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Best podcasts about Griese

Latest podcast episodes about Griese

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
01/14/22 DPs Hour 3 Brian Griese

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 51:50


Brian Griese tells Dan that Joe Burrow is his pick of all the young QBs in the NFL right now. Brian says the Rams should take something off of Matthew Stafford's plate. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Brian Griese & Albert Breer - Hour 2 (12-15-21)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 50:12


ESPN's Monday Night Football NFL Analyst Brian Griese tells Rich how the Rams played more like a team and less like individual stars on their key win over their NFC West rival Arizona Cardinals, why the 49ers could be the most dangerous NFC team in the postseason if they make the playoffs, why the Buffalo Bills have underachieved this season, why the AFC playoff landscape is wide open, and if his Michigan Wolverines have a chance to win the College Football Playoff in January.     The MMQB's Senior NFL Reporter Albert Breer and Rich discuss Deion Sanders flipping the nation's #1 recruit, Travis Hunter, from Florida State to Jackson State, why the NFL will need to make changes to its Covid-19 protocols in order to have the Super Bowl played as-scheduled, how a proposed change to the league's interviewing process could lead to head coaches getting fired before the regular season ends, and how the unrest in Jacksonville surrounding Urban Meyer and the Jaguars could play out. Rich breaks down the decision Jaguars Owner Shad Khan will have to make over the next few weeks about the viability of Urban Meyer in Jacksonville. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Papa & Lund Podcast Podcast
11-12 Monday Night Football commentator, Brian Griese joins Papa & Lund

Papa & Lund Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 14:10


Former NFL QB and current broadcaster for Monday Night Football, Brian Griese chats with Greg Papa & John Lund ahead of Monday's big 49ers/Rams game See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
11-12 Monday Night Football commentator, Brian Griese joins Papa & Lund

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 14:10


Former NFL QB and current broadcaster for Monday Night Football, Brian Griese chats with Greg Papa & John Lund ahead of Monday's big 49ers/Rams game See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Darren, Daunic and Chase
Hour 1: Brian Griese, Jackie Redmond (10-15-21)

Darren, Daunic and Chase

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 52:16


In the opening hour of Friday's show: the guys preview Bills-Titans with Brian Griese, talk Preds with NHL Network's Jackie Redmond and more!

Darren, Daunic and Chase
Brian Griese (10-15-21)

Darren, Daunic and Chase

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 18:45


ESPN Monday Night Football Analyst Brian Griese joined the DDC to preview Monday night's big game between the Titans and Bills!

BIZZfluencer
#75 wie man seine innere Passion findet - mit Inga Griese

BIZZfluencer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 59:32


Inga ist eine absolute Powerfrau und somit unsere heutige Superheldin. An einem Tag shootet sie gemeinsam mit Arnold Schwarzenegger und schaut sich mit ihm seinen angelegten Windpark in L.A. an, am anderen Tag ist sie womöglich schon in Paris, Venedig oder Mailand zur Fashion Week. Wir haben uns eins gefragt: Wie schafft sie es, Familie und Beruf zu vereinen? Sie hat es uns verraten. Seid gespannt was ihr wichtigster Wert “Nachkommen” damit zu tun hat.

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts
The Dave Pasch Podcast - Steve Levy And Brian Griese

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 49:10


Ep. 5 - ESPN Monday Night Football announcers Steve Levy and Brian Griese join The Dave Pasch Podcast to talk about the challenges of building chemistry in the broadcast booth during a pandemic, the infusion of leadership in the Cardinals locker room, the outlook for quarterback Kyler Murray, Tom Brady's greatness and the future of Jaguars rookie QB Trevor Lawrence. Plus, Griese, Levy and Pasch highlight some unique broadcast booth behaviors displayed by themselves and their former broadcast partners.

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts
The Dave Pasch Podcast - Steve Levy And Brian Griese

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 49:10


Ep. 5 - ESPN Monday Night Football announcers Steve Levy and Brian Griese join The Dave Pasch Podcast to talk about the challenges of building chemistry in the broadcast booth during a pandemic, the infusion of leadership in the Cardinals locker room, the outlook for quarterback Kyler Murray, Tom Brady's greatness and the future of Jaguars rookie QB Trevor Lawrence. Plus, Griese, Levy and Pasch highlight some unique broadcast booth behaviors displayed by themselves and their former broadcast partners.

The Dave Pasch Podcast
The Dave Pasch Podcast - Steve Levy And Brian Griese

The Dave Pasch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 49:10


Ep. 5 - ESPN Monday Night Football announcers Steve Levy and Brian Griese join The Dave Pasch Podcast to talk about the challenges of building chemistry in the broadcast booth during a pandemic, the infusion of leadership in the Cardinals locker room, the outlook for quarterback Kyler Murray, Tom Brady's greatness and the future of Jaguars rookie QB Trevor Lawrence. Plus, Griese, Levy and Pasch highlight some unique broadcast booth behaviors displayed by themselves and their former broadcast partners.

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
08/25/21 DPS Hour 1 Brian Griese

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 52:48


Brian Griese tells Dan that he believes that Tom Brady will have his best year this season. Brian says that Tom is having the best time he has ever had while playing in Tampa. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Mises Karma
Episode 90: Libertärer Kulturkampf mit Liberty Rising – Im Gespräch mit Stefan Griese

Mises Karma

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 44:58


In diesem Gespräch spricht Stefan Griese als Mitbegründer über die freiheitliche Jugendorganisation „Liberty Rising“ sowie das im August 2021 bevorstehende Sommercamp „Liberty Sunrise“. Außerdem erfahren wir etwas über seinen Weg von der Linksjugend hin zum Libertarismus durch einen Aufenthalt in Südkorea. … Episode 90: Libertärer Kulturkampf mit Liberty Rising – Im Gespräch mit Stefan GrieseWeiterlesen »

TOMorrow - der Business & Style Podcast
Eine Frage des Stils - mit Inga Griese, Chefredakteurin ICON

TOMorrow - der Business & Style Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 109:17


Sie ist die Stil-Ikone der Medien-Branche, die Gründerin und Chefredakteurin von ICON, dem Stilmagazin der „Welt am Sonntag“. Ihre Karriere ist so außergewöhnlich wie sie selbst. Inga Griese, leidenschaftliche Journalistin, Buchautorin. Seit 40 Jahren schreibt sie jetzt schon für „Die Welt“, die Tageszeitung aus dem Axel Springer Verlag. Vier Jahrzehnte Story-Telling. Sie war die erste Frau, die sich als Sportreporterin in die Fußball-Bundesliga traute. Nach dem Fall der Mauer arbeitete sie als politische Korrespondentin, hat Skandale wie die von Margot Honecker verordneten Zwangsadoptionen aufgedeckt. Geschichte aus erster Hand, wie sie heute sagt. Dann hat sie Fashion und Style zu IHREM Thema gemacht. Inga Griese gründete ICON, das Stilmagazin der „Welt am Sonntag“, mit einer Auflage von über 300.000 Exemplaren ist es mittlerweile der auflagenstärkste Brand im Luxury Lifestyle Segment. 15 Jahre gibt es ICON jetzt – ein doppeltes Jubiläum für Inga Griese: 15 Jahre ICON und 40 Jahre „Die Welt“! Ich habe Inga Griese jetzt in ihrer Wohnung in Berlin besucht und mit ihr darüber gesprochen, wie sich die Branche verändert. Als eine der ersten durfte sie jetzt wieder zu einer Fashion-Show, nach Monaten der Absagen, endlich mal wieder ein Live-Event mit Stardesigner Virgil Abloh. Warum das gleich einen Shitstorm auslöste, wieso Impfpässe vielleicht bald die neuen Backstage-Tickets werden und was Luxus und Stil heute bedeuten – das alles jetzt hier in TOMorrow. Inga Griese spricht auch zu ihrer besonderes Verhältnis zu Jil Sander, Wolfgang Joop und Karl Lagerfeld. Über Briefe, die er ihr geschrieben hat – und warum sie Karl so vermisst. Dazu natürlich, wenn schon eine Stil-Ikone wie Inga zu Gast ist: Ihr persönlicher Style- Guide und ihre Tipps für Home-Office, Videocalls und stil-sicheres Reisen, wenn man es denn mal wieder darf. Zeit für eine Ikone: Viel Spaß mit der Chefredakteurin der ICON, viel Spaß mit Inga Griese!

Michigan Insider
003 - Happy Birthday Benny Friedman-Brian Griese-Ira's mom 031821

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 4:32


Happy Birthday Benny Friedman-Brian Griese-Ira's mom See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mason & Ireland
HR 2: Brian Griese

Mason & Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2021 50:27


ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Brian Griese joins the show to give his thoughts on the big Super Bowl matchup and what it was like playing alongside Tom Brady in college at Michigan. The guys go through the news of the day in The Scoop and Producer Lindsey asks if an airline was right for making a scantily clad passenger cover up before boarding a flight in Radio Tinder. 

Jamie and Stoney
Stoney & Jansen with Heather - Brian Griese

Jamie and Stoney

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 12:48


Brian Griese joins us to talk about winning a national championship with Jansen, Super Bowl LV, and his Super Saturday Bowl Bash to benefit Judi's House and JAG Institute. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hochman and Crowder
02-03-2021 - Brian Griese

Hochman and Crowder

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 13:44


Former NFL QB and MNF broadcaster talks Super Bowl LV with Hoch and Crowder and explains why he hasn’t seen enough from Tua to call him a franchise QB. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Huddle Up Podcast's show
HU #619: Griese's Pitch | Lock & Von Plus First-Rounders for Deshaun Watson?

Huddle Up Podcast's show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 85:13


Chad Jensen and Zack Kelberman analyze Brian Griese's campaign for the #Broncos to give up Drew Lock, Von Miller, plus a few first-rounders in exchange for Deshaun Watson. Is this even remotely feasible? Superstar Kenneth Booker also joins the show. SHOW NOTESMerch: http://huddleuppod.com/Facebook: ttps://www.facebook.com/MileHighHuddlePod/Twitter: @HuddleUpPod, @ChadNJensen, @KelbermanNFL, @JonKayMHH,Register as a (free) user for more Broncos coverage: http://milehighhuddle.comLive show sponsored by http://manscaped.com/Get 20% off + free shipping using code: HUDDLE

104.3 The Fan Interviews
Brian Griese | The Drive | 02.03.21

104.3 The Fan Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 12:18


Brian Griese, former Broncos quarterback and current Monday Night Football color commentator, joins the show to discuss what the Broncos should do about their quarterback situation this offseason and preview the Super Bowl. Photo Credit: Icon Sportswire - Getty Images See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
2-3 Brian Griese joins the Murph & Mac SHow to talk about Super Bowl LV and his former college teammate Tom Brady!

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 13:35


ESPN's Monday Night Football analyst Brian Griese joins the Murph & Mac SHow to talk about Super Bowl LV and his former college teammate Tom Brady! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Murph & Mac Podcast
2-3 Brian Griese joins the Murph & Mac SHow to talk about Super Bowl LV and his former college teammate Tom Brady!

Murph & Mac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 13:35


ESPN's Monday Night Football analyst Brian Griese joins the Murph & Mac SHow to talk about Super Bowl LV and his former college teammate Tom Brady! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Good Show
Feb. 3: Kevin O’Connor and Brady-Mahomes with Brian Griese

Good Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 144:50


Ben and JD discuss Fred VanVleet’s franchise-record 54-point performance against the Magic (0:36). New Blue Jays pitcher Tyler Chatwood stops by to chat about his decision to sign in Toronto, his struggles last season with the Cubs, and the lingering tension between MLB and the MLBPA (25:18). Alvin Williams, former Raptors guard and current Sportsnet […]

Zaslow, Romberg & Amber
02-03-2021 - Brian Griese

Zaslow, Romberg & Amber

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 9:31


Former Dolphin QB Brian Griese stops to talk about his Dolphins fandom, how he would handle Tua, his toughts on Brady & his charity work. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Logan & Lewis
Brian Griese and Rockies Press Conference Reaction to Arenado Trade

Logan & Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 72:59


Xfinity Monday Live Podcast Podcast
Xfinity Monday Live | Brian Griese | 2-1-21

Xfinity Monday Live Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 17:40


Former Broncos Quarterback Brian Griese was our guest on Xfinity Monday Live  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Creating Structure
Creating Structure Podcast #11, Building Envelope Consulting- Mark Coulis, Paul Griese, Senior Design Consultants, Wheaton Sprague

Creating Structure

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021 66:57


Join us for a building industry-specific discussion on the topic of Building Envelope Consulting (BEC). This episode builds as we go, getting deeper in content as we walk through the discussion. As is typical, we talk briefly about Mark's and Paul's background, but then get right into the topics covering the relevance of BEC work, what consultants do, how and where they provide value, and in what contexts. This is a more specific technical discussion. We cover topics related to:Project Budgets and impacts.Preserving the integrity of the architect's design.Thermal integrity.Opaque walls.Managing moisture and condensation.Typical problems encountered on projects.IGU's.End Dams."By others" notations.Transitions areas.Performance Mock Up testing.Field Testing.And more....Thank you for listening and for being part of the growing "Creating Structure" Podcast community. We also will be adding a page and link to the Podcast and content on the Website at Wheaton Sprague. Please drop us a comment, and provide feedback. Thank you!Links and Info:Paul Griese:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-griese-b734452/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PaulGrieseBECWheaton Sprague: See below under Host show notesMark Coulis:Not on social mediaFor inquiries go to Wheaton Sprague Website to "request Info" and send via that email to the general email box The Host:John L Wheaton, PE, LEED APCompany: https://www.wheatonsprague.comBlog at WordPress: https://johnlwheaton.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-wheaton-pe-leed-ap-0694886Twitter: https://twitter.com/JohnLWheaton1Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnlwheaton1/Wheaton Sprague is also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @wheatonsprague

Intentional Foul
Episode 106 - A Foul Tip to the Johnson

Intentional Foul

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2021 74:29


A jam-packed episode with Josh mourning the end of the Packers season, albeit prematurely. Tons of stuff to discuss regarding Green Bay again melting down with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line....LaFleur coaching in big games, Pettine's defense, end of the game decisions, Kevin King, free agents to be, playoff dominance at Lambeau gone....a lot to unpack. And then there's the AFC title game. Some Bucks basketball, the Badgers aren't as good as they're ranked, and Marquette can't be DePaul. Plus baseball is inching closer...or is it? Cactus League wants to delay the start of spring training and could this be the Brewers worst infield ever?! Dan has some new YouTube content up on the site too. All that and more coming up on this edition! Tell your friends. NFL Championship Sunday TB beats GB 31-26 What Happened? - Kevin King - 4th & Goal - LaFleur in big games (48-10) - Pettines defense - How good was this team really? - The draft - Problem w/the refs? - Where was Davante Adams? 7ypc yesterday Aaron Jones future? Rodgers comments/his future in GB - 7-8 last 15 playoff games - 1-4 in CCG - 4th in 7 years…all losses Lambeau Mystique is dead - Opened in 1957 - From 57-01 home record was 11-0 - From 02-21 home record is 7-6 Brady is the GOAT - 14th CCG - 33-11 playoff record (Montana next with 16 wins) KC owns Buffalo 38-24 - Mahomes/Kelce/Hill is ridiculous - Good experience for a young Bills team Young AFC QB’s - Mahomes, Allen, Tua, Jackson, Baker, Burrow, Watson, Herbert QB’s w/Back to Back Titles: Starr, Griese, Bradshaw x2, Montana, Aikman, Elway, Brady x2 QB’s w/more than 2 Titles: Starr, Griese, Bradshaw, Montana, Aikman, Elway, Brady, Eli, Peyton, Big Ben NBA Bucks (10-6) 2 nd East - L vs Lakers 113-106, W vs Atlanta 129-115 - Vs Tor Wed, @ NO Fri, @ Char Sat - VS Boston, Miami, Nets, Lakers, Jazz, Mavs 2-4 Not much new to report…Bench still inconsistent College Hoops #14 UW 12-4 (6-3) 3 rd in Big 14 - W vs NW 68-52, L vs Ohio St 74-62 - @ Maryland Wed, @ Penn St Sat - So unathletic Marquette 8-7 (4-5) 6 th in Big East - L vs DePaul 68-61 - @ Prov Wed Product is not good/Mass Exodus of Freshman has finally caught up Coach K is a dick MLB Hank Aaron passes awa Cactus League to be pushed back? DH? Expanded Playoffs? What the hell is going on? Worst Brewers infield ever? - Vogelbach, Hiura, Arcia, Robertson/Urias Nats sign Zimmerman….does that mean Braun could be back? Janesville Craig Hoops Classics Releases

Darren, Daunic and Chase
Brian Griese (1-8-21)

Darren, Daunic and Chase

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2021 18:07


ESPN's Brian Griese, analyst on Monday Night Football, talks all things Titans-Ravens before being on the call for Sunday's Wild Card Playoff game.

The Vinny & Haynie Show
Brian Griese Previews Ravens-Titans

The Vinny & Haynie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2021 9:46


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The 2-Pt Conversation
Episode 396 - NFL History: Bob and Brian Griese

The 2-Pt Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2020


Love the NFL? Like to listen to a good conversation? Tune in to superfan and host, Matt Johnson, alongside his team of Kyle Ranney, Jack Talebkhah, Ed Jessie, Vince Mease, and Andrew Lenz and their takes on the NFL in his football talk podcast, “The 2-pt Conversation” , featuring daily content Monday through Friday. Matt and Andrew close up their Family Themed Month, with a look at Bob and Brian Griese. A father and son with Super Bowl accolades, and impacts on the game of football in their own respective ways! This episode is sponsored by Amy & Co! Amy & Co is located at 6926 Buffalo Avenue in Niagara Falls, NY, and serves fresh baked goods, flawless breakfast sandwiches, and more! Check them out on Facebook, and pay them a visit Tuesday through Saturday! Amy & Co… Where Sip Happens! Find us on the web and social media: BICBP-RADIO.com Instagram The 2-Pt Conversation @The_2-pt_Conversation

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Brian Griese. Hour 1 (12-16-20)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 60:00


Rich kicks off the hour VERY geeked out about the NFL’s Week 15 playoff clinching scenarios. (1:18). Rich and the guys react to James Harden’s less-than-impressive NBA pre-season debut and his off-season penchant for having a VERY good time at all times. (18:13). Monday Night Football’s Brian Griese and Rich discuss if his ’97 Michigan team could beat the ’97 Nebraska team in a battle of split national title winners, how Tom Brady has matured since college and his inconsistency in Bruce Arians’ offense, his takeaways from the EPIC Browns-Ravens MNF game, what Lamar Jackson was really doing in the locker room during his mystery break on MNF, possibly loosing his Monday Night Football boothmate Louis Riddick to an NFL GM job, why the ’72 Dolphins celebrated the Steelers first loss this season, and which AFC team has the best chance to unseat the Chiefs. (25:22). Thank you to today's sponsor: Geico = In just 15 minutes you could save you 15% or more on car insurance. Visit Geico.com

Two Old Dolfans - Miami Dolphins
Longest. Podcast. Ever.

Two Old Dolfans - Miami Dolphins

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2020 89:12


Alex and Scott have a LOT to talk about in this episode. Even with prodigious editing, this one ends up at almost 90 minutes and it's one of the better episodes, all on the heels of a loss to the Chiefs at Pro Player - Landshark - SunLife - Joe Robbie stadium. Alex and Scott are on their game with references back to Griese, Solomon, Marino, Favre, Shula, Briscoe and more. They spend most of the time really digging into this game, sharing observations, most of which have a point! What might Bowden become? Why does Gaily need to make scripting changes? What do these two really think of Tua?...

Inside the Pocket
Week 13 & Brian Griese

Inside the Pocket

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 28:27


On this episode of Inside The Pocket, Greg McElroy breaks down the best and worst QB play in the NFL in Week 13, including a bounce back from Derek Carr, Baker Mayfield elevating his game and Russell Wilson losing some magic. All of that, plus Monday Night Football's Brian Griese joins the show. 

One Bills Live
OBL 12/7: Bills-49ers preview with Brian Griese, Greg Papa on what to expect from San Francisco

One Bills Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 134:10


We looked ahead to tonight’s Bills Monday Night Football matchup. 49ers radio play-by-play man and WNY native Greg Papa gave us an inside look of what to expect from San Francisco (27:10). ESPN MNF color analyst Brian Griese shared his thoughts leading up to tonight’s broadcast (1:34:45).

We Are Unstoppable
Brian Griese

We Are Unstoppable

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 32:06


Brian Griese, former quarterback and current color commentator for Monday Night Football on ESPN, lost his mother when he was twelve. He lives with her loss every single day.  Where is heaven? And what if a child wants to join his lost parent there?  Grief is a complex emotion. When we don’t have the tools to cope with it, we may turn the loss inward. For Griese, his mother’s loss turned to anger. And later in life, to substance abuse. That is why he founded Judi’s House, a safe place that supports those struggling after the death of a loved one.  In this episode, Griese is joined by Dr. Steven Berkowitz, Professor of Psychiatry at CU’s School of Medicine and Director of the START Center. Traumatic events leave us feeling isolated, says Dr. Berkowitz. That is why it is important to be around others who have suffered similar losses. The pandemic is affecting all of us. With empathy and compassion, Dr. Berkowitz talks about why it is easier to say good-bye to a person than to say good-bye to the of way of life we once knew. As a result of the pandemic, many of us do not understand how to cope with the loss, or the uncertainty. If the path ahead seems dark and uncertain, there is help. SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline,  1-800-985-5990, offers 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.  Can you shake grief? These and other important questions are discussed in this timely podcast episode.  #UnstoppablePodcasts

SportsRage Late Night
12/1 Hour 2: Bad Beats, Brian Griese Analysis, George Kurtz Player Safety

SportsRage Late Night

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020 47:44


Gabe Morency on SportsRage shared his thoughts on some of the bad beats that he encountered during the past week of the NFL. He also discussed the comments of Brian Griese and his analysis of Carson Wentz. George Kurtz joins the show and shares his thoughts on player safety as the Ravens and Steelers game is postponed till Wednesday. They also shared their thoughts on how some of the other games have been adjusted due to players testing positive for Covid. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Defo Show
112320 - The Defo Files: The Griese NFL MVP Theory

Defo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 4:07


Defo has gone ALL IN on the idea Ben Roethlisberger at 25-1 is a tremendous bet to win the NFL MVP!

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
Radio Replay - Inside Michigan Football - 11/16/20

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2020 40:44


Jon chatted with some great guests on this week's edition of "Inside Michigan Football." Head Coach Jim Harbaugh (1:30), Defensive Line Coach Shaun Nua (13:00), and defensive back Gemon Green (25:15) discuss Saturday's loss and the necessary adjustments that need to be made moving forward. Then, Jon catches up with his former teammate, quarterback Brian Griese, to talk about Griese's new role as an analyst for Monday Night Football on ESPN.

Waddle & Silvy
11/13 4 PM: Brian Griese

Waddle & Silvy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2020 44:25


Brian Griese joins the show to preview MNF Bears vs. Vikings. Matt Nagy is giving up play calling this week against the Vikings. The guys also give their picks for the gambling weekend with Like it, Love it and just a Taste of it.

Sports Day Tampa Bay
Bucs Preparing For Monday Night Football In New York & A Conversation with Brian Griese

Sports Day Tampa Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2020 44:43


Rick Stroud previews the Buccaneers Monday Night Football game in New York vs. the Giants as the Bucs are looking to close out the first half the season at 6-2, a feat they haven't accomplished since 2002, the year they won the Super Bowl. Plus a conversation with former Buccaneers quarterback Brian Griese who will be on tonight's call and a look around at Sunday's NFL action, some Rays moves ahead of free agency, the Rowdies Championship Game cancelled and the Lightning's names have been engraved on the Stanley Cup. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Kap & Co
10/29 9 AM: Bears and Sox

Kap & Co

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 42:35


We start the hour with Kyle Long audio about coming back to play football. Nick Foles and Matt Nagy's discussions about the Monday night's controversial comments from Griese. More on the White Sox looking like they are going to make some news today.

On The Mark with Mark Carman
The Bears Adam Shaheen problem / Plus the Griese incident

On The Mark with Mark Carman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 13:50


Adam Shaheen has signed an extension with the Miami Dolphins. What does thaty say about the Bears? Matt Nagy, Nick Foles talk about the Brian Griese incident and the problems with the Bears offense See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Bernstein: Hub Arkush interview, do you believe Brian Griese or Nick Foles? (Hour 3)

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2020 37:53


In the final hour, Dan Bernstein was joined by Score football expert Hub Arkush to discuss the Bears' brutal play in a 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday night. What does the setback mean for the team moving forward? Arkush also shared his reaction to ESPN analyst Brian Griese's comment that Bears quarterback Nick Foles told him that he sometimes knows he won't have the time in the pocket to execute the plays that coach Matt Nagy calls. Foles called it a misunderstanding. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Bernstein: That was an ugly Bears loss, how significant was Brian Griese's comment? (Hour 1)

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2020 25:35


Dan Bernstein opened his show by reacting to the Bears' ugly 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday night. After that, Bernstein dissected ESPN analyst Brian Griese's comment that Bears quarterback Nick Foles told him that he sometimes knows he won't have the time in the pocket to execute the plays that coach Matt Nagy calls. Foles called it a misunderstanding and Nagy downplayed the situation, but how much truth was in Griese's comment? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Carmen and Jurko
10/27 11 AM: Break It Down

Carmen and Jurko

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2020 43:34


How can this offense improve? The guys look at everything from play calling to plays that weren't made. Callers, can't believe the offense last night. Jurko had a bad beat last night on the Bears. Griese comments about Foles having time.

Doug & Wolf Show Audio
Brian Griese, ESPN Monday Night Football Analyst

Doug & Wolf Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2020 11:03


Brian Griese discusses what he saw from the Cardinals on Monday Night Football and what he thinks the Cardinals need to do more of in order to beat the Seahawks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

David Gornoski
Keith Weiner on Government Stimulus, Amy Povah and Maurenne Griese on Prisoners in the Pandemic - A Neighbor's Choice

David Gornoski

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2020 47:28


Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals calls in to comment on stimulus checks in pandemic time and whether they do good for the economy. Is government involvement, even in an emergency, beneficial or harmful? Weiner argues that every government intervention is initiated as a reaction to an "emergency." Listen to the full episode for more from Keith Weiner, plus David Gornoski's comments on Drudge Report's bizarre and aggressive anti-Trump narrative. Also in the show, Amy Povah of CAN-DO Clemency calls in to discuss the latest updates in clemency appeals for non-violent offenders languishing in federal prisons around the nation. Amy is joined by Maurenne Griese of CAN-DO's Guardian Angel program who explains the Scarlet Letter criminal record cases and what they mean. Maurenne also highlights the situation of women inmates exposed to the pandemic and the urgent need for compassionate releases and home confinement. Email A Neighbor's Choice with a guest suggestion, story tip or question at hello@aneighborschoice.com Visit the A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com

New Orleans Saints Podcast
Brian Griese & Marc Broussard on the New Orleans Saints podcast presented by SeatGeek - Oct. 11, 2020

New Orleans Saints Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2020 22:22


ESPN's MNF analyst Brian Griese joins the show to talk Saints vs. Chargers ahead of tonight's MNF match-up (02:34 - 15:29). Louisiana singer-songwriter Marc Broussard comes on to highlight his performance of the national anthem prior to Monday night's game.

104.3 The Fan Interviews
Brian Griese | The Drive | 09.15.20

104.3 The Fan Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2020 8:57


ESPN Monday Night Football color commentator Brian Griese joins Tyler and DMac to discuss his observations from the game between the Broncos and Titans.  Photo Credit: Dustin Bradford - Getty Images See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

Logan & Lewis
CHSAA Board Member Ryan West, Brandon Lang, Brian Griese, Dalton Risner and Bradley Chubb

Logan & Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 107:48


Tobin, Beast & Leroy
9-3-20 Tobin and Leroy Part 2

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2020 41:08


Bob Griese being replaced by Jason Taylor on the Dolphins radio broadcast. Playing all the best Griese hits. Kenrick Perkins makes home video talking about them goons from Miami. Fournette to the Bucs. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

Intentional Foul
Episode 85 - Doesn't Matter How Many Followers You Have on Instagram

Intentional Foul

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2020 84:21


Dan and Josh are back for a third week in a row since stuff is actually happening! The Brewers turn in a solid performance against the Cubs and Dan is FILLED with positivity. The NBA playoffs started Monday and the Bucks play the Magic today. Let's hope Giannis doesn't headbutt anyone. The Packers sign NT Kenny Clark to a large extension and there's a new Monday Night Football crew. Plus, the college football is a mess with all the difference conferences figuring out what they wanna do. And a "state of the union" of sorts for high school athletics. All that and more on this edition. Tell your friends! MLB - Brewers 10-10 - Lose 2 of 3 vs Twins - Win 3 of 4 vs Cubs - Amazing what happens when you have a professional lineup - Offense still struggling - Bullpen has been great - Cardinals are back on the field - Reds have a couple positive tests - We really can’t have any fans at these games??? NBA - Playoffs!!!! - Saturday Play-In Game was great - West - LAL vs Port - Hou vs OKC - Russ Injury - Den vs Utah - No Conley - LAC vs Dal - East - Mil vs Orl - Ind vs Mia - Bos vs Philly - Tor vs Brooklyn - The Giannis Headbutt - He’s really difficult to officiate - Bubble was a success….so far - Going to allow some family members in to the games NFL - Packers sign Kenny Clark - Cowboys lose Gerald McCoy for year/Quadriceps ruptured - New Monday Night Football Crew—Levy, Griese, Riddick NCAA - Justin Fields petition to Big 10 - ACC/SEC/Big 12 seem to be a go for football Whats going on with HS sports in Wisconsin

Broncos Country BLITZ!!!
BCB Reaction: The Broncos get the new A-Team Commentating Crew for their Monday Night Football Season Kickoff. One of which is a familiar face!

Broncos Country BLITZ!!!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2020 2:50


The second game of the MNF Doubleheader has seemed a tad lackluster over the years, but this season ESPN Monday Night Football made it right and put the A-Commentating Team on the late game of the doubleheader! Plus I'm excited about the new MNF Team of Levy, Griese, and Riddick! ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL!!! #broncos #broncoscountryblitz #unitedinorange #nfl2020 #horsepower #broncoscamp #espnmondaynightfootball --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Crazed
029: Being the Change – Brooke and Brian Griese on Helping Families Navigate Grief and Loss

Crazed

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2020 48:13


Matt and Sarah speak with Brian and Brooke Griese, founders of Judi’s House, a community center for families experiencing loss, with a direct focus on childhood bereavement. Brian, a former NFL player, 1998 Super Bowl champion, and son of Football Hall-of-Famer Bob Griese, lost his mother at a young age. Brooke decided at a young...

Let's Talk Death! ... a HealGrief® program
Let's Talk Death with Brook Griese

Let's Talk Death! ... a HealGrief® program

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020 26:22


In this episode, Brook talks about a touching moment that brought clarity to her professional path and the much needed work of Judi's House and the JAG Institute, where practice informed evidence and research come together.Brook Griese, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who has devoted her career to promoting resilience and growth in children and families who have experienced loss, trauma, and adversity. In 2002, Dr. Griese and her husband, Brian, co-founded Judi’s House in memory of his mother who died when he was 12. Since that time, this family bereavement center has provided free care to more than 11,000 youth and caregivers, reaching many thousands more through the research and education initiatives of JAG Institute. By disseminating resources like the Childhood Bereavement Estimation Model (CBEM) and offering training in a continuum of Comprehensive Grief Care, the nonprofit is dedicated to elevating childhood bereavement as a public health priority and ensuring equitable access to support that prevents complications of unaddressed grief.Dr. Griese spearheaded the organization’s research and trauma-informed programs and served as CEO before transitioning to her current role on the Board of Directors. She is co-author of Pathfinders, a 10-week group curriculum, and regularly publishes and presents nationally. She has served on several boards and advisory bodies, including the University of Colorado Johnson Depression Center Board of Directors, the Mayor’s Denver Education Compact, and the Governor’s Colorado Behavioral Health Task Force Children’s Subcommittee. Recent honors include receiving the 2019 National Alliance for Grieving Children’s Excellence in Service Award. She is a Distinguished Alumni of Albion College, earned her PhD from the University of Colorado Boulder, and is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.Learn about the Comprehensive Grief CareSupport the show (https://healgrief.org/donations/)

104.3 The Fan Interviews
Brian Griese | Schlereth and Evans | 5.13.20

104.3 The Fan Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2020 13:34


Former Broncos QB, Brian Griese joined Mike and Mark. What's his feeling on Drew Lock? Does he agree with WR in back to back rounds? Photo Credit: Josh Merwin / Stringer

WOMEN HIT HARDER
#6 Chefredakteurin ICON (Springer) Inga Griese I Women Hit Harder

WOMEN HIT HARDER

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2020 62:56


Chefredakteurin vom Stilmagazin ICON, Senior Editor „Style“ der WELT Gruppe im Medienhaus Axel-Springer und leidenschaftlicher Familienmensch – das sind nur einige Facetten von Journalistin Inga Griese. In ihrer Familie wird sie liebevoll „Momi“ genannt, eine Mischung aus Mama und Omi. Im Podcast sprechen wir über ihre Karriere, die „Männerdomäne Sportberichterstattung“, gängige Klischees und Floskeln wie: „Na, wessen Freundin bist du so?“, die jede erfolgreiche und attraktive Frau in ihrem Leben mal zu hören bekommt. Aber Inga Griese ließ sich davon nie einschüchtern, im Gegenteil: es feuerte sie erst richtig an! Gesellschaftspolitische Themen wie Emanzipation, Mode, Lifestyle und Wohlstandshysterie sind genau ihre Materie. Mehr dazu im Podcast. E-Mail für Kritik, Anregungen und Kommentare: Podcast@juliadorny.com Please follow me on: Instagram Facebook Youtube

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
Episode 101 - Brian Griese, Part 2

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2020 33:37


In part two of Jon's conversation with Brian Griese, the former Wolverines quarterback goes through the National Championship season of 1997, including his halftime speech during the Iowa game, the victory over Ohio State to clinch the Big Ten title and the special conversation with his father shortly after the Rose Bowl. We conclude the episode with a few would you rather questions and the importance of video work for the team during the next few weeks.

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
Episode 100 - Brian Griese, Part 1

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2020 46:09


We begin the show with a "Seven from 77" that focuses on Jon's reading of a classic during this period of social distancing, his thoughts on Tom Brady's reported decision to sign with Tampa Bay and a broad look at the first few days of NFL Free Agency. Then, we have part one of a two-part interview with former Michigan quarterback Brian Griese (26:45). The former Rose Bowl MVP talks about the lead-up to the 1997 championship season, including his decision to come to Michigan, his brother's role in a return for a fifth season, and the team's collective chip on its shoulder.

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 11.10: Fall Always Reminds Me of Monet

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2019 112:54


They can't get that caliber of recruit anymore. THE SPONSORS We can do this because people support us. You should support them! The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan we’d be all be very sad ex-Vox employees with “real” jobs. Our other sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Peak Wealth Management, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox, Perrin Brewing, and The Athletic -------------------------------------------- [After THE JUMP: colors] 1. The Offense starts at 1:00 Tip your Uber drivers. Bifurcation of the fanbase between people defending Shea Patterson and those blaming him for everything. Liked the called QB run and the direct snap near the goal line. McCaffrey takes are too harsh. Are we disappointed? Sorta? 2. The Defense starts at 32:35 Another sub-200 yard day obliterated by garbage time. Shutout also obliterated by the return. Feel bad because they were running Counter and our DTs aren't doing anything on them. Buying stock in NOT Booger McFarland's kid: stiffarmed McGrone. Josh Ross dressed, did not play, so redshirt still available. Metellus was playing down, they got him on the 3rd and 1. 3. Special Teams/Game Theory starts at 48:38 A return! Barrett buried a guy. Blocked punt on Maryland's left?-legged guy? They have a righty and a lefty. Quinn Nordin made his first attempt of the year. Hurry sneak on a 4th down that wasn't necessary because a review was about to show the spot was a full yard and a half short. Fake punt! Nice to have a former running quarterback as your upback listed as a linebacker. Flying wedge FTW! No fake punts from the spread punt except the rollout/nobody's here thing. Griese didn't prepare hard for this game. Miss Spielman. 4. Hoops & Around the Big Ten wsg Jamie Mac starts at 1:11:22 Zavier Simpson is an important guy: we knew this. The green light goes on a lot earlier: good for Livers, fine as long as it's not an off-the-dribble two. Brandon Johns looked pretty good. Is he aggressive enough to be the fourth banana? Yes. Bajema redshirt? Nunez did not look good on D. Pick and roll coverage is now dropping the center. Instead of double-byes, let's have Thanksgiving in peace. What a Big Ten week it was. Illinois-Rutgers! Illinois plays at an empty MSU next week! Brian wants Dantonio to circle his wagons for one more year but he's got a seven-hour deposition before they've got one running back and a Theo Day/Rocky Lombardi battle to start at quarterback—their AD is part of the Dantonio cabal so he could come back right? Didn't take long for Indiana to make fools of the Wildcat bettors. Nebraska's 400-pound guy deserved a TD. Martinez is playing bad quarterback. MUSIC: "Lost Ones" - Lauryn Hill "On Your Face" - Earth, Wind & Fire "Smooth Operator" – Sade “Across 110th Street”

Afternoon Drive
Wednesday Sep 4: Hour 2-Brian Griese, Broncos Odds, Vegas Odds.

Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2019 42:03


Eric and Les talk to former Broncos QB Brian Griese on what expects to see from the Broncos this season. Odds all around on the Broncos, MVP and teams to win the Super Bowl.

Best of Mile High Sports
Afternoon Drive: Former Broncos QB Brian Griese previews the Broncos as they head to Oakland for Monday Night Football.

Best of Mile High Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2019 13:17


Healthy Docs - Intuitiv Gesund
HD 077 Was ist Energiearbeit? mit Monika Griese

Healthy Docs - Intuitiv Gesund

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2019 53:16


Was ist Energiearbeit? Als Schulmediziner hatte ich eine ganz lange Zeit keinen blassen Schimmer, keine Berührungspunkte und habe „solche Techniken“ unter Scharlatanerie abgestempelt. Inzwischen habe ich eindeutige Erfahrungen gemacht, die mir gezeigt haben, dass es „MEHR“ gibt als nur das, was wir sehen können. Die Wissenschaft kommt langsam auch dahin, diese Energie messbar zu machen.  Zu dem Thema Energiearbeit habe ich mir eine Expertin eingeladen. Monika Griese hat die Fähigkeit, mehr zu spüren als andere. Ursprünglich kommt sie aus der Versicherungsbranche und hat eines Tages gemerkt, dass sie eine besondere Gabe hat. Dieser Fähigkeit ist sie seitdem intensiv nachgegangen und arbeitet nun seit etlichen Jahren mit Menschen auf der Energieebene. Als Gesundheitspraktikerin führt sie Energiearbeit durch und hilft damit Klienten mit allen möglichen Krankheiten und Beschwerden. Wie das geht, das erfahrt ihr im Interview :-) Wichtig ist ihr, dass es ein Miteinander zwischen Schulmedizin und Energiearbeit gibt. Am Ende gibt sie auch noch einen konkreten Tipp, wie du dich am besten mit deiner Intuition verbindest. Dran bleiben lohnt sich! Deine Tina Hier findest du Monika Griese: einssein@monikagriese.de 01749800900 02224988989 www.monikagriese.de (momentan in Überarbeitung)

Mass Construction Show
Paul Griese: Building Envelopes

Mass Construction Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2019 68:54


In this episode we speak with Paul Griese Sr. Building Envelope Consultant at Wheaton Sprague. Although exterior walls may seem quite simple in concept, they are in fact very complicated systems and because of that you’ll notice that Paul uses quite precise language when talking about the various components that make up these systems. We cover the various types of wall systems and what to look for from design through install and testing. Before we get started I’d love for you to take a look at the new cover art and tell me what you think? I don’t plan on changing my logo but there's a talented artist Jason Boucher who’s working on a few designs that I might use in other places. on hoodies or something like that. It’s just a draft but would love feedback in the podcast comments or social media dm’s. Enjoy the Show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/joekelly/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joekelly/support

Iowa Blues Showcase
IBSC 149 Fat Tuesday and the Griese Fire Horns featuring Jimmy Pryor 1999 Hull Ave

Iowa Blues Showcase

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2019 53:54


Tonight we listen to Fat Tuesday and the Griese Fire Horns featuring Jimmy Pryor live at the Hull Ave in 1999.  Cool show from the archive.  This was Fat Tuesday trying out some tunes in advance of the CIBS Blues Challenge of 1999.  Fat Tuesday was Scott Long on guitar and vocal, Greg Sutherland on bass, John Woody Wood on drums and vocal, Jimmy Pryor on vocals and kazoo.  Vern Hanson on Sax, Scott Davis on Trumpet.   Please like, subscribe, share, and comment.  THANKS!!!!!

Gabriele Kahl Life & Leadership | Klarheit | Fokus | Mehrwert

Der Weg in die Lebensbalance Einssein und den Weg wieder in die Lebensbalance bringen, dass ist was Monika Griese macht. Körper, Geist und Seele in eine Balance bringen, bedeutet Einssein. Die Erfahrungen die Monika als Kind gemacht hat, wurden von Ihren Eltern überdeckt. Ihre Eltern haben sie nicht verstanden und so wuchs Monika auf und […]

Miniature Horsemanship Stories
Karen Griese - Episode 19

Miniature Horsemanship Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 28:12


Karen Griese from High Five Acres Miniature Horse Learning Center joins us to tell us all about her excellent educational program that allows horse lovers of all ages to learn about horses in the smaller, less intimidating package of the Miniature Horse.

Iowa Blues Showcase
IBSC130 Regional and Local No 11

Iowa Blues Showcase

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2018 64:43


Tonight we listen to some more great Regional and Local midwest blues.  We start off with Kansas City's John Paul Drum and the Hell Hounds, Then follow with Patrick Hazel, Alien Corn, the Blue Band, Jono Smith, Erick Hovey, Chicago Rick Lussie, Dennis McMurran, Jimmy Pryor and the Griese fire horns, Gary Smith, and Rob Lumbard.      Please like, subscribe, share and like.  If you are on Podbean please follow!!!  THANKS

Shep, Shower & Shave
Episode 196: Brian Griese previews Lions and Jets

Shep, Shower & Shave

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2018 10:11


You can follow Brian on Twitter @BrianGriese

The Adam Schefter Podcast
Brian Griese & Jason Robins

The Adam Schefter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2018 50:18


Adam Schefter talks to ESPN's Brian Griese about his personal evolution (7:46), lessons he learned from Keith Jackson (11:30), what he thought of college teammate Tom Brady (16:18), the importance of John Elway in his life (19:02), how the game has changed in the past decade (21:14) & more. Plus, DraftKings CEO Jason Robins on the business of daily fantasy football as the laws continue to change (38:32).

20twenty
A Cross In Time - Passing on What Your Believe - Yvonne Griese (Cognitive Behavioural Therapist) - 8 Jun 2018

20twenty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2018 44:22


There's plenty of talk on radio, but with 20twenty you'll find Life, Culture & Current events from a Biblical perspective. Interviews, stories and insight you definately won't hear in the mainstream media. This feed contains selected content from 20twenty, heard every weekday morning. See www.vision.org.au for more details Help Vision to keep 'Connecting Faith to Life': https://vision.org.au/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BankBosun Podcast | Banking Risk Management | Banking Executive Podcast
An NFL Safety Competes Not on the Gridiron, but in the BOLI Field Now.

BankBosun Podcast | Banking Risk Management | Banking Executive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2016 20:20


Kelly: My next guest worked with his brother, and was so fierce and mean in his first career that some journalists called him and his brother the “Bruise Brothers”. He wasn't in the mafia. He was an NFL safety for the Miami Dolphins. Greetings! This is Kelly Coughlin. Voiceover:     Kelly Coughlin is CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm helping bank C-Level Officers navigate risk and discover reward. He is the host of the syndicated audio podcast, BankBosun.com. Kelly brings over 25 years of experience with companies like PWC, Lloyds Bank, and Merrill Lynch. On the podcast, Kelly interviews key executives in the banking ecosystem to provide bank C-Suite officers, risk management, technology, and investment ideas and solutions to help them navigate risks and discover rewards. And now, your host, Kelly Coughlin. Kelly:             Hello! This is Kelly Coughlin. I am the CEO of BankBosun and program host. This is the first in a two-part interview series with a guest that I think is fascinating, interesting and frankly, he’s simply an enjoyable guy.   His name is Glenn Blackwood. And he is a Board Member and Principal of Equias Alliance, a bank-owned life insurance and nonqualified benefits consultant for regional and community banks.   What makes Glenn more fascinating and interesting than your average BOLI guy is Glenn is a former NFL athlete with the Miami Dolphins. And for all you bankers out there, who of you never reenacted the 5 seconds left, game on the line, opponent in the red zone, pass thrown your way, interception, game over, you win…   Well, this guy has been there, done that. And you all hear that not all games ended this way. You will win some and lose some, and learning to deal with that was part of being a professional athlete.   You know, in my mind, competition is the common denominator between sports and business. Certainly, professional sports are a business industry in and of themselves, but I am talking about the competition on the field of play in sports - the gridiron; and the competition on the field of play in business - the boardroom.   So what can be learned from professional sports about competing more effectively in business? And more specifically, what can our bank clients learn from professional sports and a professional athlete who knows business? That’s the purpose of this podcast.   Glenn has over 25 years of experience in the bank-owned life insurance and nonqualified benefit plans consulting and has worked with hundreds of banks in the design and construction of cost-effective solutions, to help banks compete and retain good talent. But before that, he was with the Miami Dolphins for about 10 years and I think he played middle linebacker for the Dolphins. Glenn, did I get that one right?   Glenn:            You got everything right except position. If I had played middle linebacker, I’d have gotten killed.   Kelly:             Oh that’s right, you played safety. Glenn:            Yes, I played safety.   Kelly:             All right. Great. Glenn, welcome! How are you doing?   Glenn:            Thank you. I am doing fine. Glad to be visiting with you.   Kelly:             Great! Thanks for coming on board. Glenn, I don't want to try to summarize your background, because you know yourself better than I know you. Just give us a summary of education, business background, family, where you living, how many kids?   Glenn:            My wife and I have been married for 34 years and we have 4 children and 4 grandchildren. I grew up in Texas and I grew in a football family. My dad played running back at Baylor in the late ‘40s. And then, I had two brothers and one sister.   My sister was a very good athlete as well. She played tennis and actually was one of the top tennis players in the city of San Antonio where we grew up. I’m the youngest of the four and my oldest brother Lyle played at TCU and went on and played in the NFL with a variety of teams, and actually ended up playing with me down in Miami for his last 5 years, which was really a kick.   Then I have another brother Mike, who was probably the best athlete of all of us, but he was just smaller than Lyle and I were. He was a tremendous baseball player, basketball player, golfer, football player, and he played at TCU and then primarily due to size restraint, he wasn’t able to play in the NFL.   I did really well academically in high school so back then there wasn’t as much educational counseling it’s kind of like, well, if you did really good in grades you went into med, you became a doctor.   And then I ended up going to the University of Texas out of my high school. Darrell Royal was kind enough to offer me a scholarship and there is a long story there, which I won’t bore you with. I was not his early on pick, because I was kind of small as well. And they ended up taking a chance on me and I think it worked out for them and certainly worked out for me.   I ended up starting three years there at the University of Texas. I was captain the last year of my playing there.   So I was in pre-med at the University of Texas. Actually, had completed those or was right in the process of completing, when the Dolphins drafted me. And the dean at one of the, I think it was the University of Texas Dental School, said "Look, you can come back and go to school anytime, but how many people get a chance to play in the NFL?"   So I really appreciated him having the candor because a lot of academic guys don’t really value the sports side. He was really a balanced guy and he said, “Go try the NFL. And you can always come back and go to school.”   And I was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the 8th round and I ended up. So after 10 years in NFL, I wasn’t going to go back and try to redo that, and ended up playing 10 years for the Dolphins. And started my career there and ended my career there. I actually had nine seasons. I played in my last year but I was on injured reserve with a knee injury, which ultimately ended my career. So it was a good run.   Kelly:             Those were Don Shula years, I’m thinking, right?   Glenn:            That would be correct. That was 1979. I was drafted and I retired in April of 1989. I had all my years with coach Shula and that was a great experience from a standpoint of playing for a coach who had a grasp of the game and all phases of the game, as well as how to manage a football team. The head coach has to do a lot of stuff and Shula was probably as good at it as anybody I've ever seen.   Kelly:             And let’s see, Bob Griese would have been the quarterback in those years?   Glenn:            Actually, Griese was there the first two years I came to the Dolphins and then after that, we had a little stub period and then we drafted this kid out of Pittsburgh named Dan Marino and that was the end of that.   Kelly:             And that was the end of that. So you had, what, four years with Marino at the helm?   Glenn:            Danny came in at '83. So I actually had five years of playing with Danny.   Kelly:             Five years, yeah.   Glenn:            There is a great story there. He came up to my brother was in the locker room and my brother had been playing at that time for like 12 years, kind of the seasoned veteran. And here is the rookie Marino at his first start and Danny tells the story during his Hall of Fame speech.   My brother walked up to him and said, "Danny, look just relax. You are a great football player. You’ve got a great arm. You are going to be great in this league. Don't be nervous. Don't go out there with any anxiety. But just remember our whole season is riding on your shoulders."   Marino said, “Thanks a lot!” And he properly went out threw for a 356 yard game and so began the career of Dan Marino and probably one of the most amazing releases I’ve ever seen by a quarterback. He was so quick release. People say, “Oh, what it’s like playing with Danny?” And I’d said, “Well, you know I watched him from the sidelines so I was glad I wasn’t playing against him. But I practiced against him every day. And he made me a better football player because his release was so quick that you had to get a jump. You couldn't play around with him. You couldn’t give him any space because he could get that ball going with accuracy and velocity quicker than anybody I’ve ever seen.   Kelly:             I always have this incredible amount of respect for defensive players - safeties and cornerbacks - when they are in a situation where they know the game is on the line and then it’s the safety and the cornerback facing a really good quarterback and a really good receiver and there you are getting ready for the play. What’s that like? How do you get your mind in the game, where you’re not thinking "Oh my God! If I blow this, I’m done." Right? How do you get yourself prepared for that?   Glenn:            Well, I think part of it is that you realize that you are playing against professionals that are really good at what they do. So you’re going to get beaten some. And if you don't have a healthy understanding of that, then you’ll be a basket case in the NFL. There are those individual NFL players that are so talented…they relish that opportunity because they know they’re that good and they’re going to be able to rise to the occasion.   Most of the players in the NFL are really good athletes, but they are not of that ilk where they are just going to dominate every time. So it’s nerve racking and it is exhilarating when you rise to the occasion, and it’s a gut punch when you don’t. And I’ve been beat for touchdowns and I’ve intercepted passes as they were going in for touchdowns and I’ve stopped the play. And as they said in the Wide World of Sports, the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. And it’s painful. But if you don't realize that that’s very much the way life is. You’re going to have some moments of exhilaration in life and you are going to have some pain parts in life as well. If you don't negotiate that well, then it can make for a tough time.   Most guys who have a difficult time with that don't last as long in the game, because they can't handle the pressure. I really felt like I prepared extremely well for a game. I had knowledge of my opponents. I knew what they liked to do. I knew what they like to do in certain downs and distances. And so I could it whittle it down.   I remember there was a play where we were playing with the Jets one time and they had a really good tight end, almost like a receiver guy a guy named Jerome Barkum, and I knew what pass route they were going to run. They ran it against me and Richard Todd threw the ball, completed it ind the end zone for touchdown. I knew exactly what they were going to run. I was just playing against a really talented receiver and a quarterback who put the ball in a place where only he could catch it.   Kelly:             Do you get in situations or have you seen players in situations where the fear factor of getting burned it almost creates a paralysis and they get so consumed by failing that they are almost slow to react cause they are so consumed by that?   Glenn:            There is no doubt you see that. You see it all the time. And that’s happened to me. Everybody has those moments where you know you say, “I don't want to be the weak link in this defense or this offense.” So absolutely, that happens. And I think some guys can live through that and come out on the back side and learn from it, and they mature and they grow through things. And then others, they never get a handle on it. And I think it hinders their career.   Look, I watched a lot of guys that were much better athletes than me, come into training camp every year and for some reason you know I was able to keep my job for you know ten years. A large part of it was because I really prepared a lot for the games and I had a good knowledge of the game, and I could coordinate our defense really well. The other part of it was that you kind of grow into that knowing that you’ve got to realize that you are going to have times where you make the play and there’s going to be times where it doesn’t work out the way you wanted to.   And that’s the game of football. You are playing with really good players on the other side of the line and that their job is to make you look bad, to beat you. They are good athletes. So sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. Fortunately, down in Miami, we won a little bit more than we lost and that was good.   Kelly:             Ever been in that situation where there is just mismatch, you are making the wrong reads and then, they are picking on you?   Glenn:            Very seldom I saw myself in that position because I was not reading things right. It usually was just physical talent. I wasn’t the biggest, fastest guy out there. You are going to get in those situations – and sometimes the quarterbacks see it and sometimes they don't.   Kelly:             So after the NFL, you decided you wanted to get in to the bank-owned life insurance business. How did you end up picking this industry?   Glenn:            You know the reason I got into the business is that – it’s a long story but I will make it very short. I ran into a former adversary of mine in the NFL, a guy named Wally Hilgenberg. And Wally played linebacker for the Minnesota Vikings…and played sixteen years in the NFL. And he and a few other gentlemen had started this business and they called the company Bank Compensation Strategies. And that company placed the first BOLI product on a bank in Bloomington, Minnesota back in 1982. And it was kind of a quid pro quo. It was an insurance policy purchase to hedge a SERP or deferred compensation expense.   And that’s the way this whole business really got started. And Wally and I ran into each other at a fishing tournament..I’ve got a name for it but I won’t say it on this…but it’s basically the old guys fishing tournament..former retired guys from the NFL we were fishing down in Louisiana and I happened to sit next to Wally on a bus going to the fishing tournament. And he and I got to talking.   And I had prepared for after football by going to a university down in Miami and studying for a couple of years. I had worked in an investment banking firm because I knew they’d kick me out of football one day. And that’s probably the one thing if I could say for most athletes, especially professional athletes is you’ve got to prepare for the day they tell you you're not good enough anymore. Because it will happen. And when it does, the severing of that cord, of that tie is swift, and it’s brutal, and it’s fast and it’s painful.   If you are not economically prepared and educationally or vocationally prepared, it’s a very tough transition. Fortunately, I had done that and Wally and I got to talking and he said we’ve got this program where he had this BOLI asset and the benefit needs. And he explained it to me and what I saw in it, was I saw there were three real focused needs of expertise.   You had to have some sense mathematically. You had to have accounting grasp. You had to have a legal grasp, because there were agreements involved. And then, you had to understand the regulatory piece of it. And I loved the multitasking and juggling all those balls. That was very similar to what I did on the football field, because I ran our defense for most of the years I was playing down there in Miami.   And so, I had to know what the line backers were doing. I didn’t play their position but I had to know what they were doing, what their challenges were, and our defensive line, our corners. And then I had to when the offense came up and showed us a different formation, I had to change our defense and put us in the right one. I love Bill Arnsparger, my defense coordinator, who was one of the greatest defense coordinators in the NFL and he sat me down on the bleachers one time and said before I was going into my first start, where I was running the defense, and he said, “Glenn. I can only guess right half of time. You have to put the right defense the other half.”   And first of all, Bill was understating his capabilities, because he didn’t guess, number 1. He was well prepared. And most of the time, he gave us the right defense. But he gave me that freedom, to move and change if I saw something I didn’t like.   And I loved that ability, the need to understand all the different pieces of how a defense works together. And it is the same way in this business. You got to understand the legal, the accounting, the regulatory. And I love being able to juggle those balls and being able to put everything together and explain to a bank and a bank board how this works, how we can put it in, how it works from an accounting perspective, and tax and balance sheet and income statement, and then what we do to take care of them to caretake for them on an ongoing basis. I looked at it and I thought this is a good fit for my skill set and Wally wanted somebody in Florida and I said I think I found the right guy for you, and that's me.   Kelly:             Did you ever have to play up in Metropolitan Stadium in the winter?   Glenn:            I played in the Met Stadium but not in the winter. And by the time I played up there in the winter, we had a dome. But I did play in the Packers in the teens and I played in New England and Chicago and New York.   Kelly:             How tough was it from Miami because half your games were down or more than half of your games were down in the southern climate, right? But how tough was that?   Glenn:            It was hard because you had to adjust to the cold weather really, it hardens everything and it makes it harder to catch the ball. One of things coach Shula used to say is don’t overdress and he’d be yelling in the locker room, don’t overdress. His point out of that was you can be warm, you can put on enough stuff to get you warm, but you can't function. You had to get that balance of layering that allowed you to maintain some form of body heat but also be able to move fluidly in your uniform, etc. I think, actually, while it was tough on us, I think it was much harder for the northern teams in November to come down to Miami and play in 80 degree weather and it’s humid. I’ve watched teams literally just melt right before us because they just couldn't handle it in the second half.   Kelly:             Really? What about the Mile High Stadium? Did you ever must have played there?   Glenn:            We did play at Mile High Stadium. That just really wasn't a lot  of problem either for me. The lack of altitude was offset by the lack of humidity…and so you didn’t sweat a lot out there. It was invigorating…I loved playing in that. The worst place I ever played from a physical standpoint of trying to be able to breathe was when we played the Rams out in Anaheim one year and they had a stage four smog alert. It was a one o'clock game; they had to turn the lights on in the stadium. There was so much smog. My lungs burned for about 2 days after that game.   Kelly:             Let's finish with the dumbest thing you have ever done or said in your situation?   Glenn:            I remember one time I was so, we had a fourth and one the Buffalo Bills were going into our endzone. They had kind of a strong set towards me and I was a strong safety and I really wasn’t that big a guy, so my adrenaline was flowing and I thought this guy was going to try and kill me. And they’re going to try to run right over me. It was kind of what you talked earlier, where there’s a little bit of fear there and I didn't want to be the weak link in the defense. So I was geared up and as soon as the ball was snapped, I took off to run into that flanker, he just turned sideways and I whiffed on him and he was a tight end flanker, it was a real tight set. They ran a play action pass and you know when I whiffed on him, I basically stumbled and the guy I was supposed to be covering ran right into the end zone and they threw him a little pass for a touchdown.   Kelly:             Well, that finishes Part 1 of my interview with Glenn Blackwood. I started the podcast saying Glenn was fascinating, interesting and simply a good guy, and I think that came out in this interview. I personally just love hearing his war stories of the NFL.   In Part 2, we will talk more about his second career in business and focusing on his expertise in the bank-owned life insurance business. And true to his form, he is competing and winning in this business just like he did with the Miami Dolphins. Thanks.   Voiceover:     We want to thank you for listening to the syndicated audio program, BankBosun.com. The audio content is produced and syndicated by Seth Greene, Market Domination, with the help of Kevin Boyle.   Video content is produced by The Guildmaster Studio, Keenan Bobson Boyle. The voice introduction is me, Karim Kronfli. The program is hosted by Kelly Coughlin.   If you like this program, please tell us. If you don’t, please tell us how we can improve it. And now, some disclaimers. Kelly is licensed with the Minnesota State Board of Accountancy as a Certified Public Accountant.  The views expressed here are solely those of Kelly Coughlin and his guests in their private capacity and do not in any other way represent the views of any other agent, principal, employer, employee, vendor or supplier.

TB25 - A History of Football
TB25 - A History of Football: Episode IV: 1972 (Bob Griese)

TB25 - A History of Football

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2016 30:11


Tom Leyden and Butch Stearns are joined by Pro Football Hall of Famer Bob Griese as they tell the story of the 1972 NFL season. The Dolphins bounced back from their Super Bowl VI loss to the Cowboys to go undefeated and beat the Washington Redskins 14-7 in Super Bowl VII. No team has won a Super Bowl as an undefeated team again. Griese shares how Don Shula turned the Dolphins into winners, what motivated the players every week en route to the 17-0 season and where he feels the team stacks up in NFL history. The 1972 season featured some memorable playoff games, including the Steelers "Immaculate Reception" win over the Raiders and the Cowboys fourth-quarter rally win over the 49ers - both on the same day. The Redskins qualified for the Super Bowl under the leadership of George Allen, in his second year with the squad. Washington won the NFC East, unseating the defending champion Cowboys in the process and knocking off Dallas in the NFC Championship Game. Miami, despite having the AFC's top record, traveled to Pittsburgh to play the Steelers in the AFC Championship Game. With his team trailing in the third quarter, Shula turned to Griese, who had missed much of the season with a broken ankle, to relieve veteran QB Earl Morrall. Griese led a comeback win over the Steelers and went on to start in Super Bowl VII, a game the Dolphins dominated despite the misleading margin of victory. The Dolphins avenged the Super Bowl VI loss and clinched an indelible spot in NFL lore, becoming the first (and only) undefeated champion.

Interviews - Audio Podcasts
Griese: Unser Ziel ist es, dass es im Alter reicht

Interviews - Audio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2016 12:01


Kerstin Griese: Vorsitzende des Ausschusses für Arbeit und Soziales im Interview

Interviews - Video Podcasts
Griese: Unser Ziel ist es, dass es im Alter reicht

Interviews - Video Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2016 12:01


Kerstin Griese: Vorsitzende des Ausschusses für Arbeit und Soziales im Interview

Keeping Score
Shakes, urine tests and the Miami Dolphins

Keeping Score

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2015 20:21


Description: Miami Dolphins and Sun Life Stadium CEO Tom Garfinkel on the sports science involved in keeping players at their peak. Plus he discusses what it takes to bring the organization to London for this week’s game and his experience working in Major League Baseball. I also share my thoughts on the growing role of technology in the dugout and on the sidelines and the competition for the 2024 Olympic games in this week’s Keeping Score. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

SCHLAGKRAFT
SCHLAGKRAFT #122 - Inoue ist jünger als Griese

SCHLAGKRAFT

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2014 76:50


SCHLAGKRAFT #122 - Inoue ist jünger als Griese

Saddleback Church: Crave Thursday Night

Ana Griese gives her testimony

Medizin - Open Access LMU - Teil 14/22
Nutritional supplements in cystic fibrosis

Medizin - Open Access LMU - Teil 14/22

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2006


Sun, 1 Jan 2006 12:00:00 +0100 http://www.bmj.com/content/332/7542/618.short https://epub.ub.uni-muenchen.de/15015/1/Nutritional_supplements_in_cystic_fibrosis.pdf Griese, Matthias; Kappler, Matthias ddc:610, Medizin