With only a few days left until the 2018 Spring Game; Bud and Ingram discuss the team’s effectiveness this spring, the birth of the West Coast Noles, and a new QB commitment. Also, make sure to attend The Nolecast meet and greet at The Township in College Town on April 14th before the Spring Game! Brought to you by Louisiana Hot Sauce Resolution Home Loans and Madison Social Rate and review us on iTunes! Follow us on Twitter @Nolecast E-mail us at [email protected]
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to mull over the surprising success of the Philadelphia 76ers (03:30), Patrick Reed's win in Augusta (15:00), and 'WrestleMania 34' (21:00). Then, Bill and Sean Fennessey sit down with 'Andre the Giant' director Jason Hehir to discuss meeting with Vince McMahon (41:15), how important editing is to a documentary (01:07:45), Andre's sex life (01:15:00), interviewing Robin Wright (01:35:00), the use of narrators in documentaries (01:40:00), and more.
Michael Catherwood, Brendan and Bryan talk steroid use, TRT benefits, prescription pill addiction, Teen Mom, Oprah, Dr. Phil not being a doctor, Robert De Niro, Rudy the Cholo, Hollywood Medium, Dr. Drew's hog, PED's in entertainment, Shia Labeouf and Tom Hardy rapping, white Kanye, Megan Fox and much more!
In association with At The Races: Kevin Blake, Emmet Kennedy and Harry Derham review a sensational Aintree Grand National with Tiger Rolls for everyone! We also review the main races and talking points of a fantastic week at Aintree and an informative card of Classic trials at Leopardstown. Plus Kevin and Emmet review the flat action with the return of dual Classic winner Capri, and also the Classic trials at Leopardstown. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcast's, SoundCloud, Podcast Republic, Google Play and Android Podcast apps. If you're listening on an Apple device, we'd really appreciate a Five Star Rating on Apple Podcast's to help spread the word about the show. www.attheraces.com/finalfurlongpodcast Download on iTunes itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-f…id601526577?mt=2
For the first time ever, we've got Bob Przybylo in studio to join the rest of the crew to break down this historic recruiting weekend for the Sooners. We talk about the ins and outs of the weekend, how Lincoln Riley set this up and how he knocked them down. We also talk about Bob Stoops big weekend and you'll hear from him on his past and his future. A lot of Bob's former players were in town as well. It's our biggest podcast ever with tons of stories and information to break down everything that happened in recruiting, on the football field and behind the scenes with a week's worth of festivities packed into a couple of days. The rundown follows below: OPEN - We welcome Bob Przybylo to the studio for the first time 0:04:45 - We breakdown the success of this weekend's recruiting haul. 0:06:45 - All of a sudden OU is that recruiting power everyone hates and thinks is cheating 0:09:00 - OU becoming adept at bringing de-commitments back into the fold. 0:15:57 - OU appears to be stepping into a new stratosphere of recruiting we haven't seen in recent history. 0:22:15 - Carey was right in the middle of the David Boren scare during the Stoops statue unveiling 0:30:45 - Breaking down the spring game. Trey Sermon scare and young standouts. 0:35:40 - Kyler Murray vs. Austin Kendall. Is it really a battle? What about MLB? 0:47:50 - The impressions left by the former players who returned 0:50:50 - Rivals calling OU the new RBU? 1:01:10 - Trace Adkins concerns ended up being overblown 1:04:55 - Where Lincoln Riley goes from here for big spring weekends? 1:11:30 - Where did OU make up the most ground in recruiting this weekend? 1:17:40 - Overall impression from recruits about this weekend 1:20:35 - Putting together one of the best OCs in the game with the best talent in the game? Has anyone done it lately? 1:23:35 - 2020 recruiting - Javian Hester close to pulling the trigger and Green-Warren could be there too. 1:27:35 - The OU staff hasn't been perfect since 2011 after Kevin Wilson left. 1:32:45 - Hoops recruiting had a big weekend too 1:37:00 - Bob Stoops' weekend was revealing and good to see. 1:43:00 - Joe Castiglione and David Boren kept Stoops at OU in the early days 1:46:00 - Drake and Isaac Stoops will keep Bob around for a while 1:52:50 - Bob relives his final day as OU's coach
Bryan lands his TV show, Brendan's in the Wall Street Journal, the guys review "A quiet place" and talk American boners, Oscar De La Hoya's new sex tape, UFC Poirier vs Gaethje recap, Sicario 2, mother/wife swap, Bella twins and much more!
Bill Simmons is joined by his dad and Joe House in Augusta, Georgia, after Round 1 of the Masters to talk about the remainder of the Celtics’ season without Kyrie Irving and the Eastern Conference playoffs before getting into their third day at Augusta National Golf Club (23:00).
Irish Illustrated Insider returns to talk spring practice movers and how much potential Notre Dame has showed during spring ball from Brandon Wimbush to Avery Davis.
It was Eoin McDevitt's birthday last week, and since he's not on Facebook, we all obviously neglected to get him anything. So it is no coincidence that today, our entire pod is dedicated to the life and work of the Eighth Wonder of the World, and li'l Eoin's favourite wrestler. "Andre The Giant" is the subject and the title of a brilliant new HBO documentary, and we speak to the show's producer Matt Maxson about Andre's amazing life, his Olympian drinking, his deep-rooted unhappiness, and the gilded cage that his gigantic frame came to represent. We also discuss the best two weeks of Conor Murray's life, the funniest book of all time, and Eoin's favourite Samuel Beckett story.... Happy Eoin McDevitt Day everyone!
The Traders chat round five teams LIVE. For more Fantasy content, head to afl.com.au/fantasy
Josh Newberg of Noles 24/7 Joined The Bill King Show To Talk All Things Noles Football-
On this episode, a bad Leafs / Raptors lawsuit (also Jesse's mic isn't working properly for the beginning portion of the show) (00:00), Steve, Adam, and Jesse make their Stanley Cup Playoff predictions (10:00), Marc Savard joins the show! (43:00), and the management of the Sens, Canadiens, Islanders, and Sabres LOVE to say things to the media (1:02:00). Originally aired: April 12, 2018 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/8-ZqWNMyQJo Merch: https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/fancydangleshirts Follow us on Twitter: @Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram: @SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Subscribe to us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/steve-dangle-podcast/id669828195?mt=2
The new Premier League Anthem will be heard at all 380 matches in 2016/17
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, John Brewin and the Racing Post’s Mark Langdon to take a look back at the weekend in which Manchester City finally, formally, won the Premier League, which was effectively sewn up in October. City did it thanks to a not entirely uncharacteristic slip-up by their city rivals at home to West Brom. We ask whether Pep Guardiola could win the league if he swapped jobs with José Mourinho. Elsewhere in the Premier League, important wins for Crystal Palace and Huddersfield in their bids for survival, Liverpool steamroller on and Arsenal take their losing streak on the road to an astonishing five games. Wolves secured their return to the Premier League after Fulham slipped up, allowing Cardiff to reclaim their place in the second automatic promotion spot, and Nottingham Forest finally ended a six-game goal drought. Archie Rhind-Tutt is on the phone to tell us about Bayern Munich’s new manager before Mark gives us a round-up of the rest of the major European leagues. Back on Monday!
The Traders chat round four teams LIVE. For more Fantasy content, head to afl.com.au/fantasy
Bem amigos do Bola Presa, podcast novo no ar! Nesta temporada celebramos a chegada dos PLAYOFFS! O momento mais esperado do ano. Mas antes de falar das séries, comentamos as rápidas demissões dos técnicos Jeff Hornacek, do NY Knicks, e Frank Vogel, do Orlando Magic. Também palpitamos sobre o Denver Nuggets, que lutou por uma vaga nos Playoffs até a prorrogação do 82º jogo da temporada. Depois fomos ao que interessa e falamos de Playoffs. Palpitamos sobre cada uma das séries e sobre quem tem mais chance de vencer os 8 duelos desta primeira rodada. No Both Teams Played Hard respondemos perguntas sobre o Hall da Fama do Basquete, o canarinho putaço da Seleção Brasileira e o pick-and-roll de Steph Curry e Kevin Durant. Nesta Edição Carinha do Jabá: 2:42 Demissões de técnicos: 8:23 Séries do Leste: 22:25 Séries do Oeste: 45:01 Both Teams Played Hard: 1:17:43
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons connects with Chuck Klosterman to discuss Tiger Woods and his legacy through the lens of Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian's recent book 'Tiger Woods' (3:05); the NBA playoffs, including Anthony Davis and all five of Rajon Rondo's levels (42:20); and a quarterback-rich NFL draft (1:08:40).
Now with under two weeks to play, there seem to be persisting rumors as to how the top of the 2018 NFL Draft might shake out. If that holds form, what do the Buffalo Bills do to try and land their QB? Joe Buscaglia and Matthew Fairburn of NYUpstate.com tackle that exact topic, along with what the Richie Incognito retirement means to the team's draft plans.
Four wins on the spin. We've have to try and find more words about this beautiful football team. Alex is joined by a bumper team of Norman, Adam, Charlotte & Micky to discuss yet another belting day supporting this club. We talk about how far United came after a shaky first half. Loads of love for Matt Ritchie and Mo Diame (amongst others). There's loads to talk about as United were just so good, again. If you like the free show we produce help us keep it free by subscribing to our extra content - we do 2 - 4 additional podcasts per week for a weekly fee of £1.25 - less than half a pint. Get more info here: https://www.patreon.com/tfpodcast