On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about last night's Thursday Night Football game between the Panthers and Texans, Christian McCaffrey's status after injuring his hamstring, Jaycee Horn potentially being out 2-3 months with a broken foot, whether or not Sam Darnold is for real, and Pat and AJ Hawk go through the entire week 3 NFL slate. Joining Pat and AJ Hawk is a future Hall of Famer, 2x Super Bowl Champion, 2008 Defensive POY, 5x Pro Bowler, 4x All-Pro, one of the stars of the Starz series Heels, promoting his Football Life on NFL Network which premieres tonight at 9, James Harrison. Pat, James, and AJ chat about the process of making his Football Life and what the experience was like, if he's got any upcoming roles in films or TV, and much much more (40:32-56:13). Next, 5x Pro Bowler, 4x All-Pro, Hall of Fame finalist, former Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Viking great, Jared Allen joins Pat and AJ to chat about the Hall of Fame process and whether he enjoys it or dreads it, if he still enjoys watching the NFL, what he thinks of this year's Vikings team, and more (56:15-1:22:25). Later, joining the show for another Feel Good Friday is Netflix legend, star of season 3 and 4 of Last Chance U, Coach Jason Brown. Pat and Coach JB chat about the state of college football, his thoughts on the Charlie Brewer situation, how he would recruit Arch Manning, what's pissing him off right now, and more (1:22:27-1:48:25). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
Eagles QB Jalen Hurts tells Rich what's different between this year and his rookie season, what new head coach Nick Sirianni brings to the team, how he's preparing to face the Cowboys in Monday Night Football's NFC East showdown, and whys his mindset didn't change once was named Philly's starting QB. Former All-Pro Linebacker James Harrison and Rich discuss his improbable ‘A Football Life' journey from NFL practice-squad player to 2-time Super Bowl champion, why the perceived rift between Bill Belichick and Tom Brady is a media fabrication, and how the Steelers should adjust their offense with Ben Roethlisberger approaching the end of the line. TJ Jefferson lists his Top 5 Spawns of Stars among Kobe Bryant, Barry Bonds, The Rock, Michael Douglas and Peyton Manning. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of bigger Than the Game, the guys celebrate 10 years of the NFL Network Documentary Series "A Football Life"!! The guys talk about why they love this series!! Then they each give their five favorite episodes and those that just missed the cut. All this and more on Bigger Than the Game with Deremy and Jose!!
Ryen is joined by television's Scott Van Pelt to catch up on life, the college football season, SVP's illustrious acting career, and their favorite Norm Macdonald memories (00:33). Then, The Ringer's Kevin Clark stops by for everyone's favorite Formula 1 segment, Going Abroad, after Daniel Ricciardo's big win over the weekend (50:10). Finally, Ryen closes it out with some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (71:40). Host: Ryen Russillo Guests: Scott Van Pelt and Kevin Clark Producers: Steve Ceruti and Stefan Anderson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Renowned author and journalist Michael Calvin joins us again to discuss his latest book, which takes a look at the very soul of football, at a time when the world was crying out for the beautiful game to bring us some joy. Written against the backdrop of Calvin's life in the game, this is a heart-wrenching and heart-warming chat in equal measure.
Fresh off of Charles Woodson's Hall of Fame speech and induction into Canton, we thought it would be a good time to go back and watch the A Football Life episode featuring the legendary defensive back for this week's documentary recap. One word that's synonymous with Woodson's career from high school in Fremont, Ohio to his career at Michigan and then to his illustrious 18-year NFL career is unique. He's done things on and off the football field that are truly remarkable and we took some time to go back and talk about it. In this episode we discuss: Woodson's decision to pass on Ohio St and attend Michigan despite being Ohio's Mr. Football Him wearing Forrest Gump braces as a kid An amazing high school highlight reel His memorable junior season at Michigan and him winning the Heisman Trophy over Peyton Manning First stint with Raiders including his role in the Tuck Rule play which featured his former Michigan teammate, Tom Brady His career resurgence with the Packers His off the field achievements Guy loves wine For more, visit us online at http://distantreplaypodcast.com
A Football Life: Roger Staubach is one of the more interesting installments of the NFL Network series. To say Staubach has lived a full life would be an understatement. This makes this a natural fit to do for the podcast. From attending the Naval Academy, to becoming the quarterback of Americas Team (Dallas Cowboys), to his lucrative business ventures post retirement a feature film could be done on the life of “Captain America” and you would have more than enough content. In this episode we discuss: his career at Navy and Staubach being the first player involved in a “Heisman campaign” Not becoming the starting QB of the Cowboys until age 29 His unique and sometimes confusing relationship with Tom Landry The fight with Clint Longley The countless inspirational stories of Roger Staubach helping people Him coining the phrase “Hail Mary” Legendary interview with Phyllis George His post football life including his real estate business that he sold for a ton of money Much much more... Make sure you visit us online at http://distantreplaypodcast.com
Episode 38 of the podcast welcomes Bob Chesney, the head football coach at the College of the Holy Cross. Chesney began his head coaching career at Salve Regina University in 2010. In his first year he led Salve Regina to a 6-4 record, snapping a streak of 8-straight losing seasons.In 2013 Chesney was named head coach at Assumption College and in 2015 he led the Greyhounds to an 11-2 record. Chesney was named the Northeast-10 Coach of the Year, the New England Football Writers Coach of the Year, and the Hero Sports Division II National Coach of the Year.In 2018, Chesney was named head coach at Holy Cross, where he enters his 4th season this fall. In 2019 Chesney led Holy Cross to the school's first Patriot League championship in 10 years and the third NCAA FCS berth in program history. Chesney was named the Patriot League Coach of the Year after posting a 5-1 record in conference play to tie the school single-season record for Patriot League victories. Under Chesney's guidance, Holy Cross has won back-to-back Patriot League Championships and produced 35 All-Conference selections.
Episode 37 of the podcast welcomes Bailey Cate, former punter for Old Dominion University. Cate grew up in Orange Park, FL where he averaged 44 yards per punt his senior year and was named the #1 HS punter in Florida by several recruiting services. In his true freshman season at Old Dominion Cate was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team. He punted 57 times with 23 fair catches and 25 punts downed inside the 20-yard line. He also kicked two extra points and was 1/1 on FG against NC State. Cate would go on to appear in every game the next 3 seasons at Old Dominion, setting records for punts in a season (w/ 66), punts inside the 20 (w/ 84), and the ODU career record for career punts (w/ 244), totaling 9,648 yards (5.5 miles).
Episode 36 of the podcast welcomes Chris Harvey, current head coach for Clearwater Central Catholic HS. Harvey grew up in Accoville, WV and was a two-sport athlete at Man HS, playing football and baseball. He would choose to play football for the University of Miami over West Virginia, Wake Forest, and Virginia Tech. In Harvey’s redshirt freshman season with the Hurricanes he was named the winner of the Albert Bentley Award, given to the team’s Most Valuable Walk-On. He perfectly executed 18 FG snaps, 50 long snaps, and 58 conversion kicks (126 total snaps) during his first season starting for the Hurricanes. The following season Harvey would be placed on full scholarship, where he would go on to win the 2001 Rose Bowl National Championship.
Born in a small Mississippi town with a father as his football coach, Brett Favre became one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play in the NFL. His blue-collar approach and gun-slinger mentality endeared him to the Green Bay Packers fans for life. On this episode of Distant Replay, we go back to watch the NFL Films documentary A Football Life: Brett Favre to get a full look back over the life and career of number four. Join us as we share our thoughts on the film and what we learned from this episode. Surprisingly, there were some things we didn't know. For more, visit us online at http://distantreplaypodcast.com
Being a rookie in the NFL is hard enough. Walking into the locker room for the Pittsburgh Steelers will add an element of intimidation that only a few will ever realize. This wasn't the case for Merril. He took his opportunity head on and went on to be a key to the Steelers success in the late 80's and early 90's. After finishing his career in Chicago, Merril discusses how he came into the television scene and why his innate mindset to “find a way” helped him get to where he is today.One thing that can't be questioned: the mental abuse golf inflicts on anyone. There is no discrimination. Merril discusses his love for golf and the time he played with The King (Arnold Palmer) in a golf event where Merril was filling in for a fellow teammate. Needless to say, Mr. Palmer never wanted to play with Merril againKey Links:Visit Linksoul.com and use promo code "Chasinbirdies25" for 25% off your orderStay tuned for more info on winning custom headcovers from WinstonCollection.comOur Tap-in segment is sponsored by Forty4Concierge.com-----Follow Chasin' Birdies on Instagram @chasin_birdies.Chasin' Birdies is hosted by Ryan Bashour and Jonathan Pepe and is proudly recorded in West Virginia. Produced by Simpler Media.
Episode 35 of the podcast welcomes Collin Mills. A native of Citra, FL, Mills played OL/DL for North Marion HS. In his junior year he also earned the starting LS position. By his senior season, Mills was a nationally ranked, 5-star LS. He would commit to UCF out of high school but would eventually transfer to Southern Miss. Mills would earn the starting LS position for the Golden Eagles, playing in every game as the team's snapper on punts, field goals and extra points. More importantly, he did not have a block on any punts or field goals in an entire season.In Episode 35, Coach Lundy and Collin Mills discuss the business of playing college football, specialization and its role in sports, and life after football.
Episode 34 of the podcast welcomes Grant Goupil, former punter for Mercer University. Goupil grew up in Orlando, FL where he was a 3-sport athlete for Lake Mary High School. He was named the starting punter as a true freshman at Mercer, playing in all 11 games with an average of 41.3 yards on 58 punts. Goupil would redshirt his sophomore year and return his junior season to earn the starting punter position. He graduated on May 17, 2021 (a day before the podcast recording) with a major in Cinematography and Film/Video Production.Coach Dan Lundy and Grant Goupil discuss transitioning from high school to college athletics, dealing with setbacks, the importance of preparation, and so much more!
Episode 33 welcomes Coach Kevin Moritis. Moritis is the head coach for Valley State, a post grad football program in Orlando, FL. He's coached football for over 25 in both high school and college, winning multiple Florida HS state championships with St. Thomas Aquinas and serving as a volunteer coach at Florida Atlantic University. Moritis is an annual staff member for the Spiral Tropic Bowl and All American Classic games, and he is the founder of Defense University.
Episode 32 of 4th Down Focus welcomes Will Przystup, punter for the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers. Przystup is a native of Oviedo, FL where he grew up playing basketball and football. In 2018, during his senior year of high school he committed to Michigan State. By the end of his redshirt freshman season he was named the Spartans' starting punter. In 2019, Przystup transferred to Nebraska where he's contributed as both a punter and kickoff specialist in 2 seasons with the Cornhuskers. Coach Lundy and Przystup discuss punting and a student-athlete's journey through recruiting, competition, academics, adversity, and the business of major college football.
Episode 31 of the podcast welcomes Coach Lary Hurlbut. Coach Hurlbut is one of the only special teams coordinators in the nation who kicked and punted in college (Edward Waters College and Campbellsville University). After college, Hurlbut served for 8 years in the United States Air Force before returning back to the Jacksonville, FL area in 2016. He’s coached high school football in KY, NC, and FL, and played 4 years of semi-pro football for the Panama City Beach Patriots, River City Commandos and the Florida Falcons. Currently, Coach Hurlbut is the special teams coordinator at Jacksonville Athletic Academy in Jacksonville, FL.
Episode 30 of the podcast welcomes Coach Brendan Cahill. For the past 6 years, Coach Cahill has helped parents, players, and coaches make sense of the recruiting, training, and development of specialists.Cahill was a specialist at Hartwick College from 2009-2011 before going on to earn his Master’s in Education from Boston University. With over a decade of secondary teaching experience, Cahill founded Cahill Kicking and began to utilize both his teaching and coaching backgrounds to support his athletes.Because of this, Cahill Kicking students have gone on to play college football for Notre Dame, Iowa State, Vanderbilt, UCONN, Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Central Connecticut, and New Hampshire. Cahill also hosts a podcast, The Coach Cahill Show, that features world class athletes and coaches who have helped others, and themselves, get out of their own away and move the needle on their performance.
Episode 29 of the podcast welcomes Coach Matt Dubuc, head coach for Cardinal Gibbons HS in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Dubuc played for the Cardinal Gibbons Chiefs in the early 90’s, leading the Chiefs to the state finals in 1992. He later committed to the Texas Tech Red Raiders, where he played WR, RB, KR, and PR. His performance for the Red Raiders drew interest from the CFL, where Dubuc would be drafted in the first round of the 1997 CFL Draft by the Toronto Argonauts. He would later be traded to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers where he would retire after the 1999 season. After the CFL, Dubuc coached receivers for 2 years at West Texas A&M while serving as their NFL film liaison. Dubuc is currently in his 18th year coaching at his alma mater, Cardinal Gibbons, and he is in his 6th year as the head coach. He won the 2018 Florida 5A State Championship (the first in school history) and in 2020 the Chiefs won a second title. Cardinal Gibbons has made the playoffs in all 6 seasons under Dubuc.
Detroit Lions running back Jamaal Williams (@jswaggdaddy) joins Chris, Jeremy and Ryan for an explosive interview with lots of laughs and fun conversation. Jamaal touches on all things, from the meaning of positive competition, the toughest Lion to play against when he was on the Packers, what brought him to join the squad in Detroit, and - of course - plenty of anime talk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nick McQuarry is a native of Jacksonville, FL, where he was a standout football and tennis player at Mandarin High School. McQuarry played football at Rice University, where he developed a passion for sports analytics. He is currently an intern with Blast Motion in Carlsbad, CA, where his focus is in bio-mechanical statistical analysis. In episode 28, Coach Lundy and Nick McQuarry discuss recruiting, the life of a college specialist, the power of intelligence, and the essentials for student-athlete success. For more information on 4th Down University, visit www.4thDownU.com.
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Ryan Phillips speaks with former teammates Kevin Glenn and John Bowman. In the first of a two-part series. What would they have done differently in their playing days? What’s the best advice they’d give players now? They also discuss the biggest mistakes, best lessons & Dos & Don’ts for current players.
Freddie Capshaw is one of the finest punters in the University of Miami's history. He is a two-time All-BIG EAST selection (2000 & 2001), four-time BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Week, and a 2002 Rose Bowl National Champion. Capshaw scored both a rushing and passing touchdown against Florida State and Syracuse respectively. He is the only FBS punter in modern football history to accomplish this. Currently, Capshaw owns Avaun Tire Supply Inc. in Portland, Oregon where he lives with his family.In Episode 27, Coach Dan Lundy and Freddie Capshaw discuss the importance of versatility, recruiting, distractions, mindset, and what was essential to Capshaw's success as a specialist.
Pat Curran was a defensive back at Bowling Green University in the early 2000's. He later received his master’s degree from Ashland University where he served as a defensive backs coach for 2 seasons. Today, Curran is based in Los Angeles where he co-founded Curran Media Co., a marketing, management, and brand development company specializing in athletes and coaches.For more information on Curran Media Co., visit: https://www.curranmedia.co/
Ricardo Allen began his football career at Mainland High School in Daytona Beach, FL. In his senior year he would accept a scholarship offer from Purdue University, where he would impressive NCAA career totals: 250 tackles, 3 sacks, 2, forced fumbles 13 interceptions, 4 touchdowns, and 22 pass deflections. As a result, Allen was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the 5th round of the 2014 NFL Draft.Allen played the last 7 seasons for the Atlanta Falcons and is currently a free agent. Since 2015, Allen started in 76 games for Atlanta: recording 340 tackles, 11 interceptions and 1 sack. He was a 4 time team captain, and in 2019 Allen was named the Falcons' nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award.A leader in both the locker room and his community, Allen was one of the driving forces behind the Falcons' Social Justice Committee, addressing social justice issues in Atlanta. He also hosts a free youth football clinic (The RA37Camp) each March in Daytona Beach, FL. For more info on this free annual event, visit www.4thDownU.com.
Episode 24 of the podcast welcomes Coach Eric Lodge, current head football coach at Sanford Seminole High School! Lodge led the Seminoles to an undefeated 2020 regular season that concluded with a Class 8A Florida state championship. In January, 2021, he was unanimous named the Florida High School Football Coach Of The Year!Coach Lodge sits down with 4th Down Focus host, Dan Lundy, to discuss life, football, and of course, special teams. Lodge shares his perspective on the importance of the kicking game, defines what a 'coach' means to him, and addresses a coach’s primary role on a team.Finally, learn what coaches are looking for in a specialist, particularly kickers, punters, and snappers.
Episode 23 welcomes Matt Wright, former UCF kicker and current Detroit Lions kicker!Wright, a native of Lancaster, PA, was touted the No. 46 specialist in the nation by ESPN out of high school. He would choose to play football for the University of Central Florida and go on to have one of the best careers in the school's history.Wright's honors at UCF:• Most points in a career with 375• Most career field goals made with 55• 212 PATs, a program record, including 153 PATs in a row (another school record)• Connected on 55/71 field goals, making 75% career attempts (tied for the all-time record at UCF)• Named Order of Pegasus; most prestigious award at UCF, recognizing exemplary performance in academics, university involvement, leadership, and community serviceAfter UCF, Wright signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers as an un-drafted free agent following the 2019 NFL Draft. He was waived in final cuts before being selected by the Tampa Bay Vipers in Phase 5 of the 2020 XFL Draft. He would be released by Tampa during training camp but would re-sign with the Steelers in November, 2020.This season, Wright was elevated to Pittsburgh’s active roster for Weeks 13, 16, and 17. He finished the season making all 4 of his FG attempts and all 7 extra point attempts. His practice squad contract with the Steelers expired on January 18, 2021, but 4 days later the Detroit Lions signed Wright to a futures contract . Currently, Wright is preparing for the 2021 season in hopes to make the Lion’s 53 man roster.In this episode, Wright and Dan Lundy discuss a variety of subjects from handling adversity, time management, training advice, and the expectations of kicking in the NFL.
Episode 22 welcomes Coach Marc Deas, head football coach of the Feltrim Sports Academy. A native to central Florida, Deas was a standout safety for Kissimmee Osceola HS, where he caught the attention of several college football programs before committing to the University of Georgia. After earning his degree in communications, Deas began his coaching career as an assistant coach for his alma mater, the Kissimmee Osceola Kowboys. He would go on to hold various high school coaching positions, being promoted from a wide receiver coach to defensive coordinator, and eventually being named the head coach of Tohopekaliga High School in2019. Deas was honored as the 2019-2020 Osceola County Coach of the Year after sending 5 players to college in 2020 in only his second year with the program.In December 2020, Deas agreed to terms with Feltrim Academy to be the next head coach of the football program. Deas is responsible for the start-up of the post-graduate football program which will begin training in July, 2021 in Haines City, FL.
Episode 21 of the podcast welcomes Travis Roland, current head coach for Flagler Palm Coast. Roland played for Mainland High School, serving as captain and leading the team to its only football state championship in school history. Roland continued his football career at Bethune-Cookman University and his play earned him 1st Team All-MEAC honors his senior season.After college Roland spent time in the Arena Football League before beginning his coaching career at Seabreeze High School. A few years later Roland accepted the defensive coordinator position at his alma mater, Mainland High School. During his time at Mainland, the team went 58-10, shutting out 19 opponents and ending the season ranked 14th in the United States in the MaxPreps Super 25 poll. In 2016, Roland accepted his first head coaching position at Flagler Palm Coast, where he's changing the culture one day at a time.In this episode Coach Lundy and Coach Roland discuss establishing a team’s culture, what unsigned athletes should be doing after National Signing Day, and how special teams has impacted each of their careers.
Episode 20 features Matt Beardall, current NFL free agent and former long snapper for Marshall University! In his senior season he was selected an All-State Honorable Mention. This caught the attention of Marshall University, where Beardall would eventually commit and have one of the best long snapping careers in Thundering Herd history. Beardall's highlights at Marshall:- 48 consecutive starts- 2x C-USA All-Conference 1st Team (2018, 2019 seasons)- Member of the C-USA All-Freshman Team (awarded to 5 specialists in the conference)Matt Beardall sits down with Coach Lundy to discuss Beardall's background in baseball and lacrosse as a young athlete, and how they helped to develop his body for snapping.Beardall is one of the most decorated long snappers in Marshall history, but how he got his first start for the Thundering Herd may surprise you. Beardall shares technical advice, and his process of compartmentalizing different components of the snap (footwork, hands, weight distribution, etc) to ensure he is is best on game day. The life of a free agent is a full time job. Off the field (weight room, film, treatment, etc.) is equally as important and requires more time than on field training. Beardall breaks down a typical week and how he balances this.Learn who Beardall credits for his high school long snapping exposure and how he got the interest of college coaches. He shares his opinion on training, exposure camps, university camps, etc., and how much the specialist industry has evolved in the last 5 years. This, and so much more, on Episode 20 of 4th Down Focus!
Mac Loudermilk is a current NFL free agent and former punter for the University of Central Florida. In 2018, Loudermilk was named college football's 'Most Interesting Man.'Loudermilk, a native of Valdosta, GA, played both quarterback and punter at Valdosta High School. ESPN rated Loudermilk a 3 star punter and the #41 specialist in the nation. He was also ranked the No. 56 dual-threat quarterback by 247Sports and named the 2013 All-Region 1-6A Georgia Special Teams Player of the Year!After his time at Valdosta High Loudermilk took his talents to the UCF Knights, where he had a legendary career. Loudermilk's career highlights at UCF:Named the 2018 Peter Mortell National CFB Holder of the Year Award2018: 47 punts for 2,042 yds w/ a 43.4 punting average; 8th best single season average in CFB history2017: Dropped 19/41 punts inside the 20 yard line in a season; forced 23 fair catches w/ a 39.5 yard average, not hitting a touchback once all yearNamed to the 2016-17 American All-Academic Team In Episode 19, Coach Lundy sits down with Mac Loudermilk to discuss the life of an NFL free agent punter and his journey leading up to this point. Loudermilk shares his development through youth sports, and which he believes are the best for strengthening core muscle groups needed for punting. After a stellar high school career Loudermilk accepted an offer from UCF. Learn what helped him make the transition from a backup freshman punter to one of the best in the University of Central Florida’s history.Loudermilk addresses the ups and downs of being a free agent and the mindset needed to endure. He shares his current weekly training schedule, breaking it down day to day, involving himself in the following activities: field work, weight training, film study, treatment, and recovery.Learn what Mac Loudermilk means by 'being certain of the uncertain' in this episode of 4th Down Focus!
Episode 18 of the podcast welcomes Nick DiCairano, current NFL free agent and former All-American kicker for Endicott College!DiCairano, a Connecticut native, didn’t begin kicking until his senior year in high school. Although he didn’t have much time, Nick caught the attention of Pace University, where he played 2 seasons before transferring to Endicott University. In 2019, his final season at Endicott, DiCairano earned the following honors:2019 Dream Bowl Special Teams MVP2019 National Bowl College All-Star Game Special Teams MVP2019 NEFW All-New England Team (Kicker)2019 CCC Football All-Conference 1st Team (Kicker)2019 D3Football.com Preseason All-America 1st Team (Kicker)In this episode, Coach Lundy talks to Nick DiCairano about his unique journey of becoming a kicker in the NFL. Learn what sport helped prepare him for football, his experience as a college transfer, his mindset and why it's essential to becoming a successful kicker, dealing with injuries, the pandemic, dealing with setbacks, and the importance of intrinsic motivation.