The Wendy's Big Show, Hour 3: It's only Week 2, but this Packers vs Lions game feels like an important one. How close to a must-win is this game for the Packers? Gary and Sparky five their thoughts. Former USC and NFL QB Sean Salisbury joins the program to talk about the vacancy at the USC coaching job, why tradition no longer matters in college football, and he previews Wisconsin-Notre Dame and Packers-Lions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former USC and NFL QB Sean Salisbury joins the program to talk about the vacancy at the USC coaching job, why tradition no longer matters in college football, and he previews Wisconsin-Notre Dame and Packers-Lions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Charlie opens the show with the Astros win over the Rangers and Jose Siri's big night in his first ever start. A big night in Vegas as the Raiders beat the Ravens but Charlie took issue with Jon Gruden's overtime strategy. USC fires Clay Helton two games in the season and it did not sit well with FORMER USC fan Charlie Pallilo.
Former USC and NFL QB Sean Salisbury had a lot of fun on the No Filter Network talking social media and football. Salisbury's energy and passion is a treat to listen to! The former ESPN football host talks about Cam Newton being cut by the Patriots and gives his thoughts on Matthew Stafford with the Rams. We also talk college football including Alabama and his alma mater USC. Sean and I will be on No Filter every Tuesday and Thursday at 4pm ET.
Dive into the latest episode of Riding The Pine, as I open things up with a discussion on the NBA draft and share the draft picks I liked and didn't like and which 2nd round selections I could see being big impact players for their new respective teams (3:20-24:10). I was then joined by a wonderful guest with an even better story as to how he achieved his life long goal in football, former USC football walk on, Chris Caulk (24:21-52:02)! Chris shares how he overcame adversity in his career to make it to the USC football team, what kept him motivated to keep going despite the obstacles he ran into and so much more! Intro: 0:00-2:00NBA Draft Recap and Review: 3:20-24:10Interview w/ Chris Caulk: 24:21-52:02Outro: 52:03 -52:59
Thomas R. Williams is a former linebacker who played his college football at USC. He was a 5th round pick by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2008 NFL Draft and spent five seasons with Jacksonville, Seattle, New England, Buffalo, Carolina and Tampa. He retired from football after suffering a neck injury in 2012. In college, Williams was dubbed "The Hitman" and was a team captain that helped the Trojans to a 59-6 record and two national titles. His teammates voted him as the team's most inspirational player in the 2007 season. Thomas is a professional speaker who leads a non-profit called "Pursuits of Greatness" where he helps college student athletes prepare for life after playing sports. He is the author of two books including "Permission to Dream" and "The Relentless Pursuit of Greatness." Today on the podcast, Thomas R. Williams shares his story of coming to Christ, what it means to him to be the "Professional Reminder," playing for coach Pete Carroll at USC and how he moved from passion to purpose. --- If you enjoyed this podcast with Thomas R. Williams, we know you'll love these conversations as well: - Ben Malcolmson, Pete Carroll's Assistant - Jon Gordon, Author/Speaker Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.
Former USC QB and our resident TrojanSports analyst Max Browne is back on the show to break down the spring game, what he saw from the freshman quarterbacks, plus thoughts on Kedon Slovis, the offensive line, key injuries, Drake London and much more.
USC basketball is heading to the Elite Eight for the first time since 2001 with hopes on becoming the first USC team to make the Final Four since 1953-54. Former Trojans' staff member and assistant Martin Bahar, who is now an assistant coach at San Diego joins Shotgun Spratling to discuss his takeaways from watching the Trojans’ March Madness success. We also talk with USC’s former director of scouting about putting together game plans in an NCAA tournament setting and pick his brain about the Trojans’ Elite Eight opponent, Gonzaga, who Bahar and San Diego have faced in West Coast Conference play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today I am sitting down with Hillary Higgins, the Associate Director of College Counseling at The Nueva School and a former USC Admissions Counselor. We dive into the following topics... How important it is for the student to decide if they want to share their mental health on their college app Talking about your mental health journey in a solution-focused way to showcase your growth and perseverance Why having navigated mental health in high school can make you a better college applicant If your mental health impacted your grades, how to address this in your application Unique ways to research colleges to find your perfect fit without visiting the campus PODCAST PARTNERS...
Mariya Moore - Former USC & Louisville Star… Talks about how to attain greatness, becoming a lawyer & much more!!!Mariya Moore is a former High School All-American and Louisville & USC standout. Mariya finished her career at Louisville making all conference every in her first three years as well as finishing 13th all time in scoring, 9th in assists, 5th in 3-pointers made and 7th in free throws made. Needless to say she was one of the best to attend the school. She transferred to USC to play her final season with her sister Minyon Moore. Mariya is not preparing for law school and is well on her way to being even more successful off the court. Mariya is a terrific young lady and we have a terrific conversation. Her mentality translates to many aspects of life. #podcast #podcasts #beyondthebuckets #show #radio #basketball #coach #life #beyond #lifestyle #coaching #entrepreneur #business #ceo #apple #spotify #chrismcswain #lifecoach #mentalperformance YouTube http://ow.ly/3kdI30qOSc6 Apple Podcast http://ow.ly/cAeV30qOSc8 Spotify http://ow.ly/7EIe30qOSc9
Nick and Tyler are joined by former USC and Pitt QB Max Browne on today's edition of the Stranded Sports Podcast. Now serving as a CFB analyst for SiriusXM and Stadium, Browne walks us through his career in football prior to his current roles. Hear about his recruiting process, what made him choose USC and Pitt, being in a QB room with future NFL talent in Cody Kessler Sam Darnold, and much more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Great time at Paddock and Whisky for this football Friday edition.The latest on the Gamecocks coaching search and the timeframe. ESPN/SECN announcer Mike Morgan, who called last week's Carolina-Mizzouri game, on the state of the Gamecocks program, what type of job it is, the candidates and interest in the job plus much more.Former USC receiver Mike Flint gives his take on Beamer, Chadwell and Napier, discusses Luke Doty vs UGA and Saturday night's game.Finally, our weekend selections. Have a great Thanksgiving weekend.
Former USC quarterback turned analyst Max Browne joins Ryan Young to dissect the Trojans' win at Utah, covering the key storylines and what they mean in the big picture, as well as previewing the home game this week vs. 2-0 Colorado.
Former USC and New York Jets Quarterback, Mark Sanchez is now a first time Swinger! Sanchez tells us why college football should have expanded the playoff format as well as if Trevor Lawrence will end up being a New York Jet. Strip and Coop also ask Sanchez how was his time as a Jet and how Brady and Brees stay great! Be sure to click the link below to send your question to Strip and Coop and see if you make the show! Click the link below to send your question to Strip & Coop and see if your question makes it on the show! Click here to send your question to Strip & Coop13:10 – Guest Interview with Mark SanchezInstagram (@mark_sanchez)YouTube (4th And Forever)Follow us on social mediaBig Swing Podcast: Instagram (@BigSwingPodcast) & Twitter (@bigswingpodcast)Ross Stripling: Instagram (@ross_stripling) & Twitter (@RossStripling)Cooper Surles: Instagram & Twitter (@coopersurles)A Jam Street Media Production. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Former USC quarterback turned analyst Max Browne joins co-host Ryan Young to dissect USC's 28-27 come-from-behind win over Arizona State, taking listeners into the details of the fourth-quarter comeback and breaking down the two touchdown plays that drove the Trojans to a wild win. The guys also preview the matchup this week at Arizona and give predictions.
Former USC and Pittsburgh QB, Max Browne, joins the podcast to discuss his life in high school, at USC and Pitt, and after college, in which he is announcing his first game on October 31, just at the age of 25. The crew then discusses some CFB and Pac 12 to round things up.
Former USC quarterback Max Browne joins TrojanSports.com publisher Ryan Young to break down their favorite Trojans football storylines entering the relaunched fall season that starts Nov. 7.
Phil Van Horn is a Partner at Integrity Sports Agency LLC, a Christian baseball firm in Pasadena, CA. Van Horn is a former college baseball coach at University of Southern California and California State University-Northridge. He has also coached U.S. club teams abroad, including tournaments in China and Australia. Van Horn is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, who’s credits include ESPN... The post Phil VanHorn Former USC & Cal State Baseball Coach, Agent, Club Coach, Coach to Giancarlo Stanton appeared first on Baseball Outside The Box.
Former USC and Pitt starting QB joins Mike to discuss his career at USC and Pitt. How does he feel if he were playing in the Pac-12 now and the league decided not to play? And what's his take on Kenny Pickett and the 25th ranked Panthers. Lets just say this interview is worthy of a beer.Give it a listen!
Former USC quarterback and Trojans analyst Max Browne joins co-host Ryan Young to put the cancellation of the fall Pac-12 football season in perspective, examining the potential fallout and Max's perspective as a former college football player on how the Trojans move forward from here.
Former USC great Matt Leinart joins me In the Huddle to talk about the state of college football and the importance of Derek Carr going into year three in Jon Gruden's system. Plus, we go heavy into the Raiders rebuilt defense. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former USC quarterback Max Browne offers a player's perspective on the ever-changing outlook for the 2020 college football season as he and co-host Ryan Young react in real time to the news Monday that the Big Ten (and maybe the Pac-12) could be giving up on hopes for a fall football season.They discuss the broader implications on what this means for college football moving forward, and Browne throws out an idea to consider if there is going to be a delay until January. Plus, the guys discuss USC 4-star QB commit Jake Garcia's move to Valdosta, Ga., where he'll look to play his senior high school season and whether that has any impact on his Trojans commitment. We also let you hear straight from Garcia on that matter as we had an exclusive in-depth interview with the top prospect on Saturday before he departed for Georgia.Finally, we talk to USC 4-star cornerback commit Prophet Brown, looking back on his surprising announcement and how CBs coach Donte Williams reeled in his commitment.
In this episode of Boss Talk, I sit down with my good friend and fellow gym owner Syvelle Newton. We discuss his football career from High School to the Pro Ranks. Syvelle is currently the owner and operator of his own training facility called BUFU. The culture he is building in his gym is second to none. It's very inspiring to see good things happen to great people. It was an honor to sit down with such an incredible person. Support the show (http://cash.app/$thefitboss)
Former USC quarterback Max Browne discusses the tragic passing of his former teammate Max Tuerk and the celebration of life held last weekend that featured a number of former Trojans. Browne also gives his take on USC's two QB commits, Miller Moss and Jake Garcia.Then we go in-depth with new USC special teams coordinator Sean Snyder in a wide-ranging interviews about what he learned from working under his legendary father Bill Snyder, the emotions of leaving Kansas State after two and a half decades, how he goes about coaching specials teams and some other USC-related topics.
On this episode of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde talks with host Ryan Abraham about the unfortunate passing of former USC offensive lineman Max Tuerk, potential changes to the spring off-season traditions in college football, why everyone needs to follow health guidelines to make sure we have a college football season and lots more. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What's up LA Football Fans? Episode 112 of Bleav In LA Football is a lot of fun and very inspiring. Former USC QB Max Browne joins the show to talk about his turbulent career at USC, how he kept a positive mindset, and what his life has looked like after football. Awesome interview you do not want to miss!Subscribe to Bleav In LA Football wherever you listen to podcasts and follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or email me at Podcast@LAFBNetwork.com!
In this special edition of Tunnel Vision host Ryan Abraham speaks one-on-one with Fox Sports radio personality and college football analyst Petros Papadakis. Former Trojan tailback and team captain Petros Papadakis joins us LIVE to talk about the current state of USC football, his thoughts on if there will be a college football season, the recent protests and disruptions here in Los Angeles and plenty more. This is a podcast version of our video show Tunnel Vision that you can find on our Facebook, YouTube or Periscope pages. Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
He might've been involved in testy, heated battles as a USC basketball player when UCLA would show up on the schedule, but nowadays, Jeff Trepagnier, is helping lead the best AAU program in the country, Compton Magic, which has generated a slew of future Bruin talent. Hear Trepagnier, on the podcast, analyze Compton Magic alums such as Johnny Juzang and Jaylen Clark who are now on Mick Cronin's Bruins. Plus, the former USC standout will take a look back at his own playing career, and how he's channeling those experiences into teaching tools for AAU players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hear from this USC Trojan legend on what constitutes the personality type of a QB, the challenges of playing for 6 NFL teams in as many seasons, and learn why he once got called out of class in high school to take a call from the principal's office. It's not what you'd think.
142: Ronnie Lott: Former NFL player, Hall of Fame Inductee, 4-Time Super Bowl Champion with the San Francisco 49ers and 10-Time NFL Pro Bowl All-Star discusses how he grew up into being a champion on the professional football field and is now championing the lives of others through All Stars Helping Kids. Ronnie Lott Ronnie Lott talks about not just his early athletic influences of greatness, but also other examples of a winning attitude that literally hit home for him while growing up. “It starts with the people that you are around and the people that you have a chance to interact with. I think one of the great things that it started with, with me was my parents. I have two incredible parents that shared with me the things that they did to do and create a dynamic around our family and that was, we are going to go out and we are going to do the best that we can do. We are going to work hard. We are going to find ways to add value to our community.” On this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, we talk with Ronnie Lott, Former NFL player, Hall of Fame Inductee, 4-Time Super Bowl Champion with the San Francisco 49ers and 10-Time NFL Pro Bowl All-Star. Ronnie Lott explains why his best time in all of sports was when he was going to Eisenhower High School in Rialto, California. “There were things that you didn’t think about, meaning the stakes at that time were just the stakes of joy. The stakes were not around the consequences of whether you are going to win the Pac-12 or whether you are not going to win the Pac-12. The stakes were just totally different. They were totally innocent.” What You Will Learn: Was there ever a point in time when Ronnie Lott didn’t want to go to USC for college and play football there? “No, I never had that moment in my life. The only time I had a moment before that was, there was a period where I wanted to go to UCLA and the reason I wanted to go there was because I was a big fan of John Wooden. I was a big fan of a lot of the players that had gone to school there. Growing up in Southern California watching John Wooden, watching that whole run that he had and the philosophies and the way that they went about it, I was drawn to even thinking about the possibilities of even being near him.” What prevented Ronnie Lott from pursuing a college career at UCLA and going to USC instead? “Unfortunately, in life you find sometimes things are said, in this case one of the coaches said, ‘Freshmen can’t play.’ In those moments when somebody says that, you are kind of like, ‘What?’ The next thing you know, John Robinson says, ‘Hey, if you think you are good enough, give it a shot.’ To me, life is when people tell you, give it a shot and you are giving it a shot.” Ronnie Lott discusses his freshman year on the USC football field and exhausting all opportunities to make the most out of life. “There is a movie called, Everybody’s All American and in that movie he is trying to figure it all out. He is trying to figure out what he is going to do. He's trying to figure out his life and trying to figure out a lot of things and I think we all go through those journeys in life of what we are trying to do, what we’re trying to achieve. We make choices and sometimes those choices become choices that are good, and then we make choices that sometimes are not the best choices in life.” Ronnie’s college success at USC led to him becoming an NFL first round draft pick with the San Francisco 49ers, a team surrounded by strong teammates. “When you are built to be something and people know that you are built to be something, very seldom do you find ways to not allow that person to do his job.” Out of the four Super Bowls that Ronnie Lott won with the San Francisco 49ers (XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV), which team did he feel was the strongest? “I think the ‘84 team is the strongest team we had just because we had so much depth on the defensive line. We had so many different weapons on our offense. Roger Craig was playing really well. We had Wendell Tyler who was a phenomenal running back that did so many different things. We had Charley Young as a tight end. He was really amazing. We had Freddie Solomon who was an incredible wide receiver. We had Dwight Clark who was really an excellent wide receiver.” Being a Source of Assistance Ronnie Lott has continued to be of service to others, carrying on that compassionate family tradition that he was raised with. “What can you do for others? What my dad taught me is what he did so many times and continues to do, and that is, there is always somebody that needs something. There is always some way that helps, somebody. There is always some way to figure out that you can play a role in somebody’s life. I’ve always been curious about that capability because that is kind of what my mom and dad do. They still go to church and they still serve. They still help people.” All Stars Helping Kids During this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, Ronnie Lott also talks about the ways that he feels compelled to live his best life and give back to others. “All Stars Helping Kids, it started in 1989. It still exists. It is still going and it is all due to the fact that everybody has a chance to be an all star and hopefully working with all stars you get a chance to do that.” Links to Additional Resources: Mark Pattison: markpattisonnfl.com Emilia’s Everest for the Epilepsy Foundation: markpattisonnfl.com/philanthropy-wb/ All Stars Helping Kids: allstarshelpingkids.org
Former USC/NFL QB Todd Marinovich pays another visit to the show to talk about art, the nfl and the Chiefs, life after football and family. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/les-norman/support
USC left no doubt on the field who the better team was after dispatching of the Arizona Wildcats 41-14. The victory did come at a cost, however, with six new injuries to key contributors joining a growing list of banged up Trojan football players. Even our resident expert Coach Harvey Hyde is on the bench this week with a bad cold, so we have former USC All-American safety Taylor Mays pitch hitting in his place. Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you want a behind the scenes look at what the life a student athlete is like? How about a first-hand story on what it’s like to transition from sports to the world of arts? How about a nice conversation about ball and life with your bros? This show literally has it all in this … Continued
on the this episode, USC wins big over Utah! We’re joined by former USC and Rams kicker Art Sorce of Galaxy Sports to discuss USC and the incredible UCLA comeback win. Could that of saved their coaches? Also, Chargers lose… Should they negotiate with Melvin Gordon. Rams win but not using Gurley enough. More bad luck for the angels. Dodgers … Continued
Former USC and NFL WR Damian Williams joins Nara to process the painful loss at BYU, update the Helton Hot Seat Scale poll, and preview the Friday night game vs. Pac-12 favorite Utah. Damian debuts his Done Deal and Nara’s No Doubter is almost the same as last week’s prediction. If you Bleav in USC, you need to listen to this podcast and Fight On!
Former USC and NFL WR Damian Williams joins Nara to process the painful loss at BYU, update the Helton Hot Seat Scale poll, and preview the Friday night game vs. Pac-12 favorite Utah. Damian debuts his Done Deal and Nara’s No Doubter is almost the same as last week’s prediction. If you Bleav in USC, you … Continued
Segment 1 - Starting Lineup: Hans gives his Utah Vs. Idaho State film review Segment 2 - Former USC linebacker Scott Felix joined the show to discuss the Trojans loss to BYU, their upcoming game against Utah and if he expects USC to play for Clay Helton's job Segment 3 - What You May Have Missed
- Former USC linebacker Scott Felix joined the show to discuss the Trojans loss to BYU, their upcoming game against Utah and if he expects USC to play for Clay Helton's job
Welcome to a special edition of the Ute Talk Podcast. Grant was able to interview former USC player, Scott Felix. They discuss the status of the USC program, analyze the upcoming game, and Scott shares his favorite memory from playing Utah (This memory may surprise you).
Segment 1 - Hans' attacks social cell phone issues; Starting Lineup - California schools vs. NCAA Segment 2 - Former USC linebacker Scott Felix joined the show to discuss USC's freshman QB, 2-0 start and previewed their game against BYU. Segment 3 - What You May Have Missed: Mono hits the NFL; Herpes ringworm wrestling
Former USC quarterback Max Browne and co-host Ryan Young set the table for the Trojans' showdown with Stanford on Saturday, discussing what to expect from backup QBs on both sides -- USC's Kedon Slovis and Stanford's Davis Mills. The guys also discuss what we learned from the Trojans' defense and opine on the clock management at the end of the game last week.
Former USC quarterback Max Browne, who is serving as an analyst for TrojanSports.com this season, joins co-host Ryan Young to break down USC's season-opening win over Fresno, the loss of QB JT Daniels and expectations for freshman QB Kedon Slovis.
The Coach and The Don are joined by former USC Running Back and LA native, Stafon Johnson. Johnson joined the Trojans after the illustrious ’04 and ’05 campaigns and was considered one of the best backs in the country. His career was derailed a bit after a very unfortunate injury. We talk about his time … Continued
Former USC great and 3 time Superbowl champion, Willie McGinest, joins the show live from Canton, Ohio just hours before the Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremonies. Willie talks about the perceived lack of respect that Patriot players not named Tom Brady get for their run of success as well as his expectations for USC football this upcoming season
Jordan Campbell is the founder of Winner Circle Athletics, a unique school in Southern California that helps students achieve their dreams of playing sports at a high level. He joined The Yogi Roth Show to share how he is impacting the next generation of athletes and leaders while going down memory lane with his former coach at USC, Yogi.The Winner Circle Athletics, Jordan says, is designed to give students the mentorship that allowed him to have success in his own career, which included playing football at the University of Southern California and later in the NFL. It also teaches tangible tools to students while offering athletic training at a level that is extremely unique in education.This sports academy that began as a dream for Jordan has become a 75,000 square foot campus that has state of the art classrooms, an indoor basketball court, baseball diamond, rehab facility, football fields, a barber shop, and more. Take a listen to hear how Jordan's journey shaped his vision for how WCA is leading the way in developing young athletes and be sure to follow @WCA_Training and Jordan @J_Campbell or visit www.WinnerCircleAthletics.comThe Yogi Roth Show podcast is presented by KonaRed Coffee, a leader in the coffee industry that sources some of the rarest, most sought after coffee in the world. It is grown on the volcanic mountain slopes of Hawaii where each coffee cherry is hand picked at peak ripeness. Be sure to check out www.KonaRed.com, where you can learn about their premium coffee beans, cold brewed coffee or Cascara, the Hawaiian Coffee Fruit.For more conversations around the humanity within sports and performance visit www.YogiRoth.com/podcast or follow @YogiRoth on social media.
HONOR RADIO: Episode #003Guest: Tim WareFormer NFL Player and USC GraduateSan Diego County Office of EducationCoordinator of School Safety Tim Ware, School Administrator, Former USC, NFL Football Phenom, Family Man. The Honor Group met Tim Ware in 2013 when The Honor Bowl was hosted at Oceanside High School. For the next three years, Tim was there to support us with our showcase because he recognized the passion that was present and the importance to help educate the athletes, coaches, and communities about the brave men and women who volunteer to protect our freedoms. Tim Ware is now overseeing security for all 42 school districts in San Diego County. He is dedicated to instilling a lasting foundation of self-importance, respect, and purpose for students of San Diego. Tim excelled at Centennial High School in Compton, CA and was rewarded an athletic scholarship to the University of Southern California. After four great years of education and football, Tim earned a spot to play for the San Diego Chargers and the Los Angeles Raiders. The Honor Bowl is extremely fortunate to have a respected man of faith and compassion lend his support to our cause! We are HONORED to call Tim Ware a friend and hope that you will enjoy listening to a conversation with Coach Soto and Tim Ware
We have a special guest for this episode of the Peristyle Podcast with former USC fullback Dr. Jody Adewale talking about his post-football career as a clinical psychologist and his recent appearance in the ‘Surviving R Kelly’ documentary. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Season 2 Episode 1 of In the Pocket with Reid and Stefan starts with a bang! Emile Ratelband (8:30) talks with the boys about his goal of legally changing his age from 69 to 49 so he can continue contributing to society. Reid thinks he doesn't look a day over 40! Former USC and Pitt QB Max Browne (27:53) calls in to talk about his experience being a number one high school recruit. Max is finally healthy and ready to make another run at the NFL! Regina Thunder starting QB Blake Scherle (41:21) discusses the 2018 season, and what work the Thunder need to do this off season to give themselves a shot at the Canadian Bowl. Reid and Stefan also welcome brand new sponsor 503 Sports (www.503-sports.com) check them out because they truly are the best in the business!
Number, Word and Song of the Day. Local Knowledge. Calabasas head coach and former USC Butkus Award Winner Chris Claiborne
After focusing on school, practice, lift, social life, and so much more that is thrown at you in college and beyond, there seems to be little time left over to focus on your own mental health and happiness. Victoria is a mental health advocate and a D1 volleyball player at USC. She has done a TED talk about mental health in athletes sharing her insights about the topic. In today's episode I sit down with Victoria Garrick about topics ranging from maturity, leadership, self- image, and happiness. If you like this episode please help us share it via your social media outlets, just tag @Brittany1Wilson and @VictoriaGarrick.
Former USC football player Lawrence Campbell used to think about nothing but sports, but his enthusiasm waned. In this episode, he shares how he re-ignited his passion and used it to move on from a job he was unhappy with. -- • Buy the When To Jump book here: https://amzn.to/2to6dKH • For more on Lawrence Campbell, check out his podcast.
On this episode of the Cracked Interviews Podcast, former USC phenom Raymond Sarmiento joins Host Max Rothman at his home in Downtown Los Angeles. Since the two shared the same tennis coach they start with a brief discussion of Ray’s junior days, his professional career and aspirations, and of course his incredible USC experience. Rothman does his own rendition of Alex’s trivia and ends with a Cracked Interviews classic, the rapid fire segment. Tune in for some juicy details into arguably the best 4 year stretch in college tennis history. This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former USC safety Chris Hawkins offers his takes and insights on USC's early struggles to the season and what needs to change moving forward. [TrojanSports is offering its best promo ever, a 60-day FREE trial. Sign up today with the promo code "USC60" to enable full access to the most dedicated Trojans fansite. It's your personal USC sports page.](https://usc.rivals.com/sign_up?promo_code=USC60) #USC #USCFootball #TrojanSports #Trojans #Pac12 #Rivals #CollegeFootball
The Dodgers completed the sweep of the Rockies. Ned Colletti joins the show. LA Kings great, Luc Robitaille hops on as well. Former USC great and Pro Football Hall of Famer, Anthony Munoz, talks USC football and more.
In this episode we interview co-host and former USC Men's Volleyball captain, Dustin Avol, about the trials and tribulations he experienced throughout his career. Starting with the conundrum of which sport to play, followed by the path to college volleyball, and all of the magic in between. Subscribe and listen to get insight on the journey. Episode #2 Dustin Avol Links from today’s episode: www.instagram.com/uscmensvolley/ https://usctrojans.com/sports/mens-volleyball Dustin Avol (@dustygringo) Show sponsor: www.cinchhq.com CINCH. HQ - FOR ORGANIZATIONS Cinch. HQ allows organizations to manage their entire business from the convenience of a tablet. Organizers can create a program with just a few taps and publish it to the public allowing players to register simply and easily from their mobile phone. CINCH. - FOR PARENTS Parents and players can discover sports programs right from their mobile phone. Create your account, add your players, and get started finding activities for them. Search for camps of all sorts and register your players with a few simple taps. Manage your entire sporting life from your phone. Get episode show notes here: www.athletesrising.org Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive new episodes Connect with us on Instagram to stay up to date on all our episodes: https://www.instagram.com/athletes.rising https://www.instagram.com/iamkellygray/ https://www.instagram.com/dustygringo/ Send us an email at and tell us what you think about the show. Or message us on Instagram and use the hashtag #AthletesRising so we know you’re a listener. If you or someone you know would like to be featured on Athletes Rising, please contact email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/athletesrising/message
The Rosanne fallout continues, The LAPD will investigate the creepy USC gynecologist, A big accident in the Cajon pass injures 17, A 'dead' Russian journalist turns up to a press conference, #SwampWatch, Trending news, and Dr. Wendy Walsh weighs in on how #MeToo has changed the workplace.
Former USC safety Chris Hawkins joins the show to talk about his preparation for Pro Day and share some of highlights from his career as a Trojan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Blaze Bernstein murder suspect said to have trained with extremist hate group, Former USC dean Carmen Puliafito is under investigation after a woman called him instead of 911 when her child stopped breathing, Dean Sharp "The House Whisperer" is here to discuss his guide to a successful remodel
Don Van Natta Jr. (@DVNJr), Sr. Writer for ESPN, joins Brian Berger to discuss the battle between NFL Commissioner and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones & how the battle could impact how the league & its owners operate moving forward & if Goodell will have his contact extended. Former USC & Washington Director of Football Operations Jared Blank (@InMotional) also joins the show to to talk about his upcoming quest to complete 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days.
Deiton joins Cracked Interviews and discusses his illustrious junior career, coaching under legendary USC Coach Peter Smith, how he got the nickname "Slim", and the decision to pursue his professional tennis career once again. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doug explains why he has some concerns with what the Browns could be doing with their #1 overall pick. He points out who the best running backs are in the draft and why Christian McCaffrey is not the top prospect. Former USC and Raider quarterback Todd Marinovich joins the show to share his story of struggles in the NFL and addiction. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Listen to the incredible story of Thomas Williams, who began with a young dream of baseball, to dominating the football field under the legendary Pete Carroll at USC. Once a struggling student, Thomas surrounded himself with successful students, bringing his 2.3 GPA to 3.5 in the blink of an eye. He realized that the right focus and mentality will get him the results he wanted. Backed by the support of his Mother, there were no limits to Thomas’ goals. Former USC Trojan (2x champion, and 3x Rose Bowl player), former NFL athlete, a motivational speaker, and author; please welcome Thomas Williams to the IMNOTYOU Sports Motivation Podcast! Episode 146 Time Stamps: (2:10) Thomas' introduction (3:47) Beginnings of professional dreams, in Oakland's Stadium | Bad student turned overachiever | Football = discipline, hard work and dedication (17:16) "At 12 years old, I made a promise to my Mom; that we were going to get tears of joy" (20:03) IMPORTANT FOR UPCOMING ATHLETES: Leverage your recruiting process! | Why I verbally committed to USC over Notre Dame (23:48) Thomas' inspiration through his Mom's work ethic (25:13) Shoutout to Ken Norton Jr! "If you wanna be special, you gotta play special teams" (27:09) The best advice from Coach Pete Carroll: "If you give something everything that you've got, and it still doesn't work out, then maybe the opportunity doesn't deserve you." (33:30) It's the small things... (35:19) The legendary Pete Carroll, Pt. 1: GO there, before you GET there. (37:59) The legendary Pete Carroll, Pt. 2: Playing amongst mentally unbreakable teammates (Carroll's competition aspect) (38:49) The legendary Pete Carroll, Pt. 3: There's never a moment that's "TOO big" (40:31) "Second time out, first time up" (43:00) If you want to influence, you must live that life! (43:37) Leadership isn't a position; it's based on decisions. (47:32) Elite to average... (for the normal athlete) (49:32) "You listen to learn, and we gotta learn to listen." (52:11) How to transition successfully, outside of sports. (55:30) This year's mentality: Happiness > success (58:40) Zig Ziglar's, "See You At The Top" | Don Miguel Ruiz's, "The Four Agreements" | Paulo Coelho's, "The Alchemist" CONNECT WITH THOMAS www.ThomasRWilliams.com Thomas' TWO Books: "Permission to Dream: I Can I Will I Did" |"The Relentless PURSUIT OF GREATNESS" Instagram: @mr_trw Facebook: TRWIncorporated Twitter: @T_Williams56 SHOW LOVE! Today's blog post can be found here: Episode #146 Blog Blog posts for ALL podcast episodes can be found here: IMNOTYOU.COM/PODCAST Thanks for listening to another IMNOTYOU Sports Motivation Podcast!
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Today’s interview is with Dallas’ very own wide receiver, Brice Butler. Tune in as we discuss life a Dallas Cowboy, what it’s like to play under Pete Carroll at USC, and how he learned from his own father who also played in the NFL. The important takeaway from today’s convo is highlighting the transition from playing the sport that you love (as a student), to playing full-time at the professional level. When you make it, you’re in. It’s your job… There will be reality checks every day, but Brice advises you to be READY when the obstacles arise, even when they’re unexpected. Episode 137 Time Stamps: (3:40) Brice’s beginnings (8:28) Self-pressure | Brice’s relationship with his father (11:37) The difference between those this made it and those who didn’t make it | Benefits of a father-figure | Diligence and Patience (16:24) Unexpected opportunities (Anticipation!) (20:23) The transition to playing PRO (25:26) Post basketball = Football exploration phase (29:35) Playing against the players that you grew up with (35:11) Having Pete Carol as a coach (at USC) | “In order to win, you gotta be able to compete!” (38:24) Making the team: You can get injured, and cut, anytime… | Having a sense of URGENCY (44:42) Playoff fatigue after a long season (47:58) Playing for the Dallas Cowboys | An irrelevant penalty: LINK HERE (54:30) A dream conversation with Jesus, Kobe (and Jerry Rice), and Apostle Paul CONNECT WITH BRICE Social Media | INSTAGRAM: @brice_butler | TWITTER: @brice_butler DJ Duffle Bag | SOUNDCLOUD SHOW LOVE! Today's blog post can be found here: Episode #137 Blog Blog posts for ALL podcast episodes can be found here: IMNOTYOU.COM/PODCAST Thanks for listening to another IMNOTYOU Sports Motivation Podcast!
It's not very often that we get to talk with a Super Bowl record holder. Former LA/Oakland Raiders and USC Trojans linebacker Rod Martin joined us to talk about his two Super Bowl victories, playing on Raiders teams with the likes of Jack Tatum and of course, his three interceptions of the Eagles Ron Jaworski in Super Bowl XV, a record that still stand to this day!
In this episode we heard from 33 year old Autumn, explains how she has been a successful student and a mom in sobriety. According to an article from the Los Angeles Times, Steve Sarkisian is suing former employer University of California for improper dismissal when he was recently fired as Head Football coach due to his drinking problem. Coach Sarkisian is seeking monies of $30,000,000, which he feels is properly owed to him due to California state laws. Here are this weeks "You Might be an Alcoholic if's" Tommy- You wake up mid black out and you’re being arrested. Richard- Indiana If you leave a message at work while blacked out saying you’ve been up all night throwing up and you won’t be in to work the next morning. Only when you wake up, you forgot you called in sick and the first thing the boss says to you is, “Richard, I thought you were vomiting all night and weren’t coming in this morning”? Shelly- If you tell your family on Christmas Day that this is your big hurrah before quitting, and then everyday until New Years you sneak beer and pour it into a large mug to hide it. Racheal- If you've gone two weeks sober, and then you decide to have wine at lunch while out with your (sober) husband, and the minute you decide to have that wine you are instantly irritated that the server is taking too long to come back to take your food order. At this moment, you can no longer hear anything your husband is saying, and then you drink your glass in 10 minutes and order a second one while he's in the bathroom so he doesn't judge you. Carrie- You cut the end off the wine bag and drain it out so you don't ware any. This podcast episode was brought to you by Sober Nation.
33 year old Autumn, explains how she has been a successful student and a mom in sobriety. According to an article from the Los Angeles Times, Steve Sarkisian is suing former employer University of California for improper dismissal when he was recently fired as Head Football coach due to his drinking problem. Coach Sarkisian is seeking monies of $30,000,000, which he feels is properly owed to him due to California state laws.
Former USC star linebacker Riki Ellison talks about why USC's athletic administration needs to go in another direction for the betterment of the Trojan football program. #USC #Trojans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former USC and NFL defensive lineman Lawrence Jackson shares his thoughts on being a successful pass rusher as well as what he saw from the USC defense against Stanford and at practice on Wednesday. #USC #Trojans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former USC quarterback Shane Foley and defensive end Lawrence Jackson share their thoughts on Steve Sarkisian taking over the USC football program. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former USC quarterbacks Sean Salisbury and Shane Foley weigh in on the huge Trojan win over Stanford and share their thoughts on whether or not athletic director Pat Haden should hire Ed Orgeron as the permanent head coach. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It was my pleasure to interview Chris, a humble big man standing at 6’10″ (2.09 m), former USC Trojan and soon to be veteran of not only European baseball, but of some of the top baseball Europe has to offer. Chris recently signed for the 2013 season with UVV, a club in the The Honkbal Hoofdklasse, the highest level of professional baseball in the Netherlands. Chris played with the Rouen Huskies of the French Elite league in 2012 where he dominated on the mound, effectively using his unorthodox delivery and his giant body to deceive batters. Chris was named the best pitcher of the French elite final series as he lead his club to their 9th french title in 10 years. He also was a major contributor to the club’s success in the 2012 European cup as they made it to the final four, the first time any French club has done so. Chris’s fondest memories were not of the final four but of the Rotterdam round of the Cup that got them there, a round where he got the win in a huge upset over the DOOR Neptunes, one of the top Dutch clubs and most successful clubs in all of Europe. He also had a stellar relief appearance in a big win over the 2012 German champions, the Buchbinder Legionaere Regensburg.
Former USC quarterback Shane Foley shares his thoughts on what went right and what went wrong for the Trojans against Arizona in the first game as head coach for Ed Orgeron. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former USC football defensive lineman Bobby DeMars joins the podcast this week to talk about his new NCAA documentary film project called The Business of Amateurs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former USC cornerback and current NY Giant Terrell Thomas is our special guest on the podcast this week. Terrell talks about his NFL career, some of his offseason activities and what he thinks about the current state of the Trojan football team. We also talk with Gerard Martinez about how this USC recruiting class is shaping up as signing day quickly approaches. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices