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Best podcasts about Autzen Stadium

Latest podcast episodes about Autzen Stadium

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

The No. 9 ranked Oregon Ducks once again needed to come from behind to beat an opponent they were expected to beat in much easier fashion. The Ducks beat visiting California 24-17 Friday night from Autzen Stadium. The game had it all. From Oregon's offense putting together clutch scoring drives in the fourth quarter, to Oregon's defense having to defend eight plays inside their own 10 yard line in the final minute of the game, to the Oregon offense getting booed multiple times by its fans, to the Ducks having another wild ride to a victory. Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack of DuckTerritory.com discuss the win and what it means for Oregon moving forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Previewing and Predicting Oregon vs Cal

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 44:14


The No. 9 ranked Oregon Ducks are back in action this weekend when they host Pac-12 North Rival California at Autzen Stadium on Friday night. What are the major storylines of this game and what are the chances we see a better performance on offense this weekend than the last few games? Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack discuss and preview the major storylines of this Oregon vs California football game. Subscribe to our YouTube page and be entered to win a free one-year subscription to DuckTerritory! Make sure you like and subscribe to the Autzen Audibles Podcast with Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil on iTunes by clicking here or any other podcasting app. Visit our iTunes page for this podcast and other previous episodes by clicking here. Please leave a review of our podcast on iTunes if you can! We record a podcast once a week during the off-season for football and then from the months of August to January we record two and sometimes three podcasts per week. Our podcasts are always heavy on Oregon football but we make it a point to also try and cover Oregon men's and women's basketball, recruiting for both sports, and any other major storyline in the world of Oregon athletics. Matt Prehm has covered Oregon football, basketball, and recruiting since 2009 and during that time he's covered three different head coaching searches by Oregon football, a Final Four in basketball, two different national championship games for Oregon football, and 10 recruiting cycles for both football and basketball. Erik Skopil has worked for DuckTerritory since December of 2016 and has covered a head coaching search for football, while also covering Oregon football's regular season, basketball, women's basketball, softball, and recruiting for all those sports. Sign up for the FREE DuckTerritory.com newsletter and get all your Oregon news sent directly to your e-mail inbox daily. Consider following DuckTerritory on Twitter, as well as our full-time writers Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack. If you're not a VIP subscriber to DuckTerritory.com, consider signing up and taking advantage of our FREE trial here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
California Insider Jackson Moore previews No. 9 Oregon vs California

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 24:52


BearTerriory.net's Jackson Moore joins the show to preview Oregon's game with California on Friday. The Ducks and Golden Bears are each coming off of losses prior to bye weeks. Both teams badly need a win in this divisional contest at Autzen Stadium. Moore help lay out what the latest is with the Golden Bear program entering this game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

It Just Makes Sense
F for Effort & Truly, Madly, Deeply & Broken Records & Pledge Allegiance & Big Whipped Cream Energy

It Just Makes Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 109:29


Presented by Boneyard BeerOn this week's episode, the guys are off a busy weekend of weddings and football! Braxton found himself in an awkward situation with a bunch of college kids. And did he hang out with Outkast at Autzen Stadium?The guys look back at Justin Tucker's game winning kick and Jacksonville's 109 yard return.Also, what can we take away from the first three weeks of the NFL season? And is Arkansas for real? Plus, Clemson doesn't deserve the benefit of the doubt for losing two games in September. Their season is over! Peter has committed to being an LA Chargers fan before being accused of being a bandwagon fan. And this week's double punishment is... gross.  

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
What we expect to see in No. 4 Oregon vs Stony Brook

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 49:01


The No. 4 ranked Oregon Ducks are back inside Autzen Stadium on Saturday evening when they face off against visiting FCS foe, Stony Brook. What are the expectations for the Ducks this game besides just winning the football game? How do we see this game playing out? Who could have big games on offense and defense? What will the final score be? DuckTerritory.com's Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack discuss and preview Oregon's game against the SeaWolves of Stony Brook with everything you need to know heading into the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Previewing and Predicting Oregon vs Fresno State

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 49:22


The No. 11 ranked Oregon Ducks are now one day away from opening up its 2021 college football season with a week one contest at Autzen Stadium against Mountain West Conference foe Fresno State (1-0), and we've got the game preview you need to have. Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack of DuckTerritory.com are on this edition of the Autzen Audibles Podcast giving you the important news, notes, and information around Oregon vs Fresno State. Plus the guys give some predictions on how they see this game playing out on offense, defense, and what type of final score each of them expects. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Once A Duck Podcast
S3E1: Welcome Home

Once A Duck Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 61:26


Featuring former Duck Josh Huff, WR(2010-2013) and Boseko Lokombo, LB(2009-2013). For the first time in over a year fans will be back inside Autzen Stadium, and your #OnceADuck hosts Nick & Sam are back to get you ready for a new year. This week the guys take a look at the season opener against the Fresno State Bulldogs, discuss past matchups including a tape session as well as debate the best kickoff times throughtout the season. Nick & Sam are joined by Josh Huff and Boseko Lokombo to discuss their time at Oregon, the CFL, their thoughts on the 2021 season and much more. As always, you can catch up with the #OnceADuck podcast and all our interviews here, or on all your favorite podcast platforms. .https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz3fVZ1_XtBefbqpm5gwBnw

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Interview: Matt Prehm

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 19:21


John Canzano talks with Matt Prehm of 247Sports to preview the Ducks season opener against Fresno State on Saturday at Autzen Stadium. Canzano asks Prehm if this is a trap game for Oregon, what makes the young wide receiver Troy Franklin so special, what Oregon saw in Anthony Brown Jr, does Oregon have enough depth at running back if CJ Verdell gets hurt, what he wants to see from the Ducks offense, should Oregon be scheduling games against programs like Ohio State, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Fresno State Insider Jackson Moore previews Oregon vs Fresno State

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 29:27


The No. 11 ranked Oregon Ducks will open up its 2021 college football season Saturday afternoon inside Autzen Stadium when they host the Fresno State (1-0) Bulldogs at 11 a.m. Bulldogs insider Jackson Moore of 247Sports and the BarkBoard joins the Autzen Audibles Podcast to discuss the upcoming game and help Duck fans get more familiar with the Ducks' upcoming opponent. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WagerTalk Podcast
Oregon Ducks vs Fresno State Bulldogs College Football Betting Preview

WagerTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 5:44


Oregon Ducks vs Fresno State Bulldogs betting picks, predictions and odds for their non-conference showdown on Saturday, September 4 2021, at 2:00pm ET from Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon. Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this Week 1 battle between the Ducks and Bulldogs. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Oregon as a 20.5-point home favorite over Fresno State, with the over/under sitting at 64 points.

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Interview: Kalen DeBoer

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 19:28


John Canzano talks with Fresno State football head coach, Kalen DeBoer ahead of their season opener against UConn on Saturday. The Bulldogs will get a full game under their belt prior to heading to Autzen Stadium to face Oregon in their season opener on September 4th. Canzano asks DeBoer what makes Bulldog Stadium such a tough place to play, if he considers it an advantage to play a full game before heading to Autzen Stadium to face Oregon, how he feels about their quarterback situation, if NIL has had an impact on his program, what he learned from Jeff Tedford, what concerns him about facing the Oregon Ducks, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Interview: Justin Wilcox from Pac-12 Media Day

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 15:57


John Canzano talks with California Golden Bears head coach, Justin Wilcox at Pac-12 Media Day from Los Angeles. Canzano asks Wilcox about his memories going to Autzen Stadium growing up in Oregon, if he misses being a coordinator, what he is most looking forward to and what where the joy comes for him as a coach, what it meant to grow up in the state of Oregon, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT SHOW: Jon Wilner, Rob Mullens

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 137:44


John Canzano talks with Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News about the potential for the Pac-12 to expand. Oregon AD Rob Mullens joins the show to look forward to a football season that will feature an Autzen Stadium at full capacity. We also play the Big Splash, Punch It! Audio, the Culligan Watercooler Report, and the 2 @ 2. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT SHOW w/ Guest Hosts Peter Sampson and Judah Newby: KL Wombacher, Sean Highkin

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 138:34


Guest Hosts Peter Sampson and Judah Newby talk about the Blazers' new head coaching hire in Clippers assistant Chauncey Billups. We also discuss Larry Scott's final day as Pac-12 Commissioner and we talk about your favorite Autzen Stadium memories. K.L. Wombacher of the Hillsboro Hops shares the news that they are moving to full capacity crowds. Then Sean Highkin of Bleacher Report shares his thoughts on the Trail Blazers and the NBA Playoffs. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Interview: Matt Prehm

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 19:24


John Canzano talks to Matt Prehm of 24/7 sports about the outlook of Oregon Ducks football, the early season schedule, the potential of Kayvon Thibodeaux, and if Autzen Stadium can be near full capacity by the fall. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.

The Bluebloods
PAC-12 in 31 Days: Tyson Alger (Oregon)

The Bluebloods

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 35:33


On this episode of The Bluebloods, we continue our "PAC-12 in 31 Days" theme with the Oregon Ducks. We are joined by Oregon Football Insider and Writer for The Athletic; Tyson Alger. We breakdown the 2020 season, 2021 QB Battle, Mario Cristobal, Autzen Stadium on gameday, and preview the future of Oregon Football. All this and more right here on The Bluebloods!​ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support

Oregon Sports Network
Duck Insider 04-19-21

Oregon Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 59:52


Head coach Mario Cristobal recaps Saturday’s scrimmage inside Autzen Stadium. Plus, details on fan attendance at the spring game, acrobatics and tumbling head coach Keenyn Won joins the show ahead of Thursday’s national semifinal and a look back on the rest of the action from the weekend. #GoDucks

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Talking the news and notes we learned from Oregon's first spring scrimmage

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 40:45


What did we learn from Oregon's spring scrimmage this past weekend? Who took first team QB reps? Who was the surprise impact player? Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil of DuckTerritory.com discuss the Oregon football program's first spring scrimmage and just how awesome it was to be back inside Autzen Stadium with fans in attendance. On this podcast we discuss all things Oregon football, plus some information on the Oregon Spring Game in two weeks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dead Show of the Month
DSOTM # 171 - 7/19/87

Dead Show of the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 298:35


This month we journey with the band to an interesting Tour... the July 1987 "Dylan & The Dead" Tour.  Somehow we managed to get 171 shows in before touching on this... no time like the  present to journey into the past!   For our 1st & 2nd Intermission, "Bob" sent over some amazing Santana from 1987 as well.   Good stuff, an interesting collaboration and nearly 5 hours of programming headed your way this month!  Enjoy the Ride! GRATEFUL DEAD   July 19, 1987  Autzen Stadium  Eugene, OR INTERMISSION(S):  Santana  8/23/87  Angels Camp, CA SOURCE:  Ultra Matrix / Cassette Master

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

The No. 11 ranked Oregon Ducks were able to beat visiting UCLA 38-35 Saturday afternoon inside Autzen Stadium. Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil of DuckTerritory.com discuss the win for the Ducks as they improve to 3-0 on the year and what comes next for the Ducks. Matt and Erik discuss what went right and what went wrong for Oregon in this win, what concerns are there for Oregon moving forward, what's the status of five-star freshman Noah Sewell after his injury, and what positives did we learn from this win for the Ducks? All that and a lot more is included in this postgame edition of the Autzen Audibles Podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
UCLA insider previews the Ducks and Bruins

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2020 26:37


The No. 11 ranked Oregon Ducks are back home inside Autzen Stadium this weekend, and they welcome a familiar face for this week's game. UCLA and head coach and former Oregon head coach Chip Kelly take on the Ducks at 12:30 p.m. PT, and we've got a podcast to get you fully up to speed on the Ducks and the Bruins. Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil of DuckTerritory.com welcome to the show Mike Regalado from Bruin Report, our UCLA site on the 247Sports Network. Matt, Erik, and Mike preview this weekend's contest between the Ducks and the Bruins and get you ready for this football game with all the latest news and notes. All that and a lot more is included in this edition of the Autzen Audibles Podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT SHOW: Josh Newman, Richard Gordon

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 137:46


John Canzano speaks with Josh Newman about the Utah Utes dealing with a Covid-19 outbreak. He also is joined by Richard Gordon who talked about what it was like to shoot photos at an empty Autzen Stadium this weekend. Also - The 2 at 2, Punch It Audio, the Big Splash, and the Culligan Water Cooler Report.

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Interview: Richard Gordon

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 20:14


John Canzano talks with KGW TV photographer Richard Gordon about the experience of shooting the Ducks/Stanford game in an empty Autzen Stadium and his background as a professional photographer. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.

WagerTalk Podcast
Oregon Ducks vs Stanford Cardinal Picks and Predictions

WagerTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2020 4:50


Oregon Ducks vs Stanford Cardinal picks, predictions and odds for their Pac-12 showdown on Saturday, November 7 2020, at 7:30 p.m. ET from Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon. Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and give their college football football expert picks and predictions on the matchup between the Ducks and Cardinal. Current college football odds from Las Vegas have Oregon as a 10.5-point home favorite over Stanford, with the over/under sitting at 51.5 points.#GoDucks | #GoStanford | #CollegeFootballPicks

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Interview: Matt Prehm

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 21:47


Guest: Matt Prehm, 247 Sports John Canzano talks with Matt Prehm of 247 Sports about Mario Cristobal's mood heading into game week, if Tyler Shough is the clear-cut choice for starting quarterback, and what he anticipates it will be like covering a game at Autzen Stadium without fans. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.

James Crepea Show
10/9/20: Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2020 21:31


Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens joins the show to go over a variety of topics from the new video board at Autzen Stadium, the proposed pausing of eligibility for winter athletes, rescheduling the Ohio State game, the Oregon State game renaming and name, image, likeness legislation

Quack 12 Podcast
Duck D&D: Oregon VS Washington W/ Gabey Lucas (The McHale Meltdown)

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2020 99:12


In week 5 of Duck D&D, our dear friend Gabey Lucas (@Gabeynotgabby) plays as Washington head coach to take on the Oregon Ducks at Autzen Stadium. Hold on to your butts! If you'd like to support us, please check out our Patreon, which has hours of Duck-related content, and/or give us a rating and review on apple podcasts!

Dawgman Radio
DawgmanRadio: An Exclusive Chat with Jen Cohen

Dawgman Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2020 47:49


Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds talks to the Washington Athletic Director Jen Cohen shortly after the news broke that the Pac-12 had voted to bring back football. How did it happen? How is the Quidel daily antigen testing going to be implemented? They talked about the difficulties faced by the department during the pandemic, including the furlough of staff and cutting back to keep the non-revenue sports afloat. They also talked about scheduling, when will Michigan come back to Seattle to make up the game that was supposed to be played on September 5, and more about what next week's schedule will look like. We do know this: there will be no bye before UW's game at Oregon, and there will be no fans at Autzen Stadium. Cohen also talks about Chris Petersen, Jimmy Lake, and her hopes for expanding the college football playoff system in this wide-ranging, comprehensive 45-minute interview. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
Duck D&D: Oregon VS Hawaii

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2020 83:23


After a disappointing week two loss to Ohio State, the Ducks are hoping to rebound against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors in the hellish confines of Autzen Stadium.If you'd like to support us, please check out our Patreon, which has hours of Duck-related content, and/or give us a rating and review on apple podcasts!

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
How far will Oregon football be setback by not playing in 2020?

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2020 45:52


Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil have fielded Oregon Duck fans' questions from this past week and compile them into simple and easy spot for you all to find! In today's podcast, Matt and Erik discuss the postponement of college football in the Pac-12 and if this is going to impact the program's growth and if they are missing a key developmental season for Mario Cristobal's version of the Ducks.  Matt and Erik also discuss what the Ducks will be doing in the fall now without a football season, and if we could see the team do any kind of scrimmages against themselves. Plus, what's Oregon's defense going to look like in the near future and what will the recruiting impact be for Oregon's secondary and linebackers? Matt and Erik also discuss college basketball and the potential loss of the NCAA Tournament or at minimum a modified version of it, and how that impacts the Oregon men's basketball team, expanding Autzen Stadium, and the Blazers vs Lakers series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Running For Distance
Becky Croft - ChiRunning

Running For Distance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 71:19


This week I had the privilege to speak with Becky Croft from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Becky is the only certified Chi Running coach in the region and has been certified since this last December, but has been practicing it for many years after she was trying to correct her 'heel' strike. She implemented this running style because how important and efficient it helps you in running and assisting in realignment in the body during running. Becky also mixes in yoga several times a week as a compliment to her running. Becky has been running for the last decade and has run more than 40 half marathons. Her favorite races include the first half marathon she ran in Joplin, Missouri, running in Eugene, Oregon and finishing at the 50 yard line of Autzen Stadium. She has completed 4 marathons and is training for her 5th this next year and was selected in the lottery process to be apart of the 2019 Berlin Marathon which was an amazing adventure for her. She is currently in training for CIM in California in December 2020. This interview was a very informative one for me and getting a better understanding of different running philosophies and strategies. It is important to keep the mind open to new things and ensure we find something that works well for our bodies and minds. 

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
No Oregon vs Ohio State in 2020, so now what?

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2020 35:02


The biggest non-conference game in Oregon football history just got canceled, now what? This week the Big Ten conference announced that they would no longer play non-conference football games for the upcoming 2020 football season. That news wiped out the upcoming September 12th game between likely top 10 teams Oregon and Ohio State at Autzen Stadium. The game was going to likely be the marquee non-conference football game in all of college football this season, and the biggest for Oregon in school history.  So now what? Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil discuss the news from the Big Ten as well as what could happen down the road in terms of rescheduling the game and how this may actually be good news for Oregon's 2020 playoff chances.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Interview: Ken Goe

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2020 24:10


Guest: Ken Goe - The Oregonian/OregonLive.com John Canzano talks with Ken Goe about Portland State's problem with COVID-19 testing, what is lost when there are no fans in Autzen Stadium, what Oregon State is doing well, inexperience at the QB position for the Ducks and Beavers, and some of his favorite memories covering local sports. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show
The Morning Scoop: James Crepea on Ohio State vs Oregon

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2020 17:45


The Ohio State vs. Oregon game scheduled for September 12 at Autzen Stadium is one of the most-anticipated matchups of the 2020 season. James Crepea, the Oregon beat writer for the Oregonian, joins The Morning Scoop to update the latest on the plans for that game. Much like the Buckeyes, the Ducks now have players back on campus working out to begin preparing for the season. James shares some insight into how that has started to play out in Eugene. With Oregon looking to replace Justin Herbert at quarterback, how much does the loss of spring practice hurt them?And finally, junior offensive tackle Penee Sewell has been compared to Orlando Pace. Just how good is he, and what kind of issues could he present for the Buckeyes?Make sure to follow James on Twitter @jamescrepea

Next Level Insight
1- Keenan Howry - Univ. of Oregon

Next Level Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2020 162:14


Keenan Howry was an NCAA football player at the University of Oregon and played in the NFL for the Minnesota Vikings. Always tabbed as an "undersized" receiver at 5'9" and 130lbs, Keenan set goals to be the best and never let the doubters alter his path. Listen to get some insight on what made him the competitive athlete he was, how he went through making the decision on where to go to college and some advice for those trying to make it in the NFL. If you have any questions for the show or our athletes please leave a comment on our youtube page or follow and comment on our social media pages. IG- @Next_Level_insight Twitter- @NL_insight TikTok- @nextlevelinsight

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Mailbag Podcast: What's led to Oregon's success in recruiting?

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2020 44:36


In today's Autzen Audibles Podcast, Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil answer the best questions submitted to them by Oregon Duck fans on Oregon football recruiting, college football, and more. Today's episode discusses why Oregon is currently going through the greatest run in college football recruiting we've ever seen over a three-year period and why it won't stop as long as Mario Cristobal is the team's head coach. We also discuss recruiting that defensive back position and if there should be any kind of concern or worry that there isn't a commitment at this position group yet. Matt and Erik also discuss Oregon's potential breakout players for the 2020 football season, and how could Oregon handle ticketing their fans for a socially distanced Autzen Stadium this fall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack Talk
Episode 43: #COVID19

Quack Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2020 87:42


On this week’s episode we discuss recruiting..... and that's about it.... Top-5 best plays you’ve personally seen in Autzen Stadium, and in OT we talk about random topics. See you in two weeks. #COVID19     GO DUCKS!!

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Mailbag: What will Oregon's 2021 Recruiting class look like?

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2020 37:13


Each week Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil field Oregon Duck fan's best questions and answer them the best they can. In this Autzen Audibles Mailbag, Matt and Erik tackle a lot of Oregon football and Oregon football recruiting questions. Matt and Erik discuss when we think we'll know if football is going to be palyed on time and if the Pac-12 could play a season without all 12 schools. We also discuss the 2021 NFL Draft and how many first-round draft picks the Ducks will have, how Oregon will get below the 85 scholarship limit ahead of the 2021 season, what the 2021 recruiting class could look like. The show also ends with a trip down memory lane where we discuss the best non-Oregon player and non-quarterback to play inside Autzen Stadium since the 2000 college football season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com
Ep. 275: Massive Ohio State vs. Oregon preview; will this be Justin Fields’ toughest test?

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 162:56


Strap in, Ohio State fans, because this one is going to take quite some time. The big Wednesday Buckeye Talk episode this week is just one thing -- a gigantic preview of one of the most intriguing and important non-conference games of the 2020 college football season.Ohio State is scheduled to visit Oregon in Week 2 and cleveland.com is diving into that game as part of the plan to preview every game on the OSU schedule, week by week. They started with Bowling Green last Wednesday, and now they're looking at the game that is planned for Sept. 12, 2020, when the Buckeyes should be playing in Autzen Stadium for the first time since 1967, when the Buckeyes visited Oregon to play what was then just the second game ever in the brand new campus stadium in Eugene. Ohio State is 9-0 vs. Oregon, with six wins in Columbus and the last two wins in memorable national showdowns -- in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1, 2010, and in the National Championship Game of the first College Football Playoff on Jan. 12, 2015. In most early preseason rankings for 2020, the Buckeyes are a top-three team and the Ducks are a top-10 team. Get ready to learn why.The guest this week is James Crepea, the Oregon beat writer for OregonLive.com who just happens to be an Ohio State graduate. He joined Stephen Means and Doug Lesmerises for the entire show as they went through everything related to this game.• The Oregon starting quarterback battle• Ryan Day’s potential connections to Oregon• Whether Oregon should be the best program in the Pac-12• All-American left tackle Penei Sewell and what his presence means for the OSU pass rush• Whether Oregon’s secondary is the best in the Pac-12• If Oregon has faced a quarterback like Justin Fields• The pass rush led by Kayvon Thibodeaux• If Oregon will have an advantage with new name, likeness and image legislation from the NCAAIt’s long and in-depth and it includes some shouting, which means it’s just another episode of Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Oregon Sports Network
OSN Classics: 12/2/11 – Domination in the First Pac-12 Championship Game

Oregon Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 173:20


Oregon hosted UCLA at Autzen Stadium in the first ever Pac-12 Championship game and the Ducks rolled in front of a packed house.

GoHuskies Podcast with Tony Castricone
"Husky Classics" in 60 presented by Audi: UW 70, Oregon 21

GoHuskies Podcast with Tony Castricone

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2020 54:54


Today's Husky Classic in 60 takes us back to Autzen Stadium in 2016, when the unbeaten Washington Huskies hammered Oregon 70-21 to end a losing streak against their arch rival.

Oregon Sports Network
OSN Classics: 9/6/14 – Ducks Win Top-10 Nonconference Showdown Over Michigan State at Autzen

Oregon Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2020 184:44


Led by two key third down conversions by Marcus Mariota, Oregon football confirmed that 2014 was going to be a memorable year early in the season with a victory over No. 7 Michigan State at Autzen Stadium.

James Crepea Show
The James Crepea Show 3/17/20: Impacts of the coronavirus in Eugene, at University of Oregon, new video board approved for Autzen Stadium, NFL free agency

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2020 95:22


On Tuesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James goes over the impact the coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on Eugene and at the University of Oregon. UO's board of trustees approved the $12 million video board and sound system project at Autzen Stadium. NFL free agency is under way.

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Oregon football All-Decade Defensive Team

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2019 19:45


With the decade coming to a close in the next few days, Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil have decided to discuss what Oregon's All-Decade Defensive Team would look like for the football program. There are a ton of special players to have come through Autzen Stadium over the last 10 years and getting this team down to just 11 players is going to be very difficult. There is no doubt you may disagree with our choices and so please let us know in the comments who you think should have or should not have made the team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Oregon Football All-Decade Offensive Team

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2019 30:48


With the decade coming to a close in the next few days, Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil have decided to discuss what Oregon's All-Decade Offensive Team would look like for the football program. There are a ton of special players to have come through Autzen Stadium over the last 10 years and getting this team down to just 11 players is going to be very difficult. There is no doubt you may disagree with our choices and so please let us know in the comments who you think should have or should not have made the team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talkin' Ducks
Jordan Kent recaps the Civil War with Anthony Newman

Talkin' Ducks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2019 26:00


Jordan Kent and Anthony Newman recap the Oregon Ducks 24-10 victory over the Oregon State Beavers. And they look ahead toward the Pac-12 Title Game between the Ducks and the Utah Utes in Santa Clara.

Talkin' Ducks
Jordan Kent recaps the Civil War with Anthony Newman

Talkin' Ducks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2019 26:00


Jordan Kent and Anthony Newman recap the Oregon Ducks 24-10 victory over the Oregon State Beavers. And they look ahead toward the Pac-12 Title Game between the Ducks and the Utah Utes in Santa Clara.

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

For the 75th consecutive year, Oregon and Oregon State will meet in the Civil War Saturday afternoon in Autzen Stadium. To get you ready for this weekend's Civil War football game, Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil discuss all you need to know for the game. The Ducks have already clinched a spot in next Friday's Pac-12 Championship game as the North Division champion and can now also secure the 11th 10-win season in program history with a victory on Saturday. Oregon has won 10 of the last 11 meetings, including five straight wins at Autzen Stadium. Over the last 11 years, Oregon is averaging 47.2 points per game and has a scoring margin of plus-20.7 points.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talkin' Beavers
Ryan Nall: 2016 Civil War Hero

Talkin' Beavers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 29:37


Ryan Nall, current Chicago Bear and former Oregon State Beaver, joins host Nigel Burton to share what pregame speech he'd give the Beavs to get the team hyped up before Saturday's Civil War. Find out Nall's favorite memories from his time at Oregon State, the importance of rivalry games, and look ahead to what the Beavs are going to face when they head to Autzen Stadium.

Talkin' Beavers
Ryan Nall: 2016 Civil War Hero

Talkin' Beavers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 29:37


Ryan Nall, current Chicago Bear and former Oregon State Beaver, joins host Nigel Burton to share what pregame speech he'd give the Beavs to get the team hyped up before Saturday's Civil War. Find out Nall's favorite memories from his time at Oregon State, the importance of rivalry games, and look ahead to what the Beavs are going to face when they head to Autzen Stadium.

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Post game Reaction Oregon vs Arizona

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2019 16:31


Following Oregon's 34-6 blowout win against Arizona, Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil have your instant analysis and reactions.  Matt and Erik recorded a post-game podcast from the confines of the Autzen Stadium press box following Saturday night's win. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

My Show with Alex and Jake
Ep 115.5:My Show Shitshow

My Show with Alex and Jake

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2019 14:28


Robin and Jake are walking to Jake's car from Autzen Stadium to make up for the short recording this week. Enjoy!

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
The ultimate Oregon vs Arizona preview

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2019 46:21


The No. 6 ranked Oregon Ducks will be looking to strike revenge against the visiting Arizona Wildcats this Saturday night at Autzen Stadium. Oregon played maybe one of their worst games in recent memory last year at Arizona and was blown in the game. Oregon's players this week have talked a lot about the lessons that game gave them and have shaped this season.  Ahead of the game, DuckTerritory.com's Matt Prehm and Erk Skopil run through the news and notes you need to know from this week, discuss a few key storylines we think play out in the game, make our in-game predictions, and end the show with a discussion on how the game will play out and who wins. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Arizona Wildcats Insider Jason Scheer previews Oregon vs Arizona

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2019 39:16


Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil are joined by 247Sports Arizona Insider and Wildcat Authority Publisher Jason Scheer to preview this weekend's Duck football game. The trio discuss Saturday night's football game at Autzen Stadium between the 8-1 and No. 6 ranked Oregon Ducks and the 4-5 Arizona Wildcats.  Scheer gives a glimpse into the Kevin Sumlin program and what's working and what's not working, what Oregon fans can expect at quarterback for the Wildcats, why Khalil Tate hasn't had a clean final senior season, if there is any pressure building for Sumlin, and what aspect of this football presents a tough challenge for the Wildcats. All that and more is discussed in this Thursday podcast with Arizona insider Jason Scheer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
EMERGENCY PODCAST: Ducks win in walk-off fashion over WSU

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2019 24:17


For the second straight week, the Oregon Ducks had a thrilling come from behind victory against a rival in the Pac-12 North. Saturday night inside Autzen Stadium the No. 11 ranked Ducks saw an 11-point lead evaporate and eventually found themselves trailing by one with 53 seconds to play in the game. The Ducks won the football game 37-35 after freshman Camden Lewis made his third field goal of the game, this one coming from 26 yards as time expired. Following the victory and the media session afterward, DuckTerritory.com's Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil bring you postgame reactions from players, head coach Mario Cristobal, and of course themselves. This win gives Oregon their first 5-0 start in Pac-12 play since the 2013 football season, extends a Pac-12 winning streak to seven games, which is the longest it's been since the 2014 season, and has brought Mario Cristobal's home record to 11-1 in his time as head coach. Listen to this postgame edition of the Autzen Audibles Podcast as we bring you the biggest storylines from the game and the analysis you are looking for. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WagerTalk Podcast
Oregon Ducks vs Washington State Cougars Predictions and Preview from Vegas

WagerTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2019 3:43


Oregon Ducks vs Washington State Cougars Predictions, Picks, and Odds for their showdown on Saturday, October 26, from Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR. Direct from Las Vegas, the WagerTalk handicapping crew look at the Vegas odds and give their college football expert picks and predictions on the matchup between Oregon Ducks vs Washington State Cougars. Current Vegas college football odds have Oregon Ducks favored by 14 over Washington State Cougars (updated College Football spreads and totals from Vegas http://www.wagertalk.com/livelines). #GoDucks #GoCougs#WagerTalk#CollegeFootball#CollegeFootballPicksOregon Ducks vs Washington State Cougars PredictionsOregon has almost wrapped up the Pac-12 North as soon as the Dodgers did in the NL West. But the Andy Avalos-designed Duck defense that was clamping down on a series of suspect foes displayed some leaks at U-Dub, and Wazzu QB Gordon got Cougs back on course vs. Colorado. Note Leach has been able to work his magic lately in this series, winning last 4 SU as part of a 9-game Coug cover streak vs. Webfoots! (analysis provided by The Gold Sheet)

The Audible with Stew & Bruce
LSU the new #1? Trent Dilfer on CFB's top QBs

The Audible with Stew & Bruce

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2019 54:39


LSU beats Florida at home and Stew ranks them #1 in the country. Oklahoma actually has a defense. Bruce give his take on Oregon after his 2nd straight weekend in Autzen Stadium. Plus, Super Bowl winning QB & Elite 11 Head Coach Trent Dilfer gives his take on Ohio State QB Justin FIelds, Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts, Georgia QB Jake Fromm & Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa.Subscribe to The Athletic and get 40% off your annual subscription by using this special promo code: theathletic.com/theaudible 

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

The Oregon Ducks improved to 5-1 on the season Friday night at home when they had a dominating blowout victory over visiting Colorado. The Ducks scored 38 straight points after the first quarter to win the football game 45-3.    Following the big win, Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack sat down to discuss the big victory and what it all means. Matt, Erik, and Jared also have important injury news to release as multiple players left the game with injuries, including starting tight end Jacob Breeland, starting linebacker Troy Dye, and starting safety Jevon Holland.    The Ducks are off to a 3-0 start in conference play for the first time since the 2013 season, have won 28 of their last 31 games as a ranked team inside Autzen Stadium, five straight this season for the first time since the 2015 season, and have given head coach Mario Cristobal his first five-game winning streak in his entire coaching career.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CU Buffs Insider
Buffs Insider with Mark Johnson and Neill Woelk for Friday October 11th

CU Buffs Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2019 15:10


This week on the Buffs Insider, the Voice and the Scribe, discuss preseason Buffs basketball and football heading to Eugene to battle the #13 ranked Ducks tonight at Autzen Stadium! #GoBuffs!

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Sooooooo about that 35-3 win over Montana

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2019 20:11


The Oregon Ducks improved to 2-1 on the season by beating visiting Montana 35-3 Saturday night at Autzen Stadium. The Oregon defense once again held their opponent to only field goals in the game, but even with Oregon's offense throwing for five touchdown passes and going over 500 yards of offense there were some concerns there. Oregon also saw multiple starters get hurt and not play in this game. So, about that 35-3 win over Montana. Matt Prehm, Kevin Wade, and Jared Mack discuss it all and give instant takeaways and feedback from Oregon's victory. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WagerTalk Podcast
Oregon vs Nevada Predictions and Odds (College Football Picks and Spread - Sept 7) (1)

WagerTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2019 2:00


Oregon Ducks vs Nevada Wolf Pack Predictions, Picks, and Odds for their showdown on Saturday, September 7, from Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR. Direct from Las Vegas, Kelly Stewart, Bryan Leonard and Bruce Marshall look at the Vegas odds and give their college football expert picks and predictions on the matchup between Oregon Ducks vs Nevada Wolf Pack. Current Vegas college football odds have Oregon favored by 23 over Nevada (updated Oregon Ducks vs Nevada Wolf Pack College Football Odds from Vegas http://www.wagertalk.com/livelines). #CollegeFootball#GoDucks#BattleBorn#WagerTalk

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
Former NFL LB & current Hollywood producer Spencer Paysinger

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2019 86:09


Dave Dameshek is joined in Studio 66 by former NFL linebacker and current Hollywood producer Spencer Paysinger! Spencer also brought along Shek's old producer - Black Tie! They first get into Spencer's football career including winning the Super Bowl in 2011 with the New York Giants, how Odell Beckham Jr. was as a teammate and is Autzen Stadium the best environment in college football (8:57)? The latter half of this extended show is about Spencer's jump into Hollywood because of his love of movies. Shek and Spencer kibitz about the show "All American" which is based off his life (20:48) as well as what is the best movie house, doctor and party (26:40)? The show is wrapped up with an "Elimination Chamber" thanks to Black Tie (1:20:05)!

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
Former NFL LB & current Hollywood producer Spencer Paysinger

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2019 86:09


Dave Dameshek is joined in Studio 66 by former NFL linebacker and current Hollywood producer Spencer Paysinger! Spencer also brought along Shek's old producer - Black Tie! They first get into Spencer's football career including winning the Super Bowl in 2011 with the New York Giants, how Odell Beckham Jr. was as a teammate and is Autzen Stadium the best environment in college football (8:57)? The latter half of this extended show is about Spencer's jump into Hollywood because of his love of movies. Shek and Spencer kibitz about the show "All American" which is based off his life (20:48) as well as what is the best movie house, doctor and party (26:40)? The show is wrapped up with an "Elimination Chamber" thanks to Black Tie (1:20:05)!

Dead Show of the Month
DSOTM # 151 - 6/24/90

Dead Show of the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2019 224:58


This months's podcast takes us back to The Grateful Dead, and Little Feat, in Eugene, OR during the Summer of 1990.   This show is Brent Mydland's last show on the West Coast and it is a whole lotta fun.   Little Feat was the opening act, and we give you a healthy dose of them at half-time.   Keep on enjoyin' the ride! GRATEFUL DEAD   June 24, 1990   Autzen Stadium  Eugene, OR    SET 1:   Help on the Way > Slipknot! > Franklins Tower, When I Paint My Masterpiece, Loose Lucy, Just a Little Light, Picasso Moon, Candyman, Let it Grow   HALF TIME:   Little Feat  (Eugene, OR  6/24/90)    SET 2:   Foolish Heart, Women Are Smarter, Standing on the Moon, Box of Rain, Estimated Prophet > He's Gone > Drums > Space > Other One > Wharf Rat> Sugar Magnolia   ENCORE:  Brokedown Palace SOURCE:   Ultra Matrix / Analog Master

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

DuckTerritory.com's Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil preview this weekend's Oregon spring football game. The Oregon Ducks will kickoff the 2019 Spring Game at Autzen Stadium at 2 p.m. on April 20th and the game will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Networks. Follow DuckTerritory.com for full coverage of the day's events. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Duck Pod - Oregon Sports
Previewing Arizona State with The Athletic's Doug Haller

The Duck Pod - Oregon Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2018 28:09


Doug Haller of The Athletic joins Ryan Thorburn and Austin Meek to discuss the surprising Arizona State Sun Devils and look ahead to senior night at Autzen Stadium.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Breaking down Oregon's win over UCLA and Chip Kelly

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2018 33:41


The Oregon Ducks beat their former head coach Chip Kelly and the UCLA Bruins 42-21 Saturday night at Autzen Stadium. DuckTerritory.com's Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Alek Arend discuss Oregon's victory, how it happened, what concerns there are from the win, and what it means going forward for the Ducks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Judah Newby
OCFB Post 11-3: Ducks beat Chip Kelly's Bruins 42-21

Judah Newby

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2018 80:52


The Ducks got right with a 42-21 win over UCLA in Chip Kelly's return to Autzen Stadium. Judah Newby and Neil Lomax break it all down on the Oregon College Football Postgame Show.

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Previewing Oregon vs UCLA; Chip Kelly returns to Oregon

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2018 46:17


DuckTerritory.com's Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil preview this weekend's big football game between the Oregon Ducks (5-3) and the UCLA Bruins (2-6), which will be played at Autzen Stadium with a 4:30 p.m. kickoff and broadcast on the Pac-12 Networks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Recapping Oregon's win over Washington

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2018 38:22


The Oregon Ducks and the Washington Huskies played in one of the best games of the series between the two rivals at Autzen Stadium. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Judah Newby
OCFB Postgame 10/13: Ducks Beat Huskies in OT

Judah Newby

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2018 88:50


Neil Lomax and Judah Newby react to the Ducks incredible over time win over Washington at Autzen Stadium.

GoHuskies Podcast with Tony Castricone
The Chris Petersen Show: 2018 > Episode 8

GoHuskies Podcast with Tony Castricone

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2018 59:40


Chris Petersen talks with Tony Castricone ahead of No. 7 Washington's 12:30 PM (PT) matchup with No. 17 Oregon on Saturday (Oct. 13) at Autzen Stadium. Saturday's kick marks the 111th meeting between the Dawgs and the Ducks.

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

DuckTerritory.com's Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil discuss this week's big college football game between No. 7 Washington (5-1) and No. 17 Oregon (4-1) at Eugene, Ore. and Autzen Stadium. In this week's preview podcast, the guys discuss the following topics: - The big game and the implications a win or a loss would have for the Oregon Ducks. - The keys to the game and how the Ducks can pull off the home 'upset' against the Huskies. - Justin Herbert's importance, and if he could get back into the Heisman discussion with a big win. - The recruiting implications for this year's game at home for the Oregon Ducks. All that and more is discussed in this week's preview podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Solid Verbal
College Football Week 7 Picks and Previews

The Solid Verbal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2018 73:37


Ty and Dan hunker down for a ferocious Smilodon Saturday, chock full of high level college football matchups, including Georgia's road test at LSU, Washington's trip to Autzen Stadium, West Virginia's clash with the Brockstar, and Michigan's chance for a statement win in the Big House. Plus, potential letdowns for Florida and Texas, a possible shootout in Memphis, and a realistic chat about whether Alabama is overrated. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast
Recapping Oregon's loss to Stanford

Autzen Audibles: DuckTerritory's Oregon athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2018 45:09


The Oregon Ducks suffered a heartbreak loss to the Stanford Cardinal Saturday night at a sold-out Autzen Stadium. We break down the loss, what should the Ducks have done differently, and what's coming next for the Ducks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

No Huddle on the Oregon Ducks with Justin Myers
No Huddle on the Oregon Ducks Podcast: Episode 7

No Huddle on the Oregon Ducks with Justin Myers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2018 31:18


Host Justin Myers breaks down and previews the Ducks showdown with Stanford in Eugene as well as discusses how the home field advantage at Autzen Stadium has disappeared.

Daily Emerald
Emerald Football: San Jose State Preview

Daily Emerald

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2018 23:38


Sports reporters Jack Butler, Shawn Medow and Maverick Pallack discuss Oregon football’s season before the Ducks’ game against San Jose State at Autzen Stadium on Sept. 15. Music in this podcast is “The Gray Forest – IV Escape” by Aitua from freemusicarchive.org. This podcast was edited by Ryan Nguyen.

The Duck Pod - Oregon Sports
PSU head coach Bruce Barnum

The Duck Pod - Oregon Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2018 28:09


Portland State football head coach Bruce Barnum joins the podcast ahead of the Oregon-PSU game on Saturday, Sept. 8. Kick off is at 11 a.m. at Autzen Stadium.  Photo: Rob Beard, left, Michael Clay, Brian Jackson and a host of other Ducks stop a kickoff return by Portland State's Raymond Clay during the 2010 matchup between Oregon and PSU. (Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oregon Sports Network
Duck insider 8-16-18

Oregon Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2018 60:00


We dive into Oregon Football 2.0 including the changes to the fan experience at Autzen Stadium and the new Duck uniforms with assistant AD for marketing and sales John Brewer. Plus, wide receivers coach Michael Johnson and WR Johnny Johnson discuss fall camp on Duck Insider.

Oregon Sports Network
Duck Insider 8-13-18

Oregon Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2018 60:00


Breaking down Oregon Football's first scrimmage of fall camp, plus details on the enhancements and changes to gameday at Autzen Stadium with Director of Events Services Vicki Strand. Also, Oregon Volleyball Head Coach Matt Ulmer joins us in-studio.

Sustainable Nation
PAC-12 Sustainability Conference and Sustainability in Sports

Sustainable Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2018 36:31


Today we have a special episode of Sustainable Nation. We're talking sustainability in sports and the PAC-12 Sustainability Conference. Consistent with its reputation as the conference of champions, the PAC-12 is the first collegiate sports conference to convene a high level symposium focused entirely on integrating sustainability into college athletics and across college campuses. All of the PAC-12 athletic departments have committed to measuring their environmental performance, developing strategies and goals to reduce their impact and monitoring their progress in engaging fans and communities in greener practices. The PAC-12 sustainability conference signals in elevated approach to enhancing sustainability efforts within collegiate athletics departments, designing new collective initiatives and sharing best practices to transform college sports into a platform for environmental progress. Today we're interviewing two members of the PAC-12 sustainability conference committee, Dave Newport and Jamie Zaninovich. Jamie Zaninovich - Jamie joined the PAC-12 Conference as Deputy Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer in July of 2014. He's responsible for all aspects of the PAC-12's administrative operations, including television administration, sports management, championships, football bowl relationships, PAC-12 global, compliance and officiating. During his first two years at the PAC-12, Jamie helped guide the conference through unprecedented governance changes, major increases in its international efforts, and continued high level success of its 23 sponsored sports. Dave Newport - Dave launched the first US college sports sustainability activation with corporate partnership for the Florida Gators when he was the University of Florida's director of sustainability in 2002. Later he became director of the University of Colorado Boulder Environmental Center and founded the nation's first comprehensive NCAA Division One sports sustainability program, Ralphie's Green Stampede. Dave is also secretary of the Green Sports Alliance board of directors, former board secretary of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, an award winning publisher and editor and a former elected county commission board chairman. Jamie Zaninovich Jamie Zaninovich. Welcome to Sustainable Nation. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me, Josh. Looking forward to it. I gave the listeners some background on your professional life but tell us a little bit about your personal life and what led you to be doing the work you're doing today. College sports has been a passion of mine since my early days in Eugene, Oregon where I was a faculty brat, son of a faculty member who played basketball in college back in the day and used to take me to all the games at the old historic Matt Court and Autzen Stadium in Eugene as a kid. So that's really where my passion for collegiate athletics started, and I was not a good enough to be a collegiate student athlete, so of course, decided to be an administrator instead. That's how it works. I've spent the last 25 years working both on campus and in college athletic conferences starting at Stanford and then Princeton University, and now here at the PAC-12 for the past four years. Like I said, it's a passion of mine as is sustainability, so we're really excited that we're at least making some progress in putting those two things together here at the PAC-12. And now the PAC-12 Sustainability Conference coming up in July. Really the first sustainability focused conference put on by a collegiate sports conference, the PAC-12. Tell us a little bit about how that came about and what people can expect at this year's PAC-12 Sustainability Conference. It's really a reflection of our 12 schools who have taken a leadership position in sustainability, and sports sustainability more specifically, in the collegiate space. So when I came to the PAC-12 four years ago, Dave Newport is the sustainability director at Colorado, showed up on our doorstep and said, "Hey, I'm not sure if you knew this, but all 12 of our PAC-12 schools are members of the Green Sports Alliance. That's the only conference in the country that that's the case and you guys should really look at doing something in this space." So, we said, "Yeah, this is interesting." Myself and Gloria Nevarez, who formerly worked at the PAC-12, both have a passion for sustainability having grown up on the west coast. We sort of took Dave's lead. The PAC-12 at that point joined the Green Sports Alliance and started looking at what a plan could be for us to take a leadership position, really reflecting what our schools have already done. So we created an informal working group within our schools of sustainability officers and athletics department reps. They suggested having a first of its kind conference, so we did that last year in Sacramento at the LEED platinum Golden One Arena just ahead of the GSA annual conference, and that went very well. From there we started thinking about do we do this again and what could come next? So we'll have our second event this year in Boulder, July 12th. It's going to be a great group of on campus athletics reps, sustainability professionals and industry folks. We have some really great panels lined up including two former NBA players, in Jason Richardson and Earl Watson, two former gold medalists, in Arielle Gold who just won gold in snowboarding at the Olympics - he's a Colorado grad. And Mary Harvey, who's a former goalkeeper for the University of California, who's an Olympic gold medalist for the USA. She has also headed up, which is now a successful, 2026 World Cup North America endeavor, and she's heading up their sustainability areas. So, we're going to have some awesome panels. The folks that I mentioned will be augmented by programmers on our campuses that have submitted proposals in the areas of fan engagement, student athlete engagement in sustainability, and it's going to be a full day of great best practice sharing, networking and hopefully a lot of learning to move forward what is an important initiative. That's very exciting. Jamie, this is bringing together my two greatest passions in life, the environment and sports. So, I love what you guys are doing and really excited to be there on July 12th. Why have these professional athletes and gold medalists speak? What do you think that sustainability professionals or campus leaders can learn from these accomplished athletes? I think the philosophy of purpose plus sport, and the power of that, has never been more relevant than today with some of the societal challenges that we face. I think those in the sports industry, college or professional, understand that with privilege comes responsibility, right? And if you have the opportunity to make a positive difference, such as those that have had made their living in doing something like sports, then there is a kind of an obligation to find a way to give back. And I think the environment is very front and center. In a lot of respects, it's almost a bulletproof cause and those are sort of hard to find these days. It's one of those causes were there may be some people on the other side, but in general everybody's for a sustainable future. So I think those are the elements that sort of have gotten this into it and I think are there reasons why we're getting at least some attention, still very early days for us, but some attention from folks that want to be involved in it as an endeavor. At last year's conference you had basketball legend, Bill Walton, speaking at the event. If anybody has seen him speak, Bill is very passionate person. At the conference last year, Bill said, "Sustainability is good policy, good economics, and it's good for all of us." From a chief operating officer perspective, can you tell us why sustainability is good for business in the PAC-12? I'm very much a believer in this notion of both doing good and doing well. I think for a long time, issues of social based programs, whether it's sustainability or otherwise, have sort of been perceived as cost centers. Right? Here's something you spend money on and you measure it in the value of maybe the positive PR you get. But what I'm learning, and I think we'll have some interesting news around this at our conference, just to tease that a little bit, is the commercial value around this space in sustainability and purpose based sponsorship and engagement more broadly is robust. And so if you could find the right partners that align with your values, you can drive great commercial value to them and to you, whether that's endemic partners that might be specifically involved in sustainability, or just the DNA of some larger corporations that understand that this is important for the future. I think this has never been more relevant. And what we're seeing in our campuses is this is really market driven. There are students coming to our campuses are not saying, "Oh great, there's a recycling banner. Oh cool, we have solar panels." They are saying, "Hey, where are the solar panels? Where are the recycling bins. We expect this. This is our generation speaking." So part of this is really serving that market as well and aligning interest that way. Absolutely great points. And I think you can kind of see that happening in professional sports. Some of these leagues like the NHL a NASCAR are really stepping out and leading in sustainability. It's pretty clear that they understand the long-term business benefits of sustainability and visible sustainability programs. Is the PAC-12 conference looking towards those professional sports leagues and learning from what they're doing? I think certainly. I think they've taken the lead with their green platforms. I think we want to learn from what they've done and put it in the appropriate context for collegiate, which is similar yet different. But I think one of the advantages we have, honestly, is we have these great institutions that are leaders in research and thought leadership. And it's really about leveraging the power of our campuses around this because they tend to be where great ideas start. In our case we happen to have 12 elite research institutions all in the western part of the United States, in centers of innovation. We want to align what we do with their DNA. So we see that as a real opportunity, If anyone is interested in learning more or attending the PAC-12 Sustainability Conference, where can they go check that out? So just go a PAC-12sustainabilityconference.com or put it in Google and the website will come up. You'll get the full program there. You can register online. We have hotel partnerships in Boulder that are available and we hope to see everybody there. I think this is a really unique space and it's going to be another great conversation. Last year we had an oversubscribed room and Bill wowed them last year. He's a great ambassador. Bill won't be there this year, we're giving them a year off. But we do have some exciting speakers as I mentioned before, and look for a reasonably big announcement in the sustainability space at the conference as well. So I'll tease that up. That's exciting. Jamie, we like to end the interview with a final five questions. What is one piece of advice you would give sustainability leaders? Think big and expand who your partners could be. What are you most excited about right now in the world of sustainability? I think this notion that we can create a commercially viable platforms that bring together sustainability partners and athletics leagues and teams and schools. How about a book recommendation? Do you have one book you could recommend for sustainability professionals or other professionals? Well, this is a little bit off the radar and it's probably been read by most, but Cadillac Desert is one of my favorite books related to sustainability and the history of water in the western US. So that's a must read. What are some of your favorite resources or tools that you use that really help you in your work? I think it's just people. I'll go back to finding the right partners. Our best resources are our best thinkers and our best people, and that's why our campuses are so valuable to us. Whether it's student athletes, sustainability professionals, university athletic directors etc. And finally, we mentioned where people can go to learn about the conference, anywhere else you'd like to send people where they can learn more about you and the work that you're leading the PAC-12, We have a PAC-12.com website and I'd also encourage people to tune into our PAC-12 networks, which is linked from there. We have a lot of great stuff in terms of what we're involved in, including soon, a link to our sustainability platform. Jamie, I'm very much looking forward to the conference in July and that big announcement. I think everyone's excited about that now. It's so great to hear about the wonderful things the PAC-12 Conference is leading in sustainability. It's just so important to have that top-level support when committing to sustainability, so it's great to hear from you and hear about your passion. Thank you for making the world a better place, Jamie. Well, thank you. And thanks to people like yourself and Sustainable Nation for making this publicly available. We really need that contagion to catch on in this area even more to do well this way. Dave Newport Our next guest is Dave Newport. Dave launched the first US college sports sustainability activation with corporate partnership for the Florida Gators when he was the University of Florida's director of sustainability in 2002. Later he became director of the University of Colorado Boulder Environmental Center and founded the nation's first comprehensive NCAA Division One sports sustainability program, Ralphie's Green Stampede. Dave is also secretary of the Green Sports Alliance board of directors, former board secretary of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, an award winning publisher and editor and a former elected county commission board chairman. Dave Newport, thank you for joining us. It's great to have you on to chat about the PAC-12 Sustainability Conference, which we'll get to in a second, but first tell us a little bit about you. I gave an introduction on your professional life but tell us a little bit about your personal life and what led you to be doing the work you're doing today. Well, I guess most people in sustainability come from very diverse backgrounds in terms of their career and their interests, and I'm certainly no exception. I've been a little bit in the environmental arena, one way, shape or form, for a long time. I think personally, what led me to sports sustainability is the inevitable search for leverage. That is, what's the multiplier effect of the work you do? How many people does it affect? How many people can it potentially effect? And of course, sports, there's no bigger platform on the planet then sports. So moving into sustainability in sports was natural from that analytical point of view for me personally and professionally, but like yourself, Josh, I grew up playing sports. I love sports and love sustainability, so let's combine fun with work and boom, here we are. That's what got me here. That's great. And I understand it all kind of started down in Florida when you were at the University of Florida, director of sustainability, you launched the first US college sports sustainability activation with a corporate partnership for the Florida Gators. Tell us how that came about and how it all started for you. Yeah, that was cool. It was 2002, and I was getting the sustainability program running on the giant University of Florida campus. Had lot of support and a great president to work with, and one day said, "Hey, let's see what we can do in The Swamp, the Florida field. I mean, there's no bigger icon of American College football, then Florida Field and Florida Gators, and we can make a statement that would be great." I went to see the athletic director, Jeremy Foley, a legendary AD for Florida, and he liked it. He didn't see any downside to it, but what we'll do is due diligence as smart guys do. And so he pulled a lot of people and talked it all through. He said, "Yep, let’s go with it and we're going to reach out to our fanbase well in advance and let them know what's going on." So he put in place a great communications effort. The corporate partner at the time was a petroleum marketer. So talk about our odd bedfellows, but it was a petroleum marketing company that has a series of stores across the Southeast and the Midwest, and as far as Texas, called Kangaroo stores. They had a very progressive CEO who was trying to move basically out of the oil business and into the renewable energy business, believe it or not. So they wanted to do build some stores in the Gainesville area that were the first LEED certified convenience stores in the United States. They put in bio diesel, and things like that. They were promoting their greenness so it was a good fit. We pitched them and they liked it. We did a pilot on homecoming, at the homecoming banquet, which was huge, and then in the clubs and suites of Florida Field during the homecoming game. I walked around with the AD there and we just visited with the fans, alumni of the Gators, and asked them how they felt about all this stuff. We got 500 comments back and 499 of them were like, this is really cool. The grumpiest comment we got back was from this one old alumni gentlemen who said, "Yeah this is great. How come we haven't been doing this all along?" So that was the worst comment we got back, and after that everything was golden because athletics figured out, hey, there's no downside of this. People intuitively like it and once you get past the inevitable startup problems in implementation and all the operational stuff, which we solved, the fans like it. And so fan engagement is key and has been part of why we've done this right along, is that fan engagement element is very strong. Sure, that's great. Especially the college level it's mostly young folks and these are the people that are really passionate about the environment and that's great. And then eventually you left and now you're the director of the University of Colorado Boulder Environmental Center. And you founded the nation's first comprehensive NCAA Division One sports sustainability program - Ralphie's Green Stampede. Tell us a little bit about that program. So, at Florida we started the first zero waste program in the NCAA, and then when we got to Colorado we came first comprehensive one. So we do it in all sports, and it's not just a zero waste, it's zero carbon, zero water, zero net energy in new buildings, no pesticides, local food and a few other things I can't remember. We've got four LEED Platinum athletics facilities, which is half of the number of LEED platinum buildings on the entire campus. And we've got the lion's share, like 90 plus percent, of all of the installed solar on athletics facilities. So, the University of Colorado Athletic Department is the most sustainable department on campus, a fact that bugs the heck out of the environmental science people, but it is what it is. When I got to Colorado and told them both to the Florida story, it got me a meeting with the AD at the time, Mike Bohn.  He listened to what I had to say and he said, "Okay, we can do that here." It was about that easy. So I said, "Hey, you know, this was awful easy. How come you said yes so fast." And this I will carry with me the rest of my career. His response to me was, "Dave, what you don't understand is people don't come here on Saturday for football. They come here for community. And sustainability is all about community. So this will work." I will tell you that that is a lesson in how to engage fans and what is really going on in sports, that I now see everywhere. I checked it out, I worked on it and we've done research on it. And indeed, sports is a bonding moment for our fans. That's why you come. That's why everybody's singing the same songs, wear's the same shirts, looks at the same environments and all that kind of stuff. Because we are communal species and we want to be part of the community. So, that added to my repertoire of ways to approach this thing and leverage that fan engagement we were speaking of. That's great. And so now we have the PAC-12 Sustainability Conference coming up July 12th and that's going to be at the University of Colorado Boulder, is that right? Correct, and come on down. Absolutely. So, tell us about that conference. How did it come about and what can we expect? From the time when I started working at Florida and then Colorado in sports, many sports organizations have moved into this space, especially at the pro level and increasingly at the college level. I'm seeing the value of: A) Saving money through operational sustainability and B) Engaging your fans through this leadership. However, no athletic conference or sports network has moved into the space of promoting it as sort of a behavior and a lifestyle, as a conference and as a league, until the PAC-12 showed up. And Jamie's great leadership with PAC-12, and Larry Scott the commissioner, I've met with both of them, and Larry is 100 percent behind this because they get everything I just said. They get the savings, they get the leadership and the fan engagement. And so, they're now talking about this in game. They're talking about it as a conference. They're talking about it as a leadership position, as consistent with the Conference of Champions and other people have taken notice now. So, their leadership is really a game changer in terms of taking it to the next level and using the sports platform to engage fans to be more sustainable at home, work and play. That is the mission. Running a recycling system in your stadium is great. Using that as an influencer to influence those fans that show up for that community every Saturday, as part of being a good fan of their favorite team, to live the life and to embody that as part of their fandom. That's the strategy. That's what the sustainability conference is all about - How do we do our operational stuff better and how do we use it to influence fans? You guys have some famous accomplished athletes who are going to be there speaking as well. Professional athletes and Olympic athletes. Tell us a little bit about who will be there. It's a really good group. We have Arielle Gold, a professional snowboarder and one of our students AT UC Boulder, and part of our Protect Our Winters, and is touring the hallways of Capitol Hill and other places to talk about climate change and how it affects our lives and our sports. So she's obviously our millennial target athlete. Mary Harvey, who I have the pleasure of working alongside of the board of the Green Sports Alliance. She is just fabulous in terms of her overall acumen. She's won gold medals, World Cups, she played with Mia Hamm, she's worked for FIFA back in the day and now she's working with the World Cup, a group here for the United States that successfully landed the World Cup bid for North America in 2026. There's some other great athletes as well. Obviously Steve Lavin, a fabulous coach, ESPN commentator and a spokesman for UCLA. Jason Richardson, another NCAA Championship basketball player and retired from the NBA. Last year you may recall we had Bill Walton show up and give us a keynote and some life lessons, and that was entertaining. I think I've missed a couple, but there's obviously more detail at the PAC-12sustainabilityconference.com. And Jason Richardson retired and left the Golden State Warriors a little bit too early. He kind of missed out on all the fun. Oh boy, those guys are something else. So, Dave, some people may not see the connection, but I actually think there's a strong parallel between sports and leading sustainability, having passion and perseverance, cooperation, teamwork, team building and strategy. What do you think sustainability professionals who were leading sustainability can learn from these accomplished professional athletes? Yeah, I think you said it well, Josh. I think that's exactly right. One of the things that sustainability professionals do is basically giving credit away for everything, and being all about teamwork and not really trying to be a showboat or anything. They're much like hockey players. Where do you hear of an arrogant hockey player? Most of them were like, "Oh man, my team is so great," and all this stuff because they know it's all about teamwork. I think likewise, as you said, in sustainability it's the same thing. We want everyone to be part of it. And so when you do it inclusively and you bring people together to have a conversation about moving forward sustainably, then you bring in people that wouldn't normally be part of that team, and that's the key. That's how you grow the scope of what you're doing, by getting beyond the usual suspects and getting into folks where this may not be what they get out of bed thinking about every morning. But it's important to them when they have the opportunity to be influential in it. And so allowing for that influence, allowing for people who are doing other things, to be part of this and really bringing them in and getting those ideas, that's how you grow the team. That's how you move towards sustainability. And that is all a process. It is not an end game. Sustainability is not an end game. It's a process. The process is the product. And the process is inclusion and teamwork. Very well said, Dave. For any of our listeners who would like to attend the PAC-12 Sustainability Conference, where can they go to find out more and to sign up. So, PAC-12sustainabilityconference.com, or just Google it and it'll take you there. The website is up and running and accepting your reservations. Come on down. We've got all kinds of fun things to do in Boulder on the 11th and 12th of July. And then that weekend, the Grateful Dead are going to be in our stadium playing. So, come for a conference and stay for the concert. Sounds great. Dave, before we let you go we're going to end on our Final Five Questions. Are you ready? Five Questions. Who used to do that? It was the original Daily Show guy. Craig Kilborn. Funny thing about Craig Kilborn, who was actually a great athlete himself and played some college basketball. He's from Hastings, Minnesota, which is the same small town that I'm from. His mom was my middle school English teacher. I remember the first day of class I had with her, she had a picture of Craig on the back of the classroom and said, "That's my son. He's in radio and learn from him. He's a great communicator." Then about a year later I saw him on Sports Center for the first time and I was like, "I know that name somewhere." And it was him, Craig Kilborn. So, he's one of the few famous people to come out of my small town. He's funny and he was really good at it too. And when he left I thought, "he's going to be a hard act to follow." Yeah, he was great. So, what is one piece of advice you would give other sustainability professionals that might help them in their careers? Don't think of anything. Have other people think about it and have it be their idea. What are you most excited about right now in the world of sustainability? How fast it's growing. I'm old, so I've observed the beginning and there was nobody. There was five of us doing this job when I started at Florida back in the nineties, and now I've lost count. What is one book you would recommend sustainability professionals read? If you don't read any other book in your entire life? You have to read Natural Capitalism. Excellent. And we had Hunter Lovins on as a guest a few weeks ago, so everyone can check out that episode of Sustainable Nation. What are some of your favorite resources or tools that really help you in the work that you do? Being a member of AASHE and using their website and their member community is a daily thing. I'm looking at their email right now. I think AASHE, again, didn't exist when we started. Now it's booming and all the many people that I've never even heard of are now offering information and gaining information through their website, aashe.org. And finally, where can people go to learn more about you and the work that you're leading at the University of Colorado Boulder, Green Sports Alliance and/or the PAC-12 Sustainability Conference? I'm on LinkedIn. Let's just go with LinkedIn. They will find you on LinkedIn. Excellent. Dave, it's so great to learn about all the work you've been doing and how this sustainability in sports movement really got started all the way back in 2002. I very much look forward to seeing you in Boulder in July. Thank you so much for joining and thank you for making the world a better place. And thank you for hosting us today, Josh. Look forward to seeing you in boulder.  

Flock Talk
Flock Talk Show #7

Flock Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2017 34:43


Flock Talk Show #7! Your hosts Gerry Snyder, Rex Gardner, and Tee Ivie break down the Oregon Duck game vs. UCLA! Looking forward to this weekend when the Ducks take on Utah at Autzen Stadium ! Subscribe to us on iTunes and follow us on Facebook! Thanks for listening!

Corn Nation: for Nebraska Cornhuskers fans
Corn Nation’s Five Heart Podcast: Huskers Take 1-0 Record to Oregon

Corn Nation: for Nebraska Cornhuskers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2017 29:24


The Huskers are undefeated…after one game. And it was closer than we’d like. Brian and Greg saw some things we liked in last week’s game. Like the kick return for a touchdown, the improved play from the quarterback position, the myriad of Nebraska receivers, and a young man by the name of Tre Bryant. We saw some things we didn’t like. For example…the muffed punt returned for a touchdown, and…the defense that bent but didn’t break when it counted the most. And then there’s the trip to the West Coast where an estimated 25,000-30,000 Husker fans are preparing to descend upon Eugene’s Autzen Stadium, where the Huskers will take on the Oregon Ducks. It’s not nuts – it’s Quackers! – Oregon in. ✊️ #GBR pic.twitter.com/jUQ6sol4pv — Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) September 9, 2017 All the links you need to stay in-the-know! The Five Heart Podcast Twitter  The Five Heart Podcast Facebook Page  The Corn Nation Twitter  The Corn Nation Facebook Page  The Jittery Monkey Facebook Page  The Jittery Monkey Twitter  Brian Towle  Greg Mehochko The post Corn Nation’s Five Heart Podcast: Huskers Take 1-0 Record to Oregon appeared first on Jittery Monkey Podcasting Network » Five Heart Podcast. The post Corn Nation’s Five Heart Podcast: Huskers Take 1-0 Record to Oregon appeared first on Jittery Monkey Podcasting Network » Five Heart Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Duck Pod - Oregon Sports
Talking Big Red with Tom Shatel of The Omaha World-Herald

The Duck Pod - Oregon Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2017 19:03


Columnist Tom Shatel of The Omaha World-Herald joins the Duck Pod to weigh in on Mike Riley, Nebraska's retooled defense and his first trip to Autzen Stadium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 9/1/17

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2017 117:56


This week's Deadpod opens with a classic combo the band did justice to as they opened the second set on August 22nd, 1993 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon. This Help->Slip->Frank is, and always was, a wonderful way to open a set, and I hope, a great way to open your Labor Day weekend.  The jam into Slipknot is particularly tasty. They follow with a rockin' Samson (it was Sunday after all). Corrina makes a rare but welcome appearance on the Deadpod going into Drums and Space.. The post-drums highlight of course is 'Days Between', one of those latter day ballads that are so powerful in the last few years. Not Fade Away is an excellent way to close the set, and they come back with a joyful 'Liberty' encore.        Grateful Dead Autzen Stadium - University of Oregon Eugene, OR   Two Help On The Way > Slipknot! > Franklin's Tower ; Samson And Delilah ; Ship Of Fools ; Corrina > Drums > Space > The Wheel > I Need A Miracle > Days Between > Not Fade Away   Encore: Liberty   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod090117.mp3   Have a safe and happy Labor Day!      Thank you for your support of the Deadpod!    Winter rain, now tell me why Summers fade and roses die The answer came, the wind and rain      

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 8/25/17

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2017 63:48


Usually in the month of August I'm drawn to playing some latter day Dead simply because the power of Garcia's ballads seemed to grow as his other abilities diminished. I also enjoy hearing some of the songs that the band debuted in the latter phase of their existence. Many listeners of the Deadpod only had the chance to see the band live in these latter day concerts as well, so its great to revisit them occasionally. I think the show I've chosen this week is one of the better ones. This occurred on August 22nd, 1993 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene Oregon. While as usual during this time, the first set is not as long as we'd like it is pretty well played. It starts with an interesting Jack Straw - Weir has equipment problems and is absent for most of it, leaving it up to Jerry and Phil to create some interesting interplay. Broken Arrow is a later day Phil addition I always enjoyed, and this is a fine version. The set-closing 'Music Never Stopped' is probably the highlight of this set as it features some nice moments. Next week we'll feature the quite good second set of this show.     Grateful Dead Autzen Stadium - University of Oregon Eugene, OR 8/22/93 - Sunday   One   Jack Straw ; Bertha ; Little Red Rooster ; Broken Arrow ; Althea ; When I Paint My Masterpiece ; Tennessee Jed ; The Music Never Stopped   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod082517.mp3   Thank you for your kind support of the Deadpod, which makes its' continued existence possible.         

The CavsCorner Podcast
CavsCorner Podcast: Episode 169

The CavsCorner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2016 52:59


Considering the brutal way that UVa opened its 2016 season last Saturday, the focus for Wahoo fans is to reconsider a lot about this year's team. And the crew is back to help you unpack it all. In the latest installment of the CavsCorner Podcast, we look at the loss to Richmond, what stood out to us the most, what can be fixed, what is most concerning, and what we expect going forward for Hoos, starting this Saturday night in Autzen Stadium when they face No. 24 Oregon.

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 6/5/15

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2015 142:26


Here is a second set from a show recently requested from one of my listeners, I happen to think this is one of the better shows of this year, June 19th, 1994 from Autzen Stadium in Eugene Oregon. While I didn't think the first set warranted publishing it, I did think this second set would bring a smile to many peoples' faces as they recalled some of the shows they saw in the 90s. This Sunday afternoon set starts off with a nice Scarlet ->Fire, the transition jam and the jam in Fire in particular is unique and interesting and I think you'll enjoy even Vince's contributions here and in this set. They follow with Samson and Delilah (it was a Sunday after all), then into Way To Go Home, and this one is surprisingly good, in my opinion, although it was never anyone's favorite. Then comes the heart of this set, a very good Playin' In the Band into Uncle John's Band. Billy and Mickey do a great Drumz and Space. The Other One that follows is decent if predictable, but I always enjoyed the 90's Wharf Rats and this is a quite good one. Bobby ends the set with a good reading of Good Lovin' .. then the boys come out and do a sweet 'Knockin' as the encore.  This is a decently sized second set, especially for the era, and I hope you'll enjoy it as I thought I should mix it up a little this week on the Deadpod.    Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR (Sunday, 6/19/94)   set 2 Scarlet Begonias -> Fire on the Mountain Samson & Delilah Way to go Home Playing in the Band -> Uncle John's Band -> Drums -> Space -> Other One -> Wharf Rat -> Good Lovin' E: Heaven's Door   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod060515.mp3     My most sincere thanks for your kind and generous support.   Life is Good, let's keep Dancin'!  

Dawgman Radio
DawgmanRadio: Oregon

Dawgman Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2014


SALEM, Ore. - Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com broke down the good, bad, and downright ugly from Washington's 45-20 loss at the hands of Oregon - their 11th-straight win over the Huskies dating back to 2004 - Saturday night at Autzen Stadium in Eugene. How far away is UW from competing at Oregon's level? Is there a real quarterback controversy? We touch on those topics, and more. To listen in on the 33-minute post-game podcast, click on the link below. DawgmanRadio: Oregon

Neat Stuff Podcast
Episode 14 - Send in the Drums!

Neat Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2012


Kat and Devin head down to Eugene to watch the Festival of Bands. Probably one of the only ways that we'll ever get into Autzen Stadium. Duck fans are a little nuts.Festival of Bands - http://omb.uoregon.edu/OregonAthleticBands/Festival_of_Bands.htmlFinale Music Software - http://www.finalemusic.com/Sibelius - http://www.sibelius.com/Zoom H4n - http://www.zoom.co.jp/products/h4nHosts:Devin Hunter - http://goo.gl/btHDLKathryn MarvinMusic Credits: Oregon Matching Band - http://omb.uoregon.edu/Opening: “Drum clinic music" by Oregon Marching Band Drum LineClosing: “Gangnam Style” by Oregon Marching Band - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfzCkatPlU0Download: http://archive.org/download/DevinHunterNeatStuffPodcast-Episode14/NeatEP14.mp3