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Next, to continue the final hour of this Wednesday edition of The Morning Shift, Tiffany, Mike, and Beau spend some time with CBS Play-by-Play Sports broadcaster for college football and basketball, Brad Nessler, Tiffany, Mike, Beau, and Brad discuss how the new relationship with CBS and the Big 10 is going, if he thinks Penn State is a National Title contender this season, his partner Gary Danielson, how great he is, and how blessed he's been to have great partners, what he's watching for in the Georgia vs. Auburn game on Saturday, if Georgia fans should have any fear about Georgia playing Auburn on the road since Carson beck hasn't really played in a crazy road environment before, if he's noticed any change in Kirby or his mood this season, not knowing who's really good in the SEC this year and this being a down year in the SEC overall, and the CBS Sports bus that has he and Tiffany on it.
Penn State went out and blew out Iowa. Will Iowa be able to rebound against Michigan State? Download the latest episode of the 5 Star Zone today. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Ohio State Buckeyes scored with one second left and beat the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 17-14 in an incredible Saturday Night Showdown of college football. This game will have huge playoff ramifications moving forward. Buckeyes coach Ryan Day should feel great about quarterback Kyle McCord as his starter. After a nervous start he settled down and made some big throws, but did not throw a touchdown pass. Buckeyes running back TreVeyon Henderson ran for 104 yards and a touchdown and Chip Trayanum stretched across the goal line with :01 remaining for the game winner. Elsewhere, the White Out was a Blow Out at Penn State as the Nittany Lions shut out the Iowa Hawkeyes 31-0. That should give restless Hawkeyes fans some ammo when discussing their frustrations with Hawkeyes offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz this week. Meanwhile, Penn State quarterback Drew Allar threw a career high 4 touchdown passes in the rain Saturday night. We take a look at the rest of the Big 10, including Michigan Wolverines football coach Jim Harbaugh and his return to the sidelines following his 3 game suspension. And we take our first look ahead at week 5 around the conference with Locked on Big 10 LIVE with Craig Shemon. Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Website: https://talkbig10.com Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
The Iowa Hawkeyes head into a Beaver Stadium White out Saturday to face the Penn State Nittany Lions in Happy Valley. Kirk Ferentz and his Hawkeyes are a tough bunch but playing in front of a White Out crowd at Penn State is one of the toughest tasks in college football. Iowa Hawkeyes quarterback Cade McNamara has under-delivered so far and, yet, the Iowa Hawkeyes are 3-0! They will rely on their hard-charging running back Leshone Williams and their ball-hawk defensive back Cooper Dejean. Meanwhile, Penn State quarterback Drew Allar looked human in the Nittany Lions road win at Illinois. We are curious to see how the Hawkeyes defend Penn State running backs Kaytron Allen and Nick Singleton. They are among the best running duos in the country. While the Iowa Hawkeyes have a stingy defense, the Penn State Nittany Lions defense might be better. It is loaded with future NFL talent with guys like Chop Robinson and Kaleb King. Maybe we are takling ourselves into a lower scoring game here! Saturday is going to be a great night of Big 10 football. While the White Out takes place, The Ohio State Buckeyes will be battling the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in South Bend. Be on the lookout for our LIVE Locked on Big 10 Podcast as soon as the big games are over around 11PM ET! Plus we preview all of the Big 10 games here on Locked On. And Finally, we give our PigSkin Picks as we do every Friday. We offer money line picks and offer advice on point spreads and game totals provided by Fan Duel. Feel free to subscribe, like and share Locked on Big 10 with Craig Shemon. Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Website: https://talkbig10.com Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
On this epidode the Chaps look bck to week 3 to cover some of the key stories coming out of CFB. Mizzou's calamitous clock management, Michel Penix Jr 4 Heisman! Can Deion tame the Ducks? Why Tennessee are mediocre this season, as well as a look forward to the games of the week - Florida State v Clemson, Ole Miss v Alabama and Ohio State travelling in to South Bend. Who wins? Listen to find out.
The Big 10 can really put themselves on the map with some huge wins over ranked teams. Rico Beard previews those huge games on this episode of the 5 Star Zone. Download and subscribe today. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Ohio State Buckeyes football team travels to South Bend, Indiana to play the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in a September showdown with huge college football playoff implications. Ryan Day's Buckeyes have tinkered with an slowly developing offense which they think they have figured out in time for this matchup with the Irish. Notre Dame quarterback Sam Hartman is a sixth year senior transfer from Wake Forest and he is one of the best in the country. Defensively, the Irish are very experienced up front and their three linebackers have 62 career starts. Make no mistake, the Fighting Irish front seven will have to get to Buckeyes quarterback Kyle McCord before he finds targets Marvin Harrison Jr. and Emeka Egbuka or it could be a long night for Notre Dame fans. The Buckeyes have 5 stars of their own on the defensive front and they will need to be in Sam Hartman's face as well. Interestingly, the two best Buckeyes edge rushers, JT Tuimoloau and Jack Sawyer have no sacks this year. That must change this Saturday. Let's also not forget, at the same time as Ohio State plays Notre Dame, The Penn State Nittany Lions host their annual White-Out game vs the Iowa Hawkeyes. And, for Big 10 fans, it's never too early to drop some basketball news. The conference basketball schedule has been released. Finally, we take a look at the Big Ten Network's Big 10 Classics and live football action slated for this weekend. It's all on Locked on Big 10 with Craig Shemon. Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Website: https://talkbig10.com Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Michigan Wolverines football coach Jim Harbaugh is back with the team following his self-imposed three-game suspension for alleged recruiting violations. As expected, he returns to a 3-0 team with the Rutgers Scarlet Knights in his cross-hairs for Michigan's Big 10 opener. Jim Harbaugh is the quarterback whisperer and JJ McCarthy could use him now following his 3 interception performance last weekend. During the Jim Harbaugh sabbatical, wide receiver Roman Wilson elevated his game. He has six touchdown catches in three games. Expect more of that between Wilson and McCarthy moving forward. Meanwhile, as the University of Michigan arch rival Ohio State University prepares for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Saturday, the Buckeyes defense has played at a historic level. We will explore that further. Plus we have the latest news and notes around the Big 10. Finally, we put out our weekly Big 10 Power Rankings on Locked on Big 10 with Craig Shemon. Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Website: https://talkbig10.com Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
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Henry subs in for the international man of mystery. He and A-Dub tiptoe around the situation with Mel Tucker before talking about the struggles of Michigan, the Detroit Lions and the AFC north. As the foremost almost kinda sorta experts on the actor/writer strike they give you more updates on that situation as well
Badgers win, but it wasn't pretty. In today's episode of the podcast, Alex and KJ recap the Georgia Souther game, unpacking the good, the bad, and the ugly. Is Mordecai going to finish the year as QB? Something is off on the eye test. Discussing Braelon Allen, the coaching staff, upcoming Big Ten matchup against Purdue, and more - Welcome back to the IKE Badgers Podcast! Subscribing, leaving a five-star review on the Apple Podcasts, and telling a friend is the #1 way to help the show. Follow IKE Badgers on Twitter for Live-Tweeting of Badgers Football @IKE_Badgers Fan of the music? Stream "IKE Music" on Spotify Learn more about the #1 podcast network in the state of Wisconsin by visiting ikepodcastnetwork.com @welcometoike
Former UCLA linebacker Josh Woods and Orange County Register reporter James H. Williams are joined by UCLA athletic director Martin Jarmond to talk about a number of topics including the importance of UCLA hosting an HBCU and what opportunities an event such as that presents. Jarmond also provides an update on the transition to the Big Ten Conference, talks about UCLA alumni visiting the football program and Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith's retirement. Sign up for the free UCLA athletics newsletter New merch available: We have two shirts in the Bleav Network shop and part of the proceeds help support the podcast. Shirt No. 1: The I Bleav in UCLA Football Shirt No. 2: Bleav in UCLA football Interact with us: Josh and James want your feedback and reactions to what you heard on the podcast. Feel free to share your thoughts with them: Josh Woods – Twitter | Instagram James H. Williams –Twitter | Instagram Follow the show's Twitter account – @BleavUCLA
College football veteran reporters Mike Barber and David Teel review college football results after the commonwealth's ACC teams headed into Big 10 country. Virginia Tech's slow start destined them to a 35-16 loss to undefeated Rutgers and UVA found their quick start erased by an unbeaten Maryland in a 14-42 loss.Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Half of the Big 10 quarterbacks played their worst games of the season this weekend. Michigan quarterback JJ McCarthy threw 3 interceptions in the Wolverines win over Bowling Green. Nittany Lions quarterback Drew Allar played a mediocre game for Penn State. Good thing Illinois quarterback Luke Altmyer was worse when he threw 4 interceptions. Iowa Hawkeyes quarterback Cade McNamara threw two picks and barely tallied 100 yards in Iowa's win over Western Michigan. Michigan State Spartans quarterback Noah Kim only completed 12 passes in their 41-7 loss to Michael Penix Jr. and the Washington Huskies. The Minnesota Golden Gophers wasted a nice running game and some fairly good defense against the North Carolina Tar Heels because quarterback Athan Kaliakmanis cannot create downfield. Week 3 did see some worthy quarterback play, though. Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Kyle McCord threw three touchdown passes vs Western Kentucky. The Buckeyes get ready for a big game against Notre Dame next! Tanner Mordecai crafted some nifty runs to lead the Wisconsin Badgers over Georgia Southern. Maryland Terps quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa threw for 342 yards and a touchdown in their win over Virginia on Friday. Plus, keep an eye on the Nebraska Huskers quarterback situation. Turnover prone Jeff Sims sat out Saturday's win vs Northern Illinois. Meanwhile Heinrich Haarberg played well in his place. Finally, we cap things off with our Top 10 Big 10 observations this past weekend with Craig Shemon on Locked on Big 10. Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Website: https://talkbig10.com Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
The Minnesota Golden Gophers defense is about to stymie North Carolina quarterback Drake Maye and his Heisman hopes. Why? First of all, statistically he has fallen way behind other contenders already. Secondly, PJ Fleck's Minnesota Gophers defense, led by Tyler Nubin and Justin Walley, is really good. Circle this game for an upset special. We also preview the entire Week 3 Big 10 schedule. Both Big 10 coaches from the state of Michigan ( Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh and Michigan State Spartans coach Mel Tucker ) are suspended, of course. The Ohio State Buckeyes and the Indiana Hoosiers have settled on starting quarterbacks moving forward. And there will be an Orange-Out crowd cheering on the Illinois Fighting Illini as they host the Penn State Nittany Lions. All of that and more plus our weekly PigSkin Picks on Locked on Big 10 with Craig Shemon. Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Website: https://talkbig10.com Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Purdue Boilermaker great and current college basketball analyst Rapheal Davis joins the show to preview Purdue and the rest of the Big Ten. We discuss if this is the year the Big 10 can gets a team back to the final four, if Purdue is on their 2018-19 Virginia story-arc, if anyone can compete with Zach Edey for Big Ten player of the year, how dangerous Michigan State is looking and more! Make sure to download the podcast for more Big Ten Hoops coverage!Check out Sports Chat With Matt on YouTube:youtube.com/@SportsChatWithMatt#PurdueBoilermakers #CollegeBasketball #BigTen 00:00 Will the Big 10 Be Better or Worse than Last Year?03:18 Is this the year the Big 10 Can Someone to the Final Four?05:38 Michigan State Preview09:08 Will a Big 10 Team Make the Final Four? 10:48 Purdue is on their 2019 Virginia Story-Arc… 11:37 Which Team Was Matt Painter's Best?16:00 Is the Big 10 Too Physical? 18:58 Can Anyone Outside of Zach Edey Win Big 10 POTY? 19:56 Can Northwestern Do it Again? 23:26 Who Is Rapheal's Sleeper Team in the Big 10? 25:00 Rapid Fire Round
The guys are back, previewing a busy Week 3 in the ACC with another large slate of (mostly) out-of-conference games, including: - #3 Florida State heads to Chestnut Hill to take on Boston College in the 2023 rendition of the Eagles' Red Bandana Game. Can the Seminoles avoid the upset in an emotional, motivated spot for Jeff Hafley and his team? - Pittsburgh heads to Morgantown to resume the Backyard Brawl series against West Virginia. The Panthers won this year, but are a small underdog this year -- can they pull an upset against the Mountaineers? - Previews for SEVEN additional P5 matchups including Virginia-Maryland, Louisville-Indiana, North Carolina-Minnesota, Duke-Northwestern, Virginia Tech-Rutgers, Georgia Tech-Ole Miss, and Syracuse-Purdue! All of this, plus weekly locks, and MUCH MORE! Intro/Outro track: "I Am Back on Zoloft" - leave nelson b Use promo code "GOACC" for 10% off your first order of premium, great-looking, officially-logo'd Georgia Tech gear at Section103.com! Use promo code "GOACC" for 15% off your first order of high-quality, comfortable, incredibly cool vintage team wear at HomefieldApparel.com! Rate and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Amazon Music! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and find our video podcasts on YouTube
Michigan and Penn State play on November 11 and it's starting to feel this game will decide the Big 10 East. Download the latest episode of the 5 Star Zone today. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
My guest today says Saturday Night is another opportunity to fine tune the running game and sharpen our tools for the rugged B10 season that starts next week. With us today is Chris Balas from The Wolverine Magazine and The Wolverine ON3
Is there cause for concern with a Big 10 title contender? Will Michigan's run game come together and the current situation with Mel Tucker and Michigan State. All this and so much more on the latest episode of the 5 Star Zone. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Heath Cline in for Chuck today as he starts off with the diminished authority of the NCAA before talking LSU with Hunt Palmer from ESPN 104.5 in Baton Rouge. We then get a national perspective on college football so far with Kelley Ford from TheLines.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Heath opens hour 2 with a history of scandals in the Big 10 before talking Georgia Tech with Kelly Quinlan from Jackets Online. We then talk the Mel Tucker situation at Michigan State with Adam Rittneberg from ESPN.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome everyone to another episode featuring the "Man of the Hour" and arguably the most comedic Head Coach in the history of rowing, Mr. Chris Clark, Director of Rowing at the University of Wisconsin. The former Head Coach of the Badgers Men's Rowing Team, Clark cemented himself as a legend in the rowing world. His overall demeanor, way of communicating and being to the point, is unlike any other. This man has absolutely no fear. A man of dignity, Coach Clark emphasizes the importance of team culture, the brute force of power needed to propel a rowing shell, and laying down the basics to affirm success on the water, as he once learned as a walk-on for the Pirates at Orange Coast College. OCC, most commonly known as Coast, a two-year junior college in sunny Costa Mesa, California, the men of OCC train down in Newport Beach, where Clark first took his rows as a young man, advancing himself to row for a year at Stanford Men's Rowing, then transferring across the way to the University of California, Berkeley where he completed his collegiate rowing career. Eventually rowing for the United States National Team, Clark knew that somehow along the lines he was meant to coach rowing, leading him to coach at the US Naval Academy, and then entering the doors of Porter Boathouse, calling it home since then. This podcast is one for the books, not only was it filmed in Coach Clark's legendary "mobile office" away from the wife and kids, and the boathouse entirely... it was on the side of the road, as he believed has better internet connection. We discuss the state of the recent World Championships in Belgrade, influence of Steve Gladstone, coaching Beau Hoopman, coxswains on the team, the walk-on culture at Wisco, becoming the new Director of Wisconsin Rowing from being the former Head Coach of the Men's Rowing team for many years, answering the posted "Q&A's", how to establish a team that is fully invested with one sole purpose, along with more topics. Stay tuned, sit back, and listen to intelligence. Go Badgers, and On Wisconsin!Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyXeno Müller - Elite Rowing Coach Make your rowing dreams real! Use Code “FORSTARS” for $200 OFF on your desired training package!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
What is the Wisconsin Badgers football team identity? Coach Luke Fickell said he's installing an Air-Raid offensive attack. But that's not what they are. And we are not sure Wisconsin quarterback Tanner Mordecai is a true air-it-out weapon. What do you think? After a winnable game vs Georgia Southern, the Badgers first real test comes the following week in West Lafayette to take on the Purdue Boilermakers. Elsewhere, Michigan State quarterback Noah Kim is the Big 10 offensive player of the week and Iowa Hawkeyes defensive back Sebastian Castro is the conference's defensive player of the week. We also have our Locked On Top 25 and our weekly Big 10 Power Rankings on Locked on Big 10 with Craig Shemon. Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Website: https://talkbig10.com Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Two games into the 2023 season and the Beavers are 2 and 0! And this week the boys talk about San Diego State, the OSU/WSU lawsuit against the Pac12, and a Jack Ass Award for a Big10 football coach! Go Beavs!
Former Michigan QB Scott Loeffler brings his BG Falcons into The Big House on Saturday night looking to compete. My guest today says he thinks this team is capable of winning six games and being bowl eligible. He doesn't see one of those six wins coming in Ann Arbor though. With us to preview Saturday's matchup is the radio play by play voice of Bowling Green Football, Todd Walker.
Michigan State Spartans football coach Mel Tucker is suspended without pay for allegedly sexually harassing a victims advocate, Brenda Tracy. The suspension came after USA Today uncovered an investigation into the matter. The University knew about this story for months. This is the same school that was the backdrop to the Larry Nassar crimes which resulted in Nassar spending the rest of his life behind bars. We will have more discussion and reaction to this on-going story. Plus, after a great weekend of Big 10 football, we wonder about the Wisconsin Badgers and their true identity after losing at Washington State. Finally, we lighten the mood with our weekly Tuesday Tweets segment. It's all on Locked on Big 10 with Craig Shemon. Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Website: https://talkbig10.com Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
The Washington Huskies took care of G5 opponent Tulsa out scoring the Golden Hurricane 43-10. While the win was comfortable there were points left on the field. Kaila Olin, UW Leah, and Trevor Mueller review each side of the ball and the changes that need to be made as they prepare to go to Big10 country. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/husky-podcast/support
This week, Michael and Ryan are joined by Kris Loving, a line of scrimmage official in the Big 10. The three discuss Kris's experience and his efforts to recruit and develop new officials and to effect positive change in his community. For more information on Kris's projects, please visit helpsaveoursports.org and Loving Touch Productions. We are very thankful to Kris for spending time with us and sharing his insights! You can find us on Facebook at Learn Your Stripes Podcast, on Twitter @LYS_podcast, on Instagram @learnyourstripespodcast, and at learnyourstripespodcast.com. If you liked this week's episode, please subscribe, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts. Thank you for your continued support!
Rico and Howard discuss what we really learned from week 1 in college football. Download the latest episode of the 5 Star Zone today. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Big Ten conference is chalk full of star returners, including Zach Edey and the entire Purdue starting lineup and key veterans AJ Hoggard and Jaden Akins for Tom Izzo and Michigan State. However, the conference also has a handful of dynamic newcomers joining the league, including transfer guard Ace Baldwin at Penn State, Kel'el Ware and Mackenzie Mgbako at Indiana, and a trio of talented freshmen joining the Spartans. We also continue our conference preview series today discussing the Big Sky, where returner Dillon Jones will look to lead Weber State to a title over Eastern Washington (who lost Steele Venters to Gonzaga) and Montana State (who lost their four leading scorers and head coach Danny Sprinkle who took over at Utah State). Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
My guest today says she's not sure how long UNLV can hang around with Michigan, but she's fascinated to see how Jay Harbaugh and Mike Hart handle their head coaching responsibilities. With us today is The Angel of The Big House, beat writer Angelique Chengelis from The Detroit News.
Welcome everyone to another episode of the For Stars Podcast, featuring Head Coach of Rutgers Women's Rowing, Mr. Justin Price. This episode entails all of the characteristics involved within running a NCAA Division 1 crew team, and how he as a coach aims to influence his athletes in a positive manner. Price resembles one who genuinely cares about the overall health of the athlete, and being a great teammate to one another to not only advance the team, but the betterment of the individual in all avenues while at Rutgers and graduating from the university.Price spent his college years studying and rowing for UCLA, going back to coach the Bruins this time on the Women's Rowing front after his time in the role of a Graduate Assistant at Notre Dame while in Law School. He was the Head Coach at LMU on the Women's Rowing team for one year before leading the Scarlet Knights where he has been for quite some time, and doing great things!We discuss how important team culture is to his staff and program as a whole, his take on recruiting, metrics are not everything, future of rowing in America, how his program scouts athletes from all around the world, conference realignment within intercollegiate athletics and the Big 10, as well as the addition of powerhouses USC, UW, and his own alma mater, UCLA, now apart of the conference, answering questions asked by the viewers in our Q&A, goals and schedule for the upcoming 2023-2024 season, and more. Be sure to tune into this podcast featuring Coach Justin Price as he takes on another year at the helm of the program...This is one to listen to!Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyXeno Müller - Elite Rowing Coach Make your rowing dreams real! Use Code “FORSTARS” for $200 OFF on your desired training package!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
A new look UNLV will visit the Big House on Saturday to test the Wolverines. My guest today says first year coach Barry Odom knows the challenge his team is facing, and they embrace the task. With us today is UNLV radio color analyst and former Rebel QB Caleb Herring
Penn State Quarterback Drew Allar is the best signal-caller in the Big 10 right now. He has great arm talent, pocket awareness and he was a great understudy with Sean Clifford. Don't worry, Michigan Wolverines Fan! Michigan quarterback JJ McCarthy is right there with him. But we make the case as to why it is more difficult to gauge McCarthy and whether he is a generational QB like Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh says. Other quarterbacks like Ohio State's Kyle McCord had a tougher debut for 2023. We also look at the Big 10 and the Wild, Wild West. Who's coming out of that division. And, are Iowa Hawkeyes fans concerned about quarterback Cade McNamara and his lingering leg injury? Finally, it's time for fun with Tuesday Tweets. Did your tweet make the cut? All that and more is on Locked on Big 10! Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Website: https://talkbig10.com Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
We return to Ste. Sault Marie to the Michigan Paracon 2023 and meet up with The Ghost Contact Paranormal Team. With great tales of their paranormal adventures, we are entertained by ghost stories. Sault Ste. Marie is the oldest city in Michigan, and among the oldest cities in the United States. Over the course of our history, the flags of several sovereign nations have flown over the Sault. Over 2,000 years ago, Native Americans began to gather here for the wealth of fish and fur found along the rushing waters of the wide, turbulent river that linked the Great Lakes of Superior and Huron. Spring and Fall were important seasons for these original settlers, and they called the area “Bahweting,” or, “The Gathering Place.” The area's first full-time residents lived in lodges framed of wood poles, sheathed with bark or animal hides. The river below the rapids provided an abundance of fish for Native peoples, as well as several tribes from throughout the region, who migrated here during the peak fishing season. It continues to remain a world-class spot for sport fishing. In the 1600's, French missionaries and fur traders began to venture into this beautiful territory. The traders began calling the wild area Sault du Gastogne. In 1668, the legendary Jesuit missionary and explorer Fr. Jacques Marquette renamed this burgeoning European settlement Sault Ste. Marie, in honor of the Virgin Mary—the first “city” in the Great Lakes region. Please hit Subscribe/Follow and leave a 5-star rating and review. Click here to Donate to the show. Click here to go to our webpage. Click here for our Etsy Page.
Is that glass half full or half empty? That's the question up for debate following West Virginia's season debut at No. 7 Penn State. Like any game, there was good and bad. Now the question becomes how this Mountaineer team will develop. In this episode, Brad and Tony breakdown the game and reveal the objective grades for both offense and defense from Pro Football Focus. Listener questions and comments complete the show.
Today's episode consists of a daily challenge that stirs up positive thinking. The challenge consists of 10 questions that will produce a better understanding of interpersonal problems and give solutions based on the answers brought up to the surface. These 10 questions are used in order to gain insight into the importance of reflection. Please note that even though the questions are in general, they may not suffice or compare to any other person's struggles. IG: motivationtosucceedpod --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tariq-k-hill/support
inally, Week One of the Big 10 football season is here. And we have a lot of questions. Who has the toughest week one matchup? How will the Michigan Wolverines do without Jim Harbaugh? Did Ryan Day choose the right starting quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes? Will Cade McNamara suit up for Kirk Ferentz and the Iowa Hawkeyes? Is Penn State good enough to beat Michigan and Ohio State? #WeAre. Who will Mel Tucker start at quarterback for the Michigan State Spartans? We dive into all of the matchups this weekend. Plus, did you see 92,003 people jam into Nebraska's Memorial Stadium for a women's volleyball game? Wow, that was a cool Huskers moment! And, don't forget we will have our Pigskin Picks for the weekend! It's all coming up on Locked on Big 10 with Craig Shemon. Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkbig10 Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…