Coming off Chicago's jam-packed (and successful) Sunday of sports, Sid and Lakeena set you up for more to come in this 2CS, including the Sox continuing to stay alive against the Astros and the Bears building confidence against the Raiders. Plus, the latest across the MLB playoffs, the NFL and college football and good news from some favs in sports media. 2:30 - Sox keep their season alive; Recap of wild Rays/Red Sox series. 25:03 - NLDS talk: Can the Braves take control? Will Max Scherzer have a better outing in pivotal game 3 of Giants/Dodgers? 31:50 - NCAAF Week 6 recap: Texas A&M upsets Alabama, Iowa bests Penn State, Big Oklahoma comeback against Texas, Boise State derails BYU's undefeated campaign 54:42 - Bears/Raiders breakdown 1:04:58 - NFL Week 5 talk: Crosby misses FGs but nails one that counts, Lions lose tough one to Vikings, Chargers outlast Browns, Philly upsets Carolina, Buffalo sends a message in KC 1:37:00 - NBA talk: Bulls showing promise, Kyrie has decision to make, Ben Simmons will have to make nice 1:44:14 - ESPN's husband and wife tandem of Jordan and Shae Peppler Cornette named new host of ESPN+'s Sportsnation; Michelle Beadle's back covering her hometown San Antonio Spurs You can catch 2CS each Monday and Friday live from 12 pm to 2 pm on SportsZone Chicago's platforms. Download the SportsZone Chicago app for more information on their programs and where to watch them. Subscribe to WARR on Anchor and follow WARR Media for all the latest on our movement and stay tuned for upcoming episodes and specials from your comrades at WARR. Weareregalradio.com provides the best independent coverage of sports and culture -- feel free to share our content and rate us well here or wherever else you find our podcasts. Thanks for listening. twitter.com/warrmedia facebook.com/regalradio1 instagram.com/warrmedia --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warrmedia/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warrmedia/support
The Lions tearful loss, Trump fears AIDS, Dave Chappelle v. Dear White People, Tom Cruise deep fake v. Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato's podcast, and we talk to an old-timer that knocked out his neighbor.The Detroit Lions are not a very good football team. 0-5 with 2 losses on last second FGs.Saturday was a great college football weekend: Michigan beat Nebraska. MSU rolled on Rutgers. VaTech painfully lost to Notre Dame. Bowling Green lost to Akron. Alabama lost for the first time in god knows when. ITT Tech still is not a real school.Jemele Hill's tweets email Drew every single day.Some parents always believe their kids... even if they're in the second grade in New Jersey.15 Minutes of Shame documents the canceled, but isn't worth watching.Donald Trump is still doing rallies. He's really worried about Haiti AIDS.Shoplifters are stealing all the tampons in NYC.If you have the time, watch Tom Mazawey name all the Detroit Legends on the Woodward Sports set.Don't even think about stepping a foot on Old Man Conrad's grass. He's a 5-time Hall of Famer. Marc stumbles upon some dirt on him and is likely next on Old Man Conrad's punch list.Lions Update: Dan Campbell cried.The latest school shooter had a homecoming party after he shot 4 people. You can donate to the real victim Zacc Selby's GoFundMe here.The Closer: Dear White People's Jaclyn Moore is done with Netflix because of Dave Chappelle's new standup special. Rotten Tomatoes critics still don't like Dave Chappelle.Megan Fox looks dumb.Kim Kardashian hosted SNL.Donna D'Errico's rack is massive leading us to wonder its age.Madonna needs to age more gracefully.Britney Spears got a new dog that will one day be taken away from her. She has a microwave and a Hello Kitty refrigerator in her bathroom.Drew just HAD to listen to Hailey Bieber on Demi Lovato's podcast.Meghan Markle needs a new revenue stream and is starting a beauty line.R. Kelly's courtroom struggles have been great for sales.Jon Gruden was very racist and mean in a 2011 email.A professor at U of M is in trouble after showing students an Academy Award Nominated film without a warning.Jon Vaughn is protesting Dr. Robert Anderson with a hunger strike and sit-in.Jim Kaat is the latest MLB broadcaster to be in trouble. Settle down, Olbermann.Tom Cruise = Norm Macdonald.Justin Bieber was duped by a Tom Cruise deepfake.McKayla Maroney appears to be in a cult.Some people are saying John of God is not a man of God.BranDon recommends Squid Game on Netflix.Turns out Chippendales is a crazier story than we remember.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
The Seahawks suffer a stunning loss to the Titans; their first home opener loss in the past 13 years and now their 3rd straight home loss going back to last season. The Seahawks must regroup and travel to the great lakes state to face the Minnesota Vikings who need to do all they can to avoid a 0-3 start. Injuries are quietly mounting in some key positions but the core is there but could not sustain a drive. Are the Vikings a Titans clone; a strong running game with play-action tendencies to two outstanding WRs? This is the HawksCast.NET Podcast. Topic #1 Did Seattle's explosive plays hurt themselves more than the Titans? Topic #2 What is most likely to get fixed? What's least likely? Penalties, Offensive Consistency, or Defensive Consistency? Topic #3 Hawks Cast Corner - Is Adams the Russ of the DEF? A guy so unique that you don't know how to use him? Topic #4 Minnesota Vikings - The Vikings are 2 FGs away from being 2-0? Should the Seahawks be worried? Predictions Final Score Seahawks @ Vikings Over/Under 15.5 Touches Chris Carson Over/Under 23.5 Touches Dalvin Cook Over/Under 2.5 TE Targets More Rec Yards Lockett/Metcalf vs. Jefferson/Thielen More Sacks DL/LB/Adams More Attempts Pass/Rush www.hawkscast.net/ www.twitter.com/SeahawksPodcast www.twitter.com/SeahawksForum
-Connor Culp missed another 2 FGs and got pulled for Kellen Meyer, who then got his first XP blocked and returned for 2 points and a 7 point lead for Oklahoma -You feel good about being able to be in close games, but then you realize you can't count on your kicker. How do you […]
Week 2 got off to an exciting start last night with another game winning field goal to end the Thursday night game. This time, it was by Dustin Hopkins (who gets an extra 3 clutch points for his Dynasty Owners with that kick). His 43 yard FG with no time remaining in regulation gave the Washington Football Team a 30-29 victory over the New York Giants. Two weeks and two game winning FGs on Thursday night plus the wild ending to Monday Night Football. Quite the start to the 2021 season!I doubt that anyone could have predicted those cliffhanger results and that our Dynasty Owner Match-up of the Week for Week 1 would come down to a clutch FG in the fourth quarter of the Monday Night Football game. That's what makes the NFL and fantasy football so much fun (at least if you team wins). Unlike those games, I won't make you wait until the end of this article to find out how my recommendations fared and who I'm recommending this week.-------------------------------------------------------What is Dynasty Owner? Dynasty Owner is not your average fantasy football. You may have your DraftKings and Fanduels of the world but we are year-round and put you right in the seat of the Owner, Coach, and GM. Fantasy footballers all over have been wanting a game like this and you may have even heard our name from Christopher Harris or even the Dynasty Nerds podcast.We use real NFL contracts and salaries in our game so when something changes here in the real world it affects your team for the year. With a challenge of the salary cap and keeping your team under it, you get the feeling of what it's like to run a business and see your team get rewarded when they win.Learn more today at www.dynastyowner.com and come see what we are all about.-------------------------------------------------------Connect with Dynasty Owner:Visit us on the web -- https://www.dynastyowner.comFollow us on Twitter -- @Dynasty_OwnerFollow on Facebook - www.facebook.com/DynastyOwnerFantasySports
Jalen Hurts led the Philadelphia Eagles to a 32-6 victory in Week 1 of the NFL season over the Atlanta Falcons. Nick Sirianni got his first win as an NFL Head Coach. The Pittsburgh Steelers upset the Buffalo Bills and the Arizona Cardinals upset the Tennessee Titans in other games around the NFL. Join Thomas Arnone, Nick DelGozzo, and Brian Wilson as the guys break down Sunday's Eagles-Falcons game. The Eagles holding the Falcons to FGs early set the tone for the game. Join the guys and discuss if you Agree or Disagree with that statement. The guys will also discuss the debut of rookie Wide Receiver Devonta Smith who had 6 catches for 71 yards and a touchdown. Jalen Hurts was impressed also on the offensive side of the ball. The guys will give their players of the game. They will also look around the NFL and update on the Sunday night football game between the Chicago Bears and Los Angeles Rams. Finally, the guys will end the show with Crumbs of the Week!
Hosts: TJ & Jason This week on the show: Segment One: It's Nostalgia Week on the show as Jason beats his first video game in ages and TJ embraces the dark side with his new hobby of destroying people's Ebay hopes and dreams. And a look back at old school Transformers G1 figures. Segment Two: It's a battle royale this week with the FGS winner. HOT TAKES covers the passing of long time Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watt, a review of the new film Don't Breathe 2, a look at the Spider-Man 3: Eff Jason trailer and the latest episode of What if? Segment Three: REDDIT FUN asks “How would you mess with people if you were God?” Plus, won't you please help Bigfoot with Sarah McLachlan? And, Batista and Momoa in a new buddy cop movie? Blasphemy abounds! It's THE QUAD M SHOW!!!
This week on The Groovy Tapes, Michael takes us into the world of fabrics! We learn about where his love for clothes was sparked, and about what keeps him motivated, other than the genuine love for it. Who do you think has the best FGS collection? The Groovy Tapes is an entertainment podcast from the How Tall Are You production company, brought to you by Corey Springer. Go support cheryblosomsss on Instagram (link down below). Accompanied by Tavares Siva, also known as SouthendSiva, a local musical talent to Seattle, who just dropped his latest project; Groovfrmdasouf, available on all platforms. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/corey042/support
Begoña Vila Costas (Vigo, 1963) es una astrofísica viguesa especializada en el estudio de galaxias espirales. Actualmente reside en Washington DC, donde lidera un equipo compuesto por más de mil personas, y es una de las principales responsables del telescopio espacial James Webb, el que será el sustituto del Hubble. Estudió en la USC y en el Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias entre los años 1981 y 1986, para doctorarse después en el Centro Jodrell Bank para Astrofísicos de la Universidad de Mánchester en 1989. Además, trabajó para la Agencia Espacial Canadiense en el diseño y construcción del Fine Guidance Sensor (FGS), el sensor del famoso telescopio espacial James Webb. El FGS se le entregó a la NASA en 2012, momento en el que decidieron contratarla. Un año después, fue nombrada FGS lead systems engineer, o lo que es lo mismo: la persona de referencia en la toma de decisiones en relación al sensor. También es miembro de la Ecusa-DC, la asociación que engloba a la comunidad científica española de las áreas de Washington DC, Maryland y Virginia. En 2016 recibió de la mano de la NASA la medalla al Logro Público Excepcional (Exceptional Public Achievement). La razón, "los años de logros excepcionales y liderazgo en el diseño, desarrollo y pruebas del FGS". El FGS permitirá analizar exoplanetas y conocer cómo se formaron las primeras estrellas y galaxias tras el Big Bang. El telescopio espacial James Webb tiene las dimensiones de una cancha de tenis, está formado por 18 espejos protegidos por una capa de oro y está preparado para soportar temperaturas de 230 grados bajo cero. Con una resolución y una sensibilidad sin precedentes, su función será la de orbitar alrededor de la Tierra desde una distancia a la que jamás ha llegado la tecnología humana, 1,5 millones de kilómetros, desde donde comenzará una nueva etapa para la investigación espacial.
This week, Matt Densky talks about Hebrews and the truth that Jesus is better than all else. Matt interviews our 3 FGS interns, asking them how they came to know Jesus and how they've found Jesus to be better than all other things.Speaker: Matt Densky
Hosts: TJ, Jason, & Brett This week on the show: Segment One: Brett gets new family tats, TJ makes a HUGE purchase and wants some lost footage of Don Knotts' adult film career. Jason is Jason. Segment Two: Axe wielding Walmart customers are featured on this week's FGS. HOT TAKES covers a review of The Hitman's Bodyguard and The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard. Plus, debunking the myth that sequels are always worse than the original. Also, we take a look at the first two episodes of Disney +;s Loki. Segment Three: REDDIT FUN asks “Which statue would wreak havoc on the world if it came to life?” Also, a major Quad M announcement! 15 stories of destructive awesomeness! It's THE QUAD M SHOW!
This weeks Agenda A recap of FGS steamer hunting in Week 1 of the Euros Quick betting at Ascot, and another Lucky 15 a horses whisker away from a quarter million Another winner in the golf - we look at Variance and ask are we running hot, and if so by how much? Yes Sir I can boogie All night long #bettingat100.1andabove
Hosts: TJ, Brett, & special guest Derek Crabbe This week on the show: Segment One: Brett's grand-puppies are keeping late hours. TJ tries out the “cough button” (Spoiler: It doesn't work). Ballet performances are back for Brett. TJ starts his detox and becomes a Fountain O' Mucus. Segment Two: Tomato thickness and septuagenarian racism is the order of the day in this week's FGS. HOT TAKES covers a review from History of Comics on Film's Derek Crabbe on Justice Society: World War II and the accompanying DC Showcase: Kamandi. The guys also look at Kevin Smith's Masters Of The Universe coming to Netflix. Segment Three: Skeletor joins the guys to provide obscure movie quote in the week's REDDIT FUN. Plus, PICKS O' THE WEEK. it's cleansing and refreshing! It's THE QUAD M SHOW!
Hosts: TJ, Jason, & Brett This week on the show: Segment One: Jason takes a trip and reveals a friend of the show's poor homing skills. Brett gets grand-puppies. TJ unleashes his three part plan for upgrade and conquest. Plus, complaining about lumber prices. Segment Two: Rattlesnakes plus barbecue tongs passes the Brett Test in this wee's FGS. HOT TAKES covers the passing of Digital Underground's Shock G, the Amazon series Invincible and what makes a good adaptation. Plus, Urban Dictionary Definitions. Segment Three: REDDIT FUN asks gamers of larger carriage “What was the line you used to pick up your hot chick?” Never settle for 2nd best. Settle for THE QUAD M SHOW!
Hosts: TJ, Jason, Brandon This week on the show: Segment 1: Brandon joins the guys and discusses movies that Morgan Freeman says “M F'er” in, his stunning legal victory, and money vault swimming physics. Semantic-mania runs wild with Jason. TJ asks an important medical question. Segment 2: FGS and an Arkansas man one upping Florida in post prison release shenanigans. HOT TAKES has a review of Godzilla Vs Kong and a return of THE BRACKET asking “Which evil corporation would you work for?” Segment 3: Watch how one man doesn't even listen to the show while he's on ti. It's THE QUAD M SHOW!
Hosts: TJ & Jason This week on the show: Segment One: Jason gets some trigger time. TJ's sinuses really needs masks to go away. Worst apocalypse ever! Runs into an old friend of the show and valuable lessons have been learned. Vaccination conspiracy theories debunked. Segment Two: Cats are weapons in this week's FGS. HOT TAKES looks at the passing of wrestling promoter Jim Crockett Jr and the WandaVision finale. Jason loves the free B movies on YouTube. A little more Star Trek follow up and TJ is pleased of the (current non-exclusivity. Segment Three:Cuss words that start with the letter”E”? We find out what exists in this wee's REDDIT FUN. Plus, PICKS O' THE WEEK. 95% effective 60% of the time! It's THE QUAD M SHOW!
The Philadelphia Sixers lose to the Toronto Raptors and it wasn't pretty. The 76ers scored 2 FGs in the last 8+ minutes of play. They went 7+ minutes without any FG at all late down the stretch in the fourth quarter. The Raptors brought interesting looks that confused Joel Embiid all night long. He did a great job of passing out of the double teams, but Tobias Harris, Seth Curry, and others missed wide open looks. Ben Simmons exploded for 28 points on 11 shots with 14 FT attempts, knocking down 10. Let's see how they respond on Tuesday in another matchup with the Raptors. Check out my sponsors! DraftKings Code: BRODES Orbit Energy & Power: www.orbitenergy.us or Call (800) 836-3987. Use promo code BRODES to get a deposit bonus up to $1,000! Head to the app NOW to check out all of the other great odds and promotions DraftKings Sportsbook offers! URL Here: See www.draftkings.com/sportsbook for full details.
"Kelly and Murray” is a college football, NFL and college basketball sports betting podcast with the Westgate SuperBook’s John Murray and Bleacher Report’s Kelly Stewart. The show provides behind-the counter information, sharp bets, game previews, weekend recaps and stories from Las Vegas. Kelly apologizes to John Murray and the listeners for having too much fun on Super Bowl Sunday at the SuperBook (Maria and Chana did an awesome job in the Clubhouse) (1:23-6:28), Kelly cashed several tickets during the game, but missed two winners from John Murray because she was at dinner (6:29-7:57), Super Bowl recap: Chiefs coaching staff outclassed, Mahomes injured and running for his life, Buccaneers TD before Halftime, Buccaneers' defensive performance, and John Murray somehow did not cash his more TDs than FGs ticket (7:58-14:08), SuperBook Results: Prop winners on Chiefs (No TD Scored, No Rush TD, No 1H Rush TD, and Buccaneers rushing yards > Chiefs rushing yards) and on Bucs (Tom Brady MVP), Should Brady have won MVP, 10 cent split attracted big bets on the Chiefs that they were looking for, Huge win for the book on the under, and Handle numbers were positive despite COVID-19 Pandemic (14:09-23:17), Big Future Bets already coming in at the SuperBook (23:18-25:43), B/R Betting Instagram comment section (25:43-27:49), Mailbag: MLB season win totals and HR player props, Will SuperContest be nationwide with the Westgate expanding into more states, NFL sims during the off-season, Casino staff members, Super Bowl streaker, and what markets do the public move (27:50-40:29), Westgate is expanding and hiring (40:30-42:53), Concerns about March Madness (42:54-46:34), UFC 258 Preview: Usman/Burns & Grasso/Barber (46:35-48:04) SUBSCRIBE! “Kelly and Murray” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @kellymurrayshow @kellyinvegas @vegasmurray
In this week's episode, Jeremy and Cousin BigThad are joined by Cousin Rich McLeod of the “Guys Unpacked Podcast”. They recap Super Bowl LV, Brett Favre, QBs on the move, and the Cowboys hype video. They also discuss the NBA All-Star weekend proposal, Utah Jazz, and LeBron passing Wilt Chamberlain in total FGs made. They reveal their Champ and Chump of the Week. For the “Sports Free Zone”, they discuss The Weeknd's Super Bowl Halftime Show and Gorilla Glue Woman. They then wrap up the show with Part 2 of Black History in Sports. Chapters 0:00 - Introduction 8:15 - NFL News 47:30 - NBA News 1:02:50 - Quick Hitters 1:07:30 - Champ & Chump of the Week 1:15:35 - Sports Free Zone 1:41:20 - Black History In Sports (Pt. 2) 1:46:55 - Shoutouts, & Sign-off Follow Jeremy & Matthew on Twitter. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-sports-reality-pod/message
Rockets six-game winning streak comes to a screeching halt in OKC 104-87. John Wall was sitting out due to maintenance. Houston falls to 2-6 without him. They’re 8-4 with him. A game after a franchise-best 28 threes they hit 12. They also followed their season-high 133 Monday with the season-low 87 Wednesday. Eric Gordon 22 and Victor Oladipo 19. Christian Wood an uncharacteristic 8 points and 6 boards. Spurs cap the homestand with a 111-108 win over a bad Minnesota team. SA had to rally with a 30-11 run the last four minutes. Lamarcus Aldridge and Rudy Gay were out with hip injuries.DeMar Derozen had 30 points. I-10 rivalry with the Spurs and Rockets in Houston Saturday. Mavericks get back in the win column, 122-116 in Atlanta. Dallas breaks its six-game losing streak. Luka 27p 14a. KP 24 and 11. His tip-in iced it with 32 seconds left. Tonight Mavs have a national TV tilt with the Warriors to start a long homestand. National Signing Day. Most top recruits had already signed in the December Signing Day. The state’s top recruit , T tommy Brockermeyer is headed to alabama. Twin brother C James is going with him…. Only 4 of the top 10 staying in-state - 3 of those to A&M- LJ Johnson a corner from Cy-Fair, DE Tunmise Adeleye from Katy Thompkins, and DT Shemar Turner out of DeSoto… Longhorns top recruit was Ja’Tavion Sanders. The Steve Sarkisian Magic Dust was sprinkled and the Horns did land the Klein Cain class of ‘22 top RB Jaydon Blue as a commit…. SMU held onto highly touted QB of Parish Episcopal Preston Stone… Overall 28 of the 247 Top 50 left the state. 7 of the top 39 went to Alabama. Two days after moving to their highest ranking since Phi Slamma Jamma #5 Houston gets stunned at East Carolina 82-73. Pirates came in at the bottom of the American. Cougars 8-game winning streak is snapped. They made only 8 of 31 FGs in the second half. DeJohn Jarreau tied his career-high with 25 points in the loss… They’ll take it out on Our Lady of the Lake Saturday … SMU squeaks one out at Tulsa 65-63.. Kendric Davis 22 points and 10 assists for the Mustangs.... TCU’s Jayden LeDee (LETTY) hits the game-winning layup with 2 seconds remaining over Ok St.. Horned Frogs 81-78… . Incarnate Word takes one 67-58 at Lamar in the battle of the Cardinals ….SFA wins at AM-CC 84-75. Cameron Johnson 29 in the win. Lumberjacks now 8-1 in SLC play. 'The Texas Porch' is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, Tune-in, I-Heart and all major podcast outlets. Also at www.thetexasporch.com Subscribe here. Twitter: @TexasPorchPod Facebook: TexasPorchPod
Yesterday, we saw the Packers and Bucs faceoff in a matchup with two teams that had tons of playmakers on both sides of the ball, especially on defense. Are we sure the Seahawks have enough playmakers to make a deep playoff run, granted they ran into a bad matchup with the Rams? Are we sure the Seahawks were good enough to be discussed among the best NFC teams? Michael Bumpus hops into the Sports Pit to discuss what he saw during Championship Weekend, and the latest in the Seahawks OC search. Then, Paul is tired of watching teams kick FGs inside the other team's 10 during a conference championship. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From our Houston office, it’s The Texas Porch Report. Don’t forget the Happy New Year pod with the guys. Here are your Texas sports essentials in four minutes… or so. Texas High School Football 5A title games last night at AT&T Stadium. A pair of blowouts. The Cinderella slipper was yanked off the Crosby Cougars foot (does that metaphor work?). Titletown Aledo Bearcats get their TENTH championship 56-21.. … Denton Ryan wins its second state title, 59-14 over Cedar Park’s Timberwolves. Raiders last title was 2002…. TODAY the longest TXHSFB season ever is wrapped up. What a way to go out The Dodge Bowl. Dad Todd of Austin Westlake against son Riley of Southlake Carroll in the 6A D1 title game. It’s believed to be the only time dad and son have coached against each other in a title game. Dragons looking for their 9th title. Westlake won the D2 title last year…. It’s Houston v Dallas in the D2 title game. Katy Tigers play Cedar Hill. Katy looking for its 9th state title.This is the fourth meeting between these two programs for a state title. Katy won in 2012- The Longhorns won the next two years. Can’t wait. It’s all on fox sports southwest today.. Mavericks had their cracks at it late, but the Bucks win in Milwaukee 112-109. Dallas short-handed again with five regulars still out with Aggie Khris Middleton averaging a career high in points and rebounds. CUSA play -- North Texas blows out visiting UTEP 63-33. Miners had just 11 FGs. Fewest points allowed in Mean Green D1 history.… The game I was on, Rice goes to 4-1 in conference play. They defeat ODU 69-59. Fun game. Owls Quincy Olivari 7 3s in the W…. UTSA falls to 1-4 in conference, 77-66 loss at LA Tech… All the Texas CUSA teams play again today. Texas St. upsets first place Ark-LR 63-59.. Bobcats had a 12-day layoff due to Covid-19.. They run it back today at 4…. UTA won 91-86 against visiting Lousiana. Today A&M hosting 17th-ranked Missouri at Noon on SECN… Game of the day in the B12 has #2 Baylor on the South Plains. ESPN at 3:00. This is the first time they’ve played each other when both the Baptists and the Red Raiders are ranked in the top-15.…. Texas tries to bounce back. They’re huge home favorites vs Kansas St…. Texas Southern hosts Grambling, Prairie View PPD vs Jackson St…. In Southland play, SFA is at Incarnate Word. Cardinals 4 of 5. Lumberjacks have won four in a row. Head coach Kyle Keller celebrating a birthday today. …. HBU goes north to Sam Houston St. on ESPN+. ACU hosts SE LA on Espn+... A&M-CC ppd @ Lamar. Carlos Correa and the Astros are heading to arbitration. They’re $3 Million apart right now. A deal can be struck before then and it usually does. Friday was the deadline for both sides to release their numbers. Correa’s camp wants $12.75M. He killed it in the postseason with 6 HRs and hit .366.. Astros were however to strike deals with Lance McCullers and Aledmys Diaz. Notable birthday in Texas history. 1-16-35 Houston native AJ Foyt turns 85. 1-16-72 The Cowboys beat the Dolphins 24-3 in SB 6 at Tulane Stadium to win their first title. 'The Texas Porch' is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, Tune-in, I-Heart and all major podcast outlets. Also at www.thetexasporch.com Subscribe here. Twitter: @TexasPorchPod Facebook: TexasPorchPod
Hosts: TJ, Jason, & Brett This week on the show: Segment One: Meet the new year, same as the old year. TJ brings some updates to the future of The Quad M Show and interviews and the YouTube page. Jason's vacation involves pain and a not to pleasing MRI. Brett experiences the wonders of COVID testing, quarantine, and bidets. The guys discuss the failed siege on the US Capitol and wacky conspiracy theories abound. Segment Two: The first FGS winner of the year involves Facebook, death threats, but no politics. HOT TAKES brings us the 2020 Celebrity Book Of The Dead (featuring twists, turns, and The Mandela Effect) and the guys review Wonder Woman 1984. Segment Three: Brett loves his Deeply Dapper Beard Oil and makes a plea to Kris McClanahan. TJ is not affected by “gummies”. REDDIT FUN looks at what names they'd have if all celebrities were named like Bill Nye The Science Guy. Welcome to 2020: Part Two! It's THE QUAD M SHOW!
Feel Gooders - as 2020 comes to an end, we're celebrating 1 year of the FGS pod, 50 episodes and 11K downloads! THANK YOU for inviting me into your earbuds every week.In today's very last minisode of 2020, I'm sharing a little recap of the top 5 most popular episodes of the past year.#1 - Ep. 1 | 4 Social Media Marketing Trends That You Should Use In 2020feelgoodsocial.com/episode/1#2 - Ep. 4 | Planning + Creating Awesome Content for Your Brand with Kristin Manskyfeelgoodsocial.com/episode/4#3 - Ep. 33 | My #1 Tip To Improve Your Content + Boost Your Conversions On Instagram (aka The Secret to Storytelling on Social)feelgoodsocial.com/episode/33#4 - Ep. 37 | Multiply Your Content With Post Stacking!feelgoodsocial.com/episode/37#5 - Ep. 20 | Finding Your Brand Voice + Writing Better Instagram Captionsfeelgoodsocial.com/episode/20---What's YOUR favorite episode of the Feel Good Social Podcast? Hit me up in the DMs on Instagram at @feelgoodsocial - and let me know! I'd love to hear from YOU!
OFN host Greg DePalma and Alain Poupart of Maven/SI’s AllDolphins examine the Miami Dolphins‘ huge road victory over the Arizona Cardinals, keyed by QB Tua Tagovailoa leading the Dolphins on a phenomenal 93-yard TD drive to spark a fourth-quarter comeback. They also look at breakout campaigns by DE Emmanuel Ogbah and K Jason Sanders – the only kicker still perfect on both FGs and XPs as the season moves past...
We recap the Buffalo Bills' 18-10 victory over the New York Jets to go 5-2. We discuss the biggest takeaways from today's win including halftime adjustments by the Bills on offense and defense after a lackluster first half, the six sacks and two interceptions by the defense, Jerry Hughes shines, the inability of the offense to convert FGs into TDs, the reliance of the offense on Tyler Bass, Dane Jackson's amazing rookie debut, and much more! We announce the winner this week's giveaway, and we discuss our general thoughts on the game, stats of the game, plays of the game (Sweet Sassy Molassy!), who goes on our Wall of Fame and who goes on the Wall of Shame (and turn to Twitter for some great reaction from our followers). Go Bills! Please listen and leave a review on Apple Podcasts to be in the running for our next giveaway! Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Blitzed Bills, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D and Big Newt, and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! Email us questions, comments, or Bills stories: email@example.com Follow us on Twitter: @CTWpod Like us on Facebook: Circling the Wagons: A Buffalo Bills Podcast Follow us on Instagram: CTWpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Dallas Greenaway continues our new series, “Stretch,” talking about how we can learn to stretch our faith! Dallas talks about how our faith can be stretched by trying something new. We look at Romans 12:1-2 and how it says to present ourselves as living sacrifices. As we sacrifice our lives to God, He is making us more like Jesus. Dallas talks about how we can use the FGS 12 Practices to help us try something new to stretch our faith - 12 daily and weekly practices that help us to live our lives that reflect how Jesus lived.Speaker: Dallas Greenaway
Hosts: TJ & Jason This week on the show: Segment One: The guys talk favorite German names. Jason gets an MRI & TJ gets a COVID test. Belligerent ranting then ensures. Segment Two: Add one pastor with two dominatrices and what do you get? This week's FGS award winner. HOT TAKES gets us caught up on celebrity death over the last two weeks and the guys interview pastor turned stripper NIKOLE MITCHELL! Segment Three: REDDIT FUN asks “What would the Bond Boy names be if James Bond was a female”? Plus, PICKS O' THE WEEK turns into an impromptu quiz as TJ discovers an 8 cello wonder. Come for the interviews, stay for the funny! It's THE QUAD M SHOW! Posted on October 12, 2020 by Thomas Damon.
The Seahawks improve to 4-0 and Russ maintains his MVP level of play through the first fourth of the season. The Seahawks remain top in the NFC West while some teams fall behind. Injuries and absences are starting rise by a new cast of players are showing off their skills. We'll see if that's enough as the Seahawks host the Minnesota Vikings on a Primetime for the 3rd year in a row. This is the Hawks Cast Podcast. Topic #1 Are injuries and Covid the biggest opponents for the 2020 season? Topic #2 Is our 4-0 record masking other deficiencies like our run OFF/DEF? Topic #3 Hawks Cast Corner - Is the NFC West coming down from their early week high? Topic #4 Minnesota Vikings - Why haven't the Vikings felt like a rivalry when we play them so often? Predictions Final Score Vikings vs. Seahawks Russell Wilson's NFL TD Lead +/- 2.5 Seahawks TD Leader Carson/Lockett/Metcalf/Other Y/N Ryan Neal Flashes Y/N Cody Barton Loses Snaps to BKK Y/N Run DEF Holds Vikes under 75 Yards Y/N DEF Holds Vikes to more FGs than TDs https://forum.hawkscast.com/ https://twitter.com/SeahawksPodcast https://twitter.com/SeahawksForum
Scott and I take a stab at predicting the 2020 leaders in: Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Rushing Yards, Rushing TDs, Receiving Yards by a RB, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDs, Pancakes, Sacks, TFL, Tackles, INTs, PBUs, FGs, Punts, PR Yards, and KR Yards! Let me know where we went wrong on Twitter @StandingRoomMSU, or on Instagram @StandingRoomSpartans Follow Scott on Twitter @SpartanMartin18 Rate, Review, Tell your friends!
Hosts: TJ, Jason, & Brett This week on the show: Segment One: Brett makes a run to the SLC and relives The Shining at a haunted hotel. Questions arise regarding the handling of the death of local citizenry. TJ thinks he's a betting guru. Segment Two: We get a gun wielding moron in our FGS this week in addition to a Vietnamese condom cleaning scam. HOT TAKES covers the passing of two celebs, the newly released Wandavision trailer, Microsoft makes a major move before releasing the Series X, and a crazed fan takes TJ to task over poor math. Segment Three: Karen the Krazy Quad M Fan sticks around to challenge the guys to REDDIT FUN trivia. Surprises abound! Look both ways before crossing! It's THE QUAD M SHOW!
On the second episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by his longtime friend and Kansas City Chiefs legend Trent Green (05:57 – 51:23). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) to talk about week 1 of the NFL season (01:14). The guys talk about Cam Newton’s big debut for the Patriots, and how different their offense looks without Tom Brady at the helm (01:54). Morten also weighs in on the complicated debut of Stephen Gostkowski with the Titans, as he misses four kicks – 3 FGs, 1 PAT – but still manages to hit the game-winner to give Tennessee a week 1 victory in Denver (3:07).We then move to our interview with Trent, where he discusses a wide array of topics: getting an NFL season going during a pandemic (7:45); working with his new broadcast partner for the 2020 season, Kevin Harlan (9:36); how he got started in broadcasting, and why quarterbacks seem to make great color commentators (10:50); a hilarious story about Morten calling games for NFL Europe in the early 2000s (13:54); being a journeyman quarterback in the early part of his career, as he was cut by the San Diego Chargers and British Columbia Lions (CFL), and sat on the bench in Washington (19:53); the unique experience of by a star quarterback at a “basketball school,” as he shared a campus with Bob Knight at Indiana (20:54); suffering a devastating knee injury in the final preseason game of the 1999 season, and having to watch his St. Louis Rams have an all-time great season en route to a Super Bowl victory (24:35); mentoring a young Kurt Warner during his years in St. Louis (29:14); a hilarious story about Morten joining the Chiefs, and Trent reacting to how old Morten was at the time (33:17); why the 8-8 Chiefs in 2002 were actually better than the 13-3 Chiefs in 2003 (34:22); a story about Morten’s first game with the Chiefs, and why it was one of the wildest finishes in either one of their careers (35:07); how Dick Vermeil’s emphasis on building team chemistry helped make the Chiefs a force in the early 2000s (38:28); how Tony Gonzalez paved the way for the dominant pass-catching tight ends in today’s NFL (41:25); Trent’s thoughts on today’s Chiefs, and why we should all pump the breaks on the dynasty tag for now (44:54); talking about his sons playing college football – Derek Green at SMU and T.J. Green at Northwestern (48:44); and how calling games in empty stadiums is going to be a strange experience (50:55).Then, TommyFreezePops is joined by Kevin Rogers for his weekly check-in with the experts from VegasInsider.com (52:46 – 01:03:29). They talk about the dangerous new toy in the potent Kansas City offense is, and how difficult it’s going to be to slow down Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs (53:33). They also talk about Sunday’s star-studded match-up between Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson (55:32), the Sunday Night Football game in Seattle between the Seahawks and Patriots (57:29), and the Dallas Cowboys’ home opener against the Atlanta Falcons (01:00:18).Finally, we close things out with Morten’s “Game Winner” – a weekly segment where Morten monologues his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, he talks about the incredible resiliency of Trent Green, and how this trait has shaped him both on and off the football field (01:03:29).
In our entrepreneurship journeys, it's tempting to always focus on the next thing without taking a moment to celebrate our small wins. However, it is important to take a moment, look back, and be grateful for your successes, no matter how small. In this episode, Tim and Randy share some exciting things happening in their world.Among the things that we are most excited about is the free 3-day Keap challenge where we are teaching gym owners the power of automation in their business. So far, we have done it for two weeks and it’s super exciting to see gym owners make money from this free deal. The challenge has gone so well that Keap HQ called Tim and requested him to share what he is doing with other Keap partners.We are also pretty excited about the upcoming Fitness Growth Summit. We have some amazing speakers lined up with some presentations that will blow your mind. You won't believe this, but one of the speakers' suggestions from the FGS has helped us convert 19 of the last 21 consultations here at Pulse Fitness. You don’t want to miss that one and learn how you can implement it into your gym as well!In addition to these, we are also excited about an entry-level coaching group for gym owners we are coming up with where we'll help these gym owners with strategies and tactics to help them WIN! Tim is also in the middle of a real estate deal for the future home of Pulse Fitness. Lastly, we are excited about our Profit First accounting model we are implementing.Key TakeawaysThe three-day Keap challenge to help gym owners learn the power of automation (02:26)Amazing speakers and presentations from the Fitness Growth Summit (04:31)Coaching group for entry-level gym owners (06:30)Tim's excited about building a shopping center to host Pulse fitness (07:31)Why we are excited about implementing the profit first accounting model (12:21)Tim and Zach are working on an exciting SAS project (16:20)Additional Resources:Register for the Fitness Growth Summitwww.fitnessgrowthsummit.com/Sign up for the free 3-day Keap challenge www.pfmarketingsolutions.com/challengeProfit First Bookprofitfirstbook.com----www.PFMarketingSolutions.com/Callwww.PFMarketingSolutions.com/Automationwww.CLACourse.comwww.ProFitGPS.netMarketing Talk with Fitness Professionals Facebook Grouphttps://PFMarketingSolutions.com/Data--If you are interested in a free audit for your gym, visit http://bit.ly/free_gym_audit--You can find out more about Tim and the strategies covered in this episode by checking out our website.--Would you rather watch the video version instead?Head over to our YouTube channel to watch this episode by going here--If you don't already have my book, get your copy FREE here.--Connect with Tim:Schedule A CallFacebookInstagramLinkedInConnect with Randy:FacebookInstagram--Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, YouTube, or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!
Hosts: TJ, Jason, & Brett Segment One: The guys celebrate the big 200! Jason gets a metal detector. Brett get hunting tage. TJ cant get sleep. We present the second ever AMAZON REVIEW SPOTLIGHT featuring Haribo Sugar Free Gummy Bears. Segment Two: Pinhead stops by for a quick visit as a very special FSG/F'D UP BRACKET determines the greatest FGS… so far. Jason and Brett play with buttons. HOT TAKES cover three big time (for us) celebrity passings. Good friend of the show, Kris McClanahan, stops by for a visit and talks up Tabletops and Tentacles. Jason then provides us with some dark facts about cartoons. Segment Three: Jason gives Brett a chance (and destroys TJ) with Drunk or A Kid on this wee's REDDIT FUN Thanks you for your support from THE QUAD M SHOW!
What Makes For Goodness Sake a Good Neighbor...I purchased For Goodness Sake in Bonita Springs Florida this year as the culminating event in a 3-year personal journey that began in crisis and ended with the creation of something special and spirit changing. I loved that some staff were still here decades after the store was established because they love what we (they) do. Many loyal customers are still here decades later because our staff have cared for them and made staying healthy fun.For people who haven’t discovered the store yet; For Goodness Sake (FGS) is your neighborhood marketplace for people with a lifestyle approach to health. The natural and organic health arena can be confusing. The food industry has chased the capitalist dream of driving prices down … and left a lot of us chronically unwell because of that. FGS is your partner to fix this; ensuring quality and simplifying the process. We offer a wide variety of produce, nutritional supplements, and prepared items to help our customers choose what’s best for them. We add value by performing the due diligence on our many suppliers to ensure we offer the best relevant seals of approval in the following areas of lifestyle choice:✅ Organic (preparation and contents certified by USDA)✅ Natural (antibiotic free, free range, humanely treated)✅ Locally sourced (we visit suppliers and examine the toxicology reports)✅ Vegan✅ Gluten FreeAbove all, I believe natural food has a role in preventing and even reversing the chronic diseases that seem to be accelerating in our society.To learn more about For Goodness Sake, go to: https://forgoodnesssakes.com/For Goodness SakeSUNSHINE PLAZA,118 Bonita Beach RoadBonita Springs, FL 34135239-992-5838Support the show (https://goodneighborpodcast.com)
Fright Girl Summer - a summer book festival founded by V. Castro and Sonora Taylor, celebrating women writers and creators in horror and dark fiction. FGS offer lists of horror and other dark fiction books, categorized into specific groups, as well as original fiction, art, and much more! To find out more, check out their website: https://www.frightgirlsummer.com/
00:00 Recorded in May00:30 Introductions01:24 General thoughts on the Strive Beta04:13 The wall-break mechanic16:07 The perception of Guilty Gear being too difficult20:58 The untapped potential of tutorials23:05 Bringing in new players to FGs25:57 Fighting games are for boomers27:52 NRS are ahead of the curve28:55 Engagement30:44 COVID forcing developers to reconsider FGs as a complete package33:17 Characters run fighting games38:35 Developing a package that CAN attract new players, instead of a game explicitly focused on attracting new players43:47 Guest characters as marketing tools46:12 You can’t compare Terminator to Negan47:42 Fahkumram and Leroy50:37 Leroy “destroyed” the Tekken scene53:29 Kokonoe “destroyed” the BlazBlue scene 54:48 Tekken fans have short memories01:00:21 Outrage culture & listing the problems with Strive01:02:44 Rollback in Strive is bigger than Guilty Gear / listing good points01:04:05 The command list in Strive is amazing01:07:54 Fuck the GG vets01:09:04 Why BlazBlue is more complex than Guilty Gear now01:13:16 Thoughts on GranBlue Fantasy Versus01:15:02 The effects of no arcade release01:17:10 GBVS patches01:18:51 GBVS had a vision…(until Zooey came out)01:19:55 Why does Ferry have a DP?01:23:18 #NotMyStreetFighter01:26:19 GBVS as a secondary game / challenges of writing Tekken Overviews01:28:18 Eddy, Zafina and Akuma01:32:59 Capcom vs SNK 3 / Tekken X Street Fighter / Tekken 801:36:12 Season Pass: Remove Noctis, Negan and Chloe01:39:56 Events hard-carry promoting fighting games01:45:39 What do recent ArcSys games say about the direction they’re going in?01:46:58 Should Strive have been a new IP?01:47:33 Intermission -01:48:53 How many new FG I.P.s have there been in the past 10 years?01:52:37 The removal of Gatlings in Strive01:54:29 Strive changes betray a lack of confidence in GG02:07:22 Airdashes in Strive02:10:33 The trend in modern fighting games towards volatility02:11:43 Will Strive undergo a massive overhaul before release?02:16:03 The first version will be rough around the edges02:20:42 Setting pride aside02:24:33 Hopes for Zato in Strive02:28:41 Rev 2 Story Mode was for people who lurk GameFaqs02:31:02 CHRISTIE IS HER OWN CHARACTER #WaitingForMileena02:35:44 Being in the public eye02:37:55 Complexity isn’t what’s turning people away02:39:10 Let’s cut the dumb-shit for 2022Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ThatBlastedSalami)
“Don’t cool ‘em off, T-MAC! Don’t blow on those fingers! I don’t want you to cool off!” ‘Magical Movies’ is back with a Tracy McGrady offensive clinic. A 110-96 win for the Orlando Magic at home inside the TD Waterhouse Centre over the Chicago Bulls on February 21, 2003. The game is played immediately after GM John Gabriel deals away Tracy’s best friend Mike Miller to the Memphis Grizzlies for Drew Gooden and Gordan Giricek at the trade deadline. Mac Daddy is mad and scored 52 points on 15-of-32 FGs, 6-of-13 3PTs, and 16-of-20 FTs in just 32:48 of on-court action, sitting out the entire 4th period. Drew Gooden (22 points and 11 rebounds) and Gordan Giricek (15 points) have great Magic debuts. Full Game (Magic Sunshine Network broadcast, best option): https://youtu.be/ehjw5DyHAao Full Game (Magic broadcast, secondary option, longer but audio not as good): https://youtu.be/khIC7TDTRpU (Please, NBA, don’t take these down. We don’t own them, let your fans watch some great basketball) The box score: https://www.basketball-reference.com/boxscores/200302210ORL.html The game audio highlights (1:11) and game summary (2:56) are followed by the handing out of awards. The categories: • The Jack ‘Sweater Vest Guy’ Nelson Fashion award (14:09) • Most Magical Momentum Move (16:06) • The Brian Hill Clipboard Smashing Play of the Game (17:10) • The Richie Adubato Best Broadcast Moment (19:25) • The Brian Cook Heat Check award (24:11) • The Olumide Oyedeji ‘That Guy’ award (25:29) • The Johnny Davis Coaching Botch award (27:24) • The Stan Van Gundy Best Coaching Decision award (30:57) • Best ‘Huh, I Forgot About That’ Moment (31:47) • Best Musical Performance (34:08) • The Tree Rollins Oldie, But a Goodie award (35:29) • The Dominique Wilkins Oldie, NOT a Goodie award (40:37) • Most Magical Shot (45:08) • Is Anyone at their Peak Here? (46:11) • Which Player Comes Out of this Game Looking the Best? (51:45) If you want to rename a ‘Magical Movie’ award, or suggest a new award, please let us know. Positive ratings or reviews are always welcome. We’re here to entertain you. #LetsGoMagic #MagicAboveAll Warning: Adult Language Songs: Blinding Lights - The Weeknd WIN – Jay Rock
Family historians in the United States are likely familiar with our genealogical conferences–NGS, FGS, Regional Conferences and of course the mega conference that's Rootstech, but there are other conferences held around the world. MyHeritage offered an international conference in Norway, then the Netherlands and this year its being held in Israel. In the United Kingdom, I attended the Who Do You Think You Are LIVE conference for several years running. It offered me an opportunity to explore resources to learn more about my UK ancestors, consult with professional genealogists that specialize in that geographic speciality and a chance to meet a lot of interesting people. Now there's a relatively new conference on the circuit. It's the Genealogy Show coordinated by Kirsty Gray. In full disclosure…I'm one of the keynote speakers in 2020. If you're looking for a different conference experience, think about attending the Genealogy Show. It's held in Birmingham, England and has a packed schedule. There are forty-eight different talks over the two days. The exhibition hall provides a great way to explore, network, and shop. I'll let Kirsty tell you the rest. Links:The Genealogy ShowFamily WiseSign up for my newsletter.Watch my YouTube Channel.Like the Photo Detective Facebook Page so you get notified of my Facebook Live videos.Need help organizing your photos? Check out the Essential Photo Organizing Video Course.Need help identifying family photos? Check out the Identifying Family Photographs Online Course.Have a photo you need help identifying? Sign up for photo consultation.About My Guest:Kirsty Gray, Director of The Genealogy Show, has over 15 years research experience and has her foot in many genealogical doors around the world.She took up genealogy professionally while training to be a teacher in 2002. Running Family Wise Limited, Kirsty has conducted research for private individuals, solicitors, academics and companies worldwide.As an author, Kirsty has written for many international publications on various topics for beginners to more advanced levels and her first book, Tracing Your West Country Ancestors, was published in March 2013 by Pen and Sword. She has appeared on Qui-Etes Vous? (Who Do You Think You Are?) in Canada, researching the English roots of the opera singer, Marc Hervieux and in 2016, one of Kirsty's success stories featured on the second series of the BBC's Family Finders.About Maureen Taylor:Maureen is a frequent keynote speaker on photo identification, photograph preservation, and family history at historical and genealogical societies, museums, conferences, libraries, and other organizations across the U.S., London and Canada. She's the author of several books and hundreds of articles and her television appearances include The View and The Today Show (where she researched and presented a complete family tree for host Meredith Vieira). She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, Germany's top newspaper Der Spiegel, American Spirit, and The New York Times. Maureen was recently a spokesperson and photograph expert for MyHeritage.com, an internationally known family history website and also writes guidebooks, scholarly articles and online columns for such media as Smithsonian.com. Learn more at Maureentaylor.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts.
This week on the show: A quick introduction from TJ to get things started. Segment One (from Episode #148): Segment One: Special guest and New Kid Steve's sister, Heather, sits in and has a few words regarding Debra Messing, moles, and feminine beauty. Plus, some heat between Marty and New Kid Steve involving dinner time revelations. Segment Two (from Episode #100): FGS brings us an Indian woman with severe marital issues and a missing kidney. It's a two-fer this week with HORRIBLE MOMENTS IN KUNTZWEILER HISTORY as McKenzie recalls a horrifying tale of nose versus milk crate and Marty teaches the importance of watching out for nails. Segment Three (from Episode #169): Segment Three: REDDIT FUN asks “If week is the Devil's Lettuce, then what else is in the Devil's Kitchen?” This leads to a trip to the casting couch for Satan. Stay safe, everyone, from your pals at THE QUAD M SHOW!
Seth and Dr. Sap return for a second season of The Teams, brought to you by… The Sponsor: Odds are you're going to be spending a lot of time at home in your underwear—what if you could be paying less for that home? Use this time there to refinance: talk to Matt Demorest at HomeSure Lending now and see if you can't lock in a low rate while it lasts. In addition to being more ethical, knowledgeable, hands-on, intelligent, and fun to work with, Matt also never royally screwed over John Beilein in a failed bid to upset Michigan's basketball program. Previously: 1879, 1901, 1925, 1932, 1947, 1950, 1964, 1976, 1980, 1988, 1999 Special Guest this Week: John U. Bacon, author of OVERTIME, ENDZONE, THREE & OUT, BO'S LASTING LESSONS, and other books, like WWI one about the greatest disaster you've never heard of. 1. WAR AND DISEASE: THE WORLD IN 1918 (starts at 0:50) Germans start using U-Boats. Russia drops out, U.S. enters the war in April 1917. But the U.S. takes a year to get there. "Spanish” Flu: Killed 50 to 100 million globally. U.S. loses 110,000 in the war, 40% of whom die of the flu, and most of these before they even went abroad. Especially hit children (today they think people who’d gotten other flus had some immunity built up). Most who died did so from pneumonia. Spread from Camp Devens near Boston. U.S. didn’t want to incite panic so they kept it out of headlines and purposefully didn’t respond quickly. Epidemic hit peak fear on October 11 and ⅔ games were called off. Athletic: By the start of November, just 87 college games had been played nationwide. In 1916 and 1917, those figures had been 291 games and 253 games, respectively. The following season, 287 games would be played across the country before November. [Hit THE JUMP for the player and rest of the writeup] 2. JOHN U. BACON (starts at 11:24) Rule changes: eligible receivers can catch the ball anywhere on the field. Threat of cancellation: Germany’s spring offensive in 1918 was followed by the Allies’ 100 days offensive, and in the middle of that the Big Ten considered calling off its games. War teams: Chicago Naval Reserve went 4-0 vs Chicago, Illinois, Northwestern and Minnesota. Because so many players are leaving for the war they lift the Freshman rule for a year. ROTC created in 1916 but can’t wait two years so they also create the SATC to train officers quickly. Most of the football team joined (since you could be drafted if you didn’t). Penn, Michigan’s rival through its Big Ten hiatus, lost 6 players in 1918. Every Saturday you’d have to field a different lineup. Stagg: “I think I voice the sentiments of every coach in the country when I say we will teach football this season for Uncle Sam without having the desire to win foremost in our minds,” Stagg said, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. “Our first thoughts will be to get the men into physical condition, teach them how to think and act quickly and show them the best way of charging and blocking. Team play in football corresponds to the unity of attack in the army. I think playing the game will make better officers.” SATC means the federal govt, not NCAA, can set standards. Left it to the War Dept. War Department (now State Dept) was running the homefront: quarantines and travel restrictions were being promulgated all summer. Finally clarified them in October: Academic standards No more than one and a half hours per day of football practice, No football games in October that required an absence from campus for a period longer than “Noon to Taps on Saturday” Only 4 November games per school, two at home, two on the road “which shall in no case involve longer absences than from retreat Friday to taps Sunday.” Can’t charge high admission for any game involving a military team. Pitt bitched because they had to go into the city to use their field so they lost half their practice time getting there. Minnesota turned their entire program over to the local military guy (commandant), as in the Minnesota coaches were told to take a hike. 3. THE TEAM (starts at 33:06) Lose almost everybody, including second year in a row their captain (Tad Wieman) leaves to go fight in the war (he enlisted in the Aviation Corps). Also lost halfback Eddie Usher after the first game. Who’s back then? Goetz (moved from end to guard to tackle), and Cohn. BACKS: Quarterback Kenneth T. “Mike” Knode (Sr) Was Maryland’s starting QB and transferred to Michigan. More of a baseball star, played pro ball for the St. Louis Cardinals. Older brother of Robert Knode, who also played for Michigan before becoming a Cleveland Indians All Star. He’s in the Univ of Maryland Hall of Fame. Left Halfback John S. “Jack” Perrin (Jr). From Escanaba, left after the 1918 season and served in the Navy two years, then played again in 1920. Had a cup of coffee with the Red Sox in 1921 and bounced around the minors then tried pro football. Hart-like. Right Halfback Abe Cohn (junior) (5), ACTING CAPTAIN: Star in basketball too. Jewish son of Russian immigrants, from Spokane (born in Portland, Oregon), dad and bros owned a furniture business. Via the Free Press he was a Brandon Minor/De’Veon Smith type: "He made a gain practically every time he was given the ball and, when he was stopped, it always took two or three men to turn the trick. Could have played into 1919 but redshirted basically so he could play in 1920, since 1919 was going to be packed with guys who were back from the war. Could play end or fullback too. Later became the head football and basketball coach at Whitworth College then Spokane University. On the side he was a PCC (now Pac 12) official, the last good one. Fullback/Punter/Kicker Frank Steketee (Fr) Deserves mention among the great Michigan special teams specialists and great all-around athletes. Rare Freshman, president of his class, was supposed to be behind Eddie Usher but Usher got called up after the Case Western game, in which Stek had impressed as a sub. In a punting era Frank was the best until Kipke--Stek once kicked a 100-yarder they say. Also one of the early range kickers, winning three big games in 1918 with his long FGs. Scored all the points in the Cuse game and intercepted the GW pass. Also had a hand in all 14 points against Ohio State, including a 73-yard punt that stopped at the 2 yard line. Only player in the West on the All-American team. Member of M’s first swim team and a great gymnast (not yet a varsity sport), and played on the M hockey team a bit. Steketee himself got called up in 1919 and served overseas in the Navy, came back and was all-Big in 1920. Served again in WWII as a medic. FB Edward Usher: Injured after first game. Called up. Backups: HB/QB Harlan Walker (Jr). Started the first game at QQ; RHB William R. Cruse (Jr) Detroiter who went on to be a football and basketball coach in Iowa. ENDS: Left End/RE: Robert Jerome Dunne (Fr). Class of 1922. Yes, Chicagoans THAT Dunne--his father Edward F. Dunne was the mayor of Chicago then governor of Illinois. Candidate for best all-around athlete at Michigan: starred in track and basketball as well, and represented the U.S. in track at the 1920 Olympics in the Pentathalon. Came back and moved to guard on the 1920 and 1921 teams, was 1st team All-American in 1921. Went on to be the line coach at Northwestern, Harvard, and Chicago. Became a state court judge in Illinois. Probate judge oversaw the sale of the White Sox to Bill Veeck. Brother Maurice played for Yost 1913-16, and two more older brothers were athletes at Michigan. and another from 1944 plus and Arthur Dunne Right End: Theodore or Edwin Boville? (Soph) RE Arthur Karpus (So) Mostly a basketball star. Started the 2nd game (Chicago) only. Football/baseball/basketball star was the captain of the 1920-21 hoops team that won M’s first Big Ten championship. Became a mechanical engineer and worked for the highway commission. End Fred Hendershot didn’t play much but he’s the great grandfather of the Indiana TE. LINE: Center: Henry A. “Ernie” Vick (Fr) The other star freshman would go on to be in the college football Hall of Fame. Vick was great at D and snapping. Kipke later said Vick was the best center since Germany Shultz. Said Yost: “He is the most accurate passer from center that has ever put a ball into play. Under pressure he was dependable at all times.” Mostly a big boxy “line plunger” (middle linebacker). Was finally All-American as a senior--by then Yost was consulting Vick on plays.Later was the catcher for Grover Cleveland Alexander on the 1920s St Louis Cardinals (Branch Rickey was coaching M baseball). Won a World Series in 1926. After baseball Vick came back as Michigan’s line coach for a time, then played some pro football, ending up on Halas’s Bears. Was later a football official for the Big Ten, and worked the Rose Bowl. Ended up in Ann Arbor. C Elmer W. “Earl” Cress: Started the Case game and played well. Left Tackle Angus Goetz (Soph). From Sault Ste. Marie, studied medicine at Michigan. Started the first game at guard. Had the huge punt block, elected captain in 1919 and 1920. "There is one star on the team, and that is Goetz, a great player. ... It is a line from poor to good, with one great spot where Goetz stood Story of Yost saying he would lose his ‘M’ if he played professional ball in 1922 (two years after graduation) and he turned down $2400 (10 games x $240) and Yost bragged about it. Goetz did play pro ball in 1922 and 1923 on the weekends while in med school. Became a leading orthopedic surgeon in Detroit (chief of orthopedics at Detroit Receiving Hospital). Served in WWII. Right Tackle Chester Cale Morrison (2). Know nothing except he apparently died in 1960 in Florida. He has several surviving grandchildren. Others: RT/LG William Fortune (Jr): one of the few guys to go on to play in the NFL, RT Francis T. “Frank” Czysz, RT Albert Lent, LT CC Clash, Left Guard: Theodore “Theo” Adams (3), Right Guard Jean Paul Freeman (5) LINEUPS: Fletcher Clash Goetz Cress Freeman Lent Dunne Walker Perrin Usher Cohn Chicago: Dunne Goetz Adams Vick Freeman Morrison Karpus Knode Perrin Steketee Cohn Syracuse:Dunne Goetz Adams Vick Freeman Young Morrison Knode Perrin Steketee Cohn MSC: Dunne Goetz Adams Vick Freeman Fortune Bovill Knode Perrin Steketee Cohn Ohio State: Dunne Goetz Fortune Vick Freeman Czysz Bovill Knode Perrin Steketee Cohn 4. THE FIRST FOUR GAMES (starts at 1:08:53) via UMBentley Originally there were games @Cornell, vs Northwestern (in A2) and vs Minnesota (at A2) but those were canceled when the govt made its rule. Wartime travel restrictions canceled the Cornell and Minnesota games, and they replaced them with games against Camp Custer and University of Mount Vernon, but then the flu pandemic canceled both of those plus the Northwestern game, so they got Syracuse instead. [No games the rest of October because Camp Custer and Mount Union games canceled and MAC rescheduled] Daily isn’t in the mood to discuss the game. It gets one line on pg 2: “Football is a rough game for the Case lads. So they “hike” instead. @ CHICAGO 13-0Nov 9, 1918 Resumption of the old rivalry after 13 years! Last time UC won that 2-0 game that broke Yost’s 56-game winning streak. 7,000 fans come. Daily has a play by play. Not a great game--Cohn and Knode both fumble away early drives, the second leads to an attempted drop kick from the 45 yard line that Goetz blocked and ran 55 yards for a TD. End of the 3rd Q Michigan is driving and is on the Chicago 7. Michigan comes out of the quarter in a fake punt formation, snaps it to Perrin who rumbles to the 1. Got it in next play but Stek missed the XP. Stek has a bad game overall. Perrin is the star: SYRACUSE 15-0 Nov 16, 1918 Cuse and Pitt are the best two teams in the East. Orangemen won the rest of their schedule 141-6. Rain-soaked and muddy as hell. Stek misses a field goal from the 25, Knode fumbles at the Cuse 5 yard line. Second Q for some reason Cuse is passing and Cohn and Vick both get interceptions. Then Syracuse makes mistakes: offsides on a punt gives M good field position, and in the worst of the rain Stek kicks good from the 36. Next Cuse drive they get a roughing and Stek’s kick is good from the 35. 3rd quarter Stek misses from the 32, Vick gets another INT and so does Knode. M gets to the 14 and Stek makes it 9-0. Later on Stek intercepts and runs it in for a TD: 15-0, misses his own XP. Henry Bullion of the Freep: One man stood above all the rest in this sparkling triumph of the Wolverines. They'll be singing the praises of Steketee long after he trods the campus for the last time. All of the points assembled by Michigan are attributed to the educated toe and agility of Yost's brilliant fullback." MICHIGAN AGRICULTURAL (MSU) AGGIES 21-6Nov 23, 1918 Classic M-MSU battle where Michigan held won the battle in the trenches while MSU had some electric play from the backfield. About 15k crowded into Ferry Field (Yost: we need a new building). MSU is coming off a win over Knute Rockne’s (first) Notre Dame in East Lansing behind their new HC George Gauthier and their star African-American running back Harry Graves. Both bands played before the game and took so long it was getting dark. Coaches decided to skip halftime to keep things moving. Michigan’s got a solid 21-0 lead built up after their first drive of the 2nd half and go into cruise mode. MSC scores the only points on Michigan late because it’s so dark out at the end of the 4th quarter that they throw a pass and Michigan doesn’t know the guy’s there. ONLY points scored on M all season. Bullion in the Freep: "M.A.C.'s defeat is nothing for her to be ashamed of. It simply was a case of a better-conditioned and smarter eleven overpowering another that, though it lacked nothing in the way of fight that its enemy possessed, failed to cope with the superior knowledge of the game that was Michigan's by right of judgment and the attending conditions." Defeated with Dignity! 5. THE GAME AND CLAIMIN' SHIPS (starts at 1:44:48) State of the Rivalry: Michigan first played them in 1897 and made OSU an annual game starting the year before Yost. Ohio State wasn’t in the conference yet so they were a nonconference annual rival from 1900-1906 and we just kept playing every year after that until 1912, when OSU joined the Big Ten and had to break it off (also broke off their original EoY rival, Kenyon College). At this point Michigan had a 13-0-2 series lead. So this game was M-OSU back together again, and placed at the end of the year. It’s warming up but it’s not THE rivalry yet. OSU: No Chic Harley (war) who was one of the biggest stars in the game in 1916-’17 and 1919 (Yost asked to personally congratulate Harley after the 1919 game). The character in Leatherheads was loosely based on Harley, who was a player-part owner of the Bears. Chic lived a sad life after. Michigan and Illinois didn’t play each other but OSU was a common opponent so beating the 13-0 mark by Illinois was the goal. Conditions were wet and slippery due to rain all morning. Stek got into a punt-a-thon with OSU’s Rife. 3rd Quarter Knode finally breaks the tie with a 30-yard TD run but while they’re celebrating a linesman FROM THE WRONG SIDE overrules the guy who was over the play and says no TD. Typical. 0-0 tie in the 4th quarter: 73-yard punt by Stek “stuck fast in the mud” on the OSU 2. Next punt Rife get blocked by Goetz. Bullion in the Freep: "The pass from center was perfect and there seemed to be no fear that Rife would not get it away. But Goetz, one man who has starred in every game the Maize and Blue played this year, shattered the line and rammed the Buckeye punter. Leather and Goetz collided and the pigskin went bounding away with Goetz in hot pursuit. Three scarlet-robed athletes tried to block Goetz's path to the ball, but he thrust them aside and went to earth with it just as his rivals in the race catapulted themselves at the leather. Later Stek faked an edge run and popped it to Dunne for a TD pass. Big Ten Champs? Illinois and Purdue were also undefeated in B1G play: Illinois’s AD tries to claim the title with 4 wins (Iowa, at Wisconsin, Ohio State, at Chicago) to Michigan’s two (Chi and OSU). Illini try to use their blowout over Chicago, M stands on a road win at Columbus. Illinois by the way has two 7-0 October losses to Great Lakes Navy and Chicago Naval Reserve--both All Star teams. Maybe it’s a good thing M’s games were canceled? National Champs? Pitt went 4-0 under Pop Warner but then lost to the Cleveland Naval Reserve on 11/30, 10-9. They claim the 4th Q was extended to allow the cadets to take the lead. It ended Pop’s 30-game winning streak. -------------------------------------------- MUSIC: "A Good man Is Hard to Find"—Eddie Green "Over There"—George M. Cohan "Clarinet Marmalade"—Bix Beiderbecke "Tishomingo Blues"—Duke Ellington, performed by Bunk Johnson “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music? The war is not over. Millions are being killed. Europe is mad. The world is mad!
Happy New Year! Andy Behrens and Dalton Del Don are back to discuss all things NBA in the first 2020 episode of the fantasy basketball podcast.First up, Andy and Dalton discuss the legacy of David Stern and his 30-year career as NBA commissioner. (03:30)And in this week’s Starting Five, Andy and Dalton run down the five biggest storylines of the fantasy week:1) Minnesota Timberwolves Center Karl-Anthony Towns, who entered the season having missed five games in his *entire* career, has now missed eight straight games. He’s reportedly ramping up on-court work but according to Ethan Strauss of The Athletic, he’s unhappy in Minnesota. He’s also in the first year of a five-year contract. Hopefully, you were able to pick up Gorgui Dieng. (06:46)2) Dallas Mavericks big man Kristaps Porzingis will miss his second game in a row with a knee injury on Thursday night. Though the injury does not involve his surgically-repaired knee, there's still cause for concern. "There's no timetable," Rick Carlisle said on Tuesday. "We'll see." Maxi Kleber is worth a pickup while the Unicorn's status is up in the air. (10:54)3) Andy and Dalton discuss first-half busts like Zion Williamson, Blake Griffin, and Mike Conley, and whether there's hope for a turnaround. (12:47)4) The New York Knicks are a blistering 6-6 under new head coach Mike Miller, having won three straight. Julius Randle put up a monster game on Wednesday night: 22 points (8-of-15 FGs, 3-of-4 FTs), 13 REB, 3 AST, 3 threes, one steal, one block in Wednesday's win vs. the Blazers. Mitchell Robinson had his own big game with 11-11 FG, including a crazy alley-oop. (16:21)5) We are theoretically in trade season, though nothing too exciting has happened yet. Dalton and Andy throw out some hypothetical trades that would benefit NBA and fantasy teams alike. (18:37)[Yahoo Sportsbook powered by BetMGM: Deposit $10, Get $100 in Free Bets. NJ only. 21+. Terms apply]Next up, Dalton runs through his pickups of the week, including Gorgui Dieng, Damion Lee, Alec Burks, Ky Bowman, and Jordan McRae. (22:08). And Andy and Dalton engage in some All-Decade talk. They give their picks for the all-decade first & second teams, as well as some awards we'd like to see, like best one-hit-wonder, biggest bust, best rookie season, and the biggest what ifs of the decade. Oklahoma City fans, you might want to skip that last one. (25:17)And we wrap up the show with In Case You Missed It. ICYMI this week, some great writing on the career of David Stern, like David Aldridge’s obit on David Stern, along with Vincent Goodwill’s piece and Ben Rohrbach’s.Please remember to rate, review and subscribe on your podcast provider of choice and send us your questions for future episodes on Twitter @YahooFantasy.Follow Dalton @daltondeldonFollow Andy
The Pittsburgh Steelers end the 2019 season with a surprising 8-8 record, losing their final contest to the Baltimore Ravens 28-10 in an east coast tsunami.The lack of offensive fire-power was evidenced by the offensive output, but moreover, the offensive anemia served the ball up at inopportune times to the Ravens at choice field positions. Worse, punting from the Steelers 19 yard line, Jordan Berry fumbled a snap which Ravens Chris Board pounced on in the end one for another TD. The defense held the Dirty Birds to one TD, but was gashed by 223 on the ground, leading to four FGs.Alas, even a victory would have meant a one-way ticket home as Houston succumbed to the Titans as they rested their starters, handing Tennessee the final AFC wild card spot.We discuss bright spots on offense - the emergence of Diontae Johnson and James Washington’s continued ascent. What didn’t go right? We delve into Randy Fichtner’s role in formulating a strategy to put the young skill position players in a position to succeed. Will he be back next year?The future, however, shines brightly for the defense. TJ Watt is a clear contender for defensive player of the year. He and Bud Dupree dominated offensive backfields more than any duo since James Harrison and Lamar Woodley. The secondary is as close to lock-down as any in the NFL with the newly acquired Minkah Fitzpatrick and Steven Nelson being coupled with Joe Haden. Sadly, several players enter free agency and we discuss the likelihood of retaining Bud and Javon Hargrave.What are our greatest needs for next year, given free agency on both sides of the ball? Running back? Tight end? OLB? QB?!!!
In this second volume of the best of THE QUAD M SHOW'S 2019, your host, Connie Lingus, covers more of the greatest hist of the past year. The waxing of TJ and New Kid Steve (including the lead up, the bet, and the payoff) FGS winner La Fiera New Kid Steve's man on the street Q&A during Gay Pride Weekend Drunken Marty tells us how big Africa is The Shock Collar Challenge with New Kid Steve and his sister. the first What's Your Faith In Marty? See you in 2020, love THE QUAD M SHOW!
Join Connie as she present some of the best 2019 had to offer from THE QUAD M SHOW. Featuring: Phoner from friend of the show Marq Piocos as he gets in a little too deep with some shady characters. An FGS featuring snake oil and a revelation about Marty's pristine uncut manhood. New Kid Steve relates the tale of how he lost a ball. F'D UP BRACKET where the boys hatch a plot to conquer Angola. New Kid Steve: The Musical REDDIT FUN featuring Urban Dictionary
Seth and Dr. Sap bring you a podcast about Michigan's greatest teams. This episode: the season that began in the playoffs and ended as well as it could have. Our special guest: Mark Messner! Previously: 1901, 1925, 1932, 1947, 1950, 1964, 1976, 1980, 1999 THE SPONSOR: It is sponsored by HomeSure Lending. If you're buying or refinancing your home, this is the guy to talk to. He'll work on your loan directly and walk you through a process that can get really confusing really fast. I used him. Brian used him. Everyone else who used him is glad they did. [Description, diagrams, some video after the JUMP] -------------------------------------------- 1. THE EIGHTIES (starts at 1:00) VCRs, Cable TV, and the golden age of Independents. Michigan is coming off a horrible 1987 with ALL the turnovers, has a quarterback controversy, and is sharing Bo with his Athletic Director duties. Meanwhile the cheating is rampant, the recruiting is national, and Ohio State just dumped their 9 wins a year coach for the hot new thing because John Cooper had just beaten Michigan in a bowl game. 2. THE TEAM THE TEAM THE TEAM (starts at 26:04) Bo's first nationally recruited team. The quarterback panic of 1984 leads to a class of five guys, Taylor the steady hand, Brown the super talent. Speed with Tony Boles and nobody can tackle Leroy Hoard. Return two smallish speedsters outside in Kolesar and Calloway, with leaping Greg McMurtry pushing his way into the lineup. Two big blocking tight ends with surprising receiving ability. And then that line: All-Americans John Vitale and Mike Husar, huge Greg Skrepenak and Tom Dohring, and a young Dean Dingman. Defense was a 5-2 that now called itself a 3-4 because it was easier to recruit linebackers than ends. Messner is now the leader inside. They're little but they get after it. J.J. Grant is a tackling machine, Erick Anderson displaces John Milligan, who's a better cover linebacker. Bobby Abrams and Alex Marshall were both Uche types but taller. They trusted big David Arnold at strongside cornerback but never felt comfortable with converted running back David Key and Todd Plate at weakside, with Tony Mitchell coming on as a nickel. Great talent at safety with Tripp Welborne and Vada Murray, but no depth. Mike Gillette assumes both kicking and punting duties, occasionally it seemed to be too much. 3. THE GAMES wsg MARK MESSNER (starts at 50:00) We meet Mark and go back through his Michigan career. Start the season vs #1 and #2 in the nation: (2012) yikes! Could have beaten them both. L 19-17 @ Notre Dame (national champs) ND gets the first KO return TD, Boles 59-yard KO return, Gillette 48-yard attempt wide right :( L 31-30 to Defending Nat Champs Miami Fake to Boles who dives over the pile and they all believe it, Michael Taylor turned loose, was playing unconscious . Tip off Miami 43 and Vada Murray intercepts. Michigan up 30-17 with 7 minutes to play, but then…ungh. Miami goes Tempo: TD, then next drive two M defenders run into each other and Miami goes all the way. Miami gets the onside kick, kicks GW field goal. W 19-9 vs Wake Forest Offense derping around. Wake takes a 3-0 lead in 2nd Q. Tripp Welborne drifts off coverage and intercepts Tony Boles on the edge. Messner safety! These are all Seth's memories because Messner is like "We played Wake Forest?" W 62-14 @ Wisconsin Tony Boles off to the races on the first play from scrimmage, grab 20-0 lead on an option pitch to him, and then he outraces everyone again to make it 34-0. “Seems like we’ve been on that field a couple of days.” W 17-3 vs Michigan State (defending B10 champs) State returned most of their defense from the Rose Bowl team a year before, but LOST TO RUTGERS and comes into this game winless. 10-0 lead at halftime and then Taylor throws a pick near-six (5 yard line) and M has a goal line stand Gillette punt blocked and returned for a TD but MSU offsides (Sparty No!) THE GILLETTE FAKE PUNT! 40 terrifying yard. T 17-17 @ Iowa Iowa “injuries” are the story all season but they’re all back. Iowa ran Harbaugh’s drop-and-draw. Iowa fans are deafening, Bo is livid at the ref because they called a delay of game on Taylor after Taylor wanted refs to quiet the crowd. Bo got a 15-yard penalty “called him a bad name.” Michigan scored anyways. Corner to Kolesar ties it up, Michigan has come back. M at the Iowa 1 yard line, Tracy Williams fumbles on the 1. “If had occurred later on in the season, Leroy Hoard would have had the ball.” W 31-6 Indiana (Big Ten title contenders) Leroy Hoard comes through in practice. Bo was yelling at the defense because they were doing a lousy job tackling him. Then it struck him a lot of defenses were having that problem. Hoard takes the first series for a long TD McMurtry reverse to Calloway. W 52-7 @NWestern Just up 17-7 and Bo was furious at halftime. Kolesar in the early 2nd half long return, blowout is on. End around to Kolesar too. W 22-7 Minnesota Rainy miserable day. First possession Taylor throws an INT and breaks collarbone. Demetrius Brown (16 interceptions in 1987). Ball is wet. It’s cold. So they went conservative. Gillette gets 5 FGs in the pouring rain. Messner held the jug: "THAT was cool!" W 38-9 Illinois Illini had upset IU so this is for the Big Ten championship! Had a good D, good passing QB, good RB, shit OL Fake punt to Erick Anderson works. Bo goes to his old 1969 Wishbones and grinds them down. W 34-31 Ohio State Welcome Cooper Era. Bo thought M was lucky to keep OSU off the board in 1st half. Gillette 56-yarder before the half. Defense struggled in the 2nd half but Leroy Hoard behind Dingman and Dohring takes back the lead. OSU up again, kicks off to Kolesar who takes it to the OSU 41->62 yard return. Down 31-27, Brown lobs to Kolesar who is Jeremy Gallon. At about 48:50 here: “There is no Co.” 4. ROSE BOWL and WRAP (starts at 1:35:49) When Bo watched film on them he thought they had a great defense but Michigan did things well that USC . USC is a big, cumbersome team at the tackles, Bo’s quick little defenders (eg Messner). M playing crappy to start, missed 2 field goals. Rodney Peete getting outside on them. Safeties come down against the run. Kolesar escapes a big TFL and turns it into a 16-yard gain. USC fumble, M goes down and goes up 15-14. Hoard takes over, big run, coverts a 4th and goal. Milligan game-sealing INT. So what are they? 1980? The reason Seth became a big Michigan fan? -------------------------------------------- MUSIC: "Don't Believe the Hype"—Public Enemy "Teenage Riot"—Sonic Youth "Tribute"—The Pasadenas “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?
That's what you need Nico Collins to do is to sit on somebody in the air. The Sponsors We can do this because people support us. You should support them! The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan we’d be all be very sad ex-Vox employees with “real” jobs. Our other sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Peak Wealth Management, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Perrin Brewing, and The Athletic -------------------------------------------- 1. The Offense starts at 1:00 Start with the stupid—when Giles Jackson wasn't initially ruled down on his kickoff return we felt in for it. Announcers, Tom Allen's fire-up speech don't help. The Whop for Hawkins trade. First time one of the fearsome foursome receiver recruiting class got over 100 yards(!!!). Nico Collins DPI magnetism. Transition period didn't need to not do that. Things that don't happen anymore: confusion before a snap, timeouts because they're disorganized, running things that don't have a counter. Good downfield adjustments by the young slots. Who can stand up to these receivers? Wheel route to Giles Jackson: looks exactly like Michigan's RPO game. Interior OL: best Brian's ever graded. 2. The Defense starts at 32:19 Indiana's scripted drive worked with those TE flare screens. Phantom DPI on Lavert Hill worked, Ambry and Lavert feel very differently in run defense: note how Indiana played a screen from trap coverage on that TFL versus how Hill stopped and the guy got around him. Then: shutdown time. Kemp and Hutchinson caused the pop-up that Dax Hill fielded. He's alright that guy, whose first start is broken down. He did fail to switch on one rub route. Dwumfour's limited role. The Uche idea: I believe in not trying to run a jet-around at the guy who immediately steps upfield. Lane integrity versus scrambles: a rare breakdown, next time Ramsey got sacked. McGrone missed a tackle on the TD. PI business: first play is horrible, second one is PI, holding behind the LOS: that's never been called before, but if the ball's in the air it's not defensive holding because—duh—the guy is basically a running back. 3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, Game Theory, and Hoops starts at 51:45 Do you know how to football? Yep, you play until the whistle! Last IU guy prevented what was going to be a 50-yard return. Wildcat snap on 3rd and 3 (unless you're running it twice?). Screwed up end of the half against IU again! Two-point conversion: legitimate tactical decision. Hart contributed to the Dumb Indiana Feeling with his first two very weak punts. Indiana's live stats were very drunk. Speaking of very drunk: 86 possessions against Houston Baptist! Everyone's pulling out the record books at halftime. Bajema! X went left! Nunez: ~~~~~~euh, went 2/8 but most of those shots looked good. His defense…euh. Castleton looked nice, got up and down the floor well, more comfortable on defense. British student announcer was offended by HouBap shots; Brian was offended by Dragon Ball Z. Everyone but Wilson scored. 4. Around the Big Ten wsg Jamie Mac starts at 1:14:06 Iowa-Illinois: too depressed to yell BIG TEN! Illinois forced a lot of FGs, Peters 4 YPA, Illinois lives off turnovers and died by the TO. One was a flea flicker INT. They have the Maryland offense of run defenses. Wisconsin-Purdue: Jonathan Taylor rampant. Backup kicker hit a 62-yard field goal (woulda been good from 62.3), breaking a record from the 19th century. Rutgers 140 yards of offense, MSU gets 5.1 YPP versus Rutgers. Rode Elijah Collins, and he got stuffed twice on 4th and 1. Devontae Dobbs rotated with 3 other guys at LT: roster mismanagement on the tackles is on the list of things wrong with MSU. Maryland played four quarterbacks against Nebraska—none had a pick (don't forget the six sacks though). Three yards short of a passing Rutger. Locksley-Gattis debate: resolved. Northwestern Rutger'd themselves by getting a lead (2-0) while having negative yards. Penn State evisceration (5 YPP) covered up by OSU fumbles. Penn State's rushing defense absolutely destroyed.
Simms breaks down Week 10:(3:20) Vikings-Cowboys: Why Minnesota might be better than the group that made it to the NFCCG a couple years ago(8:25) Why is Dallas wearing the navy blues at home??(11:30) Panthers-Packers: Is Green Bay as good as their 8-2 record? We definitely didn't see vintage Aaron Rodgers(14:20) Rams-Steelers: We saw a Steel City ass whuppin. And why it's okay to say that Todd Gurley isn't the same player he used to be.(16:20) "Sean McVay has to reinvent himself"(18:55) Simms self-scouts thyself when it comes to re-evaluating the Minkah Fitzpatrick trade(21:30) Falcons-Saints film deep dive: How in the world did the Saints not score a TD vs the Falcons? Atlanta was not gonna let the short passing game beat them(26:50) "I wrote 'Where is the run, question mark, question mark'"(32:35) "I do think Drew Brees is aware of his lack of arm strength"(37:00) Simms takes a small victory lap related to his QB rankings. Where are all the Goff & Rivers Truthers now?(39:20) "He's being paid like one of the best players in the game. Which is erroneous."(40:45) Damn! Okay: praise for Lamar Jackson, his shades, the nasty spin move, and his MVP candidacy(43:10) A couple of Ivy Leaguers get a Damn Okay(46:00) Props to Brian Flores and the Dolphins for continuing to play hard(50:00) Chiefs-Titans film deep dive: "When you have those kinds of numbers, you're not supposed to kick FGs"(53:20) "Patrick Mahomes made some of the damndest f***ing throws I've ever seen"(1:01:45) Inside Derrick Henry's 68-yard TD(1:09:20) Bills-Browns: Baker Mayfield said "get off my back"(1:10:35) Lions-Bears: "Thank God that Stafford didn't play"(1:12:40) Giants-Jets: "The best football player in New York right now is Jamal Adams"(1:15:00) Simms gives us the history of the word $hit(1:15:50) Cardinals-Bucs: Why Mike Evans is the most forgotten player in football. And don't forget that Kyler Murray is special.
Hosts: TJ, New Kid Steve, Marty This week on the show: Segment One: With two weeks off and Jason gone, it's a laundry list of listener love. We find out what's in Marty's sack. NKS plans Thanksgiving chaos. New employment abounds for Marty and TJ. TJ joins Crazy Cat Lady status with two new members added to his family. Cats vs. dog debate. Surprise call from NKS' girlfriend. Segment Two: It's another downer FGS winner involving gender reveal pipe bombs and mee-maws. HOT TAKES covers new Mandalorian trailer, Death Stranding is coming, and THE F'D UP BRACKET with a belated Halloween theme and NKS gets his mind blown by a long time Hollywood conspiracy theory. Baby Marty, Big Wheels, Bill Cosby, Pinhead, and so much more. Segment Three: REDDIT FUN is without Jason. However, TJ runs NKS and Marty through the ringer with Star Wars Character or Athlete. Plus, a visit from McKenzie. All this and Hepatitis too! It's THE QUAD M SHOW!
In the opening take, Lee tries to figure out what kind of Texas Tech team OU just beat. Then Grant joins to talk briefly about being the bad guy of the show according to some of the iTunes reviews we've gotten (2:30). Grant says the ceiling of this OU team is quite high (4:55) while Lee continues to be impressed with OU's offensive explosiveness and is happy with the way the Sooners' defense finished off Texas Tech (6:20). Two straight games without a garbage touchdown and OU's holding teams to FGs in the red zone as opposed to TDs (8:50). Kenneth Murray had some bold words about OU's defense after the win (11:00). So, why did Jackson Tyner start that game for Tech (14:50)? Lincoln Riley's best soundbite after the game revolved around playing fast defense (17:30). Jaden Davis continues to impress, while the pass defense in general is still sharp (23:30). Let's talk Trejan Bridges playing Nickel (25:45). Neville Gallimore's effort led to a forced fumble and a takeaway. Which led Alex Grinch to say something awesome about his defense's effort (29:40). Sure, there were some negatives defensively. Brendan Radley-Hiles still has a problem with tackling and OU sometimes has troubles holding the edge (32:20). CeeDee Lamb broke out in a big way. Have fun in the NFL big guy (36:05). Adrian Ealy missed the game, Bray Walker got his first start and Ian McIver continues to get a bunch of snaps at center (38:15). Pretty lucky that Kennedy Brooks isn't severely injured after taking a cheap shot (42:15). Rhamondre Stevenson is fun to watch and legitimately looks like Jamaal Charles (44:30). Spencer Rattler vs Tanner Mordecai doesn't seem to be very much of a competition right now (46:40). Gabe Brkic handled the kicking duties quite nicely (49:00) and we finish up with 3-word reviews (50:00). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9