Welcome to the August 2, 2022 edition of the Torg Stories podcast. On this episode I talk with Dr. Sarah Zurhellen, assistant director of the Writing Across the Curriculum program at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. This conversation is a part of a larger project in which I’m focusing on that examines the […]
On a Tuesday edition of The Drive, Josh makes the case for who he'd like to see as Carolina Panthers starting quarterback, what racing fans in North Wilkesboro need to be okay with, and his pick for the best division in college football. Head coach of App State football, Shawn Clark, joins the show to discuss the Tar Heels coming to Boone, in a month, takeaways from App State's offseason, and listen to Mack Brown's wrestling promo.
On a Wednesday Drive, Josh comes to the defense of Sam Hartman, addresses Jaycee Horn's injury, discusses the best atmosphere between NC State at ECU, UNC at App State, and the Aggie-Eagle Classic at Bank of America Stadium, and remembers what "Dragon Breath" is, in a session of Grahammer School with 6th man of the Tar Heels, BDaht. Voice of USA Baseball, Daron Vaught, joins the show to discuss the Red Sox, whether or not ghosting is acceptable, and the last time he was physically in a bank, in "Unusual Questions".
Gary Stokan, executive director of the Chick fil-A Peach Bowl joins Adam to preview the two sold out Chick fil-A kickoff games this season between Oregon vs. Georgia, and Clemson vs. Georgia Tech. North Carolina head coach Mack Browns shares his thoughts on the upcoming season by discussing his teams two road games at App State and Georgia State. He also describes how he sees the state of college football currently. Also, Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson talks about how the university has invested in the football program and other athletic programs off the success from last season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode, we are joined for the 1st time by Former Bucs and Ravens Tight End Daniel Wilcox (@CoachWilcox). He tells us Rex Ryan stories from his time in the league, and about how Daniel Jeremiah was his College QB at App State. We also talk a little bit about Lamar Jackson and Hollywood Brown, Joe Flacco and the Ravens, Ozzie Newsome, and some of the magic behind the Ravens "silver standard" of excellence. We also go down all kinds of rabbit holes about the 2000s Ravens defense and the motion offense in the NFL. Check out Daniel on the Bleav in Ravens Podcast - Bleav Subscribe to our new Podcast series. The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty on Apple Podcasts. Episode 1 and 2 are out now, and Episode 3 will release on Wednesday, July 13th. Part 1: The Greatest Dynasty in North American Pro Sports – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 2: Gregg Popovich – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify CKSAML Productions This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
2022 Preview Season begins with the Group of Five Conferences + Independents. The Bros answer the following questions: Will Cincinnati three-peat as AAC champions? Will the 2022 Conference USA championship game be a rematch between UTSA and Western Kentucky? Which is more likely: Northern Illinois repeats as MAC West division champions or Kent State repeats as MAC East division champions? Will Boise State regain the top spot in the Mountain West in 2022? Who is more likely to win their division: Louisiana in the Sun Belt West or App State in the Sun Belt East? Is BYU a top 25 team?
Paul Swann discusses the Marshall Thundering Herd's first matchup versus App State as a member of the Sun Belt Conference with radio play-by-play voice Adam Witten from the Mountaineers on the Appalachian Sports Network. For more podcasts, including interviews and entire shows, go to The Drive with Paul Swann podcast page. Listen to the show weekday afternoons, at 5:00 p.m on ESPN 94.1 & AM 930. Find Paul Swann on Twitter: @PaulSwann. Everywhere Else: https://linktr.ee/PaulSwann --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
It's not uncommon for agents to record a good number of transactions in one year then have a weak year afterwards, and often the broker or even the agent themselves aren't at fault. It's usually because the people who know, like and trust them didn't buy or sell houses that year. And so, for real estate agents who want to make their income more predictable, investing is one way to close the income gap. In this episode, real estate agent and investor Carl Buch, who's literally been in the real estate business since he could walk and is now an established investor, gives insight into building a successful real estate business. If you're out and about talking to people, that's a great way to find deals. - Carl Buch Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode Benefits of a real-estate license Do agent-investors have more advantages than investors with no real estate license? Why investing provides more income predictability Our income isn't always 100% reliable. How does investing help to fill this gap? How to stay balanced when you have other passions Why are systems so important? Guest Bio Carl is both an agent and investor, largely in commercial investing these days, but his background encompasses real estate in residential as well. He's been in the real estate game since he could walk, following in his father's footsteps, an investor/broker in Charlotte, NC. His building science bachelor's degree from Appalachian State prepped him in the ways of architecture, construction, and engineering. App State's Boone locale, in the heart of North Carolina's Mountains, also set him on his path to outdoor recreation and passion for adventure. So, before graduating in 2010, he bought his first house in his dream locale – Chattanooga, TN – where small-town vibes meet big city amenities. In 2018, he joined forces with Prestige Property Brokers; a small boutique firm focused on the custom client experience and passion for relationships. These passions guide his life, and he relishes the opportunity to guide his clients to theirs. For more information, visit https://www.chattpropertysolutions.net or connect with Carl on LinkedIn.
Former Porter Ridge High School and current Coastal Carolina quarterback Grayson McCall hops on to talk about his expectations for the 2022 season, his high school meeting with Sam Howell and the budding rivalry with App State. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode we will be talking UFO news, Helens bridge, A haunted dorm at App State and some strange tales of the Appalachian mountains!
Mac and Bone open a Friday show talking about the Celtics coming from behind to beat the Warriors, replaying what Shawn Clark had to say about App State football yesterday and taking the Teppature for a third straight day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to "The Red Dot Pod". Our podcast tells the story of Dr. Richard Stahl, a former App State professor imprisoned in the early 2000s for money laundering after the mysterious death of a coconspirator led to Stahl receiving a $5 million insurance payout. Stahl is a fascinating and controversial character of the North Carolina high country who built an ostentatious black mansion that was the subject of local lore for many years - the mansion was known in the town of Boone as "The Red Dot House". The infamous house became the center of a rumor mill in the town it stood for 25 years. It was around 10,000 square feet, long and rectangular in shape, jammed in the side of a mountain overlooking the college town of Boone, North Carolina. It was painted pitch black, with a bright red dot near the apex of its main wall. The inside was also far from mundane - designed and decorated so unusually that it stirred the most outlandish of rumors from aliens to satanic cults. But the house is only the beginning of the story... The original builder and owner was a longstanding professor of education at Appalachian State University named Dr. Richard Stahl. He vacated the house in 2004 to serve a prison term, following a 24-count federal indictment for a complicated life insurance scheme that ended with one coconspirator dead and Stahl $5 million richer. Join us on a this journey as we tell the fascinating story of Dr. Richard Stahl, his crime, and his infamous red dot house. Our plan is to share with you all the details and viewpoints we can find, with a healthy dose of our own thoughts... and to let you draw your own conclusions.
The guys chat with head coach of App State football, Shawn Clark, about the outlook for his team in 2022, facing the Tar Heels in the season opener and his thoughts on NIL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Eric Mac Lain of the ACC Network stopped by to talk about the upcoming football season, and some non-conference matchups early in the season that he's looking forward to most, including UNC football at App State football, and NC State football at ECU football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The New Orleans Saints selected App State linebacker D'Marco Jackson in the NFL Draft's fifth round. While he's widely regarded as a core special teamer in terms of expectation, if Kwon Alexander isn't back in New Orleans, the Saints could turn to him to help on defense as well behind Demario Davis and Pete Werner. Even after the rookie class and Tyrann Mathieu signing, the Saints absolutely have enough money to sign any free agent, including Jarvis Landry. Beyond Jarvis Landry, another home run offseason move would be extending C.J. Gardner-Johnson early. Ahead of the NFL's schedule release this week, it's clear that the most exciting Saints game this season will be hosting the Cincinnati Bengals, joe Burrow, Ja'Marr Chase, and other LSU stars in the Superdome. Michael Thomas will be the most impactful non-QB when it comes to the Saints' success this season. Find and follow Locked On Saints on your favorite podcast platforms:
Miguez comes home! Matt, Nick, Gerry and MAT together for the first time as a group. The guys discuss final thoughts on the weekend in Atlanta for baseball, post-season potential scenarios, the evolution of Matt Deggs & the 2022 team, Kendall Rogers comments, the NCAA proposing sweeping changes that will drastically impact baseball programs across the country, preview the App State trip, and we'll play a little game: Draft your Staff - Ragin Cajuns edition. Join us! Final Thoughts on Ga State [5:08] Post-season Theories [13:22] SBC Update [20:38] Q&A: Miguez' Deggs Interview [27:30] Kendall Rogers comments [37:59] NCAA Proposes Big Changes for Baseball [47:06] Draft Your Best Cajun Pitching Staff [01:12:58] App State by the Numbers [01:35:06]
D'Marco Jackson, 1st Team All Sun Belt in 2020 and 2021, and Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year for 2021, joins the podcast to talk to Kurt and Sully about his time at App State, how he is preparing for the Draft, and much more! Make sure to follow us on Instagram @AllSportsCulture!
On this episode of the Beyond the Helmet we are joined by All-American linebacker from App State, D'Marco JacksonGet to know D'Marco Jackson! D'Marco went from redshirting his first year, to getting - then losing - a starting job to blossoming into the DPOY in his conference and all-American. His meteoric rise over his career culminated with a terrific showing at the Reese's Senior Bowl and invite to the NFL Combine.Jackson will be playing on Sundays this fall. One team will be lucky enough to get a young man who continues to improve his game each and every year. If you like this episode please share it with someone who you think will enjoy it! At least leave a comment, subscribe, hit the like button - anything so others can find us!Support the show (http://www.viqtorysports.com)
Mark Cascio just finished his first year as an assistant coach for the App State Mountaineers. He discusses their process for postseason evaluations, including how those evals shape players' offseason workouts.This episode is sponsored by the Dr. Dish Basketball Shooting Machine. Mention "Quick Timeout" and receive $300 off on the Dr. Dish Rebel, All-Star, and CT models.Find out more about Coach Mark Cascio's Courtside ConsultingThe Four-Coactive Model of Player Preparation
WILMINGTON IN THE HOUSE!!! Matt Miller is a skater, photographer, and filmer from Wilmington, NC. He's a well-traveled, well-connected dude who's immersed himself in several different NC skate scenes over the years. After graduating from the photography program at App State he utilized his talent behind the lens and his network of rippers to create his very own NC skate zine, the infamous Skateboner Mag. All 8 issues of the mag are available in digital format at www.skatebonermag.com, so do your homework and check out some gracefully curated NC skate history. We talked about his inspiration behind starting the mag, trips and people that resulted in epic photo and written content, his role as the treasurer of Asheville foundation, and much more radness. Thanks for the good times and stories, Matt!
App State head coach JohnMark Bentley joins the show to talk about NIL and RTCs from the perspective of a mid-major school. Send in user submissions to 515-509-5071 or FRLsubmissions@flosports.tv! Use promo code FLO at takedownshop.com for 20% off. Run of Show (0:00) Ohio is voting on whether or not to allow high schoolers to use NIL (6:52) international rule changes and why the US Open is different this year (26:06) JohnMark Bentley joins the program
Quarterbacks Coach / Passing Game Coordinator Frank Ponce is in his first season as a member of the Miami Hurricanes Football coaching staff, where he serves as quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator. Ponce arrives in Coral Gables after spending the 2021 season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Appalachian State. Ponce, a Miami native with deep roots in south Florida, previously worked under head coach Mario Cristobal from 2007-12. “I am fired up to welcome Coach Ponce back home to Miami,” Cristobal said upon Ponce's hiring. “Coach Ponce has a reputation as an elite offensive coach whose groups rank among the nation's best. He is a tremendous recruiter and talent developer, and his units have always been defined by their toughness, their balance and their explosiveness. I know he will continue to build on that track record at home with the Hurricanes.” In Ponce's second stint at App State in 2021, Mountaineers Chase Brice set a single-season program record for passing yards (3,337) and the Mountaineers extended their FBS-leading streak of consecutive years with a 1,000-yard rusher to 10 while averaging 34.5 points per game. The offense helped App State post a 10-win regular season and win the Sun Belt's East Division title. “I'm truly excited just being a part of this organization and this University, especially with Coach Cristobal,” Ponce said upon his hiring. “I've worked with him before. I know what his vision is and everyone wants to be part of a championship program and he's going to bring that to the city of Miami. “I'm excited. My family is here. I am from Miami and I grew up rooting for the Hurricanes. And now I am here wearing ‘The U' on my chest. And I can't tell you how excited and happy I am to be here back in the city of Miami, but most importantly, with University of Miami football.” Ponce was App State's co-offensive coordinator (passing game) and quarterbacks coach for six seasons from 2013-18. In 2019, Ponce joined the Louisville Cardinals' staff where he served as quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator for two seasons before returning to App State. After helping lead App State to a 48-16 record and three consecutive Sun Belt championships during his five FBS seasons in Boone, Ponce oversaw the 2019 development of Louisville quarterback and new full-time starter Malik Cunningham, who set the school record with a passing efficiency rating of 194.45 — a number that would have ranked No. 2 nationally with one more pass attempt. Cunningham threw for 4,682 yards with 42 touchdowns, rushed for 1,091 yards with 13 touchdowns and completed 63.6 percent of his throws in his two seasons with Ponce, becoming the only Louisville quarterback to ever have four touchdown passes of at least 75 yards. Three-year App State starter Zac Thomas was a relatively unknown commodity replacing record-breaking quarterback Taylor Lamb back in 2018, and Ponce helped Thomas make an immediate splash as a first-year starter who developed into the Sun Belt's Offensive Player of the Year with 2,039 passing yards, 504 rushing yards, 21 passing touchdowns, 10 rushing touchdowns and just six interceptions during an 11-2 season. Ponce excelled as a high school coach in his home state from 1992-2006 before joining Cristobal's staff at FIU as the wide receivers coach from 2007-12. Ponce left FIU in 2013 to become the Mountaineers' passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Under Ponce's mentorship, Lamb finished his App State career as the school and Sun Belt record holder with 90 touchdown passes. The only FBS quarterbacks in 2017 with career totals of at least 9,000 passing yards and 2,000 rushing yards were Lamb, Ohio State's J.T. Barrett and Louisville's Lamar Jackson. With 27 touchdown passes and six interceptions as a senior, Lamb had the third-best season for an App State quarterback in terms of touchdown-to-interception ratio, and he led the conference in passing efficiency during three of his four seasons. As a first-year App State assistant, one season before Lamb became the starter as a redshirt freshman, Ponce directed the Southern Conference's second-ranked passing attack (271.8 yards per game). He helped quarterback Kameron Bryant set a school record for single-season completion percentage (71.2) and throw for 2,713 yards even though Bryant came into the season with just 13 snaps under his belt. Ponce is also renowned for his recruiting ability, as he was named the Sun Belt's top recruiter by ESPN.com in 2010. He coached six of the top 10 receivers in FIU history during his six seasons with the Golden Panthers. His most notable pupil at FIU was three-time All-American T.Y. Hilton, now a standout with the Indianapolis Colts. Prior to FIU, Ponce was one of the top high school coaches in football-rich south Florida, serving as the head coach and offensive coordinator at tradition-laden Miami Senior High from 2004-06 and the head coach at Coral Reef High from 2002-03. He began his coaching career with stints as an assistant at La Progresiva Presbyterian School (offensive coordinator – 1992), Coral Gables High (quarterbacks/wide receivers – 1993-96), Miami Northwestern High (quarterbacks – 1998), Miami Central High (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks – 1999-2000) and Miami Killian High (offensive coordinator – 2001). As a coach at Miami Central, he mentored Willis McGahee, who went on to become an All-America running back at the University of Miami and a two-time NFL Pro Bowler. Ponce enjoyed a decorated playing career as a quarterback at Miami Senior, where he was the team MVP and a finalist for the 1988 Miami Herald Hispanic Athlete of the Year Award. He went on to become the starting quarterback for two years at Arizona Western College, where he earned an associate's degree in arts in 1990. He earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from Florida International in 1997. Ponce and his wife, Christine, are the parents of two daughters, Isabel and Leah, and a pair of sons, Frankie and Lucas.
Hosted by Ryan Smith This weeks episode: - Former East Forsyth standout CB Madison Cone reflects on his career from High School to College with Wisconsin and App State and discusses his next moves - Tulane Women's Basketball HC Lisa Stockton talks about her basketball career playing high school ball in the Triad, playing in the ACC for Wake Forest and more Previous Episodes available via the Tobacco Road Sports Radio Podcast Network --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tobacco-road-sports-radio/support
Energy is on everyone's mind these days, whether its the gas in your gar or the heat in your house. How communities and their utilities source energy that is efficient and sustainably focused is as important as ever.On this week's Mind Your Business, Ed Miller of App State's New River Light and Power updates us on the utility's plans for future infrastructure investment. He also discusses how people can maximize energy efficiency in their homes and businesses, and how the Green Power Program is setting the community up for future energy stability.Mind Your Business is produced weekly thanks to a partnership between Appalachian Commercial Real Estate and High Country Radio. Support the show (https://www.boonechamber.com/membership-information)
Today's show starts with discussion about N.C. State's loss to Wake Forest in Winston-Salem, Jim Boeheim's thoughts on Coach K and Kenny Pickett's hand size. App State football coach Shawn Clark joins the show to talk about playing UNC and Texas A&M in back to back weeks and Chase Brice in his second year in Boone. The voice of the Seattle Kraken, John Forslund, joins to talk about his first game back in Raleigh over the weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris breaks down a pair of victories from last night as South Carolina baseball took down the App State Mountaineers while Frank Martin's squad found a way to get a big home victory over Mizzou. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-spurs-up-show/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chris breaks down tonight's games as South Carolina baseball travels to Charlotte to take on the Mountaineers while Frank Martin's squad takes on Mizzou in the final home contest of the season. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-spurs-up-show/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Robert Thomas is an NC born-and-bred skater who recently defected to Richmond VA. He's bounced all over NC carving his life path and has made immeasurable contributions to skateboarding along the way. When we were at App State together he filmed/compiled iPhone Blues, which is my favorite full-length video of all time. We talked about building at the Boone DIY, bringing his brainchild Crabtree Sanctuary to life, assisting Lurk Report alumni Ashley Galleher with construction at her home skate complex, and much more. This is perhaps the most fried episode to date but everybody loves Bert and I knew he had some epic stories to unlock and share with the masses. Jah bless you all! Now go tre flip a mini board.