bush picked up the initial Trojan. I down on a bruising. Run putting them at the Texas Texas thirty yard line then liner through an absolutely perfect twenty four yard pass for a Trojan first and goal on the next play liner was flushed out of the pocket enforced to scamper out of bounds but just before his foot cross the plane a Texas defender shoved him resulting in a penalty and another another first down for USC. Clearly the pressure had gotten to Texas. These were silly mental mistakes. The situation where the margin for error was zero as the second quarter began the trojans leads seven nothing moments later Reggie. Bush made a play the chains the entire momentum of the game. I'm on a screen pass from that Lennart. Bush caught the ball at. US's forty five yard line. He made a quick move to his right past Texas. Defender then spun pass to more charging downfield. He demonstrated the speed and agility. That had won him. The heisman two defenders stood between him and the end Joan. But if anyone could score in this situation it was Reggie Bush then tried something that absolutely. No one expected perhaps thinking he had enough momentum to carry the defenders into the end zone Bush ran straight at them but seconds. Before making CONTAC- back. He tried to toss the ball teammate. Brad Walker Walker. Who'd been running downfield alongside him hadn't caught a ball all season and he certainly wasn't prepared pared to catch this one walker reached weekly for the ball but it bounced off his foot enrolled on the turf for a fumble all that Walker and Bush could do was watch helplessly helplessly as it was recovered? By the Longhorns as Vince young in the LONGHORNS offense took the field Bush retreated to the sidelines as he paced. Up and down the Trojan sideline Reggie Bush looked uncharacteristically. Shocked and embarrassed. He'd made the biggest mistake of his life in the biggest game game of his life. There's no doubt it affected his confidence. It also gave Vince Young. The opportunity to get back in the game now where the chance to turn their luck around Vince. Young MARSHA LONGHORNS downfield inside the red zone his running back fumbled a handoff although he recovered the ball Texas could only muster field goal but in the score at seven to three but on the next possession matt liner threw an interception in Texas. Got The ball back on on their own twenty. This time Vince young wasn't going to settle for a field goal. He wasted no time driving his team. Downfield and only a few plays later they were. USC's twenty-five young couldn't hand it off and risk fumble. He was going to take it himself off. He took a shotgun snap and ran into his left where.
"uscs" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Compared to most professional football players twenty five year old Reggie Bush was a boy voice scout in two thousand ten. He wasn't much of a partier and aside from his relationship with Reality Star. Kim Kardashian wasn't flashy the off the field. Reggie Bush did have one vice cars. And with his eye-popping salary and lucrative endorsement deals. He could easily afford an entire garage of luxury vehicles. But unlike most athletes Reggie didn't buy the most expensive and ostentatious cars he could find. He had exceptionally good taste and considered his cars and investment. That's why he only bought cars. That would appreciate in value and spent a lot a lot of time and money fixing them up least bang other people to do it. Reggie drove everything. From classic American Muscle cars to luxurious Italians supercars cars. He owned a meticulously restored nineteen sixty seven Ford Mustang Shelby. Gt five hundred. Nineteen Seventy Plymouth Barracuda in a nineteen eighteen seventy one chevelle. SS and while it's hard to put an exact value on cars like these would save to say they're combined values add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars but it was plain old Vanilla Chevy impala given to Reggie while he was playing at USC that cost him far and away a the most his entire college career..
"uscs" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Kid who's always smiling from year to year, just a delightful kid, and what I took from that is as you're watching them run all over USC was this was the chip Kelly where no matter what call the defense is there going to be wrong because he has all these answers into it. And there's some wrinkles that. He's added, you know, from from his time away where his own line. Coach Justin Frye came from Boston College. So you see some different things they do. But they just ran it down US's throat. And you know, this isn't like a great offensive line. They have fifty seven scholarship guys. But you can see this thing starting to turn at UCLA. Whereas on the other side, it was it was just a disaster for USC. I mean, they they couldn't run the ball again. And then at the beginning of the fourth. Quarter. Mogambo song comes on and UC USC USC players like dancing in a frenzy onto the field. And there is like well what's going on here? You know, kind of thing are the are the refs going to flag this. I mean a week earlier. Remember, they flagged one of the leaders of the team Iman Marshall for his behavior towards the sideline at cow, which didn't which kinda cost them or contributed to them losing the game. And right after this kind of display USC gets a procedure penalty on coming back at the start of the fourth quarter. And they just basically were in neutral, or, you know, going backwards from that point on they got out scored thirteen nothing. They just kind of fizzled out, and I had talked to I got a call on Sunday morning from a old USC defensive player. Who is disgusted? He was like you gave up three hundred yards to an F C S back. You can't run the football. And then you show that fake swagger by trying to dance all over the place when you had no juice on the on the sideline before that. He's like, it's embarrassing. What has happened to USC? And the question here is to me this feels like a lot like the latter part of the Larry Coker era at Miami. Nice guy head coach in clay Hilton. Brought some stability certainly the first couple of years where it was needed. But after a while the message gets tuned out, and I don't know what's going to happen with USC. It just seems like they are they have lost their way. The only reason there's any suspense about this. I mean, clearly clearly he's not the coach for USC moving forward. Frankly, people weren't all that confident. And I'm even after the two great years and now he's lost any confidence. But the only so it will be a foregone conclusion, maybe they wouldn't even made the coaching change by now if not for the fact that lends swan continuing a recent US tradition of smart moves by directors gave him this extension earlier this year with a huge buyout. So I don't doubt that Lynn small. On the comments, the he is said publicly, and that you've heard behind the scenes that he really wants to keep him were true. Because it's going to be extreme extremely expensive heat damn reported about fifteen million could be more than that could be also be less than that. This is a private school. It's a private school. We don't know. Exactly. But but you gotta do it. You know, you can't there's no way they'll be able to go into the next season selling fans for crew tes assistant coaches like, you know, they gotta go hire an offense coordinator who's going to come work there knowing that the guys on such thin ice. So I guess the question is, okay. It's easy to say you need to fire the coach it's not so easy to say who you gonna bring in instead and don't give me this Jack del Rio or Jeff Fisher, any more of these USC retrieves this needs to be a legit homerun higher and the one name, and you've thrown it out there and others of throwing it out there that really intrigues me. But I think maybe people on the outside. Thank why on earth. Would he go? There is James Franklin. Well, first of all the finan-..
"uscs" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"New AD at USC with obvious long ties? Where's your confidence in him making a big but not necessarily big but more good decision after three pretty poor various extents USC decisions. Not Lynn Swann decisions. Yeah. We still know enough about Lynn Swann. But if I had to bet on it, I wouldn't the confidence meter wouldn't be very high. USC kind of keep it in the family. You get names like Jack del Rio who played at USC people ask me all the time. Like who should they hire? It's like, you know, I don't have any power. But I would give you two requirements one. Make it a college head coach with great success. You know, someone that's been successful on college. You wanna look at Matt Campbell or whatever someone that's like, hey, they're good college coach. That's the one thing to someone that doesn't know the fights. Don't hire them that you're familiar with like because then you're only basing it on a resume like they just keep hiring people that they know. I mean, just even the directors if you Dan if you covered a game in the call Siham took the elevator up to the press box. You looked on one side of the elevator. There was a picture of Pat Haden. You look the other side of the elevator. There's a picture of Lynn Swann like those. That's they hired like you didn't need a search firm. You just look to see who was on the walls of your press box elevator. And that's what you're gonna hires. Your director you need to get away from that. And I'm not sure that Lynn Swann in the board of trustees and all they would do something like that. It's like they feel like it's a circle the wagons thing, we're going to get a guy that we know as opposed to taking chance I think you said on your preview show where you're comparing Tom Herman toback Campbell. Right. Yeah. Crab. Yeah. And it's like I would love to do something like that where maybe it doesn't work out. But that's someone you can look at it. Like man, they've had some really good success in college. Let's see what it's like if they step up to the next level, and they're playing, you know at a top five or top ten program instead of Iowa State. So I would love to see that. I just don't long answer. I guess I don't confidence that they would do that. What is what do you feel like the view right now of the USC job is externally? I know you might be too close to the situation in LA covering the team every day..
"uscs" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"In a lot of cases, and the evaluation wasn't there is there an element of USC recruiting actually being difficult because there are challenges with it. I mean USC and this is a long with Miami. You look at those top programs that you mentioned whether it's George Alabama, Ohio State. Clemson how many of those programs have a pretty big healthy chunk of their recruiting classes, come to them within a half hour. You know, forty five minutes an hour, and is that necessarily a bad. Thing that players aren't from that exact city. No, I I think it's a great point. I think when you talk about recruiting it's kind of like, you're building a wall, and you need brick and you need more. You don't need everyone to be a five star guy, you need some of those guys that gel and if there's some kid who's a three star that grew up. I mean, maybe grew up close by maybe a little further away. Dreaming about going to USC, and you don't there's a reason to take. Yeah. Maybe there's a guy we have a little bit ranked higher on our board. But this is a good guy to bring into the program. I think Thomas Graham was a guy like that. Who's, you know, you're familiar with Oregon? His sister was going to USC like he wanted to go USC forever with committed. They didn't really recruit them all that hard. And it's like that's a kid that and he's actually good. You know, he's he's starting. I think he started. He started or Cashman. Yeah. Yeah. So so like that like USC would kind of pass on because they was someone else with more stars or something that they were looking at and ever what you just did. It take is like that you need to fill in your class with other people that you just feel comfortable with that. You know, that's what they grew up wanting to do, you know, they're going to help the program. So I think you can kinda get star chasing. But I think Pete Carroll had best where it's more about evaluation than recruiting. Right. There are those stars everyone, you know. But if you don't like a four or five star guy, don't recruit them, you know, and I think sometimes you can chase those stars a lot you get the average star. Rated. It'd be really US's is always like, you know, one or two in the country as the average star guide coming in. But it's to me it's more about the evaluation process because there's gonna be some guys that are overrated. And you know, you can't avoid getting them. All you're gonna get it some of my once in a while. But if you get too many of them, and I think that really hurts recruiting class. So I think you're right evaluation to me is the hardest part. 'cause you you have so many talented players in southern California. You could choose from. You gotta make sure you choose the right ones. Because then you let Thomas Graham kgo. 'cause you you know, what over him and he starting at one of your rivals. And obviously when he comes back to play USC he wants to beat them pretty bad. I also think there is something where you didn't grow up in southern California. Or did, you know Yankee Pennsylvania, and then and Massachusetts where I went to high school, right? But then you went to USC, right? I did. Yes. I moved out. Yeah. And now like you live in you live in the south bay. You are a southern California person through and through which I think is important. I think there is something. About college where you challenge you. You challenge yourself you push yourself. There's something about inserting yourself into a new culture that helps to grow you. And I don't think that's all that different with college football. And that's why I mentioned like Clemson has of Georgia kids and Alabama has kids from Texas and Maryland and Indiana in California, whatever that I think there's something about people coming from different backgrounds, and when USC and USC has had a ton of success stories with with high school kids from L A, you know, whether it's the Sarah kids with Robert woods and marquees think juju went to Long Beach, poly. I wanna say you look at the bedrock a different position groups for USC over the years. Whether it's peak Caroline, kiffin Sark, whoever..
"uscs" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"You're listening to two of them right now. I've heard Chris Fowler. Yeah. He would do that -absolutely. So here's obviously here talking USC. If you're listening to the show, there's a good chance you either already listen to Ryan's show. Maybe listen to our show, you're probably from southern California or went to USC, by the way. If that's the case, I hope you and your loved ones survived the fires and everything is that like that is and and safe in your life. My parents barely barely escaped which I'm very very grateful. I mean, they will find but their house barely barely escaped. So always a scary moment. So hope everybody's all right here is on a much less serious note. USC football colon. What happened? Yeah. That's a great. It's a great question. And there's it's funny. You do do different radio shows and depends who you're talking to some people are like, oh, yeah. They're going to get rid of health. Right. This isn't the right direction and other people are like, well, he went to the Rose Bowl. They won the championship last year. You gotta give them some time. It's still pretty mixed. I think in the media as far as the US fan base goes down. It's not mixed at all when you get a consensus like on our message boards that never happens. There's always fighting right now, the only fighting is I knew before you did that Clinton was not going to be a good coach. So when it's a consensus on the fan side. It's probably not a good sign to be fair. I think the when you talk to people inside the program, you get that you get the hey, man, he won the Rose Bowl. And they they did great things last year winning the Pac twelve for the first time in ten years. And you know, you're gonna have your at a freshman quarterback. You're gonna get all that kind of stuff. But I think if you just. Just you consume a lot of college football. Dan, people that watched the fans there watch they see the important games in how USA looks. It's there's a lot of advantages to being USC on the west coast. You get tons of five star recruits. You just by being the clay Helton being a decent. Coach you're going to get some good things and you can start off one in three and win the Rose Bowl. I don't think you can do that a lot of places, but you can get the right quarterback Sam darnold and you make a run, and you can do those kind of things so but the fan see what's going on. And you know, scoring three points on the road against dampered having fourteen the three leads against Texas and giving thirty four on answered and you know, this past weekend against Cal. You have lost of them since two thousand three they're not passing the eyeball test. So I do feel like clouds one of the nicest men that you ever want to meet. But I think there's a lot of shortcomings as far as the coaching staff goes some people argue with me, they don't have great players. We do. Like a composite index on twenty four seven sports where you look at the current roster, and where they were ranked come out of high school. I know it's not exact science, but you look at the top four programs US's number four on that index. The three teams above them are Alabama, Georgia and Ohio State. Those are all really good. The outlier is USC. That is a really good. So yeah, you can say recruiting rankings. Don't mean everything. But it's a pretty good indication of the top three teams in the country. And why is the nowhere? Not. They're not like number ten or fifteen nowhere near that. So to me, Dan long. Now, this is this is the show for it. It's really for me. It's more about the coaching side of the development side. Then the talent that they have on the team right now. So what is when you look at this season specifically, which obviously the conversation at USC is a bigger picture than just any one season. But when you look at this season, what is plain old dumb unlucky nece and what whereas their legitimate concern that. Was avoidable concern unforced errors if you will a good one for unlucky nece? I feel like I mean a lot of the unluckiest though, I think you bring on yourself like you could say it was unlucky against Cal. That US had a snap..
"uscs" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late
"Yeah. That's the impression. I got the news happen and t- Martin is a year or two older than me. But I remember watching him win the national championship with the Tennessee volunteers and used to be always joke that you can't spell. Citrus Bowl without the UT because Peyton Manning was going there. And he won't be Florida Florida, and they would always go Citrus Bowl t Martin shows up and in the nineties. You didn't see many African American quarterbacks and the store you wrote how he wasn't recruited as a quarterback. He goes at Tennessee with the opportunity. He's now coach see many African American office coordinators and his son Kayden who's a fourteen year old quarterback Redondo high the meat after a game. And the sun comes up to tea and says, are you okay? Knowing that the data under pressure, and I'm reading as a father my son's a year younger than his in. I can't even imagine the pressure going on that then. No that your dad people saying he should be fired. Then you're playing football on your own. Pretty sure there's somebody that sacked the kid that day was your dad's sucks or this or your dad's than that. Like the story. You wrote one thing that throws four interceptions. Exactly, the kid seems like he's very mature young man t the Cobra here after you've been a black quarterback in the F. E C is really not anything people could say to me that. I haven't heard before what kind of person is t- Martin. And it just seems like he has the tunnel vision of I'm going to get through everything. That's exactly right and their stuff that I wasn't able to get into because you know, we work at a daily newspaper. You'll have so much space to lax, but he grew up in that traditional kind of sports tough background, you know, in mobile, Alabama raised by his great grandmother didn't have much didn't come for much really through some mentors. And in coaches was able to rise and become a really good player. He's basically what I was shocked by every week this year. This is my first year covering him, you know, but he'd come out, and he would talk every single week with grace and humility and take all the questions from those fan websites that want answers, you know, I want answers they really want answers about this offense, and what's going on because their peak into the people that are limited dying with it. And they feel it and t takes the questions every time, and you could just tell this is a guy with immense confidence, and it just sort of radiates from him. He didn't get defensive. He just sat there and took all the questions week after week. And that to me was just really impressive. It says a lot about him as a man, I did get some emails after people reading my story that I think people seeing the big picture of, you know, they're pretty happy guy like t Martin is at USC coaching some of their players because at the end of the day, these kids come to USC, and it's these coaches jobs shirt to win games. But they also have an ability. To really impact these kids at appear where everybody changes when their college. What's their life going to be like, what are they learning about themselves t Martin is the type of guy you trust to do that. Now has he had the coaching pedigree that some people would want to say, oh, this guy's deserving of being the office of coordinator USC, maybe not. But is he pointed out you could argue with the results year ago. Sam darnold thirty four thousand yards. Ronald Jones runs for fifteen hundred. They won the Pac twelve oh. Now, he's not calling plays anymore. A few years ago t mar was that hotshot, oh, he's going to be a head coach tune. He's on the fast track. They say life comes that you fast. Yeah. He's got to start over a little bit. Now in Tennessee job came open last year. He didn't get the kind of interest that he would have thought it all mater when his former head coach Phil Fulmer may the one making that call when they botched the whole thing and former jumps in you think that one of the first calls, it'd be t Martin and it wasn't. So I mean, he's taken some hits here and some some hits the Chen and people leave that story feeling as a this is a guy who can handle it be also got bigger things going on his life..
"uscs" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late
"Podcast, throw, different ideas. Who do you wanna talk to you? What's hot what's trendy? We can easily do a podcast about the professional teams ever Sigui heck ever debate. But the college sports also heavy huge fan base in Los Angeles about the whole city arrive early legally podcast for me. I have friends that went to USC went to UCLA. I never really shows one school. I've covered both schools. But I never was that all man at all USC, all UCLA. I love going to the tailgates at the roles bowl. I love going to the tailgates on campus at USC. I love seeing the energy and the by an enthusiasm that people have for the schools and a lot of times. It's a minute. We didn't even apply to these schools, but we have a devotion to the powder. Bloop the cartilage goal. You know, you have his energy this connection with these schools when you cover a team, it's one thing for when you cover a school. It's different because you hear from the rabid fans. You hear from the alumni heck, you'll even here from the administration. Now, not the SEC where that's where they live and die with their teams. But the fan base and some California four USC and UCLA, you know, it should be commended they go up they show up. They get there. And they take a lot of pride and we've all seen it. Right. Those house divided banners USC UCLA USC UCLA week. You get better pick aside. And today, we'll be talking with the beat writers that cover the schools Brady McCulloch coverage USC, he's nude LA be interesting to see and hear his perspective. And Ben Butch who's been with the LA times for a while used to be on the USC basketball beep covered the NBA now, he's in Westwood entrenched with the Bruins. And we'll start this college. Addition of the arrive early legally podcast with Brady McCulloch be on the one ten at USC where he covers the Trojans. Now you cover USC, but what is your name? My name is Brady McCulloch. Okay. I look at it. And there's a j in front of your name. Sometimes right. That's right. You have a J dot Brady. Yeah. J Brady McCulloch James is my first name never went by James. Parents only call me Brady, I feel like this was like a thing in the eighties. A couple of my buddies growing up had the same thing. And one was a James Robert, I actually didn't go by Robert. But I think it was a thing to to go by middle name. And then the first time I wrote a story for the Michigan daily student paper at the ovum mono Jaber, eighty Senate cool. I well. This looks cool when you got hired on j Brady McCulloch that just sounds. I wanna buy his book. Have you know, it's it's on my life agenda crime series. Maybe. Right, right. I sound like a detective almost right James McCulloch. McCulloch university of Michigan. Yeah. I went to them. So the big house and the big house quietest hundred ten thousand people in the country in any given moment. But this year getting pretty loud some like in that, you know, how did you end up at university of Michigan while I finished high school in Buffalo, New York. And I was a big college football fan growing up. If you looked at my bio at a college football website when I was thirteen years old and real. Yeah. So you had a website when you're thirteen. Yeah..
"uscs" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"I can like you have a point. He had a flashback y'all know Tom gummy played a lot of ball USC and Stanford do ran back three kids before he felt like he was back at the old stomping grounds, he's like. You know, what I got something here? I think that he was not told directly with the do. So then he started to fill this out. Let's take him out because he makes a really good point. Yeah. He back at plan against home time. I want to show what I can do give me. So in that point. Yes, he's being selfish for that for for money. No, absolute go ahead. I'm I just know this if I'm playing with Michael Jordan like, Michael you, take the shot everything. Militia these I'm your John Paxson wanted. They can get it. But I'm gonna even. I feel like I can take that shot and let air Rogers pass the ball to time gummy and make a play. I got no problem with it. That's what Michael Jordan did the guy ignored his coaches. Y'all acting like you've never seen a player ignore the coaches quarterbacks defensively everybody we just saw Richard Sherman. Do I'm gonna go guard this guy guys ignore the game plan all the time. He did it. And he's thinking about is money. He's in his last year of his contract every moment. Everybody bags do it. They they hear the play on our, okay? He took a chance it didn't work out on. I commend him for the game. But at the same time, you took a foolish chance. Okay. I don't like the chance that you took. I hope we we don't coach like we go far my now for taking a foolish chance. I wouldn't want to take. Muscle do stand. Certain people are paid to go off script to certain people. Are they they legalize it might rebels the head coach they painting three five million dollars. They pay Aaron Rodgers thirty million dollars. This dude is making damn near NFL minimum. It's not his he can't call out Ables and he called inaudible. I'm on the fact that you taking vantera Davis. You taking him overtime. Montgomery absolute, no western about. I gotta have somebody drug way. Twit. Tony zahlen, great jeans back moved to Cincinnati. We're Jamus Winston got benched yesterday after throwing four picks and leading the books into an eighteen point hole. That Ryan Fitzpatrick nearly pulled them out of James said it was quote, very humbling to be benched and cutter announced fit. Patrick would start this. Coming Sunday even before James terrible game. Dishonor Jackson was reportedly demanding trade out of Tampa. And you really can't blame me. Since James came into the league he second in the NFL and giveaways just two behind Blake Bortles in seven fewer games. I've been Janus biggest defender I was high on him coming into this season of defy wouldn't fit spach was rolling. I was like, hey, they gotta go back to Jameis Winston. But the turnovers are the turnovers. It is what it is. In this league. You just can't turn the ball over that much of the quarterback position. It's over for James in Tampa. I don't think is ineffective careers over. I do think you'll get another shot at being a starter. But as a top pick for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers bust. Yeah. Hate to go there bus, but based on expectations based on projections and based on flashes. He certainly has under a so this term net up and call it bust, but he's done one because the contracts as if he gets injured they own twenty one million dollars. Last time. I played the NFL guess what they ain't giving out money for free. You know, you got to earn that type of payday. He hasn't certainly. But also, don't even take your word. Don't take my word to Sean Jackson came out and sit I want you play with Ryan Fitzpatrick. And then someone tapped him on the shoulder PR and said BP and retract that. And so he tried to do the PC thing and say, yeah. Whoever's under center is going to be our leader..
"uscs" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Whole new level make which to Pennzoil synthetics today we've been bouncing back and forth getting a little bit of the hype over what what the NFL weekend looks like. Obviously, but also talking about the college football weekend as it stands. And earlier we talked about a couple of games. We were really excited for. There's one game that a lot of people are talking about that I want to get your thoughts on field because it's getting a ton of conversation and it is. Number twenty two USC at Texas. So this this game feels like it's it's exciting, right? Let me bring you back to two thousand and five. I believe it was maybe two thousand six young field Yates not yet shaving notably, two thousand eighteen eight still not shaving. But anyways, I digress whatever. I was twelve years old back in two thousand and five, and I'm sitting there watching Vince young architect arguably the greatest performance in college football bowl, history member, watching. I can't think of myself. That's different that special USC Texas. He'll feel the buzz this week. That's this game is one heaping, helping of hot garbage. And you know, yeah, I'll take a look. I think ultimately we have to admit that these programs are not where anybody thought they would be incorrect. It was a bold decision for USC to star JT Daniels threatening you. They decided to start a true freshman, and that is not something that that you can take lightly. Obviously, there's a learning curve. They are the twenty second ranked team in the country, and people wanna make a big deal about having a ranked portion of this, but really what I look at it. I see USC team that we don't really know much about, and I see a Texas team that is in complete turmoil. And that's the part of this. I think we have to acknowledge Tom Herman was supposed to come in and fix this and Texas fan base that was not particularly patient with Charlie strong expected, Tom Herman to come in and have Texas playing relevant football quickly. They are not playing relevant football and I said it after the loss to Maryland, the lost Maryland is inexcusable for Texas football program. The lost Maryland is a reminder that both Texas and Tom Harmon as they stand right now are overrated. And this game is not going to change my opinion. This is somewhat, I think, sort of common sense. But when it comes to teams, we evaluate stories are team other on a big picture or a little picture. And for these college football programs, these notable ones you want to be evaluated on the little picture. What I mean by that is this like you want to be talking this week about Tom. Herman and the two one, oh, Texas, longhorns facing one of their most spirited rivals in USC who's also to know and a gain that could have, you know, college football, playoff consequences. Right, right. All right. That's not the case, right? Texas is what one one now and USC. Obviously one in one as well after a more difficult loss. Right Stanford's. No joke beating them seventeen to three last week. Not much from the offense in USC, but still my point is this. You don't want to be talking about big picture right now for these programs. You want to be talking about more narrowed focus. How can they do the things you need to do to win this game on Saturday afternoon. And right now we're talking about the big picture of Texas, right? That's where we're at. People are already starting to say like what? If Texas spirals and goes five in seven this year or something like that? What does it mean for the program at large has Texas lost. It's Mojo. We recently saw that now Texas am generating more revenue this, Tom, Herman needs to be assessed as the coach of Texas..