We recap what happened last night in Boston. Grayson Rodriguez started last night for the Tides. When will he be pitching for the Orioles?
On Episode 45, Kevin Powell is joined by Herb Howard from The Bigs. They break down the Bears’ win over the Houston Texans and discuss Justin Fields’ performance. Follow Kevin Powell on Twitter: Follow @kpowell720
Today I am interviewing Esther Goetz. Esther is the mama behind the wildly popular instagram account, Moms of Bigs. We spent time in this interview talking about the power of community during this season of parenting, and how authenticity and transparency about our experiences creates deeper connections with each other, and supports us in moving through the hard times. See the full show notes at:
In this episode, we invite Tore Banke, the director of sustainability and head of computational design at BIG. He joined BIG in 2014 as a Computational Design Specialist in building performance simulation. Tore's vast experience in parametric software development allows him to customize digital toolsets and workflows in BIGs projects. Tore's knowledge enables architects and designers to integrate building performance into their concept design and handle design problems and geometries of great complexity. Tore has performed a wide range of building simulations, e.g., energy-, solar radiation-, wind-, daylight-, and artificial lighting simulations on several BIG's key projects. Check our studio workshops at the PAACADEMY: https://parametric-architecture.com/category/paacademy/ Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/TA9HKNmrTuQ Follow us: ParametricArchitecture: https://www.instagram.com/parametric.architecture/ PATalks: https://www.instagram.com/pa__talks Website: https://parametric-architecture.com/patalks/ #PATalks #ToreBanke #BIG
Kyler Staley and Jim Reamer breakdown some of the top bigs in the 2024 class...and we might whine about the Colts too. Thank you for listening to Courtside Indiana podcast. If you listen every week, we appreciate it. If not, please hit the subscribe or add button on your podcast app to get them delivered straight to your phone tablet or desktop. As always, we'd appreciate a rating and review, and you can reach us directly on our Courtside Indiana Twitter and Instagram Follow us on both platforms at: @Courtside I N D Sponsors: If you haven't heard about Anchor by Spotify, it's the easiest way to make a podcast - with everything you need all in one place. Let me explain: • Anchor has tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer • When hosting on Anchor you can distribute your podcast on listening platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcast, and more • It's everything you need to make a podcast, in one place • And best of all, Anchor is totally free! Download the Anchor app or go to Anchor.fm to get started Box Out Sports is the leading online graphics solution giving you the ability to create professional content in seconds to highlight your team and student-athletes this season. You can sign up for a free demo at BoxOutSports.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1F6ay4eVjjfEdksodpaZsA?si=mY7b4OO-SNGYoFatjvo7bQ Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/courtside-indiana-podcast/id1506939265 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xYTczZTcwOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw Or listen on your computer at: https://anchor.fm/courtside-indiana --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/courtside-indiana/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/courtside-indiana/support
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros clinch their respective divisions. We get the inside dirt, on the infield dirt. We talk about the evolving art of informing a young player he's made it to the Bigs. Big Albert is gunning for #700, will we ever see his like again? We'll react to an open letter by Ken Rosenthal to Tony La Russa as well as three players the Cubs can build around for next season. In our Popcorn discussion at the 47:07 mark, we'll review Tom's choice of the Barry Levinson directed, Diner. Next Week: Inherit the Wind
GxdHateUs is a Horrorcore Hiphop group from Downriver, Michigan consisting of both Bradley Smothers (Formally DEmoniC) and Phillip Graves (formally Big S.I.N). Their music is angry mix of that oldschool Kill Yourself Productionz sound that Bradley began with, mixed with more melodic, trap influenced chopper rap that Phillip brings to the table, both artist intersect at the Murder House, where their sound is solidified by Toxzik (often accompanied by Wicked K) of Troubled Mindz. We go over MASSIVE amounts of wickedshit history, from the early days of being a wicked Juggalo in Michigan, to rockin' stages like an Evil sermon… also: Family life, Insane Clown Posse, Madness of Bedlam, Sutter Kain, Horror movies, Deathmatch Wrestling, Religious fears, t.W.o, https://www.facebook.com/GxDHatesUs/ https://troubledmindzmhr.bandcamp.com/album/gxdhatesus http://www.murderhouserecords.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qualityviolentcinemainc/support
The big names in horse racing are back this weekend! No we don't mean ourselves, but the likes of Anamoe, Nature Strip, Zaaki and Eduardo are expected to go around this weekend at Randwick! We preview the card with some tips and our thoughts. Let us know what you think! Join fb www.facebook.com/groups/giveusaspellpodcast Join socials @giveusaspellpod Rate and review the show!
In the second hour of today's show Andy & Randy bounce around the NFL during the No Huddle before being joined by Audacy NFL Insider Brian Baldinger to recap Week 1 and preview Week 2. Later in the hour Brian joined for "Big Deal, Small Deal, No Deal."
My guest is F.P. Santangelo who played in the Bigs for 6 seasons. F.P. moved from Michigan to El Dorado Hills, CA at age 7 and is the definition of hard work in perseverance. We began the conversation talking about his early years that led him to pro ball. In 1995 F.P. made his major league debut with the Expos and finished 4th in NL Rookie of the Year voting. in 2001 F.P. was on the A's and played the Yankees in the playoffs 4 weeks after 9-11. His story about taking the field in Yankee Stadium for Game 1 is bone chilling. We then talk about his broadcast career which now has him as a talk show host at KNBR in SF. We finish the conversation with F.P. talking about the state of the game today. Support for the show comes from MyBokkie. MyBookie will match your first deposit (up to $1000) when you use code Grant22. Click the link to sign up. https://mybookie.website/ifyoudontlike Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's Reading: Colossians 3 Every spring and summer, fields all over the United States are filled with athletes playing baseball. In the major leagues, the Bigs, the best players in the world come together in the thirty stadiums around the country. They draw great attention and praise. But those games wouldn't happen or go well without the people on the field dressed in black jackets. They look different from any other person on the field, and they are called umpires. No matter how good the players are—how fast they can pitch, how far they can hit or throw . . . the emotions of the game can cloud their decisions. And they need those umpires to keep order. Umpires decide the course and calls of the game. Who is safe and who is out. Which pitches are balls and which are strikes. The baseball diamond needs a neutral party who sees the situation clearly and makes the correct call—not the call the fans or the players want, but the right call. They cannot be impaired by emotion, peer pressure, or even popular opinion. They must be moved by justice and the right thing. Baseball isn't the only thing that needs an umpire. We need an umpire for the same reason. Emotions can cloud all our decisions. We want to do the right thing, but we have so many forces fighting against us. When peer pressure comes, and the voices from the outside try to get you to move into chaos, you too have an umpire to make a call. The apostle Paul tells the Colossian believers who are being inundated with outside religious opinions and additions to walk very carefully and keep Christ in focus. He says, “Let the peace of Christ keep you in tune with each other, in step with each other. None of this going off and doing your own thing. And cultivate thankfulness” (Colossians 3:15, MSG). Think about this phrase, Let the peace of God rule in your hearts. The peace of God is your umpire. The key word is rule. In Sparkling Gems from the Greek, Rick Renner discusses this word: I especially want you to notice the word “rule” in this verse. It is from the Greek word brabeuo, which in ancient times was used to describe the umpire or referee who moderated and judged the athletic competitions that were so popular in the ancient world. Paul uses this word to tell us that the peace of God can work like an umpire or referee in our hearts, minds, and emotions. Peace must guide us to each place and in each decision. Colossians 3:15 could be translated: “Let the peace of God call the shots in your life”; “Let the peace of God be the umpire in your life and actions”; “Let the peace of God act as referee in your emotions and your decisions.” If we have no peace over something, then we are out at first base, and we need to get off the field. If we have peace over a decision, the umpire has told us that we are safe and we get to stay and continue on. Peace is the guiding principle for the believer—the umpire that tells us what's right so that chaos doesn't ensue. Do you ever say about a decision, “I feel funny about this” or “Something doesn't feel right about going here or doing this”? That means you don't feel peace. Don't overrule the umpire. Peace is God's mechanism to help you make good decisions today and stay on the field. As Curtis Hutson said, “When the believer is faced with a decision regarding a questionable matter, he should never proceed unless he has complete peace about it.” A host of emotions comes to us because life throws so many things at us. And nothing can blur our decision making like emotions. Look at what Paul tells us after the peace verse. It's brilliant: “Let the Word of Christ—the Message—have the run of the house. Give it plenty of room in your lives. Instruct and direct one another using good common sense” (verse 16, MSG). Paul is saying that the best place to start with wanting to know the right call is the Bible. If you want the peace of Christ, start with the Word of God. You can always bet on a safe from the umpire if the Word of God supports the next steps. Peace is the umpire. The Word of God is the playbook the umpires work out of.
On Episode 41, Kevin Powell is joined by Herb Howard from The Bigs. They break down the Bears’ week one victory over the 49ers, talk about Justin Fields’ performance, and discuss the job Matt Eberflus has done so far.
Lucas, Rob, & Shap get together to finish up the 2022 Player Preview Series. This time, the trio touch on the returning Kawhi Leonard, the (possibly newly injured) Ivica Zubac, and small ball options Nico, RoCo, and Mook.
On the latest episode of the Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins, the guys are joined by former MLB pitcher LaTroy Hawkins. After playing more than 20 years in the bigs, LaTroy has stayed in baseball, as a special assistant with the Minnesota Twins. He discusses where the game of baseball is today, plus what could have been if he stuck with basketball over baseball. 10:00 - LaTroy discusses life growing up in Gary, Indiana and what he learned about working for everything you have. 13:00 - What was it about baseball that made LaTroy want to pursue being a professional? Some advice from his grandfather helped him stay committed to the sport. 19:30 - On the basketball court, LaTroy Hawkins was one of the best players in Gary, but then Big Dog Glenn Robinson hit his growth spurt and became Indiana's Mr Basketball. 20:00 - Rex on Big Dog Glenn Robinson and his jump shot.... "and I should know because I don't [play defense] either." 22:30 - After LaTroy was signed by the Twins, he discussed when baseball really started to click. While battling in the minors, he felt he could really be a pro player. 29:00 - After growing up idolizing Michael Jordan, LaTroy talks about playing against him when he was in the minor leagues with the Birmingham Barons. 30:10 - LaTroy goes out of his way to meet Michael Jordan in Birmingham "...oh cool I had some girls in Gary, Indiana" 35:30 - LaTroy recalls what it was like getting the call to The Show, and why coming off the 1994 strike season created a unique set of circumstances for him. 40:00 - How the transition from starter to relief pitcher worked for LaTroy, while others would feel like it would be some kind of demotion. 44:00 - For most professional athletes, they want to retire on their own terms, and when they feel like they could still do it. For LaTroy, he made that decision at 42 years old, after 21 years in the Bigs. He could even throw a 96 MPH fastball! 51:00 - One of LaTroy's best friends with the Twins, Pat Mahomes, was so excited to share being a father with him. The story of how LaTroy became the godfather to Patrick Mahomes II. 57:30 - What kind of mindset did LaTroy have when he was on the mound and it was 1-on-1 with so many of those great hitters of the 90's and 00's? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gambo and Tim Ring, filling in for Burns, discuss everything about OF Corbin Carroll being called up to the Bigs, react to cuts the Cardinals have made plus Andy Isabella's strong comments and Jimmy Garoppolo staying in San Francisco. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the "Goode Street", special Guest Ranney Davis stops by for a good ol' fashioned sports conversation. Davis was a premier athlete in the tri-parish & throughout the nation. Now, the work he does in the community through his nonprofit organization, "Big S.L.A.M." is making an even bigger impact by appreciating and helping some of the people that deserve it most.
Eight-time All-Star Darryl Strawberry sits down with Bob Kendrick for an intimate conversation about Black baseball - discussing what he owes to the Negro Leagues, the style and flair of Black baseball, how he would've never been a Major Leaguer if it weren't for Dave Parker, his upbringing from Crenshaw to the Bigs alongside Eric Davis, battling addiction as a pro, his work with the Players Alliance, the message he now spreads across the country, and just how to revive baseball in the Black community.Follow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezTo support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and preserve the legacy of Buck O'Neil, please visit ThanksAMillionBuck.comVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - NLBM.com
Guest: Max Lefevre, Minnesota Timberwolves Assistant Coach Minnesota Timberwolves assistant coach Max Lefevre joins the Basketball Podcast to share insights on NBA core defensive concepts. Originally from France, Max is going into his 4th season with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Max has been a video coordinator and Player Development Coach. His focus is on player development, defense, and game prep strategy. Before the NBA, Max spent 6 years with Chris Beard, from NCAA D2 Angelo State to NCAA D1 Little Rock and Texas Tech. Max Lefevre helped lead Texas Tech to the 2019 NCAA National Breakdown 1:00 - Best Defense 3:00 - Philosophy of Defense 7:00 - Heavy Nail, High Nail 11:00 - No Choppy Sets 15:00 - Off The Line Concept 15:50 - 16:32 - DR. DISH ADS 17:00 - Recovery 19:00 - Arms Out First 23:30 - Accept Rotations 26:30 - Decision Making 29:30 - Verticality 30:08 - 30:46 - JUST PLAY ADS 32:00 - Breakdown Type Drills 34:00 - Cancel The Screen 37:00 - Stopping The Pistols 40:00 - Pursue 43:00 - Bigs in Presentation 45:00 - Fan Out to Shooters 47:00 - Screen Change 49:00 - Pocket Pass and Handoffs 54:00 - Conclusion Max Lefevre's Bio: Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Lef%C3%A8vre (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Lef%C3%A8vre) Twitter: https://twitter.com/coachlefevre (https://twitter.com/coachlefevre) Basketball Immersion Website:http://basketballimmersion.com/ ( http://basketballimmersion.com/) Twitter:https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en ( https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en) YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion ( https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion) Facebook:https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion ( https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion) Immersion Videos: Check out all our all-access practice and specialty clinics: https://www.immersionvideos.com/ (https://www.immersionvideos.com)
Sheriff Baxter and Deputy Tisdale sit down with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rochester CEO Lisa Matoon and Jail Deputy Victor Rivera. They discuss the Bigs With Badges program, creating a supportive one-to-one mentoring relationship with youth and deputies.
Catch up on all the headlines in Utah Jazz, NBA, NFL, College Football and MLB news with "What is Trending" for August 18, 2022.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Ej and me as we talk about our top lists of NBA Guards vs NBA Bigs. I screwed up and typed centers when I emailed him so he didn't put as many forwards in his list as I did but surprisingly our lists came out pretty much the same --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chaostheorypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chaostheorypodcast/support
In adding Thomas Bryant and Damian Jones this offseason, the Lakers hope to get a massive boost in both production and quality depth at the Center position compared to last season. Pete, Mike, and Darius discuss both bigs as value additions who can be high reward players, debate who projects to be the best fit as a starter, and wonder whether Jones will end up shooting 3's this season. Then later, the guys offer their thoughts on both bigs' defense and whether one stands out above the other at that end of the floor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
S8e91 Welcome to the Hawksbeat Podcast, a podcast about the Atlanta Hawks. We are presented by the Minute Media Podcast Network as the official Atlanta Hawks Podcast. In this episode we are starting a 3 part series breaking down the Hawks roster. Today we will look at the point guard position from all angles. Later this week we will look at the Wings and the Bigs mixing in some Hawks news and notes as they happen. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast and give us a follow on our social media. Follow us on twitter / IG - @Hawksbeat See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this weekend edition of 2CS, Sid and Lakeena talk about Roquan Smith wanting a trade and Eugene McIntosh of The Bigs is back on the show to talk about the Cubs and what direction they may be going and the White Sox, unfortunately, still being the White Sox. We also discuss lack of African-American participation in baseball. Plus, the Dodgers are staying hot, the latest sports media news and more. 3:30 - NFL training camp update: Roquan Smith wants a trade; Weekend's full preseason slate 25:39 - MLB talk: Cubs win at the Field of Dreams; White Sox lose 3 of 4 to the Royals; Dodgers have won ten in a row; Yankees slide a little; this weekend's games 57:43 - Eugene McIntosh of The Bigs returns to the show 1:36:09 - Sports media news: Big Ten to leave ESPN after 40 years as CBS and NBC join FOX in bids for conference coverage; Amazon to air Black Friday NFL game starting next season; Bears radio coverage up between ESPN 1000 and WCHI-FM, WBBM 780 to bow after this season; NBA retiring No. 6 to honor Bill Russell; Patrick Sharp frontrunner to replace Eddie Olczyk as Blackhawks game analyst; Adam Amin to sub for Jason Benetti for Sunday's Tigers/White Sox game Subscribe to WARR on Anchor and on YouTube and follow WARR for all the latest on our movement and stay tuned for upcoming episodes and specials from your guys. Weareregalradio.com provides the best independent coverage of sports and culture -- feel free to share our content and rate us well here or wherever else you find our podcasts. Thanks for listening. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warrmedia/message
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Sets Up vs Quick Service-ish Hands down, best night we have ever seen Junior play! As such, he is welcomed into the "Big Leagues". Crazy night of volleys! Only 3 more weeks remain to catch new content by the Innocent Broadcasters! Set an alarm -- don't miss it! **DISCLAIMER** This podcast does NOT depict the true feelings of the two broadcasters. We can be a little harsh in these podcasts sometimes, but it is 110% in the name of satire, stupidity, sarcasm, and trying to make volleyball (or any of the other 200 topics we will likely discuss) semi-interesting to listen to! If you or someone you know is mentioned in a less than positive manner, please know that we have no hard feelings towards you and are simply making conversation. You rock and are likely way better than we'll ever be. Keep playing your heart out! Our goal is purely entertainment and not to put anyone down. We are all here for fun after all! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
From a famous Harrisburg clock, to a longtime YMCA professional who's new to Harrisburg, plus a mentorship program that improves relationships between youth and police during these current times, even a little “island time” in the middle of the Susquehanna River: Our August podcast is chockful of fascinating conversations about time. We introduce you to: David Ozmore, new president and CEO, Harrisburg Area YMCA Lt. Adam Reed of the Pennsylvania State Police, also a “Bigs in Blue” mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region Brad Jones, president and CEO of Harristown Lawrance Binda, editor of TheBurg, with “The Most Harrisburg Thing” Every month, TheBurg Podcast expands stories from the pages of TheBurg magazine because “there's always more to the story.” TheBurg Podcast is hosted and produced by award-winning Harrisburg-area journalist Karen Hendricks. Backstories that coordinate with this episode include: So Noted, TheBurg, August 2022 including David Ozmore and Chockablock Clock news | True Blue | Own an Island DYK? TheBurg Podcast has received three prestigious podcast journalism awards over the past two years, including First place, Excellence in Journalism, Society of Professional Journalists, Keystone Chapter, in 2021. Interested in sharing your advertising message with TheBurg Podcast's dedicated audience? Research shows that podcast sponsorships are one of the most effective forms of advertising! Contact Lauren (email@example.com). Visit Karen Hendricks' website for more of her writing, journalism and PR work. TheBurg is a monthly community magazine based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Lawrance Binda, co-publisher/editor.
Nick Lodolo does his first podcast of his life and no better place to do it than right here! The Reds rookie pitcher proves just how easy-going of a person he truly is, while letting us into his world and life in the Bigs as a rookie. 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
Miroslav takes the wheel for a Friday Serbian Corner, and he's joined by an all-time Jokić fan in Andy Bailey. The two discuss the MVP and apparent bias against Euro Bigs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben, Joe and Jason discuss the week that was for the long week 15 in The Bigs. A week where some teams were trying to get healthy and spoilers played big roles in making the rankings incredibly tight with just 6 weeks before the playoffs begin. Follow us on TikTok and Instagram for OutTakes, HotTakes, and Frank's Takes! Find us on YouTube for video versions of all podcasts as well as exclusive LIVE content! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsthebigs/support
LOH ends the position previews talking about the bug guys. At what point do you think we'll see the rookie in Mark Williams take over the starting center position? PJ Washington has seen a ton of time over the past 2 years at the 5 spot, will that change now that Charlotte drafted a Center in the 1st round? Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. MEGAPHONE: Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Hornets Podcast on these platforms
On the latest episode of the Bosh to the Bigs podcast, Boshamer Bulletin's Pat James and UNC broadcaster Kyle Straub recap the 2022 MLB Draft and examine its effects on the Tar Heels' 2023 roster. Pat also shares his takeaways from seeing left-hander Dalton Pence and catcher Eric Grintz — both of whom have put together fantastic summers in the Coastal Plain League — and the guys discuss the addition of Vanderbilt transfer Nelson Berkwich.
Lynette Harben, Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nodaway County came in to talk about their up coming 5K Run Walk Saturday September 10th. Lynette also talked about the constant need for Bigs who have the desire to help area kids and more specifically those in the smaller towns surrounding Maryville.
Jason and Joe break down the draft that was way back in April and see where the value came from and who may be overcoming a poor draft to have a great season or who had a great draft and ruined it? Find out this week! Follow us on TikTok and Instagram for OutTakes and HotTakes: @itsthebigspdcast Find us on YouTube for exclusive LIVE content as well as video versions of every show. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsthebigs/support
Shakeia Taylor returns to The Full Go to discuss Minnie Minoso's Hall of Fame induction, what took so long for it to happen, what needs to change with Hall of Fame voting, and the minority involvement in baseball (11:48). Jason is next joined by Herb Howard from The Bigs as they discuss all things Bears with the season inching closer (34:24). Also, the White Sox are absolutely going to waste Dylan Cease's stellar season (54:47). Host: Jason Goff Guests: Shakeia Taylor and Herb Howard Producers: Steve Ceruti, Jessie Lopez, and Tony Gill Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Things discussed: Remembering Gary Moeller: major part of Michigan's modernization (a wide receiver won the Heisman!), was the good cop, vastly unappreciated, especially for his time as an assistant. Needed one break. Football predictions: Ohio State is on their own tier, Michigan is on their own tier after that, worried about trips to Iowa (because of Kinnick) and a visit from Maryland because they have great receivers versus our much younger secondary. SEC/ACC Media Days: coaches don't like NIL? NCAA has an opportunity here to create a system that benefits their game but the individual schools are just trying to do whatever helps them (except Michigan). Use this to stop guys from going to the draft early and not playing in bowl games. Big Ten Hoops: Indiana? Illinois-Michigan? MSU is going into the season with 9 guys, which is good because then Izzo will only play ten of them. Bigs are going to have a lot more fun now that some of the centers are gone. Purdue will find a PG. Hockey nonconference: fine. Good that they dumped the GLI because they can't field a team when Juniors take away half their roster. International trip: good chance to get together.
On this episode of the Out The Box Podcast, the Chris Caldarera fills in for Rory as he studies for the bar. We start the show discussing MLBLSU with the departure of Berry, Doughty, and Reyzelman to the Bigs. We talk about how LSU is being represented at SEC Media Days and give a hypothetical of what we'd like to see between Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher this week. We then get to the Off The Charts segment where we break down LSU's defensive back depth chart and ask the questions "Is LSU still DBU?" (The answer is obvious.) Finally, we round out the show with the House Always Wins segment.Sponsored by Draft Kings, House Bar In Tigerland, Blaine Loupe with Keller Williams Realty, and Work Box LLC. A Boot Krewe Media Production. Follow us on Facebook (OutTheBoxPod), Twitter (@OutTheBoxPod), and Instagram (outtheboxpod)If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA).21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.
INTERVIEW WITH GREG- We are talking all about his Saturn Return - and it's so nice to have a male perspective. THIS EPISODE IS SO EXPANSIVE AND HAS SO MANY AHA MOMENTS. We talk about his healing journey, starting a business, and the knowing he had about stepping into his purpose. GREG @gregbigs https://www.instagram.com/gregbigs/WEBSITE: https://www.gregbigs.com/press-release-4560 YOUTUBE Channel to follow my life: COURT BURNS SO GRATEFUL FOR YOU ALL #saturnreturn #astrologypodcast #astrology Check Saturn Return Diaries PODCAST: @saturnreturndiares FIND ME AT @bravelybeautifulbrand to book an astrology reading YOUTUBE Channel to follow my life: COURT BURNS SO GRATEFUL FOR YOU ALL #saturnreturn #astrologypodcast #astrology
The Indiana Pacers are offering Deandre Ayton, former #1 overall draft pick, $133 Million. The Denver Nuggets gave Nikola Jokic, the reigning 2-time Most Valuable player, a $270 million contract extension. If the NBA's "big men" are worth so much to their teams, why are they worth so little in the Sports Card Market? Are any of the modern centers worth investing in over the next year? If so, what cards would you consider? What players are full of untapped potential profits in the card market? For extended content, podcasts, and connections with the Hoops and Cards world, sign up today for HoopsPLUS! Our special offer of just $4.99/month welcomes you to support our podcast, join our community, and receive more resources to help your collecting and investing journey - check out anchor.fm/hoopsandcards/subscribe today! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hoopsandcards/message
On the latest episode of the Bosh to the Bigs podcast, Boshamer Bulletin's Pat James and UNC broadcaster Kyle Straub are joined by Baseball America Draft writer Carlos Collazo to preview the 2022 MLB Draft, which gets underway Sunday in Los Angeles. Collazo discusses which current Tar Heels might be selected — from Davis Palermo and Mac Horvath to Danny Serretti and Angel Zarate — as well as the statuses of a pair of recruits in Brooks Brannon '22 and Walker Jenkins '23. Pat and Kyle also take a look at how a few Tar Heels are performing in the Majors and Minors before diving into how a few current players are faring in summer ball.
Mike and Adam hop on the pod to share their thoughts on the Celtics' trade for Malcolm Brogdon and why they're both excited about his fit on the roster. They then segue to look at how this solid, needle-moving (but not earth-shaking) trade is emblematic of Brad Stevens' approach as President of Basketball Operations, how it contrasts to old boss Danny Ainge (up to his old tricks again with the Utah Jazz!), and their read on whether and how that might benefit the current coaches and players. Brad did always preach to ‘hit singles,' while Danny tended to swing for the fences. The guys then turn their attention to the rest of the roster, briefly discussing the Danilo Gallinari signing before focusing on the (few) remaining roster needs. They look at the lackluster bigs market, with Mike questioning Adam's psychological soundness as Adam tries to make the case for bringing in DeMarcus Cousins… then Mike tries to rationalize leveraging one of the team's TPEs to acquire a big via trade, while Adam remains skeptical that ownership would go much – if any – further into the tax. Finally, Adam and Mike look ahead to Summer League, sharing the players they're most excited to watch, what they're on the lookout for (drop those buckets, Hauser!), and pumping themselves up for the much-hyped GSW-BOS Finals Rematch on July 12th (OK… maybe not that last part). Check it all out, and more, on this week's Celtics PRIDE. Please rate, review, and subscribe to the Celticsblog podcast feed (“Celtics PRIDE”) and follow us on Twitter @celticspridepod, a @celticsblog podcast. Hosts: Adam Motenko, Josh Motenko @coachmotenko and Mike Minkoff @mikeminkoffnba Email: at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find regular episodes of the CelitcsPod and Celtics PRIDE podcasts on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever else you listen to your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bump and Stacy lead off hour four with a fun conversation with Mariners OF Marcus Wilson fresh off his MLB debut. What was the journey to the bigs like for him? He shares. Bump, Stacy, and Curtis head to the station for a round of Hype Train! Topics include conference realignment and the M's chances against the A's. What I Need to Know closes out Thursday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
J. Kyle Mann and Jonathan Tjarks start their conversation by revisiting some of their favorite NBA Draft memories in the past. They then share and debate their favorite wing prospects, specifically AJ Griffin (6:14), Dyson Daniels (18:28) and Jalen Williams (22:50). After the break they pitch their sleeper picks (29:13) and break down the top centers in the draft with a focus on Jalen Duren.(43:04) They end the pod by sharing some of the fringe prospects who may be flying under the radar heading into the draft. (58:03) Hosts: J. Kyle Mann and Jonathan Tjarks Producer: Chris Sutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
One of the game's premier pitching coaches, Derek Johnson takes us deep inside the game pitching in the Bigs. The Reds Pitching Director/Coach gives us a hardcore baseball edition of the Jim Day Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices