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  • It's interesting because I'm listening to you talking.

    這很有趣,因為我在聽你說話。

  • Obviously, both of your parents had a very profound impact on your life.

    很顯然,你的父母都對你的人生產生了非常深遠的影響。

  • You described.

    你描述的。

  • Your mother is more of a green light.

    你媽媽更多的是綠燈。

  • Your dad is more.

    你爸爸更。

  • I don't want to say whether it was yellow.

    我不想說是不是黃色的。

  • Whatever.

    管他呢

  • He was very cautious.

    他非常謹慎。

  • He was methodically like to playing like to make sure you were prepared.

    他有條不紊地喜歡玩喜歡,以確保你有準備。

  • When you think when you think about your younger time in life in the younger age, would you describe yourself more of your mom's child on your dad's child?

    當你在年輕的時候想到自己年輕時的生活,你會不會把自己更多的描述成媽媽的孩子對爸爸的孩子?

  • More moms?

    更多的媽媽?

  • It was all green lights.

    都是綠燈。

  • It was It was like life was one big shoeless summer.

    這就像生活是一個大的無鞋的夏天。

  • Um, you know, it was It was go all the time.

    嗯,你知道,這是 它是去所有的時間。

  • No introspection, don't Even we weren't even allowed to watch TV or take time to read a book.

    不自省,不要連我們連看電視都不允許,也不允許抽時間看書。

  • It was just Go, go, go, go, go!

    只是走,走,走,走,走,走!

  • Um, and so we learned a lot of resilience in that my mom gave us all that resilience.

    嗯,所以我們學到了很多的彈性 在我的媽媽給我們所有的彈性。

  • You get up, you dust yourself off.

    你起來,你把自己的灰塵擦掉。

  • You carry on.

    你繼續。

  • What I learned later on, I guess around 18 years old is that if you get up and dust yourself off every single time without looking at why you fell down.

    後來,我大概在18歲左右學到的是,如果你每次站起來撣撣身上的灰塵,而不看自己為什麼會摔倒。

  • You become a repeat offender.

    你會成為一個慣犯。

  • Okay, so sometimes we got to get up and go.

    好吧,所以有時我們得站起來走。

  • Hang on.

    等一下

  • I'm not before I dust myself and move on, which is what my mom always taught us.

    在我灰頭土臉,繼續前行之前,我是不會的,這是我媽媽經常教導我們的。

  • I gotta stop.

    我得停下來

  • Look back at that damn pothole.

    回頭看看那個該死的坑洞。

  • I keep stepping in on.

    我一直在踩著。

  • Wonder why I keep stepping in the damn thing.

    不知道為什麼我老是踩到那該死的東西。

  • So next time I come around the bend, I could not get or jump over, which is the form of creating a yellow light for yourself.

    所以下一次來拐彎的時候,我不能得到或者跳過去,這就是給自己製造黃燈的形式。

  • Have a little introspection to look back.

    有一點檢討,回頭看看。

  • So that happened to me.

    所以,這事發生在我身上。

  • I got a little more introspective when I got about 18.

    我到了18歲左右,就變得內斂了一些。

  • 19, probably that year in Australia that I spent the exchange student gave me that with the Dooley's with the Dooley's that you'll have to read the book to know what I'm talking about.

    19、大概是在澳洲的那一年,我在澳洲度過的交換生給我說,與杜麗的與杜麗的,你要看書才知道我在說什麼。

  • But it was the Dooley's.

    但那是杜利家的人

  • I remember that.

    我記得。

  • I remember that.

    我記得。

  • I remember a whole bunch of people laughing at you later on because they knew what they were like, but they didn't tell you about it.

    我記得後來有一大堆人嘲笑你,因為他們知道自己是什麼樣的人,但他們沒有告訴你。

  • But we'll get into all of that.

    但我們將進入所有這些。

  • It's must as must read everybody and you gotta go get the book.

    這是必須的,因為每個人都必須閱讀,你必須去得到這本書。

  • You gotta go get the book.

    你得去拿書

  • Green lights.

    綠燈。

  • I want to transition to the world of sports in this regard.

    我想就此向體育界轉型。

  • Matthew, when you look at today's sports landscape and we have this discussion about things that are inspiring the green lights that exists in all of our lives but yellow and red lights as well as you look at today's sports world, what do you believe?

    馬修,當你看看今天的體育環境,我們有這個討論的事情,是激發我們所有生活中存在的綠燈,但黃燈和紅燈以及你看看今天的體育世界,你相信什麼?

  • It provokes or evokes toe folks out here in the world today when you look at the sports world as it is presently constructed?

    當你審視體育界目前的構造時,它激起或喚起了當今世界上的腳趾人?

  • Well, look, sports is a great lesson for all of us and how to get along.

    好了,看,體育是我們大家的一大功課,如何相處。

  • I mean, you know, I don't you gotta You gotta certain understood rules to the game before two teams to individuals meet you come to the tundra, whatever that is.

    我的意思是,你知道,我不... ...你必須一定了解遊戲規則 之前,兩個團隊和個人見面 你來到苔原,不管那是什麼。

  • The court, the course, the field, the pool, whatever it is, you got it.

    球場、球場、球場、泳池,不管是什麼,你都能找到。

  • You have an understanding of the rules.

    你對規則有所瞭解。

  • Now you get out there and you battle it out.

    現在,你出去,你就會戰鬥了。

  • You have resistance.

    你有抵抗力。

  • You have You have grand plans of what will be nothing but a green light.

    你有你的宏偉計劃,除了綠燈,什麼都沒有。

  • You run into resistance.

    你遇到了阻力。

  • The opposition is trying to stop you from getting what you're doing.

    對方是想阻止你得到你要做的事情。

  • You fight like hell.

    你打得很凶

  • It's bloody.

    這是血。

  • It's a battle.

    這是一場戰鬥。

  • It's a rodeo.

    這是一個競技場。

  • You're trying to get your eight seconds on the bull at the end of the game after you just actually hated each other on the field.

    你想在比賽結束後,在球場上真正恨上對方的八秒牛。

  • You come together, you shake a hand and you on.

    你走到一起,你握手,你就上。

  • So it's actually a great example of healthy tribalism.

    所以這其實是一個健康部落主義的好例子。

  • Yeah, you have tribes.

    是的,你有部落。

  • You have percent of the stadium on one side, 5% on the other.

    你一邊是%,另一邊是5%,峍。

  • But you come together, you battle over game and after you go damn good game.

    但你走到一起,你在遊戲中戰鬥,之後你去該死的好遊戲。

  • I'm get you next time and you come back for another battle.

    下次我抓到你,你再來一戰。

  • That's something that that we, the whole people can learn that we need to learn.

    這是我們,全民族都可以學習的東西,我們需要學習。

  • We could learn from sports.

    我們可以向體育學習。

  • I've learned a lot of my job from preparation, uh, from in sports just to my own job of acting.

    我從準備工作中學到了很多東西,呃,從在體育界只是到我自己的演藝工作。

  • Um, you can't just hop.

    嗯,你不能只是跳。

  • I'm an expert because I say I am in today's society tries to tell some of us we can just do that.

    我是一個專家,因為我說我是在今天的社會試圖告訴我們一些人,我們可以只是做。

  • Well, I'm an expert.

    好吧,我是一個專家。

  • If I say yeah, try that behind the three point line or try to try to stop it up there and say so.

    如果我說是的,在三分線後試試,或者嘗試著在上面嘗試著阻止它,並說這樣做。

  • I said.

    我說。

  • I could make it.

    我可以做到這一點。

  • No, no, no.

    不,不,不。

  • It takes a lot of work in preparation.

    這需要大量的準備工作。

  • You see great people, great athletes that the work they're bought off to get it.

    你看到偉大的人,偉大的運動員,他們的工作,他們買斷得到它。

  • But I think it's a great lesson that people can look at again about how, ah, healthy tribalism, where people can actually come together.

    但我認為這是一個很好的教訓,人們可以重新審視如何,啊,健康的部落主義,人們其實可以走到一起。

  • You battle it out on the day that you come together and you shake a hand at the end of the night, you say, See you tomorrow.

    你們戰役在一起的那天,你們在晚上握手的時候,你們說,明天見。

  • Let me go directly to your alma mater, the University of Texas.

    讓我直接去你的母校,德州大學。

  • They got a new football coach, Steve Sarkeesian.

    他們有了一個新的橄欖球教練,Steve Sarkeesian.

  • Last time we show him the last time we saw him, he was the offensive coordinator for Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide, averaging over 47 points per game.

    最後一次我們展示了他,他是尼克-薩班的阿拉巴馬深紅潮的進攻協調員,平均每場比賽超過47分。

  • How do you feel about him as your new coach?

    你覺得他作為你的新教練怎麼樣?

  • Well, look, I feel good and I feel hopeful.

    嗯,你看,我感覺很好,我覺得有希望。

  • Um, he's obviously did great work is no see in Alabama, Um, he's now stepping into the H C, which is the same, but more on a different job that he had.

    嗯,他顯然做了偉大的工作是沒有看到在阿拉巴馬州,嗯,他現在步入H C,這是相同的,但更多的是在不同的工作,他有。

  • Then look at the University of Texas.

    再看看德州大學。

  • Uh, we've got Thio.

    呃,我們已經得到了Thio.

  • You gotta understand and embrace the awesome scrutiny that comes with the stage here as players and his coaches.

    你要理解並接受這裡的舞臺帶來的令人敬畏的監督,作為球員和他的教練。

  • The stage University of Texas is like no other, Um, so in that way, because it's like no other.

    德克薩斯大學的舞臺是獨一無二的,嗯,所以在這種方式,因為它是獨一無二的。

  • You actually are an underdog at UT now who can shine on that stage?

    其實你現在在UT是一個弱者,誰能在這個舞臺上發光?

  • Um, I want him to bring.

    嗯,我想讓他帶。

  • He's got an underdog mentality.

    他有一種弱者的心態。

  • He's got his own retribution story.

    他有自己的報應故事。

  • He's got his own redemption story.

    他有自己的救贖故事。

  • Well, let's parley and parcel that into are becoming, um of who who are football program is right now.

    好了,讓我們的包裹和包裹到正在成為, 嗯誰是誰的足球程序是現在。

  • We want we want bad acts with character.

    我們要我們要有個性的壞行為。

  • Um, let's see.

    嗯,讓我們來看看。

  • I've yet to meet him.

    我還沒有見過他。

  • I'm gonna give him a call, actually, here, maybe this afternoon to catch up with him because I want right about some things.

    我要給他打個電話,實際上,在這裡,也許今天下午就能和他見面,因為我想知道一些事情的真相。

  • But you got You know, you get handed the keys thio to the Ferrari University of Texas.

    但你... ...你知道,你會得到手的鑰匙Thio到德克薩斯的法拉利大學。

  • So when you you know, you gotta remember that when you were driving to get to this position, you were grinding.

    所以當你... ...你要記住,當你開車到這個位置時,你是在磨練。

  • You were breaking late turns don't start breaking early.

    你是打破晚輪不要開始打破早。

  • Now let's get it on.

    現在讓我們開始吧。

  • Let's roll.

    我們走吧

  • Before I let you get on out of here, let me transition basketball from football.

    在我讓你離開這裡之前,讓我把籃球從足球中過渡出來。

  • Shaka Smart, Texas 11 and two, ranked fourth in the nation.

    沙卡-斯馬特,德州11選2,排名全美第四。

  • How are you feeling about that?

    你覺得怎麼樣?

  • Last?

    最後一個?

  • I mean, we see a lot of footage of you standing on the sidelines with team telling them to get up, push each other chance for each other.

    我的意思是,我們看到很多鏡頭,你站在場邊和球隊一起告訴他們,讓他們站起來,互相推舉對方的機會。

  • We see that now they ranked fourth in the nation.

    我們看到,現在他們在全國排名第四。

  • How you feeling about the right now?

    你對現在的感覺如何?

  • Right about that, you know?

    沒錯,你知道嗎?

  • And you know, Shaka is more than more than a great coach.

    而且你知道,沙卡不僅僅是一個偉大的教練。

  • He's a He's a great man.

    他是一個... 他是一個偉大的人。

  • And he's, you know, it looks like Now start to see the outcome of some of this culture that he's been teaching these young men about how you play on the court and off the court in life.

    而他,你知道,它看起來像現在開始 看到這種文化的一些結果 他一直在教這些年輕人 關於你如何發揮在球場上和球場外的生活。

  • Um, you know, I Seymour Seymour dog in the team.

    嗯,你知道,我西摩西摩狗在隊裡。

  • I love to see that, uh, Seymour dog and shock on the sidelines.

    我喜歡看那個,呃,西摩狗和震驚在一旁。

  • So growing his hair back Uh huh.

    所以,把他的頭髮長回來 嗯哼。

  • Oh, they're looking good, and they're young, but yet they still have.

    哦,他們看起來很好,他們很年輕,但他們仍然有。

  • They still have senior leadership.

    他們還有高層領導。

  • Uh, they're looking good on the court, man.

    呃,他們在球場上看起來不錯,夥計。

  • They had They had a tough loss against, checked the other day, came back and took took care of Kansas State.

    他們有他們有一個艱難的損失對,檢查的一天,回來並採取了堪薩斯州的照顧。

  • After that, um, we got a tough conference, but we I like the way we look.

    之後,嗯,我們得到了一個艱難的會議, 但我們我喜歡的方式,我們的樣子。

  • And I'm really happy for shocking the program.

    而我真的很高興,因為震驚了這個項目。

  • I got news for you.

    我有消息要告訴你

  • They're looking very good, but they're not looking as good as green lights.

    它們看起來非常好,但它們不如綠燈好看。

  • Your Your book.

    你的書。

  • A Number one New York Times bestseller.

    紐約時報》暢銷書第一名。

  • Thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

    感謝您在YouTube上觀看ESPN的體育直播和優質內容。

  • Subscribe to ESPN, plus.

    訂閱ESPN,加。

It's interesting because I'm listening to you talking.

這很有趣,因為我在聽你說話。

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