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  • Arizona Cardinals free agency reaction show

    in Football

    The Arizona Cardinals have made some moves in free agency. They have re-signed a few players, added a handful and lost many. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox break down all the moves. Was Jermaine Gresham overpaid? Maybe. Should we be worried with all the losses in free agency? 
    They discuss whether the Cardinals are being smart with their signings considering the state of the team and also how free agency affects their draft plans. 
    Enjoy a great hour of Cardinas and NFL talk!

  • PODcast: The inside receiver game is critical in free agency

    in Football

    We misplaced the episode, which is why this one is coming out so late in the week. Alex Reno finally rejoins the show after a long hiatus. Free agency is on the table as the guys talk about the big names that the Lions could make plays for. Ryan makes the points that so much hinges on Anquan Boldin's decision, and we break down what that might look like and mean depending on what happens. We continue our positional reviews with the linebacker unit, the despised goat of the team last year, and whether or not Tahir Whitehead is the right fit and if DeAndre Levy can return to form. We also compensate for a late release with a supersized mailbag talking about flat earth, Ameer Abdullah and our recent trip to Grand Rapids.
    The new theme for the PODcast "Victory Monday" is thanks to @iambrianshepard! Check him out on Twitter and Soundcloud.

  • Free Agency Fracas

    in Football

    The first wave of free agency has come and gone and what a doozy it was. Thankfully, the APC Pod crew is here to talk you through it.
    Are the Packers actually doing anything different in free agency this year? Are there comparisons to be made between the Packers and the Patriots? What are the biggest holes that now need addressing in the aftermath? Will Alex ever learn how to change the email associated with his Twitter account? We wrestle with all these questions and more on this offseason edition of the APC Podcast.
    Follow the show on Twitter @theAPCpod to get the latest show updates. As always, remember to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, via RSS, or on our BlogTalkRadio page to get the latest delivered straight to your ears. If you like what we're doing, please give us a rating on iTunes!

  • MCM Radio: Recapping the first wave of NFL free agency for the Titans

    in Football

    The first wave of NFL free agency has passed. Tonight we talk about the moves that the Titans made, and look at some of the players the Titans "missed out on." We will also talk about the "SIGN ALL OF THE FREE AGENTS" crowd that pops every year at this time.
    At the beginning of the episode we will be joined by the artist formerly known as August West to talk about the new project he and his group are working on.

  • Phinsider Radio - March 15, 2017

    in Sports

    Call us at (347) 326-9461! If you don't want to call, you can interact with us on ThePhinsider.com in our live thread or on Twitter by using the hashtag #PhinsiderRadio Be sure to join us this week on Phinsider Radio!

  • MOTS Podcast: ATLUTD vs Chicago Fire Post-Game

    in Soccer

    Sam and Eric react to the 4-0 win over Chicago Fire, marking the first win at home for Atlanta United
    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 www.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
    New sponsor for the show! FanEssentials.net! Check them out and use the promo code MOTS to get 30% off on your first months order!
    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
    Hosts:
    Eric Quintana (@EricGQuintana)
    Sam Franco (@samjfranco)
    Jason Smith (@jasonisasmith)
    Email:
    MOTSPodcast@gmail.com
    Social media:
    Mouths of the South Twitter (@MOTSPodcast)

  • Episode 228: Now batting, the left fielder, Tim Tebow

    in Baseball

    Welcome back to Amazin' Avenue Audio—we've got a light week, but one that's heavy on everyone's favorite former college football star.
    This week, Brian and Chris discuss Tim Tebow, among the other small stories emerging from Mets camp.
    You can follow all of our contributors on Twitter: Brian (@BrianNeedsaNap) and Chris (@chrismcshane).
    As always, you can listen or subscribe to the podcast through iTunes, 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.
    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.

  • Ep. 39: Jaguars free agency, a little draft talk, and Tony Romo (w/ @AlfieBCC)

    in Football

    We're back with special guest Alfie Crow (@AlfieBCC) of SB Nation's Big Cat Country to talk about the busy week the Jacksonville Jaguars had in free agency, A.J. Bouye, Calais Campbell, Barry Church, Dontari Poe, Latavius Murray, fullbacks who catch 100 passes a season, and if the Jaguars are actually interested in Tony Romo.
    Keep Choppin' Wood is @HankJoness, @BeauxJaxson, @ryaneatscake, and everything Jacksonville Jaguars.

  • Managing Madrid Podcast: Recapping Real Madrid's 2-1 win over Athletic Bilbao

    in Soccer

    Managing Madrid is a hub for Real Madrid fans from all over the world. It's an arena that produces match coverage, updated news, op-eds, tactical analyses, artwork, and of course, podcasts. It also serves as a means for Real Madrid fans to connect and discuss the team. We would like your support so that we can continue to produce podcasts for you.
    The site is run by a small team that works tirelessly around the clock to make it into what it is today. Your contributions will allow us to continue to have a real and full-time presence in keeping this website, and it's podcasts, going.
    Hosts:
    Gabe Lezra (@GabeLezra)
    Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo)
    Send any questions or comments about anything you see or hear to @ManagingMadrid on Twitter!

  • 3/15/2017: Episode 47 - NL West Preview, Part 1

    in Baseball

    This week’s show begins our preview of the rest of the NL West, starting with the loathsome Dodgers and followed by the gritty Diamondbacks. We invited a couple of guests to help us out with those previews and we think that makes them far more entertaining than you, a single-minded Giants-only fan, could ever possibly imagine.
    Eric Stephen of True Blue LA helps us understand just how it is that the Dodgers seem to have a Springfield-esque roster of obnoxious characters (obnoxious, of course, from the Giants’ fan perspective) and how their incredible roster just might manifest this year and where we can expect a couple more surprises – because, really, what a team that’s projected to win 99 games needs is even more talented surprises. 
    And then we bring back Mike Ferrin of SiriuxXM and the pre and post-game show host for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Is Paul Goldschmidt as amazing as Tim Lincecum thinks he is? What did the Mariners get wrong about Taijuan Walker and how is the superior scouting of the Diamondbacks about to cause a world of hurt for the National League.
    We also answer some Twitter questions which I think you’ll agree were extraordinary this week.

  • BTPowerhouse Podcast #96 - Initial NCAA Tournament Bracket Reaction

    in Basketball

    The BTPowerhouse podcast returns to discuss the recently announced 2017 NCAA Tournament bracket and what to expect out of the conference's seven NCAA Tournament teams.

  • A pro wrestler talks about coming out as bisexual

    in LGBT

    Pro wrestler Anthony Bowens was nervous about revealing that he was bisexual given possible recriminations from other wrestlers.  "My job description is to entertain fans through body language, story lines featuring over-the-top characters and, well, grappling other men dressed in a similar way," Bowens wrote on Outsports.
    Bowens' boyfriend, Michael Pavavno then posted a video of the two, one seen by a fellow wrestler. Bowens was blown away by the acceptance he received and he decided to come out publicly, a decision that has been met with positive attention.
    We talk with Bowens and Pavano about their relationship and Bowens' journey.

  • Pickaxe Podcast Reboot Episode 4

    in Basketball

    The Pickaxe Podcast is back this time with Zach Mikash, Gordon Gross and Ryan Blackburn breaking down the week that was the Denver Nuggets. Zach and Gordon break into the uptick in defense and talk about how MAson Plumlee has had a positive effect on the team. Then finally Ryan is located and steps in to talk about how Nikola Jokic gets no respect from the refs. From there the discussion goes into a myriad of topics. First they discuss Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler and Will Barton and what their long term future is with the team. Next they talk about how the Nuggets have played well over the past 11 games but it may noth be enough to get them into the playoffs with Portland looming. The guys also share thier predicitions on what might happen.
    The second half of the episode dives into the two games agains the Los Angeles LAkers and Los Angereles Clippers and how the Nuggets were able to get the victories. Finally the guys talk about the season as a whole and whether or not it can be determined a success even if the team doesn't make it into the playoffs. They also discuss how Jokic is becomign a superstar as well as who have been some of the most impresswive players around him.

  • Episode 95 | March 6, 2017: Well Actually, The WBC Is Good

    in Sports

    A week into spring training, the Rockies have gotten their first hit of bad news. David Dahl's back is a bigger issue than originally thought, threatening to keep the dreamiest Rockies player off the field for possibly the rest of the Cactus League slate. We'll discuss what that means for Colorado's Opening Day roster and who, if anyone, should play instead of Gerardo Parra if Dahl isn't 100 percent healthy by the start of the season.
    The World Baseball Classic's fourth installment is here, and Anthony and Tyler break down why people seem to be so averse to it despite their love for things like, you know, every other sport's highest level of international competition.
    Plus, we're taking tons of #AskPDPs this week, which you can always submit on Twitter or through the ol' email inbox. A sampling: is bread, once toasted, still bread?
    (Yes. Of course it is, you monster.)

  • PawedCast Episode 77: Miguel Gallardo Interview and Philadelphia Union Preview

    in Soccer

    We don’t have a game to break down this week because of Mother Nature, but to make up for it, we’re bringing you an extra guest! Former Orlando City goalkeeper Miguel Gallardo — now the club’s sideline analyst and community ambassador — joins us to discuss his new roles with the club, his time with the Lions, and his time in Jacksonville. And we also welcome Eugene Rupinski from The Brotherly Game to give us the Philadelphia perspective on the Lions vs. the Union this Saturday.
    We may not have a game to recap, but we sure do have a lot of news. Orlando City goalkeeper Joe Bendik extended his contract through 2020, Seb Hines underwent knee surgery, the Orlando Pride opened preseason camp and might sign Brazilian superstar Marta, OCB got a new Brazilian defender from the club’s partnership with Atletico Paranaense, and we discuss the expansion battle between the United clubs from Minnesota and Atlanta.
    After Miguel talks to us about his gig and what it was like to face his old Orlando City teammates, Eugene jumped on and told us a bit about this year’s edition of the Union and what we can expect for Saturday. Spoiler: the Union are still a pretty good soccer team.
    And of course, we can’t possibly sign off without our key match-ups and final predictions, which you absolutely shouldn’t use as a basis for any wagering.
    Here’s the show this week:
    0:13- Orlando City gets a snow day, Bendik gets a new deal, Hines gets his knee repaired, Pride get started, OCB gets a defender, and Minnesota gets a new MLS record it probably didn’t want.
    37:46- Miguel Gallardo checks in with us and tells us what he’ll be doing this season for the club. He also talks about what we might see this weekend.
    53:19- Eugene Rupinski gives us the 411 on the Union so far this season.
    1:06:12- Key match-ups and predictions!

  • Episode 6: Spring has sprung!

    in Baseball

    This week, we're joined by LL's resident MiLB aficionado Ethan Novak, as well as site intern Ben Thoen. We discuss some of the major storylines heading into Spring Training: Felix, World Baseball Classic, and the youth movement on the 2017 roster. 
    Music: Thundercat - Friend Zone, DJ Premier Ft. Miguel - 2 Lovin U, Future Islands - Ran

  • GABACast Episode 70: NCAA Tournament Preview

    in College & High School

    The GABACast is here and making history. For the first time in GABA history, the website's podcast is talking about a Men's NCAA Tournament that the South Carolina Gamecocks are actually playing in! In this episode we talk about:
    Our baseball review SEC Tournament recap The Gamecocks' seeding and matchup against Marquette (and possibly Duke!) The women's chances in their tournament and how Alaina Coates' injury effects their chances. Thanks for listening!

  • Fulham vs. Wolves Post Match Show

    in Soccer

    This is our post match show of the 3-1 loss for Fulham against Wolves. During the episode we discussed everything that went wrong in this loss for Fulham. We also had a very interesting debate once again about Chris Martin. You can also listen to the show on Friends Of Fulham.

  • Episode 1708: Guessing the Dodgers opening day roster

    in Sports

    Still in the first week of spring training, this week on the podcast we decided to try to guess the Dodgers’ opening day 25-man roster.
    We talked through our choices, which essentially came down to two bench spots, two starting rotation spots and three bullpen openings.
    There were also several questions, plus impressions from spring training, including ping pong results and a pool table in the clubhouse.
    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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  • Durant injury: Warriors battle towards end of season with nothing guaranteed

    in Basketball

    Nate, Ivan, and Bram are here for you. Listen along as they giggle their way through the NBA news, the world news, and whatever else news is out there. 
    Annotated list of things we covered:
    0:30 - Catching up on all the things we covered. 
    1:00 - "I'm a free man, at least for now." Why Bram listens to talk radio. Things are already off the rails. 
    6:40 - Nate's bad GameThread twitter headline. 
    11:00 - Timing of injuries, and timing of shooting slumps. 
    21:15 - Steph starting to look like Steph?
    23:00 - MCCAW!!!
    31:00 - Nate and Bram share a lawn. Ivan needs to get off it. 
    46:00 - Seriously, we talked about McCaw for a REALLY long time. 
    47:00 - MVP race. 
    56:00 - Ivan tried to wrap this thing up, to no avail, because Bram brags about the facebook page. 
     

  • Prospect Chat 2 | March 16, 2017

    in Sports

    Francisco Mejia optioned to Double-A, FanGraphs' top-100 prospects, swapping prospect tools, Anthony Santander watch, Yu-Cheng Chang, and more!

  • Battle Red Radio CXLVI: Where Do We Go From Here??

    in Sports

    The witch has been burned at the stake. Now no one knows what to do without that black hatted, warted monster cackling around everywhere.
    Together, Matt and BFD check in on how free agency has gone so far LIVE at 7:00 p.m. CST tonight. Topics include an exhaustive Brock Osweier trade breakdown, Tony Romo possibilities, the players they resigned, and potential players they can bring in with their new cap space.

  • Will the Mountain West take back their rights and go to a streaming service?

    in Sports

    Jeremy and Matt discuss future TV options within the Mountain West and specifically how streaming games could work. We discuss the league having its own network and be accessed for a small monthly fee of say $10 per month, hooking up with Amazon Prime which really wants to broadcast live sports, Twitter, Hulu or Netflix.
    Streaming games has a lot of issues and for the Mountain West there are two big one’s in access to the games and also can the league make enough money to make it worth the fairly drastic change.
    One reason there is talk of adjusting the TV package is to avoid the 10 p.m. ET and later kick offs and tip offs in football and basketball. By streaming and controlling more of the rights to games that would not be an issue.
    There are plenty of ideas on the topic, and to be honest this show could be triple the length (no one wants that) to discuss ideas.
    Oh... we start the show talking food.

  • We Still Booze 2.25: Cyclones March Madness Preview!

    in Sports

    March Madness Preview

  • TST Radio: Josh, Misone and Benjamin Allbright on Free Agency (3-9-17)

    in Sports

    Turf Show Radio returns with an all-new episode with Josh Webb (@FightOnTwist) and Misone Adiasor (MightyorMisone).
    Josh and Misone discuss the start of free agency. They talk about the Rams releasing Tim Barnes, signing Robert Woods and Andrew Whitworth and more. Josh also talks to Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) about the Rams signings and Josh and Producer Scott (@SportsSpeaks) talk about them as well.
    Also on this week's show: The guys also talk about the other news around the league such as the Browns trading for Brock Osweiler and more! 
    Enjoy and thanks for listening!

  • Episode 104: Aston Villa Ladies with Katie Wilkinson and Carrie Dunn

    in Soccer

    This is a podcast that I've been wanting to do for ages! As part of Aston Villa Ladies week on 7500 to Holte, I got the chance to chat with freelance football journalist Carrie Dunn and AVLFC forward Katie Wilkinson. Carrie writes for numerous outlets, and routinely covers women's football for Shoot magazine. We got the chance to talk about the history of women's football in England, how the game is structured now, and how the Aston Villa Ladies stack up against their competition. 
    Then I get to talk with Katie. She's been with Aston Villa since she was a kid (with a brief spell across the city of which we will not speak) and is one of the brightest stars on the team. Unfortunately, she's been out with an injury since summer, but that doesn't stop us from digging deep into AVLFC and what it's like being a role model for young players. 

  • The Chet Sellers and Luke Peristy Podcast - Episode 41

    in Hockey

    Injuries! Trade deadline! Expansion draft! And so much more!

  • The HeadQuarters: Episode 60 - More Like Boston Saltics

    in Basketball

    This week Sean Woodley is joined by Harsh Dave to discuss Jonas Valanciunas' trade value, spew hate against the Boston Celtics, answer listener questions and more. This episode is brought to you by Michael Bradley.

  • Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast: Syracuse NIT, NCAA Tournament Preview

    in Sports

    John and Dan chat shortly after Syracuse's win over UNC-Greensboro in the NIT to discuss what's next for SU basketball, make some NCAA Tournament picks, and of course, talk some beer as well.

  • Episode 4 of You Like Hoops? w/ Guest Kevin Lipe of the Memphis Flyer

    in Basketball

    Chase and Kevin share stories from the year they spent together in fifth grade. Chase explains how Kevin shattered his faith in humanity at the age of eleven. Kevin details how he became the Grizzlies writer for the Flyer by way of Grizzly Bear Blues. The guys also discuss everything from losing fandom, heartbreaking sports moments, and the challenges that face the Grizzlies organization in years to come. Of course they also discuss their reputations as twitter grumps.
    For suggestions, questions, or mean comments you can email Chase at Youlikehoops@gmail.com. You can follow Chase @deepfriedcouch and Kevin @flyergrizblog on Twitter. You can also follow the show @youlikehoops.
     

  • March Madness 2017: Wisconsin, region breakdowns and Final Four predictions

    in Sports

    It may be a little late, but still great!
    The Wisconsin Badgers were mis-seeded, easy as that. How they respond as the No. 8 seed in the East region will be seen on Thursday night against No. 9 Virginia Tech. Can Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig and Ethan Happ lead the Badgers past Buzz Williams and the Hokies to the round of 32 against No. 1 Villanova? 
    We break down the East, Midwest, West and South regions and give our initial Final Four picks. Heck, we even come up with our own tournament at the end of the show.

  • The Air Raid Podcast: #77

    in College & High School

    It's just Brice and Ryan today, so brace yourselves. Is Tech slumping or are they just looking ahead to conference play? Ryan has dropped Tech down to #4 in Viva's Power Rankings. What's up with that? Tanner Gardner is the Big 12 Player of the Week and all is right with Tech if they can win a series in Austin against UT. 

  • Colchonero Chat 42: Jan Oblak might not be human

    in Soccer

    Jan Oblak could be Atlético Madrid’s human goalkeeper. He could also be an octopus. Either way, he made sure Atlético advanced to the Champions League quarterfinals in style.
    Rob Walker (@rwalk03) is a staff writer at Into the Calderón. He is the guest on this edition of Colchonero Chat, where he breaks down the goalless draw that sent Bayer Leverkusen packing and clinched a quarterfinal berth for Atlético. Jeremy and Rob discuss the results of Friday’s draw, which saw Atleti paired with Leicester City over the other Spanish giants, and how the principle of appropriate fear applies.
    Then, Jeremy and Rob move on to Sevilla, recently dispatched by Leicester in the Champions League and set to visit the Vicente Calderón for the final time on Sunday afternoon. The Andalusians are in a poor run of form and have injuries at the back, and the podders discuss whether this is an ideal time for Atleti to gain ground in the race for third place.
    Like Into the Calderón on Facebook and find Colchonero Chat on iTunes, Stitcher, Acast, Google Play and TuneIn.

  • Ready for the Stretch Run

    in Basketball

    Chris Paul has returned and so has the optimism for Clips Nation. Patrick Zajac hosts another episode of The Lob, The Jam, The Podcast, joined yet again by Shapan Debnath and Robert Flom. The pod trio share their thoughts on the Clippers' inactivity at the trade deadline and what it means moving forward, before delving into how the Clippers will finish and chase down the coveted #3 seed in the Western Conference.
    Later, Patrick, Shapan, and Robert discuss different scenarios for a crucial season should the season finish not as expected, before giving a preview of a crucial week ahead. Optimism abounds for the stretch run as the team is fully healthy. Now is the time to make one final push.

  • At Odds Podcast Episode 1: The Pilot

    in Sports

    Two men with vastly different opinions. One loves all things Ohio sports, the other hates them with a passion. Fiscal Conservative vs Progressive. Controversial vs Straight-Laced. We are the At Odds Podcast!
    Segments for this week's show: 
    -NFL Free Agency Discussion -NCAA Tournament Picks -Sharples' Rant of the Week -Hemm's Gems -Brandon's Bets

  • Mid-Major Madness Podcast #9: Bracketology with SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean

    in College & High School

    With the regular season winding down, SB Nation Bracketologist Chris Dobbertean joins the podcast to discuss all things bracketing. We cover everything from bracket logistics, to seeding, to some mid-major bubble teams ready to ruin the party for the big boys. After that, we delve into some conference races and, of course, trivia to reward those of you who stick with us the whole way.

  • Ep 113: Deuce Mason returns again

    in Sports

    The Sactown Royalty Show is back! This week I'm joined by Deuce Mason to discuss the Kings' recent road trip, DeMarcus Cousins trade rumors, and so much more. It's always a good show when Deuce stops by, so be sure to check it out.

  • Roll The Quadcast Episode 45: Bracketology and Wake Forest

    in Sports

    Bart and Riley get together for a renewed episode of Roll The Quadcast. It may have been a year and a half, but the time is now for discussion on Wake Forest basketball and where the Demon Deacons stand in terms of making the NCAA Tournament. They also discuss other teams on the Bubble Watch and who they are buying and selling. Enjoy!

  • Slingin Quack: Get Your Bobbleheads

    in Sports

    Rusty and Sean are back after a few months of scheduling conflicts. We briefly revisit the Oregon football staff and recap what has made up the first two months of the Taggart era. Both Sean and I are pumped most about Leavitt and Cristobal. The recruiting season isn’t over just quite yet because former Clemson DT Scott Pagano is visiting Oregon and the new DL coach Joe Salave'a can haul in a big addition to one of the weaker units on the team.
    At the 18 min mark we switch the conversation over to basketball. Is this the best basketball team that Oregon has ever had?
    This basketball team has one of the highest ceilings I can think of but also has shown some real lapses in performance. I don’t know of another team that can look as bad in a half as Oregon did against Cal and then come back in the second half and score over 50 points in a close win. This season Oregon has blown good teams off the court but also given up huge runs to UCLA that led to a loss.
    The x-factor for this team is Dillon Brooks. When Brooks does well everyone on the team plays much better and can take over a game. However, when Brooks is struggling everyone’s play drops down as well. UCLA pressured Brooks in the second half and the offense struggled. The blueprint to beat Oregon is pressuring Brooks and forcing everyone else on Oregon’s offense into creating and moving the ball on their own.
    Shoutout to the National Bobblehead Museum for sending me a bobblehead. I’m a big bobblehead fan and nothing looks better on a desk at work than a bobblehead.

  • The Rush Podcast, UTEP Basketball Rises From The Dead

    in Sports

    The Rush is a podcast brought to you by SB Nation and MinerRush.com, with Alex Nicolas and Anthony Salom talking all things UTEP and Conference USA sports.
    Lots to break down as UTEP basketball is all of a sudden in the mix for a top four spot in the C-USA Tourney.  We give some takes on the turnaround, and discuss whether this momentum can keep going into March.
    Show starts today at 6:00 p.m. Mountain Time, and we always encourage your interaction via our call in number 347-934-0951, here in the comment thread, or @ us on Twitter, or via email sbnminerrush@gmail.com

  • 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!

  • Jewelcast, Episode 3.5: Flying High and Flying Low

    in Hockey

    Ah, yes, the Kings and the Ducks. A rivalry as old as time itself.
    (CORRECTION: A rivalry that's 24 years old.)
    Last year, the Ducks continued their regular season dominance of the Pacific Division by nipping the Kings at the finish line, by one point. Odds are, it isn't going to be that close this year between the two; while the Ducks are five points out of the division lead, the Kings are fifteen out, and fighting just to make the playoffs. Eric (from Jewels from the Crown) and CJ (from Anaheim Calling) will discuss the last matchup and the next matchup between LA and Anaheim, as well as trade deadline buzz, the season-long slumps of Anze Kopitar and Corey Perry, goaltending, and the rest of the Pacific race.

  • SHAQ and the debate whether his number deserves to be retired by the Miami Heat

    in Basketball

    Hot Hot Hoops Earnest Christian explains his position on why the Miami Heat are doing the right thing by honoring Shaquille O'Neal and retiring his jersey. 
     
     
     
     
     
     

  • Shades of Blue Soccer Show - 2017 Sporting Kansas City preview

    in Soccer

    Steve Brisendine of MLSSoccer.Com and Thad Bell of TheBluetestament.com finally get back together to discuss the off season for Sporting Kansas City. Lots of changes took place and we will break it all down. New players, youth, speed all make a difference and SKC manager Pater Vermes did not hesitate t shake it up a bit. 
     
    Might even get in a little discussion of the change for SKC's minor leageue team in the USL, the Swope Park Rangers. 

  • Nats Nightly: Nationals rally, but fall 6-5 to Dodgers; Game 5 in D.C. Thursday

    in Baseball

    Washington’s Nationals rallied late against Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers’ pen, but Los Angeles battled back for a 6-5 win to send the NLDS to Game 5. The series shifts back to D.C. on Thursday where Max Scherzer will start for the Nats against an as-yet undetermined opponent in the finale of the best-of-five series. 

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

    in Basketball

    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.

  • 2017 NWHL Playoff Preview

    in Sports

    Host James Anderson takes phone calls from The Ice Garden's NWHL beat writers as he takes you around the league to get the perspective of the four teams leading into their semi-final matchups.