How Tenet's John David Washington moved from football to acting
John David Washington joins Russell Wilson and Jeff Dye to discuss his rise from a record-setting running back at Morehouse College to the star of Christopher Nolan's new movie, Tenet. Wilson and Washington do their best Denzel impressions and compare how their parents influenced each of their upbringings. Plus, Russell breaks down his Week 1 win against the Atlanta Falcons and looks ahead to facing off against Cam Newton's New England Patriots.
John David Washington is grateful for the trust of directors Spike Lee and Christopher Nolan. (Sept. 3) John Lewis's body was moved from Washington, D.C. to Atlanta, Georgia, Wednesday, July 29, where the late congressman will lie in repose in the state capitol.
————————— Sen. Kamala Harris will become the third woman in history to be a vice-presidential nominee for a major party and the first black woman. NBC News' Dasha Burns looks at how Harris went from prosecutor to vice presidential candidate. Jay Bilas joins Mike Greenberg to discuss the Pac-12 joining the Big Ten in postponing the fall football season due to coronavirus concerns and weighs in on how the NCAA should handle players who want to transfer to play football.