Hour 2 – BTN’s Dave Revsine says the new OT format is ‘not football’ and doesn’t think the NCAA accomplished what they wanted with the format, and Steve still isn’t buying the latest James Franklin rumors – this time from Carson Palmer on The Dan Patrick Show.
On today's show: Kids win a battle to recycle at school, bird-watching Aussies flock to their backyards, deaf dancers wow crowds, superstar scientists win awards, and archaeologists dig up an ancient toilet. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. What powers the Kangaroo Inn Area School fish farm? 2. How many minutes do you spend counting for the Aussie Backyard Bird Count? 3. What does the Deaf Indigenous Dance Group do at the end of a show? 4. What name was shared by the kids who won a Eureka Prize? 5. How old is the ancient toilet dug up in Israel? TRICKY BONUS QUESTION: What Eureka Prize category did Doctor Nij win? ANSWERS: 1. Sun 2. 20 3. Put a spear in the ground 4. Scarlett 5. More than 2,700 years old TRICKY BONUS ANSWER: Promoting understanding of science
On today's show: A camel farmer invents a mobile dairy, the world's oldest rainforest is handed back to its original carers, kids use computers to help combat COVID-19, scientists discover dinosaurs wagged their tails, and we celebrate International Day of the Girl. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. What toy did Max use to help design his dairy? 2. How old is the Daintree rainforest? 3. What is the name of the website created by Jack, Darcy and Wesley? 4. What type of dinosaur helped scientists discover that dinos wagged their tails? 5. What is the name of the National Gallery of Australia's exhibition celebrating girls and women? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: What is the name of Abbie's magazine? ANSWERS: 1. Lego 2. More than 180 million years 3. COVIDBaseAU 4. Coelophysis 5. Know My Name BONUS TRICKY ANSWER Her Way
With David Nasternak and Alex Drain Segment 1: Intro and Game 1 Powerplay goals and also more goals KJ and his highlights Why are we always a man down? More goals Some added physicality? Segment 2: Game 2 and other Takeaways Goals before BTN+ shows them to me Michigan falls asleep on defense More penalties Michigan wakes up and scores more goals Any overall weekend takes Next weekend and what else happened in the B10
Happy Football Friday! Crazy night in baseball and the TNF game, breaking down the Maryland roster, BTN's Gerry DiNardo joins at 12:33pm, Overs & Unders at 12:48pm, Browns discuss Mayfield's injury, CFB Picks at 1:33pm, Tim May joins the Buckeye Bulletin, and Inside The Black & Gold's Ahmed Ghafir joins for the Big Game Preview at 2:33pm!
On today's show: sizzling bacon sounds help coral reefs, a teenager drives a tractor across Australia, scientists find out why certain vegetables are on the nose, an elderly man gives his hometown a present, and Indigenous rangers open a saltwater crocodile farm. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. What type of starfish is damaging reefs? 2. What is Sam Hughes' nickname? 3. What vegetable species are cauliflower and brussels sprouts? 4. How old is Manuel Souto? 5. What do crocodile egg collectors carry for protection? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: How many crocodiles can fit in the new farm? ANSWERS: 1. Crown-of-thorns 2. The Travelling Jackaroo 3. Brassicas 4. 82 5. Wooden paddles BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: 1,400
Doug speaks with Algernon Austin on the plight of black men in the job market (with an excerpt from a 2005 BtN interview with Devah Pager on discrimination). Plus, an interview with Susie Bright on "pegging the patriarchy."Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the global. Find the archive here: https://www.leftbusinessobserver.com/Radio.html
Mike Woodson told his team in practice they need to compete with urgency, and that should speak to the Colts and football Hoosiers too. Colts need to run 35 times and make Jacoby Brissett uncomfortable with blitzes and disguised coverages. Hoosiers likely to have a tough time in Misery Valley. BTN+ to stream Hoosier Hysteria, but it is going to cost you $10 minimum! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
On today's show: An earthquake shakes eastern Australia, a five-year-old hikes across America, Space Cows track buffalo herds, a meat-eating flower is rediscovered, and Kiwi kids unearth a giant bird fossil. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. What are the plates called that bump together and cause earthquakes? 2. What is the name of the hiking trail that Harvey followed? 3. What are buffalo and cattle damaging in the Top End? 4.What colour is the re-discovered sun dew? 5. What does waewaeroa mean? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: Where in New Zealand was the giant penguin fossil found? ANSWERS: 1. Tectonic plates 2. Appalachian Trail 3. Rock art, sacred sites, waterways 4. Pink 5. Long legs BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: The west coast of New Zealand's North Island
Nebraska returns to Lincoln for a two-game homestand at Memorial Stadium, beginning with a prime-time contest on Saturday against defending Big Ten West champ Northwestern. Game time at Memorial Stadium is set for shortly after 6:30 p.m., with the game televised on BTN.
On today's show: A boat-sinking walrus, International Day of Sign Languages, golden slam winners, a new aunty, and bringing woolly mammoths back to life. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. How much does Wally weigh? 2. What is Australia's national sign language called? 3. Where is Diede de Groot from? 4. What state is Nukunu Country in? 5. How long before scientists hope to have elephant-mammoth calves running around? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: Where did Diede de Groot and Dylan Alcott secure their Golden Slams? ANSWERS: 1. 2,000 kilograms 2. Auslan 3. The Netherlands 4. South Australia 5. Six years BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: US Open in New York
On today's show: School of the Air singers go viral, teddy bear bees swarm in the thousands, an asteroid gets a new name, a footballing family kicks goals, and fossil hunters find a walking whale. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. What is the name of the School of the Air song? 2. Where do Dawsons burrowing bees nest? 3. What does '10040' mean in '10040 Ghillar'? 4. How many times has Jarrod represented Australia in football? 5. In which country was the walking whale fossil discovered? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: Who is the country music singer that helped write the School of the Air song? ANSWERS: 1. Biggest Classroom in the World 2. Underground in West Australian clay pans 3. It's the 10,040th asteroid to be officially named 4. 17 5. Egypt BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: Josh Arnold
We've got a big one this week on BTN, as Tony Deppen joins the show. Listen as Deppen chronicles his rise through the indies in matches from Matt's referee book from HCW, NEWF, True Wrestling, and more! Photo Credit: Drew Chaos, Burning Hammer Photography
Today we'll celebrate a Paralympic win, ask ‘R U OK?', meet the kids welcoming arrivals from Afghanistan, find out why a tree was flown across the world, and discover which extinct creature is still alive. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. How many medals did Australian Paralympians just win? 2. What type of gathering is helping the kids at Mogo Public School? 3. In which city did 89 people arrive from Afghanistan? 4. What type of tree did Gautama Buddha sit beneath in India? 5. What is the name of the island where the Gould's Mouse was found? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: In which Victorian city will the sapling be planted? ANSWERS: 1. 80 2. Yarning circles 3. Adelaide 4. Bodhi tree 5. Shark Bay Island BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: Bendigo
Today, we'll cheer along some of the world's best athletes in the Paralympic Games, we'll snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef, find out why The Wiggles need a bigger Big Red Car, meet a farmer who bought an entire town, and hear which animals make the best dads. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. Where are the Paralympics being held? 2. What does 'muga dhambi' mean? 3. How old is new Wiggle Tsehay? 4. What are the people of Hebel calling Frank? 5. What was the gorilla's name at Taronga Zoo? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: How long has Anthony been a Wiggle? ANSWERS: 1. Tokyo, Japan 2. Big coral 3. 15 4. The people's king 5. Kibabu BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: 30 years
-Ohio State/Minnesota tonight in a highlighted B1G game…how you feeling about the Gophers? -BTN's Joshua Perry has Nebraska at dead last in the conference power rankings, the same spot they're at in the recruiting rankings…is that really where they are at in your mind? -Is Rutgers ahead of Nebraska in both major men's sports right […]
Chris Schmidt and Elijah Herbel attempt to break down why Nebraska continues to make the same mistakes that it has made for the past three years, as well as if they believe the problems can be fixed. They check in with Mike Babcock to get his view on the state of the Husker football program before Jay Moore gives his thoughts on if Scott Frost will ever be able to fix the mistakes within his program. BTN's Rick Pizzo also joins to preview a full weekend of Big Ten action. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
To the point conversation on how to grow your bulk wine, spirits and Private label business with Kryss Speegle MW. Kryss Speegle MW has held sales, production and educational roles in the wine industry for nearly 20 years. She has an M.S. in Food Science/Enology from U.C. Davis and her practical training included harvests in Germany and New Zealand as well as California. After working extensively in the Sonoma Valley, in 2011 Kryss joined O'Neill Vintners & Distillers, a leading supplier of California bulk wine and spirits, where she has worked in winemaking, sales and business development. She also teaches at the Napa Valley Wine Academy, where her classes include the WSET curriculum and custom-designed programs for private clients. ***About the Organisers: Beverage Trade Network*** Beverage Trade Network is one of the world's leading networks for beverage, wine, spirits and beer importers, distributors, producers and related companies. Our database and directory listing of the world's leading beer, wine, spirit and non-alcoholic drink producers provides our importers and distributors an advantage to source and innovate their portfolios. Know more about BTN: https://www.beveragetradenetwork.com/ For More Insightful Content Subscribe to Our Channel
Nebraska will welcome fans to Memorial Stadium for the first time in two seasons on Saturday when the Huskers take on Fordham in the 2021 home opener. Game time in Lincoln is set for 11 a.m. CT with BTN providing television coverage.
Today we'll follow a rogue elephant herd across China, visit a school making picture books in Indigenous languages, wear purple clothes for rainbow kids, find out what world leaders are doing to tackle climate change, and meet the winners of the Children's Book of the Year Awards. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. How many Asian elephants live in China today? 2. What does Ngayulu Paku Pulka mean? 3. What date is Wear it Purple day? 4. What issue does the United Nations' new report address? 5. Who wrote Aster's Good, Right Things? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: What is the name of Zeno Sworder's book? ANSWERS: 1. About 300 2. I'm so tired 3. August 27 4. Climate change 5. Kate Gordon BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: This Small Blue Dot
In this episode Sid Patel, CEO of Beverage Trade Network sits down with Martin Hamlin, Wine Director at Oakville Wine Merchant & Oakville Grocery, California. In this episode you will learn how to craft your pitch and sell your brands to a buyer that takes care of: The On-Trade, Off Trade and Online. ***About the Organizers: Beverage Trade Network*** Beverage Trade Network is one of the world's leading networks for beverage, wine, spirits and beer importers, distributors, producers and related companies. Our database and directory listing of the world's leading beer, wine, spirit and non-alcoholic drink producers provides our importers and distributors an advantage to source and innovate their portfolios. Know more about BTN: https://www.beveragetradenetwork.com/ For More Insightful Content Subscribe to Our Channel
It's National Science Week! We'll join a detective mission to spot some nocturnal natives, find out how Indigenous knowledge is saving swampland, meet a man finding his voice with a new invention, wonder if aliens are watching us, and we'll dig up bones belonging to Australia's very own dragon. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. Which Australian owl sounds like a dog? 2. What is another name for the Mulyawonk? 3. What does the new US invention read to help people talk? 4. What type of dinosaur was Thapunngaka shawi? 5. How many planets are close enough to tune into Earth's radio and TV broadcasts? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: What does 'thapun' mean in Wanamara language? ANSWERS: 1. The barking owl 2. Bunyip 3. Brainwaves 4. Pterosaur 5. 29 BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: Spear
In this episode, Sid Patel, CEO of Beverage Trade Network sits down with Martin Reyes, Master of Wine and Founder Of Reyes Wine Group to discuss why is sustainability important? and how your winery, brewery and distillery make can start prioritizing it. By listening to this episode you will get tactical insights on where to start, and why that is also a good business strategy moving forward. ***About the Organizers: Beverage Trade Network*** Beverage Trade Network is one of the world's leading networks for beverage, wine, spirits and beer importers, distributors, producers and related companies. Our database and directory listing of the world's leading beer, wine, spirit and non-alcoholic drink producers provides our importers and distributors an advantage to source and innovate their portfolios. Know more about BTN: https://www.beveragetradenetwork.com/ For More Insightful Content Subscribe to Our Channel
Today we'll meet a doctor mending broken hearts, celebrate our Olympic athletes' success, follow a flock of birds to the middle of Australia, meet some prize-winning painters and examine some treasure from under the sea. QUIZ QUESTION: 1. What two objects did the toy doctor repair for Carol? 2. Where was Peter Bol born? 3. What food do the budgies like to eat in the outback? 4. What character is Luanda's brother dressed as? 5. What was pictured in the underwater petroglyph Clinton discovered? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: Who did Charliese Allen Momasito paint for the Young Archies? ANSWERS: 1. A ceramic horse and porcelain doll 2. Sudan 3. Grass seed 4. The Incredible Hulk 5. Kangaroo footprints BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: Her mum
Happy Wednesday! Hard Knocks Cowboys makes its debut, we announce our partnership with the Browns, finding out why Michael Thomas is mad at the Saints, NFL Playbook w/ Adam Schefter at 12:33pm, Reds suffer a tough loss to Braves, veteran players are skipping preseason games, diagnosing the Buckeye running back depth chart, PFF Fantasy Expert Ian Hartitz at 1:33pm, and BTN's Howard Griffith at 2:33pm!
In this episode Sid Patel, CEO of BTN sits with Bruce Abbott, wine and spirits category buyer for Brown Jug, Alaska, How to get into regional chains, State of the Union(what's going on in the Wine & Spirits Industry), especially in places like Alaska, what trends we're seeing post-covid. And most importantly, what a buyer wants from a brand looking to enter into these regional chains, what do they look for and why they would buy your product! *** About Bartender Spirits Awards *** Bartender Spirits Awards Aims To Deliver The Best Spirits For On-Premise Sector In USA. Register Your Brands Here: How To Enter : https://bartenderspiritsawards.com/en/how-to-enter-312.htm Key Dates and Deadlines: https://bartenderspiritsawards.com/en/key-deadlines-and-pricing-313.htm Using the tagline “Judged By Bartenders, Bar Managers and Off-Premise Managers For The On-Premise Industry,” the Bartender Spirits Awards will recognize, encourage, promote and celebrate excellence in the U.S. drinks industry. The aim of the spirits competition is to provide independent and honest reviews for brands targeting the U.S. bar trade. The judging panel consists of some of the most renowned names in the U.S. bar industry, all of them with extensive expertise within the on-premise industry. The result will be a relevant and practical source of reference for bartenders, bar managers, bar owners and other industry professionals when making purchasing decisions for their establishments. This competition recognizes that bartenders are the true influencers – their passions and tastes provide direction for the consumer, especially via their guidance with wine, beer or spirit recommendations. The creation of new drinks is often driven by bartender tastes and perceptions of current trends. Link : https://bartenderspiritsawards.com/ ***About the Organisers: Beverage Trade Network*** Beverage Trade Network is one of the world's leading networks for beverage, wine, spirits and beer importers, distributors, producers and related companies. Our database and directory listing of the world's leading beer, wine, spirit and non-alcoholic drink producers provides our importers and distributors an advantage to source and innovate their portfolios. Know more about BTN: https://www.beveragetradenetwork.com/ For More Insightful Content Subscribe to Our Channel
-The Kool-Aid is flowing; both from the BTN crew and also from the team itself. WRs look better, Adrian looks better, and so forth -Is it ever acceptable to chug Kool-Aid or is it irresponsible? We're all guilty in different ways -We need to create a Kool-Aid Acceptance Drinking Chart. Show sponsored by GANA TRUCKING
Today we'll ollie and grind with three teen Olympians, find out which threatened species is making a comeback, float in space, meet the brothers reviving an ancient language, and visit the Lost City. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. In which event did teenagers win gold, silver and bronze at the Tokyo Olympics? 2. Which two types of quolls are making a comeback in Australia? 3. How many floating planets did scientists recently discover? 4. What have Toby and Daryl invented to help people learn Kullilli language? 5. What did Leo sell to help the Lost City? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: Where is the Lost City? ANSWERS: 1. Street skateboarding 2. The spotted tail quoll and the western quoll 3. Four 4. A Kullilli dictionary app 5. Lemonade BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: Wiradjuri Country, near Lithgow, NSW.
Steve has 5 predictions for what he thinks he'll hear from the BTN crew during their upcoming fall practice bus tour. Aaron decides whether those predictions are fake news (or not). Steve also provides his analysis on the latest rumors on conference realignment.
This week we'll meet a super speller, celebrate International Day of Friendship, discover ancient treasure in the Queensland bush, find out how little lambs are spreading smiles, and hear about a disagreement in Tasmania all to do with poo. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. What is Zaila Avant Garde's other talent, apart from spelling? 2. What international day did we recently celebrate? 3. Who goes bushwalking with Nundji? 4. What have people been sending to Tracey Kruger's farm? 5. What is the name of the dog statue at the Pooseum? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: What do the Kalkadoon people use to attach rocks to sticks when making spears? ANSWERS: 1. Basketball 2. International Day of Friendship 3. His grandfather 4. Knitted jumpers 5. Pooby-Doo BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: Wax made from spinifex grass Send your story ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we explore a cave where birds' nests are ruffling feathers, we meet a science star inspired by her mum's cooking, we cheer on an Australian para-taekwondo competitor, we solve a meteorite mystery, and we hear a whale of a tale. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. What type of birds are making nests on Indigenous artworks? 2. What does STEM stand for? 3. Where did taekwondo originate? 4. In which desert was the meteorite found? 5. What type of whale spat out the lobster diver? BONUS: What type of scientist is Zahra Khorami becoming? ANSWERS: 1. Swallows 2. Science, technology, engineering, mathematics 3. Korea 4. Kalahari 5. Humpback BONUS: Biomedical engineer Contact email@example.com with your story ideas.
On today's show: A weed-whacking beetle business, a very expensive kelpie, Australia Post's plans to recognise Indigenous Country, a fire burning in the middle of the ocean, and our newest tennis champions! We also want to hear from you! We're making some super special episodes of News Time that take a deep dive into one juicy topic! Let us know the subject, issue or story you want to hear investigated in more detail. Send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org And once you've listened to today's episode, take this quiz: QUESTIONS 1. What type of beetles are Jack and Kelly selling in Darwin? 2. What can you now add to addresses on Australian letters and parcels? 3. How much money did someone pay for Eulooka Hoover? 4. What type of pipe sprung a leak in the Yucatan Peninsula? 5. Who was the last Australian woman, before Ash Barty, to win the women's singles championship at Wimbledon? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: What Indigenous Country is Canberra on? ANSWERS 1. Calligrapha beetles 2. Indigenous Country names 3. $35,200 4. A gas pipe 5. Evonne Goolagong Cawley BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: Ngunnawal
It's NAIDOC Week, a time for all of us to celebrate the history, cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The theme for NAIDOC Week this year is Heal Country – that means everyone coming together to take care of First Nations lands, waters, sacred sites, cultures and languages. And that's what NAIDOC News Time is all about!
To celebrate Dinosaur Week here at ABC Kids, we're bringing you five of the world's best stories all about dinos! We'll be talking ancient crocodiles, backyard fossils, mammoth teeth, prehistoric sharks, and the biggest dinosaur ever discovered in Australia.
Happy Wednesday! Duane Washington to stay in the draft, Devante Adams sends cryptic messages, NFL Playbook w/ Adam Schefter at 12:33pm, surprising NFL win totals, MELT CEO Vince Thompson joins at 1:33pm, an Ohio 5-star DE chooses Notre Dame, media personalities believe Mayfield is replaceable, and BTN's Stephen Bardo joins at 2:33pm!
This week, we'll be stretching, bending and twisting our bodies into all sorts of shapes for International Day of Yoga. Then, we'll go bird-watching with scientists who have figured out how many feathered friends we have here on planet Earth. We'll reveal the winners of some of the country's most important art prizes. We'll find out why teachers and students around the world are wearing skirts to school, even if it's against the rules. And, we'll meet a teenager who travelled across the ocean on a leaky boat to find a new, safe home here in Australia.
This week, we'll learn about a possible solution to Australia's massive mouse problem. We'll make a splash with astronauts in the world's deepest swimming pool. We'll sashay down the runway with the stars of Australian Fashion Week. We'll find out more about the coronavirus vaccine and why kids aren't getting it yet. And we'll discover the secret hiding spot of some deadly desert creatures.
Today, we'll travel to the centre of the Earth where scientists have made a ground-breaking discovery. We'll dive into the sea to celebrate World Ocean Day. We'll meet a blind teenager and his new pooch pal. We'll find out how horses are helping kids stay happy and healthy. And we'll examine some ancient human poo.
This week, we'll take a dive into the deep sea with some hungry penguins. We'll visit a house in the United States made without a hammer or any nails. We'll travel into the jungle of the Philippines where scientists have made a sparkly discovery inside the trunks of trees. We'll find out the truth about a misunderstood ancient wolf. And, we'll meet a Sydney teenager's spooky best friend.
Every week, we bring you five amazing stories from around the world, but this is a special edition of News Time because it's also Reconciliation Week. We'll be finding out exactly what reconciliation means, and why it's so important. We'll be shining a spotlight on stories about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, like the children's author who just won a HUGE award and the Northern Territory school kids learning outside on country. We'll learn about some Torres Strait Islander people taking a stand to save their land and we'll meet a man who might just be the oldest Aboriginal person in Australia.
Today, we're heading to Japan to meet a sea slug with a surprising super power. We'll also visit Spain for a juicy story about rotten oranges. We'll celebrate one of the world's most BEE-autiful creatures that also needs our help to keep busy. We'll travel back in time to learn about the first paths Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people walked across Country. And we'll meet a four-year-old hero who saved his mum with the help of a toy car.
The Minnesota softball team faces a tall task in its NCAA Tournament regional which includes No. 2 overall seed UCLA this weekend, and Nate Dickinson is joined by BTN+ broadcaster Eli Hartman-Seeskin to talk about what the Gophers have to do to move on to the final 16 teams in the country. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! 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. There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Eli Hartman-Seeksin has called Minnesota Gophers softball games on BTN+ this season, and he lends his voice to today's Locked On Golden Gophers to chat with Nate Dickinson about the big past weekend in Gophers softball. Eli and Nate break down the lost series to Michigan from last weekend and look ahead to the NCAA Tournament. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kevin Kugler of Fox, BTN, & Westwood One stops by to discuss Nebraska Football with Nick. They discuss believing in Adrian Martinez, the most interesting nugget in Kugler's chats with the coaches before the Spring Game, the talent level on the roster, the RB situation, Bill Moos's comments on expectations, KFC Chicken Logs & more! Subscribe, rate, and review my podcast wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss an episode! Also follow up on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter OR NickBahe.com A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com. #NickBahePodcast #CollegeFootball #CollegeBasketball #Huskers #Creighton #GoJays #NebraskaBall #GBR
Nicole is joined by former Nebraska Coach & current BTN analyst Tim Miles to preview the 2021 NCAA Tournament. The committee rewarded mid-majors while Michigan State & UCLA will play in the first four. Gonzaga is the #1 seed in the West and looks like a lock to make the final four. Baylor is the #1 seed in the more competitive South Region. Will #12 Winthrop beat #5 Villanova? Will 2 Big Ten teams make the Final Four? Michigan is without star player Isaiah Livers. Coach Miles has 2-seed Alabama in the Final Four. The 2021 Tournament will have a ton of upsets but expect #1 overall seed Gonzaga to win it all. Last call! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with host Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is currently available weekly.On this week’s episode, Bozich is joined by former Iowa standout and BTN analyst Jess Settles to discuss IU limping to the finish line, Michigan's Big Ten title, the Big Ten's NCAA tournament prospects and more. Among the topics discussed:• What Jess has observed from the Hoosiers over the last couple of weeks• Why confidence is so important in college basketball and its impact on winning• Purdue's ascent over the final two months of the season• How Michigan outperformed expectations and won the Big Ten• Illinois' impressive win over the Wolverines in Ann Arbor• Iowa's improving defense• Is this the year the Big Ten can finally end its national title drought?