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  • The Arizona Cardinals' coaching search continues

    in Football

    The Arizona Cardinals still have no new coach two weeks into their search, and they don't appear to be in a hurry. They are beginning their second round of interviews, with a few names emerging as those of the original nine to move on to the next round. All raise questions moving forward if they get hired. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox go over the candidates whose names have come up. Sit back and enjoy a great hour of Cardinals talk. 

  • MOTS Podcast Episode 156: MOTS Top 5 ATLUTD Moments of 2018

    in Soccer

    We give you the MOTS Top 5 Atlanta United moments from the 2018 championship season!
    You can now be a patron of the podcast! Donate to see us continue doing live shows, giveaways and so much more in the future! Visit patreon.com/motspodcast! Help us be the best MLS podcast by donating to the cause!
    Want to sponsor the podcast? Have a soccer store or club you want to promote via The Mouths of the South boys? Hit us up for advertising opportunities with us! MOTSPodcast@Gmail.com
    Hosts:
    Eric Quintana (@EricGQuintana)
    Josh Bagriansky (@joshb914)
    Sam Franco (@samjfranco)
    Email:
    MOTSPodcast@gmail.com
    Social media:
    Mouths of the South Twitter (@MOTSPodcast)
    Be sure to subscribe to us on Stitcher and/or iTunes to get the podcast on your mobile devices if you’re into that sort of thing. We’d love for everyone to rate us on iTunes and leave us some comments please! #fivestarsplease

  • Cottage Talk Post Match Show: Fulham vs. Huddersfield Town

    in Soccer

    This is our post match show of the 1-0 victory for Fulham against Huddersfield Town. During the show, co-host Yannis Tjanetis analyzed the key moments of this match. We also had a lengthy discussion on the controversial penalty situation with Fulham, and we looked at it from several different angles. This is a super sized episode as we had much to say about this match.
    You can also listen to the show on Friends Of Fulham.

  • PawedCast Episode 150: Orlando City Trades & Transfers and Pride Coach Search

    in Soccer

    We’re a little late this month but the momentous 150th episode of the PawedCast is now available for your listening...well, pleasure might not be the right word, but here it is anyway. We have a ton of stuff to discuss, including about an hour of Orlando CIty trade and transfer rumor talk. Yoshi’s gone and we’re sad about that but life goes on and none of us know what might happen next.
    We touch on some of the other recent MLS happenings since we last spoke to you, including the sad news this week of Sigi Schmid’s passing. We’re also keeping an eye on the Orlando Pride coaching search. There’s not a lot of news but there’s at least a light at the end of the tunnel. Probably. We also discuss the first few weeks of the Orlando SeaWolves’ first MASL seasons.
    Then there’s a good sized mailbag for us to dive into and we do our best to answer your questions about soccer and not soccer. If there’s something you want us to address on our next show, just ask by tweeting it to us @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC.
    Here’s how show No. 150 developed:
    0:12 - Trades! Moves! Transfers! Orlando City has been busy both before and after the arrival of Luiz Muzzi, the club’s new executive vice president of soccer operations.
    1:02:10 - MLS Cup, a coaching departure, and the loss of Sigi Schmid.
    1:06:24 - There’s not a lot of meat here, but we do have a minor update on the Pride’s coaching search.
    1:10:11 - The SeaWolves’ season is underway and former Orlando City players are making an impact. Go see them!
    1:16:15 - Our mailbag questions are numerous but we take them all on.
    We’ll see you in January!

  • Streaking the Lawn Podcast - 12/27/2018 - BELK BOWL! plus basketball scheduling

    in Sports

    The 2018 Belk Bowl features two 7-5 teams: the South Carolina Gamecocks and—everyone's favorite—the Virginia Cavaliers. Caroline and Paul preview the game and recap some of the big happenings around bowl season so far.
    PLUS: with the ACC basketball season starting in just one week, has the out-of-conference schedule prepared UVA for what's coming?

  • Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast: 2018 Syracuse Orange Recap

    in Sports

    John and Dan recap Syracuse football's 2018 Camping World Bowl victory, look at the basketball team's two-game win streak and recap an impressive year of Orange sports overall. There's also beer, of course.

  • GBBLive Podcast: The best and worst of times for the Grizzlies

    in Basketball

    Are you unsure of just how good the Grizzlies may be, Memphis?
    Don't worry - it appears that the Grizzlies aren't sure either.
    On this final episode of GBBLive for the calendar year, Host Joe Mullinax dives in to just who Memphis is as the pag prepares to turn from 2018 to 2019. Joining Joe is Gary Darby, the studio host of Grizzlies Game Night on 92.9 FM ESPN Memphis, and there is plenty to discuss on the podcast this week. The rise and inconsistency of Jaren Jackson Jr., the Grizzlies looking dominant against the Lakers at times and downright awful other times, and tradeable assets heading in to rumor mill season around the NBA are all fair game on this installment of GBBLive, and much more!
    Be sure to follow the show on Twitter @GBBLive and also make sure you are subscribing to the podcast on ITunes so you never miss an episode! 

  • Colchonero Chat 146: Atlético and Real Madrid year-end review

    in Soccer

    Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo) is the chief editor of SB Nation blog Managing Madrid and the guest on this edition of Colchonero Chat. He joins Into the Calderón site manager Jeremy Beren (@JBBeren) to analyze the year that was in the capital.
    Jeremy and Kiyan dissect the good and bad of 2018 for both Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid. The podders discuss the best moments of 2018 for both sides — which one a combined three trophies in seven months — in addition to the current status of Simeone’s and Solari’s teams and reasons to be concerned in the weeks ahead. They ponder possible January transfer activity for both sides and who could leave the Santiago Bernabéu and the Wanda Metropolitano. Finally, they make bold predictions for 2019.
    Catch Kiyan on the Managing Madrid and Churros y Tácticas podcasts wherever you listen, and support Colchonero Chat on Patreon at patreon.com/colchonerochat.

  • Talking Cauley-Stein and the Kings' recent struggles with Richard Ivanowski

    in Sports

    Richard Ivanowski joins Tony Xypteras on the Sactown Royalty Show this week to break down the recent tough stretch for the Sacramento Kings, the difficult Willie Cauley-Stein conversation, and Otto Porter trade speculation. 

  • Are The Clips Back? A Strong Week Shows They Might Be.

    in Basketball

    The Clippers got Lou Williams back after a tough loss against the Blazers, and suddenly, the offense is purring like a kitten again. It's definitely not coincidence, though that purring could not prevent a heartbreaking loss to a simply unfair Warriors team, who, galvanized by their crowd, held the Clippers off to the a tune of a 129-127 victory in Oracle on a Stephen Curry game winner. Still, the Clips have looked promising, this game included. What was predicted to be a blowout schedule loss by the guys was one of the best games of the season, and the Clips and Dubs have traded a couple of nailbiters, something the team has not been able to say in their regular season matchups in quite some time. Is Lou all this team needed? Is Avery Bradley's strong finish to tonight's game erase all of our worries about him. (Spoilers: no.) How happy is Montrezl Harrell to see Lou Williams? How long can Tobias Harris and Danilo Gallinari cook like this? All this and your twitter questions on the Lob, the Jam, the Podcast!

  • Phinsider Radio - Interview with LB Quentin Poling, draft room leak and more

    in Sports

    This week on Phinsider Radio, we talked to Miami Dolphins seventh round draft pick Quentin Poling, linebacker from Ohio University. Poling tells us what it was like on draft weekend waiting for his name to be called. What was it like for him to get a call from the Dolphins? How surprised was he to be picked from the Dolphins? How is he going to approach the NFL playbook compared to the college playbook? What are the Dolphins asking him to study and prepare for this coming season? What was the weirdest question he was asked during the draft process? And finally, what’s the story behind him kissing a Dolphin on his Twitter page?
     
    We also discuss the leak from the Dolphins war room, where Stephen Ross was apparently upset that the Dolphins didn’t trade down from 11 to get more picks. We tell you everything we know about the situation – it’s not as bad as some are making it out to be as it appears to be a game of telephone, but there is something to be worried about. We give the inside information on this and what likely happened in the war room and leading up to the NFL Draft.
    Following up on that, was Minkah Fitzpatrick the right pick or would the Dolphins have had a better draft if they went a different route? We dive into that discussion.
    To wrap up the show, we talk about the appearance of Houtz and Sutton on the 4th and inches podcast, whether or not drinking a beer in the shower is weird, and answer your questions from the Phinsider mailbag.
     
    We’re getting closer to the NFL season – join us as we discuss the latest news around the Miami Dolphins.

  • Villa struggle with Stoke

    in Soccer

    It’s all good for Villa - having turned a disappointing home performance against Stoke City FC into a 2-2 draw and a point.
    They are still unbeaten at home under Dean Smith (but they have come close..) and next up is a visit from Leeds and Marcelo Bielsa, who’ll give it a good go.
    The journey to promotion to continues and James Rushton and Daniel Raza are back with the Aston Villa podcast to discuss Aston Villa’s draw with Stoke City and preview the upcoming match-up with Leeds United.
    There will also be an additional Leeds preview soon where James talks to Leeds fan and football journalist Jon Mackenzie. Look out for that!

  • Lookout Landing Podcast 61: Carlos Santana, Mariners prospects, Yusei Kikuchi

    in Baseball

    This week Kate and John are joined by staff writer Matthew Roberson, who—shameless plug alert!—tells jokes in a stand-up capacity, and will tell them in your general direction if you are so inclined. Just tweet him (@mroberson22) if you’re interested in hearing some jokes.
    0:00 - 6:00: For some reason we spend a lot of time talking about the Utah Jazz, and invent a player named Arvin Harmonica, including giving him player characteristics and a nickname. Sweet cross-stitched croissants, we need pro basketball back in Seattle. We also talk some baseball because apparently this is a baseball podcast, starting with the Jean Segura trade. We remark upon the fact that the entire back end of the 2018 Mariners bullpen is exploded with fire, and try to make the best of it. John is looking forward to seeing promising young arm Joey Gerber rocket through the system; Kate is excited to see Matt Festa and his high socks throw a bunch of relief innings and crossing her fingers Art Warren doesn’t get snatched up in the Rule 5 draft; Matthew is ready to see new-ish Mariner Sam Tuivailala rebound and then summarily get traded, because he apparently hates fun and doesn’t want to see Tui installed as closer with the attendant song Fu-gee-la.
    6:00 - 15:00: Hey, wow, Carlos Santana is a Mariner, as is J.P. Crawford. We discuss what J.P. Crawford might bring to the club, why he might have struggled in Philly, and John reports on what he’s seen from an exhaustive study of J.P. Crawford’s errors.
     

  • Episode 154 | December 19, 2018: A Long December (And November And October)

    in Sports

    You, the loyal PDP fan, have been clamoring for a new episode in recent weeks, so here we are. And it's great to be here to talk about...??????? The Rockies have done nothing but hire a hitting coach and acquire a couple of minor league catchers so far this offseason, so we'll attempt to make some lemonade out of those lemons.
    But really though, what is the plan for this offseason? Will Jeff Bridich finally decide he's ready to trade prospects for established big league talent to fill yawing chasms of productivity in his lineup? Or will he stick with his young guys and maybe -- wait for it -- actually give Bud Black the go-ahead to play them in 2019? They've gotta do something! Plus, what does the Rockies' reluctance to discuss dealing Brendan Rodgers say about Nolan Arenado's possible future in purple pinstripes?
    Plus Larry Walker's Hall of Fame candidacy is finally getting its moment in the spotlight. While Walker might not make it into the Hall this year, his support is skyrocketing. We'll take a look at what that means for his chances going forward.
    It's the 154th episode of the Purple Dinosaur Podcast. Wrap it up and toss it under the tree to be underwhelmed with it come Christmas morn'!

  • Fer Sure - Episode 38: Kaitlyn Dividock

    in Hockey

    Here’s what Peter and Jay have for you this time (all time locations are without the opening ad):
    Seattle Expansion: (00:00 - 9:25) Since we took an extra week off, this is pretty old news, but we wanted to talk a little about the Seattle team and what it means for the rest of the league.
    New IIHF Rule (9:25 - 16:25) The IIHF announced a new rule on late hits. We talk about its merits and if it goes too far.
    Interview: (16:25 - 1:06:58) We talk to Kaitlyn Dividock from Pensburgh about a multitude of topics, from the Pengins mindset as Crosby and Malkin age, to a fact about Gritty that you won’t be able to un-hear.
    Christmas Characters Fantasy Draft: (1:06:58 - End) Jay and pick our starting lineup (plus 1 wildcard pick) of Christmas characters. Then we wrap up.
     
    If you are using a podcast app, you can find both this podcast and WIIM Radio (our podcast devoted to the Red Wings) in the same channel - Winging it in Motown. As of right now, you can’t find it on Google Play, but an app like Stitcher should work if you use an Android device for your podcast listening.
    Here is the link to our merchandise store. You can get Fer Sure t-shirts in a variety of colors and styles, hoodies, notebooks, stickers, and much more.

  • BYB Podcast #32: Non-tenderered is the night

    in Sports

    Ashley and Brandon return to a modest array of Tigers news. The offseason has started with some major moves, but until Patrick Corbin signed with the Nationals, trades rather than free agent signings took the center stage. As for the Tigers, they added Matt Moore for some reason. They then joined the flood of 39 rostered players who were not tendered new contracts on the final day of November, by adding Alex Wilson and James McCann to a seemingly vast pool of cheap, decent MLB caliber players. 
    Matt Moore seems like Blaine Hardy's doppelganger in terms of potential role on the 2019 Tigers. We bid goodbye to Alex Wilson and James McCann and pray their roster spots aren't cleared in vain. Finally Michael Fulmer's surgery was a little more complicated than expected so DO NOT RUSH BACK, MICHAEL FULMER. Thank you. (32:00) We take your listener questions, which largely revolve around the Seattle Mariners for various reasons. (55:35) Finally, we look at an already slow free agent market that was flooded as teams declined to tender contracts to a whopping 39 players. If this offseason plays out like the last, and it seems well on its way, there are going to be hard words spoken.

  • Mid-Major Madness Podcast: The All-SoCon Special

    in College & High School

    The Southern Conference is perhaps the most interesting league in the country this year, so it helps that we have walking SoCon encyclopedia John Hooper on staff. He joins the pod to talk about Furman, Wofford, UNC Greensboro, and more in this special all-SoCon edition of the Mid-Major Madness podcast. We also hear from Jordan Lyons and Bob Richey after Furman's win over Charleston Southern earlier in the week.

  • First Responders Bowl Preview: Boise State vs. Boston College

    in Sports

    Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the First Responders Bowl featuring Boise State and Boston College. The two go over playing a P5 team, pros and cons of each side of the ball and who has an advantage in this game. This also features Brett Rypien's final game as the Broncos starting quarterback.
    This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek.
    Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.

  • Huesca Post-game

    in Soccer

    On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani, Gabe Lezra, and Om Arvind discuss:
    SuperClasico thoughts The woeful offensive stats against Huesca Solari's schematic rigidity Bright spots: Courtois, Bale, and Llorente (with extra Kiyan-monologue-sauce on the laste one) Quick notes from the Melilla match Solari's lack of adjustments Isco's positioning Real Madrid's midfield options next summer Isco's instagram post And more Did you enjoy this podcast? Please give us a 5-star rating on iTunes. Also, please consider supporting us on Patreon: Patreon.com/ManagingMadri

  • The Race to the Bottom

    in Sports

    THIS IS THE OLD PODCAST FEED. Please join us at the new one at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/true-blue-la/id1380573519?mt=2
    The Dodgers are off to their worst 40-game start in 60 years, with little reason to think they will turn their 2018 season around.
     
     

  • Episode 41: Patrick Mahomes' Beyond the Arm, Moving to The Athletic, and Mailbag

    in Football

    The Chief in the North is back! It's time to begin the "Beyond the Arm" series, in which I discuss the traits Patrick Mahomes demonstrates that make me believe he'll succeed in 2018 that DON'T include arm strength. This episode focuses on eye level and pocket presence, two intertwined traits that separate decent quarterbacks from good ones.
    After that, I talk about the move to The Athletic, what we'll be doing there, and what prompted me to move from a place I love so much. It's an exciting time!
    Finally, of course, we close out with a ton of mailbag questions ranging from parental advice to whether I think the running back group will consist of Kareem Hunt and all the Williamses.  
    It's a good week to be a Chiefs fan. 

  • The GABACast, Episode 99: Outback Bowl preview and MORE.

    in College & High School

    Merry Christmas!
    Bowl season is underway, and the podcast has returned from a much-needed winter hiatus (medicore content ain't as easy as it looks, folks). However, the pre-christmas bowls have been, for the large part, well, predictably bad. So, we figured we'd cheer everyone up by starting with some Gameock basketball talk. Okay, that was probably a bad idea. 
    In addition to some very #REALTALK about the current state of affairs for both the men's and the women's basketball programs, the GABACast boys dive into a number of different topics. We roll through winners and losers, wax poetic on the talent gap in college sports today, and still find time to make fun of Baylor. 
     
    From the GABACast to you, we really appreciate everyone that listens to the show, and we wish you and yours a lovely and happy New Year. Oh, and, Go Cocks.
     
     

  • BTPowerhouse Podcast #133 - How Good Is The Big Ten?

    in Basketball

    The BTP podcast returns to chat about the first week of conference play and another weekend of non-conference play, including huge wins for Indiana, Nebraska, and Michigan State.

  • Episode 105: Winter Meetings Preview-ish

    in Sports

    It’s the Winter Meetings! But the boring first day of it. Lots of Indians rumors to go around, we should all love Carlos Carrasco just a little bit more, and the next wave of iteration of Moneyball is here whether we like it or not (we mostly do).
    Topics
    [01:30] - Carlos Carrasco, cherish him [11:30] - Kluber and/or Bauer on the trade block [19:32] - Paul Hoynes has some trade ideas [22:30] - The new Moneyball - good, bad, or both? [40:53] - Your questions

  • 9/20/18: Episode 80 - The *positive* season finale with Roger Munter!

    in Baseball

    Now that we've reached the end of the minor league season, Roger Munter is here to break down the Giants' 2018 and give us a sense of the system as a whole. For the second consecutive season, the entire organization has been populated by losing teams and underperforming players. Is there hope for 2019? This is a POSITIVE PODCAST! Roger has great things to say about the top of the Giants system and so there's plenty of reason to be optimistic about the near and distant future of our favorite baseball team. 
    We also answer a couple of Twitter questions. 
    This is the season finale and next time you hear the podcast, it'll sound different and maybe even have a new host or two. We sought out your feedback for what you'd like to hear in the future and how you'd want us to consider improving the show, but if you missed that initial post, don't hesitate to post your comments down below. 
    Thanks for listening!

  • DPNL - Episode 14 (Marchie)

    in Sports

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  • Green Bay Packers-Chicago Bears preview; Looking at Wisconsin basketball

    in Sports

    We are LIVE from Bierock on Tuesday night, and we break down a ton of topics heading into this weekend. Those include:
    Wisconsin Badgers basketball through 10 games (recorded prior to its Thursday night win over Savannah State) The Milwaukee Bucks and their solid start to the 2018-19 NBA season The Green Bay Packers, now without Mike McCarthy as head coach, awaiting the Chicago Bears on the road.

  • The Air Raid Podcast Episode #153: Previewing Texas Tech Basketball v Duke

    in College & High School

    This week on The Air Raid Podcast Albie and Dylan preview the much anticipated Texas Tech v Duke basketball game. The guys also talk about recruiting season and how Matt Wells is putting this recruting class back together. 

  • The Ironworks - Episode Three - The Day After

    in Soccer

    Catch us on our website: bracethehammer.com
    Subscribe to us on Stitcher and/or iTunes to get the podcast on your mobile devices if you're into that sort of thing. We'd love for everyone to rate us on iTunes and leave us some comments please! #fivestarsplease
    Hosts:
    Jonathan Liebling (@jonnliebs1)
    Charlie Walsh (@KingdomofWHAM)
    Tom Atherton (@athers32)
    Social Media:
    @bracethehammer
    facebook.com/bracethehammer

  • Full Court Press: Episode 1 — Adam Mares

    in Basketball

    In episode one, I sat down with The Stiffs’ EIC, Adam Mares, to discuss his ambitious audio-documentary on Will Barton. Why was Adam compelled to tell Thrill’s story? What did he learn in the process? Will there be a second documentary in the same style?
    Plus, Adam reveals his most embarrassing moment as a media member and gets real with me about his biggest fears.

  • BSD Recruit Report: 10/1/2017 w/ Special Guest Isaiah Mucius

    in Sports

    Ned brings 2018 4* SF commit Isaiah Mucius on the show to talk about his recruitment, the future of Wake Forest basketball, and what he likes to do when he's not on the court.

  • Recapping the Titans week 3 win over the Seahawks

    in Football

    The Titans are off to a 2-1 start. They had a really nice win over the Seattle Seahawks in a game where Richard Sherman should have been ejected. Terry Lambert and Jimmy Morris break down everything that happened in the Titans' win.

  • Could the Big Ten miss the playoff this season?

    in Football

    The Big Ten has sent a team to the playoff both years we’ve had one, and with Michigan getting a ton of preseason love, Ohio State set to promote a zillion four and five stars, and with Michigan State fueled by white hot DISRESPECKT and Malik McDowell, there are multiple candidates to get the conference a playoff bid for the third year in a row.
    But all three of those teams, along with other would-be Big Ten contenders, have significant questions about their roster. Is it possible that this is the year the elite of the Big Ten beat each other up a little bit, and keep the conference out of the playoff? Could the ACC be the first conference to get two teams in the Final Four of college football.
    It’s a possibly, and one worth exploring, so Matt and Colton broke it down in our latest podcast. Other topics in this episode include:
    A quick rundown of the latest in Ohio State, and Michigan, recruiting news (SPOILER: It’s good for Ohio State). Is Michigan a legitimate Big Ten championship contender this season? Who is going to win the Big Ten West? Our predicted order of finish for each division and more!

  • Fish Bites Podcast Episode 11: Tim Healey is back!

    in Baseball

    Mets Newsday beat writer, Tim Healey, joins the show to talk about the Winter Meetings, the JT Realmuto sweepstakes, and the NL East moves. 

  • The HeadQuarters: Episode 77 - A 2017-18 Raptors Eulogy

    in Basketball

    This week Sean Woodley, John Gaudes and Jon Turco eulogize the 2017-18 Raptors, question whether moving on from Dwane Casey would be a wise decision, look at who on the roster could be moved this summer and answer loads of listener questions. This episode is brought to you by Jamaal Magloire. 

  • Nats Nightly... Weekly on the Nationals' shutout losses, rotation, All-Star Game

    in Baseball

    Nats Nightly is back after a week off and a bunch of losses to talk about all things Nationals including the end of the series finale with the Rays and Sergio Romo: Baseball Policeman; the back of the Nats' rotation, the All-Star Game in D.C., and more on our most-weeksly podcast as the Nationals get prepared to play a four-game set with the Philadelphia Phillies in Citizens Bank Park. Who's ready to praise Romo? Who's ready to talk Washington baseball?

  • BCI Radio: FSU Collapse and Looking Forward The Orange

    in Sports

    A tough week to be a Boston College fan as the Eagles went down to Tallahassee and blew a late 4th quarter lead to the Seminoles. Eric and AJ talk about the decision to punt on 4th and 1, the play of Anthony Brown and whether EJ Perry would be an upgrade, and our concerns over the overuse of AJ Dillon. 
    We also talk about the state of the team, and whether the "Fire Daz" crew has legit merit. The hosts also talk about candidates that keep popping up, and whether a guy like Don Brown would really help this program. 
    Finally the talk to turns to the Orange. It's another big game for the Eagles on Saturday as they take on Syracuse at home. QB Eric Dungey is questionable for this game, and because of that BC is a 7.5 point favorite at home. Eric and AJ talk about their reactions to the odds, and how the Orange are going to be a very difficult matchup for the Eagles. 
    It's an action packed show, one that you are not going to want to miss. Make sure to subscribe to BCI Radio on ITunes or whereever you get your podcasts. Go Eagles! 

  • Episode 297: O Captain, Our Captain

    in Baseball

    Welcome back to Amazin’ Avenue Audio, where we salute our superstar.
    First up, Chris McShane and Allison McCague discuss the effective end of David Wright's baseball career. (1:28)
    Next, Steve Sypa goes over how the Mets' affiliates did in 2018. (52:54)
    Finally, Allison McCague checks in on both Brandon Nimmo and Jacob deGrom in one of the final Nimmometer and deGrometer segments of the 2018 season. (1:02:47) 
    As always, you can listen or subscribe to the podcast through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, listen through the embedded player below, or download the podcast directly from Blog Talk Radio.
    You can follow all of our contributors on Twitter: Brian (@BrianNeedsaNap), Allison McCague (@petitePHD), and Steve (@stevesypa).
    And don't forget you can email the show at podcast@amazinavenueaudio.com, and we'll be back next week for another edition of Amazin' Avenue Audio.

  • Predicting the Lions 53-man roster with PFF's Brett Whitefield

    in Football

    The Lions had a horrible start against the Patriots for preseason week 3, and Brett Whitefield from Pro Football Focus comes back on the PODcast to talk about it. Chris, Ryan, Jeremy and Brett break down just how bad the game was for the Lions and what it all means for the season outlook as September looms. The third edition of Impress/Depress examines the best and worst players, and the guys also predict the final 53-man roster for the Detroit Lions, which means saying goodbye to a few offseason favorites. In the mailbag, more updates on Christian Hackenberg (people liked that for some reason), a review saves the PODcast from wrestling talk and Chris Spielman's most unhinged broadcast yet.

  • Ep. 43: Q&A about Jacksonville Jaguars mini camp, breakfast, and more

    in Football

    We're back with a spur-of-the-moment episode about the Jacksonville Jaguars. Why does Doug Marrone keep making fun of Blake Bortles if he didn't draft a quarterback? Why do people want to cut Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns, but want to extend Marqise Lee? What's the game-by-game predictions for the 2017 season? What's our favorite: waffles or pancakes.
    Keep Choppin' Wood is Eric Stoner, @HankJoness, @ryaneatscake, and everything Jacksonville Jaguars.

  • Slingin Quack: Football Awards Show and Mahalo

    in Sports

    Ifo Bomaye and I are back for our last scheduled episode of Addicted To Quack. We are going through the football roster and giving our year-end awards.
    We select our most improved, most under-appreciated, most fun, and breakout player for this year on offense and defense. We also give our prediction for who the breakout player will be next year. This isn’t a standard MVP-type award show where the answer is really obvious and a no-brainer. We take a pretty good look through the roster.
    The next signing day is coming up and we address some of the positions of need and what we hope to see. I have a policy of only mentioning the names of players who have signed letters of intent so you won’t get specific names of players who haven’t committed but are clear commits or are the favorites, just FYI.
    We recorded this pod last week before the weekend’s basketball games. I wasn’t able to get the episode up until the weekend. Ifo Bomaye breaks down the basketball season thus far and we give a quick shoutout to the women’s basketball team.

  • The Hit Show Fenway Special

    in Baseball

    This is a Special Edition of The Hit Show. During the last visit to Fenway Park in Boston, DRB Managing Editor Danny Russell visited the game. While there, he interviewed Jason Collette of The Process Report as well as a number of Rays fans who were in the stands. Enjoy this special episode of The Hit Show!

  • Battle Red Radio LXXXVII: Week Four Preview

    in Sports

    I'm downtrodden and heartbroken. The Texans' season is over. But I still love football. You still love football. So let's talk about football.
    Matt Weston and his buddy old pal Taylor preview four games this week: Patrick Mahomes going to Denver to play the best defense he’s faced in his career, the Dolphins attempting to shock the world and strangle the AFC East, Sunday Night Murder Ball between the Steelers and Ravens, and some Dallas Cowboy sobbing.
    Subscribe on iTunes here so you can download us and let us corrupt your hard drive. While you’re at it, you should write a lovely review and give us the five star rating we deserve. Keep that in mind when you download the episode on iTunes this week.
    Thanks for staying awhile and listening. Enjoy the show while you do whatever it is that you do.

  • Gay college football fan's goal: Visit all 130 major stadiums

    in LGBT

    Chicago-area schoolteacher Andres Bauhs has a goal — to attend a game at all 130 FBS (Division I-A) college football stadiums across the country. At 65 stadiums and counting, he's halfway there. His husband of five years, Olin, travels with him on most weekends, filling the role of dutiful videographer. Bauhs talks about the great traditions of college football but also what being gay means to his travels. "Being gay and tackling this quest has been an awkward experience for me at times," he says. "Certain locations we descend upon make it challenging to perform a simple action like holding hands."

  • Broome and Henschke Discuss Satellite Camps, Commit Watch and More

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    On this edition of the Broome and Henschke Show, hosts Anthony Broome and Joshua Henschke discuss Michigan Softball's NCAA Tournament run and satellite camps with Angelique Chengelis of The Detroit News. Wolverine247's Steve Lorenz also joins in for a Michigan Foolball recruiting update, which includes a new piece to the 2016 class and a possible commitment heading into the weekend. 
    The phone lines are open for any Michigan-related topic throughout the entire show.
    Call-in number: (909) 533-8402
    Be sure to check out Wolverine Sports Radio on Twitter: @GoBlueRadio
    Anthony Broome: @anthonytbroome
    Joshua Henschke: @JoshuaHenschke
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  • AHPKC 2018: Red Friday on ESPNKC

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    Thanks to the generosity of teen sensation Joshua Brisco, your favorite Amateurs were able to host two hours of radio on ESPN Kansas City. Produced by Beards McFly, who also uploaded video of the full two show on the ESPNKC facebook page.
    Hour One: The 2018 Chiefs, an interview with the one and only Nick Wright, and the return of FIVE ON IT Hour Two: Chiefs vs Chargers, an interview with our favorite Chargers fan, Kyle Posey, some reflections on what this experience was like and Ryan's Rapid Fire Chiefs takes.
    Amateur Hour comes correct with unique stats and observations you won't get anywhere else. Donate to the cause at http://www.paypal.me/AHPKC
     

  • Dog Playdate Knicks Podcast: Shouts to Michael Bay

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    Talking about the Knicks' 3-game win streak, how their current success compares to the earlier part of the season, and what may happen in Knicks-Spurs Friday night.

  • How can us Mavericks fans enjoy a team that's bad? (Episode 23)

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    As the Mavericks limp to a 2-11 record, Tim Cato and Austin Ngaruiya talked with Sports Illustrated and Liberty Baller's Jake Fischer about what it's like being a fan and a blogger covering a bad team. We mix in some talk about potential future Maverick Nerlens Noel, who we like in the upcoming draft and how many wins the Mavericks actually could salvage out of this season. Here's Episode 23 of the Mavs Moneyball Podcast.