Guest: Jon Wilner – Pac-12 Hotline, San Jose Mercury News John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner about why Stanford is not an initially intimidating football team and why he chose Oregon as his “sleeper pick” in the AP Poll. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Hour 1 featured the Position Breakdown focused on the Nebraska Quarterbacks with coach Mario Verduzco before the guys ranked the Big Ten West signal callers.
On this weeks #TouchlineFracas the lads discuss; The opening weekend of the 18/19 Premier League season as well as the closing of the transfer window. Get involved in the discussion using #TouchlineFracas Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TouchlineFracas Leave us a review on Itunes. Visit www.touchlinefracas.co.uk/shop/ to buy your PnP Tshirts This weeks show featured; Morayo - @Whodeknee Shaun - @ShaunyPizzle Disu - @D1sunomics Ife - @MrMeeds Ellis - @Elliskco_I Julian - @LordJM_
No programa dessa semana fazemos um grande apanhado do que está acontecendo na NBA, no NBB, na seleção brasileira Sub-21 e no caso envolvendo o jogador Michael Uchendu, que está querendo sair de Bauru - e seu time afirma que é contra a legislação esportiva vigente. Vamos de Carmelo Anthony, passando por calendário da NBA, abordando também o título Sul-Americano da garotada, Yago Mateus, Esporte Interativo e Uchendu.
We're back in the Premier League people! Join Rich, Andy, Hoops and Mez and they talk transfers, Everton and Leicest. Andy teaches Mez some wrestling terminology and Rich takes on the role of quiz master while Dave is on holiday. Keep up to date with all things Wolves on twitter @wwfcfancast
Bud and Ingram break down what they've seen through the first three days of practice!
Cardinals utility man, and potential (and probable) NL MVP, Matt Carpenter joins the show to talk his salsa intake over the last few months, how much fun he's been having showing up to the ballpark every night, and what goes into the Cardinals' new daily team meetings that have helped right the ship.
Gab Marcotti and Natalie Sawyer are joined by Matt Dickinson and Oliver Kay after the opening weekend of the Premier League season. And it’s clear the rest of the division should be very worried by Manchester City after their comprehensive victory at the Emirates.
There’s no new broom at Arsenal who don’t look any different under Unai Emery. Paul Pogba’s cryptic comments about his manager open up a can of worms at Old Trafford. Are Manchester United and Mourinho acting a bit rich over their most expensive signing? And who’s more important to the club?
Also on the agenda – have English clubs backed themselves into a corner with the early closure of the transfer window? Plus Kante, Keita and a chronic lack of VAR.
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by ESPN fantasy football guru Matthew Berry to talk about their fantasy origins, the rise of fantasy sports, to PPR or not to PPR, snake drafts vs. auctions, and what a game-changer daily fantasy is. Then Matthew shares some strategies for this year's draft as well as some thoughts on the upcoming fantasy football season.
The Bill King Show Hr 1 8-14-18 The Best College Football Talk Presented By The Omni Nashville Hotel!
Fantasy Football Podcast for August 16th, 2018. On today’s show, we keep rolling through our fantasy football QB rankings with sleepers, streamers, and surprises! Which guys in the later rounds can help you win your fantasy football league? Also, is there such a thing as too many leagues? Prep your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams for 2018 with the #1 fantasy football podcast. Get ready for the fantasy football season: Join our Fantasy Football community! Get the Ultimate Draft Kit and dominate your league! Connect with the show: Visit us on the web Support us on Patreon Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Subscribe on YouTube Love the show? Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! Want even more fantasy football goodness? Visit our community forums to chat everything fantasy football anywhere you go. Check out today's sponsors: Quip Toothbrush Pristine Auction Tour and studio and sponsor: Draft.com/Ballers
On this edition of The A-Side Live Chat, Marc Raimondi and Shaun Al-Shatti talk about Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Conor McGregor, the surprisingly solid UFC 227 pay-per-view buy numbers, the recent UFC trend of adding backup fighters to key fights, Bellator 204, PFL 6, and more.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen's remarks prior to Sunday's practice.
Preseason camp is winding down and Lincoln Riley is getting ready to make a decision about his starting quarterback as classes get underway next week. Hear from Riley about where the competition stands and whether he would consider playing two quarterbacks. Riley also says the center position is the best battle of camp. We talk about our biggest takeaways from the last few days of fall camp on both sides of the ball as well as look ahead to the season opener a bit with Florida Atlantic. No chance this is a Houston repeat right? We talk about the Sooners getting two new Rivals five stars and Theo Wease moving up to the No. 2 player in the country. We also talk about some of the other moves in the Rivals 100 and 250 this week. The full rundown is below: OPEN - Carey almost died and didn't want to pod this week. Carey also has to pee in a cup. 0:06:20 - Morning practice session was not ideal. They really kicked us out fast. 0:07:20 - Lincoln Riley on his quarterback battle and the timeline for a decision 0:10:15 - Would Lincoln Riley play two quarterbacks and what does it mean that Austin Kendall blew off the media? 0:16:00 - The competition for starting center is the biggest battle in camp 0:21:43 - Scrimmage standouts from Monday according to Lincoln Riley 0:22:30 - One of our favorite subjects always seems to be who that No. 3 running back will be 0:25:24 - New Rivals rankings as Rattler and Bridges gain their fifth star. 0:31:30 - Josh talks about Rattler's fifth star 0:36:30 - We have decided DTY is the official name of DelarrinTurner-Yell and the emergence of Khalil Haughton 0:38:30 - Caleb Kelly update and his progress 0:39:50 - How tough is Florida Atlantic as an opener? 0:44:30 - A little bit of TCU talk 0:46:30 - Hard Knocks talk 0:48:45 - Maryland talk leads to a breakdown of Ben Stiller's characters in Heavyweights, Happy Gilmore and Dodgeball 0:50:20 - Huge podcast news 0:53:00 - Thank you for making SoonerScoop.com number one on Rivals with GetGear99 0:56:40 - We thank Josh for his yell talking contributions to the show and he tells us where he's headed this weekend to see recruits
The 2018 Iowa Hawkeyes are three weeks out from playing a real game, and ... we've suddenly got plenty of new stuff to talk about. Chad Leistikow and Mark Emmert give you more than an hour of fresh analysis off their two-day media blitz with the Hawkeyes. With media day and then the Kids Day scrimmage in the books, we break down the depth chart, talk suspensions and answer your questions. Enjoy!
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Paul Doyle and Nick Miller to discuss Atlético’s Super Cup win over Real Madrid, asking Sid Lowe whether Madrid are capable of competing without Zidane and Ronaldo. Speaking of Ronaldo, we preview his debut for Juventus this weekend with Paolo Bandini, react to Celtic’s tame defeat to AEK Athens and look ahead to this weekend’s Premier League fixtures. In part three, we debate La Liga’s controversial plan to hold games in North America, and Bristol Rovers’ questionable half-time entertainment. Back on Monday! PS: we’re doing a live show in Manchester on 5 September as part of the Football Writers’ Festival. Tickets and all other information here! PPS we’re heading to Oslo on 19 September. Find all the information you need here.
David Waters of Gators Breakdown Joined The Bill King Show To Talk All Things Gators Football-
We're two weeks from football. And minus Chad Leistikow this week, Ross Peterson and Mark Emmert did deep into all the unresolved position battles for the Iowa football team as we get nearer to that Sept. 1 opener.