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Alabama Football Podcast - College Football Talk dedicated to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide
2021 Alabama Football Pre-Camp Field Guide – Fall Camp Primer – Offense

Alabama Football Podcast - College Football Talk dedicated to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 46:20


Transition into 2021 hits the Alabama Offense hard, which makes this fall camp particularly entertaining and informative. In addition to numerous staring positions on the line, including quarterback, the unit also debuts new offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien who may be singularly able to implement the multiple offense of Saban's dreams. Blow the horn, let's go. Fall camp is upon us. Quarterback – Pre-Camp Projections Reality is this is Bryce Young's job to lose, and the early competition may not pose much of a contest. This should allow both time and room for Bryce to spread his wings. Remember, there was speculation a year ago that Bryce might beat out Mac Jones. Funny to reflect back on that now, but it speaks to Young's potential and promise. Roster/Rotation Behind Bryce Alabama dresses two scholarship quarterbacks in soph Paul Tyson and true freshman Jalen Milroe. While stocked with potential, the Tide's quarterback room is rail thin on experience. What to Watch For Bryce will be brought along quickly, getting most of the high value reps with the ones and it'll pay results early. Meanwhile, one of the hottest battles in camp is for the backup position behind Young. Predictions Lots of positive news flowing from camp. I believe Bryce is the real deal, and Alabama will install a version of the offense slanted to his strengths. Milroe wins the second spot on talent and upside. Besides, he is better equipped than Tyson to run the version of the offense being rolled out for Bryce. Further, it may be important to start the clock on his career while determining if he has a viable future at the position. 5-Star Tyler Simpson jumps aboard in 2022 and potentially a Manning follows in 2023. It will be important to break up any apparent log jams as early as possible.   Running Back – Pre-Camp Projections Neither graduation (Najee Harris), nor roster defections (Keilan Robinson and Kyle Edwards), have diminished the luster on Tide's depth and talent at the running back position. If there is a complaint, it's that the experience is thin.  Yet two backs (Brian Robinson and Trey Sanders), enter at least their third year in the program and talent runs deep across the rotation. Roster/Rotation Senior Brian Robinson has either waited his turn or not delivered on his potential, depending upon who you ask. A valid case could be made either way and B-Rob will have every chance to sway the jury throughout camp and early into the season. The rotation immediately behind B-Rob consists of Sophs Jase McClellan and Trey Sanders, true and red-shirt, respectively. Rounding out the rotation (or leading the charge for many teams), is Soph Roydell Williams and Freshman Camar Wheaton. What to Watch For Trey Sanders' health is the easiest watch item to call across the roster. After a foot injury derailed 2019 and a bumpy start to 2020, Trey looked like an emerging star in a 12 carry, 80-yard breakout performance against Mississippi State. Days later he suffered a devasting injury resulting from a car crash. Depending on his form, he could land anywhere within the pecking order. Fawning over Camar Wheaton is watch-worthy but consider the sources and specifics of the praise. Is it typical 5-star hype or is Camar bringing something unique and dynamic to the table early? Does Roydell Williams bridge the gap that appeared to present on the field between he and Jase McClellan? Was this even a legit gap or was it more the circumstance of play? Predictions Barring injury, Brian Robinson does nothing to lose the RB1 role in camp though I wonder if he has the juice to hold the mantle all season. Jase quickly becomes the feature back even if he does not always get the first carries of the game. He has game breaking burst which forces attention from the defense. Zero chance all these guys finish their careers with Alabama. Either they are as good as we think and won't wait in line. Or they aren't and can't. In another world, we would space out their careers and rest confident in being set at the position for the next decade. Even typing that it sounds like something I've said about a Saban running back room before. Alabama problems, right? We will miss Keilen Robinson once he finds his role at Texas.   Wide Receiver – Pre-Camp Projections The receiver position promises as much mystery and excitement as Alabama fans have seen in years. It also carries with it the heavy mantel of expectation after consecutive seasons churning our multiple first round NFL draft picks. Roster/Rotation John Metchie III is the only given at the position, but there is plenty with which receiver coach Holmon Wiggins can work. Slade Bolden is a versatile slot receiver who performed well in relieve of Jaylen Waddle during 2020. He's not nearly as dynamic but he's a perfect candidate for many of the slot packages new offensive coordinator previously ran in New England. Ohio State transfer Jameson Williams exemplifies Saban's selective and strategic use of the transfer portal. Presto, seasoned speed and legit threat ready to stretch the field and open up the underneath. Agiye Hall announced his presence during A-Day with aplomb and many already believe he's the next great Alabama receiver. Sophs Javon Baker, Traeshon Holden, and Thaiu Jones-Bell; along with freshmen Ja'Corey Brooks, Christian Leary, and JoJo Earle round out a deep and talented corp. What to Watch For Pecking order is the key watch item this fall. Specifically, do true freshman Hall, Earle, Leary, and Brooks leapfrog last year's freshmen Baker, Traeshon Holden, and Thaiu Jones-Bell. Individually, each of the freshmen ranked higher than the sophs, who each return with a year in the system. It shapes up to be a live competition. Predictions Jamo's transfer does not bode well for Xavier Williams whose strength is his speed though he has struggled to see consistent action. There have even been mixed reports whether his name remains on the roster. Agiye Hall cements himself as being on par with Metchie. Holden quietly reeled in 8 catches during A-Day. He may develop into a quiet chain moving target. Brooks and Leary both see action, thereby solving the pecking order riddle.   Tight Ends – Pre-Camp Projections This is another position with an interesting mix of young and unproven talent. Junior Jahleel Billingsley returns the most experience but represents a departure from the typical mold under the Saban system. Major Tennison most closely mirrors the model but may struggle to retain a role as the 3rd tight end with the emergence of Cameron Latu. Roster/Rotation Billingsley is a super-sized receiver and should post impressive numbers for an Alabama tight end within Bill O'Brien's influenced offense. Latu plays an in-line role but watch for him to leak out against overmatched linebackers. He'll be a chain mover. He's also primed for a breakout after waiting at both DE and TE for the roster to break his way. Kendall Randolph is more offensive lineman but will align as a tight end in short yardage situations. What to Watch For Does Alabama use Latu as a receiver or primarily as a blocker in the passing game? This is the window of opportunity Major needs to capitalize on in order to sustain meaningful playing time. Which youngster makes the most noise in camp Caden Clark or Robbie Outz? Winner here likely starts in 12 personnel in 2022. Predictions Cameron Latu breaks out this season. His production will not rival that of Jahleel but expect Latu to make a name for him self with key first downs, surprise big plays, and physical blocks at the point of attack. He has finally found a home position with accrued service time. He takes full advantage. His assigned jersey number 45 may be influencing me, but look for Robbie Ouzt to play a little H-back, fullback especially in short yardage as the season progresses.   Offensive Line – Pre-Camp Projections A sure competitive hotbed during fall camp is along the offensive line. Yes, Alabama returns 3 starters from the national championship game. It is also true only 1 man returns to a position at which he recorded multiple starts during 2020. Suffice to say, there's work to be done. Fortunately, Alabama boasts a talented and deep assemblage of offensive linemen, and an acclaimed veteran line coach in Doug Marrone leading the way. Roster/Rotation Junior Evan Neal is moving to left tackle while Chris Owens and Emil Ekiyor will man the Center and Right Guard spots, respectively. Thus, focusing competition to left guard, right tackle, and swing players the interior and exterior positions. What to Watch For Rotations, rotations, rotations. Finding the best five is a jargon we will hear throughout camp and early on we're likely to hear about players moving around every day. Pay particular attention to guard positions with heated battles featuring Damieon George, Javion Cohen, and Darrian Dalcourt all vying to line up opposite Emil Ekiyor. At right tackle JC Latham will compete most directly with Damieon George. Predictions Left to Right, I suspect we see the following two-deep when the dust settles. LT – Evan Neal, JC Latham LG – Javon Cohen, Damieon George C – Chris Owns, Darrian Dalcourt RG – Emil Ekiyor, Pierce Quick RT – JC Latham, Damieon George Yes, this version repeats players which makes it more of an injury triage lineup than a true line-shift two-deep. The preseason updates will iron out both interpretations.   Now that we have reviewed the pieces, let's consider the offense as a whole, and payoff one of my bold statements from the beginning. What to Watch For From a basis of limited viewing periods, it will be challenging to get a sense for how the offense is coming together during fall camp. Scrimmages will help, especially ball distribution stats, just know those are easily manipulated. Listen for less tangible measures to determine how the offense is progressing. How early does the line settle out and what does Saban say about the pressure allowed by the first unit? Is Bryce comfortable with his progressions, are pass catchers turning heads and making plays at varying levels across varying positions? This offense does not have a Smitty or Najee primed and ready to go – at least that we yet know of – suggesting an offense by committee early on. Camp reports will mirror this by underscoring competitions and rotations. Frustrated or negatively minded reports may call this a lack of clarity, or a failure of someone to step up, which Finebaum wannabes will spin into missing leadership. Optimistic reporting will emphasize the talk about the wealth of potential weapons and playmakers on the roster. I lean to the later based on what know about the parts and pieces along with the architect at the helm. If most reports highlight different players but the overall theme is the right work is getting done, then that is a good place. Its messy and not fan friendly where we prefer a pre-packaged menu of stars, but it is aligned with the style of play we'll experience early. Prediction Bryce grows as a football player before our eyes this season. He may even start slow, but my guess is he'll be dynamic by season's end. Meanwhile, Alabama's offense will be a sort of multiple-hybrid – yes, inventing terms over here – and I am coming to believe that new OC Bill O'Brien may be singularly able to implement the multiple offense of Saban's dreams. Multiple in that the Tide can wage attacks from a variety of platforms and formations – 3 TE bunch formations to move the chains and 5 wideouts attacking downfield on the ensuring first down. Dynamic in that the Tide will require defenses to defend the full field. Hybrid in that Alabama will go back to using the offense to protect the defense at moments during the season. It may not be full ground and pound, but shorter passes to occupy the play clock and frustrate the defense, especially once a lead stretches above two possessions. Consider the New England Patriots offense, which O'Brien coordinated for a time. The team's offense gameplan varied week to week. A running game one week and a downfield passing team the next, all based on the opponent and available personnel. This season Alabama has as diverse and deep an offensive roster as I recall. The only knock is youth and inexperience but gameplan vignettes can work better in doses as it distributes the load. Do not get me wrong, to the average fan or naked eye the game play will largely look the same. But watch to see if the personnel and mode of attack adjusts throughout a game beyond the standard changes that occur when its time to rotate in the backups. Yes, I am bullish and adventurous in how I expect the Tide offense to perform during the '21 season, but let's agree it's not the record setting, all gas no breaks attack from 2020. This team will have a distinct flavor. Remembering that Saban is not always on the trend curve because he sometimes is the trend curve, I suspect this incarnation of the Saban offense will play homage to its roots by selectively layering in components of complimentary football. This promises to be fun to watch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Landry Football's Conference Call
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-2 MONDAY HOUR 1

Landry Football's Conference Call

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 40:00


Chuck opens the show by talking about scheduling in the SEC and how it's about to change even more. He also talks about Greg Sankey holding all the cards in college football at the moment. We talk Alabama and a new venture with Southern Sports Today with Ryan Fowler of Tide 100.9 in Tuscaloosa.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-2 MONDAY HOUR 1

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 40:00


Chuck opens the show by talking about scheduling in the SEC and how it's about to change even more. He also talks about Greg Sankey holding all the cards in college football at the moment. We talk Alabama and a new venture with Southern Sports Today with Ryan Fowler of Tide 100.9 in Tuscaloosa.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Alabama Football Podcast - College Football Talk dedicated to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide
2021 Alabama Football Pre-Camp Field Guide – Coaching Changes

Alabama Football Podcast - College Football Talk dedicated to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 37:16


The 2021 football season is fast approaching.  SEC Media Days have passed and oh the whirl wind of storylines they carried with them. NIL, expanded playoffs, and conference expansion are all interesting topics but its time to turn our eyes to the field… or at least the practice field. To that end we'll run a brief series orienting ourselves towards the arrival of camp with updates and refreshes heading into the season. Consider it a two-wave attack designed to jump start your readiness for the return of Alabama Football. First up, the revamped Coaching Staff. An annual rite of passage for Coach Saban and Alabama fans is the inevitable churn amongst the staff. Competing programs looking for a spark of magic from the Saban tree poach and promote while the occasional underperformer is moved out. This spin cycle was turned up in early 2021 following both a national championship and a Covid lock down year which saw much less transition. Let's take a moment to recap the movement and layer in some AFP perspective. Offensive Coordinator – Bill O'Brien replaces Steve Sarkisian No question the biggest change across the staff is the departure of Steve Sarkisian who left to become the head coach at Texas. A program making its own headlines these days. As much as we grew to appreciate Sarkisian, this move will pay lasting dividends for Alabama. First, this is exactly the kind of move that enables Saban to continue hiring analysts and other reclamation project-type coaches. It was not long ago that Sark was toxic. Marinate a spell with Saban and now he captains a legit blue blood program. That is just the kind of move that keeps the coaching pipeline viable and vibrant. Second, many believed, me included, Sark was a front runner to take over had Saban decided to hang up the whistle, even if that meant waiting another season or maybe two. Thus, his departure may signify Saban's intent to continue coaching well into his newly extended contract. A legit win for Alabama fans. Meanwhile, Sark's replacement, Bill O'Brien (BO'B), is no slouch, boasting a resume dotted with impressive career stops; Patriots OC, head coach Penn State, and head coach / General Manager for the NFL's Houston Texans. One doesn't just stumble into those kinds of roles and overall, BO'B has been successful at each of his stops, and nothing suggests this trend won't continue. What to Expect? Watch for a refreshed and energized BO'B following his heavy load/double duty in Houston. Understanding this remains the Nick Saban offense, expect to see an emphasis on new wrinkles while keeping true to the hits. Bryce Young will cut his teeth and evolve his confidence on a steady diet of underneath routes involving the tight ends and slot receivers. Let's agree I would not want to be a linebacker forced into coverage. Side Bet: O'Brien knows he was not hired as a one-year rental, and likely he doesn't leave for anything not on a dream job list he and Saban have already discussed. Who knows, one of those dream roles may require his growing roots in the area. Offensive Line Coach – Doug Marrone replaces Kyle Flood It is no surprise that Flood left town with Sark. They came to Alabama as a package deal from the Falcons and they left town as much the same. Stevie Wonder saw it coming. Interestingly, Alabama got something of a package deal in return. Doug Marrone and Bill O'Brien are longtime friends dating back to their wives being friends in college. So do not be overly surprised if the Bill and Doug shows share a run in Tuscaloosa. What to Expect? Marrone built his career from the trenches up, becoming an offensive line coach when his playing days were over. Earning a reputation as an old- school teacher, Doug is a two-time NFL head coach which speaks highly to his ability to engage and develop players. Watch for Alabama lines under Marrone to be tough, physical, and unrelenting. Given options young and experienced on the Tide roster, Doug may be looking forward to camp more than most. Side Bet: From what I read, Marrone is something of an introvert (me too). Perhaps not the best trait for a front of franchise role. However, amongst the trenches a man could become anonymous in all the right ways. For as long as Doug Marrone is in Tuscaloosa, the Tide line is a threat for the Joe Moore award. Special Teams Coordinator / Tight Ends Coach – Drew Svoboda replaces Jeff Banks The decision by Jeff Banks may be one of the more frustrating ones for Alabama fans. A lateral move underscoring Sark's intent to build Texas in Alabama's image using as many former colleagues as possible. While both fair and true, its not the full story. Besides, side note, I am more pleased Holmon Wiggins elected to stay at Alabama. Consider Banks is from Texas – we poached him from TAMU just a couple years ago. A raise with a chance to move home should not be undervalued. Meanwhile his replacement, Svoboda, is a well-respected special teams coach with prior stints with Rice and a short stay with Memphis State. What to Expect? Look for a young coach ready to make a name for himself on a big stage both on the field and on the recruiting trail. Not more than a couple years have passed since Drew was an extraordinarily successful high school coach in the Houston area. Interesting to note, Banks, Jay Graham (on the job for just a couple months), and Svoboda all have ties to Texas. Clearly Saban has a type in seeking to fill this role. Side bet: Svoboda stays with Alabama for the long haul, perhaps even until Saban retires. Drew is just three years removed from being a high school coach and he is looking to maximize his investment at Alabama and links to Saban. My guess is he squeezes everything he can out of the opportunity. Running Back Coach – Robert Gillespie replaces Charles Huff First off, congratulations to Charles Huff for spinning a running back coaching gig into a head job. It feels like he may have skipped some steps but that is the Saban bump in effect, and further evidence the pipeline is working. As for Gillespie, many will remember him from his playing days at Florida during the Spurrier era. Though more recently Robert has carved out a successful coaching career and an outstanding reputation as a recruiter. What to Expect? Robert is no slouch as a coach having mentored 1000-yard rushers in each of the last two seasons at North Carolina under Mack Brown. Interestingly, Phil Longo, UNC OC, was a rumored candidate to replace Sark. While Saban went another direction, he did dip into the UNC till, so to speak, in poaching Gillespie. Perhaps he brings a couple clever screens with him. Side bet: Brian Robinson has a nice season under Gillespie's tutelage, but watch out for Jase and Camar. Cornerbacks Coach – Jay Valai replaces Karl Scott Jay is a young coach on the move, exploiting every angle to advance his career. When he signed on with Alabama in February it was his 4th job in barely the span of a month. Released from Texas as part of the regime change, Valai quickly joined the Houston Cougars for 2 weeks until the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles called. Valai lasted in Philly only 11 days before accepting the opportunity at Alabama under coach Saban. What to Expect? Footage of Jay on the practice field illustrates a relentless coach continuously peppering players with instruction and correction. Every rep and practice session is maximized. Jay was a team captain at Wisconsin and ran his own training business following his playing career. Further evidence of productive, results oriented, hardworking individual. Side bet: Watch for little drop off in Alabama's corner play even with the departure of All America and first rounder Patrick Surtain. The talent is on the roster and Jay will work relentlessly to set it free. Like Svoboda, Jay is a young coach trying to establish his career. Given the objective, you could do worse than sticking around Tuscaloosa under Saban. I imagine Jay stays at Alabama at least 2-3 seasons. This feels like a safe bet as it gives him reps in recruiting, and he can stand the longevity on his resume. Potential Defensive Coordinator candidate at some point. Overall, I love the blend and themes that permeate this group. Experience runs both extremes with long tenured NFL coaches carving out roles that resonate with their personal strengths on one side and newer entrants to the college ranks on the other. The young and reinvigorated energies should elevate the staff. Recruiting is another theme up and down the list. Whether its pelts on the wall, long standing community connections, apparent acumen, or resumes that speak for themselves, these fellas are poised to wage war on the recruiting front. This group will be fun to watch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Landry Football's Conference Call
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 7-9 FRIDAY HOUR 2

Landry Football's Conference Call

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 39:57


Chuck opens hour two with a look at the college football headlines, ‘CFB 365.' Tony Tsoukalas of Bama Insider joins us to talk Alabama. Then, we talk ACC with Roddy Jones of ACC Network and SiriusXM Radio.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 7-9 FRIDAY HOUR 2

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 39:57


Chuck opens hour two with a look at the college football headlines, ‘CFB 365.' Tony Tsoukalas of Bama Insider joins us to talk Alabama. Then, we talk ACC with Roddy Jones of ACC Network and SiriusXM Radio.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey
#40 - Chaz Cervino - Selling Your Company; Entrepreneurship; Playing College Football, & Happiness

TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 177:59


Chaz Cervino is an athlete/influencer manager, businessman, marketer, and investor. Currently, Chaz is the founder of Cervino Co., a management and consulting firm that works with companies and high-profile individuals. Previously, Chaz co-founded Today’s Business & Today’s Athletes. TB & TA offered services that included marketing, digital media, athlete/influencer management and consulting. In 2021, Chaz exited both companies and founded Cervino Co. ***TIMESTAMPS*** 2:32 - How Chaz landed the Cleveland Cavaliers as a client at age 24; That time his company stopped an planned attack against LeBron James; Affiliate Marketing background; Athletes short window for brandability 17:18 - Chaz’s football career at Syracuse; Why Doug Marrone was a terrible person; Chaz’s transfer to Hofstra; The problems with college football recruiting; Doug Marrone’s terrible reputation everywhere he goes 33:35 - The cancellation of Hofstra’s football program; The Jones Brothers at Syracuse (Arthur Jones & Chandler Jones––along with their brother, UFC Champion Jon Jones) 39:02 - Todd Marinovich & Marv Marinovich background; The Todd Marinovich 30 for 30 44:27 - Players Chaz played with who he immediately saw “NFL” in; Concussions & CTE in football; Weed & Painkillers in college football 55:27 - College athletes getting paid; Reggie Bush 1:03:05 - Chaz’s decision to leave football behind 1:10:15 - How Chaz built his athlete client rolodex; Kevin Garnett & Ray Lewis; The sleaziness in the athlete management industry; The problems with modern-day college education 1:29:02 - Why Chaz left Today’s Business; Alignment & Vision when building a company; Video Content; Focus on Happiness 1:47:46 - Relationships in Business; Cervino Co; The Naval Ravikant Model 2:00:40 - Where things are going (trends); NFTs; Decentralization; Industries that have been massively disrupted that now have the opportunity to disrupt 2:26:49 - Sports changed by Covid 19 Pandemic?; Young kids and fear; Masks; Carolina Panthers Tackle, Russell Okung on critical thinking; The mainstream media has let us all down 2:43:38 - Chaz’s career and life transition over the past 3 years; Trust; The fear of letting people down; Not Trying too hard ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q  ~ Show Notes: https://www.trendifier.com/podcastnotes  TRENDIFIER Website: https://www.trendifier.com  Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey  ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io  Music Produced by White Hot

Pass It Down
Ep. 43: Gaucho Fever (Featuring Josh Elliott): UC Santa Barbara March Madness Special

Pass It Down

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 81:40


Featured guest Josh Elliott tells Mike, Natalie and her younger brothers--UCSB students Greg and Robbie--how he ended up playing water polo at the school in the ‘90s and why the former Good Morning America personality still feels so connected to his alma mater. With the Gauchos set to take on Creighton in a first-round game on Saturday, Josh recalls the talented UCSB team from his freshman year that defeated future national champion UNLV in the regular season and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Greg describes calling the JaQuori McLaughlin buzzer beater in a packed Thunderdome in March of 2020 just before the shelter-in-place order was instituted, and how the pandemic has impacted college life in the year that followed. Josh weighs in on Creighton head coach Doug McDermott’s “plantation speech” and paints a hopeful picture of the Gauchos’ prospects for the first round and beyond. Eyebrow-raising stories featuring UCSB alums and accomplished actors Michael Douglas and Gwyneth Paltrow, and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, should have Isla Vista popping before tipoff.

XFL Chalk Talk
College Football: Jeremy Pruitt Fired, NFL Combine News & Recruiting Roundup

XFL Chalk Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2021 40:05


Big coaching news this week. Jeremy Pruitt fired at Tennessee in what looks to be major recruiting violations within the program. Nick Saban and Alabama reload on the field and off by hiring Bill O' Brien as OC and Doug Marrone as the OL coach. The NFL Combine is canceled plus tons of recruiting news. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Cari Champion & Jemele Hill - hour 3 (01-20-21)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 49:22


Chris Brockman kicks off the hour running through the latest news on Deshaun Watson, Patrick Mahomes status for the AFC Championship game, the Lions giving Dan Campbell a head-scratching 6-year contract, and former Jaguars’ head coach Doug Marrone’s new job at Alabama.  Vice TV’s Cari Champion and Jemele Hill join Rich to discuss the (sometimes too slow) evolution of ESPN’s flagship show SportsCenter over the decades in the face of changing demands of viewers and sports fans, how their new show ‘Cari & Jemele Won’t Stick to Sports’ exemplifies the trend toward mixing sports and politics, James Harden’s and Deshaun Watson’s use of leverage to extract a more favorable situation for themselves, and what goes in inside the mind of Nets’ enigmatic All-Star guard Kyrie Irving.    Rich wraps up the show calling out Mike Del Tufo for (again) not paying attention to the show while the show was live on the air.

Reed's Ranch
Bama wins again, Vols don't care

Reed's Ranch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2021 44:03


Doug Marrone??????? Patreon.com/ReedsRanch

FOX Sports Knoxville
3&OUT The Podcast HR3: " We Can't Have Nice Things" 1/12/21

FOX Sports Knoxville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2021 44:49


-Doug Marrone lol -Vols Game Postponed -Jump Around

The Ian Furness Show
Furness H2 - RapSheet tells Doug Marrone he's fired / Durkan speaks on potential Sonics return / Softy: Offense or defense?

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2021 38:13


Super Wild Card Weekend is upon us, and Ian Rapoport has all of the information we need heading into tomorrow with updates to injuries and more, plus a story about how he was the one to tell Doug Marrone he was fired. Mayor Durkan commented yesterday on the potential return of an NBA team to Seattle. As a lame duck mayor, she likely won't have much involvement in the process, but undoubtedly conversations have been had with her office. Now we just need to find someone with enough capital to pay for the team. How much liquid cash does Bezos have? Softy asks, if you could only have one, a great offense or a great defense, which would you choose?

The Ian Furness Show
Ian Rapoport tells the story of informing Doug Marrone that he's been fired + updates on injuries, and more

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2021 11:37


Don't miss Ian Rapoport's weekly visit with Furness as Rap catches us up on all the news around the league. Rap's visits are thanks to the fine folks at Porter and York. Rare meat, well done. Visit PorterandYork.com to get great meat delivered straight to your door!

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast
Wild-card preview & ranking the open head coaching jobs

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2021 61:53


The first week of the NFL postseason always welcomes a bittersweet holiday for NFL fans: Black Monday. Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson kick off this episode discussing the recent firings of Anthony Lynn, Doug Marrone and the strange situation of John Elway simultaneously firing and promoting himself. (4:10)Our experts rank the open head coach and general manager jobs in the league with franchises like the Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers, New York Jets, Houston Texans, Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons and others.In the second half of the show, Terez & Charles preview all six wild-card games scheduled for this weekend, whether the NFL should allow Browns HC Kevin Stefanski to coach remotely and which game they think has the best shot of resulting in an upset. (37:55)Stay tuned for a special month of LIVE episodes of the Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast, streaming every Monday through the Super Bowl at 1pm EST/10am PST on the Yahoo Sports YouTube, Twitter, Twitch & Facebook pages.Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL.Follow Charles @CharlesRobinsonFollow Terez @TerezPaylorTag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcastCheck out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

After The Tailgate
Pederson Disappoints In Primetime

After The Tailgate

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 101:47


Now that the holiday season is over the ATT boys are back and ready for the NFL playoffs. This episode also features Josh Jacobs’ DUI, John Elway steps down as GM, & the NFL MVP race. Adam Gase, Doug Marrone, & Anthony Lynn are all relieved of their HC duties. As always, NFL Injury Update, Best & Worst Games of Week 17, & their Wildcard Weekend Playoff Picks. Get 10% OFF using the promo code “WASHEDUP” on any order @ apexkoozie.com

The Swain Event
The Swain Event — 1/6/21 — Hour 3

The Swain Event

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 37:00


Swain and Ben discuss Doug Marrone.

Sean's Sports Stop
Episode 325

Sean's Sports Stop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 28:53


On Episode 325 of Sean's Sports Stop, Sean Tiplitsky reports the biggest news in sports and gives his unique opinion on everything going on which includes: Stephen Curry dropping 92 points in his last 2 games (1:05), the Cincinnati Bengals sticking with Zac Taylor (3:05), the Jacksonville Jaguars firing Doug Marrone (5:50), Cam Newton unsure of being a backup (7:45), Nick Saban targeting Adam Gase and Bill O'Brien (9:17), Deshaun Watson saying the Houston Texans need a culture change (11:30), John Elway getting promoted from GM of the Denver Broncos (14:10), the Los Angeles Chargers firing Anthony Lynn and targeting Jason Garret (15:18), 2021 NCAA March Madness being held in Indianapolis (17:12), Urban Meyer wanting $12M to become head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars (17:52), Josh Jacobs' DUI (18:50), Philadelphia Eagles players pissed at Doug Pederson (20:00), Frank Gore considering a 21st season (22:17), Ron Rivera saying the Washington Football Team. might rotate QBs (23:54), Bruce Arians telling Chase Young to watch out (25:10), the Cleveland Browns having multiple COVID-19 issues before the playoffs (26:05), the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship game possibly being postponed (27:52). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seanssportsstop/message

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio
Anthony Lynn & Doug Marrone fired + John Elway steps down as GM | 1/5 #1

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 49:28


Anthony Lynn & Doug Marrone were both fired yesterday. What is the next step for the Chargers and Jaguars? And the Bengals decided to stick with Zac Taylor.John Elway has stepped down as GM, but is he just failing upward?On a scale of 1 to 10, how much will it impact their teams if Alvin Kamara and Mike Evans are out this weekend?

Nothing Personal with David Samson
What role do star players have in hiring a new coach?

Nothing Personal with David Samson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 48:19


Today’s word of the day is ‘empowerment’ as in who are we going to empower as in if you empower the wrong person you’re in trouble as in DeShaun Watson has got the power! What do I mean by this? He is the star quarterback of the Houston Texans and he was asked about what the Texans need in a new head coach. Let’s go through the conversation that the front office should be having with DeShaun Watson to make sure that there is no power tripping going on in Houston (0:06). The Jacksonville Jaguars fired Doug Marrone and the team’s owner Shad Khan made a statement that was show worthy. These are the type of statements that just make me laugh. Laugh with me, won’t you (11:35)? So You Wanna Talk To Samson!? Someone asked me about John Elway taking an ‘elevated position’ within the Denver Broncos organization, but still remaining the President of Football Operations. What? How could that be (18:09)? Review - Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (28:05). How many times have you got got on social media? When someone tweets something and it’s a bunch of malarkey from either a fake account or someone running a fake story? Has this ever happened to you? It happens to the biggest companies in the world too (31:45). The entirety of the NCAA tournament will be held in Indianapolis. March Madness under one roof! Why do you think this bubble was formed (40:40)? #waittosee -------------------------- 'Nothing Personal with David Samson' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Bullhorn and wherever else you listen to podcasts.   Follow David on Twitter: @DavidPSamson  To watch David on CBS Sports HQ visit https://www.cbssports.com/live/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ https://www.youtube.com/nothingpersonalwithdavidsamson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Establish the Pass - ClutchPoints
2020 NFL Week 17 Takeaways & ranking the 6 head coach vacancies

Establish the Pass - ClutchPoints

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 34:15


Establish the Pass Podcast Episode 128 - Blake Lovell and Dillon Reagan go over their biggest takeaways from Week 17 of the 2020 NFL season, including the Packers clinching the No. 1 seed as the NFC's top Super Bowl contender, the Bills blowing away the Dolphins' playoff dreams, the Browns clinching their first playoff berth in 18 years, the Rams defense outscoring the Cardinals on their own, an impressive AFC playoff field, and the controversial final game between the NFC East champion Washington Football Team and the apparently tanking Eagles. Then, they discuss and rank the six head coach openings in the NFL after Adam Gase, Doug Marrone, and Anthony Lynn were fired on a quieter than usual Black Monday. Follow Blake on Twitter: @TheBlakeLovell Follow Dillon on Twitter: @DillonReaganCP Part of the ClutchPoints network Visit Betonline.ag for a 50% welcome bonus with promo code BLUEWIRE

Locked On NFL
Adam Gase, Anthony Lynn & Doug Marrone Fired On Black Monday

Locked On NFL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 31:03


It's the day after Black Monday, and Ross & Luke are here to give you all the headlines. We'll turn to the local experts on teams that will search for new coaches in 2021, A word from the hosts of Locked On Jaguars, Jets, Chargers, Texans, Falcons and Lions, and some predictions on who could fill the vacancies. Then on the Tuesday Fantasy Forum, we'll cover the Jags and Jets, and how their new head coach could affect fantasy value in their skill players. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!  Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus.  Follow the network: @LockedOnNFLPods Follow Ross: @RossJacksonNOLA Follow Luke: @LukeBraunNFL The six head coaching vacancies as of now: https://www.nfl.com/news/ranking-nfl-head-coach-openings-chargers-jags-jobs-shine Follow Kate: @FFBallBlast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pick Six NFL Podcast
Black Monday Roundup & Ranking the 6 Head Coaching Vacancies (Football 1/5)

Pick Six NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 52:57


Another Black Monday in the books as more jobs opened up across the league. On this episode, Will Brinson, Ryan Wilson and John Breech survey the landscape of moves and analyze the vacancies. If you want more in-depth breakdowns of the specific firings of Adam Gase, Doug Marrone and Anthony Lynn check out their respective emergency podcasts in the feed. Here, the guys discuss John Elway leaving the Broncos GM job open in favor of another role (3:10) and what GM job is the most attractive (9:45). The rankings continue as the Pick Six Superfriends then rank the 6 head coaching vacancies in terms of desirability (16:30). The Chargers have Justin Herbert, but the Jaguars have the #1 overall pick. What's better at this point? The Falcons, Texans, Lions and Jets will also be looking for new head coaches and we rank 'em all! 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @ryanwilsonCBS, @johnbreech, @E_DeBerardinis Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ferrall Coast to Coast
1/4 Hour 2: Adam Caplan, Wild Card Weekend Schedule, Latest Super Bowl Odds, & More

Ferrall Coast to Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 49:32


Today Ketih talks about Doug Pederson benching Jalen Hurts in the 4th quarter, Aaron Rodgers puts stamp on his MVP, Derrick Henry goes for 2K yards, Bills are the hottest team in the NFL, Aaron Rodgers happy to have top seed, Baker prepared for facing Steelers again, NFL playoff bracket is set, Wild Card weekend schedule, latest Super Bowl odds, Adam Gase, Doug Marrone, and Anthony Lynn fired, Urban Meyers as Jaguars coach?, Steph Curry drops 62, and more! Plus, Adam Caplan is on to break down everything that happened this weekend in the NFL. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Ferrall Coast to Coast
1/4 Hour 1: Cousin Sal, NFL Week 17 Recap, Derrick Henry Goes For 2K Yds, & More

Ferrall Coast to Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 49:57


Today Ketih talks about Doug Pederson benching Jalen Hurts in the 4th quarter, Aaron Rodgers puts stamp on his MVP, Derrick Henry goes for 2K yards, Bills are the hottest team in the NFL, Aaron Rodgers happy to have top seed, Baker prepared for facing Steelers again, NFL playoff bracket is set, Wild Card weekend schedule, latest Super Bowl odds, Adam Gase, Doug Marrone, and Anthony Lynn fired, Urban Meyers as Jaguars coach?, Steph Curry drops 62, and more! Cousin Sal joins to break down everything that happened this weekend in the NFL. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

PFT PM
"Black Monday", head coach openings, and Wild Card matchups

PFT PM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 49:43


Florio and Charean Williams give their initial thoughts on the firings of Anthony Lynn and Doug Marrone. They also discuss which head coaching job they think is the most attractive. Plus, they share which Wild Card matchups they are most looking forward to.

FOX Sports Knoxville
The Drive Podcast HR3: "Doug The Dud" 1-4-21

FOX Sports Knoxville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 48:09


in hour 3 of the drive, we give you the top 5 at 5, we discuss dan mullen, and Doug Marrone

JD Talkin Sports
JD TALKIN SPORTS #748

JD Talkin Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 52:02


A lot of NFL teams are looking for a culture change in their next coaching hire. Eric Bieniemy and Robert Saleh won't be passed over this year. Adam Gase out for the Jets could he end up on Nick Saban's staff in 2021? Wouldn't be shocked. Eagles putting in Nate Sudfeld who hadn't played since 2018 made no sense last night but love what Joe Judge told his players today that they shouldn't put their destiny in other teams hands. They had sixteen weeks to control their destiny. The Giants future seems bright.

Sportradio360
NFL Sofa Quarterbacks 2020 – Woche 17

Sportradio360

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 132:31


Black Monday. Das Ende eines Abschnitts für viele Coaches. Für uns der beste Zeitpunkt den Rookie zu bringen: Joachim Ullrich (ex Nationalmannschaftsquarterback, DAZN) nimmt Platz in der Runde, flankiert von den Veteranen Christian Schimmel (derdraft.de) und Jan Weckwerth (Triple Option). Wir reden über Coaches, Quarterbacks, zerplatzte Playoff-Träume und werfen den Blick in die Playoff-Glaskugel. 

Simple Man Radio
1/4/21 Eagles Tank, Adam Gase & Doug Marrone fired

Simple Man Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 33:43


Bobby & Danny discuss the Eagles tanking on Sunday Night Football, what the Jags & jets should do after firing their head coaches and go through the word of the day.

Golic and Wingo
Hour 4: Coaching Carousel begins...

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 46:08


The Bills looked scary yesterday. We get some breaking news that the Jags are officially moving on from Doug Marrone...could Ryan Day or Urban Meyer be next in line for the Jacksonville job? Jim Mora joins to talk about college coaches transitioning to the NFL. Louis Riddick joins to talk about the Ravens/Titans Wild Card game and what happened with Wentz & Pederson in Philly.

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis
Hour 4: Coaching Carousel begins...

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 46:08


The Bills looked scary yesterday. We get some breaking news that the Jags are officially moving on from Doug Marrone...could Ryan Day or Urban Meyer be next in line for the Jacksonville job? Jim Mora joins to talk about college coaches transitioning to the NFL. Louis Riddick joins to talk about the Ravens/Titans Wild Card game and what happened with Wentz & Pederson in Philly.

The Max Kellerman Show
Hour 4: Coaching Carousel begins...

The Max Kellerman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 46:08


The Bills looked scary yesterday. We get some breaking news that the Jags are officially moving on from Doug Marrone...could Ryan Day or Urban Meyer be next in line for the Jacksonville job? Jim Mora joins to talk about college coaches transitioning to the NFL. Louis Riddick joins to talk about the Ravens/Titans Wild Card game and what happened with Wentz & Pederson in Philly.

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 4: Coaching Carousel begins...

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 46:08


The Bills looked scary yesterday. We get some breaking news that the Jags are officially moving on from Doug Marrone...could Ryan Day or Urban Meyer be next in line for the Jacksonville job? Jim Mora joins to talk about college coaches transitioning to the NFL. Louis Riddick joins to talk about the Ravens/Titans Wild Card game and what happened with Wentz & Pederson in Philly.

Get Up!
Hour 2: NFL coaching carousel

Get Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 48:43


Adam Schefter with breaking news regarding Doug Marrone and the Jaguars. Plus, Rex Ryan, Dan Orlovsky and Ryan Clark share why they think the Steelers wont go far in the playoffs. Also, can anyone beat the Packers in Lambeau? What the guys think about the packers playoff chances.

Pick Six NFL Podcast

A few seasons ago, Doug Marrone had the Jaguars on the doorstep of the Super Bowl. Now, he's without a job. Jacksonville decided to part ways with Marrone on Monday morning, so Will Brinson and John Breech gathered to break it down on the latest emergency podcast. The guys look back at his up-and-down tenure, before looking ahead to his replacement. Urban Meyer is a name that is gaining a lot of steam, but does he make the most sense? Brinson and Breech offer other potential suitors with an emphasis on truly offensive-minded coaches.  'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @ryanwilsonCBS, @johnbreech, @E_DeBerardinis Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Jaguars - Daily Podcast On The Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars clean house by firing Doug Marrone

Locked On Jaguars - Daily Podcast On The Jacksonville Jaguars

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 31:33


Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. Shad Khan has fired HC Doug Marrone today. The search for a new coach begins. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
01/02/2021 - FOX Football Saturday with Jonas Knox and Bucky Brooks - Coaching Carousel

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2021 128:45


Jonas and Bucky react to the breaking news that Texas fires HC Tom Herman with the intention of hiring Alabama OC Steve Sarkisian. Meanwhile, the Jaguars eye Urban Meyer and possibly Ohio State HC Ryan Day to replace Doug Marrone but Bucky thinks the Chargers job might be more alluring. Dabo stands by ranking Ohio State out of his top 10 despite being embarrassed by them in the Sugar Bowl. Guests include Adam Caplan and Bruce Gradkowski plus The Iowa Minute and In the Gutter. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent
Doug Marrone Show: Thursday, December 31

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2020 59:51


Head Coach Doug Marrone previews the Week 17 game against the Colts with J.P. Shadrick and Jeff Lageman on the Doug Marrone Show, presented by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, on the Jaguars Radio Network.

Big Cat Country: for Jacksonville Jaguars fans
Drunken Jaguar: Beat Indy?

Big Cat Country: for Jacksonville Jaguars fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2020 27:12


With the no. 1 pick (*cough cough* Trevor Lawrence) clinched, the Jaguars have a chance to go out and bookend the season with victories against the Indianapolis Colts. Too bad half the team is on IR, Doug Marrone is still speaking Tank-ese, and James Robinson is benched with no chance to break an NFL record (!). Assed (@thatyoungassed) and Bentley (@waldbrown) gauge our shot against the Colts, plus debate the philosophy behind the NFL's draft ordering. Follow the Drunken Jaguar on Twitter at @junkendraguar. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Go Long with Dunne & Monos
Episode 3: January Football!

Go Long with Dunne & Monos

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2020 85:31


Just like that, there are two weeks left in the regular season. In this week's Go Long Podcast, Tyler Dunne and Jim Monos break down how incredible Brian Daboll has been as the Bills' OC and how tough it'd be to replace him, compare Lamar Jackson vs. Josh Allen and dissect the value of a punishing rushing attack this time of year for all prolific offenses. Also, did you know Bruce Allen told the Bills that Sean McVay wasn't quite ready to be a head coach? Both Monos and Doug Whaley share their memories from multiple head-coaching searches. (Frank Reich's interview was emotional.) And January football includes this massive question, too: Should the Jaguars' owner step in to make sure his team tanks to secure Trevor Lawrence with the No. 1 pick? Whaley breaks down exactly how he'd handle that delicate situation... and what may be going through Doug Marrone's head right now. Stick around for some beer talk at the end with Hamburg Brewery's John Russo Jr., too!   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Kreckman & Lindahl
Kreckman & Lindahl Hour Four 12/21/20

Kreckman & Lindahl

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2020 45:37


0:00 Justin Simmons and Bradley Chubb make their first Pro Bowl. 12:40 A caller on the No-Huddle Postgame Show following the Broncos loss to the Bills called for the return of Tim Tebow. 22:50 The High Five: Vic Fangio is not optimistic that Von Miller will play this season, Bradley Chubb will be going to his first Pro Bowl, Doug Marrone says the Jaguars are still trying to win, the Panthers fire GM Marty Hurney, and some injury updates before Steelers/Bengals on MNF. 35:00 Skrewball of the Day

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent
Doug Marrone Show: Thursday, December 17

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 60:03


Head Coach Doug Marrone discusses the Week 15 matchup with the Ravens with J.P. Shadrick and Jeff Lageman on the Doug Marrone Show, presented by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles on the Jaguars Radio Network.

Action Sports Jax On ESPN690
12-15-20 HOUR 1 - Lamar Jackson - Doug Marrone

Action Sports Jax On ESPN690

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 42:49


Brent and Austen break down Lamar Jackson's comeback! and talk about the Doug Morrone Rumors.

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent
Jags Drive Time: Friday, December 11

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2020 36:56


Head coach Doug Marrone joins JP Shadrick, John Oehser and Brian Sexton for Coffee with the Coach plus Big Things, He Will, He Won't, He Might and more!

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent
Doug Marrone Show: Thursday, December 10

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 59:33


Head Coach Doug Marrone joins J.P. Shadrick and Jeff Lageman on the Doug Marrone Show, presented by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent
Doug Marrone Show: Thursday, December 3

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 59:48


Head Coach Doug Marrone looks ahead to the Week 13 game against the Vikings on the Doug Marrone Show, presented by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent
Jags Drive Time: Friday, November 27

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2020 31:28


Head coach Doug Marrone joins Ashlyn, John and Brian for Coffee with the Coach plus Big Things, He Will, He Won't, He Might and more!

Locked On Jaguars - Daily Podcast On The Jacksonville Jaguars
Doug Marrone almost sounded like Prince "let's go crazy", suggesting he'd try crazy S@**

Locked On Jaguars - Daily Podcast On The Jacksonville Jaguars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 27:52


The Jaguars are in abye week and Doug Marrone used the word crazy and an expletive twice. Desperate times for a desperate team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pardon My Take
Kevin Bacon, Jags Coach Doug Marrone, And Media Trades

Pardon My Take

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2020 105:33


We have a media trade in the works. Al Michaels to ESPN for a player to be named later. What would happen if we could trade everyone in the media? (3:27 - 9:28) Eli Manning in Chicago? (9:28 -16:07) Tom Brady update (16:07 - 21:09). Fyre Fest of the Week (21:09 - 29:19). Actor and now podcaster Kevin Bacon joins the show to talk about his new show, his career, the one time someone wasn't pumped to meet Kevin Bacon and more (29:19 - 56:40). Jaguars coach Doug Marrone joins the show to talk about a tough 2019 year, fighting for his job, and the Astros robbing his Yankees of a title (56:40 - 90:12). Segments include coronavirus update, spinzone for Bill Clinton, a dramatic reading of Lebron James Instagram caption and FAQ's.