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Hurricanes Weekly
Nick Saban with Joe Z Interview 8-26-22

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 3:51


A man of vision who has a proven record of championship success, head coach Nick Saban has returned the University of Alabama to the top of the college football landscape with his commitment to building the total program. After the victory over Clemson in the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship Game, Saban joined Paul "Bear" Bryant as the only two coaches to win five national titles in the modern era. Beginning his 11th season in Tuscaloosa, Saban's uncompromising dedication to excellence in every phase of the program has resulted four national championships over the last seven years. A seven-time National Coach of the Year, Saban has achieved resounding success as a head coach and has earned a reputation as an outstanding tactician, leader, organizer and motivator. Those qualities have sparked impressive turnarounds at every stop of his career. Saban's consistent approach and disciplined leadership are the reasons his teams are known for exhibiting grit, determination and resilience, often overcoming adversity to achieve victory. Saban's 2016 squad completed an undefeated regular season for the first time since 2009 and secured the program's 26th SEC Championship – the third straight for the program – and the fourth in the last five years. The Tide defeated Washington in the semifinals of the College Football Playoff in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl (24-7), before dropping a stunning 34-31 game to Clemson in the CFP National Championship Game in Tampa, Fla. Alabama finished with a 14-1 record after defeating nine ranked teams and 11 teams that qualified for bowl games during the 2016 season. Alabama finished the year No. 2 in the national polls. Saban, who was named the SEC Coach of the Year and Munger Award National Coach of the Year (presented by the Maxwell Football Club), had five players earn first team All-America honors – Jonathan Allen, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Reuben Foster, Marlon Humphrey and Cam Robinson. Allen also captured the Nagurski Trophy and the Bednarik Award, both of which go to the national defensive player of the year, and the Hendricks Award as the nation's top defensive end, while Foster won the Butkus Award that is given to the nation's best linebacker, and Robinson captured the Outland Trophy. The senior class posted a NCAA-record 51-6 record from 2013-16 and a 64-7 over the last six years which is also the best in NCAA annals.   Saban has compiled a 205-61-1 (.770) record as a college head coach and has gone 112-13 (.896) in the past nine seasons in Tuscaloosa, which includes a 64-8 (.889) mark in regular season conference play. In 2016, the Tide reached the 10-win milestone for the ninth consecutive season and won 11 or more games for the sixth straight year, which extended the conference record. Saban is 12-2 all time in conference or national championship games. Alabama has been ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press poll for at least one week for nine straight years, which broke the all-time record of seven established by Miami (1986-92). Alabama extended its streak of consecutive weeks in the AP Top 25 to 145 weeks, the longest in school history. The 2015 team secured the Crimson Tide's fourth national championship in the last seven years. They became the first team to win back-to-back Southeastern Conference Championships in 17 years (Tennessee, 1997-98) and were the only program to earn an invitation to each of the first two College Football Playoffs. Saban led his team to victories in the final 12 games of the season, including wins at No. 8 Georgia, at No. 9 Texas A&M, vs. No. 4 LSU, at No. 17 Mississippi State, against No. 18 Florida in the SEC Championship Game, vs. No. 3 Michigan State in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl and over No. 1 Clemson in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. The senior class won a school-record 50 games (50-6) over their four years with three SEC Championships and two national titles. The Crimson Tide featured Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry, who also captured the Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Player of the Year and Doak Walker Award. Ryan Kelly won the Rimington Trophy as the nation's top center. Linebacker Reggie Ragland was a finalist for the Butkus Award, Nagurski Trophy and the Bednarik Award, while A'Shawn Robinson was a finalist for Outland Trophy. The offensive line was also awarded the Joe Moore Award, which goes to the nation's toughest line. All four of the Tide's finalists garnered first team All-America honors, while Eddie Jackson was a second-team selection. Henry set school records for rushing yards (2,219), rushing touchdowns (28), rushing attempts (395) and all-purpose yardage (2,310). A trademark of Saban-coached teams, the Tide ranked among the nation's best on both sides of the ball, checking in at No. 1 in the country in rushing defense, No. 3 in total defense and scoring defense, and eighth in pass efficiency defense while averaging 199.9 rushing yards and 227.1 passing yards per game on offense. Special teams were also impressive in 2015 with Cyrus Jones setting the SEC record with four punt returns for touchdowns and place-kicker Adam Griffith connecting on 23 of his final 28 field goals. Saban's on-side kick call in the national championship game proved key, propelling the Crimson Tide to the program's 16th national title. In the classroom, the numbers were just as astounding, as UA had a nation-leading 29 graduates on the roster for the bowl game including three players with their master's degree in hand. He is the first coach to win back-to-back BCS national championships and has won five titles in his last 11 years of coaching college football. Saban is one of three college coaches in the poll era (since 1936) to win three national championships in four years, joining Frank Leahy of Notre Dame (1946-47, 1949) and Tom Osborne of Nebraska (1994-95, 1997). He is also just the second (Leahy) to win four titles in seven years. He is the second coach in the poll era to win at least five national championships (Paul "Bear" Bryant). Saban, the 2014 Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year, led the Crimson Tide to the top seed in the first College Football Playoff at the 2015 Allstate Sugar Bowl, Alabama's 24th SEC Championship and a 12-2 record. Alabama won its final eight games to earn a spot in the playoff, including a closing gauntlet that included wins at No. 14 LSU, over No. 1 Mississippi State, against No. 15 Auburn and versus No. 14 Missouri in the SEC Championship. The 2014 senior class finished with a 48-6 record over four years and went to four straight New Year's Six Bowls, including national championships in 2011 and 2012. The Crimson Tide featured Heisman Trophy finalist and UA's first-ever Biletnikoff Award winner Amari Cooper and Nagurski Trophy and Thorpe Award finalist Landon Collins. Along with Cooper and Collins, Ray Guy Award finalist punter JK Scott, linebacker Trey DePriest and offensive guard Arie Kouandjio garnered first team All-America honors. SEC Championship Game MVP Blake Sims set school records for total offense (3,837 yards) and passing yards (3,487), while Cooper established UA marks in every receiving category. The Tide ranked among the nation's best on both sides of the ball, checking in at No. 6 in the country in scoring defense and 15th overall in scoring offense. In the classroom, Alabama had 22 graduates on the roster for the bowl game (tied for the most in the nation) and seven players with their master's degree in hand (first in the nation). Saban led the 2013 Alabama team to the Allstate Sugar Bowl, making a sixth straight New Year's bowl appearance and the third straight in a BCS bowl. That senior class posted a remarkable record of 60-7 over their last five years with four bowl wins and three national titles. Their record in the classroom was just as impressive as 28 Crimson Tide graduates took the field for the bowl matchup with Oklahoma. Senior quarterback AJ McCarron was named a first team All-American, won the Maxwell and Unitas Awards, and finished as the runner-up in the Heisman Trophy voting while directing one of the most productive offenses in school history. On the other side of the ball, senior linebacker C.J. Mosley took home Alabama's third Butkus Trophy and earned All-America honors for the second straight year as he led a defense that entered the bowl game ranked second nationally in fewest points allowed. Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio joined McCarron and Mosley as first team All-Americans. Alabama remained at the forefront of the college football world in 2012 with an explosive offense and a retooled defense that maintained its place as one of the most dominant units in the nation. The Crimson Tide won the program's 23rd SEC championship (the most in league history) with a victory over Georgia that propelled Alabama into the 2013 Discover BCS National Championship Game, where they soundly defeated Notre Dame by a score of 42-14 to earn the school's 15th national title. For his efforts following the season, Saban was named the Bobby Bowden National Coach of the Year, his third such honor in his previous four years. Under Saban's guidance, Alabama boasted a 978 APR score that ranked 11th nationally in 2012 and second in the SEC. The Crimson Tide also had a 75 percent graduation rate, which was among the best in the nation. The Alabama defense led the nation in rush defense (76.4 ypg), total defense (250.0 ypg), and scoring defense (10.9 ppg) in 2012. The Tide offense ranked 12th nationally in scoring at 38.7 points per game, 16th nationally in rushing at 227.5 yards per game and set a school record with 542 points scored in 2012. The Crimson Tide featured four first team All-Americans in 2012, including two along the offensive line in center Barrett Jones and left guard Chance Warmack. A pair of defensive standouts also earned All-America honors in cornerback Dee Milliner and Mosley. Jones captured the Rimington Trophy, presented to the nation's best center, and the prestigious Campbell Award, as the student-athlete who best combined performance on the field, success in the classroom and service away from the field. The 2012 senior class set school and SEC records for wins, while garnering a 49-5 record since 2009, a mark that tied Nebraska's NCAA record 49 wins from 1994-97. It also broke the Cornhuskers' record (60 wins from 1993-97) for the most major college football victories in a five-year period with 61 (2008-12). The 2011 squad produced one of the most dominant defenses in the history of college football and captured Alabama's 14th national championship with a 21-0 victory over LSU in the BCS National Championship Game. The Tide defense led the nation in all major categories, becoming the second team since national statistics have been compiled, and the first since 1986 (Oklahoma), to accomplish that feat. UA allowed only 8.2 points per game, 183.6 total yards, 72.2 rushing yards, 111.5 passing yards and an 83.7 pass efficiency defense. Alabama finished with a 12-1 record. Saban's 2011 senior class won 48 games over the span of four seasons (2008-11). Seven members of the 2011 Crimson Tide (including five on defense) were recognized as first team All-Americans by major media outlets, while Jones took home Alabama's third Outland Trophy and Heisman Trophy finalist Trent Richardson received the Tide's first Doak Walker Award. The team was recognized with the Disney Spirit Award, which was presented to snapper Carson Tinker, for the team's response in the community following a tornado that devastated Tuscaloosa on April 27, 2011. Jones also received the ARA Sportsmanship Award and the Wuerffel Trophy. Saban's efforts earned him the Bobby Bowden National Coach of the Year Award. The Tide also had extensive success in the classroom with 38 SEC Academic Honor Roll selections (a league record) and produced one Academic All-American in Jones. Despite a young roster that listed only eight scholarship seniors, the 2010 Alabama team finished with its third consecutive 10-win season following a dominant 49-7 win over Michigan State in the Capital One Bowl. Five players were named first team All-SEC by either the AP or the league coaches, while six more earned second team All-SEC honors. Most impressively, two players (quarterback Greg McElroy and Jones) were named first team CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-Americans, which marked two consecutive years in which Alabama boasted two of the three CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-Americans in the SEC. McElroy, the ESPN Academic All-American of the Year, was named a National Football Foundation National-Scholar-Athlete as a finalist for the Campbell Trophy. The 2009 season at Alabama turned out to be one of the most memorable in program history, as the Tide compiled a perfect 14-0 mark and won the 2009 BCS National Championship by defeating Texas, 37-21, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Alabama earned a spot in the title game with a resounding 32-13 win over defending national champion Florida in the SEC Championship Game, as the Tide moved to No. 1 in both major polls. The SEC championship was the program's 22nd. On Dec. 12, 2009, more history was made for both Alabama and Saban when running back Mark Ingram became the first Heisman Trophy winner for both. Saban's 2009 squad also was prominent when it came to other honors, as Rolando McClain received the Butkus Award as the nation's top linebacker and six players earned first-team AP All-America status — a college football record. After the perfect 2009 season concluded, Saban was presented with the first Bobby Bowden National Coach of the Year Award. In addition to the on-field success, the 2009 Tide active roster featured a nation's-best 13 players who had already graduated. That number increased to 22 players with degrees for the bowl game. Saban's first Alabama team finished 7-6 in 2007, but the 2008 season saw a vastly improved squad take the field. Saban's influence had taken hold in Tuscaloosa and – behind a small and united senior class along with a talented group of newcomers – the Tide returned to national prominence. Alabama developed a reputation as the most physical football team in the country and methodically dominated the competition. Saban produced the largest win increase from year one to year two in school history, as the Tide went from a seven-win team in 2007 to 12 wins in 2008. Alabama swept through the 2008 regular season schedule with a 12-0 record, moving to No. 1 in all of the polls and capturing the SEC Western Division Championship before falling late to Florida in a hard-fought SEC Championship Game. The team's efforts earned them a trip to the Allstate Sugar Bowl for the 13th time in school history. Saban was named the 2008 Home Depot Coach of the Year at the ESPN Awards Show and won several other national coach-of-the-year honors including the FWAA/Eddie Robinson, Associated Press, Sporting News, Walter Camp Football Foundation and Liberty Mutual. Lessons learned from the 2007 season – which was capped with a win over Colorado in the Independence Bowl – no doubt carried into spring and summer preparations for the 2008 run. The win also continued an impressive streak for Saban as he has yet to have a losing season as a college head coach. Of the six losses in 2007, none was by more than seven points. In addition to an improvement in the win column from the year prior, the 2008 signing class was rated by many analysts as the best in the country. Off the field, the focus on academics by Saban and his staff made an immediate impact, as the 2007 team put together one of the finest academic fall semesters in school history. The freshman class set a solid foundation for their future at Alabama as they led the way with an impressive combined grade-point average of 3.10 in the fall. Before arriving in Tuscaloosa, Saban's most recent college head coaching stint was a five-season run at LSU that produced a record of 48-16 (.750), one national championship (2003), two Southeastern Conference championships, three SEC Western Division championships, and a 3-2 record in bowl games with two Sugar Bowl victories and a Peach Bowl win. LSU constructed a 28-12 (.700) record against SEC opponents under Saban's guidance. He was named the 2003 National Coach of the Year by the Associated Press and earned both the Paul W. "Bear" Bryant National Coach of the Year Award and the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award by the Football Writers Association of America. Saban was named SEC Coach of the Year twice (by The Birmingham News in 2001 and by the Associated Press in 2003) while at LSU. Saban took over the Alabama program after serving two seasons at the helm of the Miami Dolphins. Saban's teams showed marked improvement over the unit he inherited. Taking over a team that finished 4-12 in 2004, Saban led the 2005 Dolphins to a 9-7 record, the third-biggest turnaround in the NFL that season and the second-highest victory turnaround for a Dolphins team in any non-strike season. Most impressively, the Dolphins finished 2005 on a six-game winning streak to end the year, the longest streak in the NFL that season. Prior to his stint at Miami, Saban's impact on the LSU program transcended the success on the field. His commitment to building the total program, placing education first and instilling discipline with responsibility on and off the field transformed the Tigers into a force on the national stage. LSU produced 84 Academic All-SEC honorees in Saban's five seasons, including 25 members of the 2003 national championship squad. LSU's graduation rate for football players improved dramatically under his watch and two players – offensive tackle Rodney Reed (2002 and 2003) and offensive lineman Rudy Niswanger (2004) – earned first team Academic All-America honors. Linebacker Bradie James earned a postgraduate scholarship from the National Football Foundation (2003). Saban also spearheaded a $15 million fundraising effort to construct a new academic center for student-athletes at LSU, and he and his players were active in community involvement in the Baton Rouge area, taking part in community service projects, visiting schools to mentor children, and taking time to visit local hospitals on a regular basis. More than 50 of Saban's LSU players earned their college degrees, in addition to 28 who were selected in the NFL draft (seven in both 2004 and 2006). Named head coach at LSU on Nov. 30, 1999, Saban led an immediate turnaround of a program that had suffered through seven losing seasons during the 1990s. His 48 victories over five seasons ranked third among Division I-A head coaches during that time. Saban, Paul Dietzel and current LSU head coach Les Miles are the only coaches in the program's history to post multiple 10-win seasons. Saban, Dietzel and Bernie Moore are the only head coaches in Tiger history to win two SEC titles. Saban's 2000 Tigers rebounded from two straight losing seasons to post an 8-4 record, capped by a 31-20 win over No. 15 Georgia Tech in the Peach Bowl. Victories over Tennessee and Mississippi State highlighted that season, along with a key road win at Ole Miss. The 2001 Tigers improved to 10-3 overall and won the program's first outright SEC title since 1986 with a 31-20 win over second-ranked Tennessee in the SEC Championship Game. An impressive second half against the Volunteers was a trademark of Saban's coaching acumen, as LSU outscored the Vols 21-3 in the final half to erase a 17-10 deficit. They won the game despite the absence of starting quarterback Rohan Davey and running back LaBrandon Toefield. Sparked by one of the most prolific offenses in the nation, a unit that averaged 451.5 yards per game, the Tigers capped the 2001 season with a 47-34 defeat of Big Ten champion Illinois in the Sugar Bowl, LSU's first victory in a New Year's Day bowl game since 1968. Stifling defense was the trademark of the 2002 Tigers. LSU posted an 8-5 record and a second straight New Year's Day bowl appearance. The Tigers, who faced Texas in the Cotton Bowl, held opponents to under 275 yards per game through the season's first six games and scored a school-record 30 or more points in six straight games. LSU just missed winning a second consecutive SEC West title, as a last-minute comeback by Arkansas in the regular-season finale prevented LSU from another appearance in the SEC Championship Game. That LSU team overcame the midseason loss of starting quarterback Matt Mauck, free safety Damien James and Toefield in successive weeks to make a run at an SEC Western Division title. Saban's philosophy of "out of yourself and into the team" paid huge dividends in 2003. The Tigers produced a 13-1 record, won their second SEC championship and earned the school's second national championship with a squad that was among the nation's most dominant on both sides of the line of scrimmage. The LSU offense scored a school-record 475 points (33.9 per game) while holding 13 of 14 opponents to fewer than 20 points. LSU's defense ranked first nationally in points allowed per game (11.0) and total defense (252.0 yards per game). After a 7-1 start, LSU ended the season with six dominating victories by an average margin of 35-10. An impressive 34-13 victory over Georgia in the 2003 SEC title game paved LSU's way to an appearance in the BCS Championship Game against top-ranked Oklahoma. The Tigers produced a dominant defensive effort against the Sooners in the Sugar Bowl, limiting the Sooners to 154 yards of total offense in a 21-14 victory. Saban's final LSU team in 2004 overcame the loss of 13 players from the 2003 squad who went on to NFL rosters, posting a 9-3 record while producing the SEC's best rushing offense (200.7 yards per game). The Tiger defense ranked third nationally during the regular season in total defense (249.9 yards per game) and passing defense (145.4 yards per game), allowing only 15.9 points per contest. Over its final six games, the 2004 LSU defense allowed only 12 points in the second half on the way to a berth in the Capital One Bowl against Iowa – LSU's fourth consecutive January bowl berth (a first for the Tiger program). Saban served as head coach at Michigan State from 1995-99, his second stint at the East Lansing school as he also spent 1983-87 as the Spartans' defensive coordinator/secondary coach. After playing in only one bowl game in the previous four years, Michigan State made four postseason appearances in Saban's five years at the helm. Saban led MSU to a 34-24-1 (.585) record. In 1999, Saban led his final Spartans team to a No. 7 national ranking, finishing in a tie for second place in the Big Ten. The Spartans defeated Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State in the same year for the first time since 1965 and recorded six wins at home for the first time since the 1912 season. The Spartans' performance that year landed them a spot in the Citrus Bowl. Michigan State led the Big Ten in rushing defense (77.0 ypg) and total defense (299.0 ypg) while ranking fifth nationally in rushing defense and 11th in total defense. The MSU offense averaged 31.0 points per game. Saban was the first coach in school history to put the Spartans in postseason bowl games in each of his first three seasons – as he led Michigan State to the Independence Bowl in 1995, the Sun Bowl in 1996 and the Aloha Bowl in 1997. Before Michigan State, Saban spent four seasons (1991-94) as defensive coordinator with the Cleveland Browns under head coach Bill Belichick. The Browns went from allowing the most points (462) in the NFL prior to Saban's arrival to allowing the fewest points (204) in the league in 1994, the sixth-fewest points surrendered in NFL history at the time. In each of Saban's four years guiding the Browns defense, they never permitted an average of more than 19.2 points per game. He built a reputation as one of the finest defensive coaches in the league and also was heavily involved in the team's player personnel and scouting process. Saban's first head coaching position came at the University of Toledo in 1990, as he guided the Rockets to a record of 9-2 that year, finishing as co-champions of the Mid-American Conference. The Rockets ranked among the NCAA leaders in both total defense (12th at 284.8 ypg) and scoring defense (16th at 16.2 ppg) and missed posting an undefeated record by a mere five points. Saban joined Toledo after serving as secondary coach with the Houston Oilers for two seasons under Jerry Glanville (1988-89), his first NFL coaching position. He quickly made an impact on the Oilers defense, as the team's secondary tied for fourth in the AFC in 1988 with 21 interceptions and then tied for second in the conference in 1989 with 22 picks. In his first stint at Michigan State, Saban served as secondary coach and defensive coordinator under George Perles from 1983-87. Saban played an integral part in helping the Spartans make three postseason bowl appearances, including a Big Ten championship in 1987 and a 20-17 victory over Southern California in the 1988 Rose Bowl. Michigan State led the nation in rushing defense in 1987, (61.2 ypg) and ranked second in scoring defense (12.4 ppg). A native of Fairmont, W. Va., Saban is a 1973 graduate of Kent State University where he earned a bachelor's degree in business. He earned a master's degree in sports administration from Kent State in 1975. Born Oct. 31, 1951, Saban and his wife, the former Terry Constable, have two children, Nicholas and Kristen. They have been married for 44 years and are enjoying the company of their granddaughter, Amélie, a daughter-in-law Kelsé and son-in-law Adam Setas. Saban co-authored "Tiger Turnaround" in 2001, documenting his first two years at LSU. He then co-authored "How Good Do You Want to Be?" in 2005, a book that offers real-life principles for success at work and at home. In addition to their work as fundraisers for LSU's Student-Athlete Academic Center, the Sabans supported several charitable and civic projects in Louisiana. The largest of those efforts was with the Children's Miracle Network, for which Terry and Nick Saban raised more than $100,000 per year. At Michigan State, the Sabans started the Nick's Kids Foundation, which they have continued in Tuscaloosa, a vibrant example of their continuing concern for disadvantaged children. Since Nick and Terry arrived in Tuscaloosa, nearly $6 million has been distributed to students, teachers and children's causes at over 150 charities through the Nick's Kids Foundation. The Sabans also have played a big role in tornado relief efforts in Tuscaloosa and the surrounding areas. Immediately following the devastating storm on April 27, 2011, Nick and Terry visited shelters where they paid for and served meals to those in need. Through Nick's Kids, the Sabans joined with Project Team Up and Habitat for Humanity in helping to rebuild 15 homes lost in the tornado. After the Crimson Tide's 16th national championship in 2015, the Sabans began work on the 16th Habitat for Humanity home. With support and donations from the Sabans, St. Francis Catholic Church broke ground on the Saban Catholic Student Center. In receiving the 2008 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award, Saban was awarded a $50,000 gift at the A-Day Game. He designated the gift for Nick's Kids, as well as an additional $20,000 gift for The University of Alabama scholarship fund. In June of 2008, the Sabans announced a $1 million gift to benefit Alabama's first-generation scholarship program. The gift has a special meaning to the Sabans, as both Nick and Terry were first-generation graduates.

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Buck and Kincade
The Buck Belue Show (08.03.2022)

Buck and Kincade

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 46:16


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take after today against the Phillies the Atlanta Braves enter a critical stretch of games with many against the New York Mets Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos get the pieces this team needs again and we hear from Manager Brian Snitker about the acquisitions The Mort Report presented by Atlanta Painting Company 680 The Fan's NFL Insider Chris Mortensen talks all the news coming out of NFL training camps and football getting started next week Quarterback Club today in the QB Club Buck takes a look at Georgia's Gunner Stockton and South Forsyth's High Schools Ty Watkins Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon is on! We are 31 days away and we hear a couple calls from the 2013 Capital One Bowl featuring #31 Chris Conley Atlanta Falcons after a season ending Training Camp injury the Falcons are a little thin at this position Buck's College Football Nugget presented by Ace Hardware do the LSU Tigers have the best WR group in the SEC? The Final Word Braves talk on the latest edition of "Buck's Beat Podcast" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
Georgia Bulldog Roundtable (08.03.2022)

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 3:51


Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon is on! We are 31 days away and we hear a couple calls from the 2013 Capital One Bowl featuring #31 Chris Conley Hear Georgia Bulldog Roundtable Monday-Friday at 10:35a part of "The Buck Belue Show"See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
The Buck Belue Show (08.03.2022)

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 46:16


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take after today against the Phillies the Atlanta Braves enter a critical stretch of games with many against the New York Mets Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos get the pieces this team needs again and we hear from Manager Brian Snitker about the acquisitions The Mort Report presented by Atlanta Painting Company 680 The Fan's NFL Insider Chris Mortensen talks all the news coming out of NFL training camps and football getting started next week Quarterback Club today in the QB Club Buck takes a look at Georgia's Gunner Stockton and South Forsyth's High Schools Ty Watkins Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon is on! We are 31 days away and we hear a couple calls from the 2013 Capital One Bowl featuring #31 Chris Conley Atlanta Falcons after a season ending Training Camp injury the Falcons are a little thin at this position Buck's College Football Nugget presented by Ace Hardware do the LSU Tigers have the best WR group in the SEC? The Final Word Braves talk on the latest edition of "Buck's Beat Podcast" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Buck's Beat
The Buck Belue Show (08.03.2022)

Buck's Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 46:16


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take after today against the Phillies the Atlanta Braves enter a critical stretch of games with many against the New York Mets Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos get the pieces this team needs again and we hear from Manager Brian Snitker about the acquisitions The Mort Report presented by Atlanta Painting Company 680 The Fan's NFL Insider Chris Mortensen talks all the news coming out of NFL training camps and football getting started next week Quarterback Club today in the QB Club Buck takes a look at Georgia's Gunner Stockton and South Forsyth's High Schools Ty Watkins Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon is on! We are 31 days away and we hear a couple calls from the 2013 Capital One Bowl featuring #31 Chris Conley Atlanta Falcons after a season ending Training Camp injury the Falcons are a little thin at this position Buck's College Football Nugget presented by Ace Hardware do the LSU Tigers have the best WR group in the SEC? The Final Word Braves talk on the latest edition of "Buck's Beat Podcast" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
The Buck Belue Show (08.03.2022)

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 46:16


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take after today against the Phillies the Atlanta Braves enter a critical stretch of games with many against the New York Mets Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos get the pieces this team needs again and we hear from Manager Brian Snitker about the acquisitions The Mort Report presented by Atlanta Painting Company 680 The Fan's NFL Insider Chris Mortensen talks all the news coming out of NFL training camps and football getting started next week Quarterback Club today in the QB Club Buck takes a look at Georgia's Gunner Stockton and South Forsyth's High Schools Ty Watkins Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon is on! We are 31 days away and we hear a couple calls from the 2013 Capital One Bowl featuring #31 Chris Conley Atlanta Falcons after a season ending Training Camp injury the Falcons are a little thin at this position Buck's College Football Nugget presented by Ace Hardware do the LSU Tigers have the best WR group in the SEC? The Final Word Braves talk on the latest edition of "Buck's Beat Podcast" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Following the Gong, a Podcast of the Schreyer Honors College at Penn State
FTG 0018 - Football, Finance, and Faith with Gridiron Great Stefen Wisniewski '10 and Finance Pro Hilary Wisniewski ‘13

Following the Gong, a Podcast of the Schreyer Honors College at Penn State

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 57:26 Transcription Available


In this episode, Hilary & Stefen Wisniewski share great stories and insights that can help any Scholar, and that will likely be of particular interest for student athletes & student leaders trying to juggle it all, those interested in careers in finance or in non-profits, scholars who will be starting new roles remotely, and students with a strong religious identity. It will also be of interest for fans of Penn State Football, the Philadelphia Eagles, and/or Kansas City Chiefs. Guest Bios: Stefen Wisniewski '10 Education recently retired from a ten-year career in the National Football League playing on the offensive line for the Kansas City Chiefs (twice), Pittsburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles, Jacksonville Jaguars, and the then-Oakland Raiders. He won Super Bowls LII with the Eagles and LIV with the Chiefs after being drafted 48th overall in the 2011 NFL draft by the Raiders. He played collegiately for the Nittany Lions, including a Big Ten Championship and Rose Bowl berth in 2008 and a Capital One Bowl win in 2009. He was an ESPN Academic All-American in 2008, 2009, and 2010. He earned his BS in Secondary Education with a focus on English Communications with Honors from Penn State's College of Education in 2010. Stefen is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He plans to begin a career in Christian pastoral ministry. Hilary (Ford) Wisniewski '13 Liberal Arts is a remote Financial Analyst for the Dallas, TX based Seed Company, a non-profit that translates the Bible into mother-tongue dialects around the world where she manages projects in West Africa and an accounting internship program. Before joining them in 2017, she worked as a financial analyst for ExxonMobil in Houston, TX. She earned her BS in Economics and International Studies, minors in French and German, with Honors from Penn State's College of the Liberal Arts in 2013. Her professional interests include non-profit management, cross-cultural training, and financial modeling. Episode Specifics: In our conversation, Hilary and Stefen share their experiences and insights on: · Picking Penn State – and the Schreyer Honors College – for both academics and athletics · Choosing your major – from economics to education · The importance of developing your communication skills regardless of major · Establishing priorities to achieve greatness in and out of the classroom · Stefen's reflections on playing for the Nittany Lions at Beaver Stadium · The value of the living learning community in Atherton & Simmons Halls at University Park · Making the most of funding opportunities to gain a global perspective by studying abroad and getting involved on campus · Writing a thesis in a different major – and language! · What it's like being a professional athlete · Lessons in discipline and resilience in an up and down profession · Achieving the peak of your profession, like winning two Super Bowl rings with the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs · The importance of finding an anchor and purpose – for Stefen, through his faith · Applying for opportunities regardless of which college at Penn State you graduate from · Leveraging Penn State's size to prepare for work in large corporation · Challenges and opportunities as a trailing partner to someone whose career involves frequent moves · Strategies for starting a job remotely for an in-person firm or non-profit · Making the shift from a large corporation to a non-profit – what is different, and what translates · Thoughts on respectful competition and competitors turned colleagues and working with people from different backgrounds and identities · Moving on to a second career when the first one is time-limited · Being humble and opening yourself up to learning and to mentoring · Finding community involvement even when you have to move frequently · Taking advantage of all the opportunities the College has to offer · Embracing a humble, growth mindset in everything you do all the time ----- Schreyer Honors College Links: • Website • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • LinkedIn • Upcoming Events • Scholars – Need Assistance? Book an Appointment! • Alumni – Learn Why and How to Volunteer • Make a Gift to Benefit Schreyer Scholars • Join the Penn State Alumni Association ----- Credits & Notes: This content is available in text form here. This show is hosted, produced, and edited by Sean Goheen ‘11 Lib (Schreyer). The artwork was created by Tom Harrington, the College's Web Developer. The sound effect is “Chinese Gong,” accessed via SoundBible used under Creative Commons License. The theme music is “Conquest” by Geovane Bruno, accessed via Pixabay and used under Creative Commons License.

Hawkeye Report Podcast
The Chuck Long Podcast

Hawkeye Report Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 58:49


A special edition of the Chuck Long Podcast as two of the best quarterbacks in Iowa history talk football. This week we are joined by Drew Tate to talk about his Iowa career, the Capital One Bowl game he played in, playing in the CFL, and now getting into coaching. Then we talk about wrapping […]

Hurricanes Weekly
Travaris Robinson with Joe Z & DBJ Interview 10-12-21

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 16:03


Travaris Robinson, who spent the past five seasons as defensive coordinator / defensive backs coach at South Carolina, will join the Miami Hurricanes football staff as defensive backs coach, head coach Manny Diaz announced. Robinson's hire is pending completion of a standard University background check. Regarded as one of the top recruiters in the country, Robinson, known as “T-Rob,” is a Miami native who boasts 15 years of college coaching experience. “We are excited to welcome Travaris and his family back to Miami,” Diaz said. “He is a proven defensive coach and an excellent recruiter who will be an outstanding addition to our coaching staff.” Last season Robinson mentored defensive lineman Kingsley Enagbare, a first-team All-SEC selection, and defensive back Jaycee Horn, a second-team All-SEC pick. In 2019, the South Carolina defense – led by first-team All-American defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw – held its opponents to 20 points or less in five games. Sophomore cornerback Israel Mukuamu earned second-team All-SEC honors, while Jammie Robinson and Zacch Pickens earned SEC All-Freshman accolades for the Gamecocks in 2019. In 2017 South Carolina led the SEC and ranked ninth in the country with 28 turnovers forced, while ranking 25th in points allowed per game at 20.7. The Gamecocks held 11 of 13 opponents to fewer points than their season average. South Carolina tied for 10th in the nation in turnovers forced with 27 during the 2016 campaign, including 15 interceptions. Robinson spent five seasons coaching defensive backs before arriving in Columbia, S.C. as defensive coordinator – first at Florida (2011-14), then at Auburn (2015). The former Auburn Tiger standout began his coaching career at his alma mater, first as a staff assistant in 2006 while finishing up his undergraduate degree, then as a GA in 2007. Robinson spent one season each as a defensive backs coach at Western Kentucky (2008), Southern Miss (2009) and Texas Tech (2010) before joining the Florida staff. In his first season at Florida in 2011, Robinson guided a UF secondary that ranked seventh in the nation in pass defense (166.8), while the Gator defense ranked eighth nationally in total defense (299.5). Robinson led a secondary that was one of the best in the nation in 2012, ranking No. 2 in pass efficiency defense (95.55) and allowing just seven touchdown passes – the second-fewest in the nation. Florida had 20 interceptions on the season, good for seventh nationally while safety Matt Elam was a first-team All-America selection and first-round draft pick. In 2013, Robinson's secondary was seventh nationally in passing defense and eighth in passing efficiency defense, while the defensive unit was eight in total defense. Under Robinson, Vernon Hargreaves III was a freshman All-SEC and freshman All-America pick while being named the National Freshman Defensive Player of the Year by College Football News. In 2014 at Florida, Robinson again tutored Hargreaves III, who was a first-team All-SEC pick and named first-team All-America. Jalen Tabor received freshman All-America and freshman All-SEC honors. The Gators defense finished the 2014 regular season ranked ninth nationally in total defense, 14th in pass efficiency defense and 23rd in passing defense. At Texas Tech, he helped the Red Raiders to an 8-5 record and a TicketCity Bowl victory over Northwestern. In his one season at Tech, Robinson had two defensive backs earn All-Big 12 Honorable Mention recognition and a third that was named a freshman All-America honorable mention. His 2009 Southern Miss squad finished in the top four in Conference USA in pass efficiency defense, interceptions and yards per pass attempt, and he coached First Team All-C-USA selection Eddie Hicks. Before embarking on his coaching career, Robinson played two seasons in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Auburn posted a 30-19 record during his playing career, including a top-20 ranking in the final polls after his senior season. He was selected the MVP of the Iron Bowl after recording 12 tackles and breaking up a pair of passes to help the Tigers to a 13-9 victory over Alabama, as they would go on to defeat Penn State in the Capital One Bowl. He was a first-team AP All-SEC selection after collecting 92 total tackles, second on the squad, with four interceptions. He concluded his collegiate career with 166 tackles and five picks. Robinson was born in Miami and attended Coral Park High where he was a four-year letterman and earned all-state honors as a defensive back and wide receiver. He received his bachelor's degree in mass communications from Auburn in 2007. Robinson is married to the former Mandisa Skyers; their family includes sons, Tyson Jerod and Travis Jerod, and daughter, Jordyn. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Auburn Undercover Podcast
Auburn-Penn State past, present with former Tigers QB Jason Campbell

The Auburn Undercover Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 20:52


Nathan King and Phillip Marshall chat with Jason Campbell, who quarterbacked Auburn in its last game against Penn State in the 2002 Capital One Bowl. Of course, Campbell also looks to Saturday's matchup in Happy Valley and his keys to the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Friday Night Life
Harlon and Tammy Barnett: Spartan Pride and Unwrapping Imperfection

The Friday Night Life

Play Episode Play 36 sec Highlight Listen Later May 6, 2021 62:28


#033. Tammy C. Barnett holds a Ph. D in Christian Counseling.  She has served for over 25+ years educating, empowering and equipping people to self-reflect, accept that their imperfections are perfectly them, and overcome any challenges or adversities they might encounter.  Her professional experience includes counseling, mentoring and facilitating.  As a counselor, she offers hope to audiences who are struggling.  As a mentor, she has volunteered with young individuals at the Boys & Girls Club and local churches.  As a bible study facilitator, she provides encouragement to women who are married to football coaches, like herself.  In addition to being a wife to her husband of 25+ years, she is a proud mother of two adult children and just recently was blessed to be named grandmother as well.  Dr. Tammy has just recently launched a social media platform on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter entitled, Unwrapping Imperfection which is dedicated to helping audiences who may be seeking a deeper understanding of themselves as they go through, and overcome, their own unique struggles.Website: Unwrapping ImperfectionInstagram: @unwrappingimperfectionFacebook: Unwrapping ImperfectionTwitter: @TammyBarnettPhDCoach Harlon Barnett began playing football in 3rd grade.  Grew up to play at the collegiate level at Michigan State.  He was a Four - year letter winner as a defensive back at Michigan State (1986-1989) and named captain as a senior.  Harlon went on to play in the NFL for seven seasons.  Some of the teams he played for are the Cleveland Browns (1990-92), New England Patriots (1993-1994) and Minnesota Vikings (1995-96).  Some of the legends he was able to be coached by were Bill Parcells, Tony Dungy, Nick Saban and Bill Belichick.  Coaching Experience:Graduate Assistant Coach at LSU (2003)Secondary coach at Cincinnati (2004-06)Secondary coach at Michigan State (2007-14)Assistant he coach/co-defensive coordinator/secondary coach at Michigan State (2015-16)Associate head coach/co-defensive coordinator/secondary coach at Michigan State (2017)Defensive coordinator at Florida State (2018-19)Cornerbacks coach at Michigan State (2020)Secondary coach at Michigan State (2021-)Postseason Experience:Player-1988 Rose Bowl, 1989 Gator Bowl, 1989 Aloha Bowl, 1994 NFL Playoff, 1996 NFL Playoffs.Coach- 2004 Sugar Bowl, 2004 Fort Worth Bowl, 2007 Champs Sports Bowl, 2009 Capital One Bowl, 2010 Valero Alamo Bowl, 2011 Capital One Bowl, 2012 Outback Bowl, 2012 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, 2014 Rose Bowl, 2015 Cotton Bowl, 2015 College Football Playoff (Cotton Bowl), 2017 Holiday Bowl, 2019 Sun Bowl.Twitter: @HarlonBarnett

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
Michigan Football Classics 8 - 2008 vs. Florida

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2020 140:25


Unfortunately, Michigan Football was unable to play this weekend, so we took a trip down memory lane to the final game of the Lloyd Carr era to relive the Wolverines' thrilling victory over Florida in the 2008 Capital One Bowl. The game broadcast begins at the 17:00 mark. The second half gets going at the 1:05:00 mark. Jon and Brian break down the victory, with all the key highlights, beginning at the 2:09:00 mark.

Hawkeye Nation
Audio: The B1G Hour on KGYM with Warren Holloway

Hawkeye Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2019 49:38


CORALVILLE, Iowa – One of the main draws of this year’s FryFest Friday here on the Iowa River Landing was the reunion of the 2004 Big Ten Champion Iowa Football team. And no meeting of that team would have been complete without Capital One Bowl hero Warren Holloway. The former Hawkeye receiver who caught one of the most memorable passes in program history joined us for the B1G Hour on KGYM radio, which broadcasted from the event. If you missed it, you can hear what he had to say in this HN podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Survival Radio Network2
A Chat in the Garden

Survival Radio Network2

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2019 62:00


Bria Bennett is in her first year as the community partner coordinator. Among some of her responsibilities at Towson will be developing reciprocal relationships within campus and community and coordinating with the assistant athletic director for the Total Tiger Program Antwaine Smith to plan and execute community service linked to reciprocal relationships with partner organizations. A native of Philadelphia, Bennett has experience in ticket sales, writing, event management, social media, marketing, promotions, and establishing relationships with community and corporate groups. She’s a graduate of Florida A&M University where she was a member of the Rattlers’ swimming team. She earned the FAMU Women’s Sportsmanship Award following the 2010-11 year. Bennett has worked professionally for the Florida Citrus Bowl, Reading Fightin’ Phils and Philadelphia 76ers. She was also an athletic supervisor at a Philadelphia Boys and Girls Club. While working for the 76ers, Bennett prepared presentations, proposals and sales contracts. She represented the organization at networking events, community events, and season ticket holder events. Bennett also generated revenue for the 76ers through selling full season memberships, partial plans, group and premium seating. Bennett helped coordinate various aspects of the Florida Blue Florida Classic, the Russell Athletic Bowl and Capital One Bowl by planning marketing strategies, promotions and production. She managed the Florida Classic Fanfare event, hosting 5,000 fans, major sponsors and city vendors. Bennett also facilitated all aspects of the Florida Blue Battle of the Bands. Join us on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith at 10:30 am est  Right here On A Chat in the Garden with Monique A J Smith, where Significance Blooms via 347-989-8385  

Hawkeye Nation
Hawkeye History Podcast: Warren Holloway

Hawkeye Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2019 65:32


Warren Holloway delivered one of the most memorable plays in Hawkeye History. The receiver from Chicago hauled in the game-winning touchdown catch as time expired to give Iowa a 30-25 victory against defending national champion LSU in the 2005 Capital One Bowl. I caught up with Holloway for our latest Hawkeye History podcast. He shared some great stories, including breaking down his famous play, some regrets he has some his time at Iowa, a funny Kirk Ferentz memory and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Moonlight Graham Show
Ep 89: Capital One Bowl Hero Warren Holloway

The Moonlight Graham Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2018 32:55


Warren Holloway shares how he went from being a lightly recruited receiver to working as a scout teamer and on playing special teams for three years before becoming a legend. Holloway didn't have many opportunities on offense before his senior year and caught his one and only touchdown on the last play of his college career. The Tate-to-Holloway touchdown in the Capital One Bowl on January 1, 2005 not only took down Nick Saban in his last game at LSU, but it became one of those unbelievable moments that burned itself into bowl history. Warren Holloway tells Tim that coming out of high school several schools talked to him about playing defense in college. In addition to the impression the coaches and university made, it was the offer to stay at WR that brought Holloway to Iowa City. After contributing on special teams, Holloway was primed to take over the WR position in his junior year when not one, but two hamstring injuries dropped him back down the depth chart. Entering his senior year, Holloway only had 4 career catches and 0 touchdowns as a Hawk. As a senior, Holloway solidified himself as a contributor with 25 catches for just over 200 yards during the season. Playing alongside Ed Hinkel, Clinton Solomon, and Scott Chandler, Holloway was a true role player for the Hawkeye offense. The 2004 season ended with a matchup against Saban's mighty LSU Tiger team that was full of future NFL players including number 1 draft pick JaMarcus Russell, Joseph Addai, Dwayne Bowe, and Marcus Spears. Both programs were 9-2 and ranked in the top 15. The Hawks were co-Big 10 champions and the LSU Tigers were the defending national champions.  The Hawkeyes were 7-point underdogs going into the January 1st bowl game. The Capital One Bowl was a back and forth battle that came down to a final drive for the Hawkeyes, trailing 25-24 and the rest is history. Tim and Warren take you into the huddle and onto the field for that 2-minute drill. Holloway takes listeners behind the scenes revealing the preparation for the game, his perspective on the situation, and even his thought process running the seam route that became ‘the catch'. Enjoy this week's Tim-to-Holloway connection as the Hawkeyes get ready for another January 1st bowl game vs another SEC opponent; the Outback Bowl vs. Mississippi State.

Iron Game Chalk Talk 2.0
IGCT Episode #256: Justin Lovett "Meet Them Where They Are At"

Iron Game Chalk Talk 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2018 20:20


For Show Notes and Coach McKeefery's Website - http://www.RonMcKeefery.com Now Available on iTunes http://bit.ly/1bPlMei Pick up your copy of Coach McKeefery's #1 Amazon International Bestseller "CEO Strength Coach" - http://www.CEOStrengthCoach.com Please “Thank” our sponsors who bring this show to you for free:PLAE - http://plae.us/Samson - https://www.samsonequipment.comIron Grip - http://www.irongrip.com/Intek - https://intekstrength.com/Train Heroic - http://trainheroic.com/Gym Aware - https://kinetic.com.au/gymaware.htmlWoodway - http://www.woodway.com/Versa Pulley - http://versaclimber.com/vp-versapulley/ Justin Lovett is in his second season as director of football strength & conditioning. He was hired Dec. 21, 2016. Lovett joined the Boilermakers after three seasons in a similar capacity at Western Kentucky. During his time with Hilltoppers, Lovett helped build WKU to back-to-back Conference USA championships (2015 and 2016) and two straight bowl victories (2014 Popeyes Bahamas Bowl and 2015 Miami Beach Bowl). Five players were selected by National Football League teams during his time in Bowling Green, including a school-record-tying three in the 2016 draft. Western Kentucky went 30-10 overall during Lovett's time, including a 19-5 mark in CUSA play. Prior to WKU, Lovett spent two seasons with the strength & conditioning staff at Georgia. The Bulldogs posted a 20-7 overall record, played in the 2012 SEC championship game and in two January bowl games (2013 Capital One Bowl and 2014 Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl) during his time in Athens. Including first-rounders Todd Gurley, Jarvis Jones and Alec Ogletree, a total of 15 players were selected by NFL teams in his two seasons at Georgia. Lovett worked with the Denver Broncos from 2009 to 2011, starting as an intern before moving to assistant strength & conditioning coach the final two years. While with the Broncos, the team won the 2011 AFC West and was among the top five teams in the NFL in terms of having the lowest amount of practices and games missed by starters in 2009 and 2011. Denver had eight players voted to the Pro Bowl during Lovett's time there. Lovett got his start among the collegiate ranks at UTEP from 2008 to 2009. He served as the strength & conditioning coach for Miners' soccer and track & field teams, and assisted with football and softball. Lovett served as the head strength & conditioning coach at Grandview High School in Aurora, Colorado, from 2004 to 2008 and as the director of sports performance at Miramont Sports Center in Fort Collins, Colorado, from 2003 to 2004. A two-sport athlete in football and baseball at the University of Findlay, Lovett earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sports science from Colorado State in 2003 and a master's degree in exercise science from California University of Pennsylvania in 2012. He played semi-professional football in the Colorado Football Conference from 2000 to 2003 and was a Colorado Golden Gloves amateur boxer in 2002. Lovett holds certifications from the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association (Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified), National Strength & Conditioning Association (Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist) and National Academy of Sports Medicine (Performance Enhancement Specialist & Corrective Exercise Specialist). A native of Beavercreek, Ohio, Lovett (born Jan. 8, 1977) and his wife, Amy, have two sons, Tillman and Lyndon.   In This Episode We Discuss: What experience in his journey impacted him the most, and Why.Biggest mistake he has made and how he learned from it.What he wished he would have done to better prepare to be a Head S&C. What is unique about his program. Mistakes he has made and how to avoid them when building a new weight room.  Best piece of coaching advice he has ever received.His favorite quote, Book/App/Website recommendation.

Iron Game Chalk Talk with Ron McKeefery
IGCT Episode #256: Justin Lovett "Meet Them Where They Are At"

Iron Game Chalk Talk with Ron McKeefery

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2018 20:20


For Show Notes and Coach McKeefery's Website - http://www.RonMcKeefery.com Now Available on iTunes http://bit.ly/1bPlMei Pick up your copy of Coach McKeefery's #1 Amazon International Bestseller "CEO Strength Coach" - http://www.CEOStrengthCoach.com Please “Thank” our sponsors who bring this show to you for free:PLAE - http://plae.us/Samson - https://www.samsonequipment.comIron Grip - http://www.irongrip.com/Intek - https://intekstrength.com/Train Heroic - http://trainheroic.com/Gym Aware - https://kinetic.com.au/gymaware.htmlWoodway - http://www.woodway.com/Versa Pulley - http://versaclimber.com/vp-versapulley/ Justin Lovett is in his second season as director of football strength & conditioning. He was hired Dec. 21, 2016. Lovett joined the Boilermakers after three seasons in a similar capacity at Western Kentucky. During his time with Hilltoppers, Lovett helped build WKU to back-to-back Conference USA championships (2015 and 2016) and two straight bowl victories (2014 Popeyes Bahamas Bowl and 2015 Miami Beach Bowl). Five players were selected by National Football League teams during his time in Bowling Green, including a school-record-tying three in the 2016 draft. Western Kentucky went 30-10 overall during Lovett's time, including a 19-5 mark in CUSA play. Prior to WKU, Lovett spent two seasons with the strength & conditioning staff at Georgia. The Bulldogs posted a 20-7 overall record, played in the 2012 SEC championship game and in two January bowl games (2013 Capital One Bowl and 2014 Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl) during his time in Athens. Including first-rounders Todd Gurley, Jarvis Jones and Alec Ogletree, a total of 15 players were selected by NFL teams in his two seasons at Georgia. Lovett worked with the Denver Broncos from 2009 to 2011, starting as an intern before moving to assistant strength & conditioning coach the final two years. While with the Broncos, the team won the 2011 AFC West and was among the top five teams in the NFL in terms of having the lowest amount of practices and games missed by starters in 2009 and 2011. Denver had eight players voted to the Pro Bowl during Lovett's time there. Lovett got his start among the collegiate ranks at UTEP from 2008 to 2009. He served as the strength & conditioning coach for Miners' soccer and track & field teams, and assisted with football and softball. Lovett served as the head strength & conditioning coach at Grandview High School in Aurora, Colorado, from 2004 to 2008 and as the director of sports performance at Miramont Sports Center in Fort Collins, Colorado, from 2003 to 2004. A two-sport athlete in football and baseball at the University of Findlay, Lovett earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sports science from Colorado State in 2003 and a master's degree in exercise science from California University of Pennsylvania in 2012. He played semi-professional football in the Colorado Football Conference from 2000 to 2003 and was a Colorado Golden Gloves amateur boxer in 2002. Lovett holds certifications from the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association (Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified), National Strength & Conditioning Association (Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist) and National Academy of Sports Medicine (Performance Enhancement Specialist & Corrective Exercise Specialist). A native of Beavercreek, Ohio, Lovett (born Jan. 8, 1977) and his wife, Amy, have two sons, Tillman and Lyndon.   In This Episode We Discuss: What experience in his journey impacted him the most, and Why.Biggest mistake he has made and how he learned from it.What he wished he would have done to better prepare to be a Head S&C. What is unique about his program. Mistakes he has made and how to avoid them when building a new weight room.  Best piece of coaching advice he has ever received.His favorite quote, Book/App/Website recommendation.

Elitefts Sports Performance Podcast
Elitefts SPP: Evan Simon Interview

Elitefts Sports Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2015 58:13


Evan Simon Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach Oregon State University   Topics in this Podcast The JourneyThe most important aspects of arriving at a new school and implementing your program Big 10 - Pac 12 Stigma Goals of the Winter phase An overview of the winter program individual differences with speed components Using Prilipen’s chart to adjust volumerotating auxiliary movements Indicator Movements Olympic Lifting Overhead Lifting Manager of StressAssessments of athletes mobility concerns with prehabilitation Spring Ball considerationsStaff development (advice for young coaches 2 ways to get jobs demanor and coaching cuesHow can people reach Coach Simon Evan Simon Bio       Courtesy: Oregon State University Athletic Communications Release: 12/23/2014 Evan Simon was appointed Oregon State’s head football strength and conditioning coach in January of 2015. His duties include the development, implementation and monitoring of all strength and conditioning aspects of the Beavers’ football program. Simon arrived in Corvallis after two years as the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of Wisconsin. He helped the Badgers to New Year’s Day appearances in the Capital One Bowl and Outback Bowl. Prior to working in Madison, Simon was the director of strength and conditioning at Utah State University from August 2009-January 2013. The Aggies appeared in two Famous Idaho Potato Bowl games – USU hadn’t played in a bowl game since 1997 prior to his arrival. From January 2006-July 2009, Simon was the associate director of strength and conditioning at the University of Utah. He was part of staff that led Utah to a 13-0 season, a victory over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl, and a final national ranking of No. 2 following the 2008 season. The native of Lexington Park, Md.,  also spent 15 months as the head strength and conditioning coach at Davidson College in North Carolina and over two years as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Kentucky. Simon has been a speaker at several national strength and conditioning conventions. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a certified strength coach via the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. He is a 2002 graduate of Frostburg State in Maryland with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education, and holds a master’s degree (2004) from Kentucky in exercise physiology. He and his wife Linda have two daughters, Abbi and Robyn. SIMON PROFILEAssignment: Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Year at OSU: 1stHometown: Lexington Park, MD  Education:  B.S. in health and physical education from Frostburg State (2002); master’s degree in exercise physiology from Kentucky (2004)    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEFootball Strength and Conditioning Coach - Oregon State, 2015-presentFootball Strength and Conditioning Coach – Wisconsin, 2013-2015Director of Strength and Conditioning – Utah State, 2009-2013Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning – Utah, 2006-2009Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Davidson – 2004-06Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Kentucky – 2002-04BOWL GAMES2015 Capital One Bowl2014 Outback Bowl2012 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl2011 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl2009 Sugar Bowl2007 Poinsettia Bowl2006 Armed Forces Bowl  

Kielbasa Kings Sports Extravaganza
Capital One Bowl Review, NFL Playoffs Preview

Kielbasa Kings Sports Extravaganza

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2014 29:00


A disappointing loss for the Wisconsin Badgers against the South Carolina Gamecocks in the Capital One Bowl - we look at what plays were and were not made. How does a team with two 100-yard rushers and no punts in the game lose? We break it down We also look at the NFL Playoffs - Packers/49ers, Colts/Chiefs, Bengals/Chargers, and Eagles/Saints - we give you our picks!!!

BuckAround: A Wisconsin Badgers Football Podcast
Episode 5 - Jamming the Box (a.k.a. Capital One Bowl Recap)

BuckAround: A Wisconsin Badgers Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2014 58:15


Rich and Max review the Badgers' 34-24 loss to South Carolina, breaking down the missed opportunities and failed execution that lead to Wisconsin's 4th straight bowl loss while turning football cliches into some awful -  but unintentional - innuendos.  

Kielbasa Kings Sports Extravaganza
Badgers-Gamecocks Capital One Bowl Pre-game Show

Kielbasa Kings Sports Extravaganza

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2014 60:00


It's a first for Bucky's 5th Quarter - we're doing our own pre-game show! We break down the key match-ups in the Capital One Bowl as your Wisconsin Badgers take on the South Carolina Gamecocks! Two big guests join us! We speak with ESPN Big Ten Blogger Adam Rittenberg about the Big Ten's chances during bowl season and Fox Sports Wisconsin's Jesse Temple gives us his thoughts on the first bowl game for head coach Gary Andersen as a Badger.  Plus, we'll replay our roundtable discussion of the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Rose Bowl victory for Wisconsin!

Kielbasa Kings Sports Extravaganza
Packers/Bears recap, Capital One Bowl preview, B5Q Rose Bowl Roundtable

Kielbasa Kings Sports Extravaganza

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2013 105:00


The return of Aaron Rodgers - will it lead the Green Bay Packers to the NFC North title and the playoffs? Will Eddie Lacy run wild on the Chicago Bears defense? Can the Packers defense without Clay Matthews contain Jay Cutler and Matt Forte? At 8:20, Fox Sports Wisconsin's Jesse Temple will jump on to talk about the Wisconsin Badgers first year under head coach Gary Andersen, look forward to the Capital One Bowl matchup between the Badgers and the South Carolina Gamecocks, as well as talk some quick Badgers basketball. At 8:40 Bucky's 5th Quarter's own Phil Mitten and Andy Johnson, along with Scott and Jake, look back on the 20th Anniversary of Wisconsin's first Rose Bowl victory under now-Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez, and what it meant to the program. This will be a great roundtable discussion about where the program has gone in the past 20 years, and what we think will come under Coach Andersen.

BuckAround: A Wisconsin Badgers Football Podcast
Episode 4 - What's in Your Wallet?

BuckAround: A Wisconsin Badgers Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2013 68:10


Rich and Max discuss the latest Badger news, break down the Capital One Bowl, and maintain composure all the while watching the women's volleyball team beat Texas.NOTE:  The podcast was recorded before the announcement of the injury to Damiere Byrd.