The first Willie Taggart coaching staff at FSU is complete. Bud and Ingram run down any of the coaches we haven’t covered yet. We also discuss the newly released FSU football schedule for 2018. 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]
Bem amigos do Bola Presa, mais um podcast no ar! Nesta edição falamos sobre o crescimento do Miami Heat, que embalou nas últimas semanas e alcançou a 4ª colocação do Leste. Discutimos como a equipe de Erik Spoelstra e Goran Dragic chegou lá e se a segunda metade da temporada do time será tão boa como a do ano passado. Também lembramos das ameaças de troca que já começam a rondar a NBA com a proximidade do Trade Deadline: será que Hassan Whiteside está a salvo? Para onde vão Derrick Favors e Nikola Mirotic? Quem vai sobrar no LA Lakers? Falamos também sobre se Tyronn Lue e Billy Donovan correm perigo de perderem o emprego no Cleveland Cavaliers e no OKC Thunder. No Both Teams Played Hard respondemos a UM MONTE de perguntas sobre o UNIVERSO dos podcasts e sua audiência. Também comentamos sobre Jayson Tatum, sucesso no passado recente da NBA, nossas bandas favoritas, cálculos de um jovem matemático e a nova geração de não-americanos que domina a NBA. Por fim, resgatamos temas do podcast passado: torcidas organizadas e o desfecho do polêmico namoro entre primos. Nesta edição: Homenagem - 0:08 Jabá - 2:22 Basquete - 5:37 Both Teams Played Hard - 52:47
William Lou, Harsh Dave and Vivek Jacob recaps the Toronto Raptors’ dominant win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. - Five stars: Jonas Valanciuanas, Fred VanVleet, Pascal Siakam, Jakob Poeltl, DeMar DeRozan - Gerald Henderson award: LeBron James
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).
Rog talks with Belgium National Team manager Roberto Martinez about the differences between managing at the club and international level, what lessons the U.S. can learn from Belgium's youth development success, the preparation process for Russia 2018, and what it will be like to face England in the group stage.
John Barchard sits down with Charles McDonald from The Falcoholic & Football Outsiders to see if he thinks the Eagles should be underdogs along with finding out just how "hot" this Falcons team is right now. Plus John discuss the enemy of the state, Cian Fahey resigning at ESPN and the Eagles heading to London next year!
Turron Davenport & Barrett Brooks head to the UPperoooooooooommm and take you through the Eagles victory over the Falcons and look ahead to the big dance against the Vikings. Can Foles do the same things that he did last week? Will this defense be the shining star once again? All that and more on the Next LVL
Season 8, Episode 73 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and in this Monday show, David Todd and I get right to talking more about the Pittsburgh Steelers embarrassing home playoff loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. We have a lot of bad to talk about during this show when it comes to the offense and defense. We address key points during the game and how despite playing so poorly, the Steelers still had a fighter’s chance in the fourth quarter. We talk about how bad the Steelers coaching staff was on Sunday from top to bottom and try to speculate as to what kind of turnover there might be in the coming weeks. We focus on a few key decisions head coach Mike Tomlin made late in the game as well. After rolling through the game recap, David and I talk about draft needs the Steelers have in addition to the future of a few players currently under contract for next season. We talk about quarterback Ben Roethlisberger returning in 2018 and go over all the players set to be free agents as well. We cover a lot in this 90-minute podcast and will have a lot more for you on Wednesday and Friday. 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
John Davison, the Cricket Australia spin bowling coach, said he pushed hard to open the batting for Canada at the ICC Cricket World Cup of 2003 - a move that got its reward with his 67-ball hundred against the West Indies.
STRAIGHT OUTTA VEGAS (on 330 stations nationwide + Sirius 83) – with RJ Bell, Brad Powers, Steve Fezzik and host Steve Cofield - Recapping NFL Round 2 Saturday Playoffs and previewing Sundays Playoffs games - giving you the nuggets to help you win next week! More free picks, the best free odds, and free cash contests at Pregame.com
BLG makes his debut on the Counterpoint pod to talk Eagles/Falcons and... Mangos. Plus they open up the CP mailbag, try and figure out what the line is saying and a lot more!
The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and John Gonzalez unpack the drama surrounding the Los Angeles Lakers (0:58), evaluate the updated All-Star voting process (8:52), project the impact of players returning to action (14:38), and wonder if the Toronto Raptors could contend with the top-tier teams (20:24). Then they discuss some regrettable choices by players named Paul (24:49), react to eccentric news stories in basketball (30:47), and preview this week’s slate of games (34:01).
Season 8, Episode 72 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and in this Friday show, David Todd and I get right to talking more about what has transpired on the Pittsburgh Steelers injury report this week and whether or not we think cornerback Artie Burns, defensive end Stephon Tuitt and defensive tackle Javon Hargrave will play in Sundays home Divisional Round playoff game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. We discuss the options the Steelers will have on the defensive line should either Tuitt or Hargrave or even both wind up missing the game against the Jaguars. After breaking down the Steelers injuries, David and I move on to discuss the Thursday comments that Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell made to ESPN about him potentially getting the franchise tag again during the offseason. We look at Bell’s situation from several angles and even discuss the future running back market past this season. We finally move on to give our thoughts on all four Divisional Round playoff games that will take place this weekend and pick each of them against the spread. We give you one final quick breakdown of the Steelers game against the Jaguars in addition to our final score predictions. We close out this episode with some final thoughts on who should replace Jon Gruden on Monday Night Football and the offseason QB Camps. 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
Anik and Florian look back at the UFC’s Sunday nighter in St. Louis and preview this weekend’s UFC 220: Miocic v. Ngannou in Boston. Guests include VP of the UFC Performance Institute James Kimball and Oddsshark.com’s Justin Hartling.
Jump in with Eoin, Murph and Roy Keane for some of the week's highlights on the Second Captains World Service.
The guys talk Brendan's Golden Globes appearance, elevator showdown, silent vomiting spells, Bryan's mystery bulge, MJ's euro trip, rules for smuggling food into movies and planes, the refried beans Oprah challenge and much more.
Rog and Davo are joined by "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver for the MiB Television Show's Boxing Day Craptacular on NBCSN. They talk John's love for Liverpool, the Reds' season so far, and make predictions for the year ahead.
We actually did a podcast today without mentioning Baker Mayfield I think? Today was dominated about coaching moves by Jerry Schmidt and what this means for the future of Mike Stoops and Bill Bedenbaugh. We talk about Josh's week in San Antonio and the U.S. Army All-American game and some inside insight into how Brendan Radley-Hiles and DaShaun White ended up Sooners. More on OU early departures like Du'Vonta Lampkin and the return of Rodney Anderson. We talk about the future of OU's backfield as Abdul Adams looks to transfer. Also a preview of this weekend's official visits for football and some Trae Young, Big 12, OU hoops talk. the full rundown follows below: OPEN - 'Lil Sweet is Justin Guarine and that is still my favorite fact of 2017/2018 0:04:50 - Jerry Schmidt is leaving Oklahoma. Why did it happen? Where does OU go from here? 0:24:08 - How saving money on Jerry Schmidt could help secure Bill Bedenbaugh for the future. 0:27:58 - Is OU where they need to be in terms of salaries? 0:35:00 - Mike Stoops is dominating every conversation. We finally give our most real thoughts on the situation. 0:41:17 - Could Mike Stoops still be fired? We're not being naive about anything. 0:53:50 - Josh on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl coverage. Inside Bookie's announcement. 0:57:18 - How does Radley-Hiles reshape the cornerback position at OU? 0:59:42 - Sooners still need some bodies at safety Leon O'Neal 1:00:33 - DaShaun White and Leon O'Neal, do they relate to each other and help OU? 1:13:15 - Update on the weeks of Ron Tatum and Ronnie Perkins 1:18:37 - Early departures for OU football. Du'Vonta Lampkin surprises everyone 1:27:13 - Rodney Anderson has a talk with his family decides to return to OU. Abdul Adams and RB depth. 1:37:35 - The board is triggering Carey during the podcast 1:40:10 - Taking a moment for the Trae Young train. Big 12 talk and OU's place right now. 1:44:40 - OU's football recruiting weekend. Just a quick breakdown before we leave.