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for iowa fans, rising to number 3 last week was hung and even after a loss, the hawkses are still in the top five. they dropped from 5th to 3rd. maryland jumped up to 4. iowa state moved up a spot after getting a split of kansas and texas a&m last week. back to the hawkeyes, they beat northwestern yesterday. that's tied with indiana for first in the big 10. iowa will play on february 11th. but the hawks aren't looking at one game or team. they want sustained discuss. >> happy but never content. when you get content where where you're at, you start losing yourself. i think we need to keep a level head and keep having discuss. >> you don't want to look back
you've got to be honest with yourself and hold each other accountable. they share the ball and they believe in each other. >> you've seen wins over iowa, okay okay, and kansas -- oklahoma and kansas. morris was named one of the top ten finalist. he was 7th in the nation in assists and has scored in double figures in 19 games this season. >> football star made his college decision monday. he will join teammates at iowa as a preferred walk on. he was a first team all state
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you'll find the newscast.this depressed. he killed two people. he's going to location. what is your location. >> here's one of the doctors now. >> saul. >> hello. >> who is thihi >> i'm a psychiatrist, who is this. >> this is district attorney marcia clark. where are you? we have a warrant for this man's arrest. now, doctor, as i am sure you are aware there are laws related to the aiding and abetting of a fugitive, if you are not aware of these laws let me make them clear to you right now. >> i'm not going to jail for this. >> apologize, do you have a pen? i'll give you the address. we're in encino. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: it's getting incredible reviews. it's getting incredible reviews. what was shapiro? was he actually the smartest guy
to hire the smartest guys in the room? >> i think he knew how to hire the smartest guys in the room. i think he was shrewd, and let's say aweidation, and i think that mixture alloweddim to-- i think some lawyers, their ability is to choose well experts in other areas. >> stephen: he seems like a ringmastener that scene. >> exactly. and i think he was to a greater or lesser degree. >> stephen: courtney, why do you think johnnie cochran took this case? was he doing this for personal glory? was this personal for him, trying vindicate an african american who is accused of somethingar so often african americans were falsely accused in his mind? >> i think he got-- initially, he wasn't going to do it. his wife was the one, i think, as you-- that's one of the things that is revealed. that's one of the beauties of doing this project is that you start to-- you see all wonderful things that you didn't know about before.
these kinds of cases. leonard debtwieler, and others like him who were really abused by the l.a.p.d., and he would step in and help and try to vindicate these people. so this was a case, though he thought he couldn't win so, he wasn't going to do it. but his wife said, "i think you better take another look at this case." and so he did. and i think he really went into it trying to make sure that, you know, all the things that happened-- emmitt till and all the other thingses, rosa parks, martin luther king-- all the things where people didn't have a voice, he thought i'm going to step in for them. and that's who i think african americans were celebrating at the verdict was not o.j. simpson, was johnnie cochran and the injustices of past. >> stephen: i'm surprised it story. i'm looking forward to it and
>> you're welcome. >> john travolta and courtney b. simpson: american crime story" pretears tomorrow at 10 p.m. on fx. we'll be right bk. >> stephen: john travolta and courney b. vance. "the people v. o.j. simpson: woman: i'll never remember all the projects, presentations, or meetings i gave up my nights for. (music's drums intensify) but days like this, i'll never forget. get out there, in the 2016 ford escape. be unstoppable. this is my fight song take back my life song (music) moderate to severe crohn's disease is tough, but i've managed. except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. and when i finally told my doctor, he said humira is for adults like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. and that in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief.
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i love listening to you, too. >> stephen: hey, kermit, you you ever wonder why we're here? >> i think it's because y yr people reached out to my agent? i'm pretty sure about that. you know. >> stephen: hey, cermt the frog? >> yes, stephen the person? >> stephen: if you had a time machine and could go back, what would you tell your childhood self? >> i would say, "just wait. you're going to love it when you grow your legging." >> stephen: oh, yeah. >> yeah. >> stephen: i bet that really comesaise surprise. >> pretty tough when your tail falls off. >> stephen: kermit, do you mind if i ask you something man to frog? >> sure, sure. >> stephen: do you think it's truly better to give than to receive? >> yeah, unless it's a highh five, and then everybody wins. you know what i'm saying. give me one. give me one. you're going to have to hit me, pal. ( laughter ) how's that?
( applause ) yeah. >> stephen: what's the-- what's the biggest number you can think of? >> oh, hmmm, 8. >> stephen: just-- just 8? >> well, listen, pal you haven't seen it in person. it's huge. ( laughter ) hey, stephen, what's your biggest regret? >> stephen: oh, that's not inventing suitcase wheels. >> i know, right, right. >> stephen: it was right in front of us the whole time. why were we dragging them? i don'tt understand. could have made a lot of money. >> yup. >> stephen: a lot of green. >> a couple of wheels. hey, listen, stephen, do you ever think about how statistically, of course, we are breathing the very same air molecules that albert einstein bounce breathed? >> stephen: i was wondering what that sll was. >> yeah, yeah.
it's just like an old dusty book or something. >> stephen: oh, yeah, yeah. >> stephen: hey, kerm. >> yeah, steve-a-rimo. >> stephen: what is the sound of one hand clapping? >> well, i figure it's something like this... you know? ( laughter ) >> i can't hear you over your hand. i can't-- you've got-- >> sorry. yeah, yeah, good point. hey, stephen, what is it that makes you, you? >> stephen: oh, i think it's makeup. >> oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. ( laughter ) >> stephen: hey, kermit? >> yeah, buddy. >> stephen: do you think money hope not. you're talking to a guy who doesn't have any pockets? laugh. >> stephen: or might i point out, pants. >> true,rue. yup, something like that. if you don't mind, i'll just... ( clears throat )
how many roads must a man walk down before you can call him a man? >> stephen: oh, that's simple-- to get to the other side. >> oh! that's profound. wow. >> stephen: kermit? >> yup. >> stephen: what's your biggest regret? >> oh, signing up for high school biology class. >> stephen: wow. oooh. >> yeah. ( applause ). 4> tough. yeah. makes meantime to cross my legs again. >> stephen: yeah, yeah. >> yeah, it's tough. ( laughter ). >> stephen: kermit, do you think we have free will, or is there soueone controlling our every movement? >> gee, um, i guess i never thought about it? hey, stephen. >> stephen: yeah, kermit? >> do you ever feel like we're being watched?
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music throughout ( band plang ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. welcome back. my next guest is a harvard business school psychologist and author who introduced the world to the power of the wonder woman pose. please welcome amy cuddy. ( applause ) >> stephen: okay, as i s sd, you're awe harvard business school psychologist. and look at you power posing at me. hold on. you just blew me back. let me join you. so thank you for being here?
how are you? what's going on? i'm perfectly at ease with you being here and being powerful. so you have a new book. it's called "presence." and "bringing your boldest self to your biggest challenges." but a lot of people know you from that's things calald power poses. what's a power pose? >> so if you won first place in a race, and you crossed the finish line, wha would do you with your body? >> stephen: wooooo! ( applause ) and then i would go straight to the hospital because i don't run a lot. >> that's a power pose. so power poses are postures that we adopt when we feel really confident and powerful. so we expand. we take up a lot of spairks just like other animals do. and wonder woman, great example. this one, victory, great example. >> stephen: how about man spreading? man spreading is that a power pose?
and i have gotten a couple nasty e-mails from people in the world ying, "thanks a lot for man spreading." i don't think i spread that. i think it was out there before. >> stephen: i wouldn't >> definitely not. >> stephen: over 30 million people have watched your ted talk on the power of body language. >> yes. >> the second most-watched ted talk of all time. what's the first, do you know? ( cheers and applause ) >> thank you. >> stephen: what's the first one? let's trash talk that first one for a second. >> i would never trash talk the first one. it's by sir ken robinson, and it's on education and -- >> blah, blah, blah, blah, bla all right. you'reumber one. let's push her over the top. go to ted talk and watch it. it sounds like what you're saying is that, you know, that wooo! is from i won. but ifif just go wooo! i'll feel like i won whether i did or not. >> you probably heard when you smile it can make you feel happy?
( laughtht ) it makes me feel happy. >> stephen: i hadn't heard that, i hadn't heard that. >> with your eyes, too? >> stephen: really. can smiling really make you happy? >> it can also make you seem creepy. >> stephen: that's the part that makes me happy. ( cheers and applause ) so, i mean, are we talking, like, mind-body connection here? >> actually, we're talking body-mind connection. >> sphen: s the body goes first. >> sometimes. we know that our expressions are reflecting what we feel, but it's also true that what we feel is reflecting what we're doing with our body s. >> stephen: you can teach me some somake me feel a certain way? >> i could, but let me just tell that you it's more important for us to just sit up straight. there aren't many tqmes when we need to use these very powerful postures. and thth amazing thing is just sitting up straight, having your
has an effect on your mood and-- ( laughter ). >> stephen: hello. how are you? >> and on-- and on how you perform. but the big thing is that-- ( laughter ) now you feel good. now i feel better. >> stephen: i'm a little bitit lower. >> thank you, you're trying to put me at ease. >> stephen: it's the power. >> exactly. >> stephen: i'm sitting up straight. >> so what happens is that when people go into those strtrsful situations, they tend to make themselves tiny, like a-- you know, a terrified animal. exactly, exactly. wrap yourself up. now touch your face. ( lalahter ) toucucyour face. >> stephen: so tell me about your book. >> like this, like this. >> stephen: like this? >> so when we go into these stressful situations, even though the only really risk is that we'll be socially astrasides, which is a big risk. >> stephen: sure! >> but our bodies go into this really powerless, frightened
not. bad. we might not get the job or get the role or do well on the tests but we're not going to be pounced on by a tyinger and taken by the neck. so it's-- it's-- we're over-reacting and going into this total fightr flight mode that we don't really need to be in to deal well in thehe situations. >> stephen: let's say i were hosting a live show after the super bo on sunday night. and i need a boost confidence before iid it, what pose would you suggest they take before i do the show that night? >> will this be other humans present? >> stephen: if you cal these people human, yeah. ( applause ). >> don't takak the-- we could practice some. >> stephen: i think we have time for one good one right now. >> sit, lean back. i want the feet up on the desk. >> stephen: feet up on the desk, yeah. >> cross the ankle s.
okay, sure. >> now lean bark hands behind your head, there you go. a little bit further back. >> steteen: a little bit further back. >> there you go. >> stephen: there you go, there you go. >> look off into the dance. >> stephen: huh. >> lookff into the distance. that's it, you got it. >> stephen: amy, you ever wonder why we're here? amy cuddy's book "presence" is out now. wouldn't. there was a giant made by men. not from flesh and bone. but t icks and mortar, paper and ink. its eyes couldn't see. its heart couldn't beat. it was tooooig to fail. and too big to succeed.
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