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Latest podcast episodes about Bear Bryant

Kentucky Sports Memories
Bear Bryant's Career at UK

Kentucky Sports Memories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 10:52


Bear Bryant's Career at UK by Gary Fogle

Kentucky Sports Memories
Bear Bryant at University of Kentucky

Kentucky Sports Memories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 14:59


Bear Bryant at University of Kentucky by Gary Fogle

This Stuff Matters with Tom Gray
Part Three of Tom Gray w/ Ralph Stokes September 13 2022

This Stuff Matters with Tom Gray

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 19:24


This episode is the third of a three part interview with Ralph Stokes. This serves as a great wrap up of our little portrait of a real-life change agent, aka revolutionary. If you want to see the whole interview with Ralph unedited, you can find it here on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkvHgGMq-XM Ralph is our featured guest at our Next TSM Live Lunch September 14th. Get you ticket at the link below – and text me any questions you have for Ralph ahead of time to 678-453-6774. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/this-stuff-matters-live-with-tom-gray-and-special-guest-ralph-stokes-tickets-360213507297?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=escbSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

JumboSet
EP #17 BOB BAUMHOWER

JumboSet

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 94:08


JumboSet welcomes on an NFL legend & buffalo chicken wing coinsure, Bob Baumhower. Bob played at the University of Alabama for coach Paul Bear Bryant. He was then drafted by Don Shula and the Miami Dolphins where he would be selected to 5 Pro Bowls. He tells insane football stories, how he was recruited by Bear, He almost quit and Bear brought him back, and Bear Bryant almost signed a contract with the DOLPHINS??? Give the interview a listen. We give our picks for week 2 of football and Stat Boy give a high school rundown. This weeks Fab Five Draft is College football jerseys. This episode is worth the wait!

In Depth With Graham Bensinger
Joe Namath: Pro Football Hall of Famer

In Depth With Graham Bensinger

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 44:50


Graham sits down with NFL icon Joe Namath in Jupiter, Florida. “Broadway Joe” discusses his encounters with showbiz royalty from Elvis to Sinatra, his playboy reputation and how he beat alcoholism. The two also discuss playing for the great Bear Bryant, meeting Mickey Mantle and the Super Bowl game that helped change the sport forever.

The Best Storyteller In Texas Podcast
“If it Goes ‘Thump, Thump,' Go Back and Pick it Up!”

The Best Storyteller In Texas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 13:15


In this episode: Kent talks about legendary coaches, college and pro, and characteristics they all share. Along the way, he recounts some funny and little-known stories about legends such as Bear Bryant, Vince Lombardi, Paul Brown, Bill Walsh, Tom Landry, Nick Saban, Darrell Royal, Bum Phillips, and Jerry “Tark the Shark” Tarkanian. Kent observes what he thinks makes a winner, in sports or in business, and shares a memory from his high school football days that led to a favorite saying in his family.

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast
Replaying Bear Bryant And Nick Saban Leadership History...Lessons Regardless Of Title Or Occupation

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 46:28


Actions Speak Louder Than Words. At A Time In History When Leaders Lack Courage And Honesty And Authenticity, Simple Acts From 2 Of College Footballs Greats Can Guide Us To Do Better

Jon Chuckery
Jalen Mayfield won't start for the Atlanta Falcons this year

Jon Chuckery

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 41:35


Jon kicks off hour two of this Friyay edition of The Jon Chuckery Show with a Falcons Flyover. On this edition of the Falcons Flyover, Jon lets you hear from Arthur Smith, Kyle Pitts, Damien Williams, and Ade Ogundeji. Next, Jon also lets you hear from Atlanta Falcons rookie tight end John Fitzpatrick as Chuck caught up with Fitzpatrick during practice today. Finally, Jon end this edition of the Falcons Flyover by telling you what the Falcoholic roster projection looks like for the Falcons, and telling you what Felipe Franks can contribute. Next, Jon continues hour two of this Friyay edition of The Jon Chuckery Show by talking about all things Atlanta Braves with Managing editor for Battery Power, Kris Willis! Jon and Kris discuss how big this Mets series is for the Braves, Ronald Acuña Jr not being 100% confident in his knee, and more! Finally, Jon closes out hour two of this Friyay edition of The Jon Chuckery Show with a fan favorite segment in What's Buggin Chuckery. On this edition of What's Buggin' Chuckery, Chuck talks about Gene Stallings not being a fan of NIL.

On The Virg
Charlie McAlexander - S4E21

On The Virg

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 92:54


Joining me this week On The Virg is longtime sportscaster, and former voice of the South Carolina Gamecocks and Kentucky Wildcats, among others….Charlie McAlexander. We discuss his amazing career covering sports, all the phenomenal games, legendary coaches, famous athletes, and his side music hustle. Among the topics are Bear Bryant, Rick Pitino, Gary Player and Arnold Palmer, Elvis Presley and so much more. 

The Retirement Wisdom Podcast
Figure It Out – Mike Westhoff

The Retirement Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 44:29


Mike Westhoff spent 32 years in the NFL, mainly with the Dolphins, Jets and Saints, as an exceptionally creative and highly effective coach. Now 74 and retired, he joins us to discuss his book Figure It Out. We discuss his decision to retire and pivot to a second career - and his decision to unretire in 2017 to join Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints. But there's more than football to Mike Westhoff. His book is also a compelling story of resilience and perseverance, battling cancer, enduring multiple highly complex surgeries, and overcoming a series of devastating setbacks. His experiences and observations offer valuable insights for those who are also in the midst of figuring out this phase of life we call retirement. (And if you love football, as I do, stick around as we chat about some  interesting NFL topics.) Mike Westhoff joins us from Florida. _________________________ Bio Simply put, Mike Westhoff is the greatest special teams coach in National Football League history. Roger Goodell, NFL commissioner, said of him: “We called Mike Westhoff the mad scientist. He changed the game.” Sharp-witted, creative, and intensely focused, Westhoff spent thirty-two years working alongside and learning from some of the legends of the sport—including Don Shula, Dan Marino, Bear Bryant, and Woody Hayes—while revolutionizing the most misunderstood phase of the game. Over the course of 657 games, primarily with the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins, Westhoff was a relentless innovator—constantly figuring out new ways to help the individual skills of hundreds of players surface and develop. But his story isn't just about football. Mike Westhoff also has waged multiple battles with cancer. In his new book Figure It Out, he presents his one-of-a-kind experiences and unfiltered views in his trademark style—a refreshing blend of honest (sometimes brutally so), funny, and poignant. His deep insights into the workings of special teams—illustrated by 27 detailed original diagrams—and timely commentary on the current state of pro football reveal a critical side of the sport that very few truly understand. ___________________________ For More on Mike Westhoff Figure It Out  ___________________________ Podcast Episodes You May Like From the NBA Hardwood to the Altar – Steve Javie Believe In Yourself & Try Something New – Carol Cooke The Skill Set for Life's Transitions – Bruce Feiler Ready to ROAR? – Michael Clinton _____________________________ Wise Quotes On Resilience "One of the things I learned, and I learned this from Dr. Mankin: don't let the illness define who you are, fight through it. You're still the same person. You may not look perfect. You sure don't feel perfect. You know you're not, but you're still the same. Go out to dinner, just go. You don't look great, but just go. All of a sudden I couldn't walk the way I had to, and I had to wear a big leg brace, and I had to use a cane. And so, here I'm coaching in the National Football League with a cane. And I was a guy that when I first started, I could throw the receiver drills at the Combine, and now I'm walking around with a cane, like some old grouch. But what I realized is that, okay, I have a cane, but I can do this job better than anybody ever did it. And that was my goal. And that's the only goal I ever had." On His Decision to Unretire and Jump Back into the Fray "That part with the New Orleans Saints takes on a separate meaning for me. I did not want to go to the New Orleans Saints. I didn't know anybody. I got a call from a guy that I knew that asked about the New Orleans Saints wanting to talk about coming back to work. I said, no, I've got a TV show tomorrow. I'm done. So, and make a long story short, I agreed to talk with Sean Payton, who I had tremendous respect for, but I had never met him. I never said hello to him in my life. I knew who Drew Brees was,

JumboSet
EP #12 MR. WILBUR JACKSON

JumboSet

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 82:37


Today we were honored to do a podcast with a hero for many. Mr. Wilbur Jackson joined us to discuss his life and journey through the game of football. He was the first African American to be awarded a scholarship to play for the University of Alabama. He gives us the details of Coach Pat Dye and Bear Bryant recruiting him at Carroll High in Ozark. Mr. Wilbur tells many stories of Bear Bryant, he talks about the coaches character, how hard practices were, and how he also taught the game of life. We get the run down on him being drafted, and how he returned the favor to his parents by building them a house. No doubt the best interview we have ever had, so many stories!! Hope you guys enjoy.

Discover Lafayette
Ken Stickney – Lifelong Journalist With a Zest for Life

Discover Lafayette

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 65:48


The Acadiana Advocate's Ken Stickney joined Discover Lafayette to share his life story as a career journalist. He is a man with a compassionate heart who truly loves what he does for a living. Ken is a native New Englander who grew up in Peabody, Massachusetts, just north of Boston. He moved to the Deep South more than 40 years ago to complete his education – and stayed. It was on a whim that he joined his brother to visit New Orleans one holiday on a fun road trip, and he became enthralled with our region. He ended up studying philosophy at a Jesuit university, Spring Hill College, in Alabama. He's always found the South a fascinating place, particularly Louisiana. He has since spent 42 years in the newspaper business, almost all of it in the Deep South or in Gulf Coast states, and has held almost every newsroom position from reporter to editor. He has worked for Louisiana newspapers in Monroe, Lake Charles, and Lafayette since 1999. Once he moved to Louisiana, he took a course in Louisiana history so that he could understand our state and its rich legacy. Ken's focus has always been on how the news he's reporting affects the people involved and their neighborhoods, as well as who they were. Issues such as zoning can profoundly impact people's quality of life and the value of their homes, and his reporting has reflected those realities. He recalled when the legendary Alabama coach, Bear Bryant, died in 1982 and he was asked to cover the burial; a highlight of that sad event was seeing Joe Namath at the burial ceremony. During his career, he has chronicled events in communities from McComb, Mississippi to Tuscaloosa (twice), from Atlanta to Port Arthur, Texas. He has handled news beats from public safety to higher education, business to religion. In a staffing pinch, he spent two weeks handling the recipes for a mid-South daily newspaper's society pages. He has written about murders and rescues, birth announcements, and obituaries. He spoke of how over his years of reporting the South has evolved from being a unique region, with its own mannerisms, customs, and politics, into a homogenous area more akin to the rest of the country. In 2009, Ken Stickney was awarded the American Society of Newspaper Editors' top national award for editorial writing, and he has won or shared national, regional and state news writing awards, as well as editorial and column writing awards across the South. He has worked for Louisiana newspapers in Monroe, Lake Charles, and Lafayette since 1999 and is currently with the Acadiana Advocate. A longtime “non-traditional” student, Stickney holds an associate's in liberal arts from North Shore Community College in Massachusetts; a bachelor's in philosophy from Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama; a master's in communication from The University of Alabama, where he was a Graduate Council Fellow; and a master's in history from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He has been an adjunct college instructor in communications and history. Ken has written a thesis on World War II correspondent John Henry, the father of one of his close friends who was a sportswriter for the Hearst News service. Henry covered the Departments of the Army and Navy from five continents during WWII, a fete probably not matched by any other journalist. Among other places, Henry was stationed at Casablanca along with Walter Cronkite; his papers are now at the WWII Museum in New Orleans. Mr. Henry's life inspired Ken. With the funding awarded by a grant, Ken had the opportunity to tour Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1984 to interview Japanese civilians about the aftermath of the bombing, an experience of a lifetime. Ken also wrote a thesis on Unionist newspaper editor James G. Taliaferro of Catahoula Parish and has completed a draft of a biography on a Louisiana oilman, C. Paul Hilliard. He and former Lafayette newswoman Blue Rolfes are co-researching a book on the three sainthood causes being purs...

Be A Dreamcatcher Podcast
Episode 15: Be a Dreamcatcher with Dianne Sherrill

Be A Dreamcatcher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 29:28


Dianne Sherrill grew up in Alabama in a Christian home where her Daddy brought her up believing in Bear Bryant, Jesus Christ and Ernest Tubb! She has lived in Nashville for over 50 years and is well known as a Singer and "The Entertainer's Entertainer"! Dianne started her career in 1970 on the stage of Printers Alley, which lead her to Television and movie roles. She was introduced by Ernest Tubb on her very first performance of "The Grand Ole Opry". This lead to many more Opry appearances. Dianne also performed with George Jones and recorded with Waylon Jennings. She was honored as the winner of the 2019 R.O.P.E. Entertainer of The Year Award. She currently serves on the Board of The Music City Christian Fellowship. When you meet Dianne in person, you feel like you have known her for years! Dive one in to another great episode on the Be a Dreamcatcher Podcast today! Follow your host Jessie Lynn®: Facebook: @JessieLynn.OfficialPage Instagram: @JessieLynn_Official Twitter: @JessieLynnJL Follow the Be a Dreamcatcher Podcast: Facebook: @BeaDreamcatcherPodcast Instagram: @BeaDreamcatcherPodcast

FORE the Good of the Game
Bobby Nichols - Part 1 (The Early Years)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 36:39


Major championship winner Bobby Nichols tells us about learning the game, as a young man in Louisville, Kentucky, while caddying for $1.00 a loop. Hoping to be the next Johnny Unitas playing high school football, Bobby was in a horrific auto crash that put him the the hospital for 96 days. With the help of an inspirational letter from Ben Hogan, he not only survived but was awarded a college football scholarship by Bear Bryant to attend Texas A&M University. With no ability to continue in contact sports, Bobby played college golf there before turning professional in 1960. Bobby Nichols shares his early days, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
5-18-22 SEC Insider Hit

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 30:18


In the SEC insider hit Bo and Blake talk about sports documentaries. The guys discuss the HBO docuseries "Winning Time" and how Jerry West is portrayed. The guys talk about some of their other favorite sports documentaries and what Mississippi stories would make great documentaries. The guys come up with ideas like Hugh Freeze's time at Ole Miss, the rise and fall of the SWAC, and Bear Bryant, The guys discuss how Ole Miss baseball dominated Mississippi State in the 2000's. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SEC Football Unfiltered
Here are the former SEC football coaches we want to see back on the sideline

SEC Football Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 46:18


 The SEC has never lacked for colorful personalities among its football coaches, but some of the conference's top characters are no longer coaching. Who do we miss the most? On this edition of "SEC Football Unfiltered," hosts Blake Toppmeyer and John Adams offer their list of coaches they wish were still on an SEC sideline. The late Bear Bryant and quipster Steve Spurrier top their picks, but some other selections may surprise you -- such as Bill Curry, the former Kentucky and Alabama coach. Stay connected on Twitter with Blake (@btoppmeyer) and John (@JohnAdamsKNS) and stay up to date on SEC football news by subscribing to KnoxNews: knoxnews.com/subscribe.

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
5-18-22 Hour 1: College Football, Music, Sports Documentaries

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 50:22


Bo and Blake talk college football and sports documentaries in the first hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys begin talking about how many teams can make a run at the college football title. Bo and Blake discuss how Ole Miss and Mississippi State are now on the same level as a program like Notre Dame. The guys discuss music and Dave Matthews. The guys talk about other music they loved growing up. Bo and Blake talk about the HBO docuseries "Winning Time" and how Jerry West is portrayed. The guys talk about some of their other favorite sports documentaries and what Mississippi stories would make great documentaries. The guys come up with ideas like Hugh Freeze's time at Ole Miss, the rise and fall of the SWAC, and Bear Bryant, The guys discuss how Ole Miss baseball dominated Mississippi State in the 2000's. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Larry Dowdy Mic Side
In this episode, we chat with Hokies network analyst Mike Burnop as he moves into his 40th year.

Larry Dowdy Mic Side

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 28:09


In episode 48, Mike Burnop is about to move into his 40th year as network analyst with the Hokies. We'll talk about his football years, plus covering both football and basketball, as well as the year Bear Bryant came to Blacksburg and plenty more.

Number One Ranked Show with RJ Young
USFL Coaches Series: New Jersey Generals head coach Mike Riley

Number One Ranked Show with RJ Young

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 22:41


In the last episode of the Fox Sports 2022 USFL Coaches Series, RJ Young chats with New Jersey Generals head coach Mike Riley. Riley shares the story of discovering Tom Brady in high school, and wanting to draft him in the NFL. Then he shares updates on the Generals' progress, and why he wanted QB Luis Perez to lead his offense. Lastly, Mike Riley reflects on what it was like to play for legendary Alabama head coach Bear Bryant. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Instant Trivia
Episode 412 - Parts Of The Whole - Experiments - College Sports Films - Rock Music - 1970s Tv

Instant Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 7:21


Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 412, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: Parts Of The Whole 1: End zones,50-yard line,goalposts. a football field. 2: Cap,gills,stem. a mushroom. 3: Handrails,belt and flywheel,display console. a treadmill. 4: F holes,scroll,12-inch endpin. a cello. 5: F holes,scroll,12-inch endpin. a cello. Round 2. Category: Experiments 1: NASA's passive seismic experiment detected thousands of lunar seismic events, called these. moonquakes. 2: Galen's neighbors heard the squeals of stuck pigs when he proved that veins carry this, not air. blood. 3: In 1952 Hershey and Chase used a Waring model of this machine to study bacteria-eating viruses. blender. 4: Josef Stefan heated up physics by showing that radiation from a glowing wire was proportional to this. temperature. 5: 1887's Michelson-Morley experiment demolished the idea of this medium that supposedly conducted light. aether. Round 3. Category: College Sports Films 1: "Rudy" featured Jason Miller as this university's coach Ara Parseghian. Notre Dame. 2: Bear Bryant puts this speedy title character of a 1994 movie on the Crimson Tide. Forrest Gump. 3: Shot at University of Wisconsin-Madison, "Back to School" features Rodney Dangerfield competing in this aquatic sport. high-diving. 4: The premiere for this 2006 film featured a green carpet, to honor the Thundering Herd. We Are Marshall. 5: In "Glory Road", Jon Voight played this school's legendary coach Adolph Rupp. University of Kentucky. Round 4. Category: Rock Music 1: In 1994 Pearl Jam complained to the U.S. Justice Dept. that this company held a monopoly on concert sales. Ticketmaster. 2: In her first top 10 hit, this singer-guitarist gave them "Something to Talk About". Bonnie Raitt. 3: 5 years after the release of his first album, he had his first top 10 hit with "Just The Way You Are". Billy Joel. 4: "Are we not men? We are" this New Wave group that gave us "Whip It". Devo. 5: He recorded his 1982 hit album, "Nebraska", as a series of demos on a 4-track machine at home. Bruce Springsteen. Round 5. Category: 1970s Tv 1: The "M.E." in "Quincy, M.E." stood for this. medical examiner. 2: In 1973 Richard Thomas, M. Learned and Ellen Corby won Emmys for their performances in this CBS drama. The Waltons. 3: Esther Rolle played Florida Evans in "Maude" and then in this spin-off series. Good Times. 4: In the last episode of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" he was the only character at WJM who wasn't fired. Ted Baxter. 5: "Barney Miller"s 12th precinct police station was located in this part of New York City. Greenwich Village. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia!

Instant Trivia
Episode 412 - Parts Of The Whole - Experiments - College Sports Films - Rock Music - 1970s Tv

Instant Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 7:21


Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 412, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: Parts Of The Whole 1: End zones,50-yard line,goalposts. a football field. 2: Cap,gills,stem. a mushroom. 3: Handrails,belt and flywheel,display console. a treadmill. 4: F holes,scroll,12-inch endpin. a cello. 5: F holes,scroll,12-inch endpin. a cello. Round 2. Category: Experiments 1: NASA's passive seismic experiment detected thousands of lunar seismic events, called these. moonquakes. 2: Galen's neighbors heard the squeals of stuck pigs when he proved that veins carry this, not air. blood. 3: In 1952 Hershey and Chase used a Waring model of this machine to study bacteria-eating viruses. blender. 4: Josef Stefan heated up physics by showing that radiation from a glowing wire was proportional to this. temperature. 5: 1887's Michelson-Morley experiment demolished the idea of this medium that supposedly conducted light. aether. Round 3. Category: College Sports Films 1: "Rudy" featured Jason Miller as this university's coach Ara Parseghian. Notre Dame. 2: Bear Bryant puts this speedy title character of a 1994 movie on the Crimson Tide. Forrest Gump. 3: Shot at University of Wisconsin-Madison, "Back to School" features Rodney Dangerfield competing in this aquatic sport. high-diving. 4: The premiere for this 2006 film featured a green carpet, to honor the Thundering Herd. We Are Marshall. 5: In "Glory Road", Jon Voight played this school's legendary coach Adolph Rupp. University of Kentucky. Round 4. Category: Rock Music 1: In 1994 Pearl Jam complained to the U.S. Justice Dept. that this company held a monopoly on concert sales. Ticketmaster. 2: In her first top 10 hit, this singer-guitarist gave them "Something to Talk About". Bonnie Raitt. 3: 5 years after the release of his first album, he had his first top 10 hit with "Just The Way You Are". Billy Joel. 4: "Are we not men? We are" this New Wave group that gave us "Whip It". Devo. 5: He recorded his 1982 hit album, "Nebraska", as a series of demos on a 4-track machine at home. Bruce Springsteen. Round 5. Category: 1970s Tv 1: The "M.E." in "Quincy, M.E." stood for this. medical examiner. 2: In 1973 Richard Thomas, M. Learned and Ellen Corby won Emmys for their performances in this CBS drama. The Waltons. 3: Esther Rolle played Florida Evans in "Maude" and then in this spin-off series. Good Times. 4: In the last episode of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" he was the only character at WJM who wasn't fired. Ted Baxter. 5: "Barney Miller"s 12th precinct police station was located in this part of New York City. Greenwich Village. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia!

Speak of the Devils
Sitdown Series - Paul Tyson

Speak of the Devils

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 29:04


Life comes at ya fast. In December, ASU felt they were in good shape when Jayden Daniels announced he was coming back for a fourth season as the starting quarterback, and a third under offensive coordinator Zak Hill. Fast forward a bit, and the Sun Devils have a new OC and spring practices are now featuring a wide open quarterback battle to replace the departed Daniels. One of the contenders to take over the reins of the Sun Devil offense is newcomer Paul Tyson. The great grandson of college football icon Bear Bryant, Tyson was a heralded recruit who landed at Alabama. There, he played as a reserve and was part of a national championship team. However, after last season he entered the portal, considered Arizona State, and in January decided to become a Sun Devil On this episode, we discuss why he chose ASU, the lessons learned from Nick Saban, championship culture, his skillset & fit in the new scheme, the QB competition and much more.

Press Box Access
Ron Higgins: “Are you that new sportswritin' fella?”

Press Box Access

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 60:21


Ron Higgins sure can spin a yarn, and he shares some side-splitting ones from his more than four decades of covering sports in the Deep South. Hear how Bear Bryant responded to Ron asking him to roll his Tide team off the field. Hang out with Steve Spurrier, Dale Brown and other characters who added spice to the gig. Hear about the wizardry of “Pistol “Pete Maravich, about Luc Longley's strange request at the Olympics, and why Alvin Lee's sneakers snapped a slump. Oh, and learn what a basketball-loving surgeon once ask Ron on the operating table moments before a certain procedure. Good lawd.   Higgins has worked at newspapers in four southern states while covering the SEC and national sporting events for 41 years. He has covered more than 50 bowl games, three Olympics, multiple Final Fours, the Super Bowl, NBA Finals, and Daytona 500. He's the winner of 180 national, regional, and state writing awards – including being named writer of the year in both Tennessee and Louisiana multiple times by the National Sportswriters and Broadcasters. Ron is a member of the Tennessee Sportswriters Hall of Fame, and he served as president of the Football Writers Association of America in 2008.   Ron spent nearly 29 years at the Memphis Commercial Appeal (1984-2013) as lead college football writer and columnist focusing on the SEC. He's also worked at the Clarion-Ledger in Mississippi (2018), the NOLA Media Group in New Orleans (2013-18), the Mobile Press Register in Alabama (1997-98), and The Advocate (1983-84) in his hometown of Baton Rouge, La., where he currently resides again. Since 2019, he's been covering LSU sports as editor of Tiger Rag Magazine and columnist for TigerDetails.com. His father, Ace Higgins, was sports information director (1954-68) at LSU, where Ron earned his journalism degree after graduating in 1977 from Angelina College – where he played basketball – in Lufkin, Texas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Truth Tank
EP: 34: George Blanda: The Old Man Of The NFL

The Truth Tank

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 113:33


This is episode 34 of The Truth Tank. In this episode, We will be looking at the life and career of the oldest man to have ever played in the NFL, The Legendary George Blanda. The years George Bland played will be broken down and looked at along with some of the impressive stats he puts up throughout the seasons.   A career spanning over 4 seperate decades; 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s, playing for teams which include The Chicago Bears, The Houston Oilers and The Oakland Raiders. Retiring at the ripe old age of 48, with a total of 26 seasons and multiple records under his belt, that still to this day are unmatched. George Blanda is only one of few players to not only play in the NFL but as well as the breakaway league, The AFL. Coached by some of the best and most iconic coaches; Bear Bryant, Pop Ivy, The GOAT himself, John Madden and the owner and coach of the Raiders, Al Davis. https://thetruthtank.podbean.com https://www.facebook.com/ThetruthTank/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrhX1ZqvZx_xM59bk-tRa6Q

Sports Morning with Craig Humphreys
Craig and Pat on Bud Wilkinson and Bear Bryant 2-25

Sports Morning with Craig Humphreys

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 12:27


Craig and Coach discuss two of the greatest coaches in sports history sharing ideas with each other! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

American Timelines
Episode 177: American Timelines: Aug & Sep 1954

American Timelines

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 84:27


Episode 177: American Timelines 1954, Part 7:  August & September of 1954.  Artstar joins to cover the death of Maurice Tillet.  Joe talks about a murder mystery from 1660 that ties into The Butcher Of Cwmdu story.  Plus:  the first issue of Sports Illustrated, Hurricane Carol, Bear Bryant's Junction Boys, The Debut of the Tonight Show and MORE! Season 5, Episode 52, of American Timelines. Part of the Queen City Podcast Network: www.queencitypodcastnetwork.com. Credits Include: WalesOnline.co.uk, blackamericaweb.com, Popculture.us, Wikipedia, TVtango, IMDB & Youtube.  Information may not be accurate, as it is produced by jerks. Music by MATT TRUMAN EGO TRIP, the greatest American Band. Click Here to buy their albums!

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast
Bear Bryant And Nick Saban Leadership History...Lessons Regardless Of Title Or Occupation

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 46:28


Actions Speak Louder Than Words. At A Time In History When Leaders Lack Courage And Honesty And Authenticity, Simple Acts From 2 Of College Footballs Greats Can Guide Us To Do Better

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast
Hall Of Fame Strength Coach Rob Oviatt ( SEC /PAC12 Coach Of The Year) Takes Us Through The Life And Legacy And Lessons Of One Of College Football's Most Important Positions. Bear Bryant, Bill Curry, Mike Price, etc And The Lessons From Each

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 64:51


From The 1970's To 2022 Rob Oviatt Has Seen It All...From Alabama To LSU to UK to Washington State, Texas A&M, Houston Oregon State and The Soviet Union Coach Oviatt Details His Incredible Journey As Well As A Poignant And Personal Reflection Of The Incredible John Schlarman 

This Alabama Life
Tom Robert's Radio & TV days with the Crimson Tide

This Alabama Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 56:17


Tom Roberts started as sports editor of the Crimson White student newspaper at the University of Alabama while in school, but always dreamed of working with the radio broadcast of Alabama games. He later got into radio and was news director at Channel 13 TV in Birmingham before finally living his dream at Alabama. He worked with many of the legendary play-by-play teams in football and basketball, did play-by-play in basketball, hosted the Alabama football coach's show, and more, from Bear Bryant to Nick Saban.

This Alabama Life Video
Tom Robert's Radio & TV days with the Crimson Tide

This Alabama Life Video

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 56:17


Tom Roberts started as sports editor of the Crimson White student newspaper at the University of Alabama while in school, but always dreamed of working with the radio broadcast of Alabama games. He later got into radio and was news director at Channel 13 TV in Birmingham before finally living his dream at Alabama. He worked with many of the legendary play-by-play teams in football and basketball, did play-by-play in basketball, hosted the Alabama football coach's show, and more, from Bear Bryant to Nick Saban.

Speaking of Writers
Alan Sullivan- Voice of the Wildcats: Claude Sullivan and the Rise of Modern Sportscasting

Speaking of Writers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 17:16


As one of the first voices of the University of Kentucky men's basketball program, Claude Sullivan (1924–1967) became a nationally known sportscasting pioneer. His career followed Kentucky's rise to prominence as he announced the first four NCAA championship titles under Coach Adolph Rupp and covered scrimmages during the canceled 1952–1953 season following the NCAA sanctions scandal. Sullivan also revolutionized the coverage of the UK football program with the introduction of a coach's show with Bear Bryant―a national first that gained significant attention and later became a staple at other institutions. Sullivan's reputation in Kentucky eventually propelled him to Cincinnati, where he became the voice of the Reds, and even to the 1960 Summer Olympic Games in Rome. His success was tragically cut short when he passed away from throat cancer at forty-two. In Voice of the Wildcats: Claude Sullivan and the Rise of Modern Sportscasting, Claude's son Alan, along with Joe Cox, offers an engaging and heartfelt look at the sportscaster's life and the context in which he built his career. Featuring dozens of interviews and correspondence with sports legends, including Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones, Babe Parilli, Cliff Hagan, Ralph Hacker, Jim Host, Billy Reed, Adolph Rupp, and Cawood Ledford, this engaging biography showcases the life and work of a beloved broadcast talent and documents the rise of sports radio during the twentieth century. About the Author Alan Sullivan is the son of Claude Sullivan and began working in the family broadcasting business, Sullivan Enterprises, at age eleven, assisting with the production of Kentucky basketball and football games. He managed the restoration of the Claude Sullivan Collection at the UK Archives and is a UK Fellow and former member of the UK Library National Advisory Board. Joe Cox is an attorney and is the author or coauthor of ten books, including 100 Things Wildcats Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steve-richards/support

Holy Crap It's Sports
Holy Crap It's Sports 387 January 12 2022

Holy Crap It's Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 48:17


ESPN's Elle Duncan says screw all this crap about Dawgs fans being "gracious winners." Nakobe Dean drafted by the Atlanta Falcons? Poor bastard. Legacy recruit for UGA, David Pollack's tight booty holes, even Bear Bryant's great grandson is jumping the Bama ship, worst QBs in NFL history include Rick Mirer-Cade McNown-Andre Ware, NY Giants remember to fire Joe Judge, Boomer Esiason proves again what a giant dick he is, Jon Lester retires, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for Elle's historic rant, stay for the Legend of Elmer Flick-Demon with the Stick 

Big Dawg Sports Talk
BDST Hour 2 01-07-22

Big Dawg Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 40:47


Hour 2…Charlie Batch with his one million dollar offer to play at Eastern Michigan, how far we have come since 1994's “Blue Chips” and its effect on the portal. Later, Bear Bryant's exploits to land a player far before the new NIL rules and Ricks take on the current state of paying players. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Doug Collins Podcast
It is always about the words on paper

The Doug Collins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 59:14


Today on The Doug Collins Podcast, I am joined by the Chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee, Gary Palmer from Alabama. Gary has a unique story to tell from playing football for the legendary Bear Bryant at Alabama, to the halls of Congress.  We talk in depth about the need to not only have good Conservative policy but the need to be able to communicate it.  Listen in and find out how you can help share the conservative message. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Texas Sports Hall of Fame Podcast
Ep 31: Cotton Bowl Classic Stories

The Texas Sports Hall of Fame Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 22:50


Players share memories of playing in the Cotton Bowl in the 1960s and 1970s and the seasons leading up to the big game. Featuring Edd Hargett of Texas A&M, Jerry LeVias of SMU, and Alois Blackwell of Houston. Also included are humorous stories from sportswriter Mickey Herskowitz about coaches Bear Bryant and Gene Stallings in the 1968 Cotton Bowl Classic between Alabama and Texas A&M. Groundskeeper George Toma also shares about changing the field over from the Cotton Bowl Classic to the 1966 NFL Championship Game overnight. The Texas Sports Hall of Fame Podcast is presented by the Hampton Inn Waco. The show is hosted and produced by author and oral historian Jackson Michael (of The Game Before the Money). #CottonBowl #CottonBowlClassic 

The Triple Threat
Bear Bryant CFB Coach of the Year Finalists Announced; Sean Pendergast Joins Clint Stoerner & The Show

The Triple Threat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 9:39


The Paul "Bear" Bryant Coach of the Year Award finalists were announced today, & our own Sean Pendergast was in attendance. Sean joins Clint & Show to talk about the finalists, and the guys pick who they think will win the award. Clint & Show will be broadcasting LIVE from the Bear Bryant Awards Ceremony on January 12, 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Down in Alabama with Ike Morgan
December 15, 2021

Down in Alabama with Ike Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 4:31


Jobs are open for correctional officers; Condoleezza Rice visits Alabama to present economic-policy goals; Bear Bryant's hats sold at auction. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

pressboxradio1
The Truth About Sam Cunningham & Bear Bryant from Neal McCready in The Press Box

pressboxradio1

Play Episode Play 34 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 13:53


Fact or fiction?  1970.  USC visits Birmingham and beats Bear Bryant's Alabama Crimson Tide 42-21 behind Sam "Bam" Cunningham's big day.  For decades, the "story" has been told over and over, saying that after the game, Bryant brought the African-American USC running back into the Alabama locker room and told his team, "this is what a college football player looks like."  So did it really happen?  We get the truth, when long-time college football writer, our friend, Neal McCready, joins us inside The Press Box.

CFL America Radio
Saturdays in the South, A History of SEC Football, Part 4: The Best Years of Their Lives 1969-1979

CFL America Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 79:35


As a new decade dawns, quarterbacks Archie Manning, Bert Jones and Condredge Holloway build memorable legacies. Bear Bryant begins a new run of dominance at Alabama, and the rise of television sports transforms the SEC.

CFL America Radio
Saturdays in the South, A History of SEC Football, Part 3: The Third Rail 1960-1970

CFL America Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2021 80:17


In the 1960s, as Georgia Tech leaves the conference and the Civil Rights Movement becomes embedded in the history and image of the region, Bear Bryant, hired in 1958, becomes the face of Alabama - and SEC football.

Building Excellence with Bailey Miles
Coach Dave Rader - Believe In Yourself And Do The Work

Building Excellence with Bailey Miles

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 81:26


#2: Current State Senator and Former Tulsa Head Football Coach Dave Rader shares his lessons in leadership, as well as believing in yourself and doing the work. Dave was drafted in the NFL and turned to coach afterward. Through his coaching experience, he got to learn from the coaching lineages of Bear Bryant, Don Shula, Bobby Bowden, Joe Gibbs, Don Coryell, and Ray Perkins. At the time of his first head coaching job, he was the youngest NCAA Division 1 football coach at 31 years old. In this show, you will see how a small moment and a key word of encouragement catapulted Dave to dreaming big and accomplishing the goals he set out before himself. If you want to be a better leader, need to develop self-confidence, want to learn how to deal with failure better, or achieve your dreams then this show is for you!

Alabama Short Stories
Bear Bryant wants you to call your mama

Alabama Short Stories

Play Episode Play 19 sec Highlight Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 9:14


University of Alabama coach Paul "Bear" Bryant was featured in many commercials during his time as a coach. None stood out more than one he was in for South Central Bell, the regional phone company. Listen in this podcast about how the commercial came about and where the iconic line about his mama came from.Support the show

Down in Alabama with Ike Morgan

Counting the unionization vote at for the Bessemer Amazon facility. Passing a bill offering lifetime concealed-carry permits. Predicting the hurricane season. Bringing an elephant statue to Bryant-Denny Stadium. Bear Bryant's houndstooth hat up for auction.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The College Football Chaps
60 Years of Football Memories with Broadcasting Legend Verne Lundquist

The College Football Chaps

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 50:27


College Football Royalty has graced the Chaps as Verne Lundquist regaled our heroes with stories from his legendary broadcasting career. Hear about the Auburn kick six, memories of Nick Saban, Bear Bryant and Darrell K Royal amongst other names the litter the tapestry of CFB...

THE UNOFFICIAL LOUNGE
UL #16 UK Jerry Davis The Bradshaw Boys

THE UNOFFICIAL LOUNGE

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 50:49


University of Kentucky's #25 Jerry Davis takes us on a journey back to the time of the turbulent 1960's. Jerry gives us insight into the harsh physical environment brought on by the #UK football coach Charlie Bradshaw.  Charlie Bradshaw, a Bear Bryant disciple , subjected  teams to his brutal conditioning tactics. In Jerry's senior year at #UK he witnessed the historic and tragic moments of pioneers Nate Northington and Greg Page during the integration of the #SEC.  Jerry finished his career at #UK as a Graduate Assistant Coach working with future guest Wilbur Hackett. #UnderReview #Field2Life #unofficiallounge #unofficialpodcast  Find us at linktr.ee/unofficiallounge Follow the host: @805monty @thechefandtheref - Instagram @CravonneB - Twitter Learn More https://blackinblue.org

Unfinished Basement Sports

The guys read and discuss fan mail and play a little college football trivia with special guest Rachel. Listen to see who wins and enjoy! As always, we appreciate your continued support!

The Fish Tank: Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep
Bob Baumhower: Islands in the Stream

The Fish Tank: Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2020 58:13


 Miami Dolphins Tales From The DeepWhile not widely recruited out of Tuscaloosa High School, a chance film room discovery by Bear Bryant led to Bob Baumhower playing on the defensive line for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Baumhower helped lead the Tide to a 31-4 record during his college career while earning consecutive All-SEC honors in 1975 and 1976. The Miami Dolphins took Bob in the second round of the 1977 NFL Draft and he was thrust into the starting lineup, making an immediate impact at nose tackle as a rookie. Baumhower would play his entire nine-year career in Miami, playing in 130 games with 129 starts, earning five Pro Bowl nods and five All-Pro selections (2 first-team; 3 second team) as well as he anchored the Fins Killer B's defense of the 1980s. In 2008, he was inducted into the Miami Dolphins Honor Roll. In The Tank, Bob shared his unlikely path to the University of Alabama and how one conversation with the legendary Bear Bryant changed his life. He also recalled some rookie hazing from Dolphins great Manny Fernandez, enjoying the fun and sun of South Florida with the likes of Mark Duper, Nat Moore, and Hugh Green, partnering with Joe Namath in his first experience in the restaurant business that would lead to a life-long post-football career, and a trip to Lion Country Safari that resulted in an unexpected house pet.

The Mental Game with Sam Brief

For Episode 10 of The Mental Game podcast, 46-year professional baseball veteran Butch Hobson joins the show.  Hobson played seven seasons in Major League Baseball for the Boston Red Sox, California Angels and New York Yankees. In 1978, Hobson set a then-Red Sox record for home runs by a third baseman, with 30. He also managed the Red Sox from 1992-94 and has been a manager in Minor League Baseball and Independent ball since, including for the past three seasons with the Chicago Dogs in Rosemont, Illinois (where I have broadcasted for two years). Before reaching professional baseball, Hobson played for legendary coach Bear Bryant as a quarterback at the University of Alabama. In an extensive conversation, Hobson dives into the psychological side of baseball, lessons learned from Bear Bryant and the challenge — and joy — of managing his own son, K.C. Hobson. The Mental Game podcast is produced by Sam Brief and music is courtesy of David Brief and Channel J. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, TuneIn and Stitcher. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sam-brief/support

Just Start Real Estate with Mike Simmons
Highly Successful Coaching & Leading Teams to Greatness

Just Start Real Estate with Mike Simmons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2020 50:40


In this episode, Coach Mike Venos joins me to talk about several life lessons he has learned through over 35 years of coaching kids of all ages. Mike has been the Head Swim Coach at Brother Rice High School for 22 years, Mercy High School for 4 years, and Beachwood Recreation summer club for 17 years. In the time that he has served as the head coach for these teams, they have captured a combined nine Class A / Division I State Championships and 24 Catholic League Championships. He has coached 14 individual and 15 relay-team State Champions, over 50 All-Americans, and two United States Olympic Trial qualifiers. Mike has received many local, state, and national accolades during his very successful career, is a member of the Catholic League Hall of Fame and will be inducted into the Brother Rice Hall of Fame this spring. In addition to coaching, he teaches Theology at Brother Rice. Due to everything currently going on in the world concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, my goal with this show is to glean some wisdom for people in dealing with challenges. I started the interviewing by asking Mike why he thinks some people rise to challenges and some shrink from the same opportunities. Through interacting with his students and athletes he said you find out how much you can push them, the kids that are willing to go the extra mile, who is hungry to succeed, and who is born with innate ability take on difficulties. He said certainly these attributes can be innate to a person's personality, or sometimes can be drawn out of them. We discussed how sports are such a great forum for allowing people to make mistakes and learn from them. We also discussed the role of parenting in producing people who are more resilient human beings and how different parenting is today then it was when we were kids. We backed up a bit to explore Mike's background. He told me his dad was in sales and his mom was a Religious Education teacher, and how he got into swimming because his dad told him he wasn't going to sit on the couch waiting to play his primary sport, which was baseball. Even though joining the swim team was not his first choice, he learned to love the sport for several reasons. He said it is a sport that you absolutely get out of it what you put into it, and because it is individual in nature, there is no hiding behind a talented teammate. With his love for the sport, he began coaching, which very naturally led him into teaching. He talked about how his upbringing helped develop creativity, which helps him find different ways of interacting with and reaching his athletes and students. I then wanted to explore some of Mike's coaching philosophies. He had given me several famous quotes he lives by and we proceeded to walk through those. First, he said that it is very important to have a philosophy and not just a plan based on Bear Bryant's quote, “Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do, then winning takes care of itself.” That led to a lengthy discussion about having your values as the foundation for everything you do and then formulating a plan from that core. A person's ethics and morals don't change based on circumstances, but if you make a plan before examining what you believe in, that could lead to dishonorable or damaging decision-making. We discussed how important a person's character and integrity it is and how much easier it is dealing with people of virtue. Coach John Wooden famously said, “Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out.” We discussed the importance of not trying to control the uncontrollables. Mike said that sometimes finding out what you can and cannot control can be difficult, but it vital to keeping your stress level low, enjoying life and succeeding. We discussed how appropriate this message to our current world situation and the wide range of people's reactions to social distancing and quarantine mandates. Coach Venos then talked about trusting the process and his own personal motto of “It's not about winning but being the best” which is born out of Pat Summit's famous quote of, “Our emphasis is on execution, not winning.” Regardless of your business, it is important to stick with your philosophy and goals, be flexible when required, but trust in your abilities, in the work you have put in, and that things are going to work out. We need to take the perspective that life is a journey, keeping the big picture in front of you, even when faced with obstacles. We talked about the New England Patriots system and how they built a dynasty on trusting the process, even while not having the most talented players and having to adapt to different strengths. The quote of, “Get comfortable being uncomfortable” attributed to the Navy Seals led us into a conversation of the Seal officers we know and many of their admirable qualities, especially in times of challenge. The ability to rise to the current challenge and to look at obstacles as opportunities rather than some kind of punishment is essential at this time and as we approach an uncertain future. We pointed out how this time of forced isolation was actually a gift - a time to engage with our families, deepen relationships, and reevaluate our priorities. Coach Venos' convictions may be born out of a lifetime of teaching and coaching, but they are applicable to all industries, age-groups, and walks of life. Quotes: “I like to surround myself with and hire people who have athletics in their background. People who have been on a team, because they typically know what it means to work hard to get something and to sacrifice for the betterment of others.” Mike Simmons “You don't let the goal define who you are.” Mike Simmons “How people appear on paper is not as important as what they are made of.” Mike Simmons “You can make a good kid fast, but not necessarily a fast kid good.” Coach Venos “Most of my philosophies are not original… you have to look at successful people and emulate them.” Coach Venos “How many times do we ask for a reset button?” Coach Venos “If we keep dwelling on the negative aspects, we are going to miss these opportunities that are right in front of us.” Coach Venos “People are making decisions right now out of fear that are not in their best interest.” Mike Simmons “Good athletes don't rise to the occasion, they fall back to their level of training.” Coach Venos (a variation on Navy Seals quote) “Every boo on the road is a cheer.” Scotty Bowman “You have to reframe challenges as opportunities.” Coach Venos “It is a time to re-form family bonds and reinforce all the relationship in our lives.” Mike Simmons Links: Coach Mike Venos Jocko Willink 7 Figure Flipping Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months Coach Bear Bryant Coach John Wooden Coach Pat Summitt Coach Scotty Bowman Navy Seals

That SEC Football Podcast
LSU at Alabama: Which team needs this more? Impact of Joe Brady? Burrow vs. Tua, Mark Stoops to FSU? Tennessee at Kentucky preview, Chad Morris changes QBs again

That SEC Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2019 78:05


SEC Mike Bratton and his cousin Shane discuss Jalen Hurts getting asked the dumbest question of the season (1:30), Coach O on being recruited by Bear Bryant (3:00), Week 12 kickoffs (5:00), could Georgia get into the CFP with two losses with an SEC title? (8:00), previewing Alabama vs. LSU (9:30), Nick Saban on getting his players ready for big games, Tua update, Joe Burrow/LSU's offense and on both teams evolving into “spread teams” (15:30), which team does this game mean more? (21:00), Ed Orgeron on Michael Divinity leaving the team, on how far his team has come, on Joe Burrow, on lessons learned of Alabama week during his career, on Joe Brady's impact on first Alabama game on defending Alabama's WRs (31:30), Coach O downplaying the importance of this game a mistake? (38:00), Mark Stoops on FSU speculation (40:30), previewing Kentucky vs. Tennessee (50:00), Mark Stoops on Tennessee (51:00), Jeremy Pruitt on Tennessee's improvement and on the situation at QB (60:00), Chad Morris announces CJ O'Grady is gone and John Stephens Jones will start vs. WKU; KJ Jefferson will play (1:07:00) Show music comes from Crimson Calamity: https://www.crimsoncalamitymusic.com/ Advertising inquiries: thatsecpodcast@gmail.com Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/that-sec-football-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices