Season 2 Episode 3--- This one is out of control right from the start. We have a story that seemed creepy and perfect for this time of year the first time Cash read it but as you'll find out while listening to this episode, it mostly just makes for an entertaining story that is perfect to mock for its absurdity. With that being said, credit for this story goes to Marisa Kwiatkowski at the IndyStar. Hope you enjoy! A woman and three children who claimed to be possessed by demons. A 9-year-old boy walking backward up a wall in the presence of a family case manager and hospital nurse. Gary police Capt. Charles Austin said it was the strangest story he had ever heard. Austin, a 36-year veteran of the Gary Police Department, said he initially thought Indianapolis resident Latoya Ammons and her family concocted an elaborate tale as a way to make money. But after several visits to their home and interviews with witnesses, Austin said simply, "I am a believer." Not everyone involved with the family was inclined to believe its incredible story. And many readers will find Ammons' supernatural claims impossible to accept. But, whatever the cause of the creepy occurrences that befell the family — whether they were seized by a systematic delusion or demonic possession — it led to one of the most unusual cases ever handled by the Department of Child Services. Many of the events are detailed in nearly 800 pages of official records obtained by The Indianapolis Star and recounted in more than a dozen interviews with police, DCS personnel, psychologists, family members and a Catholic priest. Ammons, who swears by her story, has been unusually open. While she spoke on condition her children not be interviewed or named, she signed releases letting The Star review medical, psychological and official records that are not open to the public — and not always flattering. Furthermore, the family's story is made only more bizarre because it involves a DCS intervention, a string of psychological evaluations, a police investigation and, ultimately, a series of exorcisms. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/middleagedandmediocre/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/middleagedandmediocre/support
Ohio State football beat reporter Joey Kaufman speaks with Indiana Hoosier beat writer, Zach Osterman from the IndyStar, to preview the upcoming game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Indiana Hoosiers. During this episode we discuss what we can expect to see on the field on Saturday night, and provide predictions on who we think will be victorious.
Indianapolis obliterated a hapless Houston team 31-3 at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday, and IndyStar's Colts beat writer Joel A. Erickson and editor Nat Newell break down their first impressions of what it means, what might be something Indianapolis can build on and what might be a mirage.
The LOCPOD crew is back with a wide-ranging show – update on Mayor Tom's travels around IN as he campaigns for US Senate, including his speech to fellow mayors in French Lick; Tom and Kevin discuss some recent news, including IN state senator Dennis Kruse's battle with COVID and standing by his decision to not take the vaccine, Indy Star's in depth write-up about Tom, and more; Mark Anderson, the artist who designed Tom's boxing glove logo, stops by with his take on if a downstate councilman stole his logo.
Four games into the 2021 season and coming off of the Colts' first win, Indy Star beat writer Joel A. Erickson and guest host Lucas Robins of the Blue Stable take stock of where the Colts are, what they've seen and what continues to create concerns for the future.
The start of conference play is only a few days away as Penn State welcomes Indiana to Happy Valley. Joining Tyler and Sean to preview the Hoosiers is Zach Osterman of the IndyStar. They discuss Indiana's up and down season so far, if last year's game will be on the mind of either team, and much more! Tyler and Sean also give their thoughts on the player who has been the most pleasant surprise for the Nittany Lions so far this season. Follow the guys on Twitter: @seanfitz247 @TDsTake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Two games into the season, there's not a lot to like about the way the Colts have played so far. IndyStar's Colts beat writer, Joel A. Erickson, and Tucker Bitting of Pendleton, Ind., dive into the issues, trying to sift the problems that might be temporary, like the offensive line, from the problems that look like they're going to give the Colts fits the entire season, like the lack of pass rush off of the edge.
Is it time to panic? IndyStar's Colts beat writer, Joel A. Erickson, and diehard Colts fan Brent Fatig of Naperville, Ill., break down a disappointing season-opening loss to the Seahawks and try to figure out whether or not the ugliness of the opener was the real deal or merely a fluke.
(00:00-21:51) – Friday's show begins with Dan basking in his bet victory over show producer Jimmy Cook who said the IndyStar would criticize Darius Leonard for his comments on the Covid-19 vaccine. Dan also poses the question as to why the media tried to run Carson Wentz out of town but nobody said anything about Leonard's comments. (21:52-36:27) – Jason Hammer of The Hammer and Nigel Show on WIBC stops by the show to share his best bets in college football's opening weekend and shares his pick for NFL Opening Night next Thursday. Also, Dan and Jason discuss the Covid-19 vaccine situation among the Colts and the way the media is covering it. (36:28-38:36) – Hour number one ends with Dan warning listeners to take what ESPN says about head coach Mack Brown and North Carolina with a grain of salt because they are massive fans of Coach Brown. (38:37-59:06) – The Fan's own Kevin Bowen of The Fan Morning Show joins the program to give us his thoughts on the Colts and players like Carson Wentz and Darius Leonard being in the news for their stances on Covid-19. Plus, KB shares his thoughts on the massive college football opening weekend across the state. (59:07-1:14:12) – We return from break with more thoughts on the college football weekend and bets to hand out from Dan. Plus, Dan explains why he has Northwestern as his lock of the weekend. Later, Dan talks on the lack of practice reps for the Colts with Week 1 less than ten days away. (1:14:13-1:18:56) – Hour number two with Dan addressing some comments made about him by Gregg Doyel earlier this week. Plus, a caller shares their best bet for college football tonight. (1:18:57-1:40:37) – One of our favorites, former Indianapolis Colts offensive lineman and current member of the Colts Radio Network Joe Reitz stops by to share his thoughts on the Colts offensive line and the form of Carson Wentz headed into next week's season opener against Seattle. Joe also talks on where expectations should be for the Colts this season and how they can get back to dominance in the AFC South. (1:40:38-1:54:21) – Dan, Jimmy Cook and Brendan King stop by to go over their favorite bets for the college football weekend. (1:54:22-2:00:08) – The week closes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan asks listeners to help and support those in the work force over the weekend and beyond. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kevin and Curt remember our friend Robin Miller, who passed away last week at the age of 71. Kevin and Curt discuss Robin's huge influence in Indianapolis over the past 50 years and his unique personality and generosity. Curt tells stories of his time at the IndyStar with Robin and Kevin looks back on his time working with Robin at WIBC in the mid-90s and how Grid Walks came to IndyCar TV broadcasts in 2011. They continue to break down Silly Season, including the Racer.com report that Romain Grosjean will drive for Andretti Autosport in the number 28 Honda in 2022. The guys give a shoutout to Myles Rowe, who became the first Black driver to win an IndyCar-sanctioned race this past weekend in USF2000, and mention the NHRA U.S. Nationals, which return to Lucas Oil Raceway this weekend. In the second hour, Kevin and Curt dig more into free agency rumors, including if Simon Pagenaud could end up at Meyer Shank Racing and the potential for Kyle Larson to run the Indy 500 for Team Penske. Late in the show, the guys talk about Jimmie Johnson's test at Texas and if the seven-time NASCAR Cup champ could be in line to race in the Indy 500 next year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Nurse Leah joins Tina to tell the inexplicable story of a doctor and nurse couple whose wedding day went horribly wrong. From the outside looking in, Scott and Kelly seemed the perfect couple; the two worked together at Union Hospital in Terre Haute, Indiana. She was a nurse and he an anesthesiologist. They had a beautiful home and had planned a wonderful wedding. Their coworkers, friends, and family happily attended the nuptials, which quickly deteriorated with the addition of alcohol. Scott and Kelly got into an argument over money. And after his card was declined at the reception venue, Scott took off without his new bride. The party followed them back to their home, but guests quickly left after an explosive argument broke out. Tina and Leah open the show with a little chat about the fact that Leah happens to use CBD oils from CBD Stat, one of the sponsors of our podcast. They close the show honoring the life of Ebi, the nurse who created the popular Instagram account, NurseLifeRN. Please support our show by supporting our sponsors! Thank you to the American Nurses Credentialing Center for sponsoring our podcast. If you are thinking about getting certified in your nursing specialty, please go to https://pages.nursingworld.org/gnbn for more information! Thank you to Trusted Health for sponsoring this episode. Please go to https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn and fill out a profile to help support our podcast and see what opportunities are out there for you! Thank you to our new sponsor Samuel Merritt University. If you're interested in getting more information on their MSN and DNP programs and scholarships visit them at https://smumsn.com and show them how much you appreciate them for sponsoring our podcast! Thank you to CBD Stat for continuing to sponsor our podcast! If you're interested in CBD, go to https://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse and check them out! And of course our latest sponsor, Eko! Please visit them at https://ekohealth.com and use promo code GNBN for $20 off your purchase of the new Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope with Eko technology! Credits Adams, M. A. (2014, October 9). In newlyweds' murder-suicide, wife gave wrong address. The Indianapolis Star; IndyStar. https://www.indystar.com/story/news/crime/2014/10/09/newlyweds-murder-suicide-wife-gave-wrong-address/16955021/ “Bride Killa” Twice the Danger (TV Episode 2018) - IMDb. (n.d.). Www.imdb.com. Retrieved August 7, 2021, from https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7525948/ DiGiacomo, J. (2014, October 8). Murder-suicide claims Indiana doctor, nurse on wedding night, police say. CNN; CNN. https://www.cnn.com/2014/10/08/us/indiana-wedding-couple-murder-suicide/index.html Estate of Ecker v. Estate of Samson, 59 N.E.3d 282 | Casetext Search + Citator. (2016, August 25). Casetext.com. https://casetext.com/case/estate-of-ecker-v-estate-of-samson Helling, S. (2014, October 8). Indiana Doctor Kills His Wife and Himself on Wedding Night. PEOPLE.com; PEOPLE.com. https://people.com/crime/indiana-doctor-scott-samson-kills-wife-himself-on-wedding-night/ Kelly Ecker Obituary - Terre Haute, IN. (n.d.). Dignity Memorial. https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/terre-haute-in/kelly-ecker-6148630 Nye, J. (2014, October 7). Newlywed doctor married for only HOURS kills his wife and then himself MINUTES after last guest left... Mail Online; Daily Mail. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2783750/Newlywed-doctor-married-HOURS-kills-wife-MINUTES-guest-left-wedding-reception.html Once Upon A Crime Podcast. (2020). Episode 172: Till Death Do Us Part: Kelly Ecker and Scott Samson [YouTube Video]. In YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOuqclU9lUs Trigg, L. (2014, October 9). Police: Scott Samson was angered by rejected credit card transaction, left wedding reception without wife. Terre Haute Tribune-Star. https://www.tribstar.com/news/police-scott-samson-was-angered-by-rejected-credit-card-transaction-left-wedding-reception-without-wife/article_7f36bda0-4fc5-11e4-a5c9-6bd757951917.html https://www.healthleadersmedia.com/welcome-ad?toURL=/nursing/ebi-eats-dead-%E2%80%93-beloved-healthcare-influencer-who-hosted-nurse-speak-podcast-dead-leukemia
Happy Friday! The world of baseball is getting crazy, Cam Newton vs Mac Jones, PFF's Andrew Erickson joins at 12:33pm, Overs & Unders at 12:48pm, preseason betting situations, the mega CFB alliance is forming, The Athletic's Chris Vannini joins at 1:33pm, the running backs discuss the position battle, Lance Lynn explains his ejection, and covering IU with Indy Star's Zach Osterman at 2:33pm!
Insider Kyle Neddenriep is joined by Lawrence North receiver and Indiana recruit Omar Cooper, who discusses his return from knee surgery, why he picked IU and more. Neddenriep previews the week's big games and three things he is looking for in Week 1.
It's the one-year anniversary of Spain and Fitz (Take Two!) & of course Jason Fitz isn't here. He might pop by tho... Courtney Cronin fills in, she and Spain talk NFL news of the day and Joel Embiid's big contract. Plus, a Nod to the Pod with Billie Jean King and Mina Kimes on Jamal Adams, Deshaun Watson and more NFL news. The ladies go camping with ESPN730's Molly Cotten and the Panthers and The Indy Star's Jim Ayello and the Colts. And Game Changers with SF Giants coach Alyssa Nakken.
(00:00-25:27) – The show opens on a Thursday with Dan letting listeners know about a special announcement regarding his bikes for kids program, Dakich Cycles for the City. Plus, a look at an article on former IU standout Ted Kitchel in the Indy Star. Dan also talks on the Colts quarterback situation and whether faith should be had in Jacob Eason or Sam Ehlinger under center Week 1. (25:28-33:39) – A few callers ask Dan questions about Sam Ehlinger and a IU running back putting his name in the transfer portal. Plus, a look at types of golf balls we use when on the course. (33:40-39:34) – Dan reviews Deshawn Watson asking camera crews to leave him alone and later interacts with the YouTube Chat. Also, Dan does some self-reflection on his decision to go bald. (39:35-1:03:30) – The always insightful Joe Reitz of the Colts Radio Network joins the show to discuss the development of Sam Ehlinger moving up to split reps with Jacob Eason. Additionally, Dan asks Joe about the mentality of the offensive line and whether Colts fans should be concerned about that group as a whole due to injuries. Plus, a look ahead to the Colts first joint practice with the Panthers and their subsequent preseason game against Carolina this weekend. (1:03:31-1:14:31) – Dan shares some audio from Colts offensive coordinator Marcus Brady and Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus on the state of both sides of the football. Specific players discussed include Kwity Paye, Jacob Eason and Sam Ehlinger. (1:14:32-1:19:14) – The second hour closes with a look at other teams around the NFL, and later discuss whether it's better to start a rookie quarterback or have them sit behind a veteran for a year. (1:19:15-1:45:31) – The play by play voice of the Arizona Cardinals Dave Pasch joins the program to chat on the expectations for the team this season and why he feels they won't be a bad team. Pasch also talks on Larry Fitzgerald's future in the NFL, the job security of Kliff Kingsbury and how head coaches obtain job security in the NFL. Plus, a look at the expectations for 3rd year rising star QB Kyler Murray. (1:45:32-1:55:41) – We head to a phone lines once again for a question on quarterbacks the Colts could bring in if things with Eason and Ehlinger don't work out and Wentz is still injured. (1:55:42-1:58:54) – Wednesday's show ends with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Dan also asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, Dan congratulates Kevin Bowen for becoming the new co-host of The Fan Morning Show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ever since Kerri Strug and the Magnificent Seven won Olympic gold in 1996, the U.S. women's gymnastics team has been a point of pride for many Americans. But over the past five years, athletes have been coming forward with allegations of widespread abuse in the sport. Former gymnasts say they were forced to train and compete with broken bones and that they were denied food. And dozens of women have testified that they were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar, the former doctor who worked with the U.S. national team. USA Gymnastics, the governing body for elite gymnastics in the United States, has said it's working hard to change the sport's culture, but many former gymnasts say it hasn't done enough. “We have coaches and institutions and organizations and a country, frankly, that prioritize money and medals over the bodies and souls of people,” says Rachael Denhollander, a former gymnast who was the first woman to come forward publicly with accusations against Nassar. Now that we know the truth about how damaging elite gymnastics can be for young women and girls, should we change how we think about the sport? Denhollander says Simone Biles's decision to withdraw from several Olympic events might change how athletes see their own worth. “That's going to entail a lot of hard conversations,” Denhollander says. “Do you have value and identity and worth outside of your gymnastics ability? If we really, truly understand that the answer to that is yes, that lays the foundation to be able to say, ‘I can't sacrifice my value, identity, the rest of my life for this one thing.'” This week on The Experiment: When national glory comes at the expense of young women's bodies, can we still find a way to love the Olympics? This episode's guests include the Atlantic staff writer Emma Green and Rachael Denhollander, a lawyer and victims' advocate. Further reading: “The Gymnast Who Won't Let Her Daughters Do Gymnastics” A transcript of this episode will soon be made available. Please check back. Apply for The Experiment's fall internship. Applications will be accepted through August 20, 2021. Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at email@example.com. This episode was produced by Tracie Hunte and reported by Emma Green. Editing by Katherine Wells and Jenny Lawton. Fact-check by William Brennan. Sound design by David Herman, with additional engineering by Joe Plourde. Music by Keyboard (“The World Eating,” “Staying In,” “Ojima,” “Contractions,” and “My Atelier”), Ob (“Waif” and “Ghyll”), and Laundry (“Films” and “Phthalo Blue”), provided by Tasty Morsels and Nelson Nance. Additional audio from NBC Sports, NBC Nightly News, IndyStar, the Today show, The Ben Maller Show, and Dominique Moceanu.
(00:00-22:43) – Colts camp week begins on The Dan Dakich Show with reactions to the news that Colts head coach Frank Reich has tested positive for Covid-19. Dan also addresses Team USA basketball losing to France, the relationship of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, and what to expect and watch for from the Colts at training camp. (24:03-36:53) – We return from break with Dan talking on a list of top Colts players at different positions from the Indy Star and what it says about former Colts GM Ryan Grigson. Dan also talks on the Olympics to this point, including the struggles of Team USA basketball. (36:54-45:30) – Hour number one concludes with Dan talking on the chances of Team USA basketball winning Gold and a video of Tom Brady getting ready for training camp that went viral a few days ago. Also, news on Aaron Rodgers future with the Packers is evaluated. (45:31-1:10:00) – Big Joe Staysniak of The Fan Morning Show with Jeff and Big Joe stops by to discuss what impact, if any, not having head coach Frank Reich available for the start of training camp due to him testing positive for Covid-19. Big Joe also weighs in on the chances that Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson plays a down this season and whether or not a team will trade for him. (1:10:01-1:24:17) – Dan and Jimmy take a look at the QB depth charts around the NFL and where potential quarterback competitions may exist. Later, Dan shares whether or not he would play Deshaun Watson if he was running the Houston Texans. (1:24:18-1:34:23) – The second hour closes with more talk on Deshaun Watson, the Houston Texans, and whether or not Watson will be under center somewhere this season. (1:34:24-2:03:37) – The Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor joins the program to share his thoughts on head coach Frank Reich's positive Covid-19 test and what it will mean for the team's training camp. Matt also talks more on expectations for Carson Wentz this season and whether or not the Colts need to be patient with what they hope is their franchise quarterback. Also, a look at positional battles to keep an eye on at Colts camp. Later, Dan discusses what the Green Bay Packers should do with Aaron Rodgers and examines what will happen between Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans. Dan and show producer Jimmy Cook go over potential options available to the Texans and whether a team would actually trade for Watson at this stage. (2:03:38-2:08:58) – Dan talks more on Deshaun Watson and also looks at Colts camp without Frank Reich, due to the head coach testing positive for Covid-19. (1:57:44-2:17:30) – Monday's show concludes with Dan sharing results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan and Jimmy discuss Olympic matchups in primetime tonight and Team USA's chances at winning Gold in basketball. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the first full hour of Indiana Sports Talk, Brendan King returned the host chair for Coach Bob Lovell. Brendan is first joined by WHME's Chuck Freeby to preview some interesting teams ahead of the upcoming IHSAA Football Season and the feeling of returning to Notre Dame Stadium with potential full capacity on September 11th. Also, Chuck discussed some of the toughest matchups for the Irish, including Cincinnati on October 2nd and North Carolina on October 30th, and how well Jack Coan will do in his first year as the signal caller for ND. David Woods from the Indy Star called in the bottom of the hour to give his perspective on the Tokyo Olympics, and how different the opening ceremonies were without fans. The voice of the Indianapolis Indians Howard Kellman reviewed the Tribes loss to Toledo 6-4, Tanner Anderson returning to the bullpen, and the struggles for Mitch Keller on the mound. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Rock's WWE return date has reportedly been revealed. We have more detailson CM Punk's comeback talks. AEW have signed a popular indy star to a full time contract. A former IMPACT Champion is leaving the company for new challenges. Plus we have details on WWE's plans for a Queen Of The Ring tournament.Tom Campbell takes a look at all the latest wrestling news from WWE, AEW, IMPACT Wrestling, New Japan and around the wrestling world. Get the most up-do-date wrestling news from Cultaholic.com or our social platforms.Watch us: Youtube.com/Cultaholic | Twitch.tv/CultaholicSupport us: Patreon.com/Cultaholic | CultaholicShop.comFollow us: Twitter.com/Cultaholic | Facebook.com/Cultaholic | Instagram.com/CultaholicWrestling See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we're in Indiana discussing the most documented case of demonic possession in the US. Then, we'll talk about an IU Freshman who went on a morning bike ride and seemingly vanished. So buckle up and join us on this dark and twisted ride through the Crossroads of America. CW: Mention of Violence and Murder You may now join us on Patreon or Buy us a Cocktail. Be sure to subscribe on Apple and leave a review, or, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! Check out our website www.unitedstatesofmurder.com Sources: Indy Star, Independent.co, NWI Times, ID, Indy Star, Medium, Unsolved Mysteries, Court Records, AP News, Reporter Times, Indiana Public Media, Indiana University Music from Pixabay If you're ever in Little Rock, be sure to head to Lucky Lou's! Tell them we sent ya! Also, follow Sergio, Artist, and Best Paloma Mixer --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unitedstatesofmurder/support
In the first hour of Indiana Sports Talk, Jimmy Cook talked with J Michael of the IndyStar to chat about the Pacers possible moves at number thirteen, who he sees staying and who is going in free agency and who the Pacers should take in this year's draft. Later on, Beau Estes of ESPN's Top Ten called in to talk the NBA Finals with Jimmy, the health and safety protocols before Saturday night's game, and Team USA. Tony East from Forbes joined the show to breakdown the Pacers ahead of the NBA offseason and what prospect would work best for new coach Rick Carlisle. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Another weekend, another jam packed Friday on Indiana Sports. Brendan King is back with coach Bob Lovell still on vacation and he starts the show with a recap of his week and a return to minor league ball in South Bend. You'll hear from the crew including producer Josh Mullenix and Corbin Lingenfelter on the updates as well as the movie that they must watch when they come across it on TV. Josh and BK chat about the Open Championship. The Indy Star's Kyle Neddenriep joins the show to talk about the upcoming IHSAA football season and the sleeper teams and quarterbacks to watch this fall. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
THE IMPOSSIBLE IS NO MORE!!!! The Gas Bags got a win last night behind a walk-off from Nicky V and Jeff Greer, him, and the texters celebrate The Indy Star's Zach Osterman also joins to talk some IU athletics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00-24:39) – Wednesday's show begins with Dan sharing his thoughts on the All-Star Game and the fact that uniforms aren't the jersey each of the players would wear for their team during the regular season. Dan also looks at a piece in the Indy Star about the Top 10 Colts cornerbacks of all time and how #1 on that list is Vontae Davis, acquired by former Colts GM Ryan Grigson. (24:40-38:26) – Dan talks on the play of Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo over the first three games of the NBA Finals. Plus, a look at drama between the Green Bay Packers and star quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Later, Dan and Jimmy talk on hard labor work around the house. (38:27-45:58) – We head to the phone lines to end hour number one with their most manly work they have done this week. (45:59-1:08:08) – The great Seth Greenberg of ESPN stops to discuss the NBA Finals, the chances of Gold for Team USA in basketball at the Olympics, and the slow moving news in the world of NIL in the college athletics. (1:08:09-1:21:57) – We return from break with callers talking more on the MLB All-Star Game not having players where their team jerseys and instead wearing a jersey for the National League or American League. Also, a regular caller joins the program to question Dan on his 12-5 predication for the Colts this season. (1:21:58-1:29:06) – Hour number two concludes with Dan taking some more phone calls from listeners and sharing where he sees 12 wins occurring for the Colts. (1:29:07-1:53:58) – Our friend Jason Benetti of ESPN and the TV Voice of the Chicago White Sox joins to discuss last night's MLB All-Star Game, whether the MLB made the right choice in giving the players National League and American League jerseys and how he feels on players being mic'd up. Also, Dan and Jason share their thoughts on driverless cars. (1:53:59-2:07:58) – The gifted Burrstradamus aka Ryan Burr hands out his best bets for the final golf major of the year, The 149th Edition of The Open Championship at Royal St George's. (2:07:59-2:14:40) – Wednesday's show closes with Dan revealing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan and Jimmy talk more on The Open Championship which starts tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
[audio mp3="https://dehayf5mhw1h7.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/400/2021/07/13180022/TBS-07-13.mp3"][/audio] Todd and Alex recap last night's entreating Home Run Derby. Pete Alonso does it again! Also, we stop in Bloomington, IN to preview the Hoosiers with Zach Osterman of the Indy Star on today's Countdown 2 Kickoff.
In the final hour of Indiana Sports Talk, Allen Bestwick joins the show after calling the SRX race at Lucas Oil Raceway in Brownsburg, Indiana. Bestwick shares his thoughts on the product of SRX so far and how fun the new series is for the fans. Then, Brad and Allen throw it back to the 4th of July in 2001. MRN Radio voice Alex Hayden follows Bestwick from Wisconsin to talk about Chip Ganassi selling his NASCAR operation and what it might mean about the business side of the sport going forward and what happened today at Road America. To bookend a busy night on Indiana Sports Talk, the Indy Star's David Woods joins the show to talk about a busy month covering Olympic qualifiers, athletes from the state of Indiana who will be representing the United States of America and the possibility of Indianapolis being involved in hosting the Olympics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's podcast Adam and Tony break down Rick Carlisle's latest interviews in the Indystar and The Athletic, potential assistant coaches and possible roster changes under the new coach. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(00:00-23:31) – With Dan in Chicago for the day, The Fan's own Kevin Bowen guest hosts off the bench. KB talks about the rumored candidates for the Pacers head coaching position and the importance of being successful in this year's NBA Draft. Kevin and show producer Jimmy Cook go back and forth on the Pacers chances at landing a Top 4 pick in tonight's NBA Draft lottery and which of the rumored candidates they would like to have. (23:32-42:35) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to reflect on times that the Colts secured the Number 1 Pick in the NFL Draft and why luck has so much to do with landing a top pick in any draft regardless of the sport. (42:36-44:42) – A quick segment sees Kevin Bowen looking ahead to the rest of today's show and talking more on the Colts offseason. (44:43-1:09:37) – The second hour opens with KB reflecting back on the tenure of former Colts GM Ryan Grigson and where things went wrong during that time. Kevin also talks on Dan's chat with Ryan last week and shares his thoughts on that conversation. KB dives deep into his track record as a GM and how poor his drafts were. Later, KB and Jimmy play a game of All Day or No Way featuring topics on the Pacers head coaching search, the team's draft lottery chances, and the future of the Philadelphia 76ers. (1:09:38-1:23:55) – Kevin Bowen dives into what the Colts have done this offseason, including the trade to acquire Carson Wentz from the Philadelphia Eagles. (1:23:26-1:29:58) – The second hour closes with more thoughts on the Colts offseason and a couple questions on the Pacers from YouTube chat members. (1:29:59-1:52:11) – Jeremiah Johnson of Bally Sports Indiana stops by to talk on the Pacers draft lottery hopes and the team's search for its next head coach. Plus, Jeremiah weighs in on the rumored candidates for the job and evaluates which free agent will be the hardest for the Pacers to replace (should they end up somewhere else). (1:52:12-2:06:01) – KB shares an announcement from the Colts regarding upcoming plans for joint practices. Plus KB and Jimmy discuss the play of Julio Jones against the Colts during his career and whether or not you to put stock into a certain player having success against your team. Plus, a caller talks about the US Open and the Western Conference Finals with KB. (2:06:02-2:22:30) – Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, KB asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Gregg Doyel of the Indy Star stops by to talk on his latest story asking the IHSAA to rename the Arthur Trester Award, the award given to a player during the basketball state finals who excels in mental attitude, scholarship, leadership and basketball ability. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gary Parrish of CBS joins Jeff Greer to talk some NBA, and Coach K stepping down. The Indy Star's Zach Osterman also joins to talk some Brad Stevens, Mike Woodson, and IU. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00-50:01) – Friday’s show begins with Dan live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway chatting with the founder of Barstool Sports Dave Portnoy who shares stories on how Barstool was started, how it’s stayed successful, and what the future holds for them. Also, Dave talks on his initiative during the Covid-19 pandemic that helped small businesses all over the country. Other topics include what Dave still has on his list of goals, the expectations for Barstool Sportsbook, and a smorgasbord of other topics. (50:02-1:02:48) – With everything back on schedule we return from break with a visit from Indy’s own Jake Query of the IMS Radio Network. Jake takes us through what it’s like to be a part of the Indy 500 broadcast and how he prepares for it all. Jake also takes us through surviving a heart attack he suffered last year and how he’s recovered and tried to help people be aware of the signs and signals. (1:02:49-1:18:27)– WIBC’s Jason Hammer of the Hammer and Nigel Show stops by to share a new game he has called because of Dan Dakich, where he takes Indy Star headlines and adds “Because of Dan Dakich” to the end of the headline. Hammer also reveals his plans for the race and shares some of his best bets for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. (1:18:28-1:26:23) – Dan talks with show producer Jimmy Cook about who they have selected to win the Indy 500. Plus, Dan reminds fans to come out to the track if they can as he’s live from the Speedway for Carb Day. (1:26:24-1:54:15) – Our friend Mike Tirico of NBC Sports joins Dan live at IMS to share some stories from his time covering the event, what it feels like to be back at live sports with fans in attendance, and how he prepares to host the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Also, Dan and Mike discuss how procedures during the pandemic will benefit the fan experiences at sports venues across the country. (1:54:16-2:05:16) – Mike Tirico returns for another segment as Jimmy asks him and Dan questions from this week’s All Day or No Way list. Topics include Pacers head coach Nate Bjorkgren, Carson Wentz, and the Indy 500 to name a few. (2:05:17-2:10:14) – Friday’s show concludes with Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Also, Dan shares his final thoughts heading into the 105th Running of the Indianapolis 500. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If Colts first round pick Kwity Paye attacks quarterbacks as well as he expresses his joy about playing for the Colts, opponents are in trouble. Indy 500 not sold out after all! Where does Assembly Hall rank on my list among college basketball arenas? Indy Star reports Kevin Pritchard will return, and that is a good thing! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
The Good The Bad The Dumb...#TomBrady absolutely buried #AaronRodgers on #Twitter with a barrage of #TheMatch tweets; #JJAbrams hints that his #StarWars trilogy would have been better had it had a plan; it's like the military is telling us all the #UFO info they have because their not getting the response out of us they wantTony & Ronn give a first look at The MatchGuest: Nathan Brown, motor sports insider for the IndyStar and USA Today joins the show to preview the #Indianapolis500
(00:00-23:48) – Wednesday’s show begins with Dan making a proposal to the IndyStar. Also, Dan talks on the play of 22 year old phenom Luka Dončić of the Dallas Mavericks who continues to show out in the NBA Playoffs. Later, Dan looks at what Carson Wentz needs to bring to the table for the Colts this season, particularly with his career, for the most part, being injury riddle to this point. (23:49-38:55) – Our friend Kent Sterling stops by to hand out his win loss record for the Colts in the 2021 season. Additionally, Kent weighs in on whether or not Indiana Pacers head coach Nate Bjorkgren will still be the head coach next season. (38:56-41:01) – In a quick segment Dan looks ahead to the rest of today’s show. (41:02-1:03:46) – The second hour opens with Dan updating on the CBD purchase that he was scammed on a few weeks back. Plus, callers discuss the future of the Indiana Pacers with Dan. (1:03:47-1:15:46)– 2018 Indy 500 Winner Will Power of Team Penske joins the show to take us through him making the field on the final day of qualifying. Additionally, Will takes us through his prep and how he feels about his car going into the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. (1:15:47-1:23:14) – Hour two concludes with Dan and Jimmy discussing mid-major schools’ frustrations with the transfer portal. Plus, The Fan’s own Brendan King gets hyped up for the Florida Panthers win or game Game 6 against the defending Stanley Cup Champions the Tampa Bay Lightning. (1:23:15-1:46:00) – The great Seth Greenberg takes some time out of his play on the links to discuss Dan’s new found interest in hockey. Plus, Dan and Seth talk about the frustration of mid major schools regarding the transfer portal. Later, Dan’s daughter Laura calls in to explain why she fell asleep during the Nashville Predators’ playoff game last night despite saying she is a fan of the team. (1:46:01-1:57:16) – Kevin Lee of NBC Sports joins the program to share what he’s seen from the drivers leading up to the 105th Running of the Indianapolis 500. Kevin also hands out some drivers he feels have a good shot to throw back some milk and raise the Borg-Warner Trophy in victory lane on Sunday. (1:57:17-2:05:42) – Wednesday’s show ends with Dan sharing the results from today’s Race of the Day from Indiana Grand Racing and Casino. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Also, Dan closes the show by talking on the wager he’s made with the Indy Star and reminding people about former IUBB manager Andy Murphy who is in a battle with ALS and how you can help out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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(00:00-21:44) – Monday’s show opens with Dan discussing the latest article written about him in the IndyStar on his door dashing and questions why they aren’t interested in writing something positive about things he’s involved like Dakich Cycles for the City (the bikes program for kids that he and the lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich founded). (21:45-35:42) – The 21 year old Colton Herta of Andretti Autosport stops by to take us through his earning of a front row spot in the Indy 500 starting grid. Colton also takes us through his mindset heading into the race and what his pre-race routine involves. (35:43-43:22) – Dan reveals what his summer drink of choice is this year in what he’s calling Danny D’s summer of fun. Plus, some thoughts on the current state of the Colts. (43:23-1:07:30) – Two-time US Open Champion Andy North joins to take us through Phil Mickelson’s historic win at the PGA Championship yesterday that made Phil the oldest golfer to ever in a Major Championship. (1:07:31-1:18:38)– The 2014 Winner of the Indianapolis 500 Ryan Hunter-Reay of Andretti Autosport visits the program to share how winning the 500 changed his career and discuss if what row you’re in impacts prep for the race. (1:18:39-1:25:05) – The second hour concludes with Dan taking a phone call about the latest article on him in the IndyStar. (1:25:06-1:49:52) – 2016 Indy 500 Winner Alexander Rossi of Andretti Autosport stops by to take us through his positioning for the 105th Running of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Alex tells about his time on the Amazing Race and if he’s ever thought about doing anything else related to reality TV. (1:49:53-2:02:30) – The lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich stops by the show to talk more on the ridiculousness of the Indy Star’s coverage of Dan and calls for the Star and others to help out with the Dakich Cycles for the City Bikes Program (2:02:31-2:05:30) – Monday’s show ends with Dan sharing the results from today’s Race of the Day from Indiana Grand Racing and Casino. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode, Evan is joined by IndyStar's Jim Ayello to examine how the Colts potentially upgraded their roster for 2021 and beyond. These transactions all get an in-depth look from Evan and Jim: Philip Rivers to Carson Wentz, Anthony Castonzo to Eric Fisher, Justin Houston to Kwity Paye, Trey Burton to Kylen Granson, and Denico Autry to Tyquan Lewis / Dayo Odeyingbo. How has Indy set themselves up as these positions for the long-term? Closing out the show, Evan and Jim go over Indy's potential Week 1 starters. Outside of left tackle currently being a question mark due to Eric Fisher's Achilles rehab, which could sideline him on the PUP list to start, how does the offense and defense stack up on paper? All of this, plus so much more, in a jam-packed episode going over the latest Indianapolis Colts news! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Our final installment of this three-part series features an interview with Tim Evans and Robert Scheer Indianapolis Star reporter and photo journalist respectively. Both of our guests interviewed dozens of women who came forward to report emotional and sexual abuse perpetrated by Larry Nassar and other USA Gymnastics team doctors. Tim and Robert share details with Shaunestte about how this story began, the discoveries the team made through the depth of their investigation, and the detailed checks and balances that journalists must adhere to in order to responsibly report a story. Host- Shaunestte Terrell Guests- Tim Evans and Robert Scheer Tim Evans is an investigative reporter at The Indianapolis Star and a member of the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame. Since joining The Star in 1997, he has reported extensively on issues related to child welfare, sexual abuse and the criminal justice system. Evans was a member of the IndyStar investigative team that uncovered widespread sexual abuse in gymnastics and the crimes of Larry Nassar and is profiled in the Netflix documentary Athlete A. In addition to reporting, Evans heads IndyStar Call for Action. The free consumer helpline has saved or recovered more than $1.5 million for Hoosiers since 2016. His work has been recognized with dozens of state and national awards, including the Casey Medal for reporting on children's issues from the University of Maryland’s Journalism Center on Children & Families and Annie E. Casey Foundation; the Tom Renner Award for criminal justice reporting and the IRE Medal, the highest honor bestowed by Investigative Reporters and Editors; the Free Expression Award from the Freedom Forum Institute and Newseum; the Medal of Freedom from the University of Missouri School of Journalism; and Indiana Journalist of the Year from the Society of Professional Journalists. Evans and his wife, the Rev. Jennifer Evans, live in Brownsburg and are parents of an adult son, Morgan Evans. Robert Scheer was raised in California, and while earning a biology degree from Humboldt State University, took a photo class on a whim and worked toward becoming a photojournalist. After working at several small Northern California newspapers, he joined the Indianapolis Star as a staff photographer in 1998, where he currently works. An early advocate for newspaper video, his still, multimedia, and mobile work have sent him to news and sporting events in Iraq, Greece, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, and most large cities of the United States. In recent years, he has worked on IndyStar investigations into the deer breeding industry, the underregulated world of pet medicines, and with a team of four colleagues, broke major investigations on USA Gymnastics and disgraced team doctor Larry Nassar. Scheer has worked as an adjunct college professor, volunteers as an ESL tutor, and does outdoor things like cycling and backpacking.
(00:00-22:11) – Monday’s show opens with Dan reacting to the direction of the Colts following the NFL Draft over the weekend. Dan looks through the selections the Colts made and talks on which ones he’s most intrigued by. Plus, audio from Chris Ballard, Frank Reich, and Jim Irsay post draft. (22:12-35:13) – Dan’s longtime friend and college roommate Roger Wallace of KXAN in Austin, Texas drops by to discuss the Colts selecting QB Sam Ehlinger and TE Kylen Granson. Also, Roger shares what he believes is the best Uwe Blab of all time. (35:14-45:39) – The first hour ends with Dan playing a clip from Dayo Odeyingbo on getting the call from the Colts before he was selected. Plus, more thoughts from Dan on the selections the Colts made in the draft. (45:40-1:07:50) – Friend of the show Gregg Doyel of the IndyStar stops by to share his thoughts on the Colts draft and offseason as a whole. Gregg is one of the few that view the offseason in a negative light and explains his rationale with Dan. (1:07:51-1:21:53)– We head to the phone lines as callers share why they feel Carson Wentz is going to be better in Indy than he was in Philadelphia. (1:21:54-1:31:05) – Dan reads some comments from fans on YouTube regarding the state of the Colts following the NFL Draft. (1:31:06-1:54:08) – The Fan’s Big Joe Staysniak of The Fan Morning Show with Jeff and Big Joe joins the program to evaluate the Colts draft selections and discuss the biggest needs still remaining for the team. Big Joe also looks at the status of the Colts Offensive Line following the draft. (1:54:09-2:09:49) – Dan looks at the comments by LeBron James on the Play-In Tournament in the NBA. Also, a listener asks Dan about his routes on Door Dash and where he prefers to pick up stuff from. (2:09:50-2:18:24) – Monday’s show ends with Dan sharing the results from today’s Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Parlay of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-10:34) – Dan’s longtime friend and college roommate Roger Wallace of KXAN in Austin, Texas drops by to discuss the Colts selecting QB Sam Ehlinger and TE Kylen Granson. Also, Roger shares what he believes is the best Uwe Blab of all time. (10:35-31:50) – Friend of the show Gregg Doyel of the IndyStar stops by to share his thoughts on the Colts draft and offseason as a whole. Gregg is one of the few that view the offseason in a negative light and explains his rationale with Dan. (31:51-44:29) – The Fan’s Big Joe Staysniak of The Fan Morning Show with Jeff and Big Joe joins the program to evaluate the Colts draft selections and discuss the biggest needs still remaining for the team. Big Joe also looks at the status of the Colts Offensive Line following the draft. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tune in to this first in a series of episodes about the Netflix documentary Athlete A and the sexual abuse of female athletes at USA Gymnastics. We will discuss the toxic culture, cover-ups, and overall failure to protect these girls from sexual predators like team physician Larry Nassar, coach John Geddert and others. In this episode Shaunestte and producer Jaime will talk about the culture of USA Gymnastics under president Steve Penny’s leadership and the IndyStar investigation that brought USA Gymnastics negligence to light and ultimately stopped serial sexual predator and team doctor Larry Nassar from abusing female athletes under the guise of medical care. Host- Shaunestte Terrell
(00:00-21:51) – Dan’s back in-studio on a Tuesday following remote shows during Friday and Monday of the NCAA Tournament. He reviews the lackluster performance by the Big Ten in the Big Dance and examines some of the most dominant performances of March Madness. Dan also calls out whoever was in charge of the NCAA Women’s Tournament for the disparity in workout facilities and food compared to the Men’s Tournament. (24:53-35:07) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the show to talk on the Colts moves in free agency to this point and what else he would like to see from them between now and the NFL Draft. (35:08-42:11) – The first hour closes out with phone calls on the IU coaching search and the state of the Indiana Pacers. (42:12-1:06:36) – Our friend Jason Benetti of ESPN joins the show to take us through his thoughts on March Madness heading into the Sweet 16. Jason and Dan also discuss the disappointing performance of the Big Ten in the NCAA Tournament and reflect on their favorite moments to this point. (1:06:37-1:23:13)– The hall of famer Coach Jim Boeheim stops by to take us through Syracuse heading back to the Sweet 16. Coach also talks on how teams prepare for the second week of the tournament and what makes his 2-3 Zone so perplexing for opponents in March. (1:23:14-1:24:19) – Hour number two closes with quick thoughts on the Indiana coaching search and a look ahead to the rest of today’s show. (1:24:20-1:52:50) – Our guy Gregg Doyel of the Indy Star stops by to share his latest thoughts on the Indiana basketball head coaching search and discuss the latest rumors surrounding the search. Gregg also give us his break down of the NCAA Tournament through the first two rounds. (1:52:51-2:03:45) – Dan shares his thoughts on those NCAA players that complained about what they received from the NCAA in terms of bags with merchandise in it from the NCAA. Dan ties it back to the bigger issue with how tough the past year has been on Americans as a whole. (2:03:46-2:09:41) – Dan closes the show on a Tuesday by asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of The JCook Parlay of the Day. Plus, Dan shares his plans to drive for Door Dash after the show and discuss what he would do if he was the next head coach at Indiana. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-24:16) – Our friend Jason Benetti of ESPN joins the show to take us through his thoughts on March Madness heading into the Sweet 16. Jason and Dan also discuss the disappointing performance of the Big Ten in the NCAA Tournament and reflect on their favorite moments to this point. (24:17-40:47) – The hall of famer Coach Jim Boeheim stops by to take us through Syracuse heading back to the Sweet 16. Coach also talks on how teams prepare for the second week of the tournament and what makes his 2-3 Zone so perplexing for opponents in March. (40:48-1:08:56) – Our guy Gregg Doyel of the Indy Star stops by to share his latest thoughts on the Indiana basketball head coaching search and discuss the latest rumors surrounding the search. Gregg also give us his break down of the NCAA Tournament through the first two rounds. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by Indy Star's David Woods to figure out why Butler has struggled this season, their surprise win over Villanova on Sunday, LaVall Jordan's job performance thus far, if the team can right the ship next season and much more. Then, Detroit Free Press' Chris Solari joins the program to figure out the Michigan State offensive woes, the issues of not having a steady point guard in East Lansing, why the Spartans find themselves on the March Madness bubble, Tom Izzo's performance this season and much more. More about The Chase Thomas Podcast: About the Show The Chase Thomas Podcast On Patreon The Chase Thomas Podcast on Instagram The Chase Thomas Podcast on Twitter The Chase Thomas Podcast on Facebook The Chase Thomas Podcast on YouTube