This week on the podcast, Mark Ferguson chats with Gundy (David) Anderson and Angus Fraser, of Bog Roy Station. Gundy and Lisa Anderson are fourth generation owners of Bog Roy station, farming just under 3,000 Ha with 4,000 merino ewes and 140 Hereford cows on the shores of Lake Benmore, Omarama, New Zealand. Gundy and Angus go through the past, present and future of Bog Roy. When they arrived in 1980, Bog Roy farmed Corriedales but changed to Merinos in the mid 90's based on the wool prices at the time. After finding themselves carrying too much stock through winter, and finding their peak feed demand occurring when there wasn't any grass growth, Gundy and Lisa changed their thinking. Well thought out, small and incremental changes over the years has gotten Bog Roy to where they are today. Starting with trials around the farm, ensuring it works for them and their land, and then expanding it is how they started with increasing scanning, grazing lucerne and mating hoggets. Gundy and his wife Lisa, make sure that all decisions made now can still hold up in 10 years time when it comes to the social license to farm. Getting more production out of less stock units is the way they plan on reducing their environmental impact. Listen to find out more about Bog Roy station. Check out The Hubthehub.nextgenagri.comOur community where our members have the opportunity to keep up to date with everything we are working on.Allflex Livestock Intelligence is the leader in the design, development, manufacturing, and delivery of animal monitoring, identification, and traceability solutions. Their data-driven solutions are used by farmers to manage animals. By putting intelligent, actionable information into farmers' hands, their solutions empower them to act in a timely manner for optimal outcomes.A big thank you to our sponsors, Allflex Livestock Intelligencewww.allflex.global/nz/
On the latest episode of The CGA Tour, Host Calvin Glen Alexander is joined by Jake Carlson to discuss the Oklahoma State Loss in Ames against Iowa State, Gundy's playcalling, and preview this weekend's games. Follow @thecgatour on Twitter and Instagram for more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecgatour/message
Braves gotta Brave, Hawks spank Mavs in opener, Kirby Smart not too happy playing Gators in Florida, Jacob Eason wants a career mulligan, more CFB realignment, Best CFB players ever from Illinois Indiana & Iowa, Gundy's forever deal, Enes Kanter a real hero, Ben Simmons always a loser, choking to death during a hot dog eating contest, Congress takes on an even more uppity group--the NFL, The Onion mocks Warren Sapp & Draftkings, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for I warned you about Chris Taylor, stay for Alexa telling us a war story & why Connie Mack is playing ball with the Three Stooges
- Finisce la favola di iowa - Inizia quella di Oklahoma State - #CoachingCarousel: LSU e Washington State - #AskCFB: la situazione QB ad Oklahoma - Vincitori e Sconfitti di week 7 - Preview e pronostici di week 8: Oregon-UCLA, Clemson-Pittsburgh, USC-NotreDame e le altre
- Finisce la favola di iowa- Inizia quella di Oklahoma State- #CoachingCarousel: LSU e Washington State- #AskCFB: la situazione QB ad Oklahoma- Vincitori e Sconfitti di week 7- Preview e pronostici di week 8: Oregon-UCLA, Clemson-Pittsburgh, USC-NotreDame e le altre
On this week's episode, Joe & BK begrudgingly recap the Longhorns' epic collapse against Oklahoma at the Cotton Bowl. After that terrible trip down memory lane, the guys turn their attention to this weekend's top 25 tilt against Mike Gundy and the undefeated Oklahoma State Cowboys. Can the Horns bounce back against the Pokes and extend their winning streak over OSU to 3? The guys give their thoughts. Thanks for listening!
Are you ready for a positive podcast? Well neither was I until I met this man! King Kong Gundy shot some positivity all over my face neck and chest and I had a great time having it done! This guy is the Ted Lasso of reptile breeding and education. Also Alyssa Leonard joins us from her She Shed for another great episode of 15 Minutes of Lame! Upcoming Shows: October 3rd - Open Zoom Call for Reptile Keepers October 8th - Bonus Episode of the Podcast with Justin Kobylka October 15th - New Episode of the Podcast October 17th – Open Zoom Call for Reptile Keepers November 1st - New Episode of the Podcast Also, don't forget to check out the Leveling Up Series on YouTube where myself and industry bigshots get together and talk Reptile Shop.
We're glad to welcome Jenni Carlson, who's @JenniCarlson_OK on Twitter: She's been writing for The Oklahoman since 1999 and joins Brice Cherry and John Werner to talk college football: • Pretty good game this week in Stillwater: Are the undefeated Bears or the undefeated Cowboys more surprising to you so far this season, and who do you like in this matchup? OSU has an good resume with a road win over Boise State and last week's 31-20 dispatching of ranked K-State. Obviously, Baylor pulled off a huge win in Waco last week, 31-29 over Iowa State. • Mike Gundy and the undercurrent of unrest: It's been a unique marriage Mike Gundy and Oklahoma State. He's an OSU guy and the second-longest tenured coach in the Big 12 behind TCU's Gary Patterson. And he's had a lot of success -- the Cowboys haven't missed a bowl game since his first season as coach. But there always seems to be something going on, with rumors of him going elsewhere. How is Gundy viewed by the majority of the OSU fan base? Does he need a second Big 12 title to get a little more leeway? • It hasn't been hasn't been all sunshine and lollipops this season for the Sooners, despite them being undefeated, at least not for Spencer Rattler. The quarterback faced boos last week after an interception against West Virginia, and apparently some fans chanted “We want Caleb,” a reference to redshirt freshman Caleb Williams. Do y'all expect Lincoln Riley to stick with Rattler, and do you think there's a segment of OU fans that might want Tanner Mordecai back after his eye-popping performances at SMU? • Finally, let's close with a little news you can use (or at least we can use) - we love to talk Big 12 road trip eats, and it anything makes the trip to Stillwater worth it, it's got to be Hideaway Pizza. Can Jenni recommend any any off-the-radar Stillwater eateries that we should know about? Music: http://www.purple-planet.com, "Funk City" Support the show: https://wacotrib.com/sports/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you've ever wanted to hear what the van Gundys chat about on their morning walks, or what Bill Simmons and Steven Tyler think of the Celtics early exit, then you are in luck. Sean and Katie are joined by Sean Keane who brings a slew of impressions to this very special Summer Break show that is guaranteed to hit a 10 on the hilarity scale. Dive into the madness as we look back at both editions of Reaction Theatre. We have joined Patreon folks! Come join the family and receive ad free episodes, discord access, a special shoutout and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/uhhbasketball Follow @UhhBasketball on Twitter! Also while you are it make sure you follow our hosts @woodleysean & @wtevs. If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Uhh, Basketball 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you next week for an all new episode!
Everyone's favourite game is back! While Katie and Sean continue their summer break filled figuring out who ordered which drink, we'll spend our day with a trio of segments trying to determine if Stan Van Gundy is as political as he seems, whether Nick Nurse is as Iowan as he comes across and if anyone can tell the difference between two of the world's great wordsmiths; Taylor Swift and Stromile Swift.We have joined Patreon folks! Come join the family and receive ad free episodes, discord access, a special shoutout and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/uhhbasketball Follow @UhhBasketball on Twitter! Also while you are it make sure you follow our hosts @woodleysean & @wtevs. If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Uhh, Basketball 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you next week for an all new episode!
Don Kirby recalls the constitutional amendment campaign to protect the rights of hunters that first connected him to Gundy, Randy Stark shares how he works to prevent animal trafficking and reminisces with Gundy about their education expo, Longtime friend Chef John, the Game Gourmet, joins us to reminisce and Michele Phillips of Bacon Fatte shares her inspiration, Gundy & Friends say goodbye to the show, but not to each other.
[00:04:01] I've really taken time to make sure and be really intentional about reaching out to each one of our guys so they understand I'm there for them because who knows what they might be going through.[00:06:07] Stop worrying about trying to show people how smart you are and how good a coach you are, and really focused on making sure that they know that you can lead.[00:06:47] You forget often that these guys are 18, 19, 20 years old and they're dealing with things just as much as you are, and they don't necessarily have the emotional or mental capacity to take advantage of them or put them in their right place.[00:07:51] You may come up with and have the best possible plan that there is, but when you get to situations, they don't call for that, or they cause you to pivot, they cause you to scrap that plan and now all of a sudden you have to instantaneously come up with something different that is efficient and productive in the same token.[00:08:51] Coaching in a nutshell though, right? There are constantly problems. You're constantly problem solving and making decisions throughout the course of the day.[00:09:29] At the end of the day, you can take that strategy and game plan and crumple it up and throw it out. It really is about the team that just plays harder.[00:10:19] It's the simple things. It's about getting your team to be aggressive and getting them to trust their instincts and getting them to connect.[00:10:49] Being able to handle hard conversations that are super disappointing.[00:11:40] You walk in there knowing you have to deliver bad news and how you do it gracefully.[00:13:51] What are the good players and the leaders do better than everyone else? They produce consistently, you know? And it's not just production on the court, but it's the consistency in terms of how they show up every day and the consistency of their emotions and the consistency of how they work and the consistency of how they receive correction.[00:14:05] As coaches, we'd love to get an entire team that works with an intent and a purpose every single day[00:14:25] I would say the really great leaders that we've had, they bring it every day in terms of their consistency. They're really intentional in terms of how they perform. But they're emotionally connected to their teammates and that emotional connection allows them to lead them better.[00:16:03] I think that's the challenge as coaches is for us, if it's important then we practice it, we chart it, we report it, we talk about it and we reference it constantly.[00:17:46] What you want from your guys, I think the leaders draw a line in the sand, like constantly, and I think that they move it and they make sure that's not crossed.[00:18:41] You're in charge of your space. Coach would always say that. Like rent is due every single day. You're going to have to bring it every single day.[00:18:59] You can't be, great at anything if you're trying to be great at every single thing.[00:20:33] At the end of the day leaders, they show up and they're consistent.[00:21:09] I think when you show up and you have a passion for being in the gym, or being in the film room or talking about academics or checking in with them about their parents, and they see that every single day, I think that's the way that you can model it.[00:21:19] I think just like when you're a parent, your kids are probably not going to be like how you tell them to be, are going to be what you show them…when you find somebody who does show up every day, put them under your wing and make sure that you teach them the nuance of what leadership looks like.[00:22:11] Do you play favorites? Yeah, I do. I play favorites of the guys that show up and they show up every single day, a certain type of way.[00:22:47] It's not the best player. It's who shows up and gives the most energy. Who shows up and gives the most effort? Who shows up and gives the most of the intangibles.[00:23:06] I literally try to wake up every morning, before my feet hit the ground; I already have a boxing gloves on and I'm fighting for my culture.[00:23:55] I think the more you acknowledge that it's a bad situation, you can find a way to be productive in spite of that.[00:24:14] People follow genuine leaders and authenticity.[00:24:24] This sucks. It sucks. I know it sucks, so let's embrace it, but let's still be productive because of it.[00:26:55] Passing is a lost art. You think about how many times a guy passes or takes another player or his teammate out of a shot because he gives him a pass that's not necessarily in their shooting pocket.[00:27:10] The best things about passing the ball are being able to deliver a pass better than FedEx, better than UPS.[00:28:52] Jeff van Gundy says this, and if you listened to him the last series, I think with the Phoenix suns in the Milwaukee, he talks about three Rs. He talks about running, rebounding, and rolling.[00:29:50] If you like study, why people do the ball screen coverage as they do is because they know that cars can't finish those shots at the rim over contests. And that's a simple fact.[00:30:21] I think the higher you go the smarter you have to be. And I don't mean you got to be able to recite poetry or do all sorts of math equations. I mean like basketball IQ.[00:33:26] You have to go five minutes at your group or with a coach or with a manager or whatever it is, five minutes on whatever that skill is that your head coach picks for that guy and you got to go for five minutes. It's not like just catch and shooting. It's you're doing that skill and maybe it's going at a speed that they're not used to comfortable.[00:40:07] Part of the job of a coach of a person that's in leadership is to try to get people to become the person they want to become when they don't want to do the things that they want to do to get to that point.[00:40:38] You can do more than you think you can do.[00:41:12] As parents, as people, we can always try to do more and be better dads, be better, husbands, be better, whatever it is.[00:41:33] The sport and pushing yourself can help you learn a lot about who you are and you can help young men realize that they're not just basketball players: they're really good people that can be mentors and leaders, and we do that through the sport.[00:42:34] We're all trying to have that type of connection with our players where you love them, and you care about them. But at the same time, you can be very truthful with them.[00:44:21] We all want things and we want them right now and we don't always understand how important, hard plays into that, and what it does is it makes you appreciate when you do get through hard, when you do accomplish something that was hard.[00:44:41] He was talking about truth. And to me, truth is love. If you love a person, you are going to lead with the truth, and they're going to trust that you are coming from a space of love by telling them the truth.[00:45:11] The game that we play is probably one of the most individualized sports. But our job is to try to get five individuals to do one common thing, and that is coaching.[00:46:10] It's going to be hard because if it was easy, everybody would be doing it.[00:47:29] At the root of everything and it's really difficult, but basically, you're trying to get every player to be as good of an individual as humanly possible and then convincing them on Thursdays and Saturday nights to give that away for whatever's best for the team.[00:48:13] He has this intensity, but it's wrapped up inside of his empathy and his compassion for the players.[00:50:31] There are so many different versions of gray based on people's experience and how they can then take those words and apply them in their life.
We start Friday's 3 Man Front hearing from Mark Emmert as he takes a stand & defends himself, The Open's second round saw some interesting shifts, and the Braves make a trade & get ready for CHOP-tober. 24:07 - As SEC Media Days gets ready to begin & Big 12 Media Days conclude, both conferences have interesting storylines heading into the season. 35:01 - Can Texas & Iowa State challenge Oklahoma? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the NBA is on fire, and Sean and Katie discuss. They kick things off with a look at the rash of injury news that hit the timeline on Wednesday morning, which was then followed by a pair of coach firings in New Orleans and Washington as well as a dubious departure in Dallas after reports of their franchise being taken over by a crypto loving gambling freak. Next they talk about the games -- including the wild Hawks comeback against the Sixers in Game 5, KD's brilliant performance to put the Nets up 3-2 on the Bucks, and the Clippers-Jazz series which is playing out under a cloud of injury-related doom. In the Segment We're Trying Out This Week, it's a return of an old fav as Sean and Katie attempt to pair NBA teams with classic songs about being on fire. All that, plus Sheed, Posters of the Week and more!We have joined Patreon folks! Come join the family and receive ad free episodes, discord access, a special shoutout and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/uhhbasketball Follow @UhhBasketball on Twitter! Also while you are it make sure you follow our hosts @woodleysean & @wtevs. If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Uhh, Basketball 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you next week for an all new episode!
Tonight, we talk the one and only Brian Gundy from Forgoodness Snakes!! Brian has been a staple in reptile youtube, for many years. The founder of the Goldblush project, a massive force in Bay Area Reptile Education and so much more! It was so much fun talking to him about the experiences he's had over the years! FOLLOW USARK!!!!!https://bit.ly/USARKIGFIND BRIAN ON IG!!!https://www.instagram.com/brian.gundy/?hl=enFIND US ON IGhttps://bit.ly/ReptileTalkIGhttps://bit.ly/creepingitrealIGhttps://bit.ly/BMRIGFIND US ON TWITTERhttps://bit.ly/BMRTwitthttps://bit.ly/creepingitrealTwitt
Tim Bowman, along with his family, run a mixed farming operation on their property “Gundy” near Tooraweenah. In this episode, Tim talks about his Shorthorn cattle enterprise and how he approaches the important decision of selecting bulls, as well as how he’s incorporating artificial insemination into their breeding program to speed up the genetic process and have heifers calve over a nice tight window. Local Lands Services District Vet Jill Kelly caught up with Tim in the back yards after a bull sale. And as you'll hear, Jill learnt that there's a bit more to it than turning up on sale day with your bidder card in hand! Resources and links: Checking your bull is ready for joining Bull health Buy the right bulls Tooraweenah brothers use AI to lift their Shorthorn herd Connect: Central West LLS website Central West LLS on Facebook Central West LLS on Twitter Central West LLS on YouTube The views contained in this podcast series are not necessarily endorsed by Central West Local Land Services. Listeners are advised to contact their local office to discuss their individual situation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we are interviewing Amanda Gundy who has been working in glass since 2004. She speaks with us about her experiences as a new mom running a small business, how COVID-19 has impacted her business and lifestyle, mom guilt, and her passion for teaching glass.Find Amanda's work on Instagram @nocaglassschool and at www.nocaglassschool.com - follow our podcast on Facebook and Instagram @connectedinglassIf you love this podcast, please consider supporting us by becoming a patron at patreon.com/connectedinglass - also check out our Facebook group: Connected in Glass Community to keep up with all of the artists that we have interviewed and join in on conversations about this week's episode.
Feeling low on energy? Living on caffeine and sugar to get through your day? Dr. Gundry sits in with the Heal Squad to discuss how and why this is happening more and more in Western civilization AND how it all begins in the gut aka what we eat. Dr. Gundry shares how "leaky gut" is the main culprit to zapping our energy and to many autoimmune diseases. He discusses what foods with lectins tear the holes that cause leaky gut and what foods can seal them. Dr. Gundy discusses the various do's and don'ts behind leaky gut along with the proper and affordable testing for leaky gut. If you're low on energy or having stomach issues of any kinds, this episode is a must listen! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/better-together-with-maria-menounos/support
On February 15, 2021, Erin M. Hawley and Jennifer Nou joined the Federalist Society’s Chicago Student Chapter for a discussion on the future of administrative law.Featuring:Erin M. Hawley, Senior Legal Fellow, Independent Women’s Law CenterJennifer Nou, Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law SchoolIntroduction: Hallie Saunders, Programming Director, The Federalist Society’s Chicago Student Chapter* * * * * As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker.
On Tuesday, Speech First, Inc. filed a free speech lawsuit alleging that the University of Central Florida and its officials “created a series of rules and regulations that restrain, deter, suppress, and punish speech about the political and social issues of the day.” David and Sarah walk us through the history of campus cat and mouse battles over restrictive speech codes and explain whether this lawsuit will matter in the long run. On today’s episode, our hosts also chat about the nondelegation doctrine, the possibility of further criminal prosecution against Donald Trump, and how Rush Limbaugh’s passing might affect the conservative media climate. Show Notes: -Speech First vs. Cartwright and Speech First, Inc. v. Gregory L. Fenves. -Nondelegation doctrine cases: Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States, J.W. Hampton Jr., & Co. v. United States and Gundy v. United States. -“Trump’s Acquittal Exposed a Republic in Peril” by David French in Time. -“There’s No Historical Justification for One of the Most Dangerous Ideas in American Law” by Julian David Mortenson and Nicholas Bagley in the Atlantic. -“Opinion analysis: Court refuses to resurrect nondelegation doctrine” by Mila Sohoni in SCOTUSblog. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cue up the Crazy Train because it’s time to put 2020 in the rearview mirror. Before that, though, Sean and Katie look back at some of their favourite moments from the first year of the podcast with a collection of their best “The Segment We’re Trying Out This Week” bits! Buckle in as they revisit Did Stan Van Say This?, matching classic 80s tunes to NBA teams, and Never Underestimate the Character Chart of a Champion. See you in 2021!We have joined Patreon folks! Come join the family and receive ad free episodes, discord access, a special shoutout and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/uhhbasketball Follow @UhhBasketball on Twitter! Also while you are it make sure you follow our hosts @woodleysean & @wtevs. If you enjoyed today’s show, please rate Uhh, Basketball 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you next week for an all new episode!
Join us this holiday weekend in The Big Wild! We feature our annual retelling of Whisper, the touching story of a girl and tree who protect each other no matter what, Jack Ferrell joins us for two segments to share wine pairings for wild game, and Gundy has some jokes to keep us laughing through to dinner.
How can the Plant Paradox change your life? Listen on to find out! In this episode, we are chatting with Dr. Steven Gundry, a cardiothoracic surgeon turned wellness and nutrition guru. After operating on many people with preventable health conditions, Dr. Gundry turned his focus to nutrition to help his patients avoid surgery. He is also a top researcher and author focused on cutting-edge human nutrition. In today’s episode, we’ll discuss Dr. Gundry’s transition from surgery to wellness, the proven plant paradox and why you should pay attention to what you’re eating. We’ll then dive deeper into diet secrets, why all organic may not be good for you, why you should limit your fruit intake, and other foods you should watch out for. Social Media: Follow YAP on IG: www.instagram.com/youngandprofiting Reach out to Hala directly at Hala@YoungandProfiting.com Follow Hala on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Follow Hala on Instagram: www.instagram.com/yapwithhala Check out our website to meet the team, view show notes and transcripts: www.youngandprofiting.com Timestamps: 01:12 - How Dr. Gundry Transitioned From Surgery to Wellness 11:02 - Dealing with Naysayers 14:33 - What is the Plant Paradox? 19:31 - The Truth About Beans 23:42 - Why Not All Organic is Good 28:51 - All about Rice and Whole Grains 30:45 - Bleach in Our Food Products 32:27 - Why You Should Give Fruit ‘The Boot’ 39:20 - Alternatives to Current Eating Habits 42:22 - We Are What Our Food Eats 45:14 - What is Leaky Gut Syndrome? 49:16 - Dr. Gundy’s Secret to Profiting in Life Links Mentioned in the Show: Dr. Gundry’s Website: https://drgundry.com/ Dr. Gundry’s Supplements Line: https://gundrymd.com/ Dr. Gundy’s Podcast: https://drgundry.com/the-dr-gundry-podcast/ Dr. Gundry’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drstevengundry/
On November 9, 2020, The Federalist Society's Administration Law & Regulation Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The topic of the panel was "Regulatory Practice and Oversight in 2021 and Beyond." While we think of “The Administrative State” as the relatively permanent apparatus of government, it has no lawful powers beyond those vested in officials the voters have chosen. “[T]he Constitution presumes that lesser executive officers will assist the President in discharging his duties.” (Seila Law) Those duties are, for the most part, implementing, administering, and enforcing the provisions of the laws Congress has enacted. What, then, are the implications of the 2020 elections for regulatory policy?From the earliest days of his Administration, President Trump made it a priority to cut back on the regulations he believed were impeding American economic success. Among other things, he instructed agencies to drop two regulations for each one added, and to comply with all procedural requirements in issuing guidance, and the Department of Justice announced it would not defend “subregulatory guidance.” In response to the arrival and spread of the contagious and deadly novel coronavirus, additional regulatory streamlining accelerated the approval of vaccines and other medical technologies, and of federally funded or permitted projects. Where do these initiatives stand? What will a second term/new administration bring? What will the 117th Congress do? Will it give early attention to administrative rules under the Congressional Review Act? Recent Supreme Court decisions on delegation (Gundy), on deference (Kisor), and on presidential authority (Seila Law) mean that Congressional oversight, and the President’s management, of the administrative state will play out on an evolving landscape of administrative law.This panel will discuss the likely consequences of the post-election prevailing winds.Featuring:Hon. Ronald A. Cass, Dean Emeritus, Boston University School Law; President, Cass & Associates Hon. Sally Katzen, Professor of Practice and Distinguished Scholar in Resident; Co-Director, Legislative and Regulatory Process Clinic, New York University School of LawProf. Adam J. White, Assistant Professor of Law, Director, C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University; Resident Scholar, American Enterprise InstituteModerator: Hon. Ryan D. Nelson, United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit*******As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speakers.
On the latest episode of The CGA Tour, host Calvin Glen Alexander brings on fellow OSU alum Jake Carlson to discuss last week's loss in Bedlam. OU won and OSU lost. Plus do either of us still like Mike Gundy? Follow @thecgatour on Twitter and Instagram for more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecgatour/message
Todd Bradford joined the Oklahoma State staff in November of 2019 and serves as director of recruiting. Bradford served as linebackers coach under Gundy at OSU from 2005-07 and has also held coaching positions at Wisconsin, BYU, Maryland and Kansas, among other stops. Included among his 28 years of experience in college football are seven years as a recruiting coordinator. He recruited eventual All-Americans Markelle Martin and Grant Garner to Stillwater, in addition to All-Big 12 performers Jamie Blatnick and Ugo Chinasa. Bradford attended Southern Utah, where he graduated in 1986 with a degree in physical education/geology. From 2011-16 he put his geology background to work by holding leadership positions in the oil and energy business. The move to private business was made in large part to bring him closer to his mother, who was sick at the time. He got back into coaching when he served on David Beaty’s staff at Kansas for the 2016 and 2017 seasons, but returned to the oil and energy world in March of 2018.
We've got a lot of Big 12 title implications to discuss! Phillip, Andy Mitts, and Jamie Steyer discuss Iowa State's big win over Kansas State, what the rest of the season looks like for both teams, and show Breece Hall some love. Then, Oklahoma is rolling at the right time. Finally, Phillip goes off on the state of things in Stillwater to try and determine what kind of program Oklahoma State is and what that means for Coach Mike Gundy's future. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Save 10% at Lazy Fair Coffee with the promo code Ten12. Save 20% off your first purchase at Homefield Apparel with the promo code TEN12. Leave us 5-stars and a review please! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten12-podcast/message
Nick Kayal and Braden Gall recap Week 12 in college football: Our Top 4 and predictions for the committee Boring Bedlam, why does Gundy get a pass? Big 12 race down to three teams Wisconsin, Indiana, Ok-State eliminated? OSU-NW basically clinch, can NW compete? Clemson-Florida St twitter fiasco G5 Gambling Greatness Is this the year we finally let a G5 into the playoff? Kyle Trask and JT Daniels doing work Coaches on the hot seat: Coach O, Franklin, Frost, Pruitt Pac-12 wrap up
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Ethan, Matt and Jordan discuss the breaking news of Houston Rockets GM Darryl Morey stepping down from his position. They discuss what this could mean for Harden and Westbrook. They also talk about the recent news of Stan van Gundy getting hired as the new Pelicans head coach.
This week it’s Katie’s birthday!!!! To celebrate Katie and Sean dive headlong into the world of NBA coaches, first by discussing the recent hires around the league, including noted pal of Katie Stan Van Gundy landing in New Orleans and Tyronn Lue getting hired by the messy Clippers. Next Katie tests Sean’s knowledge of Nick Nurse-isms in a round of Did Nick Nurse Say This, which also accidentally doubles as promotion for Nurse’s new book. Lastly, it’s not often the worlds of basketball coaching and fashion collide -- especially if you’re Brad Stevens -- but they certainly do today in The Segment We’re Trying Out This Week. All that, plus our Posters of the Week, more fall foliage talk, and more!ICYMI: Manscaped is now available in Canada! Manscaped has made it their mission to equip every man with the essentials to groom, smell like, and be a gentlemen. Their perfect package is everything you need to take care of your, or his, nether region. Save 20% and get free delivery when using promo code UBB20 at checkoutIf you’re looking to try something new and save a couple bucks on your next beer purchase (because who isn’t) you should definitely check out Muddy York Brewing and use promo code BREWFEST15 to save 15% on your next online order - pickup or delivery: bit.ly/MuddyYorkBrewing We have joined Patreon folks! Come join the family and receive ad free episodes, discord access, a special shoutout and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/uhhbasketball Follow @UhhBasketball on Twitter! Also while you are it make sure you follow our hosts @woodleysean & @wtevs. If you enjoyed today’s show, please rate Uhh, Basketball 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you next week for an all new episode!
Gabe Ikard and Teddy Lehman jump right into local college football news with Bob Stoops, Roy Williams and Josh Heupel being on the College Football HOF ballot and discuss the entire situation at Oklahoma State with Chuba Hubbard and Mike Gundy (2:22). The guys break down the big national stories in college football: more players speaking up, Iowa parting ways with Chris Doyle and the official approval of the 6-week preseason plan (46:01). Gabe and Teddy “Wet The Beak” and talk some sports gambling (1:03:00). They give their “Winners/Losers of the Week” (1:13:15). The talk about a big event coming to Guthrie this weekend in “Keepin’ It Local” and finish with a Twitter questions (1:25:10).
Florio & Simms discuss why the NFL needs to take even more drastic measures to prepare for the reality of positive COVID-19 cases; most NFL teams are observing Juneteenth as a holiday; Could Ron Rivera be laying the groundwork for Washington to change it's nickname?; Mike Gundy is in more hot water for alleged racial slurs as a player in the 80s
Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde react to both of Mike Gundy’s apology videos he issued this week following the uproar from current and former players over the culture of the program. Has Gundy really turned a new leaf? Across the country, COVID-19 cases keep popping up in football camps and, until now, games have been slated for the fall. This week, the Southern Heritage Classic involving Tennessee State and Jackson State has been canceled due to COVID-19. Is this a sign of things to come or should we still have hope for football in September? UNLV announced this week that it has removed a Rebel statue on campus and is looking to change their nickname. Is it finally time for Ole Miss to follow suit and put their confederate past to behind them? This week, Pat and Pete head out west to the Pac-12 to continue their conference previews. Can Oregon or SC break the three-year playoff drought? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Barstool Sports Daily News Podcast Also On SiriusXM Channel 85 (M,Tu,Th @ 11am EST) Support Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch’™ on a Shirt » MERCH: bit.ly/HF-Merch . -------------------- On Today's Episode of Hard Factor... It's What The Fuck Wednesday, a collection of stories submitted by the Hard Hive. -Six Ebay employees, most of whom who are senior management, were charged with Federal crimes related to cyberstalking and harassment of a middle aged Natik, Massachusetts who made the mistake of criticizing Ebay in their e-commerce news letter. Ebay went full crazy ex-girlfriend on these folks, doing everything from sending them a box of live cockroaches to posting a craigslist encouraging swingers to come by their house "whenever." -Head OSU football coach Mike Gundy apologized Tuesday for the "pain and discomfort" he cause by wearing an OAN t-shirt. -What The Hell China?: A bunch of messed up stuff out of China per usual. Brought to you by Caliper CBD. Get 20% off when you use promo code FACTOR at TryCaliper.com/Factor. Brought to you by PredictIt where you can gamble on news & politics. Sign up using our unique url and we will match your first $20 deposit. Sign up. -------------------- • Follow us on TWITTER • @HardFactorNews: bit.ly/HFTWIT . @HardFactorMark: bit.ly/MarkCats . @HardFactorPat: bit.ly/PatHF . @HardFactorWes: bit.ly/WesTwit . @HardFactorWill: bit.ly/HFwill . Follow us on INSTAGRAM @HardFactorNews: bit.ly/InstagHF . YOUTUBE: bit.ly/HardFactorYT . VOICEMAIL: (512) 270-1480
Dan Le Batard, Stugotz and Greg Cote discuss Mike Gundy and Chuba Hubbard's apologies, is this the thing that finally kills baseball, is Greg taking all the proper precautions, Dave Chappelle is occupying a new lane and more.
In this episode, Middlekauff gives his take on Ezekiel Elliott testing positive for coronavirus, Kyle Shanahan's contract extension with the Niners, Jadeveon Clowney overestimating his market, why the teams that make the maximize their quarantine workouts will have a huge advantage when training camp starts. He also looks at some of the top headlines, including Oklahoma State Head Coach Mike Gundy escaping with his job after getting called out by his star running back, and answers listener questions in a massive Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on twitter @JohnMiddlekauff and go to theherdnow.com to find the latest content. Subscribe now! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Gabe Ikard and Teddy Lehman are joined by former OU All-American linebacker Rufus Alexander to talk about the biggest news in local college football and the country: OU's return plan, OSU players testing positive for coronavirus, and the nationwide protests (1:49). Gabe and Teddy give a roundup of national college football topics: Justyn Ross, ND-Navy, and a football player that declared for the draft returns to school? (1:02:32). During “Wet the Beak,” the guys break down the NBA’s return format and look at an over/under for the Thunder’s remaining schedule (1:11:44) . The guys give their "Winners/Losers of the Week" (1:23:45). Gabe and Teddy tell the story of a nonprofit that was destroyed over the weekend and how you can help in "Keepin’ It Local" (1:37:16).