Max Rushden is joined by Jacob Steinberg and Paolo Bandini in the studio to review day four’s action, as two of the tournament’s favourites faltered at the first hurdle. Starting with Germany, we speak to Archie Rhind-Tutt, out in Moscow, about Mexico’s shock 1-0 win over the reigning champions and the headlines in German papers before the game about building a wall to keep Mexico out. What’s the German word for deriving pleasure from someone else’s misfortune? In part two we discuss Brazil’s limp draw with Switzerland, whose equaliser caused much VAR-related consternation. Serbia beat Costa Rica 1-0, the goal coming from their captain, and Roma defender, Aleksandar Kolarov, allowing Paolo to attempt to get off a Serie A gag - we’ll leave it to you to decide whether he succeeded. Finally, we look ahead to tomorrow’s games, including England’s World Cup opener with Tunisia - we speak to Dom Fifield who’s out in Volgograd. There’s also a word of warning to Belgium: don’t underestimate Panama, and news of a Swedish spy at South Korea’s training session.
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal on the 'Any Given Wednesday' set to discuss Week 2 NFL matchups, Al Michaels's double shift (13:00), Bill's Giants-Pats Super Bowl prediction (21:00), RG3's injury bug (28:00), the irrelevant Falcons (36:00), Baby Doll's Emmy prediction (44:00), and Sal's first week on Facebook (52:00).
The Traders chat round 14 teams LIVE. For more Fantasy content, head to afl.com.au/fantasy
Bem amigos do Bola Presa, mais um podcast no ar! Nesta semana finalizamos a análise da Final da NBA que tínhamos começado na semana passada. Falamos do Jogo 4, do título do Golden State Warriors, da MÃO QUEBRADA de LeBron James e do seu futuro como Free Agent. Também falamos de como o bi-campeão irá caçar motivação para a próxima temporada e, para seguir os trabalhos, falamos sobre o Draft 2018: quem são os principais nomes, os times com as escolhas mais altas e que histórias deveremos seguir na próxima quinta-feira. No Both Teams Played Hard respondemos perguntas sobre teto salarial, ASTROLOGIA, "jerseys" e um leitor que está viajando no tempo. Nesta Edição: Carinha do Jabá - 3:58 Copa do Mundo - 5:30 Basquete - 6:40 Both Teams Played Hard - 1:00:55
Kefin and Jo look at one of wrestling's most controversial non wrestlers! The former head writer of WWE, WCW and TNA we chart a course through Vince Russo's writing style, impact and legacy.
On this weeks #TouchlineFracas the lads discuss; The World Cups matches so far including a deeper insight into France, Germany, Spain and England. Get involved in the discussion using #TouchlineFracas Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TouchlineFracas Visit www.touchlinefracas.co.uk/shop/ to buy your PnP Tshirts This weeks show featured; Lewis - @Lewbob91 Leroy - @SimplyLee14 Disu - @D1sunomics Ife - @MrMeeds Pelumi - @Pelzic/@CoachingQuad Shaq - @ShaqSZN
The Board of Regents met Monday morning as Carey, Eddie and Bob all made their way to the meeting. President Designate James Gallogly made waves with some of his statements, while Lincoln Riley and most of his assistants got raises and extensions. Castiglione also talks about the plans to build an entirely new softball complex as well as beer sales and west side stadium expansion. With the Rivals 5-Star Challenge taking place in Atlanta next week, we give a preview of our biggest recruiting event of the year. What will be different for the Sooners in Atlanta this time around? OPEN - Lincoln Riley gets a $4.8 million payday 0:07:40 - New OU president James Gallogly goes scorched earth in his first regents meeting appearance 0:13:20 - Castiglione then has to put forth a plan to the regents and Gallogly about a new $22 million softball complex 0:15:45 - We finally let Josh join the podcast after sitting through the Gallogly/Castiglione talk. And of course it's soccer talk 0:18:40 - Joe Castiglione doesn't have to be worried about a college stealing Riley, but maybe the NFL? 0:26:30 - Will OU ever sell beer at athletic events? Joe Castiglione weighs in. 0:35:00 - Joe Castiglione gives an update on the timetable for the west side of the stadium. 0:44:23 - Is Bob Stoops coming back to the job he held last year? 0:47:30 Assistant coaches raises 0:55:50 - Joe Castiglione talks about his philosophy on paying assistant coaches 1:01:04 - Recruiting personnel and their place in athletic departments across the country. 1:04:50 - Joe Castiglione talks about the plan for a new softball facility 1:11:45 - Lauren Chamberlain in the ESPN the Magazine body issue 1:17:45 - Bob is very, very excited to talk about wrestling on the podcast 1:20:30 - Clarke Stroud replaces Matt McMillen 1:25:40 - We're off to Atlanta for the Rivals 5-Star Challenge. What do we know about participants? 1:31:00 - OU already way ahead in recruiting from where they've been in recent memory at 5-Star Challenge 1:39:10 - Rivals 5-Star Challenge memories of the past 1:4745 - Probably no podcast next week
USA TODAY Sports columnist Dan Wolken and college football reporter Paul Myerberg bring the Football Four podcast back for the 2018 season. Among the topics discussed are Mike Leach trafficking in conspiracy theories, Nebraska's first year prospects under Scott Frost, the Mike Gundy-Mike Holder feud at Oklahoma State, Kyler Murray's decision to play football this year at Oklahoma and the looming Clemson quarterback decision.
The Traders chat round 13 teams LIVE. For more Fantasy content, head to afl.com.au/fantasy
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons, still coming down from the NBA Finals, talks LeBron's hand injury, the media aftermath of a finals sweep, and legacy implications for Kevin Durant and Steph Curry (3:15), before sitting down with Bryan Curtis to revisit NBA Finals narratives, the NBA replay, the NBA and NFL offseasons, and more (24:28).
Bud Elliott and Ingram Smith discuss the Seminoles winning the softball world series, the baseball team's blunder after a good season, and answer your football recruiting questions.
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning and Philippe Auclair in the studio to discuss all the drama on day three in Russia. Jonathan Wilson joins us fresh from watching Iceland clinch an incredible draw against Argentina, which included a penalty saved from Lionel Messi. The day started with VAR controversy as France edged past Australia in a game which featured two penalties and needed the use of goal line technology for the winner. In part three we preview Sunday’s offering which starts with Costa Rica v Serbia in Group E before holders Germany kick off their campaign versus Mexico in Group F. Brazil then take on Switzerland to round off day four.
Brendan and Bryan discuss Bryan's psoriasis scaring kids, UFC 225 and judging, CM Punk, rowdy Carolina crowds, NBA finals and Lebron James, girls googling Bryan and Brendan's net worth, smuggling money in bungholes, Kratom updates, animal attacks, unwillingness to return purchased items and much more!
Rog and Davo do an Emergency live pod from Minneapolis Airport in which they discuss Ronaldo's GOAT-like performance against Spain in a World Cup Instant Classic.
Doug McIntyre of Yahoo Sports and Paul Tenorio of The Athletic join host Ives Galarcep to break down the 2018 World Cup, with an in-depth look at the groups, players to watch and predictions.
Season 8, Episode 117 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and in this Tuesday show, Alex Kozora sits in for David Todd again and we get right to talking about Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger being ranked 18th on this year’s top 100 players of 2018 list. Roethlisberger talked about his contract situation over the weekend, so Alex and I examine his quotes on the subject and discuss if he’ll sign another new long-term before calling it career. We also talk about the state of the Steelers offensive line entering the 2018 season. Alex and I then turn our attention to linebackers and pregame tape study before having a conversion about the current pecking order at the inside linebacker position. I released my latest Steelers 53-man roster prediction on Monday, so Alex and I review that in addition to talking about if this year’s Week 1 team will ultimately include a player not currently under contract. How bullish is too bullish when it comes to rookie season expectations for running back Jaylen Samuels? Alex and I hit that topic hard and go back in time to talk about previous Steelers running backs and how they performed statistically during their rookie seasons. We close out the show by talking quickly about rookie quarterback Mason Rudolph and his 2017 season at Oklahoma State as part of me contextualizing all his pass attempts in a current series on the site. As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here in this post. Thanks for listening and don't forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends! The new message hotline is (814) 429-YINZ
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by his old friend Jalen Rose to talk about what NBA players do in Cleveland, Kawhi Leonard's "Pre-Agency," some of Jalen's NBA seasons, the Kardashians/Jenners' impeccable NBA scouting, all-time greats, LeBron's next move, where Kevin Durant may end up in the next few years, Jalen's new morning show schedule, and more.
Max Rushden is joined by Paul Doyle and Marcela Mora y Araujo in the studio to dissect day eight in Russia, where Argentina were crushed by Croatia in Group D after a Willy Caballero howler gifted Ante Rebic the opener. The panel debate whether Lionel Messi was to blame for his side crumbling to a 3-0 defeat to leave them on the brink of an early World Cup exit, while Kieran Pender joins us fresh from watching another VAR decision help Australia secure a draw against Denmark to keep their hopes of making it out of Group C. Kylian Mbappé’s first tournament goal was enough to secure France a place in the last 16 and break Peru’s hearts who again came close but ended up with nothing in Ekaterinburg. In part three we chat to Dominic Fifield who has the latest from the England camp in Repino amid an apparent leak of the team to start against Panama on Sunday. The panel also look ahead to Friday’s offering where Brazil kick things off against Costa Rica and Serbia go up against Switzerland in Group E. Argentina fans will be hoping for a draw as Nigeria take on Iceland in between. Back tomorrow! If you think this podcast is worth something, then you can support The Guardian from as little as £1 – and it only takes a minute.