Welcome to the latest episode of DTL Download Series! In this episode, our host Bruce Jenkins sits down with the team from Uncle Jack's Tavern, featuring special guest Willie Degel. Known for its moderately priced, scratch-made All-American fare, Uncle Jack's Tavern is more than your average neighborhood bar and pub. Owner and Executive Chef William Jack Degel has redefined the American tavern experience at Uncle Jack's. It's a warm, modern, and friendly setting where craft-made comfort food and cocktails take center stage. Whether you're looking for a casual lunch, a cozy dinner, a private party event, or an after-work gathering, Uncle Jack's offers the perfect scratch-made neighborhood hangout. During the episode, Bruce and Willie discuss Uncle Jack's signature dishes that keep customers coming back for more. From the indulgent In House Applewood Smoked Bacon with Housemade Peanut Butter and Chipotle Maple Glaze to the mouthwatering General Jack's Boneless Chicken Wings with Sweet & Spicy Classic General Tzao's Sauce, there's something to satisfy every craving. If you're in the mood for a hearty sandwich, the Jack's Steak Sandwich is a must-try. Featuring Shaved Crusted Prime NY Strip, Caramelized Onions, Grande Mozzarella, and Au Jus on a Signature Roll, it's a true delight. And for those looking for a unique twist, the Lawrenceville Burger combines a Custom W.J.D Blend of Prime Beef with Housemade Peanut Butter, Thick Cut Maple Glazed Bacon, Caramelized Banana, all served on a Pretzel Bun. Uncle Jack's also offers lighter options, such as the Shaved Brussels Tavern Salad with Thinly Shaved Brussels Sprouts, Marinated Dark Chelan Cherries, Sliced Roasted Almonds, and a Honey Mustard Vinaigrette. And don't miss out on their Crispy Honey Dipped Fried Chicken Basket, accompanied by Cayenne Butter Brushed Corn Medallions, Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread, and Classic White Gravy. To quench your thirst, Uncle Jack's boasts two fully stocked bars with an impressive selection of bourbons, whiskeys, scotches, ryes, local tap beers, craft beers, and signature craft-made cocktails. And if you're a wine lover, their handpicked selection of 30 to 40 all-American wines pairs perfectly with the Uncle Jack's Tavern menu. Tune in to this episode of DTL Download Series to discover more about Uncle Jack's Tavern and how they've revolutionized the American tavern experience. From their inviting decor to their delicious scratch-made dishes, there's something for everyone at Uncle Jack's. Join Bruce Jenkins and guest Willie Degel as they explore the world of Uncle Jack's Tavern - it's an episode you won't want to miss! Uncle Jack's Tavern Kitchen Hours: Monday to Saturday: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm Sunday: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm Note: The bar is open for one hour after the kitchen closes. Cheers!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joining Laura on the podcast this week is Naya Tapper, a thoroughly remarkable 2020 Olympian and professional women's rugby player who, after earning All-American track and field honors in high school, began her rugby career at UNC Chapel Hill where she starred from 2012-2016. Having turned professional in 2016, Naya has since become the All-Time leading try scorer for USA Women's Eagles, and some highlights from her illustrious career include the 2017 Sydney Sevens Player of the Final, 2017 Sydney Sevens Dream Team, 2017 Vegas Sevens Dream Team, 2018 Rugby World Cup second leading try scorer, and 2018 HSBC Dream Team. She has also earned a silver medal at the 2017 Dubai Sevens Tournament, a gold medal at the 2019 Biarritz Olympique Pays Basque, a silver medal at the 2019 Pan American Games, and was a member of USA Rugby's 2020 Olympic team that competed in Tokyo. Naya's incredible odyssey from her collegiate discovery of rugby to Olympic glory, as shared here today stands as a resounding testament to her steadfast resilience and dedication. Together, she and Laura discuss navigating the challenges of professional rugby, the mental toughness of elite athletes, appearing on Project Runway, and the journey to the Tokyo Olympics. Naya's passion for supporting youth rugby players through the Naya Tapper Scholarship and her dynamic brand, "Naya on Fiya” shine brightly throughout the episode, and listeners will also gain a glimpse into her aspirations beyond her athletic career, particularly in the realm of sports business. Naya's remarkable story is one that resonates far beyond sports, exemplifying the power of unwavering perseverance and the relentless pursuit of one's dreams. Episode Highlights: Naya's journey from discovering rugby in college The importance of having a backup plan in professional rugby Overcoming adversity and making a comeback in the sport Building a personal brand and preparing for the Olympics Highlighting the beauty of diversity and unity in sports Favorite international rugby destinations, like Dubai and South Africa Insights into the Olympic selection process and the importance of staying healthy The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on training and team dynamics Naya's future aspirations Quotes: "It was destiny because my college coach had connections with the national rugby team." "I got cut from the team. My immediate reaction was, 'I'll just go back to North Carolina and start applying for PT schools.'" "It's always for me, like, 'Okay, what's the next move? How do I get back on my feet?'" "It was nice to be able to chill and relax and let my body decompress and spend time with family and friends that you miss out on a lot when you're full time in this type of profession." "As long as I can stay healthy and continue performing at the level I am, I have the best shot I can possibly provide myself." "Sports have literally changed my life. So to be able to provide that opportunity for people who also want to have that experience, I think was really important to me." "Nobody really knows how to sell you better than you can sell yourself." "I've officially strayed away from PT school mainly because I really don't want to go back to school." "I think something that I've gained a passion for is just sports business." Links: The Pursuit of Gold Website Top 10 Mental Skills Guide Laura's Social Media: Laura's Instagram Laura's Facebook Connect with Naya: Naya Tapper
On this week's episode of the Going Deep podcast, Brandon Angelo and Matt Waldman discuss the woes of the Patriots and Jets, Jordan Love's success, Parker Washington's value to the Jaguars, and discovering how much we both love LSU WR Malik Nabers. Brandon Angelo works in sports and human performance. A former 4-time All-American and Power Five conference champion sprinter, Brandon is a mentor, instructor, and guide for athletes. He's also the proprietor of Angelo Analysis, a subscription-based fantasy website devoted to player evaluation. After doing a few podcasts together during the past 12 months, Brandon and I decided we would enjoy having a recurring show to discuss aspects of player evaluation and NFL Draft topics that you don't often hear about in mainstream media. This pre-draft pod about the NFL's disparities with 40 times and several more '23 draft and free agent topics is a must-listen. Going Deep will feature podcasts twice a month. You can either watch/listen on YouTube, listen from the player at the bottom of the page, or download the podcast at most outlets, including Google, Spotify, and iTunes. This Week's Topics Why are the Patriots struggling? What the plan was for Zach Wilson this year vs. what happened? Why is quarterback development/acclimation to the NFL like flash-frying meat? Jordan Love's success is the product of intermittent playing time. Parker Washington's short-term and long-term value to the Jaguars. Discovering we both have Malik Nabers as the most NFL game-ready WR in this class. And of course, if you want to know about the rookies from this draft class, you will find the most in-depth analysis of offensive skill players available (QB, RB, WR, and TE), with the 2024 Rookie Scouting Portfolio for $21.95–currently available for $19.95 via early-bird discount that runs through December 21, 2023. Matt's new RSP Dynasty Rankings and Two-Year Projections Package is available for $24.95 If you're a fantasy GM interested in purchasing past publications for $9.95 each, the 2012-2023 RSPs also have a Post-Draft Add-on that's included at no additional charge. Best yet, proceeds from sales are set aside for a year-end donation to Darkness to Light to combat the sexual abuse of children.
It's Short Time Shots, a look at the day's college wrestling scores and more, I'm your host, Hall of Fame wrestling writer and broadcaster Jason Bryant and I want to let you know, this is the scoreboard show of record. Speaking of scoreboards, did you know you can find all the D1 dual meet scores and links to their results at collegewrestlingscoreboard.com AND I've added another redirect to help you follow all the tournaments from every division at collegewrestlingtournaments.com. NO ONE ELSE DOES THIS. Top dual of the night, No. 25 Stevens Institute knocked of No. 11 Coast Guard 18-15 in Hoboken, New Jersey. The dual had a couple of matches between ranked individuals. Coast Guard took the 133-pound match as sixth-ranked Chase Randall beat 10th-ranked Luke Hoerle 9-3. At 157, Stevens' Ryan Smith, ranked as high as fourth, topped No. 14 Noah Caskey 9-6 in a matchup between returning All-Americans. Trailing 11-6 halfway through, the Ducks won four in a row from 165-197 to ice the dual. Elsewhere in Division III, Coe bested Buena Vista 45-9 to open up action in the American Rivers Conference. Will Esmoil, L.J. Richardson and Mathieu Arsenault picked up falls for the Kohawks (with a K) and head coach John Oostendorp - he beat Rulon Gardner back in the day by the way. McDaniel beat Division II Frostburg State 30-14. No. 12 Ashland edged No. 21 Mercyhurst 20-19 on criteria. Ashland took the victory on the third criteria, most match points 77-76. This is again one of those things that makes me wonder why the heck we don't just do match points. Wade Schalles has been touting a version of it for years. Andy Hamilton and Kyle Klingman went through and came up with a system. If we're changing points in individual matches for whatever reason, why don't we just change dual meet scoring to match the output of the athletes? Kutztown pulled away from Shippensburg, winning three of the last four weights to come away with a 33-18 win in a battle of PSAC squads. The Golden Bears improved to 2-0 on the season. Emmanuel beat Emory & Henry 45-3 and San Francisco State won a Bay Area battle, topping NAIA Menlo 43-9. In the NAIA, second-ranked Life University used a squad mostly of reserves and smashed Brewton-Parker 45-9. 10th-ranked Myles Starke did get the go for Life at 184 pounds. He picked up a technical fall over Charles Henkel. All seven victories were bonus victories for the Friends University Falcons as the flew past Bethany (Kan.) 39-18. Reigning KCAC Men's Wrestler of the Week Gunnar Henderson pinned Nathaniel Zabala in 2:33, while Thomas Vasquez, Jamie Mitchell and Gustavo Renteria also got their hand raised after they had the win by pin. It was also the first dual win for new men's head wrestling coach Tyler Mies. On the women's side, Grand View beat Baker 32-8. Emmanuel beat Emory & Henry 44-2. My thoughts are with my man Chris Mecate, a past two-time All-American at that place in Norfolk and current assistant coach at Mt. San Antonio College in SoCal. Mecate's dad passed away in the past few days and I wanted to drop a line with my condolences to a guy I haven't seen in a while. December 6 was a tough one here, it would have been my late father's birthday. Mt. San Antonio and the rest of the California Community Colleges wrap up their season at Cuesta this weekend for the California Community College Athletic Association state championships - which is still on my list of events to check out. Subscribe, for free, to my Daily Wrestling News. Get it for free at mattalkonline.com/news, sign up free today. That's as always, delivered by our longtime friends at Resilite.
What does it take to step into the shoes of a legend and write your own legacy? At age 33, Jon Scheyer was named the new men's basketball coach at Duke University, taking over one of college basketball's biggest jobs from coaching legend Mike Krzyzewski. Now in his second season at the helm, he's one of the youngest head coaches in college basketball. In his first season as head coach, Jon led the Blue Devils to a 27-9 mark and the ACC tournament title. He spent nine seasons on Coach K's staff and was an All-American and two-time team captain as a player at Duke. In his 14 seasons as player and coach at Duke, Jon has been part of two national championships, three Final Fours and five ACC Tournament crowns. On this episode, we talk about being prepared for your opportunity, the importance of authentic leadership, and how to handle pressure and high expectations.
Despite what you may hear in the mainstream media, poll after poll demonstrate clearly that the American people have very little interest in being involved in Israel's war on Gaza. The latest poll, released this week, shows that a majority of ALL American voters want a permanent ceasefire. Meanwhile, US Congress keeps stoking the flames of war and the President keeps delivering weapons. Also today...even Germany's Die Welt admits that Ukraine war likely lost.
This week we talk through some recent news with NCAA Wrestling before transitioning into an interview with John Fisher. Mr. Fisher, 4x All American, 4x Midlands Champion, and 3x B1G Champion talks about his time competing in college and internationally, as well as his time coaching in college and most recently at Ann Arbor Pioneer High School. We also talk Rayvon Foley and some of his favorite people he's met through the years. We wrap with a Cliff Keen recap, parent corner, and Rock On!
Alison Gibson is a former NCAA diving champion and four-time All-American diver at the University of Texas. In 2020, she qualified for the Tokyo Olympics in the women's synchronized 3 meter springboard with partner Krysta Palmer. She is currently training for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris. Today on the podcast, we talk to Alison Gibson about her journey with Christ, being judged as a sport, finding her identity in Christ, her definition of success and the decision to come out of retirement to continue her Olympic dream. Sign up for our Sports Spectrum Magazine and receive 15% off a 1-year subscription by using the code PODCAST15 http://SportsSpectrum.com/magazine
Our guest today is actor Ben Davies who has landed the lead role in twenty feature films and counting. In high school, he was a six-time All-American and held a National Gold Medal in both the Decathlon and Javelin. But after an athletic injury sidelined him in college, he got the call to audition for Sherwood Pictures' highly successful film, Courageous. Ben booked the co-starring role of David Thomson and won the "Light In Hollywood Award" for that performance. Ben also appeared in another highly successful film War Room, starring Karen Abercrombie. Ben definitely has the Lord's guiding hand upon him. Today, he is starring in this season's new Christmas movie Jingle Smells along side an all-star cast with John Schneider, Eric Roberts, Jim Breuer and Victoria Jackson to name a few. #actor #filmproducer #thedailywire #faith #inspiration #filmmaker #filmmaking #sherwoodproductions #faithbasedfilms #movielover #Christmasmovie
“It's cool to see one of your dreams come true. I remember one meeting we had in high school where my coach was saying how he'd never coached a professional runner. And then he turned to me and was like, ‘Yet.' So that was the first time I was like, ‘OK, someone believes that I can make it happen'. It's been really cool over the past few years chasing this dream and finally having it come true.” My guest for today's episode is NC State's Katelyn Tuohy, who has decided to forego the remainder of her NCAA eligibility to turn professional and has signed a contract with adidas, she told CITIUS MAG in an exclusive interview before her announcement on Wednesday afternoon. Ahead of the Olympic year, Tuohy plans to remain under the guidance of NC State coach Laurie Henes and may split time between Raleigh, North Carolina, and a possible training stint in Flagstaff, Arizona, to train at altitude for the first time in her career. Last month, Tuohy wrapped up one of the most decorated NCAA careers by a distance runner with four individual NCAA titles; three NCAA cross country team titles; three NCAA records, 11 All-American titles, and five SEC championships. Despite her long list of credentials, Tuohy is still only 21 years old. In 2022, she became one of the first collegiate cross country runners to sign an NIL deal - also with adidas - and has amassed a sizable fandom that includes over 100,000 followers on Instagram. At the most recent U.S. championships, she finished 7th in the 5000m, the top collegian in the event. If Tuohy achieves the qualifying standard (14:52.00) and finishes in the top three of the upcoming U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials next June, she could become the youngest woman to make the U.S. Olympic team in the 5000m. In this episode, we talk all about the decision to turn pro and what she's looking forward to most. She reflects on her Wolfpack career and opens up a bit about what it's been like being in the spotlight from a high school star to now. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, features Mason Briggs, an All-American at Long Beach State and one of the best liberos in the world. But he's far more than that. Briggs is a trailblazer, a 22-year-old who has amassed one of the biggest followings in all of NCAA Volleyball, a following he is using to expand the reach of the game in new and innovative ways, such as trading cards. We talked all about that, as well as: Where Briggs' entrepreneurial spirit comes from (come for the duct tape wallets, stick around for the Steve Madden story) Why men's volleyball is the world's greatest kept secret His “pinnacle moment” being the only college player on the USA National Team's World Championship roster What it's like backing up, and learning from, Erik Shoji And so much more. Super fun podcast with Briggs! SHOOTS! *** We FINALLY have an alcohol sponsor, y'all! Bartender In A Box is here. SANDCAST and Bartender in a Box invite you and 12 of your friends to enjoy just one Box of their Premium Bar Quality Libations for around $20 bucks. Bring in the fall right and Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code SANDCAST at Manscaped.com. That's 20% off with free shipping at manscaped.com and use code SANDCAST. As the leaves fall, make sure you have it all with MANSCAPED™. Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter have a NEW BOOK! Playbook of Champions: The habits, routines, and stories of Olympians, Champions, and world-class athletes. If you listen to the show – which, if you're reading this, then you are – then this is the perfect book for you, as it is a distillation of the best golden nuggets from our first five years of the podcast. Check it out on Amazon! We are FIRED UP to announce that we've signed on for another year with Athletic Greens! Stay healthy with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter and get your greens today! https://athleticgreens.com/partner/d35ctoffer-strength/en?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=influencer&utm_campaign=sandcast_d35ct__a3172__o27&utm_term=cac__a3172__o27&utm_content=sport__a3172__o27 We now have SANDCAST MERCHANDISE!! Rock the gear of your favorite podcast today! https://www.sandcastmerch.com/ If you want to receive our SANDCAST weekly newsletter, the Beach Volleyball Digest, which dishes all the biggest news in beach volleyball in one quick newsletter, head over to our website and subscribe! We'd love to have ya! https://www.sandcastvolleyball.com/ This episode, as always, is brought to you by Wilson Volleyball, makers of the absolute best balls in the game, hands down. You can get a 20-percent discount using our code, SANDCAST-20! https://www.wilson.com/en-us/volleyball Check out our book, Volleyball for Milkshakes, written by SANDCAST hosts Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter: https://www.amazon.com/Volleyball-Milkshakes-Travis-Mewhirter/dp/B089781SHB SHOOTS!
Join host Shaun Crawford on Varsity House Podcast as they welcome the exceptional Notre Dame safety, Xavier Watts. Watts shares his journey from harboring receiver dreams to becoming a safety superstar on the Fighting Irish football team. Discover how this All American navigated the shift from offense to defense, his experiences with college recruiting, family support, and his aspirations in football and beyond. Xavier's candid reflections on his transition, the influence of his family, and his performance on the field offer an inspiring and insightful look into the life of a college athlete striving for excellence. Don't miss this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of what drives a top-tier college football player both on and off the field. #NotreDameFootball #AllAmerican #CollegeFootball #VarsityHouseCHAPTERS:0:00 - Intro to Xavier Watts0:14 - Watts vs. Crawford Matchup1:05 - Watts as Receiver Reflections1:48 - Notre Dame DB Recruitment Decision2:11 - Watts' High School Position Preference3:59 - Xavier's Favorite Pro Football Team4:56 - Team Names Impact on Watts' Recruitment5:43 - Nebraska vs Notre Dame Experience6:56 - NCAA Football Game Nostalgia8:40 - Xavier Watts High School Journey11:19 - College Football Recruiting Insights12:02 - Committing to Notre Dame16:21 - Reaction to Brian Kelly's Departure19:04 - Xavier's Favorite VCD Project20:12 - Parental Influence on Watts22:49 - Overcoming Adversity Strategies25:20 - Playing Football in Ireland27:25 - Notre Dame-Cincinnati Match Analysis28:20 - Last Drive Mental Process32:18 - Post-Game Locker Room Atmosphere34:06 - Best Game Atmospheres and Upcoming Matches36:50 - NCAA Interceptions Leadership37:55 - USC vs Notre Dame Game Recap40:32 - Life Changes Post-USC GameSupport the show
The first batch of All-American lists came out today and Notre Dame was well represented. I break down the four players that made the list, who got snubbed and discuss what could have been. Shop for Irish Breakdown gear at our online store: https://ibstore.irishbreakdown.com/ Join the Irish Breakdown premium message board: https://boards.irishbreakdown.com Stay locked into Irish Breakdown for all the latest news and analysis about Notre Dame: https://www.irishbreakdown.com Subscribe to the Irish Breakdown podcast on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Like and follow Irish Breakdown on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/irishbreakdown Sign up for the FREE Irish Breakdown daily newsletter: https://www.subscribepage.com/irish-breakdown-newsletter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of Dude Therapist, host Eli Weinstein interviews Ricky Williams, a former NFL running back and CEO of several companies. Ricky talks about his journey of overcoming adversity and finding inner peace and how his early religious upbringing and experience as an athlete helped him to recognize the opposition within himself and to take on the challenge of overcoming it. He encourages people to be curious about their own potential and to be kind to themselves and others and emphasizes the importance of choosing the right people to keep close for your healing journey towards balanced living. [00:00:06] Ricky Williams: Football, Cannabis, Healing, Empowerment. [00:01:54] Ricky Williams: Football to Mental Health. [00:04:00] Pursuing excellence to avoid personal issues. [00:05:48] Face dragon, overcome fear, be authentic. [00:08:11] Spiritual crisis leads to religious beliefs. [00:09:48] Facing life's difficulties to become better. [00:12:05] Combat mental health resistance: Warrior mentality, courage, vulnerability. [00:14:08] Overcome dragon, create inspiring stories. [00:16:22] Faith, stories, transformation, purpose, connection, success. [00:17:41] Athlete's journey to inner peace. [00:19:38] Finding inner peace: Know yourself, grow. [00:21:39] Common wound of man: Unmet needs, relationships, choices. [00:24:11] Healing through understanding patriarchy. [00:26:14] Healing through self-discovery. [00:28:08] Explore potential, be kind. Ricky Williams has devoted his personal life and professional career to inspiring greatness, whether in himself, his teammates, or those around him. Williams founded Highsman in 2021 to empower professional and everyday athletes as well as sports enthusiasts alike through cannabis. He brings a deep knowledge of herbs, sports and wellness to the brand. His belief in the healing properties of cannabis is intertwined with a distinguished football career, and he credits smoking herb as a way of coping with the challenges associated with being a professional athlete, from social anxiety to physical injuries. His widely acclaimed football career began at the University of Texas at Austin, where he was named a two-time All American. Shortly after, he was drafted by the New Orleans Saints and continued an illustrious football career, known as one of the most electric running backs of the century. Most notably he played with the Miami Dolphins for the span of seven seasons. He faced two suspensions during his tenure due to the NFL's strict marijuana policy. He finished his career with over 10,000 rushing yards and 74 total touchdowns and retired in 2011 after playing his final season with the Baltimore Ravens. Williams was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2015. No longer burdened by the NFL's marijuana policy after retirement, Williams began his professional journey into herb and wellness. In 2018 he co founded Real Wellness, an alternative health brand after studying Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine. This, along with his personal exploration of cannabis, paved the way for the launch of Highsman. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thedudetherapist/support
On Episode 332 of The Tennis Files Podcast, you'll learn how to make your opponents miss with Jonathan Stokke. Jonathan hosts the Baseline Intelligence Podcast and is a tennis coach in Charleston, South Carolina. He spent 14 years as both a student-athlete and coach with the Duke men's tennis program. Jonathan helped Duke to two ACC Championship titles (2003, 2006) and was named the ACC Tournament MVP in 2006. He is a former All-American and two-time All-ACC pick and was also named the ITA Carolina Region Assistant Coach of the Year. Jonathan became the first student-athlete in program history to win the ITA National Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship and Leadership Award in 2006 while also earning the USTA Sportsmanship Award. On the show, you'll learn 5 ways to make your opponents miss, how to get more power from your serve, the importance of recording and analyzing your play, and much more! I hope you enjoy my interview with Jonathan! Let us know what you think about the episode in the comments below! And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight to your inbox! Awareness - Anthony De Mello The Habit Mechanic - Dr. Jon Finn Baseline Intelligence Podcast Jonathan's Instagram Page Jonathan's Newsletter (Substack) Swingvision Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Swen Nater has one of the most unlikely paths to success. He was born in the Netherlands where he spent several years in orphanages. When he came to America as a boy, Swen fell in love with the game of basketball. Despite never playing in high school, he became an All-American at Cypress College, a two-time national champion at UCLA, and he played 12 years professionally. He is the only player in history to lead the ABA and NBA in rebounding. When Swen's playing days were over, he went on to coach Christian Heritage College to a national championship. In this interview, Swen talks about his difficult childhood and the journey that led him to play professional basketball. He shares the leadership lessons he learned from his legendary leader at UCLA – Coach John Wooden. Swen talks about Coach Wooden's approach to time management, giving feedback, discipline, conditioning, and the tremendous care he showed for his players. Swen finishes the interview by talking about the mentorship he received from Coach Wooden in the decades after playing at UCLA. Swen Nater still holds the California Community College single game rebound record at 39. After becoming a community college All-American, Swen played for two undefeated, national championship teams at UCLA. He went on to become the ABA Rookie of the Year, a two-time All Star, and led the league in rebounds and field goal percentage. When he jumped to the NBA, Swen led the league in rebounds, becoming the only player in history win both the ABA and NBA rebounding titles. After playing basketball, Swen Nater became athletic director and head coach at Christian Heritage College where he led the Hawks to a national small college championship. Swen is author of five books including "You Haven't Taught Until They Have Learned.” Swen has been inducted into the Orange County Hall of Fame and The San Diego Hall of Champions Hall of Fame. Swen is currently a buyer for Costco Wholesale.
308 Change For The Better Change is inevitable. It's a fundamental rule of the universe that everything must change, however it is entirely up to you for the perception of that change to either be a blessing or a curse. Perhaps that change was what you needed to become the person you are today and shed the identity you once held. It's understandable to mourn the person you were but you must look to the future and the new changes that will come. In this episode Sarah Elkins and Chase Dalton discuss the importance of change and holding true to your values despite change in life. Chase offers a compassionate and intelligent view on life by weaving his natural empathy into his storytelling, bringing a warmth and eagerness that is always appreciated to the discussion. Highlights What preconceived notions are you still believing about something you don't know about? It's okay to not understand things about life, but you need to be sure you are not judging another for how they choose to believe or cope with these things. What can you do in your sphere of influence to make a positive difference? Quotes “Time heals a lot, and it's been a few years now and so I've been able to separate a little bit and make it easier to talk about but you're right. It's really receptive of you to point it out, it is exciting and it is freeing but there's also a grief of a past life almost, of what I imagined my life would be like and the direction it was going to go in. Even beyond that, I thought I had it all figured out.” “We're making -I'm making- a difference in someone's life and it can spread up from there. If I can do that in my sphere of influence, if we could all do that in our sphere of influence, and realize we do make an impact, it is really rewarding. To be in a position of power, which is a huge responsibility and being able to use that in a way that I feel is productive and positive.” “Honesty isn't just telling the truth to other people, honesty is something that's inside. You have to be honest with yourself before you're honest with anyone else. And part of that is accepting your stripes, your licks, when you mess up.” Dear Listeners it is now your turn, Think about a time where you made a complete 180, where you had to grieve the loss of certain relationships in order to move on as yourself? To find that separation between who you were based on your parents, your upbringing, your environment, and finding that maybe those influences aren't all of who you are. And, as always, thank you for listening. About Chase I was an All-American track and field athlete in college. I made a couple of U.S. National Teams. My goal was to compete in the 2016 Olympics but didn't make it. But I've poured that energy and drive and the lessons I've learned as an athlete into being the best in everything I try. Right now that's being the best husband, father, partner, employer and business leader possible. A pivotal moment in my life was surviving a small plane crash that I was in December 2020. My perspective on life, relationships, religion, business and time completely shifted. My company Silicon Signs is in its 6th year and we've earned over $3M in revenue the past couple years and have a clear vision of where we are going and the problems we are solving. I'm passionate about culture and leadership. As an NCAA athlete I ended up getting "stuck" as a sociology major to stay eligible to compete. That ended up being a mercy in my life as I learned about different people, lifestyles, and motivations. It has guided me to create an environment in my company that allows my employees to thrive and enjoy their work. Be sure to check out Chase's website Silicon Signs and the flyer, as well as his LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram! About Sarah "Uncovering the right stories for the right audiences so executives, leaders, public speakers, and job seekers can clearly and actively demonstrate their character, values, and vision." In my work with coaching clients, I guide people to improve their communication using storytelling as the foundation of our work together. What I've realized over years of coaching and podcasting is that the majority of people don't realize the impact of the stories they share - on their internal messages, and on the people they're sharing them with. My work with leaders and people who aspire to be leaders follows a similar path to the interviews on my podcast, uncovering pivotal moments in their lives and learning how to share them to connect more authentically with others, to make their presentations and speaking more engaging, to reveal patterns that have kept them stuck or moved them forward, and to improve their relationships at work and at home. The audiobook, Your Stories Don't Define You, How You Tell Them Will is now available! Included with your purchase are two bonus tracks, songs recorded by Sarah's band, Spare Change, in her living room in Montana. Be sure to check out the Storytelling For Professionals Course as well to make sure you nail that next interview!
We are joined by Jim Kane, former Oral Roberts University Golfer, on today's episode. Jim was a four-time All-American at Oral Roberts who played briefly on the PGA Tour. He later on went to be a PGA Head Club Professional. Jim talks about some of the highlights of playing for Oral Roberts and talks about how his coach was a great one. Thank you for joining the podcast Jim! Subscribe to the podcast for future episodes. You can follow us on Instagram and Facebook —> @BetterThanIFoundItPodcast Associated social media accounts: Coach McGraw - @BearCoachMcGraw Baylor Men's Golf - @BaylorMGolf Edited by Chris Berry Music: DriftMaster by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/betterthanifoundit/message
#139: Mitch Canham is the Head Baseball Coach at Oregon State University. Coach Canham played at Oregon State where he was a 2007 All-American and guided the Beavers to three trips to Omaha, culminating in National Championships in 2006 and 2007.Following his stellar career at Oregon State, he was selected in the first round, 57th overall, by the San Diego Padres in the 2007 MLB First-Year Player Draft. He was the sixth first-round selection in Oregon State history.He spent four seasons with the Padres' organization, reaching as high as Triple-A Portland. He also spent time with the Oakland Athletics, St. Louis Cardinals, Kansas City Royals and Washington Nationals' organizations before ending his professional playing career with the independent Lincoln Saltdogs in 2015.After playing he decided to get into coaching and served in different roles with the Seattle Mariners as manager of the Arkansas Travelers, Modesto Nuts, and Clinton Lumber Kings before arriving in Corvallis as head coach at Oregon State. Canham's contributions to local communities have continued during his professional career and include founding and serving as the CEO of BASE By Pros LLC, an organization that provides personalized baseball instruction and mentorship to kids across the country.During his time at Oregon State he has led the Beavers to 2 NCAA Regionals and 1 NCAA Super regional in his first 3 full seasons, with a record of 141-71.On the show he shares his story, the power of effective communication, body language, the art of teaching, pouring into others, leadership, what the best do, resilience, and much more. Enjoy the show!
Justin Davis is the co-founder of RefineUs Ministries. He is the co-author of the 2012 bestselling marriage book, "Beyond Ordinary" with his wife Trish. In college, Justin Davis was an All-American basketball player at Lincoln Christian University. His latest book "Being Real > Being Perfect" is out now. Sign up for our Sports Spectrum Magazine and receive 15% off a 1-year subscription by using the code PODCAST15 http://SportsSpectrum.com/magazine
In this captivating episode of the Varsity House Podcast, host Shaun Crawford welcomes the standout Notre Dame cornerback, Benjamin Morrison, for an in-depth discussion about his remarkable journey from tears to triumph. Discover the trials and tribulations behind Morrison's breakthrough season, as he reflects on the pressures of collegiate football, the influence of family values, and his unwavering faith. Morrison opens up about his jersey number choice, his admiration for Minkah Fitzpatrick, and the familial bonds that shaped his path to becoming an All-American athlete. This is an episode filled with raw emotion and inspiring stories that you won't want to miss.Support the show
Preview of #5 Kansas Jayhawks basketball vs #4 Connecticut Huskies basketball in Allen Fieldhouse on Friday night. The last two NCAA March Madness National Champions meet in KU vs UConn as Bill Self battles Dan Hurley. Matchup of two of possible All-American and National Player of the Year candidates in Hunter Dickinson vs Donovan Clingan as well as talent all over the court. UConn scouting report, top storylines, matchups of the game, players to watch like Kevin McCullar vs Cam Spencer and more. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. Terms and conditions apply. eBay Motors With all the parts you need at the prices you want, it's easy to turn your car into the MVP and bring home that win. Keep your ride-or-die alive at EbayMotors.com. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. PrizePicks Go to PrizePicks.com/lockedoncollege and use code lockedoncollege for a first deposit match up to $100! Daily Fantasy Sports Made Easy! Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase. FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kevin Carter, a studio analyst at CBS Sports Network for college football and the NFL, was an All-American at Florida and spent 14 years in the NFL becoming an All-Pro and Super Bowl Champion. In this first part, Kevin offers his state of college football "address" and what he was hoping to achieve when he arrived at Florida. He played for Steve Spurrier while being recruited by the likes of Bobby Bowden and Lou Holtz (at Notre Dame). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Sponsors We want to thank Underground Printing for starting this and making it possible—stop by and pick up some gear, check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com, or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, Matt Demorest - Realtor and Lender, Human Element, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, Winewood Organics, Sharon's Heating & Air Conditioning, SignalWire where we recorded this, and introducing to the podcast, Autograph: Rewarding Fans, who just launched an app where you earn rewards for things like reading MGoBlog and listening to our podcast. Featured Musicians: 8-Bit Big Band The Video: [After THE JUMP: The things said.] --------------------- 1. Ohio State After Review starts at the top. Defensively it was an NFL game. Michigan unleashed a dizzying array of coverages to hide McCord's leverage from him, and Ryan Day had all kinds of motions and switches to uncover it. The game turned on Mason Graham, who allowed Michigan to keep the pressure on McCord and play with an extra defender in the secondary because OSU could not run on him. Hutchinson-level? Not yet, but Hutchinson before his injury in 2020, where this guy is an All-American. Rod Moore was back to himself. Sainristil isn't a vet at outside cornerback, McBurrows is a good nickel. Offensively there was a lot left on the table. Michigan maximized its RPS wins, Corum's run was RPS+1 but also the biggest play in Michigan football history? JJ almost had a TD on the throwback to Johnson, who didn't recognize he had a Daylen Baldwin opportunity. Run game limited because Tyliek Williams played out of his mind. Going to be a negative in the run game charting for the first time in years, Barnhart especially. But he was their best in pass pro. Do. Not. Leave. JTT. Unblocked. 2. Iowa Preview: Offense starts at 22:44 Abominable, worst in the Power 5. Their receivers are a bad match for their QB, who needs a big target more than a good route. Injured TEs and OL who run a lot of stretch and counter trey: the kind of team Michigan should be best able to defend. Mitigator: Michigan likes to leave their safeties back and subject their DTs to doubles, while teams have been suffocating Iowa specifically because you can bring down your safeties and their RB will break a tackle for 50 yards once every three games. 3. Iowa Preview: Defense starts at 36:59 Excellent as always, with a lot more talent than we're used to. Five-star safety is playing like one, safety-ish linebacker from Virginia is athletic and their best pass-rusher. Plus the usual array of Iowa types. We wonder if their big-butted WLB is grading out so well (87 to PFF, over 90 in coverage) because he's more than a match for Big Ten West competition, but will get dusted if he has to keep up with Donovan Edwards. Missing Cooper DeJean but CBs have been fine. Again: competition question mark, and their DL isn't great at pass-rushing, so there's an opportunity for explosives except they take that away by playing soft cover 2. If they do that Michigan will have to grind them down like last year, but can they without Zinter? Their punter is incredible. Their backup kicker had to kick the game-winner against Nebraska. 4. The Other Conference Championships + Playoff Talk starts at 56:41 We go in order, starting with Washington-Oregon, which is not a 10-point game like Vegas has it. Oregon has been playing fantastic of late and Washington keeps needing to TCU its way through Pac-12 teams. But remember back when they played Washington had that game until Oregon surged back. Texas-Oklahoma State is the biggest spread, want to root for our old friend at QB but also rooting for Texas to get in to keep out the unwanted SEC teams and Ohio State. Georgia could lose to Bama, which is chaos, and we talk more about the committee's choices than the game. FSU beating Louisville would mean FSU goes ahead of any 1-loss team, and if Georgia complains about getting Oregon as the 4-seed they should pound sand. We don't believe in conspiracies; the committee cares about who wins the games, not what ESPN talking heads say to prop up the SEC. A Playoff without any SEC teams would be right, glorious, and absolutely deserved. About the Featured Musician: 8-BIT BAND We're back to letting Seth pick out the songs, so I'm going to nerd out and show you what I've been writing to for a lot of the year. It is this 25+ member orchestra of amazing jazz musicians who come together off their various projects to compose and produce big band versions of videogame music from our childhoods. I could describe further but Adam Neely, who's one of my favorite video essayists (one of the people worth getting a Nebula subscription for), has a 30-minute video on it. He also plays bass. The 8-Bit Band is playing December 15th at Sony Hall in New York, and January 13th at the Ferguson Center in Newport News. Song choices: Chrono Trigger Main Theme Bob-Omb Battlefield Still Alive Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
It's always fun to have someone appear on In The Circle for the first time. When you have TWO first-time guests, then start throwing a parade. We wrap up November with two new assistants to schools with lofty expectations in 2024. First, we caught new Georgia Assistant Coach Chelsea Wilkinson on returning back to her alma mater. She reflected on her journey from playing for the Bulldogs to now coaching them and all stops in between. Plus, Coach Wilkinson shares her thoughts on this year's roster which will have Georgia fans excited. Next, we travel north to Bloomington for a conversation with Indiana Assistant Coach Kendra Kirkhoff. She shares her thoughts on working with Head Coach Shonda Stanton and her role on the staff. She also reflects on her All-American playing career as well as her coaching journey which includes stops at Florida State, UCF, and most recently UNC-Greensboro. We wrap up the show discussing Delaware's move to CUSA in 2026 and what it could possibly mean for the Blue Hens' remaining tenure in the CAA
Jane Preyer made her mark as an All-American at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill before succeeding in the WTA Tour. She reached No. 43 and defeated some top players including Evonne Goolagong. Later she took to coaching and led the Duke University women to four ACC championships. Keith Richardson is now inducted into his fifth hall of fame. His career began with achievement at Appalachian State and was named a “Legend” in 2012. With victories over Kevin Curren and Eliott Teltscher, he rose to No. 63 in singles and No. 146 in doubles. Richardson also was honored as a teaching pro by the US Professional Tennis Association (USPTA). We also preview our year-end highlight episode, scheduled for release on Thursday, Dec. 14.
For November's theme of COMFORT FOOD we're revisiting movies of our youth and analyzing inspirational features featuring actors portraying characters with intellectual disabilities and it all culminates into this particular discussion which covers both bases quite nicely. The 1994 Robert Zemeckis film “Forrest Gump” starring Tom Hanks was a huge hit that landed a best picture Academy Award. It's an inspirational piece bookended by a feather that features a simple (dumb) man living an extraordinary life that he recounts to folks sitting on a park bench and nobody seems to recognize him despite the fact that he's an All-American college football player, a Medal of Honor winner, an international Ping Pong superstar, the owner of a very successful shrimping boat business and a guy that ran coast to coast for three years very publicly. He also gets laid only one time to a girl with AIDS but doesn't get it but he does get to raise the AIDS baby all by himself. I gotta remember to go easy on Jenny. She had a horrible childhood. She should have been in that room with Forrest inventing dances for Elvis. This movie still kind of hits even if it's even cheesier than you might recall. Funny for, perhaps, some unintentional reasons. He dropped the dime on Watergate, y'know? Subscribe to us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJf3lkRI-BLUTsLI_ehOsg Contact us here: MOVIEHUMPERS@gmail.com Hear us on podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6o6PSNJFGXJeENgqtPY4h7 Our OG podcast “Documenteers”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/documenteers-the-documentary-podcast/id1321652249 Soundcloud feed: https://soundcloud.com/documenteers Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/culturewrought
The last time Robert Brandt was on the podcast, we were announcing his retirement from the sport. This time, we're announcing his comeback. For those who aren't familiar with him, Robert was one of the top runners in the NCAA during his time at Cal Berkeley, UCLA, and then Georgetown, having six first-team All-American performances. He's run 3:55 in the Mile, 13:19 in the 5k (19th All-Time in the NCAA) & 27:39 in the 10k (19th All-Time in the NCAA). He was an Olympic Trials Finalist 5k and 10k and holds the schools record at Georgetown in the 5k and 10k Robert will be making his return to the sport on December 10 at The California International Marathon, where he will be aiming to qualify for the Olympic Trials in Orlando, Florida. In today's episode, Robert goes through his decision to come back to the sport in some capacity, his new outlook on the sport, recent training, starting beef, what the future might hold for him, and so much more. Anytime Rob comes on the podcast, it is bound to be a banger episode, and today is no exception. There are lots of good stories and wisdom in today's episode that you will not want to miss out on. Tap into the Robert Brandt Special. You can listen wherever you find your podcasts by searching, "The Running Effect Podcast." If you enjoy the podcast, please consider following us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and giving us a five-star review! I would also appreciate it if you share it with your friend who you think will benefit from it. The podcast graphic was done by the talented: Xavier Gallo. S H O W N O T E S -My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therunningeffect/?hl=en --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dominic-schlueter/message
Daniel came to the U.S. not knowing anything about American football. Now my dog is an All-American. I swear he's nothing like Spencer James in real life. Hire me and Ahrii to play two British dudes! We got range. He said Americans are more likely to support each other's dreams, but I think he just called us delusional.
A Suite Life with Special Guest Baron Davis - Exploring NBA, Entrepreneurship, and Community** Welcome to A Suite Life! In this engaging episode, hosts Malik Rasheed and Chief Johnson are thrilled to present a captivating conversation with none other than Baron Davis, a prominent figure in the world of basketball and entrepreneurship. Join us as we dive into the multifaceted journey of a 13-year NBA veteran, McDonald's All American, and the remarkable #3 overall pick in the 1999 NBA draft. Throughout this episode, we explore Baron Davis's remarkable transition from a celebrated basketball career to a flourishing entrepreneur. As we delve into his entrepreneurial endeavors, listeners will gain valuable insights into the mindset and strategies of a successful athlete turned business leader. From discussing Baron's ventures in tech, media, and entertainment to uncovering the driving forces behind his entrepreneurial spirit, this episode promises to inspire and enlighten aspiring entrepreneurs and sports enthusiasts alike. Moreover, we unravel the profound connection between Baron Davis and the vibrant city of Los Angeles, shedding light on his unwavering commitment to community upliftment and philanthropy. Discover how Baron's love for LA has translated into meaningful initiatives and impactful contributions, making a tangible difference in the lives of individuals and neighborhoods across the city. As we reflect on the highs and lows of a distinguished basketball career, listeners will be treated to compelling anecdotes, valuable life lessons, and memorable experiences from Baron's time on and off the court. From the thrill of competing at the highest levels of professional basketball to the dedication and resilience required to succeed in a fiercely competitive industry, this episode presents an intimate portrayal of a sports icon's journey. Don't miss out on this enriching conversation! Tune in to A Suite Life, available on all major podcast platforms and YouTube, to gain exclusive access to Baron Davis's remarkable insights, wisdom, and experiences. Like, subscribe, and download the episode to stay updated with our latest releases, and connect with us on our social media platforms to join the conversation and share your thoughts. Follow A Suite Life: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asuitelifepod/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@asuitelifepod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgdnIhfgBv2bBKwwn5qLQBw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ASUITELIFEPOD/ All Platforms https://asuitelife.podlink.to/listen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All-American linebacker and BTN analyst J Leman reviews Illini football's 2023 season and looks ahead to an important offseason. Leman discusses a brutal season-ending loss to Nortwhestern and then evaluates first-year defensive coordinator Aaron Henry and second-year offensive coordinator Barry Lunney Jr. Then Leman breaks down the keys to the Illini offseason and the transfer portal as well as Johnny Newton's NFL future. Follow the Illini Inquirer Podcast on: Apple: https://apple.co/3oMt0NP Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Xan2L8 Other: https://bit.ly/36gn7Ct Go VIP for just $1 at Illini Inquirer: bit.ly/3eGM1NK To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chris Eubanks is the "Draymond Green" of tennis. What we mean by that is he is one of the top players in the game, yet he is also broadcaster for the tennis channel when he has time. We chat with the former 2x All-American and current #34 ranked player on the ATP about what is takes to be a good broadcaster and how it's actually fueled his partnership deals off the court. Episode Breakdown: 0:00 - Intro - Welcome Chris Eubanks To The Show!1:30 - Chris' Atlanta Falcons Are Terrible! What Should They Do?3:00 - Chris Takes On Broadcasting - How Does He Balance Both?7:00 - Why Haven't More Athletes Done This?8:45 - Chris' Tennis Career And Broadcast Career Ascending Together13:00 - Commenting On Player Performance - How Chris Filters His Thoughts19:15 - Staying Fresh During The Offseason21:00 - Traveling - How To Manage The Schedule22:30 - Chris' Racket Sponsorship - Behind The Scenes Of The Deal, Payment Structure25:30 - Noah's Got An Idea..27:15 - Other Sponsorships? Glasses?29:00 - Who Chris Admires For Their Off The Court Endeavors31:15 - Thanks For Joining Chris! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/a--and--a/support
From teenage gang member to $40 million star of the New England Patriots, from All-American college player to drug addict, murderer, dead by suicide in his jail cell at age twenty-seven…you think you know the Aaron Hernandez story? You don't. For the first time, Aaron Hernandez's Killing Fields will reveal the real, hitherto unknown motive for the killing of Odin Lloyd—the only crime for which Hernandez was ever convicted and a revelation so shocking it will shake the foundations of the NFL itself. It will also unpick a pattern of violence and brutality stretching back to his time as a teenager at the University of Florida, revealing further shooting victims, evidence of his involvement in the double murder of Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado in 2012. Featuring new interviews with Hernandez's cellmates, serving police investigators, prosecutors, psychologists, attorneys—as well as key witnesses including Hernandez's drug dealer, a male stripper he hired days before the killing of Lloyd—plus extensive testimony from relatives of Hernandez's victims, Aaron Hernandez's Killing Fields is the exhaustive, definitive account of the rise and fall of a man undone by his own appetite for violence, gangsterism, power, drugs, and self-destruction. This is the real Aaron Hernandez story—and perhaps just the beginning of a whole new murder investigation.
Bud Still is a former professional golfer from Texas. In the 80's Bud was the most highly recruited junior golfer in the state of Texas when he chose to attend the University of Arkansas where he went on to become a 3x All American and 4x All-Conference selection. He later played the Korn Ferry Tour (full time) and PGA Tour (part time). Jeff Champion is an Alabama golf legend. He spent many years playing professionally while seeking fame and fortune on the PGA Tour and along the way met some of his best friends; Boo Weekley, Bud Still and others. Affiliates: The Stack System is the ultimate device to use when looking to biohack your swing speed. Co-developed by ‘The Savant of Speed' – Dr. Sasho MacKenzie, and PING engineer Marty Jertsen, it is a device that every golfer can utilize to increase their swing speed. The Stack System uses AI to ensure that your development is as efficient as possible. To order The Stack you can do so on their website at www.thestacksystem.com. Be sure to use the discount code GOLF360 to receive your special discount. Sponsors: Get your 15% discount on your next order of JustThrive Probiotic at https://justthrivehealth.com/ (use code: GOLF360) Looking to play one of the best golf courses in the Hilton Head Island area? Be sure to check out Old South Golf Links and have one of your best golf experiences ever https://www.oldsouthgolf.com/
The Sponsors We want to thank Underground Printing for starting this and making it possible—stop by and pick up some gear, check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com, or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, Matt Demorest - Realtor and Lender, Human Element, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, Winewood Organics, Sharon's Heating & Air Conditioning, SignalWire where we recorded this, and introducing to the podcast, Autograph: Rewarding Fans, who just launched an app where you earn rewards for things like reading MGoBlog and listening to our podcast. Featured Musician: Nadim Azzam The Video: [After THE JUMP: The things said.] --------------------- 1. Ohio State Preview: Offense starts at the top Let's talk football! Ohio State's offense has taken a step back from nuclear, but they can explode with a couple of 1st round receivers, including the first WR off the board in April, and Treyveon Henderson, who can turn a missed tackle into a 57-yard touchdown at a moment's notice. Stover has been a much bigger part of their passing game, but Marvin Harrison Jr. and Emeka Egbuka are the stars there—Julian Fleming is another super blue chip who hasn't met his profile, and Xavier is Their center is Not Good so if Michigan can get them in long downs they should be able to get pressure up the middle and dominate the interior. They want to run Stretch and Counter; Michigan has the players to limit their gap runs but their zone runs are going to be difficult to stop with those light fronts. We'll see some interesting blitzes to try to win more of those back. 2. Ohio State Preview: Defense starts at 28:18 They've been much improved, and ain't played nobody (just like us). Notre Dame was able to push around their front, which doesn't have a 300-pound DT and might not have their most explosive backfield transgressor available. Their DEs have improved from last year but are not the top-3 overall hellbeasts they were projected to be as recruits—more like heavies who are difficult to dislodge: JTT = Mike Morris. Do not block with Tight Ends. Their LBs haven't been great, Seth thinks they will blitz a lot (like 2018) though they haven't much this year because that's a better use for them than having them sit back and read. Secondary is much improved despite losing Lathan Ransom for the season; Sonny Styles plays the Tight End-locked "Bandit" role in his stead while Jordan Hancock is an excellent "Nickel Safety" (Sainristil role) and Josh Proctor is back as a 6th year guy to be a solid free safety. They are not blitzing those safeties as much, preferring to sit back and prevent big plays, which they are EXCELLENT at. But Michigan might be able to go back to the 2021 approach. 3. Basketball in the Bahamas starts at 1 hour precisely. A loss to Memphis and a win vs Stanford set up tonight's battle for 5th place (really tied for 3rd but the order of your losses matters) with Texas Tech. Surprised to find this team can score in buckets but can't play defense. They can't have Reed out there in the last 2 minutes because he can't hit a free throw, and then they get off-balance if Nkamhoua has to take a breather. Tray Jackson has not been good thus far. Can't autobench Dug—he only gets 2 fouls per 40 and the offense can't operate without him. They need another point and they need a wing, and that's on admissions because they had transfers who wanted to come both years. 4. Maryland After Review starts at 1:10:36 Defensively it was the same game we've been playing every week, where the opponent has some stuff prepared (in this case it was the old RPO that Locksley and Gattis ran at Bama) and Michigan is practicing their base defense for Ohio State. The defensive line could be the best in program history, with Mason Graham playing like an All-American and Kenneth Grant turning into a monster, but that takes weird extrapolation because they're only on the field for 50% of the snaps. Secondary played like butt against the first good passing offense they faced, which is not a good sign for this weekend. Johnson got beat twice, Wallace looked like he needed to be pulled, and it's a bit late to be falling back on Sainristil outside and McBurrows in the slot, but that's the answer if Wallace can't stay with Egbuka. Bad day for the safeties—do not like Rod Moore missing tackles given what's coming up. Offensive, it was a terrible game for JJ, who wasn't seeing downfield shots that were drawn up for him. We play whack-a-take with the excuses and some are good: JJ didn't practice as much this week after being injured, he lost Roman Wilson who's the guy he'd normally be going to in those situations, and Maryland surprised him with some shifts after the snap. Can't blame the wind. Really didn't like the gameplan: you run 13 times then put out a passing offense to pass—there's no subterfuge there! Why can't this team run play-action when they are great at play-action? WHY? There's no answer. About the Featured Musician: NADIM AZZAM This year we are partnering with The Blind Pig for bumper music, since that's where I've seen most of the bands I've been pushing anyways. And now that we're at Ohio State week I have a reveal for you all: The man choosing the music all this time has been Nadim Azzam, who in addition to helping out the Pig is a rising star in the Detroit-Ann Arbor music scene himself. The Ann Arbor-based singer, rapper, and songwriter is soulful, witty, and technical, kind of like a blog you know. Azzam's new album Dreams For The Future is out now! Song choices: The Come Up Get the Money Night Walk Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
We have a lot to be THANKFUL for. Thank you for listening to this podcast. Hope it inspires you and that you subscribe to "Run The Race." People will watch a lot of football before, during and after Thanksgiving feasts. This week's guest knows a lot about that sport...and faith in God! (2:58) He's the current University of Alabama football team Chaplain, who was an All-American defensive back for the Tide under Coach Bear Bryant, and went on to play 6 seasons in the NFL. My chat with Jeremiah Castille opens up with his take on the Iron Bowl, this Saturday's Bama at Auburn game, which he calls the greatest rivalry in college football! How does he think both teams will respond? And he explains why he took it "personal" the 4 Iron Bowls he played in. (8:20) We talk about what he does at practices and on game days as team chaplain, with chapel hours before every game, scripture and themes like the one this year: "A Season of Greatness." Jeremiah talks about how God uses sports like football as a tool to put your faith into practice! As he went up against bigger players often, his mantra was the scripture "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." (12:12) In the 2nd grade, he told a teacher he was going to play pro football. How did he know? And hear why he encourages kids, anyone to Dream Big. And Jeremiah talks about playing for the legendary Coach Bear Bryant at Bama who he describes as a "Champion" (each of those letters comes with a certain attribute we can all take with us). (16:28) This former Bama star intentionally witnesses to his teammates with the Tampa Bay Bucs and Denver Broncos, explaining how/where he learned to share his faith, using football as a platform for spreading God's Good News, not being loud but living out his faith. It wasn't easy, as Jeremiah's mom was an alcoholic who eventually turned her life around. (23:38) Speaking of family, his legacy of faith involves 3 daughters and 3 sons, one of whom was the lead in the movie "Woodlawn" (God opening a door) and has been in a big CBS show now for 4 seasons. (28:32) He also explains how they use free football camps to invest, influence, impact and inspire the next generation through the Jeremiah Castille Foundation. Learn more: https://www.castillefoundation.org/. (31:45) We talk briefly about his favorite place in the world, Israel, (33:35) Jeremiah closes our episode in prayer, then he gives quick rundown of his current fitness routine, 30+ years since his NFL career. Thanks for listening to the #RunTheRace podcast! Also, write a quick review about it, on Apple podcasts. For more info and all past episodes, go to www.wtvm.com/podcast/.
This week we chat with the 17th All-American in Bates men's cross country history: senior captain Ned Farrington, who earned the honor last Saturday while competing as an individual at the NCAA Championships. Also, we talk with women's basketball senior captain Morgan Kennedy about the team's 3-0 start, and introduce you to a pair of first-years who made a big splash in the pool on Saturday in their first collegiate meet. All that and more... Interviews this episode: 0:50 -- Ned Farrington '24, Men's Cross Country captain. (Male Bobcat of the Week) 11:20 -- Danny Feldman, Head Coach, Cross Country. 18:24 -- Morgan Kennedy '24, Women's Basketball captain. (Female Bobcat of the Week) 23:00 -- Sarah Palmer '27, Women's Swimming & Diving. 27:51 -- John Weigel '27, Men's Swimming & Diving. 33:13 -- Andy Martagon '24, Women's Squash captain. 41:16 -- Matt Coyne, Head Coach, Football.
Dottie Pepper is an accomplished champion as a junior, collegiate, & professional golf player. Dottie earned a full-ride to Furman University, where she won individually 5x, was a 3x All-American, and twice recognized as Furman Female Athlete of the Year. Dottie led the Furman Paladins to four NCAA National Championship appearances, and Dottie individually finished inside the Top-5 three of her four years, including a 2nd place finish in 1985. Following her amateur career, Dottie, had an amazing professional career with 17 wins and 2 majors, and six Solheim Cup appearances. Dottie, sometimes referred to as "Hot Pepper" was a dominant force for the US Solheim Cup team with a career 5-1 Singles record. Upon an early retirement due to injury, Dottie transitioned into the broadcasting world working as a a broadcaster for networks such as ESPN, The Golf Channel, and now CBS. Dottie is now also an author, releasing her book, "Letters to a Future Champion," a unique and personal compilation of letters to and from Dottie and her late coach, Mr. Pulver. Episode Content: Dottie and Mo discuss Dottie's memories and stories for her experiences in her professional career as a player and becoming the first walking commentator at the Masters in 2020. Dottie and Mo also talk through topics relevant for younger generations including personal accountability, work ethic, and if you reach #1, what do you do once you reach that pinnacle?@dottie_pepperwww.dottiepepper.netContact Coach Mo@firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Golf Academy at St. Johns Located at St. Johns Golf & CC in St. Augustine/St. Johns, FL@thegolfacademy_st.johnswww.stjohnsgolf.com
All-American linebacker and BTN analyst J Leman joins Illini Inquirer's Jeremy Werner to break down Illinois football's 15-13 loss to Iowa. J discusses what Illinois did well to give itself a chance to win in Iowa City and what went wrong late in the fourth quarter to lead to a loss. He discuss some bright spots for the Illini. John Paddock's performance, the secondary's continual issues and what the coaching staff could've done differently down the stretch. Leman then looks ahead to a must-win game against Northwestern on Saturday and makes his pick for Ohio State at Michigan. Follow the Illini Inquirer Podcast on: Apple: https://apple.co/3oMt0NP Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Xan2L8 Other: https://bit.ly/36gn7Ct Go VIP for just $1 at Illini Inquirer: bit.ly/3eGM1NK To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Back on the podcast, fresh off of a historic season, is The Spanish Rocket Mario Garcia Romo. This season, Mario ran a Spanish National Record 3:47 in the Mile at the Diamond League Final, ran 3:29 in the 1500m in Oslo, placed 6th in the 1500m at the 2023 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, and had multiple top performances at Diamond Leagues around the world. In high school, Mario had personal bests of 1:50.66 in the 800m, 3:42.35 in the 1500m, and 8:12 in the 3000m. Mario then went to Ole Miss, where he quickly made a name for himself as one of the top runners in the nation. Mario was a 7-time All-American & 6-time SEC Champion. Perhaps the pinnacle of his NCAA years, Mario won the Mile at the 2022 Indoor Track and Field Championships. He placed fourth at the 2022 World Championships in Eugene, Oregon. That same summer, he placed third at the European Championships in the 1500m. In today's episode, Mario goes through his fall training, learning how to play the piano, his big performances from 2023, takeaways and reflections from the seasons, how he wants to give back to the sport, and so much more! This is one of my favorite episodes ever in the history of the podcast! Mario always brings his A-Game with insightful answers and a fun spirit. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from one of the fastest runners in the world! Tap into the Mario Garcia Romo Special. You can listen wherever you find your podcasts by searching "The Running Effect Podcast." If you enjoy the podcast, please consider following us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and giving us a five-star review! I would also appreciate it if you share it with your friend who you think will benefit from it. The podcast graphic was done by the talented: Xavier Gallo S H O W N O T E S -2Before: Code: "THERUNNINGEFFECT30" for 30% off: https://2before.com/ -My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therunningeffect/?hl=en --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dominic-schlueter/message
WOMEN'S TEAM CHAMPIONS | NC STATE THREEPEAT! – The NC State women won their third consecutive team title with a narrow one-point victory victory Northern Arizona, which marked the closest team finish in NCAA Cross Country Championship history for the women's side. – NC State is the first school to win back-to-back-to-back NCAA team titles since Stanford won from 2005 to 2007. – The Wolfpack was led by 2022 NCAA champion Katelyn Tuohy, who was dealing with a slight sickness and still managed to finish fifth overall in 19:23.0. Amaris Tyynismaa (25th in 19:55.3) and Sam Bush (28th in 20:00.7) also earned All-American honors. – The Wolfpack had big performances by Leah Stephens (43rd in 20:08.2) and Grace Hartman (20:24.4) as the team was without Kelsey Chmiel, who was third at last year's championships. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
In this episode of Mother Earth News and Friends, we're talking with Erin Hamilton of the Mushroom Conservatory all about how to cultivate mushrooms at home. In this special video podcast, learn about growing mushrooms in coffee grounds and in straw, explore the best grain for mushroom spawn, get a mushroom liquid culture recipe, and more. You can also get one of the best mushroom-growing kits for beginners from the Mushroom Conservatory and start your mushroom-growing journey today – we can't recommend them enough! This episode is sponsored by All American. For more resources, view this podcast at https://www.motherearthnews.com/podcast/cultivating-mushrooms-at-home-zepz2311zawar More from Mother Earth News and Friends
On this week's episode of the Going Deep podcast, Brandon Angelo and Matt Waldman discuss Tony Pollard's struggles, a recently cut RB of value, Trevor Lawrence, C.J. Stroud, and the need to contextualize quarterback data. Brandon Angelo works in sports and human performance. A former 4-time All-American and Power Five conference champion sprinter, Brandon is a mentor, instructor, and guide for athletes. He's also the proprietor of Angelo Analysis, a subscription-based fantasy website devoted to player evaluation. After doing a few podcasts together during the past 12 months, Brandon and I decided we would enjoy having a recurring show to discuss aspects of player evaluation and NFL Draft topics that you don't often hear about in mainstream media. This pre-draft pod about the NFL's disparities with 40 times and several more '23 draft and free agent topics is a must-listen. Going Deep will feature podcasts twice a month. You can either watch/listen on YouTube, listen from the player at the bottom of the page, or download the podcast at most outlets, including Google, Spotify, and iTunes. This Week's Topics Trevor Lawrence's data paints a worse picture than the film and the film don't lie. C.J. Stroud is off to a strong start, but placing him in the elite category of passers is premature. Quarterback data often lacks necessary contextualization and why that impacts scouting and media. Tony Pollard's decline in production has to do with injury. Brandon explains the difference between being ready to play and being healthy enough to play their best. Why players end up in situations where they are ready to play but often never return to their top form. A recently cut RB who has starter value and is at least worth monitoring. And of course, if you want to know about the rookies from this draft class, you will find the most in-depth analysis of offensive skill players available (QB, RB, WR, and TE), with the 2023 Rookie Scouting Portfolio for $21.95. Matt's new RSP Dynasty Rankings and Two-Year Projections Package is available for $24.95 If you're a fantasy owner and interested in purchasing past publications for $9.95 each, the 2012-2022 RSPs also have a Post-Draft Add-on that's included at no additional charge. If you're a fantasy owner and interested in purchasing past publications for $9.95 each, the 2012-2022 RSPs also have a Post-Draft Add-on that's included at no additional charge. Best yet, proceeds from sales are set aside for a year-end donation to Darkness to Light to combat the sexual abuse of children.
On the most recent episode of Before the Hedges, DawgNation's Jeff Sentell broke down the Wednesday flip of 4-star Dublin High School DL Nasir Johnson from Florida to the 'Dawgs. We had an interview with Dublin coach Roger Holmes on Johnson. What can DawgNation look forward to with a big DL so athletic he can throw a football 70 yards? Holmes shared his insight on the newest 'Dawg commit. The intel this week also leads one to believe 4-star WR commitment Nitro Tuggle will remain "locked in" with the nation's No. 1 recruiting class for 2024. What is the status of the commitment of All-American junior LB commitment Jadon Perlotte? Perlotte didn't mess around in his thoughts on that one when speaking to DawgNation. We also gave out a deserving Dawg of the Week honor to 4-star EDGE commitment Quintavius Johnson on the show. "Hedges" this week also recapped how the 'Dawgs did with junior college visitors Jaden Hamlin and Brien Taylor for the Ole Miss game. The visit from 3-star Virginia Tech cornerback commitment Marcellus Barnes Jr. also caught our attention on Saturday. You can catch "Before the Hedges" every Wednesday at 8 PM on the DawgNation Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. "Hedges" also now streams every Wednesday night on the DawgNation.com home page.
Losing Tolu Smith for the first two months of the season had Mississippi State fans concerned about their men's basketball team. If the first three games are any indication, the Bulldogs are going to be just fine until their All-American big man returns. Brian Hadad and Robbie Faulk take a break from coaching searches to talk some hoops. Brian Hadad of SportsTalk Mississippi and Robbie Faulk of 24/7 give you the best insight into Mississippi State athletics. We cover the Bulldogs like no one else. This show is a production of SuperTalk Mississippi Media. Learn more at SuperTalk.FM Brought to you by... Strange Brew Coffeehouse - https://strangebrewcoffeehouse.myshopify.com/ College Corner - https://collegecornerstore.com/ Restaurant Tyler - https://www.eatlocalstarkville.com/restaurant-tyler Mississippi Beef Council - https://www.msbeef.org/ Two Brothers - https://www.twobrotherssmokedmeats.com/ Advantage Business Systems - https://www.absms.com/ PriorityOne Bank - https://priorityonebank.com/ Dolce Gelato Treats - https://www.facebook.com/dolcestarkville/
On this week's episode of GOLF's Subpar, PGA Tour pro Chandler Phillips joins former PGA Tour pro Colt Knost and jicky jack legend Drew Stoltz for an exclusive interview. The 3-time All-American from Texas A&M talks securing his tour card for the 2024 season, if Cam Champ or Sam Bennett was the better roommate and what it's been like going head to head with Scottie Scheffler throughout his competitive career. ----- Subscribe to our new YouTube Now: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt5ESUx6omMUsMoEKvMTzlA Shop The Birdie Juice Collection: https://fairwayjockey.com/collections/birdie-juice Follow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/golf_subpar/?hl=en Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/golf_subpar?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor ----- This week's episode of Subpar is brought to you by Cincoro Tequila. The Blanco, Reposado and Añejo can be enjoyed in cocktails, straight up or on the rocks, it's the perfect golf course companion. So if you haven't already, go to Cincoro.com or your local store to buy a bottle and try the delicious liquid. ----- Thanks to Ralph Lauren, the Official Outfitter of the United States Ryder Cup team and of GOLF's Subpar. The RLX Golf collection is available in select Ralph Lauren stores, exclusive private clubs, and resorts, and online at RalphLauren.com. https://www.ralphlauren.com/brands-golf?&utm_source=OtherPartners&utm_medium=GolfSubparPodcastRLSponsorship_GolfSubpar_PodcastPlacement_2023_GolfSubparPodcastRLSponsorship