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4th president of the United States

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Path to Liberty
James Madison vs Federal Gun Control

Path to Liberty

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2023 38:30


Zero. That's the number of federal gun control measures authorized by the Constitution. But they're not going to end themselves. As the “Father of the Constitution” told us - it's up to the people and the states to get the job done. The post James Madison vs Federal Gun Control first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 712: Commanders fall to 4-9 with 45-15 loss to Miami Dolphins and much more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2023 76:12


11:40 - Commanders: deep dive on the performance of quarterback Sam Howell in the 45-15 loss to the Miami Dolphins 25:30 - Commanders: discussion of a variety of items from the 45-15 loss to the Miami Dolphins, including receiver Terry McLaurin having no receptions on three targets and the Commanders' defense in head coach Ron Rivera's debut as the team's defensive coordinator getting shredded 43:04 - College Football: reaction to the bowl-game selections for Maryland, No. 23 Liberty, James Madison, Virginia Tech and Old Dominion 50:57 - Capitals: analysis of a 4-1 loss at the Vegas Golden Knights that included the demotion and benching of center Evgeny Kuznetsov 55:22 - Wizards: thoughts on a 130-125 loss at the Orlando Magic 01:02:17 - College Basketball: breakdowns of Maryland's 65-53 loss at Indiana, Georgetown's 84-83 loss to TCU on a last-second three that should not have counted, Virginia's 84-62 win over Syracuse, Virginia Tech's 75-68 win over Louisville and No. 22 James Madison's 130-59 win over Division III Keystone College Call Nova Fireplace And Stove at 571-513-3803, mention that Al Galdi sent ya, and receive $1,000 off select in-stock gas inserts and $1,000 off select in-stock wood inserts Whatever your dermatological needs, call Dr. George Verghese and the Mid-Atlantic Skin-Surgery Institute Of Maryland at 301-396-3401 and mention that Al Galdi sent ya! Visit UnderdogFantasy.com or download the Underdog Fantasy app, sign up and use the promo code "Galdi" for Underdog Fantasy to double your first deposit with up to $100 in bonus cash when you make a first deposit of at least $10! Download the Gametime app, create an account and use the promo code "Al Galdi" for $20 off your first purchase! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Mind Your Banners
Mind Your Banners Special: IU hires Curt Cignetti as new football coach

Mind Your Banners

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2023 12:45


Zach Osterman and Mike Niziolek offer first-blush thoughts on Indiana's decision to hire James Madison's Curt Cignetti as its next head football coach.

The Hoosier Sound | IU Sports Podcast
IUFB Hires Curt Cignetti As Head Coach! Was This The Right Move or Nah? [316]

The Hoosier Sound | IU Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2023 66:50


*Like, subscribe, comment, and follow us on social media!*On Thursday, IU athletic director Scott Dolson made a much-anticipated decision, hiring James Madison coach Curt Cignetti to take over as the 30th head coach in Indiana football history. Nithin and Matt discuss the move, as well as IU football's prospects in a new era of the Big Ten. Is life easier or harder now? What should expectations look like in 2024?WEBSITE: https://www.indianahq.com/• Twitter: https://twitter.com/thehoosiersound• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehoosiersound/• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiana.hq/• iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1282226985?mt=2&ls=1• Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5zcHJlYWtlci5jb20vc2hvdy8yNjc3NTkyL2VwaXNvZGVzL2ZlZWQ• Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0lk71fzLgbLP76iPNA14cP• iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound-28550408/?cmp=web_share• TuneIn Radio: http://tun.in/pi2cE• Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound

Locked On Hoosiers - Daily Podcast On Indiana Hoosiers Football & Basketball
BREAKING NEWS: Indiana Hires Curt Cignetti as Next Head Football Coach

Locked On Hoosiers - Daily Podcast On Indiana Hoosiers Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2023 13:18


On this BONUS episode of Locked On Hoosiers, Jacob Goins reacts to the Breaking News of Indiana hiring Curt Cignetti from James Madison as the next Head Football Coach. We discuss the excitement around the fanbase early on, and give the reasons why Indiana decided on Cignetti over others like Jason Candle and Paul Chryst. All that and more on the BONUS episode of Locked On Hoosiers! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. Terms and conditions apply. eBay Motors With all the parts you need at the prices you want, it's easy to turn your car into the MVP and bring home that win. Keep your ride-or-die alive at EbayMotors.com. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. PrizePicks Go to PrizePicks.com/lockedoncollege and use code lockedoncollege for a first deposit match up to $100! Daily Fantasy Sports Made Easy! Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase. FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

La ContraHistoria
Kissinger y la ‘realpolitik’

La ContraHistoria

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2023 79:56


No es habitual que un simple secretario de Estado se asegure la inmortalidad. De los 71 que han pasado por el cargo sólo un puñado se recuerdan con nombre y apellidos. Algunos porque tras ser secretarios de Estado accedieron a la presidencia. Ese fue el caso de James Madison, John Quincy Adams o James Monroe. Otros porque les tocó lidiar con asuntos de la máxima importancia en periodos convulsos. Cordel Hull, por ejemplo, fue el secretario de Estado de Franklin Delano Roosevelt durante más de una década, desde 1933 hasta finales de 1944. Casi toda la segunda guerra mundial pasó por la mesa de su despacho y sus gestiones alumbraron la Organización de las Naciones Unidas. Poco después entre Dean Acheson y John Foster Dulles se encargaron de diseñar la arquitectura de posguerra. Hombres singulares para momentos críticos. Esa es la razón por la que se les recuerda. Con Henry Kissinger sucedió algo similar, pero con él se dieron algunas peculiaridades. La primera que entre su salida de la Casa Blanca y su muerte transcurrió casi medio siglo, tiempo más que suficiente para pasar al olvido. Pero no fue así. Kissinger se las apañó durante todo ese tiempo para estar siempre de actualidad. La segunda su origen. Kissinger no era estadounidense de nacimiento, sino alemán. Vino al mundo en una pequeña ciudad de Baviera en 1923. No pertenecía a la burguesía acomodada ni tenía relación alguna con el poder. Su padre era un simple maestro de escuela que decidió marcharse junto a toda su familia unos años después de que los nazis llegasen a la cancillería. Una vez en Estados Unidos los Kissinger se establecieron en Nueva York. Allí el joven Heinz, el nombre que figuraba en su certificado de nacimiento, hizo la educación secundaria y estudió contabilidad con la idea de emplearse en alguna empresa de la City. Había llegado a Estados Unidos con quince años, hablaba inglés a la perfección, pero mantenía un ligero acento alemán que le acompañó hasta su muerte. No parecía alguien llamado a grandes gestas, un contable judeoalemán, emigrante de primera generación y extracción modesta. Pero en 1941 Estados Unidos entró en la guerra. Año y medio después fue llamado a filas y asignado en los servicios de inteligencia. Tres años pasó en Europa y llegó incluso a gobernar de forma interina la ciudad de Krefeld, en el valle del Rin, ya que los aliados no tenían demasiados efectivos que hablasen alemán con fluidez. En la guerra descubrió su verdadera vocación, la de entender cómo funcionaba el mundo y pensar el modo de influir sobre los acontecimientos. Se empleó como analista en la Fundación Rockefeller y eso le llevó de cabeza a la política. Nelson Rockefeller, el nieto del fundador de la Standard Oil, aspiraba a la presidencia del país y fichó a Kissinger como uno de sus asesores. Fracasó tres veces, pero su contrincante, un californiano llamado Richard Nixon, se fijó en el brillante consejero de Rockefeller y le llamó a su lado. Le puso al frente de la oficina de Seguridad Nacional y luego le nombró secretario de Estado. Desde ahí desplegó la doctrina de la “realpolitik”, en virtud de la cual, la política exterior no debía dirigirse desde los sentimientos ni las convicciones morales, sino desde la evaluación correcta de las fuerzas propias y ajenas. Eso le llevó a aconsejar a Nixon que se entendiese con la China popular, que serviría de valladar frente a los soviéticos. Se bautizó a aquella política como distensión. La guerra fría iba para largo y ambas potencias tenían que convivir respetando mutuamente sus áreas de influencia. La URSS recogió el guante y aceptó esa distensión. Pero mientras aflojaba la rivalidad entre Estados Unidos y la Unión Soviética en otras partes del mundo surgieron infinidad de problemas. Algunos heredados como la guerra de Vietnam, a la que Kissinger puso fin llevándose como premio un Nobel de la Paz, o el conflicto entre árabes e israelíes, que resolvió magistralmente forjando un acuerdo histórico entre Anwar el-Sadat y Menájem Beguin. Otros eran de nuevo cuño como la guerra de independencia de Bangladés o las dictaduras militares en Hispanoamérica. Kissinger combinó grandes aciertos con errores estrepitosos, pero esto último no le impidió convertirse en una celebridad mundial y un autor de éxito. Su historia personal es en buena medida la historia de un siglo. Eso mismo es lo que vamos a ver hoy en La ContraHistoria. 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The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
IU Hires JMU's Curt Cignetti + Road Trip with Joe Rexrode! Dave Revsine, Aaron Torres, and Matt Taylor Join!

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 136:02


(00:00-23:13) – Query & Company opens on a Thursday with Jake Query and Jimmy Cook welcoming producer Eddie Garrison back from his time off. After Eddie asks them a question regarding a statement his girlfriend made towards him, they touch on the look of the Colts offense without Jonathan Taylor and the environment last night in Arkansas' win over Duke in college basketball. (23:13-41:01) – Like we do every week on Query & Company, we take the show on the road to Tennessee with Joe Rexrode of The Athletic to access where the Titans are at right now with Will Levis, debates if Tennessee would draft a quarterback in this upcoming draft if they fell in love with one, evaluated how DeAndre Hopkins has played for Mike Vrabel this season, and is asked what the future holds for Derrick Henry after this season is over with him becoming a free agent. (41:01-46:26) – Hour one concludes with Jake and Jimmy sharing stories of their experiences attending a game at Rupp Arena in connection to students last night storming the court at Arkansas. (46:26-1:09:45) – Fox Sports Radio's Aaron Torres joins Jake and Jimmy on a Thursday to join the conversation the guys had to start off the segment pertaining to how credit transfers work for student-athletes transferring from one institution to Stanford or another top tier academic institution. Additionally, he touches on who he thinks will make the College Football Playoff, and his initial thoughts on the type of coach IU is getting in Curt Cignetti from James Madison. (1:09:45-1:28:56) – Big Ten Network's Dave Revsine joins Query & Company ahead of the Big Ten Championship this weekend to preview Michigan vs Iowa from Lucas Oil Stadium, share his thoughts on the rumored hiring of James Madison's Curt Cignetti as the coach of the Indiana Hoosiers, how the blueprint for Cignetti to succeed at Indiana is there because of NIL and the transfer portal, and dissects whether he thinks Ohio State can find a way to make it into the College Football Playoff despite being ranked sixth in the latest rankings. (1:28:56-1:29:23) – The one o'clock hour quickly concludes with Jake wrapping up the second hour of the show and previewing the final hour of the program. (1:29:23-2:01:11) – Radio voice of the Indianapolis Colts in Matt Taylor makes his weekly stop on Query & Company to explain why he wants the tight ends to become more involved in the offense this week and going forward, why it's so critical for Gardner Minshew to take care of the football against the Titans, how Dayo Odeyingbo has really impressed him the last month of the season, and shares his expectations for what the Colts will do offensively this week in the second matchup against Tennessee compared to the first go around that featured both Anthony Richardson and Minshew. (2:01:11-2:09:43) – Following their conversation with Matt Taylor, Jake and Jimmy dive into their thoughts on the Indiana Hoosiers hiring Curt Cignetti from James Madison to be their next football coach. They lay out how Cignetti can have success in Bloomington and highlight is coaching history. (2:09:43-2:16:01) – Today's show ends with Jimmy sharing his JCook Plays of the Day and Jake sharing a story from when he traveled to Wisconsin with Jimmy heading to Green Bay this weekend.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 710: Ron Rivera embraces defensive-coordinator role and raves about chat with Sam Howell and more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 66:47


Commanders: examination of the Commanders' initial injury report for their game against the Miami Dolphins...and discussion of the Commanders hiring Jim Salgado as a defensive assistant, head coach Ron Rivera taking to his role as defensive coordinator and more off comments from Rivera Commanders: discussion of quarterback Sam Howell off comments from Howell and head coach Ron Rivera, including a look at the Commanders' stiffening schedule of opposing defenses, what Howell is facing in the Miami Dolphins' defense, Rivera revealing an impactful conversation with Howell, Howell shedding light on Rivera's lack of involvement with the offense and Howell's relationship with assistant head coach/offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy Capitals: analysis of a 2-1 win at the Los Angeles Kings in yet another great performance by goaltender Charlie Lindgren Wizards: breakdown of a 139-120 loss at the Orlando Magic College Basketball: thoughts on Georgetown's 69-67 win over Merrimack, Virginia's 59-47 win over No. 14 Texas A&M, Virginia Tech's 74-57 loss at Auburn and No. 22 James Madison's 81-66 win over Buffalo Visit PaulsonAndNace.com and tell Paulson & Nace that Al Galdi sent ya! Visit InsuranceBMC.com and tell BMC Insurance that Al Galdi sent ya! Visit UnderdogFantasy.com or download the Underdog Fantasy app, sign up and use the promo code "Galdi" for Underdog Fantasy to double your first deposit with up to $100 in bonus cash when you make a first deposit of at least $10! Go to DrinkAG1.com/AlGaldi for a great deal! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Hoosiers - Daily Podcast On Indiana Hoosiers Football & Basketball
Could Indiana Hire Urban Meyer or Ryan Day as Next Head Coach?

Locked On Hoosiers - Daily Podcast On Indiana Hoosiers Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 31:40


On today's episode of Locked On Hoosiers, Jacob Goins discusses the true possibilities of Indiana Athletics hiring former Ohio State and Florida Head Coach Urban Meyer OR current Ohio State Head Coach Ryan Day to fill the same position in Bloomington, as both names continue to be suggested by fans. We discuss why fans continue to suggest Meyer's name in every new coaching search, and why Indiana fans should be thrilled if either one of them gets hired. Then, Jacob gives you the latest on the coaching search for Indiana Football and what other names are trending up, while some names have fallen out of the race. Could it be Jason Candle from Toledo or Curt Cignetti from James Madison? Or maybe even Paul Chryst, former Head Coach at Wisconsin? Finally, we look around the Big Ten basketball standings before the teams open up conference play. As the conference has gotten off to a slow start, which teams will get better as time goes on and which teams will be bottom feeders? Jacob breaks down why the Hoosiers and Head Coach Mike Woodson have to stay ahead of the pack this season and not fall behind. All that and more on today's episode of Locked On Hoosiers. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. Terms and conditions apply. eBay Motors With all the parts you need at the prices you want, it's easy to turn your car into the MVP and bring home that win. Keep your ride-or-die alive at EbayMotors.com. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. PrizePicks Go to PrizePicks.com/lockedoncollege and use code lockedoncollege for a first deposit match up to $100! Daily Fantasy Sports Made Easy! Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase. FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bourbon Buzzed & Ballin' Podcast
Bourbon Buzzed and Ballin' Season 2 Episode 9

Bourbon Buzzed & Ballin' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 64:50


Opening Toast- Rich Eisen      While calling the Colts-Patriots game in Germany his take on a flag was "Let's see if he is going to be flagged for playing football"Scumbag of the Week- The NCAA D1 Admin Committee      They denied the waivers for James Madison and Jacksonville State to be bowl eligible this season      They are upholding a stupid rule that says when a school makes a transition to a higher division, they are bowl ineligible for 2 years      Saban called it unfortunate for the players and the University who have worked so hard to have success and now cannot participate or take advantage of what they created for themselves      James Madison is 10-0, Jax State is 7-3      James Madison is hosting gameday this weekend for their game against App      NCAA earns its second SOW award this year- first was due to Tez WalkerComing in Hot- NFL      Tua rocking the new do after the bye week- corn rows      Now he needs to beat the suddenly resurgent LV Raiders who have won 2 straight since they fired McDaniels       Bills blow another game by having too many men on the field      My comment about not sleeping on the Ravens and Bengals was promptly followed up with losses by both teams- and guess what they play tonight the week 11 Thursday night game.      I almost made all the Cleveland Browns QBs since 1999 when they returned after original browns moved to Baltimore. There have been 36 different QBs to start games in those 25 seasons.       Only three seasons did the starter play all the games Tim Couch in 2001, and Baker Mayfield in 2019 & 2020      Deshaun Watson signed $230 million fully guaranteed contract in 2022 and has played 12 mostly mediocre games. He is now out for the year with a fractured throwing shoulder.       Coming in Hot- CFB      Committee finally gets it right with UGA now #1      Glad Brock Bowers is back      Last year for division in the SEC- only fitting that Ga and Bama win them      You know what I find hilarious- when a delusion homer of a fanbase calls us out for being homers. We call ourselves out as homers.      Love the UA football PR team. Here is the game poster for the KY win. That's right curiosity killed the cat.      Since the committee doesn't have any love for Bama- Let's go Iowa St and Oregon St.Rate That Shit!- Four Roses Small Batch Select

Podcast – CrimsonCast
Ep 1036 - IU Football Lands Cignetti

Podcast – CrimsonCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 56:33


Indiana football has their man. James Madison head coach Curt Cignetti is the 30th football coach in the program's history, and our hosts are excited about the move. We did a live video podcast in the immediate aftermath of the hiring --- here's the audio version (which takes a few minutes to get going due to some tech issues).

The Ride with JMV Podcast
Full Show: NFL Week 13 Picks, Zach Osterman, Jeremiah Johnson, Mike Chappell, and Andrew Catalon Join!

The Ride with JMV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 138:15


00:00 – 27:46 – JMV kicks off the show live from The Dugout by talking about IU hiring Curt Cignetti to lead their football team as their next head coach. He talks to Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star about the move to hire Cignetti, and what we can expect given his record at James Madison. JMV and Zach discuss what the contract terms for Cignetti might be. They also get into what players may stick around, or if they will see a lot of players hit the transfer portal.   27:47 – 44:02 – Jeremiah Johnson of Bally Sports Indiana joins the show to preview tonights matchup between the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers! They also talk about the loss to the Trail Blazers on Monday, and how the Pacers could really come to regret letting that one slip away. They talk about some of the players that stood out in that game, and what they need to improve on before this 2 game stretch in Miami.  44:03 – 47:30 – JMV wraps up the first hour of the show!  47:31 – 1:15:32 – It's time for JMV's NFL Week 13 Picks with the Larceny Bourbon Locks and Lunazul Tequila Shots!  1:15:33 – 1:27:35 – JMV and betting analyst Brent Holverson keep the show rolling by looking ahead to the upcoming weeks and where you can catch the show LIVE during the Tavern Tour Stops! JMV then dives back into the IU hire of Curt Cignetti to be their next football coach.   1:27:36 – 1:32:41 – JMV closes out the 2nd hour of the show!  1:32:42 – 2:00:15 – Mike Chappell of CBS4 and FOX59 joins the show for his weekly Colts conversation with JMV! Mike and JMV preview Sunday's big game between the Titans and the Colts, in a matchup that could have playoff implications for the Colts. They discuss the impact that losing Jonathan Taylor will have on the Colts, as well as the play of Zaire Franklin, who has become a leader on and off the field for the Colts. They also talk about JuJu Brents, who continues to miss time with a quad injury.   2:00:16 – 2:15:23 – Andrew Catalon, who will be on the call for Sunday's game between the Colts and Titans for CBS, joins the show to preview Sunday's matchup! Andrew talks about what goes into preparing for an NFL game on a weekly basis. JMV and Andrew then dive into the Titans, who have had a disappointing season. They also discuss some college basketball, including Purdue.   2:15:24 – 2:18:14 – JMV closes out another edition of the show!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Best Of Query & Company - Thursday 11/30/23

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 82:19


Today's Best of Features: (00:00-16:28) – Like we do every week on Query & Company, we take the show on the road to Tennessee with Joe Rexrode of The Athletic to access where the Titans are at right now with Will Levis, debates if Tennessee would draft a quarterback in this upcoming draft if they fell in love with one, evaluated how DeAndre Hopkins has played for Mike Vrabel this season, and is asked what the future holds for Derrick Henry after this season is over with him becoming a free agent. (16:28-32:41) – Fox Sports Radio's Aaron Torres joins Jake and Jimmy on a Thursday to join the conversation the guys had to start off the segment pertaining to how credit transfers work for student-athletes transferring from one institution to Stanford or another top tier academic institution. Additionally, he touches on who he thinks will make the College Football Playoff, and his initial thoughts on the type of coach IU is getting in Curt Cignetti from James Madison. (32:41-51:52) – Big Ten Network's Dave Revsine joins Query & Company ahead of the Big Ten Championship this weekend to preview Michigan vs Iowa from Lucas Oil Stadium, share his thoughts on the rumored hiring of James Madison's Curt Cignetti as the coach of the Indiana Hoosiers, how the blueprint for Cignetti to succeed at Indiana is there because of NIL and the transfer portal, and dissects whether he thinks Ohio State can find a way to make it into the College Football Playoff despite being ranked sixth in the latest rankings. (51:52-1:22:19) – Radio voice of the Indianapolis Colts in Matt Taylor makes his weekly stop on Query & Company to explain why he wants the tight ends to become more involved in the offense this week and going forward, why it's so critical for Gardner Minshew to take care of the football against the Titans, how Dayo Odeyingbo has really impressed him the last month of the season, and shares his expectations for what the Colts will do offensively this week in the second matchup against Tennessee compared to the first go around that featured both Anthony Richardson and Minshew.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ride with JMV Podcast
Best Of JMV 11-30

The Ride with JMV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 88:53


00:00 - 14:07 - Andrew Catalon, who will be on the call for Sunday's game between the Colts and Titans for CBS, joins the show to preview Sunday's matchup! Andrew talks about what goes into preparing for an NFL game on a weekly basis. JMV and Andrew then dive into the Titans, who have had a disappointing season. They also discuss some college basketball, including Purdue.  14:08 - 40:02 - Mike Chappell of CBS4 and FOX59 joins the show for his weekly Colts conversation with JMV! Mike and JMV preview Sunday's big game between the Titans and the Colts, in a matchup that could have playoff implications for the Colts. They discuss the impact that losing Jonathan Taylor will have on the Colts, as well as the play of Zaire Franklin, who has become a leader on and off the field for the Colts. They also talk about JuJu Brents, who continues to miss time with a quad injury.  40:03 - 54:22 - Jeremiah Johnson of Bally Sports Indiana joins the show to preview tonights matchup between the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers! They also talk about the loss to the Trail Blazers on Monday, and how the Pacers could really come to regret letting that one slip away. They talk about some of the players that stood out in that game, and what they need to improve on before this 2 game stretch in Miami. 54:23 - 1:09:17 -  JMV talks to Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star about the move to hire Cignetti, and what we can expect given his record at James Madison. JMV and Zach discuss what the contract terms for Cignetti might be. They also get into what players may stick around, or if they will see a lot of players hit the transfer portal.  1:09:18 - 1:28:52 - It's time for JMV's NFL Week 13 Picks with the Larceny Bourbon Locks and Lunazul Tequila Shots!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kevin & Query Podcast
Thursday 11/30: The latest on the Colts, prepping for the Titans & some Pacers and In-Season Tournament talk! Scott Agness, NBA EVP Evan Wasch & Titans reporter Turron Davenport all join!

Kevin & Query Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 139:02


00:00 – 17:21 – It looks like IU could be naming a new football coach soon if rumors are true, Titans QB Will Levis looked to be laboring in practice yesterday, Shane Steichen comments on Jonathan Taylor's injury 17:22 – 27:00 – Morning Checkdown 27:01 – 44:22 – “Peaches” was Marc's top song on Spotify Wrapped thanks to his daughters, Colts playoff chances, what do Colts fans want these final six games?, James Madison's Curt Cignetti is emerging as the favorite to land the IU football job, Cignetti vs. Paul Chryst, 44:23 – 1:12:07 – Gardner Minshew's fantasy team, will the Colts add a running back?, what should the Colts do with Zach Moss beyond this season?, the Colts have a lot of notable free agents this off-season, Morning Checkdown 1:12:08 – 1:27:44 – Scott Agness of Fieldhouse Files joins us to discuss the Pacers getting ready for back-to-back games against the Heat, the latest on Jalen Smith and who will rotate into the lineup, Heat injury report, Tyrese Haliburton's season to this point, Bennedict Mathurin's struggles, Mark Cuban selling majority ownership of Mavericks 1:27:45 – 1:30:56 – Pacers unread text messages, Jonathan Taylor goes under the knife and where he stands, his timeline 1:30:57 – 1:58:54 – NBA EVP of Basketball Strategy & Analytics Evan Wasch joins us to discuss the in-season tournament!  What his job entails, how the origins of the in-season tournament began, explaining the tournament in layman's terms, things they've learned from this year and what they'll tweak for next year, Matheiu from Maine calls about IU/Maine tonight, things heating up for IU's football coaching search, Morning Checkdown 1:58:55 – 2:03:56 – POP QUIZ 2:03:57 – 2:19:01 – ESPN Titans reporter Turron Davenport joins us to discuss his video featuring Will Levis looking a bit labored during yesterday's Titans practice, thoughts on Levis since taking over the starting job, why are the Titans so good at home and so bad on the road?, Will Levis thinking he might have gotten drafted to the Colts at No. 4See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling
Indianapolis Colts - Anthony Richardson back in locker room! Curt Cignetti is coach of the Hoosiers!

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2023 20:05


Zack Moss is rested and ready to rock in Nashville. Anthony Richardson did something in the locker room today I have never seen. Curt Cignetti is hoping to bring his winning ways from James Madison to IU, and IU fans are hoping right along with him. Here is the My Bookie info: https://mybookie.website/joinwithKENT Promocode: KENT UP TO $200 FIRST DEPOSIT CASH BONUS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Amarica's Constitution
Sense and Nonsensibility on Section 3 - Special Guests Mark Graber and Gerard Magliocca

Amarica's Constitution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2023 92:00


Donald Trump's disqualification for the Presidency under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment is on the docket for the Colorado Supreme Court next week.  We have brought the two leading experts on the history of this clause to our podcast. They have written extensively on the 38th-40th Congresses who passed and first acted under the amendment; on John Bingham, the “James Madison” of the Fourteenth; and they continue to provide pertinent historical details on almost a daily basis.  Professor Magliocca testified in the District Court hearing on this.  Suffice it to say, then, that the best arguments on both sides will be aired here first, before they are heard in Colorado, and you will be the judge today.  CLE credit available at podcast.njsba.com.

Blue Ribbon College Basketball Podcasts
Blue Ribbon College Basketball Podcast, Ep. 97: UConn's record for the ages, Kentucky's high-powered offense, the SEC-ACC challenge, and it's a good time to be at James Madison

Blue Ribbon College Basketball Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2023 34:39


In the newest episode of the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Podcast, hosts Chris Dortch (@cdortch) and Kevin Ingram (@KIngramSports) discuss a variety of college basketball topics:• Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook makes a great Christmas gift! Go to blueribbonyearbook.com to order.• How has UConn set an NCAA record for consecutive double-digit non-conference wins? We dive in.• What… has Nate Oates suddenly taken over at Kentucky? Nope, Cal's still there, with his best 3-point shooting team ever.• Voice of the Wildcats Tom Leach joins us to tell us about Kentucky's high-powered offense.• With one of the most experienced rosters in the country, James Madison is kicking butt and taking names.All Blue Ribbon college basketball podcasts are available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.You can also listen in your email client or click on the “Listen In Podcast App” link above to listen in your podcast player of choice. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit blueribbon.substack.com

The Thomas Jefferson Hour
#1575 Mind the Gap: Between Presidential Administrations

The Thomas Jefferson Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2023 57:51


This week, Clay Jenkinson's conversation with guest host David Horton about three remarkable moments in American history between administrations. First, the tragedy of Meriwether Lewis, who got caught between the outgoing administration of his mentor Thomas Jefferson and the incoming administration of President James Madison, who was no admirer of Lewis. This gap contributed to the nervous collapse of Lewis and probably his suicide in 1809. Then the burden that fell on the shoulders of Vice President Harry S. Truman in April 1945 when FDR died at Warm Springs and Truman learned about the existence of the atomic bomb and the Manhattan Project for the first time that day. And finally, the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, and Vice President Lyndon Johnson's attempts to fulfill JFK's agenda on Vietnam, civil rights, and the space program.

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 707: Ron Rivera fires Jack Del Rio and Brent Vieselmeyer and much more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2023 102:06


13:36 - Commanders: in-depth reaction to head coach Ron Rivera firing defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio and defensive-backs coach Brent Vieselmeyer, including key comments from Rivera at his day-after-the-game press conference off the 45-10 loss at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving 42:16 - Guest: Commanders analyst Mark Bullock of MarkBullock.Substack.com with a film breakdown of what went wrong with Jack Del Rio as Washington defensive coordinator and what might be different for the Commanders' defense with head coach Ron Rivera serving as defensive coordinator for the rest of the season 01:00:49 - College Football: analysis of No. 25 Liberty's 42-28 win at UTEP, James Madison's 56-14 win at Coastal Carolina as the Dukes are being allowed by the Bowl Alliance to be in a bowl game, Maryland's 42-24 win at Rutgers, Virginia Tech's 55-17 win at Virginia to become bowl-eligible, Navy's 59-14 loss at SMU and Old Dominion's wild 25-24 win over Georgia State to become bowl-eligible 01:24:07 - Capitals: examination of a hideous 5-0 loss to the Edmonton Oilers, including comments from an angry Caps head coach in Spencer Carbery 01:29:30 - Wizards: discussion of a 131-128 loss at the Milwaukee Bucks and a 136-108 loss to the Atlanta Hawks 01:34:05 - College Basketball: thoughts on Virginia Tech's 84-50 loss to No. 19 Florida Atlantic to end a nice run for the Hokies in the ESPN Events Invitational, Maryland's 68-55 win over South Alabama and Georgetown's 88-81 win over Jackson State Visit PaulsonAndNace.com and tell Paulson & Nace that Al Galdi sent ya! Call Nova Fireplace And Stove at 571-513-3803, mention that Al Galdi sent ya, and receive $1,000 off select in-stock gas inserts and $1,000 off select in-stock wood inserts Visit CateringByUptown.com and tell Catering By Uptown that Al Galdi sent ya! Visit UnderdogFantasy.com or download the Underdog Fantasy app, sign up and use the promo code "Galdi" for Underdog Fantasy to double your first deposit with up to $100 in bonus cash when you make a first deposit of at least $10! Go to DrinkAG1.com/AlGaldi for a great deal! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Final Four Is Not On The Schedule - A Michigan State Basketball Podcast.
Michigan State Readies for Big Ten with Warmup Against Georgia Southern

The Final Four Is Not On The Schedule - A Michigan State Basketball Podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2023 28:21


November 26, 2023: We are fast approaching the annual interruption of the nonconference schedule with a home and away Big Ten game. On December 5, MSU begins its march to a Big Ten title against Wisconsin, but first, it must face the Georgia Southern Eagles from the Sun Belt Conference. It's the second team from the Sun Belt that the Spartans will have faced but this team is no where near the level of competition like James Madison. This will be an opportunity for MSU to build upon the small strides we saw in the Arizona game. Can they come out with the fire they showed in the second half against the Wildcats? Will the shooting finally start to come around? Are you looking for collegiate apparel including Spartan gear? There's only one place we recommend you go to get your MSU T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts — Nudge Printing. (https://www.nudgeprinting.com) Nudge is owned and operated by Gabe and Brittany, two MSU alums. The business is operated out of Michigan and screen prints super high quality products. They also have a large assortment of apparel for other schools as well as stickers for your wall, car, or computer. You can also buy our merchandise to sport around town where all the sales proceeds go to support the show. If you have a home in Michigan you know the importance of clearing water efficiently away from your home off the roof. Unfortunately, the outdoor beauty of Michigan means you have to deal with leaves and debris that pile up in your gutters. Sometimes, those gutters also can't keep up with the rain or leave puddles by your foundation. If you live in the Grand Rapids area (Muskegon to Saugatuck to Rockford to Lowell) contact Kurt Stauffer at the Brothers that Just Do Gutters. (https://www.brothersgutters.com/grand-rapids-mi/). If you're anywhere in the metro Detroit area the Brothers have you covered too! (https://www.brothersgutters.com/metro-detroit-mi/). They are real professionals who will clean, repair, or replace your gutters and protect your home quickly and efficiently with friendly service. Mention Final Four to get 10% off your gutter work. #MSUHoops #MichiganStateBasketball #MichiganState #GeorgiaSouthern

The Final Four Is Not On The Schedule - A Michigan State Basketball Podcast.
Michigan State Readies for Big Ten with Warmup Against Georgia Southern

The Final Four Is Not On The Schedule - A Michigan State Basketball Podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2023 28:21


November 26, 2023: We are fast approaching the annual interruption of the nonconference schedule with a home and away Big Ten game. On December 5, MSU begins its march to a Big Ten title against Wisconsin, but first, it must face the Georgia Southern Eagles from the Sun Belt Conference. It's the second team from the Sun Belt that the Spartans will have faced but this team is no where near the level of competition like James Madison. This will be an opportunity for MSU to build upon the small strides we saw in the Arizona game. Can they come out with the fire they showed in the second half against the Wildcats? Will the shooting finally start to come around? Are you looking for collegiate apparel including Spartan gear? There's only one place we recommend you go to get your MSU T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts — Nudge Printing. (https://www.nudgeprinting.com) Nudge is owned and operated by Gabe and Brittany, two MSU alums. The business is operated out of Michigan and screen prints super high quality products. They also have a large assortment of apparel for other schools as well as stickers for your wall, car, or computer. You can also buy our merchandise to sport around town where all the sales proceeds go to support the show. If you have a home in Michigan you know the importance of clearing water efficiently away from your home off the roof. Unfortunately, the outdoor beauty of Michigan means you have to deal with leaves and debris that pile up in your gutters. Sometimes, those gutters also can't keep up with the rain or leave puddles by your foundation. If you live in the Grand Rapids area (Muskegon to Saugatuck to Rockford to Lowell) contact Kurt Stauffer at the Brothers that Just Do Gutters. (https://www.brothersgutters.com/grand-rapids-mi/). If you're anywhere in the metro Detroit area the Brothers have you covered too! (https://www.brothersgutters.com/metro-detroit-mi/). They are real professionals who will clean, repair, or replace your gutters and protect your home quickly and efficiently with friendly service. Mention Final Four to get 10% off your gutter work. #MSUHoops #MichiganStateBasketball #MichiganState #GeorgiaSouthern

Group of Five Guys' Podcast
GOFG Inside Drill - Shawn Clark App State Head Football Coach Checks In

Group of Five Guys' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2023 18:50


On this episode of Inside Drill, brought to you by the Group of Five Guys, App State Head Football Coach Shawn Clark joins to discuss the huge win against conference opponent James Madison.  The Mountaineers still have a shot to represent the East in the Sun Belt Championship game but have to finish the season with rival Georgia Southern.  Do not miss another great episode of Inside Drill.

The Informal Program
Season 3 Episdode 18 - James Madison is named after James Madison

The Informal Program

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2023 35:01


Daniel explains why the In-Season Tournament is one of the best things to happen to basketball, and counts down the words of the week covering everything from Auburn's embarrassing loss, to James Madison being named after founding father James Madison, to Charissa Thompson's very unwise decision.

The John Batchelor Show
1/4: Equality of Opportunity: A Century of Debate – by David Davenport (Author), Gordon Lloyd (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2023 9:30


1/4: Equality of Opportunity: A Century of Debate  – by  David Davenport  (Author), Gordon Lloyd  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Equality-Opportunity-Century-David-Davenport/dp/0817925848 For over one hundred years, Americans have debated what equality of opportunity means and the role of government in ensuring it. Are we born with equality of opportunity, and must we thus preserve our innate legal and political freedoms? Or must it be created through laws and policies that smooth out social or economic inequalities? David Davenport and Gordon Lloyd trace the debate as it has evolved from America's founding into the twentieth century, when the question took on greater prominence. The authors use original sources and historical reinterpretations to revisit three great debates and their implications for the discussions today. First, they imagine the Founders, especially James Madison, arguing the case against the Progressives, particularly Woodrow Wilson. Next are two conspicuous public dialogues: Herbert Hoover and Franklin Delano Roosevelt's debate around the latter's New Deal; and Ronald Reagan's response to Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society and War on Poverty. The conservative-progressive divide in this discussion has persisted, setting the stage for understanding the differing views about equality of opportunity today. The historical debates offer illuminating background for the question: Where do we go from here? 1940 Detroit

The John Batchelor Show
2/4: Equality of Opportunity: A Century of Debate – by David Davenport (Author), Gordon Lloyd (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2023 8:20


2/4: Equality of Opportunity: A Century of Debate  – by  David Davenport  (Author), Gordon Lloyd  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Equality-Opportunity-Century-David-Davenport/dp/0817925848 For over one hundred years, Americans have debated what equality of opportunity means and the role of government in ensuring it. Are we born with equality of opportunity, and must we thus preserve our innate legal and political freedoms? Or must it be created through laws and policies that smooth out social or economic inequalities? David Davenport and Gordon Lloyd trace the debate as it has evolved from America's founding into the twentieth century, when the question took on greater prominence. The authors use original sources and historical reinterpretations to revisit three great debates and their implications for the discussions today. First, they imagine the Founders, especially James Madison, arguing the case against the Progressives, particularly Woodrow Wilson. Next are two conspicuous public dialogues: Herbert Hoover and Franklin Delano Roosevelt's debate around the latter's New Deal; and Ronald Reagan's response to Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society and War on Poverty. The conservative-progressive divide in this discussion has persisted, setting the stage for understanding the differing views about equality of opportunity today. The historical debates offer illuminating background for the question: Where do we go from here? 1943 Rolls Royce engine parts inspection

The John Batchelor Show
3/4: Equality of Opportunity: A Century of Debate – by David Davenport (Author), Gordon Lloyd (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2023 14:10


3/4: Equality of Opportunity: A Century of Debate  – by  David Davenport  (Author), Gordon Lloyd  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Equality-Opportunity-Century-David-Davenport/dp/0817925848 For over one hundred years, Americans have debated what equality of opportunity means and the role of government in ensuring it. Are we born with equality of opportunity, and must we thus preserve our innate legal and political freedoms? Or must it be created through laws and policies that smooth out social or economic inequalities? David Davenport and Gordon Lloyd trace the debate as it has evolved from America's founding into the twentieth century, when the question took on greater prominence. The authors use original sources and historical reinterpretations to revisit three great debates and their implications for the discussions today. First, they imagine the Founders, especially James Madison, arguing the case against the Progressives, particularly Woodrow Wilson. Next are two conspicuous public dialogues: Herbert Hoover and Franklin Delano Roosevelt's debate around the latter's New Deal; and Ronald Reagan's response to Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society and War on Poverty. The conservative-progressive divide in this discussion has persisted, setting the stage for understanding the differing views about equality of opportunity today. The historical debates offer illuminating background for the question: Where do we go from here? 1923 Michigan

The John Batchelor Show
4/4: Equality of Opportunity: A Century of Debate – by David Davenport (Author), Gordon Lloyd (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2023 5:30


4/4: Equality of Opportunity: A Century of Debate  – by  David Davenport  (Author), Gordon Lloyd  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Equality-Opportunity-Century-David-Davenport/dp/0817925848 For over one hundred years, Americans have debated what equality of opportunity means and the role of government in ensuring it. Are we born with equality of opportunity, and must we thus preserve our innate legal and political freedoms? Or must it be created through laws and policies that smooth out social or economic inequalities? David Davenport and Gordon Lloyd trace the debate as it has evolved from America's founding into the twentieth century, when the question took on greater prominence. The authors use original sources and historical reinterpretations to revisit three great debates and their implications for the discussions today. First, they imagine the Founders, especially James Madison, arguing the case against the Progressives, particularly Woodrow Wilson. Next are two conspicuous public dialogues: Herbert Hoover and Franklin Delano Roosevelt's debate around the latter's New Deal; and Ronald Reagan's response to Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society and War on Poverty. The conservative-progressive divide in this discussion has persisted, setting the stage for understanding the differing views about equality of opportunity today. The historical debates offer illuminating background for the question: Where do we go from here? 1900 Detroit

D1.t in Five
Evening Standard - Friday, November 24, 2023

D1.t in Five

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2023 5:44


James Madison postseason tension, Ohio State & Michigan are ticket sales juggernauts of FBS, pushback on Nebraska's $450M football facilities project and more. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠www.d1ticker.com/⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠.

TheLines Podcast
College Football Podcast: Week 13 Weekend Picks & Predictions

TheLines Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2023 53:55


Check out our NCAA College Football free picks today and NCAAF Week 13 predictions. Brett Gibbons & Kelley Ford look at which sportsbook betting apps you can find the best NCAAF Week 13 odds and our Week 13 predictions in College Football. We breakdown the key match ups with real analysis, and give our free NCAAF picks for today's moneylines and totals. We also look at College Football betting tips and which online sportsbook has the best odds and lines for your 2023 Week 13 NCAAF picks. 00:00 - NCAAF Season Preview: Week 13 Saturday Preview 00:00 - NCAAF Season Preview: Week 13 Saturday Preview 02:25 - Ohio State vs. Michigan 13:05 - Texas A&M vs. LSU 21:27 - Alabama vs. Auburn 29:51 - Florida State vs. Florida 39:07 - James Madison vs. Coastal Carolina 44:52 - Iowa State vs. Kansas State For more College Football betting tips, odds and picks visit: https://www.thelines.com/college-football/ ⭐⭐WIN an Amazon Gift Card! Subscribe to the channel and watch daily to find out how to enter the giveaway. Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNg6eqiqndQ0xvAGHErP4FA?sub_confirmation=1 ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐WIN PRIZES TODAY TheLines.com has Free Pick 'Em Contests every day! Make daily picks for your chance to win. Play Now at https://play.thelines.com/ ⭐⭐

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 706: Commanders fall to 4-8 with humiliating 45-10 loss at Dallas Cowboys and much more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2023 78:57


10:54 - Commanders: discussion of whether managing partner Josh Harris needs to fire head coach Ron Rivera before the end of the season and of various maddening aspects of the 45-10 loss at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving 24:53 - Commanders: analysis of quarterback Sam Howell's performance in the 45-10 loss at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving 37:34 - Commanders: a proper rant on the Commanders' defense off its woeful showing in the 45-10 loss at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving 48:13 - College Football: GaldiLocks previews and picks for Maryland-Rutgers, Virginia Tech-Virginia, No. 25 Liberty-UTEP, James Madison-Coastal Carolina and Navy-SMU 01:01:25 - Capitals: breakdown of a 4-3 overtime win over the Buffalo Sabres in a game in which the Caps overcame a 2-0 first-period deficit and a 3-2 third-period deficit to improve to 9-1-1 since their 1-3-1 start to the 2023-2024 NHL regular season 01:06:09 - Wizards: reaction to a 117-114 loss at the Charlotte Hornets in a game in which the Wizards blew a 19-point third-quarter lead and a 13-point fourth-quarter lead for a seventh consecutive loss 01:12:49 - College Basketball: thoughts on Virginia Tech's 82-75 win over Boise State, No. 24 Virginia's 56-54 win over West Virginia and No. 22 James Madison's 95-64 win over Fresno State Visit PaulsonAndNace.com and tell Paulson & Nace that Al Galdi sent ya! Whatever your dermatological needs, call Dr. George Verghese and the Mid-Atlantic Skin-Surgery Institute Of Maryland at 301-396-3401 and mention that Al Galdi sent ya! Visit CateringByUptown.com and tell Catering By Uptown that Al Galdi sent ya! Visit UnderdogFantasy.com or download the Underdog Fantasy app, sign up and use the promo code "Galdi" for Underdog Fantasy to double your first deposit with up to $100 in bonus cash when you make a first deposit of at least $10! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Off-Farm Income
OFI #1904: Thanksgiving Proclamation, 3 October 1789 | Thanksgiving Episode 2023

Off-Farm Income

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2023 17:09


Happy Thanksgiving to all of you this year.  2023 has been unbelievable.  I wanted to revisit George Washington's Thanksgiving Proclamation with you on this wonderful holiday.  I am so thankful and grateful for all of you in this audience, and I hope you have a wonderful holiday with friends and family. “A Day of Thanksgiving” George Washington first mentioned the possibility of a national Thanksgiving Day in a confidential letter to James Madison in August 1789 (just months after taking office), asking for his advice on approaching the Senate for their opinion on “a day of thanksgiving.” By the end of September 1789, a resolution had been introduced to the House of Representatives requesting that “a joint committee of both Houses be directed to wait upon the President of the United States, to request that he would recommend to the people of the United States a day of public thanksgiving.” The committee put the resolution before the president and George Washington issued the first national Thanksgiving Proclamation within days. George Washington knew the value of a thanksgiving day long before becoming our first president. During the Revolutionary War, he would order special thanksgiving services for his troops after successful battles, as well as publicly endorse efforts by the Continental Congress to proclaim days of thanks, usually in recognition of military victories and alliances.

The Sickos Committee Podcast
Week Thirteen Preview: Five Cheeses Should Be Good

The Sickos Committee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2023 118:36


Jordan, Commish, Beth, Pitt Girl, and Joey preview week thirteen in college football but before they do that they recap the Grey Cup and talk about Thanksgiving. Topics include the Egg Bowl and other big important rivalry games, the bowl eligibility situation and what it means for James Madison and Jacksonville State, and an old TV show that I (producer Arthur) had never even heard of.

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 705: Commanders intel with Sportskeeda's Tony Pauline, preview of Commanders at Cowboys and more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2023 74:58


14:55 - Guest: Tony Pauline, consulting editor and NFL Draft analyst for Sportskeeda.com, on his reporting on what managing partner Josh Harris is thinking with the future of Commanders football operations, how quarterback Sam Howell compares with the top quarterbacks in the 2024 NFL Draft, Pauline's insight on how bad things got between the Commanders and edge defender Chase Young and more 37:52 - Commanders: analysis and discussion of the Commanders' offense heading into the team's game at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving, including key comments from quarterback Sam Howell and head coach Ron Rivera 49:59 - Commanders: analysis and discussion of the Commanders' defense heading into the team's game at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving, including comments from head coach Ron Rivera on the Cowboys' explosive offense and Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott 59:05 - Commanders: Rhyming Keys for a Commanders win at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving and a pick for the game 01:09:28 - College Basketball: thoughts on Maryland's 92-68 win over UMBC and No. 22 James Madison's 82-76 win over Southern Illinois Call Nova Fireplace And Stove at 571-513-3803, mention that Al Galdi sent ya, and receive $1,000 off select in-stock gas inserts and $1,000 off select in-stock wood inserts Visit InsuranceBMC.com and tell BMC Insurance that Al Galdi sent ya! Visit CateringByUptown.com and tell Catering By Uptown that Al Galdi sent ya! Visit UnderdogFantasy.com or download the Underdog Fantasy app, sign up and use the promo code "Galdi" for Underdog Fantasy to double your first deposit with up to $100 in bonus cash when you make a first deposit of at least $10! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The BreakPoint Podcast
The Legacy of John Witherspoon

The BreakPoint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2023 5:43


The month of November marks the death of John Witherspoon, one of the most important and most underrated of the American founding fathers. Born in Scotland in 1723, Witherspoon received a Master of Arts at age 16 from the University of Edinburgh, where he would continue his studies in divinity. In 1745, he became an evangelical minister in the Church of Scotland.   Witherspoon was no fan of the monarchy and was imprisoned the following year for opposing the royalist Jacobite uprising, an experience that damaged his health for life. After his release, he returned to pastoral ministry. In 1764, the University of St. Andrews awarded Witherspoon an honorary Doctor of Divinity.  Four years later, Witherspoon accepted the presidency of the College of New Jersey, a Presbyterian college now known as Princeton University. Though the school's primary mission was to train Presbyterian ministers, Witherspoon found the school in quite a mess. The students were given poor teaching and an inadequate library. Through fundraising, reorganization, higher standards, and securing new resources–including donating hundreds of books from his personal library–Witherspoon transformed the college into a top-tier school.  In addition to providing leadership at a crucial time in the university's history, Witherspoon taught courses in rhetoric, history, divinity, and moral philosophy, a required course at the college. His ideas were anchored in his Reformed faith and the natural law tradition. He was also heavily influenced by Scottish philosopher Thomas Reid's Common Sense Realism. These ideas took deep root in Princeton and across American society generally. Witherspoon's teaching laid essential groundwork for both the American Revolution and the government that followed.  Leaning heavily on the Calvinistic tradition, Witherspoon promoted the rights of people to challenge governmental overreach, even by force of arms if necessary. Unsurprisingly, he strongly supported the American Revolution, especially concerned by a growing centralization of government and the Crown taking over responsibilities that were historically the prerogatives of the colonies. The final straw for Witherspoon was when bishops were appointed from England to oversee religious life in the colonies.   Like his Presbyterian forebearers in Scotland, Witherspoon saw these violations as justification for revolt. He served in the Continental Congress from 1777 to 1784, taking on a prodigious amount of work and serving on over 100 committees. After the war, he helped draft the Articles of Confederation and later shepherded the Constitution through the New Jersey state legislature.  Even with that impressive resume, Witherspoon's most important impact came from the students who took his moral philosophy classes at the College of New Jersey. Witherspoon taught James Madison the necessity of checks and balances in government. Among his other students were Aaron Burr, 37 judges, including several members of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and three justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, 10 cabinet officers, 12 members of the Continental Congress, 28 U.S. Senators, and 49 U.S. Congressmen. Witherspoon was arguably the single most influential founder who shaped the early years of the Republic.  Despite all this, Witherspoon is mostly remembered today for owning two slaves. Like many of the founders, Witherspoon's attitudes toward slavery were complex and often contradictory, a fact that explains but does not excuse his stance. Witherspoon taught that slaves and employees should be treated with dignity and respect. He even spoke out against the institution of slavery at the college. However, he also opposed a measure by the state legislature that would have banned slavery in New Jersey. Like many others, Witherspoon believed slavery would die out within a generation, and thought the legislation was unnecessary and could interfere with the process he believed was inevitable.  Though there were a few consistent abolitionists among the founders, Witherspoon was among the many elites in the eighteenth century who owned slaves as domestic servants or to work land.   Witherspoon failed to extend his convictions about liberty for all to the slaves in his midst. That moral tragedy should not fully blot out the honor owed to him for his incredible contributions to the founding of the United States and the securing of the freedoms we enjoy.  This Breakpoint was co-authored by Dr. Glenn Sunshine. For more resources to live like a Christian in this cultural moment, go to breakpoint.org. 

Patriot Lessons: American History and Civics
Thanksgiving - Origins, Meanings, Traditions, and Myths (Re-Release 2023)

Patriot Lessons: American History and Civics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2023 100:15


Learn that the idea of gratitude and giving thanks is an ancient concept for mankind and expressly elevated in the Bible. Review how days of thanksgiving were originally commemorated in the English colonies in Virginia and Massachusetts, with the English dissenters, the Pilgrims, having the most influential celebrations. In the colonial era, Thanksgiving celebrations were centered on particular events and circumstances, and, accordingly, happened at different times. As Americans united against British tyranny, they made continental wide proclamations through the Continental Congress, but again tied to specific events and times. President George Washington issued the first two Thanksgiving Proclamations under the Constitution, and John Adams and James Madison did the same. Thomas Jefferson refused, and after James Madison, Thanksgiving was proclaimed by the States, but not by the President, until Abraham Lincoln. Sarah Josepha Hale's drive to create a uniform, nation wide celebration was embraced by Lincoln and his successors, and it became firmly fixed to the Fourth Thursday of November under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Feasts, running, football, parades, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday all flow from this powerful day of gratitude. Highlights include the Bible, Thessalonians 5:16-18, Colossians 2:7, Psalm 100:4, Colossians 4:2, Psalm 92, Philippians 4:6, King Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth Anne Boleyn, Church of England, John Calvin, Puritans, Common Book of Prayers, King James I, Pilgrims, Mayflower, Plymouth England, Plymouth Harbor Massachusetts, Mayflower Compact, John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, Samoset, Squanto, Wampanoag, William Bedford, Thanksgiving commemoration, Melanie Kirkpatrick, Thanksgiving The Holiday at the Heart of the American Experience, William Bradford, Berkeley Plantation a/k/a Berkeley Hundred, The Margaret, John Woodlief, Jamestown, the Starving Time, Chief Opechancanough, Massacre of 1622, Massachusetts Bay Colony, New Amsterdam, First Continental Congress, Second Continental Congress, Day of Humiliation Fasting and Prayer (1776), Henry Laurens, Thanksgiving Day Proclamation (1777), Battle of Saratoga, Thomas McKean, Day of Thanksgiving and Prayer (December 18, 1781), George Washington, James Madison, Elias Boudinot, Aedanus Burke, Thomas Tudor Tucker, Federalist Party, Anti-Federalists, Constitution, William Samuel Johnson, Ralph Izard, Washington Thanksgiving Day Proclamation (October 3, 1789 for November 26, 1789), Whiskey Rebellion, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Letter, FDR Thanksgiving Speech (1938), President Lyndon Baines Johnson, Johnson Thanksgiving Speech (1963), President John F. Kennedy, President Ronald Reagan, Reagan Thanksgiving Speech (October 19, 1984 and 1986), President Barak Obama, Obama Thanksgiving Speech (2009), Clinton Pardoning of Turkey Speech (1997), Presidential Pardons of Turkey, Thanksgiving Dinner & Feast, Thanksgiving parades, Grumbles, Macy's, Hudson's, Turkey Trot, National Football League (NFL) Thanksgiving Games, Detroit Lions, Dallas Cowboys, Walter Camp, Collegiate Football Thanksgiving Games, George A. Richards, The Chicago Bears, Saturday Night Live (SNL), Black Friday, Giving Tuesday, Henry Timms, Cyber Monday, and many others. To learn more about America & Patriot Week, visit www.PatriotWeek.org. Our resources include videos, a TV series, blogs, lesson plans, and more. Read the full Declaration of Independence here: https://patriotweek.org/2021/07/24/the-declaration-of-independence-september-11/ Check out Judge Michael Warren's book America's Survival Guide, How to Stop America's Impending Suicide by Reclaiming Our First Principles and History at www.AmericasSurvivalGuide.com, amazon, or other major on-line retailers. Join us! SUPPORT: Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-warren9/support [donations go the nonprofit, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) Patriot Week Foundation] --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-warren9/support

Unlikely Housewives of JoCo: Cultivating Authentic Freedom & Wellness for Women
65. Crazy or Credible: Moms for Liberty, with guest, Erika Sheets

Unlikely Housewives of JoCo: Cultivating Authentic Freedom & Wellness for Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 40:20


We couldn't be more thrilled to have Erika Sheets, the passionate, local co-founder of Moms for Liberty, joining us. Get ready to hear a powerful narrative on local activism, education and parenting from a mom who's in the trenches fighting for children's education rights. Erika's journey to co-founding the Johnson County chapter of Moms for Liberty and her relentless advocacy for quality education are truly inspiring.   Our conversation takes a deep dive into discussing the world of parenting, more so the crucial family investments we undertake, particularly the selection of the right school district for our children. We break down the myth that families are against teachers, highlighting that parents must make decisions based on each child's unique needs. We don't shy away from exploring the potential impact of the decreasing public school enrollment on our children's education.   The passion doesn't stop there. We tackle the importance of being proactive in our children's education, questioning narratives, and standing up against bullying and intimidation tactics. Wrapping up our conversation, we explore our voting power as citizens, the importance of researching candidates, and supporting organizations that align with our values, like Moms for Liberty. Join us, and let's empower ourselves to take a stand for our children's education!   Erika has become a friend of ours in the last few years. She is to us an expert as she has taken the time, going above and beyond, researching and building a foundation to help support our community. Erika, her husband and two teens have been Johnson County residents since 2010. She has been a Blue Valley parent for 13 years in six different buildings and has consistently served the district on various committees, PTO and more over that time.    Professionally, Erika has spent 30 years in revenue generation & leadership development and holds an MBA from Case Western Reserve University as well as a BA from the James Madison residential college at Michigan State University.  Sunlighten Sauna Sponsor: https://get.sunlighten.com/unlikely  Save up to $600! Join our community on Facebook and connect with us on Instagram!  Write an apple review and YOUR review could be read on our next episode!  Hosted by Tori Shirah and Tracy Stine Contact us ➡️ UnlikelyJoCo@gmail.com  

Over Under Achievers
132: Knox Learns of Toto Wolff, Auburn is the Worst, Michigan is Guilty, and Red Box is Our New Sponsor?

Over Under Achievers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 39:41


In this episode of Start, Sit, Cut, Knox and Jason discuss the weekend that was! Thank you for listening and please leave us a 5 star rating and let us know your takes on X and Instagram! https://twitter.com/OUAchievers https://www.instagram.com/overunderachievers/  Let's be very clear, everything written below this was produced by AI about this episode, enjoy! AI... BEGIN: The hosts discuss various topics including Bobby Saleh's beard and the drama surrounding Aaron Rodgers' injury. They also talk about the F1 race in Las Vegas, including an incident with a manhole cover and different trophies for each race. Max is described as a dominant competitor with an unlikable attitude, similar to Patrick Mahomes. Toto Wolf is mentioned as an authority figure in the sport. The speaker discusses their previous predictions about the Bengals' season and Joe Burrow's injury. They also talk about successful bets they made, including one on the Tennessee vs Georgia game. They admit to making a mistake by betting on Auburn and express their disappointment. The speaker then shifts gears to discuss the NBA tournament and suggests that MLB should implement something similar with special designs on the field. However, there is some confusion about the specifics of the in-season tournament. They suggest coming up with a phrase or sound bite for when someone wants to be mansplained. They mention the success of selling a Staples button and propose a similar product with a lumberjack sound for mansplaining. There is discussion about an incident at the Las Vegas Grand Prix where Jordan Travis's leg snapped and ABC accidentally aired footage of it. The conversation moves on to discussing injuries in football and banning certain types of tackles. The speaker criticizes the Carolina Panthers' performance and their trade for Bryce Young while comparing them unfavorably to the Bears. The Dunbar number suggests that humans are wired to have only 150 relationships. Social media overload can lead to anxiety and other issues. The speaker struggles with watching multiple football games at once, finding it overwhelming. They prefer Red Zone over quad box viewing. Red Box is mentioned as a dated concept, prompting the idea of sponsorship for the podcast. There are concerns about the Michigan Wolverines' recent performance, especially in light of an expedient NCAA investigation. The speaker discusses their strategy for watching multiple games on different screens and expresses nervousness about an upcoming Ohio State game. There is skepticism about putting Michigan in the playoffs if they lose to Ohio State, while Washington's impressive run is acknowledged as potentially deserving recognition. The speaker appreciates someone explaining something to them and admits they were wrong. There is a mention of James Madison and their loss, with admiration for the sign work in the crowd. The speaker concludes the edition of Over Under Achievers and mentions that they will be back later. They sign off as Knox and Jason. The speaker is starting a mini episode. They mention something similar to the moon landing. There is a discussion about math. They mention someone named Carlos. The speaker talks about an eight-minute action on the first day. They mention three things. The speaker expresses excitement about something. There is a question about how something was incorporated. The speaker wants to learn about someone. They mention something about Thanksgiving week. They discuss going through the motions of everyday existence. There is a mention of unintentional dramatics. Someone talks about getting points. The speaker talks about getting into specifics. There is a mention of an explosion. The speaker talks about accountability. They mention trying something new. The speaker wants to be honest about something. They mention an audio clip. There is a mention of a kid and their well-being. The speaker mentions a rant about tackling properly. They discuss a four-box. There is a mention of a safe mansplain noise. The speaker talks about being wired to handle something. They discuss audio and video. There is a mention of a word of the day. The speaker mentions a plan for the future. They discuss a move they do now. There is a mention of a line going down. The speaker talks about a delightful lunch. They mention signs and a resume. There is a mention of not knowing the schedule. The speaker mentions a resume again. They express confusion about something. The speaker mentions liking something. There is a mention of saying something. The transcript ends abruptly.The transcript ends abruptly.  

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 703: Commanders fall to 4-7 with 31-19 loss to New York Giants and much more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 97:08


Commanders: should/will managing partner Josh Harris fire head coach Ron Rivera this week? Commanders: analysis of quarterback Sam Howell and the Commanders' six turnovers in the 31-19 loss to the New York Giants Commanders: analysis of the Commanders' defense in the 31-19 loss to the New York Giants College Football: breakdowns of Maryland's 31-24 loss to No. 3 Michigan, Navy's 10-0 win over East Carolina, James Madison's 26-23 overtime loss to Appalachian State, Liberty's 49-25 win over UMass, Virginia Tech's 35-28 loss to NC State, Virginia's 30-27 win over Duke and Old Dominion's 20-17 win at Georgia Southern College Basketball: thoughts on Georgetown's 83-72 win over Mount St. Mary's and 88-83 overtime win over American, Maryland's 57-40 loss at No. 21 Villanova, No. 24 James Madison's 76-73 win over Radford and Virginia Tech's 98-76 win over Wofford Capitals: discussion of a 4-3 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets in a game that included the Caps' third line doing very well Wizards: reaction to a 120-99 loss to the New York Knicks, including another bad game for Jordan Poole Visit PaulsonAndNace.com and tell Paulson & Nace that Al Galdi sent ya! Call Nova Fireplace And Stove at 571-513-3803, mention that Al Galdi sent ya, and receive $1,000 off select in-stock gas inserts and $1,000 off select in-stock wood inserts Whatever your dermatological needs, call Dr. George Verghese and the Mid-Atlantic Skin-Surgery Institute Of Maryland at 301-396-3401 and mention that Al Galdi sent ya! Visit UnderdogFantasy.com or download the Underdog Fantasy app, sign up and use the promo code "Galdi" for Underdog Fantasy to double your first deposit with up to $100 in bonus cash when you make a first deposit of at least $10! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Split Zone Duo
Week 12 Hurry-Up: Purple rains

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2023 42:56


Richard and Alex recap the 12th week of the college football season. Washington and Texas win in businesslike fashion, Georgia looks primed for a threepeat, Michigan gets away with one, Ohio State revs it up, James Madison's dream season has a hiccup, and UNLV continues to astonish. Production: Anthony Vito. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Solid Verbal
College Football Week 12 Recap: The Jordan Travis Injury, Washington & Michigan survive, Georgia rolls + Sunday Scaries & CFB Campfire Reactions - College Football Podcast for 11/19

The Solid Verbal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2023 73:45


College Football Week 12 was not without drama. Ty and Dan talk through a slate of college football games that was short on true headliners, but loaded with storylines, most notably with the devastating leg injury to Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis (6:05). What does it mean for the Seminoles moving forward? They also discuss Jack Plummer's impressive game for Louisville in a win over Miami (9:59), Georgia's domination of Tennessee (12:47), Washington's monsoon game with Oregon State (18:09), and the competiting dynamics as the UCLA vs. USC rivalry played out its latest chapter (23:51).Plus, a look back at CFB things that gave them the warm fuzzies in Week 12, ranging from the Texas Longhorns defense against Iowa State (24:57) to Michigan's 1000th program win without Jim Harbaugh on the sidelines (29:11), a great Florida vs. Missouri game (34:04), Oregon's continued dominance (36:54), App State's upset of James Madison (40:49), New Mexico State's stunning upset of Auburn (46:20), Dude Alerts (47:14) and much more.And, the scary stories from college football Week 12, including Miami's lackluster attendance (51:18), Maryland's mistake-prone ways (53:38), coaching turmoil at Baylor, Houston and Indiana (55:26), Utah's injuries (58:13), Colorado's fade (1:01:47).To close, a listen to Verballer Reverbs (1:04:08) and a roast for some members of the Michigan football community.For more information on our exclusive Verballer college football community, visit: https://www.verballers.com.Like the podcast? Leave us a rating and review, and don't forget to subscribe or follow so you don't miss any of our episodes! Here are some helpful links:Subscribe/follow on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3r2iQcYSubscribe/follow on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3S9GjoaSubscribe/follow on Overcast: https://bit.ly/SVOvercastSubscribe/follow on Pocket Casts: https://bit.ly/SVonPocketCastsSubscribe/follow on Podcast Addict: https://bit.ly/SVPodcastAddictSubscribe/follow on CastBox: https://castbox.fm/vc/2233040Our college football show is also available on YouTube. Watch at subscribe to the channel at: https://www.youtube.com/@solidverbalWant to get in touch? Give us a holler on Twitter: @solidverbal, @tyhildenbrandt, @danrubenstein, on Instagram, or on Facebook. Stay up to date with our free weekly newsletter: https://quickslants.solidverbal.com/subscribeSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Cover 3 College Football Podcast
Week 12 Instant Reaction: Washington survives, Florida State's game-changing injury, Georgia's dominance, more! (11/19)

Cover 3 College Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2023 92:27


The Cover 3 crew talks Washington, Jordan Travis injury, Georgia, Tennessee, Caleb Williams and more. The show begins in the immediate aftermath of Washington's two-point win at Oregon State and discusses what the Huskies showed in the win and how it impacts their perceived ceiling moving forward (1:48). Then, reacting to Jordan Travis' devastating leg injury (10:45) and predicting movements in the rankings in Tomorrow's Top 25 Today (19:48). Plus, celebrating Jerry Kill in the wake of New Mexico State's win at Auburn (46:58), looking at the many sides of UCLA's win at USC (55:01), App State's thrilling overtime win at James Madison (1:09:40) and much, much more. Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Get 20% off Cover 3 merch in the CBS Sports Store:  https://store.cbssports.com/collections/cover-3?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=cover-3-collection Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices