Happy Athletics LLC day! World Juniors, Alliance Group, Coaching Carousel update, and Prefontaine results...are those words not enough to intrigue you to listen in?! Sir Lucious, Lamar, and Clyde all contribute their thoughts and perspectives on each of the topics and SHEESH! Their words DON'T disappoint. After we let the tiles get some things off their chest, Sir Lucious steps into RAPID FIRE Hawaii edition. (And no, Big League doesn't give Sir Lucious any suspect questions!) Well, thanks for tuning in and we will see ya in a few clicks! Want to have an exploratory conversation about YOUR track equipment needs? Connect with us: Host Mike Cunningham on Twitter: @mikecunningham Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 800-637-3090 Twitter: @GillAthletics Instagram: @GillAthletics1918 Facebook: facebook.com/gillathletics LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/gillathletics/
It's just now October, but that doesn't mean the college football coaching carousel hasn't started. USC is open, UConn is open, Georgia Southern is open. Plenty of other moves will start to go into effect in the next few weeks and months, so we figured it was time to get an early read on the pulse. Host: Trey Scott Guest: Chris Singletary Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ILWomen's Halley Griggs, Rachael DeCecco and Alyssa Murray Cometti have a lot to go over, starting with the coaching moves in women's DI, starting with Clemson. Then they discuss the activity in the Transfer Portal, what they've seen and heard from Sixes and how AU Pro wrapped up. Powered by Unleashed.
Jason and Jared catch up after a busy week for the USMNT. The US have advanced to the quarterfinals in the CONCACAF Gold Cup after another unconvincing win, this time against a rising Canada team. Is Gregg Berhalter doing enough to put this team in a position to win? Does this tournament even matter to US Soccer? Injuries are unfortunately front and center for the squad and the guys debate their replacements on the current squad and who could be called up. Plus, who's stock has risen or fallen from the Gold Cup - James Sands has emerged as a reliable player in the back for Berhalter and the US in the group stage. Finally, Atlanta United have sacked Gabriel Heinze after reports of him withholding water from the team, players picking up eating disorders and Josef Martinez refusing to train with the manager. Is Carlos Bocanegra (who Jared played against in HS) on the hot seat now? Support The Best Soccer Show on Patreon: https://bit.ly/360mTM6
In this week's Point of Contention Marcus Thompson and Amin Elhassan debate! Hosted by Zach Harper. Take 1: On Tuesday night the Chris Paul Suns took Game 1 of the 2021 NBA Finals 118-105, led by Paul who had 32 points and 8 assists, the first player with 30 points and 8 assists in a Finals debut since Michael Jordan in 1991. Take 2: Meanwhile, the Bucks will have to regroup and see if they can rally for a Game 2 win. Going down 2-0 heading back home will certainly be a MOUNTAIN to CLIMB and the master of “sticking to your guns” head coach Mike Budenholzer will have to adjust. Adjust? Take 3: The Dawn of a New Era? Take 4: The Coaching Carousel! You spin me right round baby right round like a record baby! Take 5: Kevin 'USA' Love's Rehab Assignment Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A special report from Lexington, Kentucky-The Bucks crush the Hawks in game 2 plus we talk Suns vs. Clippers; NBA coaching carousel; NHL Stanley Cup finals and MLB standings.
The Pelicans remain coach-less as the two top candidates Charles Lee and Willie Green face each other in the NBA Finals - which one will be bringing their ring to the locker room next season? Stan Van Gundy pops back into the news to highlight his troubles in NOLA as whispers around the league get louder about Griff. Music and theme song provided by Mike Wiebe of Drakulas, Riverboat Gamblers and the Zach and Mike Make 3 Podcast. Polk & Kush is sponsored by Ale on Oak and Jansen Petagna at French Quarter Realty.
The NBA Finals are almost here! Jesus Acevedo Jr. and Alex Aguilera discuss the Phoenix Suns' Finals run (3:12) the Clippers’ Western Conference Finals' trip (9:20). Next, the guys break down the impact of Giannis’ and Trae Young’s injuries (20:10). Lastly, the Fiends run through the ongoing coaching carousel happening in the NBA (26:19).
We're in the middle of the NBA conference finals but that isn't stopping other teams from stealing headlines. The Mavs hire Jason Kidd as predicted and the Blazers hire Chauncy Billups. We break down whether these hires are good fits. The Clippers are on the brink of elimination with Kawhi still out and the Bucks are trying to establish themselves against the surprising young Hawks. We give our analysis on the series' to this point and predict the series outcomes. 3 of the 4 remaining teams are led by stars 26 or younger, have the new young stars of the league taken the reigns from the last generation? Out of the remaining teams, which star 26 or younger would you want to build with for the next 10 years? Khris Middleton is actually really good, despite not getting much love he has proven time and again these playoffs he is the Buck's closer. Is Giannis guilty of being Robin to Khris' Batman? Kawhi Leonard's recent knee injury and refusal to play through it have many similarities to his quad injury in SA. Will the Clippers handle this situation better and is Kawhi guilty of not being able to play through discomfort? All this and more on this weeks episode!
Euroleague (2:42), Suns-Clippers Game 5 (8:46), Bucks-Hawks (32:13), NBA Coaching Carousel (41:00), Portland & Dame (46:25), Becky Hammon (50:28), Celtics Hire Udoka (53:00), Lillard Trade Destinations (57:58)
The gang breaks down the conference finals, do the Hawks still have a chance to win? The Suns as NBA champions? The idea confounds one of the guys. Rick Carlisle chose.. The Pacers? Huh. Dame realizing the price of loyalty, all that and more. Also this was recorded Monday night as game 5 of Suns-Clippers took place so.. Yeah we were wrong.. Not The Experts.
Sam Amick, Fred Katz, and Anthony Slater discuss the Clippers victory over the Suns in Game 5 to stave off elimination, Paul George and Reggie Jackson's performance. How did the Suns fall apart? Can the get it together and make it to the Finals? Are the Bucks Finals bound? All that and more on today's episode of Tampering Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, and Tim Bontemps discuss the Clippers' win in Game 3, the lasting effects of Devin Booker's broken nose, the ascension and chutzpah of Trae Young, the latest intel on the coaching carousel, and the two biggest takeaways from the draft lottery.
Larry Brown is without question one of the greatest basketball coaches of all time. The Hall of Famer has coached 9 NBA teams, two ABA teams, and is the only head coach to win an NBA Championship (2004 Detroit Pistons) and an NCAA Championship (Kansas 1988). He has mentored and developed great coaches like Gregg Popovich, John Calipari, Bill Self, and countless others. With all the turmoil and open coaching jobs, who better to bring some perspective and insight to the always spinning NBA coaching carousel. Larry and Mike Wise discuss their mutual admiration for Rick Carlisle, who recently resigned as the Dallas Mavericks head coach as well as sizing up some of the candidates for jobs, many of whom either played for Larry or competed against him. As Coach says "I don't have a "Coaching Tree," I have a "Coaching Forest."
Henry makes his return back to the microphone as the Boyers talk the Kemba Walker-Al Horford Trade (1:37). Milwaukee forces a Game 7 in Brooklyn (7:40) and CP3 and Kawhi go down (14:50). Playoff P finally shows up in Game 6 in Utah (17:25) and the 76ers melt down in back to back games (21:05). Then the fellas discuss the whirlwind of NBA coaching news including Rick Carslile's abrupt resignation from Dallas (34:20). The Boyers have another golf bet, this time on the U.S. Open (43:50) and have an iCarly-inspired Freaky Friday (46:00). Finally they end, as always, with three-cheers (56:00)
Frank and Jason are back with another episode of The DFO Rundown! They kicked off the podcast by talking about the number of coaching changes going on around the league and Frank gave us the latest on who could be heading where. It was fitting that after that, they welcomed Columbus Blue Jackets Head Coach Brad Larsen to the Wood Jerseys Studio! Larsen talked about finally getting a chance to be an NHL bench boss after years of working the AHL and with the Blue Jackets as an Assistant Coach. They wrapped up the interview with Brad with some Rapid Fire Questions and then to end the episode, Tyler Yaremchuk grilled Frank and Jason in a new edition of 'Buy/Sell'.
The Ringer's Jonathan Tjarks joins Justin, Rob, and Wos live on Greenroom Wednesday night to talk about the Hawks incredible comeback against the 76ers to win Game 5 (0:42) and the Clippers win over the Jazz without Kawhi Leonard (15:36). Then they get into the host of coaching and front office maneuvers that came out on this busy Wednesday, including the Pelicans firing head coach Stan Van Gundy (35:55), the Mavericks firing general manager Donnie Nelson (46:52), and the Wizards firing head coach Scott Brooks (54:50). Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney, and Wosny Lambre Guest: Jonathan Tjarks Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this week's Point of Contention Ethan Strauss and Marcus Thompson debate! Hosted by Anthony Slater. Take 1: What kind of Bud is Mike smoking!? Take 2: Is Chris Paul Cursed? Take 3: The Clippers Curse Strikes Again!? Take 4: “Im the Captain Now!” Take 5: Oh the Times they are A Changin' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
‘Tis the season for coaching moves – lots and lots of coaching moves. On this episode, Brad and Dillon recap some of the most notable hires from the past few days. Nettleton has made several hires, including Luke Hargett as head baseball coach (6:42). Hargett was most recently an assistant at Madison Central, this year's Class...
The Suns are the first team to make it into the Conference Finals, so we talk about the impact CP3 has had on that team and how they were able to sweep the Nuggets (2:37). Is Chris Paul a top 5 PG of all time? (10:59). We also look at the coaching carousel and try to match available coaches with teams that need them (31:05). And on NBA Twitter, Suns fans fighting Nuggets fans while predicting the future (40:09).
Mike Harmon and Ryan Hollins, in for Jason Smith, examine the head coaching vacancies around the NBA. Should Frank Vogel be watching over his shoulder for Jason Kidd taking his job? The guys discuss the Lakers as they enter their offseason. Plus, the guys react live as the Suns take a 2-0 series lead on the Nuggets. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Spencer Davies and Brian Fritz of BasketballNews.com discuss the wild Sixers - Hawks series tied at a game apiece including Joel Embiid's performance despite a knee injury, the Bucks falling 0-2 to the Nets and the problems with Milwaukee so far this series. Then, they talk about the other second-round series including the Jazz taking game one against the Clippers and the Suns leading the Nuggets 1-0, the coaching openings and who might get hired, Nikola Jokic winning MVP, other awards and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's podcast Adam and Tony discuss the latest Indiana Pacers related coaching news (Steve Clifford and Terry Stotts) and rank each player based on trade value. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The FC crew break down Tottenham's pursuit of Antonio Conte as their next manager and question if the match between the pair will work. Plus, the guys discuss Barcelona confirming Ronald Koeman will stay as Barcelona manager next season, Sergio Aguero's family accusing Pep Guardiola of faking tears and the final Shaka's Power Rankings of the season.
Ric discusses a potential name for the Boston Celtics' opening that is not on the oddsmaker's list and breaks down why he disagrees with the Warriors' Draymond Green that the Mavericks won Game 5 by limiting Paul George's offensive involvement. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/bucher-and-friends. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alexi and Mosse open the show with a recap of USMNT’s 2-1 loss against Switzerland, give a preview to their match vs. Honduras in the CONCACAF Nations League finals, and give an MLS week 7 recap (11:10). The guys then talk about the Copa America relocation from Argentina to Brazil, UEFA Champions final, pride in Christian Pulisic, Pep Guardiola’s legacy takes hit, and why Alexi doesn’t think N’Golo Kante deserves the Ballon D’Or (26:30). They react to the numerous coaching changes, including Zinedine Zidane, Andrea Pirlo, Antonio Conte and more. In #AskAlexi, fans ask if Christian Pulisic ranks higher than Landon Donovan with his recent UCL win, and a young player asks if it’s better to play college or sign a pro contract in US or Europe. We have an audio question where fan asks about an upcoming Juventus documentary and what teams Alexi and Mosse would like to see (1:19:17) Finally, Alexi caps the show with his “One for the Road,” where he gives a Memorial Day salute. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the first episode of the week, Joe Fischetti covers the following: Part 1: Match Review - Napoli Femminile vs AS Roma (1:02) Part 2: Match Review - Napoli U19 vs Salernitana U19 (13:25) Part 3: Feature - The Serie A Coaching Carousel (23:34)
The FC crew discuss all of the coaching changes around European's top teams including reports that Max Allegri will replace Andrea Pirlo at Juventus and Simone Inzaghi will take charge of Inter after Antonio Conte left the Serie A champions. Plus, who will replace Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid? And have Manchester United improved under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?
Episode 31 of the "New Ice City" podcast delves into what host Vince Mercogliano has learned by chatting with former teammates of New York Rangers team president and general manager Chris Drury and where the Rangers stand in their search for a new head coach. Plus, Columbus Blue Jackets reporter Brian Hedger joins the show to discuss John Davidson, David Quinn and John Tortorella. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mississippi State insider Steve Robertson joins the show on the Modelo guest line talking Bulldogs baseball. Steve starts the conversation with his thoughts on the college baseball coaching carousel, and how MSU assistants could be on the move this off-season.
No guest on today's episode, leaving Bob and John to chat amongst themselves about the NHL and their coaching carousel. The two discuss the recent departures around the league and speculate as to where John Tortorella, Rick Tocchet and David Quinn could go next - Is a Torts/Rangers reunion likely? Bob and John also wonder what's taking the Carolina Hurricanes so long to re-sign Rod Brind'Amor - with Seattle looking for their first coach in franchise history, John thinks their target could be Rod the Bod. Also on the show, we talk about how Bruce Boudreau could make a great fit in Arizona, what coach is next on the chopping block and whether it is even fair to judge a coaches performance during the pandemic season.
On this episode of the VANcast, JPat and Drancer look back at a pair of Canucks games in Winnipeg as the team officially had its slim playoff hopes dashed. The guys discuss Travis Green's uncertain future and some of the comments he made about his job this week. They also wonder why a number of the prospects did not play against the Jets. And they offer up their thoughts on what a week of meaningless hockey will look like. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
First, Ian and Hailey discuss Connor McDavid’s milestone weekend, hitting the hundred-point plateau against the Canucks, the coaching carousel beginning to spin over the weekend, potential John Tortorella landing spots, Stanley Cup Final Four predictions, fallen ice cubes, and more. Then, The Athletic’s James Mirtle joins the show to talk about the North Division champion Toronto Maple Leafs, who will be in goal when the playoffs begin next week, if Auston Matthews is already on the Leafs’ Mt. Rushmore or not, what the roster could look like next season, and much more. Plus, to close things out, Ian and Hailey run through a series of Multiple Choice Madness questions. And, don’t forget, you can sign up for an annual subscription to The Athletic for just $3.99 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow
Arizona fired Sean Miller Wednesday. Weird timing. Norlander explains more as to why it happened the way it did. And Parrish's column on this can be read in the description below. The guys open on the Arizona opening, including the candidate list, before moving on to talk North Carolina (23:30) hiring Hubert Davis to replace Roy Williams. The pod closes around the 32-minute mark with some thoughts on Texas Tech promoting Mark Adams to replace Chris Beard and Oklahoma hiring Porter Moser. https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/arizona-fires-sean-miller-but-it-would-have-made-more-sense-for-everybody-if-this-had-been-done-much-sooner/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network reacts to the recent hirings of Hubert Davis at North Carolina & Porter Moser at Oklahoma. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by NC Nick (@NC_Nick) as the two rate the coaching hires and also touch on the other coaching hires going on across the college basketball landscape. Did UNC sell themselves short by hiring Hubert Davis? Will Porter Moser be the top hire of the offseason? How will Loyola Chicago be with Drew Valentine taking over? Did Utah perhaps have the best hire in the offseason with Craig Smith? Does Ryan Odom to Utah State make sense? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Experience. Follow - Twitter | InstagramWatch - YouTube | TwitchSubscribe - Apple | Spotify | GoogleRead - SportsGamblingPodcast.comDiscuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - Support for this episode - WynnBet | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network reacts to the recent hirings of Hubert Davis at North Carolina & Porter Moser at Oklahoma. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by NC Nick (@NC_Nick) as the two rate the coaching hires and also touch on the other coaching hires going on across the college basketball landscape. Did UNC sell themselves short by hiring Hubert Davis? Will Porter Moser be the top hire of the offseason? How will Loyola Chicago be with Drew Valentine taking over? Did Utah perhaps have the best hire in the offseason with Craig Smith? Does Ryan Odom to Utah State make sense? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Experience. Follow - Twitter | InstagramWatch - YouTube | TwitchSubscribe - Apple | Spotify | GoogleRead - SportsGamblingPodcast.comDiscuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP"
Eli Hershkovich and Thomas Casale dish out all of their Final Four bets for Baylor-Houston and Gonzaga-UCLA before diving into the latest college basketball coaching news (20:32). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The days after Selection Sunday bring a heavy influx of headlines due to coaches being fired and/or hired. Seven jobs of note have either cut ties or made new ones with coaches in the past 36 hours. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander offer up their thoughts on the openings and closings at Iowa State, Minnesota, DePaul, Penn State, Boston College and New Mexico. As for Indiana, that's covered in an emergency pod from Monday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fastest 2 Minutes (2:01 - 5:31). We recap every game from the weekend starting with Brees vs Brady and the last game of Drew Brees HoF career (5:31 - 19:34). Packers vs Rams and Aaron Rodgers possibly cheating because it doesnt make sense how good he is (19:34 - 33:30). Ravens vs Bills in a rock fight and the correct Lamar Jackson take (33:30 - 53:18). Browns vs Chiefs and the NFL is already working to make sure Mahomes plays in the AFC Championship Game (53:18 - 73:23). Coaching Carousel and Urban Meyer is back. Football guy of the week and who's back of the week including skinny James Harden