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Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Golden Eagle Hotline | 9-22-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 59:54


Original airdate - 9/22/22See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Inside Southern Miss Athletics | 9-21-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 44:16


On Inside Southern Miss Athletics this week, John Cox, the Voice of the Golden Eagles, and Athletic Director Jeremy McClain, talk about this week's road football game against the Tulane Green Wave, the early success of men's golf this fall and Sun Belt Conference football. Men's golf coach Eddie Brescher stops by to join the show and talks about his squad's early season success and about what's coming up on the links, while Jordy Joseph, the running backs coach for Golden Eagle football talks about his players and this week's battle in New Orleans with the Tulane Green Wave.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

To The Top Talk
9/19/22- The Points

To The Top Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 54:40


On this week's episode of To The Top Talk presented by the Premier Mortgage Group: we recap the Golden Eagles 64-10 victory over Northwestern State and look ahead to the upcoming matchup with the Tulane Green Wave. #SMTTT

Metaphysical Soul Speak - - The Podcast!

Intro regulars: Schumann Resonance News for 6 places on Earth! The spikes happening in the otherwise calm baseline of 7.83 Hertz! Sun activity, cosmic radiation news, solar wind news, CME and sunspot news. NASA's all sky cameras fireball news for the USA. Intro: I discuss spiritual attacks, loving your enemy and the realization that we are our worst enemy. 444 and 711, 744 are some of the angel numbers. Ascension AND Descension symptoms and what these terms mean. New end of the world tasks given me, super negative energy no longer allowed. God's "Shit List". Christ Consciousness. (Love has won!) Cursed necklaces, jungle brujos and controlling people. Golden Eagle spiritual meaning.

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
9-15-22 Hour 1: Southern Miss, Texas A&M, Mississippi State vs. LSU

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 50:45


Bo and Blake talk Texas A&M and Mississippi State in the first hour of the show live from the Sportsbook in the Golden Moon Casino. The guys start off talking about last weekends great games. The guys discuss why we shouldn't expect as many upsets as we saw last weekend. Bo and Blake talk about Southern Miss and their upcoming schedule. The guys discuss how the Golden Eagles can get things rolling with 10 games let in the season. Bo and Blake discuss why Texas A&M has to win this weekend to avoid real trouble after losing to App State last weekend. The guys talk about the games to watch this Saturday. Bo and Blake preview Mississippi State's first SEC contest this season as they take on LSU. The guys discuss the great food they enjoyed at Phillip Ms. Bo and Blake talk about Mississippi State coaches who have been able to win down in Baton Rouge. Bo and Blake talk about what Mississippi State needs to do on both sides of the ball to pull out a win over LSU. Bo and Blake talk about building the best burger on national double cheese burger day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Supertalk Eagle Hour
Patrick Netherton, voice of Northwestern football talks Saturday's Golden Eagles/Demons match-up, Patrick Magee/NOLA.com talks Southern Miss and Saints

Supertalk Eagle Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 41:22


Dedicated to Southern Miss sports! Weekdays 1 - 2 p.m. on select SuperTalk Mississippi stations. This show is a production of SuperTalk Mississippi Media. Learn more at SuperTalk.FM

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Inside Southern Miss Athletics | 9-14-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 45:55


On Inside Southern Miss Athletics this week, John Cox, the Voice of the Golden Eagles, and Athletic Director Jeremy McClain, talk about this week's home football game against Northwestern State, as well as the Sun Belt Conference and the new leadership in women's softball. Football assistant head coach and general manager Reed Stringer joins the weekly show to talk about shaping the Golden Eagle roster and recruiting, while new softball coach Natalie Poole discusses joining the Golden Eagle family and preparing for her first season at Southern Miss.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

To The Top Talk
9/13/22- Back from Miami

To The Top Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 49:48


On this week's episode of To The Top Talk presented by the Premier Mortgage Group: we discuss the Golden Eagles' trip to Miami and recap this week in Southern Miss Athletics. #SMTTT

The Letterboxd Show
Four Favorites with Julian Higgins: Mythic storytelling, Foxcatcher, Orson Welles and father figures

The Letterboxd Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 69:29 Very Popular


We're all Golden Eagles here. Gemma is away on festival assignment, so filling in for her we've got Letterboxd senior editor and Weekend Watchlist co-host Mitchell Beaupre! Slim and Mitchell are joined by Julian Higgins, director and co-writer of God's Country—his neo-Western debut feature which premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival and is hitting theaters September 16 from IFC Films. We also dive deep into Julian's four favorite films: Rashomon, Chimes at Midnight, The Return and Foxcatcher. Plus: Julian growing up with college professor cinephile parents; why he's never seen a single Star Wars movie (hint: those two things are related); why is everyone in Rashomon sweating so much?; Toshiro Mifune is the last 30 seconds of a bag of Skittles; Slim (still) isn't a Shakespeare person; the relentless pursuit of making a juicy period epic; going “full on Orson Welles”; Thandiwe Newton having bigger balls than Slim; “We all gotta play by the same rules if this is gonna work”; Julian being afraid of reading reviews from writers he loves; Mitchell watching Foxcatcher in the heart of Du Pont country; rich people can get away with anything; ornithologist, philatelist, philanthropist; nostalgia for HD DVD and how they made Slim's dad cry and Julian's childhood hero Basil Rathbone. Credits: This episode was recorded in Los Angeles, Delaware and Pennsylvania, and edited by Slim. Facts by Jack. Booker: Brian Formo. Transcript by Sophie Shin. Art by Samm. Theme: ‘Vampiros Dancoteque' by Moniker. Lists and links: The Letterboxd list of films mentioned; The Emperor and the Wolf: The Lives and Films of Akira Kurosawa and Toshiro Mifune by Stuart Goldbraith IV; The Criterion Collection's HQ page; Julian's Instagram, Winter Light by James Lee Burke; New Novel, New Wave, New Politics: Fiction and the Representation of History in Postwar France by Lynn A. Higgins—Julian's mother Reviews of Rashomon by Esther Rosenfield and DallasFrance, Chimes at Midnight by Alyssa Heflin, God's Country by Brian Tallerico, The Return by Marcissus

Headline News
Chinese President Xi awarded highest order of Kazakhstan

Headline News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:45


Xi Jinping received the Order of the Golden Eagle from his Kazakh counterpart Kassym-Jomart Tokayev after he arrived in Nur Sultan for a state visit to Kazakhstan.

Hurricanes Weekly
Southern Miss Golden Eagles vs University of Miami Hurricanes Highlights Package 9-13-22

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 21:33


A look back at the sounds from last week's Golden Eagles vs Canes Match-up we also hear from Tyler Van Dyke and Chantz Williams 

Hurricanes Weekly
Joe Z & DBJ Preview Texas A&M Match-UP 9-13-22

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 12:43


Joe Z and Don Baily Jr. look back at last week's CAnes vs Golden Eagle's game and look forward to the big match-up next week against Texas A&M

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
Do The Miami Hurricanes Have MORE PRESSURE To Win Since Texas A&M Just Lost To App State?

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 40:38


The Miami Hurricanes took care of business against Southern Miss, defeating the Golden Eagles 30-7 at Hard Rock Stadium. Miami will face the Texas A&M Aggies next. The Aggies suffered a shocking home loss to Appalachian State and it dropped them out of the top 10. So, does Mario Cristobal's team have extra pressure to come away from the Lone Star State with a victory now that the Aggies have been exposed? Host Alex Donno and guest Brad Tejeda from Canes Insight discuss Miami's pressure heading into this tough road matchup and whether this changes anything. The guys review Miami's win over Southern Miss including a great rushing performance from Henry Parrish and both sides of the ball growing into the game by the second half. Tyler Van Dyke hit Key'Shawn Smith on a flea flicker touchdown, while defensive tackle Leonard Taylor took over in the second half. Donno and Brad talk all things recruiting! The guys discuss Chaminade receiver/corner Edwin Joseph, WR's Tyler Williams and Hykeem Williams, RB Chris Johnson, d-linemen Rueben Bain, Damon Wilson and Samuel M'Pemba, and offensive tackle Samson Okunlola. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Upside Download the FREE Upside App and use promo code Locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
REACTION: Miami Hurricanes Beat Southern Miss 30-7, Start Slow & Finish Strong, Aggies NEXT!

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 24:56


The Miami Hurricanes started slow and trailed Southern Miss 7-3 in the first half. But the Hurricanes adapted, scored 27 unanswered points and pitched a second half shutout. Tyler Van Dyke was shaky in the first half and the offensive line struggled against the blitzing of the Golden Eagles. The Canes defense was beaten often in coverage by the surprising volume of the Southern Miss passing attack. The Hurricanes tightened up on both sides of the football in the second half. Henry Parrish rushed for over 100 yards for the second straight week.  Host Alex Donno reacts to Miami's win and breaks down the good and the bad. Donno will not apologize for a win, especially after seeing Notre Dame lose at home to Marshall, Texas A&M lose at home to Appalachian State, and Alabama nearly lose to Texas. The Hurricanes face the Aggies next week, will they be out for payback? Miami receiver Xavier Restrepo had another good performance and Brashard Smith, Michael Redding and Key'Shawn Smith had important catches. On defense, Leonard Taylor made some disruptive tackles for loss in the second half. Miami completely negated Southern Miss' star running back Frank Gore, Jr. They held Gore to only 10 yards on 7 carries. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Upside Download the FREE Upside App and use promo code Locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more.  Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Radio Monmouth
United Red Storm @ Mercer County Golden Eagles Football on 9-9-22

Radio Monmouth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 153:09


The United Red Storm travel to Aledo to take on the Mercer County Golden Eagles in a Lincoln Trail Conference match up.

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Golden Eagle Hotline | 9-8-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 59:53


Original airdate - 9/8/22See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
9-9-22 Hour 3: Live from the Threefoot Hotel

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 59:14


Bo is live from the Threefoot Hotel in Meridian talking football and the Y'all Lifestyle in the final hour of the show in the mobile BankPlus Studio. Craig Ray, Director of Tourism for Visit Mississippi, joins the show live in the mobile BankPlus Studio from the Threefoot Hotel in Meridian. Craig talks about the numerous things going on around the state as we head into the Fall season of tourism. From the rebirth of Meridian to the upcoming Cruisin' the Coast event, Craig discusses some of the signature events of Mississippi. From SEC football to an illustrious concert schedule, Craig and Bo talk about the explosion of tourism around the state. Terry Dale Cruz, Head of Campus for Mississippi State Meridian, joins the show live in the mobile BankPlus Studio from the Threefoot Hotel in Meridian. Terry Dale shares some of the latest from the MSU satellite campus and the Riley Center for Education and Performing Arts. As the Meridian campus celebrates its 50th year in operation, Bo and Terry Dale discuss the great work going on in the Queen City. In the SEC Insider Hit, college football guru Dave Bartoo joins the show on the Yuengling Lager guest line playing Show Me the Money powered by the Sportsbook at Golden Moon Casino. Dave sets the table for the weekend full of college football action and outlines how his "By the Numbers" system works. Dave takes a look at the numbers behind Mississippi State and Arizona as the Bulldogs head west to Pac 12 country for a big non-conference match-up. Dave talks offensive and defensive efficiency numbers for both the Bulldogs and Wildcats, and gives his prediction for who takes the win. Dave walks us through the big SEC games of the week, from Kentucky and Florida battling for the East to the Razorbacks welcoming South Carolina to Fayetteville. Dave applies his formula to the lines from the Sportsbook at Golden Moon Casino to pick the favorites that cover and the underdogs that could pull of the upset. Bartoo takes shots at Jimbo and Texas A&M following a lackluster performance in week one and previews their game against App State this weekend. Dave talks Golden Eagles football as Southern Miss travels to Miami to take on Mario Cristobal and the Canes. Dave surprises with his game of the week being in the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
9-8-22 Show Me the Money w/ Dave Bartoo

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 39:24


College football guru Dave Bartoo joins the show on the Yuengling Lager guest line playing Show Me the Money powered by the Sportsbook at Golden Moon Casino. Dave sets the table for the weekend full of college football action and outlines how his "By the Numbers" system works. Dave takes a look at the numbers behind Mississippi State and Arizona as the Bulldogs head west to Pac 12 country for a big non-conference match-up. Dave talks offensive and defensive efficiency numbers for both the Bulldogs and Wildcats, and gives his prediction for who takes the win. Dave walks us through the big SEC games of the week, from Kentucky and Florida battling for the East to the Razorbacks welcoming South Carolina to Fayetteville. Dave applies his formula to the lines from the Sportsbook at Golden Moon Casino to pick the favorites that cover and the underdogs that could pull of the upset. Bartoo takes shots at Jimbo and Texas A&M following a lackluster performance in week one and previews their game against App State this weekend. Dave talks Golden Eagles football as Southern Miss travels to Miami to take on Mario Cristobal and the Canes. Dave surprises with his game of the week being in the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
9-8-22 Show Me the Money w/ Dave Bartoo: Miss. State and Southern Miss

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 22:37


College football guru Dave Bartoo joins the show on the Yuengling Lager guest line playing Show Me the Money powered by the Sportsbook at Golden Moon Casino. Dave sets the table for the weekend full of college football action and outlines how his "By the Numbers" system works. Dave takes a look at the numbers behind Mississippi State and Arizona as the Bulldogs head west to Pac 12 country for a big non-conference match-up. Dave talks offensive and defensive efficiency numbers for both the Bulldogs and Wildcats, and gives his prediction for who takes the win. Dave talks Golden Eagles football as Southern Miss travels to Miami to take on Mario Cristobal and the Canes as massive underdogs following a tough loss to Liberty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wide Right: A show about the Miami Hurricanes
Miami vs. Southern Miss preview

Wide Right: A show about the Miami Hurricanes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 23:10


The 15th-ranked Miami Hurricanes (1-0) host Southern Miss (0-1) on Saturday at noon and Manny catches up with Scott Watkins of the Biloxi Sun Herald to preview the game. Scott shares his insights on what's happened to the Golden Eagles at quarterback, the plan on offense, and the Nasty Bunch defense led by the youngest defensive coordinator at the FBS level. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sconnie Jonny
NFL is Back!

Sconnie Jonny

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 59:59


Jon and Aaron discuss the NFL's Opening Week and preview Packers-Vikings.  Then they review the Badgers beating Illinois St. and look ahead to Washington St.  The guys end the Main Event with a touch on the Brewers so-so week.  Finally, a Last Call the hits WIAC football and volleyball with Badgers and Golden Eagles.  

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Inside Southern Miss Athletics | 9-7-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 45:48


On Inside Southern Miss Athletics this week, John Cox, the Voice of the Golden Eagles, and Athletic Director Jeremy McClain, talk about a wide variety of topics involving the fall sports that are now underway. Football tight ends coach Cayden Cochran joins the show to talk about this week's road game against the Miami Hurricanes, while women's volleyball head coach Jenny Hazelwood discusses the start of the season, her roster and the first year in the Sun Belt Conference.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast
177 - Previewing Southern Miss Football & Recapping Week 2 of High School Football

The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 59:00


On this week's episode of The Pine Belt Sports Podcast, Taylor Curet joins the show to recap and preview the high school football action. Andrew and Taylor then dive into Southern Miss' football season and talk about the Golden Eagles' upcoming season opener against Liberty.

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Inside Southern Miss Athletics | 8-31-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 46:50


On Inside Southern Miss Athletics this week, John Cox, the Voice of the Golden Eagles, and Athletic Director Jeremy McClain, discuss the opening week of the football season as the Golden Eagles play host to Liberty at The Rock this Saturday. Football special teams coordinator Greg Meyer also joins the show this week and talks preparations for this week's season opener, while Director of Player Personnel Joe Moreno discusses some of the steps involved in putting together the Golden Eagle football roster.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Main Corpse
Main Corpse | Ep. 24 - This and That Bakery & The Cursed Golden Eagle

Main Corpse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 35:55


In this episode, we talk about our visit to the Bridgeport Farmers Market. Shoutout to the Lunchbox again, and their banana pudding we finally got to try. For this episode, we try baked goods from This and That Bakery: tomato basil focaccia, banana pepper filled pepperoni roll, assorted macarons. Matt tells the story of a sixties cursed police vehicle in Old Orchard Beach Maine, that trades hands frequently. Matt details the odd occurrences that happen to each owner or those who have encountered the car over the years. You can decide for yourself if it is coincidence or a mysterious curse on the car. Matt and Kelsey run up that hill towards Jesus, weird fish, the crossroads, time space devouring walnuts, and a self repairing car business.

Whatcom Preps Podcast
2022 Ferndale Golden Eagles Team Preview

Whatcom Preps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 41:29


Tyler Anderson and Ryland Spencer give you a full team breakdown of the 2022 Ferndale Golden Eagles football team.

CTRL ALT Revolt!
The Tolkien Project Chapter Four

CTRL ALT Revolt!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 24:40


Read last week's Episode hereChapter FourWalkerSome in the district had known this one as Walker. Few in fact still recalled the name by which he went these days. It had been many a year since the stranger, a man with a ragged scar about his throat, had been through these parts. In the days prior to the night of the Telling of the Show at the Last Friendly Inn, Walker had been seen “close and thereabouts” as the Littles like to say of strangers passing along the road to the south, or the smaller lanes and even trails that wove on out toward Olive Hills and the Dry Stretch. Or even further into the unreckoned neighborhoods of Barrows Valley and all that unknown that lay beyond its eastern edge.But there had been many dark figures on the road and out in the hills lately. Some said Gobs. Others, the Hobbs themselves. Goblins or the larger and nastier variety hobgoblins[NC1] . But of course the Littles always defaulted to their favorite boogedyman… ‘warewoofs.Now the candles were burning very low within the inn, and the fire within the hearth had reduced itself to little more than ash and an orange glow. This was the last of the night at the inn and now all that lay ahead in the darkness was quiet, and perhaps one low candle burning. And of course, the lanterns out along the roads and lanes kept going by the Night Watch. Outside the inn, occasional bursts of the windy thunder came off the distant coast and roared across Strawberry Flats sending small disquieting moans down its antique length just inland from the shores.No one moved and there was no sound in the inn until once more Walker began to speak, only the creaking of his road-wearied leathers breaking the silence just before he began.“The enemy was not defeated at Sirith Osildor,” rasped the stranger the Littles knew as Walker. He moved closer to them, and one would think his old high hard-worn boots would have made some soft thump across the ancient boards as he moved. Like some cheap travelling tragedian playing the stage to effect. But the strange man, and weren't all men strange, moved without a sound and this gave truth to the rumor that he leagued with the Forest Watchers, a dangerous lot of Northern Men long come down out of the North whose ways and beliefs were strange and mysterious to the elves of Indolién and even more so to the many good folk of the Gentle Lands.Walker made eye contact with them all and then returned to watching the last embers of the fire. His grim face was made even more so by the little light left in the room.“The enemy were not turned back and sent to flight…” he paused. Then, “… as you saw in the wizard's tricks and lying glamours.”“But we saw the truth?” stammered old Hoot TacMavish who'd been in the kitchen and had sliced his own cut of the wheel. “How cannee be different in what we saw, stranger?”He chewed his cheese as they waited for the response he'd seemed to angrily demand.But the stranger did not answer Hoot directly and continued to stare into the orange coals as he moved closer from out of the darkness and toward the hearth so they could see him better.“Nor did Adoras strike a blow among many against the Wyrm. Coming in against the flanks of the shadow, as you have been told. None of those things happened. And if you want to know what is true… then that is not it and never has been from the lips of the Elves of Indolién.”“Then Adoras did not ride?” piped up one of the Littles.Walker smiled. It was not the smile of a man playing with prey. Nor was it the smile of someone who despises a question in the middle of their speech. No, it was a sad, yet kind smile.“Did you see in the last week a great host move along the road, heading south to the battle you were told of?” asked Walker softly. As though[NC2]  it was a real question, and no one had asked was because the answer is known, and the asker merely wants to make the listener seem foolish. No. It was an honest question. One that almost seemed like he'd prefer the answer that made him the liar. As though, a different answer would have been better than the one that was.The Little said nothing.“Because surely you would have seen so many of the Elven Cavalry and Spear, glittering and bright in Indolién's sacred armors. I tell you… you would not have missed such a sight.”“It's no[NC3] t like that,” said the Little. Walker replied nothing. The Little stammered and sallied on which is their way when they're on about something. Not easily dissuaded those Littles aren't. “Well… ‘tis all tactics like, Walker. Thas' what your name is, isn't it? They came at them from the flank as good ol' Malrond says so. The way I figures the maps, they must've taken the Eastern Hills road and gone out through Olive Wood or even Wild Tangle… or maybe…” and here the Little crossed himself and made a sign at this next bit, “Or Even Barrows Valley though I don't like to even say it much less think it.”“Aye,” piped in Tom MacTarthy who ran the stable and had come in to find his last pint of the night. Something had made him uneasy out there in the dark all alone, and the ponies had gone skittish, and it had taken him much hay and whispering to calm them down. Like there was some predator about but none that he could see. Maybe it was the wind, he'd decided after a bit, when he'd made up his mind to go pull himself a pint and found Fatty and others still gathered by the main hearth listening to the palaver of the stranger. A man no less. But the mood in the inn felt just as a thunderstorm, he'd tell others later when they'd listen.Walker stopped and didn't turn to look at a one of them. He was still before the dying fire. Behind him near the bar, the sound of Tom blowing the froth of his pint was the only sound that could be heard for a moment. Then the wind ran through the eaves high up on the third story and through the ancient section that was known as the Old Count's Tower that was part of the inn and far older than anyone suspected.But that is an older tale and has nothing to do with this one. Which is how things often are. There are more stories out there than you can imagine. On every walk in every out of the way place, there are many lying in the shadows and down undiscovered trails.“And so…” continued Walker, “… no one came from down the Barrow Hills ways and gave account of the long snake of an elven army in full armor and on the march for battle? Not to one of you ever talkative lot of Littles… well, I find that hard to believe.”Silence.“Well, t'wouldn't it be secret-like?” asked one of the other Littles near the fire. “Elves is queer strange and who knows them ways of our betters and all. But ifn' anyone could do it… well stands to reason t'would be mighty Prince Adoras and the lot o' his generals.”“Are you saying Good Ol' Malrond lied to us?” said another quickly on the heels of this.“No,” said Walker more to himself than to his audience. “Prince Adoras did not come to battle in the South. In fact… there was no elven host to give battle to the Shadow himself or that wyrm that curls about the tower even now.”“How say'ee that? How do ye know?” asked another, his eyes and lips full of incredulity.“Because I was there, my Little friend,” said Walker after a long cool moment, and then sat down in a low chair near the fire. His coal black eyes still intent on the fire regardless.“I will tell you a story then, my friends,” he began with a tired sigh. A dog barked outside, savagely for a few seconds and to this the man listened. When it stopped, he told Fatty to lock the doors to the inn and gave no reason for it. Fatty, jangling his big ring of keys, dashed off to do just that. Then Walker began to speak.“The story of the fall of Sirith Osildor, Tower of the Golden Eagle as it was once known by another name. Maldornesoron it was once called. But not now. Not anymore in these dark and treacherous days. The warriors who died holding a line there a few nights ago, held for help that would never come from fair Indolién.”Now the weathered man cast his tired yet kind gaze about them all and it was not unkind, or even prideful or arrogant as most elves can be. No. It was the look of a long-suffering and patient friend in times that are difficult. Or of the kind one wears when explaining difficulties to young ‘uns. He seemed to nod to himself regarding what he might say next before continuing on. And when he was satisfied with the answer he had decided to give, he began his story in full.It was just words. Not like magics. Not like the wizard's smoke and shadows. But there was power in these. And more so some would say later.“The armies of the Shadow came howling out of the southern waystes on the first full moon of spring. Earlier than expected, but the Tower Watch had gone deeper into the waystes, scouting in small bands, than it ever had before that winter, and it was clear the orcish tribes would be on the move come spring. Some said just another war between themselves. Or against the Eastern lands and the Ancient Kingdoms of Men. Or even the Indaar. But Bear Killer of the Watch said it would be Osildor if it was anywhere. So, we gathered to assist the elves of the Tower where we could, and within days, we found ourselves fighting for the outskirts of the river and dock district as the forces of the Shadow gathered across the waters of the river. The wizard's sorceries were true enough in some respects, outright lies in others. But isn't that how the best lies always are… some sweet grains of truth to wash down the bitter lies one finds in the cup. What we wouldn't have given for a good wall to fight from. But the throne of Indolién has long thought the Black River to be a good enough defense, though why anyone would think that has always been a mystery to Men of the Watch. It's easier to cross than most and in almost every place, and sometimes near dry as bone when the rains don't come down in the Eastern Mountains.“But there was no wall and so we fought side by side with Gaelrandir's Spear along the docks and into the city dregs near the river. The orcish war chiefs were crafty and very clever the first night. Never coming straight on at the tower where our might was most gathered. But instead forcing us into a battle for blocks and neighborhoods long abandoned and some say even haunted.“In one such street my brotherhood faced one of the Eld Longdarks, and it was there we gave battle and lost half our number in combat.”Several of the Littles gasped in amazement.The Eld were the stuff of nightmares and boogey tales of the long ago from the Age of Darkness before the lands were the way they would be. Longdark Trolls were considered the worst predators of the night and known to dine on the bones of their enemies in preference to the flesh they stripped away with stone daggers.“A named beast this was,” continued Walker as he watched the embers unblinkingly. As though he were seeing it all as it had been seen on the dark night. “Fell and Eld indeed was this one. Oggrindaar he was known by in the speech of the Eldarin Elves who once ruled from mighty Easold the Lost. He came out from the ruins of an ancient temple, fangs dripping with blood and red murder in his burning eyes. His hide though leathery, was tough and scarred from a thousand years of battle in the deep halls of the earth where few have ever been. And fewer still returned from. Girded with fabled Giant's Plate, like those of its kind wore who fell in battle before the Malantur, the eld troll who little feared our small company of watchers armed with bow and sword. But they are men of the road, the watchers, and no mere foe to be trifled with even when a dread troll is in the mix. And I will say this, the elves were there too, and the elves do not spend their lives cheaply.”Silence as Walker turned from the fire to watch their small yet expressive faces. Their minds did more work and saw more truth that the glimmers of the wizard could have manufactured. The mind is so much more powerful than the mere trickeries of image and light. When given the chance, it destroys those things.“We strove hours into the late night against the enemy there and three of us were killed by dark fire from the black arrows of the shadow orcs supporting the raging dread troll. Greybeard was wounded sorely but fought on at the front of the company, facing down the roaring troll, trading blows with his ancient blade and driving the beast back into the burning ruins of the temple he'd come out from. A moment later the whole rotting structure collapsed when the great troll was mortally wounded and gave out a horrific cry at its last, defeated. But in the same moment our clan lord was gone from this earth. We gave not a moment to our grief and pressed the attack against the orc archers and infantry surging into the street from every direction because even their chiefs, fiends every one of them, knew the battle was here this night.“I would tell you that right there we won the district and turned the tide of battle, reclaiming the lost street and putting the Shadow host to the sword wherever they could be found. But I cannot for that would be a lie… and a betrayal to my oath as a storyteller.”Now at the word storyteller all the Littles as one seemed to lean back in their chairs or shift their feet uncomfortably.Why so, you might ask at such an innocuous word. Isn't a storyteller a tale teller? A bard? A skald? An entertainer or even a mountebank in some low cases? A tragedian as has been mentioned?No.No, a storyteller is none of those things. And so, Walker was not.During those dark and uncertain times, a storyteller was something much more than just a gossip with a gift for fine speech. In the years since the rise of the wizards in the Emerald Council, the once noble storytellers had long fallen out of favor with the lands. It was rumored, whispered constantly, and even mocked in the murmurings of court before the Emerald Throne and among the pleasures of the Feather Gardens, that to be called a ‘storyteller' in polite company, was to be awarded the highest insult with the most dismissive of slurs.To admit to being one, that is another thing altogether. And one you shall see the nature of as we go along here for a bit.But Walker did not mind their discomfort and continued on with the tale, seeing that they would listen more now. Which is all a storyteller needs.Someone to listen to the truth the storyteller is telling. Instead of locking it up in a tower, or beneath the lost Vaults of Unthur where living eye has not been for long years to see what truly lies buried there in the deeps of time.“Within days we had lost the district and many valiant warriors,” continued Walker plainly. No tricks. No smoke. No shadows. “Elves and men who serve despite the pleasures of the throne, fought valiantly to the last for such is the way of warriors. Stagg the Swift, a watcher, fell in the Water Courts beneath the shadow of the tower. Daeanor Longblade himself, against the orcs holding the way between Straight Street and the Mire Warrens where strange things haunt the nights. Daeanir, brother of the Longblade himself, fell too, hours later at the foot of the tower as we sought to make our last stand. I could tell you all on this strange and quiet night, of many others who fell, many names to be recorded in the Book of Deeds when this is done, told in countless tales high in the Eastern Mountains to keep their memories alive during the dark and uncertain times we face, but all the defeats were the same and the endings as grim as we fought to cede as little ground as possible to the ravening orcish tribes streaming across the Black River and coming for the tower.“There seemed that night to be no end to them.“In the end we were trapped inside the tower and that's when she came. A great drake from the south, an ancient thing from the lost Age of Darkness when Vaugamir Blackhand cast aside the ways of elves and became Lord Sauth and did make war against his brothers and the children.“The drake struck the tower with living black flame, searing the uppermost defenders before trumpet or call to battle could be sounded. We fought it back with our best archers, but no weapons seemed strong enough to drive her off. And meanwhile the orcish host had come against the Mythildor which is the fabled silver gate of the Sirith Osildor crafted long ago by the Eldaar Elves as a gift to men.At once the tower was struck and the great wyrm landed among the uppermost battlements and began wreaking much havoc against the Silver Guards who have long held that watch. I say this now and will say it until I am convinced otherwise… not one of Foemor's warriors survived, instead choosing to give their all against the drake in hope of driving her off the tower, even as it began to collapse along the outer galleries, with great sheets of the fabled marble of Easold's quarries crashing down like foam-tossed surf from the rocky coasts of Nurth.“It was Bearkiller who bade us understand that the tower was lost now and we should flee to our missions. He speaks for the Watch, and so every one of us did as we must and disappeared among the chaos and slaughter, for there was nothing that could be done. No charge. No Adoras. No Norsus striking a fatal blow. And now I have come north into the Gentle Lands as I was bid, to tell you what has truly happened in the South and to seek the trail of the task I have been given. These are the things you must know instead of the glimmers of the wizards who serve the Emerald Court, who would have you believe many other things instead of really what was, and what now is.”“And…” asked Old Barley who'd sat quietly with his pipe in the chair as he always did, dozing and listening. Apparently, he'd been listening more than dozing. “If'n the tower was lost and surrounded by orcs and the like even more terrible than such… well then, a simple farmer like me'self has to ask how came ye through the fight?”    Walker studied the crowd of Littles in the inn close to midnight now. Again, he seemed to hear something afar off in the night that none of them could, and it must be said Littles have fine ears for hearing when they're not going on about something with their mouths. For a moment the man waited, seeking to hear it again so he could confirm his suspicions that it was soon time to move on.But then he continued after a bit.“There were ancient halls beneath the old tower. Carved out during the time of the Mad Kings of Men from the Old Age. The Watch knew of its locations beneath the crypts and led the survivors out through wraith-haunted halls, but not…”And here Walker paused.For a moment the Littles thought his rasping throat that made the whisper voice grim and determined, had merely gone dry. Fatty swept his great bulk toward the taps like some blustering storm at sea suddenly changing course and filled a mug of his best. A moment later he was handing it to the stranger like an offering and backing away like one might from a wild animal found on a forest path late one winter afternoon far from village and home. And safety.But that was not the case. No. Not the case at all. Something had happened down there in the crypts, and it was not to be forgotten. Not since, and not ever. And even as Walker had this thought, the siren call of its truth, which seemed a completely ironic thing compared to what it really was, called to him from the bundle he'd left in the darkness near where he'd first appeared.He cast his dark eyes toward the pack on the floor. It was old, leather, and much used.It seemed to all the Littles in the room that night that a look crossed the stranger's face that seemed to say, or indicate, that he only wanted to be free of its burden for a moment.Wrapped in oilcloth… it… called… to him.And for a moment, something cold and unseen could be felt by the Littles in the room though they knew it not.I'm here. Here with you now, outcast wanderer whose true name I know. Here. Touch me.The man drank the offered pint and wiped his lips with the back of his weathered and dark hand.That bit, that was not for Little ears. Or for any.The Truth is a funny thing, Immaradir the Old had once reminded Walker. Sometimes it is so powerful, it convinces you that you must lie for it.There was that. And there was something else. There were orders. Orders from Bearkiller as he held the hall beneath the crypts, surely dead by now for he's spent his life against crypt wraiths to see our fellowship free of the dark.“… Not without cost,” Walker finished after the long, strange moment that had passed there in the inn. “Many of the Watch there at the Battle of Sirith Osildor perished in the flight through the lower reaches of the halls. Dark things long asleep tried to prevent our passage but the knowledges of the Watchers are useful against such old ghosts. Lore and wisdom regarding how to defeat such is kept as ready as sharp sword and a keen knife for any of the Watch. Still… it was not without cost… to us.”There was another sound out there in the dark tonight. And now Walker could sense the hour and what was going to happen.He heard them now. Gathering out there in the dark. Coming in from the fields and tracks they'd followed him along from the fields of battle… and slaughter. Or had they been waiting there ahead of him all along? Had the wizard's tale been bait, to draw him into the inn.“So why'ee tell us?” asked one of the Littles, unaware of the dark thing at the door to the inn as the Walker was even now. “And who's to say whether Malrond or ye is right in the tellin' of such things as don't concern us of the Gentle Lands. Indoly…” which is what Littles called Indolién, “…is but a day's ride to the north. The elfs may not have marched south but the Army of the King is still there, and I doubt they'll abide a black host coming north anytime soon.”“Tis true enough,” said Walker rising, hand on the hilt of his old sword. “I doubt they'll abide what they can afford to ignore but little longer.[NC4]  But such behaviors as I thought once unexpected have become the norm for such times now and it is best to track by them. Duty and honor are things put on and off like the dress and jewelry of fine elven maids in Indolién. The truth is a piece of thrown pottery that can be shaped as needed and broken when finished with. As long as there is clay, new truths can be manufactured every day and all day. The wizards shape the clay and feed you what they want you to believe.”“But why?”“Why is it ever so, my Little friend? For power and power alone is the answer. And so you must ask yourself good people, and you are truly good, for the Watchers and those who still strive against the Shadow know of what stuff you are made and can count on you, you who were once known by another name long before the elves came into the lands, a name the Storytellers have not forgotten though some of you have even now. What will you do with the truth when it has come home to you? That is really the question for this night.”No one spoke.Walker moved toward his ruck on the floor. The thing wrapped in oilskin inside an old blanket that had been rolled up along the top of the weathered carry.He checked his blade. Felt his knife at his side. Knew that was all he had to face the ones waiting out there in the dark for him.Knew that was a lie.He had so much more. Craft. Knowledge. Truth.“And me, outcast. Hecil. One lost or forsaken by friends, waif, outcast. You have me,” cooed the thing wrapped in oilcloth. Don't forget about me, Hecil.“If it's orcs, or even ‘warewoofs', why we'll fight ‘em to keep our lands free as we always has, Walker,” cried Cormic, swinging his empty mug aloft like it was one of the great swords of fabled renown.Many of which were lost now.Walker watched the burly and brave Little for a moment as he pulled his battered cloak over his head. Piercing eyes stared out from the darkness within at them all. Once more the wind came up like a wild thing from off the coasts and moors and raced along the eaves of the old pile and down into the chimney.It was a strange night indeed.“I know you will, Cormic. The Bobbin always have answered when the Old Kings called, even back to the days of Eld when the Dark Elf ruled the land and there was much terror, and few heroes in those days. The stories have always said so of bobbins.Only a few of the Littles knew that old calling of their race. None were asleep now as they watched the man among them, sure that dark times and trouble were to be had and on their way.“And the stories have always been true. As they must be,” said Walker.Then he was gone out into the late night as Fatty let him out, locking the great lock as soon as the stout and well-kept door was closed and the bolt shot.Also… we'll be doing a Book Club Discussion tomorrow night, Saturday, on my YouTube Check out some books by NickThe American Wasteland TrilogyThe Old Man and the WastelandThe Savage BoyThe Road is a RiverSoda Pop Soldier BooksSoda Pop SoldierPop Kult WarlordCTRL ALT RevoltGalaxy's EdgeForgotten Ruin SeriesThe Tragedy of the Strange Company SeriesStrange CompanyVoodoo WarfareThe End of the World as We Knew ItFight the Rooster This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit nickcole.substack.com/subscribe

The Hardy Street Boyz
GOLDEN EAGLE Jon Smith PREDICTS USM Football Season | THSB #74

The Hardy Street Boyz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 41:05


When you think of Southern Miss Athletics, you think "Big Jon" Smith. A larger-than-life personality with a larger-than-life passion for his alma mater, Jon is the PERFECT hype man for the upcoming Golden Eagle Football season. We got to talk football, family, Yeungling beer, and South Carolina Women's Soccer--this is an episode jam-packed with sports and enthusiasm. If you ask us, that's the most accurate representation of who Jon Smith is. Eags by 90! If you live here, put out your black and gold, because attitude is contagious... USM FOOTBALL TIX INFO https://southernmiss.com/sports/2018/7/19/football-ticket-information.aspx#Single COMMUNITY BANK https://communitybank.net COLUMBIA FOOD + MUSIC FESTIVAL http://mcdp.chambermaster.com/events/details/columbia-food-music-festival-800 WEBSITE https://thehardystreetboyz.com PATREON https://patreon.com/thehardystreetboyz Trailer 0:00 Episode Intro 0:56" Big Jon" 1:55 Jon Smith 2:40 All the cool kids use banking apps 20:36 Food and Music! 21:47 Let Boobie Spin 22:58 USM Athletics and Family 28:20 Host/Executive Producer/Director/Writer/Editor: Drew Wooton Co-Host/Original Music: Jamie Massengale Set Design: Thomas Seibert and Lester Gire Opening Theme Videography: Tanner Davis #smttt #collegegameday #eagsby90 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thehardystreetboyz/support

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Inside Southern Miss Athletics | 8-24-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 46:40


On Inside Southern Miss Athletics this week, John Cox, the Voice of the Golden Eagles, and Athletic Director Jeremy McClain, discuss the start of the athletic year, recent events to help kick-off the football season and preparations for the start of the football season on September 3 against Liberty. Football defensive coordinator and linebacker coach Austin Armstrong talks preseason preparations and The Nasty Bunch defense, while safeties coach Dan O'Brien also talks about the defense and some of the challenges the team will face this season.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Draft Podcast
The Purple Stuff Draft w/ Alexis Kraft

The Draft Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 59:27


The Downtown Rams' Alexis Kraft joins The Draft Pod Boys for a draft of all things purple! Alexis is now in the five-timers club and we unveil the new moniker for a Draft Pod Five-Timer. You wanna be a 5-Time guest on The Draft Pod? Reach out to us and let's get the ball rolling.

Supertalk Eagle Hour
Southern Miss Defensive Coordinator Austin Armstrong sets up Golden Eagle defense plus Heath Hinton from Big Gold Nation talks Liberty football

Supertalk Eagle Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 41:21


Dedicated to Southern Miss sports! Weekdays 1 - 2 p.m. on select SuperTalk Mississippi stations. This show is a production of SuperTalk Mississippi Media. Learn more at SuperTalk.FM

Cliff Notes Podcast
2022 Bishop LeBlond Volleyball Season Preview

Cliff Notes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 6:52


Coming off a 2nd place finish in Class 2 Bishop LeBlond looks to reload for a run back to the Final Four! Hear from Golden Eagle coach Kim Huss! This episode is sponsored by the fine folks at Tolly & Associates! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cliffnotespod/support

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn
Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - August 21, 2022 - HR 3

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 39:01


Quit Pretending. Primary Season proves the Old Guard Bush-Cheney GOP is done. Grim wet blanket Mitch McConnell has no constituency. Todays GOP Voters want border security, no more ridiculous wars and trade deals that benefit America First. Mollie Hemingway sums it up nicely. Can someone send the memo to the dinosaurs in the Old GOP Club? Meanwhile, CNN's Brian Stelter finally gets fired. No more propaganda from Mr. Potato. Exploring the power disguises of Liz Cheney -- definitely not a martyr, much less "presidential' material." Soviet Skills. Lincoln would have voted Hageman. And no, Laura Ingraham, Wyoming voters are not "exhausted." Caller distrust for DeSantis. Starbucks doesn't like "mail-in ballots." Windmills projected to kill half the population of Golden Eagles in the West by 2050. Self-absorbed Alec Baldwin says his shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins has "taken years off" his life. Amish organic farmer harassed by USDA bureaucrats. The great unresolved Toto v. Weezer debate. Soccer Updates, host's son's team wins Colorado soccer tournament. Yay! With Listener Calls.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The jake wimberly  Podcast
Heath Hinton on Southern Miss football camp

The jake wimberly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 12:27


Heath Hinton of Big Gold Nation joins us to get caught up on Southern Miss football camp and new opponents in the Sun Belt for the Golden Eagles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Inside Southern Miss Athletics | 8-17-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 46:15


This Week on Inside Southern Miss Athletics John Cox, the Voice of the Golden Eagles, is joined by Director of Athletics Jeremy McClain and discusses the loss of former Golden Eagle baseball player and Coach Corky Palmer, who passed away last week at the age of 68. Cox is also joined by several former Golden Eagle baseball players who pay tribute to Coach Palmer with their thoughts about what he meant to them. Former Eagle standout and now assistant football coach Chad Williams also joins the show and talks about his career and coaching the cornerbacks.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

RSN Racing Pulse
Ozzie Kheir chats about his team of horses heading into the spring including Golden Eagle

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 11:54


Ozzie joins us to have a chat about his team of horses heading into the spring including Golden Eagle hopeful Light Infantry. We'll also get the latest on Verry Elleegant as she prepares for her overseas debut

RSN Racing Pulse
Ozzie Kheir chats about his team of horses heading into the spring including Golden Eagle

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 11:54


Ozzie joins us to have a chat about his team of horses heading into the spring including Golden Eagle hopeful Light Infantry. We'll also get the latest on Verry Elleegant as she prepares for her overseas debut

Cliff Notes Podcast
2022 Fall Sports Preview: Bishop LeBlond Football

Cliff Notes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 15:44


In 2019 LeBlond football entered their first year of 8-man football and finished with a 2-7 record. Two years later the Golden Eagles finished with an 8 win improvement and one game shy of a district championship. With 6 out of 8 starters back on both sides of the ball LeBlond has a chance for a special season. We hear from Head Coach Chuck Davis, Seniors Landon Gardner, Jake Korell and Joe Weaver. This show is also sponsored by the fine folks at Tolly & Associates! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cliffnotespod/support

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Inside Southern Miss Athletics | 8-10-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 47:34


On Inside Southern Miss Athletics this week, John Cox, the Voice of the Golden Eagles, and Athletic Director Jeremy McClain discuss season tickets, the fall sports and football Saturdays at The Rock. University President Dr. Joe Paul, talks about returning to the campus and his days at Southern Miss, while Golden Eagle outside linebacker coach Mark Criner talks about pre-season workouts and the upcoming season.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Tell Me Your Story Coach
EP 79 - Steve Wojciechowski, High Level Leadership Thoughts for ALL Coaches

Tell Me Your Story Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 39:31


Steve Wojciechowski,In this episode, you'll hear from Coach Steve Wojciechowski. Or, as everyone knows him as simply Coach Wojo. I am so thankful that Coach Wojo was able to take some time out of his schedule to have this conversation. Coach Wojo is a 1994 Graduate of the Cardinal Gibbons School in Baltimore, Maryland. And, wait to hear Coach Wojo talk in detail about how his recruitment changed forever during a visit to Ypsilanti, Michigan. Steve was a 1994 McDonald's All-American who chose Duke as his college destination. Playing for Coach K, Coach Wojo was named the NABC defensive player of the Year in his senior year. Wojo was the team captain of the 1997-1998 Blue Devils team. A team that went 32-4 and finished #1 in the AP regular season rankings. This Duke team reached the South Regional final, losing to the eventual champion, Kentucky, 86–84 in an incredible NCAA Tournament game. After his playing career concluded, Wojo returned to Duke to assist Coach K. Over a 14-year span with Coach K and his Duke Program, Coach Wojo was part of two National Championship wins in 2001 and 2010. Wojo was part of 441 wins at Duke during his coaching career. And, On April 1, 2014, Coach Wojo was hired as the Head Coach of Marquette University. Coach Wojo would serve as the leader of the Golden Eagles for seven seasons - winning over 125 games and being part of two NCAA Tournaments. What you are about to hear are SERIOUS LEADERSHIP LESSONS from a High-Level Coach who has spent time REFLECTING on his personal career and his in-depth thoughts on LEADERSHIP. Coach Wojo shares his thoughts on having a CLEAR MIND in CHAOS, creating CLARITY, and his amazing thoughts on TIME and ENERGY. And quite simply, how your goal should be to become a GREAT COACH - NOT based on your current Title or Level. TRUST ME, this is a HIGH-LEVEL LEADERSHIP PRESENTATION by Coach Wojo!Follow Tell Me Your Story Coach @CoachKevinDroRags To RichesRags To Riches will help to develop a ‘have-everything' mindset. Dominate in any industry.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Content JefeA podcast that helps online business owners make better content and more money.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyDEEP - The Life of Rob Murphy DEEP - The Life of Rob Murphy DEEP chronicles Murphy's remarkable journey. Moneyball Sportswear Moneyball, The Only Way To Ball! Great Sports Wear and Basketball Uniforms! Michigan Made! Basketball Position Metric Pre-Order Rashad Phillips New Book: “The evolution is being televised"Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

The College Football Experience
Southern Miss Golden Eagles College Football Season Preview 2022 (Ep. 1054)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 30:31


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming 2022 college football season for the Southern Miss Golden Eagles. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) break down the Southern Miss 2022 roster and key in on each and every game the Golden Eagles play in 2022. Is this the year Will Hall takes Southern Miss bowling? Who will be the staring QB in Hattiesburg will it be Ty Keyes, Trey Lowe or Jake Lange? Can we expect Frank Gore Jr. and Antavious Willis to be a force on the ground for the Golden Eagles this year? Will the Southern Miss pass game be way better with the return of Jason Brownlee and the addition of Jakarius Caston? Does returning 4 of 5 starters on the offensive line mean the Golden Eagles will be way better offensively this season? Can defensive coordinator Austin Armstrong improve and already solid defense? Did Southern Miss win or lose the transfer portal in 2022? Is Hayes Maples a name to watch on the Southern Miss linebacking core? Does returning 4 of 5 in the secondary led by Malik Shorts mean this unit should be among the best in the Sun Belt Conference? Can Southern Miss perhaps win the west division of the Sun Belt Conference? We talk it all and more on this Southern Miss Golden Eagles edition of The College Football Experience.   Southern Miss Golden Eagles 2022 Schedule Win Total O/U: 5 vs Liberty @ Miami (FL) vs Northwestern State @ Tulane BYE @ Troy vs Arkansas State @ Texas State vs Louisiana vs Georgia State @ Coastal Carolina vs South Alabama @ ULM   ===================================================== SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp | OddsTrader.com/bluewire Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Slack - https://sg.pn/slack Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
Southern Miss Golden Eagles College Football Season Preview 2022 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 1054)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 30:31


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming 2022 college football season for the Southern Miss Golden Eagles. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) break down the Southern Miss 2022 roster and key in on each and every game the Golden Eagles play in 2022. Is this the year Will Hall takes Southern Miss bowling? Who will be the staring QB in Hattiesburg will it be Ty Keyes, Trey Lowe or Jake Lange? Can we expect Frank Gore Jr. and Antavious Willis to be a force on the ground for the Golden Eagles this year? Will the Southern Miss pass game be way better with the return of Jason Brownlee and the addition of Jakarius Caston? Does returning 4 of 5 starters on the offensive line mean the Golden Eagles will be way better offensively this season? Can defensive coordinator Austin Armstrong improve and already solid defense? Did Southern Miss win or lose the transfer portal in 2022? Is Hayes Maples a name to watch on the Southern Miss linebacking core? Does returning 4 of 5 in the secondary led by Malik Shorts mean this unit should be among the best in the Sun Belt Conference? Can Southern Miss perhaps win the west division of the Sun Belt Conference? We talk it all and more on this Southern Miss Golden Eagles edition of The College Football Experience.   Southern Miss Golden Eagles 2022 Schedule Win Total O/U: 5 vs Liberty @ Miami (FL) vs Northwestern State @ Tulane BYE @ Troy vs Arkansas State @ Texas State vs Louisiana vs Georgia State @ Coastal Carolina vs South Alabama @ ULM   ===================================================== SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp | OddsTrader.com/bluewire Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Slack - https://sg.pn/slack Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Local Matters
Sam Brooks & Meet Former TTU Golden Eagle Football All-star Thomas Squires

Local Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 34:03


Sam Brooks talks with former Tennessee Tech University Golden Eagle Football all-star Thomas Squires. They discuss his background and upbringing in eastern North Carolina, advice for young student athletes, especially those who might be getting key playing time early in high school, as well as the coaching staff at TTU while he was there, and what he remembers most about them. Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart.

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
8-4-22 Hour 1: SEC Football, NFL v Watson, Dave Bartoo

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 51:37


Bo and Blake talk SEC football and win totals in the first hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. Blake fills in for Bo, who is on the road to pick a Russell's Reserve barrel from Wild Turkey Distillery, and discusses the latest from Mike Leach and a potential shift in philosophy at the quarterback position. Blake reacts to the NFL's decision to appeal the Deshaun Watson suspension and gives his thoughts on what the actual time missed might end up being. With Fall camp starting around the SEC, Blake talks about the quarterback battle in Oxford and who might come out on top. In the SEC Insider Hit, college football guru Dave Bartoo joins the show on the Yuengling Lager guest line talking college football win totals. Dave starts the conversation reminiscing about the late broadcaster Vin Scully, who spent nearly seventy years with the LA Dodgers. Dave talks Oklahoma football win total and what to expect in year one of the Brent Venables era as the Sooners get set to move to the SEC soon. Bartoo previews the South Carolina Gamecocks season and predicts whether or not they can hit their Vegas win total. Dave outlines why strength of schedule and ease of schedule impacts predicting how a team finishes over the course of a season. Dave discusses the new and improved Lane Kiffin, who is rebuilding the Ole Miss roster in the transfer portal this season. Bartoo talks about how Lane has flipped the script in recent years on and off the field as a head coach, but also gives his thoughts on why relying on the transfer portal may be a dangerous route for program building. Finally, Dave hits on the Southern Miss win total and why he thinks the Golden Eagles are poised to take a big step forward under Will Hall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
8-4-22 Dave Bartoo

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 31:38


College football guru Dave Bartoo joins the show on the Yuengling Lager guest line talking college football win totals. Dave starts the conversation reminiscing about the late broadcaster Vin Scully, who spent nearly seventy years with the LA Dodgers. Dave talks Oklahoma football win total and what to expect in year one of the Brent Venables era as the Sooners get set to move to the SEC soon. Bartoo previews the South Carolina Gamecocks season and predicts whether or not they can hit their Vegas win total. Dave outlines why strength of schedule and ease of schedule impacts predicting how a team finishes over the course of a season. Dave discusses the new and improved Lane Kiffin, who is rebuilding the Ole Miss roster in the transfer portal this season. Bartoo talks about how Lane has flipped the script in recent years on and off the field as a head coach, but also gives his thoughts on why relying on the transfer portal may be a dangerous route for program building. Finally, Dave hits on the Southern Miss win total and why he thinks the Golden Eagles are poised to take a big step forward under Will Hall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
8-4-22 Dave Bartoo on Southern Miss

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 9:46


College football guru Dave Bartoo joins the show on the Yuengling Lager guest line talking Southern Miss win totals. Dave hits on the Southern Miss win total and why he thinks the Golden Eagles are poised to take a big step forward under Will Hall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Supertalk Eagle Hour
USM hall of fame linebacker Marchant Kenney joins the Eagle Hour to talk about the upcoming season and great golden eagle football memories. Patrick Magee from nola.com updates the saints training camp

Supertalk Eagle Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 41:21


Dedicated to Southern Miss sports! Weekdays 1 - 2 p.m. on select SuperTalk Mississippi stations. This show is a production of SuperTalk Mississippi Media. Learn more at SuperTalk.FM

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Inside Southern Miss Athletics | 8-3-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 45:49


On Inside Southern Miss Athletics this week, the Voice of the Golden Eagles, John Cox, and Athletic Director Jeremy McClain, talk about last week's Sun Belt Conference media days in New Orleans and the recent Alumni events with Coach Will Hall. Sun Belt Commissioner Keith Gill talks about the addition of Southern Miss to the league and what he is looking forward to this season, while Golden Eagle wide receiver coach Desmond Lindsey talks about pre-season workouts and the upcoming season.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Inside Southern Miss Athletics
Inside Southern Miss Athletics | 7-27-22

Inside Southern Miss Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 45:34


This week on Inside Southern Miss Athletics, John Cox, the Voice of the Golden Eagles, spends time with Athletic Director Jeremy McClain to talk about the Sun Belt Conference Media Days in New Orleans and the countdown to the start of football season for the Golden Eagles. Cayden Cochran, the tight end coach for Golden Eagle Football, joins the conversation to discuss his position and his outlook for the year, while Brad Smith, senior associate athletic director for external operations talks about promoting Golden Eagle football and the game day experience.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In The Trenches with Dave Lapham
Part One: Cincinnati Bengals Tight End Coach James Casey The Early Years

In The Trenches with Dave Lapham

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 22:32


To enter the Dave Lapham In The Trenches One Million YouTube Views Celebration, go to the following link. No purchase to participate in the celebration. This event is not sponsored by YouTube. https://gleam.io/4ze28/in-the-trenches-with-dave-lapham-podcast-4th-of-july-giveaway Prizes to be given away include the following. 1 winner will receive: (2) Cincinnati Red's Game Tickets to the Boone County Bourbon Club with Dave Lapham 1 winner will receive: (2) Cincinnati Red's Game Tickets to the Boone County Bourbon Club with a (TBD) Celebrity  1 winner will receive: (1) Signed Dave Lapham Jersey 1 winner will receive: (1) First Star Backpack (Filled with custom First Star Apparel/items) *approximately $300 worth of items 2 winners will receive: (1) a $50 gas card  ______________ While the story of the life and career of Cincinnati Bengals tight end coach James Casey is still being written, the path from Azle, Texas, to the NFL held many twists and turns. Casey, who suffered heartache early in life with the loss of his mother, found love and support from those around him in his hometown as he went from high school multi-sport athlete to a seventh-round pick in the 2003 MLB draft by the Chicago White Sox's. After three baseball seasons, Casey turned his attention back to football, attending Rice University. He quickly turned heads with a freshman season where he started four games, recording 46 receptions for 585 yards and four touchdowns. However, one game may have set his path to the NFL when, against Southern Mississippi, Casey played seven different positions against the Golden Eagles. In his second season, Casey started 13 games at the tight end position setting single-season school records and multiple NCAA records for tight ends with 111 receptions for 1,329 yards and 12 touchdowns before entering the 2009 NFL Draft, where he was selected by the Houston Texans in the fifth round of the draft. Casey was not just about the games on the field; he also excelled in the game of life, graduating from Rice with a triple major (Economics, Sports Management, and Managerial Studies) with a 3.84 GPA. After an NFL career with the Texans (2009-2012), Philadelphia Eagles (2013-2014), and Denver Broncos (2015), Casey jumped into the world of football coaching as an offensive assistant with Tom Herman, a coach he knew from his days at Rice and now the Cougars head coach. This is Part One of Two with Coach Casey on In The Trenches with Dave Lapham, presented by First Star Logistics.