On this Monday Glenn Clark Radio, Glenn and Kyle Ottenheimer talk Ravens, Orioles and more. At 10:40, The Athletic Colts beat writer Bob Kravitz joins the show to talk about the Ravens addition of Justin Houston and what he might bring to the team. At 11:20, 105.7 The Fan's Jeremy Conn joins us to talk about his weekend gambling and more. At 11:45, Sports Illustrated soccer writer Grant Wahl discussed the USMNT's Gold Cup win against Mexico and the USWNT's semifinal loss to Canada.
Bob Kravitz from The Athletic joined the show to discuss the Colts draft outlook, Chase unveils the results of his mock draft, discuss some funny Peyton Manning stories and more during the second hour of Thursday's DDC!
(00:00-24:46) – Tuesday’s show begins with Dan sharing his anguish and frustration with what the analytics has done to the game of baseball. This leads to a segment long discussion on it, featuring callers of different ages sharing their opinion on the matter. (24:47-36:15) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 visits The Dan Dakich Show to discuss the state of the Colts roster as the team prepares for the NFL Draft at the end of this month. (36:16-44:55) – Dan addresses a question from a listener on if he’d ever have a tribute show for Coach Bob Knight. Plus, Dan evaluates a Tweet from Bob Kravitz about the fact that the same Hoosiers that went 12-15 last year are being celebrated for returning to IU. (44:56-1:09:52) – Our friend of Jason Benetti joins the show to recap his NBA broadcasting debut, (which saw Steph Curry become the Golden State Warriors All-Time Leading Scorer) and defend the game of baseball. A very enriching conversation ensues about the strengths and weaknesses of the MLB product and ways to fix complaints are examined. (1:09:53-1:24:25)– The talented Jason Benetti returns for another segment on the current issues plaguing baseball and what can be done to resolve it. (1:24:26-1:30:48) – To close out hour number two Dan remembers the life of Pacers and Indiana legend Bobby Slick Leonard who passed away today at the age of 88. (1:30:49-1:53:33) – A key piece to UCLA’s Final Four run, Jaime Jaquez Jr. stops by the show to take us through his perspective on that magical March Madness journey for the Bruins. Plus, more on the life of the legendary Bobby Slick Leonard. (1:53:34-2:06:03) – We return from break with Dan talking more on the passing of the legend Bobby Slick Leonard and sharing his frustration with the fact that there isn’t a statue of Slick in Indy. (2:06:04-2:13:37) – Tuesday’s show closes with Dan reading the results from today’s Indiana Grand Racing and Casino’s Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of The JCook Parlay of the Day. Also, Dan talks more on Indy losing an icon with the passing of Bobby Slick Leonard. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From the Athletic, Bon Kravitz joins the Tony D Podcast to give his take on the upcoming NCAA tourney, how the Pacers are on cruise control & if the Colts have their franchise QB is Carson Wentz --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tony-donohue/support
Welcome back to Success Leaves Clues! I sat down this week with long time friend and writer extraordinaire Bob Kravitz! Bob has covered sports as a columnist and a feature writer for over 36 years! He graduated from IU, and has worked for many high class publications. We discuss his career, the Colts, the Hall of Fame, and many other things before getting to the Clue! You can find Bob and what he is doing now here: https://theathletic.com/author/bob-kravitz/ To learn more about my coaching and training programs, you can visit me online at www.garybrackett.com Also, be sure to follow me on social media (@GaryBrackett on IG, @GaryBrackett58 on Twitter, & Gary Brackett on Facebook) for the latest and greatest content! Valuable Moments: 1:00 - Bob’s love 1:30 - Top stories over career 5:30 - Manning Stories 7:20 - First time on the air from GB 8:40 - Sports Writers 10:15 - Arriving in Indy 11:30 - Biggest Story of career 14:50 - Patriots and Deflate Gate 18:00 - Patriot Success -> Belichick or Brady 19:30 - Peyton HOF/Story 24:00 - Players and Reporting 28:00 - Greatest Game Covered 28:45 - About Bob 31:15 - The Athletic 32:45 - What readers need to do 33:45 - Mental Health Awareness 36:49 - Full Transparency 37:50 - Sharing Vulnerability 39:50 - Story @ Jags 42:15 - The Clue
Spain & Fitz talk Carson Wentz to Indy - what it means for the Colts, Eagles & the teams that didn't make a move for him - plus their reactions to Serena/Naomi at the Aussie Open. The Athletic's Bob Kravitz and ESPN's Dan Graziano share their thoughts on the Wentz news, The Ringer's Kevin O'Connor talks NBA and The Athletic's Meg Linehan dishes out the latest USWNT and NWSL news.
On this jam-packed episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla make their cases for why Peyton Manning (5:53) and John Lynch (22:00) deserve to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. They then hear some great Peyton Manning stories from The Athletic's Bob Kravitz (31:50) before sharing their favorite Super Bowl commercials and halftime performances (43:16). They then chat about the fifth anniversary of Super Bowl 50 (57:39) and hear from some of the key players from the game (1:05:57). Then then hear a great listener voicemail (1:22:16) before finishing with shoutouts (1:25:42). Want more of "The Neutral Zone"? Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts — and make sure to leave a rating/review if you enjoyed the show.
More on the Stafford trade to the Rams. What does that mean for Colts who were rumored to be interested? Which available QBs would be the best fist for Indy? Bob Kravitz from The Athletic joins the show to give his perspective. We touch on the latest with Deshaun Watson and his trade market. Plus the Vols dominate Kansas but Jared still worries about Rick Barnes in March and Vandy has a legit player.
John Canzano talks with The Athletic's Bob Kravitz about why he wishes he never broke the "Deflategate" story. He then talks to Lake Oswego football coach Steve Coury about the challenges of playing high school sports during the pandemic. We also play The Big Splash, The Culligan Water Cooler Report, Punch It! Audio, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Bob Kravitz of The Athletic, who broke the Deflategate story six years ago involving Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Canzano asks Kravitz how big that story plays into Tom Brady's legacy, how disruptive that AFC Championship loss was for the Colts in 2015, the process of covering such a controversial story, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
When Caris LeVert was dealt to the Pacers as part of the James Harden trade, his post-trade physical — usually a formality — revealed something scary: a small mass on his left kidney. Today, we’re joined by The Athletic’s Bob Kravitz to look at what’s ahead for LeVert, why the Pacers decided to still go through with the trade, and what makes him well-prepared to take on this challenge. Read Bob Kravitz’s story about Caris LeVert: https://theathletic.com/2333015/2021/01/19/kravitz-caris-levert-approaches-health-news-as-another-bump-in-the-road/?source=theleadpodcast
Bob Kravitz talked to Dan about deflate gate. Bob stands by what he wrote at the time when he wrote that the Patriots was under investigation for deflating footballs. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SB NATION NFL SHOW: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Spotify The SB Nation NFL Show brings together the greatest fan-alysts from across SB Nation's NFL team communities in one place for the first time ever. Expect deep analysis, irreverent jokes, and plenty of bickering between rivals. It's a show for NFL fans, by NFL fans. Monday - Monday Football Monday (RJ Ochoa, Pete Sweeney, Michael Kist) Tuesday - Off Day Debrief (Brandon Lee Gowton, Rob "Stats" Guerrera) Wednesday - Palpably Unfair Podcast (Kyle Posey, Michael Kist) Thursday - The Look Ahead (Ed Valentine, Rob "Stats" Guerrera) Friday - Football Cheat Sheet (Jeanna Thomas Kelly, Ameer Tyree) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rob "Stats" Guerrera (Niners Nation) & Brandon Lee Gowton (Bleeding Green Nation) react to the Rams big win over Tom Brady on Monday Night Football, and look at the 100% accurate Week 12 Power Rankings. Are we overreacting to Tom Brady's struggles? Is the Goff vs. Wentz debate over? How good can the Colts be with the legendary Bob Kravitz of The Athletic Week 11 Oddities, Week 12 Survivor Picks and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Indiana Hoosiers have been arguably the biggest surprise in college football this season, thanks in part to their high-energy head coach, Tom Allen, and emerging star quarterback, Michael Penix Jr. Today, we’re joined by The Athletic’s Bob Kravitz to look at just how good this Indiana team is, whether they have a chance against No. 3 Ohio State this weekend, and why Penix mania has taken over Bloomington. Read Bob Kravitz’s story about Michael Penix Jr.: https://theathletic.com/2184340/2020/11/07/indiana-michigan-michael-penix-jr/?source=theleadpodcast
In the first hour of today's DDC: the guys talk to The Athletic's Bob Kravitz joined the show to preview Titans-Colts and Willy presents the numbers of Derrick Henry's dominance in the second half of seasons and the guys discuss whether or not he can recreate that this year.
Every old-school Baltimore sports fans still has a little pang when the blue horseshoe hits them a certain way. Bob Kravitz has covered sports in Indianapolis for a generation. He knows the secrets of Irsay, Manning and the legend of where Rick Majerus ate Italian food in Indy.
The Athletic’s Bob Kravitz on the Indiana Pacers’ hiring of Raptors assistant Nate Bjorkgren as their new head coach (8:01). Abbotsford (BC) Senior Secondary School head football coach Jay Fujimura on his former WR, Chase Claypool of the Pittsburgh Steelers (19:11). The Athletic’s Andy McCullough on the Dodgers ahead of the World Series, and what’s […]
On today's Hoosier Experience Aidan talks with IDS IUBB Reporter Grace Ybarra about yesterday's team media day. They break down the comments of everyone from Archie Miller to Jordan Geronimo to Bob Kravitz, and discuss expectations for the coming season. Happy first day of practice Hoosier nation and enjoy the show! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-hoosier-experience/support
The Athletic's Bob Kravitz joins the show for a second time. We start with some talk about zoom media day with IU Basketball, his story about March 11th coming out soon, the Colts, their play on the field, his thoughts of Philip Rivers. We play a game on who he'd rather have starting over Rivers, we talk a little college football, basketball, the Pacers, his hatred for the masked singer, and more.
The Athletic's Bob Kravitz joins the show to talk about his many years in the industry, sharing stories, advice and insight on the world of sports and the sports media industry. Crimson Quarry's Mike Miller follows with some jokes at Griffin's expense and some great insight into the upcoming football season.
Kevin Pritchard spoke to the media and said we may hear from the NBA office in early May about the resumption of the season. Kyle Larson fired for dropping N-word on iRacing broadcast. Isaiah Todd recommits from Michigan. Prayers for Bob Kravitz. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Scott is joined by The Athletic's Bob Kravitz to dive into which sports figures should be in Indiana's Sports Hall of Fame, as laid out in a project here at The Athletic.To get 40% an annual subscription, which includes extra subscriber only episodes of Fieldhouse Files, got to theathletic.com/fieldhousefilesSubscribe on iTunesRead Scott’s latest reporting on the Indiana Pacers on The Athletic
Scott is joined by The Athletic's Bob Kravitz to run through the Indiana Pacers All-Decade team of the 2010s.To get 40% an annual subscription, which includes extra subscriber only episodes of Fieldhouse Files, got to theathletic.com/fieldhousefilesSubscribe on iTunesRead Scott’s latest reporting on the Indiana Pacers on The Athletic
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar the the Indy 500 are being sold today because the Hulman George Family took it "as far as we could." We talk to soon to be former chairman Tony George, NBC Sports Kevin Lee, and Bob Kravitz from The Athletic. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Doug addresses Andrew Luck's retirement and his tweet that received a lot of backlash. He also takes call to find out if listeners think his joke about Luck went too far. Plus, Bob Kravitz from The Athletic joins the show to tell Doug what the Colts will do now without Luck at QB. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Gabe and Joe open the final hour of the show questioning if Mike Tyson actually smokes $40,000 worth of weed per month; Gabe does the math, and finds it nearly impossible. Bob Kravitz of The Athletic joins the show to talk about the latest news surrounding the Colts and the injury to Andrew Luck. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shaun Guastamacchia talks about his distaste for Eric Ebron complaining about his Madden 2020 player ranking. Eli Manning and Daniel Jones should be the most disgusted by the lack of respect but in the end who cares. Shaun feels the Texans messed up by not giving Jadeveon Clowney a contract extension. Kelly Bryant back as QB at Missouri. He will play under the franchise tag. Indianapolis Colts preview with Bob Kravitz. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Bob Kravitz, long time Fishers resident, has been writing about local sports for many years. Now he is with TheAthletic.com which is a subscription service that allows you access to lots of sports content, including Bob's columns. Bob talks about The Athletic and more in this podcast.
The Pacers’ season ended in disappointing fashion, a 4-0 sweep to the Celtics in Round 1 of the NBA Playoffs. Ten days after their final game of the season, president Kevin Pritchard and head coach Nate McMillan met with the media to discuss their year, mostly without star Victor Oladipo, and what sets up to be a very busy and fascinating offseason. To discuss all of that, Bob Kravitz of The Athletic Indiana joins the podcast. Subscribe to The Athletic here — and to the Pacers Podcast on Apple Podcasts. I welcome your questions and comments @ScottAgness on Twitter or via email. Topics Discussed: Takeaways from Pritchard and McMillan’s comments Whether they afford to re-sign Bojan Bogdanovic How they go about building the roster with just six players under contract Positions needing addressed and possible targets in free agency Thad Young’s future Can Myles Turner and Domantas Sabonis work in tandem
The Pacers Podcast is back, right in time for the 2019 NBA postseason. They finished the season with a record identical to last season, 48-34, and they did it despite two-time All-Star Victor Oladipo only appearing in 36 games. So, the Pacers are the No. 5 seed in the Eastern Conference and are matched up against No. 4 Boston (49-33). It is their first time meeting in the playoffs since 2005. To preview the series, my colleague at The Athletic, Bob Kravitz, joined me for this episode — which was recorded on Friday after practice. I will be with the Pacers on the road in Boston (and throughout the playoffs) for coverage on TheAthletic.com. Subscribe to The Athletic here — and to the Pacers Podcast on Apple Podcasts. I welcome your questions and comments @ScottAgness on Twitter or via email. Topics Discussed: The Celtics losing Marcus Smart for the series Who Bob believes are the two most important players in the series The significance (or not) of home-court advantage for Boston How Oladipo’s injury impacted what the front office did at the trade deadline Myles Turner’s season Brad Stevens having to mange egos for the first time Why Bob says it’s the Celtics’ series to lose
Join Brian Webber for all the scores, all the highlights and all the action on all NFL games. After all the Week 15 action was over, Brian Webber was joined by NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, former Vikings LB now Sideline Analyst Ben Leber, Bob Kravitz of The Athletic Indianapolis, Tom Thayer, SB Champion and Bears Radio Analyst, Jason Cole of Fansided.com, Mike Harmon of SwollenDome.com for our Fantasy Football focus, and the Playing With Science Checkdown.
Chap talks to Bob Kravitz about his layoff from WTHR, landing at the Athletic, and how how he dealt with everything in between. Whether it was mailing it in, work wise, or just being generally pissed off. Bob also talks the gamble it took to go to WTHR, how he might have done things differently, and the new enthusiasm he has for writing again. At the end, Bob answers fan questions about doing something with Pat McAfee, favorite Indy sports moment, and the chances of Le'veon Bell landing in Indy. Enjoy!
It was another week of enemies coming after us, some old, some new. Bob Kravitz called Dave a pimple on his butt. Peter King declared he will no longer associate with us. Typical. Thursday was live from Keeneland in Lexington Kentucky, which was the site of RNR5. As the face of Kentucky sports radio, Matt Jones joined the show. Glenny got thrown up on, Tom Wilson is still a scumbag, and more playoff baseball talk. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Jay Graves applauds Indianapolis sports writers Bob Kravitz and Gregg Doyel for standing up to racism and social media foolishness after they wrote columns denouncing racism by calling out Colts Radio Announcer Bob Lamey for his racist joke that eventually forced his retirement. Reigning Mr. Football, Reese Taylor is moved back to QB at IU.
Bob Kravitz recently opened up about his battle with anxiety, depression and mental illness in a column on WTHR.com. Eyewitness News anchor Anne Marie Tiernon sat down with Bob to talk about the story behind his column. Bob talked about how his family reacted to the column (8:20) and also discussed his reliance on alcohol as he fought his demons (19:30). Finally, Bob and Anne talk about Bob's upcoming golf event (19:50).
In this edition of the Cover 2 podcast, Don Banks and Nick Stevens recap Super Bowl LII and discuss Malcolm Butler's benching among other topics. Special guest Bob Kravitz from WTHR.com in Indianapolis also joins to discuss the Josh McDaniels situation from a Colts perspective.
Bob Kravitz, Colts columnist for WTHR.com, joins host Kordell Stewart and Brian Webber to discuss quarterback Andrew Luck starting training camp on the PUP list, what Luck’s timetable for return is and how well the Colts must do this season for head coach Chuck Pagano to keep his job.
Hosts Kordell Stewart and Brian Webber discuss John Elway's contract extension, what Andrew Luck on the physically unable to perform list means for the Indianapolis Colts and put the spotlight on the New Orleans Saints. Minnesota Vikings cornerback Trae Waynes, Colts columnist Bob Kravitz and Super Bowl champion Mike Jones join the show.
Matt goes through the #AFC and #NFC Championship matchups, predicting the #SuperBowl teams & following more rumors in the Twitter-sphere, Bob Kravitz tells #Colts fans to pump the brakes on believing everything you read. Sound familiar? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Contrary to popular conjecture, making front office or coaching changes does little if anything to benefit #Colts in short term. Matt exhales after angry Monday, and #BobKravitz joins Locked On Colts giving insight on player issues, #ChuckPagano, #JimIrsay and #RyanGrigson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Pacers 2015-16 season is complete after a first-round exit to the Toronto Raptors in Game 7. A few days later, Pacers President Larry Bird decided to change head coaches after Frank Vogel led this team for five and half seasons. On this week’s podcast, hear highlights of what Bird said at his 23-minute press...
Tonight we welcomed award winning sports writer from WTHR Bob Kravitz and Public Relations guru from Indy Eleven John Koluder. With Bob not being a soccer fan, we had some interesting takes on why mainstream media thumbs their noses sometimes at soccer. We have some laughs, talk sports media climate in the city and nationally, and get a good view from someone outside the "inner circle" of soccer.
261-08.22.2014New Orleans Pelicans & SaintsOnline radio show focused on Pelicans and Saints news.Today's special guests include Saints quarterback Drew Brees, John DeShazier, Bob Kravitz, and Pelicans writer Jim Eichenhofer.38: