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February 16, 2024 6:13 am

After Hours with Amy Lawrence Hour 1

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February 16, 2024 6:13 am

HOUR 1: Iowa’s Caitlin Clark breaks the D-1 women’s college basketball scoring record. Amy also gives an update on the shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs parade.


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2024 Santa Fe, available early 2024. This is After Hours with Amy Lawrence. Happy almost Friday. Ooh, what a week. I've run into a few colleagues and co-workers who are still feeling the impact of Super Bowl week. I thought that would make me a little soft, honestly, if I said I was still feeling the impact of Super Bowl week, but it is a lot between the travel and the double shifts and the shows and the guests and the extra production and everything else.

And I'll be anxious for the weekend. And it's the weekend that starts the true off season, right? If you are an NFL fan, you may feel a void.

You're a football fan in general. Well, if you're a college fan, you've been feeling a void now for over a month. But if you're an NFL junkie, or really if you just got into watching it during the playoffs, it now goes into its winter hiatus. Sorta.

Sorta. There's always news. Somehow the NFL manages to stay relevant even when there's a whole lot of nothing going on and we're six months away from games. And unfortunately, the reason people are talking about the NFL over the last 36 hours is because of the shooting at the Chiefs victory parade. And we've got the latest coming up with the Kansas City police chief to follow up on a show that I didn't know we would do last night, spending 75% of after hours on what happened in Kansas City and the fallout, the impacts.

A lot of you just wanting to talk about it and weigh in. Thankfully, the real good news is that more than half of those people who were in the hospital this time last night have been released. And it's my understanding that all of the kids have been. I can go back and confirm that, but I believe I heard that from a report on scene at Union Station that all the kiddos have now been released from the hospital. And we knew 24 hours ago they were expected to survive and their injuries are not life threatening. Doesn't mean they aren't mentally and emotionally shaken and will have to process. Imagine there's still a lot of fear, but it is good to know they have the chance to move forward and process. I'm thinking of the woman's family who lost her life. Her name is Lisa.

She was a DJ who just got caught in crossfire. Not sure what's worse, a targeted attack on revelers who are celebrating another Super Bowl win. Or a bunch of guys who get into a dispute and end up not only killing one, but injuring nearly two dozen others.

Not caring at all that these were families and there were kiddos around. And actually, according to the police chief, the two men, or I should say young men, they've detained now. They did have three.

One has been released. The other two are both underage. They're both juveniles. They're kids too. It just makes this whole thing even more heartbreaking. Just a couple of kids.

Why in the world do they have guns? I don't know if we'll ever get that answer. So we'll let you hear from Stacey Graves, the Kansas City Police Chief, as well as one member of the Chiefs offensive line who has a neat story, but also shares his emotions in the wake of what happened at the Super Bowl parade. We're just a few hours away from Friday. Hits After Hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio.

You can find me on Twitter, ALawRadio, and also on our Facebook page, After Hours with Amy Lawrence. Coming up, Klay Thompson makes a statement, one that he desperately needed on the court, but also one off the court as the Warriors and the rest of the NBA is ready to hit the All-Star break. Duck Rivers and the Milwaukee Bucks are not super competent since he took over, and I'm not saying it's his fault.

I'm a huge fan of Duck Rivers. I really am, but they're three and seven since he took over as the Bucks head coach for the fired Adrian Griffin. They are backpedaling. You're going the wrong way.

They're going the wrong way. I don't actually believe in karma, but if I did, I would say this is karma for the Milwaukee Bucks ownership and front office who decided that it would be okay to fire Adrian Griffin despite him having led the team to 30 wins. Do you know what they've had since he was let go?

Five. They were 30 and 13. Now they're 35 and 21, and they're below 500 on the road. So if the whole point of firing Griffin was to get them closer to their potential, help them to realize this dream of winning another championship to capitalize on this window. If the whole point was to get them on the right path toward the NBA Finals, well, it was the wrong one. At least right now. There's still a long way to go. If I just gave you their record, they played 56 games, so they have 26.

They have 46 remaining. Oh, no. Sorry. My brain. Spaghetti plate brain.

Always go with your first answer. They have 26 remaining. Look on Ryan's face. I had it the first time.

I don't know why I changed it. Ryan is in for producer J for not just tonight, but three shows next week. Two shows next week. Five shows. Five shows next week.

Yes. He's out all of next week. He is. I can't keep tabs on him. So producer J, the last I knew, was just boarding a plane to Costa Rica with his family.

I did not realize he was out all next week. Well, yay. Ryan and I will produce some good content, but that's news to me. So thank you for letting me know.

And also thank you for working on the show. It's nice to have some consistency as opposed to a bunch of different people filling in. And these are some of the shows that I really enjoy.

I know people think I'm nuts, right? But some of the shows in the dead of summer, some of the shows where there aren't as many compelling events. I don't mean storylines because sports never stop. There's always something going on in sports. For instance, Rob Manfred drops a bombshell on Thursday.

Tiger Woods tees off in a PGA Tour event for the first time since last year's Masters. You'll hear from him. We've got a lot on our plates, even from the NFL, where all of a sudden it's this trend, and maybe it's mandated by the league. I don't know.

I'd have to find out. But it's become a trend that coordinators now have their own introductory press conferences. Have you noticed that? It used to be that it was head coaches. Coaches and general managers.

Now, because we are an all-access league, and because we're an all-access society, and because the NFL and its teams want to capitalize on the headlines, and of course because we as fans want to hear from these coordinators, especially when they're higher profile, now there are introductory press conferences for coordinators. And it just dawned on me. Maybe they were in the past and we just never talked about them. Maybe nobody ever covered them.

Maybe it wasn't a big enough deal. But this is what I mean about the NFL. We are just days away from the start of the combine, which will serve as another convention of sorts. And in the meantime, while all the head coaches have been introduced, now we're running through coordinators. So Mike Zimmer, Cliff Kingsbury resurfaces. I thought he was still in Thailand. Cliff, I'm just kidding. I knew he wasn't. But he did say he was going to Thailand. He wasn't interested in coaching any football this time last year.

And so we've got coordinators plus some news on one quarterback job in the NFL. As I say, it's never dull. There's no such thing as boring in sports.

Not if you know where to look and not if you understand the annual calendar. However, when there are fewer events, so this weekend is All-Star weekend in the NBA, which you'll have to forgive me. I do not like All-Star games. The only one I watch is Major League Baseball.

That's it. It's the only one that even resembles an actual game. So I'm not big into it. I'll watch the three-point contest because it features Steph and Sabrina Ionescu, and that should be fun.

I think there'll be a lot of buzz around that. But for the most part, I'm not big into the All-Star festivities. But there's time to be creative, which I enjoy. There's time to kind of walk the scenic route, if you will. Check out the scenery. See the sights in sports as opposed to being locked in to NFL nonstop.

And so we'll have a little more time to do that. A lot of you have posted on our Facebook page or found me on Twitter to talk about Kaitlyn Clark this season. This is another example of, I would say, a growing sport similar to soccer, probably. Though with women's basketball, you could ask the majority of sports fans. They'd probably be able to talk about UConn, maybe about Tennessee, maybe could name a couple of other major programs.

South Carolina lately because of Dawn Staley. And they might even be able to name a few of the best women's basketball players in history. But it's become more common now because, similar to boys basketball and then men's college basketball, players are groomed so much earlier now. There's travel teams and there are ways that younger athletes can play year round.

Now, I know there's a debate about whether or not that's good for kiddos, but the programs that are available for young people are so much more sophisticated and organized now than they ever were when I played, for instance. And so you've got young people who are groomed and who are prepared and who are light years ahead of some of their forerunners or the frontrunners in their particular sports. And in women's college basketball, as it continues to grow, and part of that is because UConn raised the bar, UConn and Tennessee raising the bar to the point where if you didn't increase your effort and you didn't come up with better recruits and you didn't pour money and resources into your program, you were never going to be able to compete. In South Carolina, Duke, as I talked about, there are some incredible programs around the country now that can compete with the best of the best and that have expanded the upper echelon in the sport.

And as that's happened, you've seen the rise of more and more superstars. Kaitlyn Clark has been a household name for several years now because her game is so incredible to watch, because there isn't any part of her game that is a weakness, at least not at this level in college, but also because she is one of those players that can light it up from really anywhere. Half court, the logo, she can stop and pop, she can pour in a three on the move, she can sidestep, she can go sideways. I mean, there's so many different ways that she can score, and she's got eye-popping numbers from her time at Iowa. She loves being there, she loves the fans, and as we've gone deeper and deeper into this college basketball season, the NCAA all-time scoring record has become really just a foregone conclusion, as long as she stayed healthy, which she did.

Now, you may have seen, or you may have been following her progression, and she had a tough night on the road earlier this week. But back home in Iowa City, as the Hawkeyes had a full house and a raucous crowd, she was just eight points away from claiming that women's basketball scoring record all to herself. Philia gets in the paint, pull-up, short jumper, no, long rebound, dug up by Gabby Marshall, scoops a pass to Clark, logo three, got it.

Twenty-two is now number one. Kaitlin Clark is the NCAA's all-time scoring leader in women's basketball history. Congratulations to Kaitlin Clark, that's Rob Brooks on Learfield IMG, and so she needed just eight points to get by Washington's Kelsey Plum, who's one of my favorite women's basketball players right now, she's in the WNBA.

Plum only held that record until, well, for a handful of years. She set it in 17, and now Clark has eclipsed it, and she wasn't done, by the way, she got the record, but she also set a new Iowa scoring record with 49 points. It was her fourth career game going over 45, and then throw in 13 assists, and you kind of get the idea. And if you've never seen her play, she is involved in pretty much every aspect of Iowa's game.

So the single game scoring record, 49 points, she's now up to 3,569 in her career, and she still has time. Something else about her is that she's a senior, and she wanted to be in school, she wanted to stay in Iowa, she wanted to be able to kind of finish what the Hawkeyes started last year. She's, I remember her in the NCAA tournament when they got eliminated, she was crushed because she felt like they had so much more they could have done and so much more to do, and that's been her goal. So as much as the focus is on her shooting from the logo, and now owning the NCAA women's basketball scoring record, and that's true, she is fiercely competitive and she wants to win. And once they get to the NCAA tournament, I'm glad that the record is behind her, because the focus will be on winning a title.

It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. She already had that record by halftime and did an interview with NBC Sports on Breaking the Record. You know it's cool, it's cool to be in the same realm of a lot of really, really good players. I'm lucky to do it because I have really good teammates, really good coaches, and a great support system that surrounds me, but we need to play better defense. So at halftime, as much as she gets just completely caught up with the motion of the crowd, if you haven't seen it, it's mayhem of a different sort inside their arena.

It is really neat. I know there were conspiracy theories indicating that she played poorly in the second half of their last game on purpose, missing threes on purpose so that she could set the record at home. That's dumb. True competitors don't lose on purpose.

It goes against everything that she is about, but also goes against everything that the game is about. And bigger picture, Iowa wants to win a title and challenge for a title. And so it's dumb to think that, but they were back home and the arena was just jammed. And it was loud and you could hear it and see it, really, if you were paying attention to the game.

It's awesome, that wave of emotion and the electricity on this historic night. And she's got a great pro career ahead of her, again, as long as she stays healthy. But it's really neat to know that this girl who grew up playing basketball, who goes to Iowa, not one of the higher profile schools, at least at this point in college hoops, has got this incredible dream that she's realized. Never stop dreaming because you can achieve way more than you ever thought. And, you know, I get to live that every single day. And I still keep dreaming.

And I'm 22 years old, so never stop. She's a great inspiration. She's a lot of fun. She took time after the game was over and she'd had the 49 points to sign autographs and to sign memorabilia for kiddos. I saw her out there.

She got actually carried on the shoulders of her teammates with the game ball. And, yeah, this is really high profile for Iowa, but also such a neat story for her because of how focused she is and how gracious she is. The relationship she has with her head coach, Lisa Bluder, that came into focus and into the spotlight a little more last year. Again, because she has never wanted to leave. She grew up in the state.

She played high school basketball in the state. And she loves being there. And they love her. So we'll hear more from Kaitlyn Clark coming up. She's got a great sense of humor. And she also had a plan, if you will, for how she wanted to break this scoring record. Only needing 8 points. Instead, she pours in 49.

So Kaitlyn Clark is the queen now. On Twitter, A Law Radio. On our Facebook page, After Hours with Amy Lawrence. Happy almost Friday. Thanks so much for hanging out with us here on CBS Sports Radio.

You are listening to the After Hours Podcast. Well, I thought about doing it a couple of possessions earlier, but I was a little tired, so I needed to catch my breath a little bit. But, yeah, I think I kind of stepped back to my left a little bit and was able to get it off and went in and celebrated. And I honestly thought Coach Bluder was going to call the time out before I had to go play defense. But she didn't, so I had to go play defense. This is After Hours with Amy Lawrence. Coach Bluder did not call the time out instantly so that Kaitlyn Clark could revel in the moment and take a chance to listen to the crowd, who was showering her with praise and serenading her. There were chants of Kaitlyn Clark inside the arena.

Nah, go back and play defense. It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. Thanks so much for hanging out with us.

You can find me on Twitter, A Law Radio, and then also on our Facebook page, named after the show. When you have an opportunity, I hope that you will check out our YouTube channel. I know a lot of you have already seen it, but you've got a brand new montage video from behind the scenes in Las Vegas. So After Hours, going to Las Vegas, I told you it was my first time there. Tried to take in as much as possible. It was a lot of work.

There was a lot of work. But between Jay's videos and my photos and our interviews, a lot of which you heard here on the show, or maybe you went and caught the podcast, but we had such a great reaction from our trip to Vegas that we wanted to give you a little extra. And so he put together a montage, including a video I had not seen. He was filming from the window of his plane as he was taking off from Vegas on Friday afternoon.

So I stayed and Bob and I took a red eye home on Saturday night after doing some hiking and some exploring at Lake Mead National Park. But Jay left in broad daylight. And so he was taking a great video. You can see the sphere so clearly. It's really cool.

I hadn't even seen it until I watched the video. And he put together some music with some of your suggestions, I believe, for our Vegas vibes. And so it was fun to go back and relive it, but also to give you an opportunity to see what it looked like there on Radio Row, and also to see Vegas through our eyes. We did do a fair amount of running around. And that includes on Friday going to the Mob Museum if you want to see some of the sights from inside the Mob Museum, as well as the photos that I took on Friday from the Bellagio with the fountains. And I'm trying to think what else we did. Oh, also went on a gondola ride at the Venetian. And did, oh, Cirque du Soleil at Treasure Island.

We saw Mystere. And so there's a bunch of different photos in there that came from my phone, but also Jay's videos. And it's easy to find us on YouTube. Lots of new subscribers, which makes Jay really happy since that's what he wants for his birthday. It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS Sports Radio.

Our phone number 855-212-4227. Kaitlyn Clark doesn't just set the new NCAA women's basketball scoring record. She blows it away.

She sets a new Iowa single game scoring record with 49 points. And she says she knew it was going to be a good night, right? She knew going in.

Maybe she just had the feel. Honestly, like warming up, like my shot just felt good. So I knew it was going to be kind of one of those nights.

And kind of played with a little bit more pep in my step. And I knew that's what this team needed after coming off of a loss. And just lucky, like my teammates, I'm just so thankful. They let me be me and I wouldn't be where I am if it wasn't for them.

So, yeah, just really thankful. Bigger picture. Iowa has lost three games all season and is likely to end up as one of the top seeds for the upcoming NCAA tournament. We asked you earlier this week, what's your next big thing in sports? And so many of you pointed to March Madness, which is awesome.

Both men's and women's side. And so they lost earlier this week, just their third time all season. They're 12-2 in conference and are ranked number 4 in the country right now.

And this is how you respond after a loss. Though, again, as she pointed out in her halftime interview, didn't love the defense that they were playing. She set the record in the first quarter.

Michigan only managed 22 points in the first quarter and 19 in the second. So, you know, they've got some pretty high standards there. Kelsey Plum held the record since 2017. And they interviewed her or had her on set there at NBC San Diego to talk about Kaitlyn passing her record. Oh, man, I'm super happy for her.

She can have it. And I think it's really cool to see her do it in the fashion that she's doing it, bringing attention to the game. And, you know, I always just try to make sure when people bring it up to me, I always try to make sure that I don't fail to mention, like, hey, she's a human being too, right? So the record's great, but at the end of the day, she's a human being and a person. And we just got to make sure that we show her a ton of love outside of her performance, right? So I think that sometimes we get caught up in the media, no offense, in the media, you know, trying to break these certain records.

But at the end of the day, it will come naturally. She's a baller. She'll be great. I think it's good that they have this record in the rearview mirror, right, before they get to conference tournament or then NCAA tournament, though there is another record that she could own, and that's the all-time women's basketball record, which goes back to the days of the NAIA. It's a different era, quote, unquote.

It's before the NCAA was formed and before they started keeping track. And so she could do that one too, but this was the big one. This is the one that people remark, and logo three is perfect. And the way that she shoots, it's a little bit like a Steph Curry, right? It's like a Sabrina Ionescu. It's a ready, aim, fire, and she can do it off balance. She can do it from any spot on the court. She's got a great smile to go along with. And, yeah, she really does appreciate the fans and how they have lifted her up, but not just her, how they've supported Iowa basketball. I started crying watching that video just because I'm just filled with so much gratitude and love, and the way these fans support women's basketball is so special. I mean, you all knew I was going to shoot a logo three for the record.

Come on now. Of course, because she can. Also had nine triples tonight. She was nine of 18 from beyond the arc, and that ties her career high. Her coach has been able to guide her through this process. I love the relationship they have. And every time Kaitlyn talks about being at Iowa, she talks about Coach Bluder. It was that relationship that drew her to Iowa in the first place, and it's that relationship that really is the centerpiece of the way this team has thrived and has built around Kaitlyn.

So it's not just Kaitlyn. You don't become a championship contender with just one person, not when you get to the upper echelon of college basketball. And so the relationship between the two of them, it's really a hallmark, similar to what you might see in some of the other championship teams that we've talked about lately.

I mean, so much is made of the, I know it's pros, but so much is made of the relationship between Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes and that relationship and how complimentary they are of one another and how well they work together. Well, at the heart of this success and Kaitlyn's story is, of course, her family, but also the relationship she has with her coach, Lisa Bluder. And I can imagine Lisa's running out of things to say about Kaitlyn. Excited about this night just to be a part of it. She's such a special player, and you know something, the University of Iowa is the right place for this to happen.

It absolutely is. You know, this is a place that has supported basketball, women's basketball, for such a long time, and anything can happen here. Adding to the conspiracy theory that Kaitlyn specifically and, I guess, practically chose not to score any points in the second half of their last game so that she could break the record in Iowa City, which is goofy. I get that that's a nice idea, and certainly it's great to be able to do it at home, but there is no way that this young woman, after everything we've seen of her for the last four years, but really in the spotlight the last two years, that she would ever choose to miss shots, systematically just throw up bricks.

Hi, Marco. Hey, I don't think any athlete would ever... No. There is people that, you know, I wanted to do this at home. Yeah, I believe that afterwards or in a perfect world, but in the heat of the moment, no.

No, definitely not. No, because they don't want to lose. They don't want to miss.

They don't like that feeling, so they're not going to do it on purpose. So looking up now, so on one TV we've got highlights, and another TV we've got NFL Network up, and it reminded me, so NFL Network doesn't have the mic'd up shows anymore. They'll get clips of them, but they air on CW, which is interesting. They had a deal with NFL Films or something, so the... Well, that's where Inside the NFL is. Oh, that's right.

Okay, so it's part of that. And so I saw a few of the clips, so obviously the NFL has access to this stuff, and they'll use a few of the clips. We've already heard a few of them, like the coin flip and what happened with Patrick and Fred Warner out at midfield and all that jazz. Anyway, so we've seen a few of them, but as I was watching NFL Total Access on Thursday evening, I realized, oh my gosh, I've got to figure out where the CW is on my cable package. I do not watch CW on a regular basis, so that I could set my DVR, which I did. They're re-airing the whole Super Bowl, mic'd up edition, because I missed it. It came out Tuesday, I think, and I missed it, because I...

The Inside the NFL, or like they actually have the whole... No, it's the whole game mic'd up. Oh, I didn't know that. Yeah, so CW has that right now. So if you check on your DVR or your TV Guide, they'll replay it.

So I believe it's sometime tomorrow or the next day where my DVR is set to record it, so I can watch the whole thing. That's interesting. Yeah, because I'm really interested in hearing. I love that, to be able to see and hear the game through the eyes of these guys. It's always so fascinating, and I think gives us a completely different perspective. We're watching it on TV, or even if you go to the game, you only see what you see. But I've always enjoyed hearing athletes communicate with each other.

I think that's fascinating to know what they're thinking and how they're processing in the moment. Yeah, I didn't realize they did the entire game. Maybe I'm just late for this. I knew Inside the NFL. They'll play bits of it, NFL films. You could find a lot of the mic'd up stuff. I didn't realize that they did it in succession to give the entire game. That's interesting. The whole thing.

They start at the beginning of the Super Bowl, and they work all the way through. And it's a montage. And my husband even said... Right, you're not going to get everything they say. Right, right, right. It's not the whole four hours. This is not unedited, though. This is the whole editor. Yeah, you ain't kidding.

My husband even said to me, are they going to have the Travis Kelce, Andy Reid confrontation? Which is a big story, I think. Now, I haven't seen it yet, so I don't know. I suppose I could Google it. I don't think they do. You don't think so? No, because I haven't seen it, and I actually went specifically looking for it.

Okay, so you did try to find it. I think they're hiding that. Again, it's not that big a deal.

That's just wrong. It's not that big a deal. You know what was said. You could kind of tell. You know what was going on.

Probably have to bleep it out anyway. Well, that's the thing. And I think they just wanted to leave it alone. And this is, you got to remember, this is NFL and NFL films. They don't want to highlight something that doesn't need to be highlighted, if you will. That's embarrassing.

Yeah, well, it just doesn't, it doesn't need to be done in their mind. Now, would we have liked to hear it? Yeah.

But again, all it is, it's going to be bleeped out. Travis Kelce yelling about wanting to be on the field. Right.

Put me out there to make a play. Which we know. It's as simple as that. That's all it was. It's not like he was cursing out at Andy Reid. Also, you know, it was overblown.

And I saw this in, I don't know if I saw it in a headline or I saw it on social. That Patrick Mahomes had this stunned reaction to Fred Warner saying the Niners were going to receive. And even that the, it was a Bill Vinovich, who was, I believe so, who was the head referee, that he was really surprised when Fred said that. All he did was clarify. There was no like, are you kidding me?

Wait, you're going to receive? It wasn't like that at all. I don't think the official cares.

No. Also, I don't think he's allowed to do that. Well, I mean, I think he's smart enough not to, but I don't think he honestly cares. Mahomes, it was a little overblown, but you could see his eyes open wide. Yeah, his eyes did open wide. And he realized quickly not to show too much emotion until he got halfway to the sideline and he kept yelling, they want the ball. They want the ball.

So they all knew. I mean, you can hear, I mean, we've, we've heard enough of it now with Travis Kelce and everybody else who's at the Chiefs. They were stunned that the Niners wanted the ball and they were thrilled that the Niners wanted the ball.

Yeah, absolutely. And the headline that I saw was that the referee actually was so surprised that he asked him to clarify, which that was actually not it. If you looked at the reason where that came out was Travis Kelce on his New Heights podcast. He said that he wasn't even out there.

Right. No, he wasn't. So he wouldn't know.

This is again, this is where we take things and run with it. Travis Kelce just kind of the idea that he, everyone was so surprised. Even the official had a double check. He wasn't even out there. He didn't know. It was just the two of them. Right. They had no idea.

So that, that's where that came from. I don't think that was, you know, in the media, if you will. That's just Travis Kelce on his own podcast, just trying to make a story a little bit bigger than it is. The issue was Kyle Juszczyk though. He didn't even know the rule. Right.

And he wasn't the only one. Eric Armstead say he didn't know the rules either. Which is where this comes down to. You can have a debate. Now, I think it's a silly debate on whether or not you want the football or not. I think it's honestly, I think it's asinine to think that we want the ball third.

The fact that you're thinking about third is really ridiculous in my mind. But it's a debate. But it's a debate. Yeah. I mean, I could debate that part because I don't think that that's how they lost the game. But anyway. Well.

So we're running late. But I will say it's not necessarily the idea that every player should know the rules, which they should. It is an indictment on the coaching staff to not let your players know every situation before they go out there. So they have to know that before they hit the field. Well, maybe the coaches did and the players weren't paying attention.

I find that difficult to believe. Kyle Shanahan said he told the position coaches told the position coaches need. That's deflecting blame of I didn't tell everybody, but I told my coaches to tell them. So if the coaches didn't tell them, it's their fault.

That's Kyle Shanahan trying to deflect. It's not on me. It was on them because I told them the body buck stops with you. It's on you in front of the entire group to let them know and to have a game plan. Chiefs had a game plan.

They all knew it to a man one through fifty three. Your team should have to. All right. Good debate. Good talk on Twitter. A law radio also on our Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence. Let's see, what do I do coming up? I don't have a lot of time.

Why don't we let you hear from the police chief in Kansas City, the latest on not just the victims, but the shooting and why it broke out after the victory parade. When the whole family comes together to watch the game, nobody wants to miss a second of the action to run to the grocery store. With Instacart, you can get all your weekly groceries in as fast as an hour.

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But as we go 24 hours down the road, there's some real good news and then there's some news that just makes my stomach turn. But the authorities in Kansas City are now saying that this had nothing to do with attacking the crowd, nothing to do with targeting these revelers or taking advantage of a huge crowd of people together. Now, it was nothing like that, according to the chief of police, Stacey Graves. First and foremost, I want to stress that preliminary investigative findings have shown there was no nexus to terrorism or homegrown violent extremism. This appeared to be a dispute between several people that ended in gunfire. We have subjects detained, two of which are juveniles. And it should be noted we have recovered several firearms. What I did read and hear from Stacey Graves is that one of the people that they detained or had detained this time last week or last night, excuse me, has already been released.

And so this particular incident is so much about young people. You had 23 victims. One woman who passed away. She was a local deejay. Apparently she was beloved. She worked weddings and other events.

And she was also a mama. And then there were 22 people that were injured, some that were victims of gunshots and others that happened to be caught in the fray and the chaos of people trying to get to safety. Half of those who were injured.

So 11 of the 22 people who were injured were under the age of 16. Thankfully, what we now know is that the children have been released from the hospital. None of them had life threatening injuries, though they certainly have a lot of recovery mentally and emotionally. But they did not end up losing any of the kiddos. There was one victim I read. This is one of the older victims, that generally the injuries that this person sustained would be fatal. And because there were law enforcement on the scene, swarming the scene immediately because there were nearly 900 police officers that were there, because of that, this one particular victim survived, despite the fact that at first blush these injuries generally are not ones that people can recover from. And so the one victim, it's really sad, there's a lot of people mourning her, both colleagues as well as her family and her friends. We'll get a little more coming up later, but one of the offensive linemen for the Chiefs, Trey Smith, he was obviously right there in the center of everything, and we'd heard about Andy Reid comforting a teenager who'd lost his friend and was bloodied because he ran into a fence and a barrier in his attempts to get away.

There was another little boy who was just beside himself trying to hide in the same place that Trey Smith was, and Trey had the chance to speak to him and also give him a gift that really helped. So yeah, nearly a million people in this area, and it's two people or a group of people that get into a dispute and just open fire, and that's what happened. Sucks.

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