Crawford coach Greg Jacobs, overreacting to the football weekend, new TXHSFB rankings, and more ——— Teams mentioned: Crawford Pirates, Katy Tigers, Spring Westfield Mustangs, Melissa Cardinals, Texas A&M Aggies, Houston Cougars, Boys Ranch Roughriders
Cory Hogue talks small college football, what TXHSFB games to stream this weekend, is TCU's defense broken, and more ——— Teams Mentioned: Baylor Bears, Houston Cougars, Rice Owls, SMU Mustangs, Texas Longhorns, Texas A&M Aggies, Texas Tech Red Raiders, UTSA Roadrunners, UTEP Miners, Sam Houston Bearkats, Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks, Midwestern State Mustangs, Texas A&M-Commerce Lions, Katy Mayde Creek Rams, Katy Cinco Ranch Cougars, Argyle Eagles, Melissa Cardinals
Craig Way talks Texas high school football, UTEP might go bowling, and more ——— Teams mentioned: Austin Westlake Chaparrals, Baylor Bears, Houston Cougars, Rice Owls, SMU Mustangs, TCU Horned Frogs, Texas Longhorns, Texas A&M Aggies, Texas State Bobcats, Texas Tech Red Raiders, UTSA Roadrunners, UTEP Miners, Spring Lions, Spring Westfield Mustangs, Katy Tigers, Katy Tompkins Falcons, Tolar Rattlers, Crawford Pirates
What have we learned through the first three weeks of the 2021 NFL season? In this week's edition of The Opening Line Report, Teddy Covers and Drew Martin recap Sunday's action before breaking down the Week 4 betting market from three key angles: a) What were the look-ahead lines from last week; b) Where did the lines re-open after Sunday's action; c) Where the lines are heading before kickoff this week. Join Teddy and Drew every Monday for this informative NFL betting exercise.#NFL | #Football | #SportsBettingNFL Week 4:Introduction 00:00Week 3 MNF Review 02:10Cincinnati Bengals vs Jacksonville Jaguars 03:15Atlanta Falcons vs Washington Football Team 06:05Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions 07:55New York Jets vs Tennessee Titans 10:45Minnesota Vikings vs Cleveland Browns 12:48Miami Dolphins vs Indianapolis Colts 15:08Dallas Cowboys vs Carolina Panthers 20:18New Orleans Saints vs New York Giants 21:45Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs 24:50Buffalo Bills vs Houston Cougars 26:37LA Rams vs Arizona Cardinals 30:02San Francisco 49ers vs Seattle Seahawks 32:48Denver Broncos vs Baltimore Ravens 36:40Green Bay Packers vs Pittsburgh Steelers 38:55New England Patriots vs Tampa Bay Bucs 41:07LA Chargers vs Las Vegas Raiders 43:30
Craig Way talks TXHSFB, Texas State and UNT are in trouble, and more ——— Teams mentioned: Baylor Bears, Houston Cougars, Rice Owls, SMU Mustangs, Texas Longhorns, Texas A&M Aggies, Texas State Bobcats, Texas Tech Red Raiders, UTSA Roadrunners, Duncanville Panthers, San Antonio Johnson Jaguars, San Antonio Brandeis Broncos, New Braunfels Unicorns, Smithson Valley Rangers, Gilmer Buckeyes, Carthage Bulldogs
Hosts Steve Parkhurst and Gerald Sanchez sat down in October of 2020 with Rayner Noble, former Houston Cougars player and Head Coach, and 2020 inductee into the University of Houston Hall of Honor. This wide-ranging conversation covers Noble's career from high school where he pitched on the same team as Roger Clemens, to his being recruited to UH by Rolan Walton, to his professional career, to his days as an assistant coach, to his tenure as Head Coach of the Cougars.
Let's meet a new member of the Big 12! Before they recap week three, Phillip, Jamie Steyer, and Andy Mitts talk with Sam Razz of The Scott & Halmon Pawdcast about the Houston Cougars, including the basics, their football and men's basketball programs, and what else they'll bring to the conference. Then, we dive into disappointing wins for three Big 12 teams; Oklahoma (28:07), Oklahoma State (34:57), West Virginia (41:30). Andy offers his thoughts on Kansas(46:37), and each state what we think we know after week 3 (52:10). Finally, we wrap with the three games coming up we are most looking forward to (01:01:12). Join our weekly Pick 3 contest. Just visit HERE to sign-up at SimBull for FREE and make picks for weekly prizes and a chance at a Grand Prize at the end of the Season! Be entered for two free tickets to a Big 12 game when you sign-up at SimBull, and deposit $25 using the promo code NETWORK12; simbull.app. Save 15% off your first order at Homefield Apparel with promo code NETWORK12. Save 15% off your first order at Gridiron Metal Works with the promo code TEN12. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Leave us 5-stars and a review! Check out all of the Ten12 Network shows! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten12-podcast/message
Week 4 TXHSFB Predictions, What To Stream this Weekend, College Football Burning Questions, and more Teams mentioned: Baylor Bears, Houston Cougars, North Texas Mean Green, Rice Owls, SMU Mustangs, Texas Longhorns, Texas State Bobcats, Texas A&M Aggies, Texas Tech Red Raiders, UTSA Roadrunners, Midwestern State Mustangs, Angelo State Rams, Katy Tigers, Duncanville Panthers, DeSoto Eagles, The Woodlands Highlanders, Denton Guyer Wildcats, Atascocita Eagles
Craig Way on TXHSFB, recapping the CFB weekend, DCTF's El Paso vlog and more ——— Teams mentioned: Baylor Bears, Houston Cougars, North Texas Mean Green, Rice Owls, SMU Mustangs, TCU Horned Frogs, Texas Longhorns, Texas State Bobcats, Texas A&M Aggies, Texas Tech Red Raiders, UTEP Miners, UTSA Roadrunners, Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks, Cedar Park Timberwolves, Lake Travis Cavaliers, Austin Vandegrift Vipers, Liberty Hill Panthers, Rockwall Yellowjackets
The Unholy Triumvirate rides again and Chuck, Cory Hogue and Jeremy Schroder preview the opening weekend of College Football. Plus, Ryan Hyatt from The Raiderland helps us preview the big game at NRG Stadium as Texas Tech takes on the Houston Cougars. Lawdogsports.com Lonestarsports.com
It's GAME WEEK! Hosts Andy Yanez (@AYanez_5) and Da'Yon Dunlap (@DayonDunlap) discuss the upcoming season opener for the University of Houston football team against Texas Tech. They talk about where the offense stands and QB Clayton Tune's motivation to reach his full potential, then the two discuss the veteran-led defense that is looking forward to the dual-threat challenge Texas Tech QB Tyler Shough will pose. Lastly, the two go down the 2021 schedule for UH and give their season predictions! #GoCoogs #ForTheCity #EverythingMatters Be sure to check out ApolloHOU.com for homegrown Houston sports coverage as well as Astros and Rockets apparel you can't find anywhere else. Use promo code "YANEZ" for 10% off at checkout.
The AAC Report With Jeff Allen Brought to you by: The Knightline Sports Network www.knightlinesports.com Recap: We continue with our team previews with Sam & Dustin of the Scott and Holman Pawdcast on the Houston Cougars and the voice of Tulane, Corey Gloor on the Green Wave.
John Kurtz of KMAN Radio in Manhattan, KS joins us to talk about K-State, the Big 12 and CFB realignment. Ted Pardee also makes his debut as we talked about the Houston Cougars and The American. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesportsobj/support
The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network continues its 130 college football team preview series with the Texas Tech Red Raiders season preview. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) recap the Red Raiders season last year and key in on the current roster and what we should expect from Texas Tech this upcoming season. Is Texas Tech head coach Matt Wells already on the hot seat in Lubbock? Who should we expect at starting quarterback for the Red Raiders this season? Is their week one matchup against the Houston Cougars a must win game for Texas Tech? Will the Texas Tech defense ever get back on track? Will Texas Tech pull the upset against Oklahoma or Texas this year? We talk it all on this special Texas Tech Red Raiders edition of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The 2021 football season is fast approaching. SEC Media Days have passed and oh the whirl wind of storylines they carried with them. NIL, expanded playoffs, and conference expansion are all interesting topics but its time to turn our eyes to the field… or at least the practice field. To that end we'll run a brief series orienting ourselves towards the arrival of camp with updates and refreshes heading into the season. Consider it a two-wave attack designed to jump start your readiness for the return of Alabama Football. First up, the revamped Coaching Staff. An annual rite of passage for Coach Saban and Alabama fans is the inevitable churn amongst the staff. Competing programs looking for a spark of magic from the Saban tree poach and promote while the occasional underperformer is moved out. This spin cycle was turned up in early 2021 following both a national championship and a Covid lock down year which saw much less transition. Let's take a moment to recap the movement and layer in some AFP perspective. Offensive Coordinator – Bill O'Brien replaces Steve Sarkisian No question the biggest change across the staff is the departure of Steve Sarkisian who left to become the head coach at Texas. A program making its own headlines these days. As much as we grew to appreciate Sarkisian, this move will pay lasting dividends for Alabama. First, this is exactly the kind of move that enables Saban to continue hiring analysts and other reclamation project-type coaches. It was not long ago that Sark was toxic. Marinate a spell with Saban and now he captains a legit blue blood program. That is just the kind of move that keeps the coaching pipeline viable and vibrant. Second, many believed, me included, Sark was a front runner to take over had Saban decided to hang up the whistle, even if that meant waiting another season or maybe two. Thus, his departure may signify Saban's intent to continue coaching well into his newly extended contract. A legit win for Alabama fans. Meanwhile, Sark's replacement, Bill O'Brien (BO'B), is no slouch, boasting a resume dotted with impressive career stops; Patriots OC, head coach Penn State, and head coach / General Manager for the NFL's Houston Texans. One doesn't just stumble into those kinds of roles and overall, BO'B has been successful at each of his stops, and nothing suggests this trend won't continue. What to Expect? Watch for a refreshed and energized BO'B following his heavy load/double duty in Houston. Understanding this remains the Nick Saban offense, expect to see an emphasis on new wrinkles while keeping true to the hits. Bryce Young will cut his teeth and evolve his confidence on a steady diet of underneath routes involving the tight ends and slot receivers. Let's agree I would not want to be a linebacker forced into coverage. Side Bet: O'Brien knows he was not hired as a one-year rental, and likely he doesn't leave for anything not on a dream job list he and Saban have already discussed. Who knows, one of those dream roles may require his growing roots in the area. Offensive Line Coach – Doug Marrone replaces Kyle Flood It is no surprise that Flood left town with Sark. They came to Alabama as a package deal from the Falcons and they left town as much the same. Stevie Wonder saw it coming. Interestingly, Alabama got something of a package deal in return. Doug Marrone and Bill O'Brien are longtime friends dating back to their wives being friends in college. So do not be overly surprised if the Bill and Doug shows share a run in Tuscaloosa. What to Expect? Marrone built his career from the trenches up, becoming an offensive line coach when his playing days were over. Earning a reputation as an old- school teacher, Doug is a two-time NFL head coach which speaks highly to his ability to engage and develop players. Watch for Alabama lines under Marrone to be tough, physical, and unrelenting. Given options young and experienced on the Tide roster, Doug may be looking forward to camp more than most. Side Bet: From what I read, Marrone is something of an introvert (me too). Perhaps not the best trait for a front of franchise role. However, amongst the trenches a man could become anonymous in all the right ways. For as long as Doug Marrone is in Tuscaloosa, the Tide line is a threat for the Joe Moore award. Special Teams Coordinator / Tight Ends Coach – Drew Svoboda replaces Jeff Banks The decision by Jeff Banks may be one of the more frustrating ones for Alabama fans. A lateral move underscoring Sark's intent to build Texas in Alabama's image using as many former colleagues as possible. While both fair and true, its not the full story. Besides, side note, I am more pleased Holmon Wiggins elected to stay at Alabama. Consider Banks is from Texas – we poached him from TAMU just a couple years ago. A raise with a chance to move home should not be undervalued. Meanwhile his replacement, Svoboda, is a well-respected special teams coach with prior stints with Rice and a short stay with Memphis State. What to Expect? Look for a young coach ready to make a name for himself on a big stage both on the field and on the recruiting trail. Not more than a couple years have passed since Drew was an extraordinarily successful high school coach in the Houston area. Interesting to note, Banks, Jay Graham (on the job for just a couple months), and Svoboda all have ties to Texas. Clearly Saban has a type in seeking to fill this role. Side bet: Svoboda stays with Alabama for the long haul, perhaps even until Saban retires. Drew is just three years removed from being a high school coach and he is looking to maximize his investment at Alabama and links to Saban. My guess is he squeezes everything he can out of the opportunity. Running Back Coach – Robert Gillespie replaces Charles Huff First off, congratulations to Charles Huff for spinning a running back coaching gig into a head job. It feels like he may have skipped some steps but that is the Saban bump in effect, and further evidence the pipeline is working. As for Gillespie, many will remember him from his playing days at Florida during the Spurrier era. Though more recently Robert has carved out a successful coaching career and an outstanding reputation as a recruiter. What to Expect? Robert is no slouch as a coach having mentored 1000-yard rushers in each of the last two seasons at North Carolina under Mack Brown. Interestingly, Phil Longo, UNC OC, was a rumored candidate to replace Sark. While Saban went another direction, he did dip into the UNC till, so to speak, in poaching Gillespie. Perhaps he brings a couple clever screens with him. Side bet: Brian Robinson has a nice season under Gillespie's tutelage, but watch out for Jase and Camar. Cornerbacks Coach – Jay Valai replaces Karl Scott Jay is a young coach on the move, exploiting every angle to advance his career. When he signed on with Alabama in February it was his 4th job in barely the span of a month. Released from Texas as part of the regime change, Valai quickly joined the Houston Cougars for 2 weeks until the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles called. Valai lasted in Philly only 11 days before accepting the opportunity at Alabama under coach Saban. What to Expect? Footage of Jay on the practice field illustrates a relentless coach continuously peppering players with instruction and correction. Every rep and practice session is maximized. Jay was a team captain at Wisconsin and ran his own training business following his playing career. Further evidence of productive, results oriented, hardworking individual. Side bet: Watch for little drop off in Alabama's corner play even with the departure of All America and first rounder Patrick Surtain. The talent is on the roster and Jay will work relentlessly to set it free. Like Svoboda, Jay is a young coach trying to establish his career. Given the objective, you could do worse than sticking around Tuscaloosa under Saban. I imagine Jay stays at Alabama at least 2-3 seasons. This feels like a safe bet as it gives him reps in recruiting, and he can stand the longevity on his resume. Potential Defensive Coordinator candidate at some point. Overall, I love the blend and themes that permeate this group. Experience runs both extremes with long tenured NFL coaches carving out roles that resonate with their personal strengths on one side and newer entrants to the college ranks on the other. The young and reinvigorated energies should elevate the staff. Recruiting is another theme up and down the list. Whether its pelts on the wall, long standing community connections, apparent acumen, or resumes that speak for themselves, these fellas are poised to wage war on the recruiting front. This group will be fun to watch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we breakdown our top 5 sleepers in the 2021 NBA Draft. We discuss Quentin Grimes, Ayo Dosunmu, Sharife Cooper, Brandon Boston, and Josh Christopher. If you disagree with us or have some prospects you like that you think are sleepers, make sure to comment under our Youtube video, DM us on Instagram, or email us @ballfakepodcast123. Enjoy!Continue to give us 5 star reviews on Apple Podcast and Spotify and leave comments on our YouTube videos if you agree or disagree with our hot takes. We love you all! Thank you guys for all the love and support on our podcast. We appreciate it and we will continue to drop fire content. ROAD TO 1,000 SUBSCRIBERS!!!
The Summer Session Interview Series continues with look back at a special game in SHU history! Former Pirates Tommy Brown, Dan Dunne and Danny Callandrillo join the show to discuss the epic OT win against the Houston Cougars on Dec 4, 1981! Follow the videos along on the LCP YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwLXvx4gB_uYYXRtdpQ8K3henljO3kCKN
The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network gives out their top 10 biggest storylines heading into the 2021 college football season. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) make their cases for why they are excited for the 2021 college football season. Are the Georgia Bulldogs the most interesting team in the country? Who will win the Big Ten West? Are the Nebraska Cornhuskers must watch tv every week? What do we think LSU is this year? Will the Michigan Wolverines be a sleeper in the Big Ten East? Will Mike Leach get the air raid offense working at Mississippi State this year? Did the Kansas Jayhawks get a home run hire with Lance Leipold? Is the Texas A&M Aggies hype legit? Will Jeff Hafley have Boston College contending in the ACC this year? Is the Sun Belt Conference race the most interesting in the country? What will Jeff Monken and Army's season look like this year? Does anybody have any clue what to expect with the Pac 12 football season this year? Is Jimmy Lake and the Washington Huskies flying under the radar? Could the Houston Cougars or SMU Mustangs be the surprise team in the AAC this year? Will the Ole Miss offense be the best in the country? Could the Liberty Flames run the table? Is Matt Campbell and the Iowa State Cyclones a legit contender this year? Could Will Hall get Southern Miss football back to where it should be? What does the NIL mean for college football? What should we expect with the looming 12 team college football playoff talk? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcfe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network gives out their top 10 biggest storylines heading into the 2021 college football season. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) make their cases for why they are excited for the 2021 college football season. Are the Georgia Bulldogs the most interesting team in the country? Who will win the Big Ten West? Are the Nebraska Cornhuskers must watch tv every week? What do we think LSU is this year? Will the Michigan Wolverines be a sleeper in the Big Ten East? Will Mike Leach get the air raid offense working at Mississippi State this year? Did the Kansas Jayhawks get a home run hire with Lance Leipold? Is the Texas A&M Aggies hype legit? Will Jeff Hafley have Boston College contending in the ACC this year? Is the Sun Belt Conference race the most interesting in the country? What will Jeff Monken and Army's season look like this year? Does anybody have any clue what to expect with the Pac 12 football season this year? Is Jimmy Lake and the Washington Huskies flying under the radar? Could the Houston Cougars or SMU Mustangs be the surprise team in the AAC this year? Will the Ole Miss offense be the best in the country? Could the Liberty Flames run the table? Is Matt Campbell and the Iowa State Cyclones a legit contender this year? Could Will Hall get Southern Miss football back to where it should be? What does the NIL mean for college football? What should we expect with the looming 12 team college football playoff talk? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The College Football Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network continues its 130 college football team season preview with the Houston Cougars. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by Co-Host of The Scott & Holman Pawdcast (@SHPawdcast) Sam Razz as the guys break down the Houston Cougars roster and upcoming season. Is this the year Dana Holgorsen makes a statement? Can Clayton Tune continue to get better and perhaps lead the Cougars to the AAC Championship? Can Houston figure out the wideout position in time for the Cougars biggest tests? Is the week 1 matchup against Texas Tech the biggest game of Houston's season? Is the defense the strength of the team? We talk it all on this Houston Cougar edition of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Is Dana Holgorsen capable of turning Houston around? Dan and Joe discuss one of the most confusing teams, and also take a look at the top pass catchers in the AAC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Because looking for love on TV is a sport. Andrew Spencer The chivalrous and humorous Andrew S. is no stranger to good competition. As a college football player, Andrew was a first-team All-American defensive back for the Winona State Warriors. Today, he plays for the Dacia Vienna Vikings in the Austrian Football League. The Vikings just re-signed Spencer, so if he captures Katie’s heart, it looks like she’ll be spending some time in Austria (not too shabby if I say so myself). When he’s not playing in Austria, Andrew lives in Chicago and coaches football. Andrew is also the self-proclaimed champion at making margaritas. Conor Costello Conor C. is also hoping to hit it off with Katie on Monday night. A former baseball player, Conor pitched for Oklahoma State University when they won the Big 12 Conference with the best regular-season record. After college, Conor played for the Odgen Raptors, a minor league affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB - Major League Baseball). Conor retired from professional baseball in 2018 and now lives in Southern California. Landon Goesling Nicknamed “Sunshine,” Landon rocks flowing hair and a big smile. Landon played college basketball for the University of Houston Cougars and helped lead the team to two AAC (American Athletic Conference) championships. He now acts as an assistant coach for his former high school’s basketball team. Though Landon has two AAC championship rings under his belt, he hopes to give Katie a ring at the end of the season. Marty Hargrove Marty Hargrove of Reno, Nevada, seems to be well-versed in many areas. Sources say that the 25-year-old is currently a model and actor. Meanwhile, his official Bachelorette profile says he is a dancer. Marty also played college football for the University of Nevada. They always say that football players should practice ballet! Clearly, Marty is multi-talented, but how will he fare in the competition for Katie’s heart? Mike Planeta Watch out, Conor C., The Bachelorette season 17 has another baseball star! An Arizona native, Mike Planeta played minor league baseball for several teams affiliated with the Baltimore Orioles (MLB). Since retiring from professional baseball in 2013, Mike is now a gym owner who helps high school athletes achieve their dreams. But, like a typical gym fanatic, Mike claims that he does not like dessert. Sports Curious, presented by Last Night's Game, is here to take the awkward out of the conversation and help you join the sports conversation, even if you don't know the first thing about sports. We break down what's happening in sports in an easy-to-understand, fun way without all of the statistics and jargon, so you never have to exit stage left when the chatter at the office, dinner table or a networking event switches to sports. You can always catch us between podcasts at www.lastnightsgame.com or on social media. If you love us, make sure to leave us a review wherever you listen to your podcasts. And if you have feedback or questions, you can email Amy at email@example.com.
Today we have a special guest, Dr. David Klingler, record setting QB Houston Cougars. In 1990, David Klingler threw for 5,140 yards, 467.3 ypg & set many NCAA records including 54 TDs, & single game yards, 712 & single game TDs, 11. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support
The Cover 3 crew is here to give you the latest in the world of college football. It’s the final Spring Gleaning! No… don’t cry because it’s over… smile because it happened! It’s Group of 5 and Indy day! We start things of with Notre Dame. Last season it was the ACC.. now they’re back on their own. What changes? (12:51) The Cincinnati Bearcats were everyone’s snubbed team. Luke Fickell has created a good program. What next step does this team have to take? (24:25) BYU is about to experience life after Zach Wilson. The team also lost its OC and OL coach and three OL to the NFL draft. Can BYU find magic again this year? (35:30) Billy Napier was the hottest name in the coaching searches but decided to stay put at Louisiana. This team is loaded. Can they make a run for a G5 New Year’s Six spot? (44:07) What are the new expectations for Memphis? Where does this school deserve to be? (50:00) Gus Malzahn has brought the Gus Bus to UCF. Are the Knights the best Group of 5 team? (56:40) Boise State lost its head coach to Auburn. The Broncos are always good. How will they face this season? (1:03:40) Are the Houston Cougars going to be able to get things going under Dana Holgorsen? Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
David catches up with Kendall as he is live from Indy so they can recap the Baylor Bears’ resounding, dominating, [insert other synonym for dominate here] victory over the Houston Cougars. It was never close. That win, along with Gonzaga’s overtime buzzer-beater win against 11-seed UCLA, sets up one of the most anticipated Finals games in recent NCAA basketball history. The game all of college basketball has been clamoring to see has been set. Baylor-Gonzaga. Monday. 8:20pm. The guys break down the Gonzaga defense, offense, and x-factors in their keys to a Baylor victory.
What went wrong in the Houston Cougars loss in the Final 4? Scott and Holman Pawdcast Host Dustin Rensink joins Host Robert Land to figure out what, if anything, could've helped against Baylor. Does Kelvin Sampson have what he needs in his coaching bag to win at the Final 4 level? We look at a couple of potential issues going forward. Plus, we look at the future of the program. Subscribe to us on Spotify, Apple, the Google podcast app or the Stitcher app. Email Info@HoustonSportsTalk.net for questions, suggestions or comments. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @HSTPodcast
We are down to the Final Four. The Houston Cougars, who haven't been this far since the 1980s. The Baylor Bears, who haven't been this far in decades. UCLA, who has done what Loyola-Chicago two years ago as a double-digit seed and hasn't been this far since 2007-2008. Then the best team in all of college basketball, the Gonzaga Bulldogs, who are trying to accomplish something that hasn't happen in decades. Saturday evening is Final Four: 2. Houston vs. 1. Baylor 11. UCLA vs. 1. Gonzaga Championship Game will be on Monday, April 5. We also say goodbye to one of the greatest coaches to ever coach the game of basketball. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-playmakerzblog/message
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As the Houston Cougars and Baylor Bears prepare for their Final Four faceoff this Saturday, our podcast hosts break down Wednesday’s Supreme Court arguments for National Collegiate Athletic Association v. Alston, a case that will determine whether the NCAA’s rules restricting student athlete compensation violate federal antitrust law. Stick around to hear David and Sarah chat about developments in qualified immunity law, how nondisclosure agreements hide sex abuse scandals, and a new civil lawsuit brought by two U.S. Capitol Police officers against Donald Trump. Show Notes: -Supreme Court oral arguments for National Collegiate Athletic Association v. Alston. -Taylor v. Riojas. -Florida v. Georgia. -“The Supreme Court Is Giving Lower Courts a Subtle Hint to Rein In Police Misconduct” by Joanna Schwartz in TheAtlantic. -Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents of Federal Bureau of Narcotics. -Facebook Inc. v. Duguid. -French Press: ‘They Aren’t Who You Think They Are’ by David French in The Dispatch. -James Blassingame and Sidney Hemby v. Donald Trump. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews this weekends college basketball Final Four. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) preview and pick each matchup this weekend. Plus the guys hit on Roy Williams retirement and Texas hiring of Chris Beard. Will UNC make a run at Nate Oats or Eric Musselman? Is Mark Few and Gonzaga a lock for the NCAA Championship? Will Johnny Juzang and the Bruins find a way to take down another top seed? Is Kelvin Sampson and the Houston Cougars the perfect matchup for Scott Drew and the Baylor Bears? We talk it all on this episode of The College Experience. Follow - Twitter | InstagramWatch - YouTube | TwitchSubscribe - Apple | Spotify | GoogleRead - SportsGamblingPodcast.comDiscuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP"
Kendall and David look back at the Elite Eight win over a great Arkansas team to reach the program’s third Final Four, first since 1950. Next, the guys preview the Bears’ opponent for Saturday’s national semi-final matchup and former Southwest Conference rival, the 2-seed Houston Cougars. Go Bears and Sic Em!
On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the guys recap the Elite Eight and start with the shocker of the round in the East Region (02:42) where Mick, Hep, and the 11-seed UCLA Bruins took down 1-seed Michigan in a stunning upset. The loss of Isaiah Livers finally came back to bite the Wolverines. Is UCLA the luckiest team in the country? Or do they just have the power of Hep on their side? Can the Bruins keep the run alive and take down Goliath in the Final Four? From shocker to blowout, we go to the West Region (170:09) where the Gonzaga Bulldogs look truly unstoppable. Drew Timme eviscerated NBA top prospect Evan Mobley and the Trojans. Was this the most impressive effort all season from the Bulldogs? Next, we cover the Midwest Region (26:30) where Rico's Houston Cougars are heading to their first Final Four since the Phi Slama Jama days. The Cinderella run for Oregon State comes to an end. Can Houston keep up with Baylor? They took down the 15, 10, 11, and 12 seeds in their region but now get a huge test in 1-seeded Baylor. Jake thinks the Cougars have a shot. And lastly we move over to the South Region (37:33) where the other tournament favorite, Baylor, continued their march towards a date with Gonzaga. Arkansas had an unbelievable season led by the Muss Bus. Could the Razorbacks return all of their players and make another run at it next season? Meanwhile, the Bears look destined to meet the Zags in the Championship. Who exactly is Baylor's best player? We wrap things up with an update on the Women's Tournament (54:52). Monday's game of the night was on the women's side. The UConn-Baylor game was electric but ended with a controversial no-call. Should Texas take a look at Baylor coach Kim Mulkey? Rico thinks so. For UConn, it's all about Paige Bueckers as usual. Elsewhere, Stanford, South Carolina, and Arizona fill out the rest of the Final Four.
(00:00-22:13) – Tuesday opens with show producer Jimmy Cook briefly previewing today’s show before Dan’s delayed arrival following a Door Dash order. After settling in, Dan shares his thoughts on the national perception of Houston Cougars head coach Kelvin Sampson after taking them to the Final Four. Additionally, Dan looks further at new head coach of the Hoosiers Mike Woodson. (22:14-35:17) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to update us on the Colts offseason to this point and discuss what’s left on their checklist with the NFL Draft less than a month away. (35:18-40:54) – This is the last day for the Nissan Command Center so Dan asks Brendan King and Jimmy Cook about the games last night. Plus, Dan shares his disappointment that Indiana Women’s basketball lost in the Elite Eight last night and also talks more on the Coach Woodson era at Indiana. (40:55-1:04:52) – Our friend Jason Benetti, the TV Voice of the Chicago White Sox, stops to talk us through the Eloy Jiménez injury. Then, Jason and Dan discuss a number of different ways to die and which way would be the worst way to go. (1:04:53-1:18:15)– Dan, Brendan and Jimmy discuss tonight’s Elite Eight games and look at whether a Gonzaga undefeated season is legitimate. (1:18:16-1:25:19) – The second hour ends with the Dan asking the command center whether or not a recent evening makes him an alcoholic. (1:25:20-1:46:47) – Our pal Fran Fraschilla of ESPN joins the show to reflect on the NCAA Tournament to this point, share his thoughts on Gonzaga’s dominant season and look at whether or not they can be beat. Fran also examines where a Gonzaga undefeated season would rank in college basketball lore and discusses further the remaining Elite Eight games and potential Final Four matchups. (1:46:48-1:59:23) – We return with more wacky conversations from the command center including thoughts on tonight’s NCAA Elite Eight games and discussion on Dan’s work as a Door Dasher. (1:59:24-2:06:40) – Tuesday’s show closes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of The JCook Parlay of the Day. Plus, we say goodbye to the command center and give out final remarks on tonight’s games in the Elite Eight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Can the Houston Cougars win the tournament? Hosts Robert Land and Stephen Kerr look at their 1st Final 4 in 37 years. We stay in a good mood with Astros Opening Day conversation. What are we most concerned about going into the season and can the Astros continue their AL West Championship streak. Plus, we heap some praise on Nick Caserio for a couple of his recent signings. We also look reminisce about one of the best NBA broadcasters after he called it a career. Subscribe to us on Spotify, Apple, the Google podcast app or the Stitcher app. Email Info@HoustonSportsTalk.net for questions, suggestions or comments. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @HSTPodcast
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John Canzano talks with Oregon State Beavers point guard, Ethan Thompson ahead of their Elite Eight match-up with the Houston Cougars. Canzano asks Thompson how he frames the game he had against Loyola-Chicago, if he plays his best basketball when the competition is the greatest, what his theory is on why Oregon State is playing their best ball right now, his thoughts on their upcoming game with Houston, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Brian T Smith, a columnist at the Houston Chronicle. Canzano asks Smith about the expectations for the Houston Cougars ahead of their Elite Eight match-up with the Beavers, what head coach Kelvin Sampson is like as a leader and coach, the latest on the sexual assault allegations against Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, what will happen with the Texans franchise going forward, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Oregon State Beavers head coach, Wayne Tinkle ahead of the Elite Eight match-up with the Houston Cougars in Indianapolis. Canzano asks Tinkle about his star guard Ethan Thompson, if this tournament run is a magical ride or a product of everything they have worked for, what they have been doing defensively to keep opponents guessing, thoughts on the Pac-12 conference's success, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the Sweet 16 matchup between the Syracuse Orange and the Houston Cougars. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) welcomes on Syracuse super fan Joe Volpe (@Volpe77) on the show to discuss the big matchup and just who you should be betting on in this matchup. Will Syracuse remain red hot and advance to the round of eight? Will Houston's elite guard play be too much for the Orange to handle? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Experience. Follow - Twitter | InstagramWatch - YouTube | TwitchSubscribe - Apple | Spotify | GoogleRead - SportsGamblingPodcast.comDiscuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP"
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network breaks down the NCAA Tournament matchup between the Cleveland State Vikings and the Houston Cougars. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) breaks down both teams seasons and their rosters and projects just who you should bet on in this game. Will Houston add another blow out win to its resume? Could Cleveland State hang around with their tough defense and guard heavy team? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Experience. Support for this episode - Draft Kings code "SGP" | BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP" Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy