The Miami Hurricanes defense had too many “soft spots” in their season opener against Bethune-Cookman. Head Coach Mario Cristobal said, “In practice we were closing on stuff a lot quicker.” Cristobal was critical about the lack of quarterback containment that led to some big plays, but was optimistic that every issue is fixable. Coach Cristobal and defensive coordinator Kevin Steele were complimentary of defensive lineman Akheem Mesidor, linebacker Corey Flagg and defensive tackle Darrell Jackson. Coach Steele described Miami's upcoming challenge in defending Southern Miss star running back Frank Gore Jr. this Saturday. Southern Miss presents many offensive challenges as a team that basically runs three separate offensive systems. Host Alex Donno discusses positive injury news for the Hurricanes. Running back Jaylan Knighton and left tackle Zion Nelson are expected to make their season debuts in week 2. DT Leonard Taylor and C Jakai Clark, who both left the Bethune-Cookman game with minor injuries, are both expected back this week! Donno analyses offensive coordinator Josh Gattis' thoughts on quarterback play and offensive balance. And Donno shares the latest recruiting buzz on 5-star defensive tackle David Hicks, 4-star receiver Tyler Williams, 5-star CB Cormani McClain, 5-star WR Jurrion Dickey, 5-star WR Hykeem Williams, 5-star WR Brandon Inniss and 4-star RB Mark Fletcher. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Upside Download the FREE Upside App and use promo code Locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
WEEI guarantees a victory for the Patriots that are currently in West Palm Beach somewhere shaking in their boots. We hear from Coach Cristobal following a dominant Canes victory. We get his explanation on why he decided to scold Kam Kinchens following his interception and unsportsmanlike penalty. We do a little Karaoke before We close the show out with a Tuesday edition of "Alright!, Oh No!"
Another day another dollar. Unless your Tua Tagovailoa, then it would be another day, another DIMEEEE!!! Yet again, Tua impresses at training camp as Tobin gushes over the young QB's highlight throws. Leroy is over it and ready for "Real" Football, although he does question if any of the Tua hating talking heads will apologize for their cold takes on Phins QB. Tobin praises the Marlins for avoiding a sweep against the Cubs yesterday, winning 3-0! Leroy T-Bones a car...with his body. Lastly we hear from Coach Cristobal as he address the Media following the Cane's first practice. He details expectations and which numbers are off the table in regards to Jersey numbers and for what feels like the first time ever, a Strength and Conditioning coach address the media as we hear from Coach Feld.
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Thanks to head coach Mario Cristobal and his staff, the Miami Hurricanes football team are in the mix for several 4 and 5-star recruits for the class of 2023 and in the transfer portal. Miami is considered a finalist for 5-star 2023 quarterback Jaden Rashada and could land former 5-star O-lineman Amarius Mims from Georgia in the transfer portal in the coming days and weeks. Sports Illustrated's director of football recruiting, John Garcia Jr, joins host Alex Donno to discuss Miami's recent efforts to revolutionize recruiting. How quickly can Coach Cristobal transform Miami into a contender for the College Football Playoff? John paints an even more optimistic picture than you might expect. He predicts where Mims and Rashada could wind up, and where Miami sits in the mix for them and other elite recruits. Not all the transfer portal news, is good, however. Donno reacts to the news that Miami running back Cody Brown has entered his name into the portal. Why is he looking to depart and how much will he be missed? Donno also discusses 4-star running back Mark Fletcher choosing Ohio State over Miami and two other finalists. Plus, Miami's spring game is officially sold out! The Canes will take the field on Saturday, April 16th from DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Quarterbacks Coach / Passing Game Coordinator Frank Ponce is in his first season as a member of the Miami Hurricanes Football coaching staff, where he serves as quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator. Ponce arrives in Coral Gables after spending the 2021 season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Appalachian State. Ponce, a Miami native with deep roots in south Florida, previously worked under head coach Mario Cristobal from 2007-12. “I am fired up to welcome Coach Ponce back home to Miami,” Cristobal said upon Ponce's hiring. “Coach Ponce has a reputation as an elite offensive coach whose groups rank among the nation's best. He is a tremendous recruiter and talent developer, and his units have always been defined by their toughness, their balance and their explosiveness. I know he will continue to build on that track record at home with the Hurricanes.” In Ponce's second stint at App State in 2021, Mountaineers Chase Brice set a single-season program record for passing yards (3,337) and the Mountaineers extended their FBS-leading streak of consecutive years with a 1,000-yard rusher to 10 while averaging 34.5 points per game. The offense helped App State post a 10-win regular season and win the Sun Belt's East Division title. “I'm truly excited just being a part of this organization and this University, especially with Coach Cristobal,” Ponce said upon his hiring. “I've worked with him before. I know what his vision is and everyone wants to be part of a championship program and he's going to bring that to the city of Miami. “I'm excited. My family is here. I am from Miami and I grew up rooting for the Hurricanes. And now I am here wearing ‘The U' on my chest. And I can't tell you how excited and happy I am to be here back in the city of Miami, but most importantly, with University of Miami football.” Ponce was App State's co-offensive coordinator (passing game) and quarterbacks coach for six seasons from 2013-18. In 2019, Ponce joined the Louisville Cardinals' staff where he served as quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator for two seasons before returning to App State. After helping lead App State to a 48-16 record and three consecutive Sun Belt championships during his five FBS seasons in Boone, Ponce oversaw the 2019 development of Louisville quarterback and new full-time starter Malik Cunningham, who set the school record with a passing efficiency rating of 194.45 — a number that would have ranked No. 2 nationally with one more pass attempt. Cunningham threw for 4,682 yards with 42 touchdowns, rushed for 1,091 yards with 13 touchdowns and completed 63.6 percent of his throws in his two seasons with Ponce, becoming the only Louisville quarterback to ever have four touchdown passes of at least 75 yards. Three-year App State starter Zac Thomas was a relatively unknown commodity replacing record-breaking quarterback Taylor Lamb back in 2018, and Ponce helped Thomas make an immediate splash as a first-year starter who developed into the Sun Belt's Offensive Player of the Year with 2,039 passing yards, 504 rushing yards, 21 passing touchdowns, 10 rushing touchdowns and just six interceptions during an 11-2 season. Ponce excelled as a high school coach in his home state from 1992-2006 before joining Cristobal's staff at FIU as the wide receivers coach from 2007-12. Ponce left FIU in 2013 to become the Mountaineers' passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Under Ponce's mentorship, Lamb finished his App State career as the school and Sun Belt record holder with 90 touchdown passes. The only FBS quarterbacks in 2017 with career totals of at least 9,000 passing yards and 2,000 rushing yards were Lamb, Ohio State's J.T. Barrett and Louisville's Lamar Jackson. With 27 touchdown passes and six interceptions as a senior, Lamb had the third-best season for an App State quarterback in terms of touchdown-to-interception ratio, and he led the conference in passing efficiency during three of his four seasons. As a first-year App State assistant, one season before Lamb became the starter as a redshirt freshman, Ponce directed the Southern Conference's second-ranked passing attack (271.8 yards per game). He helped quarterback Kameron Bryant set a school record for single-season completion percentage (71.2) and throw for 2,713 yards even though Bryant came into the season with just 13 snaps under his belt. Ponce is also renowned for his recruiting ability, as he was named the Sun Belt's top recruiter by ESPN.com in 2010. He coached six of the top 10 receivers in FIU history during his six seasons with the Golden Panthers. His most notable pupil at FIU was three-time All-American T.Y. Hilton, now a standout with the Indianapolis Colts. Prior to FIU, Ponce was one of the top high school coaches in football-rich south Florida, serving as the head coach and offensive coordinator at tradition-laden Miami Senior High from 2004-06 and the head coach at Coral Reef High from 2002-03. He began his coaching career with stints as an assistant at La Progresiva Presbyterian School (offensive coordinator – 1992), Coral Gables High (quarterbacks/wide receivers – 1993-96), Miami Northwestern High (quarterbacks – 1998), Miami Central High (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks – 1999-2000) and Miami Killian High (offensive coordinator – 2001). As a coach at Miami Central, he mentored Willis McGahee, who went on to become an All-America running back at the University of Miami and a two-time NFL Pro Bowler. Ponce enjoyed a decorated playing career as a quarterback at Miami Senior, where he was the team MVP and a finalist for the 1988 Miami Herald Hispanic Athlete of the Year Award. He went on to become the starting quarterback for two years at Arizona Western College, where he earned an associate's degree in arts in 1990. He earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from Florida International in 1997. Ponce and his wife, Christine, are the parents of two daughters, Isabel and Leah, and a pair of sons, Frankie and Lucas.
Offensive Coordinator Josh Gattis is in his first season as a member of the Miami Hurricanes Football coaching staff, where he serves as offensive coordinator. Gattis, the reigning Broyles Award winner as the nation's top assistant coach, spent the previous three seasons (2019-21) at Michigan as offensive coordinator. He helped guide the Wolverines to their first-ever appearance in the College Football Playoff in 2021, leading an offense that ranked among the nation's top-performing units. “I'm fired up to add Josh Gattis to our staff as offensive coordinator,” head coach Mario Cristobal said upon his hiring. “Josh has championship experience and has achieved the highest honor as an assistant coach. He is a phenomenal human being, has exceptional acumen in player development and is a tremendous recruiter. His offenses are explosive and well-balanced, and his passion, ambition and energy will separate him as a difference maker for our offense and for our program.” “It's a tremendous honor to be here. I grew up in ACC land, and I've always had the utmost respect for this program,” Gattis said upon his hiring. “When you look at the history, the tradition and the legacy of this place, Miami is one of the most storied programs in all of college football. When the opportunity came up to be a part of this program, it was one that I just couldn't turn down. We've got an unbelievable staff and I'm really, really excited about Coach Cristobal's vision.” In addition to winning the nation's top assistant honor a season ago, Gattis has mentored a Biletnikoff Award winner, multiple All-Americans and all-conference players. He has been a part of four conference championship-winning teams and has coached in multiple College Football Playoff games. The Wolverines were stellar on offense a season ago, ranking No. 16 in scoring offense, No. 25 in total offense, No. 15 in rushing offense, No. 16 in third down conversion and No. 24 in red zone offense. Michigan won the B1G title in dominating fashion, routing Iowa 42-3 before earning a bid to the CFP for the first time in program history. In 2020, Gattis' unit averaged 28.3 points and 381.8 yards per game. The Wolverines gained over 350 yards of offense in four of six contests and went over 450 yards of offense three times. Running back Hassan Haskins averaged more than six yards per carry (No. 24 in NCAA), while four players averaged 10-plus yards or better per reception – including receivers Ronnie Bell (15.4 yards per catch) and Cornelius Johnson (15.9). In his first season, Gattis led the Wolverines offense to a 5,000-yard season (5,220 yards), averaging more than 400 yards of offense per game. The Wolverines averaged 31.7 points and 401.5 yards per contest buoyed by a stretch which saw Michigan out-gain and out-score four league opponents and Notre Dame by a combined +1,101 yards and +114 points. Thirteen different Wolverines were named All-Big Ten on offense under Gattis. Gattis coached wide receivers Nico Collins (37 catches, 729 yards, seven touchdowns) and Bell (48 catches, 758 yards, one touchdown) to career-best seasons along with quarterback Shea Patterson. Collins' 19.7 yard-per-catch average led the Big Ten Wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones (six touchdowns) was also a big end zone factor, and five pass-catchers registered at least 25 receptions each. Patterson became the third Michigan quarterback to throw for 3,000 yards in a season (3,061), throwing for the third-most yards (384) and the second-most touchdowns (five) in a single game during the course of the year. Michigan had two rushers over 600 yards in Zach Charbonnet (726 yards, 11 TDs) and Haskins (637 yards, 4 TDs), and Charbonnet's 11 rushing scores were a freshman record at Michigan. Prior to his arrival in Ann Arbor, Gattis worked as the co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at the University of Alabama. He helped the Crimson Tide reach the College Football Playoff National Championship Game and mentored All-American receiver Jerry Jeudy, the 2018 Biletnikoff Award winner, who caught 68 passes for 1,315 yards (19.3 avg.) and 14 touchdowns. In addition, Gattis developed Jaylen Waddle, who earned first team All-American honors by Pro Football Focus. The Crimson Tide had four receivers and a tight end surpass 500 yards receiving on the year. Prior to his position with the Crimson Tide, Gattis spent four seasons as the wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator at Penn State (2014-17). He also led the program's offensive recruiting efforts, helping the Nittany Lions ink four straight top-25 recruiting classes, including a pair of top-15 classes. Gattis was selected as the 2015 Big Ten Recruiter of the Year by Scout.com for his efforts. On the field, he tutored All-Big Ten receivers DaeSean Hamilton (2014, '17) and Chris Godwin (2015-16). Gattis spent two years as wide receivers coach at the University of Vanderbilt (2012-13) before moving into the Big Ten Conference. During his time with the Commodores, Gattis coached Jordan Matthews to All-America honors twice. Matthews ended his career as the SEC's leader in receptions and receiving yards while also setting the single-season mark receptions with 107 in 2013. He spent the 2011 season at Western Michigan as the wide receivers coach, mentoring Jordan White to consensus All-American honors. White led the NCAA in receptions with 140 for 1,911 yards during the 2011 season and broke numerous Mid-American Conference receiving marks. Gattis began his coaching career as an offensive graduate assistant coach at North Carolina in 2010. Gattis played collegiately at Wake Forest, where he earned his bachelor's degree in sociology in 2006. He was an All-Atlantic Coast Conference safety in 2005 and 2006. Gattis was a fifth-round pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2007 NFL Draft. He spent part of the 2007 season with Jacksonville before moving on to play for the Chicago Bears during the 2007 and 2008 seasons. Gattis has a son, Jace, and a daughter, Reece.
Alex Donno examines the position groups and players who could be exploited as the Miami Hurricanes' biggest weaknesses in 2022. While there's a lot to be optimistic about with a good roster overall and a great looking coaching staff under Mario Cristobal, the roster he and his staff inherited appears flawed in certain areas. Donno takes a look at what parts of the offense could make it tough for QB Tyler Van Dyke to thrive, and what parts of the defense contributed to Miami's poor defensive stats in 2021. Plus, Donno reviews the feedback from Coach Cristobal after Miami's first scrimmage, where the defense won the day over Miami's offense. Under coaches like Cristobal, OC Josh Gattis, DC Kevin Steele, linebackers coach Charlie Strong and quarterbacks coach Frank Ponce, Miami is installing new schemes and hopefully a new identity. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero is reshaping the way the way you play fantasy sports. Dozens of house based games to play daily. No sharks, no funky props, just your skill vs the lineups you choose. Sign-up today at StatHero.com/LockedOn Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Blacker The Berry is brining you a special Alamo Bowl Edition episode featuring Oregon TE, Spencer Webb. Spencer stopped by the BTB virtual studio before heading over to San Antonio, Texas to square off with Oklahoma State on Wednesday, December 29, 2021, at the Alamo Bowl. The fellas talk about the recent head coaching change that Oregon went through, what Coach Cristobal meant to the program, and the business side of college football. Also, the excitement that he and the team have for Coach Lanning. BTB also gets Spencer's thoughts on the transfer portal, what this new NIL means for college football, and we find out he has some problems with De'aaron Fox. . . . Click here the subscribe icon and don't forget to hit the notifications for our YouTube page: Blacker The Berry - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClJHzSbs0pvY8Sxpt09RY5w . . . Blacker The Berry on Instagram Blacker The Berry (@theberrygang1) • Instagram photos and videos https://www.instagram.com/theberrygang1/ . . . Blacker The Berry on Twitter Blacker The Berry (@theberrygang1) / Twitter https://twitter.com/theberrygang1 . . . Dean on Instagram Dean (@berrygangdean) • Instagram photos and videos https://www.instagram.com/berrygangdean/ . . . Los on Instagram
Hour Tua turns into Hour Mario as Coach Cristobal and his infant sized jersey kidnap the second hour of the program. We play a brand new game Goosies or No Goosies to help grade Mario Cristobal's introductory press conference. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rob talks about the Dolphins 5th straight win this time against the Giants 20-9 & then talks about The U hiring Mario Cristobal as their new head coach! Thanks for tuning it, enjoy, share, & till next time .. take care!
Leroy scolds Tobin for his strange priorities while boots on the ground at the HEAT game last night. Super Mario has landed in Miami as Coach Cristobal becomes the new head coach of the University of Miami Football team. The guys discuss the ridiculous success rate of the Alabama coaching rehab. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#9. Interesting conversation is currently being had regarding Mario Cristobal's, Oregon's football coach, reaction to one of his players receiving a penalty for showboating following a great catch. Some say justified while others question his leadership. If you haven't seen the footage, look it up b/c it presents an opportunity to have conversation regarding the difficulties of leading young men and women. The reality is they're going to make poor decisions, it's inevitable, but how we, as the adults, respond to that moment is paramount to converting that negative to a positive learning experience.How should Coach Cristobal have responded? IMO, that all depends on his relationship with that player. Leaders who have personal connections with those they lead are able to make the best decisions for all those involved, which leads me to this episode. The previous 8 shows featured great leaders, many of whom are coaches. Well I think it's time to flip the script and hear from an athlete. I mean, Who better to help us improve as coaches than the athletes themselves?TJ Edwards is the MLB for the Philadelphia Eagles, and I was lucky enough to have him both as a student and a player during his high school years. I asked TJ to be on b/c 1) he has an interesting story to tell and has travelled an uncommon path, from HS QB to NFL MLB, and 2) he's authentic and tells it the way it is. In this episode, he discusses the benefits & challenges of being a multi-sport athlete in high school, he gives us an inside look into WI football and his coaches during his standout career for the Badgers, and he's honest about his difficult transition from college all-star to undrafted NFL free agent. One of my favorite segments of this interview is around the 25th minute when TJ considers the type of coach he would be if he decided on that career path.If you're a coach, truly listen to what TJ has to say, and then I encourage you to go listen to what your athletes have to say b/c it's a great reminder that a little investment in our athletes creates an impact that lasts a lifetime.
Doug says Aaron Rodgers is the one guy that has proven repeatedly that responds best after criticism and negativity. Rodgers will turn this thing around after week one because of how badly it went and all criticism he has received for it. Oregon Head Coach Mario Cristobal joins Doug. Coach Cristobal talks about his team's big win over Ohio State and answers Doug's question about the USC job. Plus, Dan Beyer takes Doug through the game "Real News or Fake News". Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On the Wednesday edition of The Best Of The Doug Gottlieb Show, Doug says Aaron Rodgers is the one guy that has proven repeatedly that responds best after criticism and negativity. Rodgers will turn this thing around after week one because of how badly it went and all criticism he has received for it. Oregon Head Coach Mario Cristobal joins Doug. Coach Cristobal talks about his team's big win over Ohio State and answers Doug's question about the USC job. And after hearing head coaches around college and the NFL get asked about the USC vacancy and evade the questions, Doug speculates on who would be the best fit to be the next Trojans coach. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
John Canzano talks with Matt Prehm of 247Sports to dive into the Oregon Ducks football program and what we can expect against Ohio State and the entire 2021 season. Canzano asks Prehm what vibe he's getting from Coach Cristobal, the difference in the size of this Ducks team compared to years past, what coaches and players are saying about quarterback Anthony Brown, the trajectory of the program right now, if Oregon will be able to answer questions about their run defense from last season, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Coach Cristobal recaps the Ducks' first scrimmage of camp. Plus, Joey Mac sits down with sports dietician Jordan Sylvester discussing nutrition for athletes, go-to meals and what goes into each student-athlete's dietary plan. #GoDucks
Guests: Matt Prehm, F. King Alexander John Canzano talks with these guests about choosing your sports team, Coach Cristobal's reaction to Oregon's first big scrimmage game, getting to know Oregon State's new president, and celebrating those big moments in youth sporting events. Plus, Punch It! Audio. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Guests: Gabriel Sewell, AJ McCord, Shannon Furman, Steven Ortiz John Canzano talks with these guests about instilling gratitude into children, what separates Coach Cristobal in the recruiting game, Justin Herbert's appearance on this season of Hard Knocks, Carmelo's presence in the Blazers locker room, and the challenges of being married to a professional athlete. Plus, The Big Splash and Punch It! Audio. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Guest: Gabriel Sewell - Father of Oregon Ducks, Penei and Noah Sewell John Canzano talks with Gabe Sewell about instilling gratitude in his children, how football became such a big part of the family, some of his favorite life mottos, what made Coach Cristobal different in the recruiting process, and the family dynamic after his kids left the house. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Guest: Matt Prehm - 247Sports John Canzano talks with Matt Prehm about his reaction to cancellation of the Pac-12's fall season, whether or not Penei Sewell should play if the spring season happens, Coach Cristobal's message to the media, and how this affects recruiting. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Guest: Rob Mullens - University of Oregon Athletic Director John Canzano talks with Rob Mullens about how the postponed season has impacted his staff, making up for the hole in their budget, how fan support impacts the program, the likelihood of getting the Ohio State game back, the emphasis on player health, and bumping into Coach Cristobal on his morning runs. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Friday, February 14, 2020 Guests: Joe Moorhead, Matt Prehm, Wayne Tinkle, Rebecca Black John Canzano talks with these guests about how Coach Moorhead is settling into his new job at Oregon, falling in love with sports, Coach Cristobal's pay raise, Oregon State basketball's winning streak, and overcoming the harsh realities of cyber bullying. Plus, The Big Splash, Punch It! Audio, and 2@2. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Guest: Matt Prehm - 247Sports John Canzano talks with Matt Prehm about his first impression of Joe Moorhead, Coach Cristobal's pay raise, and why Oregon fans should get used to the increasing coaching competition. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Host and Emerald City Native Jordan Long goes over some exciting details from Oregon Football's singing day. We talk about new OC Joe Moorhead, get some good quotes from Coach Cristobal, highlight new signee Jaysin Jones, and talk a little about the new QBs on the squad. We then talk about Justin Herbert's Draft profile, which will be the beginning of what I am sure will be a lot of draft talk coming in future episodes. We do a little preview about the defensive struggles that Oregon might have tonight against Oregon State Beavers in the 353rd Civil War Game. Find Jordan on Twitter @TheDustoffguy, and follow the show's Facebook page at Long Wave Radio Network. Use #AskLWR on Twitter to send in questions and comments to the show. Please subscribe on Apple, or click follow on Spotify, etc. Have a great day, and Go Ducks! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Guest: Matt Prehm - 247Sports John Canzano talks with Matt Prehm about barbequing in the winter, what Coach Cristobal is doing that the rest of the Pac-12 isn't, why Jayson Jones decided to come to Oregon, and who will start at QB for the Ducks. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Guests: Matt Prehm, Scott Leykam, Ken Goe John Canzano talks with these guests about what Coach Cristobal is doing that the rest of the Pac-12 isn't, an update on the helicopter accident involving Kobe Bryant, a potential hot seat at the University of Portland, and what a Final Four tournament would mean for the city of Portland. Plus, The Big Splash, Punch It! Audio, and 2@2. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Guest: Tyson Alger - The Athletic John Canzano talks with Tyson Alger about the newest Oregon recruits under Coach Cristobal, how that changes the rest of the conference, what comes next for Oregon in the QB position, and what kind of pro athlete Justin Herbert will be. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Guest: Samie Parker – Former Kansas City Chief and Oregon Duck John Canzano talks with Samie Parker about what went wrong for the 49ers in the Super Bowl, how he thinks Coach Cristobal is doing at Oregon, being a Girl Dad, and his involvement in 7 on 7 football. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Hour 3: Oregon Women's Basketball head Coach Kelly Graves breaks down the loss to ASU, what good can come from the loss, Prepping for Stanford, and more. Plus: more Coach Cristobal, National Championship game, and tweet of the day.