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  • 2018 Cardinals NFL draft defensive preview and David Johnson's guarantee

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    The NFL Draft is just a couple of weeks away and this edition of the podcast focuses on the defensive prospects, as previous episodes have covered the quarterbacks and the rest of the offense. Before hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox talk about the prospects, they discuss the Cardinals bringing in free agent pass rushers and David Johnson's recent declaration that the Cardinals will have the top offense in 2018 is Sam Bradford is healthy. From there, it is draft talk, going from the defensive interior, the edge, linebackers, cornerbacks and safeties. 
    Enjoy the best hour (and even a little more) of Cardinals talk you can find on the Internet
     

  • Pride Of Detroit Draft Preview Bonanza with Jerry Mallory and Alex Reno

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    Chris isn't here. He's gone. RIP. Jeremy takes the wheel. Oh no, Jeremy's taken the wheel, help. But to guide him along his way, he's enlisted not only Ryan, but two regular surprise PODcast guests: Jerry Mallory and Alex Reno. And if Alex is joining the show, that can only mean one thing - it's draft season! But first, someone was wrong on Twitter about Matthew Stafford, which means the POD crew has to weigh in on any particular drama. AND THEN it's draft season! Everyone gives their thoughts on what could happen in the three days near the end of April to determine the future for the Detroit Lions. They even answer your mailbag questions about such matters as well! Catch the fever.

  • Can't Help But Talk About Champions League

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    On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Gabe Lezra discuss:
    Leftover Juve stuff Bayern's potential line-up aganist Real Madrid (and vice versa) How Zidane should look to cover up for Marcelo defensively Takeaways from Malaga: Standouts or otherwise Has Real Madrid ever been one of the best defensive teams in the world? James Rodriguez stuff Once de Gala shrinkage And more Did you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting us through Patreon: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid

  • Arrowhead Pride SportsNight Roundtable

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    An Arrowhead Pride roundtable featuring Pete Sweeney and Kent Swanson in the studio with Cody Tapp of 810 Sports. The trio discusses the Chiefs' draft plan, Sammy Watkins in the offense and revisiting last year's draft.

  • Ep. 7 - Mock draft from the Chiefs’ perspective

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    On the show: MOCK DRAFT 4:39, Ranking the QBs - 6:30, Patrick Mahomes and this QB class - 10:16, Genard Avery - 28:13, Equanameous St. Brown - 32:11, CHIEFS PICK AT 54 34:56, Anthony Miller - 44:40, Jake breaks some hearts 47:35, THE CHIEFS SECOND PICK AT 78 48:44, THE CHIEFS PICK AT 86 51:37, MAILBAG 54:35

  • Episode 39: The Dangers of Box Score Analysis, Part 2

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    Thanks to Jon Ledyard for chipping in to help explain the issues with box score analysis and how we can fight it.?
    On the show: 2:45- The war on box score analysis: edge rushers 7:26- What do you miss when you count sacks to judge edge rushers? 15:05- Why value above replacement matters 17:05- What you miss when you use tackles to gauge an edge rusher? 23:10- What are some stats people could use that are a better gauge than sacks and tackles? 28:58- What are some things you can look for while you watch a broadcast to analyze a player? 35:32-  Mailbag

  • Is the Colts Roster Quite as Depleted as Perceived?

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    The Indianapolis Colts have had a long road ahead of them the past couple seasons, especially when under the supervision of Ryan Grigson. Now that Chris Ballard has taken over the Colts had some mixed returns on their first draft due in large part to playing time and injuries, but some work has already been done under the radar.
    After last year's draft, throughout the 2017 season, and immediately into the offseason Ballard has been quietly been adding talent that hasn't gotten much notice. Now, as the roster currently stands, Matt Danely takes a look at each position group to discern whether the Colts are still as talent deficient as most on the outside perceive them to be.

  • Episode 276: Salt and Pepper

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    Welcome back to Amazin’ Avenue Audio, where we can’t believe the Mets’ first two weeks.
    First up, Brian Salvatore and Chris McShane discuss just how much fun this week has been, how balanced the team looks, and how even weird demotions and possible season-ending injuries can’t get us down. (1:13)
    Next, Aaron Yorke looks at the depth of the Mets’ lineup and more. (47:36)
    Finally, Steve Sypa gives us a glimpse at the first few days of the minor league season. (55:04)
    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), Chris (@chrismcshane), Aaron (@aaronpyorke), 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.

  • MOTS Podcast Episode 124: Knocking out the new kids on the block

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    Atlanta United win big on Saturday but potentially lose huge pieces in training on Wednesday. We react to the injury update and recap Atlanta United’s 5-0 win over LAFC.
    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)
    Jay Riddle (@Jay_Riddle)
    Kelly Frances Hager (@thekellyfrances)
    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

  • Phinsider Radio - Interview w/ Kyle Crabbs of NDT Scouting and talking NFL Draft

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    This week on Phinsider Radio, we are joined by Kyle Crabbs of NDT Scouting. He breaks down the latest rumors of the NFL Draft, including his likely landing spot for Baker Mayfield. Hint: It’s in the top five. He also gives us an update on who the teams in the top ten are looking at.
    In our interview with Crabbs, he touches on what he thinks the Miami Dolphins will do in round one and the ensuing rounds. Will Roquan Smith or Tremaine Edmunds be taken by San Francisco due to the latest news about Reuben Foster? Will Miami have someone there that fans will be happy with? Who does he think the best fit is for Miami? What does he think about this year’s tight end class? He answers all of these questions and more.
    Following the interview with Crabbs, we lay out the Miami Dolphins draft plans as of this week. Will they target a quarterback in round one or do they have their sights set on another position? I can tell you they have three positions in mind for round one – tune in to find out which ones and what players they may be targeting.
    We also tell you what we’ve been hearing in the other rounds of the draft and lay out the ideal Dolphins draft plan, according to those close to the situation.
    We discuss the mega contract that Jarvis Landry received from Cleveland Browns. There’s not a lot of people out there saying the Dolphins should’ve paid him so we dive into other matters regarding the contract. Was it warranted for a guy who may not be a game changer?
    Tune in to Phinsider Radio to find out all of the latest information around the NFL and with the Miami Dolphins

  • Episode 46: Road Trip Songs and Homecoming Mariners

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    0:00 - 10:00 - Discussion of the road trip, fretting over opportunities lost or taken
    10:00 - 24:12 - Previewing the Mariners upcoming homestand, lamentations about the Angels, fretting over pitching.
    24:12-24:42 - Break!
    24:42 - End - Questions! What to do with Ichiro? Who will use Ben Gamel hats for evil? Movie recommendations from our childhood. Kate describes Fortnite. A surprising amount of singing. We get a B- in Pop Culture class.
    MUSIC: Nicest Kids in Town - Hairspray; Pray For Me - The Weeknd ft. Kendrick Lamar; Be Careful - Cardi B

  • Episode 128 | April 12, 2018: Baseball Fights, Salvation or Stupid? (Stupid.)

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    So Nolan nearly got drilled yesterday and then lost his dang mind, charging the mound to try to tear Luis Perdomo limb from limb. Perdomo threw his glove and ran away, terrified, as you or I would do, a move that garnered him "a ton of street cred" according to one dweeb in the San Diego media. On this week's PDP, you'll hear some reaction from Rockies manager Bud Black, outfielder Carlos Gonzalez, and the man himself, contender for the heavyweight crown, Nolan Arenado. Anyway, the Rockies scored five runs immediately following the melee and won. Was that due to the fight? Eh, maybe. Are baseball fights good? Nah. We'll discuss.
    It hasn't been a terribly inspiring start to the 2018 season, and we'll try to lay out some reasons why. (Hint: they're not always going to hit!) Plus, Ryan McMahon is on the big league roster to open 2018 and is barely playing. We'll dive into why that seems like just an abjectly terrible idea. Alos, the Rockies announced Charlie Blackmon's extension last week basically right after we recorded and posted our episode, so of course we didn't get to talk about it. We'll explain our thoughts and hangups on said contract and also why it could be good.
    It's the 128th episode of the Purple Dinosaur Podcast. Wad it up into a compact ball and chuck it at a friend!

  • 4/16/18: Episode 76 - 6-9

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    The Giants are off to a 6-9 start for the second consecutive season and Brandon Belt has been benched repeatedly for striking out at the wrong time... for the umpteenth consecutive season. Can Doug and Sami convince Bryan that the Giants *won't* change their ways at this point if they haven't shown a willingness to before?

  • Episode 1804: ‘Brothers in Arms’

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    Weisman wrote ‘Brothers in Arms: Koufax, Kershaw and the Dodgers’ Extraordinary Pitching Tradition,’ a comprehensive history of Dodgers pitching throughout their franchise history.
    We talked about Weisman’s process in writing this book and how he got the idea to organize it how he did. Weisman talks about how Ralph Branca was much more than the pitcher who surrendered The Shot Heard Around the World, including a specific mention of Branca pitching a compete game in a 17-10 Brooklyn win and a 19-year-old Branca pitching a 12-inning complete game with seven walks and 11 walks.
    ‘Brothers in Arms’ is available through Triumph Books and will be officially released on May 1.
    Jon has been sharing excerpts of his book at Dodger Thoughts as well.
    If you have any questions for future podcasts, please send them to tblapodcast@gmail.com, or tweet us at @truebluela or @jacobburch.
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  • WCG Radio, Episode 28: To Dez or not to Dez, and Bears' Draft Edge Preview

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    Windy City Gridiron draft analyst E.J. Snyder talks Dez Bryant, and the edge and interior offensive line classes of the 2018 NFL Draft.
    Dez Bryant released by the Cowboys (sign him!): why he isn't a fit for the Bears and where he might end up The Twitter insanity of released familiar players immediately being fits on any team Draft edge preview: Boston College's Harold Landry leads the charge Draft interior offensive line preview: Frank Ragnow is not getting enough love Sleepers on the interior: Auburn's Braden Smith is a technical beast Sleepers on the edge: think Tulane's Ade Aruna

  • Holtecast 141:Aston Villa qualify for Play-Offs and must avenge Mick McCarthy

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    The Holtecast is back, and Aston Villa are back to winning ways. It’s good to settle back into routine.
    And, well - I’m delighted to discuss this with the returning Dani Raza, who has had to up his game after a stellar Holtecast debut by the one and only Matt Lynch.
    Spoiler - he did!
    This week, I, James Rushton, am once more joined by Dani to discuss all things Villa. We talked a little bit about Cardiff, a little bit about Leeds before discussing the play-offs and their importance to Villa. Could a potential play-off final be the most important game in Villa’s recent history? There was also talk about the goals of Jack Grealish and Ruben Neves. A pair of BEAUTIES, before defending Josh Onomah and talking about the potential purchase of Robert Snodgrass. We also talk about Scott Hogan and Jonathan Kodjia’s performances as of late
    What else? Well, we previewed the coming Ipswich Town game and discussed the Mick McCarthy situation more passionately than we perhaps should have done. Oh well, if you can’t passionately defend Big Mick on your own podcast, then when can you do it?
    Holtecast Predictions:
    Team Dani - 2
    Team James - 0
    Dani got the Preston 1-1 spot on to take a lead back in February, and he got the Sunderland score right. Two nil to that man.
    James has predicted a 6-1 result against Ipswich.
    Dani has predicted a 4-0 against Ipswich.
    As always, your feedback is appreciated and is needed! Get in touch in the comments and please leave a review on Apple Podcasts! It helps more than you might think it does, whether you enjoy it or not.

  • The HeadQuarters: Episode 75 - The Wizards Slander Hour

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    This week Sean Woodley and John Gaudes discuss their feelings after two successful Raptors playoff games, slander the pitiful Wizards, question Scott Brooks a bunch, ponder who is the most embarassing Wizard, answer listener questions and play a somber round of That Random Raptors Game. 

  • Post Match Show Of The Reading Victory For Fulham And Brentford Preview Show

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    This is a combination episode of Cottage Talk as the first half was a post match show of the 1-0 Fulham victory against Reading. The second half of the show was a preview of the match against Brentford at Craven Cottage. Co-host for this episode was Max Cohen.
    You can also listen to the show on Friends Of Fulham.

  • Pickaxe Pundits - The Denver Nuggets 2017-2018 NBA season comes to a bitter end

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    Hosts: Zach Mikash, Gordon Gross.
    The final game
    Did you feel the Wolves got a hometown whistle?
    What went wrong? In the game and in OT
    Do you think the NBA should do away with conferences in playoff seeding?
     
    Break
     
    Looking Towards the off-season
    What is your dream scenario?
    What is your realistic scenario?
    Can/will the Nuggets be able to make any real improvements to the roster?

  • WIIM Radio: The New Postseason Streak Edition

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    Welcome to the newest episode of WIIM Radio! We’re here to wrap up the Wings season and get all prepped for the... not-season? OFF-SEASON, that’s what it’s called. Sorry; still getting used to not having a post-season. This episode features me, Peter, and Kyle talking all things Wings. Here’s what we got up to:
    The Red Wings! There was a ton to cover in terms of where the Red Wings stand and going forward. Was bringing back Holland a huuuuge mistake? We spend a lot of time going over all these options. What about Blashill? How about the hockey feelings coming back alive this spring now that we have things to look forward to other than the death of the Red Wings’ season?
    The Playoffs - Holy crap, Flyers; what the hell? We go over our locks and our sleepers for this playoff season.
    Positivity Corner - Grey skies are gonna clear up, put on a happy face. The kids are gonna cheer us, put on a happy face.
    Reader Questions - You asked all the burning questions and we gave the burning answers and all-in-all there was just a lot of burning going on in this section of the episode.
     
    You can listen via the embedded player above or download from our Blogtalk Radio page. You can also find us on iTunes and Google Podcasts. Feel free to hop on and leave us reviews too, so other people know how great we are.
    As always, WIIM Radio is rated R for language and carrier pigeon fraud. 

  • PawedCast Episode 121: Joe Bendik, Philadelphia Union Rewind, Pride & More

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    We’re back to talk about Orlando City’s third straight victory and no, that isn’t a typo. The Lions went into Philadelphia and brought back three points to the City Beautiful but they did not — I repeat, did not — bring me any cheesesteaks. That’s OK, I’d rather have the points. Dom Dwyer and Chris Mueller did the damage on the scoreboard and Joe Bendik stood tall in goal to keep the clean sheet.
    Speaking of Bendik, he’s our guest this week. We chatted Joe up about playing with so many new defenders, his leadership role with the team, the chemistry and energy of the 2018 Lions, his favorite save, and a lot more.
    We also discuss the Pride’s loss at Portland and the huge loss Thorns owner Merritt Paulson took on social media this week. Plus, our listener questions in our Ask The Mane Land PawedCast mailbag, and and our key match-ups and score predictions for Orlando City’s match Saturday night against the San Jose Earthquakes.
    If there’s something you want us to address on our next show, just tweet it to us @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC.
    Here’s the breakdown for show No. 121:
    0:12- Three consecutive wins? Who are these Lions? We’re breaking down the game and giving you our Man of the Match picks, plus the Pride, the Leroux-Paulson squabble, and more.
    39:53- Joe Bendik chillaxed with us for a bit and gave us the unique perspective of Orlando City and the game of soccer that only a goalkeeper can.
    58:38- The #AskTMLPC mailbag and our laughable predictions for the Lions vs. the Quakes.

  • Tank Talk, Buddy Hield's development, and more with Jill Adge

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    The Sactown Royalty Show returns for an in-depth conversation about the tanking conundrum, the development of Buddy Hield, the status of the Kings' frontcourt moving forward, and more with Kings season ticket holder Jill Adge. 

  • Bless You Boys Podcast-Ep. 17: Baseball can't wait on the weather

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    Brandon and Ashley return, and baseball is again played in Detroit after a lengthy series of postponements. We take a look at the early success of the bullpen, and the wonders of Canadian ice, among other topics.
    Is being bad what it takes for the Tigers' bullpen to be good? Mikie Mahtook heads to Toledo and it's time to see a lot more JaCoby Jones.  Gardy discovers Meijer's Quick hits from around the Tigers' farm system The wonder of Ohtani-mania MLB v Pitching Ninja MLB goes to Puerto Rico and could learn some things from the baseball obsessed culture there.

  • Season 10, Episode 5: Super Bowl or Bust

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    Are the Los Angeles Rams legitimate Super Bowl picks after their most recent moves over the last month? So many new additions, and almost all are impact players, bigger than what the Rams lost this offseason. Only time will tell, but until then we are digging in deep to discuss what all this means. One thing is clear they see a window open and they are going for broke. We also will touch on the draft. The Rams will not be picking until the 87th overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft. That is a long wait if you only watch the draft for the team you root for. How does the most recent moves impact draft approach? It’s officially Super Bowl or bust…

  • Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast: Syracuse spring game preview

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    John and Dan return for another week of this podcast that's mostly about Syracuse sports. Nearly all of this episode revolves around the Orange's spring football game... save a 10-minute stretch where they talk about Hawaii and UMass instead. There's also beer, as per usual.

  • Season Wrap-Up and Playoffs Preview

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    In the name of Rasheed Wallace, the Clippers played hard, my man. The Clippers sputtered to end the season as they finally ran out of gas, but there were positives even in the losses that ended the season. The season, in general, may have been a decent combination of competitive basketball and building for the future. Doc Rivers had a lot of redemption this season. Lou Williams, Austin Rivers, DeAndre Jordan, Tobias Harris all had great years. But now, the Clippers are back in the lottery, watching playoff games instead of being in them. And how about those playoffs? A lot to chop up, and the Rob and Shapan are here to talk about it on the Lob, the Jam, the Podcast!

  • BTPowerhouse Podcast #130 - Weekend Recap; Can Michigan Win It All?

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    The BTP podcast resumes to chat about the 2018 NCAA Tournament and what to expect of Michigan's trip to the Final Four. Thomas Beindit hosts the podcast and Joshua Stern joins.

  • 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.
     
     

  • A look at the first week for the Milwaukee Brewers and WWE Wrestlemania!

    in Sports

    Recorded on Thursday!
    The Milwaukee Brewers entered the weekend four-game series against the Chicago Cubs with a 4-2 record. Who were the positives (Lorenzo Cain, Christian Yelich, Ryan Braun's walk-off), and what was concerning (starting pitching) during the first two series?
    The Milwaukee Bucks fight for playoff positioning -- where will they land?
    Our favorite time of the year--Wrestlemania--is upon us! We look at the big matches of the evening, including Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns, Ronda Rousey/Kurt Angle vs. Stephanie McMahon/Triple H and more! 

  • Battle Red Radio LXXX: True Freedom Is A Lie

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    Matt Weston, Luke, and maybe BFD review the Texans initial plunge into free agency LIVE at 5 p.m CDT.
    Topics include Aaron Colvin's fit in this defense, what we want to see from Tyrann Mathieu, why not signing Nate Solder was a blessing, the ability of Houston's two newest guards, offensive line guesses, and which leftovers the Texans should gobble up.
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    Thanks for staying awhile and listening. Enjoy the show while you do whatever it is that you do.

  • Shades of Blue Soccer Show - 2018 Episode 8 - Where oh where is Felipe?

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    Jimmy Conrad joins us in studio (ok, it was just a bobblehead) to discuss Sporting KC's draw against Seattle. Has the shine wore off on Khiry Shelton? Is there a clamor for Diego Rubio to get the start?  Will it all be better when Felipe Gutierrez is healthy? Hear what Peter Vermes had to say about the Fernado Torres and Bobby Wood rumors. We introduce the third member out of four from our little cast, this time Cody gets grilled. 
    The upcoming match with Vancouver is discussed of course. 

  • Mountain West Football Spring Catch Up Show

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    Football is Back! Jeremy and Matt are back after a little break since hoops took over the site for a while. The two are going to talk about spring football which is over for some schools and others are in the midst of the whole thing. We will give updates on the league and who is doing what and also how spring football really is sort of dumb, so we help you out on what is important and not important at all.
    This episode is presented by Republic Wireless which can cut your cell phone bill down from whatever amount you are paying to as little as $15/month for just talk and text and then personalize your data for just $5 per GB. They harness Wi-Fi as much as possible since it is basically everywhere in order to keep your bill low. Plus, some phones can be brought over.
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  • GBBLive Podcast: Mac Trammel on End of Season Availability

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    GBBLive and its hosts Joe Mullinax and Brandon Conner welcome GBB Senior Writer Mac Trammel to talk the Memphis Grizzlies end of season media availability, as well as the MVP of the season for the Grizzlies. 

  • Cat Scratch Radio: I'm going to Jerry World Edition

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    Join us to discuss all the latest Carolina Panthers news & notes including the upcoming NFL draft which we will be attending.

  • Jewelcast, Episode 4.8: Los Angeles, Las Vegas, La Copa

    in Hockey

    As a neutral fan, you couldn't have asked for more than a first-round matchup between the Los Angeles Kings and the Vegas Golden Knights. On one side, you have the old guard. The Kings are one of the decade's most decorated teams, with two Stanley Cups and a reputation for being the team no one wants to face in the playoffs, fighting for a return to glory after just one playoff win in the last three seasons. On the other side, you have the new kid on the block. The Golden Knights are making their first playoff appearance, with a Pacific Division title in their inaugural year and a season-long reputation for being the team no one wants to play against at all, fighting to make an already-special campaign into a legendary one. On top of it all? A budding rivalry, bolstered by the knowledge that if you're a fan of the losing team, fans of the winning team are going to be soooo obnoxious after this series.
    So forgive fans of both teams if we're nervous. Even though both teams exceeded expectations this season, we're getting greedy. That includes our guest! Danny is the manager of Knights on Ice, SB Nation's blog covering the Vegas Golden Knights, and he'll join us to provide some perspective on the Kings' first-round opponent. Tune in for playoff talk.

  • The Hit Show for 3.28: Opening Day is Here!

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    The Hit Show is back. This episode, Danny and Darby review the position players on the Tampa Bay Rays 25 man Roster. How will the Rays fare this season? Listen in to find out!

  • Colchonero Chat 109: San Oblak

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    Rob Walker (@rwalk03) is a staff writer at Into the Calderón and the guest on this edition of Colchonero Chat. He joins Into the Calderón manager Jeremy Beren (@JBBeren) from snowy Ohio to react to and analyze Atlético Madrid’s 1-1 draw at Real Madrid on Sunday afternoon.
    Jan Oblak saved the day (pun very much intended) as Atlético were put under the cosh in this so-called “decaffeinated derby.” Diego Simeone’s men withstood the pressure, though, to secure a valuable and remain on course for a second-place finish. Jeremy and Rob break down Simeone’s aggressive XI and the controversial refereeing decisions that went against both sides. They discuss Atlético and Antoine Griezmann’s quick reaction to Cristiano Ronaldo’s opening goal after halftime and whether the draw was a fair result in the end. The podders also answer Colchonero Chat amigo questions and ask “just how important is a draw at the Bernabéu?”
    The guys then switch gears to preview Thursday night’s trip to Lisbon, where Atlético will take on Sporting Clube de Portugal (and quite possibly members of their first team) in the second leg of their Europa League quarterfinal.
    For analysis and discussion of Fernando Torres’ announcement that he will leave Atlético at season’s end, listen to the bonus podcast at patreon.com/colchonerochat. 

  • The Ironworks - Episode Three - The Day After

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    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
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  • The Birdgang Blitz Ep. 20: Talking Draft with Seth Cox of Revenge of the Birds

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    Blake and Johnny go in-depth with draft prospects that the Arizona Cardinals may draft with Seth Cox of Revenge of the Birds.
    What playmakers could the team look at an offensive-heavy draft?  Or do they strengthen their defense?  Where do they take a quarterback, and whom?
    All that and more for you on the Birdgang Blitz!

  • Recapping the Titans week 3 win over the Seahawks

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    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.

  • Episode 87: Super Good in Cleveland

    in Sports

    Can the Indians sustain a contender? Is Mike Clevinger really super good? 

  • Could the Big Ten miss the playoff this season?

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    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!

  • Is Aaron Rodgers over it?

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    Stephen A Smith made headlines this week when he pondered whether Aaron Rodgers was tiring of the Packers’ defensive struggles. We discuss his comments and look ahead to Vikings weekend with SB Nation's own Arif Hasan.
     

  • Nats Nightly Weekly Returns: Discussing Nationals after 19 games, Davey Martinez

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    After a long hiatus, Nats Nightly Weekly is back with FBB's Doghouse and I talking about what we've seen over the first 19 games of the season, how Washington Nationals' skipper Davey Martinez is doing in his first year as a manager, bullpen management, Ryan Zimmerman's slow start, Bryce Harper's hot start and more. We'll be here every week talking all things Nationals as they go for a third straight NL East crown, and hopefully an NLDS win this time around...

  • Fish Bites Podcast: Opening Day/Cubs Preview

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    Aram talks to Al Yellon, managing editor of Bleed Cubbie Blue about the upcoming season and Opening Day. 

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

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    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.

  • The Chet Sellers and Luke Peristy Podcast - Episode 60

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    We say hello to a new CEO! We say goodbye to Dion Phaneuf! We agree Erik Karlsson is re-signing! Come on, man, it's all we've got!

  • BSD Recruit Report: 1/29/2018. New Year, New Intro, New Recruiting Era

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    Whit and Ned dive into some of the biggest Wake recruiting news of the last couple of months, including how the 2018 recruiting classes will finish up, 2019 targets to keep an eye on, and commits ready to contribute right away in Black and Gold.