The Midland Tribune's Brian Lowry joined Will O'Callaghan to discuss Stephen Wallace being removed as Offaly football manager and Paul Rouse's appointment
It's the height of spring sports at Oklahoma, but everyone is talking about the future of Kyler Murray as the baseball draft approaches. We tell you what we think will happen with his future in Norman. We also get into the tackle position at Oklahoma after the Sooners have just received a commitment from a junior college offensive tackle. Eddie is now a morning radio guy. But wait, so is Carey... The latest in recruiting, baseball updates and Bob Przybylo is here to talk hoops recruiting after OU snags Wichita State transfer Austin Reaves. The full rundown follows below: OPEN - Eddie has become a morning person by force 0:04:30 - Carey wants Eddie to stop cussing now that he's on the radio more so he doesn't get fired 0:07:00 - Golf is polishing off a regional victory and softball gets set to host their own regional. 0:09:50 - Bob breaks down OU's newest commitment David Swaby. Does this say anything about the status of OU's tackles? 0:14:00 - Trying to predict scout team players who will emerge during the regular season 0:20:40 - Kyler Murray's future in baseball. Lincoln Riley just stated what he has said all along: He and Kyler are on the same page. 0:32:30 - Eddie's baseball talk 0:35:30 - Spencer Rattler's national ranking 0:41:30 - Strange stories about player's families during games 0:48:50 - The strange history of OU not landing great national receivers 0:50:40 - Will #Nattys4Patty return Eddie? 0:55:15 - Josh went to visit OU commit Jarrian Jones 0:59:30 - Where are we with the eyeball emojis right now? 1:06:05 - Carey gives an update on the Bonney family after his story about the NFL Draft night. 1:10:00 - Austin Reaves chooses Oklahoma and Lon Kruger has pieced together another team 1:16:15 - What should Trae Young do with his shoe deal? 1:22:20 - Are you ready to bet on sports Oklahoma? 1:23:50 - We finally get to the morning radio shows and the censor has to come out. 1:25:00 - Laurel or Yanni?
Fantasy Football Podcast for May 22nd, 2018. On today’s show, Andy, Jason and Mike defend their early fantasy football rankings, while demanding each other to “Explain Yourself!” Find out which players and hot takes are stirring up the biggest debates. We also discuss how much we factor in divisional defenses when drafting and take some time to answer some listener questions! Prep your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams for 2018 with the #1 fantasy football podcast. Want to see the show live? Visit BallersLive.com for details on the Fantasy For The People Tour! Get ready for the fantasy football season: Join our Fantasy Football community! Get the Ultimate Draft Kit on pre-order right now! Connect with the show: Visit us on the web Support us on Patreon Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Subscribe on YouTube Want even more fantasy football goodness? Visit our community forums to chat everything fantasy football anywhere you go. Love the show? Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! Check out today's sponsors: SeatGeek.com -- Code: FOOTBALLERS Pristine Auction Our studio sponsor: Draft.com/Ballers
Barcelona threw away the chance to complete an unbeaten season in La Liga by resting Lionel Messi to ensure his availability for a moneymaking midweek friendly in South Africa. Meanwhile, Manchester City reached the 100-point mark in the Premier League. Is it too early to say The Game's Gone? Also under discussion are Mauricio Pochettino's "shtones" challenge to Daniel Levy, and the fact that Mikel Arteta is now the favourite to take over Arsenal. We talk to Tariq Panja of the New York Times about some of the big changes that are being considered in football's future. FIFA have been presented with a radical new idea for the World Club Cup - what has been suggested, and who is behind it? Arsene Wenger says a European super league is "inevitable" - is he right? And what about a new threat to the TV money that financially underpins the game? Richard Keys and Andy Gray have thoughts...
Doug Pederson and Carson Wentz spoke about their plans for this season at OTAs this morning.
On the Soccer Republic extra podcast, former Shamrock Rovers and Sligo Rovers striker Padraig Amond on his days in the league and what the future may hold. Also Cory Galvin of Bray Wanderers on his hopes for the rest of the season. Guests this week are Stuart Byrne and Johnny McDonnell
Theo Von jumps in once again as special guest host with Brendan and finally receives his championship belt! The guys talk soy cocaine, tofu tits, nose taint, clear Pepsi, masturbating while jumping, Theo as Rat King, Brendan as bee hive face, comedy acoustics, bumper cars, random punches to the face Korean mermaids and much more.
No programa desta semana falamos sobre as semifinais de conferência da NBA, projetamos as decisões e tratamos de Chris Paul, o Mr Baller da semana. Conversamos com Romulo Mendonça, narrador dos canais ESPN que irá pros EUA narrar suas primeiras finais da liga. No Brasil, papo com Guerrinha, técnico do finalista Mogi, análises sobre o eliminado Flamengo e os finalistas Mogi e Paulistano. Por fim, a decisão da LBF entre Campinas e Sampaio Corrêa.
Premier League-säsongen har nått sitt slut och kampen om fjärdeplatsen levde hela vägen in i sista omgången. Vi blickar tillbaka på säsongen som varit - händelser, avgörande ögonblick samt det som formade säsongen. Allt detta + "prisutdelning" för säsongens höjdpunkter.
Part 2 of our End of Season Podcast. It's also the last pod of the season! We chat the summer to come, including summer spending, who's out, who's in and who might stay after all? We also talk transfer rumours and being picky about signing big players. A big thank you to YOU for listening and downloading the podcast this season. We hope you have enjoyed. Fancast will return - August 2018. Follow us for the timebeing on: Twitter: @WWFCFancast Facebook: Wolves Fancast Instagram: wolves_fancast Email: [email protected] Web: wolvesfancast.com Merch: Go to wolvesfancast.com and click on 'Shop'
Alex and Si were delighted to be joined by BBC Radio Newcastle's chief NUFC commentator Matthew Raisbeck to look back at the season just gone. Matthew commentated on every single NUFC game home and away last season so we pick his brains for the highs and lows in the season just gone. Also we discuss with Matthew the uncertainty surrounding Rafa's future and get Matthew's opinion on the summer ahead. Many thanks to Matthew for his time. Follow him on twitter https://twitter.com/raisbeck10?lang=en If you like the show sign up for a summer's worth of bonus podcasts for £1.25 per week: https://www.patreon.com/tfpodcast
It's Kel's 30th Birthday and he sowed up read with more than a few hot takes. Meanwhile, Andreas talks about his sudden rash of Twitter debates.