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Four sportsbooks are ready to go for the start of NFL season, and more are on the way. What do we know so far? Barstool Sportsbooks continues its US expansion, Nevada reports a huge July for sports betting, and what do we make of a sports betting deal for the Fiesta Bowl?
Braves fall to Yanks & Umps, farm system weak, the Great Charlie Watts, how the Phillies got their name & I'm not talking about cigars, Molina's last season, Trevor Lawrence named Jaguars starter but lose Etienne, former Dawg traded, LSU uses Stasi tactics, Fiesta Bowl the place to gamble, Josh Rosen new Atlanta Falcons QB, playing baseball under the gaze of the Sphinx, pitcher traded for a hamburger, Moonlight Graham birthday, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for the All-SEC First team, stay for the greatest Rolling Stones story EVER
Welcome back to The Mann With A Plan Podcast! This episode includes a very special guest in Chad Smith. Chad played for Clemson for five years in which he won two National Championships and so much more! We talk his time at Clemson, what Dabo Swinney and Coach Venables are like, The grueling summer workouts and his monster performance in the 2019 Fiesta Bowl where he earned Defensive MVP. I hope you enjoy this interview and share this podcast with friends and family! This would not be possible without y'alls support! Thank you all so much! Some Links To Visit! Podbean - https://graysonmann21.podbean.com/ Spotify- https://open.spotify.com/show/0OhUGlFM24C1EystlVMnss YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi4QV-S9jqQfIBY31REAh-Q iHeartRadio- https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-gray-mann-the-mann-with-a-83522981/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/themwp_/ Google Podcasts- https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80NmIzYjFlMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gray-mann-the-mann-with-a-plan-podcast/id1547563804 Twitter- https://twitter.com/MWPpodcast Podbay- https://podbay.fm/p/gray-mann-the-mann-with-a-plan-podcast/about
CROSSOVER!!! todays Dangerous Beans episode is a very special one. In honor of the Bucks winning the finals we decided to go through our favorite 3 buzzer beaters we have ever seen. Deric's 3 are Oklahoma vs Boise ST 2007 Fiesta Bowl, The Raptors vs 76ers 2019 CSF, and The Heat vs Pacers 2013 ECF Game 1. Ehsan's 3 are The Minneapolis Miracle, The 2017 World Series Game 5 Astros vs Dodgers, and The 2002 WCF Kings vs Lakers Game 4. Hope you all enjoy Beanfidels!
Part II The Games People Play podcast with Bernie Corbett welcomes Danny White this week. Voted Arizona's Athlete of the Century, Danny attended Arizona St on a baseball scholarship and became a record setting QB leading the Sun Devils to three straight Fiesta Bowl victories. After beginning his pro career in the WFL, White migrated to the NFL and became the Dallas Cowboys punter winning a Super Bowl. In 1979 he succeeded Roger Staubach at quarterback assuming the responsibility of one of the toughest jobs in sports and led America's Team to three consecutive NFC Championship Games compiling a 62-32 record overall. As his coach the legendary Tom Landry observed, "I don't think anybody could have followed Roger and done as well as Danny." Please subscribe...like and rate us.
The Games People Play podcast with Bernie Corbett welcomes Danny White this week. Voted Arizona's Athlete of the Century, Danny attended Arizona St on a baseball scholarship and became a record setting QB leading the Sun Devils to three straight Fiesta Bowl victories. After beginning his pro career in the WFL, White migrated to the NFL and became the Dallas Cowboys punter winning a Super Bowl. In 1979 he succeeded Roger Staubach at quarterback assuming the responsibility of one of the toughest jobs in sports and led America's Team to three consecutive NFC Championship Games compiling a 62-32 record overall. As his coach the legendary Tom Landry observed, "I don't think anybody could have followed Roger and done as well as Danny." Please subscribe...like and rate us.
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Tuesday, June 29, 2021 The Tuesday edition of the podcast began with the 100 Seasons of BYU Football Countdown with a stroll down memory lane to look back at 1974 and the first bowl berth in program history as they played in the Fiesta Bowl after a fine run to the WAC title in LaVell Edwards' third season in charge Jake Hatch then played a one-on-one interview with BYU linebacker Max Tooley in the "B block" as they talked about what Tooley has done to refine his skills this offseason as he looks to build upon a breakout campaign in 2020 and retain his starting job at linebacker Finally, the podcast wrapped up with the other BYU news Cougar fans need to know, including good news from George Udo on his injury recovery and the latest on the BYU men's basketball program continuing to comb through the NCAA Transfer Portal to fill their final open scholarship Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline.AG - There is only one place that has you covered and one place we trust to place our wagers. That's BetOnline! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code "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. Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The CEO / Executive Director of Arizona Sports Foundation, Valley of the Sun Bowl Foundation and Fiesta Events, Inc., community-based organizations that operate the Fiesta Bowl, Guaranteed Rate Bowl, and numerous charitable and community events throughout the state. Prior to heading the Fiesta Bowl, he spent eight years with the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes and Jobing.com Arena, most recently as President and Chief Operating Officer. Before joining the Phoenix Coyotes in January 2006, he spent four seasons with the NHL's Minnesota Wild. He has also been both a football coach and a basketball referee.
Faith-wise, she tells a story here of having a reversion to the faith with her husband after a significant life event. Sports-wise, she worked for college football's Fiesta Bowl for two years, the National Hockey League's Arizona Coyotes for eight years, and at the Central Hockey league for seven years. As a student-athlete she had played both softball and volleyball, and, present day, she still participates in a couple sports recreationally. She is the Executive Director of the Arizona chapter of HopeKids, which provides ongoing events, activities and a powerful, unique support community for families who have a child with cancer or some other life-threatening medical condition.
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Iowa State Cyclones. This program has a history of near misses, mixed with once in a generation occurrences. Two coaches who transformed the program, one legendary coach who would go on to win National Championships away from Ames, one win in the 50th edition of the Fiesta Bowl, one of the great all-time upsets, one controversial loss, three near undefeated seasons, one record setting back, one heated in-state rivalry, one strange case of a coach, one near dynasty and of course, one Cardinal. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support
Chuck opens Monday’s show by talking about the College Football Playoff hinting at soon to be expansion of the field. We then talk South Carolina and Tennessee’s quarterback situation. Jim Nagy of the Senior Bowl joins us to talk NFL Draft. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Another two-parter, with the fastest man in the #NFLSU Draft class...and Zach Von Rosenberg. Kary Vincent Jr. was born a sprinter. Speed is his trademark, whether he's on the football field or the track. But during his journey from LSU to the NFL, KJV has proved he's a fighter, too. On today's Hey Fightin' Podcast, Vincent Jr. talks the heights -- winning the 2019 national championship -- as well as the depths -- losing his father just before the 2019 Fiesta Bowl -- of his time in Baton Rouge. He also discusses the difficulty of stepping away from football for a year, what he learned through the opt-out process, and how hungry he is to get back on the field. Watch Kary's interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH8opUpQD5M Zach Von Rosenberg knows the road to the pros better than anyone else in this year's #NFLSU draft class. That's because he's traveled it before. The former MLB Draft pick is now going through the process again, this time for the NFL. He reflects on the similarities, the differences, his favorite moments as a Tiger, and how long he can kick at the next level. Watch Zach's interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8My5lMRVHLY --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heyfightinpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heyfightinpodcast/support
Yogi Roth joins The Drive to discuss spring football in the Pac-12, expectations for the Utes heading into Saturday's scrimmage, Utah's perception in the Pac-12 region after a decade in the conference, Utah vs Pitt in the Fiesta Bowl, USC QB Jaxson Dart + more
Brandon continues recounting his football journey, this time focusing on his two seasons as a full-time starter for Penn State. These years spanned a "disappointing" encore to the 1994 Big Ten title in '95, punctuated by a legendary snow-swept home victory over Michigan and a bounce-back bowl win against Auburn, followed by an 11-2 season in '96, in which Brandon was named a senior captain and finished out his PSU career as defensive MVP of the Fiesta Bowl. Brandon reflects on this era of Nittany Lions football as well as his struggles breaking into the NFL as an undrafted free agent on the San Francisco practice squad. There's a lot to tell about his time in the pros (Barcelona, Dallas, Washington), and Chris, Kevin, and Mailman kept dragging him into digressions (go figure), so there will be a Part 3 in the not-too-distant future.HOSTED BY: Brandon Noble, Mike Herr, Kevin Horne, Chris BuchignaniSupport Our Great Sponsors:Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Audible: audibletrial.com/ObligatoryPSUForward your registration email to email@example.com & be entered to win a signed Adrian Amos mini helmet!Happy Valley Adventure Bureau: HappyValley.comCentral PA Tasting Trail: CentralPATastingTrail.com
Jared joins me and talks about his HS days, the Fiesta Bowl domination, why he owns and operates his own farm and more!
Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, arts leader and visionary, is Vice President for Cultural Affairs for Arizona State University and Executive Director of ASU Gammage. In this inspiring and warm conversation, Colleen speaks with Hal about the safety measures she’s implementing for ASU’s audiences, the educational and outreach programs she is championing for children and families, and the thing she’s most hoping will change about the theatre in her lifetime. Colleen has artistic, fiscal and administrative responsibility for the historic Frank Lloyd Wright designed ASU Gammage, ASU Kerr Cultural Center, with responsibility for Sun Devil Stadium and Desert Financial Arena for non-athletic activities. She oversees the activation and transformation of Sun Devil Stadium into a year-round hub of cultural activity as ASU 365 Community Union. Colleen was also appointed by ASU President Michael Crow to co-lead the Advisory Council on African American Affairs. The council will enhance diversity, growth and opportunity for Black undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. She serves on The Broadway League's Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Committee, Government Relations Committee, the Executive Committee and the Board of Governors, Labor Committee and co-chairs the Legislative Council and Road Presenters/Intra-Industry Committee and is Arizona's only Tony voter. Colleen is a founding and current member of the Creative Capital Board and Senior Advisor to Women of Color in the Arts, former Association of Performing Arts Professionals board president, served on the National Council on the Arts at the bequest of President Clinton and is a Life Director of the Fiesta Bowl. She is a consultant to universities, international governments and a featured speaker at conferences. In 2020, she has served on multiple panels addressing human rights, justice, diversity, equity and inclusion and the future of Broadway; including interviews with W. Kamau Bell and Tony Award director Kenny Leon related to the pandemic of racism; and participated in the TheaterMakers Summit on getting Broadway touring productions back on the road. Colleen is the recipient of numerous awards including the 2020 National Coalition of 100 Black Women Education Legend, 2019 Valley Leadership Woman of the Year, 2019 ASU West Pioneer Award, National Society of Arts and Letters Medallion of Merit, Valle del Sol’s Mom of the Year, APAP Fan Taylor Award, Black Philanthropy Initiative Honor, The Broadway League's Outstanding Achievement in Presenter Management and Arizona's Governor’s Arts Award. In 2012, The Arizona Republic recognized Colleen for Arizona’s 100th Anniversary as one of the individuals who had the greatest impact in the era. Follow Colleen on Instagram @CJRoggensack. Look out for ASU’s upcoming season of performances at https://www.asugammage.com/. For all things Broadway Biz, visit our Instagram @BroadwayBizPodcast or our website broadwaybizpodcast.com. Have a question for Hal or a topic you'd like him to explore? Send Hal an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
+++ STORIES SELL +++ It's amazing how we are more apt to remember stories than we do facts. I'm able to remember a place, person, or event more if I have an associated story attached. However, if you were to tell me facts and expect me to remember as I do stories, forget it. It ain't happening. This is why someone coined this phrase: Facts tell. Stories sell. Oh, how true this is. Why is it then that leaders don't use more stories in communicating with their people? I believe one of the reasons is vulnerability. It does take some vulnerability to tell stories especially those that are more personal in nature. In today's episode of The Kingsley Grant Show, you'll hear our guest - Jared Buckley - tell a very moving story of his daughter and how it shifted his leadership mindset. He also helps us understand how to be more vulnerable and how to do so even under stress. Take a listen. +++++++++++++ Who is JARED BUCKLEY? Jared Buckley is a dynamic coach/consultant and a leading expert on developing the next generation of leaders within the workforce. His work entails coaching leaders and executives for high-performance behaviors, training for team performance, and keynoting on topics such as emotional intelligence, performance, and stress. Jared has written about millennials, emotional intelligence, and future leadership for such publications as Huffington Post, Lifehack, Addicted2Success. And as a consultant and coach, Jared has worked with such organizations as the Fiesta Bowl, Stantec, Marriott, Central Pierce Fire & Rescue, University of Phoenix Stadium, Pathways, and more. While Jared does love speaking, coaching, and training, he loves his wife and five kids more. For more info, check out www.JaredBuckley.com +++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY from your best hope. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
The Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and Travis Hines spend a good portion reacting to and breaking down Iowa State's victory over Oregon in the Fiesta Bowl. They also preview the 2021 football season and the program they should have on the field this upcoming season. The guys end the program talking hoops and what to expect from this season's Cyclones team.
On Monday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James recaps Oregon's loss in the Fiesta Bowl, Chargers beat reporter Daniel Popper of The Athletic returns to discuss the firing of Anthony Lynn, the Ducks headed to the NFL and those returning, latest at Boise State, Ohio State beat reporter Kevin Noon of Buckeye Grove and SEC Insider Matt Zenitz of AL.com recap the CFP semifinals and preview the national championship
Hythloday joins the pod to chat about that terrible Fiesta Bowl performance from the Oregon Ducks. Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcast
In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods try to make sense of an extremely disappointing bowl season for the Pac-12, with Colorado suffering a blowout loss to Texas in the Alamo Bowl and Oregon getting crushed by Iowa State in the Fiesta Bowl. The guys do their best to put a bow on what ended up being a very underwhelming season for the Pac-12, one that started too late, lacked success for the power programs and ended with only two post-season games, both ending in disaster for the conference. They also release their final 2020 Pac-12 Power Rankings (see below), discuss what Jedd Fisch did to fill out his coaching staff on the offense side of the ball and begin their long off-season run of crazy listener emails and wildly off-topic discussions. Please subscribe, give the POC a five-star rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts! 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 email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With Ross Peterson gone on a Disney family vacation Chris Williams is joined by Andrew Downs through the first two segments as they discuss Iowa State's Fiesta Bowl win and living in the moment for the Cyclones. They also discuss Iowa's narrow victory over Rutgers on the road and then do a deep dive on Hawkeye basketball to end the first hour.
John Canzano returns from vacation and talks to legendary sports personality Lee "Hacksaw" Hamilton about the Chargers and Justin Herbert's future with the firing of coach Anthony Lynn. He also speaks with Jon Wilner about the Ducks' Fiesta Bowl loss and whether he expects the Pac-12 to move on from Larry Scott this spring. We also play The Big Splash, the 2@2, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks Jon Wilner of the Bay Area News Group about Oregon's disappointing showing in the Fiesta Bowl, how impactful the 2020 season was for the perception of the conference, and his thoughts on the future of Larry Scott. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
On Thursday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James recaps the brawl that marred the end of the Armed Forces Bowl, how the NFLPA doesn't want to practice in offseason, breaking down the Fiesta Bowl and Hold All Tickets, our weekly picks
What a day at the office let’s goooo!! Another winning day we CASH the OVER of 65 between Florida Oklahoma as well as our 3 team NBA Parlay and Clippers -3.5 over the Blazers! We move on to New Years Day College Football Breakdowns! I’m taking Buckeyes +7.5 (reluctantly) and Clemson ML and pairing it with something. I like a 2 team 7 point teaser that teases down Alabama to -12 or -12.5 and also Clemson to a pick ‘em The game by the numbers: Ohio State +7.5 (current spread) Ohio State ranks No. 101 nationally in red zone conversion rate & No. 67 nationally in red zone touchdown conversions Clemson's defense ranks in the top 30 nationally in both opponent red zone conversions & opponent red zone touchdown rate this year The Tigers' passing attack is averaging 343.8 yards per game, which is the best in the ACC and No. 7 among all FBS Buckeyes did not allow 300 yards passing against any other opponent except Indiana this year teams. Fields coming off 12-of-27 passes for 114 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions in the Big Ten Championship Game vs Northwestern The Buckeyes won the box score vs Clemson in last year's Fiesta Bowl with more total yards and first downs ND vs Bama -19.5 The Tide are winning games by more than 30 points Alabama is leading the nation converting almost 60% of its third downs Alabama is the nation's second-highest scoring team averaging an impressive 1.62 points per minute of possession. Senior Ian Book (30-4) trails only Lawrence in career wins by active quarterbacks Book enters with a ratio of 15 passing touchdowns to two interceptions, and he's scored four or more touchdowns in a single game twice this season To follow highlights during the games @MoneylineMonaco on all social media platforms
Host Adam Burke and pro bettor and handicapper Brad Powers had a lot to talk about as we wrapped up our 2020 shows on ATS Radio. The guys discussed the Liberty Bowl, Peach Bowl, Citrus Bowl, Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Gator Bowl, Outback Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and Orange Bowl on the college football side, along with some general talking points about how the bowl season has gone so far, comparing conferences, and bowl bounces for next season. On the NFL side, Adam and Brad sorted through the different scenarios and betting considerations for Week 17, highlighting why derivative betting and live betting seems to be the way to go in these games. The guys discussed the different betting mindsets and also looked deeper at Packers vs. Bears, Cowboys vs. Giants, Jets vs. Patriots, Seahawks vs. 49ers, and Raiders vs. Broncos.
Guest host Judah Newby talks with James Crepea who coveres the Oregon Ducks at the Oregonian. Newby asks Crepea about his expectations for the Ducks' Fiesta Bowl match-up with Iowa State, what will be key on both sides of the ball for Oregon, and they touch on the rumors surrounding defensive coordinator Andy Avalos, plus more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
A. Bowl Week Recap 1. Instant reaction to Oklahoma St vs. Miami 2. Liberty upsets Coastal Carolina in OT 3. Zach Wilson, BYU blows out UCF 4. Memphis beats FAU 25-10 B. Transfer Portal news 1. Tennessee loses two QBs to the portal 2. FSU lands former #1 JUCO recruit from UGA 3. FSU WR Warren Thompson officially enters the portal C. Transfer Portal recruit to watch your team to land 1. Sebastian- FSU 2. Mikey- Miami 3. Sheehan- Florida 4. Hector- FSU, Miami & Florida D. Head coach you expect to leave/fired? 1. Which head coach do you think could possibly leave or get fired soon? F. Bowl Game Picks 1. Florida vs. Oklahoma Cotton Bowl 2. Georgia vs. Cincinnati Peach Bowl 3. Auburn vs. Northwestern Citrus Bowl 4. Ole Miss vs. Indiana Outback Bowl 5. Oregon vs. Iowa State Fiesta Bowl 6. Texas A&M vs. UNC Orange Bowl 7. Notre Dame vs. Alabama CFP Semi 8. Ohio State vs. Clemson CFP Semi
On Tuesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, Andy Avalos responds to Boise State rumors, Barrett Sallee of CBSSports.com returns to discuss the college football season and CFP, Oregon NT Jordon Scott confirms the Fiesta Bowl is his last game and Deommodore Lenoir leaves open chance of return, Arizona basketball reporter Bruce Pascoe of the Arizona Daily Star returns to review the one-year postseason ban for the Wildcats
Ohio State vs Clemson once again. Can The Buckeyes finally get a win over The Tigers? How will they stop the potent Clemson offense or is their only realistic option to slow them down enough to outscore them?Jared and Kyle also take a moment to reflect on last year's Fiesta Bowl and what lessons can be learned from that loss. Master Link: http://theSloopcast.comMusic:Paper Morning (https://papermorning.bandcamp.com/)Better Off (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBwUPoxv7FQ)#GoBucks, #OhioState, #BuckeyeNation, #Buckeyes
The Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and Travis Hines recap the Iowa State football regular season and the loss to Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship game. They talk about the woes of the basketball team and then preview the Fiesta Bowl appearance vs Oregon.
Guests: Erik Gundersen, Tyson Alger Guest-hosts Peter Sampson & Judah Newby react to the Blazers impressive win over the Lakers with Erik Gundersen of USA Today/Associated Press, plus The Athletic's Tyson Alger details why he favors Oregon over Iowa State in the Fiesta Bowl. We also play Punch It! Audio, the 2 at 2, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Guest hosts Peter Sampson and Judah Newby talk with Tyson Alger of The Athletic ahead of the Oregon Ducks' Fiesta Bowl match-up with No. 10 Iowa State. Alger shares what immediately stands out to him in the match-up with the Cyclones. Newby asks Alger how Oregon will approach their quarterback situation, how a rested and healthy defense will perform, and whether or not Ducks fans should be concerned with the Andy Avalos and Boise State rumors, plus more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
The guys kick off the show discussing Ross' "Newsies" cap that he got as a Christmas present but then get into the loss of friend of the program John Pettit of the Iowa Barnstormers. They also chat about Iowa having their Music City Bowl cancelled due to opponent Missouri's COVID-19 cases and preview the Fiesta Bowl week for Iowa State. Chris also wonders why he gets his Chicago Bulls game blacked out when fans aren't allowed. College hoops is also discusses as Drake is undefeated, Iowa loses to Minnesota and the Hawkeyes take on 3-0 Northwestern tomorrow.
With Erick Zamora in for AD the guys kick off the show talking about hockey sweaters and Zamora and Fales explain to Murph what a fight strap is and why hockey fights sometimes turn topless. Then Missouri cancelling the Music City Bowl against Iowa and the guys explain why it stinks and how the Hawkeyes can't reschedule against someone else, ending their football season. They also chat Iowa State's Fiesta Bowl appearance against Oregon. After Birthdays they relive the Minnesota Golden Gophers upsetting the Hawkeyes in men's basketball and Iowa falls in the AP rankings because of it. Then the guys finish up the hour talking Throwdowns including overreactions to winter snowstorms.
In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods recap all of the Pac-12 week 7 action that included a second-straight Pac-12 Championship for the Oregon Ducks, a crazy comeback for Utah, an impressive ground and pound approach from ASU and a back-and-forth battle between Stanford and UCLA. The guys also preview the Alamo Bowl between Colorado and Texas and the Fiesta Bowl between Oregon and Iowa State, making their final picks of the season against the spread. They also discuss Arizona hiring Jedd Fisch to become the next head coach and go over a few of the high profile players who will leave college football and test the NFL waters. Please subscribe, give the POC a five-star rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts! 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
On this Wednesday episode from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Stephen Means and Nathan Baird break the pod into three parts.First up, a discussion on the news of freshman slot receiver Mookie Cooper entering the the transfer portal. What does it mean for the OSU receiver room? Plus, why is Michigan firing assistant coaches and not the head coach?Then, Doug, Nathan and Stephen offer their opinions of Clemson, and where they think the Tigers could give the Buckeyes the most trouble.Finally, Matt Connolly, the Clemson beat writer for www.thestate.com, joins Doug to break down Clemson position group by position group and to analyze where the Tigers are better and worse compared to the team that beat Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl last year.Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For the second time in 12 months, Ohio State is set to face off with Clemson in the No. 2 vs. No. 3 game in the College Football Playoff semifinals.Last year, the Tigers escaped with a dramatic win in an all-time great college football classic. Can the Buckeyes turn the tables in the 2021 Sugar Bowl?Buckeye Scoop beat reporter Tony Gerdeman joins host Tom Orr to examine how this year's Ohio State team stacks up to the one that came up juust short in the Fiesta Bowl. Where are the 2020 Buckeyes better than the previous year's team, and where have they taken a step back?
We have a rematch-laden CFB Playoff playoff setup for 2020, with No. 1 Alabama looking to once again blow out No. 4 Notre Dame and Clemson and Ohio State gearing up for a redux of their Fiesta Bowl thriller. Trey Scott and Chris Hummer break down the two semifinals and discuss whether the committee got it right in leaving out Texas A&M and Cincinnati. Host: Trey Scott Guest: Chris Hummer Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For the last 12 months it has felt almost destined for Ohio State and Clemson to meet again after they played a classic Fiesta Bowl. Now, it's just 11 days away from happening. The Buckeyes and Tigers are set to face off in the 2021 Sugar Bowl with a spot in the National Championship Game on the line. Buckeye Scoop beat reporter Tony Gerdeman joins host Tom Orr to share some initial thoughts on the matchup. The Tigers are favored by more than a touchdown, does that seem high? Is having played only six games this season an advantage or disadvantage for Ohio State? And does Dabo Swinney consider the Buckeyes something of a rival?