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Aaron Boone still hasn't gotten a contract extension from the Yankees which doesn't seem like a very good sign for his future with the team, Joe Judge's coaching style is put under the microscope, Jerry update a couple of losses for the Giants and Jets, Big Blue get bit by the injury bug, Kadarius Toney gets himself ejected, Robert Saleh knows his team needs to improve, the Bills make another statement with a big win in Kansas City, the Red Sox catch a break, Monday's highly anticipated 'Moment of the Day', Boomer will be a guest of Adam Schein's on CBS Sports Network's Monday Morning Quarterback, a passionate call from Artie in Brooklyn and a fella named Ryan has a swinger situation to deal with. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There have been some legit contenders so far in this early football season, but is there a team who can dethrone the kings of the AFC? If so, who could it be? The #GMen coming off their biggest win in sometime last travel to #JerryWorld. So can #DJ #Saquon and company keep up with boys? The #Packers travel to Cincy to take on a surprising 3-1 #Bengals, so are we seeing into the future with Rodgers taking on a younger version of #AaronRodgers in #JoeBurrow?
Co-host Adam is still on hols so Garry has assembled Matt, Maria, Mark and Harry from our writing team to talk about the most underrated episodes from the RTD era. Thank you all for listening to this week's episode and remember to follow the podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts so you don't miss an episode when they land every Friday. Stay cool and until next week - Allons-y!
Join us on Big Blue Avenue as we analyze the Giants first win of the season against the New Orleans Saints 27-21 in OT! Other topics include, the emergence of Daniel Jones, Kenny Golladay and Kadarius Toney torching the Saints secondary, and how the defense is transitioning without Blake Martinez. Dallas Cowboys Superfan from The Sports Box, Brian Attard, joins the show to give his insight on the Cowboys and previews Sunday's Week 5 matchup, as the Giants look to win two in a row on the road! Find out our Giants Player of the Week, game predictions, and more! It's Big Blue Avenue Thursdays @ 7pm on Facebook Live and YouTube @ReviewandPreviewSports!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
Scott, Giant Mike and Cardone finally get to enjoy a Giants victory, a thrilling come from behind OT win in the Big Easy. We'll break down the keys to the game and look forward to Dallas. And no episode would be complete without the airing of the Pet Peeves!
Brady's return to foxborough gave us everything we hoped for, but was it more about #MacJones and his play? A great day for #Yankees, #Jets, and #Giants fans as all of them win in thrilling fashion! Has #Daniel Jones established himself as the future for #BigBlue? #Yankees. #RedSox. #PostseasonBaseball.... What to expect from the Wild Card Game?
"Yes I WOULD like some socialized healthcare, please sign me up." In this episode of RADICALIZING REDNECKS, Tim Murphy and Shaan Ware discuss caffeine and sleep, Biden's booster shot, selling Big Blue via Facebook, buying $90 worth of toys from Five Below for the neighborhood kids, Joe Manchin's yacht, Revolutionary War sniper Timothy Murphy, failing upwards, the slow motion collapse of the Republic, irresponsible gun owners, the historic low cost of AKs, and more!
After another last second loss, the Giants find themselves at 0-3 to start the 2021 season with an extremely tough slate of games ahead of them. Negativity has been dominating the Big Blue landscape recently and I'm here trying to bring some positive analysis to the discussion with some bright spots from the team so far. For all 6 players I discuss their overall play, their fit in the schemes, and there overall impact on the team as the G-Men prepare for their toughest test yet against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Make sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram @BigApplePod and tune in for every episode, you won't want to miss it. Enjoy!
The Yanks are red hot, and look to maintain their grasp on the first AL Wild Card Spot. Can the offense carry them to the promise land? #Giants are 0-3, so which Big Blue team shows up on Sunday? The most anticipated matchup in recent memory #Brady vs the #Patriots what do we expect from this showdown? Broncos, Raiders, and Panthers are have tough tests this weekend, so are they pretender's, or are they contenders?
Former Giant Mathias Kiwanuka joins to discuss how Big Blue matches up with the Saints and how they're approaching the upcoming rough schedule. Plus, why he believes Belichick is more responsible for New England's success than Brady.
Join us for another episode of Big Blue Avenue as our crew recaps the Giants ugly Week 3 loss at home to the Atlanta Falcons. Other topics include, the significance of Blake Martinez's season-ending injury, a banged up receiving core, and a new segment called, "Turnover Tea!" New York Giants Superfan, Ben Flynn, aka NY Giants Guy, joins the show to share his thoughts on the state of the team and previews Sunday's Week 4 matchup, as the Giants look to rebound from their 0-3 start in the Superdome against the New Orleans Saints! It's Big Blue Avenue Thursdays @ 7pm exclusively on Facebook Live @ReviewandPreviewSports!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
Scott, Giant Mike and Cardone banter on in stunned disbelief that a scraggly-bearded Arthur Smith brings his Falcons into MetLife and leaves with a win. 0-3 to start yet another season and this one may just be the worst of all. Where do we go from here? You'd have to think upward, but that might be dead wrong.
#Giants lose another heartbreaker against the #AtlantaFalcons to start the season 0-3 as #JoeJudge and #JasonGarrett's seats get hotter. Can #DanielJones lead #BigBlue to their first win on the road against the #NewOrleansSaints in the first game back in #NewOrleans since #HurricaneIda? With none of the rookie quarterbacks pulling ahead from the rest in the first 3 weeks of the #NFL season, which one is most likely to take that step above the others. Plus, #BestBets and #FantasyFootball locks.
Co-host Adam is away on his travels at the moment so join Garry as he assembles Matt, Jordan and Maria from our writing team to chew the fat on the huge news that dropped recently: Russell T Davies is returning as showrunner on Doctor Who! Thank you all for listening to this week's episode and remember to follow the podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts so you don't miss an episode when they land every Friday. Stay cool and until next week - Allons-y!
Gio described the performances from both the Giants and the Jets on Sunday as 'football Ambien' and that just about sums it up, the guys got started talking about the two local football teams, who currently have a combined record of 0-6, John Mara got booed and kicked over a garbage can following Big Blue's loss to the Falcons, while Zach Wilson & Gang Green are on an historically bad pace, Jerry Recco's Monday Morning Update began with the Yankees after they swept away the Red Sox in Boston over the weekend, more from the NFL, an embrace at the Ryder Cup that has people talking, Gio was surprised to get a text from 'the' Eddie Scozzare over the weekend and the need to protect a young quarterback in the NFL has not changed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Another year of 0-2 for the New York Giants and after 2 weeks all of the preseason hype for Big Blue has seemingly disappeared. The dominant Giants defense from 2020 isn't meeting expectations in 2021 and I'm here today to break it all down with you. The positives, the negatives, and the outlook for the future will all be discussed as the Giants head back home to take on Atlanta in Week 3. Make sure to check out the offensive counterpart to this episode that dropped earlier this week. Make sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram @BigApplePod and tune in for every episode, you won't want to miss it. Enjoy!
Join us for another episode of Big Blue Avenue as our crew analyzes how the Giants fell short on Thursday Night Football to the Washington Football Team. Other topics include, the Nick Gates injury, the impressive play of Daniel Jones, and what happened to our 2020 defense? Atlanta Falcons Superfan, Noah Deibler, from The Sports Box, joins the show to preview Sunday's Week 3 matchup, where the Giants set to retire Eli Manning's #10 Jersey and induct him into the Giants Ring of Honor! It's Big Blue Avenue Thursdays @ 7pm exclusively on Facebook Live @ReviewandPreviewSports!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
John Schmeelk and Paul Dottino talk to Phil Simms about this Sunday's game, and take calls. Apple Spotify Google Stitcher iHeart Radio 1:36 - Coordinators and assistants pressers today 7:30 - Phil Simms joins the show 22:05 - Playing to Jones' strengths 26:18 - Phil talks about Eli's career 33:10 - Calls
In dieser Episode redet Marco mit Dominik von Big Blue Germany - der größte Giants Fanclub Europas - über das kommende Match-Up. Dominik kann uns Falcons Fans Einblicke in die Performance und Erwartungen der NYG gewähren. Was sind die Key-Matchups, was ist mit Kadarius Toney und auf was genau sollen wir nächsten Sonntag gucken. Nach dem Gespräch gibt Marco noch seine Gedanken zum kommenden Spiel ab und redet über die neuen Erkenntnisse nach dem Gespräch mit Dominik. -- Für alle brandheißen Updates über unser geliebtes Team, folgt Till auf Instagram @atlgermany! Für alle Themen rund um die NFL und weizenhaltige Unterhaltung folgt @footballundweizen und hört beim Podcast rein! - Beat by Yondo Beats "Morning Sun"
Another year of 0-2 for the New York Giants and after 2 weeks all of the preseason hype for Big Blue has seemingly disappeared. However, there are some bright spots from this developing Giants offense and I'm here today to break it all down with you. The positives, the negatives, and the outlook for the future will all be discussed as the Giants head back home to take on Atlanta in Week 3. Be on the lookout for the defensive counterpart to this episode at the end of this week. Make sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram @BigApplePod and tune in for every episode, you won't want to miss it. Enjoy!
Scott, Giant Mike and Cardone are confounded by the loss to Washington, both from the actual loss and the screw job by the referees. They also discuss the nuclear meltdown that a loss to Atlanta will bring and field yet another excellent question from The Mentalist, the beautiful mind that brought us the Mt. Crushmore question last season.
John Schmeelk and Jeff Feagles recap the Washington game and take calls. Apple Spotify Google Stitcher iHeart Radio 1:20 - Washington recap 13:13 - Costly penalties 21:33 - Calls 25:31 - Running game 43:07 Giants offense
On the eve of CM Chuck's 40th birthday Double A put for the proposition of an episode dedicated to CM's favorite superhero, the iconic, one and only SUPERMAN! From comic books, to TV, to movies and even music there is only one Big Blue, he transcended the comic book scene and forever changed what we thought of the superhero and the superhero genre. He's timeless and turned 83 this year and we have to say this Kryptonian has aged well! The main thing we love about the Man of Steel is what he represents and he wears it right there on his chest - hope. He's the leader of the Justice League and someone we can all aspire to be more like. Join us as we celebrate easily one of the most globally recognized superheroes! Hailing from Metropolis by way of Smallville - the Man of Tomorrow, you might know him as Clark Kent of the Daily Planet - but to us he's just our hero - SUPERMAN! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jafnpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jafnpodcast/support
It's another episode of Big Blue Avenue as our crew recaps the New York Giants underwhelming Week 1 loss to the Denver Broncos. Tom and Hank share their experience attending the game, along with several key takeaways! Washington Superfan, Bryan Cannon, from the 3 Man Weave Podcast, joins the show to preview the Week 2 Thursday Night Football matchup, and more! It's a special gameday edition of Big Blue Avenue!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
We open up with the Giants-Football Team preview. This might be the biggest game since Super Bowl 46 for Big Blue. It's a must win!! Then we talk Jets-Pats, as Zach Wilson makes his regular season debut at MetLife. What should we expect from this young Jets team vs old Bill's Pats. And we wrap up with our key games to watch and give our picks.
Have you ever had that moment when you realized that you weren't as sure of where you were than you thought? The landmarks are gone, the familiar faces missing, and your direction seems lost forever. What do you do in times like those? Better yet, what do your characters do?How do stories about getting help a character grow? In todays episode we explore why stories include "getting lost" elements, and how you can best use these tropes in your own stories.Twitter: @CreatorsPBPodFacebook: Creator's PlaybookEpisode Hashtag: #cppodcast074Website: http://www.creatorsplaybook.com/
Scott, Giant Mike and Cardone whine, lament and gripe about the disappointment of losing to Denver and the forebearing of yet another terrible season. With Washington up now, is there any way the Giants can rebound? At least we have Eli and Peyton's MNF commentary to lighten the day.
Week 1 Starts and finishes off with instant classics, but in between that there were some impressive, shocking, and disappointing performances! So who has major concerns? Is it more #GreenBay or #BillsNation? Most impressive win in Week 1? Lastly, Big Blue issues continuing?
The Athletic's Ben Standig is back for a bonus episode of the podcast with New York Daily News columnist Pat Leonard heading into Thursday's NFC East clash between the Washington football team and the New York Giants. Ben sets the stage with thoughts on Taylor Heinicke as QB1 and other WFT notes. Then Pat enters the fray for his views on Big Blue after their Week 1 loss including the bad -- and good -- with Daniel Jones, why the Giants fan base is extra salty now, and the formation that should bode well for Washington's chances.
My guest today is Geoff Daking who grew up playing in local bands before attending American University which he ultimately left to join the NY based Mercury artist Blues Magoos to play the drums in 1966 (I was born in 1967). Between ‘66 and '69, they recorded four albums, two of which were platinum, and a top-five single, “We Ain't Got Nothin' Yet”. The peak of their career was in 1967 when they toured four months with Herman's Hermits and The Who (the Hermits were the headliners). During that time he became fascinated with recording and engineered some of the Magoos last albums. In the summer of 1969, Geoff went back to Woodstock where he played in bands with Tim Harden, Dave Sanborn, Paul Butterfield and Buzzy Feiton. In 1970, Geoff became a staff engineer at Sound Ideas in NYC, then SoundMixers NYC, and later as an independent engineer. And In 1982. he opened his own studio, Nimbus Nine, which grew to four rooms, one API, one Neve, one Trident, and one ProTools. Since 1970, Geoff has designed and built more than 20 recording studios for music, film and commercial production. including the all analog “BIG Blue” in Katonah NY for the recording of Joan Osborne's premier album, “Relish” and Tuxedo Park for Cyndi Lauper's “Sisters of Avalon”. His most recent studio is the multi-million dollar music production facility in Saint Petersburg Florida, Big3 Entertainment. In 1993 Geoff started manufacturing his own line of audio equipment. The first product was a combination mic-pre/eq. This all-discrete Class “A” unit was based on the legendary Trident A Range circuits by Barry Porter. Next was the FET Compressor. In 2000, production began for full-size Class A recording consoles in frame sizes from 16 to 80 inputs. Thanks so much to William Wittman for making our introduction! Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://JZmic.com Use coupon ROCKSTARS to get 20% off The Pop Filter Spectra1964 is having a bundle sale! Save $$ hundreds on the STX600 and the BBDI combo at https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off https://carltatzdesign.com/Mixroom-Mentor http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5PXLDd26hGUK1OcW9Zb4ku?si=5c5a5ce0f99f4ffc If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/314
Join us as Big Blue Avenue returns to Facebook Live for its Season 2 Debut! Tom Scavetta and Hank Indictor are joined by Big Blue Avenue's newest Co-Host, Sam Cardona! Tune in for Offseason Takeaways, a full analysis of the New York Giants Week 1 matchup against the Denver Broncos and season predictions! Broncos Superfan, Ross Allen, from 4th and Long Radio, joins the show to share his overall thoughts on the game, and more! It's the return of Big Blue Avenue Thursdays @ 7pm exclusively on Facebook Live @ReviewandPreviewSports!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
It's GAME WEEK for the New York Football Giants and I'm back breaking down ways the Giants can ensure victory in their week 1 matchup against the Denver Broncos. Nearly every aspect of the game is touched on with a heavier focus on handling the pass rush of Miller and Chubb, overcoming the obstacle of offseason injuries, and not allowing Teddy Bridgewater to start the Big Blue season at 0-1. Make sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram @BigApplePod and tune in for every episode, you won't want to miss it. Enjoy!
IBM is the company with nine lives. They began out of the era of mechanical and electro-mechanical punch card computing. They helped bring the mainframe era to the commercial market. They played their part during World War II. They helped make the transistorized computer mainstream with the S360. They helped bring the PC into the home. We've covered a number of lost decades - and moving into the 90s, IBM was in one. One that was largely created by an influx of revenues with the personal computer business. That revenue gave IBM a shot in the arm. But one that was temporary. By the early 90s the computer business was under assault by the clone makers. They had been out-maneuvered by Microsoft and the writing was on the wall that Big Blue was in trouble. The CEO who presided during the fall of the hardware empire was John Akers. At the time, IBM had their fingers in every cookie jar. They were involved with instigating the Internet. They made mainframes. They made PCs. They made CPUs. They made printers. They provided services. How could they be in financial trouble? Because their core business, making computers, was becoming a commodity and quickly becoming obsolete. IBM loves to own an industry. But they didn't own PCs any more. They never owned PCs in the home after the PC Jr flopped. And mainframes were quickly going out of style. John Akers had been a lifer at IBM and by then there was generations of mature culture and its byproduct bureaucracy to contend with. Akers simply couldn't move the company fast enough. The answer was to get rid of John Akers and bring in a visionary. The visionaries in the computing field didn't want IBM. CEOs like John Sculley at Apple and Bill Gates at Microsoft turned them down. That's when someone at a big customer came up. Louis Gerstner. He had been the CEO of American Express and Nabisco. He had connections to IBM, with his brother having run the PC division for a time. And he was the first person brought in from the outside to run the now-nearly 100 year old company. And the first of a wave of CEOs paid big money. Commonplace today. Starting in 1993, he moved from an IBM incapable of making decisions because of competing visions to one where execution and simplification was key. He made few changes in the beginning. At the time, competitor CDC was being split up into smaller companies and lines of business were being spun down as they faced huge financial losses. John Akers had let each division run itself - Gerstner saw the need for services given all this off-the-shelf tech being deployed in the 90s. The industry was standardizing, making it ripe for re-usable code that could run on this standardized hardware but then sold with a lot of services to customize it for each customer. In other words, it was time for IBM to become an integrator. One that could deliver a full stack of solutions. This meant keeping the company as one powerhouse rather than breaking it up. You see, buy IBM kit, have IBM supply a service, and then IBM could use that as a wedge to sell more and more automation services into the companies. Each aspect on its own wasn't hugely profitable, but combined - much larger deal sizes. And given IBMs piece of the internet, it was time for e-commerce. Let that Gates kid have the operating system market and the clone makers have the personal computing market in their races to the bottom. He'd take the enterprise - where IBM was known and trusted and in many sectors loved. And he'd take what he called e-business, which we'd call eCommerce today. He brought in Irving Wladowsky-Berger and they spent six years pivoting one of the biggest companies in the world into this new strategy. The strategy also meant streamlining various operations. Each division previously had the autonomy to pick their own agency. He centralized with Ogilvy & Mather. One brand. One message. Unlike Akers he didn't have much loyalty to the old ways. Yes, OS/2 was made at IBM but by the time Windows 3.11 shipped, IBM was outmaneuvered and in so one of his first moves was to stop development of OS/2 in 1994. They didn't own the operating system market so they let it go. Cutting divisions meant there were a lot of people who didn't fit in with the new IBM any longer. IBM had always hired people for life. Not any more. Over the course of his tenure over 100,000 people were laid off. According to Gerstner they'd grown lazy because performance didn't really matter. And the high performers complained about the complacency. So those first two years came as a shock. But he managed to stop hemorrhaging cash and start the company back on a growth track. Let's put this perspective. His 9 years saw the companies market cap nearly quintuple. This in a company that was founded in 1911 so by then 72 years old. Microsoft, Dell, and so many others grew as well. But a rising tide lifts all boats. Gerstner brought ibm back. But withdrew from categories that would take over the internet. He was paid hundreds of millions of dollars for his work. There were innovative new products in his tenure. The Simon Personal Communicator in 1994. This was one of the earliest mobile devices. Batteries and cellular technology weren't where they needed to be just yet but it certainly represented a harbinger of things to come. IBM introduced the PC Jr all the way back in 1983 and killed it off within two years. But they'd been selling into retail the whole time. So he killed that off and by 2005 IBM pulled out of PCs entirely, selling the division off to Lenovo. A point I don't think I've ever seen made is that Akers inherited a company embroiled in an anti-trust case. The Justice Department filed the case in 1975 and it ran until 1982 eating up thousands of hours of testimony across nearly a thousand witnesses. Akers took over in 1985 and by then IBM was putting clauses in every contract that allowed companies like Microsoft, Sierra Online, and everyone else involved with PCs to sell their software, services, and hardware to other vendors. This opened the door for the clone makers to take the market away after IBM had effectively built the ecosystem and standardized the hardware and form factors that would be used for decades. Unlike Akers, Gerstner inherited an IBM in turmoil - and yet with some of the brightest minds in the world. They had their fingers in everything from the emerging public internet to mobile devices to mainframes to personal computers. He gave management bonuses when they did well and wasn't afraid to cut divisions, which in his book he says that only an outsider could do. This formalized into three “personal business commitments” that contributed to IBM strategies. He represented a shift not only at IBM but across the industry. The computer business didn't require PhD CEOs as the previous generations had. Companies could manage the market and change cultures. Companies could focus on doing less and sell assets (like lines of business) off to raise cash to focus. Companies didn't have to break up, as CDC had done - but instead could re-orient around a full stack of solutions for a unified enterprise. An enterprise that has been good to IBM and others who understand what they need ever since. The IBM turnaround out of yet another lost decade showed us options for large megalith organizations that maybe previously thought different divisions had to run with more independence. Some should - not all. Most importantly though, the turnaround showed us that a culture can change. It's one of the hardest things to do. Part of that was getting rid of the dress code and anti-alcohol policy. Part of that was performance-based comp. Part of that was to show leaders that consensus was slow and decisions needed to be made. Leaders couldn't be perfect but a fast decision was better than one that held up business. As with the turnaround after Apple's lost decade, the turnaround was largely attributable to one powerful personality. Gerstner often shied away from the media. Yet he wrote a book about his experiences called Who Says Elephants Can't Dance. Following his time at IBM he became the chairman of the private equity firm The Carlyle Group, where he helped grow them into a powerhouse in leveraged buyouts, bringing in Hertz, Kinder Morgan, Freescale Semiconductor, Nielson Corporation, and so many others. One of the only personal tidbits you get about him in his book is that he really hates to lose. We're all lucky he turned the company around as since he got there IBM has filed more patents than any other company for 28 consecutive years. These help push the collective conscious forward from 2,300 AI patents to 3,000 cloud patents to 1,400 security patents to laser eye surgery to quantum computing and beyond. 150,000 patents in the storied history of the company. That's a lot of work to bring computing into companies and increase productivity at scale. Not at the hardware level, with the constant downward pricing pressures - but at the software + services layer. The enduring legacy of the changes Gerstner made at IBM.
Scott and Cardone welcome Giant Mike back from his hiatus last week, banter about the pitiful NFL preseason, look ahead to the New England practice and game schedule and then go off the rails on pet peeves and assorted other subjects. It is preseason afterall - you want in-depth football talk? Bah!
Episode 111 of the Rope Dropping Knowledge podcast is out! In this episode we rant about Disney's new Genie Plus service and how the business model of Disney Parks is changing. Tracey makes Dole Whip and Dole Whip Floats at home and Brian gives his take on the Chapek/Simu Liu controversy. Our August giveaway for the Loungefly Minnie bucket purse and RDK Vacation Planner is still live so listen to win! You can find us on all major podcast platforms including Apple, iHeart Radio, Spotify and Amazon Music. You can also stream or download every RDK episode while shopping for merch at our official website: www.RopeDroppingKnowledge.com
It's the Season 5 Premiere! The Bluethers talk training camp transactions, losing to the Jets in the first preseason game, and a throwback to Super Bowls past. They also break down how Big Blue's depth chart is looking at this point in camp, and what might go down between now and the start of real football games.
Welcome to your Saturday (or day before the game) preview podcast. Jake will welcome you in each time with a guest from the opposing team who knows the opponent better than anyone else to get you everything you need to know about the Browns upcoming game. Today we get Giants analyst Dan Schneier who enlightens us on key aspects of the Giants preseason Week 1, who to watch for the team in Week 2, and then lastly the overall outlook for the Giants come the 2021 regular season. MAKE SURE TO JOIN US ON THE OBR TWITCH FOR THE PRE AND POST GAME SHOW STARTING AT 12p EASTERN TOMORROW AND IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING TOMORROW'S GAME. OBR TWITCH LINK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Giant Mike is a no-show in Episode 2 - much like the Giants starters in Preseason game #1. Cardone and Scott recap the Jets doldrums, look forward to Cleveland and discuss the rest of the preseason, pet peeves and assorted tidbits. In the interim, of anyone has a bead on Giant Mike, pass it along!!
BRAND NEW MUSIC ALERT!!Ep 23.5 BIG BLUE SKA- Get your summer ska/reggae fix here!Probably my favorite style of music! This show covers various influences from ska, reggae, funk and blues! Its summer time and this is a great show to go along with Ep 22.5 SUMMERSCAPES! Let's continue the party here! The never ending party that is the Halshack!!SEE WATER is back after a 2 year hiatus! Check them out at the TREE LOVE OPEN in Johns Island SC. Its a DISC GOLF open tourney and a festival. You can just attend the festival if you want. Go to the festival event page on Facebook or the web or SEE WATER's social pages to buy tickets.Hope you enjoy this cool summer treat for chillin' by the pool or wherever you are taking your backyard vacation!....lol Wherever you go or whatever you do, do it with style! Do it with the HALSHACK!!Thanks for all your support and help in supporting these bands to succeed. Find everything HALSHACK at my websitewww.halshack.comFind my show all over the web and all over the world. Cracked 350 markets in over 102 countries!People are wanting more from their musical experience. You will ALWAYS get more here on my show!Find us on ITUNES and IHEART, AMAZON MUSIC, plus PODOMATIC, and many more!!PS..... I have received Uncle Marcus review for MARQUIS of VAUDEVILLE! Its most fantastic!! Be out soon on the CREWS VIEWS page! Also a Publicist hit me up with a roster full of brilliant professional unsigned talent! There will be a special BONUS show coming soon that will feature ONLY their artists! I'm most impressed with their roster! Hope you will be too! This could change the game for the HALSHACK!
In this episode, A.D. sits down with Bluefield State College Head Football Coach, Tony Coaxum, to discuss the 1st season for the Big Blue since 1981. Find out more about Bluefield State College football via this link: https://go-bstate.com/sports/fball/index --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackcollegesportsnetwork/support
We talk about what we should expect from DJ and whether he can lift us to the playoffs. Let's go BIG BLUE! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
WE’RE BACK BABY! Seriously. We are sorry. We didn’t mean to be gone so long. Stephanie ended up sick and then her fam got sick (not covid, whew!) and Liz went camping and then to the beach and just… life went weird. But during that time, the internet exploded with news of blue aliens. ThatRead More