Prior to training camp, cornerback remained Seattle's biggest question mark on defense and after two preseason games, that remains the case. Hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang discuss where the competition at cornerback stands heading into the preseason finale, discuss the Seahawks decision to waive Alex McGough and Cedrick Lattimore, and play a game of "Stock Watch" after two exhibition contests. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After trading two first round picks for Jamal Adams last year, the Seahawks have now signed the star safety to a record-setting contract that is set to keep him with the team through 2025. Seattle also frees up nearly $5 million in cap space by making the deal and hopefully it offers them flexibility to pay a couple other veteran players who would like to stay with the team beyond this season. We talk about how news from earlier in the week was an indication that both sides were ready to close the deal. Seahawks backup players saw their first preseason action in Las Vegas on Saturday. Geno Smith took a monster hit which means we could see more of Alex McGough coming up against the Broncos. We talk about some of the challenges the team had against the Raiders and discuss whether the new preseason format will change how the Seahawks get their starting players prepared for the regular season. Finally, before the break, we talk a bit more about the overrated Arizona Cardinals to close out the Know Your Rival series. PFF recently ranked the NFL's top defensive lines and the Seahawks were nearly at the very bottom. Is there an argument to be made about the accuracy of the assessment? We talk politics in the 'Do Better' segment regarding a constituent who has a problem with his state's governor. We also take issue with a podcast advertiser who says we don't have 'actual sponsors.' Plus, a Better at Life nod for the person who helped seal the deal between Jamal Adams and the Seahawks. Register for the 2021 Podcast Pick'em League Post 'Go Hawks' in the comments for the latest
The Seahawks offense struggled throughout the first half and the defense could not get off the field on third down against a running attack by the Las Vegas Raiders. The defensive line was bullied throughout the game, although there were some nice plays from Rasheem Green and Alton Robinson. The highlight of Saturday's game was a touchdown pass on fourth down to running back DeeJay Dallas. Dallas and Alex McGough talked about what they saw on that play following the game. Subscribe to the Field Gulls Podcast via: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |Overcast | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | Castbox | Subscribe on Android | PlayerFM | RSS Produced by: Wilson Conn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Despite a sluggish ending to the 2020 season, the Seahawks' much-maligned defense took a 180 degree turn for the better in the second half. Where do Seattle's defensive starters stack up compared to the rest of the league? Hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang investigate PFF's positional rankings, share their thoughts on which players were overrated and underrated, and begin introducing Seattle's 90-man roster with Alex McGough, Darvin Kidsy, and several other players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our special guest was Shane McGough. Shane McGough is the former starting Offensive Lineman(Center) for FIU and now a 2021 NFL DRAFT Prospect. Shane's Older brother is a former FIU Panther great and now NFL quarterback Alex McGough. Shane played his Highschool at Gaither in Tampa, Florida. Earned 2015 All-Hillsborough Honorable Mention recognition at Gaither HS. Named a First-Team All-Western Conference selection in 2015. A three-year varsity letterwinner at Gaither High School under Head Coach Jason Stokes. A two-way player for the Cowboys, seeing action at offensive and defensive tackle. Named a 2014 First-Team All-Western Conference selection and an All-Hillsborough County Honorable Mention honoree. In 2018 with FIU he Appeared in 13 games at right guard, making nine starts. Was part of an offensive line that allowed a school-record low eight sacks all season, which ranked first in Conference USA and third overall in the nation. In 2019 and 2020 Shane played and started in all games. He ended the 2020 year on a great note by being invited to the Hula Bowl All Star game in Hawaii!!
8-21-19 Brent and Austen talk a day before the Jags take on Miami! They talk about some things to look out for and have an interview with Alex McGough and Jawaan Taylor! They also talk about a trend they are seeing with PI in football games. last they talk about some College football with an interview with FSU's James Blackman!
Tony Wiggins and Filip Prus recap the Jaguars' second preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles at TIAA Bank Field. Gardner Minshew impresses in his second showing, Alex McGough is electric, but who is left to play running back? Plus Datone Jones talk and Doug Marrone likes our cornerback group. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Following the Eagles' something-something win over the Jaguars in the second preseason game, Zach is on the scene to describe the legend of Alex McGough to Bo. What does Cody Kessler's concussion mean for the backup quarterback situation? ...
Tony Wiggins and Filip Prus share their observations from attending the first half of Jaguars OTA practices thus far. Is the #FolesFrenzy for real? T-Wigg compares Terrelle Pryor physically to an NFC South receiver. Filip interviews Jaguars quarterback Alex McGough about similarities between Foles and Russell Wilson and how he got so darn fast. Music Intro - "Youth" by Glass Animals Cut 1 - "Genghis Khan" by Miike Snow Cut 2 - "Catholic Girls" by The Dangerous Summer Outro - "Modern Jesus" by Portugal. The Man. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tony Wiggins and Filip Prus talk about Nick Foles' absence from OTAs, Filip's unhealthy obsession with Alex McGough, and cap it off with some surprise cuts candidates on both sides of the football as well as some positions that could be "patched" after final cuts. Music Intro - "Youth" by Glass Animals Cut 1 - "Genghis Khan" by Miike Snow Cut 2 - "Catholic Girls" by The Dangerous Summer Outro - "Modern Jesus" by Portugal. The Man. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With the Seahawks starters seeing the most action of the preseason, Seattle led 13-6 by the time Russell Wilson left the game in the third quarter. Two missed kicks by the Vikings rookie kicker helped to keep Seattle in the lead until late in the 4th quarter. But Minnesota was able to score 15 points in the 4th quarter to get the 21-20 lead and a hail mary came up 2-yards short of the goal line as time expired for the Seahawks. Ross Bell fills in for the reaction show this week with Adam on the road for work. Brandan and Ross take a look at some of the biggest plays of the game, including a look at Michael Dickson's first punt after taking over as punter full-time with the departure of Jon Ryan. On the Seahawks second drive of the game, we saw the ball appear to end up in the end zone without Russell throwing the ball. Defensively, the Seahawks consistently shut down the run and took away the deep part of the field to make Cousins routinely check down. Offensively, David Moore continued to look like he will contribute this season hauling in a touchdown from Alex McGough. Chris Carson and Mike Davis shared the load at running back with the starters. On the line, Fant came in for Ifedi at right tackle in the second quarter, and both appeared to be serviceable at the spot. On defense, Tedric Thompson and Quinton Jefferson looked to be gaining confidence along with Shaquill Griffin who matched up well with Stefon Diggs. Closing out the show, Better at Life this week is the tight end group who have come up with an interesting fine structure that includes a reference to the movie Napoleon Dynamite. Special thanks to Associate Producer Dustin Mock! Be sure to join our pick'em league at shp.show/pickem Subscribe via: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Follow us on: Facebook | Twitter Or listen on our free app for Android, iOS, Kindle or Windows Phone/PC Call or text: 253-235-9041 Support the show Get in the Flock! Visit GetInTheFlock.com and get bonus episodes Or visit our website for other ways to support the show Find Sea Hawkers clubs around the world at SeaHawkers.org Music from the show by The 12 Train, download each track at ReverbNation
We start off the show with some sad news this week after Chuck Knox passed away at the age of 86. Seahawks fans also got some closure on Cliff Avril's injury as he was waived from the team. But the positive news was that he'd be sticking around and joining a local radio station. The Seahawks are back! Back to being the underdogs we've known prior to their Super Bowl victory. Adam and Brandan talk about why that is while going into some of the questions that we have about the 2018 season. Among those questions has to do with the offensive line and a recent Field Gulls article has Adam musing if Mike Solari is the coaching version of Jay Cutler. In other news, after retiring from coaching, Bruce Arians may now be more of a part of our lives as Seahawks fans than he was by coaching in the division. Earl Thomas is still in the news and we expect that he is probably not going to get an extension before the season. But he is going to be a member of the Seahawks this year - so stop it with the Cowboys talk! And speaking of the things that are silly to talk about, Russell Wilson expecting a franchise tag in 2020 is another one of them. But when Pete Carroll is throwing around glowing praise for their new 7th round quarterback, maybe his agent wants to try and cash in on a new contract right now. What can't Alex McGough do? We go over some of the news and quotes from Pete Carroll from rookie minicamp and we bring you some exclusive audio that will have you hyped up for one of this year's draft picks Michael-Shawn Dugan, @MikeDugar on Twitter, joins the show to talk about what he saw at rookie minicamp. Dugar, formerly of the Seattle PI, is now a writer for The Athletic. His latest article discusses the Seahawks receiving corps and we talk about his roster breakdown and talk about if the Seahawks make a mistake by not drafting a receiver. Or should they count on the guys they brought in from recent years? The dishooplafication of the Seahawks Roster continues and this time they make a sensible decision when it comes to having a tight end with the proper number of Ls in his name. We talk about the latest Supreme Court ruling and the expectation that it will lead to more gambling on NFL games. The guys talk about several issues around that before closing out with a Do Better for some crazy shifts in the media narrative toward the Seahawks based on people they visit with and to the Denver airport for inadequate signage. Better at life honors close the show for the Electronic Frontier Foundation and a company that is bringing space age technology to one of Adam's favorite past times. Subscribe via: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | Facebook | Twitter | RSS Or listen on our free app for Android, iOS, Kindle or Windows Phone/PC Call or text: 253-235-9041 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show Get in the Flock! Visit GetInTheFlock.com and get bonus episodes Or visit our website for other ways to support the show Find Sea Hawkers clubs around the world at SeaHawkers.org Music from the show by The 12 Train, download each track at ReverbNation
Welcome to the ProFootball DraftCast, if you love what we talk about on the podcast and want to talk more NFL football, head over to FanCom.Fans, where you can discuss current topics or stories with NFL Legends I'm Nic McMorris and you can follow me on Twitter at DraftHitta_Nic. Today's episode features Florida International University Quarterback Alex McGough. A mobile quarterback that can get the job done through the air, McGough is FIU’s career leader in passing touchdowns, and is second in passing yards. He also played a crucial role in the ascension of FIU’s football program, along with wideout Thomas Owens. McGough took a few moments from his draft preparations to talk to us about his journey on this week’s Phoning It In.
After a little vacation/sick time, Joe and Satchel bounce back to go over an eventful month or so in C-USA. The league went just 4-5 in bowl games, but a few teams ended their years on great notes. Plus, they look back at the early signing period and discuss some leadership changes around the league. Time Codes: (1:45) Troy’s offense was too much for North Texas in the New Orleans Bowl (3:25) Western Kentucky were disappointing in the cure bowl (6:30) Marshall beat out Colorado State in a thrilling New Mexico Bowl (9:32) MTSU squeaks out a win over Arkansas State in Camelia Bowl (11:42) FAU dominated Akron in the Boca Bowl (15:58) LA Tech surprises us all in the Frisco Bowl (18:04) Alex McGough’s injury too much to overcome for FIU in Gasparilla Bowl (20:25) UAB fail to show up in Bahamas Bowl (23:26) USM get dominated by Florida State in Independence Bowl (30:38) Recruiting talk (46:18) Shifting staffs around the league Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Florida International quarterback Alex McGough joins the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show with host Ric Serritella. Alex McGough, QB, FIU 6022 / 220; Four-Year StarterCalled, "The most talented quarterback he's had," by head coach Butch DavisCareer: 9,091 Passing Yards; 65;37 TD/INT Ratio; 128.2 Rating; FIU All-Time TD Record Holder www.NFLDraftBible.com | @NFLDraftBible