On this episode of The Dip and Rip Podcast the guys sit down at the Thunderdome with Atom Messmer (@atom_artcore) Buy a shirt!: www.dipandfuckinrip.com Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/dipandrip Check out the Shop: www.thunderdometattoo.com Follw us on Instagram!: Thunderdome Tattoo: @thunderdometattoo //Randy Randerson: @randy_r //Josh Ross: @horiokie // “Fired” Josh: @heartburn // Monday Malarkey @monday_malarkey
1 hour and 32 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Information Entropy, the Raw Power app for iOS by Gentleman Coders, SignalWire (use the code MUPPETS and they'll buy your team lunch!), and this episode was supposed to be recorded at Prentice 4M, on the other end of The Bridge. Take their survey to decide what to do with Lucky's. 1. Offense vs Washington starts at 1:00 Vastardis and co. were mauling Tuli and Taki. Lots of interesting runs with pullers going opposite directions. First play: T pull with a backside read. 2nd play: TE crosses one way, Jet and G pull the other way. OL going to come in for huge scores. UW leaving 2 safeties back, playing one high, so why not? UW had LB flying outside when RB did, were not going to get edged. YOU CAN BLOCK BEHIND THE LINE GUYS! Erick All did work. Honigford is replaceable. Roman Wilson cannot block. Bell missed. CADE: Bad reads. Didn't have a lot of time but he spent too long on 1st reads and missed 2nd reads. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs Washington starts at 32:37 Now you believe me about John Donovan. Why are you running on 4th and 4 when you haven't run before? Why aren't you reading an edge when Hutchinson is coming? Josh Ross much better game. Was popping OL. Mike Morris is happening. Hutchinson by god. Wanted to get Giles Jackson out in space and M had that anticipated. Tried to test Dax Hill on the edge once. Kris Jenkins is happening. Might be a little small still but breakout candidate. Live action for Rod Moore. 3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Game Theory starts at 51:20 Refs had just one (two but the 2nd was overturned) bad call. Their old fashioned punt led to that 4th down play because they have an upback. Good decision to go on 4th and 1, but decision to pass on 2nd and 2. UW: Why not have Jackson return? M: Why Kolesar if he dropped one? Michigan Foug'd one to Jackson and it looked scary until German Green hewed him down. Moody good from….60? 4. Around the Big Ten, wsg Jamie Mac starts at 1:05:51 QUACK! We look for more MOONs on the schedule. MUSIC: “Mr. Brightside”—cover by Jada Facer “I Ran”—cover by Janet Devlin “Who Let the Dogs Out”—cover by Matt Mulholland “Across 110th Street”
1 hour and 13 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Prentice4M, and SignalWire (use the code MUPPETS and they'll buy your team lunch!). [After THE JUMP: the player and what we said] -------------------------------------------- 1. Washington Offense starts at 1:00 Alex thinks the offensive line and John Donovan's play-calling are the problems. Also the quarterback. Also all of their receivers are hurt. 2. WMU After UFR: The Offense starts at 16:52 Jimmy Lake's defenses always know what they're doing however, and always have a never ending supply of NFL cornerbacks. Tuli and Taki up front will be a bigger test for our suddenly lively inner OL. 3. Phil Brabbs and Washington 2002 starts at 30:16 We remember the 2002 Michigan-Washington opener, from the perspective of the guy who made the winning kick none of us believed he would, and the guy who was given Red Bull for the first time before entering the stadium. 4. WMU After UFR: The Defense starts at 51:30 Recalibrating how much I love the running backs. They put a lot on Josh Ross. NHG's issues seemed fixable. Might also have to recalibrate how we think of DL statistics. MUSIC: Tonight's featured band is Goat Motor, the Chicago-based funk rock band for whom reader Dustin Fillion does the bass work. Check them out on Spotify, or on their Facebook page. “Hold Me Back” “Slate” “How Could I Be So Blind” And because Sony bought our song and slapped a claim on us, the opener and outtro: “Funk It Up Old School” “Russian Vodka”—Motorboat
56 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, and Information Entropy, the Raw Power app for iOS by Gentleman Coders, and SignalWire, which is the virtual office platform we recorded on during the pandemic because we'd had it up to here with Zoom (use the code MUPPETS and they'll buy your team lunch!) This episode however was recorded at Prentice 4M, on the other end of The Bridge, started by a couple of readers to have the perfect, affordable, safe, and clean living/renting/working space near campus. 1. Macdonald's Origin Story & D-Line starts at 1:00 Brian does not like this idea of taking the Ravens LBs coach and making him the coordinator of a defense that looks like a 5-2 in 2021. The three guys they plan to start have talent but there are a lot of walk-on names behind them. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Hot Takes and Linebackers starts at 17:08 Not as petrified as we were in spring, except Brian. Only two linebackers there are. We try to talk Brian into Nikhai Hill-Green—Seth thinks this is a good development because Barrett struggled against Wisconsin in a more linebacker-ish role. Not worried about Mullings because he was a two-year project. Colson should be fun. Josh Ross is mentioned like “He's good, next.” 3. The Secondary starts at 30:43 Immediately rip off the band-aid and discuss cornerbacks. Brian is the positive(!) one about Gemon Green, at least in man coverage. DJ Turner II has plausible deniability, the two 2020 cornerback recruits do not. May it be Ja'Den McBurrows to the rescue mid-season? The safeties are either the best tandem in the Big Ten, or that just because they have Dax Hill, but Seth thinks he will be in nickel role a ton this year with RJ Moten blooming at safety. 4. How it All Fits starts at 46:45 Please remember there's a nickel for every spread. Difference between this and Wisconsin. Can it work? It can't be worse. Maybe it can be 2011-style weird enough to kick the other team off the field sometimes. MUSIC: “DayLight/NightLight”—Aesop Rock “Do I Wanna Know?”—Arctic Monkeys “I'm Still Alive”—Cake “Across 110th Street”
More talk about how things have changed within Schembechler Hall in Friday's press conference. Some key quotes, including some big inferences we can make about Michigan football last year. Why Cade McNamara has emerged as a leader, why Josh Ross appears to have as well and the Big Ten's new COVID-19 forfeiture policy on the latest Locked On Wolverines. SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. 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. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Continuing our series previewing the Michigan football team at each position group, we look at the Wolverines' linebacker room. We discuss the position battles that exist at linebacker, the room's strengths, weaknesses and key questions, while also making our predictions for the room in 2021. We begin by looking at the depth chart. We discuss the inside linebacker duo of Josh Ross and Michael Barrett, and what kind of push Nikhai Hill-Green and Junior Colson can provide. We also look at the edge position, and what the hierarchy might look like behind Aidan Hutchinson. Our attention then turns to the strengths and weaknesses of the room. We discuss the unit's tackling ability, high ceiling at edge, coverage woes, lack of depth and more. We also ponder if any of the room's former top-tier recruits will pop in 2021, and what a hype-filled offseason for Aidan Hutchinson can translate into on the field this fall. We close with our predictions for the group in the 2021 season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We spend most of this episode offering our thoughts and takeaways from Michigan's Big Ten Media Days appearance. In the second half of the show, we also look at conference realignment, and how it pertains to Michigan and the Big Ten. Reflecting on Jim Harbaugh, Josh Ross, Aidan Hutchinson and Hassan Haskins speaking with reporters in Indianapolis last week, we look at some of the key storylines. We discuss Michigan's renewed focus on Ohio State, Cade McNamara, the Wolverines' vows of redemption and reflections on the 2020 season, some light depth-chart talk and other key topics. We also discuss Harbaugh's demeanor, and some interesting comments about Michigan's new coaching staff. Then, we switch to the ongoing discussion of conference realignment, assessing what the Big Ten could and should do next, and where that leaves Michigan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of The Dip and Rip Podcast the guys sit down at the Thunderdome with Jime Litwalk (@jimelitwalk) & Joe Capobianco (@joecapobiancotattoos). Buy a shirt!: www.dipandfuckinrip.com Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/dipandrip Check out the Shop: www.thunderdometattoo.com Follw us on Instagram!: Thunderdome Tattoo: @thunderdometattoo //Randy Randerson: @randy_r //Josh Ross: @horiokie // “Fired” Josh: @heartburn // Monday Malarkey @monday_malarkey
Episode 123- Josh Ross from Black Heart Saints! This is a band every rock fan should know. They are extremely talented musicians and songwriters. The band has had two charted songs on rock radio recently, but even their older stuff kicks ass. They have done shows with everyone from Sevendust & Puddle of Mudd to Slash & L.A. Guns. Josh and I discuss how he got in to music and how the band formed as well as some of the more business aspects of working in music such as the band’s beer. 00:00 - Intro01:00 - Josh's Family Background02:43 - Musical Influences 03:27 - Rockstar Life 04:23 - Playing Music 05:55 - Early Bands 08:25 - Finding Guitar Player Mark Sean10:14 - Black Heart Saints & Songwriting 12:18 - "Quicksand" Song Inspiration 14:58 - Pushing to Get Songs on Radio 16:47 - Van "The SaintSation" & Trailer Theft 19:03 - South By Southwest 20:40 - Show with Filter 21:35 - Jason McMaster & Dangerous Toys 23:10 - Big Shows - Winery Dogs & Kings X24:23 - Deen Castronovo & Dead Daisies25:17 - Blacktop Mojo 26:20 - Performing with Slash 27:48 - Huge Show with Steel Panther 28:45 - Performing Shows Now & Future 31:15 - John Moyer of Disturbed 32:30 - Newer Up & Coming Bands 34:02 - Solo Career & Cover Bands 35:45 - Black Heart Stout Beer & Business 37:40 - Pay to Play 39:30 - Stand Up Comedy in Austin 41:05 - Troubled Fan 43:15 - Health Alliance for Austin Musicians 44:30 - Wrap Up Black Heart Saints Website:https://www.blackheartsaintsmusic.comHealth Alliance for Austin Musicians:https://www.myhaam.orgChuck Shute Podcast Website:http://chuckshute.comSupport the show (https://venmo.com/Chuck-Shute)
Phil Callihan and Clint Derringer discuss LB Josh Ross, the transformation of the defense (no more viper), the transfer of WR Giles Jackson, and the pitfalls of the NCAA football transfer portal.
Josh Ross walks us through some motivations for Christian living. "I don't believe something when I say I believe something,I don't believe something when I believe I believe something, I believe something when I act as if it were true." - Dallas WillardIn Alliston as it is in heaven
When you’re not hammering boards or nailing down the roof on the jobsite, how do you spend your “free time”? Odds are, most individuals in the Trades Industry worry about meeting deadlines, paying employees on time, and catching up on last minute errands for their business. Working long hours, stressing about income, and finding time to eat a decent meal in between job sites isn’t what most tradesmen envision when they start their business. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Tradesmen, it’s time you take back your schedule and start showing up for your community. This week, I am speaking with Josh Ross, Owner of Energy Shield of the Lakes Region, about a shift he made for his company. Josh shares how he went from being a depressed, scrambled, employee of his business to a proud, time-freedom having owner. What began as a marketing and advertising call, quickly led to setting the foundation for a total rebrand of Energy Shield of the Lakes Region. In this episode, we walk through the process of Josh going through the N.A.I.L. Method and how he was able to date his wife once again. Throughout our conversation, we also provide tangible actions that tradesmen can take to reap the same rewards. Topics Discussed: Why working long hours doesn’t equate to a successful company Proven N.A.I.L. Method tactics that actually work Focusing on what tradesmen do best: building strong relationships Learning to step back and take a moment to breathe The Nail Method Toolbox is the step by step blueprint on how to increase revenue, decrease expenses so that you can gain more clients and give uninterrupted time to your family… ...Without the stress of having to check your phone for new jobs or follow ups before bed. Get access to the FREE NAIL Method Tool Box: https://heartcenteredtradesmen.com/nailmethod To learn more about Energy Shield of the Lakes Region visit: www.energyshieldnh.com
In this episode, Andy has a conversation about the book Scarred Hope. Scarred Hope is the work of Beverly Ross and Josh Ross. In this conversation, they talk about grief, loss, and the how God gives them scarred hope. Scarred Hope: A Mother and Son Learn to Carry Grief and Live with Joy Life is often like a game of cards; we're sometimes dealt a lousy hand. So, in life, it becomes a matter of what we're going to do with it. How are we going to choose to be faithful with the hand we've been dealt? We may not be able to control the outcome, but we can control how we choose to cling to hope, joy, adventure, and courage. A scar is a healed wound. Often, we don't ever let our wounds become scars because we keep picking at them. We don't give them time to properly heal. Yet, we believe that we're at our best when our scars become stories of redemption, hope, restoration, and courage. "As Beverly and Josh share their hearts and story through Scarred Hope, they add validity to the grief process and offer blessings to bereaved children and their families. Thank you for using your personal story and journey and providing others with the gift of hope and healing! On behalf of many, thank you!" Vicki Jay, CEO, National Alliance for Grieving Children The Winter Faith Podcast is focused on creating conversations to promote emotional and spiritual growth through tough conversations about faith, apathy, and everything in between. Podcast music by Josh Cleveland. Purchase his album Root of a Man on Apple Music and Amazon Music. Follow @winterfaithpodcast on Instagram, Twitter, and join the Winter Faith Podcast on Facebook. Follow Andy @winterfaithandy Instagram and Twitter. Subscribe to the Winter Faith Podcast on Apple, Anchor, or Spotify. Support the show for as little as $1 a month on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/winterfaithandy --- 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/winterfaithpod/message
Welcome back, everyone! For the kickoff of Season 2, Jess talks to the team behind Con Alma, a restaurant and jazz bar in Pittsburgh's Shadyside neighborhood. How have they changed the business in 2020? What's the inspiration behind the food and the music? Listen in as Jess talks with music curator John Shannon, executive chef Josh Ross, and general manager Aimee Marshall.
Michigan won a roller-coaster game at Rutgers on Saturday night, 48-42 in triple overtime. Jon and Brian break down the game from all angles, before we hear from Head Coach Jim Harbaugh (9:20), quarterback Cade McNamara (15:30), defensive lineman Chris Hinton (18:40), and linebacker Josh Ross (21:45).
1 hour and 55 minutesWe are, as always, presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan I might have a very popular podcast on environmental engineering. Our associate sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox, and Information Entropy.Also we had to go with the audio from the Zoom call for Part 4.1. Offensestarts at 1:00Milton eh? Blake Corum, eh? Charbonnet's blocks, eh? Ben Mason ooooooooooo (stop at the whistle baby). Wide receivers fast, kinda wondering why Jake McCurry was more visible than Cornelius Johnson. All had concentration issues but Gentry speed. We didn't think to mention the line until the end which is a very good thing. Also a good thing: Gattis's playcalling and how it incorporated Harbaugh stuff. [The rest of the writeup and the player after The Jump]2. Defensestarts at 28:17Before and After Dax (we think he'll be okay. Paige was not quite as okay in his absence. Kwity Paye, eh? Aiden Hutchinson, eh? Cam McGroon, eh? Dalton Hill, eh? Green looked fine—one push-off that was crafty work by the receiver and that was basically it. Gray still had to commit PI but he also stayed with Bateman most of the day. Edge issues popped up. OH HEY MICHAEL BARRET, EH?3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Feelingsballstarts at 58:39COVID section. Punt block was a missed stunt pickup by Josh Ross. The Barrett return was Charbonnet dodging the ball then throwing a monster block. The Haskins stick was impressive. Herbstreit tries to pronounce things.4. Around the Big Ten wsg Jamie Macstarts at 1:14:42We welcome in Jamie Mac of Just Cover Blog, who's bouncing off his seat to talk about Indiana-Penn State, but can't because we want to give a good 15 minutes to Michigan State-Rutgers. Also the rest of the Big Ten happened, much of it on Maryland's face.MUSIC:“Golden Age"—TV On the Radio“Duck Down”—The Roots“Kings Left Behind”—Ikebe Shakedown“Across 110th Street”THE USUAL LINKS:Helpful iTunes subscribe linkGeneral podcast feed linkWhat's with the theme music?Last year Rutgers only scored 27 first-half points all of their Big Ten season, and they had 28 points yesterday.
On this episode of The Dip and Rip Podcast the guys sit down at the Thunderdome with Manny Hernandez (@manny_themachete). Buy a shirt!: www.dipandfuckinrip.com Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/dipandrip Check out the Shop: www.thunderdometattoo.com Follw us on Instagram!: Thunderdome Tattoo: @thunderdometattoo //Randy Randerson: @randy_r //Josh Ross: @horiokie // “Fired” Josh: @heartburn // Monday Malarkey @monday_malarkey
We'll have to use some authoritarian leader from Germany's past We are back because we are supported by awesome sponsors. The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan I would be a trade magazine editor with uncool t-shirts. Our associate sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox, and Information Entropy. 1. Defensive Line starts at 1:00 The tackles are deeper and the ends are amazing, with all kinds of interesting new depth. Kwity Paye is the #1 freak of the year, and Aiden Hutchinson is the guy we think might be a 1st or 2nd rounder next year. So why are we so afraid? Oh right, because last year they were playing Carlo Kemp at nose and Jess Speight when they didn't have Kemp. [The rest of the writeup and the player after The Jump] 2. Linebackers starts at 26:12 A wildman and the safe man. Josh Ross looked good at WLB before looking not as good (against Wisconsin) at MLB then spending the year redshirting. Cam McGrone done busted out and is Bush if Bush wasn't born a savant. We expect Michael Barrett to take over the Viper spot, and be the backup WLB, but things get interesting when you imagine how Solomon figures into that. 3. Secondary starts at 44:17 Oh dear. We recorded this before Faustin and Dax flipped who's getting tried at cornerback but the fear still applies. Not that we need to fear all of it, if Seth would stop reminding us that Ohio State gets to feast on them again this year. Clone Dax Hill. 4. Hot Takes & Special Teams starts at 1:08:15 SLAP is our new punting stat and Michigan's punters are good at it. Percent returned is bad but we know why. Who's the punt returner? We want anyone but Ronnie Bell. MUSIC: “Back to the Middle”—Deerhunter “Whatcha See is Whatcha Get”—The Dramatics “Motion Sickness”—Phoebe Bridgers “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?
With the season opener just 12 days away, Jon catches up with Head Coach Jim Harbaugh to discuss the latest from training camp and break down some of the players who have impressed heading into the season (2:00). Then, Linebackers Coach Brian Jean-Mary joins the show to detail his unique first year in Ann Arbor and break down the latest from the linebacker corps (19:00). We conclude with one of those linebackers, Josh Ross, who talks about his injury-shortened 2019 and looks ahead to the opportunities ahead in 2020 (32:30).
Michigan football players WR Giles Jackson and LB Josh Ross meet with the media via Zoom. Support the Podcast, Get Team Gear at Great Prices -> shorturl.at/qzCGP
On this episode of The Dip and Rip Podcast the guys sit down at the Thunderdome with Yogi Barrett (@yogi_barrett). Buy a shirt!: www.dipandfuckinrip.com Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/dipandrip Check out the Shop: www.thunderdometattoo.com Follw us on Instagram!: Thunderdome Tattoo: @thunderdometattoo //Randy Randerson: @randy_r //Josh Ross: @horiokie // “Fired” Josh: @heartburn // Monday Malarkey @monday_malarkey
On the heels of the Big Ten's decision to shift to a conference-only schedule for 2020 fall sports, Jon provides his initial thoughts and discusses how the changes may affect the Wolverines (5:00). Then, Jon and Brian break down some key topics from Head Coach Jim Harbaugh's video conference on Wednesday, including full context on his statement about dealing with COVID-19 (16:30), his players' desire to be part of the solution (21:15) and some observations on the position battles at quarterback and offensive line (28:00). We conclude with a great conversation with senior linebacker Josh Ross, who talks about his experiences during the pandemic (42:15), the lessons from his injury-plagued 2019 season (47:00), and his excitement level for the upcoming schedule (50:40).
On this episode of The Dip and Rip Podcast Randy goes down to Dallas to have a LONG conversation with Jime Litwalk (@jimelitwalk) and Erik Inclan (@beatnikvonzipper). This one covers a lot so strap in. Buy a shirt!: www.dipandfuckinrip.com Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/dipandrip Check out the Shop: www.thunderdometattoo.com Follw us on Instagram!: Thunderdome Tattoo: @thunderdometattoo //Randy Randerson: @randy_r //Josh Ross: @horiokie // “Fired” Josh: @heartburn // Monday Malarkey @monday_malarkey
On this episode of The Dip and Rip Podcast Josh and Randy have a long conversation with Paco Rollins (@pacorollins) about everything from building machines to how he got his start. Buy a shirt!: www.dipandfuckinrip.com Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/dipandrip Check out the Shop: www.thunderdometattoo.com Follw us on Instagram!: Thunderdome Tattoo: @thunderdometattoo //Randy Randerson: @randy_r //Josh Ross: @horiokie // “Fired” Josh: @heartburn // Monday Malarkey @monday_malarkey
We conclude our defensive preview with a look at the linebacker position, as Jon discusses the impact of Khaleke Hudson and Jordan Glasgow's departures, the growth of Cam McGrone last season and the outlook for Josh Ross in 2020. Then, Defensive Coordinator Don Brown stops by the show to talk about the linebackers and the defense as a whole (18:00). We conclude with a preview of the Big 10 men's basketball tournament, a look back at successful weekends for women's basketball and hockey, and an all-time Would You Rather question.
On this episode of The Dip and Rip Podcast the guys sit down at the Thunderdome with Elliott J. Wells (@elliotjwells) . Buy a shirt!: www.dipandfuckinrip.com Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/dipandrip Check out the Shop: www.thunderdometattoo.com Follw us on Instagram!: Thunderdome Tattoo: @thunderdometattoo //Randy Randerson: @randy_r //Josh Ross: @horiokie // “Fired” Josh: @heartburn // Monday Malarkey @monday_malarkey
On this episode of The Dip and Rip Podcast the guys sit down at Artist at Large in Wichita Kansas to talk to Dennis McPhail (@famousmcphail) and Erik Inclan (@beatnikvonzipper). Buy a shirt!: www.dipandfuckinrip.com Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/dipandrip Check out the Shop: www.thunderdometattoo.com Follw us on Instagram!: Thunderdome Tattoo: @thunderdometattoo //Randy Randerson: @randy_r //Josh Ross: @horiokie // “Fired” Josh: @heartburn // Monday Malarkey @monday_malarkey
On this Episode... From "Rock Hard"... JJ Winger, Adrian Aerostegui and newly crowned lead singer, Josh Ross were LIVE in the Studio... Nothing but a good time and shenanigans when these guys stop by... For more info on the band, go to http://rockhardtx.com/ … Much Love and Enjoy ;)
The Jacksonville Jaguars will go back to rookie Gardner Minshew as their starter in week 14 over Nick Foles, Arizona Cardinals CB Josh Shaw has been suspended indefinitely for betting on football, and wide receiver Josh Ross will play for the first time this Sunday since week 4 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
They can't get that caliber of recruit anymore. THE SPONSORS We can do this because people support us. You should support them! The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan we’d be all be very sad ex-Vox employees with “real” jobs. Our other sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Peak Wealth Management, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox, Perrin Brewing, and The Athletic -------------------------------------------- [After THE JUMP: colors] 1. The Offense starts at 1:00 Tip your Uber drivers. Bifurcation of the fanbase between people defending Shea Patterson and those blaming him for everything. Liked the called QB run and the direct snap near the goal line. McCaffrey takes are too harsh. Are we disappointed? Sorta? 2. The Defense starts at 32:35 Another sub-200 yard day obliterated by garbage time. Shutout also obliterated by the return. Feel bad because they were running Counter and our DTs aren't doing anything on them. Buying stock in NOT Booger McFarland's kid: stiffarmed McGrone. Josh Ross dressed, did not play, so redshirt still available. Metellus was playing down, they got him on the 3rd and 1. 3. Special Teams/Game Theory starts at 48:38 A return! Barrett buried a guy. Blocked punt on Maryland's left?-legged guy? They have a righty and a lefty. Quinn Nordin made his first attempt of the year. Hurry sneak on a 4th down that wasn't necessary because a review was about to show the spot was a full yard and a half short. Fake punt! Nice to have a former running quarterback as your upback listed as a linebacker. Flying wedge FTW! No fake punts from the spread punt except the rollout/nobody's here thing. Griese didn't prepare hard for this game. Miss Spielman. 4. Hoops & Around the Big Ten wsg Jamie Mac starts at 1:11:22 Zavier Simpson is an important guy: we knew this. The green light goes on a lot earlier: good for Livers, fine as long as it's not an off-the-dribble two. Brandon Johns looked pretty good. Is he aggressive enough to be the fourth banana? Yes. Bajema redshirt? Nunez did not look good on D. Pick and roll coverage is now dropping the center. Instead of double-byes, let's have Thanksgiving in peace. What a Big Ten week it was. Illinois-Rutgers! Illinois plays at an empty MSU next week! Brian wants Dantonio to circle his wagons for one more year but he's got a seven-hour deposition before they've got one running back and a Theo Day/Rocky Lombardi battle to start at quarterback—their AD is part of the Dantonio cabal so he could come back right? Didn't take long for Indiana to make fools of the Wildcat bettors. Nebraska's 400-pound guy deserved a TD. Martinez is playing bad quarterback. MUSIC: "Lost Ones" - Lauryn Hill "On Your Face" - Earth, Wind & Fire "Smooth Operator" – Sade “Across 110th Street”
It feels more bipartisan than just about anything these days. Except attacking Blizzard. wsg Richard Hoeg, small business attorney, who's going to walk us through the NCAA's response to NIL rights The Sponsors We can do this because people support us. You should support them! The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, who are the Dudes. Our other sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Peak Wealth Management, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox, Perrin Brewing, and The Athletic (this link gets you 40% off your sub) [After THE JUMP: a rundown] -------------------------------------------- 1. Name & Image Rights, wsg Richard Hoeg of HoegLaw starts at 1:00 Richard Hoeg joins the podcast to the NCAA’s astoundingly retrograde response to the California bill, which doesn’t say what your mainstream articles blindly republished that it said. Read it for yourself! 2. Notre Dame After UFR starts at 43:21 At long last: last year’s run game, but with some speed in space stuff. Michigan ran power to defeat the ND scrape exchange. Spread run game went from very bad to very good when deleting a guy became possible. Urban Meyer is unfortunately very good at analyzing football. Most important question: why did it take this long? There were some inexplicable ND screw ups and shouldn’t be underestimated. Still, run game is much better than running inside zone over and over again against Army. On defense, not much to talk about because Ian Book was dreadful. Made one read and then scrambled out of clean pockets. Hill and Thomas are significantly better than Vincent Gray at this point in time. Cleanest game from a defense in UFR history. Not a lot of organic pass rush, which could be concerning down the road. Uche dropped into coverage a bit. ND unprepared for zone. McGrone just needs to get a bit smarter and then he’s Devin Bush. Redshirt for Josh Ross? 3. Hoops Exhibitions: What to Look For starts at 1:07:14 Big questions: how much does Castleton play and where? And who plays at the 2 (DDJ, Brooks, Nunez, Bajema). Nunez is probably not in that seriously, not a good enough defender. Brooks looked okay at the open scrimmage, good defender. DeJulius was low efficiency in the scrimmage but is going to be an off the dribble, needs to be a knock down shooter. Question for 3-4: where does Isaiah Livers play? Teske will play 30 mpg, Castleton will play minutes, but the question is if the two can play together. With Johns, we don’t know about his mental state. He had a lost year of development as a freshman. Hopefully Howard can work with him. Should make the tournament, will take some losses early. 4. Maryland starts at 1:29:57 Ghost of Matt Canada is still in Maryland. Super explosive but nothing else. Their receiving corps is Notre Dame: one big downfield guy and nothing else. OL is brutal. Their QB situation is a revolving door with Jackson and Piggy both sorta hurt and a really bad third option. Their pass defense is awful, littered with injuries. Jon Hoke is their defensive coordinator. DL is tiny up front. They also have no sacks. Will get to garbage time in a hurry. MUSIC: Featured tonight: Indian-inspired reggae from Nucciano/Jovon, a native Detroiter, classically trained violinist and Michigan fan who's been recording lately with Javonntee. Check out more of her stuff at Micuqu records, www.ja-le-la-entertainment.com/artists-page2.html "What Are You Going To Do(With This)" ft. Javonntte "So Hot" “In the House" “Across 110th Street” If you or a friend made some good tunes and don't have a label out scrubbing for them we'd be happy to feature you. THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?
On this Episode... Josh Ross and Mark Sean from Austin's own "Black Heart Saints" crashed the Studio, to say the least ha... We had a Record Release/Listening Party for their brand new EP "Misery" and talked about upcoming shows, videos and plans for 2020... Also in the house, the bands newest sponsor, ATX Vodka's Bill Nychay sat in on the festivities... Much Love and Enjoy ;)
It's game week! Jon previews the matchup with Middle Tennessee in this week's "Seven from 77" before linebacker Josh Ross (19:00) and linebackers coach Anthony Campanile (29:00) join the program. Then, Jon finishes the show with the season's first “Locker Room Speech,” one that is certain to get you fired up for Saturday night!
I have opinions Brian. About football. You should stop doing that. The Sponsors This show is presented by The UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan, instead of 11 years of MGoPodcasts this would be entirely about salsa takes. Our other sponsors are also key to all of this: The Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, The HomeSure Lending, The University of Michigan Alumni Association, The Ann Arbor Elder Law, The Michigan Law Grad, The Human Element , The Phil Klein Insurance Group, The Peak Wealth Management, The Fuegobox, and introducing The Randy Wise Chevrolet, and The Perrin Brewing. -------------------------------------------- 1. Defensive Line (starts at 1:00) She's been comin' round the mountain. We all have different defensive ends. Danna is a super-Roh—gets very low and MAC types can't handle him. Doesn't make mistakes. Kwity Paye is Don Brown's perfect human, but we need to see some pass rush before we declare him so. Ace is all about Aidan Hutchinson. Vilain, Upshaw (who's 240) and Welschof and Ojabo are all in the future. Tackle…maybe not terrible? They need to get pass rush; Dwumfour is important and it appears he's got a soft cast on his hand so the injury holding him out currently isn't related to the injury last year. They're talking up Kemp as a guy who can hack it at nose but he's not going to be more than an undersized plugger. Jeter hype means that guy should be useful at least. Hard not to improve on a Kemp/Mone pass rush. More about not getting gashed in the run game; short version is they will. Now can we talk about Uche? What does Michigan need to go to a 3-3-5? The way the stack works is you're not supposed to know where it's coming from. 2. Linebackers and Hybrids (starts at 18:57) More Uche—they're going to get to 3rd downs for him—what can he do on 1st and 2nd? We're going to like Josh Ross just fine. Gil is an okay floor, we'd like McGrone, then Anthony, to pop. It sounds like it's Anthony and Glasgow as the primary challengers, with McGrone maybe one more year away. Need LBs who can keep up with running backs, maybe use a different one each week. 3. Cornerbacks and Safeties (starts at 34:47) So that's a bummer. We're taking the pessimistic road with Ambry but the optimistic road with Gray, because last year didn't happen until the very end and not many teams can do that to us. Daxton Hill is going to need some time to develop. At least they're saying the right things about DJ Turner. And okay, we'll buy Brad Hawkins. After those guys…euhhhh. Lamenting the 2018 class (and honorary 2018 Ben St-Juste). 4. Special Teams & Defense: Holistically (starts at 51:01) Moody is hitting those long ones now so it's him to start, but let's not forget Wild Thing is great and college kickers are weird. Will Hart outta nowhere. Not going to be a great but we're still top 25 and that should be enough. Seth thinks Don Brown has more interesting stuff to do. MUSIC "DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love"—Usher ft. Pitbull "Don't Stop The Party"—Pitbull ft. TJR "Feel This Moment"—Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?
@RossForman1 and @realJoshMathews are back with a new edition of #ImpactWrestling #PressPass, this week Josh & Ross are joined by number one contender for the Impact World Championship, Sami Callihan @TheSamiCallihan. Hear from "The Draw" himself as he prepares for his match with Brian Cage as he's talking about EVERYTHING!!!! Plus, Josh updates us on Bound For Glory ticket release information as the crew descends on the Windy City.
On Part 3 of 3 of our LIVE Podcast... Josh Ross from "Black Heart Saints", Danny Garcia and Tony Park from "Three:33", C.V. Wood and John Lewis from "Preachers Of Hell County" and Austin Music Royalty Mark Proct were all on hand to fish out the last of 3 podcast segments of the day... Nothing but ball busting amongst friends with a taste of Iron Wolf... For more info please go to https://www.blackheartsaintsmusic.com/, https://www.facebook.com/three33music, http://hometodaygonetomorrow.net/ https://www.facebook.com/preachers.rocks/
Mike and AJ sit down and chat with Josh Ross of The Want. We discuss alcohol consumption as a musician, Josh's musical journey and background, making connections with fans, covers vs originals, CRMS forum issues, original music in local venues, the importance of having a good product and Josh and Mike's Unpopular Opinions.
In a time when it seems easy for the church to disengage from culture around us, the call for the church is to intentionally engage. We are called to be light, salt, and the hope of the world. This call isn't a burden, but a great privilege. We have been invited into a marvelous adventure.
@RossForman1 and @realJoshMathews are back with a new edition of #ImpactWrestling #PressPass, this week Josh & Ross are back to discuss all things Impact Wrestling as well as the stacked card for #Slammiversary coming up this Sunday!
@RossForman1 and @realJoshMathews are back with a new edition of #ImpactWrestling #PressPass, this week Josh & Ross are joined by Impact World Champion @MrGMSI_BCage Brian Cage leading up to #Slammiversary. Get the latest from Mr GMSI on: - facing Michael Elgin at Slammiversary - Kenny Omega & The Terminator - How healthy is 'The Machine' heading into Sunday - Being the focus of Impact Wrestling - Australia - Tessa challenging for the Impact Championship?
@RossForman1 and @realJoshMathews are back with a new edition of #ImpactWrestling #PressPass, this week Josh & Ross are joined by Hall Of Famer, Booker T @BookerT5x to fight through technical difficulties as well as to discuss: - his history with Impact/TNA Wrestling, and the upcoming partnership with Reality of Wrestling - Stevie Ray's influence on Booker T - Advice for up and coming pro wrestlers - How does WWE feel about Booker's partnership with Impact? - life outside the ring for Booker T - his favorite TNA memories and matches
@RossForman1 and @realJoshMathews are back with a new edition of #ImpactWrestling #PressPass, this week Josh & Ross are joined by Cody and Cousin Jake, #TheDeaners to discuss: - Glamping? - The Deaners on Pursuit? - Motivational Speaking - Intergender Wrestling - Wine Bottles vs Beer Bottles - The Family That Tags Together.... - Josh Mathews as a Deaner? - #LAX - American Rednecks vs Canadian Rednecks
In this episode, #51, Andy talks with his friend Josh Ross of Sycamore View Church in Memphis. Andy and Josh went to church together for many years and Josh embraces questions about winter faith and scarred faith. He has three books for sale including Scarred Faith and Reentry. Both of these books are talked about in this podcast. Josh has a scarred faith in due to the death of his sister in 2010. In teaching his family and church family about his scars in faith Josh is able to connect deeply with many who seek out God despite pain and suffering and scars.. He preaches with passion and joy and is also willing to talk about difficult topics from the pulpit like the #metoo, immigration, politics, and mental health. He has been a minister at Sycamore View for 11 years. Josh and his wife have two boys and resides in the heart of the city of Memphis, a city Josh and his family deeply care about. Friends, I hope you enjoy this episode; its' a great one. Josh's sermons can be heard on the Sycamore View Podcast and SycamoreView.org. Buy Josh's Books on Amazon: Scarred Faith, Bringing Heaven to Earth, and Reentry. Podcast Music: www.joshcleveland.com Subscribe to The Winter Faith Podcast on Apple, Anchor, and Spotify. Follow @winterfaithpodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and join the Winter Faith Podcast on Facebook. Follow @winterfaithandy on Twitter and Instagram. Please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts, too! Support the Show by becoming a Patron. On Patreon you will review bonus episodes and free ebooks. Join for only $1 a month. --- 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/winterfaithpod/message
@RossForman1 and @realJoshMathews are back with a new edition of #ImpactWrestling #PressPass, this week Josh & Ross are joined by @Tess_Blanchard as the Undeniable one discusses: - Reflecting on Rebellion - Warrior Wrestling & The Chicago Wrestling Scene - Intergender Wrestling - "Glen Gilberti is a piece of sh**" - Her diet routine - WOW - The grind of the road and her schedule
@RossForman1 and @realJoshMathews are back with a new edition of #ImpactWrestling #PressPass, this week Josh & Ross are joined by #TheDraw @TheSamiCallihan and he's talking about EVERYTHING. - ECW Legends and the 2300 Arena - The Wrestling Revolver - AEW - Stone Cold to oVe?? - Chicago Wrestling - Cultivating New Talent - Rich Swann - Eddie Edwards - Impact Muppets
Hello friends, hope you are all doing well. We are starting a new Devocast series where we have interviews with people on why they believe in Jesus Christ. As we are going through the Gospel Blueprint series, we are also hearing personal stories of salvation and the glory/struggles that come with it! With that being said our first guest will be Mr. Josh Ross himself! Be blessed!
Rick Atchley, Josh Graves, Josh Ross, and Chris Seidman join the show to discuss preaching to men, declining attendance, technology, and church, For more on this month’s sponsor, The Telos Group, click here.
@RossForman1 and @realJoshMathews are back with a new edition of #ImpactWrestling #PressPass, this week Josh & Ross are joined by two of the latest editions to the Impact roster, #AceAustin and #MadmanFulton. First, hear from @The_Ace_Austin on his travels to @ImpactWrestling, then get the latest from @FultonWorld on joining #oVe and the chaos he plans on unloading on the Impact roster.
Jon helps you gear up for Saturday's huge matchup with Michigan State by breaking down the game from all angles. Then, Michigan natives Josh Ross (17:15), Lawrence Marshall (23:00) and Tru Wilson (28:00) join the show to discuss the rivalry. We finish the episode with a special Q&A segment and a locker room-esque speech from Jon.
Jon reviews Saturday's come-from-behind victory at Northwestern before Jim Harbaugh (7:10), Josh Uche (10:30), Chase Winovich (11:30), Josh Ross (15:50) and Zach Gentry (18:05) share their thoughts on the thrilling win.
Ephesians 5:22-6:9 There may not be a more prophetic message in our time than a message about submission.In a culture that is obsessed with rights and power, Josh Ross shares a message that is a call to the church to be different, to submit to one another out of reverence to Christ.
Josh co-founded Humanitix with a friend. Humanitix is a NFP ticketing platform that supports charities. This in itself is already an interesting story. But Josh's personal story is insightful too! From sharing a salary with his friend and co-founder to moving back to the parents, it's a true entrepreneurial story. Enjoy! More about Humanitix Humanitix is a registered DGR-1 Charity. 100% of profits go into indigenous scholarships, meals for the homeless, domestic violence shelters etc. Find out more here: http://www.humanitix.com Read an article here. How it works (download graphic): More About Josh Josh studied finance and accounting at Macquarie University. He joined Watermark Funds Management in early 2010 as the third employee in the investment team. He consistently remained one of the top performers over 7 years, helping to establish Watermark as one of Australia’s leading hedge funds. Josh Ross is a CFA® charterholder. In late 2016 Josh co-founded Humanitix, Australia's first not-for-profit ticketing platform, having recently received runners-up Social Entrepreneurs of the year by Third Sector. How to connect with Josh LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-ross-59ab082b/ Humanitix: https://www.humanitix.com/about-us/ How you a Corporate Hybreneur? Find out at http://hybreneur.com
How do you survive lengthy seasons of darkness? In January of 2014, Josh Ross traveled to Barrow, Alaska, to interact with a community that experiences over sixty-five days of darkness every winter. His time there revealed how essential the principles of reentry, roots, and rhythm are to our survival and health far beyond the Arctic Circle. Josh shares these insights in his newest book, "Reentry: How Pain, Roots, and Rhythm Guide Us from Darkness to Light." As vital as the message of entry is to the Christian faith, many Christians are also desperate for a message of reentry after many seasons of doubt, confusion, bondage to the past, severed relationships, loss, depression, and stress. From places of darkness and shadows, God comes and reveals himself as the one who enters into our pain both as a companion who walks with us through our trials and as the one who is eager to eventually lead us into a healthier place.
From web developer to Hawaii photographer, Josh Ross did what many of us often daydream about. He picked up his life and moved to the small Hawaiian island of Maui. But as Josh tells in his interview with Andy, it’s often easier said than done. Living in the Bay Area of California, Josh had a comfortable salary as a manager for a team of web developers. He bought a house out in the countryside, and it seemed like his life was mapped out for him. But as time went on, he realized that maybe this corporate slog of stressful days wasn’t the life he wanted for himself after all. After a vacation to Maui, his feeling for moving became more resolute, and he started planning his big change of scenery. Fast forward to 2017. Josh, having lived on the island for less than 2 years, is pursuing his passion of photography as his full time career. Josh and Andy discuss the pros and cons of moving to a small island, what it means to pursue your passions, and how embracing island time can be restorative for the mind and soul. Check out their full interview now. Links Josh Ross Photography Josh Ross: Facebook Josh Ross: Twitter Josh Ross: Instagram
Josh Ross returns to the show to discuss life six years after his sister tragically passed away. We talk about the meaning of Hillsong United's music to his journey, the Tomb being empty, the Four Truths that sustain him, Memphis, Scarred Faith, daily reminders, and Texas.
Milestone episode 50 of RUNIOWA! On this episode, we review and preview our GPS watches (we're each getting new watches), we talk with Addaero App co-founder Joshua Ross, and our Of the Weeks include the Red Shoe Run Walk and running tips for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (and all new runners)! Thanks for liking, subscribing, and listening!
Josh Ross and Jonathan Storment return to the show to discuss what book kept Jonathan in Church, N.T. Wright’s Surprised by Hope brought to life in Memphis and Abilene, a better story than Rapture theology, living from Resurrection, Imagination, Resurrection being Good News even for those who don’t believe and their new book Bringing Heaven to Earth.If you want to win a copy of this book, post a pic of where Heaven is breaking in amongst your city, your church, your school or your life and post it on Twitter with the Hashtag #BringHeaven and we will select two of them to receive a free copy of this book.For more on this month’s sponsor go to theseattleschool.edu