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Hi everybody and welcome to this week's episode of Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. Today's guest is author Peter Conners. If you're a reader of nonfiction and enjoy books about The Grateful Dead or the jamband scene at large, chances are that you've at least heard of Peter and hopefully read some of his books. Some of his titles include: “JAMerica: The history of the jam band and festival scene,” “White Hand Society: The Psychedelic Partnership of Timothy Leary and Allen Ginsberg,” “Cornell ‘77: The Music, The Myth, and the Magnificence of the Grateful Dead's Concert at Barton Hall,” “Growing up Dead: The Hallucinated Confessions of a Teenage Deadhead,” and “Beyond the Edge of Suffering: a book of prose poems.” You'll notice that these titles have at least two things in common: first, they all somehow revolve around the Grateful Dead or the Jamband scene, and second, they're all works of non fiction. However, Peter's latest release is a novel–his first published fictional work. It is called “Merch Table Blues,” and by the time this episode airs, it should be available everywhere you get books. Listen carefully to the first segment of this interview, and you'll hear more specific websites where you can find it and simultaneously support independent booksellers. Also, you can find relevant links in today's show notes.For today's episode, Peter picked “Chalkdust Torture” from July 20, 1991 at Arrowhead Ranch. I was thrilled when he chose that track and that show because it's lived in my mind's eye for so long. The 1991 horn tour provided so many of my first tapes so long ago that the Arrowhead Ranch shows in particular have gained legendary status. The first night of that two-night run opened with “Chalkdust,” which was a new song at that point, and the band never looked back. It was satisfying to hear about that show and that venue after listening to it for so many years.So let's join Peter Conners to talk about his writing process, upstate New York, and how Phish in 1991 was the same band, and yet entirely different, from the band we know today, as we discuss Phish's performance of “Chalkdust Torture” from July 20, 1991 at Arrowhead Ranch in Parksville, New York.Audio used in today's episodeManic D Press
During last weekend's NFL Draft, Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt took questions from reporters about a range of topics like where he and the Chiefs stand on stadium issues, the 2023 NFL Draft coming to Kansas City, the prospect of legalized sports wagering in Missouri and Kansas, and the chance of Kansas City and Arrowhead Stadium landing World Cup games. You'll hear his session with reporters here. Star columnist Vahe Gregorian joined SportsBeat KC host Blair Kerkhoff in something of a post-game analysis. The Chiefs' future home received the most attention. Hunt spoke to remaining in Arrowhead, what might happen if the Royals move downtown and development around the Truman Sports Complex. Hunt, who operates the region's most powerful sports franchise, speaks publicly a handful of times during the year. It's always good to hear what he has to say. Story links: Clark Hunt's heart hopes Chiefs stay at Arrowhead, but practicality will dictate future KC Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt supports sports betting. Could Kansas lure team with earnings? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Elon Musk has offered $43 billion to buy Twitter and take it private. The board is debating whether or not to take it and this is just spectacular. There were 5 murders in 24 hours in KC this week after we just had our two deadliest years ever. Mayor Q said over two years ago that curbing violence was his #1 priority. He has failed miserably. It's an election year so dems are offering free money everywhere. Some big money could be coming your way from the liberal governor of Kansas and the White House is getting ready to buy millions of young votes with a really expensive gift. Patrick Mahomes has been posting videos on social working out with Travis Kelce, Ju Ju Smith-Schuster, Mecole Hardman, Marques Valdes-Scantling, CEH and Ronald Jones. This is all before they can work together at Arrowhead and is a great sign Mahomes is on board and taking charge.
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Organizations can email email@example.com to add multiple users on one account at a per-subscriber enterprise rate.WhoNadia Guerriero, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Beaver Creek, ColoradoRecorded onMarch 25, 2022About Beaver CreekClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Vail ResortsBase elevation: 7,400 feet at Arrowhead Village; 8,100 feet at Beaver Creek VillageSummit elevation: 11,440 feetVertical drop: 3,340 feet (continuous)Skiable acres: 2,082Average annual snowfall: 325 inchesTrail count: 150 (39% advanced, 42% intermediate, 19% beginner)Lift count: 24 (12 high-speed quads, 1 chondola, 2 gondolas, 1 triple, 1 double, 7 conveyors - view Lift Blog’s inventory of Beaver Creek’s lift fleet)Uphill capacity: 48,264 skiers per hourWhy I interviewed herAmerica may or may not have suspected, when Beaver Creek flipped the power on in 1980 with three double chairs and three triples, that we were nearing the end of big-time ski resort construction in the United States. In the previous decade, Keystone (1970), Snowbird (1971), Copper Mountain (1972), Kirkwood (1972), Northstar (1972), Powder Mountain (1972), Telluride (1972), and Big Sky (1973) had all come online. Breckenridge (1961), Crested Butte (1962), Vail (1962), Park City (1963), Schweitzer (1963), Steamboat (1963), Crystal Mountain Washington (1964), Mt. Rose (1964), Purgatory (1965), Diamond Peak (1966), Jackson Hole (1966), Mission Ridge (1966), Snowmass (1967), Sierra-at-Tahoe (1968), and Grand Targhee (1969) had materialized out of the wilderness the decade before. This was a country that thought big and acted big, that crafted the tangible out of the improbable: a high-end ski resort, buffed smooth as an interstate and hemmed in by the faux villages of aspirational America, rising 3,000 feet out of the Colorado wilderness. The resort would be Vail’s answer to Aspen, high-end and straight down, without the drive to the end of the world.But after Deer Valley cranked to life the following year, big-mountain ski area development mostly broke down in the United States. The mammoth Yellowstone Club – all private, exclusively for individuals who consider automobiles to be single-use disposables – didn’t open until 1997. Tamarack, Idaho, was the next entrant, in 2004. The private Wasatch Peaks should open soon, and Mayflower may follow. But for the most part, this is a nation that, for better or worse, has decided to make do with the ski resorts it has.So what? Well, I lay this history out to make a simple point: Beaver Creek is about the best illustration we have of how and where we would build a ski resort if we still built ski resorts, with all our modern technology and understanding. The fall lines are incredible. The lift network sprawls and hums. The little walkable villages excise vehicles at exactly the right points. The place is just magnificent.The aversion to large-scale mountain construction did not, fortunately, temper Beaver Creek’s ambition. That simple half-dozen lifts multiplied to the west until the network overran and absorbed the formerly independent Arrowhead ski area. In 1991, Beaver Creek ran a high-speed quad up Grouse Mountain, one of the best pure black-diamond pods in Colorado. This year, the ski area added McCoy Park, a terrific high-altitude beginner pod, which complements the green-circle paradise off the Red Buffalo Express, already some of the most expansive top-of-the-world beginner terrain in America.Not that Beaver Creek got everything it wanted. A long-imagined 3.8-mile gondola connection to Vail, with a waystation at the long-abandoned Meadow Mountain ski area in Minturn, has been stalled for years. A lift up from Eagle-Vail would also be nice (and would eliminate a lot of traffic). But this isn’t the Alps, and the notion of lifts-as-transit is a tough sell to U.S. Americans, even in a valley already served by 55 of them (Vail Mountain has 31 lifts on top of Beaver Creek’s 24). They’d rather just drive around in the snow.Whatever. It’s a pretty fine complex just the way it is. And it’s one with a big, bold, ever-changing present. Beaver Creek is, along with Whistler and Vail Mountain, one of Vail Resorts’ three flagships, a standard-setter and an aspirational end-point for all those Epic Pass buyers around Milwaukee and Minneapolis and Detroit and Cleveland. This one has been on my list since the day I launched The Storm, and I was happy to finally lock it down.What we talked aboutWhy Beaver Creek is closing a bit later than usual this season; Guerriero’s early career as an agent for snowsports athletes, including Picabo Street and Johnny Moseley; night skiing at Eldora; working at pre-Vail Northstar; reactions to Vail buying Northstar; taking the lead at Beaver Creek; the differences between running a ski resort in Colorado versus Tahoe; what it means to get 600-plus inches of snow in a season; what elevates Beaver Creek to alpha status along with Vail Mountain and Whistler among Vail’s 40 resorts; going deep on the evolution and opening of McCoy Park, Beaver Creek’s top-of-the-mountain gladed beginner oasis; why the mountain converted McCoy to downhill terrain when it already had the excellent Red Buffalo pod on the summit of Beaver Creek Mountain; once again, I go on and on about green-circle glades; thoughts on the mountain’s lift fleet and where we could see upgrades next; why Beaver Creek doesn’t tend to see monster liftlines and the weird un-business of the ski area in general; the status of the long-discussed Vail Mountain-to-Beaver Creek gondola; thoughts on the rolling disaster that is Colorado’s Interstate 70; how Arrowhead, once an independent ski area, became part of Beaver Creek; the surprising sprawl and variety of Beaver Creek; potential future terrain expansions; the mountain’s high-end and rapidly evolving on-mountain food scene; cookies!; watching the evolution of the Epic Pass from the inside; whether Vail would ever build another ski area from scratch; Vail’s deliberate efforts to create leadership opportunities for women within its network; the mountain-town housing crisis; thoughts on Vail’s massive employee and housing investment; and Guerriero’s efforts to address the mountain-town mental health crisis.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewTwo words: McCoy Park. I recall skiing past this oddly wide-open and empty bowl, perched atop the mountain like some snowy pit-mine, years ago and wondering what was going on in there. The trailmap explained. For a long time, it was a Nordic and snowshoeing center. But this year, Beaver Creek finally finished a long-planned project to drop a new beginner center into the bowl. Two lifts and a clutch of blues and greens, some ungroomed, a contained adventure center for the graduated-from-the-carpet set that’s craving top-of-the-mountain adventure without the whooshing crowds or oops-I-just-skied-into-a-mogul-field regrets. Reviews have been solid. There’s one more thing: Vail has quietly built a very deep roster of women mountain leaders. Four of the company’s five Colorado resorts, and eight of its 40*, are led by women. Women hold approximately 45 percent of Vail’s corporate leadership roles, and half of its 10 board of directors members are women. Also, according to a Vail spokeswoman, CEO Kirsten Lynch is the only female CEO among travel and leisure companies listed on the 2021 Fortune 100 list.These gender-diversity efforts are, Vail Resorts’ Director of Corporate Communications Jamie Alvarez told me, “intentional and explicit. The ski industry has traditionally been male-dominated, particularly in senior leadership roles. As a company, Vail Resorts has prioritized creating an environment that encourages and enables growth opportunities for women at all levels of the company. This isn’t just in corporate, but also throughout our operations. We are proud of our industry-leading accomplishments and are committed to continuing to accelerate women at our company and in our industry.”They should be.*The eight current women heads of Vail Resorts are: Jody Churich at Breckenridge, Nadia Guerriero at Beaver Creek, Beth Howard at Vail, Tara Schoedinger at Crested Butte, Dierdra Walsh at Northstar, Belinda Trembath at Perisher, Sue Donnelly at Crotched, and Robin Kisiel at Whitetail. Vail recently promoted Mount Snow GM Tracy Bartels to VP of mountain planning, projects, and maintenance, overseeing maintenance and mountain-planning efforts across the portfolio.Questions I wish I’d askedI’ve always found it interesting that Alterra chose to leave Deer Valley off the unlimited tier of the Ikon Pass, while Vail granted unlimited Beaver Creek access on its comparatively cheap Epic Pass (Deer Valley’s season pass is $2,675). Both ski areas have similar philosophies around grooming, on-mountain food, and delivering a high-end experience. My guess is that this model works at Beaver Creek because it’s just a little bit harder to get to, while you can fall off your patio in Salt Lake City and end up at the top of Deer Valley’s Empire Express. Since Alterra just limited Deer Valley access even more, yanking it off the Ikon Base Pass, I’m guessing they’re fairly committed to that model, but it’s still an interesting contrast that I’d like to explore more at some point.What I got wrongNadia and I discussed one of the more tedious meta-critiques of Vail, which is that the company makes all its resorts the same. I don’t agree with this narrative, but the example I gave on the podcast was, to be honest, pretty lame, as I couched my counterpoint in a discussion of how Beaver Creek and Northstar differ operations-wise. Which, of course. No one is comparing Kirkwood to Mad River, Ohio from a snowfall and terrain point of view. What I should have done instead is to ask Guerriero what makes each resort culturally distinct. That’s on me.I also made the assertion that skiers could drop into McCoy Park from the top of the Bachelor Gulch lift, which is untrue. The three lifts with McCoy access (aside from the two lifts within the bowl intself) are Strawberry Express, Larkspur Express, and Upper Beaver Creek Express. I made a bad assumption based on the trailmap.Why you should ski Beaver CreekLiving in New York, I find myself in a lot of casual conversation with skiers pointed west for a week at Vail. I don’t know why (actually I do know why), but New Yorkers are drawn to the place like cows to grass. Like hipsters to $9 coffee drinks. Like U.S. Americans to 18-wheel-drive pickups. Like… well, they really like Vail, OK? And every time someone tells me about their long-planned trip to Vail, I ask them how many days they plan on spending at Beaver Creek, and (just about) every time, their answer is the same:Zero.This, to me, is flabbergasting. A Storm reader, Chris Stebbins, articulated this phenomenon in an email to me recently:“Beaver Creek is the single biggest mystery in skidom in my humble opinion. On Epic. On I-70. Just 12 minutes past Vail. 15 high-speed lifts strung across six pods, suiting every ability. A huge bed base, with a mountain ‘village.’ And I’m making 15-minute laps on Centennial. On a perfect blue-bird day. After 16 inches of snow. On a Saturday. During Presidents’ Week.”I don’t get it either, Chris. But there it is. I’ve been having similar experiences at Beaver Creek for almost 20 years. Enormous powder days, lapping Birds of Prey and Grouse Mountain, no liftlines all day. Maybe here and there on Centennial. Once or twice on Larkspur or Rose Bowl. The entirety of the Arrowhead and Bachelor Gulch side deserted, always, like some leftover idyll intact and functional after an apocalyptic incineration of mankind. Once, on Redtail, or maybe it was Harrier, I crested the drop-off at mid-day to catch the growling hulks of half a dozen Snowcats drifting out of my siteline. Ahead of me a corduroy carpet, woven and royal, the union of all that is best in nature and best in technology. And no one to fight for it. I stood there perched over the Rockies just staring. Like I’m in a museum and contemplating something improbably manmade and ancient. Glorious. And 18 years later I still think about those turns, the large arcing sort born of absolute confidence in the moment, those Rossi hourglass twin-tips bought at an Ann Arbor ski shop and buried, for an ecstatic instant, in the test-lab best-case-scenario of their design.Look, I love Vail Mountain as much as anyone. It’s titanic and frenetic and pitch-perfect for hero turns on one of the most unintimidating big mountains in North America. I could spend the rest of my life skiing there and only there and be like, “OK well if it has to be one place I’m just relieved it’s not Ski Ward.” But the dismissive attitude toward 2,082-acre Beaver Creek, with its 3,340-foot vertical drop and zippidy-doo lift fleet and endless sprawling trail network, is amazing. The terrain, especially on Grouse, is steep and fall-line beautiful. My last trip to Beaver Creek – a midwinter pow-day Sunday where I never so much as shared a chair with another skier – was a dozen runs off Grouse, eight of those in the tangled wilds of Royal Elk Glades.All of which is a long way of suggesting that you work at least one Beaver Creek day into your next Vail run. It may be right down the road from Vail and an Epic Pass headliner, but Beaver Creek feels like it’s on another planet, or at least lodged within another decade.Oh yeah, and the cookies. Just trust me on this one. Go there.A pictorial history of Beaver Creek’s developmentBeaver Creek opened with six chairlifts, all on the main mountain, in 1980. By the next season, a triple ran up Strawberry Park. McCoy Park is a named section of the ski area more than four decades before it would enter the downhill system:The Larkspur triple came online in 1983. Two years later, McCoy Park is defined on the trailmap as a Nordic center:In 1991, Grouse Mountain opened:In 1997, Beaver Creek as we know it today came together, with lift connections from Rose Bowl all the way to Arrowhead, which was once an independent ski area. Beaver Creek purchased the small mountain in 1993 and eventually connected it to the rest of the resort via the Bachelor Gulch terrain expansion. Here’s what the mountain looked like in 1998:The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 31/100 in 2022. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe
Today's episode features Gretchen Metsa and Jake Hegge. These two smashed the 2022 Arrowhead 135 winter ultra race. We unpack their course record crushing performances and all things winter ultra running. If you've ever been interested in winter ultra running and the Arrowhead 135 race this one's for you.
0:00-3:25 Intro 3:26- 23:24- (A.O.E) What's stopping you from being disciplined? 24:26-29:30- The hate on Colin Kaepernick must stop! 29:31-41:47- Does Tyreek make the Dolphins playoff contenders? 41:48-50:16- Can Matt Ryan lead the Colts to the playoffs in a stacked AFC? 50:17-58:27- Ranking the NFL Divisions 1-8 58:28-1:00:04- Praise for Kyrie Irving #StickingToYourGuns 1:00:05-1:03:20- Matt Ryan Tribute #14 years 103:21-1:05:35- Closing
This week I had the pleasure to speak with Margaret Gordon. She's a race director for the Mt. Taylor 50k, working with her husband Ken (a previous guest), and recently finished the Arrowhead 135. It's a winter ultra marathon taking place in Minnesota along a snowmobile trail. We talk about her start in running and a little bit of her triathlon days. She's had a lot of experiences and we cover just a bit. She talked about her fueling and being lucky enough for her stomach to handle anything at this point, which makes getting the right nutrition for these longer efforts easier. We do really delve into her experience in this race and what it was like to be out on a trail in the cold and snow. She talks about getting confidence with a training session in Chama a fews weeks out from the race. It was fantastic to hear about her preparations for the race, but also her ability to adapt when things got unpredictable. Listening to her talk about getting to ride her sled down some hills was fantastic as well. The race website says they limit the number of entrants to maximize solitude on the trail. Margaret talks to this solitude and the joy of accomplishing something like this. It was truly great to hear from her and everything that went into this race. Track season is here! Meets were held this last weekend and the wind and cold blew in. It's fun to watch kids chase times and compete against each other. It's also tough watching athletes hurting when things don't go their way. It's a universal feeling. I encourage you to take the time to support a school this season and cheer on some kids. Take time for yourself, enjoy the weather, and keep running, New Mexico.
Nate and Scott chat with Alec about his start in blacksmithing at a very young age, the confidence, knowledge and skill he exhibits, and the future of his brand. 0:00 Intro 0:42 Background 5:44 ECs background 8:37 Quitting school 11:11 No doubts 13:19 Other skills 24:25 Reading & speaking 29:37 Forged in Fire impact 33:14 Projects 36:26 Arrowhead story 40:00 Architectural design 43:26 Punching axe eyes 46:29 Drilling a pilot 53:38 Touch marks 56:19 Impressed YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWizIdwZdmr43zfxlCktmNw IG: @Alec Steele Forged in Fire: https://www.netflix.com/title/81226053?source=35
In today's episode, Jimmie Ward says he "can't wait" to face Travis Kelce, and he'd love to put Tyreek Hill to sleep. That game at Arrowhead next year is going to be crazy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After completing Arrowhead 135 Jake Ramsby is back to talk about the lessons learned and how the event played out. Plus, we'll find out if he stepped in his own poop again or has a story that really chaps your ass... Episode brought to you by Hyperwear, use code HYPE15 for 15% off their line up of sand bells, weight vests and more. Music provided by Dino Sinos
In this episode, we sit down with Trey Mikell, a 9th generation Floridian whose family roots go deep in the small town of Gulf Hammock Florida, nestled within Florida's Nature Coast. In this podcast, Trey gives us a rundown of his story of a small town kid who fell in love with site fishing after watching an episode of outdoor television. Trey also shares with us tips on feeding redfish up close, navigating tight quarter fishing, and his passion of hunting arrowheads. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chief Chase from Claremont is here as we talk about the Father / Daughter dance in Claremont Friday night, Arrowhead, the situation that happened in Claremont last week as they were looking for a van, home security cameras, and lots more.
Season 4 episode 2 comes smashing through like a hammer! A cartoon hammer that is! Like one dipped in ink that you draw something with? Our guest today is cartoonist and comic book artist Jay Stephens. You may know Jay best from Land of Nod, or from Secret Saturdays, or from Jetcat, or from Tutenstein, or from Arrowhead, or from a million other iconic characters he's created! We talk comics, art and his brand new project Dwellings! As a matter of fact you can get yourself a copy of his latest crowdfunded issue of Dwellings here: https://fundrazr.com/dwellings3 . Follow Jay on IG @jaypopgun and @arrowheadcomic . Don't forget to head to the comments section of Garth Marenghi's Dark Place YT videos to see if anyone bothers to post on there too! If you are looking for us you can find us on IG @sweetpepperklopek and @the_great_orbax . ALSO don't forget to follow the kids science show @orbaxandpepperdoscience on all the socials! Don't forget our sponsors Hella Hot Hot Sauce! Follow them on IG @hella_hot_hot_sauce and the Hearty Hooligan! You can follow Hamilton's best restaurant for vegan goodies on IG @theheartyhooligan . Stay safe out there everyone and don't forget, Daddy don't jam bro. BYYYYYYE!!!
Pronto. Chegamos ao Super Bowl. Depois de um final de semana movimentado pelas finais da AFC e da NFC, temos uma definição! Os Rams bateram o seu algoz de tantos anos, 49ers, com uma excelente atuação dos dois lados da bola, enquanto os Bengals limitaram Patrick Mahomes a nada mais, nada menos do que três pontos no segundo tempo inteiro e buscaram uma virada histórica em pleno Arrowhead. Fora dos campos também tivemos definições importantes. Tom Brady, maior jogador da história do futebol americano, confirmou sua aposentadoria depois de 22 temporadas e sete títulos (mais do que qualquer outra franquia). Já Washington finalmente definiu seu novo nome: Commanders. Por fim, sobrou um tempinho para atualizar os times que já definiram novos head coaches e a lista é longa. (7:26) Bengals surpreendem e eliminam os Chiefs; (21:27) Rams batem os 49ers e vão ao Super Bowl; (37:40) Momento Merchan; (39:06) Tom Brady se aposenta; (52:46) Washington define seu novo nome; (58:40) Times definem novos treinadores. QUER FAZER PARTE DO GRUPO DE REDATORES DO TOCO E TACKLE? Mande um email para email@example.com ou entre em contato nas redes sociais. Siga nosso Twitter e o nosso Instagram: @tocoetackle. Visite nosso site: https://tocoetackle.com. Assine nossa newsletter semanal: https://tocoetackle.substack.com/ Nos ouça na Orelo e ajude o T&T a se manter em https://app.orelo.audio/4Lm4 Edição: Juan Grings; Apresentação: Jonas Faria; Comentários: Juan Grings e Jonatan Mombach.
After a very exciting Championship Weekend, Sam and I recap all the two games that happened, with a special guest who happens to be a 49ers fan. Starting with the closely knitted battle between 49ers and Rams, and then the wild finish in Arrowhead between the Bengals and Chiefs. All this more on the latest episode of Stop The Clock.
Analizamos con Mauricio Pedroza el triunfo del equipo de Sean McVay en SoFi Stadium. Patrick Mahomes decepcionó en la segunda mitad en Arrowhead ante Joe Burrow y Cincinnati. Además, Tom Brady y su retiro.
Álvaro Martín analiza los Campeonatos de Conferencia de la temporada 2021 de la NFL. Índice de segmentos del episodio: 01:10 Bengals sorprende a Chiefs en Arrowhead en el Campeonato de la AFC 26:10 Rams vira la tortilla en el último cuarto y vence a 49ers para ir al Super Bowl LVI El Madrugador de la NFL es una serie de Ritmo NFL que se publica por la mañana, bien temprano, apenas termina alguna jornada de la NFL. ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NFL Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/3gVE8UW Twitter: bit.ly/3gv4nyc Instagram: bit.ly/3hv2D9w Facebook: bit.ly/2ErfPOn
Joe Burrow and the Bengals travel to Arrowhead to take on Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. Frank Schwab gets you set for this exciting championship bout with his lean on the line, total and first-half line. Make sure to stick with us as Minty Bets will have the NFC preview as well. New BetMGM customers who bet $1 on ANY game will receive $100 in free bets added to their account. You don't need to win your bet to receive the promotion. Must be 21+ in AZ, CO, IN, IA, MI, NJ, NY, PA, TN, VA, WV, WY only. Terms apply. Go to BetMGM.com/YAHOOSPECIAL to get started or use promo code SPORTSBOOK when making your first deposit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cameron, Charles and Gordon go into overtime this week to preview the 4 cracker Divisional ties we have this weekend. What impact would Henry have? Can Burrow bounce back if behind? How can the 49ers win? How can San Francisco stop the Pack attack? Can Stafford keep winning? Will Tom have the line he needs to dodge Donald? Who is the on form QB in the AFC? How will the game at Arrowhead differ to last season? Just some of the questions we cover! We can't wait for this weekend's games. Hopeful this is a wee preview to get you hyped up too!
Andy and John return to break down this year's NFL Divisional Round with Dave. First we recap a very disappointing lopsided Wild Card weekend with blowout wins by favorites in nearly every game, then we look ahead to some close matchups. The upstart Bengals have a chance to upset the veteran laden Titans with Derrick Henry returning. The Packers will try to beat the 49ers for the first time in the Rodgers era. The talented, high flying Bills will try to avenge the also talented and high flying Chiefs at Arrowhead and the Rams will try to pull another upset over Brady and the defending-champion Bucs. Who will win all of these matchups? Join the panel for our predictions and much more!
What a Divisional round we have on tap in NFL this weekend! Will Cincinnati continue their history making run? Will the “Old Man” duo of Rodgers and Brady deepen their legendary status? Can Buffalo win at Arrowhead again!? Plus, what did Cooper Kupp do to piss off Kellen!? Remember to give us a rating (5* preferably) and SMASH that subscribe button! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the_sharpe_sports_report/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the_sharpe_sports_report/support
In the 28th episode of Shel-Shocked, Broncos Defensive Lineman DeShawn Williams stops by again (43:38). Prior to that Shelby shares what his emotions were watching his teammates win so convincingly as he sat out with an ankle injury (8:06). He also lets us know how quickly they turned the page to KC and the battle for 1st place (14:24). Also, Shelby has some strong opinions about college coaches changing jobs mid-season (31:55). And, of course Shelby offers a thorough breakdown of the Chiefs and what it will take to leave Arrowhead with a win (55:12).
Ahead of week 11 in the NFL, Josh sinks into the galaxy bun to talk about the party in Arrowhead this weekend between the Cowboys and Chiefs, a potential Lamar Jackson spot in Chicago (if he and Hollywood are healthy), Renfrow madness, the Packers stupendous defense, and praise for Calvin Ridley. *ELIJAH MOORE NOT MITCHELLJosh on Twitter: https://twitter.com/selway151YOO-HOO: https://linktr.ee/FantasyUnleashd
Despite another anemic offensive performance, the Chiefs improved to 5-4 by blitzing Jordan Love into oblivion. This week we discuss the identity crisis on offense, Mahomes theories, "The Big Four" as mere mortals, the rapid defensive resurgence, the cheap seats at Arrowhead, and even a teeny tiny Raiders preview.
A HUGE Game for the Colts v the Division Leading Titans! The Chiefs welcome TIM to Arrowhead along with the NYG! The BROWNS welcome BAKER BACK and try to knock the STEELERS under .500! We touch on ALLLL THE other upcoming games as well! COME ALONG! #HPP
Minty Bets and Pam Maldonado walk you through their favorite bets heading into the week 3 NFL slate. The do is both on the Chargers getting points heading into Arrowhead. Pam also has a lean on some Friday night college football action as Liberty heads to the Carrier Dome to take on Syracuse. Create a BetMGM account and place your first bet risk-free up to $1,000. If your bet loses, you get your bet amount, up to $1,000, added back to your account in free bets. Must be 21+ in AZ, CO, IN, IA, MI, NJ, PA, TN, VA, WV, WY only. . Terms apply. Go to BetMGM.com/YAHOO to get started or use promo code YAHOO when making your first deposit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.