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LEAD1 today from DC, Abilene Christian selects a search firm, Colorado College opens new Robson Arena, a strategic plan for college baseball from D1Baseball and much more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more of today's news and notes from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at www.d1ticker.com/.
We sat down with Grant Boone is a man who wears many hats. He is the voice of Abilene Christian Sports, hosts for LPGA events for Golf Channel and CBS Coverage of the Masters. He talks about his childhood growing up as the nephew of singer Pat Boone, how he got into broadcasting and some funny stories from his years as a broadcaster. @grantboone @ACUsports
Here are the most important things you need to know in and around college athletics, in 5 minutes or less, for Friday, September 10, including the Big 12's big day, an update from NCAA Constitution Committee Chair Robert Gates, AD changes at Southern Illinois and Abilene Christian and more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more news and updates from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at https://www.d1ticker.com/.
On this edition of the Pony Stampede Podcast, Billy Embody breaks down the 56-9 win for SMU over Abilene Christian, where Tanner Mordecai set a single-game passing touchdown record for the Mustangs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this edition of the Pony Stampede Podcast, Billy Embody previews SMU's season opener against Abilene Christian and also shares his 2021 season predictions for the Mustangs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this edition of In The Circle, Eric Lopez talks with Abilene Christian Head Coach Abigail Farler. The two discuss the big year ahead for the program as ACU moves from the Southland Conference to the WAC. Farler discusses transitioning conferences as well as how the program navigated that transition over the last year and what is ahead for them in 2022.
In this edition of In The Circle, Eric Lopez talks with Abilene Christian Head Coach Abigail Farler. The two discuss the big year ahead for the program as ACU moves from the Southland Conference to the WAC. Farler discusses transitioning conferences as well as how the program navigated that transition over the last year and what is ahead for them in 2022.
It's July, which means it's showcase season in the world of high school basketball and college basketball recruiting is at a fever pitch.! Thousands of hoopers across America are traveling with their teams in hopes of being noticed by college coaches. In this episode, Coach Erik DeRoo, of Abilene Christian University in the WAC, shares his perspective of what NCAA Division 1 coaches are looking for in recruiting. He joins host David Walker, a former Harding University assistant basketball coach, to discuss the following: *What are all those coaches really doing on the baseline at these showcase events? *What does it mean if a coach is watching your games? *What criteria are they evaluating on?*Do the intangibles matter? *How can players best use social media in light of Name, Image and Likeness? *What goes into being a college coach?*How to get noticed by your dream school? And much more! Follow us! Twitter: @TheIronHorsePodInstagram: @ironhorsepodFacebook.com/ironhorsepodEmail us: email@example.comIronhorseathletics.org
Plenty more big news this week as WAC Commissioner Jeff Hurd announces he's stepping down at the end of the year... Abilene Christian, Lamar, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin State officially become members of the WAC... Utah Valley's Fardaws Aimaq announces his NBA decision (we talk with Daws in segment 2)! Plus Eric Danner and Rachel Vigil talk NIL with WAC Associate Commisioner of Compliance and Governance Marlon Edge in segment 3!
Coach Patrice Days shares his journey from growing up in Baltimore to moving multiple times, coaching at multiple schools at multiple levels. After cutting his teeth at New Orleans he moved to Charlotte where he was their Director of Player Development. Despite being at the NCAA DI level he decided to move to Florida and coach high school basketball. He coached at Arlington Country Day School and helped turn them into a national powerhouse before moving on to Vermont Academy. Coach Days would get his first Assistant Coach position at the NCAA level when Joe Golding hired at Abilene Christian, from there he moved onto Wright State, and then Southern Utah. Cliff Ellis hired him to his coaching staff at Coastal Carolina where they advanced to two postseason tournaments in four seasons. Coach Days talks about working for a legend, and what made him decide to become an Assistant Coach at East Tennessee State after they'd been getting bad press as of late.
Keeper of the Games is back and even without Weston Mills, who is out sick this week, we are ready to roll with Blake Cripps and Tommy Castor! (04:33) We lead off the show with a topic we've been saying for weeks should actually lead the show, and we finally do it. Wichita State Softball continues to be on a roll. They took 3 of 4 games from UCF last weekend (the 4th game ended in a 0-0 tie) before snapping their win streak on Wednesday vs. Kansas. The Shockers control their own destiny to snag a conference regular season title. Shocker baseball had a rough weekend vs. Tulane, but look to bounce back against Cincinnati this weekend. (26:12) The Kansas City Royals are still, at the time of this recording, in 1st place in the AL Central with a record of 10-7 after their walk-off win vs. the Rays. Their pitching has been suspect outside of Danny Duffy, but their hitting has been solid for the most part. That being said, is this 1st place record and the early success of the Royals fools gold? Blake and Tommy debate. (47:15) It continues to be a busy time in the transfer portal, for all 3 Kansas college hoops teams. For WSU, they add Joe Pleasant from Abilene Christian, while Tyson Etienne declares for the NBA Draft. KU and KSU are also dealing with players announcing they are leaving, but both teams continue to pick up new players. Also on this episode, the guys discuss the breaking news that Marcus Garrett will not return to KU and will declare for the NBA Draft with the intent to stay in the draft. (1:13:24) It's our #WichitaWhiparound and this week we discuss Friends University baseball and soccer and Wichita Wind Surge single game tickets now on sale. We end the show with a discussion on the next KU football coach, plus an update about Newman University baseball this weekend. Make sure to hit subscribe so you never miss an episode. You can listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio and more! Check out our new website at www.kogsports.com. Watch full episodes on YouTube and Facebook by searching for Keeper of the Games. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KOGpod. Follow Weston @Wmills94, Blake @becripps & Tommy @TweetsFromTommy. #KOGpod
Nate Beutel, NCCC's Sports Information Director, Athletic Scheduling Coordinator and Head Softball Coach, is in his ninth season in charge of the women's basketball program at the school. Beutel's teams have advanced to nine consecutive Region III Div. II Final Fours with the last three years culminating in the only three regional titles in school history. The prior three seasons, NCCC finished as runners-up. The four-time Region III Div. II Coach of the Year (2020-21, 2018-19, 2015-16 & 2013-14) was instrumental in the development of four NJCAA Div. II All-Americans (Paige Emborsky, 2019-20; Kenetria Redfern, 2018-19; Taliyah Hopkins, 2016-17; Jaclyn Welch, 2013-14), five Region III Div. II Players of the Year (Alaina Forbes, 2020-21; Paige Emborsky, 2019-20; Kenetria Redfern, 2018-19; Jaclyn Welch, 2013-14; Kristine Ripson, 2012-13) and 33 All-Region players. He's also helped move more than two dozen players on to four-year programs in that time with more than half of them earning athletic scholarships, including five at the NCAA Div. I level (Cierra Harrison, Detroit; Nickelle O'Neil, Saint Peter's; Aubrey Halloran, Niagara; Paige Emborsky, Abilene Christian; Kenetria Redfern, Maryland-Eastern Shore). Beutel came to NCCC after spending two seasons as the head boys varsity basketball coach at Grand Island High School. Beutel also spent time coaching at Medaille College and Wilson High School. He is also the head softball coach at NCCC and an assistant varsity football coach at nearby Starpoint High School. He previously spent two seasons as the head women's lacrosse coach for the Thunderwolves and has taught as an adjunct professor of both sport management and physical education at NCCC. The Sanborn native and former three-sport standout at Starpoint High School earned a bachelor's degree in sport management and a master's degree in elementary education from Medaille College. He currently resides with his wife Annmarie in North Tonawanda. Twitter https://twitter.com/CoachBeutel (@CoachBeutel)
(00:00-21:00) – Friday’s show opens with Dan running a tad late, so show producer Jimmy Cook begins the show and cues up Dan’s conversation with hall of fame Coach Roy Williams from yesterday’s show. Later, Dan arrives and talks on his wagers currently out on The Masters, and examines the beef between Golden State Warriors Star Forward Draymond Green and US Women’s National Team Star Captain Megan Rapinoe regarding the pay gap in Men’s and Women’s sports. (21:01-35:07) – WIBC’s Jason Hammer and Rob Kendall stop by to give us their best bets at Augusta with the chase for the Green Jacket at The Masters ongoing. (35:08-42:10) – Dan’s niece Emily Ehman of the Big Ten Network joins to discuss the story she broke about the NCAA not providing broadcasters and other elements that were absent or lacking for the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship. (42:11-1:03:52) – Senior Vice President of the NCAA Dan Gavitt joins the show to take us through the amazing success of March Madness and the NCAA Tournament here in Indiana. Plus, a reflection on the type of events we were watching a year ago amid the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic. Later, Dan talks at the struggles of Men’s soccer to take of in the United States and praises Women’s soccer for their dominance on the global stage. (1:03:53-1:17:34)– Dan gives us the lowdown on what’s happening right now at The Masters. Also, Dan and Jimmy share their Masters’ weekend routine, particularly their prep for the Back 9 on Sunday. (1:17:35-1:27:30) – The second hour closes with Dan talking more on the lack of popularity for Men’s Soccer here in the US and how they have struggled mightily his entire life. Plus, a Masters update and a look at today’s Cubs game. (1:27:31-1:52:14) – The Fan’s own Kevin Bowen stops by the show to talk on what bets he’s placed to this point in The Masters Tournament and who he likes for a potential live bet as the weekend rolls on. Later, with the NFL Draft fast approaching, KB shares his thoughts on the Colts offseason moves and what he’s been most disappointed in by Indianapolis. Later, when the dreaded Dan remote disconnection strikes Kevin and Jimmy look at the Masters leaderboard and discuss what they’re looking at as the tournament unfolds. (1:52:15-2:02:53) – We come back from break with Dan and Jimmy discussing their favorite moments from this year’s NCAA Tournament, including Jalen Suggs shot to send Gonzaga to the National Championship Game and 14 seed Abilene Christian’s upset win over 3 seed Texas. Also, Dan looks back at KB’s break down of the current status of the Colts. Dan expands on that and shares how he feels about the current Colts regime. (2:02:54-2:10:29) – The week concludes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of The JCook Parlay of the Day. Plus, Dan gives some final thoughts on Masters’ bets for the weekend and thanks you, the listeners, for all their support. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As he basked in the glow of a win over Michigan, UCLA coach Mick Cronin was asked whether he thought he had the kind of team in his second season in Westwood to make a Final Four run. Cronin thought for a moment about five-star prospect Daishen Nix, who reneged on his commitment to the Bruins for the G League. Then he thought about the season-ending knee injury to Chris Smith, his top returning player, and backup forward Jalen Hill’s departure midway through the season for personal reasons. With those three? Maybe. Without them? “Hell no,” Cronin said. Yet here they are. One of college basketball’s traditional powers, relegated to underdog status throughout the tournament, marching through heavyweights (Michigan State), upstarts (Abilene Christian and BYU), the flavor of the day (Alabama) and the team everyone had pegged as a championship contender since January (Michigan).Two of the wins in overtime. Two more white-knucklers. Only one in which the Bruins were given a chance. Next up is the overall No. 1 seed Gonzaga on Saturday night in the program’s 19th trip to the national semifinals. Today on AirTalk, we’re previewing UCLA’s game against Gonzaga tomorrow. Thoughts? Give us a call at 866-893-5722. With files from the Associated Press GUEST: Ben Bolch, UCLA beat writer at the Los Angeles Times; he tweets @latbbolch
We had to do it. You may know him as the “Horns Down Guy” or simply the hype man in one of this year’s top cinderella stories in the NCAA Tournament. Well, now we’re the hyped ones because we got Abilene Christian University and March Madness fan-favorite Paul Hiepler on the podcast! Don’t worry, it’s just as awesome as you’d expect it to be. Hiepler has been in the national spotlight both on social media and in the basketball world ever since Abilene Christian University upset Texas in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Of course the world went crazy over the “Horns Down” and pump-up memes, but we wanted to really dive into the importance of his role and just how effective his leadership and energy was to this team’s success. It’s easy to talk about the 20-point per night guys, but we truly embrace the guys who push those 20-point per night guys every single day in practice and bring that same energy when it matters most. We loved our time with Paul. The boxscore will never show just how valuable and important he was to this program’s success over the last 4 years, but we hope this episode will shine some light on it. We also hope our listeners will have a whole different appreciation not only for Paul’s role, but also for Abilene Christian University and the amazing obstacles this group had to overcome on their road to success. Paul and Abilene Christian University may have busted your bracket, but they also earned your respect. After talking to Paul, he forever has ours and we know you’re going to love this one!Thank you Paul Hiepler!You can find this episode on Apple, Spotify or any source for podcasts! Follow us on social media! Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/notin.myhouse.79 Instagram- @Not_in_my_house_podcast Twitter - @NOTINMYHOUSEpc
Abilene Christian pulled off one of the most surprising upsets in this year's NCAA tournament, knocking off No. 3-seed Texas in a 53-52 bloodbath in the first round. Joe joined 68 Shining Moments to discuss that upset, how he pulled it off and what it means for him and his program moving forward. Presented by DraftKings Sportsbook, use promo code FIELD68 Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
Today on What's Trending, One week from Opening Day/ Whit Merrifield Show every Monday, Abilene Christian says win was worth 120 million to their school, Kansas City Roos G Brandon McKissic (SR) has received an offer from Kansas. Grad transfer, NBA Trade Deadline, and 15 and the Mahomies partnership with HBCU. Melvin Ingram left KC without a deal so Chiefs fans are freaking out a little bit. Would you give the Lance McCullers deal to Brad Keller? Mahomes got a WhataBurger to KC so we're discussing other businesses we should try to get to Kansas City. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the eighteenth episode of the Couch Fanatic Sports Podcast, Noah Domangue discusses all things sports from LSU baseball, to the first weekend of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Then, he breaks down all of the upsets and major storylines from the tournament thus far, such as: Loyola-Chicago, Oral Roberts, Syracuse, North Texas, Abilene Christian, UCLA, and many more! Finally, he ends the show with a complete breakdown of the NL Central, as he previews the upcoming season for the Cincinnati Reds, the Chicago Cubs, the Milwaukee Brewers, the Pittsburgh Pirates, and the St. Louis Cardinals. He also discusses each team's offseason moves, and he gives his predictions on how the NL Central will shape out this season... plus... BOLD PREDICTIONS! Also, Steve Perrault joins the show! Steve talks about the upcoming baseball season for the Red Sox, Alex Cora's presence, the MLB's inability to grow the game, and much much more! Check out our blogs at CouchFanaticSports.com Subscribe to our Youtube Channel @CouchFanaticSports Follow us on Instagram @CouchFanaticSports Follow us on TikTok @CouchFanaticSports Like us on Facebook @CouchFanaticSports Follow us on Twitter @CouchFanatic Follow us on Twitch @Noah_Domangue --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
John joins Amy to take a deep dive into the NCAA Tournament so far. John praises the Pac-12's success, having 4 teams advance into the Sweet 16. John goes on to point out why Michigan is the only Big Ten school left standing from the original 9 teams that made the tournament. John confesses that Abilene Christian upsetting Texas has been the biggest shocker of the tournament to this point. And lastly, John highlights what it was like to announce games in a unique college basketball season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Off a fantastic weekend of college hoops and the 2021 NCAA tournament, we’re back on the only digital radio show that devotes itself to Underdogs and we’re ready to make some more selections! Host T.J. Rives is back with special guests to talk more about “March Madness.” This is, especially after an opening weekend that saw 15th seeded Oral Roberts, 14th seeded Abilene Christian and 13 seeds Ohio and North Texas all come away with victories in weekend number one. First, T.J. welcomes Brian Edwards, senior handicapper of MajorWager.com and Vegas Insider, back aboard to go over what the Pac-12 did right in the Big Ten did wrong in the opening weekend of the tournament? Plus, Brian has a couple of Underdogs long plays out of the sweet 16 to make a run to win the tournament with tremendous odds in their favor. Then, in the middle of the show, T.J. welcomes in his “YouTube round table” with Jonathan Grella of “JAG public affairs” and also, a Villanova grad, to talk about whether the recent two-time national champions actually have a chance to make a run once again in the 2021 tourney in Indianapolis? T.J. is also joined on the video/audio segment by a Chicago sports radio reporter for over 40 years and new podcaster, George Ofman. George gives regional insight into what happened to Illinois Sunday and how Loyola-Chicago has now become the darling, once again, of this NCAA tournament? George also has more about his outstanding storytelling podcast, “Tell me a story I Don’t Know” that has featured the likes of ESPN’s Mike Wilbon, legendary former NBC sportscaster, Bob Costas and ESPN’s Mike Greenberg already. And, soon his show will have the likes of Steve Stone, Marv Albert and Dave Wannstedt among others. Then, Brian rejoins T.J. to go over the Sweet 16 games for Saturday and Sunday, including why he loves both Oregon State and Syracuse for Saturday’s games. T.J. makes a case for Oral Roberts, as a doggie and also, the Oregon Ducks on Sunday night, as the pooch, against Pac-12 rival USC. Tons of NCAA tourney Talk and of course Underdog selections can be found on “3 Dog Thursday” and make sure to subscribe / review us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.!! Follow - Twitter | InstagramWatch - YouTube | TwitchListen - Apple | SpotifyRead - SportsGamblingPodcast.comDiscuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - WynnBett | BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP"
The guys have a lot to get to after a thrilling weekend of NCAA tournament action. They break down the anatomy of all the big upsets, including Oral Roberts' shocking run, Loyola's thrilling win over Illinois, North Texas and Abilene Christian pulling big upsets, and the Pac-12's great weekend. They then preview the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight, giving our picks in each region. Then, they head to the coaching market, where there have been a lot of surprising moves made in recent days. They evaluate whether Ben Johnson can build a winner at Minnesota, the home run hire of Shantay Legans at Portland, and the question mark at Iowa State with the TJ Otzelberger choice.
On today's episode of the Locked On Sooners Podcast, part of the Locked On Podcast Network, John Williams and David Walker talk about the importance of the return of Caleb Kelly and Jalen Redmond, discuss the transfer of Chandler Morris and Gary Patterson's comments, and what Lincoln Riley had to say after Abilene Christian's big win over the University of Texas in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kevin proves he's not a movie guy, but it's time to roll the credits on the Shaka Smart era at Texas. Paul and Kevin detail why Texas should spring clean after the debacle against Abilene Christian and six years of utter mediocrity. Then, on to better things: Spring football! The last half of the show gives the 411 on key position battles and coaching challenges. Get your football on! Upgrade your financial life with Gabe Winslow at 832-557-1095. He will beat your best rate and take $500 off of closing - just mention EGAT. Welcome realtor Laura Baker to the EGAT family. Learn how this Austin insider can work for you at 512-784-0505. Then get your financial life in order with advisor David McClellan, contact him now for a free consult: 312-933-8823. Please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.
On today's Barstool Bench Mob, the first weekend of the 2021 NCAA Tournament is in the books. We have a Sweet 16 to look forward to next weekend. Marty, Jake, and Rico break down all the action from Sunday and Monday's Round of 32 games starting in the West Region (03:53). 2-seed Iowa goes down to 7-seed Oregon to end the season in a disappointing way. Did the Ducks have a rest advantage after not competing in the first round? They'll take on conference foe USC after the Trojans ran 3-seed Kansas out of the gym. At the top of the region, Gonzaga and Creighton breezed through their respective 2nd round games and will meet next weekend. Can Marcus Zegarowski and the Blue Jays do the impossible and take down the Zags? Next up, the South Region (12:39) where Oral Roberts is officially the Cinderella of the 2021 NCAA Tournament. Max Abmas and the Golden Eagles take down Florida and have a rematch with Muss Bus and the Razorbacks. Arkansas edged out Texas Tech sealing Marty's fate as he now has to face his punishment. And with Baylor and Villanova both moving on to the Sweet 16, do the Wildcats without Collin Gillespie have a shot against the Bears? We move onto the most chaotic region of the tournament, the Midwest Region (22:24), where the 2, 8, 11, and 12 seeds are left. Who is the favorite for the Final Four? Sister Jean makes her return to the Sweet 16. Loyola-Chicago looked like they were the top seed in their dominant win over 1-seed Illinois. The Ramblers take on Oregon State next Saturday after the Beavers take down Cade Cunningham and 4-seed Oklahoma State. And at the bottom of the region, Syracuse does it again. Can Buddy Boeheim lead the Orange to the Elite Eight over 2-seed Houston? And we wrap things up in the East Region (36:59) where, at the top, 1-seed Michigan outlasted 8-seed LSU. How far can Michigan go without Isaiah Livers? Can Leonard Hamilton lead the Seminoles to the Elite Eight after their big win over Colorado? The rest of the region featured routs as UCLA took care of business against Abilene Christian and Alabama blew out Maryland. How did Texas lose to Abilene Christian? Can Alabama win the whole thing? Rico thinks so. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob! And for the latest scores, news, and highlights from the NCAA Tournament, make sure to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
Head to http://FanDuel.com/Clay for all your betting needs!Big Ten collapses, Pac 12 surges in NCAA TourneyDeshaun Watson mess continues with two more civil lawsuits filedOutKick 360 is up and runningWoke sportswriters have gone insaneLoyola of Chicago dominatesFuhrman vs. ArkansasOregon State chirps at ClayIncredible win for Abilene Christian, VCU not playing against OregonClay recaps his Utah tripHead to http://XChairClay.com for $100 off!
Monday, March 22 2021: Get daily free sports picks, sports betting tips and advice from Teddy Covers and The Prez Monday through Friday on WagerTalk Today. On every show, the Dynamic Duo break down the biggest games on the board with special guest handicappers, giving out free NBA, college basketball, NHL, soccer and UFC picks, and they check-in with elite Vegas bookmakers to get legit inside info from real-life sharps.On Monday's show, Mid Major Matt Josephs and Steve Merril join Prez and Teddy for a breakdown of today's NCAA Tournament action. The guys offer their betting insight into Abilene Christian vs UCLA; USC vs Kansas; Oklahoma vs Gonzaga; and Colorado vs Florida State.
In this week's interview episode of The Flagship Podcast, we talk to Chuck Carlton, longtime Big 12 beat writer for The Dallas Morning News, about the state of Texas basketball under Shaka Smart as well as the start of Longhorns' spring football under Steve Sarkisian. Carlton, who is in Indianapolis covering the Big 12 teams in the NCAA Tournament, gives his thoughts on how Shaka Smart went from penthouse (winning UT's first Big 12 tournament) to outhouse (falling to 0-3 in NCAA Tournament play after being upset by 14th-seeded Abilene Christian) in the span of a week. With Texas set to open the new Moody Center a year from now, Carlton weighs in on who might make sense if Texas makes a change in basketball coaches - as well as just how much would cost if Texas wanted to go after Texas Tech coach Chris Beard. When it comes to spring football, Carlton offers up his top storylines heading into Sarkisian's first on-field practices as UT's new coach, including the Longhorns' quarterback battle between Casey Thompson and Hudson Card. Carlton also discusses his top concerns heading into UT's spring practices, which include the development of the offensive line. Carlton and our own Chip Brown of Horns247 go back and forth in a lively conversation about what sets Sarkisian apart from other former UT coaches when they took the job. Carlton and Brown also discuss whether Texas fans should be concerned about the UT quarterback situation or about who will replace Joseph Ossai as the team's primary pass rusher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
March Madness has been everything we needed it to be and more. Great basketball games, upsets all over the place, and just total chaos. The best weekend of the year and Eddie doesn't understand how Lunchbox feels so many emotions. Shout Out Oral Roberts, Ohio, Abilene Christian, Loyola Chicago, Syracuse, Oregon State and the list goes on. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ope, don't mind if we find our way back in your podcast feed there, because WE'RE BACK! Zach and Jake share their fandom for Abilene Christian, and they go through their bracket of things that make them happy. Is it related to sports? Eh. Does it make sense? Absolutely not. Was it entertaining? Sure! Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlurrySportsPod Website: http://flurrysports.org/
This year’s NCAA Tournament is clearly living in the upside down. With one more day to go, will Monday’s action be just as crazy as Sunday? Brad gets things started today with the late game as USC will take on Kansas. UCLA hopes to keep the Pac-12 winning streak alive when they take on Abilene Christian. The Big Ten has not represented well in the tournament so the recency bias kicks in when the guys talk about LSU and Michigan. Will “Roll Tad” be the motto for Colorado against Florida State? And the guys wrap up with the Ohio Bobcats and Creighton Blue Jays.
Greg recaps Sunday's college basketball results & what it says about the different conferences, chats with Jeff Parles about what we've seen thus far in the tournament preview Monday's games before Greg picks & analyzes ALL of Monday's NCAA Tournament & CBI games! Podcast Highlights Powered By BookIt Sports 3:14-Recap of Sunday's Results 17:25-Interview with Blake Lovell 37:41-Start of picks with Oklahoma vs Gonzaga 40:01-Picks & analysis for Ohio vs Creighton 42:02-Picks & analysis for USC vs Kansas 44:17-Picks & analysis for Oregon vs Iowa 46:33-Picks & analysis for LSU vs Michigan 49:01-Picks & analysis for Colorado vs Florida State 51:21-Picks & analysis for Abilene Christian vs UCLA 53:35-Picks & analysis for Maryland vs Alabama (NY Post Pick) 55:32-Start CBI Picks with Stetson vs Bowling Green 57:46-Picks & analysis for Coastal Carolina vs Bryant 59:36-Picks & analysis for Longwood vs Pepperdine 1:01:41-Picks & analysis for Bellarmine vs Army Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With the help of basketball savant Andrew Stem, Jack recaps the first three days of March Madness action LIVE on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Together they discuss the Tournament's biggest upsets and surprises, including 15 Oral Roberts, 14 Abilene Christian, 13 Ohio and 12 Oregon State all advancing, Ohio State, Texas and Virginia disappointing, VCU missing out on Tournament play, Syracuse, Texas Tech and UCLA heating up, LSU, Arkansas, Villanova and others impressing, an early look at round 2 matchups, and plenty more! Subscribe to the Jack Vita Show and follow along on Facebook (facebook.com/jackvitashow), Twitter (@JackVitaShow) and YouTube (youtube.com/jackvita), so you don't miss any of our NCAA Tournament coverage! Including recaps of every round of the Tournament. Next recap will be Tuesday morning at 10am Central Time with Paul Oren.
Arnie Spanier and Aaron Torres discuss the biggest games and wildest upsets of the Round of 64 in the NCAA Tournament! The guys react live as the final game of the night becomes one of the biggest upsets of the tourney, as #14 Abilene Christian holds of #3 Texas. Aaron breaks down the most significant factors that led to the likes of Oral Roberts, North Texas, and Ohio to pulling off major upsets. Sports Attorney Dan Lust joins the guys to give insight on the evolving situation surrounding Deshaun Watson. Plus, Bernie Fratto of Straight Outta Vegas joins the guys to handicap the second round and dish out the numbers on Vegas' hugely successful first few days of the tournament! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The guys recap an insanely profitable first round of March Madness picks, including a historic showing of the first half unders that went 26-7-3. Plus they break down all the exciting upsets including Oral Roberts, Ohio and Abilene Christian. Then they give out all their best bets for the March Madness games on Sunday and Monday as they give out their best bets for the second round of the NCAA Men’s Tournament. Follow - Twitter | InstagramWatch - YouTube | TwitchListen - Apple | SpotifyRead - SportsGamblingPodcast.comDiscuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP"
On Episode 65 of WIRED Up, March Madness Day Two had 5 hours of total CHAOS!!!! Abilene Christian, a 3,600 Student School from the Southland, beat $178 Million Powerhouse Texas by Playing Bad Basketball. Ohio Beat UVA, Maryland is an upset away, and UCLA has a clear path to the Sweet 16. Also, LeBron James is now out for the Lakers, and it really, REALLY matters. Plus, marveling at the Hawks’ 8 game win streak and laughing about Kenny Golladay, Joe Pleasant, and Eastern Washington’s Groves Brothers who scored 57 points against Kansas.
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Rico, Marty, and Jake recap a wild first round of the NCAA Tournament. We start in the West Region where Virginia officially ended it's courtship with Rico losing to 13-seed Ohio. Creighton barely escaped an upset bid from UCSB. How far can the Blue Jays go? And unfortunately we have our first COVID-related no-contest allowing Oregon to move on after VCU was forced to bow out. (02:31) Onto the South Region where Ohio State was stunned by Oral Roberts and North Texas topped Purdue further confirming Marty's Big Ten take. Plus - the bet has been set. A second round matchup between Arkansas and Texas Tech will determine whether Marty will take a difficult math test or Rico will be read the Berenstain Bears 47 times. (10:50) Moving to the Midwest Region - three double digit seeds advance to the round of 32. 12 seed Oregon State beat down Tennessee to continue their late-season run. But are they really a threat to Cade Cunningham and Oklahoma State? And we have an intra-state matchup between 1-seed Illinois and 8-seed Loyola-Chicago. On the bottom of the region, Jake's Orange dominated San Diego State setting up an old-school Big East battle with West Virginia. Plus - does Rutgers have a chance against Houston? (21:57) And finally to the East Region where Alabama has a very clear path to the Elite Eight after 3 double-digit seeds advanced to Monday. UConn disappointed against Maryland, UCLA took down BYU and Abilene-Christian shocked Texas. (28:44) Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.
We've got an even longer episode for you here than yesterday, because Saturday brought on a couple of major headlines in addition to tournament results. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander lead with VCU being removed from the NCAA Tournament, then dive into Abilene Christian's upset over Texas and run down everything from Saturday before tying a bow on the pod with a preview of Sunday's second round slate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brad is here with a bonus episode of the Fade Five with his favorite picks for day two of the NCAA tournament. Will we see another crazy upset like Oral Roberts? UCLA/BYU gets us started along with Abilene Christian and the Longhorns. Virginia takes on Ohio and Norfolk State has the not so pleasant task of trying to keep up with the number one team in the bracket, Gonzaga. Finally, the Oregon Ducks look to take care of VCU. Your bracket might be busted, but you still have a chance to win some cash today!
Greg recaps Friday's college basketball results, chats with Gabb Goudy about her bracket and balancing fandom with your bets before Greg picks & analyzes ALL of Saturday's NCAA Tournament & NIT games! Podcast Highlights Powered By BookIt Sports 4:08-Recap of Friday's Results 22:28-Interview with Gabb Goudy 46:05-Start of picks with Norfolk State vs Gonzaga 48:10-Picks & analysis for Missouri vs Oklahoma 50:31-Picks & analysis for UC Santa Barbara vs Creighton 53:00-Picks & analysis for Ohio vs Virginia 55:02-Picks & analysis for Drake vs USC 57:12-Picks & analysis for Eastern Washington vs Kansas 59:02-Picks & analysis for VCU vs Oregon 1:01:46=Picks & analysis for Grand Canyon vs Iowa 1:03:33-Picks & analysis for Michigan vs Texas Southern 1:05:26-Picks & analysis for St. Bonaventure vs LSU 1:07:50-Picks & analysis for Georgetown vs Colorado 1:10:08-Picks & analysis for UNC Greensboro vs Florida St 1:11:58-Picks & analysis for UCLA vs BYU 1:14:41-Picks & analysis for Abilene Christian vs Texas 1:16:42-Picks & analysis for Maryland vs UConn 1:18:52-Picks & analysis for Iona vs Alabama 1:20:57-Picks & analysis for Dayton vs Memphis 1:22:48-Picks & analysis for Mississippi State vs St. Louis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the latest episode of The CGA Tour, host Calvin Glen Alexander brings on 2 of the 3 in the trio of The Big 3 in OKC to discuss Abilene Christian and OKC's Coryon Mason, Updated NBA MVP Power Rankings, and how to fix the Sacramento Kings, plus Golden One sponsored Walter. With Joel DeNicolo and Walter Agnitsch. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecgatour/message
The NCAA Tournament is back and before we get to sit down and enjoy the games, there are bets to be made and we've got the entire first round covered starting with the first four (5:04). We're going rapid-fire, game-by-game so buckle up as we tackle close lines like Florida vs. Virginia Tech (11:55), monster lines with Baylor as 26 point favorites (14:12), and over/unders for what should be a high scoring game between Oklahoma State and Liberty (19:46). Get your full dose of round 1 picks before the games start. Matchups: Mount St. Mary's vs. Texas Southern (5:08) Drake vs. Wichita St. (6:46) Appalachian St. vs. Norfolk St. (9:45) Michigan St. vs. UCLA (10:55) Florida vs. Virginia Tech (11:55) Arkansas vs. Colgate (13:08) Illinois vs. Drexel (14:12) Texas Tech vs. Utah St. (14:59) Ohio St. vs Oral Roberts (15:47) Baylor vs. Hartford (16:23) Loyola Chicago vs. Georgia Tech (17:10) Tennessee vs. Oregon St. (19:04) Oklahoma St. vs. Liberty (19:46) North Carolina vs. Wisconsin (21:03) Houston vs. Cleveland St. (21:36) Purdue vs. North Texas (22:50) Rutgers vs. Clemson (23:38) San Diego St. vs Syracuse (24:14) West Virginia vs. Morehead St. (25:14) Villanova vs. Winthrop (25:59) Colorado vs. Georgetown (27:23) Florida St. vs. UNC Greensboro (28:07) Kansas vs. Eastern Washington (28:33) LSU vs. St. Bonaventure (29:39) Creighton vs. UC Santa Barbara (30:14) Alabama vs. Iona (31:26) Iowa vs. Grand Canyon (32:00) UConn vs. Maryland (32:29) Virginia vs. Ohio (33:00) Oklahoma vs. Missouri (33:45) Texas vs. Abilene Christian (34:04) Oregon vs. VCU (34:56)
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network breaks down the NCAA Tournament matchup between the Texas Longhorns and the Abilene Christian Wildcats. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by Terrell Furman Jr (@ReallyRell__) as they examine both teams season and suggest just who you should bet on. Will Texas put down the Wildcats with their elite guard play? Will Abilene Christian and their top notch defense be the difference? We talk it all on this episode of The College Experience. Support for this episode - Draft Kings code "SGP" | BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP" Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Brad and Nate continue their trek across your bracket with a pit stop in the East Region for today’s Fade Five. The guys give a few futures picks they like, then roll into the games with UNC-Greensboro and Florida State and the Bonnies battling LSU. UConn may only be a 7 seed, but the guys think the Huskies can make some noise in the first round against Maryland. You may be surprised to see Abilene Christian as a single-digit underdog, but Brad explains why the Wildcats could give Texas trouble. And the guys wrap up with one of the most popular 5/12 match-ups, Georgetown and Colorado.
Greg talks about why your approach to single game bets, your bracket, and daily fantasy should be different from each other and why each should have a different strategy, why the NIT & CBI games are worth handicapping, and why to stay looped into the newswire for nuggets that could impact teams for the 2021-22 season. Eli Boettger of Heat Check CBB joins Greg to give his thoughts on the bracket and the upsets that might happen before Greg gives his against the spread picks and analysis for EVERY known First Round and First Four NCAA Tournament matchup. NOTE: matchups in the first round that are TBD were excluded due to a variety of unknowns and there being no lines on unknown matchups. Podcast Highlights Powered By BookIt Sports 4:22-Separating bracket, DFS, & bets 8:11-Handicapping the NIT & CBI 9:23-Why to pay attention to the college basketball news wire 17:09-Interview with Eli Boettger 37:44-Start of First Four Picks with Norfolk St vs Appalachian St 40:13-Picks & analysis for Drake vs Wichita St 42:23-Picks & analysis for Mount St Mary's vs Texas Southern 44:12-Picks & analysis for UCLA vs Michigan St 46:39-Start First Round Picks with Hartford vs Baylor 48:13-Picks & analysis for Wisconsin vs North Carolina 49:57-Picks & analysis for Winthrop vs Villanova 52:22-Picks & analysis for North Texas vs Purdue 54:11-Picks & analysis for Utah St vs Texas Tech 55:58-Picks & analysis for Colgate vs Arkansas 58:21-Picks & analysis for Virginia Tech vs Florida 1:00:33-Picks & analysis for Oral Roberts vs Ohio St 1:02:28-Picks & analysis for Drexel vs Illinois 1:04:11-Picks & analysis for Georgia Tech vs Loyola Chicago 1:06:13-Picks & analysis for Oregon St vs Tennessee 1:07:51-Picks & analysis for Liberty vs Oklahoma St 1:09:48-Picks & analysis for Syracuse vs San Diego St 1:11:27-Picks & analysis for Morehead St vs West Virginia 1:13:32-Picks & analysis for Rutgers vs Clemson 1:15:14-Picks & analysis for Cleveland St vs Houston 1:17:26-Picks & analysis for Missouri vs Oklahoma 1:18:58-Picks & analysis for UC Santa Barbara vs Creighton 1:20:45-Picks & analysis for Ohio vs Virginia 1:22:39-Picks & analysis for Eastern Washington vs Kansas 1:24:22-Picks & analysis for VCU vs Oregon 1:26:17=Picks & analysis for Grand Canyon vs Iowa 1:28:18-Picks & analysis for St. Bonaventure vs LSU 1:30:02-Picks & analysis for Georgetown vs Colorado 1:31:50-Picks & analysis for UNC Greensboro vs Florida St 1:33:42-Picks & analysis for Abilene Christian vs Texas 1:36:10-Picks & analysis for Maryland vs UConn 1:38:12-Picks & analysis for Iona vs Alabama Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Greg talks about how different types of neutral courts need to be handicapped differently, shares plans for how his bracket and ATS NCAA Tournament picks will be shared on the podcast, recaps Friday's college basketball games, chats with Brian Rauf of Heat Check CBB about Saturday's games, Kansas and Virginia's COVID situations, and much more before Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Saturday college basketball game! Podcast Highlights Powered By BookIt Sports 3:07-Handicapping different types of neutral courts 4:53-Podcast plans for next week 6:19-Recap of Friday's Games 24:40-Interview With Brian Rauf 50:39-Start of picks in rotation order with 601 Ohio State vs 602 Michigan 53:01-Picks & analysis for Iowa vs Illinois 56:46-Picks & analysis for Tennessee vs Alabama 58:57-Picks & analysis for LSU vs Arkansas 59:48-Picks & analysis for Cincinnati vs Wichita State 1:01:51-Picks & analysis for Memphis vs Houston 1:04:20-Picks & analysis for Iona vs Fairfield 1:06:37-Picks & analysis for Oklahoma State vs Texas 1:09:18-Picks & analysis for Utah State vs San Diego State 1:11:31-Picks & analysis for Georgetown vs Creighton 1:13:47-Picks & analysis for Ohio vs Buffalo 1:16:11-Picks & analysis for Montana State vs Eastern Washington 1:18:25-Picks & analysis for Georgia Tech vs Florida State 1:20:40-Picks & analysis for North Texas vs Western Kentucky 1:23:01-Picks & analysis for New Mexico State vs Grand Canyon 1:25:55-Picks & analysis for Oregon State vs Colorado 1:28:57-Picks & analysis for UC Irvine vs UC Santa Barbara 1:32:12-Start Extra Game Pick With UMass Lowell vs Hartford (NY Post Pick) 1:35:05-Picks & analysis for Morgan State vs Norfolk State 1:37L45-Picks & analysis for Texas Southern vs Prairie View 1:40:15-Picks & analysis for Abilene Christian vs Nicholls Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tell a friend Thursday! Tell a friend or ten about TTP. Forward them this episode if you’d like to spread the word. Podcast Josh was no luck charm for the Rockets last night. James Harden was the bigger story. He came back and dropped a triple double - 29-10-14. Brooklyn wins 132-114. The crowd of 3000 or so was largely booing the beard. John Wall had 36 and Victor Oladipo had 33. Both were season highs in the loss. Rockets have lost a not so lucky 13 in a row. It's their longest was 15 straight 20 years ago. They begin the second half of the season a week from today in Sacramento. Sans Luka the Mavericks get by the Thunder 87-78. The franchise was sitting out with a sore back officially, but it was the last game before the break so kinda obvious what they were doing. Just 29 combined points in the 4th quarter. Shoutout to my buddy, and mentor really. Scott Garner did PA for that one last night. Dallas only shot 39%, but they held the thunder to a season low for a Mavs opponent - 33% . Kristaps Porzingas and Tim Hardadaway Jr. each had 19 in the win. Dallas to their credit has really surged. They’ve won 9 of 11 since their schedule gave them some relief. Mavs host the Spurs after the break Wednesday. … Tonight Los Spurs play their final game against guess who? Yeah, the Thunder. Lamarcus Aldridge a game-time decision. Texas college hoops last night. Texas A&M FINALLY had a game again. It was their first in 32 days because of Covid issues in the program…. But they lost to Mississippi St. 63-57. Savion Flagg did go over 1000 career points. Ags are at 312 Arkansas Saturday to end the regular season…. In the oldest town in Texas. Abilene Christian tops SFA in the oldest town, 63-61. The 7-footer Kolton Kohl tipped one in right before the backboard lit up.… Incarnate Word falls at Houston Baptist 72-67…. Tonight in the B12. Fresh off its first regular season title in 71 years, Baylor plays at the Ferrell Center against Cade Cunningham and the Oklahoma St Cowboys. Cunningham is an Arlington native. Heis the presumptive #1 overall pick for the Pokes. That’s on ESPN2 at 6. … Tech hosts Iowa st…. TCU plays at #6 WVUTexas is in Norman. Sooners and Longhorns tip a little after 8 on ESPN. And sticking in the UT system. How about UTEP? They are playing up at Kansas… College baseball last night: Aggies over Incarnate word 6-4. …. Texas beats Tex st. in San Marcos 10-3. .. Texas Tech gets the midweek sweep over Texas Southern, 15-0 in 7 innings…. Rice shuts out PVAM 10-0. 'The Texas Porch' is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, Tune-in, I-Heart and all major podcast outlets. Also at www.thetexasporch.com Subscribe here. Twitter: @TexasPorchPod Facebook: TexasPorchPod
Hey. Happy March 3rd. 364 days until Texas Independence Day Short-handed and a little worn down? Didn’t matter. Spurs beat a good Knicks team. 119-93. 68-point second half for SA. Trey Lyles had 18 points and four treys. …. Tonight Podcast Josh will be in the house for the Nets and Rockets. At least that’s the last I heard. In Houston, not Brooklyn but that’s prob obvs. Maybe podcast Josh is the good luck charm. His Rockets have lost 12 in a row. … Mavericks back home hosting OKC after three straight on the road. Dallas has won 8 of 10. Baylor over #6 WV 94-89 in OT. Bears get their first regular season title since get this…. 1950. Jared Butler had 25. Davion Mitchell 20 including the go-ahead layup with a minute left in OT. Bears scored the last six overall. They certainly bounced back from their one loss of the season. An inevitable #1 seed is on the way. Baptists have now defeated four top-10 teams this season. Texas wins at Iowa St. 81-67. Kai Jones led the Longhorns with a season-high 17 off the bench. UT led for all but 22 seconds. Longhorns still have an outside shot at the #2 seed in the B12 tournament. Little red river action tomorrow at #16 OU. TT rolls over TCU 69-49. Only meeting of the season for the ole SWC foes. Kyler Edwards notched 17 of his 20 in the first half. Red Raiders didn’t need Mac McClung. He only attempted four shots in 18 minutes. Tech hosts Iowa st. Thursday. UTRGV falls at NM St. 69-51. Tonight future WAC bunkmates of the Vaqueros and the Texans play in the oldest town in Texas. SFA hosts Abilene Christian in an 8:00 tip. Both teams 11-2 in Southland play. … Incarnate Word is at Houston Baptist…. A&M CC plays at Sam Houston st. Some Texas college baseball scores from last night: TCU over SFA 9-3. Horned Frogs have won five straight…. A&M blanks HBU 4-0. Aggies host Incarnate Word this evening at Blue Bell park. …. Baylor shuts out Sam Houston St. 4-0. Texas Tech’s first midweek of the year. They clobber Texas Southern 14-2…. Longhorns get 15 hits and beat A&M-CC 12-1. Tonight UT is at Texas St, Rice hosts PVAM. And your hockey pod reports that the Lightning blank the Stars a second straight time. 2-nothing. The march grind is just beginning. Tomorrow Dallas hosts Columbus in the first of two. And one Lufkin legend quotes another one. I’m still wearing my mask. But be kind. That goes a long way. 'The Texas Porch' is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, Tune-in, I-Heart and all major podcast outlets. Also at www.thetexasporch.com Subscribe here. Twitter: @TexasPorchPod Facebook: TexasPorchPod