Kylor, Jamie and Matt are confident that SIU may be the team to beat in the FCS. Who is targeting a seed and who's playoff hopes are dying? Listen and watch now to hear the answers! We are an affiliate of the FCS Fans Nation Network. All the videos, songs, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them. Logo/Art/Graphic Design: The FCS Fans Nation logo and its use is provided courtesy of Lawrence Smith Designs. Intro & Outro Music owned & created by FCS Fans Nation - Garage Band Creation FCS Fans Nation Facebook Page: Follow our pages on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube by searching "FCS Fans Nation" All Rights Reserved
Lon and Derek talk to Todd Hefferman about Southern Illinois football, who is having a top five season in the FCS. Later, Trevor joins the guys for another edition of Trev's Ticket.
The Villanova football team is now ranked as high as 5th in the country in FCS after a gigantic 28-27 win on the road last weekend at James Madison. The Wildcats overcome an 11 point halftime deficit, shut out the Dukes in the second half, and snapped JMU's 20 game regular season winning streak, their 19 game home winning streak, and a 15 game winning streak against Colonial Athletic Association teams, including the playoffs. The win was sealed when the Wildcats converted a 4th and 1 from their own 29 with less than 2 minutes left. Head coach Mark Ferrante join's Matt Leon to talk about that win, the gutsy decision to go for it on that 4th down, and also take a look ahead at Villanova's next game on Saturday against Albany on the road. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson preview Week 7 of FCS football action, covering Weber State's must-win game against a stout Montana State squad.
• Your specialty is comedy. Yes. You love comedy, I love comedy, but as I was saying before the fore show. I love comedy, but I can't give comedy because there are special people who can do it, and I feel this within my core and that... You're one of those special people and you bring it into the FCS community. And it is amazing. All of things I appreciate that. I just love it. Comedy breaks the ice with anything, any situation, whatever embraces joy because everybody can laugh and should. So I utilize that comedy in the classroom as much as possible, it keeps my kids go and it keeps me going. (5:41)• I like how you said you showed the video because that's something that we talked about in that webinar, where some of the teachers that were present in the webinar, they had said, what if you're just not funny, that's just not something that your gift at then how do you put humor in the classroom... What he said was ingenious, and he said that literally, you use someone else's... Show a YouTube video, or you find something that's funny and then just share it with the kids, you're still incorporating humor, it doesn't have necessarily be your humor, you don't have to be this hilarious person, if you can incorporate it, then that makes it all the better. (8:01)• I literally have this PD called greys teaching anatomy that I do... Yeah, I do something with that. So hilarious, because everybody's all about the whole greys anatomy thing. That's why I use the name because it's something that people would be like, Wait, what? And so what I do is I talk about how, alright, none of us, you know how to do it, right, it is what it is, we all have our good things that we can bring to the table. We all have our little expertise area. So teaching isn't about black and white, it is not black and white in any circumstance, who doesn't right... Who does it wrong? Who does it better? Who does it worse? No, it's not black and white. It is all grey, and that's mixing it all together... Everybody's black and white, if I am the grey, it works best for you and your students. So in that session, we talk about finding your grey. (9:13)• Tell me a little bit about your comedy, What is your comedy style? Because as I said, we... We need to get you out there. Well, I do stand-up comedy and encouragement, so it's clean comedy, a clean comedy set, and then followed up with encouragement. So that's my style, it's like comedy with a message. I literally just find hilarious things in my life and that people are like, Oh my gosh, yes. So I try to make it as relatable as possible as well, because it just makes people be able to connect... (11:53)• You also host your own podcast, which you shared with me prior to recording. Well, my podcast is called 'Leslie said What?' Yes, Leslie said What! And so I'm one of those people, I don't think... Not saying I don't have a filter is the word, but I just basically rip off the band-aid, and just talking about topics and just say what it is, and then most of the time people were like Leslie, she said that? Yep, she did. So 'Leslie said what?', what was just the perfect name for it, because I wanna help people to understand and embrace things, whether it's in the Christian realm and the encouragement realm, whatever anybody needs help with or whatever, instead of just talking around the bush... Let's just hit it head on and say what it is. (18:56)CONNECT WITH BARBARA:• FCS Podcast: https://fcspodcast.com• FCS Tips: https://www.fcstips.com• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConnectFCSed• Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConnectFCSed• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/connectfcsed• Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/connectfcsedCONNECT WITH LESLIE ROB:Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lesliecrobInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/leslierobcomedy/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH72fq_toSBDYb_u59I3OBQ?app=desktopWHEN DOES IT AIR…OCTOBER 13th, 2021
Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson react to South Dakota State losing to Southern Illinois and James Madison losing to Villanova. They also discuss the future FCS landscape for the rest of the season mid-way through the year.
Sam goes through the Top 10-ranked FCS teams and their path to get one of the eight playoff seeds. He dives into resumes, remaining games, how many ranked wins these teams could have, and where they could land in the playoff seeding. How high could a team be seeded if they win out? Or if a team drops a game, how far could they fall?The podcast is presented by HERO Sports and BetMGM.Visit https://herosports.com/ for FCS coverage and https://sports.betmgm.com/en/sports for FCS betting odds.
Segment 1 - Randy Sanders Buccaneers took care of business again Saturday to tie their best start in school history, is their resume the best in the FCS? Segment 2 (40:00) - Recapping an important weekend of Southern Conference Football Segment 3 (1:01:00) - ETSU Women's Basketball Head Coach Simon Harris details a wild six months and the first two weeks of practice with the Blue & Gold's season less than a month away Segment 4 (1:14:30) - Bold Predictions Recap
• I just wanted to take a minute and share the last few episodes have been incredible, listening to Kevin Reese Sr talk about his award and all the major happenings at New Bern High School in North Carolina, along with the tech twins who are business and marketing and educators who have turned entrepreneurs. They have a lot of great things going on, then we did a deep dive into the rich history of Ellen Swallow Richards, our foundation for family and consumer sciences education. I am so grateful for the knowledge from Joyce Miles. We then listened to Rachel Grabowski chat about Special Education in the Gen Ed classroom in episode 67. Rachel shares many amazing tools, tips and tricks that she's giving us to better meet the needs to all of our students, regardless of abilities. Then finally, Chelsey Farias, who happens to be my co-teacher who I share a classroom with during first period and second period. Chelsey talked about being a new teacher, and building cultural opportunities in the FCS classroom. For those of you who have listened to episode 66 and hearing her excitement and enthusiasm for starting off the new school year, let me just tell you, she is thriving and she's doing amazing work. I am so grateful to be able to partner with her and watch her flourish as a new teacher (00:31)• I'm teaching interior design 1 & 2, financial literacy and maybe mental health and counseling sometimes this school year, but I just came up with PBL assignment on the fly the other day. For those of us who are not educators or not familiar with certain acronyms within the education field, PBL stands for 'project-based learning'. This is a hands-on activity for students to engage in for my interior design class, as we're just finishing up our principles and elements of design unit. I've gone and turn this activity into a interactive lap book. It's interactive, not digital. We love our digital interactive notebooks, but no, this is an actual hands-on book that students are creating, and I'm really excited to see what student's create. I will share this assignment on my website where you'll be able to download from free. I want you to use it, so if you have interior design and you're looking for an activity that meets standard and content along with buying you a little more time for a reprieve...Well, I got the stuff for you (2:26)• Students are given a manila folder that you would have for your file cabinet, students are then instructed to fold it into thirds, so it becomes a mini presentation board for them. On the front for the title, I'm just gonna walk you through this assignment, so you have your front cover, so the book is folded and closed up with that title showing. For the title, students will write "what are the elements and principles of design" including their first and last name, and of course, what class period they're in. They have to include pictures of those elements of design that represents space, color, shape, form, value, texture and line, so students can draw a trace, use magazine cut-outs in. Or, if they have a colored printer at home or something, they can print those images out and I put that down as 10 points, then the title is done and they get to color it and make it as creative as possible. (3:39)• Students will be focusing on the Elements of Design: color, value, form, value, texture, and shape. Students are including the definition and what are four benefits to each of those design elements. For example, when it comes to color, what are four benefits to color? 1. You are able to change the mood of a room... Great, there's a benefit. What's another benefit to color? 2. Color can also help reduce stress and anxiety, 3. Color can improve your sleep, and 4. it could improve focus. These are all areas of how various color can impact good design, so they're writing that down and then they include a picture of the color wheel where they draw or something along those lines, and have some sort of interactive 3-d element jumping out at us when we're looking at it, then finally on the inside right side panel of their presentation folder, they will focus on line and texture, and again, they're always including that definition first of what line is... Or texture, or any of those elements, they're including the definition first and then moving on to adding the four benefits to each of those designs. (7:06)• My students are also lacking on their digital interactive notebooks... I love the digital interactive notebook as a teaching tool and pacer and I love but students are struggling staying engaged so, I'm trying to apply the hands-on projects and not making the digital interactive notebooks count so much, because I noticed within the last few weeks as we wrapped up our color theory unit, when we were doing our water coloring and creating their own color wheels and drawing, everyone was so relaxed. Students loved it. I was able to put them in pods where they were working together, and students who don't normally ever even talk to one another, all of a sudden, this lively conversation came about so organic and natural. It was amazing. And so that's what I'm trying to re-create but staying safe as we are still observing covid protocols. So, we start off doing individual work with our digital interactive notebooks, and then we come together for a big project, and then quiz. (9:04)CONNECT WITH BARBARA:• FCS Podcast: https://fcspodcast.com• FCS Tips: https://www.fcstips.com• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConnectFCSed• Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConnectFCSed• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/connectfcsed• Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/connectfcsedWHEN DOES IT AIR…OCTOBER 6th, 2021
John Canzano talks with Portland State Vikings head coach, Bruce Barnum following their win against Southern Utah and looking ahead to a big match-up with Idaho. Canzano asks Barnum what went right for his team in the win against Southern Utah, what did the team do during their pitstop in Las Vegas on the road, who is Seth Vernon the punter and how good is he to be ranked top-3 in all of FCS currently, what is he seeing on film when looking at Idaho, how disruptive is it to lose your play-caller on offense or defense, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
Check out this week's podcast episode with Jesse Grund! Jesse A Grund is the owner of Unconventional Strength in Orlando, FL. He has over 10 years of experience in the industry. He is also the Performance Director of Orlando Body Therapy, as well as an educator for TRX Training. Jesse's passion is simple: coach men and women to their optimum potential and to places they never expected they could take their body. He proudly coaches everyone from stay at home Moms to World Champion Athletes with the same mantra of “Move well. Move strong. Move often. Thrive!” Jesses professional accolades include: Certified Strength Coach (NCSF CSC) NCSF CPT,NASM PES, NASM CES, NASM FNS Gray Institute Functional Movement Scientist, TRX Instructor Candidate Onnit Academy Battle Rope Conditioning Specialist, Stick Mobility Coach FRCms, Kinstretch Certified Instructor, FMS, FCS, Fascial Stretch Practitioner. In this podcast we discuss: 00:00 - Intro 01:22 - What is mobility? 01:54 - How does mobility differ from stability? 03:58 - Integrating mobility and S&C for high school athletics 08:39 - Traditional S&C for sports performance 11:15 - Velocity based training 13:13 - Training with footwear vs. barefoot 22:11 - Injury mitigation for athletes 29:33 - Become a functional mover 32:15 - Expanding your movement acumen 38:04 - Adding mobility/stability work to your programming 42:52 - Strength, mobility, and movement without limits 45:03 - A-ha moments with the Stick Mobility System 51:29 - The 3 priorities 55:03 - Dogma within the coaching sphere More from Jesse: www.instagram.com/unconventional_strength https://www.unconstrength.com/
The teams most consider to be title contenders survived by the skin of their teeth this week! It was slugfests and close calls as we witnessed some epic matchups, to include Montana at EWU. The FCS Fans Nation podcast dissects it all and looks forward to another upcoming week of FCS football! We are an affiliate of the FCS Fans Nation Network. All the videos, songs, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them. Logo/Art/Graphic Design: The FCS Fans Nation logo and its use is provided courtesy of Lawrence Smith Designs. Intro & Outro Music owned & created by FCS Fans Nation - Garage Band Creation Join the action on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & YouTube pages by searching "FCS Fans Nation" All Rights Reserved
This week the lads are back and we talk what football culture is like at a non-football school, why FCS football is great, the craziest college mascots, the Razorbacks breaking into the top 10, Colonel Sanders and where he really got that bag, who Hogg would let kidnap his children, and Hmmx closes it out with real talk about this one weird trick to reach your HIGHEST potential. Can't miss. Panelists: Hmmx, Trace, HoggFollow @redactedradio_ on Instagram and TwitterLeave a voicemail (225) 800-2415 or email email@example.com
Chattanooga Mocs offensive lineman McClendon Curtis is a lot of things. He's an enormous presence on and off the field. He joins host Chris Goforth on this week's episode of Mocs on the Mic presented by SmartBank. Curtis is an NFL prospect and one of the top offensive linemen in FCS football. He's also a great student – Dean's List, Grad Student & Tutor in Student Support Services. McClendon is a Chattanooga native and all-around good guy. On top of all that, he was just named to a select NCAA appointment as one of three FCS student-athletes on a 12-man committee. Tickets are on sale to cheer on McClendon and the Mocs each week at GoMocs.com. Tune in each week to Mocs on the Mic as we highlight our teams as they compete for conference championships.
The biggest hacks in FCS Football bring you a preview for Week 5 of FCS action. They preview the huge matchup between Montana and Eastern Washington on ESPN2, as well as an in-state rivalry between North Dakota and North Dakota State.
Alex Donno and Larry Blustein looked back at the 69-0 win over Central Connecticut and how much we can take from that into ACC Play. The Canes face UVA on Thursday Night in Miami's ACC opener. Blu and Donno go over the keys to victory. Plus, the guys respond to Dick Vitale's criticism of Miami playing an FCS opponent.
Orange Bowl BoysS4 E9: Get Over The HorseShow NotesWe did a quick recap of the CCSU game and gave our thoughts. You have to take that game with a big grain of salt due to them being FCS, but at least the team looked good and the kids had something positive to reflect on as we head into ACC play tomorrow night versus Virginia. Banged out some picks and welcomed a new sponsor!You can find us on all social platforms under the handle: @orangebowlboysSponsors: Ed Morse Automotive Group, BeatinTheBookie.com, Caneswear & DraftKingsOrange Bowl Boys are owned and produced by OBB Media Inc. You can visit us online at www.obbmediainc.com. Copyright 2021.
Sam highlights some teams with impressive wins this last weekend and shakes his head about a blowout loss. He ponders how high of a seed UC Davis can get. And he breaks down some big-time matchups, including Montana at EWU and NDSU at UND.The podcast is presented by HERO Sports and BetMGM.Visit https://herosports.com/ for FCS coverage and https://sports.betmgm.com/en/sports for FCS odds.
Welcome back! This will be the last episode of unorthodox podcast episode releases as we wrap up the 2021 IAC Nationals. This Nationals had its ups and downs but there were lots of positive takeaways. We talk about our first annual FCS title belt winner, Emerson Beinhauer, the situation with Britt Lincoln, AJ Wilder and so much more! Check out www.liftaviationusa.com and use the promo code FLYCOOLSHIT at checkout for 15% off most items.
East Carolina got down 14-0 early, responded with a vengeance with 31 unanswered, and then held on for dear life with a narrow 31-28 victory over FCS foe Charleston Southern on Saturday night inside Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. Hoist The Colours host Stephen Igoe breaks down the win, what to make of the close contest, and discusses the ongoing offensive inconsistency coming out of the game. Rate and subscribe to Hoist the Colours on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google podcasts. Host: Stephen Igoe This is a podcast centered around East Carolina athletics and recruiting, hosted by Hoist The Colours publisher Stephen Igoe, bringing you game reactions, in-depth analysis, and breaking recruiting news. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kylor and Matt operate as a duo to break down some interesting Week 4 results in the FCS. They also look forward to two mega matchups between the Hawks and Bison; and EWU vs Montana. We are an affiliate of the FCS Fans Nation Network. Subscribe now! All the videos, songs, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them. Logo/Art/Graphic Design: The FCS Fans Nation logo and its use is provided courtesy of Lawrence Smith Designs. Intro & Outro Music owned & created by FCS Fans Nation - Garage Band Creation Follow our pages on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube by searching FCS Fans Nation All Rights Reserved
The Miami Hurricanes cruised to a comfortable 69-0 win over FCS opponent Central Connecticut State on Saturday afternoon. CCSU was certainly an overmatched opponent, but there was plenty to take away from the game. The main takeaway? The freshmen had an opportunity to show what they can do and they made plays. Freshman quarterbacks Tyler Van Dyke and Jake Garcia were both steady with distributing the ball. All three of UM's freshman receivers generated impressive touchdowns. Safety James Williams made his first start and earned UM's only turnover. Check out the latest podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Washington got their first win of the season last weekend when they blew out Arkansas State 52-3 at Husky Stadium. Today, they kickoff conference play with a game against Cal, a team that has had their number of the past several seasons. From 2019's "Lightning Game" to Marshawn Lynch and his post-game ride on a cart to "God's Play", the Huskies and Golden Bears have had some doosies over the years. Both teams head into the game with 1-2 records although Cal's 1-2 looks a little bit better than Washington's, considering the Huskies lost to an FCS opponent and were blown out by Michigan while Cal lost a close road game to TCU and suffered a tough, opening week loss to Nevada at home. As Jimmy Lake has said many times, Washington's goals are still within reach as there is still a lot of football left to be played, but the sense of urgency needs to be there for the players. Will John Donovan call plays that can exploit some of Cal's defensive deficiencies? Can the Huskies get their running game going while still pushing the ball down the field to big-play receivers like Terrell Bynum and Jalen McMillan? Do the Huskies have a plan to keep Cal quarterback Chase Garbers in the pocket and can they shut down a strong running game that is led by Damien Moore and Chris Brooks? A matchup to watch is Washington's talented secondary and the Cal receiver group led by Nikko Remigio and Trevon Clark as well as tight end Jake Tonges. Dawgman's Scott Eklund, Chris Fetters and Kim Grinolds talk about some of the top matchups they will be keeping an eye on tonight, some of the keys to the game and also discuss some recruiting as well as their impressions from new Pac 12 Commissioner George Kliavkoff's meeting with the local press at Montlake on Friday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Penn State has the perfect letdown situation in Week 4 with a noon kickoff against Villanova, a solid FCS program, but don't expect the Nittany Lions to have too much trouble against the Wildcats. FOLLOW, RATE, AND REVIEW! New episodes Locked On Nittany Lions post live beginning at 12:00 AM ET and can be accessed on all major podcasting platforms. Follow today to never miss a single episode, and go back and listen to previous shows! Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Overcast | Himalaya | Audacy All episodes of the Locked On Nittany Lions Podcast are now available in video format on our YouTube channel! Like and subscribe on YouTube and hit the notification bell to be notified of new videos as they are made available! STAY SOCIALLY CONNECTED
One of the more painful losses in recent Hokies history, Virginia Tech now moves to 2-1 on the season. Justin and Tim recap all of the action from week 3, and discuss the lack of red zone efficiency that led to the Hokies coming up short against the Mountaineers. They also jump around the ACC and look at some of the league's biggest games, injuries and more. Justin and Tim preview Virginia Tech's week 4 match-up against Richmond. Although the Spiders are an FCS opponent, they still have a solid football team with size that you'd expect to see at the FBS level. They discuss the keys to the game for the Hokies to come out on top and head into October with a 3-1 record, which most Hokies fans would have taken coming into the season. They also bring you their week 4 picks in the betting lines segment, featuring the top 6 games in the ACC and two wildcard match-ups to keep an eye on. There are some huge games in the ACC this week, and none bigger than Clemson on the road at NC State. Can the Wolfpack pull the upset? Justin and Tim discuss all that and more on this week's episode of Chowder and Grits – The Podcast for Virginia Tech and ACC Sports!
Crock and Ryan are back and joined by Foxsports Rob Rang to discuss why North Dakota State is an FCS power house, Texas A&M vs Arkansas showdown and prospects to watch in that game. As well talk about Justin Fields and and other rookies around the NFL. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline 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. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Manscaped Fellas, don't gamble on shaving your balls with the wrong tools! Choose MANSCAPED™, Your Balls Will Thank You™! Get 20% off + free shipping with the code LOCKEDON at manscaped.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sam discusses Austin Peay heading to the ASUN Conference. He also talks about the fallout of James Madison winning decisively at Weber State, which ranked teams are too high and too low, and how big the Sam Houston-Central Arkansas result will be.The podcast is presented by HERO Sports and BetMGM.Visit https://herosports.com/ for FCS coverage and https://sports.betmgm.com/en/sports for FCS odds.
The Miami Hurricanes will take on FCS opponent Central Connecticut State this week. Instead of breaking down what should be a comfortable win for the Hurricanes, we turn the discussion to recruiting and talk big picture as we break down where things might have gone wrong in the Manny Diaz era and what traits matter most in the head coach at UM. Should Miami start looking at play ‘B' type of recruits? Who are some players in the state of Florida UM might want to look at now? What are our thoughts on this Miami class overall? In the second half of the show, we share our thoughts on the Manny Diaz era and where some of the breakdowns might be happening for that regime. We also share what type of coach might work best at UM and throw out some names that intrigue us most. Andrew Ivins of 247Sports joins David Lake and Gaby Urrutia to share his thoughts on all the topics. Check out the latest podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Last year, Texas was a 17-point favorite at Texas Tech in both teams' Big 12 opener, and the Longhorns needed minor miracles to overcome a 15-point deficit in the last 3:13 to escape Lubbock with a 63-56 overtime victory. Joining us this week on The Flagship Podcast to preview the 2021 Big 12 opener between the Longhorns and Red Raiders is Jarret Johnson, publisher of InsideTheRedRaiders.com, who said Tech coach Matt Wells "mentions that game against Texas last year a lot" to his team. Gone is Tech quarterback Alan Bowman - replaced by 6-foot-5, 230-pound Oregon transfer Tyler Shough. Johnson explains why Shough is off to an up-and-down start for the Red Raiders. Tech running back SaRodorick Thompson, who ripped off a 75-yard touchdown run against Texas last season, is returning from injury. But Johnson tells you why Tech hasn't missed Thompson thanks to freshman running back Tahj Brooks, who is averaging 8.1 yards per carry. Johnson talks about how Tech's 6-foot-3, 220-pound sophomore receiver Erik Ezukanma, who had seven catches for 91 yards and a touchdown against Texas last season, has only gotten better. Tech is 3-0 after victories against Houston, Stephen F. Austin and Florida International and trailed early in all three games. The Red Raiders needed a fourth-and-goal pass breakup on the last play of he game against FCS opponent SFA to hold on to a 28-22 victory. Johnson says because of the competition, it's hard to tell just how strong Tech's 3-0 start really is. Johnson also says Tech's offensive line has been inconsistent and really struggled against SFA. Johnson talks about the Tech defense, which he says has a strong front seven and has been stout against the run but might be vulnerable in the secondary. Johnson tells you how Tech coach Matt Wells, who found linebacker Colin Schooler (brother of Texas safety Brenden Schooler) in the transfer portal last year, went to the transfer portal again in 2021 and found gold (in addition to QB Shough). Johnson also talks about Wells' job security after going 4-8 and 4-6 in his first two seasons in Lubbock. How do Tech fans view Texas now that the Longhorns have said they're leaving the Big 12 for the Southeastern Conference? Johnson tells you and gives you his prediction for how Saturday's game at 11 am CT (on ABC) at Royal-Memorial Stadium plays out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
John DiCarlo, Sam Cohn and Dante Collinelli dissect Temple's 28-3 loss to Boston College, preview the Owls' upcoming game against FCS opponent Wagner, and ponder this question: can Temple get this 2021 football season turned around after a 1-2 start? Plus, we have some updates on Temple's search for a new athletic director and answers to your mailbag questions.
El Pres, Big Cat & Rico Bosco are back for another week of picks. Hot off a Pick Em Parlay win this weekend, Rico was "mopey" for some reason. We introduced Angelina, our new FCS specialist to the podcast and Jersey Jerry made an urgent call to Big Cat.
We break down JMU dominating Weber State and Brian McLaughlin joins us to break it down further and as a bye week special discusses the FCS as a whole! This is a long one for sure, but definitely worth it! Be sure to follow Brian on Twitter, @BrianMacWriter to keep up with everything FCS and all his happenings. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods are in studio breaking down what was an extremely rough Saturday night for the Pac-12, with the Pac-12 South losing all five of its out of conference games, dropping the conferences OOC record to a putrid 23-27. The Conference of Champions only has one undefeated team remaining heading into the meat of conference play, the Oregon Ducks. As our friend Jon Wilner pointed out, the Pac-12 has lost to 6 Power Five opponents, 5 Mountain West teams, 3 times to BYU alone plus two FCS opponents (and a partridge in a pear tree). The guys talk about the disappointing end to the Pac-12's weekend, some shakeup at quarterback for several schools and of course they look ahead to week 4 and make their picks against the spread. And as always they spend time answering all of the questions the listeners manage to send in, including text messages and voicemails! Don't forget to make your POC Survivor Pool picks this week at this link. Please subscribe, give the POC a five-star rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts! The best five-star review each week will win a $100 gift card from Jockey! Sound off about Pac-12 football in our Podcast of Champions Reddit page! Send us a text or leave us a voicemail by texting or calling (424) 532-0678 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the fourth week of Mountain West play. The games are starting to feature league matchups with a pair of conference games this week with Fresno State vs. UNLV and Boise State taking on Utah State. The whole slate has a mixture of very winnable games vs. FCS teams, a likely blowout against a top 10 team, and a few interesting games like Air Force vs. Florida Atlantic, New Mexico vs. UTEP and San Jose State vs. Western Michigan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson recap the action from Week 3 of FCS football by breaking down JMU's win over Weber State, Eastern Washington's shootout victory over Western Illinois, and more.
On Monday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses the Ducks & Beavers beating FCS teams while the rest of the Pac-12 crumbles, the Chargers give one away, Chargers beat reporter Daniel Popper of The Athletic on the loss to Dallas, James and Brian are both Losers at the Window, Oregon is the Pac-12's only CFP hope already, which Pac-12 head coaches could actually land another Power 5 job? and the latest from the Ducks and Beavers entering Pac-12 play
Ok, it's week 3... so who is the #1 team in the FCS? Kylor, Matt and Jamie tell you who and so much more in this Top Team Heavy podcast! We are an affiliate of the FCS Fans Nation Network. Watch and Subscribe now! All the videos, songs, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them. Logo/Art/Graphic Design: The FCS Fans Nation logo and its use is provided courtesy of Lawrence Smith Designs. Intro & Outro Music owned & created by FCS Fans Nation - Garage Band Creation All Rights Reserved
Welcome back!!! Happy 1 year anniversary for FCS!!!! Even though we missed last weeks episode, we intend to make up for it by covering Nationals daily, so buckle up buttercups! Between Jeff's family vacation, and Mark's family vacation, today was the first day we could actually connect and record, and boy did the first day of 2021 IAC Nationals not disappoint! Unlimited opened the contest with the known, and Rob Holland crushing it to a first place finish. We talk about the finishes, how we thought everyone did, and what to expect for the free and unknown out of unlimited. We address a few who we thought were going to be there but didn't show up, and some that we were almost certain not to show, that showed! We didn't address intermediate yet but we will cover that on episode 53. Support your IAC by joining here: https://www.iac.orgBuy our merch! https://www.flycoolshit.com/merchSupport LIFT Aviation by buying cool stuff and using the promo code FLYCOOLSHIT at checkout! www.liftaviationusa.com
On Friday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James asks why do you or don't you go to FCS games? Auburn beat reporter Tom Green of AL.com previews Saturday's game at Penn State, the SEC West could be back and Alabama could still be way better than the pack, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune recaps the loss to BYU and previews the Utes' trip to San Diego State, previewing Ducks and Beavers games and Hold All Tickets: our weekly picks
(3:00) Corey brings us hope after researching aftershock of P5 losing to FCS historically (7:00) Deep(ish) dive into Wake; strong LT, good WRs, elite CB, meh run defense (16:00) Who has to carry the day: offense or defense? (24:00) How many sacks for Jermaine? (30:00) When you expect 6-6 is your season really over if you start 0-3? (38:00) Was the Jacksonville St game a fluke (43:00) NLI, use it or lose it -- for real (53:00) What's up with elementary mistakes? (59:00) What's up with the opening drives not being successful? (1:02:00) Chances of an in-season shakeup (1:07:00) An offense for playmakers...sooo, what gives? (1:11:00) Adam Fuller, good dude, but is his fate and legacy sealed after JSU? (1:14:00) Can Mike Norvell lead FSU back to back-to-back 10 wins seasons, former glory? Music: Wu Tang Clan - Method Man Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices