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  • What changes for the Cardinals after a surprising win at Lambeau Field?

    in Football

    The Arizona Cardinals shocked the NFL with an upset 20-17 win over the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field, where Aaron Rodgers was previously almost unbeatable. They previously appeared destined for a 2-14 season. What changes?
    Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox discuss what the win means moving forward. They give their biggest positives and negatives from the game, react to the play of the many rookies who contributed and react to the newest injuries. They also look at how expectations for the team might have changed for the final four games of the season. 
    Enjoy the best hour of Cardinals talk on the Web!

  • 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

  • MOTS Podcast 154: We are the Champions!

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    Lots to unpack on MOTS this week. Eric, Josh, and Joe Patrick have the final say on MLS Cup, discuss the Greg Garza trade, coaching rumors, Andrew Carleton's future, and of course, the famous celebration at Magic City!
    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

  • 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.
     

  • HANDBALL! Handball! HANDBALL!

    in Soccer

    Despite a crushing last minute goal in the 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion in the West Midlands derby, this is still a happy Holtecast as Aston Villa remain flying high despite conceding late in controversial circumstances. It’s no deflation, and little more of a bump in the road as Villa continue the journey towards promotion.
    James and Daniel Raza return with the Aston Villa podcast to discuss Aston Villa’s draw with West Brom, Jay Rodriguez’s ‘Hand of Rod’, the performance of Ørjan Nyland in goal, where the blame lies for the draw, Villa’s poor defence and more before previewing the upcoming clash with Stoke City.

  • Cottage Talk Full Time: Fulham Go Down 4-1 To Manchester United At Old Trafford

    in Soccer

    In this episode, we shared our "initial reactions" to Fulham's 4-1 loss to Manchester United at Old Trafford. Co-hosts Max Cohen, Yannis Tjanetis, and Matt Smith, who was at Old Trafford, shared their thoughts on this embarrassing loss.
    You can also listen to the show at Friends Of Fulham.

  • 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

  • Streaking the Lawn Podcast - 12/13/18 - Big Win over VCU

    in Sports

    Pierce, Caroline, and Paul talk about the Hoos' victory over VCU and where things stand as ACC play approaches. 

  • A big Kings win, more drama, and trade rumors with Sactown Royalty's Bryant West

    in Sports

    The Sactown Royalty Show returns! StR's own Bryant West joins Tony Xypteras on the podcast this week to talk about a huge Sacramento Kings win in Phoenix and the latest round of front office drama with a side of tasty trade rumors. Thanks for listening.

  • Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast: State of the Syracuse vs. Georgetown Rivalry

    in Sports

    John and Dan talk a whole bunch of Syracuse-related topics, from the Orange's big win over Georgetown last Saturday, to the upcoming game agaisnt ODU and what to make of our rivalry with the Hoyas going forward. There's also an extensive ACC divisional realignment conversation, plus beer.
    Oh, and DONATE TO #CUSETIXFORKIDS, please!

  • Clippers Slip Against Griz and Heat

    in Basketball

    For the first time all season, this pod is coming off a pretty gross loss. The Clippers played sloppy basketball for three quarters against the Heat and then totally laid down in the 4th quartr and got run off their own floor. Dwyane Wade was allowed to look like the Hall of Famer he is and the Clippers barely scored any baskets at all through the entire quarter. In what was the ashes of hopefully the worst loss of the season, Rob and Shap look ahead 3 games in 4 nights schedule and a showdown in OKC against a rolling Thunder team. With the Clippers no longer in 1st in the West, have our expectations of the team changed? What are these rotations recently that Doc has been using? All this and more on the newest the Lob, the Jam, the Podcast!

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Mountain West Bowl Previews: Las Vegas, Frisco and New Mexico Bowl Preview

    in Sports

    Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the Mountain West bowl season. The duo first discuss college football playoff expansion which is going to happen at some point. We go over the three bowl games over the next week starting with the New Mexico and Las Vegas Bowl games, and then the Frisco Bowl on a Wednesday night. Naturally, the two lean toward the Mountain West in picks.
    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.

  • Colchonero Chat 144: An Atlético-Alavés meditation

    in Soccer

    The jubilant 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 site manager Jeremy Beren (@JBBeren) to discuss Atlético Madrid’s 3-0 win over Basque side Deportivo Alavés on Saturday.
    Rob takes a break from celebrating Atlanta United’s MLS Cup win to help break down how Atlético beat a good Alavés. The podders analyze Nikola Kalinic’s promising performance, the Rodri-Thomas duo’s effectiveness, Antoine Griezmann stepping up once more and Diego Simeone’s substitutions. They also talk about the possibility of Gelson Martins’ departure and Football Leaks revelations regarding Yannick Carrasco’s controversial exit last spring.
    Then, the guys fast-forward to Tuesday, when Atlético travel to Belgium to take on Club Brugge. Rob and Jeremy debate the merits of finishing first in Group A versus finishing second and offer their scoreline predictions.

  • 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. 

  • 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.

  • PawedCast Episode 149: Orlando City Off-Season and Tom Traxler Interview

    in Soccer

    With the 2018 MLS and NWSL seasons behind Orlando fans, we turn our attention to the Orlando City goings-on of the off-season, notably the partnership with Wolfsburg and the hiring of Ricardo Moreira as OCSC’s new director of scouting. We’ve also got some words to say about the USMNT and USWNT and their final matches of 2018.
    Orlando SeaWolves Head Coach Tom Traxler stopped by to visit and tell us about how he became the gaffer for the new MASL side, how former Lions on the new indoor team are handling the transition, which players we should watch for this season, and what drew him to the indoor game.
    We answer some soccer and Thanksgiving-themed questions in our mailbag segment and then we played everyone’s favorite off-season game, trying to determine who on Orlando City’s roster will stay for 2019 or go elsewhere.
    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. 149 went down:
    0:12 - Orlando City’s new partnership with VfL Wolfsburg, the hiring of a director of scouting, and the two U.S. national teams close their 2018 campaigns.
    21:03 - Tom Traxler joins us to talk about his new challenge at the helm of the Orlando SeaWolves.
    47:43 - We answer listener questions and play “who stays and who goes” with the Orlando City roster.
    We’ll see you in December!

  • 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.
     
     

  • GBBLive Podcast: The Memphis Grizzlies are good once again

    in Basketball

    Christmas is almost here, and the gift that keeps on giving is the overachieving Memphis Grizzlies. Host Joe Mullinax welcomes three great guests to discuss the hot start for Memphis and more on an all-new GBBLive podcast!
    Geoff Calkins of The Daily Memphian and 92.9 FM ESPN Memphis joins Joe in the first segment to talk Mike Conley's All-Star chances and whether or not this start for the Grizzlies is sustainable. Peter Edmiston of The Athletic and Sports 56 WHBQ in Memphis appears on the secong segment to discuss his boy Jaren Jackson Jr., and Mark King of GBB and Locked on Grizzlies finishes out the show talking Kyle Anderson, Marc Gasol, and their impact on Memphis' defense.
    All this and much more on the latest episode of GBBLive! Follow us on Twitter @GBBLive and be sure to subscribe to the podcast on ITunes!

  • 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. 

  • Episode 153 | October 16, 2018: Smile Because It Happened Or Something

    in Sports

    The 2018 Rockies season came to an end in disappointing fashion last week, and after taking some time to cool down, the PDP returns for its annual postmortem. We'll look back on the National League Division Series and try to dissect what went wrong against the Milwaukee Brewers.
    There isn't much left to discuss about the NLDS, though, so this episode is a forward-looking one. The 2018 Rockies season was a success. It didn't end the way any of us wanted, but there's no other way to look at it than another step in the right direction. Even with that, the Rockies have many pressing issues heading into the offseason. We'll look ahead at some of the biggest decisions that are coming over the next several months before another big season opens in Colorado.
    All that and more is here in the 153rd episode of the Purple Dinosaur Podcast. Weave it into a nice pair of socks for the cold winter ahead!

  • 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!

  • Fer Sure - Episode 37: Meghan Hall and Hannah Burry from the Balls & Sticks Cast

    in Hockey

    Here’s what Peter and Jay have for you this time (all time locations are without the opening ad):
    Introductions: (00:00 - 17:59) Instead of having our traditional interview segment, we have Hannah and Meghan on the entire episode, but we start off with some getting to know you questions to introduce our listeners to our two guests.
    The Willenium Starts in Toronto (17:59 - 24:25) William Nylander signed at the last minute, keeping Meghan, who is a Toronto fan, from a horrible weekend. Here are our reactions to the situation.
    Jeff Skinner’s Next Contract: (24:25 - 30:45) Because Hannah is a Buffalo fan, we give Meghan a little chance to inquire about Jeff Skinner’s upcoming contract, and if it’s going to stress Hannah out like Nylander’s situation did with Meghan.
    Tom Wilson....Again....: (30:45 - 43:40) He just can’t help himself. Maybe he’s just a garbage player who continually throws predatory hits. Also, what players do we hate to hate?
    Coaching Carousel: (43:40 - 51:40) Coaches and GMs have lost their jobs recently. Which ones are the most interesting?
    Laine Lights the Lamp: (51:40 - 57:10) Patrick Laine recently had a 5 goal game, and after starting the season in a goal scoring slump, he now leads the league. Jay and I love watching Patrick Laine, but what are some other players who don’t play for the teams we root for that we enjoy watching?
    Game Time!: (57:10 - END) We haven’t done a quiz in a while, so I made one up that utilizes both stories from Sean McIndoe’s book The Down Goes Brown History of the NHL and stories I made up. Then, we wrap up.
    Remember, you can get Fer Sure t-shirts in a variety of colors and styles, hoodies, notebooks, stickers, and much more.
     

  • The Air Raid Podcast #152: Welcoming Matt Wells & Texas Tech Basketball talk

    in College & High School

    The ARP guys welcome Matt Wells to Lubbock and share their feelings about the hire. We also talk about Texas Tech Basketball's incredible come from behind victory over Memphis. 

  • Episode 298: Prepping for the end

    in Baseball

    Welcome back to Amazin’ Avenue Audio, where we are almost done with this cursed season. 
    First up, Brian Salvatore and Chris McShane talk about Zack Wheeler's stellar season, the Wright Day celebrations, and more. (2:05)
    Next, Steve Sypa looks at the Rumble Ponies' 2018 season. (54:19)
    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. (1:01:22) 
    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 McShane (@chrismcshane), 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.

  • 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

  • Phinsider Radio: There Goes the Neighborhood

    in Sports

    Phinsider Radio is back on a special night and time, Wednesday, 9 p.m. EST. And we'll have plenty to discuss tonight: Joe Philbin and Kevin Coyle on some very hot seats; the Dolphins' defense moving forward; the inexplicable reason why everyone is blaming the team's struggles on quarterback Ryan Tannehill; and whether these guys can get it turned around against the Jets in London on Sunday morning. Join us at 9 p.m. EST!

  • AHPKC 2018: Red Friday on ESPNKC

    in Football

    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
     

  • Battle Red Radio CXLVIII: In The Army Now

    in Sports

    The Houston Texans still need a quarterback. The 2017 NFL Draft begins on Thursday. They’ll probably draft one in the third round.
    Together, Matt, Luke, and BFD preview the 2017 NFL Draft LIVE at 7 p.m. CST. Topics include if the quarterbacks will fall, a verbal breakdown of the big four and talk of the others, where they fit best, if Houston will even take one, and other players we like in this year's draft.

  • The GABACast, Episode 121: Why is everyone suddenly a Big 12 team?

    in College & High School

    Well, the South Carolina Gamecocks lost a very wild, weird game against the Clemson Tigers this past Saturday. The Gamecocks were out-manned, literally and figuratively, but played a much more competitive game than the scoreline indicated. Some exceptionally pedestrian play inside the redzone and a few gaffes in crucial third (and fourth) down situations ultimately sealed their fate, but not before Carolina’s offense hauled off for 600 yards of offense, led by a career performance from Jake Bentley. This podcast does not condone ever losing to Clemson in any capacity but there were some positive takeaways from Saturday night’s game.
    We go in depth on our takes from the Palmetto Bowl, but we also run through the rest of rivalry week to determine our winners and losers. Some highlights:
    why would anyone ever fight Kevin Faulk? Kendrick Rogers ridiculous catch against LSU. nobody played defense yesterday, not even Michigan. The FCS playoff is better. Les Miles to Kansas is actually good? We also do our best to preview this weekend’s final game against the Akron Zips, including our crystal game balls and our uniform predictions for the matchup, which will take place at Noon, and will be on SEC Network. You can checkout a little preview here if you’d like.
    As always, thank you for listening. If you have half as much fun listening as we did recording, then we had twice as much fun as you.

  • 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.

  • Packers/Browns, Badgers/Illini previews!

    in Sports

    Jak sie masz all!
    We bring you another Wednesday Football Preview show! 
    Scott and Jake will look at all the key personnel moves the Packers made this week with receiver Randall Cobb placed on IR with his knee injury. Plus, how will the Packers stop a surprising Browns team?
    We also break down the Badgers' trip to Champaign, Illinois, as they face the Fighting Illini in a Leaders division contest. Will the Badgers have a healthy Jared Abbrederis in their offense, and what threats can Illinois pose to a defense that decimated Northwestern?

  • PODcast feat. Geoff Schwartz: Greg Robinson, LISTCASTs galore

    in Football

    The Lions acquired Greg Robinson for a late round 2018 pick, but it looks like he's set to potentially start on the line, with Taylor Decker out. What can we expect? Jeremy, Chris and Ryan tackle the questions before being joined by former NFL lineman Geoff Schwartz, who has his own reasons why fans should be optimistic for Robinson's future. Geoff also shares his top offensive linemen for the 2017 NFL season, and then we follow it up by doing another LISTCAST of the top 5 "As Seen on TV" appliances. Mailbag features hilarious gaffes, forgotten childhood possessions and our predictions for the NFC playoff teams. Stick around to the very end to hear a Marilyn Manson/Rejuveniuqe mash-up.

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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?

  • Turf Show Radio: Season 2, Episode 21 (Mar. 26, 2011)

    in Sports

    3k is joined by Drew Roberts from One Bronco Nation Under God to talk Boise St. prospects, Chris Petersen's philosophy and the Mountain West Conference.

  • Ridiculous Upside Podcast Episode 1 - The Relaunch

    in Basketball

    In the first edition of the Ridiculous Upside podcast for the 2018-19 season, Dakota Schmidt intros the episode by breaking down the format of the new look podcast. Following that, Ridiculous Upside's NBA Draft expert Steve Dewald breaks down the best and worst performing Draft prospect from the week of November 26th-December 2nd. To conclude, Dakota Schmidt returns to give his take for the top 5 G Leaguers during the month of November.
    0:00: Intro
    5:28: Steve Dewald's Best and Worst 2019 NBA Draft prospects of the week. 
    7:30: Dakota Schmidt's top-5 G Leaguers for November
     

  • Shades of Blue Soccer show: FC Kansas City's Vlatko Andonovski interview

    in Soccer

    A quick interview with FC Kansas City's head coach Vlatko Andonovski prior to his Blues facing Seattle in the NWSL playoffs. 

  • Jewelcast, Episode 4.1: None Of Us Went To China Either

    in Hockey

    We're only ten days out from the 2017-18 NHL season, and it really snuck up on us! Fortunately, the Los Angeles Kings have kept our attention with a new coach, a trip to China to beat the Canucks, plenty of preseason intrigue, and the same old guys doing some different things.
    With the preseason ongoing, we're calling this our first official Jewelcast of THIS season. We're also going to try having four of us on at once, which should lead to all of us agreeing on everything. (OK, that's unlikely.) James, Sarah, Robyn, and Eric of Jewels from the Crown will discuss the two preseason games in China and the one with the leftovers in Anaheim, as well as the position battles at defenseman, goaltender, and down the wings. Plus, are the additions of John Stevens and Mike Cammalleri making us more or less optimistic for the season ahead? We've also written about a bunch of prospects in the last month, and some might even make the team, so we'll chat about those dudes.
    Tune in at 6:30 PM Pacific until... whenever we feel like stopping.

  • 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.

  • 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. 
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    Rob and Riley continue their look at the 2017 Wake Forest football schedule with a first glance at Appalachian State, Florida State, and Clemson. These three teams are all projected to win between 9-10 games and will be some of the toughest game the Demon Deacons will face all year.

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