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Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Show: Tobias Read, Curtis Rogers

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 137:40


John Canzano opens the show with must-see spectacles in sports. Canzano interviews Tobias Read, an Oregon state treasurer and candidate for governor. He also welcomes on Curtis Rogers of 710-AM Seattle on all things Mariners, Seahawks, Huskies, and NBA to Seattle. Later in the show, the group talks pet peeves and Adam Susman hosts the final segment. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. And tune in to the BFT with John Canzano live every weekday from 3-6 p.m. on 750 The Game! Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter

The Sota Pod
MNCAA - Ep29 - ST. CLOUD HUSKIES: 2021-22 Season & NCAA Tournament

The Sota Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:07


The Rink Live
Nick Oliver talks about his job with the Fargo Force, scouts incoming SCSU players, coaches he's played for -- Ep. 68

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 40:38


Nick Oliver was introduced as the new head junior hockey coach of the Fargo Force of the United States Hockey League on May 2. Oliver has spent the last four seasons as an assistant coach for the St. Cloud State men's team after three seasons as an assistant coach and director of scouting with the USHL's Sioux Falls Stampede. Oliver talks about his new job, leaving his old job, gives a scouting report on the 10 new players for the Huskies this fall and then discusses the last seven head coaches he has played for or worked with. All of this and more on this episode of the Huskies Hockey Insider Podcast with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten.   For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live.

BBCollective
Head of the Class

BBCollective

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 38:19


Welcome again to the Bill Bradley Collective, where it is part two of this week's double drop: a conversation profiling legendary Tennessee women's college basketball coach Pat Summitt. Over a career spanning nearly four decades, the late Summitt set the record book for all to try and catch. Eight national titles, eighteen Final Four appearances, 1,000+ wins and an Olympic gold medal are among her many notable accomplishments, but her legacy goes far beyond the stat sheet and the hardware. Summitt's career and eventual ascension of her and the Lady Vols' program coincide with the rise and growth of the sport, itself. The greatest and highest profile rivalry the sport has ever seen, matching Tennessee and UConn, has attracted more eyes to the women's game than any other and is in large part responsible for the elevated profile the sport maintains today, and Summitt and Huskies coach Geno Auriemma were the catalysts. Her place among the greatest coaches in college basketball history; the fight with early-onset Alzheimer's disease that ended her career and took her life far prematurely; and the brief but sordid coaching career of son Tyler are all also considered in this week's profile of the late coach Pat Summitt on the Bill Bradley Collective.

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

We ponder the state of the Kraken Curse after it was voted Peltoncast MVP for 2021-22, then discuss the start of the real MLS season for the Sounders, the real start of the Storm’s season and the long-anticipated 800-word listener … Continue reading →

CC Mouse Podcast | Country Mouse City Mouse
Huskies Went To The Grand Rapids Pet Expo #119

CC Mouse Podcast | Country Mouse City Mouse

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 48:58


This time our Heroes talk about The Grand Rapids Pet Expo, Dan gets stuck in Michigan, and Jess gets Ninja Pans, all this and more on this episode of the CCMouse Podcast. Video version of the CCMouse Podcast here:        Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ccmousepodcast/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/ccmousepodcast YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/ccmousepodcast Merch https://teespring.com/stores/cc-mouse-podcast   Show Hosts Info: RFSDan: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/RFSDan YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/RFSDan   Jess from Snow Dogs Vlogs: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/SnowDogsVlogs YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/SnowDogsVlogs

Softy & Dick Interviews
Kalen DeBoer on Spring practice, the return of Jaxson Kirkland, the O-line overall, and a timeline for naming the starting quarterback

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 17:59


Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy & Dick 5-6 Hour 3: UW football coach Kalen DeBoer, Mariners reliever Paul Sewald, Lakers coaching rumors, Storm's Breanna Stewart

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 58:53


In the third hour of the show, Dave "Softy" Mahler and Dick Fain talk with Washington head football coach Kalen DeBoer, Mariners reliever Paul Sewald, and the Storm's Breanna Stewart, plus a familiar name is rumored to be a candidate for the Lakers coaching job.

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy & Dick 5-4 Hour 1: Sounders Match, Mike Florio on NFL, Mariners, Huskies

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 41:38


In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain talk about tonight's massive Sounders match at Lumen Field, chat with Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk about all things NFL and Europe games, then the guys talk about the Mariners losing again and getting swept in Houston plus the UW Huskies quarterback situation.

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

It’s a semi-emergency pod as the Sounders defeated Pumas to become the first MLS team ever to win the CONCACAF Champions League. We discuss whether it’s the biggest win in club history before recapping the UW spring preview, previewing the … Continue reading →

Softy & Dick Interviews
Petros on Macklemore, NFL Draft Last Week, Pac-12, Huskies Quarterback

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 19:12


Petros Papadakis joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about the NFL Draft last week and Los Angeles Chargers fans enthusiasm, his true feelings about Seattle musical artist Macklemore, the Pac-12 holding their Spring football events, plus the Washington Huskies quarterback situation and competition.

Softy & Dick Interviews
Jon Wilner on Transfer Portal, NIL Regulations, UW Spring Game, CA Gambling

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 12:39


Jon Wilner of The San Jose Mercury News joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about the crazy transfer portal and how it's affecting college football, how the NIL regulations are being bent, the Huskies playing their Spring Game on Saturday, and how California's sports gambling laws will affect college ball.

Midnight Train Podcast
Unexplained Mass Disappearances. Where'd They Go?

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 105:45


Ep. 154 Unexplained Mass Disappearances   Today we're talking about unsolved stuff…but in a different way. We're talking about unexplained mass disappearances. How can large numbers of people just disappear without a trace? Where'd they go? Why'd they go? Did somebody make them leave? Bigfoot again? Aliens? Supernatural? Chainsaw? We may never know….but that won't stop us from discussing, speculating, and inevitably making really bad jokes on today's episode. So all aboard bitches let's roll!   Let us begin back…back…waaaaay back in 1918. We're talking about the USS Cyclops. Aside from having a great name, it fits the bill on mass disappearances. USS Cyclops (AC-4) was the second of four Proteus-class colliers built for the United States Navy several years before World War I. A collier is a fancy name for a big ass coal cargo ship. The USS Langley, the first aircraft carrier in the US Navy, was a converted collier. This was actually the second ship to bear the name Cyclops. She had been swimming around hauling coal and helping refugees between the Baltic sea, the Bahamas, and Mexico since 1910. In 1917 she was covered to help haul troops and coal all over the world during WW1.  In March 1918, the ship was given a new cargo: tons and tons of dense manganese ore, used in steelmaking. She left Brazil loaded up with the brittle metal, then voyaged to Barbados to resupply for the long journey home to Baltimore. That's where things get interesting. On the journey home something went wrong and the ship was never heard from again. Not even an sos. The last known transmission from the Cyclops was "weather fair, all well" at the beginning of the trip home. When the ship did not reach Baltimore a massive search was undertaken. Every naval ship from Cuba to Puerto Rico was sent out to search for debris. At the time, given it was during the war, the general consensus was that she was sunk by the Germans. But during the search, ships could not find any debris field that would be evident if it was torpedoed. In fact no one found anything…anything at all. It seemed the ship just disappeared. 306 people were just… gone. It remains to this day, the single largest loss of life in the history of the United States Navy that did not directly involve combat! Wow that's pretty crazy. So what exactly happened? Well there are theories abound my friends!    First there is a mini conspiracy theory that the captain sabotaged the ship or even took it all the way to Germany! Why, you ask? Well let us tell you. It is said that the crew was unhappy with the captain. You see, Captain Worley was hated by his staff and officers and was accused of being pro German. It was discovered later that Worley was actually German born and had changed his name at some point. It's not known why he changed his name. On top of that, the US Consulate General of Rio, named Gottschalk, boarded the ship with 73 other local sailors. Gottschalk was very popular with the German community in Brazil. Couple this with the fact that upon leaving Brazil, the ship was said to have been overloaded and people began to speculate. They say that Worley and Gottschalk purposely sabotaged the ship in some way to favor the Germans back home. Either that or the thought is that they essentially stole the crew and cargo and headed back to Germany. Seems plausible, until you try and figure how a few men could have forced 300 men to go back to Germany.  There are several theories of the ship being struck by a rogue wave or breaking up at sea. One sailor reported when they reached Rio, that on the way, the deck of the ship would sway when the ship was struck with large waves. He says the ship was showing signs of structural failure. Could that have been the issue? If so…where was the debris? Another theory was that the ship was overloaded and ran into a storm in which the unstable ship overturned and sank to the bottom of the ocean. Again…why no debris though?   For a BBC Radio 4 documentary, Tom Mangold had an expert from Lloyds investigate the loss of the Cyclops. The expert noted that manganese ore, being much denser than coal, had room to move within the holds even when fully laden, the hatch covers were canvas, and that when wet, the ore can become a slurry. As such, the load could shift and cause the ship to list. Listing is caused by the off-centerline distribution of weight aboard due to uneven loading or to flooding. By contrast, roll is the dynamic movement from side to side caused by waves. If a listing ship goes beyond the point where a righting moment will keep it afloat, it will capsize and potentially sink. Combined with a possible loss of power from its one engine, it could fill with water and go down in bad weather.   Then there's our personal favorite…the Bermuda triangle just straight fucked it up and aliens took it. That's right passengers…this happened in the infamous Bermuda triangle!!! So of course there are numerous theories involving the Bermuda triangle and supernatural goings on.  Most of these Bermuda triangle theories involve either aliens coming down and abducting the ship and crew, or aliens under the ocean coming up and claiming the ship for themselves. We here at the train, well at least Moody, think that this is the most plausible explanation of course.    So what do you guys think? Aliens?.... Yea it was aliens…   Ok so up next we're heading up to the great white north. For those of you who don't know…that's Canada.. You know America's hat. Anyway.. we're looking at the lake Anjikuni incident. The telling of this mystery was taken from mysterioustrip.com.  Anjikuni Lake is located deep in the Kivallig area of rural Nunavut in Canada. Placed near the Kazan River, the lake is perfect for fishing and trout. Anjikuni fastly became a home for the Inuit tribe; it developed soon into a colony and became popular almost instantly on a cold November day in 1930. Joe Labelle, a Canadian fur trapper, was more than an efficient individual who spent a lot of time doing outdoor activities. He was very familiar with the area; he knew that the people established a community. Joe was acquainted with the Inuit stories of wood ghosts that were reportedly harmful, and this remote part was soaked in the tales of the Wendigo. Labelle generally didn't have any fear or anxiety; however, this specific night at the lake became different. The full moon was casting a spooky luminosity all over the village, and no one was moving. The Huskies that were usually loud with the influx of travelers were quiet as well. The only sound he could hear was of his own steps made on the snow and the concave reverb of his greeting. He quickly understood something was not normal, and he started investigating as soon as he entered the village. The village was in complete silence, and he could see no one. No noise of conversation or laughter was detected. What's worse was the complete lack of smoke originating from chimneys that denoted the presence of living beings.   Joe noticed a fire at a distance and went towards it to inspect; the fire seemed to be burning for a significant amount of time. Upon further investigation, he found that someone started their supper preparations; however, they didn't finish making it. LaBelle continued towards the village, ready to bump into someone who could tell her what was really happening here. Joe, stepping out of his uncontrollable feelings, began an investigation into the Inuit's homes to search for any clues related to the silence and made a sudden and quick decision to leave the village.   He found that several homes were well-stocked with food and weapons; he further found a burnt meal in another house. In one spot, he found a repair of a junior sealskin that was yet to be finished. Sadly, he couldn't conclude anything.   As there wasn't any conclusive answer concerning what took place, it must certainly have been an unexpected event that spread widely and involved all 30 men, women & children in the village. Food, clothing, and weapons were left behind. But Why? There was no answer   More investigation directed him to a pair of findings that was enough to give him goosebumps. To the extent that he was able to tell, whatever happened, had happened recently.   He examined the entire village and found no new traces in the snow apart from his own. The most ghastly discovery he made was of the dogs. Seven of them had starved to death. This evidence was enough to persuade him to head to the nearest telegraph office located farther away. That would mean that Joe had to overlook basic requirements such as shelter and food; however, he was in a hurry to leave the place and seek assistance. As beaten and frostbitten as Labelle was, he finally stumbled into the telegraph office. In a few minutes, he sent an emergency message to the nearest RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) camp. By the time the Mounties reached, many hours later, Labelle had calmed himself enough to talk about his distressing stories.   According to 1984's article – The world's most significant UFO mysteries, written by Roger Boar and Nigel Blundell– the Mounties, when on their way to the Angikuni Lake mystery, took a bit of time to rest at a shack alongside a trapper and his two sons. They explained to the trapper and his sons that they are heading towards Anjikuni Lake to solve a ‘problem.' The Mounties asked the trapper if he had seen anything strange these past few days. Upon asking this question, the trapper was compelled to admit that he and his two sons had noticed an eerie luminous object flying all over the sky a few days ago. He further stated that he had seen giant, gleaming ‘flying objects' changing shape right before their eyes. And this object was flying towards the village at Anjikuni lake.   So did this event even happen? Or was LaBelle making it up. According to skeptoid.com( see we look at both sides equally) here are a number of things about the Joe Labelle story that raise red flags. For one thing, it happened in November, when average temperatures are 13°C degrees below freezing. Angikuni Lake is a sheet of ice; kayaks pulled up on the beach would not be "battered by wave action". The very presence of kayaks so far inland is suspect, though not impossible. Migratory Inuit would often park their kayaks to hunt caribou. These eastern Iglulik kayaks were made of sealskin stretched over willow branches. But the small Angikuni Lake is landlocked so far inland on the Barrens that neither willow nor sealskin were available, and this would be, by far, the farthest inland that the historical use of Iglulik kayaks would have ever been documented. Not impossible, but highly suspect.   Labelle described a permanent settlement, a "friendly little Eskimo village" of "about thirty inhabitants" that he'd known "for many years". A statement from the Mounted Police says "A village with such a large population would not have existed in such a remote area of the Northwest Territories." They had left sealskin garments behind, in a region where there was caribou hide rather than sealskin; and as a trapper Labelle should have been able to identify it properly. So there was either a series of quite improbable circumstances, or Labelle was wrong.    Today, no physical evidence exists of a village at Angikuni Lake, and nobody has ever published an account of going up there and clearing away any remnants. So we have to rely on documentary evidence to find the true history of the vanishing village.   So with all the contradictory evidence what is real and what isn't. Was there a group of Inuits that completely disappeared or was it a tall tale? Could it be a combination of both and the truth is somewhere in the middle? Who knows…either way…crazy story! Next up we head to Brazil and the village of Hoer Verde! We got the following info mostly from coolinterestingstuff.com. The Mysterious legend of Hoer Verde, the town with 600 inhabitants that vanished, is certainly confusing and troubling.   The case will cause you to ask questions, questions like “how can anything like that ever happen with absolutely no evidence to suggest anything unusual had happened?”   Like so many legends from the area, information on Hoer Verde is difficult to track down. But what information is accessible is not only disturbing, but incredibly perplexing.   As visitors to the village entered the small town they were immediately struck by how dead everything was. Unlike other villages of six hundred no one was walking through the streets.   Hanging signs waved in the gentle wind creaking noisily juxtaposed with the uneasy footsteps and subdued whispers of those passing through. As they passed by local houses and looked in the windows it was evident immediately that something wasn't right. No one was anywhere to be seen.   The police were called, and investigators descended on the town to look through the village. As they came to the town's school they found a gun, which they took to be forensically examined. And then the investigators looked to the blackboard on which the words, “There is no salvation” were written. After a cursory examination, they realized that it had been fired the day before, but by whom they were unsure.   A manhunt ensued for the 600 villagers in the small town. Despite this, no trace of any of the locals was ever unearthed.   As newspaper reports of the town's disappearance reached the west it was considered a curiosity, but with the shifting political climate of Brazil in 1923 it was considered possible that the town had evacuated to avoid conflict with guerrillas.   Another mysterious element is the original language of the phrase “There is no salvation.” Though the phrase has been largely translated into English, the phrase holds little significance in English or Portuguese. However, if the words had been “Illic est haud salus.” in Latin or some variation of it, this could have been related to the phrase “Extra Ecclesiam nulla salus” which is a Catholic phrase meaning “Outside the Church there is no salvation.” If this was the case in a largely Catholic area, the lesson could have been a religious lesson which was interrupted by some unknown force, but with no specific significance itself.    So what happened…we don't know…but you know there are some crazy theories!!   Let's start with the most bizarre theory that is floating around. This theory states the 600 residents of Hoer Verde were swallowed by a black hole taking them all to a fourth dimension. yes…that's a theory. Along those lines there's the inevitable alien abduction talk. Could aliens have really come down and abducted 600 people? We like to think so but who knows.    The next  theory people point to is the political landscape in Brazil leading to soldiers or revolutionaries forcing all the villagers to evacuate. The only thing is the villagers disappeared in 1923. There was no civil war going on at the time, as is sometimes referred to with the legend. Also the revolution didn't occur until 1930 and another occurred in 1932. In neither case was a village of 600 reported to be wiped out or relocated.    And then there's the issues of the names of the towns, one town is completely nameless in the legend while Hoer Verde is a rather strange name for a village or town in Brazil, for one Verde translates to green from Portuguese to English but Hoer is not a word in Portuguese. It seems to be a Dutch word that is a derogatory word for sex workers.   Second, the legend states the town has been forgotten to time but one source we found says they were able to find multiple lists of towns and villages dating back to the 16th century for Brazil. No name comes close to Hoer Verde except for Ouro Preto, which translates to black gold and the history for it goes back to 1698.   So this story is pretty crazy huh. Well turns out it may also be completely made up. There's been a research dive that traces the origins of this story to a fairly recent article in a sketchy Russian newspaper written by a man named Mikhaylov Andrei. To put this guy into perspective, in the same article he blames the disappearance at the colony of Roanoke on protoplasm coming from the ocean and devouring the people off the colony…yea…he claims it happens every few millennia. So while the myth of Hoer Verde lives on…it may just be that…a myth!   Next up we are gonna look at the Moche civilization. Information for this tale we got from an article on Fodors.com. The Moche culture remains one of the most mysterious unknowns of Peruvian history, and with the more prominent Incas filling up most of the pages in the history books, the Moches do not receive as much attention. The Moche believed in gory human sacrifice and produced famously beautiful pottery, built huge, bizarre brick pyramids and had a complex and efficient irrigation system. Some of the aqueducts are still in use today.   All researchers can glean from the Moche civilization is through a collection of artistic masterpieces from archaeological digs, writings from Spanish invaders (the Moche did not use a predominant written language), and other fragments left behind in Peru's northern coastal regions. The Moche civilization lived and flourished along the northern coast of Peru from the 1st to the 8th century A.D., with their highest concentration of residents in the popular Trujillo region and Chicama valley. Due to the riches of this land, which included access to sturdy clay and precious metals, the Moche civilization accumulated significant wealth and power during this pre-Incan period. At the foot of the Cerra Blanca Mountain, Moche's capital city covered 300 hectares, or 3 million square meters of an opulent environment that offered residents a tight community of people, storehouses, open plazas, and ramps for easy entry to multiple-level structures. The upper elite also planned fields surrounding the city (indicating a class-based society). Building this capital took the Moches 600 years to complete and involved no fewer than six construction phases.          In addition, the capital included two now-famous pyramids often open to tourists today: the Huaca Del Sol (Temple of the Sun), a structure standing more than 50 meters in height and encompassing an area of 340 by 160 meters, and the Huaca De La Luna (Temple of the Moon), built using millions of adobe bricks. Which, if you know anything about photoshop, is quite a feat. Researchers believed both were used as prodigious religious tombs.     Although monuments and temples remain for archeologists to research today, most of the tangible objects left behind by the Moches were artistic, creative artifacts full of intricate designs and pops of bold colors. Considered skillful metalworkers and adept potters, the Moches produced sophisticated headdresses made of real gold for their goddesses, jewelry of valuable metals, chest plates to show prestige, textiles for ornamentation and wardrobe, utensils for eating, and tools for working in the fields.           In 700 A.D., the Moches moved their capital city to Pampa Grande in the Lambayeque Valley, approximately 40 miles from the Pacific Ocean. They constructed this city to include large pyramids and temples made of dirt using a method called chamber and fill, which allowed loose dirt to clump into cribbed walls. No one knows exactly why the Moche civilization eventually disappeared. Many researchers believe El Niňo caused substantial damage to the fields and irrigation systems, as they found confirmation of flooding at every single ceremonial site. (The chamber and fill approach appeared to hurt them significantly.) Archeologists also think the Moches abandoned Pampa Grande quickly and as they left, set their city on fire—but why?   The El Nino mentioned above is a prevailing theory. It is said that it was…wait for it… A SUPER EL NINO!!!!! So basically the easiest way to describe it is that the Moche faced 30 years of flood condition weather and rain followed by 30 years of drought conditions. Harsh. Some say this led to an issue with fertile soil so the citizens couldn't really dig, plant and grow crops. Also, because of the El nino theory, Dramatic changes in the ocean's environment could also be one of the reasons why the Moche, an early pre-Columbian civilization in Peru, fell apart over 1000 years ago.    No one is 100 percent sure what happened to the Moche. The Moche are not the only civilization to have disappeared without a discernible reason. They are scattered throughout history and the world from the Aztalan civilization in the American West to the inhabitants of great Zimbabwe. The disappearances of civilizations is definitely an interesting topic overall.   Changing the tone a bit, we're next going to look at an airliner that disappeared with 95 military personnel on board. Flying Tiger Line Flight 739, a Lockheed Super Constellation airliner, was scheduled to transport 96 military personnel from the US to Vietnam and disappeared on March 16, 1962.    According to the military, the men were under orders to relieve soldiers in Saigon tasked with training Vietnamese troops to fight the Viet Cong guerillas. As such, the flight was operated by the Military Air Transport Service (MATS). A few stopovers were made along the route—one in Honolulu, one in Wake Island, and a final one in Guam. With nine and half hours of fuel remaining, their final stretch was estimated to take around six hours. Sadly, however, they were never seen again.   Guam Centre grew concerned when the flight failed to make its scheduled position report at 15:30. They attempted to contact the aircraft without luck. When the flight also failed to make its destination, a distress status was initiated, and one of the largest search and rescue operations to date commenced. The search was conducted by the U.S. Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and Marines and covered more than 200,000 square miles. It came up empty, and nearly 60 years later, not a trace of the flight has been found.    Strangely, another MATS-operated Super Connie in the Flying Tiger Line, this one carrying secret military cargo, also met with tragedy that day. Departing from the same airport at roughly the same time as Flight 739, Flight 7816 (N6911C) crashed during an attempted instrument approach to Adak Island, Alaska. Of the seven people on board, six crew members suffered minor injuries, and one died after becoming trapped in the fire. The timing of the incident with Flight 739's disappearance raised many red flags.   The only potential clue to Flight 739's fate came from onboard a Liberian tanker, the SS T L Linzen, where witnesses noticed vapor trails moving west and disappearing into a layer of cumulus clouds. A few seconds later, they observed a large, two-pulse explosion, followed by two fireballs falling from the sky at different speeds. The ship's radar flagged a target approximately 17 miles from its current position, or roughly 500 miles off the coast of Guam. The location fell in line with the approximate flight path of 739, so search and rescue operations gave focus to the area. It is in the remote Pacific Ocean, so it's a wonder that anyone witnessed the event at all.    The idea of a Super Connie exploding mid-flight was too improbable for aircraft experts to believe, leading many to the conclusion of sabotage. For one, L-1049Hs were not known to have any fuel problems or electrical issues near fuel tanks. Additionally, nothing on board would have been powerful enough to blow apart. So, if the plane did explode, the theory goes, it would likely have been caused by impact with an external force, such as a meteor or, more sinisterly, a missile. With the United States in the throes of the Vietnam and Cold Wars, proponents of the shoot-down theory have pointed toward the Soviet Union as a possible villain in this scenario.    Assuming the explosion was unrelated, another possibility is that the flight was hijacked and those onboard taken hostage. However, the kidnappers would have likely made demands for the men's release at some point, and such demands never came—or were at least not made public knowledge. Kidnapping theories are common with disappearances of aircraft, including Malaysia Flight 370.    For surviving families, the most popular theory has always been that the men were part of a secret military operation gone awry. This is supported by claims that they left behind important items, such as their IDs and wedding bands, and gave long, drawn-out goodbyes—as if they knew they were never coming back. Still desperate for answers, some family members recently attempted to submit their DNA to the military database used to identify bodies found abroad. The government denied those requests, citing legal reasons. It has also denied decades of pleading to have the servicemen's names added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall, remaining adamant that they were never part of any war mission.   Maintenance problems had already been addressed while the plane was in Guam, but it's rare for a mechanical issue to cause an explosion, though it can't be completely ruled out—likewise with sabotage. While neither option can be dismissed entirely, there's no evidence that they happened.    The missile theory is also speculative. If an enemy had chosen to shoot down this flight, who would that have been? The Soviet Union, which was a Cold War adversary, was the only other nation capable of downing a high-flying plane mid-ocean. But why would the Soviets have done it? And why in such a remote expanse of the Pacific? There's no clear motive and no evidence to support such a claim. A more likely explanation is the explosion of ordinance, accidentally or as an act of sabotage by some unknown actor, aboard the secret military flight.    In late 2020, surviving family members constructed a monument in South Portland, Maine, honoring the servicemen of Flight 739. We got most of this indoor from a cool article on planeandpilotmag.com   How about some of your favorite quick hitters!   SS WARATAH   In July 1909, the SS Waratah was heading for Cape Town, South Africa, on its way back from Melbourne, Australia, making a scheduled stop in Durban on the way. It was carrying over 200 people, both passengers and crew, but as it left port to complete its journey, one passenger elected to remain behind.    Engineer Claude Sawyer had made many journeys by sea, and he was so concerned by the behavior of this brand new ship that he disembarked in Durban and sent a message to his wife describing the ship as "top heavy." The Waratah left port at 8 a.m. on July 26, and headed into rough seas for its journey to Cape Town. At 6 a.m. the following day it overtook another ship, the Clan McIntyre, and exchanged signals, before the Waratah disappeared into the distance, never to be seen or heard from again.    According to the Master of a vessel called the Clan McIntyre, when the Waratah passed him, his ship was sailing into nine meter waves and a violent storm. Two ships later claimed to have seen bodies and debris in the water, however nothing was ever actually recovered.    An expedition sponsored by author Clive Cussler claimed to have found the ship in the 1980s. However, when the searchers eventually reached the wreck, they actually discovered a World War II transport vessel instead. The mystery of the SS Waratah's fate remains.   AZTALAN INDIANS   Just outside the small town of Lake Mills in south central Wisconsin, on the banks of the Crawfish River, lie the remains of a Native American city called Aztalan. The Wisconsin settlers who discovered it in 1836 named it "Aztalan" due to a misplaced assumption that the Native Americans who lived there had a connection to the Aztecs.   The ancient city contained stepped pyramids, conical mounds, evidence of housing, fishing, and farming, and even a substantial defensive stockade wall containing up to 30 watchtowers. And according to local legend, they even built large stone pyramids in the bottom of what's now called Rock Lake in Lake Mills. But the valley was later flooded, meaning that evidence to prove this legend true is hard to come by.    At its peak, Aztalan would been occupied by around 500 people between 700 to a thousand years ago. But at some point after 1300 AD, the site was mysteriously abandoned, and no one really knows why.    According to an article published by Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine, evidence points to a few different theories about their fate: a lack of resources, drought, and violence from other nearby Native American settlements.    Despite a very obvious intention of these early Wisconsinites to remain — nothing says "I'm staying!" like a large defensive wall — they're now nothing more than local history and legend.   ROMAN 9TH LEGION   The Ninth Legion was a Roman military formation of around 5,000 soldiers stationed in York in Northern England during Rome's occupation of Britain. This unit maintained control of the wild inhabitants of what would later become northern England and Scotland. In 108 AD, an inscription in the City of York places the legion in the city. However, 50 years later, when a new record of the legions was completed, no mention of the ninth appeared   What could've happened to erase the existence of 5,000 soldiers? No one really knows.   According to a Roman writer, many Roman soldiers were killed in Britain at the beginning of the second century, necessitating several reinforcements. This included the arrival of a new Legion, the Sixth, in 122 AD, which took up residence in the now presumably empty York.    No records describe the Ninth Legion's fate. Some theories suggest the Legion was simply sent elsewhere, though there's little evidence to support this. Meanwhile, Emperor Hadrian visited the British Isles at the beginning of the second century. To take control of the Briton-on-Roman violence, he ordered the construction of a 73 mile long, 15 foot high, fortified wall across the island to keep the invaders out of Roman territory. And you don't go doing that unless you've got a good reason — like say losing an entire legion.    Hadrian's wall still stands today. However, there's still no sign of the ultimate fate of the Ninth legion — and there probably never will be.   SS POET   The SS Poet was a former World War II troop transport that was mothballed for 20 years after the war, before being bought and converted to carry cargo. Considered "old but sturdy" in October 1980, the ship had an experienced crew of 34 men — including the captain who'd been at sea for 41 years — when it mysteriously disappeared.   On the morning of October 24, 1980, the SS Poet sailed from Philadelphia with a load of corn bound for Egypt, where it was due to arrive on November 9. As it passed Cape Henlopen later the same morning, the Poet sent its last message before heading out into the Atlantic, and into history.   The following day a storm blew up in the North Atlantic with 30 foot waves and 60 mph winds. But for a ship like the Poet that shouldn't have mattered. When the storm finally passed it left behind no trace of the Poet, no debris, and no distress signal was ever heard.   A popular explanation for the loss proposes an undiscovered hull leak that would have caused the ship to become unstable and founder in the bad weather. However with no evidence to back that up, fingers were soon pointed at the owner who had failed to report the ship missing for several days after losing contact, and at the coast guard who didn't begin a search for another four days after that. Well-built ships with experienced crews don't just vanish without cause, but that doesn't mean we'll ever know what it was.   we got these quick hitters from an article on grunge.com.

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy & Dick 5-2 Hour 1: Seahawks Draft Reaction, UW Spring Game, Logan Gilbert

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 41:14


In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain react to the entire 2022 Seattle Seahawks draft plus their thoughts on the team using one of their higher picks on the running back, then they discuss the UW Spring Game and hear from quarterback Sam Huard before discussing another great Logan Gilbert start.

Chuck and Buck
H3: 5-2 The Ocho, Cam Cleeland & a Green Jacket Draft update-ish

Chuck and Buck

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 40:38


We cover the top 8 sports stories of the day in the Ocho. Cam Cleeland stop by to talk about the Huskies in the NFL Draft & tell us what went down at the Husky Spring Game. We give away the Green Jacket to the latest winner... then we take it back...

Chuck and Buck
Cam Cleeland

Chuck and Buck

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 12:39


Cam Cleeland stops by to talk Huskies in the NFL Draft and what went down at the Spring game; including his thoughts on the starting QB.

Chuck and Buck
H1: 5-2 Recapping Draft Weekend & the 1st year of Kraken hockey.

Chuck and Buck

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 41:46


It was quite the weekend; The Seahawks were busy in the draft, the Kraken wrapped up their inaugural season, the 2nd round of the NBA playoffs got underway & the Huskies held their spring game.

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

With the 2022 NFL Draft complete, we’re joined by both Ben Baldwin and Zach Whitman to go pick-by-pick through the Seahawks’ class, offer competing analogies for the team drafting highly regarded prospects at positions of need but also taking a … Continue reading →

Dawgman Radio
DawgmanRadio: Wrapping up Spring Football

Dawgman Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 32:27


The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - met up in the tunnel at Husky Stadium to give their initial impressions of Washington's fifteenth - and final - practice of spring football, held Saturday afternoon. Early rain gave way to sunny skies, as the Huskies were able to go through a 70-80 play 'scrimmage' with scoring rules to simulate as much of a game environment as they could. A Michael Penix, Jr. pass to Rome Odunze proved to the be the difference in the 'game' as the offense came back on the final series to beat the defense. Grinolds, Fetters, and Eklund went through each position group, starting with the quarterbacks, and gave not just their impressions from the day, but also overall how they looked, what went right, what went wrong, and a quick look ahead toward the fall. After doing that for the offense, they did the same for the defensive side of the ball after a quick break. Mishael Powell and Alex Cook were the two defensive players that came up with interceptions during the scrimmage. They broke down who they felt stepped up Saturday, as well as throughout spring. There were some veteran named that popped up, but also a few that definitely surprised over the course of April. There was also plenty going on with recruiting during the spring preview, and the guys touched on some of the main names that were seen at Husky Stadium. To wrap up, each gave their closing thoughts on the day, including who really stood out with their performances and what can Washington fans expect from the offense, defense, and special teams as they head into the fall? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More
Seahawks Round 2 Recap with Ben Baldwin

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022


In a very different pod from Thursday’s, we were compelled to record midway through round two to discuss the Seahawks passing on the available quarterbacks to take a running back. Ben Baldwin joins us to unpack what this tells us … Continue reading →

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More
Emergency Pod: Seahawks Take Cross

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022


Staying put at the No. 9 pick in Thursday’s NFL Draft, the Seahawks surprised us by taking Mississippi State tackle Charles Cross. We react to an unexpectedly normal pick and a first round highlighted by a pair of WRs from … Continue reading →

Dawg & Duck Show
Oregon Spring Game Review

Dawg & Duck Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 60:10


Warren (The Dawg) and Mark (The Duck) talk Dawg & Duck news and then review the Oregon Spring Game. Where does Oregon look strong? Where could they be exposed? Is Nix the answer at QB? What does Mark think about the Dillingham offense? Warren previews what he is looking for from the Huskies in Saturday's Spring game. Warren and Mark discuss whether Oregon or Washington is more likely to have a QB enter the Transfer Portal after the Spring.

Softy & Dick Interviews
Jon Wilner on Mark Emmert Steps Down, Next NCAA President, NIL Era

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 16:26


Jon Wilner of The San Jose Mercury News joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about today's news that Mark Emmert is stepping down as President of the NCAA, who steps in now and if it could be someone from the Pac-12, how the N.I.L. era in college sports is changing the landscape, and the Draft.

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

With Peltoncast Live in the books, we recap what you missed when the recording cut out, including our pick for Seattle’s best fried chicken. Then it’s time to look ahead to the M’s in first place, the Sounders playing for … Continue reading →

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy & Dick 4-25 Hour 1: Montlake Futures on Work for Husky Athletes, Reaction

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 41:57


In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain welcome in Emmy Armintrout and Henry McRae of Montlake Futures to discuss how the program is helping athletes at Washington and Huskies recruiting progress and compete in the NCAA, then the guys react to the entire conversation about the program.

Softy & Dick Interviews
Montlake Futures' Emmy Armintrout and Henry McRae on Program's Work

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 31:08


Emmy Armintrout and Henry McRae of Montlake Futures sit down with Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about all the work the program is doing to help current athletes at the University of Washington as well as what their role is in the recruiting process including questions from listeners about the program.

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

For the first time since 2019, we held a live Peltoncast last Friday at Good Times Bad Bar in Queen Anne. Due to a podcaster error, only the first two segments and the start of the third were taped, but … Continue reading →

Dawgman Radio
DawgmanRadio: Day 12 practice wrap live from Husky Stadium

Dawgman Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 17:51


The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - wrapped up their first full viewing of a practice this spring, as up to 500 Washington fans joined them to check out what the Huskies have been up to so far in April. It was a normal two-hour practice, full of individual periods, some team periods, some one-on-one and 7-on-7 work, special teams, and more. So the fans that did show up this morning got a great sense of all the different items the coaches stress and work on to get the players as ready as they can for the summer player-run workouts. It's a relatively quick podcast today, around 20 minutes, because it was more of highlighting the players that did well and stood out during the team sessions. Julius Irvin was the lone turnover king today with an interception (Ruperake Fuavai looked like he recovered a fumble as well), while Michael Penix, Jr. and Dylan Morris combined for three touchdowns during their drives in the final team period of practice. Penix hit Giles Jackson twice on scores, one from 5-yards out, and the other from 20, while Morris hit a streaking Nick Juran down the middle of the field for 46 yards. Washington Head Coach Kalen DeBoer singled out the receivers and EDGE players Friday when he spoke to the media, and both position groups definitely had their moments today during the team periods. The Dawgman guys talk about their days, as well as offer some more color and insight as to how the practice went for those Washington fans that were unable to attend. It was also the same day the Huskies were hosting their coaches clinic for the high school staffs to come in and see what the new UW staff is all about, so there were plenty of high school coaches and recruits on hand to watch practice under sunny skies at Husky Stadium. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bob, Groz and Tom
Hour 4 - Seahawks Draft Profile: local talent

Bob, Groz and Tom

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 38:51


Which of the draft eligible players from the Huskies or Cougs would make good fits for the Seahawks in next week's draft? Jake and Stacy spotlight a handful in Friday's draft profile. What should we expect from the Royals when they come to town to take on the Mariners? What I Need to Know closes out the week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy & Dick 4-21 Hour 3: Bret Boone on M's, Seattle in AL West, Carson Bruener

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 56:40


In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain visit with Bret Boone, former Mariners All Star, to talk about the M's start to 2022 and how the young players have fared so far, then the guys talk about the M's contending in the AL West before Washington Huskies linebacker Carson Bruener joins Softy and Dick.

Softy & Dick Interviews
Carson Bruener, Washington Huskies Linebacker, on Spring Preview Soon

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 7:41


Carson Bruener, Washington Huskies Linebacker, joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about the team's Spring Preview coming up on Montlake, the new coaching staff under Kalen DeBoer and his new assistants including William Inge, the Stanford game and locker room in ‘21, and the defensive schemes.

Dawgman Radio
DawgmanRadio: How things stand after Day 10 of spring football

Dawgman Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 39:25


The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - wrap up their thoughts now that the Washington Huskies are 10 April practices in. With only 15 practices in total, that means the Dawgs are now two-thirds of the way through spring ball. Where did the time go? Starting with the quarterback competition, the guys talk about who they think is leading the pack, as well as how they expect things could shake out as the battle continues to be joined. They also talk about the running backs. For a position that has seen very little go on from the media standpoint, there certainly has been a ton of player movement. Emeka Megwa has been out all of spring, and Caleb Berry has just started to come back. Cameron Davis and Richard Newton have not been practicing either, so at this point the only scholarship running backs that have played spring at 100 percent health are New Mexico transfer Aaron Dumas, and Jay'Veon Sunday. The guys got a chance to speak with both UW OC Ryan Grubb and RB Coach Lee Marks to break down what they see in the two incoming transfer running backs; Virginia's Wayne Taulapapa and Nebraska's Will Nixon. Clearly with three transfer running backs in before the start of the 2022 season, an already loaded room will undoubtedly suffer attrition of some sort. What the numbers will be and who those players are is anyone's guess at this point. Chris broke down who he saw playing with the two-deeps on defense during the limited 11-11 session the media gets to see, and with a few players that weren't spotted in there, like Jordan Perryman and Carson Bruener (both were practicing), it's hard to know if they are still cycling players through to get turns put on film, or if there's something else going on. After a quick break to pay some bills, the talk turned to recruiting and who was at practice today. The Huskies also had a couple of draft hopefuls on hand in Cade Otton and Luke Wattenberg. The guys also provide some insight into some of the interviews they did post-practice. Not only did they speak to Grubb and Marks, but they also talked with Dylan Morris, Ja'Lynn Polk, Roger Rosengarten, Troy Fautanu, and others. A quick hoops update was followed by the guys' final thoughts on the day and also how things are wrapping on what has been a very quick April. Only five practices left, UW fans, including a scrimmage this Saturday at 11 am that is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Be there! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy & Dick 4-19 Hour 3: Christian Caple, UW's NIL Recruiting, Brian Schmetzer

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 55:56


In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Christian Caple of The Athletic about UW football's upcoming Spring preview and their quarterback situation, then the guys discuss the work that Montlake Futures is doing for Washington recruiting and Brian Schmetzer joins to talk Sounders soccer.

Softy & Dick Interviews
Christian Caple of The Athletic on UW Football Spring Preview, Quarterbacks

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 18:16


Christian Caple of The Athletic joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about the upcoming UW Huskies football preview and why there won't be an official Spring game, the quarterback situation right now and who is in what order, the layout of the running back room, and the situation with Jaxson Kirkland.

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

Peltoncast Live (this Friday at Bad Bar) is approaching and we’re thrilled to announce Jake One is returning as third Pelton brother. Plus hot takes change their tune about the M’s, Matty Beniers announces his presence and the Seahawks are … Continue reading →

Brock and Salk
Brock's Top Seahawks Draft Needs and the Players that Fill Them

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 59:06


Bob Stelton joins Brock Huard to break down the Hawks' options at the top of the upcoming NFL draft. When do the Hawks take a QB? Which roster need to they address with #9 overall? Brock ranks the Hawks' positions of need and the players that best fit them. Bob & Brock react to the rough starts for both Jarred Kelenic and Julio Rodriguez. Why have Mariners hitting prospects struggled to live up to their potential early in their careers? What signs of hope await the Mariners as they look to regain the momentum they had in 2021? Finish off the episode with Blue 88, featuring a breakdown of draftable QBs, Brock's analysis of Drew Lock and an update on the Huskies as Spring Ball continues. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Rink Live
SCSU Spencer Meier talks about his decision to return, things he's working on, cooking, being a captain -- Ep.65

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 39:35


Spencer Meier made his decision to return for a fifth season to the St. Cloud State men's hockey team last week. Ultimately, it sounds like it was an easy one. In this episode of the podcast, Meier answers questions from some of his fans, discusses why he will return for a third season as team captain, his cooking habits, what he learned from past captains Jack Ahcan and Jimmy Schuldt, who his favorite Huskies were growing up, his hockey camp and more with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten. Meier is running his first hockey camp this summer. You can find more information on it HERE.

The Canine Condition
43. To Have, Love & Keep A Husky

The Canine Condition

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 49:44


Hi! I'm Jacqui Piñol your host and creator of The Canine Condition Podcast. Welcome to Season 2. This is the why, where & how to adopt or help a canine companion. Each episode is a conversation with a trustworthy dog rescue organization or animal welfare advocate (who will leave you inspired and empowered). Our goal is to save homeless dogs and set you up for success with information on how to raise and keep a healthy and well balanced dog. Embark on this journey with me and let's save HUman's best friend together. The Canine Condition. Come. Sit. Stay. My guest on this episode is Lorraine Healy. She is a Husky dog expert and founder of Husky House, a licensed 501c3 non-profit rescue organization in the Tri-state area. Husky House is dedicated to helping abandoned Siberian Huskies as well as all breeds of dogs, including mixes, have a second chance in life and a place to call home which they so richly deserve. Let's hear why so many of these pure bred, beautiful Huskies are found in shelters and dog rescue organizations. To connect with: The Canine Condition or Husky House N.J. click these links: The Canine Condition: www.thecaninecondition.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecaninecondition/ Website: https://www.huskyhouse.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/huskyhousenj/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HuskyHouseNJ/ The Canine Condition Podcast: Writer & Host: Jacqueline Piñol Sound Editor & Engineer: Joe Crow - The Audio Pro Producer: Jacqueline Piñol Music: Jonny Blu

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

It’s still cold outside but the Seattle sports action is heating up with the M’s season underway, the Sounders playing for a first ever trip to the CCL finals and No. 2 pick Matty Beniers making his Kraken debut. Plus … Continue reading →

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy and Dick 4-12 Hour 1: Anticipated Debuts, UW WR Rome Odunze, Softy Steals

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 40:30


In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain talk about the biggest anticipated debuts in Seattle sports history with Matty Beniers debuting for the Kraken tonight, chat with Washington Huskies wide receiver Rome Odunze about 2022 Spring ball ahead, then talk about Softy's history of stealing things.

Softy & Dick Interviews
Washington Huskies Wide Receiver Rome Odunze on Breaking Out Next Year

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 12:00


Washington Huskies football wide receiver Rome Odunze joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about the off-season for the Dawgs and not leaving UW into the portal, how he'll break out in 2022, the vibe of the program now with Kalen DeBoer having taken over, and looking back on the 2021 season.

Dear Dog It's Us, Ali & Betsy
Ep. 57 - How Many Huskies Does it Take to Open a Door?

Dear Dog It's Us, Ali & Betsy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 39:49


This week on Dear Dog, we not only get an update on Clementine the wonder-husky's health, but we also hear how this 13-year-old gal tried her hand paw. (literally) at picking the lock to Ali's garden door. Inspired by the heatwave in LA, we discuss how to keep your dog cool when temps soar, and Betsy gets a reminder about how important her work is (as if any of us needed one) thanks to her favorite thing…a doggy DNA test.

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More
Seahawks Draft Preview with Danny Kelly

The Fabulous Peltoncast: Seattle Sports and More

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022


With the NFL Draft approaching, we welcome The Ringer’s NFL Draft analyst Danny Kelly back to the pod to discuss what the Seahawks’ draft board at No. 9 should look like, who we should be hoping gets taken in the … Continue reading →

Beyond the Culture
Challenging Black Culture with Hampton University AD Eugene Marshall

Beyond the Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 58:07


#061: In this episode of Beyond the Culture, Dr. David M. Walker speaks with Eugene Marshall. Eugene Marshall is the Director of Athletics at Hampton UniversityHe's had an accomplished career of over 37 years as a head coach and Athletics director. Making such notable stops at United States Military Academy (West Point), Iona College and Queens College in New York.Gene is in his eighth year as AD at Hampton U.A graduate of Northeastern UniversityHe earned a bachelor's degree in business administration. He later completed his master's degree in sports leadership.While an undergraduate at Northeastern, Gene was a member of the Huskies' men's basketball team under former UConn head coach and Basketball Hall of Famer Jim Calhoun.What you will learn in this episode:·      Gene discusses the challenges of being a college athletics director ·     Gene talks about how he challenged Black cultural traditions by moving Hampton U. out of its historically Black athletic conference to a predominantly white conference ·     Gene shares how he was on the forefront of a social inclusion movement known as “Eracism.”SUBSCRIBE to the show on iTunes or YouTube (Dr. David M. Walker) to be notified when new weekly episodes are available. Connect with Eugene MarshallLinkedIn: @ Eugene MarshallTwitter: @Hampton_ADWebsite: https://www.hamptonu.edu/Connect with Dr. Walker:LinkedIn: @drdavidmwalkerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/drdavidmwalkerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ drdavidmwalkerTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ drdavidmwalkerWebsite: https://www.beyondtheculturepodcast.com Leave a comment and a review 

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy and Dick 4-5 Hour 2: Jon Wilner on NCAA News, Tiger Woods, and Textimonials

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 35:12


In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler visits with Jon Wilner of The San Jose Mercury News, talking about news from the Big 12 and Kansas winning the NCAA Tournament, then Softy discusses Tiger Woods' comments today about playing in the Masters before listening and reacting to texts of the day.

Culture Gabfest
Hang Up: Happy Carolina, Sad Carolina

Culture Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 81:24


Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin discuss Kansas' win over North Carolina's in the men's basketball title game, and the Athletic's Chantel Jennings joins to talk about South Carolina's win over UConn for the women's title. Finally, they talk about Eric Church, and when it's OK for sports to trump social and professional obligations.   NCAA men (2:21): How the Jayhawks turned it around against the Tar Heels.   NCAA women (22:16): How the Gamecocks steamrolled the Huskies.   Eric Church (46:47): Was he wrong to cancel a concert to go to the Final Four?   Afterball (1:06:51): Josh on a crazy two months in pro tennis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Hang Up and Listen
Happy Carolina, Sad Carolina

Hang Up and Listen

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 81:24


Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin discuss Kansas' win over North Carolina's in the men's basketball title game, and the Athletic's Chantel Jennings joins to talk about South Carolina's win over UConn for the women's title. Finally, they talk about Eric Church, and when it's OK for sports to trump social and professional obligations.   NCAA men (2:21): How the Jayhawks turned it around against the Tar Heels.   NCAA women (22:16): How the Gamecocks steamrolled the Huskies.   Eric Church (46:47): Was he wrong to cancel a concert to go to the Final Four?   Afterball (1:06:51): Josh on a crazy two months in pro tennis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
Hang Up: Happy Carolina, Sad Carolina

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 81:24


Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin discuss Kansas' win over North Carolina's in the men's basketball title game, and the Athletic's Chantel Jennings joins to talk about South Carolina's win over UConn for the women's title. Finally, they talk about Eric Church, and when it's OK for sports to trump social and professional obligations.   NCAA men (2:21): How the Jayhawks turned it around against the Tar Heels.   NCAA women (22:16): How the Gamecocks steamrolled the Huskies.   Eric Church (46:47): Was he wrong to cancel a concert to go to the Final Four?   Afterball (1:06:51): Josh on a crazy two months in pro tennis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ESPN Daily
South Carolina Are Women's CBB Champs + Kansas-UNC Men's Final Preview

ESPN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 39:41


Dawn Staley's South Carolina Gamecocks are your women's NCAA basketball champions! Katie Barnes joins us from Minneapolis to break down how Aliyah Boston and company steamrolled over the Huskies, and handed UConn head coach Geno Auriemma his first ever loss in a championship game. Then, Myron Medcalf sets the scene for the men's championship tonight, after a pair of semifinal matchups which saw Duke and Coach K taken down by their rival UNC in a thriller, and Villanova falling to David McCormack and the Kansas Jayhawks.