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We recap Aaron Rodgers & the Green Bay Packers frigid playoff game against Colin Kapernick & the San Francisco 49ers, lovingly dubbed by Packers guards Josh Sitton and Greg Van Roten as the #FrozenWaterBowl.
What did we see from the rest of the NFL playoff action on Saturday and Sunday? We'll breakdown the other three playoff games.
Plus, we'll provide updates of the Badgers-Hawkeyes basketball match-up as the podcast continues. Jarrod Uthoff makes his return to the Kohl Center, this time as a part of the Iowa Hawkeyes. What response will he get, and do fans really care with the Badgers off to a 13-0 start?
Big Wednesday show!
We'll talk with ESPN Wisconsin's Bill Johnson, co-host of Green & Gold Today & Pack Attack on 540 ESPN Milwaukee (as well as noted AWA historian), about the various Packers news and notes of the week, along with the preview of the big NFC North contest between Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers & the Chicago Bears. It will be a fun time as Bill gives us his two cents on all NFL news and notes.
At 8:45 PM CT, we welcome Adam Jacobi from SB Nation's Black Heart Gold Pants to help us preview Melvin Gordon and the Wisconsin Badgers heading to Iowa City to take on Mark Weisman and the Iowa Hawkeyes! When these two physical teams go head-to-head, who will come out on top? We'll let you know.
Plus, an announcement for later this week about a special guest! Let's just say it's a biggie...
Join us as we preview the upcoming season for the Iowa Hawkeyes with special guest running back Mark Weisman, Iowa's leading rusher from last season.
The Hawkeyes are coming off a 4-8 campaign, missing out on a bowl for the first time since 2007. Since winning 11 games in 2009, Iowa has been on a downward trend. Do they bounce back this season or does the slide continue?
Listen to find out as we examine Iowa's pivotal position and their biggest question mark heading into Week 1. In addition, we bring you the best and worst case scenarios for the Hawkeyes, as well as give you a W/L breakdown for the entire 2013 season.
Hosted by Daniel Mogollon and Lloyd Ribner III.
Length: 61 minutes
Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) as he speaks with former Iowa Hawkeyes and NFL player Ladell Betts about his outstanding career in Iowa and his NFL experience for the Washington Redskins and New Orleans Saints.
Betts was recruited by legendary former Iowa Hawkeye coach Haden Frye and played for current head coach Kirk Ferentz for three seasons. He is the only Iowa players to lead the team in rushing in four different seasons and finished his outstanding career #2 on the Iowa Hawkeyes All-Time Rushing list.
In his Hawkeye career, Betts rushed for 3,686 yards averaging 4.4 yards per carry and had 25 touchdowns. He also added 72 receptions for 702 receiving yards in his career.
Betts was drafted in the 2nd round by the Washington Redskins in the 2002 NFL draft and played from 2002-2009 with the Redskins and 2010 with the New Orleans Saints.
In his NFL career, Betts rushed for 3,326 yards averaging 4.4 yards per carry and had 15 touchdowns.
With the 2014 NFL Draft in the rearview mirror, we will examine what went down in Radio City from a Big Ten perspective.
We'll begin by breaking down how first-round picks Taylor Lewan (Michigan), Ryan Shazier (Ohio State), Darqueze Dennard (Michigan State) and Bradley Roby (Ohio State) will fit in with their respective NFL teams as rookies. In addition, we'll take a look at which players slipped, if there were any reaches, who are the sleepers, as well as the best undrafted free agents and players who can make an immediate impact in the NFL.
Finally we'll conclude our Draft recap show by taking a look ahead to the Class of 2015, which could be the best Big Ten crop in years.
Hosted by Daniel Mogollon & Lloyd Ribner III
Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) as he speaks with former standout RB for the Iowa Hawkeyes- Albert Young.
Young starred for the Hawkeyes from 2004-2007 recording 3,173 rushing yards averaging 4.8 yards per carry with 23 touchdowns. He was an excellent receiver out of the backfield recording 79 receptions for 703 yards and 2 touchdowns. Young had great size and strength in leading the Hawkeyes in rushing.
He was able to carry the rock between the tackles and not afraid of contact. Young had great speed and excelleration.
Albert went on to play from 2008-2010 with the Minnesota Vikings in the NFL and was an assitant coach for the Univerrsity of Colorado in 2012.
It's been five years since the Big Ten produced a top-10 pick and it's time to break that streak with what might be one of the strongest draft classes the conference has produces in years.
Joining co-hosts Daniel Mogollon and Lloyd Ribner III will be NFL Draft Bible founder Rick Seritella, as we breakdown the Big Ten prospects heading into the 2014 NFL Draft.
Who will be the first Big Ten player off the board? How many first rounders will the conference produce? Which players have helped/hurt themselves the most during the draft process? Plus, hidden gems and much more.
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