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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

08:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Los Angeles Rams for David White waiting on a deal for the buffalo bills, the Entre Hawkins waiting under deal the our cars and we could go on and on, but the fact matters. They were so few extensions this off season because of the financial uncertainty surrounding the NFL. These players have waited their. Their turn, but teams don't know how to address the contracts because they don't know what the salary cap is. GonNa look like in two thousand, twenty, one to the financial ramifications or the pandemic already are being fills, and will continue to be felt it'll be interesting to see. These players are able to land big deals that they deserve, but have not made much. Much progress on to date, and we continue to wait for the Washington NFL. Teams make progress on its new name while the organization is embroiled in turmoil, thanks to the Washington Post report. The fifteen sixteen seventeen women were sexually harassed over long time Ron, Rivera, the new coach of the Washington NFL team up to him to try to change the culture but I. Also consider this. We've seen that the minority limited share partners of the Washington of a franchise have hired investment firm to vet, potential buyers and see what their stake would be worth to selling, but there are also people who want Dan. Snyder The Washington owner to sell? Is Sixty percent team. He's been adamant all along. That he refuses to do so, I can also tell you your potential buyers out there. Your buyers out there that want to buy. The. Controlling interest of the Washington, NFL, franchise, but Dan Snyder has been unwilling to sell continues to be unwilling to sell. It is not for lack of opportunities I. personally know of two different situations where there will be people who would be willing to buy the NFL team from if you're willing to sell, which he has not been so for he intends to keep the team at this time he intends to leave the team to his children and right now he does not. Not Appear to be budging off that stance all right before we get to today's interviews with Emmanuel Acho Katie Camden I want to remind everyone that Brian windhorst keeping everyone up to date with all the NBA news inside and outside the NBA double be sure to download and subscribe to Brian, White Horse, who collected podcast as well as the Adam shift of podcast apple spotify were ever you get your podcast? And now my friends, the great philosopher, the great man a mangle. Emmanuel Acho alleging that is Adam schefter. We'll the legend that is a manual lodge army. This is. Now moving into warp speed where? Like I'm expecting to see you in a meanness in people magazine this week. I'm expected to see you. Hold. glaze that. The next level of star against to. The crazy thing that's not at all farfetched anymore dude. I agree not so forth that reason we shout is when you started your salary and comfortable conversations with the black man that got everybody's attention. Everybody loves you know the reaction I'm not telling you anything. You haven't heard and don't know it was. Great. But then when? Oprah Winfrey Contracts You put it into a book. What was that? dude. It's is honestly you're solving crazy So after Oprah's like right hand, woman I guess it set, Oprah, the first video schefter and she She said Oprah's right hand. Woman Terry said. You gotta get on a call with him immediately for the next day we all we just hop on a facetime call, or we hopped on zoom and Oprah heard me out. She heard my heart. She saw the vision. She saw the passion she realized I'm why I'm trying to be a world changer. How I'm trying to be a world changer and she was like man, I I stand with you I wanNA partner with you on this. Do and If it's been a whirlwind ban, it has been a worldwide complete were with. What was that like? Over time. Not Often I can't say I spoke to many people who say they just facetime calls over because they believed in the project. They're doing in the passion in there. I don't twenty people that are shaping. What's Funny Schefter? Honestly you just ask me is probably the first time it sunk it I haven't paused to reflect on what my how my has changed after in the last two months. it was it was special because. Obviously I believe in myself. I believe in my dreams. I believe in my goals and my ambition, but to have one of the most respected adorned love. Media People Media, women media personalities to ever walked face of earth. Say I! See what you're doing and I I. Stand Behind that I'm appreciative of that. Grow it. It's the biggest. The biggest stamp of approval you can have. The Hughes me. It's the strongest piece of validation that you can have, and so it then it's humbling, but honestly do I. Don't think about it like I I my my pedal pedal right now. My foot is on the gas after like my foot on the gas towards change my foot on the gas towards creativity, my foot on the gas towards a racial reconciliation. Foot on the gas on towards listening to the audience, and what they want me to discuss talked about change, creativity racial reconciliation. Where are we going with all this? I think prob- It I think that reconciliation is not a finish line that you cross. The like football games. They have an end basketball games. And and I, when the sixty minutes are up at the end of a football game, the final score. That's not what this is with racial reconciliation. If not a finish line that you cross, it's a role that will travel schefter. And we have to continue day by day to choose to travel on the road towards reconsult RECCO reconciliation. I talked about in my neighborhood, which is gentrifying right now. It used to be fifty acres of land, but after a month I see a house. Come up, and then another house come up. How are these houses coming up chapters because each and every day builders are laying down one brick. Brick after another brick after another brick, and eventually you see, homes are being built because of the bricks that people are choosing to lay down each and every day. We need to see the house the figurative. House of reconciliation be do because of the brick that Emmanuel Wacho and Adam schefter and everybody listening or laying down day after day. So how what's next after it's a matter of. Each and every day people using bro to lay down bricks, positive bricks to open up their heart, and say you know what maybe the way in which I thought about. This wasn't accurate. Maybe I have been blind to my privilege. Maybe I have been blind to oppression. Maybe I have been blind to certain things Schefter, and realizing maybe I didn't know everything, and maybe what I did know.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:19 min | Last month

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on Here & Now

"Ask you about one more aspect of transportation, which is that with so many people social distancing and isolating some cities have started to devote more space to pedestrians in places that used to be packed with cars. Do you foresee the pandemic changing the way that our cities work and giving more space over to pedestrians in the long term? In the long term I think when there's a vaccine, we'll get back to the the normalcy that we saw before the pandemic, I think in the short-term communities all over America trying anything that they can to keep people safe. And when you look at most cities and most responsible mayors, most responsible governors they're trying to be innovative in creative in keeping people safe and and so I think that long term is going to require a vaccine in order to get back to normal secretary, Lahood. Do you think that there's GonNa be a big difference in what happens with transportation in this country? If president trump wins, versus if Joe Biden wins the election, Oh, there's no question. Question about it. No question about it I I, think under a a Biden Administration. You'RE GONNA. See the federal government. Really step up, and in the short term require kind of rules and regulations that will protect people, and if people the state of mind and the State of security that when they get on a plane, they'll be social distancing bill be people with with mask on the planes will be cleaned, and and people will be required to have their temperature taken or something like that. If you look at what mayors and governors are doing around the country on transit. That's clearly what they're doing They're trying to give people the assurance. That transit is safe, but They they have to do that by putting in some pretty tough rules and regulations. And if, trump wins. same old, same old, more of the same kind of a free for all. Let People do whatever the hell they want. That is Ray Lahood the former secretary of transportation under President Obama former Republican Congressman from Illinois and now co chair of the Group Building America's future. Secretary.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

08:51 min | Last month

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on Here & Now

"Applications for Fall Twenty Twenty Simon's dash rock dot edu slash know where independent minds get their start. The pandemic has upended transportation in many cities. There's still very light traffic on the road with so many people working from home. Public Transit has seen a plummet in ridership because of concerns about gathering together on a bus or in a train with strangers, and of course the airlines are in big trouble. United announced last week it could lay off as many as thirty six thousand employees, even after billions in aid from Washington. Let's talk about all of that with Ray LaHood. Former secretary of transportation under President Obama and former Republican congressman from Illinois now the CO chair of the building America's future welcome. Thank you good to be back well. An MIT study released last month found an increase in cove. Nineteen death rates in counties where more people used public transit compared to those were telecommuting is more common. The researchers controlled for race income, age, climate and other characteristics. Do you think it is safe for people to use public transit right now? And what should transit agencies be doing to make it safe? Well. I think that transit agencies have a responsibility. Like every other transportation system. To assure people that when they get on a train or a bus that it's the safest it can possibly be, and there has to be very strict guidelines. They have to assure people that they sanitized the piece of equipment whether it's a train car or a bus, they have to require every person on the vehicle or whatever the mode of transportation is to to to wear a mask and in the absence of of that kind of requirement I think. Think. People are not going to ride transit I, they they just simply are not, but if they can be assured that that it's safe to get on these modes of transportation, believe they will and so It's really incumbent upon the transit. Agencies to have strict requirements for cleaning. Strict requirements for wiping down equipment and strict requirements for the people who are riding and the people that are driving vehicles, and they just have to enforce it. Will. Do you think that we're there yet? Would you feel safe right now? Getting on, let's say the New York. City subway, or would you feel safe getting on a bus in Kansas City? Well To put it more bluntly. I I've been spending almost all my time in Illinois where I have a home in Peoria. There's a there's a bus service from O'hare to my hometown of Peoria. That a lot of college students use and less I was assured that that bus has been completely sanitized and requires everybody to wear a mask I would. I would not get on it and You know I think people who live in New York who've been through the this epidemic and seen what's happened to their their fellow citizens. Have to be assured. That the subways are cleaned and clans, and and that the people that are operating the system and the people writing the system are wearing masks. We know that when that occurs that you're. You're really preventing the corona virus from from spreading. The pandemic has also been called an existential threat to transit. Financing Patrick Foy the chairman of new. York's MTA called it a four alarm fire. What do you think that the long term impact of the pandemic will be on transit financing? Well when you look at what previous congresses have done forty percent of the money for transit? Forty percent comes from the federal government. I think in order to provide to transit systems. the kind of opportunity to get people back on buses and trains. You have to give them the resources that they've lost as a result. Of the fact that these systems have basically been shut down without any without any passengers, and so what I'm saying is. There will probably have to be an increase in the funding from the federal government to allow for transit systems to make up for some of the deficiencies, but also to allow for the kind of cleansing and sanitation and distribution of masks, and so forth in the short term for the next several months, so that when these requirements are put in place. It's backed up with the fact that. The money is going to be there to do it and I think that does then give people. The assurance that the transit agencies and our government are doing everything they can to meet every requirement possible to keep people safe. So money needs to come. You're saying from the federal government to deal with the short term impacts. What about the long-term situation? We're reading that some transit agencies are actually able to get more things done right now. They're able to fast track. Some projects because ridership is so low that they can do the work. They need to do more quickly not to mention that borrowing money is very cheap right now. Are you seeing any positive impacts on transit infrastructure from the pandemic? Well what you say is accurate and transit agencies are able to fix up their infrastructure because of low ridership that obviously is a plus but I, I, my prediction is that transit agencies around the country will will not get back to normalcy that they had before corona virus until there's a vaccine until there's a vaccine and I feel that way about the airline industry, and and other forms of transportation. Transit people are leery. of getting on in a in a close crowded situation not the assurance that the safety measures or there or that people that are on there don't have the virus well on the issue of airlines. Let me ask you as a former transportation secretary. What would you be doing right now? When it comes to the airlines because we're seeing billions of dollars from the cares act going to the airlines to keep them. But at the same time you're hearing about an airline like United sending-off layoff! Thirty six thousand employees. Well I think somebody is going to look into that because I think when you accept the loans from the federal government, the loans to go to pay people so they don't have to be laid off and I. Think the layoffs are coming. I don't know if that violates the provisions of alone, but obviously somebody will look into that look if I was secretary of transportation. What I would be doing today is requiring. The airlines to distance people not to fill up every seat number. One number, two require all employees to wear masks number three require all passengers to wear masks and number four clean the planes after every flight in the absence of that people are not gonna fly. They just simply are not. Do you think that the federal government should spend whatever it takes to keep? All of the airlines stable through this crisis there absolutely I think they not only should provide the resources, but they should provide the regulations and require those regulations to be put in twice in order to qualify for the idea that the federal federal government's GonNa. Help them financially. There has to be a responsibility that comes with the resources, and I think the responsibilities have to be hundred percent assurance that when passenger get on these planes. They're following the CDC guidelines. You know I I would even go so far as to test passengers as get on a plane with some kind of a temperature test Let me. Ask you about one more aspect of transportation, which is that with so many people social distancing and isolating some cities have started to devote more space to pedestrians in.

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Drew Brees apologizes for comments on kneeling protests

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Drew Brees apologizes for comments on kneeling protests

"Sports now on a top NFL quarterback is reacting to criticism over controversial comments Jim crystal with the story New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees issued a lengthy apology after saying he thinks kneeling protests are disrespectful to the American flag that drew sharp criticism former NFL player Emmanuel acho reacted on CBS this morning drew Brees wonders Dan how can you tell last person went to protest oppression in a written statement brace setters comments at a Yahoo interview or insensitive and untimely Jim chrysalis

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Drew Brees apologizes for comments on kneeling protests

Rush Limbaugh

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Drew Brees apologizes for comments on kneeling protests

"New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees issued a lengthy apology after saying he thinks kneeling protests are disrespectful to the American flag that true show that drew sharp criticism former NFL player Emmanuel acho reacted on CBS this morning drew Brees half mourners then how can you tell last person went to protest oppression in a written statement brace setters comments at a Yahoo interview were insensitive and

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

08:20 min | 2 months ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Stuff from Emmanuel acho there and interesting to hear his perspective on some of the statements that were seen coming out from a variety of coaches and leagues and teams interesting one from Vic Fangio the head coach of the Broncos who in fact woods it's kind of interesting we had conversations about whether he was the victim of ageism I don't know if you remember that Jordan but he hadn't gotten a head coaching gig after years and people thought oh maybe you know is he getting treated wrong as a as an opportunity as as in opportunities because of his age well he just signed on as soon call I don't see racism at all in the NFL if society reflected an NFL team we'd all be great thanks it's an interesting take on from a lead that struggles in terms of empowering black men to be in power positions as in the front office and coaching but anyway we're real quick real quick I do need to touch it that's the confidence of somebody getting up there to speak with the upmost ignorance of the situation and there's a lot of people out there like that would probably turn that phone off it stopped what he was recording probably thought I just said something great and that's where the problem lies with a lot of people that don't even see that there's a problem within themselves he thought what he was saying was something that would be received well by black people by white people by everybody does unify that is ignorance on full display and that is part of the problem is we're trying to break down these walls it impact change that's what we're all doing kind of look into this he did say and start the call by saying that the full extent of the law should be used against those responsible for the death of George Floyd that their children should be charged with treason for failing to uphold the badge of the uniform is entrusted with so in some way to say racism race yeah yeah it's it's it's like I said because I don't want to speak from a position where they do not understand and empathize with the positions and experiences of others and therefore sees it through the lens of his own life and probably thinks you know the the the locker room as the great you are unifying force and a lot of ways it is we've heard a lot of people talk about that but that's certainly something that doesn't erase all the many ways but the NFL is as deeply flawed as anywhere else in terms of of power structures in terms of who's in charge and who gets to make decisions on what we're seeing up from the very tops of all these organizations the very powerful statements from teams like the Washington football team and the Atlanta Braves right teams that have racist chants associated with them who people think of you know my name changes in order for the Washington football team we see them from the Niners who were the team that employed Colin Kaepernick when he began his protest we're seeing it from places that have made team USA the just suspended two athletes last year for a protester in the metal center ceremony the Pan Am games and Tony reality during around the words they made a very it you know I think smart assessment in saying what will this mean when we get back to action what will it mean for these leagues and teams to have said what they're saying now what is it actually look like in terms of action because there's no playing right now right what would be happening would we would we have players in I can't breathe shirts over their warm ups we have players taking a knee how many athletes Jordan would be kneeling during the anthem right now if sports were in session I mean how many it's immediately allowing it I think it be every team I think you have the majority of teams if not everybody for at least one game taking a need to support all the white ones not exact but I'm saying that's why some majority because it may be out liars that still feels so strongly that this is an issue about the flag and patriotism but I think you'd see a lot of people who who how they view this and understand now what Colin Kaepernick was trying to cheat but understand that it was never about disrespect for this country if anything it was about his up most respect for this country in understanding how to exercise his his human right and his freedom of liberty to peacefully protest the plight of of a black life in this country and how will it's valued at how it's being treated by law enforcement he was trying to soak shed light in a peaceful way of what our problem was going on in this country and the reception said that is the similar reception to what's going on with riots in the streets and the violence that we're seeing he was looked at as a violent person he was looked at as a militant he was looked at as somebody that did not want to be in this country to the point where people said if you don't like it here go to another country that's all Colin Kaepernick was received and I think now and this just makes it hard to make people feel horrible to think that there would be hundreds of players in the NFL that would take could be to begin this season if we are currently playing football I agree with you and Kendall Coyne Schoenfeld the American hockey player a lot she interestingly flat out came out and said she was wrong four years ago her criticism of Colin Kaepernick was misplaced it was not about the flag it was not about her family members who served it was not about her it's about George Floyd all of the other people that are not given the same opportunities in our country and I think to what you said unfortunately I don't want to rehash the Capper Nick thing we've done it a million times but people misappropriated what he was what is because was people misinterpreted his intent and his means of presenting it for a purpose and no matter who we said you know I spoke to a soldier and this is how he told me to do it matter what he said about this isn't about disrespecting the flag this has nothing to do with the armed forces this is about the promises that that flag and the pledge is that we say to and the constitution that we abide by what those promises are and whether they're actually every day in action for every person who lives here to black people actually get the same liberties and freedoms and opportunities and if not then what are we pledging to and what does that flag I mean it's just a piece of fabric if the things that it stands for or not actually up held for all beings who live here no one wanted to hear that Jordan because it wasn't about that it was about shutting down the conversation and twisting and spinning it so that we could talk about something else and I am thankful at least that right now other than the people who insist on focusing on the symptoms which are the looting and violence that has spun off from very legitimate peaceful protest with an intention just to spread a message I'm other than people who insist on focusing on those instead of the disease which is systemic racism and police brutality and and criminal criminal police reform but we we don't have much to to to talk about outside of that right there's no sports so we can't try to say that all these things are you know distractions from or reflect poorly on a league we can't have people be called sons of bees for doing things when they go out and and join these protests and I hope at least that that focus on the conversation at hand is helpful in this way in ways that it wasn't during captain X. protest a yes Sir that'll be the measure of how much of an allied people are as they can lead to be you can win the PR battle you can get crossed by the PR battle with how you come out with your tweets and statements that people are making it droves now to meet a quota to say see I am standing alongside you but the next time there's a capric situation because that will be a situation because this isn't going to go over what I away overnight and there is somebody who stands up to oppression will people still be allies then what it's not is in vogue at the moment is at the moment that it is now will this continue on it could people be trusted to stand alongside black people as we continue to fight that will be the true measure it's spending company Sir Spain Jordan Cornette ESPN radio ESPN app Sirius XM channel eighty I will be interesting to see what all these different teams and leagues say to their players when it's not as convenient and it's not midway through the unrest we're seeing right now coming up Michael pinball Clemons an American born Canadian Football League GM in Canada joins us to talk about seeing this from afar then.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The dan. Le batard show on e._s._p._n. Radio here's your sportscenter update. The colts have signed quarterback brian hoyer to be the backup for jacoby percent after the surprise retirement of angeles where contract is three years twelve million dollars dollars nine million is guaranteed hoyer spent about four ish years with the patriots. He was released from new england on saturday speaking of the patriots. That's just some good it producing their james. They have resigned. Why would received america's thomas to a one year deal. Thomas was actually released on saturday but with the idea of returning the move comes after for the patriots first round picnic you'll harry on the injured reserve with an ankle injury hairy though is one of those players that is expected to return this season and the defending u._s. Open champion the number one seed novak. Djokovic is no longer in the tournament. He stops playing against the envy rinku sunday night because of pain in his shoulder. It's something he's been dealing thing with the past few weeks and something we have seen him struggle with throughout this tournament as well that is your sportscenter update and she is nicole briscoe follow on twitter rb abi underscore emma r s you can follow me on twitter at peter burns e._s._p._n. Peter burns nicole briscoe hosting the dan lebatardshow and you and i earlier had the privilege to talk to mr ed water and every time that we talked to edward. He makes us a whole lot smarter when we're talking about the n._f._l. Specifically the dallas dallas cowboys so i found a couple of those things he said in that interview very very intriguing including this one about how the cowboys were ready to make an announcement they had signed zeke on the weekend. There was a substantial amount of progress made in their conversations on saturday night and the cowboys fully expected expected that on sunday they were going to announce that they had assigned elliot to an extension and then when they heard from rocky arsenault for the first time yesterday he took the discussion back to where at been previous to those most recent conversations and made some demands that they cowboy thought they were passed so that was edward r with us earlier here on the dan lebatardshow. Peter burns nicole briscoe. I've found that to be interesting because on cut day on sunday when i'm host my show i thought one of the nuggets i had written down was like the dallas cowboys had cut two or three running backs which made me believe me believe alison all right. They're not too worried about this deal yeah. This deal's going to get done now. We hear from ed worder that they were ready to go like p._r. Probably already had it. They just needed to fill in the blanks..

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"We know what a zip is now. Is that factually correct terribly. He's a kangaroo and i apologize because there is no way in hell. I'm taking on a kangaroo. Go ahead and google kangaroo fights go. It's not good. No i don't want any part of that is like the big red ones yes yeah no no no by the way never wanna fight a koala a koala as well to a lot of s._t._d.'s koalas have a huge. It's like seventy. Five percent of them have it. S._t._d.'s is it because it just runs rampant in their community anyway or or do they like literally. They're like bunnies and they give it to each other. I think it's a little bit of that. I think it's just there's susceptible to. I think columbia and i don't necessarily know if they go out to the local. Convenience soren take care of themselves in lake before. I'm just saying you learn you might be full of i probably would. I don't know if you need to google koala committee on e._s._p._n. Dan radios email. I on your personal work phone. I just just your personal phone all right. Peter barnes nicole briscoe is fun but then lebatardshow emmanuel amanullah show is joining us right now on the shell pennzoil performance line. I'm not going to ask you about koalas a major but i will ask you if you had to fight one college mascot which which one do you feel like you. It would be a good battle right. People would be intrigued by it yet. You still think you it in victorious at the end. I looked out the south dakota state jack rabbit. I'm not i'm not entirely sure what a jack rabbit obvious views okay <hes> but i feel like anything with the name rabbit is i got a good sense unless jack rabbit is like a jack rabbit right right right in which case you boy may have troubles but other than that he wants he. Can we talk about qualifying for real quick. It's not funny funny. I told you it says a real thing leads to like blindness severe bladder infection infertility and death like it's a problem. That's literally giving them. Why are you bring it back to these koalas of. I'm a little tired and want you like i just i have too many things going on and i'm like wait a second call allies. We learned about that all right so you learn something about koalas joe. What did you learn about college football after quote unquote week one is in the books man. Where do we start. <hes> justin field ohio state really really really good. Jalen hurts and oklahoma really really really good good. Oklahoma's defense appeals to the relatively improved trevor lawrence is that of a sophomore spot for just first day woes the back half of s._e._c. pretty bad. <hes> oklahoma state really good compared to what we thought they were. We're gonna do this evening <hes> u._s._c. injustice. Let's trouble if not more than we oregon <hes> i mean it's so many storylines and we wanna college football. It got even more amped up for the rest of the where does the pac twelve stand man. I twelve at this point. Parable is the falls barclay was playing <hes>. I mean it's bad and you always have to pity <hes> i mean l._a. Took a embarrassing losses cincinnati but all credit to cincinnati natty stepping up air zone losing to hawaii or again losing to install and then the only saving saving grace on a freeze on walking handle business and they were able to b._y._u. With the pack is we try to have hope for the pac twelve overseas. I did and i feel like i for a lot of national analysts but i wanted a college football. It's not looking good yeah itself. Emmanuel alto is joining the us sierra college football analysts in a man who knows all about koalas because of this conversation with peterborough nicole briscoe and i think you're right listen. Oregon looked apart right. They were they were wieben auburn early and they shot themselves in the foot early with a couple of missed opportunities. They could have run away with that game but ultimately when it came down to it auburn's this was able to lean on him you talked about the s._e._c..

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Although i will say i think i think lincoln not naming him the starter was was partially because of the competition but also because of the world that transfer portals now and i keyed in want you know tanner mordechai and spencer rattler the other two quarterbacks to not at least have that shot right because now there's a lot of different programs across the country that they end up having quarterback that leaves because he's not named the story but ultimately he lived up to the high just like you were saying nicole like he was fantastic yet kind of curious that he wasn't all smiles like smiles during the game aim was having fun but knew he had a bad turnover right before half that there is some unfinished chip on the shoulder business for jalen hurts say okay so let's have this we were going to hand and now the heisman trophy after week one always it's always a good idea but let's just say that there's a week. One heisman hurts like who get who else is a candidate for it all right so traps. Etienne had the two hundred yards for for clemson. We're high. He's definitely getting invited to the heisman in week. One banquet jalen hurts ish touchdowns a week one banquet for the heisman as over compounds by the way right yeah. It's just an election glenn out a conference room named sycamore or something like that and it's like really bad steele's cookies jalen hurts. We gotta come up with joe. Does your borough five touchdowns for l._s._u. All in the first half what about shuba hubbard okay hey main tuba had what two hundred twenty one yards and three touchdowns put them in oklahoma state by the way for not following that part of the conversation put it in how many we going. Oh wisconsin taylor joe jonathan jonathan taylor jacobson had four touchdown passes as his first game for washed extending this list and it doesn't even matter like i've already cast my vote. I'm i'm voting for jalen hurts. I think that's fair right. I think that's fair in honestly. I think that's what we come to expect so the question is was jalen hurts that good or is it kind of a product system. Hey i don't care number right. That's great for him. The other part of that game is i wanted to see oklahoma's defense was actually a little bit better and they seem they still had some issues here and there but nicole. I left that game thinking all right. If lincoln can have some type of defense that flies around like this this changes a little bit of the calculus of just hey it's. It's alabama clemson. Nobody else trevor madij said he goes to the bar at oklahoma as to not have a heinous defense to have a defense right and we didn't look heinous against houston and let's not pretend that houston's a bad team like houston isn't state mother mary a christian of northern alabama to like it's a right exactly exactly like this was a better team than that. So were they heinous. No were they great. Show where they just south of passable astle right yeah you can get by with that. Was it doable right and that's the whole thing like from over doable the last couple of years and i think they looked that or yeah that's fair right nagorno. Peter burns here on the dan lebatardshow. I think oklahoma show that it was a little bit better on defense and their offense was still great. I think l._s._u. Show that their defense is still really good but their offense was a whole lot better. Those are my two big takeaways right now. Remember e._s._p._n. Radio always presented by progressive insurance. Go briscoe sportscenter. Let's go colts signed a quarterback brian hoyer. No it's not to be their main guy. That's jacoby percent but hoyer is going to be the backup..

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on Sports Wars

Sports Wars

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on Sports Wars

"Texas and texas. Am don't play anymore now that they're not in the same conference whereas west virginia pitt have rescheduled and gotten their rivalry going b._y._u. In utah they they're not in the same conference anymore. They schedule each other. If for some reason texas and oklahoma ended up in different conferences. Do you think the rivalry is important horton enough and that perhaps the schools get a long enough that they'd find a way to schedule each other or do you think he could potentially go the way of texas texas a._m. And they better find a way to schedule each other. I'll tell you that much. I'll meet with bova dis myself and we'll sit down in a boardroom. You have to schedule each other. That game is one of the perennial games in college football you have l._s._u. O._s._u. bama ohio state michigan florida georgia army navy u._c._l._a. kinda sword but u._c._l._a. Villa been so bad of lately. It doesn't really matter and u._s._c. hasn't been great either. The you got to find a way to schedule each other college football college football because of rivalries college football football is college football because of passion because a fan bases texas am have both done themselves a disservice by not playing each other. If for some reason texas and oklahoma switzer were in separate conferences. I wouldn't even wanna watch college football that year at least not big twelve football it would just bestow much more meaningless because of their obviously huge histories oklahoma and texas and the history of the rivalry game itself. Who do you thing winning. It means more to you know whereas they're more baggage. You know what where is it more. Important is is it oklahoma fans because they view texas says sort of front. Runners is a not accomplishing as much as the reputation without them believe or is it texas insane. We want to put down this team who has been so excellent. Who does it mean more to. You'll say this is a cop out answer but equal it means the same equal. I would be a complete and utter disrespect to sooner fans to say that the gaming's more longhorn fans and i know longhorn fans first and foremost so i know for a fact it doesn't mean more to sooner fans so i have to genuinely say a it means an insane amount to both texas fans are completely dejected after a loss and they are ecstatic after a win. It's just the kind of game that everybody cares both programs care. This isn't a game that people take for granted. It means most it means the most to both when when you arrived on campus in austin. How much did you look at the history of the rivalry. Is it a situation where you almost don't don't wanna know because of all the baggage that now brings into your head. Do you know you know. Have you done a deep dive into the history of the rivalry or is it. Is it better to have that sort of fresh start. I'll tell you this when you step on campus. You know exactly who won or lost that year sharp because if you lost the previous year then you will be reminded by your coaches because you're coach's job security. It rests upon that game so i as a player you don't go back and look at what happened two decades prior that doesn't matter you know you know of the big plays that happened in the game because you want to be the type of player that makes a big play in the game. You want to be the type of player who when they're showing inc on college game day sometime in early october and they're showing the highlights of the history of the game you want one of your highlights to be there and that is what you know. You don't know the history as much. You don't know what happened back in the seventies but boy. Do you know you wanna make history. I know you've played all four for years. Did you plan all four games. Did you miss any because of injury or anything. No played in all four games went to win two one the first to the second too when you think back back to those experiences do you. I remember the plays you made or the tackles you missed or the opportunities that were squandered. Oh okay and haven't reminisced about this in quite some time. <hes> when i think back to my experience the first thing i remember is as a freshman i jog out the tunnel and oh you fan looks to me and and says and i'm thinking to myself. I very well may suck but you have no idea if i do or if i don't so so that's the first thing i remember. The second thing i remember is my junior year having seventeen tackles four and a half t.f a._f._l.'s a sack a forced fumble in that game meeting in i._v. At halftime because i literally couldn't get off the field at half time i had to go into the locker room before half because i was cramping and couldn't open up my hands all the way i remember my senior year being down. Maybe thirty five to seven it have been down down by four so touchdowns in the fourth quarter my my defensive coordinator now the head coach at university of miami. Manny diaz essentially asked me like hey do. You wanna keep playing. We got a lot to play for clearly. We're going to lose this game. Do you want to keep playing and i said yes because if this texas so you and i wasn't going to tap out early. I knew i was gonna lose but even in losing i was gonna leave it all out there on the field. Have you attended a game as an alumnus this man i haven't i haven't been to the game. I was always playing in the n._f._l. In straight from the n._f._l. To e._s._p._n. So i have yet to enjoy that atmosphere. Is that something you want to do. Oh for sure the second. I get a chance to go to texas so you better believe i'm going to be there on the sideline yelling at somebody. I'm going to be there. Maybe not cussing out some. Oh you player but you go. You'll hear me you you hear me on the sideline. I promise you that what was the experience like. It's such a unique experience in that. You're playing a state fair here playing in the cotton bowl. It's an old stadium. You're you're playing in the middle of a giant city. Is there something that sticks out to you about that experience. You mentioned you know needing an and i._v. At halftime it being so hot and you playing so much but what what is the difference in playing on a fairground. It's fine especially. There's a college kid playing on the fair after you win you already got your siblings are waiting for you with the funnel cake in turkey leg and maybe a fried oreo joe is fine. It's so it's fine. That's the only real way to describe it literally after you win. You're in your your your texas nor nor oklahoma sweats. You're walking with your arms around your parents and your siblings. You're eating food drink and drinks and you're just ah it's the epitome of college football playing that game on the state fair. It's truly the epitome. It is the highlight it is mountain top. It is the peak of college football now that you have sort of ten thousand foot view and you've seen more rivalries either covering them from afar for t._v. Or going to the games. What what have you learned about rivalries elsewhere. It's hard to match the intensity of texas. Oh you okay. I'll say that much as i see some of the other rivalries you know sometimes i'm like yeah. I don't even care all that much. John care enough <hes> again. Some definitely do match that florida georgia rivalry boy. That's a rivalry fori that ohio state michigan rivalry. That's up there. I'm l._s._u. Alabama that that's one of the top if not the top rivalries but it makes me realize oh you texas it's right there in the mix is the best rivalry in football and maybe the best of all time do do you know of any moments that still haunt texas or oklahoma fans you know of the past whatever ten fifteen twenty five years what moment stick out that you think are going to be sort sort of indelible when people think about the rivalry man i the only highlight huge moments i definitely remember is they have sam sam bradford who was coming off winning the heisman i believe and he fractured his collarbone. Aaron williams safety for the safety for texas cornerback at the time comes on a cornerback blitz hit sam bradford and i believe fractured his collarbone and bradford ends up missing a lot of time which is what leads to the emergence of landry jones. I'm ensure that probably sticks in their minds because if not for you know bradford getting hurt. Maybe they win that game. Maybe they go on to a championship game later later in the year for texas when texas one forty five thirty five texas winning that game and i it's been a while while so it may be the same game but jordan shipley returns a kickoff for a touchdown texas winds forty five thirty five and that leads texas to go on and play in a national championship a <hes> three months later. I think that is iconic for texas in the last decade when fans recognize you texas fans recognize you what what do they bring up more than anything else is. It oklahoma is it. Another game is at another situation when they recognize recognize me personally. It's primarily a thanks for what you stood four and thanks for all you did at texas okay if not so specific. Nick is oklahoma but it's more so a hey we recognize that you went to battle every year for the longhorns in the burnt orange orange for those four years and thank you for that it's it's the players who will ask. What was your record against. Oh you the fans. It's a general broad awed expression of gratitude. If emmanuel acho is sixteen years old and lincoln riley shows up at your house your family's house having having accomplished what he's accomplished and you don't have the loyalty necessarily to texas. Do you think you would be more likely in twenty nineteen to hear him out now man in how dallas dude i'm from dallas man. I'm a texas kid. I'm texas through and through lincoln riley phenomenal. The oklahoma football program is phenomenal in your boy is a dallas texas kid and if it's all as texas for me weather five and seven whether eleven or fourteen in no is is just it's texas for me man emmanuel wacho. Thank you very much for your time and insight thank you my friend. It's a pleasure.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"As a as a special forces guy been multiple wars is true patriot and he he said it perfectly and so fortunately caught nate that week and and i thought okay this the cabinet's done right but the in everybody's just going to hate on him and he can't reverse that i've been surprised that he is to me italy's it seems like first of all he he's still in the news because the cause of the joe webs of the world and because of all the other check on our country it seems like he is building support it feels like that because he's fighting for something this real but he didn't say anything and he doesn't have to concombinate doesn't have to say another word colin kaepernick has done enough here's what people don't realize colin kaepernick is making gus have this discussion right now we're speaking for without colin kaepernick there is not even a discussion whether nkala cat whether colin kaepernick actually accomplished anything that you can tangibly c he at least made people in america start to have the uncomfortable conversation and it really is unfortunate that he doesn't have a job because no maybe he's not a starter but so i can name right now fifteen quarterbacks in a league bit colin is better than he's been to a super bowl come on now i don't care how long ago he's been to a super bowl is going to play again i can say that he will accommodate we've seen we seem different scandals from not even scandaleuse loosing different issues at owners don't want to have to deal with from homosexual players from michael sam to even stories that break about players and there are some things for one reason or another writer wrong owners don't want to deal with its is actually ridiculous than an owner would rather deal with a player who has major domestic violence issues than a player that sitting to protest racial injustice well.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"You can talk about a two coaches in and in practice teaching kids how to tackle properly and keep the head out of the way but wing mean maybe maybe they tackled too early i think the best way i've heard it zach urged tied under the philadelphia eagles i've talked with his mom she's on his mom yes she's on the board of isis and i think one of the best approaches as kind of what they took is don't really are playing until high school don't start playing until your freshman sophomore year if you're gonna play football in college you have four years to develop and master those skills you can play flag beforehand murdoch are batters wagner anything yehya but at least come high school you then don't have as much cumulative damage at least if you only played for those for use and stop if you're on the birmingham scholarship you can do it in four years so right now i think that's the best approach to take but i will also say this and i want to make sure the listener here's we are with our knowledge of the brain and brain and head trauma where we were with our knowledge of heart and heart disease in the 1950s and '60s so ultimately we don't know that we don't know hit a scary museums aio i don't wanna go back there we don't know the we don't know yet her and is i i the this is what i think and i own enough nothing but when you talk about the nfl and you talk about roger goodell who i dunno roger goodell in in in we're talking about ct a very real issue for him and the whole sport of football.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"T has some very interesting colts have stuck with me she said unless you lock the player in a room with padded walls you can't help essentially like they are so dane unless you bought them in a room not only by themselves but lock them in a room with padded wall she also said were small women dealing with three hundred pound men we need help i asked her to end my interview with her i said would you let you chill children play it he said absolutely not abso lil saw the till you can pay me enough breath farf said that yeah and bread arbas come said he's had a star different types of issues for sure i'm so aknowledge it the nfl has to but you right and so the to that and i know that the nfl obviously that's the pinnacle of the sport that's the that is the league but these give my my kids you know he but luke started plays a senior started plan when he u b a p flag football pewee football all through his you know middle school of high school college but you know these kids are it's an accumulative thing like they're not they don't get to the nfl start having concussions they get them and in middle school yes so it is people asked what's the simplest way to define c t e it is a a progressive degenerative disease meaning over time it gets worse right i didn't realize until three months four months ago when i when i held my interview with neuroscientist the brain doesn't stop the developing a maturing and till 25 i'm 26 so my brain literally just stopped so as not just an nfl problem is not just the college athlete problem is a high school problem it's a p we problem i was eight years old when i started playing football tackle football the heck of my tackling kit ford eight years old right that's the crush windy windy you so we can talk about a helmet technology.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I'll get to up at home tomorrom actually happen on a plane to dc to me with a hundred seventy members of congress on a panel gum and i will advocate for more health protection as it pertains to neurological function and neurological injuries almost had on a panel with the neuroscientist and a whole team apart of vices vices has come out with a new helmer and buddy of mine was involved in the in the designer vices come out with a new helmet i'm that is supposed to help relieve some of the concussion type injuries tom because they can't make too many dramatic claims because regardless concussions will exist in football but you're exactly right it's an issue and i have educated myself to talk on the matter i i've talked extensively on with a neuroscientist out of los angeles who performed brain studies and i've studied this thing for probably 100plus hours to the point where i had to stop studying it because it was freaking me out i'ma giving speeches at texas to some athletes about it when it comes down to is the helmet protects the brain from fracture it protects these score from fracture but it does not protect the brain from jarring wet in sure um the the brain is the consistency of tofu essentially and so that is with the matter within the brain's the consistency of tofu so every time that a player has hit the cheers in tears at the neurons within the brain to put the thing context of fighter pilot experiences five to seven gs of force upon take off and kind of max acceleration a soccer player and they had but the ball 54 use of force mac the hockey player forty a force a football player experiences anywhere from sixty two hundred twenty jeez of foresee average concussion taking place around that ninety ninety five g mark and so.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"In other really athletes duke course that ought to be flipped around when when the numbers of that high and the pressure is that high that they got it backwards so but is there some way were these kids know that at the end if the if they graduates are you we want you to come to this university and we stress academics and with all the coaches of saint should all the time you know academics accident come on so if they fulfil their commitment on the field and off the field in the classroom i there's got to be something that that that that sets them up whether they they might go to the nfl but article 1 percent go or less so the others the don't how about a little little runway and here's another train of bought here's another idea and offer i've heard propose keep the money that the athlete would have earned keep it in an account that he can not touch until after he graduates tech right i like that idea as well i'm like you said went that gives them also a head start whether they go to the nfl are not many think they are and they don't end up going let there be an account that they can now tap into after they graduate maybe if they don't graduate they don't see that money but the nc aa the players don't have a union the nc aa is not going to just willingly give away this money the university of texas won't willingly give away money that they can keep to themselves after you leave high school the game of football is a business at the college level at the national level in the nfl the game of football is a business and until you can throw a wrench in the way that things are being done.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"You have to pay athletes of of a place like the university of texas grossing one hundred thirty eight hundred thirty plus million dollars the athletes a study came out each would make six hundred plus thousand dollars a year at texas here is one of the arguments people say well the educations paid for in state tuition is not that much a pharma texas athlete give me my money i will pay for my tuition i will pocket the rest well some will say it's just not bear in my opinion college is supposed to prepare you for real life is real life fair heck no the other thing is there are different ways and their different means you can go about doing this in the nfl is on the call player performance you get paid based on how much you play i think you can do the same thing of the college level i don't think the starter a guy like chambrew show the starting quarterback should make as much as a third string linebacker who doesn't touch the field i don't think so at all but if you're playing if you're making a hundred plus million dollars for your university you should see that much money it's very simple ask yourself if you're the ceo of a company you have one employee making you money and you have another employee losing you money what's your move k maybe not fire the one losing you money but at least honor and reward the one that's making you money will texas football players when lose or draw are making university 100plus unit million dollars they got to see some of it right and in its it it's just a it's a it's a blurry line there and and nobody wants to you know i love this the college student athletes.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I played against him after the catch he had thirteen catches for i believe a hundred seventy yards and a touchdown it's all about confidence is not that a skillset wasn't there the first time he just enough confidence of sam allender goes out there for texas does a couple interceptions against san jose state that has to play against you will see we'll never know how good he can beat you because his confidence has already been shot chambrew show he goes out their third play the game those an interception the reason he struggled the rest of the game is confident to share the tipping point that's a tipping point should these kids i i always worry and i wonder you know 'cause you see here we have a stadium with a hundred two thousand people that we could pack in there that you can do the math we can all do the math at an average ticket price 6 of of a bubba we know what that totals we know what the football programme forget the university of texas but all whether it's you as seer allah bama or notre dame or oregon we know what these football programs mean we know so therefore and i i come at it from an athlete standpoint should these kids not so much be being paid but should there be did look there's there's somebody's making too much money for these guys to get nothing note now you were talking about language yom i thought as a nobrainer athletes said collegian athletes be pay um it's a very some multilayered multi levelled congress i agree i think.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Yeah we shall see steeple shell injured government said quarterbacks show ashamed michel search aebersold bruce thorne shoulder it will not practise on tuesday will be evaluated that just come out just a he's he's door a press conference right now to the local media shame show wow so wow i was hoping that was like some ran of bandages tweeted that out you that's tom herman himself yes yet so here's thing about hours but it's noam here's a here's a concern fans are going to wanna see ellen gear because he's an austin knight he's a local prada for local product but a true freshman quarterback now i'm always worried in his now because they melander doesn't have the talent but here's the thing is like starting a rookie quarterback in the nfl there's a reason the browns have moved through so many quarterbacks as of late as a reason texas hasn't yet had a dominant quarterbacks insane since a cult mccoy when you put a guy in a position of fail which i believe sam allen you're having a start sooner than later is putting him in a position to fail he loses his confidence early of the game of football is all about confidence is different than other sports i played odell beckham his rookie i played for the eagles he played for the giants i played against him before the catch that onehanded catch he is known for he had no yard by a you're also that's all it as all these kids won't do knows it the tomiya onehanded catch him i have two hands first exactly i played against odell before he made the catchy and maybe three catches thirty yards on the day we beat them we beat the giants in philadelphia twenty seven zero on thursday night her monday night.

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"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"emmanuel acho" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Merely hass talent they started foreign all last year so i think once the coaches start to learn their players a little bit more i'm and they started to put their players and better positions to succeed i think they'll turn it around well that's interesting say that i mean it it it i didn't expect i didn't wedding or what you'd say but dino for me the worst part was losing to a team with those uniforms that that ought to be illegal i mean seriously and i love all the kevin plank and under overstaffed four but hung i think he missed who green arrow who greenland that we've like are two under armor strikes right but the curry's the steph curry lows holiday got a bunch of negative attention and then there's the maryland terrapins uniform this wasn't a worse because they've done some chequered yellow grad widen a passer so when you lose one at home but then you lose to a team that had that was dressed for the kentucky derby yes yes and not even dress well for the derby now just dress for yuck i just got a note here said sam elegant took all wrapped so the through the first team today will tomorrow tom hurbon also says dirt heard will do some double duty a quarterback wide receiver might think it out but i with my biggest fear was having a quarterback controversy expressly so early on i think chambrew shell who started last game i think he is the guy agassi for more reasons in one you don't want a true freshman and sam allen you're starting a quarterback west is not what you want name a true freshman that his led their team to a national championship went yes is not which one especially at a place like texas drawn heard he's obviously he's capable um he's probably the most athletic player on the field whenever he's on the field but boucher elza guy knowing that he's a guy now the coaches this have to figure out what can he do best he's not a runner he's not braxton miller cartel jones who thom herman had at ohio state he's not greg ward who thom herman add back in houston he's a pocket passer that can throw a heck of a deep ball his skill skillset.

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