Who's the Astros season MVP & their Pitcher of the Year? Hosts Robert Land and Stephen Kerr give out their Astros 2021 regular season awards, including Offensive MVP, Defensive MVP, Rookie of the Year and Comeback Player of the Year. Stephen takes us from the present to the past with our favorite weekly segment, 'This Week in Astros History'. Plus, we preview the Texans' Thursday night game with the Carolina Panthers.We're brought to you by BetUS.com. Use our exclusive promo code 'HST125' to redeem a 125% sign up bonus on your initial $100 deposit.Subscribe to us on Spotify, Apple, the Google podcast or Stitcher app. Email Info@HoustonSportsTalk.net for questions, suggestions or comments. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @HSTPodcast
Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/
Welcome back to The Mann With A Plan Podcast! This episode includes a very special guest in Chad Smith. Chad played for Clemson for five years in which he won two National Championships and so much more! We talk his time at Clemson, what Dabo Swinney and Coach Venables are like, The grueling summer workouts and his monster performance in the 2019 Fiesta Bowl where he earned Defensive MVP. I hope you enjoy this interview and share this podcast with friends and family! This would not be possible without y'alls support! Thank you all so much! Some Links To Visit! Podbean - https://graysonmann21.podbean.com/ Spotify- https://open.spotify.com/show/0OhUGlFM24C1EystlVMnss YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi4QV-S9jqQfIBY31REAh-Q iHeartRadio- https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-gray-mann-the-mann-with-a-83522981/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/themwp_/ Google Podcasts- https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80NmIzYjFlMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gray-mann-the-mann-with-a-plan-podcast/id1547563804 Twitter- https://twitter.com/MWPpodcast Podbay- https://podbay.fm/p/gray-mann-the-mann-with-a-plan-podcast/about
The Wrecking Crew make their predictions for which Buffalo Bills will be most deserving of Best Newcomer, Most Improved, Offensive MVP, Defensive MVP and Team MVP. What head-scratching take did MereKat kick off the show with? What man in the trenches does Kevin see having a big 2021? What veteran defender does Wake think still has his best football ahead of him? Tune in and find out!
Bills reporter Maddy Glab joined us with a look at the Bills Wednesday OTA (13:00). We asked who is your pick for the Bills 2021 Defensive MVP? We also heard Bills DC Leslie Frazier, S Jordan Poyer and OT Dion Dawkins address the media.
The female athletes who were honored at the Clarke Prep Winter/Spring sports banquet are pictured front row, (L to R): Marlee Bradford, AISA All-star cheer; Claire Woodard, AISA All-star cheer; Kalli Steadham, girls basketball Most Improved, softball Coaches Award, AISA All-star cheer, cheer captain; Kerri Steadham, girls basketball Defensive MVP; softball Best Infielder, AISA All-star cheer, cheer co-captain; Cassidy Van Winkle, varsity basketball Most Improved; softball Most RBI; Hannah Averitt, softball Top Outfielder. Second row, (L to R): Maggie Childs, girls basketball Defensive MVP; softball HR Award; Makenzie Moore, AISA softball All-star; Reanna Johnson, softball HR Award; Avery Harrell, softball...Article Link
In hour 2: Israel Gutierrez talks about if Bam is Defensive MVP and other NBA Topics, Amber is the driver in the family on road trips & come on Panthers beat The Hurricanes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on Move the Ball®, Jennifer learns about the challenges and opportunities that come with being eligible for the NFL draft. Listen in as Jennifer discusses the training tips, aspirations, and on-the-field lessons learned by linebacker Tavante Beckett and how we can apply them to business and life. Tavante Beckett is a college linebacker who committed to play at Virginia Tech before eventually transferring to Marshall University where he has won numerous accolades, including the 2020 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year Award. Tavante also was honored after the 2019 season as Marshall’s Defensive MVP, an award he shared with fellow linebacker Omari Cobb. You can connect with Tavante in the following ways: Instagram: @tavante_ Twitter: @Tavante4 What does greatness look like for you? Get off the sideline and take the next step towards achieving your goals by downloading the exclusive Life Assessment and Goal Worksheet Jen uses with her clients to help them identify what they want and the most direct path for moving forward. Click here to download it now: bit.ly/crossthegoalline See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For Friday's episode of the Sports Scouting Report Podcast With Lee Brecheen, Lee catches up with Alabama football legend and former NFL safety George Teague. The former All-SEC defensive back played a huge part of the 1992 Alabama Crimson Tide National Championship team leading the defense with six interceptions and becoming the Defensive MVP in the 1993 Sugar Bowl against the Miami Hurricanes. Teague also had a long pro career most notably with the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys. Now, the former All-American selection is currently the head football coach and athletic director at John Paul II High School in Plano, Texas. In this episode, Teague talks about growing up on an Air Force base, being a part of the 1992 Alabama National Championship team, the best quarterbacks and receivers he has played against in the NFL, memories playing against LSU, coaching high school football in Texas, going up against Dallas Cowboys legend Jason Witten's high school football team in the same district, and plenty more!
Chris Carter, Pitt beat writer and NFL analyst for DKPittsburghSports.com, is joined by Jenna Harner of WPXI. The two discuss Antonio Brown's comments, Bruce Arians talking about Ben Roethlisberger, Alan Faneca and Bill Nunn's chances to join the Hall of Fame, and T.J. Watt's chances for Defensive MVP. Finally, the two will go over predictions for the Super Bowl. Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P. Listen here: Apple. Spotify. Subscribe to DKPittsburghSports.com here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Monique LeBlanc enters her first season as the head coach of the Bears after joining Brown in April 2020, following a successful nine-year run as the head women's basketball coach at Merrimack College. LeBlanc – the fifth head coach in program history at Brown – led Merrimack for nine seasons from 2011-20, becoming the Warriors' all-time leader in wins (129) and guiding the team to a 20-win season in its first year as a Division I program in 2019-20. In Merrimack's inaugural Division I season, LeBlanc led the team to a 20-9 overall record and 13-5 Northeast Conference record, placing third in the conference's regular season standings. She mentored Denia Davis-Stewart who earned both NEC Player of the Year and NEC Defensive Player of the Year accolades. During her time coaching Merrimack at the Division II level, LeBlanc reached the postseason on six occasions including five trips to the Northeast-10 Conference Championship. The Warriors' 2018-19 season featured the fourth 20-win season in school history and first in 14 years. Davis-Stewart garnered NE10 Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2018-19. LeBlanc also guided Alyssa Carey to earn NE10 Rookie of the Year accolades in 2017-18. LeBlanc also served Merrimack as an Associate Athletic Director from 2012-20. In addition to her coaching responsibilities, LeBlanc helped direct the department by participating in strategic planning activities, helping set department policy, and representing Merrimack at conference meetings and other department programs. LeBlanc spent three seasons as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Northern Arizona University from 2008-11. She overhauled the recruiting program, created complete scouting reports, and was responsible for the skill development of the team's guards specifically. Prior to Northern Arizona, LeBlanc coached for three seasons as an assistant coach at Bucknell University from 2005-08. The Bison captured the Patriot League Championship in 2007 and 2008 and earned an NCAA tournament berth in 2008. As a player at Bucknell University, LeBlanc served as a two-year captain, leading the Bison to their first-ever Patriot League Championship and NCAA Tournament berth in 2002, while compiling back-to-back 20-win seasons. She received the Bison award, given to a player that displayed the best overall work ethic and commitment to the program and earned the team's Defensive MVP award. Twitter https://twitter.com/CoachMoLeBlanc (@CoachMoLeBlanc) https://twitter.com/BrownHoops (@BrownHoops)
Chris Carter, Pitt beat writer and NFL analyst for DKPittsburghSports.com, gives the latest Steelers news and argues why T.J. Watt should be defensive MVP. Then he gives the snap count report and a detailed explanation on why the answer isn't simple about who calls plays for the Steelers offense. Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P. Listen here: Apple. Spotify. Subscribe to DKPittsburghSports.com here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode we catch up on all the recent NFL headlines. We also discuss the current & future effects of COVID-19 on the NFL season & potential playoff impact. Mid-season Offensive & Defensive MVP picks as well as updated Super Bowl predictions.
Varun Shankar (@byvarunshankar) and Jacob Steinberg (@jacobstein23) bring on Diamondback sports editor and football beat writer Alexander Dacy (@alexanderdacy) for a second episode where they give out the midseason awards for UMD as voted on by many members of the UMD beat so far this year including: Team MVP, Offensive MVP, Defensive MVP, Standout Freshman and much more.
Is it Taysom Time or merely a Tim Tebow offense for the Saints? Mike Nabors & Scott Shanle break it down plus: when will Drew come back, who is the Defensive MVP so far, and 1-on-1's with Kamara & CJ Gardner Johnson.
It's the Friday edition of Buckeye Talk, which normally means predictions for Ohio State's game on Saturday. The Terrapins' coronavirus outbreak forced that game to be cancelled, however. So after picking three other Big Ten games -- where five of the six contests feature road favorites -- we moved on to recap the first half of the Ohio State season.We took Justin Fields out of consideration for Offensive MVP, so truly we and our Buckeye Talk texters were all voting for second place. Does one receiver deserve mention over the other, or is the second-most valuable Buckeye up front? On defense, what seemed like a wide-open field narrowed to two overwhelming winners from our texters. Safe to say neither of them would have garnered much support if we were predicting OSU's defensive MVP before the season.Who is Ohio State's most improved player in 2020, and who is poised for a breakout second half? Also, which player has left us scratching our heads, and what remains our biggest unanswered question about the Buckeyes? This podcast resets our understanding of OSU as the second half begins next Saturday against Indiana.Thanks as always for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As the Sooners hit the final scheduled bye week of the season, Toby and Ted are joined by Gabe Ikard and Chris Plank to recap the win over KU and preview OSU.Plus we crown our midseason Big 12 Offensive and Defensive MVP and our OU Offensive and Defensive MVP
We go around the table and give our mid-season picks for: Surprise (under or overachieving), Offensive MVP, Defensive MVP, Rookie of the year, Coach of the Year, NFC Champ, AFC Champ, Super Bowl Champ. We also have our 5th tool on the podcast for the first time on the show we welcome Nick! Be sure to drop a like, follow and write us an honest review! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/5toolsportspodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/5toolsportspodcast/support
What another Football filled Sunday that was!? Crazy Sunday night game, DK Metcalf should be in the running for Defensive MVP of the year. Well in this jam-packed fantasy football bites episode, Dave and James give you the latest and not so greatest injury updates. They also give you the situations to pay attention to and those players you might want to look to acquire... for the right price. Form sneaky Waiver wire adds to those names you can feel confident about dropping. You won't want to miss this episode! Follow us on Instagram and TwitterDon't go hungry subscribe to our podcast on #Spotify, #ApplePodcast, or #Stitcher.#NFL #fantasyfootball #tradetargets #bitesize #fantasy #football
#002 - Today's guest, Kevin Gregory has been a fitness trainer since 2013 and has an amazing story. He has spent years training people at all levels. Kevin shares his experience to help you kickstart your running program. In addition to running a personal training and small group training gym, Kevin hosts a running club that includes a running clinic open to all experience levels.Topics Covered:Benefits of having a trainerThe balance of cardio and strengthHow to stay motivated to runRunning tips for beginnersToday's GuestKevin GregoryKevin has been a fitness trainer since 2013 and runs Finesse Fitness and Nutrition Inc - a personal training and small group training gym. Played college lacrosse at State University of NY at Oneonta. Post-Collegiate, He played semi-pro football, winning Defensive MVP for the Oneonta City Stallions. Found Obstacle Racing in 2011 with Warrior Dash, also did a Tough Mudder that year. Masters Degree in Fitness and Wellness Leadership from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. Have a Master Level Training Certification with the International Sports Science Association, Nutrition Certification from Precision Nutrition, and an SGX (Spartan Group Exercise) Certification through Spartan Race. Also have certifications in Corrective Exercise, Exercise Therapy, Sports Nutrition, and Strength and Conditioning. Connect with Kevin Gregory:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bubblestheclowne/For more information, visit For more information, visit https://www.inspirevirtualruns.com/post/ivr-podcast-ep002Join the community and click subscribe!
Listen as we breakdown the first week's (blow out) game against Lake Region at Bartow (82-0). We also share our picks on Offensive and Defensive MVP's. What are our predictions for the 2nd week's away game against George Jenkins? Go Bartow!
IT'S FOOTBALL SEASON!! And we have a new episode of the Wildly Under-Qualified Yet Mildly Entertaining Podcast about sports in Wichita, Kansas and beyond - Keeper of the Games, hosted by Tommy Castor and Weston Mills. On this new episode: (05:48) We're spending a majority of the program talking about the Kansas City Chiefs as they prepare for week 1 on Thursday night against the Houston Texans at Arrowhead Stadium. It's a comprehensive Chiefs preview as the guys break down key matchups to look for, breaking down each unit of the team and if there are any blemishes or concerns for the defending Super Bowl Champs. Past Week 1, Weston and Tommy look ahead at the season to come for KC, who their picks are for Offensive and Defensive MVP, Rookie of the Year and predicted Chiefs record at the end of the year. We're ready to Run It Back with the Chiefs! (55:27) Not only do the Chiefs kick off their season this week, but so do the Kansas Jayhawks and the Kansas State Wildcats. KU plays Coastal Carolina on Saturday on FS1 at 9 pm and K-State plays Arkansas State at 11 am on FOX. The guys break down both matchups and what to expect from the in-state teams this weekend as they start their seasons. (1:04:15) Our #WichitaWhiparound quickly recaps Week 1 for prep football in the Wichita area with a look ahead to this weekend's games, plus a return to City League action soon. (1:09:00) The #FinallyFunny is all about the ACC Coaches proposal to make the NCAA Tournament in 2021 feature every single Division 1 team. It's such a ridiculous proposal that it makes our #FinallyFunny. Make sure to hit subscribe so you never miss an episode. You can listen on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio and more! Watch full episodes on YouTube and Facebook by searching for Keeper of the Games. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KOGpod. Follow Weston @Wmills94 and Tommy @TweetsFromTommy. #KOGpod
Full bio HERE Follow Coach K on Twitter HERE Tony Kunczewski (pronounced kun-CHESS-kee) was named the first head football coach in Berry College history on April 16, 2012. Kunczewski spearheaded the creation of Berry's football program which claimed its first Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Championship in 2016, just the fourth year of the program's existence. Including the program's first championship, the team has won three straight conference championships and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Playoffs the past two years. In six seasons at the helm of the Vikings, Kunczewski has compiled a 39-24 overall record and an impressive 21-1 record at Valhalla Stadium, Berry's home venue. He has coached 94 All-Conference selections, four SAA major award winners, 165 SAA Academic Honor Roll honorees, a Geico Play of the Year winner and was named the league's Coach of the Year for the past three seasons. As a student-athlete, Kunczewski was a two-time first-team All-Conference player at Grove City College, in Grove City, Penn. A four-year letterwinner at Grove City, Kunczewski earned All-Presidents Athletic Conference honors as a strong safety as a junior in 1998 and as an outside linebacker the following year, when he led the team with 101 tackles. He earned honorable mention All-PAC honors as a cornerback in 1997. Kunczewski was voted by his Grove City teammates as a team captain in his senior year and was the team's Defensive MVP. Grove City won a pair of PAC championships during Kunczewski's playing career, making the postseason in 1997. Along with his athletic honors, Kunczewski was also recognized for his academic abilities, earning a spot on the PAC Academic Honor Roll. The Harrison City, Penn., native earned a bachelor's degree in business management from Grove City in 2000, and a master's degree in exercise science and health promotion from California University of Pennsylvania in 2004. Kunczewski and his wife Nicole live in Rome with their daughter Jocelyn and two sons, Sammy and Nathan
On today’s show, Pat reacts to the Washington Post article detailing the sexual harassment and misogynistic behavior exhibited by the Washington Football Team Name TBD. Pat is also joined by former General Manager of the Cleveland Browns, former NFL Scout, assistant to Bill Belichick while with the New England Patriots, 3x Super Bowl Champion and friend of the program, Michael Lombardi. Pat and Michael chat about the relationship between Cam Newton and Bill Belichick and why Michael thinks it’s going to be successful. He also drops the bomb that Deshaun Watson is likely to get a massive extension here within the coming days, and gives his thoughts on why the deal with Dak didn’t get done in Dallas. Pat and Michael also cover the AFL, and who he likes gambling wise for the Memorial Golf Tournament (3:23-20:38). Next is another installment of McAfee & Hawk Sports Talk where Pat and AJ speculate on what could potentially happen in Washington (before the Washington Post article came out) if they think Dan Snyder is going to lose the team, Zion having to leave the NBA bubble for a family emergency, Tiger surging at the Memorial Tournament in AJ’s backyard, and everything else going on in the sports world (22:24-1:32:35). To close out the show, 2x Pro Bowl, 2017 Defensive MVP of the Pro Bowl, All-Pro, former Linebacker for the Buffalo Bills, and current NFLPA Vice President, Lorenzo Alexander joins the program. Pat and Lorenzo chat about the upcoming discussions between the NFL and NFLPA and where he thinks they stand with return to play protocol, if he thinks teams will report by the July 28th date, what kind of things he expects the NFL and NFLPA to negotiate about, why he thinks the Bills are still the team to beat in the AFC East this year even with the Patriots addition of Cam Newton, and why he wants the Bills front office to know that he’ll be ready to sign if they’re going to make a deep run into the playoffs (1:34:40-1:46:01). Don’t forget to send in a picture of where you’re listening to the show with the hashtag #ThisIsWhereImAtPat for the chance to win some free merch and be on the lookout for the winners of the end of pod squad which will be announced shortly. We appreciate you all for rocking with us, have a fantastic weekend. Come and laugh with us, cheers
0 Intro 2:21 Future Of The Defensive Line 4:48 E.J. Speed's Growth In Year Two? 7:54 Who Joins Kenny Moore At Cornerback? 13:13 Colts Kicker In 2020 Is.... 16:30 Twitter Questions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the latest episode of Bear With Me, Robert's end of season conversation with Jeff Berckes and EJ Snyder continues as they bid farewell to the 2019 Chicago Bears' season by handing out their final end-of-season awards! They award Worst Game, Best Performance by a Role Player, Favorite Play, Best Game, Defensive MVP, Offensive MVP, and Most Valuable Bear as well as offering thoughts on what the Bears need to do to improve next year. You don't want to miss this! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the latest episode of Bear With Me, Robert’s end of season conversation with Jeff Berckes and EJ Snyder continues as they bid farewell to the 2019 Chicago Bears’ season by handing out their final end-of-season awards! They award Worst Game, Best Performance by a Role Player, Favorite Play, Best Game, Defensive MVP, Offensive MVP, and Most Valuable Bear as well as offering thoughts on what the Bears need to do to improve next year. You don't want to miss this! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matthew Coller is joined by Courtney Cronin, Rob Demovsky, and Alex Boone to discuss what's ahead for the Vikings on Monday Night against the Packers, which Vikings are Pro Bowl worthy, and what teams the Vikings would want in the Playoffs. Coller and Cronin open today's show celebrating the news that Matt Patricia will be back in Detroit next season as well as talking about what playoff matchups they look forward to the most (1:00). Coller and Courtney are then joined by ESPN's Rob Demovsky to preview Vikings/Packers this coming Monday Night (27:00). Alex Boone joins Coller and Courtney for Hour Two of today's show to make the case for Danielle Hunter as the Defensive MVP as well as another Vikings defensive player (51:00). We close today's show making the case for and against all the potential teams the Vikings could play in the playoffs (1:12:00).
*Ramie & Coller discuss the Vikings potential playoff matchups: What is the Vikings Kryptonite? *Is Lamar Jackson changing the NFL? *Matthew Coller makes a case for Danielle Hunter to be NFL DPOY *Coller on why getting rid of MiLB is a "dumb idea" *The guys pick a Christmas movie for Wetmore to watch.
Cameron Jensen joins the show to give his Offensive and Defensive MVP's for BYU in 2019.Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/Subscribe to the Cougar Bytes podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-bytes/id1459679000Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzQ3Nzc1OS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/5ZypcLEPas3ityVckKckVaPocket Castshttps://pca.st/9zjSOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes1459679000/cougar-bytesSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/3477759Stitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/espn960sports/cougar-bytesTuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Cougar-Bytes-p1217875iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/cougar-bytes-43051393/
Welcome to Locked On Bulldogs. We are your hosts Daniel and Clint. We love talking all things University of Georgia Bulldogs sports, football and basketball especially. We are a podcast for fans by fans. We are not recruiting pros or deeply connected to insider secrets about the program. If you enjoy talking about the Bulldogs at a tailgate, over a drink, at a meal, or with co workers...but don't have time to deep dive into the exact number of plays we ran in man to man coverage...we are your podcast. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, hit us up on twitter @dawgspodcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gene Steratore gives his perspective of the wonky fumble recovery that led to a touchdown for Minkah Fitzpatrick on Sunday, and what it's like talking to coaches during pregame. Charlie Batch has a theory behind the Steelers safety on Sunday, and what kind of miscues may have led to the blown play. And a Bengals fan will not come down off the roof of a bar until they win.
USC football analyst Max Browne joins co-host Ryan Young to preview the Trojans' matchup with Colorado and why this looks like a prime opportunity for an offensive breakout. Also, the guys debate who is USC's defensive MVP and some other hot takes.
On this 2019 NFL Predictions special from Collider Sports, John Rocha, Josh Macuga and Marc Fernandez give you their picks for the division winners and wildcards in the AFC and NFC. They also let you know who they see as the two teams coming out of each conference to meet in the Super Bowl and who they think will be holding the Vince Lombardi trophy when all is said and done. Also, they predict some dark horse teams to sneak into the playoffs, who they think will be League MVP, Defensive MVP and Rookie of the Year. And finally, they make one off the wall prediction that will happen this season in the NFL. This is a no holds barred prediction show that will have you nodding your head, shaking your head and maybe throwing your nachos against the wall! Follow John Rocha: https://twitter.com/TheRochaSays Follow Josh Macuga: https://twitter.com/JoshMacuga Follow Marc Fernandez: https://twitter.com/MarcFernandez
The Blue Kool-Aid Drinkers give their predictions on Offensive MVP, Defensive MVP, Rookie of the Year, Dark Horse Candidate, First Detroit Lion to commit personal foul, Vegas Odds, and much much more. Then we end with our famous Predictions for Lions final regular season record!
As a player Brandon was a three year starter at defensive tackle for Joe Paterno at Penn State, playing in the 1995 Rose Bowl, 1996 Outback Bowl, and capping his career as the Defensive MVP of the 1997 Fiesta Bowl. He spent the next nine years in the NFL, playing for the 49ers, the Barcelona Dragons (NFL Europe), Dallas Cowboys, and the Washington Redskins. After retiring in 2005, Brandon went into college coaching, starting at West Chester University (DII) coaching outside linebackers and defensive lines for the Golden Rams over five seasons. He spent the next three seasons coaching defensive lines in the UFL with the Omaha Nighthawks, Coastal Carolina University, and Temple before leaving coaching to spend more time with his wife and three kids. Since leaving coaching Brandon has been busy as a broadcaster, hosting the DII Sports Podcast, The Obligatory PSU Pre Game Show, and as the game analyst for the Colonial Athletic Association game of the week on CBSdigital/College Sports Live.
Episode 27- Under the Hood Podcast- Guest: Eddie Jackson. Eddie Jackson joined Jonathan Hood on the UTH Podcast to talk about the Chicago Bears win vs. the L.A. Rams on December 10th 2018. He also discussed his career with the Alabama Crimson Tide, the current Alabama team and their chances to win the national championship, Eddie previews the Packers/GB game and much more. Enjoy the conversation on the UTH POD. Eddie Jackson (born December 10, 1992) is an American football safety for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Alabama. Jackson attended Boyd H. Anderson High School in Lauderdale Lakes, Florida. He played defensive back and wide receiver for the football team. As a senior, he had 37 receptions for 792 yards on offense and 66 tackles and five interceptions on defense. Jackson committed to the University of Alabama to play college football under head coach Nick Saban. College career Jackson started his career at Alabama as a cornerback. As a true freshman in 2013, he played in seven games with four starts and had 19 tackles and one interception. Jackson tore his ACL prior to this sophomore season in April 2014 but returned that year to play in 11 games with 10 starts. He recorded 41 tackles, one sack and one interception. Prior to his junior year in 2015, Jackson switched from cornerback to safety. He played in all 15 games, recording 46 tackles and six interceptions. He was named the Defensive MVP of the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship after recording three tackles and an interception against Clemson in a 45-40 victory. Jackson broke his left leg against Texas A&M in the eighth week of the 2016 season, ending his year. He finished his injury-shortened senior season with two punt returns and one interception returned for touchdowns, and was named second team all-conference despite only playing eight games. Professional career Coming out of Alabama, Jackson was projected by the majority of NFL draft experts and scouts to be a third round pick. He received an invitation to the NFL Combine, but was unable to perform any physical drills during the entire pre-draft process due to the broken leg he suffered in October. He was ranked the fifth best strong safety prospect in the draft by NFLDraftScout.com. He was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance. Jackson was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Month for his performance during the month of November. In week 14 against the Los Angeles Rams, Jackson intercepted a Hail Mary pass at the end of the second quarter off quarterback Jared Goff. The Bears would win the game 15-6.
Here We Go Cleveland's Bill Hebble and Mike Zappa return to the couch studios to pay Hue-mage to the Hue Jackson era (2:00). Then we are proud to present the quasi mid-season awards as we talk Offensive MVP (21:00), Defensive MVP (28:00), and our most surprising player of the first half (36:00). Lastly, we briefly touch on the Bengals shellacking and then preview our matchup with Houston (46:00). Thanks for listening & give us a shoutout on our socials! We appreciate all y'all who listen and be sure to leave us a rating & review wherever that may be.
Taylor Travis and special guest Andre Perrard handout midseason awards for Most Improved Player, Offensive MVP, and Defensive MVP. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Skye is the founder of the Soccer Parenting Association (SoccerParenting.com), with a mission of elevating the game by engaging, educating, supporting and advocating for youth soccer parents. Skye is a sought, after speaker for parents, coaches, clubs and players. A former professional player, Skye was a collegiate and youth All-American goalkeeper, Defensive MVP of the Final Four (1993) and State Champion track athlete. Skye has coached extensively in the youth and collegiate games. A MBA graduate of the University of Richmond, Skye has earned her USSF “B” License, the National Goalkeeper License and is a Coach Educator for United Soccer Coaches Overview 1:15 Introduction to Sky-Eddie Bruce and Soccer Parenting. Why did she start it, what were the issues and how does it work? 11:15 Parents engagements will impact the environment but how do you create it? 16:10 This is the impact Soccer parenting have in the sporting community. 23:20 3 parent categories and the Stroop effect. 3 most common questions asked by parents 35:45 Have your child come home crying not wanting to play or train, what do you do and what can the club do? 48:00 What are the boundaries when should parents be able to talk and when should they leave it to the coach and club. 57:45 Pre-game huddle-what is it and how does it help? Twitter @SoccerParenting Facebook: SoccerParenting http://www.SoccerParenting.com Skye@SoccerParenting.com +1 (804) 467-7041
Outside linebacker that was taken in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions. After not finding himself the right fit for the Lions, Kyle was then traded to the Patriots where he found immediate success and became their #1 linebacker. He won Super Bowl LI as a member of the New England Patriots in 2017 and was a huge success in the 2018 Super Bowl as well. He was a multi-sport athlete at McQueen High School, participating in baseball, basketball, and track in addition to football. Kyle was a star at Brigham Young University, being named Independent Defensive Player of the Year by College Sports Madness in 2013 and setting multiple individual records for his alma mater. He was crowned as Defensive MVP of the 2012 Poinsettia Bowl. Kyle is married to his sweetheart, Marissa which together they strive to make an impact throughout the world through their foundation.
Our 2nd season of VYPE Locker Talk Radio kicks off with how did high school athletes react to the inaugural early signing period and in particular who won the city of Houston for top athletes. VYPE Managing Editor Josh Koch and Producer Todd James discuss the impact of early signing day on the two heavy weights of the lone star state, the University of Texas and Texas A&M. DePriest Taylor of the Manvel Mavericks joins Todd James in the second segment to discuss his role in what many are calling the greatest high school football game ever played. Last weekends epic 5A D1 championship game between Highland Park and Manvel. Highland Park won the contest 53-49 but there were no losers as both teams fought to the end. Taylor was the first ever recipient from a losing team to win the Defensive MVP award. Taylor talks about what it meant to play if a game that will be talked about for generations.
The Badgers turned in an all time defensive performance against the Iowa Hawkeyes in their 38-14 victory. Rich and Max try to make sense of what this means. SHOW NOTES 2:00 The Dynamic Duo is back 6:00 The Talkaround 8:15 Was this performance surprising? 12:00 The safeties 16:00 The Iowa run game 17:45 Is the UW front 7 THAT good? 19:00 Defensive MVP of the game 24:00 Journal Sentinel Jesse on Shaw running outside the tackles 29:45 Who was a great RB that had such glaring deficiencies as Taylor? (Guess who brought this up?) 32:45 Davis and Pryor are very good football players 35:00 Hornibrook had his typical game 44:45 Projecting ahead 48:45 UR Player of the Game 56:45 Big games in the B1G 59:45 Who's gonna coach Nebraska? 1:03:30 #WhyNotWisconsin 1:06:00 This week's game 1:10:45 Donde esta Jazz Peavy?
Is James Harden right about wins? He said, "I think that's the most important thing. I thought winning is what this is about -- period. If you set your team up in a position to have a chance, at the ultimate goal, that's the most important thing." Is he right or wrong? Should a team's record be considered in deciding who is the MVP (2:08) Sergio Garcia wins the Masters (12:33) Triple Double Champ - Russell Westbrook has averaged a triple double for a season. A feat that hasn't been accomplished in 55 years. Can this be duplicated? If so, who do you think will do it? 13:37 The Cavs have stumbled at the end of the regular season. How can they fix what's wrong with them? 26:08 DES Awards - the DES crew pick their winners of the following awards (45:47) Brandon reminisce on his days at the Palace in Detroit (46:30) • Defensive MVP (49:19) • Coach of the Year (52:35) • Rookie of the Year (1:00:25) New Logo - Jerry West has said that he wouldn't mind seeing the NBA remove him as the basketball and replace him as the logo. If that happens, who/what image would you like to see as the NBA logo (1:06:23) Closing/Final thoughts (1:17:49) • Brandon - Boxing (1:18:05) • Desean Watson hating on Lamar Jackson (1:20:03) • Ken slams the Phoenix Suns and Devin Booker (1:21:08) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Episode 145: AJ Hawk - Life In The NFL: Awareness, Consistency, Curiosity A special "swapcast" episode of The Learning Leader Show. This episode with my younger brother AJ is being released on both "The Learning Leader Show," and AJ's video podcast, "The HawkCast." To view the video of this conversation go to: TheHawkCast.show. This has quickly become one of my favorite episodes. I really enjoy when AJ and I record episodes together. We've done it in the past and we'll continue doing it in the future. Episode 145: AJ Hawk - Life In The NFL: Awareness, Consistency, Curiosity Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher Radio The Learning Leader Show “It's really easy to work hard when you're feel good. The difference is consistently working hard everyday." In This Episode, You Will Learn: Focusing like Jim Tressel leads to sustained excellence. Keep everything simple... And LISTEN The 3 words to describe AJ Consistent - Always being there for your teammates. Everyday in practice, weightroom, film room, games Aware - Understanding your surroundings. The real measure of intelligence is your awareness Thoughtful - Caring for others. Understanding how your actions impact others Where was our curiosity developed? Has it always been there? (No) TRUST = It's everything "Do Not Blindly Follow" Why AJ feels that he wouldn't be a good coach (I disagree) Creating actionable steps to change a bad habit -- Get an accountability partner What makes a great coach The best teammates he's ever played with Talking a lot on the football field = "Insecurities bubbling to the surface" - Brady Poppinga Be about DOING... Not Saying AJ's philosophy as a Dad The importance of authenticity as a leader and passing that on to your kids How AJ would respond if his children are not hard workers like him What one coach would he like to hear on the other end of the phone to sign him this season? His dream golf foursome: Charles Barkley, Bill Belichick, Jesus playing at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin The question he asks others to truly understand how they think Learning Leader = "It felt right. It fits you." “Typically, the "talkers" are simply voicing their insecurities. The "doers" don't talk about it. They just do it." Continue Learning: Watch this episode at: TheHawkCast.show See Why Over 230,000 People Follow AJ on Twitter: @OfficialAJHawk To Follow Me on Twitter: @RyanHawk12 You may also like these episodes: Episode 078: Kat Cole – From Hooters Waitress To President of Cinnabon Episode 082: Dan Pink – The Science of Motivation, Legendary Writer & Ted Talk Episode 086: Seth Godin – How To Become Indispensable & Build Your Tribe Episode 107: Simon Sinek – Leadership: It Starts With Why Did you enjoy the podcast? If you enjoyed hearing AJ Hawk on the show, please don’t hesitate to send me a note on Twitter or email me. Episode edited by the great J Scott Donnell Bio From Bengals.com Rookie first-round draft choice started all 16 games for Green Bay and led team in tackles (155) ... Ranked third in Associated Press voting for NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year ... 2008—Played through chest and groin injuries, starting every Packers game and leading team in tackles (121) ... 2010—Team leader in tackles (134) for 10-6 Wild Card team that went on to capture Super Bowl XLV with 31-25 conquest of Pittsburgh ... Seven tackles (six solo) in Super Bowl win, with two passes defensed ... Named by teammates as one of two postseason defensive captains ... Led team in tackles (10) in NFC Championship win at Chicago ... Career-best three INTs in regular season, including picks against Brett Favre and Eli Manning ... 2012—Started every game and both postseason games for Packers club that went 11-5 for NFC North title ... Led team with 142 tackles, including three sacks... 2013—Started 16 games for Packers’ NFC North title winner, and played in both postseason games (one start) ... Led team in regular-season tackles (153) and had career-best five sacks ... Named a Packers postseason captain for third time in his career ... College: Played four seasons (2002-05) at Ohio State ... Earned consensus All-America honors in his final two seasons and was first-team All-Big Ten in his last three campaigns ... Foreshadowed his NFL durability by being available for every game of his career, and started his last 37 games ... As a senior in ’05, won Lombardi Award, given to college football’s top lineman or linebacker, and was Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and Defensive MVP of Tostitos Fiesta Bowl ... As true freshman in ’02, played as a key reserve on 14-0 national championship team ... Career totals of 51 games, 38 starts, 394 tackles,41 tackles-for-loss, 15.5 sacks, seven INTs and two TDs (one on blocked punt and one on INT). Community service: Has held an annual “Mane Event” in Columbus, Ohio, raising money for “Hawk’s Locks for Kids,” his charity that makes wigs for children who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy treatments ... Has participated in NFL’s Play60 program ... Worked with Packers in their “Take a Player to School” event ... Visited with Green Bay area elementary students as reward for their participation in Packers’ Women’s Association food drive ... Has supported Jerry Patrins Cruise for Cancer, the Donald Driver Foundation, the Greg Jennings Foundation and the 2nd-and-7 Foundation, the charity of fellow Ohio State alum Mike Vrabel ... Has made multiple appearances on the Buckeye Cruise for Cancer, and has been a spokesperson for Wisconsin Special Olympics. A racing connection: Hawk’s initials stand for “Aaron James” ... He was nicknamed A.J. by his parents as an infant, after legendary Indy car driver A.J. Foyt. Personal: Hometown is Centerville, Ohio ... Attended Centerville (Ohio) High School, where he logged 585 career tackles while also seeing time as a quarterback and place kicker ... Also earned two basketball letters as a point guard for Centerville ... Married to the former Laura Quinn, sister of former NFL QB Brady Quinn. Earned degree from Ohio State in criminology ... Grew his hair long in 2005 as a tribute to Pat Tillman, former NFL player who lost his life while serving with U.S. Army in Afghanistan, and kept hair long until 2012, when he cut it and donated trimmings to Wigs for Kids charity ... Chosen to throw out the first pitch at a Milwaukee Brewers game in 2007 and also took part in batting practice, hitting two home runs ... Twice won “Celebrity Long Drive” title at the American Century Celebrity Golf Classic in Lake Tahoe, Nev., Hosts his own podcast, interviewing people from all walks of life, including golfer John Daly and sportscaster Joe Buck ... Brother, Ryan, played football at Ohio University and in Arena Football 2 league.
Between them they have 11 Pro Bowls to their credit, a Comeback Player of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, Defensive MVP and a Super Bowl ring. Might retirement and a trip to Canton be next for Terrell Suggs and Steve Smith, Sr.?