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KXnO Sports Fanatics
The Fanatics Discuss Bowl Games - Wednesday Hour 3

KXnO Sports Fanatics

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 21:04


The Fanatics Discuss Bowl Games - Wednesday Hour 3

My Business On Purpose
AUSTIN BUILD EXPO KEYNOTE #1: Material Delays And Pricing Increases

My Business On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 54:27


STORY The U of SC football program had just won the first Bowl Game in the 100-year plus history of the school.   After joining the rugged and tough SEC in 1992, the Gamecocks were still struggling to be the elite SEC teams like Florida and Tennessee.   Tennessee had a young QB with a head-turning last name…Manning.  We had a pony-tailed enthusiast named Taneyhill, along with two offensive lineman, two running backs all headed eventually to the NFL.   We were desperate for a signature win in the SEC. JAMES DEXTER STORY at Tennessee turning the table over, driving down to the five-yard line  2nd and 1 (5-yard penalty): (7:40) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jPj3LKGMhc Blocked FG Returned 95 yards for a TD (9:51): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jPj3LKGMhc 56 - 21 Final Score…we were  Often, in life, sports, and business, we do desperate things in desperate times in order to solve desperate problems. The last 2 years have created a desperate longing.  Let's articulate the challenge that you are up against today. PAIN - Skyrocketing material and sub Pricing, Uncertainty, Subcontractor frustrations, Schedule delays, unrealistic clients, and PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE! Let's think through some of the desperate things you (or someone you know) may have tried in the midst of a desperate situation in your business… Go more intensely after deposits, draws, or receivables Maybe you're in a habit of using tomorrow's deposits, to pay yesterday's payables Hiring Marketing companies to get more leads/sales b/c “Sales solves everything right????”…even though we don't have measure in place to manage the money even if it did come in Tried to buy bulk material and it's dropped your cash flow Build Bonus structures and increased base comp, b/c “more money means people will stay longer” Just putting your head down and doing it yourself…”it's just easier” Tried to fix your schedule, or job costing, or projections schedule…but it just takes too much time Hired new PM's and Supers, Fired old PM's and Super's Hired your brother or your cousin, or your son Take on more work even though you are way behind on receivables and never properly job-costed previous job to understand profitability We are running around, spinning in circles, a slave to an over-heated market, the client, to the employee, to the sub, to the vendor. And we just want it to STOP.  Just for a second so we can catch our breath.  Talked to a custom builder in Kentucky two weeks ago who said, “I'm actually looking forward to a market slow down.” I was waiting for lightning to strike.  You had a grueling week, and then you have a Saturday where you are fired up about a late breakfast where you are going to eat donuts, cinnamon rolls, pancakes, bacon, cheese grits… then after you're done, you turn on a game on tv watching world-class athletes and think, “I need to work out!”  Chaos can often translate to unhealthy habits because we are vulnerable.  In the chaos of the pricing increases or material delays, we tend to rest in the false comfort of cash flow, while KNOWING that we are neglecting the discipline of purpose, process, and systems that will create a long term FIT-ness for us, our team, and the mission we are on in our business. I've seen it reported recently that both Quarterback Russel Wilson and basketball megastar Lebron James each spend over $1 million on the health and fitness of their mind and body. Here is a hard reality…trying to control pricing and material logistics is like trying to control the weather…you can't control the weather, BUT you can forecast and adjust plans based on the latest information…and PRE-PARE. I love the world prepare…it's actually two words in Latin    Prae (Pre) = before   Parare (pare) = make ready How do we make ourselves and our business ready BEFORE the next step? A friend of mine, Chad Jeffers is the lead Dobro player for Carrie Underwood.  He was passing through Columbia, SC a couple of years ago as we were in town and we had coffee in the lobby of the downtown hotel he and the other band members were staying at. I asked Chad a simple question that I had never asked, “what is it like to play in front of all of those people?”  His response was sobering.   He mentioned that most nights he forgets where he is at, and that the “repetition of the event” can get quite boring.  In order to be great and find joy in touring, you've got to go back to THE FITNESS of your repetition and training. In preparation for Carrie Underwood's Las Vegas residency shows, Chad said… "Typically for tours (including Vegas), we will rehearse for a month and half to 2 months (7 days a week) prior to the first show. Personally, I prepare for the rehearsals about a month prior to that (especially if we are learning new music)." Kobe Bryant was 41 when he and his daughter died tragically in a helicopter crash in January of 2020.   He was notorious for his relentless work ethic.  Writers Scott Davis and Connor Perrett chronicle some of Bryant's more remarkable disciplines. Practice from 5a to 7a…in High School Shaq said he would practice without a basketball…just visualization and mind preparation Had Nike alter a few millimeters off the bottom of his shoes to achieve “a hundredth of a second better reaction time” You must “love the process…the daily grind…this generation loves the results too much.” - Kobe Bryant's conversation with Nick Saban “I loved preparation more than the competing part” - Kobe Bryant's conversation with Alabama Football Team NBA Scout in 2008. -“Allen Iverson loves to play when the lights come on.  Kobe loves (playing) before the lights come on.” -  Here is a question for us.  It's easy to scream, yell, turn over tables, run out of the tunnel with a new idea, rally the troops for a momentary push. What about you?  In the face of unpredictable pricing and material concerns, and personnel challenges, and disrupted construction schedules…will you commit to play BEFORE the lights come on?? The best bourbon is PREPARED before it's aged and evaporated.  The best wine is PREPARED with full ingredients before it sits. Some of you are coming to the BuildExpo hoping for a hail mary, hoping for a silver bullet, a bright idea that will change the game for you.   I want to offer you something else.   When explorer Ernest Shackleton was preparing for his Trans-Antarctic Expedition, he needed the right team.  It is said that he published an advertisement… "Men Wanted for Hazardous Journey. Small Wages, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtful. Honour and recognition in case of success."  The advertisement may not be true, but Shackleton's expedition with his crew aboard the “Endurance” was heroic and transformative for an entire British society. Reading through Alfred Lansing's aptly titled book “Endurance”, you realize what kept Shackleton and his 27 man crew alive during months of isolation and loneliness in what has been billed as one of the most remarkable pictures of survival in modern history.   What two things kept these men going, when all other expeditions facing similar challenges, died?   FITness and repetition.   In the new unpredictability, do you want to stop spending your days putting out silly fires?  You want to discover REAL purpose in your business?  You want to make time for what matters most?  To emerge out of the fog in this unpredictable market, you must commit to great preparation by becoming F.I.T.   1. Fundamentals      a. We convened an emergency meeting of our clients in March of 2020 and talked openly about our concerns and realities...and then all committed...      i. “We WILL NOT contribute to chaos, but instead will simply respond to this call-to-action so we can implement the leadership that we have all been invited into.”    b. What are some of the fundamentals of that leadership??…         i. It's realizing that your business is not a slot machine that you put money in and hope for the best!         ii. Your business is constructed in the same way that your projects are constructed:            1. Five Foundational Cornerstones           2. Firm Foundation made up of 13 Ingredients           3. Four Structural Walls of Admin, Ops, Marketing, and Sales         iii. Your business has a lifecycle just like you do as a human that goes through stages             1. Five Stages Of A Business             2. Each stage requires different engagement from people, and different leadership styles from you         iv. Great News!  You can actually build predictability and stability into your business…sure, the tide and tradewinds of the market will impact you, but YOU determine your course    c. STORY:          i. Custom Homebuilder from the West Coast comes into 2020 with a cash account of $32,000 available dollars.  $32k on $12mm worth of contracts.  That's it.  Within 12 months, by going back to the foundations, they began 2021 with over $300k of available cash, and it continues to grow.  What was the silver bullet????    d. FITness and repetition…no silver bullets.  Knowing your cash gives you OPTIONS!!! The most fundamental step to creating a FIT business, is to painstakingly spend time on the fundamentals.  Blocking, tackling, throwing, catching The second step in becoming FIT, is to…     2. Invest In People      a. NY TImes Headline: people are discontent and leaving for “greener pastures” (UPDATE: 4mm quit in January 2022)      i. We can either gripe about the Millennials/Gen Z…or you can stop whining and start investing!!!!!  It's not as expensive as you think…HOW?    b. Invest with Clarity         i. If your team does not know where you are going…THEY WILL NOT FOLLOW YOU and they cannot make great pricing and material decisions!         ii. How?  WRITTEN Vision, Mission, Values         iii. How?  WRITTEN Cockpit and Master Process Roadmap         iv. How? A clear, old fashioned WRITTEN Org Structure & Job Roles         v. How? BASIC Financial Accountability and Tracking…SIMPLE SPREADSHEETS    c. Invest with Communication         i. Priority…SCHEDULE, SCHEDULE, SCHEDULE           1. Common refrain, “I don't know why she is so freaked out about missing the Electrical/Framing schedule…we'll get the billing eventually!”           2. Not realizing that the payroll bell rings EVERY month whether you bill or not           3. In Ted Lasso, Danny says “Football Is Life”...in construction, “Schedule Is Life!”           4. The pricing and material challenges leave ZERO room for unpredictable communication…so HOW?    ii. Non-Negotiable Weekly Meetings (cue eye roll)          1. Weekly meetings don't have to be pointless, boring, worthless, and a waste of time…           a. If they are consistent, agenda-driven, and leader-led…weekly meetings offer a consistency that your team craves!           b. These are NOT project meetings…those are separate…these are business meetings that build clarity, focus, and camaraderie centered on the MISSION!    d. Invest with Compassion and Empathy         i. The real crisis of our day is not all of the things we think exist from the cable news tapes…the real crisis is a crisis of compassion and empathy         ii. STORY: talking with the psychologist who said that young people now have the capability to show empathy without FEELING empathy         iii. STORY: 3 weeks ago a biz owner walks into our coaching time: Wife whose husband stole her money.  They showed AND felt empathy         iv. Your team will be more prone to stay on top of the unpredictability if you lead with empathy and laser focus on the vision         v. Professor Sherry Turkle of MIT has written extensively for decades on the necessity of empathy.  What is her solution for the crisis of empathy we find ourselves in?           1. Reclaim the Face to face conversation           2. Brene Brown wrote “People are hard to hate up close”           3. HOW?  5 Question Check Ins at set times on set days We must go back to the fundamentals, we must invest in people, and in order to restore business FITness in an unpredictable reality, we must…   3. Trail A Mentor    a. Bill Gates famously said, “Everyone needs a coach!”      b. Pricing variations and material disruptions are not new…find others who have navigated past storm patterns…everything has a pattern if we'll stop long enough to see it    c. Right now…         i. I have a business coaching group I am a participant of weekly, a psychologist monthly, and a speaker coach, two wisdom mentors I meet with 4 times per year, and two guys locally that we meet together for breakfast about 25 times per year    d. …And I'm a professional coach!    e. Everyone needs a coach, because everyone is broken…just admit it!         i. Mentor: (find someone who has a different perspective and who is farther along that you)    f. At the height of their game: Ronaldo still has coaches, Simoan Biles has coaches, Serena Williams has coaches, Tom Brady has coaches, Lebron James has coaches.      g. (PAUSE) - Who is someone further along than you, who is actively mentoring, pushing you right now? FINAL STORY: FITness is no longer optional. Les and Sara Claxton…Les PREPARED, he made ready, everything is volatile in his world…and he was ready. Are you? ACTION: Which of the 3, needs to be your 1st priority after you get out of your seat?   Fundamentals?  Invest In People? Trail A Mentor CALLS TO ACTION… Open this assessment Right Now!            https://mybusinessonpurpose.com/healthy      2. What questions do you have?  If you want to test your business fitness, go to mybusinessonpurpose.com/healthy

Locked On Pokes - Daily Podcast On Oklahoma State Cowboys Football & Basketball
NFL Hopeful Cowboys + 2022 Bowl Game Predictions + Baseball & Softball Updates

Locked On Pokes - Daily Podcast On Oklahoma State Cowboys Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 25:44


More insight on former Cowboys NFL landing spot rumors, 2022 bowl game predictions, and conference play for both baseball and softball has started so we'll check in on them. Updates on Jaylen Warren, LD Brown, and Tre Sterling. 247Sports released their 2022 Bowl Game Predictions, I looked over Big 12 mentions and shared my thoughts. Cowboys Baseball is headed into Bedlam this weekend while the Cowgirl Softball team takes a 6-game win streak to Ames, Iowa. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! 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. StatHero StatHero is reshaping the way the way you play fantasy sports. Dozens of house based games to play daily. No sharks, no funky props, just your skill vs the lineups you choose. Sign-up today at StatHero.com/LockedOn Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

My Business On Purpose
Live Talk from Dallas Build Expo 2022: Coming Out Of The Chaos: 4 Must-Do Ingredients All Homebuilders And Remodelers Can Implement To Grow In The ‘New' Post-COVID Reality (SOIL)

My Business On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 54:03


The U of SC football program had just won the first Bowl Game in the 100-year plus history of the school.   After joining the rugged and tough SEC in 1992, the Gamecocks were still struggling to be the elite SEC teams like Florida and Tennessee.   Tennessee had a young QB with a head-turning last name…Manning.  We had a pony-tailed enthusiast named Taneyhill, along with two offensive lineman, two running backs all headed eventually to the NFL.   We were desperate for a signature win in the SEC. JAMES DEXTER STORY at Tennessee turning the table over, driving down to the five-yard line  2nd and 1 (5-yard penalty): (7:40) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jPj3LKGMhc Blocked FG Returned 95 yards for a TD (9:51): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jPj3LKGMhc 56 - 21 Final Score… Often, in life, sports, and business, we do desperate things in desperate times in order to solve desperate problems. The last 2 years have created a desperate longing.  Let's articulate the challenge that you are up against today. PAIN - Skyrocketing material and sub Pricing, Uncertainty, Subcontractor frustrations, Schedule delays, unrealistic clients, and PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE! Let's think through some of the desperate things you (or someone you know) may have tried in the midst of a desperate situation in your business… Give people extended time off Hiring Marketing companies to get more leads/sales b/c “Sales solves everything right????”…even though we don't have measure in place to manage the money even if it did come in Use Recruiters to get better people…even though we know internally it's our chaos that is causing them to leave Build Bonus structures and increased base comp, b/c “more money means people will stay longer” Just putting your head down and doing it yourself…”it's just easier” Hired subs, fired old subs Hired new PMs and Supers, Fired old PMs and Super's Hired your brother or your cousin, or your son Take on more work even though you are way behind on receivables and never properly job-costed previous job to understand profitability We are running around, spinning in circles, a slave to an over-heated market, the client, to the employee, to the sub, to the vendor. And we just want it to STOP.  Just for a second so we can catch our breath.  Talked to a custom builder in Kentucky two weeks ago who said, “I'm actually looking forward to a market slowdown.” I was waiting for lightning to strike.  You had a grueling week, and then you have a Saturday where you are fired up about a late breakfast where you are going to eat donuts, cinnamon rolls, pancakes, bacon, cheese grits…then after you're done you turn on a game on tv watching world-class athletes and think, “I need to work out!”  Chaos can often translate to unhealthy habits because we are vulnerable.  In the chaos of the market, we tend to rest in the cash flow, while KNOWING that we are neglecting the discipline of purpose, process, and systems that will create a long-term FIT-ness for us, our team, and the mission we are on in our business. I've seen it reported recently that both Quarterback Russel Wilson and basketball megastar Lebron James each spend over $1 million on the health and fitness of their mind and body. A friend of mine, Chad Jeffers is the lead Dobro player for Carrie Underwood.  He was passing through Columbia, SC a couple of years ago as we were in town and we had coffee in the lobby of the downtown hotel he and the other band members were staying at. I asked Chad a simple question that I had never asked, “what is it like to play in front of all of those people?”  His response was sobering.   He mentioned that most nights he forgets where he is at, and that the “repetition of the event” can get quite boring.  In order to be great and find joy in touring, you've got to go back to THE FITNESS of your repetition and training. In preparation for Carrie Underwood's Las Vegas residency shows, Chad said "Typically for tours (including Vegas), we will rehearse for a month and a half to 2 months (7 days a week) prior to the first show. Personally, I prepare for the rehearsals about a month prior to that (especially if we are learning new music)." Kobe Bryant was 41 when he and his daughter died tragically in a helicopter crash in January of 2020.   He was notorious for his relentless work ethic.  Writers Scott Davis and Connor Perrett chronicle some of Bryant's more remarkable disciplines. Practice from 5a to 7a…in High School Shaq said he would practice without a basketball…just visualization and mind preparation Had Nike alter a few millimeters off the bottom of his shoes to achieve “a hundredth of a second better reaction time” You must “love the process…the daily grind…this generation loves the results too much.” - Kobe Bryant's conversation with Nick Saban “I loved preparation more than the competing part” - Kobe Bryant's conversation with Alabama Football Team NBA Scout in 2008. -“Allen Iverson loves to play when the lights come on.  Kobe loves (playing) before the lights come on.” -  Here is a question for us.  It's easy to scream, yell, turn over tables, run out of the tunnel with a new idea, rally the troops for a momentary push. But what about the long hard grind of repetition over a long period of time? The best bourbon is aged and evaporated.  The best wine comes with full ingredients and time. The best friendships have intentionality and longevity. Some of you are coming to the BuildExpo hoping for a hail mary, hoping for a silver bullet, a bright idea that will change the game for you.   I want to offer you something else.   When explorer Ernest Shackleton was preparing for his Trans-Antarctic Expedition, he needed the right team.  It is said that he published an advertisement… "Men Wanted for Hazardous Journey. Small Wages, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtful. Honour and recognition in case of success."  The advertisement may not be true, but Shackleton's expedition with his crew aboard the “Endurance” was heroic and transformative for an entire British society. Reading through Alfred Lansing's aptly titled book “Endurance”, you realize what kept Shackleton and his men alive during months of isolation and loneliness in what has been billed as one of the most remarkable pictures of survival in modern history.   What two things kept these men going, when all other expeditions facing similar challenges, died?   FITness and repetition.   In the new Post-COVID reality, do you want to stop spending your days putting out silly fires?  You want to discover REAL purpose in your business?  You want to make time for what matters most?  To emerge out of the fog in this post-COVID reality, you must commit to becoming F.I.T.   1. Fundamentals   We convened an emergency meeting of our clients in March of 2020 and talked openly about our concerns and realities...and then all committed... “We WILL NOT contribute to chaos, but instead will simply respond to this call-to-action so we can implement the leadership that we have all been invited into.” It's realizing that your business is not a slot machine that you put money in and hope for the best! Five Foundational Cornerstones Firm Foundation made up of 13 Ingredients Four Structural Walls of Admin, Ops, Marketing, and Sales Your business is constructed in the same way that your projects are constructed:  Your business has a lifecycle just like you do as a human that goes through stages What are some of the fundamentals of that leadership??…   Five Stages Of A Business   Each stage requires different engagement from people, and different leadership styles from you Great News!  You can actually build predictability and stability into your business…sure, the tide and tradewinds of the market will impact you, but YOU determine your course Custom Homebuilder from the West Coast comes into 2020 with a cash account of $32,000 available dollars.  $32k on $12mm worth of contracts.  That's it.  Within 12 months, by going back to the foundations, they began 2021 with over $300k of available cash, and it continues to grow.  What was the silver bullet???? STORY:  FITness and repetition…no silver bullets The most fundamental step to creating a FIT business, is to painstakingly spend time on the fundamentals.  Blocking, tackling, throwing, catching The second step in becoming FIT, is to…     2. Invest In People   NY TImes Headline: people are discontent and leaving for “greener pastures” (UPDATE: 4mm quit in January 2022) We can either gripe about the Millennials/Gen Z…or you can stop whining and start investing!!!!!  It's not as expensive as you think…HOW? If your team does not know where you are going…THEY WILL NOT FOLLOW YOU! How?  WRITTEN Vision, Mission, Values How?  WRITTEN Cockpit and Master Process Roadmap How? A clear, old fashioned WRITTEN Org Structure & Job Roles How? BASIC Financial Accountability and Tracking…SIMPLE SPREADSHEETS Invest with Clarity Priority…SCHEDULE, SCHEDULE, SCHEDULE Common refrain, “I don't know why she is so freaked out about missing the Electrical/Framing schedule…we'll get the billing eventually!” Not realizing that the payroll bell rings EVERY month whether you bill or not In Ted Lasso, Danny says “Football Is Life”...in construction, “Schedule Is Life!” Weekly meetings don't have to be pointless, boring, worthless, and a waste of time… If they are consistent, agenda-driven, and leader-led…weekly meetings offer a consistency that your team craves! These are NOT project meetings…those are separate…these are business meetings that build clarity, focus, and camaraderie centered on the MISSION! Non-Negotiable Weekly Meetings (cue eye roll)  Invest with Communication The real crisis of our day is not all of the things we think exist from the cable news tapes…the real crisis is a crisis of compassion and empathy STORY: talking with the psychologist who said that young people now have the capability to show empathy without FEELING empathy STORY: 3 weeks ago a biz owner walks into our coaching time: Wife whose husband stole her money.  They showed AND felt empathy Reclaim the Face to face conversation Brene Brown wrote “People are hard to hate up close” HOW?  5 Question Check Ins at set times on set days Professor Sherry Turkle of MIT has written extensively for decades on the necessity of empathy.  What is her solution for the crisis of empathy we find ourselves in? Invest with Compassion and Empathy We must go back to the fundamentals, we must invest in people, and in order to grow in the post-COVID reality, we must…   3. Trail A Mentor   Bill Gates famously said, “Everyone needs a coach!”     Eric Schmidt, former Chair of Google said the same thing I have a business coaching group I am a participant of weekly, a psychologist monthly, and a speaker coach, two wisdom mentors I meet with 4 times per year, and two guys locally that we meet together for breakfast about 25 times per year Right now… …And I'm a professional coach! Mentor: (find someone who has a different perspective and who is farther along that you) Everyone needs a coach, because everyone is broken…just admit it! At the height of their game: Ronaldo still has coaches, Simoan Biles has coaches, Serena Williams has coaches, Tom Brady has coaches, Lebron James has coaches.   (PAUSE) - Who is someone further along than you, who is actively mentoring, pushing you right now? FINAL STORY: Sitting w/ the APD team.  Nicole's biggest win…the OWNER being away from the business for 7 straight days with little to no check in.  That was NICOLE's BIG WIN! Tim and the APD team have spent the last few years getting FIT: focusing on the Fundamentals, Investing In People, and Trailing Mentors…   And a distraction-free picture from the Mountains of N. Carolina is the outcome… THAT's punching chaos in the mouth and setting yourself up for growth in the NEW post-COVID reality. ACTION: Which of the 3, needs to be your 1st priority after you get out of your seat?   Fundamentals?  Invest In People? Trail A Mentor If you want to test your business fitness, go to mybusinessonpurpose.com/healthy

Roar of the Lions UK | A British Detroit Lions Podcast
College Football Podcast- Episode 26

Roar of the Lions UK | A British Detroit Lions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 168:30


After a brief hiatus to take in the crazy amount of activity between the Combine, Bowl Games, and Pro-Days, Ryan and Antony return with the College Football Podcast This episode we take a look back at the NFL Combine and discuss some of the winners and losers of the fabled workout! We also track the Lions as Pro-Day season begins to see where they are going and who they may be looking at and we also take a look at the latest Lions news and draft chatter! Join us for all this and more as we head back to College! If you like the Pod, don't forget to drop us a 5-star rating on your podcast provider. Explicit Language is in this Podcast. Facebook page: @Roarothelionsuk Facebook group: Detroit Lions Fans UK One Pride World Wide Twitter: @ROTL_UK Instagram: @ROTL.UK Twitch: rotl_uk YouTube: Roar Of The Lions UK Website: Roarofthelionsuk.com

Gregath & Hooks
3/3/22 H2 S3: Dennis Dodd says it's bowl game or bust for Frost this season

Gregath & Hooks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 6:10


Gavin Dawson
WOULD YOU PLAY IN A BOWL GAME? - GBAG OF THE DAY

Gavin Dawson

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 15:36


Dynasty HeatSeekers
Is Matt Corral still a first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft after a bowl-game ankle sprain?

Dynasty HeatSeekers

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 4:53


The RotoHeat rookie profile and NFL outlook for upcoming rookie quarterback Matt Corral who is set to be drafted in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Hot Take From the Kitchen
Episode #102: Matt Stafford Finally Gets His Ring, Coach Howard asks what does the 5 Fingers Say to the Face?, and NBA All-Star Weekend (and Steve fixes NFL Pro Bowl game, find out which!

Hot Take From the Kitchen

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 53:43


That's right Lions fans! Our beloved (at least by Brad & Steve) QB went to another team and won the whole damn thing. We talk about what punishment should Coach Howard receive, the amazing Steph Curry and NBA All-Star weekend. While we are there we discuss what's wrong with these all star games and Steve gives his idea for the NFL Pro-Bowl. We answer all the questions from the Ask Us Anything, and round the episode out with our Top 5 Man-Crushes.

KSL Unrivaled
Early look at BYU, Utah bowl games

KSL Unrivaled

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 10:44


Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell take a look at some way-too-early college football bowl projections which has BYU in the Hawaii Bowl for its last year of independence. Follow UnRivaled onTwitter,InstagramandFacebook for more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This or That
Super Bowl...Game or Snacks?

This or That

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 44:01


Super Bowl here for the game or snacks? We discuss all things Super Bowl minus the actual football game …. Because that's what sisters do 

Bears Barroom Radio Network
Draft On Tap | Senior and Shrine Bowl Games

Bears Barroom Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 115:20


Danny Shimon and Niel Stopczynski evaluate players who played in the college all=star games that the Chicago Bears might be interested in and some they believe the Bears should stay away from.

Crime in Sports
#291 - Bleaching Away The Rough Spots - The Inflammableness of Terrell "T-Sizzle" Suggs

Crime in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 173:29


This week, we check out a very successful NFL player, who has a history of doing some dumb, and some just plain strange things, over the last 20 years. A brawl before the draft, an absolutely awful driving record, and some seriously wild accusations at home. He's been accused of hitting, throwing bleach on, and even dragging a woman from a car. Then, he got married to that woman. His off the field activities are as crazy as his on the field activities are successful. A huge, arcing mess!! Be a legendary NFL champion, pour bleach on people who live in your home, and then make a movie about it with Terrell "T-Sizzle" Suggs!! Check us out, every Tuesday! !We will continue to bring you the biggest idiots in sports history!!  Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman  Donate at... patreon.com/crimeinsports or with paypal.com using our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com  Get all the CIS & STM merch at crimeinsports.threadless.com  Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things CIS & STM!!  Contact us on... twitter.com/crimeinsports crimeinsports@gmail.com facebook.com/Crimeinsports instagram.com/smalltownmurder

Football News & Knowledge
WE ARE BACK!!! Super Bowl Game Prediction With A CoNsPiRaCy ThEoRy

Football News & Knowledge

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2022 23:44


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Wally Show Podcast
The Super-Duper Super Bowl Game: February 11, 2022

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Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 41:33


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Microshare: Unleash the Data
Manifest Density - Episode 53 - Dennis Owens - The local politics of the pandemic

Microshare: Unleash the Data

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 27:48


The local politics of the pandemic Dennis Owens of ABC 27, a local Pennsylvania news network, joins us this week on Manifest Density. Michael and Dennis discuss the many ways COVID has changed everything in Pennsylvania, where Dennis covers the statehouse for a living. Guest bio: Since 1993, Dennis has been a part of the ABC27 team and he's played many roles at the station. He began as a weekend sports anchor under legendary Sports Director Gregg Mace. In that position, he reported on Super Bowls, World Series, Bowl Game, NASCAR races and Spring Training baseball, and Penn State football. But he's most proud of co-creating Friday Night Football, a show that still airs and showcases the athletes, cheerleaders and bands that make Friday nights special across Central Pennsylvania. In 1999, Dennis switched to news and co-anchored Live at Five, which spotlighted his ability to connect with viewers and the community. Whether it was jumping out of airplanes, attending the local fair, or learning to make Easter eggs, Dennis' warmth and personality and his love of the Midstate were always on display. Dennis also answered the call to the anchor desk. First with Valerie Pritchett at 7 pm and then Alicia Richards at 6 pm. But Dennis is also a passionate story teller and journalist. He has been nominated for more than 70 Regional Emmy Awards, winning 15, including Best Anchor in the Mid-Atlantic Region. He has also won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for his reporting on the influence of lobbyists in Harrisburg. He is a familiar face at the State Capitol and one of the most respected television reporters on that beat. His state government reports appear daily on several stations across the commonwealth. He is also the host and co-producer of This Week in Pennsylvania, the only statewide political talk show in PA. His guests include, governors, senators, congressmen and women, and a who's-who of political powerbrokers in Pennsylvania. Dennis is a Philadelphia native and LaSalle University graduate. The eternal optimist, he is a proud fan of Philly sports, as painful as that can be. He and his family reside in Cumberland County, outside Harrisburg.   - Subscribe to DataStream: the Microshare Newsletter - View our LinkedIn page -  Contact Us   Episode transcript: The transcription of this episode is auto generated by a third-party source. Microshare takes every precaution to insure that the content is accurate, errors can occur. Microshare, Inc.  is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. Michael Moran: [00:00:00] This is manifest density. Hello, everyone, and welcome to this latest edition of Manifest Density, your host Michael [00:00:08][7.7] Michael Moran: [00:00:08] Moran here to explore [00:00:09][0.7] Michael Moran: [00:00:09] the intersection of COVID 19 global business and society. They just have to say Brown, J-just past and have we all been living Groundhog Day for these last two years? Appropriately enough, my guest today is a journalist from Groundhog Day Spiritual Home, Pennsylvania. Dennis owns Dennis, is the capital reporter in Harrisburg, which is the state capital for ABC. 27. Did I get that right, Dennis? [00:00:40][30.2] Dennis Owens: [00:00:40] You absolutely did. I have covered Groundhogs Day in Punxsutawney a couple of times in my career. [00:00:45][5.1] Michael Moran: [00:00:46] Well, that's wonderful. And I think pretty much everybody, thanks to Bill Murray as an idea of what exactly packed ceremony, very authentic. So with no further ado, Dennis, welcome to this podcast! As everyone would know, this is brought to you by the global smart building in ESG data company Microshare. Unleash the data as they say, but I want to jump right in and unleash you, Dennis. We're going to talk really about Covid's impact on local politics, and when I say local for our international audience, I'm talking about state level politics in the United States and specifically the state of Pennsylvania, which you've probably noticed is a pretty important electoral state and one which has a very interesting demographic split between all sorts of industrial and service workers and wealthy suburbs of various cities like Billy, but also real, some real farmland and mountain regions. So it's kind of a little country in and of itself. But before we get to that, Dennis, I want to ask how did you end up in Harrisburg, the state capital? And what was your route into broadcast journalism? [00:01:56][70.2] Dennis Owens: [00:01:57] Well, I'm a Philadelphia native. I went to LaSalle College and in those days, not to sound like biblical in those days, but it was as far as broadcast journalism is concerned, it was an effort to go. It might as well have been biblical times. You had to go to a smaller market to get your start. I went to Bakersfield, California, which is a small little rural place in the San Joaquin Valley. But as a Philly native and I was a sportscaster, by the way, and as a Philly native, I wanted to get back to the Northeast and the opportunity presented itself in Harrisburg. I took it, came back here thinking I'd be in Harrisburg for one or two years and then maybe get to Baltimore, Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, get to one of the bigger markets. But while here I found a couple of things one, I liked the area and two within my station, I began to do different things. So they promoted me five o'clock anchor, where we did a light and lively show. I would jump out of airplanes and race cars, live on television, and then became the Six O'Clock news anchor and capital reporter. So I'm kind of the equivalent if I can use a sports analogy to the utility infielder that can kind of play lots of different positions, which I would do live football games and then also moderate political debates, whatever it is the station needs. And as I looked up on Groundhogs Day, I've been here now in May. It will be 29 years, but I'm I'm kind of a unicorn in the sense of a television. State politics reporter. I also anchor what state politics is a kind of a black hole in the journalism industry. So lots of people cover national politics, of course, big cities, people cover big city politics and in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh. But most people don't even know what state politics really does. And the irony there is it impacts their everyday life. I'm also a host of the only statewide political talk show this week in Pennsylvania, and every week we have to get newsmakers from across from across the state. Two weeks ago, we had a governor. We've had U.S. senators, congressmen. Basically, politicos in that show airs across Pennsylvania, which for those of your viewers. Not only is Pennsylvania home to Three Mile Island, which I know you're international viewers will remember, but it's kind of radioactive politically because the the U.S. Senate may hang in the balance this year. That is who controls the US Senate. And we have a Republican senator by the name of Pat Toomey, who is retiring. It is an open seat and it is a free for all in this state as people try to take that state they have already spent. Now is in May, the general elections in November. But number of candidates in the Senate race alone have already spent $15 million. Add that the seat is up for grabs and lots of people are trying to grab it. [00:04:47][169.7] Michael Moran: [00:04:48] Well, Dennis, I want to extend the sports analogy just a bit that warmed my heart. Your Bakersfield sojourn. I came out of newspapers in the back in the day. Newspapers looked a lot like the American. Baseball system, there were minor league, there was a level it's exactly right. And I went to the Sarasota Herald Tribune and then I went to the St. Petersburg Times, which was kind of a AAA, and I always wondered what if I'd stayed at one of those places? They're really wonderful newspapers and places to stay, but I ended up getting sucked into the vortex of Washington and then international news. But that's for another day for our listeners who aren't familiar. Another reason state politics in America state capital politics is so important is because these are the people who draw the lines that determine where the districts that people represent are actually located. The Republican Party over the last several decades has been extremely successful in capturing statehouses, even in competitive states like Pennsylvania. And so that's another level of relevance for those of you overseas are going, Why should I care? [00:05:55][67.1] Dennis Owens: [00:05:56] Well, and and there's great intrigue right now in Pennsylvania. But our conversation is timely because on this very day when we taped this on February 4th, we the Legislative Reapportionment Commission is set to release its maps of where the State House and Senate boundaries are. It is likely headed for the state Supreme Court, which interestingly enough, though the Legislature is controlled and dominated by Republicans, and as you said, the last couple of times they've redrawn boundaries, both congressional and state. It's basically been controlled by Republicans. Republicans had the governor's office, the Legislature and the Supreme Court. While the the worm has turned, as they say, the governor here is Democrat and the state Supreme Court is five to two Democrat. And if the groups can't come to an agreement on how to draw the lines, they end up in the Supreme Court, and that is likely for both the maps, even though there was a lot of talk for a year. It's a small it's like one of my favorite scenes from movie Austin Powers is when there's a guy on a steamroller moving at half a mile an hour, and Austin Powers is about 100 feet in front of him and is acting as if he's about to be run over by a speeding train and never gets out of the way. Well, we know reapportionment happens every 10 years. This time it was quote unquote supposed to be different because of the public input and transparency. And the fact of the matter is they're going to get drawn by the Supreme Court in both levels, and that's going to happen here in the next couple of weeks. [00:07:19][83.0] Michael Moran: [00:07:20] And so we're seeing we see this playing out across the United States. The idea that some nonpartisan panel could draw these up is is a nonsense. These days, there's no such thing as nonpartisan in this country anymore, anyway, no more political stuff in that regard. I want to get to the COVID aspect here. Now you take this atmosphere of partizanship and competition and high stakes. You stir in a global pandemic. That's what's happened in every country, in the world and in every state in the United States. We talked a little briefly before the podcast about how Pennsylvania has has seen this incredible effect that the pandemic has had on its politics and its citizens. What's the what's the big picture? How does how has COVID affected the job you have to do and the the politics of your state? [00:08:16][55.7] Dennis Owens: [00:08:16] Well, there is a bitter fight, a bitter divide over COVID. We have, as I mentioned, a Republican legislature and a Democratic governor. I would venture to guess that Pennsylvania was one of the more restrictive states during coronavirus. Governor Wolf ordered a number of shut downs. He ordered businesses shut down and ordered his Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary to decide which businesses were quote unquote essential and which were nonessential. And this just rankled Republicans. They gave them all. They had grace for a couple of weeks in the first couple of weeks of pandemic. We don't know what's going on. Let's let's figure it out. But as restaurants were shut down and told that you have to know, for instance, the minutia and the rules where you cannot serve food at the bar, you must wear masks into a restaurant. But then, of course, people mask off at the table. There's lots of rules that people question the logic of them, and Republicans got increasingly upset with the shutdowns, and I remember doing some stories and you'll agree. So the mom and pop flower shop in May was shut down, not allowed to do business, even though they said, Hey, we can arrange flowers and deliberate steps. You're shut down. You're not deemed essential. But yet, Lowe's and Home Depot are selling flowers at Mother's Day at a record clip. And clearly, this frustrated Republicans and there were mask mandates and school shutdowns. And so they put a constitutional amendment before the voters the Republican Legislature did. And to do that, it's now no easy process. You have to pass the same identical bill in two consecutive sessions. On the ballot for people to vote on, and they did that and the basically it was. Should emergency powers only last for 21 days and after 21 days? Does the governor have to come to the Legislature to get approval to continue the emergency declaration that is allowing him to shut things down? And that passed overwhelmingly. I think people were frustrated at the shutdown. Rightly or wrongly, the governor was the face of of the shutdowns. And I know, you know, the restaurant lobby, which was the restaurant folks were crushed. I mean, they lost business, they lost employees. People were out of work. It was just a very difficult thing and it was a very clear and visible dividing line between Republicans and Democrats. I remember Republicans had a number of rallies on the steps of the Capitol open pay rallies and of course, you know, people not wearing masks. And a local state senator rose to a degree of prominence on a number of fronts. This is one of them. The shutdowns are resisting. The shutdowns and mandates was one of them. Senator Doug Mastriano is running for governor as we speak as a Republican. He also furthered the concept that the election of 2020 was stolen. He is a friend of Donald Trump. He led bus tour bus loads of people down to the rally that ultimately became the riot of January 6th. Well, he has risen to prominence here in Pennsylvania. Many people think he's one of the favorites in the Republican side to. And polls suggest that too, by the way, to win the Republican nomination to run for governor. So there was tension between our governor, the Democratic governor and the Republican Legislature. All along the the pandemic only exacerbated it. He vetoed another bill yesterday. I have jokingly called him Uncle Vito as an Vito is the most. He has done more vetoes than any governor in recent history as Republicans tried to do things. And he shuts down, and that's why they have done an end run around him with a number of constitutional amendments. [00:11:59][222.7] Michael Moran: [00:12:02] And if there was I mean, Pennsylvania was also a kind of hot spot spot for the vote counting controversy that followed the election in 2020. But let me just take a break a moment and we're going to come right back to you to hear from our sponsor. Let's hold that thought while we take a second to pay the bills. We'll be right back. [00:12:21][19.7] Ad: [00:12:22] Manifest density is brought to you by Microshare, offering turnkey smart facility solutions for the COVID 19 era. Microshare enables global businesses to get back to work quickly and safely locks in resilience for the long run. Learn more at Microshare Dorado. [00:12:36][13.8] Michael Moran: [00:12:40] OK, I'm back with Dennis Owens, who is an ABC 27 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, anchor and host of several different programs, but mostly his expertize is covering state politics from Harrisburg, the state capital. Dennis, I know there have been a lot of very, very passionate debates over various aspects of the reaction from governments to COVID, the state legislature in Pennsylvania, like many. Weighed the idea of giving businesses a blanket liability protection if they basically used the job that people had as leverage and made them come back to work or be fired. Where has that landed in Pennsylvania? Because that's been something that has been very draconian in some states and in others, they've taken a very labor friendly approach. What's Pennsylvania? [00:13:34][54.5] Dennis Owens: [00:13:35] Well, Republicans in the Legislature certainly supported it. The governor vetoed it, so it passed and the governor vetoed it, and he felt people should be able to exercise their right to sue. He didn't want to take that away from anyone. And of course, Republicans complained that he is beholden to the trial lawyers here in Pennsylvania, and they are one of his largest contributors, and he didn't want to do anything that would upset them. So taking away people's ability to sue is not something that would sit well with either the trial bar or with with the governor. And I guess he envisioned companies making people work, getting sick, dying and then and then not being held accountable. So of course, the Republican side of that or the supporters side of that is we need to get back to work. We need to get people back to work. And it's not our fault. There's a pandemic. And you know, I think what will be interesting, Mike and I know your journalist and I think the story that's out there to be done and I haven't seen it be done yet. And now that we have about a two year data collection of this pandemic, I wonder about the top five restrictive states in America and Pennsylvania may very well be one of them and the least five restrictive states in America. And what's their deaths per 100000? Because I have a feeling two years out, two years into this pandemic? I don't know that there's going to be a great difference. I don't know. I'd like to see the data. I think it's a great story and I think it should be done. It's a story that should be done because it's it will it will help guide future pandemics. And do you shut down or do you just protect the vulnerable populations in nursing homes or the vulnerable populations? [00:15:17][102.3] Michael Moran: [00:15:18] There has been some data on that. I mean, the the the thing that has confounded the epidemiology community is that the the data isn't consistent. So, you know, California's numbers are not appreciably better than those in Texas or Florida, where they've taken a very libertarian view toward masks and where you have a much higher population of people who are who are unwilling to be vaccinated. But but the interesting numbers are not so much. The infection rates, which are very inconsistent, but the death rates and those have begun to conform to what you would expect because Delta and Omicron deceits my own analysis. I'm not an epidemiologist. I just play went on the on a podcast. But good luck with that. Yeah, but the the two variants that have been most prevalent the last six months have been have been shown to be resisted pretty well in terms of serious illness by vaccines. So now you're starting to see some of what we expected that people who didn't get vaccinated did actually suffer more. And so now you're seeing that like the southeast, where there's very low, low vaccination rates. And you know, there are death tolls are climbing, but you have to also throw into numbers like that something like New Jersey, the densest state in the country, also very restrictive. But they've got seven million people, 7.5 million, maybe even eight packed into a space the size of a Colorado county. Right. So so you can't look at these numbers as well. [00:17:07][109.0] Dennis Owens: [00:17:08] Zero. And you also have places like Florida and California where the people can be outside more than in the Northeast, for instance, and that might. But that's why I'm saying two years in, you've had a couple of seasons. And and what's the data telling us? Because I suspect. I don't know that there's a bit of difference between the ones that were Uber shut down states and the ones that weren't. And if that's the case. Dot, dot, dot. And I'm not saying it is because I don't have the numbers in front of me, but if that is the case, you know, maybe the next time we're less shut down happy and more protect the people specifically, they need to be protected. [00:17:41][33.7] Michael Moran: [00:17:42] Well, that's what's happening in Europe. Of course. Now Europe has started to lift restrictions completely, and [00:17:48][5.5] Dennis Owens: [00:17:48] that's what Denmark did. [00:17:49][0.9] Michael Moran: [00:17:50] The theory behind that is, OK, we're we've we've tried to defeat this the way the Chinese did and anybody's watching the Olympics. It's like it's like an epidemiological tyranny. But if you look at Europe right now, what they've decided is, OK, remember that term herd immunity? That's where we're going. We have to do it because this thing's not going away until we get there. And that's the new U.K. law that basically removed all restrictions that seems to be happening now across continental Europe. [00:18:19][29.0] Dennis Owens: [00:18:19] So and I and I have three school age kids, including a daughter in high school and right after the Christmas break, like everybody had it, it was a cold. My one son had it. He became an Xbox champion in the several days he had to stay home. But it was not as bad as previous illnesses and colds he has had to have. Herd immunity means that for a moment I should note my kids are Vaxart and boosted, which is rare for underage people in this country. But because the booster were only about a third of adults and much lower than that on kids. But if for the vaccine and boosted it means a cold herd immunity, we move on. That sounds like a good deal to me. [00:19:00][40.6] Michael Moran: [00:19:01] Yep, and my little herd is also immune by that definition. Thank you. So I will get to the next question in just a second, but I want to hold that thought and hear from one of our many sponsors. [00:19:13][12.7] Ad: [00:19:16] Manifest density is brought to you by Microshare, offering turnkey smart facility solutions for the COVID 19 era. Microshare enables global businesses to get back to work quickly and safely locks in resilience for the long run. Learn more at Microshare Dorado. [00:19:31][14.2] Michael Moran: [00:19:32] OK, I am back with Dennis Owen's broadcast journalist and state politics expert. He focuses at ABC 27 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on the Pennsylvania politics, and we're talking about COVID 19 and how that has roiled politics. Now, Dennis, you as a state politics reporter, I hope you're not one of these people. Like those who go to Washington who never, ever again sees an actual human being, only sees people who are politicians and their aides and flacks and and lobbyists. All these things we've been talking about have been we're viewing through the kind of prism of the debate in a state legislature. But what's the how is all of this kind of filtering out into the populous in Pennsylvania? What what kind of vibe are you getting about how people are feeling about this and how that's affecting the prospects of Democrats and Republicans for the next election? [00:20:28][56.0] Dennis Owens: [00:20:29] Well, again, I think there is there has been a great divide. You had Republicans and Trump Republicans specifically that were resisting, shall we say, some of the science of the masks and the shutdowns and saying that's government overreach and tyranny. And Democrats, it seemed to be more going along with the idea of masks. The city of Philadelphia, for instance, which is heavily democratic, still has lots of of shutdowns. And I just saw the Inquirer today suggesting that that's going to last for a couple of months more. I think Pennsylvania is like the rest of the country, though I've not been in the rest of the country, is pretty much tired of this whole thing. There's been obviously fits and starts. There's been times when you think it was over. You know, think about it in. In June of last year, the state statewide, there were about hundred and four cases of just infections statewide. By January, that number is seven thousand a day. So, you know, you think it's over, it's not over. Here comes back. I think what I said is the hope for result of hopefully everybody gets a cold, we get herd immunity and this thing is mostly put in the rearview mirror. I think that's what Denmark basically said last week. They said, we're putting it in the same category as the flu. I think that's the hope sooner rather than later. But again, I think in democratic areas, it's it's still mask up and maintain distance. Maybe stay in the house and not go to that Super Bowl party that you might want to otherwise go to. As for the it's interesting because I just reported literally right before I came on this podcast that because some question about it. Last year, Gov. Wolf gave his budget address virtually first time in the history of Pennsylvania. We've been doing these things since the 7500 year. Obviously, they weren't going to do virtual in seventeen hundreds, but for the first time ever, a budget address was not before the General Assembly. This year, he is going to go back to it and it's Tuesday. The budget address is this Tuesday, and he will go back to doing it in person. Another fight that's happening is last year, the legislation put $7 billion aside from federal money to use it for the future. While the future is now and the governor saying he wants to spend it, and the Republicans are saying, Well, we don't really have $7 billion, we don't have that money. It's already been accounted for. If we just do this standard spending we're expected to spend between now and that money runs out in December 31st of 2024. So there is no front on which there isn't a fight going on between the Republican lawmakers and the Democratic governor and Democrats. [00:22:58][148.7] Michael Moran: [00:22:59] And so much of it revolves around COVID. So that that's a perfect lead in to that last question I have for you. It's kind of a double question because we're running out of time here on manifest density. The future is now here to Dennis. So you you have a job that is traditionally very much a kind of button holing handshaking, Hey, how are you doing, John? What's going on in there type of job? You know, you have to interact with people. And then, of course, you know, you're always the desire, at least, is to stand in front of the statehouse and do a piece to the camera while you're reporting. And how is COVID? And the pandemic itself affected the day to day of being a reporter in a major state capital? [00:23:44][44.7] Dennis Owens: [00:23:45] Well, on the one hand, I will be completely candid with you. I have flannel pajama bottoms, a shirt, tie and jacket on for this Zoom interview, though you didn't get the camera to work. But Zoom Zoom has opened things up because for this week in Pennsylvania, for instance, I have to interview newsmakers to get them to come into the studio, as I used to have to do for a Friday three o'clock taping was very difficult. They're out of town on Friday, so it limited now with a Zoom. I can get some of the biggest names on Zoom and the Good. The thing about Zoom that everybody has gone to Zoom is that the viewers now accept it and I'm going to zoom before pandemic. People would say it looks like crap that sounds like you can't do that, but now everybody accepts it. [00:24:28][43.0] Michael Moran: [00:24:29] You remember the Blair Witch Project Project? [00:24:31][2.4] Dennis Owens: [00:24:32] Oh, yeah, yeah, exactly. [00:24:33][0.8] Michael Moran: [00:24:34] And I was still in broadcast when that came out, and it suddenly all these kind of really slick, high production value producers were going, We need a shaky camera. I think is because it looked supposedly authentic. [00:24:45][11.8] Dennis Owens: [00:24:46] So if we can find them, a shaky camera is called Get a photographer from the market. No. One thirty four who hasn't learned the craft yet. It's, you know, it's it's kind of funny. But but on the other hand, the negative the downside to your point, and it is getting a little bit better as the capital return starts to turn for rhythm. People are coming back, but so much of what I get is like I'll walk through the capital and talk to nine people and have seven stories in the process of those conversations that don't really happen when somebody is on a zoom with you. I mean, they'll give you a soundbite and they'll talk to you about a story. But the real the real news is gathered people to people, as you accurately pointed out, and the people just haven't been here for the most part. But as I said, the swallows are returning to the to the to the State House a bit. I do see things getting better as we head toward the spring. [00:25:37][51.0] Michael Moran: [00:25:39] OK, so we're going to mix that metaphor with Capistrano and Punxsutawney. [00:25:42][3.1] Dennis Owens: [00:25:44] It's much nicer in Capistrano. I've been to both, but Punxsutawney has a charm one day of the year, but it's usually a pretty chilly on February 2nd. But almost everybody in attendance has some liquid warmth, if you know what I'm saying. [00:25:58][13.5] Michael Moran: [00:26:00] All right. Well, I'm going to start to wrap it up here. Dennis, this has been a really fascinating conversation. How would people other than obviously those of you in the Harrisburg metropolitan area who can watch Dennis on television and perhaps across Pennsylvania? But beyond that, that area, how would people follow what you do and the work that's going on and Pennsylvania politics? [00:26:21][21.6] Dennis Owens: [00:26:22] Real simple. Thank you for the opportunity this week in Pennsylvania. Dot com. That's my weekly politics show. ABC 27 dot com is my station that I work for, and my work is on there. And then I am a the only social media avail myself to really heavily is Twitter. It's Owens underscore ABC. Twenty seven. [00:26:42][20.3] Michael Moran: [00:26:44] OK. Dennis, and I'm going to remind people that they can learn more about our sponsor Microshare and how it has helped to get the world safely back to work, ever smoked solutions, boost efficiency, enable cost savings and bring safety and reassurance to the people inside your buildings. You can learn more about every smart air clean, every smart space in a whole other suite of products on the Microshare website. That's WW w microshare down there, and you can subscribe to Manifest Density or download it onto Google Play. I talk radio Spotify or complain about it. We like comments that go for it, but it's available on a number of audio platforms that I didn't mention, and that will pretty much do it for this week. On behalf of Microshare and all of its global employees, this is Michael Moran thanking Dennis Owens again and saying so long. Be well and thank you for listening. [00:26:44][0.0] [1564.8]    

Sharp & Benning
Feb 7 Seg 3 The Pro Bowl Game

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Play Like A Jet: New York Jets
Episode 1,266 - 2022 Senior Bowl Game Recap & NFL Draft Stock Report w/Luke Grant

Play Like A Jet: New York Jets

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 35:10


Scott Mason talks with Playlikeajet.com film and draft analyst Luke Grant to recap the 2022 Senior Bowl and discuss whose stock went up and down as a result of what happened in the game! Luke shares his thoughts on who stood out on the National and American teams, players from both teams who could be targets at key positions, which players helped and hurt their draft stock during the game, who on each roster would be an ideal fit for the Jets, and much more! Check out the Play Like A Jet store and get your BRAND NEW "Zach Says Go Long" shirt (artwork courtesy of the incredible _@canibefrank on instagram) RIGHT NOW! Hoodies, hats, mugs, etc..... also available! Check out the Play Like A Jet YouTube channel featuring a BRAND NEW breakdown of Northern Iowa OT Trevor Penning and whether he would be a good fit for the Jets' offense courtesy of Luke Grant and subscribe to the channel if you haven't already! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSkrpU56dcQ&t=3s To advertise on Play Like A Jet, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com/PlayLikeAJet or email Overtime@AdvertiseCast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Awesemo NFL DFS & Fantasy Football
NFL DFS Pro Bowl Game Preview | DraftKings & FanDuel

Awesemo NFL DFS & Fantasy Football

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 55:02


Awesemo's team of NFL daily fantasy football experts have everything you need to prepare you to make the most out of your NFL DFS lineups. Today Matt Gajewski and Matt Savoca will host the Pro Bowl NFL Daily Fantasy Strategy Show, identifying the best plays of the game. The guys will break down the daily fantasy slates on DraftKings and FanDuel, analyze pricing and find the best picks for your daily fantasy football lineups. Then Greg Ehrenberg and Terry McBride will hop on for the FanUp NFL Contest stream. Tune in to get all the best picks for your daily fantasy contests.With New York betting going live, check out Alex Baker's KEY Strategy to Unlock MAX New York Sports Book Betting Bonus Offers: https://www.awesemo.com/odds/make-money-sports-betting-onilne-mobile-bonus-promos-in-new-york-ny-2022/Get ONE FREE MONTH of Awesemo+ Platinum & up to a $100 deposit bonus when you sign up and make a deposit at PrizePicks http://awese.moe/PrizePicksPlatinumFollow @AwesemoNFL on Twitter here: http://awese.moe/AwesemoNFL Data-Driven NBA Bets: http://awese.moe/ShopNBA Data-Driven NFL Bets: http://awese.moe/ShopNFL Subscribe to our Fantasy Football channel http://awese.moe/FFSub Subscribe to our Sports Betting channel http://awese.moe/OddsSub Get access to exclusive Awesemo promos, giveaways, and featured content for FREE by joining our daily newsletter: https://www.awesemo.com/email/Awesemo's NFL DFS Strategy, Picks, & ToolsNFL Home Page: https://www.awesemo.com/nfl/NFL DFS Podcasts: https://www.awesemo.com/podcast/NFL DFS Projections: https://www.awesemo.com/nfl/nfl-dfs-p...NFL DFS Rankings: https://www.awesemo.com/nfl/dfs-ranki...NFL DFS Ownership Projections: https://www.awesemo.com/nfl/nfl-owner...NFL DFS Top Stacks: https://www.awesemo.com/nfl/dfs-top-s...NFL Data Central: https://www.awesemo.com/nfl/nfl-data-...NFL DFS Showdown Top Plays: https://www.awesemo.com/nfl/awesemos-...NFL Betting Picks: https://www.awesemo.com/odds/nfl-bett...#NFLDFS #ProBowl #DraftKings #FanDuel #FantasyFootball #FantasyFootballAdvice #NFLPlayoffs #DraftKingsNFL #FanDuelNFL #ProBowlPicks #ProBowlDFSMore Awesemo PlatformsYouTube | http://awese.moe/youtubeTwitter | @Awesemo_Com | http://awese.moe/TwitterInstagram | @Awesemo_Com | http://awese.moe/IGFacebook | @AwesemoCom | http://awese.moe/FBFacebook Group | http://awese.moe/FBgroupApple Podcasts | http://awese.moe/podSpotify | http://awese.moe/SpotifyTwitch | http://awese.moe/TwitchTikTok | http://awese.moe/TikTok

Washed Up Walkons
What Happens After The Bowl Game? | WUW 287

Washed Up Walkons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 66:14


Lots to discuss on this episode starting with a discussion around being a coach, Coach Parker tucking Kevin in to bed at night and telling him bedtime stories, and talk of simpler times when steroids were cool and people weren't as soft. We dive deeper into the Iowa drama that took place over the past weekend with David Porter, Jordan Lomax, and some more details from that conversation as well as our thoughts on how the media can turn opinion and why its tough when certain people have an agenda. We then get in too the question, what happens after the bowl game? do players go home with family, fly home with team? what are their expectations over that break period? And what are they coming back to when they return to Iowa City. We share some of our favorite winter conditioning memories and experiences and then finish with some discussion about the Hawks in the NFL playoffs.

Dale & Keefe
Gresh & Keefe - Reliving the Snow Bowl game for the Patriots and the Tuck Rule

Dale & Keefe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 40:55


Hour 4: Gresh and Keefe discuss some What If scenarios around the Tuck Rule before discussing the Snow Bowl game for the Patriots.

Steve Jones Show
Scarcella: Pay Players to Play Bowl Games

Steve Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 15:30


When asked about what changes to the system he'd make in college football, Reading Eagle's Rich Scarcella thinks players should be paid to play bowl games.

Giants Huddle - New York Giants
Giants Huddle | Draft Primer with Tony Pauline and Eric Crocker

Giants Huddle - New York Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 58:54


Tony Pauline of Pro Football Network and Eric Crocker of the Locked on NFL Draft podcast joins John Schmeelk to set the stage on the 2022 NFL Draft class. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Apple Spotify Google Stitcher iHeart Radio 2:14 Look at the quarterback class 11:05 Blue chip prospects in the class 14:23 Offensive Line 28:19 Impact of Bowl Games and Aidan Hutchinson 30:33 Rounding out the top ten - defense 42:53 Rounding out the top ten – offense 48:52 Overall depth and talent in the class

Big B Sports Talk
Big B Sportstalk Season 2 Ep3- BOWL GAMES AND OPT OUTS

Big B Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 8:23


With all of the college bowl games each year & players opting out has bowl season lost its relevance? At this time of year has it become about the individual player vs. the team? Big B will give his take in this episode & as always welcomes any input.

Why Not Sports w/D. Murph
S11 Finish What You Start

Why Not Sports w/D. Murph

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 76:29


This episode Murph & Big Roy welcomes Season 11 & spoke about Ben Roethlisberger potential last game in Heinz Field, why are some players and coaches opting out to participate in the Bowl Games and is the hardship exemption contracts being handed out for the NBA a good look? Has Murph been holding some things back about his college career? Tune In! Follow Big Roy: Twitter: @Roboi_25 Instagram: Roboi_25 Follow Murph: Twitter: @ItsDMurph Instagram: @ItsDMurph Follow WhyNotSports: Instagram: @WhyNotSports_ www.dmurphspeaks.com

Chasing the Natty: A College Football Fantasy Podcast
Episode 41 - Bowl Game Breakout Players, National Championship Preview - Chasing the Natty: A CFF Show

Chasing the Natty: A College Football Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 102:01


In this episode, Jared, and special guest, Andrew Katz, give you 10 players who broke out during bowl games to keep an eye on for CFF 2022. In addition, they bring you up to date on the transfer portal, which continues to burn hot! Finally, the two give their previews and expectations for the National Championship between Georgia and Alabama!Chasing the Natty is a long-forum College Football Fantasy sports show! Join Jared Palmgren and Xavier Hood as they look to analyze the college football landscape and determine how to win your fantasy leagues this fall!Timestamps:Intro - 0:01:01Transfer Portal News:0:06:43 - Caleb Williams0:13:35 - Mario Williams0:20:10 - Grant Wells0:25:45 - Jacob Cowing0:30:59 - Dillon Gabriel0:35:05 - John Rhys Plumlee0:38:40 - Zach Evans0:43:08 - Zach Calzada0:45:42 - Additional Transfer Names of InterestBowl Game Breakout Players:0:47:02 - Jaxon Smith-Njigba0:51:03 - Braydon Bennett0:57:10 - Ja'Corey Brooks0:59:39 - Jordan Mims1:04:12 - Noah Whittington1:08:32 - Donovan Smith1:11:30 - Lorenzo Styles Jr.1:15:45 - Marvin Harrison Jr.1:19:45 - Gavin Williams1:22:15 - Broc ThompsonNational Championship Discussion:1:27:30 - National Championship DiscussionOutro - 1:39:23Email: ctn.fantasyfootball@gmail.comEmail 2: cffjared@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter:https://twitter.com/CFF_Jaredhttps://twitter.com/CFF_XavierFollow us on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3EdFkDN...Follow us on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chasing-the-natty-a-college-football-fantasy-podcast/id1557043581

BSN Colorado Rockies Podcast
The Kay-Rod Show and tracking Baseball HOF votes w/ Drew Goodman

BSN Colorado Rockies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 68:35


A hodgepodge of topics takes us to all corners of the baseball world: Coors Field as a host site for a college football Bowl Game, the automated strike zone and its impact on the sport and the return of fans in 2021. Drew Goodman and Patrick also go in detail about the Michael Kay-Alex Rodríguez booth for ESPN Sunday Night Baseball and how former players successfully transition to broadcasting. We also surmise if knowing the day-by-day percentages for players on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot has been a good thing since it was first instituted nearly a decade ago. Is the suspense gone or is the meaningful conversation more important? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Codo’s Mojo
NFL Season Winding Down, NCAA Bowl Games, Clutch Demar, BIG 3, Fantastic and Bonehead Play of the Week

Codo’s Mojo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 77:46


With the NFL regular season coming to a close, that means playoffs are on the rise. An exciting college football season will end with a fun National Championship Game. Are the Chicago Bulls the real deal? In the end we'll finish with your BIG 3 NFL MVP Candidates and you Fantastic and Bonehead Play of the Week. 

Hooks & Runs
Ep. 81: Bowl Prediction and WAR Draft Results

Hooks & Runs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 25:57


This week, Craig and Rex score the 2021 Hooks & Runs Bowl Prediction and WAR Draft results and tackle other odds and ends in the sports world.  Hooks & Runs Website, TwitterCraig Estlinbaum on TwitterAndrew Eckhoff on MySpace (dead link)Rex von Pohl (Krazy Karl's Music Emporium) on FacebookOpening and closing music, "Caroline" by Craig Estlinbaum. Bumper music, "She Sways in the Wind," by Craig Estlinbaum. All rights reserved.This podcast and episode is copyrighted by Craig Estlinbaum, 2021, all rights reserved.    

The Purple Haze Podcast
#11 - Bowl Game Blunder, ECU Hoops Thriller over Tulane, and Baseball Preview!

The Purple Haze Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 50:10


In this episode, Jake and Josh discuss the disappointing way bowl season played out for the pirates, as well as our huge home win versus Tulane in basketball and a preview into the highly anticipated baseball season!

Home Visit with Tyler Siskey And The Associates
Bowl Games Recap and the CFP National Championship

Home Visit with Tyler Siskey And The Associates

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 53:22


Welcome to a new year of Home Visit with Tyler Siskey and The Associates! We hope you had a safe, wonderful holiday season. In this week's episode, Tyler Siskey is riding solo, recapping the most exciting bowl games of the season, plus talking about the big debate over players opting out of those final games. Siskey shares his solution to creating a better college football product by expanding the college football playoff. Is the coaching carousel over? One coach at a premier program is in a perplexing situation come January 16th; Siskey dives all into it. Lastly, the National Championship, a rematch between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Alabama Crimson Tide, Siskey shares his prediction on who will be the 2022 National Champions. Tyler Siskey and QwikRecruiting will be at the AFCA Coaches Convention in San Antonio this upcoming weekend and early next week. Come and say hi! Home Visit With Tyler Siskey and The Associates Twitter: @HomeVisitSiskeyHome Visit with Tyler Siskey and The Associates Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMWFvGK58SuYkAWfQN0L7FQQwikRecruiting: https://qwikrecruiting.com/Coaches interested in sending Game Film to QwikRecruiting: https://go.qwikrecruiting.com/send-film-infoCoaches email your prospect list to QwikRecruiting to film@qwikrecruiting.comInterested in making the switch to QwikCut? https://qwikcut.com

East Coast Gridiron Podcast
Episode 48: Should Players Opt Out of Bowl Games, SEC Natty, Antonio Brown

East Coast Gridiron Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 72:50


Players opting out of Bowl Games SEC Natty Antonio Brown

Hooks & Runs
Ep. 80 - Piano Legs, Sliding Billy, Piggy and Wahoo: Baseball's Oldest Records Pt. 2

Hooks & Runs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 54:23


This week Andrew and Craig (and Rex) revisit baseball's oldest records -- individual records that date to the 19th Century and are still standing. This week it's most stolen bases in a game, most consecutive at-bats reaching base safely, most career triples and most wild pitches in an inning. Plus, we inadvertently learn a little about Detroit's oldest suburb. In Chapter 2, the bowl season is increasingly in shambles thanks to COVID-19 and other sports are not unaffected which raises the question -- do MLB owners have any incentive to negotiate with COVID back on the march? Hooks & Runs Website, TwitterCraig Estlinbaum on TwitterAndrew Eckhoff on MySpace (dead link)Rex von Pohl (Krazy Karl's Music Emporium) on FacebookOpening and closing music, "Caroline" by Craig Estlinbaum. Bumper music, "She Sways in the Wind," by Craig Estlinbaum. All rights reserved.This podcast and episode is copyrighted by Craig Estlinbaum, 2021, all rights reserved.   

The Evil Mark Show
EMS | College Football Show #9 with Eric Stephens (PLAYOFF SEMI FINALS)

The Evil Mark Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 141:42


Mark is joined by Eric Stephens from the podcast File Under: Entertainment to discuss College Football. Playoffs?!? Playoffs!? You kidding me? It's the College Football Playoffs, LET'S GO!!! – Bowl Week Two in Review, Taco Thursday, Mark in Lockdown, EasyPost Wins the Hawaii Bowl, It Just Means 0 and 4 (SEC winless), Twitter Loves the Michigan Wolverines, Mayo Showers, Preparing for Georgia/Alabama Championship, More Ridiculous Bowl Sponsors, Sports Betting for Charity, COVID versus Bowl Games and every single bowl game this upcoming week. Alabama Crimson Tide are your plucky underdogs and More! #CFBPlayoff #CFB_Hype #BowlSponsers #RollTide Find show notes and more #EMS at evilmark.com Intro Music provided by Listen, Natalia - more music info here

What Did I Miss? with Michelle Beadle
Ari Wasserman talks College Playoffs, Prop Bets, and plays a Bowl.....Game of Past/Present/Future

What Did I Miss? with Michelle Beadle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 44:31


Ari Wasserman tells us everything you need to know about the College Playoffs this weekend and what potential prop bets that might be worth betting the house on…....don't bet your house.  Who Ari thinks has the best chances in the College Playoffs Hot Take: Nick Saben is THEE GOAT Coach Canceled Bowl Games Ari's Prop Bets  Paige joins to test Beadle and Ari's bowl game sponsors knowledge. If you're in Dallas, hit Ari Wasserman up because he says he needs a friend. Make sure you check out his show "STARS MATTER" IN THE ANDY STAPLES SHOW AND FRIENDS feed, as well as his four other shows.  Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe! See you all on Friday! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The NFL Rhodes Show with Lindsay Rhodes
The NFL Fan's Bowl Game Viewing Guide with Jim Nagy

The NFL Rhodes Show with Lindsay Rhodes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 42:49


On this episode on The NFL Rhodes Show, Executive Director of the Reese's Senior Bowl Jim Nagy gives us the guide on who to watch for in the Senior Bowl and Bowl games leading up to the NFL Draft. All the top QB's at the college level including Matt Corral, Malik Willis and Kenny Pickett will be participating in the Senior Bowl. How do we evaluate them? How will the extra year of NCAA eligibility help the later rounds of the 2022 NFL draft? Is opting out of Bowl games still a stigma? Who's the top pass rusher of this draft class Aidan Hutchinson or Kayvon Thibodeaux? Also, which emerging NFL star is every team looking for?

The Up Tempo podcast
A breakdown of The New Years 6 bowl games

The Up Tempo podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 65:23


Co host Dalton Garrett dives into the Florida program & then we discuss and give our predictions on the New Years 6 bowl games--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blake-lane/support

Dan Siegel Show
Bowl Game Previews: Part I

Dan Siegel Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 30:00


Dan (@ACContent__) and Jason (@Pypeline_) preview: Military Bowl First Responder Bowl Holiday Bowl Fenway Bowl Pinstripe Bowl Discord Link: https://discord.gg/8xVSFzhW

The Purple Haze Podcast
#10 - National Signing Day, Scouting Reports, and Final Bowl Game Predictions!

The Purple Haze Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 68:59


In this episode, we talk in depth on each commit that signed with ECU on National Signing Day and we give our final bowl game predictions!

Gambling State
College Football Bowl Game Lines – December 22-25, 2021

Gambling State

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 27:11


This week, BetPrep host Anthony Stalter of ESPN Radio welcomes PointsBet Head of Trading Jay Croucher, who shares the behind-the-scenes of how a U.S. bookmaker sets the lines for the college football bowl games on December 22-25, 2021. Lines include UCF vs. Florida, Memphis at Hawai'i, Missouri vs. Army, and more

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast
The Transfer Portal…N.I.L…And Players Who Opt Out Of Bowl Games?

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 38:33


The transfer portal and NIL have changed college football forever…The great coaches adapt…The average and bad coaches bitch

Hooks & Runs
Ep. 78 - The 2021 Bowl Preview w/ Amy Daughters

Hooks & Runs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 57:49


Author and college football writer (fbschedules.com) Amy Daughters (links below) joins Hooks & Runs this week for our annual bowl preview episode. We also discussed the realignment madness, Sam Houston State's move  to FBS and the busy coaching carousel. It goes without saying that the predictions are for entertainment purposes only, so wager at your own risk. Besides, basing your bowl game bets on what you hear in a baseball podcast is just God's way of telling you that you have too much money. In Chapter Two, a look back at "The Natural" (1984).Amy Daughters' websiteAmy Daughters on InstagramAmy Daughters on Twitter Hooks & Runs Website, TwitterCraig Estlinbaum on TwitterAndrew Eckhoff on Google+ (dead link)Rex von Pohl (Krazy Karl's Music Emporium) on FacebookOpening and closing music, "Caroline" by Craig Estlinbaum. Bumper music, "She Sways in the Wind," by Craig Estlinbaum. All rights reserved.This podcast and episode is copyrighted by Craig Estlinbaum, 2021, all rights reserved. 

Gambling State
College Football Bowl Game Lines – December 17-18, 2021

Gambling State

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 20:20


This week, BetPrep host Anthony Stalter of ESPN Radio welcomes PointsBet Senior Editor Teddy Greenstein, who shares the behind-the-scenes of how a U.S. bookmaker sets the lines for the college football bowl games on December 17-18, 2021. Lines include UAB vs. BYU, Utah State vs. Oregon State, Eastern Michigan vs. Liberty, and more

Fantasy Sports Quad-Cast
BOWL GAME MADNESS!!!

Fantasy Sports Quad-Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 46:09


Big Chef and Og Swanson go thru all the 21-22 Bowl games and give you our takes and picks! --- 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/fsqc/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fsqc/support

RoadRunners Unfiltered
2021 Season Epi. 16 - Bowl Game Preview

RoadRunners Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 33:48


Nic and Darrien preview UTSA's bowl game vs the San Diego State.

Mic'd Up
Should Players Play Bowl Games

Mic'd Up

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 68:50


Mello and BIg Country preview the historic Army vs Navy matchup this weekend and dive into the TNF game between the Steelers and Vikings. The boys also go over who they think has a good chance at a Super Bowl this year and who is just plain bad.

The Purple Haze Podcast
#9 - HOLTON'S STAYING! Bowl Game Preview, Houston Extension, and ECU Hoops!

The Purple Haze Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 77:07


In this episode, Jake and Josh tackle a lot of fun topics, including Holton's decision to stay at ECU, the Bowl Game matchup versus Boston College, Mike Houston's contract extension, ECU basketballs hot start, and more!

The Purple Haze Podcast
#8 - Cinci Breakdown, Bowl Game, QB Decision, and ECU Basketball!

The Purple Haze Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 61:47


In this episode, Jake and Josh dive into the tough, but encouraging loss to Cinci, the Military Bowl, our QB decision for next year, and the basketball team up to this point!

EURO BALLERS
WEEK #14

EURO BALLERS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 58:39


EURO BALLERS, ist der nächste Sport Podcast aus der Football Bromance Familie. In diesem Podcast dreht sich alles um die European League of Football, und wer wäre dafür besser qualifiziert als zwei Top Spieler von zwei der Top Teams aus der ELF : Hamburg Seas Devils Pass Rusher Kasim "Vollmaschine" Edebali und Linebacker Sebastian Silva Gomez von der Frankfurt Galaxy. In ihrer 15. Folge analysieren sie ihr Aufeinandertreffen am kommenden Sonntag im Finale der ELF, sprechen über den Mindset vor einem Bowl Game, den Unterschied in der Vorbereitung zwischen einem Regular Season Game, einem Playoff Game und einem Championship Game. In dieser Woche begrüßen sie bei "You ball we call" die Head Coaches der beiden im Finale stehenden Teams. Thomas Kösling der Frankfurt Galaxy und Andreas Nommensen der Hamburg Sea Devils. Ball Out! *Die Interviews mit beiden Head Coaches starten ab 36:03 Min.