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"dan rooney" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"He's still one of my best friends and so that's what the seat was planned but obviously twelve. So couldn't go fly fighter jets at that time. And when often play golf the versity Kansas, and then left there join the airforce went to officer training in the off to flight school. And just as a as a as a stat. This really fascinating and So you go through a thing called pilot training undergraduate pilot training up takes two and a half the whole program takes two and a half years. government spends eight million dollars per pilot training us. And Eight million per pilot in from the start of the program to the finish. Only four point. Eight percent of the people will make it through the program to become a fighter pilot. So it is by far no, I'm not I'm not saying I could be an. got a lot of seal buddies, but it is by far the most expensive highest attrition rate of any military training. There is why? The main reason is that so many people don't make it. I mean you got a brief glimpse of it when you went up and thirty eight. But. It's a you know the F sixteen goes two and a half times either sound it pulls nineties you're running the most sophisticated you know computing device. In the world dropping bombs, you know shoot missiles fueling I mean need is just a carnival ride that combines not only physical aptitude but then Ben's still an emotional aptitude to be able to operate it. You know those speeds under insane amounts of pressure. Combat. you just you got it or you don't. I'd love to say, Hey, you know I worked really hard which I did but it is You know something like give Gory to God for that I've had the opportunity to be flying fighters for twenty one years and still doing that then at Eglin air force base and desktop forward in the reserves now down there and we. Doing it But yeah, it's You know it's an incredible program and it's funny. You Know How god brings. Things. Together in your life and send you on trajectories that you don't ever expect. But if it wasn't for golf and being a fighter pilot, you know I never would have I have the had the platform to start folds of honor. and. What made you? What made you decide to start there because obviously golfer you started I which then through golf meeting a fighter pilot becoming a fighter pilot but then you went and played golf in college in. Now you finished college, you go through fighter pilot training become a fighter pilot but golf is kind of staining your life and so how does folds of honor come about? So my dream was to be, gopro on a fighter pilot obviously did make it onto or couldn't make it onto her based on being a fighter pilot. So the next best thing was to be a class, a PTA member. So the guys that work at the golf courses in in my case, you know build on the I just loved the game but I got back from my second tour of duty in Iraq and at this point, I, believe in my dream job description pretty average guy honestly you know from. The way I was living Friday I'm a fighter pilot I'm like Oh hold on. Let me just. Stop right there. There's no such thing as F sixteen fighter pilot that did two tours in Iraq. I'm just the average guy no. Sorry brought. Hugged I agree on the maybe the accomplishments I, but I was living very selfish life. I'll put it that unlike hotly average. you know flying fast jets and playing golf and drinking too much whiskey and you know part time that and. It was It was an intervention in my I really believe you know personally and we've helped a lot of people as a result but I I wasn't I wasn't the best person myself. I'll leave it at that. and I ended up, it came back for my second were of of three trips to Iraq and I was on a commercial airline flight with twin brothers. Identical twin brothers, Corporal Brad Buckling brought his twin brother Corporal Brock home from Iraq who had been killed. And that night I watched this whole family on the tarmac including his four year old son and despite the captain's request half the people got up and left the airplane It's like one o'clock in the morning and. I've really felt a calling from God. He picks the least among us for sure and qualify thereby felt a calling to do something. For this little four year old boy that had lost his dad and in combat and for me. I'm a big believer that education is the bridge to opportunity inequality in this country. And So our mission you know started very small, but he never wavered on started foles on our literally above my garage. And in Oklahoma and The Primary Vision which I mentioned we haven't ever strayed from to honor the sacrifices of our minute women in the military who killed or disabled by providing educations for their family ice. And you know again, turned to the game of golf and started a event called Patriot Golf. Day Let me about my garage at the PGA America. Agrees to get behind this concept of Patriot which we'll talk about but it's Labor Day, weekend we've got. You know four or five thousand golf courses that sign up to host. Patriot Golf Day, and that's simply is collect donations for us. So we asked people to donate at least an extra dollar when I go tee it up and. We've raised just through Patriot Golf. Day. About fifty million dollars and we give golfers the opportunity to play their most aerobic meaningful round of the year and pay those donations forward to military families who desperately need their help. From Patriots Day Golf. GimMe the best story from what you started at foals of honor. What's the one story that you've heard from family or a kid that's meant the most to you. Don't that as regards to golf, it's easy and we've got you know almost thirty thousand recipients. Now there's some amazing stories out there. There were two young boys that reached out to me bat and Daniel Cash. And they hand wrote a letter and they went on to describe their their dad Chris cash who'd been killed in Iraq. And that they had grown up playing golf together and that they had saved scorecards like we all do over the years and that. In order to remember their dad, they would pull out the old scorecards. And they would replay the rounds of Golf that they played with their dad before he was killed in Iraq. and. I got this letter and you know I'm really proud to say that we sent both those young band to college and they're going off you know or living successful lives But that was early on in the store to fold Toronto and it just you know just. Just reminds freedom is not free. Every day is a gift and we live in a country. That is is perfect. I think it's the best in the world but there's less than one half of one percent that wake up every day when I die for it and there's there ain't no other country in the world. With with the military that we have here it's about taking care of their families and always being reverend to the sacrifices that have been made..
"dan rooney" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"He'll push you into a wild animal. Let me see. I, saw put Sir my puss lower brands down and attempts to save yourself in the event of an attack with bears in randy through me in their. skype forgotten more golf than ran deal ever now. Randy just need something to do. Postponed bears that'd be one thing up tease you with the pet peeve of this or not my pet peeve. And, there are a lot of people locally that have beef with you in Connecticut. Okay now that I got my good hin now because your name showed up on something. Soon. My name sued up. Daddy just gave me the dog head till like. Dog If he he wanted TRT. kilted his head. My name showed up on something Cindy depot came to me in. Did you know about this? I was like no. Did I know do I know about? Out of humane not now that I'm throwing this at you apparently because. The. Is On class. What is it good for me? I don't know what's good and what's not good for you. What does it mean I'm working or is am I doing something I I don't know what this entails. freaking out now man and I love it and you gotta be easily you got. Out. Even know about this awesome way a week. This is the best see planning. Advocate interview and I, and I'll talk to you I a little bit Getty Julio Man Talk The next week. Late you're Dan Rooney coming up next. It is my distinct pleasure to bring in someone who I could call a friend, but also somebody who I am so. Jealous of because of what his job was major Dan Rooney who is the founder and president of folds of Honor Foundation First off. Major Dan Rooney How you doing as strange times everyone, how are you doing? Yeah we're. So we are hanging in there and all during a strange it's actually got promoted some tenant Colonel Dan now. So that was one good thing that happened during Kobe. WHO Also Woking Fighters yet. Thank you. Thank you very much and Yeah. Maybe we're hanging in there I'm a big believer. God's got a plan and You know thankfully you know my family in France. I haven't experienced of you know any serious impacts from from Colbert. Circle but certainly. Prayers for all those who has but it's interesting. Sometimes, things have to fall apart in order to come together with my sense is that. God has a bigger plan to refocus on on the things that matter both. our families take care of each other and So I'm always trying to find a bright light in in sometimes he's Dr Challenge about one tower you same thing men, I'm you know me man I'm the guy I love looking for the Silver Lining I. Love Looking For the light at the tunnel in. I'm I'm the one who is always like. What from anything bad will help people get closer together and closer to each other. You know I've rule number one, love one another. So like how can we do that better? How can we as a species just do that better man but I'm you know I'm faulted unfold I'm. I'm jealous I'm jealous of the fact that you flew F16's like that is one of the coolest. Let me tell you something. There are. Things that people don't know until they actually do something one. People. Still argue that golfers aren't athletes until. Other athletes even you laugh their people until you as athletes, another sports if you ask a football player who plays golf and has played in the super bowl or an MLB player who's played in the world series or hockey players, you name it you name a sport and you ask those elite athletes if golf is a sport and they'll all tell you. Yes and golfers athletes. One thing that I had no clue about is that when it comes down to it, the greatest athletes that we have our fighter pilots. And people who right now are like, what come on man? No, that's that's not true listen. I got the fly in a fight and the training one of the I. was in San Antonio. And it was thirty eight that's exact-. Yes. The T thirty eight, which in the original top gun, the t thirty eight played played the MiG correct correct. That is correct Yep. And so. I went in the t thirty, eight and. was. Not asked before we got started hey, what's this GONNA be like? In the dude goes, it's GONNA be. Like the hardest workout you've ever done. And you're probably not going to feel right for a day. And he was beyond true and the fact that you guys do that as training five to six times. Like Righetti that's not. People don't understand the workout you have to have in their mental. So let's start with this. How did you get into flying fighter jets? So it's it's it's good everything great in my life is directly connected to the game of golf. Like. Every moment that's changed my path and I was twelve. And I was playing in a little golf tournament at the Store Country Club in Oklahoma where I grew up I. Bad. A fighter pilots name was Steve Steve Court right. Yeah he was the COOLEST, I've ever met and I was like you can't be this cool and old and said, yes, you can. new my first band crush and I'm like I didn't do. It was like I'm going to be pilot. I WANNA grow and be like the Court Ryan..
"dan rooney" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"Think the crazy thing. Now like Jim Herman was. One hundred and ninety eighth or some. He had no chance of making the fedexcup he wins and now he's in. But Shane lowry outside the Fedex Cup, when I saw him at the airport, he was going to be one of my sleeper picks as well. He played his way into it. Sergio Garcia is not in the Fedex Cup. That's not surprising. He because he only has twelve he only had twelve starts and didn't have he. He's just not been playing well. Yeah. That's what I'm saying like he hasn't had a lot of start now the thing for a guy like tiger woods. Is he going to check out O'Shea Yo say. Gee. Tiger Woods. He. Knows he knows what's up. Tiger. HERE'S THE QUESTION MARK Just anyone believe the type is going to be his back is going to be to do three in a row. We'll find out what if he tries to do that? Then what he's going to have to do is play four out of five weeks right? That's not okay. So here's the deal with tiger. I believe that Tiger if he does not play himself into the tour championship this week. We'll shut it. That's exactly right. Shut down and said US Open that's what I said like us. He's not going to go play. He's not gonNA play Boston than next week in Chicago and the following week tour championship right I've said it a million times on this podcast. He's going to do what he can to get the swings in that he needs if he stays relevant in the Fedex Cup stay around but if not go forward to the major still quickly just because we embark on this because it's a weird Kobe nineteen pandemic version of the fedexcup playoffs what happen exists. Instead of the usual quadrupling of points versus what's available during the regular season, the points where tripled. So for example, the one of the first two events. Of the playoffs fifteen hundred Fedex Cup points instead of two thousand and that it Offsets Limitation Thirteen tournaments, which is what we had this year including the players, the three majors, and the WGC Dell Technologies. So at the conclusion of Northern Trust, the top seventy Fedex Cup points will advance to the BMW championship. Now that the points up for grabs. Shaved by a quarter, it could be more challenging to survive this according to the PGA tour, what they're doing for the changes of it. So there are modifications to it and it's a little bit confusing because we still have major championships to play and I. think that's probably golf's biggest hurtled caddy is typically this is the end of the season before the wraparound starts as we embark. Towards football but now they're kind of being wedged in there. And it's a little bit anti-climatic. Asked me. I? Just yes. I agree with that because of how strange this season is in the other thing too is the guy who started the year inside the top one, twenty five but didn't make the playoffs. They're still good to go for next year. Right. Because of the way that the season is played out with the tour has decided to do is make sure that everybody keeps their job moving forward. So the playoffs this season is just like ed we'll do three quick things to get some cash real quick right and you know what are the major counter? It's not a really now that's open now on foot. The, let's go to winged foot in what are you getting ready for masters. Yeah and how about the as soon as we finished recording the podcast last week, the masters comes out in as no fans. Right after I said I was finally called to your side of adult I. Don't think we should do this without fans. The masters must listened to the podcast and been like we don't care what you think. Now we're going to do the opposite whatever you said. Lucia I'm not here saying that aesthetically it's not going to be amazing to see Augusta national in that way also, but there is nothing like roars at Augusta National. You know my thoughts on this. I saw that and I was like how about those people by the way who went and got postponed in April like dude by November were go good. Good out of problem we'll, be, eating. Sandwiches tomorrow. Nothing out. All right. Let's get to our picks and a you've got a special guest joining you today. Off the. Emergency things do I got stuff You'll set up the gas when he when he comes on yeah it's going to be a major Dan Rooney from folds of honor talking about Patriot golf which is so go. But I need to talk to him about flying fighter jets because I got to do that once and so but this do flu F16's. That's way more impressive than you and I've ever done in our life. Iranian. I got the fly in I got to fly. No, he flies them. Yeah I flew one not F16's though. He lands them and takes them off. Okay. I didn't do that. Thank you. Value You wrote a passenger. No I was fine. I had a joystick man. I was flying IT A. Joystick by K- own their. Colonel Boot. I moved a little bit so and the plane moved and then freaked me out. No, chance. A joystick. That speed. I last week's picks more to more of the same dominating. Stop in at three dudes in the top three website's billy horse. Kevin. Kisner. My sleeper has really missed the cut by one, fifty, six to forty, nine caddy at an week again at a Patrick greed Sergio was garbage held onto the third had the overnight lead after Thursday Harris English your sleep sleeper acquitted himself quite well twelve under. Tally for the week fifty, six to forty, nine under I win up five, four and one, seventy, two to one, thirty seven..
Source: Rooney Rule to require more interviews
"The NFL's amending the Rooney rule to require more interviews of minority candidates for head coaching and coordinator positions are reacting to a lack of diversity progress in hiring the legal required teams to interview at least two candidates minority candidates from outside the organization for head coach openings that rule named after the late Dan Rooney who owned the Pittsburgh Steelers and was adopted in two thousand three it has had some impact but the recent spate of coaching hiring in that recent spate if you have done to minority
"dan rooney" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Dan Rooney I remember the day so well who is such a enormous figure in this region and in around the world particularly in Ireland where he served as ambassador to still greatly missed certainly by his family and many many friends the players administrators coaches in those who knew him loved him from the law firm studio doing good doing right this is Katie K. A. radio fifty nine an overcast it's eight thirty on Paul Rasmussen a bill in the Pennsylvania house could give lawmakers more control to define what is and is not a non essential business KDKA TV is Lindsey ward has more on the measure that could put some people back to work it would allow those in private and public construction to reopen but they must follow the guidelines in keeping save such as having the proper personal protective equipment and maintaining social distancing Republican house speaker Mike Turzai says other states with stay at home orders have allowed exemptions such as construction work meanwhile governor Tom wolf and his administration have said that the reason for closing the tens of thousands of non essential businesses is to save lives and help stop the spread of covert nineteen the house is expected to take up this bill tomorrow state health secretary Rachel Levine said over the weekend the spread of coronavirus is slowing across Pennsylvania but it's unclear when and how restrictions will begin to be lifted it's going to go in and progressive fashion as we look at the numbers of cases the numbers of new cases but we're not there yet health experts project the virus will peak in the state by mid week a grocery store in new Kensington is closing at the end of the month the owners of.
"dan rooney" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Dan Rooney it is a different way to win Jim Rooney in studio more to come traffic powered by bouncers Chevrolet in beaver falls in Monroeville Kathy Berger in as an update in two accidents so one of them just occurred over on the inbound side of route twenty eight and it's right at the ramp with folks coming from behind the corporation the inbound side of twenty eight the right lane is blocked off so you're going to need to move all the way over into that left lane which is that ramp coming off of the how the part bridge so all that merging together has traffic backing for you on the Honda corporation also on twenty eight on the inbound side started back right around Delafield out of it with this point no crews on the scene looks like this accident to and again just occurred for folks only northbound on seventy nine right before you get to south point we have an accident with only restriction there and we're backing to Canonsburg inbound on the parkway west pretty solid now from green tree down for the fort Pitt tunnel our next Tripoli traffic on the five six thirty five for the Presbyterian senior Kerr network traffic center news radio ten twenty KDKA sunshine today with a high of twenty eight right now we're at eleven degree now selling Provence's a brand new master planned community located off Hamilton full road in the first stages lake Travis school district only fifteen miles from downtown Austin beautifully crafted new homes starting in the three sixties rolling Texas hill country views landscapes in architecture inspired by the south of France shopping and restaurants nearby Provence is calling your name visit us today proponents T. acts dot com or call five one two nine eight zero zero five two zero for more info hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not.
"dan rooney" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"TV in the nineteen seventies a decision was made to disband the steel arrest when reporters asked Dan Rooney why he replied we don't need them most Steelers fans agreed birds about football not the sideline entertain while the Pittsburgh Steelers are still without cheerleaders today the steel arrests alumni regularly eat at the Hynes history centers western Pennsylvania sports museum to reminisce about their experiences and cheer on the black and gold see the Steelers were the first team to have cheerleaders John adventure Lotta Steelers nation doesn't know that yeah that's crazy and William day was one of our hometown heroes same Barnabas one of the founders what a great guy a lifetime achievement award and I know his son Douglas and his daughter Valerie that's wonderful in console me last year yeah my dad was involved in he started that's pretty cool isn't as six twenty five KDKA radio traffic powered by browsers Chevrolet beaver falls in Monroeville caffeine fix start us off the we could have cheerleaders on the side of the roadway since you're in traffic on the move into the other traffic all in their keep going keep going that's right a look at a twenty eight on the inbound side where we had a disabled vehicle and just a few minutes ago was in the left hand lane just past the fortieth street bridge has been cleared but I'm always looking into bumper to bumper traffic here at the at the by pass as you head down toward Millvale things start to loosen up but it gets busy once again as you make your way past the thirty first St bridge problem with a serious accident in Westmoreland County this isn't Donegal township route thirty one closed in both directions between weaver town road and big springs road tractor trailer car accident there in battle.
"dan rooney" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Stake forecast. Now KRLD chief meteorologist Dan Rooney off in this Monday morning. Got a warm up coming. But none today. Yeah. Not today. At least clouds I've been stubborn all weekend getting out of here. I thought they would stick around, and they did and today's pretty much all this week. We're gonna have a lot of clouds around if the more sun, we see the warmer will gets as we head towards a Wednesday Thursday and Friday but trend on the cooler side, but still not too bad for this time of the year by the end of the week today. Waking up to temperatures mainly in the mid thirty s clouds around the wind really speak of runaway up to about forty five is what I'm going forward today. Again, those wins light and variable clouds there could be a few breaks also in the clouds by later on this afternoon evening Fort Worth west. That's what it looks like now, but they roll back in tomorrow. We'll have mostly cloudy sky tomorrow morning at chilly. Lows in the upper thirty s tomorrow afternoon, colleague, cloudy and cool struggle to hit fifty and then Wednesday, they'll be some morning drizzle. Maybe Pekar two of afternoon sunshine, a bit warmer mid to upper fifty s and near sixty Thursday with cloud. Ouds mid mid sixties on Friday and a chance of storms actually bleep Friday evening early Saturday. Got that strong cold front coming through this weekend with temperatures in the thirties Saturday and Sunday morning lows on Sunday morning could dip as low as twenty three degrees. We'll see right now, we're at thirty five and Roanoke thirty-six here. The only station in North Texas with news, traffic and weather all day, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD..
"dan rooney" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Radio. So if you will let's introduce your very special guests for the next two segments. I want you mentioned her name. Everybody's gonna show. Oh, yeah. I know you're talking about go ahead. Oh, yes. I'm so honored to be here with Sally Wiggin, a legend a legend as what does that mean? I, you know, I don't there. So many. I'll tell you that I'm sitting across Sally. And she looks like you know, what she did when Hillgrove is alleged Myron was alive. Myron was a legend, Dan, Rooney was alleged growing up in Pittsburgh. And this is why it's exciting for me to get your take on retirement, one of my first interactions with Pittsburgh legends was with Bill and Patti burns many years ago. I was a cancer patient at children's in their first children's hospital. Telethon I was an inpatient are you? I did not know that was kidding me. That's right. I was a cancer patient. So when I saw kind of cancer landmark skins you had Hodgkin, right? And I saw Patty and daddy doing the the telephone I thought. Wow, look at this. This is great. And and then obviously Sally I never met Bill burns. I interestingly enough, but I became friends with Patti especially in in the last stop I talked to her in the last year for life. And we really we got to be friends. And I so regret that I didn't get to know her well before then. Yeah, I did because we admired each other. Now, I'm going to start to cry. No don't know. No, don't cry. So I will say it. So the member thirtieth was your last day. Yeah. Technically my last day of working was the sex, but we had made the agreement that officially that was my retirement day because it was the end of my contract. So I work with a lot of retirees. And and I don't think of you as a as a as a senior as I don't think of them when I get out of bed in the morning. I can barely move. It myself as a safe. That's what I was gonna ask you, right? So you get up December first. And now, you're physically retired. What's the first thought that comes into your mind up? The first thought was relief excitement. Nostalgia regrets. Choices not made. To tell us some regrets. I think everybody does that as a senior. If someone said, I've lived a great life. I have no regrets. That's a lie. You may have lived a great life. Everyone has a regret because that means you've lived a perfect life. And the last time I checked if you're a Christian or maybe an an another religion. There would be something similar to this. You would have to have had a perfect light life to have no regrets. It's all in how you handle regrets. If you learn from them, if you treasure them, if you think of them fondly, like if I may maybe if I had made this choice things life would be different. There was a there was an opportunity to leave here, and I wouldn't call it a regret. But I I wonder what my life would have been if I had laughed so when you look back on your career. So that's that happens when you when you when you had the opportunity everybody keeps asking you about start thinking about it. Well, you've had the opportunity to meet and and interview many many. People in looking back. Is there one person that you say, wow, I would have really liked to talk to that person. Or interview that person just have a sit down with this particular person during your career, and I'm not gonna say you living or deceased I'm saying during your span between that nineteen eighty till? I didn't get the interview. A lot. It's a lot of people that you did interview. I guess so when looking back, I I can't think of anybody that oh, I know. Cell. I am in. We'll be the judge of that. I am in love with a certain actor. Everybody jokes about it people who know me. I almost drove overnight ABC at the time. One of our former producers was the executive producer at good Morning, America. And he was going to be interviewed. And I thought about doing it and a good friend of mine I'm going to be joining her and her husband to watch the wildcard game this afternoon. And I said, do you think that they would let me meet him if but I would have to drive all night any so smacked of being a stalker. I chose not to do it. He's an actor called Vigo Mortenson. He's probably going to be nominated for an Oscar. He's nominated for a Golden Globe this weekend. He's in green book. Did you see? It's a great violence. Tremendous amazing movie. He should've been nominated for that he was nominated for eastern promises. Which was the same director Kronenbourg. I think it is. Yeah. I I fell in love with him when I saw Lord of the rings. So you've never got know fell in love with him read everything about him people gave me a book of poetry everybody. I had this big this big. Poster of him as as strikers, he was striker, but he was actually Lord era, Gordon and his speech in the final Lord of the rings. He's on a horse, and he's an incredible writer, and then Dow go I think I've seen the Dow go fifteen times, but I wish I could have interviewed him. So we could have set that up to have him walk through the door looking at Saint James that was a great movie. Dow go down, why didn't get great interview. Great interviews. Great ratings. I mean like on rotten tomatoes. It would be probably maybe a tomato, but a small, but you know, not that he's not had a successful career. But I have to be honest with you after seeing history of violence. I thought he was going to become the next year. You know, what he did the road here? And I have read that after doing the road, and they and speaking of that he was here a lot people would see him, and he was in character. Right. He would be down at Harpen fiddle. And they said he was so nice. But the road was so emotionally devastating for him. I think he'd he'd pulled away from acting for a while. I think that that's what happened same thing. That kind of Michael Keaton did right at the height of everything he sort of backed backed away and to to great actors. But yeah, that's someone. I can't believe I'm saying that. But I'm gonna they're obviously there are people that I never got to interview Obama. It's not true. I did. But it was for like it was during the primary. So so, yeah, that's there's don't opportunity right with chronicle. I mean, you're still gonna do chronicle. No, no, no. I'm Don, Don, I'm done. You know, other people at a TA will do chronicle and I'm done. You know, I've heard that from we've heard that from co. No, no, no. When you have a contract the contract is over. I'm finished. You will not see you will not see me on WTA ever again. So maybe it'll be somewhere else. Well, not for a while. Now for awhile. I wouldn't go to another. I I wouldn't go to another station television station, you might see me interviewed at project for project bundle up. You might see me do something that involves I'll be kennywood. So you'll see me Kenny Kenny would when they have Kenny way. Yeah. Everybody. But no, I'm finished the. Yeah. I'm rob. If that doesn't scream a Pittsburgh life read kennywood potato patch fried. Does it ever me? I mean a year from now, you might see me do something on Q E D. But but but no, I'm I'm sort of done with TV. I think I'll you social media now. I mean, someone might interview me do an interview with me. But but no, I'm not going to. I unless someone approaches me and says and says like a year from now, we'd like you to be part of this documentary. I would consider something like that. I would if it were a documentary that spoke to me, I think when you look back at TA an an I respect that that you wouldn't go anywhere else. But when you look back, and you look at some of the folks that even I grew up with an I grew up, obviously watching you and Don cannon and Paul Long, Adam Lynch all of those people in Colorado now. Yeah. Lynne's not good for von, you know, in advance gone, right? And all of those except for Lynn are gone. So when you think legends don't start crying. I don't do that. But when you think of that, I mean, that's you look at how news has evolved over the years from when you say devolved devolved, right? I mean well. I'm not being sarcastic. It's devolved in it. It's different. Because simply because of of the streaming that we have so many people get their news from iphones. Well, everybody's a or whatever, you know, like mobile androids, and whatever or they get them from their computers or they don't get it at all. Or they think they're getting the and you can get news from Facebook. You can but but it's all mixed up. So some people don't know that what they're reading actually isn't news. And they think it is. And so there's so it's it's very confusing to know what really is news, and what is opinion because it's gotten all mixed up. So I don't want to get all politic. No, let's not. Could you imagine a world? President Kennedy and Reagan any of those that had access to Twitter to Facebook. What would that have been like knowing what the president's office looks like now with title? I sometimes I'm just gonna put it this way. Sometimes things are singular unprecedented. I I'm not sure that a precedent would have been set van despite the the access does that make sense. Does what I'm trying to say it does it does. I think that you know, but we're not talking about retirement. We're not talking about retirement. We're talking about everything else, but retirement, but you know, and I do want to put me in a corner. I said I will do anything for anybody. But TA I I mean, I I there is a a loyalty to them. So I think that I mean public television if they approached me a year from now 'cause I I have to wait a year. I if public television where do, and it was an amazing opportunity to be part of something that makes a difference in the community. I would consider that your fans love you so much. I guess that's that's where it is. When when chronicle comes on or black and gold Steeler came on. Oh, people tuned in just to watch you. They didn't know everybody know, we tuned into watch you I mean, and that, but that's I think people aren't done with Sally Wiggin, you, you know, you may be but. Dan, the clout the people I mean, she and she's just listen, I'm sixty one I've been down the road. And believe me, I've been known as the hardest working manage showbiz show for years it Katie K eight downtown I had a shower. I was there pretty much round the clock and forget one morning. I came in Sally opened the door, and there he was standing in front fixing that beautiful quaffed had a hair. Don cannon the saliva disappeared from my throat. My palms became sweaty. And I just simply said Mr. cannon, you have no idea. This is a joy and a pleasure to meet you..
"dan rooney" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Week dank our good friends at empire city casino and Dan Rooney's for the hospitality. And for being such a great partner. Now carbs. Absolutely. They've been great. They have been great the food has been terrific. You guys have been terrific. And before we get back to the calls two teams that a lot of people in the Super Bowl New England putting them they're basically every year. The LA Rams David struggling over these last couple of weeks Iran's. I mean, I think the loss Cooper Cup has really hurt that offense. I mean, you look at golf on third down call you look at golf and a number. She was pulling up early in the year to what he's pulling up right now. Look like the same guy McVay telling you after the game that we got a lot of work to do with that. He's not happy with the way they're playing and you got Wayland by seven but Carl Wendy's see Bill Belichick team with fourteen penalties. Only ten points within the states. They're making who you more concerned about his New England or the LA Rams are the LA Rams because New England knows what they are. They're not very talented across the board. They're well coached in their discipline team. They have some talent in some areas, but other areas they don't gronkowski is not the threat that he used to be, but they adjusted to that. So they know going into every game. And this is the one thing Bill bell. Check is great act saying if we don't do these things we're going to lose to game. So when that game is over with they'll know exactly the things that they prepare for the next cue is why they lost a game. Nothing surprised them. Now. You look at the LA Rams were doing they were flying high quarterback could do wrong. It's not Cooper per se. Yes, they miss him. But there there are two things that they're encountering right now. They're encountering are defensive front. That has got no pressure beyond Aaron wishes from arquebuses. You got a lot of guys across their front. Have. You heard says name here's damage when it's convenient penalty. That's the only time. I hear is that this was the guy who was supposed to take some pressure off. Aaron Donald and he hasn't. So this front is underperformed. Their defensive backfield is getting exposed a bit. But then. You know, I had this call to action. And it was just me. It was Louis Riddick Joyner saying how lazy these beacons of coordinators are because the plays are on film somewhere where the Rams offense mimicked a lot of what to watch the Redskins did back in the eighties. Now, you just to go back and see definitive teams are defending them differently. Now, they're not giving those deep crossing routes again. Those are now interceptions where they were wide open plays. So teams defensively are changing a bit. Look at Kansas City. They had their low skill scoring output against the against the chargers. One hundred ninety nine yards for Patrick Mahomes. Denso's that's a bad day for him a bad day for that offense. So defenses are getting smarter. They're doing their research. Now, they're looking at some of these of concepts and saying okay here teams at a defendant. They're they're in the books. None of this is new so we can do this with our defense. And it's making these offenses in these young quarterbacks have to think a little more. They're not getting the wide open place that they were accustomed to. Let's say to new Windsor Nikki's up next on a foul. It's up Nikki. Yeah. Hey, JJ, Carlisle sheltie. A question about the giants quarterback situation. I was wondering now now now I I would I would go with me live alone. Nick. Mommy playing very well. I think he kitchen he'd be much better. Other people coming out and draft..
"dan rooney" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"It's all it does seem to be spending and not moving i think you know there are a lot of reasons but one of the things that i looked at was cultural conditioning and implicit bias you know from the time we're out of the womb where assaulted by these images and messages which i think make us view gender and race in very specific ways and i think that they're carris wisher who i love why interviewed about silicon valley talked about the mirror talk rec m i r o r people hire people who look like themselves and i think that you know that it's just been able to go on and there haven't been things that have been put in place that change changes the equation in in symphony orchestras now they're blind auditions so you can't tell the gender of the person who's auditioning and it's really increase the number of women in orchestras all across the country so blind resumes are one solution the rooney rule which was named after dan rooney the coach of the pittsburgh steelers i'm a sports idiot owner sorry sorry sorry sorry for misspeaking about that but anyway he put a rule in place they wanted more diversity in the coaching and management ranks of the nfl that if there's an opening at least one candidate one minority candidate must be interviewed so that opens up the possibilities immediately so i think there are a lot of things that can be done that make you know in terms of negotiating salaries and having a flat salary for every job so that was really interesting to well you would think especially after this year how intense these stories have been change is underway right you would think i think it is but you know i think it's change is hard that's one of the over you know over arching things i learned from doing the series you know we all get set in our ways we all have a particular point of view changing our minds and considering different things and making.
"dan rooney" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Yeah i agree i think also drink you know he gets older filling up to strength absorbed dr is really not a great he can walk player yet because kicking you all can go under dreams we really can't he's not well enough to right i barely heard anything or say we're at this pretty live in lively bar here at dan rooney's sports club here in yonkers walsh talk louder later but but outside of lonzo ball another surprise in the nba the best team in the eastern conference right now the orlando magic that's a team we haven't mentioned since shack was there and penny hardaway in the mid nineties put orlando magic six and one pretty impressive keep an eye on them and another thing i would like to say the houston rockets they picked up chris paul the off season they started out four now doing well james harden everything's going smoothly they've lost two in a row and that's the team i think is way overrated all they have is james harden everybody else is just a piece of the puzzle supporting peace they don't have enough and then they'll get chris paul back he played they paid him two hundred million to show up there chris paul it's like thirty four year old point guard and a lot of miles on was injured in the play offs i don't know why they did it but they signed him he plays for a half a game the first game of the season and he hurts his knee as out for five weeks and i it was just a bad move it should not have done that there's no question how can you predict injuries i know the coach took him off the court one ninety days to why took him isis because he was dragging his leg because of his name couldn't play himself is that bill parcells always said young players get better old players get older and they get hurt i couldn't agree more that's what we're talking about the cavs before the cavs chose to go with the oldest roster in the nba right now and basketball like many other sports is a young man's game especially these days it gets younger and you you watch worlds watch soccer the.
"dan rooney" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Had that opportunity i promise you if a guy hatton one one he was he be willing to take that chance to win a championship jerome bettis joining me on the program you know you start off by saying you and i go way back i would talk you when you remember the rams of course you had a great run with the steelers you know a guy that i missed head i really wanted to argue with me joe greene because he talks about when he got drafted by the steelers he wasn't exactly fired up in fact i've heard of he was to because the team was not that good really got there now there is so much pride in being a steeler being a part of that legacy how much of that goes back to joe greene it starts with joe greene and i remember the the late dan rooney always speaking about how joe greene transformed the franchise because not only was here grape player he demanded that you go out and do your job to the best your ability and he hailed everybody accountable and so by him doing that he change the culture in that locker room any wasn't okay to lose at that point it so it started to permeate to the locker room at next thing you know they brought in a couple more guys and abroad fred go in and and all those guys it swan next thing you know they were on the something but his started with joe greene in the culture that he set then everybody had to follow we're talking to drum batters so what does it mean to you to be a steeler to be a part of that tradition it it it it's special and i'll tell you why when when we will go into practice every single day we always had to walk by those four super bowl trophy an and we saw the standard that will set and so it was always our job to reach that standard in any was never okay to all you know what we got to the afc championship game are we are we got to division around the boy els but we are all we had a fifteen.
"dan rooney" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"I think mike floreal wrote this that art rooney wanted russ grim back in what was it two thousand going into two thousand retarded yet albums the out after sixty this'll take observed that art rooney who is now in power lean toward russ grim for the head coach that didn't happen because at that point dan rooney was in power and he wanted my unknown mike tomlin from minnesota and he got his wish and they went that direction it was great move because it resulted in two super bowls in one super bowl championship but since that last super bowl and they lost that one that was back in two thousand ten it's it's been awhile and you have to go back to two thousand twelve define the last time they had the number one defense because that's sort of the into pull them all luhn in so they were writing he he was but he still riding high at that point so they hung their hat on mike tomlin side of the ball and he was the court was the coordinator minnesota yet for one year so he his calling card was the defense so early on two 2012 they were a defensive football team and then all of a sudden they fall to six than 2012 and then 14th 18th eleven tent seventh in in this year two the average of six but the averages eleven so to your point there they're not they're not the steel curtin in renoir and the irony of this is that really been and and throw in some months fifty passes a game has kept them afloat right that's how they've done it under mike tomlin over the last five or six years so who is more valuable right now been rothliseberger or mike tomlin.
"dan rooney" Discussed on WEEI
"The thing that dan rooney did way back in two thousand two when tony dungy of the tampa bay buccaneers and dennis green of the vikings in minnesota they were people who had winning records and they were being terminated and then the question is we are going a replace them with a black man or you going to replace them with a white man to replace them with white coaches so dan rooney who was the owner of the pittsburgh steelers says this is not right you gotta make a fair assessment you gotta have black people interviewed in order to make a a proper determination as to who is qualified to be the coach okay so now we have the oakland raiders they want gruden there's no questions about it they've had the rumors for a long time so what do they do they interview adam kaplan and they interviewed bobby johnson and now they say okay we got our thing now we're hiring gruden i mean it was a farce it was a sham the the make they make a mockery out of the rooney ruled that you can take in point you know you can make the case here that minority candidates maybe they get experience in the end if you're process and that'll help them down the road but you'll get a guy like mike tomlin who was an assistant coach with the vikings he's the steelers head coach now bryant the the the steelers had no intention of hiring him there to candidates they are trying to decide and the league said we have to interview a minority candidate that's the only role so this at all right bring tomlin in here we just got to do this to satisfy the rudy rule they brought it back to them he blew them away in the interview and i wound up hiring him yeah well you know this rule was put out by two attorneys siro murray and johnnie cochran we were talking about heirloom johnnie cochran is the guy who helped write the ruini rule with cyrus heat and you have to understand that it's a great thing for the nfl but if you make a mockery out of it and and you just go in and do sham interviews and and not like mike tomlin where the blue of.
"dan rooney" Discussed on WCHS
"League is patriotic that believes in the time honored american principles of hard work and discipline and teamwork ah you know that there are several identifying characteristics of conservatism kgb that i would fully expect a sports league to one who identify with i can understand up a sports chose not to actively appear to be moving in that direction because liberals some of them uh games some of them watching some of them by sponsored products up till now the nfl other than a couple of players in their endorsements of presidents and until recently the owners even stayed out of the owners were involved but you never know about it and dan rooney the steamers openly came out for obama uh others about kraft in the new in it can offer trump but aside from that this lead pretty much had an apolitical identity and then when this protest stuff started it became clear the executive leadership of the nfl was in fact siding with the players they had no desire despite i think everybody should stand for the anthem they took not one step to make that happen they can tin you to let the people playing the game inflict damage on it why would you do that you had a business to wrung here while the answer to the question is found in what is liberalism and if you are dyedinthewool liberal everything must be and if you have a powerful executive position or any other kind of position and your liberal you've got to use it to advance it to spread it and if that means taking your league in that direction because you believe in it.
"dan rooney" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And the uk yeah the companies called lgbt best rough which targets americans living in europe four year round activities v to be in other kind of stuff and why not so shot con the owner of the jaguars pretty resourceful the team plays at least one game they're year so become europe's team there certainly not america's team right now and visit florida and a couple of other sponsors sponsor stuff over there like the team that's called fulham which is the one that child con owns the socrates so there's a lot of stuff going back and forth across the pond so as jersey deals and not it's gotta deal with western union well look everybody as we said before are gonna do these these uh these shark deals it's the eleven of the thirty teams remember adam silver allows the teams to do threeyear deals on their jerseys and it's going to be up to maybe eight to ten billion dollars a year why not do it five end of preseason maybe by the end of december you're going to have at least 25 teams doing it the steelers family ownership will continue for many years to come is that correct that is correct and it's a good thing dan rooney's passing only meant the dan rooney jr is added to the public list of steelers ownership group on page eight of the media guy but the structure is the same so you know jerry jones is the guy after the hall of fame induction campaigning as the top guy in pro football ownership but the ruin these have been and will be in my mind and i'm sure yours too because you grow up near their the nfl's first family a really significant stability their rent sports business report um so taxes football they got the new chairman but no one's tickets to the games and strangely and uh disturbing as you uh but at the student interest his declining rapidly in college football uh there and elsewhere well but you don't know what a five and seven season and three and six of the fifg twelve does to a program it really messes off the momentum of the university of texas but there are programmes all over the country maryland for example uh and others who are having trouble selling tickets uh and it's not just the texas home games against those schools but there are a lot of.
"dan rooney" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"No greg so that means thursday will have to do both safety's and the corner back which is fine we can just do all the d bs on thursday instead i've got an old but a goody my buddy m the matt williamson from the former four letter network days only talked to him about a bunch of different things number one is a native pittsburgh her pittsburgh in whatever as you guys know a lot of you that followed us over from the four letter network so when gets his thoughts on the passing of dan rooney as well as talk a little team needs to put the draft being next week so end up is today's big show show matt how are you this morning i am fantastic but our you i'm doing fantastic as well i wanted to bring you on for a bunch of different reasons one of which is just talking a while but also with the draft coming up you always do such a good job with the team needs which i think it's really important internet discussion in a second but you are a born and raised native pittsburgh was it pittsburgh in pittsburgh her for yeah pittsburgh okay you're born and raised native pittsburgh her and even though you're scout for the browns you know you've got you've got the black and gold in your blood can you put it into words why dan rooney is as legendary and important of the fabric of that community in pittsburgh as he is.