Esteemed Indiana expert BuffKomodo joins us to break down what happened to the Hoosiers in 2021, how long of a leash Tom Allen has, how the offense might be fixed and what to expect from Indiana as they look to rebound from an absolute disaster of a season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Steward Baylor joins us once again as we chat about the weekend of racing at Ironman Raceway for the 6th round of the GNCC series. We discuss the results and some of the top story lines from the weekend and also about Stu's return the National Enduros as well. Dont forget to subscribe to the show to stay up to date with all the news
Ashley did some digging and found out something interesting about the Japanese Killing Stone. Curious to know more about Encounters With Darkness? It was founded early in 2019 branching off from Ashley's journey in the horror author world. She started the venture as a way to explain some of the inspiration behind her fictional nightmare creations, which were her own unexplained encounters. Still, Ashley craved to explore the paranormal and understand her own experiences more, so in the summer of 2020, Melissa came on as a partner. Together the two began investigating the paranormal happenings going on in the Hoosier state. Their goal, which has never been a secret, is to get more equipment and locations. So, if you're in the mood to contribute to the cause even more than you already have by listening, there are some pretty snazzy swag available in the Merch store. Like Encounters With Darkness on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, or investigate with them on YouTube! Stay creepy! Did you know Melissa and Ashley are both authors? Check out their books! Encounters With Darkness a Greathouse Horrors Project partnered with From Slate to Paper
We hope everyone had a great week, especially any of our Mother listeners! With some mixed feelings and a lot of controversy we dig into UFC 274. Starting off with Charles Oliveira vs Justin Gaethje which saw Charles getting dropped twice, only to rebound and make Gaethje tap to a rear naked choke. As most of you know, Oliveira missed weight by half a pound and was stripped of his title. Although it seems a lot of the fighters had issues with some of the scales causing Dana White to address the issue. We also cover the unfortunate uneventful co-main with Carla Esparza defeating Rose Namajunas in what is being dubbed the worst fight ever by some. From there we move to our picks and predictions for this coming Saturdays UFC Fight Night Blachowitz vs Rakic. We pit Nate against Brandon in a fun Mother's Day themed game we're calling Hoosier Mama? We finish up with the news including multiple huge fight announcements and boxing results. Please be sure to rate and subscribe!
In front of a season-high crowd of 1,401 on Senior Day, the Nebraska softball team (35-14, 15-5 Big Ten) picked up the win in game two over Indiana (27-19, 10-11 Big Ten). A five-run third inning powered the Husker offense past the Hoosiers, 7-2.
Ryan Sterling classes up the joint with talk about Matt Ryan and TY Hilton - as well as IU Basketball! Should Trayce Jackson-Davis stay in the NBA Draft? Archie Miller's admission that he ignored shooting while recruiting to Indiana was as idiotic as the original sin of not recruiting shooters. Indiana fans hope the Hoosiers can win the Big 10. Ryan is a little more sober in his appraisal! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
The Nebraska softball team was held scoreless for just the third time this season as Indiana claimed game one, 5-0. The Huskers fell to 35-14 on the season and 15-5 in the Big Ten while the Hoosiers moved to 27-19 and 10-11 in league play.
Ashley Greathouse is back to take us on another creepy stop. Are you interested to check out Nicole R. Kobrowski's book? Ready to shop SMOL and support The Magic of Books Bookstore? Want to watch the investigation we did here? Curious to know more about Encounters With Darkness? It was founded early in 2019 branching off from Ashley's journey in the horror author world. She started the venture as a way to explain some of the inspiration behind her fictional nightmare creations, which were her own unexplained encounters. Still, Ashley craved to explore the paranormal and understand her own experiences more, so in the summer of 2020, Melissa came on as a partner. Together the two began investigating the paranormal happenings going on in the Hoosier state. Their goal, which has never been a secret, is to get more equipment and locations. So, if you're in the mood to contribute to the cause, there are some pretty snazzy swag available in the Merch store. However, just the listen helps the channel grow a ton! Like Encounters With Darkness on Facebook for updates and memes or Twitter, keep up with the Instagram, investigate with them on YouTube, follow on TikTok for some paranormal fun and tune in here to listen to all the behind-the-scenes shenanigans. Stay creepy! Did you know Melissa and Ashley are both authors? Check out their books! Encounters With Darkness a Greathouse Horrors Project partnered with From Slate to Paper
Darius "Maniac" Leonard tells the truth - always - and he holds nothing back about his diagnosis of last year's disappointing finish! Colts opponents for '22 give Leonard and teammates a shot at redemption. Archie Miller said something about his time in Indiana that has me furious! Mike Woodson shows us exactly how to discuss a player publicly AND honestly, and shows another reason Hoosier fans were ready for Miller to get out of Bloomington! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
*Like, subscribe, comment, and follow us on social media!*Note: This episode was recorded on Thursday, April 28, and wasn't uploaded until later due to technical difficulty. Expect a new podcast episode every week throughout the offseason!With draft season upon us, Matt and Nithin go back-and-forth, taking their pick of the scholarship players on the upcoming season's IU men's basketball roster. If you take Trayce Jackson-Davis out of the equation, which Hoosier would you pick first to win a basketball game, whether at the playground or in the Big Ten?Matt starts the episode with some exciting personal news, as IUBB goes global!WEBSITE: https://www.indianahq.com/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/thehoosiersound • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehoosiersound/ • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiana.hq/ • iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1282226985?mt=2&ls=1 • Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5zcHJlYWtlci5jb20vc2hvdy8yNjc3NTkyL2VwaXNvZGVzL2ZlZWQ • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0lk71fzLgbLP76iPNA14cP • SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-429075463-810819009 • iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound-28550408/?cmp=web_share • TuneIn Radio: http://tun.in/pi2cE • Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound
T.Y. Hilton decision coming - does bringing him back make sense? Can Kwity Paye take a step up in year two? Is Alec Pierce WR2? Can Matt Ryan replace Philip Rivers - as we delete the memory of Carson Wentz? Dexter Dennis has Hoosiers on list of six finalists. Great defender who is a mediocre shooter - doesn't Mike Woodson already have a bunch of those? SEC and Pac-12 want senators to solve their problems. Have they ever met a senator? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
CJ Miller has news on planting season and one ag leader who is running in this weekend's Indy Mini, Eric Pfeiffer shares market analysis from EFG Group's Steve Erdman after a positive day for the grain markets, and Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has his latest Indiana Farm Forecast. Is a planting window opening up? Take a listen to find out!
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Wednesday, May 4, 2022: 1.) Planning for the 2023 Federal Farm Bill has officially kicked off. Ashley Davenport has more from Michigan State University where that first meeting took place – and how two U.S. Senators heard from the ag industry on concerns about crop insurance. 2) Why more people are needed to help staff the USDA. Eric Pfeiffer has that story. 3.) Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says dry weather is settling over the Hoosier state over the next couple of days. 4) AND another bearish day for the grain markets Tuesday. Arlen Suderman with StoneX discusses what MAY likely affect the grain markets even further on Wednesday. That's all part of Wednesday's HAT Podcast!
Ballard just concluded a draft that might have put the Colts on the fast track to NFL Playoffs. What are his best traits as a GM - and what are the worst? Indiana Hoosiers are gaining momentum in recruiting and national respect. One of those things matters! Who will be the five starters? I tell you! Indiana Football - Was last season an unpleasant hiccup, or a glimpse into a bleak future? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
(00:00-23:48) – The show opens on a Tuesday with Dan looking at the draft choices made by the Colts this past weekend in Las Vegas. Additionally, Dan evaluates the never ending struggle that general managers go through when evaluating production versus potential. Plus, Dan reviews some of the biggest sports headlines from a busy day yesterday. (23:49-38:35) – Dan goes over his list of the best value picks of all-time in the history of the NFL Draft. Plenty of stories and childhood memories shared during this fun segment. (38:36-43:00) – Dan hands out some sleeper picks from the NFL Draft that he feels will make a strong impact for their teams. (43:01-1:07:16) – Senior Writer of Jaguars.com John Oehser joins the program to take us through the team's selection of Travon Walker with the #1 pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Also, Dan asks where expectations are for 2021 first round pick Travis Etienne who missed all of last season due to injury. Plus, Dan and John discuss the outlook for Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars in 2022. (1:07:17-1:20:57) – Dan shares a report about low attendance for the Oakland Athletics and chats with the YouTube Chat about his all-time value picks in the NFL Draft. We also discuss Robinson Cano getting DFA'd despite being owed north of $40 Million over the next two years. Later, Dan shares his love of NIL. (1:20:58-1:25:58) – Hour number two concludes with Dan talking more on NIL and why he won't be contributing to NIL at Indiana. (1:25:59-1:47:22) – The final hour of the program starts with Dan questioning outside sources raising money NIL usage at IU and why he feels the Hoosiers are still just like everybody else. (1:47:23-2:02:15) – The Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor joins the show to take us through his thoughts on the 2022 NFL Draft and whether or not the team marked everything off of their offseason checklist. (2:02:16-2:05:30)– Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from the Horseshoe Indianapolis Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colts have the pieces, but can the defense come together under Gus Bradley to be an NFL force? When Chris Ballard has had a quarterback, the Colts go to the playoffs. When he doesn't, they languish in mediocrity. Jeremy Gray new PA voice for the Hoosiers. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Tuesday, May 3, 2022: 1.) Better access to health care for Hoosier farmers and Indiana's rural communities. That's the goal of Dr. Jerome Adams, former U.S. Surgeon General under President Trump. C.J. Miller spoke with Dr. Adams about that during the Purdue Ag Alumni Fish Fry over the weekend. 2.) Eric Pfeiffer has a planting update from southwestern Indiana – and he chats with an agronomist with Pioneer about concerns farmers may have when dealing with tight windows of time to get planting done. 3.) Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says you'll see rain today and for a good chunk of the weekend that may delay planting even further. 4.) AND a bearish day for the grain markets with double-digit losses Monday for soybeans. John Zanker with Risk Management Commodities in Lafayette talks about the likelihood of a turnaround for Tuesday. That's all next in Tuesday's HAT Podcast!
Most of us believe that negative emotions mean something has gone terrible wrong. What if that's not true? Listen to this episode to find out how to use your negative emotions to your advantage. And remember, emotions are information, not emergencies. Inspiration Station: The movie “Hoosiers”
This week on Paranormal News, Melissa dives into residual energy and what that means while investigating. Curious to know more about Encounters With Darkness? It was founded early in 2019 branching off from Ashley's journey in the horror author world. She started the venture as a way to explain some of the inspiration behind her fictional nightmare creations, which were her own unexplained encounters. Still, Ashley craved to explore the paranormal and understand her own experiences more, so in the summer of 2020, Melissa came on as a partner. Together the two began investigating the paranormal happenings going on in the Hoosier state. Their goal, which has never been a secret, is to get more equipment and locations. So, if you're in the mood to contribute to the cause even more than you already have by listening, there are some pretty snazzy swag available in the Merch store. Like Encounters With Darkness on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, or investigate with them on YouTube! Stay creepy! Did you know Melissa and Ashley are both authors? Check out their books! Encounters With Darkness a Greathouse Horrors Project partnered with From Slate to Paper
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Monday, May 2, 2022: 1.) Planting season is finally underway. C.J. Miller caught up with Shelby County farmer Dennis Cochran who just starting planting late last week. You'll hear how he's managing this spring with higher fuel and fertilizer costs. 2.) Andy Eubank shares the story of a 50-year business relationship between a northern Indiana farm family and their advisor. 3.) It's another edition of ‘As I See It' by Hoosier Ag Today's Gary Truitt – who says the ag industry should be reaching out more to the mainstream media – and why ignoring the media isn't a good thing for business. 4.) Dry and warmer to start off the week, says Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin. 5.) AND Bob Utterback with Utterback Marketing Services reviews Friday's grain markets and takes a look ahead to the markets for Monday and this first week of May. That's all part of Monday's HAT Podcast!
In this episode, meet longtime Hoosier Gym volunteer, Mervin Kilmer! Mervin Kilmer has volunteered at the Hoosier Gym for over 6 years, giving tours to visitors who stop by.The Hoosier Gym is a 100 year old gym, most notably known for being the home court for the team Hickory Huskers in the award-winning basketball movie Hoosiers. Stop by the Hoosier Gym for tours and to shoot baskets Mondays-Fridays, 12PM-5PM EST, or Saturdays 9AM-5PM EST. If you're lucky, you'll see Merv!The Hoosier Gym is located not far off Highway 40:355 N. Washington, St. Knightstown, IN 46148The Hoosier Gym is a nonprofit organization and operates with volunteers. Volunteers are at the Gym during normal operating hours to run the gift shop and give tours. If you are interested in volunteering or have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (765) 345-2100For more information about the Hoosier Gym, visit thehoosiergym.com
It's the week in farm news and markets in review, featuring Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin with his up-to-date Indiana Farm Forecast. In today's podcast, there are some farmers around the state with seed in the ground, but not very many. We have plenty of agronomic insights, as well as how a proposed rule from the SEC could impact farmers. We'll also hear from Gary Truitt and his new segment called, “As I See It.”
By Nathaniel Weinzapfel Introduction: First held in 1970 and recently reaching its 50th year anniversary, Earth Day is an annual holiday held to demonstrate support for environmental protection and celebrate life on our planet, with over a billion people participating in related events worldwide. This holiday has recently been extended to encompass all of April, …
Tune in for a conversation with Todd Wilson, Founder of https://familymanweb.com (Familyman Ministries). Referenced in Today's Episode: https://thesmilinghomeschooler.com (The Smiling Homeschooler) Connect with Tina & Jenny at: https://www.homeschoolloft.com/ (The Website) https://www.facebook.com/thehomeschoolloft (Facebook) Email If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive rating and review!
Indiana goes 4-1 on the week and shows promise heading into second half of B1G play by Carl James • @jovian34 • April 29th, 2022 Cassady Palmer, Chris Feeny, and Carl James discuss a very promising week for the Indiana University Baseball team. Video: Audio:
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Friday, April 29, 2022: 1.) It's been a late start to this year's planting season, but Dan Quinn and Shaun Casteel with Purdue Extension say there's still plenty of time to get the most out of this year's crops. Eric Pfeiffer talks with them and has a preview of the latest Purdue Crop Chat Podcast. 2.) A proposed rule by the Securities and Exchange Commission may have an impact on Indiana's farms. 3.) Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says you'll have another dry day on Friday to get more planting done. 4.) AND Mike Silver with Kokomo Grain breaks down Thursday's grain markets and has a preview of what may be in store for Friday's markets. That's all part of Friday's HAT Podcast!
Ep 032: Hoosier Hangs Hello Indiana! We have reached our destination where we will be hanging out for a few weeks. It's always fun to stay somewhere for a while because we are able to really dig into an area and get comfortable with jiu jitsu gyms, catch up on tasks that sometimes get pushed to the back burner, and sort of refresh. And trust us, we are taking FULL advantage of all of that! Tune in to this episode to hear all about our time so far in the Hoosier State and what we have planned for the rest of our time here! Available on all major podcast stations. Just search for 'Wild Hixsons' on your favorite app.
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Thursday, April 28, 2022: 1.) A small backyard flock of chickens and ducks in Johnson County have tested positive for Avian Flu – the first finding of the virus in domestic birds in central Indiana. You'll hear how the Indiana State Board of Animal Health is working with poultry producers to contain the spread. 2.) Eric Pfeiffer has a report on how higher input costs are affecting the price you're paying for hay. 3.) Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says it'll dry for your Thursday. 4.) AND Andy Eubank chats with Tom Fritz with the EFG Group about Wednesday's grain markets – and how things may shape up for Thursday. That's all part of Thursday's HAT Podcast!
IU Insiders Dustin Dopirak discuss a roster that now looks largely settled in the wake of a busy spring, what Mike Woodson will have to work with, where he will need to improve the Hoosiers and what questions remain.
Jeff Mercer, Tyler Doanes, and Ty Bothwell talk to the media following Indiana's 9-1 victory over Butler Tuesday by Carl James • @jovian34 • April 27, 2022 Indiana won the Victory Field game over Butler 9-1 on Tuesday. The media caught up with head coach Jeff Mercer. They also taked to Tyler Doanes who had a 4-RBI day, and the winning pitcher, Ty Bothwell, who pitched 5 relief innings giving up only one run and striking out eight. Video: Audio:
LIVE from French Lick Resort in Indiana. Hear from Jon Rahm and other PGA Tour Players in Mexico, and check out all of the amazing views from the Fairways of Life golf trip at French Lick.
Colts have gaping holes at wide receiver. Will Ballard let the board talk to him, or yell at the board to give him a receiver at 42? In five years, Ballard has solved some problems and created others. That's how his teams have wound up 42-42. Hoosiers have their best shot at excellence since 2013. Four starters back and a top five recruiting class have raised expectations to top three in Big 10 and Sweet 16 in March! Mark Emmert stepping down after 13 pretty good years. Pacers are seeing why they must find another Ja Morant as the Grizzlies the T-Wolves! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Wednesday, April 27, 2022: 1.) The Hoosier Ag Today team was in Shipshewana this past weekend speaking to Indiana's ag leaders about sharing their stories of the ag industry. Eric Pfeiffer has more on AgriInstitute's Indiana Agricultural Leadership Program. 2.) It'll be dry and a little warmer over the next several days, says Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin. 3.) In this month's “Dairy Download Podcast" interview presented by the American Dairy Association of Indiana, C.J. Miller spoke with Ashley Risner with Loehmer Dairy in Pulaski County. You'll hear how she traded in her career as a high school Spanish teacher to return to her father's dairy farm to grow the family business. 4.) AND Arlen Suderman with StoneX reviews Tuesday's grain markets and previews Wednesday's markets. That's all part of Wednesday's HAT Podcast!
How are Hoosier forests shifting, and what can we do to ensure our cities maintain healthy canopies? In this episode, Jim talks with Burney Fischer, former state forester and co-lead of the Bloomington Urban Forestry Research Group, about the dynamics of urban forestry.
Chris Ballard more likely to trade back than trade up - the math is simple! And the 49ers are not going to trade Deebo Samuel at all! Parker Stewart is going back to UT-Martin - four transfers gone, four recruits in. Math perfect for Hoosiers to take several steps up in the Big 10. Kyrie Irving killed the Nets, just like I said he would. The Mavs rolled over Jazz so cool they were frigid. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Tuesday, April 26, 2022: 1.) It's already been a late start to the planting season, but Eric Pfeiffer reports how Indiana farmers still need several good weather days to catch up from last fall. 2.) With E-15 biofuel being sold this summer, there are some rumors about the negative effects from the fuel blend. You'll hear how those rumors just aren't true. 3.) Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says it'll be chilly with drier conditions for the next several days. 4.) AND Chuck Shelby with Risk Management Commodities in Lafayette reviews the grain markets from Monday and how the markets may trend on Tuesday. That's all part of Tuesday's HAT Podcast!
This week we talk about the AFCS opening weekend from Attica and Fremont. We also talk about some of the racing results from around the area and some from around the country. Then we talk about everybody's favorite subject: tires. In the midst of a tire shortage it looks like there may be another player in town. This coming after Hoosier announced that they will run short on sprint car tires in early May.
Chris Ballard will have options for weapons with the 42nd pick of the NFL Draft, and I have three great ones who might be available. I also share three potential picks the Colts should stay away from. The six future NFL players I mention are Skyy Moore, David Ojabo, David Bell, Jahan Dotson, Bernard Raimann, and Trey McBride - can you guess which three the Colts should pick? Hoosiers are ranked #18 by CBS, which is a ridiculous. IU will be experienced, talented, and ready to roll. They are a top 10 team. Nijel Pack will earn $800K and a car while playing for Jim Larranaga at Miami - and he should. If coaches are going to earn millions, players should get dollars too! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Friend of the program Mike Schumann joins us. -What he saw at EYBL Indy, KJ Evans' recruitment -What is going on in the transfer portal for Indiana -Indiana's roster outlook, potential starting 5 -Prediction on where the Hoosiers can finish this season
Chris Ballard chose not to address the urgent receivers need in free agency, he must take one with the Colts first pick. The receiver group has three tiers. The Colts will hope their guy in the second tier falls to them at 42. Jordan Geronimo is returning to Bloomington for his third season as a Hoosier. His ceiling is the highest among all returnees, so that elevates the Hoosiers into the top half of the Big 10. Nijel Pack chose Miami over Purdue, which is not necessarily a bad thing for Matt Painter's Boilermakers. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
From Brownsburg to the bright lights of broadcasting to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Mark Patrick has always made an impression. From his iconic impersonations on the Bob & Tom Show to high profile roles as sports director at WISH-TV and host of the Hoosier Millionaire show, he earned the title of the hardest working man in media. Find out what he's up to today and why even though he's hundreds of miles away, he's still a Hoosier at heart.
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Monday, April 25, 2022: 1.) You may have seen recently a lot of Indiana's old barns being restored and reused as retail shops, restaurants and wedding venues. You'll hear how the Indiana Barn Foundation is working to preserve old barns across the state as historical landmarks. 2.) Planting season may have gotten off to a late start this year, But, Ashley Davenport has more on why that could end up paying off for Indiana farmers. 3.) More rain and cold air is part of Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin's forecast for this week. 4.) AND Bob Utterback with Utterback Marketing Services takes a look how the grain markets did on Friday – and the direction they may take on Monday. That's all part of Monday's HAT Podcast!
On Wednesday, Doing The Work interviewed Tyler Harris who is spearheading the Hoosiers For Good effort with NIL for IU athletes.
On Wednesday, Doing The Work interviewed Tyler Harris who is spearheading the Hoosiers For Good effort with NIL for IU athletes.