• 02:57

    Punt -The Great Debate, where is it.Middle east or Africa

    in Culture

    AmenRaSquad Up! A Well Organized Lie Defeats a Disorganized Truth Every Time. Bro Nazir lee (The Hebrew)Challeges The AmenRaSquad  to a head up Debate about  Were Punt is.Nazir lee(The Hebrew)The Claims Punt is in Jerusalam or Canaan.What in the Hell is he Smoking? The AmenRaSquad knows were Punt is and We will Show n Prove. AmenRaSquadUp!

  • 00:47

    Episode 27 - Spencer Hall

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    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.

  • 00:34

    Episode 26 - NBA All-Star Weekend with Mike Prada

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    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.

  • 00:15

    Matt Darr, Tennessee, P - NFL Draft Prospect Podcast

    in Football

    MATT DARR


    TENNESSEE


    PUNTER


    COLLEGE GRIDIRON SHOWCASE Invite



    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)

  • 01:00

    Grading the Green Bay Packers safeties / special teams / coaches

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    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!

  • Episode 25 - 2014 In Review with Dan Rubenstein

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    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.

  • 01:02

    Packers lead slides away in one minute, Seahawks advance to Super Bowl XLIX

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    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.

  • 00:48

    Episode 23 - Mark Seymour and Kevin Zimmerman

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    Our look at the contenders for the final College Football Playoff spot concludes with a discussion of the Baylor Bears with Mark Seymour and the Arizona Wildcats with Kevin Zimmerman. We also get Jane's thoughts on the new Terminator trailer and Mike Riley moving to Nebraska. Is Mike Riley a T-1000? A really nice T-1000? Maybe!

  • 00:49

    Episode 22 - Luke Zimmermann & Jamie Plunkett

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    A week from today, we'll know who's in the College Football Playoff's first semifinal games and who isn't. TCU's got a spot (maybe? possibly? I guess?) locked up if they can beat Iowa State, so we talk to Jamie Plunkett from Frogs O' War about how confident he is in TCU's position and what Gary Patterson will do if the Horned Frogs get left out. We also chat with Land-Grant Holy Land's Luke Zimmermann about Ohio State's chances and the inevitable dread that comes from facing Melvin Gordon.

  • 00:57

    From The Benches: Playoff Bound!

    in Football

    The From The Benches crew is back with a upbeat version of the show after the Packers manhandled the Tampa Bay Bucs to clinch their spot in the playoffs.


    The show begins with a brief recap of the game, and a discussion about just how good the defense has been during the last two games. Following that they go Behind The Benches with a preview of next week's winner-take-all NFC North showdown with the Detroit Lions. They discuss the X Factor's, and key matchups for how this game will play out.


    After that they have a flashback to the last NFC North division title game the Packers played in (which was 1 year ago against the Chicago Bears) before making their predictions on who they believe will win the Lions/Packers game.


    Ryan finishes the show with some words for the punt return unit in the show's signature segment "You're Gonna Want to Cut That"


    From The Benches is one of the family of podcasts from the Packers Talk Radio Network, featuring hosts Jacob Westendorf, Ross Uglem, and Ryan Hillesland. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.

  • 01:00

    Roughed up in Buffalo, the Packers drop to wildcard position.

    in Sports

    In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will talk about the Green Bay Packers loss to the Buffalo Bills.  The Packers entered this game with a five game winning streak, but have never won, in Buffalo.  The Bills came into the game clinging to hope, of making the AFC playoffs.  This was previewed as to which unit would win, the Packers offense or Bills defenese.  


    The Bills defense won the battle, from the beginning of the game.  The physical style of play held Aaron Rodgers without a touchdown pass, and forced two interceptions.  Rodgers did not recieve any help, as his receivers dropped passes, like they were hot potatoes.  The first interception was a ball that was slightly underthrown to Randall Cobb.  However, streaking down the right sideline was a wide open Jordy Nelson, that would have been a touchdown.  Later in the game, Nelson made a double move and was open again.  This time, Rodgers fired a strike but the ball hit Nelson's fingertips and fell harmlessly, to the ground.  In the fourth quarter, the Packers were driving, Rodgers fired to Jarrett Boykin and the ball deflected, into the air.  Bacarri Rambo, filling in for the injured Duke Williams, intercepted his second pass of the day.  The Packers defense did hold Kyle Orton, in check.  The Bills offense did not score a touchdown, and this game resembled the losses to Seattle and Detroit.  Marcus Thigpen accounted for the only Bills touchdown, scoring on a 75 yard punt return.  


    The Packers had one last chance, to win the game.  With 1:58 left in the game, the Packers took over, on their own 10 yard line.  However, on the first play, of the drive, Mario Williams beat J.C. Tretter and forced a fumble.  This ended the game, as a safety was awarded to Buffalo, because of the two minute fumble rule.

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