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Not Another Podcast with C + Ang
Texas Forever with Stacey Oristano & Derek Phillips

Not Another Podcast with C + Ang

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 49:41


C & Ang talk with Stacey Oristano and Derek Phillips who play Mindy Collette-Riggins and Billy Riggins on Friday Night Lights! Check out their new podcast "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts: A Friday Night Lights Rewatch" to hear their take on each episode while getting behind the scenes stories!

The Drive
Under the Friday night lights

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 10:58


Vype Magazine's Joanna Chadwick makes her weekly visit to talk all that's  happening in the Kansas High School Football. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Balls In the Gutter: A Fantasy Football Podcast
Sunday Afternoon Lights: NFL Week 5, 2021

Balls In the Gutter: A Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 90:03


After a week of hard-fought games, we discuss if it's too late for the Cheifs to climb back to the top of the AFC, if the Bengals or Lions are more likable, and we have a Raiders fan take on Jon Gruden. Fantasy wise we have even more injuries and the Vampire claims his second victim. Our Popcorn Balls football film of the week is Friday Night Lights. Sponsor: PrimeTimeSportsTalk.com Twitter: @BallsNTheGutter Facebook: BallsNTheGutter Instagram: mindinthegutterpod Other Pods: Mind In the Gutter & The MIGsy Film Club Music: https://www.bensound.com

The Mark Moses Show
Tim Walters-Florida Today Interview (10/14/21)

The Mark Moses Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 31:55


The Mark Moses Show is joined by Tim Walters of The Florida Today to get his thoughts on Friday Night Lights, William Shatner going to outer space this week and who will win this Sunday in England...0-5 Jacksonville or 1-4 Miami in the NFL.  Listen to The Mark Moses Show weekday afternoons from 3-6 pm on Sports Radio 1560 The Fan & Sportsradio1560.com Follow him on social media @markmosesshow

Trump Supporter American Heartland
FACEBOOK, STORIES, DEBT CEILING, SHOUT OUTS, FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

Trump Supporter American Heartland

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 0:12


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Mainely Stoopid
S2EP53 - Friday Night Lights Podcast

Mainely Stoopid

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 82:13


Hugh Needs your help, hunting season is coming and the man needs a new dear slayer, listen along for how you can help! other than that we have our friday night outage podcast coming in hot and we cover it all. thanks for listening and have a great week! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-hutchins/message

The Drive
Under the Friday night lights

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 16:44


Vype Magazine's Joanna Chadwick makes her weekly visit to talk all that's happening in the Kansas High School Football. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

PHNX Sun Devils Podcast
ASU's Friday Night Lights

PHNX Sun Devils Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 49:49


Discussing ASU Football's Friday night game against the Stanford Cardinal, breaking down the differences with this year's Sun Devil Hoops squad, and other various things from around the internet this week!

Trashedlight
Chapter 14: Closer

Trashedlight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 39:47


Rebecca cries from laughter twice and most of the run time is taken up by yelling about how to be a good teacher. What's not to love?

Say Something Interesting
Friday Night Lights & LuLaRoe (for men)

Say Something Interesting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 29:54


On this episode of Say Something Interesting Megan, and Brent discuss week three of our teaching series: TRYING NOT TO SUCK. Other topics include: midnight divots, an adult show about children's games, and attempting to define justice.

Alternate Take with Danny Mancera
#43 - Legendary 'Friday Night Lights' Permian Panthers Running Back - Boobie Miles

Alternate Take with Danny Mancera

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 54:23


Danny talks with the Permian Panther Legend, James “Boobie” Miles (most famously known his for portrayal in the hit movie “Friday Night Lights), about how he got to Odessa (TX), his adoption by his uncle L.V. Miles, the role his uncle played in his development as a man, his relationship with his teammates from childhood to the end of high school, the pros and cons of growing up in a small town, the scenes of “Friday Night Lights” that were real and the scenes that were Hollywood touch-ups, how Boobie ended up choosing to play for the Mighty Mojo Permian Panthers, his early years at Permian, the prime seasons at Permian, teammates that Boobie admired the most, the transformation of Don Billingsley, the late great Chris Comer (RIP), the moment Boobie realized he couldn't play football anymore and reliving it on the big screen, the pros and cons of putting “all your eggs in one basket”, Boobie's son who plays RB at Ventura Community College, Boobie's passion for teaching football/life lessons to the new generation, and who would win in a hypothetical matchup between the Permian Panthers and the Dillon Panthers. “Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can't Lose.” “Be Perfect.” Punch in the promo code: alternatetake at SmoothMyBalls.com and earn 15% off! http://smoothmyballs.com/alternatetake & follow us on Instagram @alternatetakedr for updates on all of our new episodes and silly things we do. https://www.instagram.com/alternatetakedr/ https://www.instagram.com/boobiemilesofficial/ https://www.boobiemilesofficial.me/merchandise/p/dtjwakblbh0msoft8urxgvhchbn86m --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alternatetake/support

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
Kevin Reilly (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 54:02


Kevin Reilly has had a career spanning over two decades, helping to bring to life some of the greatest television shows of this, or any, generation, serving as president of 5 TV networks, including NBC, FOX, FX, and currently president of TBS and TNT. He began his career at NBC, where he had a hand in the development of distinctive and groundbreaking hits, including the pilots of “ER,” “Homicide: Life on the Street” and “Law & Order.” From 1994 to 2000, Reilly served as President of Television at Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, where he was responsible for shepherding some of TV's top shows, such as the pilot for “The Sopranos,” and the NBC hit comedies “Just Shoot Me!” And “Newsradio.” In 2000, Reilly served as President of Entertainment for FX. In that role, Reilly helped redefine the basic cable business with an aggressive slate of original quality programming including “Nip/Tuck” and “Rescue Me.” Within a year of his arrival, FX made cable history with its seminal series, “The Shield,” which broke cable ratings records when it premiered and went on to receive a golden globe award for best drama series and an emmy award for lead actor michael chiklis. After FX, Reilly served as President of NBC from 2004-2007, where his vocal support helped ‘The Office' survive it's low-rated first season, and other hit shows including “My Name is Earl,” “Heroes,” “30 Rock,” and “Friday Night Lights.” In 2007, Reilly headed Fox, where he oversaw the launch of the emmy-nominated, golden globe-winning pop-culture sensation “Glee,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (which earned the Golden Globe for best comedy series in its first season), “New Girl” (Fox's highest-rated sitcom in 10 years), and “Gotham” and “Empire (2 of the biggest hits of the 2014-15 season). Since 2014, Reilly has served as the President of TBS and TNT and Chief Creative Officer of Turner Entertainment, where in 2016, introducing “Animal Kingdom” and both dark original dramas as well and edgy comedies including “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee,” “The Detour,” “Angie Tribeca,” “Wrecked,” and “People of Earth.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
Kevin Reilly (Best of, Part 1 of 2)

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 31:52


Kevin Reilly has had a career spanning over two decades, helping to bring to life some of the greatest television shows of this, or any, generation, serving as president of 5 TV networks, including NBC, FOX, FX, and currently president of TBS and TNT. He began his career at NBC, where he had a hand in the development of distinctive and groundbreaking hits, including the pilots of “ER,” “Homicide: Life on the Street” and “Law & Order.” From 1994 to 2000, Reilly served as President of Television at Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, where he was responsible for shepherding some of TV's top shows, such as the pilot for “The Sopranos,” and the NBC hit comedies “Just Shoot Me!” And “Newsradio.” In 2000, Reilly served as President of Entertainment for FX. In that role, Reilly helped redefine the basic cable business with an aggressive slate of original quality programming including “Nip/Tuck” and “Rescue Me.” Within a year of his arrival, FX made cable history with its seminal series, “The Shield,” which broke cable ratings records when it premiered and went on to receive a golden globe award for best drama series and an emmy award for lead actor michael chiklis. After FX, Reilly served as President of NBC from 2004-2007, where his vocal support helped ‘The Office' survive it's low-rated first season, and other hit shows including “My Name is Earl,” “Heroes,” “30 Rock,” and “Friday Night Lights.” In 2007, Reilly headed Fox, where he oversaw the launch of the emmy-nominated, golden globe-winning pop-culture sensation “Glee,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (which earned the Golden Globe for best comedy series in its first season), “New Girl” (Fox's highest-rated sitcom in 10 years), and “Gotham” and “Empire (2 of the biggest hits of the 2014-15 season). Since 2014, Reilly has served as the President of TBS and TNT and Chief Creative Officer of Turner Entertainment, where in 2016, introducing “Animal Kingdom” and both dark original dramas as well and edgy comedies including “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee,” “The Detour,” “Angie Tribeca,” “Wrecked,” and “People of Earth.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Arroe Collins
Alicia Witt Releases The Album The Conduit

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 7:10


Actor and singer-songwriter Alicia Witt has been acting since the age of 7, when she made her film debut in David Lynch's sci fi classic Dune. She was most recently seen in I Care A Lot on Netflix, starring Rosamund Pike and Dianne Wiest, and leading the cast of the December release Modern Persuasion. Other recent credits include Netflix's Orange Is The New Black as Zelda; along with The Walking Dead, Supernatural, ABC's Nashville, FOX's The Exorcist, and Showtime's 3rd season of David Lynch's Twin Peaks. Films include Two Weeks' Notice, Last Holiday, The Upside of Anger, Mr. Holland's Opus, Urban Legend, Four Rooms, 88 Minutes, Urban Legend and Vanilla Sky. Alicia is also well known to Hallmark Channel audiences for her Christmas movies, beginning with 2013's A Very Merry Mixup; her eighth annual holiday film for the network, Christmas Tree Lane, which she produced, wrote the story for, and featured two of Witt's original Christmas songs, was released for the 2020 holiday season. Witt co-produced her next album, The Conduit, with Jordan Lehning and Bill Reynolds in Nashville TN, where she resides. Led by the first two singles, Chasing Shadows and Talk To You, the record comes out September 24th. A classically trained former competitive pianist, Alicia's music has been described as 'sharply personal, boldly melodic pop originals in the Carole King/Billy Joel vein' and 'touching lost-and-found love ballads' (Philadelphia Inquirer). Alicia has performed her original piano-driven pop music all over the world, including at the renowned Grand Ole Opry. Alicia has also opened for Ben Folds Five, Rachel Platten, and Jimmy Webb, to name a few. Her 2018 release, 15000 Days, was produced by Grammy-winning producer Jacquire King (James Bay, Norah Jones, Kings of Leon, Dawes). Witt's previous album, Revisionary History, was produced by Ben Folds and was described as 'Grey Seal era Elton John, an alt-universe Fiona Apple, and a film noir chanteuse notching her nights in cigarette burns on the fallboard' (NASHVILLE SCENE). As a musical guest, Alicia has appeared on numerous shows including NPR's Weekend Edition, CBS' Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Queen Latifah Show, WGBH'S Open Studio on PBS, Good Day Nashville, KTLA's Morning Show, Good Morning Washington, and many performances on Hallmark's Home & Family Show. Alicia's music has been heard in numerous TV shows and movies over the past 10 years, including her ironic Christmas song 'I'm Not Ready for Christmas', which was featured in her Hallmark Christmas movie of the same name. Witt can add author to her resume with Small Changes, out October 5 2021 from Harper Horizons. The book is an inspiring, welcoming and simple yet effective guide to health, happiness and sustainable living. Instead of promoting a rigid diet, Small Changes will instead offer readers a stress-and-judgment-free approach for enacting easy, incremental changes across all areas of life. On stage, Witt starred in Neil LaBute's Tony nominated play Reasons to Be Pretty at the Geffen Playhouse. She also appeared at London's Royal Court theatre in Terry Johnson's Piano/Forte and made her West End debut with The Shape of Things. She has also performed at Williamstown Theatre Festival and is a regular participant in the 24-Hour Plays on Broadway and the 24-Hour Musicals off-Broadway. Other significant roles include Showtime's House of Lies, NBC's Friday Night Lights, CBS' The Mentalist and NBC's Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She spent 4 years on the CBS hit show Cybill and has also appeared on the HBO series The Sopranos, CBS's Two and a Half Men, Ally McBeal, and David Lynch's original Twin Peaks.

Arroe Collins
Alicia Witt Releases The Album The Conduit

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 7:10


Actor and singer-songwriter Alicia Witt has been acting since the age of 7, when she made her film debut in David Lynch's sci fi classic Dune. She was most recently seen in I Care A Lot on Netflix, starring Rosamund Pike and Dianne Wiest, and leading the cast of the December release Modern Persuasion. Other recent credits include Netflix's Orange Is The New Black as Zelda; along with The Walking Dead, Supernatural, ABC's Nashville, FOX's The Exorcist, and Showtime's 3rd season of David Lynch's Twin Peaks. Films include Two Weeks' Notice, Last Holiday, The Upside of Anger, Mr. Holland's Opus, Urban Legend, Four Rooms, 88 Minutes, Urban Legend and Vanilla Sky. Alicia is also well known to Hallmark Channel audiences for her Christmas movies, beginning with 2013's A Very Merry Mixup; her eighth annual holiday film for the network, Christmas Tree Lane, which she produced, wrote the story for, and featured two of Witt's original Christmas songs, was released for the 2020 holiday season. Witt co-produced her next album, The Conduit, with Jordan Lehning and Bill Reynolds in Nashville TN, where she resides. Led by the first two singles, Chasing Shadows and Talk To You, the record comes out September 24th. A classically trained former competitive pianist, Alicia's music has been described as 'sharply personal, boldly melodic pop originals in the Carole King/Billy Joel vein' and 'touching lost-and-found love ballads' (Philadelphia Inquirer). Alicia has performed her original piano-driven pop music all over the world, including at the renowned Grand Ole Opry. Alicia has also opened for Ben Folds Five, Rachel Platten, and Jimmy Webb, to name a few. Her 2018 release, 15000 Days, was produced by Grammy-winning producer Jacquire King (James Bay, Norah Jones, Kings of Leon, Dawes). Witt's previous album, Revisionary History, was produced by Ben Folds and was described as 'Grey Seal era Elton John, an alt-universe Fiona Apple, and a film noir chanteuse notching her nights in cigarette burns on the fallboard' (NASHVILLE SCENE). As a musical guest, Alicia has appeared on numerous shows including NPR's Weekend Edition, CBS' Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Queen Latifah Show, WGBH'S Open Studio on PBS, Good Day Nashville, KTLA's Morning Show, Good Morning Washington, and many performances on Hallmark's Home & Family Show. Alicia's music has been heard in numerous TV shows and movies over the past 10 years, including her ironic Christmas song 'I'm Not Ready for Christmas', which was featured in her Hallmark Christmas movie of the same name. Witt can add author to her resume with Small Changes, out October 5 2021 from Harper Horizons. The book is an inspiring, welcoming and simple yet effective guide to health, happiness and sustainable living. Instead of promoting a rigid diet, Small Changes will instead offer readers a stress-and-judgment-free approach for enacting easy, incremental changes across all areas of life. On stage, Witt starred in Neil LaBute's Tony nominated play Reasons to Be Pretty at the Geffen Playhouse. She also appeared at London's Royal Court theatre in Terry Johnson's Piano/Forte and made her West End debut with The Shape of Things. She has also performed at Williamstown Theatre Festival and is a regular participant in the 24-Hour Plays on Broadway and the 24-Hour Musicals off-Broadway. Other significant roles include Showtime's House of Lies, NBC's Friday Night Lights, CBS' The Mentalist and NBC's Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She spent 4 years on the CBS hit show Cybill and has also appeared on the HBO series The Sopranos, CBS's Two and a Half Men, Ally McBeal, and David Lynch's original Twin Peaks.

Behind the Bets with Doug Kezirian
Friday Night Lights Action

Behind the Bets with Doug Kezirian

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 12:23


Doug Kezirian and Joe Fortenbaugh start off this episode with a little Friday Night Lights action before moving into Saturday's full slate of CFB games. From CFB to the NFL, the guys give you their favorite plays heading into NFL Sunday.

Daily Wager
Friday Night Lights Action

Daily Wager

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 12:23


Doug Kezirian and Joe Fortenbaugh start off this episode with a little Friday Night Lights action before moving into Saturday's full slate of CFB games. From CFB to the NFL, the guys give you their favorite plays heading into NFL Sunday.

Sharp & Benning
Oct 1 Seg 4 Looking At Friday Night Lights

Sharp & Benning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 13:18


Oct 1 Seg 4 Looking At Friday Night Lights

From the Parking Lot
Can Iowa pickup crucial road win over Maryland under the Friday Night Lights?

From the Parking Lot

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 47:36


The Iowa Hawkeyes will have the nation's attention on Friday night when they travel to take on the undefeated Maryland Terrapins in College Park. David Eickholt and Sean Bock team up to deliver their analysis and predictions ahead of the matchup. Can the Hawkeyes' secondary hold up against an explosive Maryland passing attack? Will Iowa be able to get Tyler Goodson going? How much run will Keagan Johnson get? Also, the duo talk about the next steps the offense can take and why Petras is getting too much criticism. They conclude the podcast by breaking down Hawkeye basketball. Their analysis of the two 2022 commitments and early impressions from this year's squad. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The ARK of E Podcast
2X2 Retro Reviews - S2E9 : The Waterboy X Friday Night Lights

The ARK of E Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 133:25


Gav and I are back with Your 2X2 Retro Reviews for September! This month we take a trip to opposite sides of the gridiron, with a glorious 90's Sandler Sports Comedy, 1998's The Waterboy. Then it's time for a sobering sojourn over to West Texas for some Friday Night Lights (THE MOVIE NOT THE SHOW) See You In ARKTOBER!!! STAY TUNED!!! Intro ("Hold It There" by nARK) Outro ("Mellow Sea" by nARK) Listen to EXCLUSIVE Episodes Series & Bonus Content www.patreon.com/thearkofe Follow more from The Ark of E Network : On Instagram @thearkofenetwork , Twitter @thearkofe , Facebook : The Ark of E Send Feedback : thearkofe@gmail.com

Birdland BS
The Lion, The Kick & The Crossbar (E212)

Birdland BS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021


Today is Tuesday September 28th, 2021 and this week on the Birdland BS Show -Justin Tucker rips the hearts out of Lions fans, AGAIN! As the Ravens win a nail biter in Detroit - Now it's on to Mile High, to face the miracle 3-0 Broncos - The Terps move to 4-0 for only the second time since 2001, as they prepare for a Friday Night Lights showdown with #5 Iowa - Finally Mullins puts the cherry on top of an MVP season as he makes Orioles History!

Talking Preps
Podcast: The best places to watch high school football in the Twin Cities

Talking Preps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 25:48


Star Tribune's David LaVaque and Jim Paulsen talk running backs used more in the passing game and the stadiums where the Friday Night Lights shine brightest

The Alli Worthington Show
Being Human with Kate Bowler

The Alli Worthington Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 50:56


Hey friends! You are in for an absolute treat of a show today! The delightful and brilliant Kate Bowler sits down with me to talk all about how to move forward with life when it's not really what you would have picked out for yourself.   Kate is a New York Times best-selling author, podcast host, and associate professor of the history of Christianity in North America at Duke University. And she's one of my very favorite humans.  She shares her story of being diagnosed with Stage IV cancer at a young age, what she learned during her cancer journey, how she really feels about the phrase “living your best life now,” and what we can do when unexpected changes in life turn our carefully laid plans upside down.  Listen in to hear about:  What happens when we distract ourselves from that muted ache that comes with just being a person What we sacrifice when we say we're going to live in the present only What the Bible says about the human experiences, especially suffering What happens when we ignore our fragility in exchange for “living our best lives now”    In this episode I answer this question: I recently parted ways with my best friend of 10 years, how do I grieve someone who is not actually dead? (45:09) Great things we discussed:  1. Particle Man  2. Friday Night Lights 3. Raising a Rare Girl  4. Vivino 5. The Ordinary Facial Mask  6. Standing Strong Hope you loved this episode! Be sure to subscribe in iTunes and slap some stars on a review! :) xo, Alli  www.alliworthington.com/katebowler2/

Hilliard Guess' Screenwriters Rant Room
374 - AARON RAHSAAN THOMAS

Hilliard Guess' Screenwriters Rant Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 122:06


In this episode, Hilliard & Chris chop game with the homie, Aaron Rahsaan Thomas, Co-creator/Showrunner of the hit CBS series S.W.A.T. We talk about his journey from higher education, to working as a PA and moving out to LA to go after his dreams. It was a long road, grinding his way up on shows like Soul Food, Friday Night Lights, Numb3rs, CSI: NY, Southland, Sleepy Hollow, The Get Down and others... Another super dope episode full of industry game y'all! King of New York on Criterion Channel https://www.criterionchannel.com/king-of-new-york Aaron Rahsaan Thomas - Is TV Realistic About Cops? https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2020/06/tv-and-cops Check out the ScreenWriterRR website at www.screenwritersrr.com for information, merch, or our Pateron! Support the show via the Patreon link. Remember support is love! We invest countless hours per week to deliver the actionable content that goes into this podcast. Connect with Us on Social Media: Chris Derrick on Twitter Lisa Bolekaja on Twitter Hilliard Guess on Twitter Aaron Rashaan Thomas on Twitter The Screenwriters Rant Room on Facebook The Screenwriters Rant Room on Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/screenwriters-rant-room/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/screenwriters-rant-room/support

Raw Mind Sports
Raw Mind Sports Homecoming Edition Friday Night Lights Of Tarboro Football.

Raw Mind Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 123:23


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The Drive
Under the Friday night lights

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 13:53


Vype Magazine's Joanna Chadwick makes her weekly visit to talk all that's happening in Kansas High School Football. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CRE8Rconfidential with Bryan Tuk
Episode 76 Friday Night Lights & the First Amendment

CRE8Rconfidential with Bryan Tuk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 8:31


In this episode, Bryan Tuk discusses how First Amendment and free speech battles are being played out right in your own towns before your eyes. To subscribe to the newsletters, please visit https://bryantuk.substack.com/subscribe?

The Mark Moses Show
Tim Walters-Florida Today Interview (09/23/21)

The Mark Moses Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 29:13


The Mark Moses Show is joined by Tim Walters of The Florida Today to recap his Gators just falling short last weekend against Alabama in The Swamp, how many games can FSU really win this season, a preview of Friday Night Lights and why Mark is still upset he couldn't go to a private Metallica show earlier this week in Chicago.  Listen to The Mark Moses Show weekday afternoons from 3-6 pm on Sports Radio 1560 The Fan & Sportsradio1560.com Follow him on social media @markmosesshow

Pete's Percussion Podcast - Pete Zambito
Pete's Percussion Podcast: Episode 260 - Tim Feerst (Part 1)

Pete's Percussion Podcast - Pete Zambito

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021


University of Texas-Permian Basin Percussion Professor Tim Feerst stops by to talk about his job, his wind band background, and “Friday Night Lights” (04:15), his teaching fellowship at the University of North Texas, taking various gigs prior to getting to UTPB, and “being interview ready at all times” (29:45), and growing up in Northern Virginia, government jobs, and getting into percussion and acting in his youth (45:00).Finishing with a Rave on the 2000 novel The Human Stain (01:10:15).Links:Tim Feerst's homepageOni LaraJacob GarciaTyson VoigtMark CamphouseJohn KilkennyMark FordEugene CorporonDennis FisherFriday Night Lights - Buzz BissingerAdam DavisMike SammonsCorey Robinson“Improvisation” - Elliot Carter“The Process of Invention” - Christopher Deane“Dances of Earth and Fire” - Peter KlatzowCasey Cangelosi on the podcastMission Impossible trailer“Those Canaan Days” - Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat“Benjamin Calypso” - Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatAubrey Adams“Hang on Sloopy” - marching band arrangement2001 Anthrax Attacks2002 D.C. Sniper AttacksMichael HackbarthDoug WallaceAlan AbelKyle BrightwellMatt McKayMichael RobertsTom SherwoodRaves:The Human Stain - Philip Roth

Zero Dark Nerdy - Pop Culture Podcast
S4E22: Celebrity Fantasy Football Draft

Zero Dark Nerdy - Pop Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 30:14


Steamin Willie Beamen, Tweeter, Bobby Boucher, Rod Tidwell are just a few of the characters from your favorite football movies and tv shows that we draft in our Celebrity Football Draft episode! The Watercooler Podcast joins us and we are looking forward to hearing who you think has the best team. Be sure to follow us on all social media and podcast formats and check out www.popculturepodcast.com for all your entertainment news and notes.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Can We Keep It Real Sports Report
High School Head Coaches from several football programs after Friday Night Lights

Can We Keep It Real Sports Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 24:32


Every friday night we have several coaches from area high schools and beyond that keep it real and authentic right off the field and into your device of choice. Stanley Dunbar Saint Rays and URI Alumni coaching against his former team and head coach Sassi. Jeff Paiva right off the field and on the bus ride home after a tough Chariho team. Coach Paiva said I'm not gonna blow off any interviews Win lose or indifferent. North Smithfield was hit with the injury bug early but coach didn't make any excuses for the 41-0 loss to Division 3 chargers. #Pilgrimpride is real in Warwick. #BlakeSimpson is making a lot of noise and doing a great job. Blake and his team have been great supporters of the program. Back from a trip to D2 Road to the super bowl will definitely go trough Pilgrim After starting the season off 0-2 Wes Pennington knows nothing will come easy in West Warwick but he does have the town talking. After losing 24-14 and having a couple TD called back head coach #wespennington said #westwarwickwizards was the better team on the field that day. #tolman had a tough line which pilgrim said the same thing as well players like devin ward Tolman has a very good team. Thank you to all the people that help me make this possible. Coldwell Bankers Coastal Homes Mark Wright ( #presidentialawardwinner In the Rhode Island area and looking for a team you can trust call Mark today 401-787-5203 (1) Can We Keep It Real Podcast Page | Facebook --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/canwekeepitreal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/canwekeepitreal/support

Craft Brewed Sports
Jalen Hurts: MVP

Craft Brewed Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 92:30


Beers of the Week:- Monster Cookie Series: Salted Peanut Butter Chocolate (Verboten Brewing)- Oatey McOatface (Third Window Brewing)- It Rolls Watermelon Kolsch (Fiction Beer Co.)The fellas keep the streak alive after having to miss Wednesday due to Mike's son needing a trip to the ER. So on a special Friday Night Lights episode of Craft Brewed Sports, the guys overreact to Week 1 of the NFL. Plus, the fellas are disappointed that Hard Knocks is going to Indy, and debate whether or not shaving an eyebrow is a good bet to take on.The fellas talk about the new Big 12, and what that means for college football while also laughing at USC for being in search of a new coach once again. Mookie enlists the help of Scott and Mike to put together a parlay for the weekend, and the guys talk about how the bettor who lost his life savings on the Bears should have handled things. Mike also breaks down two nominees for the best coach in college football...and neither is Nick Saban.The show wraps with Mike getting heated about the skid that the Reds have been on as the season closes out. And Scott is so tired/drunk that he can barely make it to the end of the show.Be sure to check out friends of the show:Kong Beer Bong (craftbrewedsports.com/beerbong) will make sure you are the life of the party. Keep your beer cold in this koozie that converts to a beer bong in an instant. Order yours today.Beer Drop (craftbrewedsports.com/beerdrop) ships award winning craft beer directly to your doorstep. Sign up for a monthly plan, or shop all of the beers available at Beer Drop and get them shipped to you at a $5 flat rate. Morning Recovery (craftbrewedsports.com/hangover) guarantees that you'll wake up after a night of drinking more ready to take on your day. Use the code SPORTS at checkout for 20% off your non-subscription order.Dugout Mugs (dugoutmugs.com/craft) for one of a kind beer mugs and openers. Use our link for 15% off your entire order.

All That and a Bag of Chips
Friday Night Lights

All That and a Bag of Chips

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 58:04


It's football season! That means this week we are covering one of our favorite sports movies from our childhood, Friday Night Lights! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
Girls Gone Hallmark: Roadhouse Romance

Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021


Megan and Wendy roll right into Fall Harvest with this week's brand new Hallmark Channel movie review of Roadhouse Romance. Callie (real-life singer, songwriter Lauren Alaina) returns home to Tennessee after deployment and meets Luke (Tyler Hynes) by accident, literally. Will their new friendship blossom into more, will Callie ever find Grandpa Tucker's secret BBQ recipe and will the restaurant survive a low fall festival turn out? Lots of storylines with this one, friends. Email the show! What did you think Roadhouse Romance? Did you love Hallmark Channel movie newcomer Lauren Alaina? Do you also want to run your fingers through Tyler Hynes' hair? Send your thoughts to meganandwendy@gmail.com. Megan and Wendy talk about Hallmark Channel's newest Fall Harvest movie called Roadhouse Romances starring Tyler Hynes and Lauren Alaina. News and Notes for Roadhouse Romance This movie takes place in Tennessee but was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.Filming wrapped in May 2021 and premiered on the Hallmark Channel on September 11, 2021 as part of the Fall Harvest line up of movies.Lauren Alaina was a runner-up on season 10 of American Idol and also competed on season 28 of Dancing with the Stars.She sang two of her own songs in this movie as Callie; "Run" and "What Do You Think Of?" She also sang "When You Say Nothing At All" made famous by Alison Krauss. Willa Looks Familiar - But From What? Sarah Edmondson played Callie's Aunt Willa. She might look familiar to documentary fans who saw her as one of the major players to expose the cult featured on HBO's docuseries The Vow. 2021 Fall Harvest Line Up on Hallmark We think Roadhouse Romance was a strong start to the 2021 Fall Harvest line up on the Hallmark Channel! What's next? Raise a Glass to Love - with Laura Osnes (One Royal Holiday) and Juan Pablo Di Pace (from Fuller House)Taking the Reins - starring Nikki DeLoach (Days of Our Lives)and Scott Porter (from Friday Night Lights and Ginny & Georgia and Hart of Dixie)Love Strikes Twice - featuring Katie Findlay (Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist) and Wyatt Nash (from Riverdale and GLOW)South Beach Love - with Taylor Cole (One Perfect Wedding) and William Levy.Listen to our review of One Perfect Wedding.Advice to Love By - starring Erinn Westbrook (Riverdale) and Brooks Darnell (A Winter Getaway).Listen to our review of A Winter Getaway. Reviews of Tyler Hynes Movies We have reviewed a couple of Tyler Hynes movies from the past year and he is a favorite for sure. Catch up on our reviews: Sweet Carolina It Was Always YouOn the 12th Date of Christmas Megan and Wendy Merch! Fans of the podcast can now get their own APPROVED! merch! Shop hoodies, crewnecks, mugs, stickers and notebooks here. Wendy is wearing the Approved! hoodie which comes in three different colors. Join our private Facebook group Long Story Shorties. Sign up for Patreon today for $5 and get access to our archives plus brand new bonus podcast episodes, video and the brand new Friday Five.

Made Me Watch
Made Me Watch: This Is A Robbery

Made Me Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 45:26


This episode Bryant and Leah cover "This is A Robbery" which is a 4 piece documentary look into the Isabella Gardner museum robbery in Boston, MA in 1990 on St Patricks Day. This crime has never been solved and it looks into all of the aspects of the crime and why it has captivated so many people over the years. Not shocking at all, it's something Leah has heard of, and Bryant has not. They discuss how they both watched it differently - Bryant has a security professional and Leah as a true crime 'oh my god the cops are gonna mess this up aren't they' camp. But at the end of it, neither of us are shocked that the security itself was so lacking. This episodes recommendations: Leah: Equalizer (TV Show), Kung Fu, United States of Al, Real Housewives of Salt Lake City (season 2), Titans (HBO Max), Kung Fu (CW), and LuLaRich. Bryant: Formula 1: Drive to Survive, The Dansbury Trashers, Abstract: The Art of Design, United States of Al, All American, How to Be A Cowboy, Friday Night Lights, and Letterkenny. General PSA: 90 Day Fiance is back again, back again. As always, please rate & subscribe. Suggestions, or any comments can be sent to our email mademewatch@gmail.com Social Media Links: twitter: mademewatchpod instagram: mademewatch email: mademewatch@gmail.com facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mademewatch (https://www.facebook.com/mademewatch)

Awesome Truth: A Wrestling Book Club
Episode 110: The Heels Pilot

Awesome Truth: A Wrestling Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 33:08


For the first time ever, you are listening to a live, in-person recording of Awesome Truth! To celebrate this momentous occasion, we decided to answer the question on everyone's lips: Should I watch Heels on Starz? The Stephen Amell show recently premiered on the premium network; is it worth hunting down a subscription? Does this Friday Night Lights-style wrestling drama have anything new to say?

Ready Set BBQ Podcast
Ep. 31- Chili...Beans or No Beans

Ready Set BBQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 47:57


In this episode  I am joined by some unicorns we haven't seen in a minute, Johnny Deep and Isaac. Hector and Hiram also join the convo as usual as we tackle some of the Worlds biggest issues (maybe our World).  We open it up by talking about he contest we've been promoting  with Elda's Kitchen.  We announce the 3 lucky winners who will each receive a 3 pack of Elda's Kitchen's top selling sauces.  Johnny gets personal and talks to us about the struggles of family and Covid-19.  His son wanted hamburgers and Olive Garden.  We talk about how Covid will affect upcoming barbecue competitions in Texas.  We tackle the largest question of the night by posing the question about Texas Chili.  Is Chili allowed to have beans or is it strictly no beans.  We take the conversation to the internet and see what Texas barbecuers have to say about it.  John shares his stories about competing in chili.  I drop a history lesson on the guys on the birth of chili in Texas. Specifically I give them the history of the Chili Queens and how chili was first started in San Antonio in the 1800s.  We move the conversation to Frito Pie and it's start in Texas as a high school football concession staple.  We then talk a little football and our reactions to the opening weekends games.  Deshawn Watson gets thrown under the bus and Tom Brady gets some praise.  We all agree on our dislike of Aaron Rodgers.   Hector sends everyone from Oklahoma to the Super Bowl.  I give a review of a local Pizza joint, Stefanos Pizza.  The guys talk about doing reviews on barbecue joints.  Someone suggests sausage month.  Johnny reminices about his days at Rudy's BBQ as meat cutter and takes you behind the counter.  A bunch of joes that cook like pros!!!Elda's Kitchenhttps://eldaskitchen.com/ Ready Set BBQ Shophttps://www.readysetbbq.com/shop Law Office of Hector Hernandezhttp://hhernandezlaw.com/?fbclid=IwAR3kaG_wQzrsUJ-cVxJLUyjvipMPM1R59xo9YMKFFsiGHaaUgdZ8hd8cB7Y 

Arroe Collins
Kent Babb Releases The Book Across The River

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 10:39


There are two New Orleans: the glamorous party city that tourists see and the day-to-day reality of the heavily segregated Black neighborhoods outside the French Quarter. That more real New Orleans is defined by economic inequality, street violence, drugs, and institutional racism. For the young people born and raised there, it is the land of no opportunity—indeed, many struggle just to survive to adulthood. One of the few paths to success for teenage boys is football, which offers a way out with the promise of college scholarships and the possibility of a lucrative pro career. But it is too easy for even the most talented high school players to get off track when faced with the fraught daily reality of life. It takes a special person to guide these young men away from preordained failure and toward success—and even to keep them alive. In Algiers, on the West Bank of the Mississippi River, that person is Edna Karr High School coach Brice Brown. Award-winning sportswriter Kent Babb first told the inspiring story of Brice Brown in the Washington Post. Now, in ACROSS THE RIVER: Life, Death, and Football in an American City (HarperOne; August 10, 2021; $27.99), Babb goes deeper, widening the narrative with intimate portraits of Brown's players, staff, and surroundings in an ever-tested community. Blending aspects of such disparate classics as Friday Night Lights, The Yellow House, and Ghettoside, Babb's accomplished multi-character narrative illuminates many lives and captures the pulse of New Orleans in all its turbulence, complexity, and defiance. Thirty-four-year-old Brice Brown found high school coaching after his own college football career. As Babb's intensive time spent with him begins, Brown has already led Karr's team to three consecutive state championships in Louisiana's ultra-competitive Class 4A division, and he and everyone in the tight-knit program are primed for a historic fourth win. “Communities such as Algiers rely on the sport as an important incentive and a vehicle to teach life skills and teamwork,” Babb observes. “Brown, for his part, uses the game to teach players that they can, and should, leave the West Bank forever. But first they must survive.” To this end, the brainy and idiosyncratic coach is like a foul-mouthed version of a community preacher. Even after practices, he keeps close tabs on his players via cell phone, patrolling their neighborhoods, often giving them (and even their parents) cash from his own pocket for daily essentials. He rides them hard when he sees their attention flagging because of the outside demands their tough existences place on them. Hanging over Brown, and the program, is the death of Karr's former star quarterback, Tollette “Tonka” George, whose shooting near a local gas station remains unsolved. It haunts the community, not least of all the young man's mother and the minor-celebrity NOPD homicide detective assigned to investigate Tonka's murder. Brown is determined to protect the young men on his team from a similar fate. One, who never knew his father and lives on his own while his mother is in prison, is a brooding natural athlete with the weight of the world on his young shoulders. The quarterback pushes against his father's expectations and ambitions, and a wide receiver squanders his middle-class advantages and gets into trouble with the law. One younger teammate manages to win Brown's outwardly hardened heart with his irreverent energy and humor, gaining the fatherly affection of a coach who's usually all-in on football, which often comes at the expense of his own personal life. More often than not, Brown also quietly takes care of his staff, assuming their financial worries or life crises as his own. As the team makes its way through the season and reaches the playoffs, Brown also jockeys behind the scenes to secure places and scholarships for his players at colleges, showing them a path to the future of which they might otherwise be unaware. Meanwhile, Brown repeatedly puts his own future on hold, refusing to pursue career opportunities that would reward his singular talents and passions. As Kent Babb takes readers inside the lives of Brown and his players, he paints an unforgettable portrait of a community mired by relentless violence and pain, but also dedication and love. Featuring eight pages of full-color photos, ACROSS THE RIVER is an arresting testament to the turbulent and tough roots of America's game and its indelible place as a pathway of hope in the lives of so many.

Arroe Collins
Kent Babb Releases The Book Across The River

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 10:39


There are two New Orleans: the glamorous party city that tourists see and the day-to-day reality of the heavily segregated Black neighborhoods outside the French Quarter. That more real New Orleans is defined by economic inequality, street violence, drugs, and institutional racism. For the young people born and raised there, it is the land of no opportunity—indeed, many struggle just to survive to adulthood. One of the few paths to success for teenage boys is football, which offers a way out with the promise of college scholarships and the possibility of a lucrative pro career. But it is too easy for even the most talented high school players to get off track when faced with the fraught daily reality of life. It takes a special person to guide these young men away from preordained failure and toward success—and even to keep them alive. In Algiers, on the West Bank of the Mississippi River, that person is Edna Karr High School coach Brice Brown. Award-winning sportswriter Kent Babb first told the inspiring story of Brice Brown in the Washington Post. Now, in ACROSS THE RIVER: Life, Death, and Football in an American City (HarperOne; August 10, 2021; $27.99), Babb goes deeper, widening the narrative with intimate portraits of Brown's players, staff, and surroundings in an ever-tested community. Blending aspects of such disparate classics as Friday Night Lights, The Yellow House, and Ghettoside, Babb's accomplished multi-character narrative illuminates many lives and captures the pulse of New Orleans in all its turbulence, complexity, and defiance. Thirty-four-year-old Brice Brown found high school coaching after his own college football career. As Babb's intensive time spent with him begins, Brown has already led Karr's team to three consecutive state championships in Louisiana's ultra-competitive Class 4A division, and he and everyone in the tight-knit program are primed for a historic fourth win. “Communities such as Algiers rely on the sport as an important incentive and a vehicle to teach life skills and teamwork,” Babb observes. “Brown, for his part, uses the game to teach players that they can, and should, leave the West Bank forever. But first they must survive.” To this end, the brainy and idiosyncratic coach is like a foul-mouthed version of a community preacher. Even after practices, he keeps close tabs on his players via cell phone, patrolling their neighborhoods, often giving them (and even their parents) cash from his own pocket for daily essentials. He rides them hard when he sees their attention flagging because of the outside demands their tough existences place on them. Hanging over Brown, and the program, is the death of Karr's former star quarterback, Tollette “Tonka” George, whose shooting near a local gas station remains unsolved. It haunts the community, not least of all the young man's mother and the minor-celebrity NOPD homicide detective assigned to investigate Tonka's murder. Brown is determined to protect the young men on his team from a similar fate. One, who never knew his father and lives on his own while his mother is in prison, is a brooding natural athlete with the weight of the world on his young shoulders. The quarterback pushes against his father's expectations and ambitions, and a wide receiver squanders his middle-class advantages and gets into trouble with the law. One younger teammate manages to win Brown's outwardly hardened heart with his irreverent energy and humor, gaining the fatherly affection of a coach who's usually all-in on football, which often comes at the expense of his own personal life. More often than not, Brown also quietly takes care of his staff, assuming their financial worries or life crises as his own. As the team makes its way through the season and reaches the playoffs, Brown also jockeys behind the scenes to secure places and scholarships for his players at colleges, showing them a path to the future of which they might otherwise be unaware. Meanwhile, Brown repeatedly puts his own future on hold, refusing to pursue career opportunities that would reward his singular talents and passions. As Kent Babb takes readers inside the lives of Brown and his players, he paints an unforgettable portrait of a community mired by relentless violence and pain, but also dedication and love. Featuring eight pages of full-color photos, ACROSS THE RIVER is an arresting testament to the turbulent and tough roots of America's game and its indelible place as a pathway of hope in the lives of so many.

Arroe Collins
Kent Babb Releases The Book Across The River

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 10:39


There are two New Orleans: the glamorous party city that tourists see and the day-to-day reality of the heavily segregated Black neighborhoods outside the French Quarter. That more real New Orleans is defined by economic inequality, street violence, drugs, and institutional racism. For the young people born and raised there, it is the land of no opportunity—indeed, many struggle just to survive to adulthood. One of the few paths to success for teenage boys is football, which offers a way out with the promise of college scholarships and the possibility of a lucrative pro career. But it is too easy for even the most talented high school players to get off track when faced with the fraught daily reality of life. It takes a special person to guide these young men away from preordained failure and toward success—and even to keep them alive. In Algiers, on the West Bank of the Mississippi River, that person is Edna Karr High School coach Brice Brown. Award-winning sportswriter Kent Babb first told the inspiring story of Brice Brown in the Washington Post. Now, in ACROSS THE RIVER: Life, Death, and Football in an American City (HarperOne; August 10, 2021; $27.99), Babb goes deeper, widening the narrative with intimate portraits of Brown's players, staff, and surroundings in an ever-tested community. Blending aspects of such disparate classics as Friday Night Lights, The Yellow House, and Ghettoside, Babb's accomplished multi-character narrative illuminates many lives and captures the pulse of New Orleans in all its turbulence, complexity, and defiance. Thirty-four-year-old Brice Brown found high school coaching after his own college football career. As Babb's intensive time spent with him begins, Brown has already led Karr's team to three consecutive state championships in Louisiana's ultra-competitive Class 4A division, and he and everyone in the tight-knit program are primed for a historic fourth win. “Communities such as Algiers rely on the sport as an important incentive and a vehicle to teach life skills and teamwork,” Babb observes. “Brown, for his part, uses the game to teach players that they can, and should, leave the West Bank forever. But first they must survive.” To this end, the brainy and idiosyncratic coach is like a foul-mouthed version of a community preacher. Even after practices, he keeps close tabs on his players via cell phone, patrolling their neighborhoods, often giving them (and even their parents) cash from his own pocket for daily essentials. He rides them hard when he sees their attention flagging because of the outside demands their tough existences place on them. Hanging over Brown, and the program, is the death of Karr's former star quarterback, Tollette “Tonka” George, whose shooting near a local gas station remains unsolved. It haunts the community, not least of all the young man's mother and the minor-celebrity NOPD homicide detective assigned to investigate Tonka's murder. Brown is determined to protect the young men on his team from a similar fate. One, who never knew his father and lives on his own while his mother is in prison, is a brooding natural athlete with the weight of the world on his young shoulders. The quarterback pushes against his father's expectations and ambitions, and a wide receiver squanders his middle-class advantages and gets into trouble with the law. One younger teammate manages to win Brown's outwardly hardened heart with his irreverent energy and humor, gaining the fatherly affection of a coach who's usually all-in on football, which often comes at the expense of his own personal life. More often than not, Brown also quietly takes care of his staff, assuming their financial worries or life crises as his own. As the team makes its way through the season and reaches the playoffs, Brown also jockeys behind the scenes to secure places and scholarships for his players at colleges, showing them a path to the future of which they might otherwise be unaware. Meanwhile, Brown repeatedly puts his own future on hold, refusing to pursue career opportunities that would reward his singular talents and passions. As Kent Babb takes readers inside the lives of Brown and his players, he paints an unforgettable portrait of a community mired by relentless violence and pain, but also dedication and love. Featuring eight pages of full-color photos, ACROSS THE RIVER is an arresting testament to the turbulent and tough roots of America's game and its indelible place as a pathway of hope in the lives of so many.

The Drive
Under the Friday night lights

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 14:30


Vype Magazine's Joanna Chadwick makes her weekly visit to talk all that's happening in the Kansas High School Football. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Texas Forever: A Friday Night Lights Podcast

Meryl and Liz wrap up the series finale of Friday Night Lights, rightfully acknowledged as one of the best TV finales ever. The Lions win state! Tim and Tyra plan their futures, as do the newly engaged Matt and Julie. Vince, Tink, Buddy Jr., and all of the Lions assistant coaches are off to the Panthers, where Billy reigns as supreme booster again. Coach chooses Tami's dreams over football, so the family moves to Philly where she becomes a college dean. And Coach Eric Taylor is still coaching high school football, melding the hearts, minds, and futures of young men and their families in Philadelphia. Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose. Thank you to everyone who listened and supported our podcast over the years. Texas forever, y'all. --- Texas Forever is a Friday Night Lights re-watch podcast. Follow us at @TexasForeverPod, @MerylWilliams, and @LizJuranek. Theme song: "Devil Town," Tony Lucca. Editing by Clawson Solutions Group LLC

Simply Money.
Simply Money

Simply Money.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 38:12


Cincinnati Bell is going private. What's it mean for local employees? Does COVID count as a "business interruption"?Beware of this new wave of phone scams…with tech expert Dave Hatter.What should you get the newlyweds? For more couples, the answer is STRAIGHT CASH. Forget about Friday Night Lights… high school students are now leaving early to cash in, now that college players are allowed to be paid.

BLISTER Podcast
Reviewing the News w/ Cody Townsend (August 2021)

BLISTER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 95:11


Cody and Jonathan discuss wildfire management; athlete sponsorships and why the current model needs to be fixed; emerging technologies designed to capture CO2; having to pay to ski uphill; the prospects of Airbnb returning to its roots; and they also fight about coffee, share what they're reading and watching, and more.TOPICS & TIMESLife with Fire podcast (1:19)Coffee Talk / Shots Fired (14:52)CO2 Air Capture Technologies (20:36)Paying to Ski Uphill? (24:12)Airbnb: get back to your roots! (28:07)Patagonia's Jackson Hole Boycott (37:50)Bolt Wars on Pike's Peak (42:03)Athlete Sponsorship Programs (50:34)What We're Reading & Watching (1:11:04)Bringing up Bebe, Pamela Druckerman (1:11:31)See You Tomorrow, Jeremy Evans (1:13:14)Why We Sleep, Matthew Walker (1:17:06)East of Eden, John Steinbeck (1:21:40)Friday Night Lights (1:22:41)Longmire (1:26:02)Succession (1:28:28)RELATED LINKSBlister Podcast: Mountain Towns & MegafiresGEAR:30: Our Very Deep Dive on CoffeeBecome a Blister Member / Get our new Buyer's Guide See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

I Think I Remember That
Varsity Blues - Is this a horror movie?

I Think I Remember That

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 76:15


This week Jenna and Theresa watch a classic teem movie that they each only seen one time, despite being the right age to have seen this in the theaters: Varsity Blues. Dive into the fears of back to school and CTE, the triumph of friendship and the overwhelming feeling that this movie just isn't quite making sense. Jenna and Theresa ponder questions like: What exactly is this movie about? Who exactly is supposed to like this movie? And why is it described as a comedy in the Apple TV blurb?Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts!Have a suggestion for something for us to remember?email us! ithinkirememberthat@gmail.comDig the music? Check out www.jamesandblack.org

TX Forever
TX Talks: Liza Richardson (Music Supervisor)

TX Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 52:50


We have a super unique TX Talk for y'all today! Emmy-nominated Liza Richardson (@lizarichardson) was the Music Supervisor for Friday Night Lights (as well as Parenthood, Watchmen, Outer Banks, Narcos, Barry, Lovecraft Country, The Morning Show, and so much more.) As y'all know, music is SO important to us and we geek out on all things music & film: how music tells stories, rights issues, and we learn her favorite musical moment from FNL (which is one of our all-time favorites too!) Follow our playlist on Spotify to hear all of our favorites from each episode! And be sure to watch for Painkiller on Netflix and Forget Normal! Follow us @txforeverpod / Join our Facebook group Friday Night Lights: Panther Pride --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/txforeverpod/support

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
08/27/2021 - Hour 1 - Bar Hopping On Steroids

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 47:17


Jonas Knox and LaVar Arrington get your Friday off and running by talking CFB kickoff, Friday Night Lights and what Philip Rivers told the high school team he's coaching. They believe the college game day experience is better than NFL, and football needs to make it through the season on all levels. The show has Kellen Moore audio on Dak Prescott...is he full of it? Dak may not be 100% all year, and the fellas celebrate Eddie and his Fresno State commute. Plus, they have classic Belichick audio, and Cam is back. Who will start Week 1? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Heartland Radio 2.0
173 - Introducing the Crazy Calzony

Heartland Radio 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 67:57


Today's episode features a full crew as they welcome each other back from the weekend. Ty opens up the show and movie talk with the television series Friday Night Lights season 1, and what he's expecting coming up. The boys then jump right into the Pod FOD which is a folder compiled from all things around the internet. Today's FOD includes the boys favorite childhood D.A.R.E. program stories, a new tasty treat coming out of Little Caesars Pizza, Robot Ninjas, and much more. Make sure to subscribe to youtube.come/thepodpmi to watch full episodes and don't forget to send your submissions for the Pod FOD to @ThePodPMI on twitter and instagram. We appreciate you rocking with us and we'll see you Wednesday, Cheers.

ID10T with Chris Hardwick
Connie Britton #3

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 72:43


Connie Britton (White Lotus, Friday Night Lights, Nashville) is back on the show! She and Chris Zoom it up even though live a few houses away from each other. They talk about Connie's extensive career, how neither of them knows that much about investing, and their love for house restoration. Connie's current show "The White Lotus" is on HBO Max right now!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sports? with Katie Nolan
Act Like You're American

Sports? with Katie Nolan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 122:08


Katie and the Union try to answer a voicemail question...but end up talking about Ginger Ale. Friendly banter includes Friday Night Lights, Karate Kid and DQ (9:30). Draymond Green wants people to root for America (33:28). Allyson Felix is fast and awesome (41:30). Drink a beer for Molly Seidel (43:40). Team USA makes history in women's volleyball (47:43). The most comprehensive breakdown of rhythmic gymnastics you can find (50:31). What would you buy with $150M (1:22:21)? Finally, what daily task would you like a robot to do for you (1:55:50)?