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  • Arizona Cardinals 2018 NFL draft review and grades show

    in Football

    The Arizona Cardinals wrapped up their 2018 draft class with six players, including quarterback Josh Rosen, who looks like the quarterback of the future. In the latest edition of the show, hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox go through every pick and break down what each player is and could be moving forward for the team. They also grade the Cardinals' draft — they like it. Sit back and enjoy the best hour (and then some) of Arizona Cardinals talk on the Internet. 

  • Phil Ball -- Emergency Julen Lopetegui Podcast

    in Soccer

    On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Phil Ball discuss:
    The White Storm -- looking back at Galactico 1.0 with hindsight David Beckham's professionalism Initial reactions to Julen Loptegui's appointment Why announce it now? How does this effect the World Cup camp? Does Lopetegui bring any Spanish players with him? Fit: tactics, versatility, man management, etc Past club faliures with Porto, and what it means now Why did Julen agree to this? What does it mean for certain players in the squad, like Isco, Asensio, Bale, Cebalos, etc Is this a transittory appointment? How does money affect the growth of younger players? And more. Did you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting us through Patreon: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid

  • Winners and losers from rookie mini-camp, rewind to Lions-Vikings

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    Ryan missed the PODcast, the unthinkable scenario. It leaves Jeremy and Chris to tackle this one. Jeremy rattles off the winners and losers of rookie minicamp, and Chris says a name wrong. They take a look at last year's Lions @ Vikings victory, and discuss why this game brought false hope to Lions fans and where that might have come from. What would the game have looked like if Dalvin Cook stayed in, too? Mailbag is the latter half of the show, and there's plenty of talk of another Detroit columnist getting put on blast.

  • Lookout Landing Podcast 53: The Mariners are...Good?

    in Baseball

    Kate, John, and Isabelle convene this week to talk about the Mariners’ recent hot stretch, including a split against the Astros, a series win against the Rays, and a sweep of the Angels at home. They preview the upcoming road trip, and answer some listener questions, which involves Kate doing a bad trumpet impression.
    0 - 12:00: General discussion of the recent winning streak and the streaky players who have made that streak possible. One run magic forever. John mistakingly believers “shindig” is synonymous with “skulduggery.” Isabelle rejoices over the team not falling on its face in a high-profile situation at home
    12:00-20:00: Glorying in the sweep over the hated Angels. Isabelle introduces the idea of “player sequencing.” Hand-waving about team chemistry is indulged in by all.
    20:00-33:00: Reviewing why winning the off-season isn’t everything and reflecting on the Mariners’ reluctance to commit to a starting pitcher this off-season. The gifts a strong bullpen can give. Erik Goeddel’s name is invoked with reverence. A weird noise that sounds like cards being shuffled pops up for reasons we cannot explain, and we are sorry.
    33:00-50:00: Previewing the Red Sox series, as well as the Big Bad East Coast Road Trip. Isabelle worries that the Orioles are infectious, and the specter of Chris Sale looms large and scissor-y, but as John points out, the team’s banked wins mean they have some string to play with over this miserable road trip.
    50:00 - on: Questions!

  • Reflecting on an Eventful First Day of Colts Minicamp with George Bremer

    in Football

    We expected to find interest in who the Colts were starting -- so to speak -- at some of the most intriguing positions in their first day of minicamp. We did, but we also got a massive surprise as Andrew Luck threw a football in front of cameras for the first time since mid-October. We were able to hear from Luck as well, his daily schedule and how he'll be using his time with the month off before training camp. We also got to hear from Frank Reich as well. George Bremer joins the show to talk with Matt on the day that was highly interesting to say the least.

  • Arrowhead Pride Radio - June 14, 2018

    in Football

    Arrowhead Pride is on the radio. Co-hosts Pete Sweeney and Sean Levine, in addition to analyst Shawn Barber, welcome on Joel Thorman, Kent Swanson, Craig Stout and surprise fans with the newest addition to the Arrowhead Pride team.

  • Phinsider Radio - Jarvis Landry, Chambers vs. Parker, WR position battles & more

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    This week on Phinsider Radio, MC$, Houtz and Sutton talk about a few controversial topics surrounding the Miami Dolphins.
    One of the more talked about issues right now is Chris Chambers vs. DeVante Parker. What is Chambers trying to accomplish with Parker and is he jumping out of his lane? Should Parker be returning his phone calls and messages? Are the coaches telling Parker to ignore Chambers? We have some information as well as some quotes straight from Parker and the coaches. We try to sort out this situation.
    We dive into the Jarvis Landry saga where he seemed to take hits at the current and former quarterbacks on the Miami Dolphins. Landry said that the quarterbacks in Cleveland were better than the ones in Miami, but who was he really taking a shot at? Was it Ryan Tannehill or the trio of Jay Cutler, Matt Moore and David Fales? We tell you what we know and try to read between the lines.
    Speaking of wide receivers, we talk about the position battle in terms of the third wide receiver. Who is going to emerge from the pack? Will it be Danny Amendola, Albert Wilson or Jakeem Grant? Can any of them leapfrog Kenny Stills and/or DeVante Parker? We rank our receivers and analyze all that’s happening at this position.
    As always, we answer your questions. This week we have a stuffed mailbag but we do get to just about every one of them. Tune in to find out if your question was answered!
    For all the latest news, rumors, information and analysis regarding your Miami Dolphins, tune into this week’s edition of Phinsider Radio!

  • Breaking down the latest Kings draft rumors with Sam Vecenie

    in Sports

    The Athletic's Sam Vecenie joins the Sactown Royalty Show this week to discuss the latest Kings draft rumors. Is Michael Porter Jr. healthy? Can Marvin Bagley defend in the NBA? Why aren't the Kings in love with Luka Doncic? 

  • Episode 284: 2018 Draft Recap

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    Welcome back to Amazin’ Avenue Audio, where we try to find some hope in the future - specifically, Jarred Kelenic.
    This week, Steve Sypa joins Chris McShane to talk about the 2018 MLB Draft, and to see what the Mets did with their highest draft pick in over a decade. 
    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: Chris (@ChrisMcShane) 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.

  • MOTS Podcast Episode 132: Cruisin' over the Crew

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    On episode 132 of the Mouths of the South Podcast, Eric and Sam recorded right after Atlanta United beat the Columbus Crew, and they give their instant reaction to a big win for the Five Stripes heading into the MLS World Cup break.
     
    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

  • Chroncast Special: Roger Munter reviews the Giants' Draft

    in Baseball

    You know the Giants drafted catcher Joey Bart with the #2 overall pick, but was he the absolute right fit for the Giants? And how else did they do with their slightly unconventional selections? Did their draft strategy suggest a new organizational philosophy? All of these questions and more are answered as Bryan and Roger have a one-on-one about the 2018 MLB Draft.

  • Holtecast 148: Where has all of Villa’s money gone?

    in Soccer

    Villa’s administration worries have been eased thanks to a nifty little loan brought in by Chairman Dr Tony Xia, however, their troubles are still out there for all to see. Keith Wyness is still suspended, Steve Bruce’s future is in limbo, the vultures are circling for star players Jack Grealish and James Chester - and there’s been no fresh takeover rumours.
    Things, they aren’t exactly looking up for Villa right now.
    Dani Raza and myself, James Rushton, are back to update you and discuss our opinions on the recent events taking place at Aston Villa. Still cannot believe we are talking about this.
    Oh, and Pierluigi Gollini dropped a rap song.
     
    Oh, and Pierluigi Gollini dropped a rap song.
     

  • Pickaxe Pundits - Wrapping up NBA Finals & previewing Denver Nuggets NBA Draft

    in Basketball

    Hosts: Zach Mikash, Dan Lewis, Ryan Blackburn.
    Warriors champions again
    How long will this dynasty last? Was KD deserving of MVP?
    Is LeBron done with Cleveland?
     
    NBA Draft Part 1
    What are Denver’s needs?
     
    Break
     
    NBA Draft Part 2
    Top 3 players you’d like to see them draft that you think there’s a shot they could get
    Favorite fake draft day trade?

  • 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. 

  • Q & A With MJG - Fulham Are Back In The Premier League

    in Soccer

    During the episode, co-host Mike Gregg answered questions about Fulham that were submitted to the Cottage Talk Facebook page, and many of them centered around this upcoming season.
    You can also listen to the show on Friends Of Fulham.

  • Episode 137 | June 14, 2018: They're 0-2 When We Record During Games :(

    in Sports

    You can totally blame us. It's ok.
    The Rockies' offense is the best in baseball over the last 10 days. Unfortunately, their pitching staff has, in large part, forgotten to be good alongside it. That has proven to be a big enough issue that it's forced the Rockies well out of first place and into their roughest patch of the season. Will the return of Adam Ottavino be enough to stabilize the rest of the staff? If today's results are any indication after they cut the lead down to one run in the seventh...no. But tomorrow is another day.
    Jeff Bridich had some interesting comments about Jon Gray earlier this week. We'll discuss those and what it says about where the Rockies -- and Jon Gray -- are at this chapter in franchise history. (Hint: mostly positives!) Plus we field your #AskPDP questions from our World Cup cheering interests to what it would take for the Rockies to be sellers to what the heck "our ass is in the jackpot" really means.
    All that and more on this week's episode of the Purple Dinosaur Podcast! Strap it to both sides of your batting helmet for a convenient and stylish dual C-flap look!

  • Episode 91: Who Needs a Bench, Anyway?

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    The Indians don’t have a bench, but at least they have Francisco Mejia. That has to count for something, right? Also, who should be in the All-Star game, the latest on the messy bullpen, your questions, and more!
    Subscribe to Let’s Talk Tribe on iTunes: http://apple.co/2fYLhSF See more at letsgotribe.com

  • PawedCast Episode 129: Miami & Vancouver Recaps, Montreal Preview & More

    in Soccer

    A win in the U.S. Open Cup in Miami felt good but that was unfortunately followed by a tough road result that was close late and then suddenly wasn’t close anymore. We give both matches an autopsy. We’ve also got some USMNT and USWNT matches to discuss, plus the USSF hires its first general manager, Patrick Vieira leaves MLS and I hate short corners.
    To help us prepare for Orlando City’s match in Montreal on Wednesday, we’ve got Paul Vance from Mount Royal Soccer with us this week. Paul talks about the Impact’s season so far, whether or not Ignacio Piatti will be sold, and whether Dominic Oduro is out of favor with Remi Garde.
    This week’s mailbag had some great questions that we did our best to answer honestly and with great consideration. Plus, we gave our predictions and key match-ups for Orlando City at Montreal Impact.
    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. 129 went down:
    0:12- The Lions finally won a game but then they turned around and lost again. We’re breaking down both matches, plus the USWNT, USMNT, Patrick Vieira’s departure, and more.
    49:43- Paul Vance joins us to tell us what’s going on with the Montreal Impact and what we can expect from our northern neighbors on Wednesday.
    1:08:48- Our mailbag discusses beer and soccer, and we give our key match-ups and predictions for Montreal.

  • Fer Sure - Episode 25: Nick Mercadante

    in Hockey

    Here’s what Peter and Jay have for you this time (all time locations are without the opening ad):
    Stanley Cup Final: (00:00 - 20:34) Ovechkin and company knocked out the Vegas Golden Knights in 5 games. We talk about the last game and why we are happy for Ovechkin (and others).
    Interview: (20:34 - 56:47) We talk to Nick Mercadante about Fleury in the Final, the Red Wings backup situation, and a lot more, including his iconic Twitter profile photo (the picture used for this article)
    Draft: (56:47 - 1:06:26 We got some mailbag questions about the entry draft, so we spent a little time talking about it in general and a little about the Red Wings specifically. If you want a more in-depth discussion of the Detroit view of the draft, listen to the latest edition of WiiM Radio.
    Shakeup on Long Island (1:06:26 - End) Lou is in. Snow and Weight are out. What does this mean for the Islanders and John Tavares? Also, a mailbag question that goes in an unanticipated direction. Then we have our traditional episode closing.
     
    Look for Episode 25 in your podcast feeds and this website Monday morning. If you are using a podcast app, you can find both this podcast and WIIM Radio (our podcast devoted to the Red Wings) in the same channel - Winging it in Motown.
    Here is the link to our merchandise store

  • Season 10, Episode 11: Minicamp madness

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    The Los Angeles Rams' minicamp is underway without All-Pro and Defensive Player of the Year DL Aaron Donald. So 3k, Seattle Rams, Joey O and Misone are back with another episode of TSR to talk about the impacts of not paying the man, Sean McVay's second minicamp, the World Cup and of course the biggest question in all of sports right now: where is LeBron James headed? Would his presence in LA be a good thing or a bad thing for the Rams? All this and more on this week's show.

  • Bless You Boys Podcast 23: The Tigers were aggressive in the 2018 draft

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    Bless You Boys managing editor, Rob Rogacki, joins host Brandon Day for some early reactions to the Tigers' picks in the 2018 MLB draft. The first 10 rounds are in the books, and beyond is chaos, so it's time to look at the Tigers' approach and break down their picks. Early returns seem positive. The Tigers played the percentages at 1-1, and then made some pretty bold plays by their standards in the later rounds. They got a nice collection of athletes and guys with loud tools in hopes of a big reward.
    Does the birth of the Tigers analytics department show up in their draft strategy? The Tigers selected quite a nice mix of college and high school positional talent. Casey Mize freed the Tigers to take some shots in the next few rounds. Parker Meadows has the potential to be a power-hitting centerfielder.  A look through the later round selections.

  • 2018 Utah State Football Preview

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    Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the Utah State Aggies who have the potential to be in the upper part of the Mountain Division. This team returns all of its offensive line, most of the receiving group and quarterback Jordan Love is the guy.
    Then on the defensive side of the ball, the Aggies do have a new coordinator but they return nine defensive starters.
    Expectations are high for the Aggies this year and they just MIGHT challenge for the division title if things fall just right.
    This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV, these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. 
    bit.ly/FuboTVOffer or bit.ly/SlingTVOffer
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  • The Interesting Clipper Summer

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    It's June as and per usual, the Clippers are not playing. They find themselves in a bit of an unfamiliar place relative to their recent history, looking at the draft with a couple of late lottery options. This offseason will be huge for the Clips, with a handful of options going forward. The team can stay the course, blow it up, or try and pursue a superstar this offseason. Based on how things have been run during the Jerry West era, they might stay as pragmatic as possible. Also, how about that LeBron James? Shapan is back on TLTJTP and he's joined by Robert and Lucas!

  • 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.
     
     

  • The GABACast, Episode 99: Outback Bowl preview and MORE.

    in College & High School

    Merry Christmas!
    Bowl season is underway, and the podcast has returned from a much-needed winter hiatus (medicore content ain't as easy as it looks, folks). However, the pre-christmas bowls have been, for the large part, well, predictably bad. So, we figured we'd cheer everyone up by starting with some Gameock basketball talk. Okay, that was probably a bad idea. 
    In addition to some very #REALTALK about the current state of affairs for both the men's and the women's basketball programs, the GABACast boys dive into a number of different topics. We roll through winners and losers, wax poetic on the talent gap in college sports today, and still find time to make fun of Baylor. 
     
    From the GABACast to you, we really appreciate everyone that listens to the show, and we wish you and yours a lovely and happy New Year. Oh, and, Go Cocks.
     
     

  • Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Podcast: Jim Boeheim Likes Italian Food

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    John and Dan spend a light Syracuse news week talking about Jim Boeheim's food choices, his comments on Elijah Hughes, Jon Rothstein's strange place in the college basketball world, and of course, beer. Also, the second half is entirely about MAC football. Sorry.

  • Down the Pipe & Natty Lite - Episode 6: World Cup Talk

    in Sports

    After failing to qualify for this summer's World Cup, Levi and Cole talked about what that means for U.S. soccer, and what they need to do going forward to ensure that they don't miss out on the World Cup in 2022. Just this week, the U.S. was awarded the hosting of the 2026 World Cup in a joint bid with Canada and Mexico. We talked about where we'd like to see some games played, as well as what a strong showing in 2022 and 2026 could mean for the future of soccer in the United States. Before we wrapped up, we test Cole's knowledge of the world's most popular sport with a little World Cup Trivia.

  • BTPowerhouse Podcast #130 - Weekend Recap; Can Michigan Win It All?

    in Basketball

    The BTP podcast resumes to chat about the 2018 NCAA Tournament and what to expect of Michigan's trip to the Final Four. Thomas Beindit hosts the podcast and Joshua Stern joins.

  • The Birdgang Blitz Ep: 23--Rosen Impresses, DJ Holds Out & Minicamp Matters

    in Football

    Johnny and Blake discuss the heavy praise surrounding Josh Rosen, the criticism of David Johnson's holdout and GM Steve Keim's moves and potential moves.
    How does the landscape of the NFC West look as we look to training camp and the start of the season?  And just what are the Seahawks DOING?

  • Shades of Blue Soccer Show - 2018 Episode 20 - Open Cup, World Cup and more!

    in Soccer

    The gang gets back together to discuss not one but two games. Sporting KC had a good stretch last week with two wins and a draw. One of those wins was the Open Cup game in Salt Lake. SKC's depth was tested and came through. The Homegrown's were all used and all came thrpough for SKC. 
    Of course the other big news from the last few days was the vote for the FIFA World Cup coming to North America in 2026. 
    The next match is FC Dallas in the Open Cup. Can SKC manage the extra games and still go for MLS Cup and Supporters Shield? 

  • GBBLive Podcast: 2018 NBA Draft Prospect Profiles and Grizzlies Projections

    in Basketball

    The 2018 NBA Draft is now less than a month away! In what direction will the Memphis Grizzlies go with their two picks in the top 32 of the draft? GBBLive breaks that down and more on their latest episode!
    Hosts Joe Mullinax and Brandon Conner are joined on this episode by one of the greatest Grizzlies minds there is, Chris Herrington! Being between gigs, the former "Pick-and-Pop" columnist for the Memphis Commercial Appeal stops by to talk with the guys about his favorite prospects for the Grizzlies both at 4 and 32, and will also discuss the significance of the recent front office moves in Memphis. GBB Senior Writer Parker Fleming will join Joe and Brandon as well to talk about the latest prospect workout for the Grizzlies.
    All this and much more on this episode of GBBLive! Follow us on Twitter @GBBLive and be sure to subscribe to the podcast on ITunes so you never miss an episode!

  • Nats Nightly... Weekly - Nationals' split with the Yankees, Juan Soto + more

    in Baseball

    On the latest episode of Nats Nightly ... Weekly, we talk about Juan Soto, the Washington Nationals' 19-year-old phenom, who hit two home runs last night against the New York Yankees; Nats' catcher Pedro Severino, who's struggled at the plate but is hard at work as the 24-year-old tries to turn it around; the catching corps in general, injuries to the Nationals' starters + more. Live at 9:00 PM tonight, listen in since there's no Nationals baseball until tomorrow night.

  • WCG Radio, Episode 34: State of the Legion of Boom and the 2018 Seahawks

    in Football

    The Ringer's Danny Kelly breaks down recent developments with the Seahawks and helps preview Week 2's matchup with the Bears.
    The end of the “Legion of Boom”: the next step after a dominant defensive era Richard Sherman with the 49ers: Are you worried? Are you rooting for Sherman? Is 2018 inching towards a hot seat year for the Seahawks' regime? Are there still rose-colored glasses for Pete Carroll? Focus of the franchise shifting more towards Russell Wilson, but Seattle still has no one to block Aaron Donald (offensive line): why? A journeyman's haul of the Seahawks' 2018 free agency Drafts haven't been kind to Seattle lately. Can 2018 reverse the trend? (Brothers reunited!) How Seattle matches up with Chicago on "Monday Night Football." Can the Bears stop Russell Wilson? Do the Seahawks have an answer for Akiem Hicks?

  • Reactions to the Milwaukee Bucks hiring Mike Budenholzer, Sterling Brown video

    in Sports

    We return with another great episode, this time talking all things Milwaukee Bucks.
    ESPN Milwaukee's Eric Nehm discusses the Sterling Brown video that was released by the Milwaukee Police and what comes next for the player, the team (along with its statement), and the community.
    Eric also helps us break down the hire of Mike Budenholzer as the Bucks' new head coach and what we could expect from this team going forward.

  • Fish Bites Episode 3 Draft, Prospects, Trades

    in Baseball

     Aram and new Fish Stripes Managing Editor Ely discuss the MLB draft, Minor League performance, trades, and more.

  • Colchonero Chat 119: Koke Work

    in Soccer

    Rob Walker (@rwalk03) is a staff writer at Into the Calderón and the guest on this edition of Colchonero Chat. He makes his weekly appearance to reflect on and review Atlético Madrid’s 2017/18 midfield.
    Rob and Into the Calderón site manager Jeremy Beren (@JBBeren) discuss how a weakness from the 2016/17 team unexpectedly got stronger in 2017/18 with mostly the same cast of characters. The podders take a closer look at Thomas Partey’s breakthrough, ironmen Koke and Saúl Ñíguez and have a long talk about Ángel Correa’s future. Also, they analyze the inconclusive Vitolo in addition to the dearly departed Yannick Carrasco before trying to figure out who starts in the 2018/19 midfield.
    Colchonero Chat Amigos have access to the newest Colchonero Chat Rumor Roundup at patreon.com/colchonerochat. 

  • Battle Red Radio LXXXI: Under The Influence

    in Sports

    I wanted the Texans to draft Martinas Rankins. I begged the Texans to draft Rankins. The Texans drafted Rankins. Sometimes when you put things out into the universe they end up happening. The Texans are officially under BRB’s influence.
    Today at 7 p.m. CDT, Matt Weston and BFD will discuss and review the Texans 2018 NFL Draft, as well as the 2018 NFL Draft in general.
    Topics include Houston’s decision to take a safety with their first pick, why I love Martinas Rankins, the end of Braxton Miller, edge defenders, the decision to not make trades, and rookie quarterback fits.
    Subscribe on iTunes here so you can download us and let us corrupt your hard drive. While you’re at it, you should write a lovely review and give us the five star rating we deserve. Keep that in mind when you download the episode on iTunes this week.
    Leave whatever questions you may have for us, no matter how technical or silly; we will get to them at some point during the show.
    Thanks for staying awhile and listening. Enjoy the show while you do whatever it is that you do.

  • 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
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  • 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.

  • 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. 

  • 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!

  • Ep. 12 - The 2018 Draft Show Finale

    in Football

     
    On the show: Breeland Speaks - 1:44, Breaking down rounds three through six - 11:35, Undrafted Free Agents to watch for - 17:54, Takes from some fellow draft nerds - 28:46, Wrapping up draft season - 35:25

  • Is Aaron Rodgers over it?

    in Football

    Stephen A Smith made headlines this week when he pondered whether Aaron Rodgers was tiring of the Packers’ defensive struggles. We discuss his comments and look ahead to Vikings weekend with SB Nation's own Arif Hasan.
     

  • 2018 NBA All-Star MOCK DRAFT! Steph vs. LeBron — who you got?

    in Basketball

    Bram Kincheloe and Ivan Bettger are joined by Daniel Hardee to discuss the 2018 NBA All-Star picks, and the intrigue surrounding Stephen Curry and LeBron James as captains. Daniel hosts a mock draft, and things get very petty. We also talk Westbrook, the Cleveland Cavaliers' decline and next move, and the wild Rockets/Clippers show. 

  • 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.

  • Streaking the Lawn Podcast -3/1/18 - ft. Jimmy Miller

    in Sports

    STL CREW TALKS HOOPS WITH VIRGINIA RADIO'S JIMMY MILLER

  • Gay college football fan's goal: Visit all 130 major stadiums

    in LGBT

    Chicago-area schoolteacher Andres Bauhs has a goal — to attend a game at all 130 FBS (Division I-A) college football stadiums across the country. At 65 stadiums and counting, he's halfway there. His husband of five years, Olin, travels with him on most weekends, filling the role of dutiful videographer. Bauhs talks about the great traditions of college football but also what being gay means to his travels. "Being gay and tackling this quest has been an awkward experience for me at times," he says. "Certain locations we descend upon make it challenging to perform a simple action like holding hands."

  • 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. 
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