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We have a SPECIAL BONUS MICHIGAN PODCAST with Jane Coaston of the wildly popular Punt Brothers podcast, along with EDSBS and SB Nation.com. We talk to Jane about the most recent updates with Michigan's AD and Coach searchs, her own thoughts about Saturday's game, what this series means to her, and her feeling about the program right now. We also briefly check in on Ohio State basketball, and what we're thankful for.
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SB Nation's Rodger Sherman previewed nearly every team that made the NCAA tournament, but he wants you to know that doesn't mean his predictions are good or even just okay. Still, we decide to ask him about the surprises of the Sweet 16, which team from the state of North Carolina has the best chance to advance to the Final Four, and whether space travel will be commonplace before Northwestern makes the tourney. There's also a quick round of Ask Jane, covering Metallica, rivalry trophies, and ice cream.
Nate Boyer is one of the most unique NFL Draft Prospects available in the 2015 NFL Draft. He spent the last three seasons long snapping for the Longhorns. He also handled punt-snapping duties in 2013-14.
The background of how Boyer got to Texas and where he wishes to go since he left is one of the better stories you will come across. Waking up on September 11, 2001 and witnessing the horrific devastation inspired Boyer to spend nearly a decade serving our country on the front-lines.
He returned from several tours of duty to walk-on at Univsersity of Texas and eventually become the long snapper. Add in the fact that Boyer is training to become an NFL long snapper at the age of 34 makes his impressive and inspirational story that much more to take an interest in.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Nate Boyer on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show.
USA Today reporter Nicole Auerbach joins us to discuss John Calipari's enterprising days as a young basketball player/landlord, which teams you should embrace and avoid in the bracket, what AARP age coach you want taking the last shot for you in a tie game, and why there's no good reason the IOC can't organize Dog Olympics. Plus, Jane and Ryan discuss their personal athletic lows and the perils of keeping Twitter open when you're watching a game through a streaming connection.
Receptions: 8, at Colgate (10/12/13)
Yards: 103, at North Dakota (9/20/14)
Long: 42, at Connecticut (9/6/14)
TDs: 2, at James Madison (11/16/13)
2014: Played in all 12 games, starting 10 ... second team All-CAA Football ... made 34 receptions for 495 yards and five touchdowns ... accounted for 106 yards on punt returns ... caught four balls for 45 yards at Albany (11/22) ... had a 20-yard touchdown vs. Rhode Island (11/15) ... caught seven passes for 90 yards and a touchdown vs.James Madison (11/8) ... caught an 11-yard touchdown pass at New Hampshire (10/25) ... made a 27-yard reception at Elon (10/18) ... had a 10-yard touchdown catch vs. Maine (10/11) ... made three catches for 57 yards, including a 33-yard reception, atTowson (10/4) ... had two catches for 15 yards vs. William & Mary (9/27) ...totaled a career-high 159 all-purpose yards, including receiving yards, at North Dakota (9/20) ... made a 15-yard reception vs. American International (9/13) ... totaled 76 yards and a touchdown at Connecticut (9/6) ... had a nine-yard reception vs. Bryant (8/28).
Spencer Hall, Editorial Director at SB Nation and Editor at Every Day Should Be Saturday, gives us his thoughts on how to deal with the college football offseason (playoff hockey is your friend), makes ill-advised predictions with us about the 2015 season (sorry, teams we have inevitably over or underrated), and plays a thrilling trivia game we call Florida or Tennessee? It ends with him doubting everything he knows, which is nice.
SB Nation's NBA editor Mike Prada joins us to discuss our very bad ideas to tweak the dunk contest, three point shootout, and the All-Star Game. We also look ahead to the second half stories in both the West and the East, take a moment to feel bad for Carlos Boozer, and brainstorm Valentine's Day for the busy basketball writer.
SPECIAL NOTE: This episode was recorded in a conference room, which is why it sounds like it was recorded in a conference room. Just being extremely professional, as usual.
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In 13 games in 2014, punted 80 times for 42.2 average with 30 punts inside the 20-yard line and 21 punts of 50 or more yards
Had 19 punts of 50-plus yards in last 10 games
Had 22 punts inside the 20-yard line in last nine games
Closed career with four punts for 37.2 average in 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl win over Iowa (1/2)
Boomed seven punts for 48.4 average with four punts of 50-plus yards including a 60-yard punt at Vanderbilt (11/29)
On Senior Night, booted six punts for 46.5 average with four landing inside the 20 and three inside the 10 with two punts of 50-plus yards vs. Missouri (11/22)
Four punts for 43.5 average including two inside the 20-yard line, came vs. Kentucky (11/15)
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will conclude, the two part grading series, on the 2014 Green Bay Packers. If you missed part 1, make sure you listen to the February 5th episode. Tonight, the safties, special teams, and coaching staff will receive their grade.
The Packers safties did not record an interception, in 2013. This unit needed to be upgraded. With their first pick, the Packers selected Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Micah Hyde split time at safety, and cornerback, and veteran Morgan Burnett tried to respond, after a horrid 2013 season. Mason Crosby has been a mainstay at kicker, and currently ranks second on the Packers all-time scoring list. Tim Masthay had games where he did not have to attempt a punt. There were times when the coaching staff called great games, and then times, when you scratched your head. How would you grade these units? Listen in and call the show, with your thoughts!
To close out the year, we bring on Dan Rubenstein to talk favorites and not-favorites - in football, in other sports, and in the world more generally. What do we like? Late night Pac-12 madness, Johnny Weir, rookie wide receivers, and bacon-wrapped dates. What don't we like? You have to listen to find out if we picked something that will make you mad.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy will talk about the NFC Championship Game, between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks. Before the game, not many people were giving the Packers a chance, to win in Seattle. Aaron Rodgers had a calf injury, the Seahawks defense was playing on another planet. The Packers had more than a chance, but let it slide away.
The Packers were leading 19-7, and Morgan Burnett intercepted Russell Wilson, on the Packers 39 yard line. Burnett slid, and the Packers thought they were on their way, to Super Bowl XLIX. This slide was the start of the Packers lead disappearing. With ball in hand, Aaron Rodgers handed off to Eddie Lacey three times. Lacey who had been finding small holes all day(21 carries, 73 yards), was stuffed on each running play. The sequence; minus four yards, minus two yards, and a two yard gain. This drive lost yards and only took 1:12 off the clock, after Tim Matshay's punt. Seattle took over with 3:52, on the clock, at their 31. The next time the Packers got the ball back, they were losing 22-19, with 1:25 left. Rodgers constructed a drive, that allowed Mason Crosby to kick the game tying field goal. Overtime rules allow both teams a chance to have the ball, unless the first team scores a touchdown. Wilson drove the Seahawks down the field, then took his shot. A 35 yard touchdown strike, to Jermaine Kearse, ended the game. The Packers would not get another chance, in overtime.
For 55 minutes, the Green Bay Packers dominated the Seattle Seahawks. The Packers pressured Wilson, forced him to throw a career high four interceptions, and even caused a fumble, early in the game. If you ever needed an example of playing until the final whistle blows, this would be the game to reference. Listen in tonight.
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