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John Mosley | Average To Savage EP120

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This is the one hundred and twentieth episode of the Average to Savage podcast featuring Netflix's Last Chance U star Coach John Mosley Jr. of East Los Angeles College. Paul Guarino talked with John Mosley discussing his time on Last Chance U, his 20 years of basketball coaching experience, and his best moments as a coach.

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This podcast interview with Coach John Mosley was originally recorded on March 25, 2021

This is the average to savage podcastwith Paul Guerrino. Everyone in anyone, athletes, celebsand much more. What's up, everybody? I'm back for another episode of theaverage savage podcast. Our special guest today is Coach John Mosley. John.How's it going? It's going well, man. Everything's good. Um, you know, justbusy. Couple of weeks, man. Overwhelming response from the show.Yeah. Yeah, for sure. Let's go back in time. A little bit. Um, like, take methrough how you know Netflix or last chance you, Greg, um, like how theyreach out to for in the first place. You know what it was? It was a coldcall, man, and I kind of barely had heard of the show, and I kind of sawglimpses of it on Netflix. But, you know, when your basketballcoach, uh, you don't have much time. So I didn't I watched a few of thoseepisodes of the previous show, and they reached out to me, and I'm like,there's no way I'm doing that, You know? I'm not exposing myself like that andputting myself out there. Uh, but then when they explain what the show wasgoing to be, about and it said It's just really a mirror of you And I said,Well, I don't know if I want a mirror of me out there. Uh, you know, a fewpeople, there's a couple of people, So my athletic director says, Man, you gotto do it would be great for the school, uh, and everything. You know, he's afootball coach as well. And then once we decided to do it, he says, Oh, Iwould have never done it. No, but, uh but, uh, he he said, So I thought itwould be good. And then good friend of mine, another junior college coachreached out. I was chatting with him and I said, Hey, man, I think this ismaybe a possibility to do He said, Oh, man, you got to do it You know, he wasa believer, like myself, uh, coaches. His name is, uh, Coach Brewer. And sohe says, Yeah, man, you got to do it. Uh, I'm like, uh, you got to show themhow we mentor these young men and how you live out your faith through theshow. And I'm like, I don't know if they don't allow that to happen, Andthen finally. So I called my pastor up, and I said, Hey, uh, what do you thinkof this? I'm just I just know he's gonna say, Oh, no, we don't want to doanything like that. Kind of put ourselves out there like that or exposeourselves. And to my surprise, he says, No, you gotta do it. You've got toshare what you do and how you impact live. So I think that's how it cameabout. I kinda agreed to it and kind of shaking in my boots a little bitthrough the whole process. But the last chance you people, man, they phenomenalproduction how they put it together. So the content, uh, was exactly what itwas. It was authentic, man. Uh, and so we were glad that that was able to Thatstory was able to be told. Yeah, yeah. I mean, it was awesome was definitelyone of my favorite seasons. Um, And then what about, like, just when theyfirst got there and things like that? Like, what was it like to just havecameras around you all the time? You know what, uh, share with others? Ijust feel like, uh, you know, in terms of my faith that I got cameras on methe whole time, So I want to live out who we are, and I live out who I am,not only when people are around, you know, trying to be authentic, but whenpeople aren't around just being authentic. So I just figured I mightjust be myself the same as I am if the doors are closed or the doors are open.And I think I led the charge with that and our players kind of followed suit.They saw a coach. Most is not any different. He still turned up. He'sstill got a lot of energy. Uh, you know the way that I am. I just lived it outand try to stage anything in terms of family at church or anything like that.So I think that's what made it resonated with a lot of people that itwas authentic. And I think the players follow the same. They just said, Hey,it's the same. And you know what, man? Social media man, it's It's crazy howwe got Everybody's on the camera now, so everybody's got themselves out there.Everybody's got a YouTube channel or Instagram live or all that stuff. Uh,Twitter. Uh, so it became normal after one or two shoots, you know? Yeah. Yeah,for sure. I mean, so I've been watching the series since the beginning, andit's crazy how? Because I remember at...

...first they didn't even have socialmedia for the actual show. And now it's like a whole Brandon. And like withyour season, you know, they came out with the soundtrack with all all thefamous rappers and stuff like that. So that's why it's, like crazy, just likethe evolution of the whole show. Absolutely. And then I think that Imean, I think it looks like the basketball ones, and I don't know itmight be bigger than the football because, like, it's got a lot of buzz.You know what the beauty of basketball is? You have the expressions you havethe you can see all the emotions that they're going through. Uh, and thebasketball has been endeared, as you know, a kind of a Hollywood sport.Anyway, you know, it's a little more flashy. Um, so it has its advantages,you know? I love the rawness of football. But basketball has itsadvantages as well. In terms of you can see everything that's going on. You cansee the disappointment. You can see all that with with with with the basketballprogram, you can hear it's a little bit more intimate. When because it's closer,everybody's there. Everybody is closer to the court. Uh, so there's a lot ofinteraction that's going on, which it showed it made, made it compelling.Yeah. Yeah, for sure. Now, going into into your coaching career, how longhave you been coaching? And then I know you've been at, um, East Los Angelesfor eight years, right? Yeah. So this is in my ninth year. Uh, but yeah. So,a little over 20 years, maybe 21. 22 can't count since 19. Yeah. Shoot, man.Time flies. I guess 1998 has started. Uh, coaching. Wow. I'm getting old.Okay. Yeah, like I didn't I don't know if it's I don't know if I miss it inthe show. I didn't realize you were there that long at the college. Um so,like, what was it been like? Just like just the past eight years of like thegrowth or or anything there. Yeah, well, you know, everyone was I kind of took abreak from the 40 year level, and I was like, You know, I'll do this just to bea head coach, because previously I had been an assistant coach at theUniversities. I said, I'll be a head coach. Let me try it out. It wasn'treally paying much at the time. And, uh, you know, I'm competitive and I wantedto win. The only way you can really help these kids move on is if you showthem how to win in life and kind of win in every aspect. Get them to the fouryear level, the best way to get them to the four year level. That was my solepurpose. The first year everybody was saying, Hey, just have a respectableprogram, you know, traditionally, it wasn't a superpower house, So I, uh,you know, I said Okay, I just want to get these guys to the next level. Andbecause of that, that compassion of wanting to see him do so well and makeit to the next level and get that for your, uh, scholarship. Um, it kind ofdrove the individuals, and then it built some momentum because, you know,and I just think if you care, that's where the momentum comes. And then weattract, you know, players. And now the thing is built up to we, you know, notjust the power in Southern California or the state, but now in the country,you know, our players assault off, sought after all over the country and,uh, were, you know, now Netflix put us on a not just national but worldwide,uh, spotlight. So the evolution has been amazing, Not short of giving Godall the glory for for for how we've gotten here about just going into the,like, coaching, like, how is recruiting process like, just changed over theyears to Yeah. So we are from the beginning. Uh, it was a little toughand really selling and marketing the program, letting them know that wereally care. I think that's the biggest thing when students know that youreally invested in their lives and you understand what's going in their livesand they know you care. Um and then to see the results were able to share withnew student athletes like, Hey, look at the results of what we've done and wecare about you. And I think that's drawn a lot of student athletes here.Some of the best players all over the country. Uh, not just in in SouthernCalifornia. And now with the show, Uh, it's kind of blowing up out ofproportion. I mean, thousands of emails...

...of Hey, I want to come to L. I can play.Hey, Coach, you know, you know what's tough man is I'm reading through emailsand I really try to read through. I probably have reading read throughevery email Me. I'm talking about thousands. Even if I just skim throughthem and a lot of them, it feels like, you know, I guess they feel like theyknow me the way that, uh, are communicating through email. It's notjust a random email. I used to get random emails like, Hey, here's myprofile. I would love to connect with you about basketball, uh, and playingthere now it's like, Hey, coach, what's up? Hey, I remember in this episode yousaid this. That's me all day long. Hey, I'll see you next week. I want to comedown and visit, you know, or something. I want to be there. I'll be there nextyear, you know? So that's kind of how it is now, which is a good thing, whichI can talk to each and every one of them. But it's just thousands. I wishthere was a way I can do it. Yeah, for sure. That's what I was going to ask.How would your emails looking like recruiting? Loaded, Loaded. So, um, wehave people that are helping me a little bit get through some of it. Butfor the most part, I don't I think they asked me. They said, Hey, you mightwant to take down your email address and I'm thinking like I'm used toattend of emails like, Oh, I get tons of emails all the time, but I didn'trealize it was gonna be, like, 10 times the amount of emails. You know, usuallyI'm getting several emails from the school, several emails from thedistrict, and then my boss And then, you know, people from the outside. Andbut this is, you know, I'm usually 30 to 40 emails a day on a normal, so I'mlike, Hey, I'm used to that. But now it's up to, you know, several 100 a day.Uh, and I initially was like, No, I'll be fine. I'm good to go. I'm coach.Mostly I can handle it. And now it's just like, you know what? I kind ofopened up the can of worm, but I got it up there now, so I guess I'll leave it.Um, it hasn't died down yet, but I'll figure it out. I got a plan. Now I sayokay. At 10. 30 to 11. At 10. 30 or 11 o'clock at night. That's when I sayOkay, let me go through all and try to respond to what I can respond to andforward emails. So that's my plan. I figure out a schedule how to handlethat? Yeah, And then going into just like the last season and then obviouslyending because of the coronavirus. And that's why I like just, um, watching itto like, because there wasn't really because I kind of felt like it wascoming, but I didn't know. But I think there wasn't no dates on the on thescreen, so I was, like, kinda confused. Like when did they film this and thingslike that? So, uh, like, what were you? I know you. You guys got shut down,like, pretty late, right after, like, all the big conferences got shut down.So, like you were anticipating the player, Well, the whole country gotshut down. I don't I don't want to spoil what happened, but we we all gotshut down. Everybody had some level of disappointment. Every single, uh, sportthat was playing in the spring has some level of disappointment, man. And wewere no short of that. So, uh, yeah, I mean, just getting through that andstill trying to get through that right now. I mean, they haven't opened thedoors here in Southern California. Southern California is the toughest. Uh,so that that may be the only thing I'm enjoying. Everything else. But that maybe the most frustrating part of my life right now is the impact that I'venormally had on all of these young men's life. And there are able to getthrough and kind of have control over helping dictate direct them. I have no,uh, engagement with them at all. And it's been a year, so that that part hasbeen tough. And, you know, it's been a little disappointing that we're lookingfor leadership to help us engage the students. And it's been tough withleadership. Whatever level of leadership is is, you know, uh, thatthat has the decision making power to say, Hey, let's at least let themengage. I mean, I haven't been able to see him in a year, so that's that'spretty frustrating. Now it's over a year. It was March 11th when I lastseen him. Yeah, yeah. So you you guys didn't have a season right this year? So right now, we still haven't gottenin. There's talks of still putting something together, but right now, westill haven't been able to kind of put it together. Uh, so it's a littlelittle disappointing, but at this point...

...for sure, is it so, like, what arethose do do like the students, like the players now like, do they have, like,what are their options for, like, eligibility and things like that? Well,uh, there are several rules that are in place. All that's still up in the air,rather the you know, the N C. Double A will honor. Given that students at thecommunity college a year back we have that at the N C. Double A. But theywell, they honor the years of the community college students. So all thatstuff is still in the air. Uh, there's a lot of things that we got to filterthrough. I really none of that stuff really matters. I'm just trying to seethem. If I could just see them to kind of help them with their mental health,uh, and motivation and that that would be good enough for me right now. Uh,we're not trying to not be safe. I understand there's parameters aboutbeing safe. I just want to see him, and I want to engage them, so, you know,they're at home. So the young man you've seen on on screen on the lastchance you show, you know, we bring in new young men just like that. They'reall have issues and and they're they're at a loss right now, not being able toengage with them. So that's what I'm looking forward to. That's first. Andthen we'll figure everything else after that. Yeah, Yeah, for sure. Now I gotto ask. I know. Probably a lot of people are asking, Um, like, have yougotten any, like offers to to go to, like, a D one program? Well, you knowwhat? That that's always been on the table. Uh, it has, you know, it has tobe the right fit, but I'd have to go somewhere where I can do exactly whatI'm doing here in terms of having an impact. And sometimes it's just alittle different. Uh, you know, I'm able to have a little bit more freedomto be with my family as well. I'm able to be for me a little more authentic.Not that you can't do it at those levels. Those guys have figured it out.But for me, I could do it a little bit better at this level. Have a little bitmore control where I can I have time to actually sit with young men more timethan you may get. Uh, you know that I had when I was at the next level, uh,to really sit and spend time. So, uh, those guys do a great job, But for me,uh, I would have to They didn't have to be laid out. I'm not going to reallypursue it like that, but it really has to be laid out that Hey, you couldreally you know, of course, more income. And you can really do exactly whatyou've done at the next level. And it's not compromising my family as well. So,uh, I love what I'm doing. I don't, uh I love I'm flattered by opportunitiesand offers and all that, but it really has to fit. Yeah. Yeah, for sure. Andthen, like, how does it How does it make you feel? Just seeing, you know,your players going d one just for example, Just like, you know, Joe wenta long beach and Sean that, uh, Sacramento C yeah. Yeah. And then, uh,but just in general, though, Like, how is it to see your players? Let's go Done. Well, you know what? In the show, a lot of the commentary everything wasfocused on us trying to win and get to the state championship. But you knowwhat, man? What's most important me, I get the most satisfaction of seeingthose guys where I could just, you know, this is the first year that I'm notcoaching and I'm able to watch games of my former players. You know, sometimesif they're out of state there, there are these games at these weird hoursthat I can't catch. You know they'll be like at three o'clock in the afternoonbecause they're playing on, you know, some channel ESPN three or something,and I can't see it on the app, and I was able to watch a little bit. Man,that just warms my heart to see those guys. And I'm not talking about theguys just this year, but years in the past, to be able to see that to me,that's what that's what gets me most fired up and excited. That's what I'mpressing for. That's what I'm urging these guys to do. And in the midst ofthat, you want to win games, uh, to put them on a better platform to say, Hey,this guy helped us win this amount of games. He's a winner. This is why youshould take them and that's the Gold Man is to get these guys out. And Ilove that that, uh, that that happened, and even down to the end, forget theshow, man. It was a fighter struggle, battling, getting these guys throughacademically, Uh, you know, things that...

...that the cameras, uh, they don't catchthe fight all the way to the end, and then it will reward. And it's not, uh,if I'm selfish, I tell when I recruit people. Hey, if I'm selfish, theselfish part of me needs to see you playing at the next level. Then I cansay, Hey, look and how I help this young man. So that would be yourself.It's not. I think I want enough man coach of the year five times in a rowlike you know what? It's it's it's seeing those guys move to the nextlevel. That that's what gives them the most satisfying, the most satisfaction.Yeah, yeah, give me some stats. How many? How many players have you had?Got D one and then, like any NBA players, so no NBA players? I have several guysthat are playing professionally in other countries. Uh, as a head coach,you're talking about my 20 year span. I mean, yeah, there's there's tons ofguys, Uh, but, you know, several guys playing overseas professionally. Um,but I don't know, man. I don't have that number of my hip. My assistantcoach, you know, Coach Hunter. He keeps those stats because he has a list. Heshows the guys when we recruited. But for me, man, I don't keep that. I justwant to see him go and get their degrees and, you know, have familiesand and have great lives And having a career like me, you know, I got acareer in basketball. It's not that I wanted you to have a career inbasketball, but just have a career. And to be able to see you come from from aplace where you didn't think you were going to you know where? You didn'tthink you were gonna make it out or or I want. I tell the guys I want you tobe in a better place than you thought you ever would be. And what does thatlook like for you? I don't know. And when I see that and the guys areexcited, they're like Coach, I got this career. I got my family, I got married.I'm going to guys weddings that that that's what I get most excited about. Gotcha. And what about what advice doyou have for, like, a young coach trying to trying to make it? You know what I would say, man? ReallyFind someone that's some good pedigree to get under and learn, man. That'swhat I had. My mentor, unfortunately, just passed last, Uh, so that was Yeah,January 2020. And, you know, hey, he was in the hospital and nobody knewwhat was going on, so we know what that was. But he was in the seventies, andhe he was on a respirator, so I won't mention what that was, but we didn'tknow what was going on, but he he passed. And that was my mentor. Uh, and I think I learned a lot. He had hismentor was John Wooden. And so he was under John Wooden. I learned so muchbecause with my little wisdom, uh, I learned so much about what's importantand what it takes to win and have success, and then learn about loyaltyand being under good coaches and good people. So be under good people andthen also be under, uh, if you've got a chance to just learn, you're not gonnaget paid, you know, book you money right away. Just go learn under somegreat people and great men. And I think that's important. And I had theopportunity to have that, and I think that's where it comes from. The successI'm having is because I was under, uh, some good man and what's crazy as Ilearned how to how to run a program and have good people. I learned aboutstaffing and and so the guys that are with me on my staff. Phenomenal man. Ifyou see the coaching staff, how we click and we get along, all that stuffis important. What it means when you learn from successful coaches, theylearned it's not just the like. I keep saying it's not just the Xs and OS.It's, you know, apart is easy. It's it's, uh, you know, the relationshipsyou have with administration, the support staff you have. All thosethings are important. Those are things that I learned. It's not just jumpingout there and saying I got this great play to run. Um, there's this stuff offthe court that matters. Probably 90% of having a successful program versus the10% on the court. So I got you. And then, um I know the last last chance ufootball was in, uh, Lainey in Oakland. Did you get to connect with the coachbeam out there? Oh, man, I was man. I was, like, trying to figure out Hey,man, please give me advice. Uh, man,...

Coach Bean was phenomenal, man. Mostpeople would be like, Well, you're on your own. Coach Bean was phenomenal. Istill text coach Beam or talk to him. I said, Hey, man, this is coming up. Whatshould I do? He said, yeah, I was waiting for you to call me Johnny. Hecalls me Johnny. So, uh, yeah, Coach, be Betty calls me Johnny. How you doing,Johnny? He called me the day after it came out. I said, Oh, my goodness. Hesaid I told you, get ready. And so he's he coached. Beam is phenomenal, man. Heneeds to be the last chance. You mentor of coaches, like mentoring us all onhow to get through this thing. So, uh, he was great, man. And he did a greatjob with that, uh, with that deal, man. And and, uh, that was a great show forme leading up to me. You know, what's interesting is I I think that that showwas done. And while I didn't see it while we were filming so it hadn't comeout, We we did our film. It just came out. You know, in the summer, we were,you know, we were filming, so I hadn't seen it, but he helped guide me throughsome of that stuff. So it was good. Yeah, that's awesome. So did you. Haveyou gotten the chance to watch it or you don't want to watch yourself? I did. I have had a chance to watch it.I watched it earlier. I think it was important so that I can answer as manyquestions as I could to kind of take a look. And my family, My wife, they were,You know, I actually got a sneak peek a little bit early. So, uh, you know, Igot a chance to tease a few friends, like Hey, man, March champ, when itcomes out. Oh, this scene. You gotta watch it. They were like, Tell me. I'mlike, Nah, you got to just watch it. So, uh, yeah, I got a chance to watch it.Uh, it's just surreal, man to kind of see himself, uh, you know, play out ontelevision, man. And then they maybe look a lot better than than I thought Iwas at the person, you know, because the music man, I mean, I tell you, themusic was phenomenal. That was my best part. Everybody. What's your favorite?I said, the man, the music Because the music ties into just, uh, the emotionsof what's going on. And then it kind of had a little bit of my flavor. You gotsome oldies in there, and I'm like, and then you got California music, SouthernCalifornia music. And then you've got some gospel. That's what I'm about. Imean, they're just tied into everything. And then you got the kids. What? WhatTheir area is, You know, it's so Hey, man, Hats off to them, man. They shouldwin or whatever. Whatever awards the top award is for the show, it shouldhappen. Yeah, for sure. What about I saw? Um, there's a collab shoe withSteph Curry. How did how did that come about? And what did you get to meetSteph Curry so reached out, man. Apparently he gave the go ahead to tomake the shoe for last chance. You It kind of embodied that underdogmentality, man. So, uh, yeah, man, the you know, because I remember talkingabout I think they caught it like, uh, like, hey, every this shot matters. Youknow what I'm saying? You know, it's not just Oh, because I can shoot it.Let me shoot it. No, it matters, man. That one shot can be the shot thatchanges your your whole light. So life, So every shot counts is is I think theyeven threw that on the shoes. So, uh so, yeah, man, it was That was great. And Iwas kind of humbled by that as well, Like, man, they made a shoe for the forthe show. You know, I got a pair, so I think there's only three pair, I thinkSteph warm. I got a pair and I think they got one bear out there thatsomebody can get. Somebody can win that shoot. You know, I think you go to thelast chance you page man, hop on that page and you can get a shoe that youcan find it somewhere. You I think you can win them or something like that. So,uh, he's sweet. Yeah. Yeah, definitely. All right. You ready for some funquestions? Sure. What's your What's your favorite song right now? Who? That's tough, man. Uhh! Uh, man, I'm so old. He's driven. Yougot favorites. You know what? I don't really I'm like a guy. Like I hear theall the songs that are popular Now I hear them like, a year later and I'mlike, Oh, that's those are great. I...

...really dig into gospel That gives memotivated man. I usually do praise and worship to make sure my mind is focusedon what my goal is. And that's to make sure I I set a good example when Iplease God with all of my actions. So I'm just digging in the gospel. I can'tsay a song. I don't want to screw it up because I probably wouldn't get thename, the right name of the song or the right artist. I just know it's ringingin my head or something like that. So I can't say specifically, man. But I'lltell you what I dig in, I make sure I do that when I do my devotions in themorning so that I go And my approach to life is is, uh, you know, is makingsure that I'm focused for today. Yeah, for sure. What about, like, who is,like, the craziest person that reach out to you? Like famous or likecelebrity athletes? Man. So we've heard from just on the instagram lives theShaquille O'Neal's, uh, so many people have in the Twitter account. I can'tEven I was on with, like, we got a radio show host out here, big boy. Youknow, he was 92.3, so we were on the instagram. Laughed. He was like, Coach,what? Set up? Okay, I gotta stop cursing. I gotta stop cursing now. So,uh, I can't even I mean the emails that I've gotten from some college coachesthat I've across the country, some private, encouraging emails. It's beena lot. Uh, but to my surprise, I really didn't. I thought it would be just likea like the last chance you culture. You know, that would hit us up. But it'sbeyond that, and that's been amazing. people that have reached out. Um, Ithink we've touched the people and the faith community. So faith is my faithis important to me in that community has reached out the NBA basketballcommunity. We've seen tweets. I mean, it was like that. Excellent, Tobias. Iwas kind of tweeting back and forth with that Tobias Harris and severalpeople in that regard. Uh, you know, I don't take the time to to spend and gothrough all of them, but yeah, What about? I know you're a humble guy, butis there any, like, dream interview? Have that, Like, you want to get onsomebody's show? Uh, you know, a great man is Uh huh.Someone So I like like Oprah. You know what I'm saying? Like she had. It'ssomething like that, you know? You know, just something like, I don't know,something like that. Um, Stephen a Smith. Or, you know, something likethat. Just just to kind of help continue to empower the community andand the and the cause of this somebody who's for who always advocates positive,uh, reinforcement and lives of others. Um, that any show like that, I'd behappy to be beyond any of those for sure. Last one. What do you like to doin your free time? Kids? Man, My family. I invested mykids a lot. So this pandemic Although I'm frustrated and I'm kind of almosttwo anger that I haven't seen my students in a year is giving me a lotof time with my my my kids. I mean, my daughter I got a daughter who's manthat changed. They're getting older. She just turned 13. I got another oneturning 15 this weekend. I've been in one place on ball, one place,basketball there. My son been able to invest in him with basketball. And Isaid, You know what? My kids got a lot better. Uh, and you know, my hashtag ishashtag I am not paying for college, so it looks like they're on their way, andI think this year helped me give them some tools to help them get themselvesbetter. They kind of learned how to how to invest in themselves and they learnhow to work. You know, you got that's That's something you have to teach themto because going out and just playing or really teaching them how to developtheir craft is something that I was able to teach all three of them, and Ithought invested in that and then family and spending time with my wife.I mean, we she's a teacher, man. We...

...zoom in and this really got five peoplezooming all day, and she's like, Shut up. I'm talking to my class and I'mlike, Well, I'm doing this. I'm talking to my class. And so, you know, you gotone in the garage, zoom in, and I've won in the bedroom and one, you know,it's it's all over the place. So that that's been that's been great. And forthe past time right now. So spending time with family, uh, I really don'thave much time for anything else And how social media is taking all my timeup, you know? Never. Yeah, Yeah, that's awesome. Well, I appreciate you comingon. And could you let the listeners know where they can follow you onsocial media? Yeah. John Moseley Jr J o h N M o s l E y. So you spell Mosley Mo S L E y. A lot of people make the mistake m l s e l e y. Which is the wayyou can spell it too. But it's M O S L e Y Junior Seau, Jonny Moseley JrThat's my Twitter. And then Coach John Mosley underscore the lack. Alright,Again. Appreciate it. Uh, again. Sorry about that. Appreciate it, Coach. Um,yeah. I'll definitely I'll be tweeted out and sharing it, and I'll be showingyou Absolutely Thanks, Paul.

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