Fantasy leagues are growing to include far more than just sports. In 2016, a group of friends decided to start betting on the reality TV show "The Bachelor". What started as a game has since grown into a mini-fantasy reality TV empire. Bracketology.tv co-founder Kaitlyn Hurley says the games have expanded to include "Survivor" and "Big Brother", with more shows on the way. In this episode, host Mike Rogers explores why we feel the need to add an element of intrigue to more shows and how fantasy reality TV and fantasy football have more similarities than it appears at first glance.
In this episode we pick up where we lkeft off working on another section of figuring out who the greatest horror movie villian is. Joining us is Jim Kee, John Rodriguez, Trevin Sandlin, Keely Tolly-Roen and Jim Hensley, (WHO by the way is celebrating a bithday TODAY!!!!!( We had a lot of fun screwing around and making this episode. We hope you enjoy.
Check out our ebay store to benefit St. Jude! Bid on spots in Podcast Leagues, pre-draft calls with our analysts and more! https://www.ebay.com/itm/374227990052 Gary Parrish and David Cobb break down Jerry Palm's first Bracketology post of the year! Eye on College Basketball is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to Eye on College Basketball on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast." Follow the Eye on College Basketballteam on Twitter: @EoCBBPodcast @GaryParrishCBS @MattNorlander @Kyle_Boone @DavidWCobb @NataTheScribe Visit the Eye on College Basketball YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeFb_xyBgOekQPZYC7Ijilw For more College Basketball Coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It was a Wildcard Wednesday today. Roger Goodell continues to push for a season-long suspension for Deshaun Watson. Dan Campbell is great for TV. The Steelers might be a bit delusional. The Big Ten media rights deal is getting close to being announced. Amazon is paying $100 million for a Black Friday NFL game. We got to know Jen Winters. On Campus. Joe Lunardi has OSU as a bubble team in his most recent Bracketology. More bad Vince McMahon news.
Five-star center Ugonna Kingsley has committed to play for Kentucky basketball. Kingsley reclassified to the 2022 class, and according to the media his academics are in order. Therefore, he should be able to play for UK this season. He's also added 40 pounds since his last 247Sports update. Lance breaks down what he's seen out of Kingsley, and what he brings to the Wildcats. Kentucky associate head coach Orlando Antigua shared his thoughts on Antonio Reeves, and what he could do for the offense. Are enough people talking about what is likely Kentucky's second-leading scorer? Finally, Lance dives into Bracketology and shares his excitement over the Wildcats potentially playing the Gonzaga Bulldogs this upcoming season. You can donate to the KSR Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief Fund here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/ksr-eastern-kentucky-flood-relief-fund?utm_source=widget&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Why wait for Octobert to be scared? In this episode we have A bunch of guests on to help debaaate who the greatest horror movie villian of all time is. Starring: JIm Kee Trevin Sandlin Jim Hensley Keely tolley Roen And John Rodriguez Thids episode is longer than most because we do two parts of the bracket in one sitting.
Currently serve as the CEO of Bracketology, the world's first centralized fantasy gaming platform for reality TV. Led by its first property, Bach Bracket (founded by four women in 2016, think Fantasy Football for The Bachelor franchise television shows), Bracketology plans to expand into additional reality tv shows (Survivor, Big Brother, The Voice, etc.) adding to its current base of over 580,000 unique users. Learn more at https://createeveryopportunity.org/
The show starts with a tug-of-war as Steve wants to talk about The Open and Jacob DeGrom while Paulie is focused on Joe Lunardi's first 2023 Bracketology. Then, Amazin' But True Mets Podcast host Jake Brown joins to talk DeGrom, Mets, and make a statement about the Knicks pursuit of Donovan Mitchell. Later, Steve and Paulie discuss which sports franchises are the worst to be a fan of and if the Bills are one of them.
Jacob Goins discusses why SEC Media Days are more than just a publicity stunt, and why it is important for the coaches, players, and fans. Jacob then takes a look at the updated Bracketology from Joe Lunardi at ESPN and breaks down where Auburn is at compared to the other SEC schools in the bracket. Later, Jacob plays the interview he had with Jacob Hillman of the Auburn Sports Network about all things Auburn Athletics. All that and more on the Wednesday edition of On the Line.
It's another week of Topic Thunder on The Top 10, hosted by John Rocha and Matt Knost. This show is brought to you by our incredible patrons over at https://www.patreon.com/thetop10. They send in questions/topics and we answer them. It's that simple. If you're a patron then make sure to get your questions in and the email address is listed on the site for you to join the show today! We never know what the topics or questions will be until we open our patrons emails so this show is entirely off the cuff. We are given incredible subjects, ideas, and topics each week. Once again, if you'd like to participate in the show then head over to patreon and become a member today! Now on to the show. Remember to SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and leave a RATING/REVIEW on Apple and Spotify! Follow on twitter: John Rocha: https://www.twitter.com/therochasays Matt Knost: https:/www.twitter.com/mattknost The Top 10: https://www.twitter.com/top10show YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thetop10podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetop10podcast Facebook: https://bit.ly/39m9Nbf Patreon: https://bit.ly/39sNb9b Merch: https://bit.ly/2WQBDtO
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THis is it! The finale you have all been waiting for. Join us as we narrow this all down to the ONE WINNER!!!!! Featuring: Trevin as the audio engineer. Jim Hensley as the voice of reason Jim Kee as the drunk! And me as just plain awesomne. Hope you enjoy!!!!
Before a conversation with Park Baseball Head Coach Dave Darr, Matt, Logan, & Bill preview all three State Tournaments getting underway this week, including a breakdown of the boys lacrosse (7:54) and girls lacrosse (19:45) brackets, and their shortlist of title contenders in each. Next, they discuss the Class 4A Baseball field, including a State Championship rematch in the first-round between the Park of Cottage Grove and No. 1 Farmington (24:59), before chatting with the Wolfpack head coach! Interview with Dave Darr starts at (36:25).
#sixseasonsandabracket continues with the wackiest region yet! Dan and Dave are joined by former co-host Adam to work through the fourth and final of this year's regions: The Oddball Region!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/apartment-303/support
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we mention Trayce Jackson Davis' absence from the NBA combine and what that could mean in terms of his decision to come back to IU. We then focus on what we think IU's ideal schedule would be for next season.
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we mention Trayce Jackson Davis' absence from the NBA combine and what that could mean in terms of his decision to come back to IU. We then focus on what we think IU's ideal schedule would be for next season.
Jacob Goins breaks down the players that Auburn Football has picked up in the portal over the last few months, and he talks about why these have been big pickups given the circumstances. Jacob also talks about neutral sight games in college football and why they should do away with them. Zac Blackerby of LockedOn Auburn and Auburn Daily joins the show to discuss Auburn Football transfer Craig McDonald and the impact he can make for Auburn. Jacob then looks at the updated Bracketology from ESPN for the 2023 college basketball season. All that and more on the Tuesday edition of On the Line.
The regular season is over, postseason is here, and Tom Canterbury and Gray Robertson are back to break everything down involving Alabama, the SEC, and a lot of the hot topics around the country! Here's your trip around the bases: At the Plate (0:00-23:54): Tom and Gray look back at the extremely tight series with Missouri and try and explain what happened on the home run call in Game Three. Then, the guys discuss Coach Murphy's induction into the ASHOF and take a look at what might occur at the SEC Tournament for the Tide. Advancing to First (24:00-48:06): Tom and Gray go over all of the award races in the SEC one final time and then touch on a few big stories from the weekend. Next, the guys look at the SEC Tournament bracket and go over all the possible scenarios. Finally, it's the last FGCL Player of the Week award, and it's a doozy. Stealing Second (48:14-1:19:51): Jen Schroeder from ESPN, UCLA, and the 7Innings Podcast returns to the show to talk about the recent craziness in the sport, what went down in Tempe, the Pac-12 race, Arizona's bubbly situation, Oklahoma-Oklahoma State, the SEC Tournament, SEC Player of the Year, the upcoming selection show, and so much more. Rounding Third (1:20:06-1:36:37): Bracketology is back! With the Selection Show less than a week away, Gray presents his seed list and answers questions from Tom (and that list will be updated daily going forward, so stay tuned). Heading Home (1:36:43-2:06:11): To close the show, Tom and Gray go through the entire SEC Tournament and make picks. Then, the guys dive into yet another version of “Off the Wall” that addresses comments about complaints after a win, social media reactions, and the lack of evidence used when people moan on Facebook. Note: The Crimson Tide Sports Network's softball radio affiliate has changed. To listen to games, tune in to 97.5 FM Tuscaloosa, download the 97.5 FM app (https://t.co/MC0HVxSw2T), or visit https://nick975.com/listen-live/popup/.
#sixseasonsandabracket continues! Will the heavy favorites prevail, or will a Pierce-ex-Machina cause a massive spoiler? Dan and Dave are joined by former co-host Adam to work through the third of this year's four regions: The Platonic (not Plutonic) Region!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/apartment-303/support
On this episode of the Bet On Lacrosse Podcast, Dan Alexander, Brian Andrews, Justin Byers and Hutton Jackson recap the past week in college lacrosse, preview the 2022 NLL playoffs, discuss the current NLL futures market, and provide their NCAA and NLL best bets and "extra money opportunities" (EMOs) for the upcoming weekend. Also, former Redwoods LC and Brown University LSM Larken Kemp joins to explain NCAA lacrosse bracketology, preview the Ivy League tournament and give his outlook on this weekend's college lacrosse slate. As the sport of lacrosse grows, so does its presence in emerging markets, particularly the sports betting and gaming community. With DraftKings and various other sportsbooks offering lines, spreads, totals and future odds on lacrosse, the time is now for a sports betting show devoted entirely to the sport of lacrosse. Allow host Dan Alexander to guide you through the betting realm and help you make informed bets on college lacrosse, the Premier Lacrosse League and National Lacrosse League. It's time to bet on lacrosse. Let us help make you a better bettor! This episode aired live on Twitter Spaces on May 4. Support us by supporting these brands: Order your new NLL Fanatics gear at prolacrossetalk.com/nllshop. | Get free shipping and $20 off your SmartBackstop order by using the code "PLT." | Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: The Bet On Lacrosse Podcast - @betonlacrosse (Twitter/Instagram) | Pro Lacrosse Bets - @prolacrossebets (Twitter/Instagram) | Dan Alexander - @NeubyTalks (Twitter) | Brian Andrews - @swerdnanairb (Twitter) | --- 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/betonlacrosse/message
Jake & Safe welcome writer and lacrosse analyst Mark Hart to discuss Bracketology on the eve of Conference Tournament Week in college lacrosse. They discuss the present state of The Bubble, who's in and who's out of the 2022 NCAA Tournament picture, seeding, and so much more in a fun episode of The Crosse Commission Podcast.
May has arrived, and Tom Canterbury and Gray Robertson are back from a weekend off to break everything down involving Alabama, the SEC, and a lot of the hot topics around the country. Here's your trip around the bases: At the Plate (0:00-21:01): Tom and Gray take a brief look at the Western Kentucky loss and then discuss why the weekend off came at the perfect time. Then, the guys give a preview of the upcoming Alabama-Missouri series. Advancing to First (21:09-41:22): Tom and Gray go over all of the award races in the SEC before covering each series from this past weekend in the conference. Then, the newest FGCL Player of the Week is announced. Stealing Second (41:29-1:21:15): Gray is flying solo with two guests! ESPN's Madison Shipman and Kayla Braud drop by to talk about Arkansas winning the SEC, where Alabama stands right now, the fundamentals of situational hitting, Missouri's recent run, the clump in the middle of the SEC standings, the Player of the Year race, what could happen in Bedlam, the possible Virginia Tech over Oklahoma debate, and more. Then, “What's Good, Braud?” returns and a new game called “Get That Ship Outta Here” is introduced. Rounding Third (1:21:32-1:36:30): Bracketology is back! It's crunch time now, and Gray is ready to give his top sixteen seeds and answer questions from Tom about his list. Heading Home (1:36:39-1:59:02): To close the show, Tom and Gray make picks for Bedlam, UCLA-Arizona State, and all the SEC series. Then, the guys dive into another version of “Off the Wall” that first addresses comments being turned off and The Great Conspiracy. Then, the guys have a discussion about why this segment exists amid the greater conversation about mental health in sports that's happening now. Note: The Crimson Tide Sports Network's softball radio affiliate has changed. To listen to games, tune in to 97.5 FM Tuscaloosa, download the 97.5 FM app (https://t.co/MC0HVxSw2T), or visit https://nick975.com/listen-live/popup/.
C.J. joins me as we discuss the basketball roster construction & have our opinions on the departures new destinations. Spring Game talk & more on J.T. Daniels impact, along with where he ranks in Big XII. Finally, baseball bracketology & looking ahead to the final month for Mazey & Company.
We're a few days away from May, and Tom Canterbury and Gray Robertson are back to break everything down involving Alabama, the SEC, and a lot of the hot topics around the country in a milestone episode! Here's your trip around the bases: At the Plate (0:00-19:37): Tom and Gray look back at the last week in Alabama softball and go over the disappointing results in College Station, including a breakdown of where things went wrong and what needs to happen going forward. Then, the guys preview the midweek at Western Kentucky before discussing why the bye week is coming at the perfect time. Advancing to First (19:46-38:33): Tom and Gray take a look around the SEC and discuss Arkansas sweeping Florida and maybe locking up a conference title, the craziness of LSU-Georgia, Missouri's turnaround, and much more. Stealing Second (38:41-1:19:56): The Out of the Box/In the Circle Crossover returns! Eric Lopez and Victor Anderson stop by for a roundtable discussion that touches on an MVP of the college softball season, the potential Supers host most primed to be upset, the most surprising and disappointing teams, the biggest stories potentially awaiting us when the year ends, and much more. Rounding Third (1:20:16-1:36:27): Bracketology is back! Gray gives his top sixteen seeds and answers questions from Tom about his list. Heading Home (1:36:35-2:08:19): To close the show, Tom and Gray make picks for the Florida State-Oklahoma State and all the SEC series. Then, the guys dive into another version of “Off the Wall” that addresses college vs. high school teams and how you should act around college athletes. Finally, “Tom's Hungry” returns after an epic food trip to College Station. Note: The Crimson Tide Sports Network's softball radio affiliate has changed. To listen to games, tune in to 97.5 FM Tuscaloosa, download the 97.5 FM app (https://t.co/MC0HVxSw2T), or visit https://nick975.com/listen-live/popup/.
Louis Rabaut and Suzanne Bush are in on a Tuesday. They talk some about Joe Lunardi's Bracketology and that leads to some active Bet Rivers Twitter Poll Tuesday polls. Your calls and texts, and we play some "classic" Red Sox baseball moments. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Things are tightening up in conference play, and Tom Canterbury and Gray Robertson are back to break everything down involving Alabama, the SEC, and a lot of the hot topics around the country in a milestone episode! Here's your trip around the bases: At the Plate (0:00-20:10): Tom and Gray look back at the last week in Alabama softball and go over the crazy comebacks, amazing stuff from Montana Fouts, the importance of Jenna Lord's game two home run, and so much more. Then, the guys preview the upcoming mid-week double-header and a road trip to College Station. Advancing to First (20:18-43:22): Tom and Gray take a look around the SEC and discuss the Pitcher and Player of the Year races, Arkansas winning the series with Kentucky, Florida and LSU grabbing sweeps, the trouble with Missouri, and Texas A&M's struggles winning tight games. Then, the guys present the newest FGCL Player of the Week. Stealing Second (43:28-1:07:15): The voice of college softball and 7Innings Podcast host Beth Mowins stops by to talk about thoughts on Alabama thus far, what Oklahoma's loss means for the rest of the season, ways the selection committee has evolved over the years, how the 7Innings podcast became a TV show, how softball's coverage can change in the future, the best off-air parts of covering the sport, and so much more. Rounding Third (1:07:33-1:24:43): Bracketology is back! Gray gives his top sixteen seeds and answers questions from Tom about his list. Heading Home (1:24:49-2:02:24): To close the show, Tom and Gray make picks for the Texas-Oklahoma State and all the SEC series. Then, the guys go over a more tame version of “Off the Wall.” Note: The Crimson Tide Sports Network's softball radio affiliate has changed. To listen to games, tune in to 97.5 FM Tuscaloosa, download the 97.5 FM app (https://t.co/MC0HVxSw2T), or visit https://nick975.com/listen-live/popup/.
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This weekend is loaded with monumental games that could decide this season's destiny for several conference contenders, including long-awaited matchups in the SoCon, NEC and Big Ten. D-Fly & Dixie are here for all of it to get you excited and primed for this weekend's action. In addition to the previews, they discuss the value of TV exposure for the sport, the inaugural Bracketology on Inside Lacrosse, midweek results and much more. To highlight the marquee Saint Joseph's vs. Bryant game for the driver's seat in the NEC, the fellas welcome in Hawks' head man, Taylor Wray, to the show. Coach Wray talks about Philadelphia lacrosse, the massive impact of F/O man Zach Cole, coaching against a mentor, the keys to Saturday's matchup, Philly cheesesteaks and of course, how he unplugs at brief moments during the season. In a TV-inspired Give & Go, the guys list their favorite TV sitcoms of all time, along with a few honorable mention picks. Who would have guessed Dixie was such a big Tony Danza fan?
It's Thursday, and you know what that means! It means a new edition of In The Circle, and the theme for today's episode is Bracketology. Eric Lopez chats with Justin McLeod from Extra Inning Softball about ELo's latest Bracketology. They talk about how last week's results impacted the national seeding landscape, who's in, who's out, and who's in the mix to host. Afterward, Victor Anderson and Eric chat about Florida State's win at Florida Wednesday night and how that can impact who is seeded higher in May. Eric then grills Victor about his first mock regional rankings, debuting on our latest #D2Tuesday.
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We're about halfway through conference play, and Tom Canterbury and Gray Robertson are back to break everything down involving Alabama, the SEC, and a lot of the hot topics around the country. Here's your trip around the bases in an insanely packed show: At the Plate (0:00-19:12): Tom and Gray look back at the last week in Alabama softball and go over the impressive pitching, Lexi Kilfoyl's perfect game, quietly great performances from Kat Grill and Bailey Dowling, and more. Then, the guys preview the upcoming mid-week game and the huge series in Gainesville with Florida. Advancing to First (19:20-44:17): Tom and Gray take a look around the SEC and discuss the jumbled standings, Arkansas winning the last two in Oxford, Ashley Rogers' impressive work, the situation between Florida and Auburn, the danger zone for South Carolina, and perhaps an answer to “WHO'S PITCHING?!?!” for Kentucky. Next, Gray releases his first edition of Bracketology. Then, the guys present the newest FGCL Player of the Week. Stealing Second (44:26-1:15:30): ESPN analyst, 7Innings Podcast contributor, and Olympic Gold Medalist Michele Smith stops by to talk about Lexi Kilfoyl's perfect game, her thoughts on a strange Montana Fouts stat, the inconsistent strike zones she's seen, the outlook of Florida thus far, the craziness that is LSU, the huge series between Virginia Tech and Florida State, concerns about Washington, stories with Joan Joyce, and so much more. Rounding Third (1:15:49-1:43:39): The Boxies are back! Tom and Gray give out midseason awards, including SEC Pitcher and Player of the Year, FGCL Player of the Year, National Pitcher and Player of the Year, and so much more, including several Alabama-centric awards. Heading Home (1:43:45-2:13:35): To close the show, Tom and Gray make picks for the Masters, Florida State-Virginia Tech, and all the SEC series. Then, the guys go into an “Off the Wall” that calls out a repeat offender on social media and the SC Top 10 producers. Finally, Tom gives his thoughts on WrestleMania. Note: The Crimson Tide Sports Network's softball radio affiliate has changed. To listen to games, tune in to 97.5 FM Tuscaloosa, download the 97.5 FM app (https://t.co/MC0HVxSw2T), or visit https://nick975.com/listen-live/popup/.
We discuss Nick saying yes to trying Arby's, why Jason made Bumblina wait in line for DFW BBQ, and Emily's say the darndest things. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's our annual March Madness Pop Culture Bracket episode! What moments from the last year made the cut? And who has what it takes to go all the way? Remember: it's totally arbitrary! But don't let that stop you from casting your vote in the final game!
What's up Wire2Wire fam?! We have a show of MADNESS coming to you. NCAA March Madness will be in full swing, the field is wide open, and we may have quite a few teams on upset alert. We will breakdown each region and let you know who we think will be cutting down those nets next month. Then we have another bracket you won't want to miss. We will be revealing the next region of the sports movie bracket and vote on which movies will advance to the round of 32! NFL free agency is in full swing. We will breakdown some of the best and worst moves so far and give any moves that we are looking forward to the most. And of course YGBKM!
Another 1 y'all ! Coach Smith is back and we are here to break down to you our March Madness Predictions. Coach Smith is not feeling Gonzaga (again) so listen here to see where he has them coming up short. I have a little fun here as well picking a lot of big upsets!! You will be surprised who I am picking to cut down the nets come March. March Madness is the best time of year and we are happy to be here. The season has come and gone so fast, but we enjoyed some major moments. This years tournament will be one to remember that is one thing we can guarantee. Will Duke and Coach K win be in New Orleans ? Will Gonzaga finally get over the hump and win the big game. Is Tennessee quietly the best team in the tournament ? We talk all of that and more on this episode of Sports Time With My. Share ! Subscribe ! Tell a Friend ! Visit www.sportstimewithmy.com for merchandise !
In this week's episode of the Dagger Basketball Podcast, the guys will go over the Philadelphia 76ers matchup with the Brooklyn Nets from last week, and how the rest of the season looks for these two organizations. Coach Greg Popovich broke the NBA wins record last week and the crew will reflect on his impact and rank him among NBA coaches al-time. The bulk of the episode, however, will focus on March Madness! Yes, it is that time of the year and we will breakdown the bracket for everyone at home. After listening to the episode go on ESPN and join our bracketology group "Dagger Bracketology 2022".
(00:00-22:20) – The final show of the week begins with Dan broadcasting live from Brothers in Downtown Indy. Dan also talks with show producer Jimmy Cook on what the Colts should do next at quarterback now that they've moved on from Carson Wentz. (22:18-36:15) – Jason Hammer of Hammer and Nigel on WIBC joins the program to give us his best bets for conference championship weekend. (36:16-43:59) – Dan gives live reactions to Indiana's battle with Illinois, talks to some fans on-site at Brothers and looks ahead to the rest of today's show. (44:00-1:07:32) – The Fan's own Kevin Bowen of Kevin and Query stops by to give his thoughts on the Carson Wentz trade and what the Colts need to do at the quarterback position in order to be competitive. Plus, Dan and KB go over potential options at the quarterback position and share what they'd like to see. (1:07:33-1:24:35) – The head coach of IUPUI Women's Basketball Austin Parkinson joins the show to celebrate the Jaguars winning the Horizon League and going to the Big Dance. (1:24:36-1:27:31) – We react to Indiana beating Illinois and likely earning a spot in the NCAA Tournament because of it. (1:23:58-1:50:59) – Jesse Rogers of ESPN joins the show to take us through how the MLB lockout was lifted and what changes fans will see on the field this season. Plus, are the Cubs going to be any good this year? (1:51:00 -2:01:07) – Dan chats with CBS Sports Bracketologist Jerry Palm on the status of Indiana's NCAA Tournament hopes now that they have knocked off Illinois and are moving on to the Big Ten Semis. Plus, Jerry looks at Purdue's seeding and what they can do, if anything, to improve their seeding. (2:01:08-2:10:25)– Friday's show closes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Also, Dan reflects on Indiana's win over Illinois and wraps up the show from Brothers and gives his best bets for the weekend. Also, Dan and Jimmy look at Lunardi's latest updates to Bracketology. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Friday, March 11, 2022 Friday's podcast began with the comments from BYU football availability Thursday evening as Jake Hatch explains why coaches and players are confident in themselves More comments from BYU football practice were played, including some thoughts from Puka Nacua on the young guys standing out and the work that needs to be done still Finally, Jake took a final look at Bracketology for the BYU hoops teams ahead of Selection Sunday, recapped the BYU baseball upset of No.6 Oklahoma State and more Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” 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. RunYourPool - If you want to play against us for a shot at a cash prize join us at RunYourPool.com/LockedOn. And while you're there, create your own pool for your friends and family. Enter ‘PUREMADNESS' at checkout for $10 off your custom pool. 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 Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode of Locked On Kentucky, Lance Dawe discusses Oscar Tshiebwe winning the Sporting News National Player of the Year award. He also asks an interesting question: Is Tshiebwe the best player of the John Calipari era? Lance also takes a dive into the latest Bracketology and why he disagrees with Kentucky's projected seeding. Finally, he looks at the three potential teams Kentucky could face in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals, and determines who would be the most difficult to play. 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. RunYourPool If you want to play against us for a shot at a cash prize join us at RunYourPool.com/LockedOn. And while you're there, create your own pool for your friends and family. Enter ‘PUREMADNESS' at checkout for $10 off your custom pool. 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 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Hour One, Hunt Palmer and Jeremy Hill start off today's show with the voice of the Tigers, Chris Blair, to shed some insight on the LSU Men's Basketball team heading into the SEC Tournament. Keys to LSU's success against Missouri this afternoon. Bracketology talk. What seeds win most against others? Where will LSU land […] The post Hunt and Hill 03-10-22 | Hour 1 | Chris Blair & SEC Tournament, Bracketology appeared first on 1045 ESPN.
How about a special bracketology-themed ep for you on this Wednesday of champ week? Before that, Norlander and GP talk about the small-conference auto bids, including the emerging legend that is Bryant's Peter Kiss and what's he's done to get his team to the NCAA Tournament. After that, Jerry Palm makes his debut, as the guys pepper him with questions. Is Gonzaga for sure, already, the lock for the No. 1 overall seed? How many teams still have a chance at the 1-line? Craziest resume is ... ? (00:45) - Peter Kiss is amazing; auto-bids recap (17:00) - Jerry Palm is in the House (25:55) - There are six teams vying for a 1-seed Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Segment 7 - Calls on Calvin Ridley's suspension Segment 8 - Wrapping up calls on Calvin Ridley's suspension and if one year was enough or too much Segment 9 - Patrick Stevens joins to breakdown Championship Week and looking at the bracket bubble ahead of Selection Sunday.