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Latest podcast episodes about Centre Daily Times

Best in the World Sports
Jonesy & Brown Ep. 018: More Ben Simmons Drama; Penn St. Football kicks off 2021 Season

Best in the World Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 89:20


Ben Simmons wants out. We try to make sense of it all with Jovan Alford or DK Nation and Adio Royster of Liberty Ballers. Plus Penn State kicks off their 2021 Football Season Saturday against Wisconsin. We preview the season with Kyle Andrews of the Centre Daily Times. Theme Music: www.youtube.com/c/DanyaVodovoz/featured

The John Clay Podcast
A scouting report on Will Levis

The John Clay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 41:25


Penn State transfer Will Levis will be one of three candidates competing for the Kentucky starting quarterback job this fall. Levis, Joey Gatewood and Beau Allen enter fall camp vying for the No. 1 job. Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay talked with Jon Sauber of the Centre Daily Times about Levis' time at Penn State, his strengths and weaknesses. John then talked with Josh Moore of Kentucky.com about all the quarterback candidates on the UK roster. Kentucky's football media day is Friday, Aug. 6. UK's opener is Sept. 4 against Louisiana Monroe. For more UK athletics coverage visit www.kentucky.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio
The We Are podcast: Penn State recruiting is on fire

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 41:30


Jarrod Prugar discusses how hot Penn State recruiting has been so far in the month of July. Jarrod is also joined by Kyle Andrews of the Centre Daily Times to discuss Penn State recruiting as well as what to expect from the Nittany Lions this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

This Is Believeland
Ravens With Kyle Andrews

This Is Believeland

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 64:26


This Is Believeland - Real Browns Fans Podcast Episode 2: Discussing the Baltimore Ravens with Kyle Andrews of the Centre Daily Times.

Page 3 Killers: Murders that Went Unnoticed

Drink Special- Old Fashioned                                2oz Rye                                1 Sugar Cube                                3-4 Dashes Angostura Bitters                                2-5 Drops Distilled Water                                Orange Peel or ZestDr. No is the nickname given to a serial killer thought to be responsible for the murders of nine women and girls in Ohio, between 1981 and 2004. It is suspected that he may have killed more. He chose prostitutes that worked in parking lots/ truck stops located alongside I-71. He may be responsible for additional killings in New York, Pennsylvania, and Illinois, from 1986 to 1988.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/page.3.killers.media   Email: page3killerspodcast@gmail.com  Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Page3KillersPodcast   Winsor, Morgan (April 12, 2018). "Body of 'Buckskin Girl' found in Ohio in 1981 identified as Arkansas woman". ABC News. Smith, Dana (April 12, 2018). "Cold case homicide victim identified after 37 years". WTDN. Hanks, Micah (May 24, 2017). "Mysterious "Dr. No" May Have Been Serial Killer Responsible for Rash of 1980s Murders". Mysterious Universe. "I-71 murder victim talked with police before disappearing". United Press International. April 1, 1987. Roddy, Dennis B. (April 19, 1987). "Mysterious "Dr. No" sought in Ohio truck stop prostitute murder probe". Pittsburgh Press. "Missing Person Case Closed after 22 Years Thanks to Justice Department & ABC Television". www.justice.gov. United States Department of Justice archives. 25 February 2010. Retrieved 13 April 2020. Lowe, Peggy (8 September 2015). "Sister's Disappearance Had Lasting Effect On Kansas City Family". www.kcur.org. Retrieved 13 April 2020. Lowe, Peggy (8 September 2015). "Kansas City Women Find Missing Big Sister — 22 Years Later". www.kcur.org. Retrieved 13 April 2020. Berens, Michael J. (March 10, 1991). "Body trail prompts fear of serial killer". Columbus Dispatch. Sneed, Rob (30 August 2017). "Licking County Sheriff identifies Jane Doe in 1990 homicide case". Retrieved 26 September 2017. "Investigators of 10 killings to meet". The Pittsburgh Press. March 15, 1991. "SERIAL KILLER: Dr. No". Crime Junkie Podcast. "LAKE MAN A SUSPECT IN SERIAL MURDERS OHIO INVESTIGATORS COMING TO SEARCH TRUCKS". Orlando Sentinel. April 23, 1991. Chong, Linda (May 5, 1991). "2 TRUCKS YIELD DNA SAMPLES". Orlando Sentinel. Higgenbotham, Mickey (March 22, 1991). "Suspect seen as possible truck-stop stalker". The Cincinnati Enquirer. "Ohio trucker gets life for killing Gary runaway". Associated Press. June 15, 1994. Falce, Lori (March 9, 2015). "Convicted Ohio trucker loses appeal of 1994 murder conviction". Centre Daily Times. "Killer Driver: Gentle Giant Or Wild One?". The New York Times. Associated Press. April 24, 1995. "Truck driver convicted of killing six prostitutes in Ohio to face charges in slaying of N.J. woman 24 years ago". NJ.com. Associated Press. March 31, 2019. "Arrest in Medina County rape could be key to solving a web of cold cases". Akron Beacon Journal. February 14, 2019.

Steve Jones Show
1/29/21 Hour 2 – Centre Daily Times Parth Upadhyaya, Super Bowl Trivia

Steve Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021 42:45


Hour 2 – Guest: Parth Upadhyaya, Centre Daily Times, he says the last five weeks have gone better for Penn State football than anyone gives it credit for, where the QB situation stands next year, and more. Plus, its Super Bowl trivia with the king!

Central Time
3 - Ben Ladner and Jon Sauber Discuss the NBA

Central Time

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 68:16


Ben Ladner, who covers the Atlanta Hawks for Sports Illustrated, and Jon Sauber of the Centre Daily Times join Central Time to discuss what they miss most about the NBA during what should be the playing of the league's playoffs. They also discuss The Last Dance and ways in which basketball has changed for better and for worse. The crew also determines what the official food of NBA games is.

Short Time Wrestling Podcast
Short Time Shots: Back to Virginia (1-7-20)

Short Time Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2020 12:02


Again welcome one, welcome all, welcome you sitting there sipping your coffee or just getting out of the shower. I’m Jason Bryant, this is Short Time Shots, your mostly daily look at the wrestling scores and more from in and around the world of wrestling. I do have one question though, why are you listening in the shower?  Before I get to the notables and daily news updates, we have three major dual meet events coming up this weekend - the 92 team NWCA National Duals, which its official name would take up an entire show - and the 40th annual Virginia Duals, the tournament that led me to the sport of wrestling and the Budd Whitehill Duals in Pennsylvania. But before we talk about that, here’s what happened Tuesday. In Duals: A pair of Division I duals came in the expanded MAC, where Kent State topped SIUE 25-15. Kent State picked up falls from Colin McCracken and Spencer Berthold at 197 and heavyweight to scream back from a 15-13 deficit with those two bouts to go. In the nightcap, SIUE drove east to Clarion and fell to the Golden Eagles 30-13. Brock Zacherl defeated Tyshawn Williams 3-1 in sudden victory at 149. In Division III, Alma beat Trine 42-9. Olivet beat Adrian 21-12. North Central prepared for the National Duals by blanking Elmhurst 46-0. Ohio Northern beat Mount St. Joseph 27-17 a day after Ohio Northern head coach Ron Beaschler had amazing seats at the Ohio State dual. UW-Platteville topped UW-Eau Claire 24-20 in a match that featured 12 exhibition bouts. This is one awesome thing about Division III. It might be a pain in the ass for the event staff, but this is one of the key ways D3 kids get more mat time, especially the non-starters.  NAIA Thomas More knocked off Division III Muskingum 38-14. Best name of the night goes to Thomas More’s Wilder Wichman, he registered a fall at 3:38 at 157 pounds, one of four falls for the Saints on Tuesday. The fastest, though, went to Zach Dunn, who picked up the six in 12 seconds.  Keeping it NAIA, Graceland beat William Penn, the school, not the actual person, 43-12. Montana State-Northern was at Dickinson State and the Lights came away with a 32-21 win over the Blue Hawks. Notables on the Docket: In Division II, Seton Hill is at Shippensburg, Emmanuel is at Belmont Abbey, for some reason UNC Pembroke is going out to Kansas to take on Fort Hays State while American International will face Division III New England College and Trinity up in Connecticut.  In Division III, Coast Guard is at WPI, McDaniel is at Waynesburg, Hunter is at Scranton and Thiel is at Case Western Reserve. In the NAIA, Briar Cliff hosts Midland, Bethany (Kan.) takes on York (Neb.), while Morningside heads to Jamestown (N.D.). One dual that’s scheduled on the women’s side where St. Mary (Kan.) will face Central Methodist. Now to the Duals Previews. The full NWCA preview here can be found at NWCAonline.com Virginia Duals information at VirginiaDuals.com Lycoming’s Bud Whitehill Duals is also something to keep an eye on with 16 teams from Division III scrapping.  FROM THE DWN: Normally, there isn’t much in the way of hard news that comes out of the wrestling coaches weekly press conferences, especially at Penn State, where much of the information is guarded. Well, every outlet that covers Penn State wrestling on the regular is abuzz - and not in a good way - about the revelation Kyle Conel and Anthony Cassar are done for the year, according to head coach Cael Sanderson. Both have battled injuries their entire career. Shakur Rasheed is expected to go 197 while Sanderson announced Seth Nevills’ will get the go at 285. Link via InterMat, since all the stuff from the Centre Daily Times was paywalled. There is one from the Daily Collegian, though. A few changes in the NWCA Division I Coaches Poll, most of them coming as a result of Ohio State’s 17-16 win over Arizona State on Monday where stalling might have been called as inconsistently in a dual as I can remember. Yes, I’m rarely critical of officiating publicly, but as I sit back and watch, I can’t help but wonder where some consistency is. I don’t care who wins duals like this - I want to be entertained by the sport I love. I was more pained than anything. By the way, Iowa still your unanimous No. 1. Little Rock features its wrestling twins from St. Louis, Jayden and Jaylen Carson. Jayden’s already got some solid wins this year at 125.  Who is Indiana’s Donnell Washington? Find out with a Q&A from Indiana’s athletic website.  Mount Union’s Jordin James was named a finalist for the Greater Cleveland Male Collegiate Athlete of the Year Award. That’ll be presented in two weeks. James was just the school’s third wrestler in school history to win an individual national title when he claimed the 133-pound title last year in Roanoke, Virginia.  Matt Lindland’s January Camp report is up and out on FivePointMove.com, where there really aren’t participation trophies.  Tony Rotundo makes a written appearance on the Home Mat Advantage with his thoughts about the rugged Doc Buchanan tournament in California.  And finally, we’ve got another new wrestling program coming to the Southeast as Montreat College, an NAIA school in North Carolina, announced it would be adding wrestling. That came by their desks on Monday, but since I didn’t know where the school was, or how yet to say it, it didn’t make the news. There were 35 new teams announced in 2019, Montreat is the first of 2020. On The Network On The Mat does a Year in Review with is absolutely worth your time. The top notes, nuggets and clips from the show from Trackwrestling with Andy Hamilton and Kyle Klingman.  NC State’s #PackMentality Pop-Ins Podcast returns with host Brian Reinhardt and head wrestling coach Pat Popozilio. You can get to read those stories and more from Mat Talk Online’s daily wrestling newsletter. Sign up for free at mattalkonline.com/news and get the day’s top wrestling stories from around the world delivered to your inbox for free every single morning.  The Mat Talk Online Daily Newsletter is sponsored by Resilite.  If you'd like to SUPPORT THE SHOW and all the on-demand audio offerings, free newsletters and historical research. You can support this program and the Network by making a small monthly contribution or one-time donation by going to mattalkonline.com/jointheteam.  Venmo, PayPal and Buymeacoffee.com are all accepted, but here’s the perk with a monthly Patreon contribution - you get the cool perks like Mat Talk Online branded shirts, glasses and hats, the sport’s best digital preview guides, shout outs on the show and even a guest spot or pitch your show idea or interview suggestion for a future episode of Short Time!  The Short Time Wrestling Podcast is proudly outfitted by Compound Sportswear. Remember, you’ve always got time, for Short Time.  SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHORT TIME WRESTLING PODCAST Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spreaker | iHeartRadio | TuneIn Google Podcasts | Spotify | iOS App | Android App | RSS (Editor's note: This is always a rough draft of the script of the show, there may be minor errors sprinkled throughout and no, it's not in APA style or anything that resembles a journalistic published work. Some shows will also be devoid of show notes, as they're done on the road from a mobile device). Short Time Episode 589 - January 7, 2020

Mat Talk Podcast Network
Short Time Shots: Back to Virginia (1-7-20)

Mat Talk Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2020 12:01


Again welcome one, welcome all, welcome you sitting there sipping your coffee or just getting out of the shower. I’m Jason Bryant, this is Short Time Shots, your mostly daily look at the wrestling scores and more from in and around the world of wrestling. I do have one question though, why are you listening in the shower?  Before I get to the notables and daily news updates, we have three major dual meet events coming up this weekend - the 92 team NWCA National Duals, which its official name would take up an entire show - and the 40th annual Virginia Duals, the tournament that led me to the sport of wrestling and the Budd Whitehill Duals in Pennsylvania. But before we talk about that, here’s what happened Tuesday. In Duals: A pair of Division I duals came in the expanded MAC, where Kent State topped SIUE 25-15. Kent State picked up falls from Colin McCracken and Spencer Berthold at 197 and heavyweight to scream back from a 15-13 deficit with those two bouts to go. In the nightcap, SIUE drove east to Clarion and fell to the Golden Eagles 30-13. Brock Zacherl defeated Tyshawn Williams 3-1 in sudden victory at 149.In Division III, Alma beat Trine 42-9. Olivet beat Adrian 21-12. North Central prepared for the National Duals by blanking Elmhurst 46-0. Ohio Northern beat Mount St. Joseph 27-17 a day after Ohio Northern head coach Ron Beaschler had amazing seats at the Ohio State dual. UW-Platteville topped UW-Eau Claire 24-20 in a match that featured 12 exhibition bouts. This is one awesome thing about Division III. It might be a pain in the ass for the event staff, but this is one of the key ways D3 kids get more mat time, especially the non-starters. NAIA Thomas More knocked off Division III Muskingum 38-14. Best name of the night goes to Thomas More’s Wilder Wichman, he registered a fall at 3:38 at 157 pounds, one of four falls for the Saints on Tuesday. The fastest, though, went to Zach Dunn, who picked up the six in 12 seconds. Keeping it NAIA, Graceland beat William Penn, the school, not the actual person, 43-12. Montana State-Northern was at Dickinson State and the Lights came away with a 32-21 win over the Blue Hawks. Notables on the Docket: In Division II, Seton Hill is at Shippensburg, Emmanuel is at Belmont Abbey, for some reason UNC Pembroke is going out to Kansas to take on Fort Hays State while American International will face Division III New England College and Trinity up in Connecticut. In Division III, Coast Guard is at WPI, McDaniel is at Waynesburg, Hunter is at Scranton and Thiel is at Case Western Reserve. In the NAIA, Briar Cliff hosts Midland, Bethany (Kan.) takes on York (Neb.), while Morningside heads to Jamestown (N.D.). One dual that’s scheduled on the women’s side where St. Mary (Kan.) will face Central Methodist. Now to the Duals Previews. The full NWCA preview here can be found at NWCAonline.comVirginia Duals information at VirginiaDuals.comLycoming’s Bud Whitehill Duals is also something to keep an eye on with 16 teams from Division III scrapping.  FROM THE DWN: Normally, there isn’t much in the way of hard news that comes out of the wrestling coaches weekly press conferences, especially at Penn State, where much of the information is guarded. Well, every outlet that covers Penn State wrestling on the regular is abuzz - and not in a good way - about the revelation Kyle Conel and Anthony Cassar are done for the year, according to head coach Cael Sanderson. Both have battled injuries their entire career. Shakur Rasheed is expected to go 197 while Sanderson announced Seth Nevills’ will get the go at 285. Link via InterMat, since all the stuff from the Centre Daily Times was paywalled. There is one from the Daily Collegian, though.A few changes in the NWCA Division I Coaches Poll, most of them coming as a result of Ohio State’s 17-16 win over Arizona State on Monday where stalling might have been called as inconsistently in a dual as I can remember. Yes,

Short Time Wrestling Podcast
Short Time Shots: 11-04-19

Short Time Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2019 7:21


Monday, the worst day of the week if you’re a college wrestling fan. I believe each year, there are less than 10 total dual meets across all divisions on Mondays. In a sense, wrestling Mondays give you a case of the Mondays, and I do believe you’d get your ass kicked for saying something like that. Pack up your red staplers and burn down the building, this is Short Time Shots, a look at the day’s wrestling scores and more from around the world of wrestling, I’m Jason Bryant. And while I’m getting you reacquainted with the show or if I’m introducing you do it, I’ll typically do these on days where there’s at least 10 duals around the country. One of the podcast newsletters I subscribe to, James Cridland’s Podnews, does a weekday show and they’re about two minutes long. I did Shots long before that show launched, but in days where there isn’t scores, might as well tell you what’s in the newsletter so I can entice you to sign up for it – it’s free – and pitch a plug for this network, since I’d rather strip out the pre-roll ads here if I can get enough support for the program. That’s a hint. And no, the regular Short Time hasn’t gone away, but this was the format the show started with and my enterprise features will be sprinkled in a few times a month. That feed still exists, a Shots-only feed exists, and if you’re a glutton for punishment, the main Mat Talk feed exists and that literally feeds you with in excess of 30 shows a month. So here’s the items you’ll be reading about. From the DWN:   Shannon Scovel from NCAA.com breaks down what we learned from the U23 World Championships and how it will impact this year’s college wrestling season. Shannon’s been writing some solid stuff for NCAA.com the last two years. She was a swimmer at American U. during her college years and is worth reading. In recruiting news from IAwrestle, Colorado state champion Cam Lucero has committed to Iowa. The junior at Pagosa Springs was a state champion at 145 pounds last season. West Virginia will have an unofficial girls state wrestling tournament in February at Parkersburg High School to gauge interest in girls wrestling. The full story via Jessica Wilt at The Journal. Speaking of Parkersburg, congrats to Kyle Bratke and his wife Olivia on the arrival of their first born, Hayden. I’ll send you a Diaper Genie. com profiles several of the state’s native wrestling sons on the roster at North Dakota State University. The Centre Daily Times in State College and Lauren Muthler tells wrestling fans what they should expect from Penn State’s 2019-20 college wrestling season. Baldwin Wallace’s Stanley Bleich was the Ohio Athletic Conference Wrestler of the Week after he won the Ithaca Invitational and was named the tournament’s OW in the process. Paul Santomarco of Lycoming had three falls at the Lycoming Invitational and was named the Middle Atlantic Conference Wrestler of the Week. Not trying to make fun of the young man, but I couldn’t help but think about Three Amigos and the small village of Santo Poco. Just don’t shoot the invisible swordsman. Joining Santomarco with MAC honors was Chase Smith of the first-year program at Alvernia. He too was 3-0 with three falls at the Lycoming Invitational at 174 pounds. Wisconsin native Tres Leon from the University of the Cumberlands was the Mid-South Conference Wrestler of the Week. The All-American went 5-0 and pinned Bluefield’s Creed Lumpp in the finals at 157 pounds. Nolan Saxton of Reinhardt was the Appalachian Athletic Conference Wrestler of the Week after he defeated Division II’s fourth-ranked Kevin Almond of Emmanuel last week. In what used to be the Iowa Conference, Nebraska Wesleyan’s Eron Haynes was the American Rivers Conference Wrestler of the Week after winning the Yellowjacket Open down in Rochester, Minnesota. He was the school’s first All-American when he placed last year in Roanoke. They’re coached by Brandon Bradley, a past Virginia state runner-up from Henrico. Yup, Virginia references, they’re everywhere. Finally, wrestling fan Ted Carreras writes a blog called Hand Raised. He does weekly columns with his thoughts on wrestling. These are reminiscent of things I’ve written for InterMat, Wrestling 411, TheMat and basically any other wrestling job I’ve had the last 20 years. Ted, this is good stuff, so I’m including it in today’s newsletter and Shots.   On The Network: Episode 9 of my groundbreaking, earth-shattering, monumental, award-nominated #ROCKedUp podcast chronicling the foundation and formation of the new wrestling program at Arkansas-Little Rock has dropped. This episode talks with head coach Neil Erisman and U. of the Ozarks head coach LeRoy Gardner about scheduling in year one and how the two schools came together to schedule Little Rock’s first home dual on November 24. All those things I said in the beginning are true. It’s probably the reason I’m spitting out less formulated interview shows and taking a more creative look into the storytelling aspect of wrestling. Seriously. In the Game of Throws fantasy football league, here are the SAFE FOR WORK team scores we can report: The Lorath Bay Buccanneers beat Never Go Full Eli 82-79. Kuhsti Kings beat Straight Cash Homie 76-66, Team Payne beat A Gurley Has No Name 131-91 and Teet Brand Giants Milk beat Game of Jones 108-72. The other two games were not reported due to team names befitting of fantasy football, but not a wrestling podcast. All scores unofficial until Tuesday, which Richard Immel knows all too well. You can get to read those stories and more from Mat Talk Online’s daily wrestling newsletter. Sign up for free at mattalkonline.com/news and get the day’s top stories from around the world in wrestling delivered to your inbox for free. The Mat Talk Online Daily Newsletter is sponsored by Resilite. Short Time Shots is sponsorless. Want to contribute? Got a product or something you want some added exposure for? Give me a shout OR If you'd like to SUPPORT THE SHOW and all the on-demand audio offerings, free newsletters and historical research AND you want to get some of that cool Compound gear, you can support this program by making a small monthly contribution to the network going to mattalkonline.com/jointheteam The Short Time Time Wrestling Podcast is proudly outfitted by Compound Sportswear. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHORT TIME WRESTLING PODCAST Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spreaker | iHeartRadio | TuneIn Google Podcasts | Spotify | iOS App | Android App | RSS (Editor's note: This is always a rough draft of the script of the show, there may be minor errors sprinkled throughout and no, it's not in APA style or anything that resembles a journalistic published work. Some shows will also be devoid of show notes, as they're done on the road from a mobile device).

Airing it Out
Airing it Out: What's to come

Airing it Out

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2019 0:45


Josh Moyer and Jon Sauber of the Centre Daily Times discuss what you can expect from Airing it Out this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

10 Big Conference Calls
EPISODE EIGHTEEN: "Wrapping up a #B1G Spring" hosted by @DanielGillman with @JMcGonigal9, @DanielDash428, and @JSchwartz115. (Also on Spotify!)

10 Big Conference Calls

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2019 14:28


The student-athletes are done with the semester and ready for summer, so we wrap up the spring football season covering the final three teams that we haven't yet: Michigan, Wisconsin, and Penn State. The Wolverine Lounge writer Daniel Dash (0:56) describes the hype surrounding Michigan entering 2019, Jared Schwartz (5:29) of the Daily Cardinal takes us through the muddy QB situation in Madison, and John McGonigal (9:20) the football beat writer for the Centre Daily Times gives an update on the strength of the PSU Defensive Line. It's Episode 18 of 10 Big Conference Calls!

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad
Going For 10, Citrus Bowl, December Hoops, + John Mcgonigal of the Centre Daily!

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2018 133:38


We're gonna look ahead tonight and we're gonna back track. Kentucky football is sitting there waiting on New Year's Day and a chance for 10 wins on the season. Mark Stoops and Josh Allen and all the Cats are raking in hardware and recognition for all of their efforts. Kentucky basketball is prepping for tougher competition as the out of conference schedule and SEC play loom.  John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times will join us to talk some Penn State and Citrus Bowl at 7:00. There'll be plenty of NFL and NBA to catch up on too! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cats-talk-wednesday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cats-talk-wednesday/support

Cats Talk Wednesday
Going For 10, Citrus Bowl, December Hoops, + John Mcgonigal of the Centre Daily!

Cats Talk Wednesday

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2018 133:00


We're gonna look ahead tonight and we're gonna back track. Kentucky football is sitting there waiting on New Year's Day and a chance for 10 wins on the season. Mark Stoops and Josh Allen and all the Cats are raking in hardware and recognition for all of their efforts. Kentucky basketball is prepping for tougher competition as the out of conference schedule and SEC play loom.  John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times will join us to talk some Penn State and Citrus Bowl at 7:00. There'll be plenty of NFL and NBA to catch up on too!

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Dec. 5, 2018 - Penn State is heading to the Citrus Bowl

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2018 26:26


John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times joins to discuss PSU-UK in the Citrus Bowl, Urban Meyer leaving Ohio State and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Nov. 13, 2018 - Badgers, Bowls & more

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2018 29:37


John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times joins the show and discusses Penn State's win over Wisconsin, Miles Sanders, potential bowl destinations and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Nov. 6, 2018 - A nice, long chat with John McGonigal of the CDT

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2018 28:29


John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times joins the show to talk Penn State-Michigan, PSU's confusing QB situation, the disappointment of 2018 and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Oct. 30, 2018 - What are Penn State's chances at the Big House?

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2018 31:00


John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times joins the show to give his thoughts on the Iowa game and what he expects this week in Ann Arbor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Oct. 23, 2018 - Can Penn State's offense catch its rhythm?

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2018 31:53


John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times joins the show to talk about Penn State's persistent drop problem, Iowa and more. Also, we have our updated B1G power rankings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Hoosier Network Podcasts
Indiana Football Podcast: Penn State preview with John McGonigal

Hoosier Network Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2018 54:03


Another week and another preview pod as John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times joins the podcast to preview the Nittany Lions. A lot of interesting conversations about how Indiana will fare this week against another ranked team. Josh fills in for Connor and is joined by Teddy and Ben.

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Oct. 16, 2018 - Moving on from MSU

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2018 33:03


Where does Penn State go from here? John McGongial of the Centre Daily Times joins the show to discuss that and other takeaways from Penn State's disappointing Saturday. We also have updated Big Ten power rankings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Oct. 9, 2018 - The 5 best facts about the Land Grant Trophy

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2018 29:11


John McGonigal from the Centre Daily Times joins the show and plays Fill in the Blank. We also count down the 5 best facts about the beautiful monstrosity that is the Land Grant Trophy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Oct. 1, 2018 - Penn State-Ohio State recap: It happened again

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2018 34:38


John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times joins the show, and we unpack Penn State's crushing, one-point loss against Ohio State. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Sept. 24, 2018 - Penn State is 4-0 and Ohio State is coming to town

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2018 32:04


We recap Penn State's 39-point but also sometimes worrisome win over Illinois and John McGonigal from the Centre Daily Times joins to look ahead to that big contest vs. the Buckeyes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Sept. 18, 2018 - 3 things Penn State fans should know: Illinois week

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2018 32:33


We give the three things PSU fans should know heading into the Illinois game. John McGonigal from the Centre Daily Times joins the show for some questions and noncon superlatives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Sept. 10, 2018 - 51-6.

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2018 31:12


Penn State is convincingly 2-0. We break down Penn State's rain-soaked 45-point rout of Pitt. Also, John McGonigal of the Centre Daily Times joins the show and plays Either/Or. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Sept. 3, 2018 - Penn State is 1-0!... Barely.

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2018 33:33


We break down Penn State's shockingly close win over Appalachian State to start the 2018 season. Also, John McGonigal from the Centre Daily Times joins to discuss the scene in Happy Valley and fills in some blanks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Nittany Lions
Locked on Nittany Lions - Aug. 29, 2018 - Penn State has a depth chart! (Plus trivia and PSU's top 5 season openers)

Locked On Nittany Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2018 28:11


John McGonigal from the Centre Daily Times joins the show to break down Penn State's Week 1 depth chart. Plus our first edition of Penn State trivia and a look at the Nittany Lions' top 5 season openers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Three O'Four's Podcast
Podcast #5 - Centre Daily Times Op-Ed

Three O'Four's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2017 51:15


Recorded February 4th, 2017 Dan and Seamus talk to Jack Swab, a senior at Penn State, about the Centre Daily Times Op-Ed published Jan 29th, proposing to put heterosexual couples ahead of gay parents in the adoption process. Dan, Seamus, and Jack discuss the claims made in the letter, what the CDT can do in such a situation, and the role of the state legislature in LGBTQA+ initiatives. Intro song credit: "Ain't Too Proud To Beg" - The Temptations 1966 Motown Records

Roar Lions Radio
Episode 1.13: Penn State vs. Minnesota Recap, Featuring Jourdan Rodrigue

Roar Lions Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2016 40:27


We have a brand new episode of the pod, and unlike last week's recap, Bill and Nick aren't trying to put a silver lining on a loss. Penn State beat Minnesota in overtime, 29-26, and the dudes are joined by soon-to-be former Centre Daily Times reporter Jourdan Rodrigue to discuss the win. Jourdan also played the PennLive Game. It was...not great.

PA BOOKS on PCN
"Paterno Legacy: Enduring Lessons from the Life and Death of My Father" with Jay Paterno

PA BOOKS on PCN

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2016 57:58


This biography of Joe Paterno by his son Jay is an honest and touching look at the life and legacy of a beloved coaching legend. Jay Paterno paints a full picture of his father's life and career as well as documenting that almost none of the horrific crimes that came to light in 2012 took place at PennState. Jay Paterno clear-headedly confronts the events that happened with cool facts and with passion, demonstrating that this was just one more case of an innocent man convicted by the media for a crime in which he had no part. Noting that the scandal itself was but a short moment in Joe Paterno's life and legacy, the book focuses on Paterno's greatness as a father and grandfather, his actions as a miraculous coach to his players, and his skillful dealings with his assistant coaches. A memorial to one of the greatest coaches in college football history, the book also reveals insightful anecdotes from his son and coaching pupil. Jay Paterno is the son of Joe Paterno and was on Penn State's coaching staff for 17 seasons, 12 of which he served as the quarterback coach. He is a writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications, including the Centre Daily Times, the Penn Stater, and USA Today. His columns for StateCollege.com have been cited by Sports Illustrated and ESPN. He lives in State College, Pennsylvania. Phil Knight is the cofounder and chairman of Nike, Inc. and one of America's most well-known entrepreneurs in the sporting world. Nike is the official athletic supplier of Penn State football's jerseys and shoes. He lives in Beaverton, Oregon.

The Quantum Leap Podcast
QLP Donald P. Bellisario Interview

The Quantum Leap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2015 29:46


Donald P. Bellisario A prolific writer, producer and director, Donald P. Bellisario has been crafting words and stories for a variety of readers and audiences for more than 30 years, and did so long before he gained notoriety as a creator/producer of groundbreaking television series such as “Magnum, P.I.”, “Quantum Leap” and “NCIS”.  In 1961, armed with a degree in journalism from Penn State University, he began his writing career at the Centre Daily Times for four years before becoming a copywriter for a small advertising agency in Lancaster, Penn.  He later moved to Dallas to take a prestigious copywriting position at the famous Bloom Agency. After eight years at Bloom, Bellisario had risen to the level of senior vice president, head of film production, creative director, and member of the board of directors.  Yet, at the age of 42, he was still eager to gamble on a new career.  Moving to Hollywood, he became a story editor on the 1976-78 series “Baa Baa Black Sheep,” with Robert Conrad.  After just five episodes, he was promoted to producer, a position he held for one year.  He then became supervising producer of “Battlestar Galactica” and, subsequently, began to develop his own series.  Bellisario is best known for his creations “Magnum, P.I.,” “Quantum Leap,” “JAG,” and “NCIS.”  Running from 1980-88, “Magnum, P.I.” starred Tom Selleck.  Among other honors, Bellisario's work on the series won him an Edgar Allen Poe writing award.  “Quantum Leap,” the 1989-1993 science fiction drama starring Scott Bakula, garnered four Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Drama Series.  Running for ten seasons, from 1995-2005, “JAG” starred David James Elliott.  Running from 2003 to the present, “NCIS” is currently in its eleventh season.  Bellisario's other “created by” credits include “Tales of the Gold Monkey” with Stephen Collins; “Airwolf” with Jan-Michael Vincent; “Tequila and Bonetti” with Jack Scalia; and “First Monday” with James Garner and Joe Mantegna.  He served as executive producer for all eight series, and also in that same capacity on Paramount's 1995 detective telefilm “Crowfoot.”  For the big screen, Bellisario wrote, produced and directed the 1987 feature film “Last Rites,” starring Tom Berenger.  Bellisario also received the 2001 Producer of the Year award from the Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors.  In addition to industry awards, Bellisario has been the recipient of numerous other awards including the Distinguished Alumni Award from Penn State University; Marine Corps Scholarship Fund Globe and Anchor Award 2002; Red Cross Spirit Award; an Honorary Doctorate of Arts from Washington-Jefferson University; and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  Born in Cokeburg, Pennsylvania, Bellisario served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps.  Bellisario and his wife Vivienne live in Montecito, CA and Sydney, Australia.