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  • 2017 NFL, Cardinals draft: Defensive player preview, more QB talk

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    The NFL draft is just more than a week away and Bruce Arians and Steve Keim addressed the media. In this newest show, hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox go through some of their comments and what they mean, including their comments on the quarterback class. Then it is on to the defensive side of the ball. Seth gives a number of names the Cardinals could select on the different days of the draft, beginning with defensive backs, then going through the front seven. 
    Sit back and enjoy the show. It is a long one. 
    The show will be back in a week for the yearly pre-draft mock draft. 

  • PODcast: What does the future hold for Matthew Stafford?

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    Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford came into his own in the 2016 season, and yet the end of the season may have marred his progress in the eyes of the national media. What will it take to change the narrative? What can be reasonably expected from Stafford in 2017? The Pride Of Detroit crew discusses this on this week's show. Also, they talk about the new Las Vegas Raiders, Michigan's pro day and more draft coverage, Rage Corner makes a return, and mailbag covers all the fun things you've come to expect from the show.

  • NFL Draft Preview (3/3) w/ Tex Western

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    Part three of our three-pod draft series. The big boss, Tex Western stops by to talk secondary prospects, as well as some notes from his time at the NFL Combine.

  • Post-Clasico Breakdown

    in Soccer

    On this episode, Kiyan and Gabe (somberly) breakdown what transpired at the Bernabeu as Lionel Messi sunk Real Madrid in the 93rd minute. Topics discussed:
    The disastrous gamble to press in the last minute of the match The starting line-up as well as substitutions The implications of losing Sergio Ramos to a red card in this game and beyond And much more.. Did you enjoy this pod? Please rate it on iTunes and also subscribe! Also, we have a Patreon page if you really like us! Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid.

  • Phinsider Radio - April 18, 2017

    in Sports

    As always, we will take your questions live on the air - 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!

  • Battle Red Radio CXLVII: Hopes And Dreams Are All Things Will Ever Be

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    As a nation, we are better off now that Tony Romo has replaced Phil Simms. But for the Houston Texans, Romo heading off into the sunset and into the television booth is bad news.
    Together, Matt and Luke check in on the Houston Texans’ offseason plan LIVE at 7:00 p.m. CDT tonight. Topics include a revisionist history on the Osweiler trade, what Romo’s decision means, Houston’s quarterback options, and what their offseason plan was, if they ever even had one.

  • MOTS Podcast: LIVE ATLUTD at RSL Post-Game Show!

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    Eric is LIVE with the Mouths of the South Atlanta United at Real Salt Lake post-game show! Call in with your thoughts on tonight's match by calling 713-955-0722! Join him as he discusses tonight's match - the good, the bad, the goals!
    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
    Big thanks to our show sponsor, Crossfit Vesuvio! If you're looking for an Atlanta United crossfit gym in the Marietta area, Crossfit Vesuvio is for you! Tell them the Mouths of the South Podcast sent you and get a special monthly rate you won't find many other places!
    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)

  • MCM Radio: Titans draft visits and the great Derrick Henry mystery of 2017

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    Tonight we talk all of the guys the Titans have had in for pre-draft visits. We will talk about what that player would bring to the Titans, where the player is expected to get drafted and how likely it is he ends up with the Titans.
    We will also discuss the Derrick Henry saga that went crazy on Monday and into Tuesday morning. 

  • Ep. 40: Previewing the Jaguars' plans in the 2017 NFL Draft (w/ @AlfieBCC)

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    We're back with special guest Alfie Crow (@AlfieBCC) of SB Nation's Big Cat Country to talk about the Jacksonville Jaguars and the 2017 NFL Draft. Are they going to go with the chalk pick in Leonard Fournette? Or will they step out and get a much-needed defensive end like Jonathan Allen or Solomon Thomas? Is Deshaun Watson a possibility or will we have to wait until the later rounds to get a quarterback?
    Keep Choppin' Wood is Eric Stoner, @HankJoness, @ryaneatscake, and everything Jacksonville Jaguars.

  • Ep. 100 | April 21, 2017: Our Sincerest Apologies For Making It To 100 Episodes

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    For over three years, you have downloaded, listened, subscribed, rated, reviewed, and encouraged us with this podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Purple Row, social media, and elsewhere. So now that we've made it to the watershed moment that is our 100th episode, we have settled on one thing: it's your fault you still have to deal with this on a weekly basis.
    But hey, we love you for it! #PDP100 is here, and it's one of our longest (and arguably best) ever. Denver comedian Andrew Orvedahl joins the show to talk about his time growing up as a sports fan in the Mile High City, Denver's pipeline of successful comedians, why he has an allegiance to another National League West foe, and how that causes friction with his coworkers. And oh yeah, his coworkers! Andrew is one third of legendary Denver comedy juggernaut The Grawlix and, along with Adam Cayton-Holland (the PDP's first-ever guest all the way back on #PDP2) and Ben Roy (a future PDP guest), also one-third of the creative creators behind TruTV's "Those Who Can't" which returns for its third season this fall. Comedy, working in television, the Rockies, and his adorable kiddo's former YouTube cooking show are all on the docket for this week's episode.
    We're talking Clayton Kershaw and his FEELINGS this week as well as Trevor Story's sluggish start, German Marquez's shot at a rotation spot in Jon Gray's absence, updates on prospects like Riley Pint, Yency Almonte, and Mike Nikorak, and lots of other basebally things.
    Plus, we give you a snippet of our crossover episode with Beyond the Box Score's "In Play Pod(cast)" with Nick Stellini and Evan Davis. To hear the full show, go subscribe to their podcast. In fact, just do that anyway. They're great.
    We never would've made 100 episodes without you, and we love you all. Really.

  • Episode 10: Pitching and Mitching

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    Kate Preusser and John Trupin are joined by staff writer Jake Mailhot to discuss the surprising starting pitching (both good and bad), the Mariners' excellent homestand, and M(VP)itch Haniger. They also debate if an 8-man bullpen is necessary anymore, recount some favorite Ichiro memories, and Jake decides Yovani Gallardo is where he's going to make his stand. Afterwards, they take questions from Twitter on fun deliveries, Jean Segura's mischief, ice cream analogies, and more. Please submit any of your questions to @LookoutLanding
    Topics include: Ceilings, Floors, and Beating Down the Doors, CB Bucknor Up Buttercup, Sexy Rum Raisin, and more.
    Music: NxWorries (Anderson Paak) - Livvin, Kendrick Lamar ft. Zacari - LOVE., Bonnie McKee - Bombastic.

  • As the Warriors dominate the first round, we brazenly look ahead to Round 2

    in Basketball

    Last year around this very same time, Golden State of Mindcast feverishly roasted the LA Clippers and salivated at the Warriors dismantling them in the next round of the playoffs. During that very recording, Chris Paul broke a bone in his hand and derailed the Clippers' playoff run.
    Fast forward to last night, when we got carried away with yet another anti-Clippers roastfest, and, lo-and-behold, what happened? Blake Griffin injures his toe and is out for the remainder of the playoffs.
    This is not our fault! We are not witches! We did not curse Griffin and the Clippers, nor would we ever wish injury upon anyone! We apologize if the podcast seems tasteless in light of the news. 
    ---------------
    1:00 - Harrison Barnes hate, for some reason 3:24 - JaVale McGee is going to be the NBA Finals MVP 5:30 - How did the Warriors dominate the Blazers in Game 2? 9:40 - No easy answers for Blazers 11:30 - Nurkic returning for Game 3 — what will be the effect? 18:04 - Moving onto the second round: Clippers or Jazz? This quickly devolves into Clippers slander 22:36 - Epic Bram monologue on why he hates the Clippers 26:53 - Fans leaving early from games: is it ok?

  • Episode 232: Wait, we got Noah Syndergaard on the show?

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    Welcome back to Amazin' Avenue Audio—No, seriously, Thor is on the show.
    First up, Chris sits down with Noah Syndergaard (@NoahSyndergaard) about Sportscrate, pitching, and lunch. (1:06)
    Next, Brian, Greg, Steve, and (sort of) Lukas talk about the Mets minor league system, including some of 'their guys.' (11:01)
    Brian Wright returns with another Top 5 list, this time focused on Mets' Opening Days. (55:57)
    Aaron Yorke returns to talk about the Mets' uniform changes for 2017 (1:02:38)
    Chris then chats with Amazin' Avenue alum/author Matthew Callan (@scratchbomb) about his new book about the 1999/2000 Mets (1:06:56)
    Finally, Kate Feldman checks in after Opening Day (1:32:47)
    You can follow all of our contributors on Twitter: Brian (@BrianNeedsaNap), Chris (@chrismcshane), Kate (@kateefeldman), Greg (@GregKaram), Steve (@SteveSypa), Aaron (@AaronPYorke), and Brian (@BrianWright86).
    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.

  • 4/24/2017: Episode 52 - It's Only April!

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    So, 2017 isn’t what you hoped it would be, but that’s okay. The Giants were never going to win every game and they were never built to be the best team in the league. Sure, they have been the worst team in the sport since last year’s All-Star Break, but they have a bunch of guys on the roster we and you really, really like. So, let’s still get together and talk about them.
    This week, we follow-up on Doug’s article which asked if “This is who the Giants are” — is the team really this bad? Is the franchise doomed? What did I have to do with a 6-13 start? Surely, I must’ve done something. And what about Gorkys Hernandez? Is he a major league baseball player? That seems like a question worth asking, given the circumstances. The Giants have to face off against a lot of major league teams over the next several months and it would be good for them to match those major league teams with major league hitters.  But fielding a major league roster is sometimes difficult for major league baseball teams to do. We’ve seen the Giants struggle to field a competitive team before, only McCovey Chronicles didn’t have a podcast back then. Now it does, so come listen and enjoy the sarcasm. Oh, and Doug gives us some a AAA scouting report to fuel our hopes and dreams for how the farm might help the major league roster (although... yeah, don’t get your hopes up). 
    We also answer your Twitter questions and play a couple of fun games, though I think you’ll admit that my answer for one of the games was Gorkys Hernandez-level bad. 

  • Taking your 2017 NFL Draft questions on Dalvin Cook, Patrick Mahomes and more

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    Dan Kadar and Matthew Fairburn bring back the Mocking the Draft podcast to preview the 2017 NFL Draft. On the second part of the return epsode, the two took questions from listeners, which led to discussions on Dalvin Cook, Patrick Mahomes, Tyus Bowser and much more. 

  • The HeadQuarters: Episode 64 - Crippling Sadness in Real Time

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    This week Sean Woodley, Mitch Robson and John Gaudes record a sad pod during the second half of the Raptors blowout loss in Game 3 vs. Milwaukee. This episode is brought to you by Hakeem Olajuwon. 

  • TST Radio: Dan Hatman on the Ram's Draft Strategy (4-19-17)

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    Turf Show Radio returns with an all-new episode as Misone Adiasor (@MightyOrMisone) and Josh Webb (@FightOnTwist) talk with Dan Hatman (@Dan_Hatman) Director of Scouting Development for the Scouting Academy, about the Rams’ upcoming draft strategy as well as some Mock Drafts. Along with Josh and Misone, Dan talks about what the team might do on defense, at receiver and more!
    Also on this week's show: The guys talk about the big and sad story of the day, the death of former New England Patriots Tight End, Aaron Hernandez.
    Enjoy and thanks for listening!

  • Huddersfield Town vs. Fulham Post Match Show

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    This is our post match show of the 4-1 victory for Fulham against Huddersfield Town. You can also listen to the show on Friends Of Fulham.

  • Episode 1714: On blisters and sacrifice flies

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    The continuing saga of Rich Hill and his blisters were prevalent in our minds as we recorded the podcast on Sunday night, talking about how the Dodgers depth would be affected and what to expect going forward.
    We recapped the second week of the season, including dancing against Jon Lester, and speculated on the eventual return of Julio Urias to the majors. We also took a lot of questions this week. Thanks to everyone who sent those in.
    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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  • Episode 69: Launch angles and smiles

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    Michael Martinez’s existence, the back-end of the rotation, plate discipline, Francisco Lindor’s contract (and smile), and we preview the Houston Astros with Ryan Dunsmore of The Crawfish Boxes. 
    See more at letsgotribe.com

  • The Chet Sellers and Luke Peristy Podcast - Episode 45

    in Hockey

    Can you be depressed and worried when you have a series lead? Yes! PLAYOFFS!

  • BTPowerhouse Podcast #99 - Way Too Early Big Ten Predictions

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    The BTPowerhouse staff breaks down what next year's Big Ten might look like, including title contenders and some underwhelming projections for this year's championship team. To help facilitate the discussion, Casey Bartley of Hammer & Rails joins the podcast.

  • Way too early look at Mountain West rankings

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    Another week and another offseason podcast for Jeremy and Matt. The two discuss the new rule changes in the NCAA and how they can impact the Mountain West and college football. The two big changes include an early signing period and a 10th assistant coach.
    We also dive into Bill C.'s early Mountain West rankings which wrapped up his 2017 season previews.

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

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    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. 

  • Pickaxe Podcast Reboot Episode 9: Favorite moments from the season

    in Basketball

    Pickaxe Podcast Reboot - Episode 9
     
    Looking back on the season
    Most impressive performance?
    Favorite play
    Who had the most surprising season?
     
    Missing the playoffs
    do you regret the Nuggets going with the vets down the stretch
    How much would making the playoffs have helped the young players?
    Do you think there's enough excitement to bring back the fans now?
     
    Nuggets off-season
    Which veteran players are the least likely to be back
    Are you excited at all for the lottery
    Would you rather Denver stay put at 13 or should they try to trade up or down in the draft
     
    Break
     
    NBA Playoffs
    Which team are you rooting for?
    Can the Bulls or Raptors pull off the upset
    Which teams in the west could fall out of the playoffs next year?
     
    Season Awards
    MVP
    MIP
    6Man
    DPOY
    COY
     
    Conclusion
     

  • Swimmers and best friends come out to each other as gay

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    Josh Velasquez and Axel Reed are two swimmers in college who each had a secret -- they were gay. Through their close bond, the two friends came out to each other and have become each other's rock. They write about the importance of friendship when coming out. "Swimmers have a special connection, and that was the reason we clicked," they write in a co-bylined essay on Outsports.
    We talk with Josh and Axel about their journies and what it means to have a best friend with whom who can share your most intimate thoughts.

  • GBBLive Podcast: Grizzlies-Spurs 2017 NBA Playoffs, Memphis Fighting Fizdales

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    The Memphis Grizzlies have about as much momentum as a team down 0-2 in the 2017 NBA Playoffs can have. Will it translate in to a win or two in the friendly confines of FedExForum? Hosts Joe Mullinax and Brandon Conner discuss that and more on the latest episode of GBBLive!
    After the guys break down Head Coach David Fizdale's rant, they will welcome fellow GBBer Matt Hrdlicka on the podcast to talk potential adjustments the Memphis Fighting Fizdales can make at home and if any of this newfound energy matters in the long run in this series. Joe and Brandon will also welcome Quixem Ramirez of SB Nation's Pounding the Rock blog to talk about how much missing Tony Allen is hurting Memphis and how nervous (if at all) Spurs fans are heading in to Games Three and Four.
    All this and much more on the latest episode of GBBLive, sponsored by Grizz Essentials! Follow the show on Twitter @GBBLive and be sure to subscribe to the podcast on ITunes. 

  • PawedCast Episode 82: LA Galaxy Revew, Pride, OCB and a Look Ahead at NYCFC

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    Orlando City did it again. It’s four wins out of four now at Orlando City Stadium after Cyle Larin’s last-gasp winner in stoppage time against the LA Galaxy on Saturday. The Lions played well against a good offensive team and nearly kept another clean sheet if not for the wizardry of Romain Alessandrini. We give you a breakdown of the game and our unanimous selection for Man of the Match.
    The Orlando Pride opened their 2017 campaign at Portland and things didn’t go quite as well against the Thorns. The hosts took a 2-0 win in a match that saw both sides generate scoring chances but only one finished them off. Still, this was a performance Tom Sermanni could build on and we discuss that and look forward to the women opening the home schedule this weekend against the Washington Spirit.
    And there’s OCB. The young Lions played twice on the road since we last talked to you and we’ve got thoughts on both games.
    We also spoke to Sam Dunn, the managing editor over at Hudson River Blue about this weekend’s match-up between Orlando City and New York City FC. It was a lot of fun talking soccer with Sam and getting the NYCFC perspective on the “rivalry,” Cyle Larin, and Yankee Stadium.
    All of that, plus we give you our key match-ups and predictions for Sunday’s game between Orlando City and New York City FC.
    Here’s how it went down:
    0:13- Orlando City devours the dreams of the LA Galaxy faithful! Larin is the monster who will haunt their dreams, but Will Johnson may have been more deadly.
    20:19- Damn, son. Sam Dunn jumps on the call and ‘conversates’ with us about the OCSC-NYCFC series to date and talks a bit about the Patrick Vieira way.
    43:32- Our key match-ups and score predictions for the upcoming trip to Yankee Stadium.
    Stop by next week as we recap the NYCRC match and look ahead to the Colorado Rapids.

  • GABACast Episode 74: Gamecock Baseball Woes

    in College & High School

    Welcome back to your favorite Gamecock podcast! Rantin Rhonda and Sam are joined by Kevin McCrarey from SportsTalkSC to talk about the philosophical side of Gamecock baseball. In detail, this episode includes:
    Breaking down PJ Dozier's decision to officially leave for th NBA Draft. What the future holds for Gamecock basketball at the point guard position. The odd atmosphere that is Founder's Park these days. What needs to happen for the Gamecocks to change their fortunes and turn their season trajectory around. Rantin Rhonda and Sam get disappointed and excited during the roller coaster that was the Braves game tonight. When does Chad's job security becomes a real issue? Twitter questions Thanks again to Kevin McCrarey for joining us on the show and thanks to you guys for faithfully following us! Go Cocks!

  • Nats Nightly: Nationals 4-3 over Mets in extras on bases-loaded walk...

    in Baseball

    Washington and New York needed eleven innings to decide the series opener, but the Nationals came out on top when Mets' reliever Jeurys Familia issued a bases-loaded walk to force in the go-ahead run. 4-3 final in Citi Field. Nationals now 11-5.

  • Ep 114: Q&A

    in Sports

    The Sactown Royalty Show is back, and we're answering your questions. We've got questions on the draft, the roster, and StR memes. I also offer my overall thoughts on the team since the Boogie trade, and the latest rumors around Sam Hinkie.

  • Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast: Syracuse Football Spring Game Preview

    in Sports

    John and Dan preview the Syracuse Orange's upcoming spring football game (this Saturday!), plus recruiting, the SU lacrosse team, and of course, beer.

  • Wisconsin OLB Vince Biegel on NFL Draft preparation, opportunities ahead

    in Sports

    In a special edition of the Kielbasa Kings Sports Extravaganza, Wisconsin Badgers outside linebacker Vince Biegel joins the show to talk about many topics. 
    Biegel discusses how his experiences both on and off the field have readied him for his time in the NFL, his preparation to play on Sundays, working with the Pittsburgh Steelers' Joey Porter and the New York Jets' Kevin Greene during UW's Pro Day, and which teams he's spoken to.
    We also ask Biegel what he's most excited for. A really insightful interview just days before his name should be called in the NFL Draft.

  • Clips Steal Back Homecourt

    in Basketball

    What a ride! Adithya, Robert, and Shapan are back to discuss the Clippers Game 3 win on the back of Chris Paul, who reminded those that didn't watch the Clippers on the regular that he is indeed the Point God. The Clippers won this game despite a huge Gordon Hayward effort and losing Blake Griffin to a reported big toe injury. What does this mean going forward? Can we finally take a breath? The Lob, the Jam, the Podcast are here to break things down for you while you exhale.

  • The Air Raid Podcast: #81

    in College & High School

    New format comes to the Air Raid this week to go along with a lot of new additions to the VTM staff. This week one of those additions, Albert Nkansah, joins the podcast to discuss new basketball signees and Mahomes draft stock. Hope everyone enjoys this week's edition. Next week we'll have another new staffer join the pod as we record during the NFL Draft and discuss where Mahomes ends up and his role going forward with his new team. 

  • Fish Bites Podcast Episode 1: Final Roster Moves, Keys to Success, Predictions

    in Baseball

    The first episode of a weekly series for the 2017 season, Fish Bites is the place to go for all Marlins talk all the time. This episode talks about the tough roster decisions the Marlins are forced to make in the final days of spring training, keys to success, and predictions for the season. Aram Leighton and Connor Newcomb talk about what to expect from the Marlins rotation, how the bullpen could be the teams savior, and what is needed from the Marlins offense. 

  • In The Dawghouse Ep.10

    in College & High School

    On today's episode, we recap the South Carolina series and discuss the Ryan Gridley situation. We also preview the series against Alabama, and we tell everyone "Who's in Left Field."

  • Colchonero Chat 48: Fox hunt

    in Soccer

    This long-awaited Colchonero Chat is timed perfectly, with Friday’s Champions League semifinal draw nearly upon us. Atlético Madrid are fresh off eliminating Leicester City and await the next challenger standing in the way of the European Cup. Barcelona will not be one of those teams, but a Barcelona writer has gladly hopped on the pod regardless.
    Barça Blaugranes’ Renato Gonçalves (@renatodsg) is the guest on this edition of Colchonero Chat. He stops by to discuss a wide variety of subjects. Like layers of an onion, the guys Chat about the Catalans’ 3-0 aggregate loss to Juventus and what Renato would do if he were named Barça’s sporting director. After that, the focus shifts to Atlético Madrid’s 1-1 draw at Leicester City, the semifinal draw and which team Atlético should want (or not want) the most. From there, the podders run through some news, including Saúl Ñíguez urinating blood, Cesc Fàbregas rumors and avoiding discussion of El Clásico.
    Like Into the Calderón on Facebook at facebook.com/intothecalderon. Listen/subscribe to Colchonero Chat on iTunes, Stitcher, Acast, Google Play and TuneIn.

  • 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

  • We Still Booze 2.24: ISU Director of Football Operations Greg Brabenec

    in Sports

    To start our conversation, Skip discussed his role as the Director of Football Operations. What is it like scheduling Matt Campbell’s day and what does the bill look like for a team meal? With practice during the day, how difficult is it to schedule classes for student athletes?
    When Matt Campbell brought over almost his entire staff from Toledo, some questioned the decision at first. After over a year of them being in Ames it has become clear this is a big part of their success. Just how close is this staff and how much fun do they have with each other?
    We took a moment to discuss some of the top storylines from the spring: Allen Lazard’s senior season, Chase Allen’s first season and whether Joel Lanning will see more snaps on the offensive or defensive side of the football.
    With so many Ohio roots, we discussed the Akron non-conference game this fall along with the possibility of returning there for non-conference games in the future. With so many Cleveland roots, which professional sports team does this staff follow the closest? Hint: Its not one of the good ones.
    We appreciate Skip taking the time to join us on the podcast. Anything else you would like to know about the team or coaching staff? Let us know in the comments and we’ll ask him next time.

  • At Odds Podcast Episode 4: Sean Loeffler

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    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: 
    NBA Playoffs preview United Airlines fiasco Indians vs Rangers fallout Special guest Sean Loeffler Sharples' Rant of the Week Hemm's Gems Brandon's Bets

  • 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!

  • SOTU National Signing Day 2017 Review Podcast

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    Hey! We're back with another installment of the SOTU Podcast. 
    Managing Editor Cam Underwood and contributor Kev Robins (a tri-host of the outstanding Big 3 Roll-Up Podcast) break down the Miami Hurricanes' 2017 National Signing Day, with all the commits, misses, and an overview of the class overall. 

  • Broome and Henschke Discuss Satellite Camps, Commit Watch and More

    in Sports

    On this edition of the Broome and Henschke Show, hosts Anthony Broome and Joshua Henschke discuss Michigan Softball's NCAA Tournament run and satellite camps with Angelique Chengelis of The Detroit News. Wolverine247's Steve Lorenz also joins in for a Michigan Foolball recruiting update, which includes a new piece to the 2016 class and a possible commitment heading into the weekend. 
    The phone lines are open for any Michigan-related topic throughout the entire show.
    Call-in number: (909) 533-8402
    Be sure to check out Wolverine Sports Radio on Twitter: @GoBlueRadio
    Anthony Broome: @anthonytbroome
    Joshua Henschke: @JoshuaHenschke
    Maize n Brew: @MaizenBrew

  • To Homer& Back - Facebook Live - March Madness Bracket Discussion

    in Sports

    The STL podcast crew go live to chat about UVa and the NCAA Tournament

  • Dog Playdate Knicks Podcast: Shouts to Michael Bay

    in Basketball

    Talking about the Knicks' 3-game win streak, how their current success compares to the earlier part of the season, and what may happen in Knicks-Spurs Friday night.

  • GGN Pod #13- Fitzpatrick, Wilkerson and the Upcoming Season

    in Football

    Andrew and John B return for a long overdue podcast where they discuss the big resignings of Ryan FItzpatrick and Muhammad Wilkerson. Other topics include:
    - Is it a mistake for the Jets to keep 4 Quarterbacks?
    - The Revis/Marshall spat plus who would win in an actual fight between the two superstars?
    - Which young player is John keeping his eye on during the early portion of training camp and the preseason?
    All that and more on the latest edition of the GGN podcast! We love hearing from you guys and we will be answering your questions on the next edition, so feel free to leave a comment in the comment section.  

  • Listen to WIIM Radio: Philly Nightmare Edition

    in Hockey

    Welcome to a new episode of WIIM Radio. We foolishly decided to record after a game, so bear with us. Just me, Kyle, and Peter tonight. Here’s what we got up to:
    The Red Wings lost to the Flyers again - Detroit blew a winnable game because of bad decision-making and we vented about it... at length.
    Moving forward - BAG SKATE EVERYBODY!
    How to fix the defense - Is it too terribly broken without making a trade? Can anything be done to get folks’ heads above water?
    Other roster moves - There’s probably a cap reason for not having Kronwall on LTIR and giving the Wings the ability to carry an extra forward. Is Thomas Vanek the key to the whole damn thing?
    Around the league - It’s the year of the rookies around the NHL. All those damn kids playing... all... those... kids...
    Positivity Corner - Shut up.
    Reader Questions - You asked, we answered. Good job.
     
    You can listen via the embedded player above or download from our Blogtalk Radio page. We’re also supposed to be on iTunes and Google Podcasts, provided those assholes haven’t broken it.
    WIIM Radio is rated R for language and brief nudity.