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Everyone Gets a Trophy
"Gundy and Pokey" - The 1-0 Podcast

Everyone Gets a Trophy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 46:12


On this week's episode, Joe & BK begrudgingly recap the Longhorns' epic collapse against Oklahoma at the Cotton Bowl. After that terrible trip down memory lane, the guys turn their attention to this weekend's top 25 tilt against Mike Gundy and the undefeated Oklahoma State Cowboys. Can the Horns bounce back against the Pokes and extend their winning streak over OSU to 3? The guys give their thoughts. Thanks for listening!

HornsCast
4th and 5: Drew Kelson on OU and Okie Lite

HornsCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 91:32


4th and 5 welcomes on lifetime Longhorn and national championship-winning Drew Kelson to help break down what the hell happened in the Cotton Bowl before quickly looking forward to what Okie State brings to town.

The Schooner Pod: An Oklahoma Sooners Podcast
2021 Red River Recap (Or, "What in the Hell Just Happened?")

The Schooner Pod: An Oklahoma Sooners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 58:47


Somehow, we are still alive after Saturday's OU-Texas for the ages. In this episode, we break down the key moments, major players and all the madness that occurred at the Cotton Bowl. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/schoonerpod/message

The Ticket Top 10
Hardline- Sooner Magic OU Beats Texas In Cotton Bowl Thriller

The Ticket Top 10

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 13:33


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On Texas Football
State of the Program: Texas Longhorns Football Breakdown, Halfway Through the Season

On Texas Football

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 30:20


InsideTexas.com publisher Eric Nahlin was at the Cotton Bowl on Saturday and joins Bobby to discuss Texas' situation on offense, defense and in recruiting, halfway through the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Longhorn Blitz
The Flagship: Red River recap of Texas' stunning loss to Oklahoma

Longhorn Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 29:39


It was the tale of two halves for Texas football Saturday inside the Cotton Bowl. The Longhorns got off to a roaring start against the Sooners and enforced their will throughout the first half of the Red River Shootout. But the first-half dream turned into a second-half nightmare when Oklahoma erased an 18-point deficit coming out of halftime and handed the Longhorns their second loss of the season, 55-48. The Flagship Podcast returns with a recap of Saturday's thriller between Texas and Oklahoma. Horns247 columnist Chip Brown and managing editor Taylor Estes break down the Longhorns' performance against the Sooners and weigh in on everything from the play by Casey Thompson, to the impressive career performance of wide receiver Xavier Worthy and the key moments that led to the second-half collapse in the Cotton Bowl. Chip and Taylor take a look at the defense's performance and explain why fans need to tap the breaks on calling for jobs considering the amount of plays (81) and time (35:23) the defense was on the field against the Sooners compared to that of the Texas offense, which only managed 61 plays on 24:37 time of possession and converted just one third down in the second half of the game against Oklahoma. The Flagship wraps up the show with an early look at what's to come for the Longhorns as they enter the second half of the 2021 slate beginning Saturday when Texas returns to Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium to host Oklahoma State at 11 a.m. CT on FOX. Texas fans won't want to miss this week's Red River recap episode of The Flagship Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 10-8 FRIDAY HOUR 2

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 43:27


Chuck opens hour two with ‘CFB 365.' We talk Texas Longhorns with Taylor Estes of Horns247. He then talks Ole Miss Rebels with Michael Borkey of SportsTalk Mississippi.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Landry Football's Conference Call
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 10-8 FRIDAY HOUR 2

Landry Football's Conference Call

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 43:27


Chuck opens hour two with ‘CFB 365.' We talk Texas Longhorns with Taylor Estes of Horns247. He then talks Ole Miss Rebels with Michael Borkey of SportsTalk Mississippi.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SoonerNation: Oklahoma Sooners
The 2021 Red River Rivalry Preview

SoonerNation: Oklahoma Sooners

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 88:17


A bowl game in the middle of the season! That's the best description of the Red River Rivalry as the Sooners and Longhorns get ready to mix it up at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. Here's our podcast preview of the game. Episode Talking Points Gentry Williams sets commitment date More crystal ball predictions for Williams and Chris McClellan Oklahoma/Texas Offensive Preview  Keys to success  Offensive players to keep an eye on Bold predictions  True or False (Rich asking the questions)  Oklahoma/Texas Defensive Preview  Keys to success  Defensive players to keep an eye on  Bold predictions  Big 12 Rundown  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stories Inside the Man Cave
Red River Rivalry special episode with Toby Rowland, the Voice of the Oklahoma Sooners

Stories Inside the Man Cave

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 18:07


Red River Rivalry special episode #4 with Toby Rowland.The voice of the Oklahoma Sooners has a special story. He grew up following those greats who articulated and painted the picture of the legendary moments of Oklahoma Sooner sports before him.A "dream job" Rowland received in 2011 after the passing of the broadcasting legend, Bob Barry, Sr. Rowland was an award winning reporter and anchor at the CBS affiliate in Oklahoma City prior.His coined phrase  "unhitch the wagon" is golden and he refers to OU's football stadium as "the palace on the prairie".Rowland is also a fan of the the great, Craig Way, the voice of the Texas Longhorns.Calling games at the Cotton Bowl for the Red River Rivalry for Rowland is deeper than the just the plays. He described the environment in a way only Rowland can.Special thanks to: saxtoninsurance.com & Cosmic Coffee + Beer GardenSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StoriesManCave)

Everyone Gets a Trophy
"It's (Insert Time You're Reading This) and ou Still Sucks" - The 1-0 Podcast

Everyone Gets a Trophy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 45:09


It's ou (hate) week. Joe & BK preview everything there is to preview in advance of this Saturday's Red River Shootout. The guys break down the big matchups and give their keys to a Texas victory at the Cotton Bowl. Plus, the guys recap the Horns' win in Fort Worth and give their locks of the week for the upcoming weekend of college football. Thanks for listening!

Sports Morning with Craig Humphreys
Craig and Mark on OU vs. Texas 10-7

Sports Morning with Craig Humphreys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 14:28


Craig and Mark discuss Saturday's shootout in the Cotton Bowl! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Longhorn Blitz
The Flagship Preview: Former Oklahoma OL Gabe Ikard breaks down what Texas will face against the Sooners

Longhorn Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 44:52


The Flagship Podcast goes Behind Enemy Lines leading up to the Red River Showdown as former Oklahoma OL and SiriusXM Big 12 Today host Gabe Ikard joins the show for an in-depth preview of what Texas is up against when the Longhorns take on the Sooners Saturday in the Cotton Bowl. Ikard delivers a detailed breakdown of this year's Oklahoma team, including ways Texas can take advantage of the issues on the Sooners' offense, why he believes Bijan Robinson is the best running back—if not the best player—in college football, gives his key matchups to watch when the Longhorns take on the Sooners in the 2021 Red River Showdown and much, much more! College football fans won't want to miss The Flagship Podcast's loaded preview of Saturday's rivalry battle between Texas and OU! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

HornsCast
4th and 5: OU Sucks

HornsCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 84:09


4th and 5 invites on WWMcClyde to break down just why and how OU sucks. What does Texas need to fix or take away from the TCU game to get the win in the Cotton Bowl? Why kind of obnoxious are Oklahoma fans? Where is the honey pot beer line?!

Burnt Orange Nation: for Texas Longhorns fans
Longhorn Republic: October 6, 2021 - Oklahoma Sooners Preview

Burnt Orange Nation: for Texas Longhorns fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 58:46


The Texas Longhorns head into the Cotton Bowl to take on the Oklahoma Sooners with a chance to show whether or not they've actually made progress under new head coach Steve Sarkisian. Texas is fresh off of one of the wins that they needed in order to change the narrative and a win in the Red River Showdown would go a long way in determining the future for the Longhorns. Can Casey Thompson, Bijan Robinson and the Longhorns offense do enough to keep a very solid Oklahoma defense from dominating the game as they have in years past? Defensively, Texas has had an up-and-down go of things, but the Sooners have had some offensive struggles thus far in 2021 - especially on the ground. Can the Longhorns force the Sooners into an uncomfortable situation offensively and take advantage of an off-balance Spencer Rattler, who has dealt with a bit of regression this year, precipitated by regression on the offensive line. Connect with the show on Twitter and Facebook. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

West of Everest: An Oklahoma Football Podcast
Ep. 211 - Will OU Follow the Blueprint to a Win Over Texas?

West of Everest: An Oklahoma Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 108:50


In the opening take, Lee plays some sound from Alex Grinch and talks about how mad he was after the Kansas State game. Then Grant joins to talk briefly about his terrible food takes before getting more serious about Grinch and the defensive woes (5:40). Is Bijan Robinson the entire Texas offense? How much should we take from the Texas-Arkansas game? How did Sark decide on Hudson Card as the opening day starter over Casey Thompson (23:00)? After looking really good against Arkansas, Rice, and Texas Tech, Casey Thompson had mixed results against TCU. What is the blueprint for OU's defense against the Texas offense (32:00)? Texas has more RBs than just Bijan Robinson. A Texas starter on the O-Line is out for the year, plus we wrap up OU's defense vs the Texas offense (40:45). This Texas defense has a lot of similarities to the defense OU just saw. Texas is not very good against the run and at times the Horns invite teams to run the ball (50:30). Which Spencer Rattler will show up at the Cotton Bowl (59:45)? The guys provide their final thoughts predicitions for OU-Texas (1:04:10). We hit on Justin Harrington reportedly entering the Transfer Portal, and would you want to see Bookie back on the team this year (1:14:10)? We take a look at the Big 12. WVU is at Baylor and TCU travels to Texas Tech. Grant thinks TCU may be bad (1:18:00). Grant's been red hot making picks recently. 9-1 in his last 10. Let's see if he can stay hot this week as the guys pick Michigan State-Rutgers/Arkansas-Ole Miss/Georgia-Auburn/Penn State-Iowa/Michigan-Nebraska (1:23:10). Finally, Grant has a weird feeling that there could be a massive upset this week in college football (1:43:00). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9

WagerTalk Podcast
Best Damn College Football Show | Week 6 Betting Previews: OU vs Texas, Auburn vs Georgia

WagerTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 34:44


WagerTalk's trio of college football betting experts has returned for another season of The Best Damn College Football Show. Join Drew Martin, Rob Veno and Steve Merril as we preview the marquee matchups for Week 6 of the college football season. Seven of the last eight meetings in the Red River Rivalry between Texas and Oklahoma have been decided by one score. Who will emerge from The Cotton Bowl victorious on Saturday?#CollegeFootball | #NCAAF | #RedRiverWednesday's Featured Games:Introduction 00:00LSU vs Kentucky 04:05Oklahoma vs Texas 10:20Nebraska vs Michigan 15:52Auburn vs Georgia 21:16Final Thoughts 29:00

WagerTalk Podcast
Oklahoma Sooners vs Texas Longhorns Picks and Predictions

WagerTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 4:40


Oklahoma Sooners vs Texas Longhorns betting picks, predictions and odds for their Red River showdown on Saturday, October 9 2021 at 12:00pm ET from the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this Big XII clash between the Longhorns and Sooners. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Oklahoma as a -3.5 favorite over Texas, with the over/under sitting at 63.5 points.

Longhorn Blitz
Longhorn Blitz: Where Texas stands heading into the Red River Showdown with Oklahoma

Longhorn Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 75:10


Rod Babers, Matt Butler and Jeff Howe are back to discuss Texas' 32-27 win over TCU and the Red River Showdown with Oklahoma. It's clear that Bijan Robinson has established himself as a superstar, but how far can he carry the Longhorns? Rod explains that while Matt brings numbers to the table that put into focus the battles Texas has to win to topple the Sooners inside the Cotton Bowl. You can get the latest Longhorn news and analysis at Horns247. The Horn is where Rod (3-7 p.m.) and Jeff (10 a.m.-12 p.m.) can be heard on the air daily. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sports Morning with Craig Humphreys
Craig and Mark on OU vs. Texas 10-5

Sports Morning with Craig Humphreys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 17:23


Craig and Mark preview this weekend's clash in the Cotton Bowl! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Sooners
Final thoughts on Oklahoma's win over K-State. What Constitutes a good win? Looking at Casey Thompson's roller coaster season

Locked On Sooners

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 31:29


On today's episode of the Locked On Sooners Podcast, part of the Locked On Podcast Network, John Williams, Managing Editor of the Sooners Wire powered by USA TODAY Sports, provides his final thoughts on the Sooners win over Kansas State, Discusses the idea of "good wins" with feedback from Twitter, and provides a look at Texas quarterback Casey Thompson ahead of the Red River Showdown this Saturday in the Cotton Bowl. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Longhorns Country Podcast
104.9 The Horn's Erin Hogan Talks Texas vs. TCU and Previews Texas vs. OU

Longhorns Country Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 32:31


In this episode, 104.9 The Horn's Erin Hogan joins the show to recap the Longhorns win over TCU this Saturday, and preview The Longhorns' upcoming matchup in the Red River Rivalry against Oklahoma. The guys talk about key matchups between the Longhorns and Sooners, as well as what this weekend's game can do for Bijan Robinson's Heisman hopes. Hogan closes out the pod by giving us his predictions for the game, and how he sees the Horns fairing at the Cotton Bowl. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Longhorn Blitz
The Flagship: Texas set for heated Red River Shootout battle against Oklahoma

Longhorn Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 51:15


It's Red River Shootout week on The Flagship Podcast! The Longhorns and Sooners are set for the annual battle in the Cotton Bowl as No. 21 ranked Texas and No. 6 ranked Oklahoma prepare for the 117th meeting between the two rivalry programs. On the early week edition of The Flagship Podcast, Horns247 columnist Chip Brown and managing editor Taylor Estes take an early look ahead to Saturday's Texas-OU game. The Flagship recaps all first-year head coach Steve Sarkisian had to say during his Monday press conference with the Longhorns coming off of a much-needed road win at TCU last weekend. The co-hosts deliver the latest injury update on the Longhorns, including some bad news for the offense after Sarkisian announced senior offensive lineman Denzel Okafor will soon undergo season-ending surgery after he went down in last Saturday's game against the Horned Frogs. The Flagship discuss what Okafor's absence will mean for the Texas offensive line, which will need to play its best game of the year against a solid Sooners' defense that currently ranks No. 7 in the country against the run. Chip and Taylor also discuss the production of sophomore running back Bijan Robinson coming off of his outstanding performance against the Horned Frogs that saw him rush for 216 yards and two touchdowns in the 32-27 win over TCU, and how crucial it is for the Longhorns' receivers to step up their game and help take some of the workload off of Robinson this weekend when they take on the Sooners. After a quick break, The Flagship returns with our 'Love it or leave it' segment, with this week's topics touching on the level of concern for Texas after showing some struggles on both sides of the ball against TCU, how important it is for Texas to not expect Robinson to continue to carry the load for the Longhorns' offense and what to make of the Sooners close games and early offensive struggles this season. Get your Texas-OU week started off right with the latest episode of The Flagship Podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Inside the Headset with the AFCA
Alex Washington, Head Coach - Carroll HS (LA)

Inside the Headset with the AFCA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 24:26


This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Carroll High School Head Coach, Alex Washington. Coach Washington highlights his experience transitioning from player to coach, shares lessons he learned while working as a Graduate Assistant, and discusses his methods on how he keeps his players accountable on and off the field. Alex Washington is entering his fourth season as the Head Coach of Carroll High School in Monroe, Louisiana. This is his fifth season overall coaching at Carroll since beginning as an assistant coach in 2017. Prior to Carroll, Coach Washington spent two seasons at Bastrop High school (LA) as an assistant coach under head coach Brad Bradshaw. Before transitioning to the high school level, Coach Washington spent two seasons at Division II Livingstone College (NC). Washington got his start in the coaching world from AFCA Executive Director, Todd Berry when he hired him onto his coaching staff at the University of Louisiana-Monroe as a Graduate Assistant in 2012. Coach Washington is no stranger to Carroll High School, having played for the Bulldogs from 2003-2006. Washington had a decorated high school career where he was an All-State Offensive Linemen and a highly touted recruit. He ended up signing with the University of Ole Miss where he played in 38 games and helped lead the Rebels to two Cotton Bowl victories during his time in Oxford. [1:03] Start of Interview [1:55] Starting in the coaching profession [3:52] Maintaining relationships with former coaches [5:03] Personal transition from playing to coaching [6:33] Lessons learned while as a Graduate Assistant [9:13] Networking and looking for jobs [13:00] Maintaining a positive public image [15:18] Separating yourself from other coaching candidates [18:53] Keeping players accountable on and off the field.

Two Brothers and Their Sports
S2: Episode 35 - Interview with Former NFL Player and Coach Josh Cooper, Two Brothers - Two Picks Returns (Week 1 Edition)

Two Brothers and Their Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 49:06


This week, Aarav and Arsh interview Former NFL Defensive Lineman and Former NFL Coach, Josh Cooper, and make their two picks each for Fantasy Football Must-Starts in Week 1 (Two Brothers - Two Picks)Chapters:0:00 Introduction1:13 Two Brothers - Two Picks4:37 Interview with Josh CooperBe sure to check us out on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7PxPcRqG3rv6gPMBaSBOUwSupport the show (https://www.twobrothersandtheirsports.com)

Cougar Sports Saturday
Chad Lewis on 1996 BYU football team, big win over Texas A&M

Cougar Sports Saturday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 22:01


Former BYU Cougar Chad Lewis joins Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte to reminisce on the 1996 football team and their big win over Texas A&M. Lewis speaks on playing the Aggies and their motivations headed into that season. BYU went 14-1 that season, capping it off with a win over Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl. Lewis also speaks on this year's team, saying they remind him of the 1984 football team.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cougar Sports Saturday
Top 5: BYU's five wins vs the Big 12

Cougar Sports Saturday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 13:39


Producer Dallen Graff joins Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte for the weekly Top 5. This week, with the rumors swirling around the Big 12, the guys look at BYU's five wins vs the conference. The list includes some of BYU's best wins, including beating #3 Oklahoma and the Cotton Bowl win over Kansas State.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Leading the Rounds
Mark Dantonio on Overcoming Expectations by Building a Winning Culture

Leading the Rounds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 33:53


In this episode we interview coach Mark Dantonio. Coach Dantonio is the former head coach of the Michigan State University football team. He was the coach for 13 seasons and was the winningest coach in Michigan State history with 114 wins.  He had an impressive career as head coach where he led his team to three Big Ten Championships, Rose Bowl and Cotton Bowl victories, and an appearance in the 2015 College Football Playoff. In addition to his success on the field, he also was a leader off of it. He helped organize events to raise funds for Lansing Promise, Sparrow Hospitals Children's Center, and led trips for his team to visit schools in the surrounding areas of Michigan. He was given the Gene Stallings Award, which is given to head coaches who are humanitarians and promote healthy, vibrant communities around them. We hope you enjoy this episode where we talk about building a winning culture, creating buy-in, and overcoming obstacles. Welcome to leading the rounds! Questions we asked: What was it like being a part of “the ball is free” MSU vs. Michigan game? What makes a good coach? What were your goals when starting as a head coach in 2007? How do you maintain your established culture with changing players? How were you able to create such buy-in with the fanbase and those outside the program? How did you choose who to empower around you? And how did you make everyone within the team feel valued? What made your players that were chosen as captains good leaders? When you were in a tough stretch, what helped you keep your team on track? How did you stay balanced when you're coaching 80-90 hours a week? What made you the coach who could outperform expectations? What advice would you give to yourself if you could look back to 2007? Quotes & Ideas: “When everything starts to fall down around you, which it's going to.... You have to be the guy that steadies the ship.” “Regardless of the plan you have, it will not survive contact.” His model for team building: 1. Build relationships 2. Educate yourself 3. Define a win4. Choose to be a light 5. Go to work “Usually when there's a problem, it's because of a lack of communication.” “People understand the product, but they don't understand the process.” “You earn the jersey that you wear.” “Water your crops” “Any time you put all your eggs in one basket and if you don't win, you fail, you're in for a tough landing.” “Sometimes it is better to be fresh than ready.” “Strive forward and dream big.” “If we can all go in one direction, we can be extremely successful.” “Do your job and usually you'll get a bigger role.”“I want to be defined not so much by the wins that we had, but who I was.” Book Suggestions: Chase the Lion by Mark Patterson Legacy: What the All Blacks Can Teach Us About the Business of Life by James Kerr 

Wayback Playback with Pat McNeill & Jim Valley
#362 w/ Pat McNeill and Jim Valley: Kerry and Kevin von Erich vs. Dynamic Duo at WCCW Cotton Bowl Extravaganza 1985!

Wayback Playback with Pat McNeill & Jim Valley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 71:03


How can Brian Adias hang on to the NWA Texas Title against Jack Victory and manager Gary Hart? Can “Iceman” King Parsons use the power of the punch to hang on to his NWA American Title against One Man Gang in a taped fist match? Is that Ted McGinley playing the role of “Lance von Erich”? And who will have the heads shaved, the von Erich brothers or Gino Hernandez & Chris Adams? Learn the answers to these and many more questions as hosts Pat McNeill and Jim Valley take you back to those thrilling days of yesteryear with the conclusion of our WCCW Cotton Bowl Extravaganza 1985 watchalong. It's Wayback Playback time on Creative Control Network! (71:02)=================================Join us on Patreon.com/WaybackPlayback for ad-free content, show archives and bonus material.

Underdog Dynasty
C-USA: Media Days Recap + August News

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 55:12


After C-USA media days, Joe and Eric got together to chat through some of the more memorable quotes and announcements. Plus, the guys get a history lesson on Rice's 1938 Cotton Bowl win, debate the early results from the relaxed transfer rules, and talk about the impact of UTSA's shiny new facilities. Happy football watching! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wayback Playback with Pat McNeill & Jim Valley
#361 w/ Pat McNeill and Jim Valley: Great Kabuki vs. Mark Lewin at WCCW Cotton Bowl Extravaganza 1985!

Wayback Playback with Pat McNeill & Jim Valley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 64:24


Is watching Gene Kiniski at ringside more interesting than watching his son, Kelly Kiniski, in a wrestling match? Will The Fantastics be able to contend with Missy Hyatt while fighting "Hollywood" John Tatum and David "DJ" Peterson? Can The Great Kabuki defeat "Maniac" Mark Lewin AND outsmart his former manager, Gary Hart? And will we get a shocking swerve to cap off the first half of the card? Learn the answers to these and many more questions as hosts Pat McNeill and Jim Valley take you back to those thrilling days of yesteryear with the first half of our WCCW Cotton Bowl Extravaganza 1985 watchalong.. It's Wayback Playback time on Creative Control Network! (64:23)

History of College Football
Episode 93 - Rice Owls' football history

History of College Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 9:51


Today, we discuss the college football history of the Rice Owls. This program has had sudden singular moments on both ends of the spectrum, of both success and disappointment. One long time successful coach, one defeat of a legendary coach, one Cotton Bowl win to propel to No. 5 in the nation, one upset to end 28 years of frustration, one 2 minute 16 second collapse to derail an upset bid, one close loss to derail an undefeated, untied season, two vaunted defenses, one Hall of Fame guard, one Hall of Fame running back, one in-state rival, one cross-town rival, one offensive explosion, one of the most unusual plays in college football history and of course, one case of the missing owl. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support

Lo mejor de Univisión Deportes Radio
"México estaba obligado a ganar; mientras que, El Salvador iba por lo histórico": Aldo Farías

Lo mejor de Univisión Deportes Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 9:17


La selección de Gerardo Martino llegó a 7 unidades y se quedó con el primer sitio del Grupo A; sólo un punto abajo quedó 'la selecta'. En el juego, disputado en el Cotton Bowl de Dallas, Texas, la afición mostró su apoyo hacia el equipo de Hugo Pérez.

History of College Football
Episode 90 - Air Force Falcons' football history

History of College Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 9:38


Today, we discuss the college football history of the Air Force Falcons. This high-flying program proved they could pound it on the ground as well. One legendary coach, one stunning upset as a 21-pt underdog, one stunning loss to derail dreams of a national championship, one stunning loss amid an interception barrage, one stunning tie as the new kid on the block, one near perfect season, one undefeated season, one accomplished Outland Trophy winner, one receiver who rewrote the program's record books, one quarterback who led a flawless wishbone attack, one NCAA record setting quarterback, one Commander-in-Chief's Trophy, one long distance kicker, one scoreless tie in the Cotton Bowl and of course, one falcon. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support

History of College Football
Episode 87 - Colorado Buffaloes' football history

History of College Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 10:45


Today, we discuss the college football history of the Colorado Buffaloes. This program has been involved in some of the most stunning games in college football history. One National Championship, one Heisman winner, one Supreme Court Justice, two legendary coaches, one 21-game winning streak, one timely clipping penalty, one fifth down, one ‘Miracle at the Big House', one ill-fated 9-minute drive, one stunner in the Cotton Bowl, one rough beginning, one tough opponent, and of course, Ralphie, the live female bison. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support

Stories Inside the Man Cave
Episode 80 with Butch Hadnot, Texas Longhorn running back great

Stories Inside the Man Cave

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 75:47


It was Clynch and Hardge holding the fort down while "Big MIke" and "Coach Mo" were swamped with business obligations.The former Texas Longhorn football running back great from Kirbyville, Texas was candid and open about this story in segment 1 with Clynch and Hardge.Special thanks to saxtoninsurance.com & Cosmic Coffee + Beer GardenHadnot delivered some entertaining stories about his upbringing in East Texas and the resurgent 1990 Texas football season called, the Shock the Nation Tour. A freshman season in which Hadnot rushed for 500+ yards and contributed to UT's 1st conference championship since 1983 that season. Only to experience an embarrassing frigid morning at the Cotton Bowl against "The U", the Miami Hurricanes.A game if Texas would've won, the Longhorns may have captured the national championship.Butch experienced some drama after his sophomore season. A misunderstanding about the reasons why he was on the Texas A&M campus, dropping off friends of his who played on the Aggie football team. It was portrayed as he was inquiring about transferring to Texas A&M.According to Hadnot, that was not the truth.Hadnot experienced some academic issues which is why he took summer classes in 1992 after John Mackovic was hired to succeed David McWilliams. Hadnot signed with the Canadian Football League's Toronto Argonauts, then found out he was reinstated academically with UT. But, it was too late to continue playing college football due to signing to play professionally. Butch offered his take on the Name, Image, & likeness and how that would've benefitted himself and student-athletes during his era.Hadnot's story included becoming a mentor to youth and youth sports all while returning to finish his degree at UT.In segment 2, Clynch and Hardge discuss the NLI subject and how fellow co-host, Mike Murphy, the owner of Last Stand Hats, are educating prospective student-athletes how to partner with the right companies. The boys delivered some energy about Austin's 1st true high level pro sports team, Austin FC scoring the franchise's 1st goal(s) at their home Q2 Stadium last week vs Portland.Clynch and Hardge closed it out with the "Tell Me Something Good" segment.Be sure to follow us on on all of our social media platforms: Twitter & Instagram.

Revved Up Sports Show
Revved Up ATX Mary Ann Naumann- Cotton Bowl Speedway

Revved Up Sports Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 16:25


Revved Up ATX Mary Ann Naumann- Cotton Bowl Speedway by Revved Up Sports Show RUSS

The CherryPickin Podcast
CherryPickin 2021: 12-team CFP Proposed

The CherryPickin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 27:41


On this episode, I share the news,  and my thoughts, regarding the proposed 12-team college football playoff. Jimmy Kimmel is getting a bowl game named after him, and we also talk about the NCAA's investigation into the Arizona State football program. Welcome back for Season 4! 

Landry Football's Conference Call
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 6-11 FRIDAY HOUR 1

Landry Football's Conference Call

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 39:56


Chuck opens the show by talking about the expansion of the College Football Playoff and how it will all work. We then talk the details of how they got to 12 teams for the CFP with Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com. Chuck continues the CFP conversation, by talking about how the Playoff is a lot like buying and driving a car. Dan Mathews already sees an example of how this won't make everyone happy.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 6-11 FRIDAY HOUR 1

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 39:56


Chuck opens the show by talking about the expansion of the College Football Playoff and how it will all work. We then talk the details of how they got to 12 teams for the CFP with Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com. Chuck continues the CFP conversation, by talking about how the Playoff is a lot like buying and driving a car. Dan Mathews already sees an example of how this won't make everyone happy.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Longhorn Blitz
The Flagship: Next wave of Longhorn newcomers set to join Texas this weekend

Longhorn Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 56:25


On this week's episode of The Flagship Podcast, Horns247 columnist Chip Brown and managing editor Taylor Estes open the show discussing the remaining 2021 signees who will start to make the move to Austin, Texas this weekend in time for summer workouts. Chip and Taylor weigh in on whom, if any, of the 2021 freshmen enrollees could see early playing time for Texas this upcoming season and guys to keep an eye out as potential difference makers in the future.  The Flagship then takes an in depth look at the Longhorns' 2021 Big 12 Conference schedule, which could be a challenge to get through for Steve Sarkisian and Texas. The Longhorns will face some of the toughest opponents in conference play, including back-to-back road trips at TCU in Fort Worth and against Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl the following week before returning home to face Mike Gundy and the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Chip and Taylor weigh in on what to expect early on in Big 12 play and how this year's Texas team is in a similar boat as Oklahoma was last season — being tasked with facing a tough early conference slate while also breaking in a first-time starter at quarterback. The show then shifts focus to the Texas baseball team after the Longhorns clinched the Big 12 title last weekend with a series win over West Virginia. Texas enters the Big 12 Tournament as a No. 1 seed and is expected to host post-season action at UFCU Disch Falk field upon completion of the conference tournament. Chip and Taylor discuss what they like about this baseball team and why this team has the chance to go deep in post-season play if the Longhorns continue down their current path. After a short break, The Flagship returns with our ‘Love it or Leave it’ segment, with this week's topics focused on where Texas football needs to improve the most before the start of the 2021 season, which team could give preseason Big 12 favorite Oklahoma a run for its money and give some love to the UT women's tennis team after the Longhorns took home a NCAA national championship over the weekend. Texas fans won't want to miss this loaded episode of The Flagship Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Longhorn Blitz
The Flagship: Former Arkansas coach Houston Nutt talks Texas, Steve Sarkisian

Longhorn Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 49:40


On this week's interview edition of The Flagship Podcast, we talk to CBS college football analyst Houston Nutt, who was the head coach at Arkansas the last time Texas played the Razorbacks in Fayetteville (in 2004). It's now official Texas and Arkansas will kick off on Sept. 11 in Fayetteville at 6 pm CT, so who better to give perspective on what that game will mean to Razorbacks' fans than Nutt? Hint: Nutt said it would be Arkansas fans' "Super Bowl." Nutt grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, going to Texas-Arkansas games with his father and three other brothers. He talks about how he got caught up in his childhood fandom when he did the Horns down following a Cotton Bowl victory over Texas capping the 1999 season - and the backlash he received from Mack Brown. Nutt talks about his memories of that 2004 game between Texas and Arkansas, a game in which the then-No. 7 Longhorns escaped with a 22-20 victory over an unranked UA team. Nutt also provides some interesting observations of Mack Brown that were picked up when Nutt, Brown and other high-profile college head coaches were part of a tour of the Middle East in 2009 in support of U.S. troops. Those observations lead Nutt to talk about the challenges Steve Sarkisian now faces as the head coach at Texas.  Nutt, an offensive-minded head coach who called his own plays while at Arkansas and Ole Miss, comments on what he likes about Sarkisian's offense. Nutt also provides a scouting report on the 2021 Razorbacks. As the last recruit ever signed by former Arkansas coach Frank Broyles (before Nutt ultimately transferred to Oklahoma State), Nutt talks about the history of the Texas-Arkansas rivalry and his memories of Broyles taking on former Texas coach Darrell Royal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sooner Football Fans Podcast
SOONERS FOOTBALL 2021 AND A LITTLE SOFTBALL TALK W/ CHRIS PLANK - Ep225

Sooner Football Fans Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 76:16


GUEST CHRIS PLANK, SOONER FOOTBALL SIDELINES AND VOICE OF SOONER SOFTBALL - Chris gives us a look at the COVID football season and what it was like going through the protocols, did it look and feel like football in 1/2 empty stadiums.  ALSO - the day he got the call that he'd be making the radio call for  the Cotton Bowl.  And of course we talk a little Sooner Softball DOMINANCE !!

Eagle Eye In The Sky Podcast
Coming May 24: Season 2 of Return Game: Birds, 'Boys, and Bad Blood

Eagle Eye In The Sky Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 2:29


Coming May 24: Season 2 of Return Game: Birds, 'Boys, and Bad Blood, presented by NovaCare Rehabilitation, hosted by Rob Ellis and Derrick Gunn. This nine-episode season will take you on a deep dive into the decades-long rivalry between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys. It's a rivalry that started when the Eagles were World Champions, and it has spanned decades with no signs of letting up. Sure, you've seen the games, but there's more – so much more – to both sides of the story. You'll hear firsthand from the Eagles legends who lived them. Whether you're an Eagles fan or not, learn why this is one of the fiercest rivalries in sports. Subscribe now, so you don't miss any of the excitement! Episode 1: The Hit that Started it All – There wasn’t a lot of bad blood between the Birds and the Boys until December 1967. There was a play that went down in the Cotton Bowl and Eagles fans have never forgiven or forgotten the moment when the rivalry started to roll. Episode 2: Dick Vermeil to the Rescue – Tom Landry was coaching the ‘Boys and they were really, really good. It was hard to believe the Birds would be able to beat them. By 1976, something needed to be done to shake up the team. A college coach from UCLA was just the changemaker the Birds had been waiting for, but it wasn’t going to be easy. Episode 3: We Want Dallas – Dick Vermeil had the Eagles on the doorstep of the first Super Bowl appearance in franchise history in the 1980 season. The team standing in their way? The Dallas Cowboys. Episode 4: Buddy Ball – Buddy Ryan stirred the pot and fans ate it up. They loved his rift with Tom Landry. They loved it when he would disparage the team in the press. And they loved it even more when he led the team in some of the most iconic games of the era. It didn't take Buddy Ryan long to leave his mark on the rivalry. Episode 5: Gang Green – Before Troy Aikman was a Super Bowl-winning quarterback for the Cowboys, he was feasted upon by the legendary Gang Green defense to the tune of 11 sacks in a single game, setting the tone for the next decade of the rivalry. As for the Eagles, a tragic accident and the birth of free agency forever altered the team and created one of the more remarkable "what if" scenarios in NFL history. Episode 6: Dawn of a New Era – Jeffrey Lurie takes the helm of the franchise and steers it into the most successful era in team history. Episode 7: Fortune Favors the Bold – The Eagles dominated the rivalry in the 2000s. How did things turn in the Eagles' direction? It all started with a kick .. in Dallas. Episode 8: 44-6 – T.O. returns to Philadelphia, but this time as a member of the Dallas Cowboys. Two years later, the Eagles needed a miracle to make the playoffs. Everything fell into place. The only thing left was to beat the Cowboys. Episode 9: Birds, 'Boys, and Bad Blood – Another decade. Another series of Eagles-Cowboys showdowns to determine NFC East supremacy. There is a reason this rivalry is over 50 years old and only getting better.

Eagles Live! Podcast
Coming May 24: Season 2 of Return Game: Birds, 'Boys, and Bad Blood

Eagles Live! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 2:29


Coming May 24: Season 2 of Return Game: Birds, 'Boys, and Bad Blood, presented by NovaCare Rehabilitation, hosted by Rob Ellis and Derrick Gunn. This nine-episode season will take you on a deep dive into the decades-long rivalry between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys. It's a rivalry that started when the Eagles were World Champions, and it has spanned decades with no signs of letting up. Sure, you've seen the games, but there's more – so much more – to both sides of the story. You'll hear firsthand from the Eagles legends who lived them. Whether you're an Eagles fan or not, learn why this is one of the fiercest rivalries in sports. Subscribe now, so you don't miss any of the excitement! Episode 1: The Hit that Started it All – There wasn’t a lot of bad blood between the Birds and the Boys until December 1967. There was a play that went down in the Cotton Bowl and Eagles fans have never forgiven or forgotten the moment when the rivalry started to roll. Episode 2: Dick Vermeil to the Rescue – Tom Landry was coaching the ‘Boys and they were really, really good. It was hard to believe the Birds would be able to beat them. By 1976, something needed to be done to shake up the team. A college coach from UCLA was just the changemaker the Birds had been waiting for, but it wasn’t going to be easy. Episode 3: We Want Dallas – Dick Vermeil had the Eagles on the doorstep of the first Super Bowl appearance in franchise history in the 1980 season. The team standing in their way? The Dallas Cowboys. Episode 4: Buddy Ball – Buddy Ryan stirred the pot and fans ate it up. They loved his rift with Tom Landry. They loved it when he would disparage the team in the press. And they loved it even more when he led the team in some of the most iconic games of the era. It didn't take Buddy Ryan long to leave his mark on the rivalry. Episode 5: Gang Green – Before Troy Aikman was a Super Bowl-winning quarterback for the Cowboys, he was feasted upon by the legendary Gang Green defense to the tune of 11 sacks in a single game, setting the tone for the next decade of the rivalry. As for the Eagles, a tragic accident and the birth of free agency forever altered the team and created one of the more remarkable "what if" scenarios in NFL history. Episode 6: Dawn of a New Era – Jeffrey Lurie takes the helm of the franchise and steers it into the most successful era in team history. Episode 7: Fortune Favors the Bold – The Eagles dominated the rivalry in the 2000s. How did things turn in the Eagles' direction? It all started with a kick .. in Dallas. Episode 8: 44-6 – T.O. returns to Philadelphia, but this time as a member of the Dallas Cowboys. Two years later, the Eagles needed a miracle to make the playoffs. Everything fell into place. The only thing left was to beat the Cowboys. Episode 9: Birds, 'Boys, and Bad Blood – Another decade. Another series of Eagles-Cowboys showdowns to determine NFC East supremacy. There is a reason this rivalry is over 50 years old and only getting better.

GoTigers247's Tigers in 20
Off the Boards: Brady White breaks down his three-year career at Memphis

GoTigers247's Tigers in 20

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 48:13


In this episode of Off the Boards, lead writer Christian Fowler sits down with former Memphis quarterback Brady White to discuss his career at Memphis. White came to Memphis as a graduate transfer from Arizona State, and he became the best quarterback in school history. White left Memphis as the school's all-time leader in passing yards and touchdowns, and he led the team to a 28-11 record over three years. During his time at Memphis, White helped the Tigers to two conference championship games and three bowl games. Throughout the interview, White goes in-depth with Fowler about specific games and moments from each season. The two leave no stone unturned as they break down White's first game at Memphis, the Cotton Bowl, coaching change, COVID-19 and opt-outs among other topics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 4-26 MONDAY HOUR 1

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 39:57


Chuck opens Monday’s show by talking about the College Football Playoff hinting at soon to be expansion of the field. We then talk South Carolina and Tennessee’s quarterback situation. Jim Nagy of the Senior Bowl joins us to talk NFL Draft.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wednesdays With Wayne
60 - Cotton Bowl Speedway Recap

Wednesdays With Wayne

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 19:48


Wayne recaps his weekend at Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige, TX.

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
Making Memories: Lesley Visser

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 83:45


Sarah talks to legendary sports reporter and true female trailblazer Lesley Visser about her storied career covering the biggest events in sports (Super Bowls, Final Fours, NBA Finals, World Series) and in the world (the fall of the Berlin Wall). Lesley discusses wearing a credential that said no women or children allowed, getting thrown out of the locker room at the Cotton Bowl, the tutelage she got at The Boston Globe, her trick to interviewing Bill Belichick, and why sometimes you have to cross when it says don't walk.

The Ben Maller Show
01/01/2021 - Hour 4 - The Offseason QB Carousel

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2021 44:16


Chris Plank discusses his Oklahoma Sooners beat down of the Florida Gators in the Cotton Bowl and how Florida coach Dan Mullen needs to stop making excuses, take the loss and move on to the offseason. Plus, Chris does a QB carousel of the NFL teams in need heading into the offseason, including what the Patriots could do! Chris caps the show off by discussing the possibility of Urban Meyer returning to coach.... this time in the NFL! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com