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September 1, 2021 - Season 12, Episode 17 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can. In this Wednesday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the initial 53-man roster that the Pittsburgh Steelers set Tuesday night. We go over all the position groups and talk some about the decisions that were made to keep certain players over other certain players.Alex and I agree that the current 53-man roster won't look the same 48 hours after it was set so we go over what is likely to happen with a few players possibly going to the Reserve/Injured list. We talk about what we expect the 53-man roster to look like come Week 1 from a position group standpoint.Will the Steelers add any players from the outside in the coming days? We talk about that topic and go over several names of players that Alex and I think have a chance of becoming Steelers and why.There is news to pass along concerning defensive back Antoine Brooks Jr. and quarterback Joshua Dobbs that we pass along in this podcast. We also talk about the breaking news concerning cornerback Joe Haden in this show.A salary cap update is provided in this show now that the initial 53-man roster has been set.Alex and I close this show out by hitting the e-mail machine for a few listener questions as part of closing out this Wednesday episode.
Who is going to be Tennessee football's starting quarterback? And who will be the backup? That's a topic that won't go away until a pecking order becomes apparent, especially given that the Vols have struggled at the position since Joshua Dobbs' exit following the 2016 season. At least Tennessee has a deep competition for the job. Stay connected on Twitter with Blake (@btoppmeyer) Mike (@ByMikeWilson) and John (@JohnAdamsKNS) and stay up to date on Vols sports news by following @GoVolsXtra. Connect on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GoVolsXtra/ Subscribe to KnoxNews: knoxnews.com/subscribe
There are so many question surrounding the 2021 Steelers quarterback room. What will Ben look like this season? Who's winning the QB2 battle so far? Where does Joshua Dobbs fit in? Join BTSC Deputy Editor Michael Beck on the latest edition of The Live Mike as he helps Steeler Nation navigate through the 2021 offseason and beyond. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chuck opens the show by talking about the path that Tennessee was heading down in the Butch Jones era and where they ended up. He also talks about Rhett Lashlee's previous season at Miami, after coming in from SMU. We are then joined by Dave Bartoo for his weekly visit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chuck opens the show by talking about the path that Tennessee was heading down in the Butch Jones era and where they ended up. He also talks about Rhett Lashlee's previous season at Miami, after coming in from SMU. We are then joined by Dave Bartoo for his weekly visit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chuck opens the show by talking about the path that Tennessee was heading down in the Butch Jones era and where they ended up. He also talks about Rhett Lashlee’s previous season at Miami, after coming in from SMU. We are then joined by Dave Bartoo for his weekly visit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/23/2021Season 11, Episode 104 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can. In this Friday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Justin Layne getting arrested overnight and what all that might mean for him and the team ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft.Steelers new offensive line coach Adrian Klemm had some interesting remarks in a recent segment on steelers.com so Alex and I recap all that he said. That Klemm recap leads to us talking more about Alabama center Landon Dickerson ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft. We go over the reports from Tony Pauline on Dickerson as it relates to his draft stock and how the Steelers might view his medical reports. We talk about the possibility of Dickerson being a Steelers selection this year in either the first or second round.Alex and I have a mock draft discussion and during it we discuss several candidates to be the Steelers first and second round selections this year. We also talk about the three biggest needs the Steelers have positionally ahead of the draft and how those might impact their first several selections.There was some recent news concerning NFL rookie minicamps that Alex and I go over as well. We also discuss the Steelers rookie minicamp quarterback situation.Alex and I go over the new contract numbers for quarterback Joshua Dobbs and provide a full salary cap update during this show as well.We then wrap up several loose ends late in this Friday show and then answer a few questions we have received recently from listeners.
4/16/2021Season 11, Episode 102 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Friday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers re-signing quarterback Joshua Dobbs and inside linebacker Vince Williams since our last show. We discuss what both re-signings might mean when it comes to the positions and if they will impact the draft at all.Is outside linebacker more of as draft need than inside linebacker at this point? Alex and I discus that topic quite a bit. We also discuss several defensive prospects, both outside and inside linebackers, during this part of the show as well.What is going to happen with the Steelers and their OTAs this offseason? We discuss the latest on that topic and what all is going on around the league when it comes to boycotts.Dane Brugler released a new full mock draft recently so Alex and I recap the eight selections he had for the Steelers. The Vegas win total number for the Steelers in 2021 is now on the board so we briefly discuss that topic in this show as well.We then wrap up several loose ends late in this Friday show and then answer a few questions we have received recently from listeners.
Vince Williams and Joshua Dobbs signed one-year deals this week, becoming the latest players to return to the team after seemingly being gone. Is this a good thing or is the recycling of players counter-productive? This is the main topic that will be discussed on the latest episode of the morning flagship show in the BTSC family of podcasts. Join BTSC co-editor Jeff Hartman for this and more on “Let’s Ride”. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1/6/2021Season 11, Episode 66 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Wednesday morning show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the 2021 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. This means we talk quite a bit about the sixth time possibly being the charm for guard Alan Faneca. We also revisit the chances of former Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward ever getting into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Will the Steelers lose salary cap guru Omar Khan this offseason to another team? We talk about one team recently interviewing Khan for their open general manager position and more. We also talk a little bit about the Steelers 2021 salary cap situation now that the 2020 regular season has come to an end.The Cleveland Browns are going through a minor COVID outbreak to start this week so Alex and I bring everyone up to speed on their situation and go over the key people they will be without on Sunday against the Steelers.Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin met the media on Tuesday, so we go over everything that he had to say that is pertinent. We talk about the health of the team starting the wild Card week and if inside linebacker Robert Spillane and guard Matt Feiler will both wind up suiting up on Sunday versus the Browns. We also talk a little about the chances of the Steelers dressing Joshua Dobbs on Sunday against the Browns and using him like they did in Week 17.Alex and I go over our final notes of the Steelers Week 17 loss to the Browns after watching the all-22. We give a mini preview of sorts of the Steelers Wild Card game against the Browns.We close out this Wednesday show by tying up several loose ends and then answer a few great questions we received from listeners the last few days.
Former Morehouse athlete and now quarterback skills trainer Quincy Avery has worked with some of the best signal callers in the NFL and on the college level. Quincy has worked with guys like Cam Newton, Jalen Hurts, Justin Fields, Joshua Dobbs, Jamie Newman, DWayne Haskins and more! On this episode of Tough Calls Quincy discusses his process of not only training these top flight quarterbacks, but giving them off the field knowledge and building a relationship with them that's deeper than football. He also gives some insight into the skillsets of some of our favorite QBS that he has trained and how his goal of changing the dynamic of the black quarterback. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tough-calls/support
The gang is joined by Jordan Defigio to discuss some Pirates baseball, her new podcast Helmet Hair, craft beer, her music, writing for Steelers Nation, and more. The guys also talk Steeler's season, players traded/cut/signed/released, named starters, Josh Dobbs, and OBJ's dookie gate. All this and more on podcast 146 of the Yinzertainment podcast.
Joe and Brian are back to talk about several of the Pittsburgh Steelers moves over the weekend including bringing back Sean Davis and Joshua Dobbs, as well as signing punter Dustin Colquitt. The hosts breakdown the team's first depth chart of the season, including several "or" designations for starters and backups. The Steelers make some moves and release their first 2020 season depth chart appeared first on Steel City Underground.
9/7/2020Season 11, Episode 13 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Monday show, which was recorded late Sunday night, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the roster cuts that were made on Saturday and the initial 53-man roster that was set.The first portion of this podcast Alex and I talk quite a bit about wide receiver Ryan Switzer and defensive tackle Daniel McCullers both being cut on Saturday.Alex and I talk about the few players that surprisingly made the initial 53-man roster and then get into talking about the team adding two former players, quarterback Joshua Dobbs and safety Sean Davis, to the team on Sunday. We also discuss the know practice squad members to date.Alex and I tie up a lot of other Steelers news that happened since Friday and that includes up discussing the guard David DeCastro having his contract restructured. At the end of this podcast, which was recorded late Sunday night, Alex and I cover the breaking news that defensive tackle Cameron Heyward signed a contract extension Sunday night.We also go over the updated list of Steelers free agents as Sunday came to a close and wonder if the team will have a new punter soon.We close out this Monday podcast episode by answering several more emails we've received from listeners.Thanks for listening and don’t forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends!
Jesus is the first fruits of the resurrected, then at the sound of the last trumpet we rise incorruptible. What does it mean to be incorruptible and what will our resurrected bodies be like. Join Joshua as he explores biblical passages about the resurrection of the saints. Truth in Christ is the Apostolic ministry of Joshua Dobbs
Heinz Field will not host fans for Pittsburgh Steelers games in September because of concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic.Mark Bergin and Ike Taylor discuss head coach Mike Tomlin's powerful speech about the state of the nation and the Steelers' stance on the issues.Bergin and Taylor also talk about what's next for the Jacksonville Jaguars after they cut Leonard Fournette.They also discuss ongoing contract negotiations between the New Orleans Saints and Alvin Kamara.Follow Mark Bergin on social media: Facebook, Twitter, InstagramFollow Ike Taylor on social media: Facebook, Twitter, InstagramIntro Music: Louie Kaczmarek
On this 63rd episode of the @field2therealpodcast, Stephanie and Jarrett began with Michael Jordan and LeBron James: could they mesh together on the same team (#whosreallyright)? Then the pair move on to the recent NFL players arrested and James Harrison's admission, before introducing their new segment: Mental Health Moment! The first selection for this spotlight is Michael Phelps (#mentalhealthmoment). The team ends with spotlights Joshua Dobbs (#ontothereal) and The GOAT Games (#fieldgoodfinalthought). Show Picks Stephanie- Luxury Travel Experts, Hometown, Garage Squad Jarrett- Spenser Confidential, The Infographics Show, Basketball County: It's In The Water
Glenn Kaplan talked abut the NHL's, the NBA's, and the MLB's chances of returning to play, Bruce Cassidy's thoughts on the Stanley Cup Playoffs being expanded to 24 teams, Dak Prescott, Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tua Tagavaiola, Lebron James and the Dallas Cowboys during the 2011 lockout with the NBA and a potential contract, Lebron on playing with Michael Jordan, Kevin Durant, Scottie Pippen, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Ben Roethlisberger, Mason Rudolph, Delvin "Duck" Hodges, Joshua Dobbs, Nick Foles, Jake Guentzel, Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Tristan Jarry, Matt Murray, Head Coach Mike Sullivan, General Manager Jim Rutherford, James Harrison, Mike Tomlin, Sean Payton, Gregg Williams, Bounty Gate, and Mohammed Massquoi.
Joshua Dobbs is well known for his role as the quarterback for the Tennessee Volunteers from 2013-2016. He graduated from the Tickle College of Engineering, in May 2017, where he completed a five-year Aerospace Engineering degree and a Business Administration minor, all within four years. He then entered the NFL with the Pittsburgh Steelers and now is currently the Quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Listen to Josh's career path as he navigated his early career as an exercise physiologist in Texas, his multiple management positions in Indiana, his travels and experience in Abu Dhabi, to his current position at University of Colorado Health. Josh's path will leave you inspired and motivated to achieve more in your career.
9/27/19Season 10, Episode 23 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Friday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to recapping the Pittsburgh Steelers Monday Night Football home game history ahead of their Week 4 game against the Cincinnati Bengals.Alex and I move on to talk about the Steelers Thursday injury report and who we think might not play Monday night against the Bengals. We also go over the Bengals latest injury report.Is the Steelers trade for tight end Nick Vannett this week essentially just a swap for quarterback Joshua Dobbs. Will the Steelers sign Vannett to an extension prior to him reaching free agency next offseason? Alex and I go over the latest on Vannett since he arrived in Pittsburgh and attempt to answer those two questions as we revisit the acquisition of the Ohio State product. We also talk about how much Vannett might be used Monday night.Alex and I move on to take a deep dive into Steelers offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner and his playcalling and scheme. We go over a few changes we would like to see made and what we would like to see him do more of and less of starting Monday night against the Bengals.Alex and then take an ultra deep dive into previewing the Bengals on offense and defense. We discuss how we expect the Steelers to attack the Bengals defense and what we believe the Bengals offense will attempt to do Monday night. A few specific plays, matchups and Xs and Os are discussed in this preview of the Steelers Week 4 opponent.With it being Friday, Alex and I give you all of our picks for the Week 4 NFL games against the spread and that includes us predicting the outcome and final score of the Steelers Monday night game against the Bengals.Alex and I finally close out this long show by answering several email questions we received from listeners.As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here in this post.Thanks for listening and don’t forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends!
9/11/19Season 10, Episode 16 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Wednesday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to recapping the few transactions that the Pittsburgh Steelers have made since their Sunday night loss to the New England Patriots. We first go over the trading of quarterback Joshua Dobbs and the re-signing of quarterback Devlin Hodges to the practice squad and discuss how it looks like the team is intent on moving forward with just two quarterbacks on their 53-man roster for the time being.We go over the history of the Steelers dating back to 2000 regarding them usually keeping three quarterbacks on the 53 and recap the few games where they only had two. we also discuss what future roster contraction might look like moving forward. The Steelers lost outside linebacker Tuzar Skipper to the New York Giants on Monday so Alex and I discuss how unfortunate that was.Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin held his usual press conference on Tuesday so Alex and I go through all of the main talking points that stuck out to us. We go over the injury report Tomlin provided as part of that discussion.With the all-22 from the loss to the Patriots now gone over, Alex and I discuss the Sunday night game more and that includes going over additional things that have caught our eyes in the last few days. There’s a lot of bad that we are forced to recap during the middle of the show. We discuss several different situations from the Sunday night game and attempt to define a key turning point.We close out this show with a few thoughts on the latest regarding Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown.As usual, Alex and I answer a few email questions that we received from listeners since our last show posted to close out this episode.As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here in this post.Thanks for listening and don’t forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends!
8/20/19Season 10, Episode 7 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Tuesday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to discussing what all Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin had to say at the conclusion of the team’s Monday practice and how the team intends to handle this week ahead of their third preseason game Sunday night against the Tennessee Titans. We go over the latest injury report and try to speculate which starters might play Sunday night and for how long.Alex and I move on to give several final thoughts on the Steelers Saturday night preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs. We go over the play of cornerback Mike Hilton Saturday night and also discuss hoe rookie running back Benny Snell Jr. was used in a short-yardage role and if that holds any kind of significance. We also discuss Matt Feiler not yet playing any at right tackle in the first two preseason games as well as the performances of several other roster hopefuls.My latest 53-man roster prediction was posted on Sunday so Alex and I review it and the one change that I made so I wouldn’t duplicate my previous effort. Alex recently explored the potential trade value of Steelers backup quarterback Joshua Dobbs so not only do we discuss that post of his, we talk some more about the possibility of quarterback Devlin Hodges making the team this year in some capacity and how we would like to see him used in the final two preseason games in regard to playing time.As usual, Alex and I answer a few email questions that we received from listeners since our last show posted to close out this episode.As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here in this post.Thanks for listening and don’t forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends!
As if watching the Steelers isn’t stressful enough, as Outpost-ers, we had to watch the NFL Game Pass version of the Steelers-Chiefs, featuring the Kansas City broadcast crew of Ari Wolfe, Todd McShay and Trent Green, who apparently did their homework on this game in the broadcast truck during the rain delay. Then they put it over the edge with a migraine-inducing, quarter-long interview with KC GM Brett Veach. My bad for keeping the volume above zero.The Steelers starters got a lot of reps early in this second pre-season game. They showed a little rust, but got rumbling in the second quarter.Mason Rudolph started the game protected by a largely, first-string offensive line. Four series of futility were rewarded with an 85 yard drive, culminating in a Jayson Samuels 14 yard scamper for a TD with Mason going 7-8.Repeating his success against Tampa Bay, Joshua Dobbs hit James Washington for a 40 yard reception in his first drive. Unfortunately, the drive sputtered with Dobbs’ pass from the 6th sailed over Deonte Johnson into the awaiting hands of Chris Ward who returned it 49 yards. The good news? Dobbs made the tackle.Thankfully, James Conner took off where he finished last year, gaining 28 yards on 6 carries. Jaylen Samuels showed the sophomore effect, running for 26 yards on 4 carries.James Washington continued impressing, grabbing 4 passes for 78 yards, one of them a leaping grab on the sideline as well as the aforementioned 40 reception from J. Dobbs.The defense dislodged three fumbles from the Chiefs, recovering all of theme while holding Patrick Mahomes to 2 of 5 passing.Bud Dupree busted free for 2 sacks, while knocking down a pass and hitting the QB three times. Is this the new Bud?
8/13/19Season 10, Episode 6 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Tuesday show that was recorded Monday night, Alex Kozora and I get right to the sudden passing Sunday morning of Pittsburgh Steelers wide receivers coach Darryl Drake. It’s a tough subject to talk about so Alex and I do our best to pay proper respect to Drake and what he meant to not only the Steelers, but others around the football community. We also delicately address what the Steelers might try to do when it comes to filling the void that Drake’s sudden passing has created.Alex and I move on to discuss some more of our thoughts on the Steelers Friday night preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. We attempt to discuss the play of a few other players we didn’t deeply address during the Saturday show after going through the game tape a few more times. This includes talk about outside linebacker Tuzar Skipper, inside linebacker Ulysees Gilbert III and a few other players.We spend a lot of time going over the quarterback play from Friday’s game and that includes discussing the possibility of the team keeping quarterback Devlin Hodges over Joshua Dobbs.My latest Steelers 53-man roster prediction was posted on Sunday and Alex’s will be posted Tuesday morning. We go over the few changes I made in mine and why I made them and Alex drops a few hints in regard to what his new roster prediction might look like.Alex and I have another long talk about the back of the Steelers wide receiver depth chart and if indeed Ryan Switzer and Eli Rogers are both locks to make the 53-man roster at this point.We move on to discuss the Friday night performances of all the Steelers second-year players along with the play of several of the rookie draft picks such as inside linebacker Devin Bush and defensive end Isaiah Buggs.As usual, Alex and I answer a few email questions that we received from listeners since our last show posted to close out this episode.As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here in this post.Thanks for listening and don’t forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends!
Steelers 23 Ravens 16 Joshua Dobbs gets “Greatest of Today” accolades for his heroics in the 4th quarter. With the Steelers up by only 7 points, its back to the end zone and its HOF QB on the sideline, the understudy entered the game on 2nd and 20. Under center, he dropped back and found JuJu 22 yards downfield to move the markers and preserve the drive. While no single play determines the outcome of a game, had we not move the sticks, the Steelers would have been punting out of their own endzone, giving the dirty birds a short field to traverse. Hooray JD! James Conner achieved yet another obscure statistic, amassing 100 rushing yards, 50 receiving yards and a TD in each of the last four games. Credit James, with a big hat tip to an offensive line that just opens holes. The defense held Baltimore to 61 yards rushing, 218 passing, 25% in the Red Zone and 33% 3rd down conversions. This isn’t the shootout that we’d like to see from the Steelers, but a hard-fought, heart-stopping AFC North contest that saw the Steelmen coalesce on both sides of the ball. Join us for a complete breakdown of the game. Please drop us a note: Hit us up on Twitter at @Steelersoutpost Leave us a note at the website - www.Steelersoutpost.com Shoot us an email at Steelersoutpost@gmail.com
Feist wrote a song about anal. Guylene is a giver and wants to learn how to receive. B+J chat with Joshua “L’il Sprain” Dobbs. You know what I mean? Josh, Joshua, Joshua Dobbs, Jeremie has one question, do people assume you’re freaky in bed because you have face tattoos? Music: Sorrey - My Fault Rich Aucoin - Brian Wilson Is A.L.i.V.E Like us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram Make love to us on Twitter
PRESEASON - GAME 1 STEELERS 31 - EAGLES 14 It's nice to see Boz breakout in this inaugural exhibition game, going 3-3 in FGs and 2-2 in XPs. Other than that, we saw some of the same flaws on defense that we hoped had been addressed, realizing that we didn't uncover the second coming of Ryan Shazier through free agency. There were some disturbing gashes against the d-line, especially after Jordan Berry (with and assist by Marcus Tucker) buried the Eagles at their 1 1/2 yard line, when Jay Ajayi broke outside for 22 yards. There were several other lapses that have us crossing our fingers for an uptick in run coverage in the coming weeks. There were several spectacular plays to keep us hopeful about the offense, especially JuJu's high-point over Rasul Douglas for a 71 yard TD reception! Damoun Patterson made his case on a great grab of a pass from Joshua Dobbs in the end zone for a 29 yard TD. Mason Rudolph hooked up with fellow Oklahoma State alum James Washington for 35 yards. Listen to the podcast for more situational and positional observations. Please drop us a note: Hit us up on Twitter at @Steelersoutpost Leave us a note at the website - www.Steelersoutpost.com Shoot us an email at Steelersoutpost@gmail.com
The 2018 NFL Draft is over and, believe it or not, there’s lots to talk about heading into a big week of offseason news for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Take a look at the rundown for the latest episode of the new show “Steelers News”: Talking about the QB battle about to ensueWho is Joshua Dobbs really competing with?If Ben Roethlisberger were to be injured early, who would the team turn to?Does coaching still matter at the NFL level?and MUCH MORE! Jeff Hartman, editor of BTSC, goes over everything you need to know regarding the Black-and-gold. ... The show is sponsored by Frank Walker Law, the top criminal defense firm to call in western Pennsylvania and West Virginia and home to one of the nation’s top-100 ranked trial attorneys in Frank Walker. For his PA office, call 412-212-3878 or to reach his WV office call 304-712-2089. You should also check out his website frankwalkerlaw.com to see how he can help you in your time of need. Frank Walker Law: Real Talk, Real Experience, Real Results. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Theoretical astrophysicist Katie Mack talks black holes, dark matter, and the end of the universe.Questions Include: WTF is dark matter? Why is dark matter invisible? How much dark matter is in a galaxy? Is dark matter a series of really small black holes? Why do black holes spaghettify you? How close can you get to a black hole? Can we see black holes? Why are there supermassive black holes at the center of every galaxy? How do you get supermassive black holes in galaxies? Why do some black holes grow so fast? What did Interstellar get wrong?Follow ‘I Need My Space’ on Social Media:Twitter: @INeedMySpacePodInstagram: @INeedMySpacePodFB Group: I Need My Space PodTo continue the conversation from this episode, use the hashtag #INeedMySpaceWhere to Find Katie Mack:Twitter: @AstroKatieWebsite: astrokatie.comWhy You Need Your Space:In this episode, NFL quarterback and aerospace engineer Joshua Dobbs, talks to us about why he needs his space! You can follow Joshua on Twitter @josh_dobbs1 and on Instagram @joshdobbsAbout Inverse:Inverse sparks curiosity about the future. We explore the science of anything, innovations that shape tomorrow, and ideas that stretch our minds. Our goal is to motivate the next generation to build a better world.Credits:I Need My Space is an Inverse production hosted by Rae Paoletta and Steve Ward, produced by Sam Riddell, and executive produced by Hannah Margaret Allen. Our intro and outro music was created by Andrew Olivares.Rae: @payoletterSteve: @stevejohnhenrywAndrew: https://soundcloud.com/andrewoOther Topics Discussed Include: electromagnetism, the event horizon, spaghettification, tidal forces, Muse (band), Interstellar (2014), Venus, Mars, Neptune, Uranus, gas giants, and the end of the universe.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down the 2017 NFL draft in the AFC North with a detailed look at the future fantasy prospects of all the draft picks and undrafted free agents. Players discussed include John Ross, Joe Mixon, David Njoku, DeShone Kizer, JuJu Smith-Schuster, James Connor, Joshua Dobbs and more.
Tony Romo retiring, replacing Phil Simms in booth at CBS, can we get rid of Jim Nantz too? Yanks get first win of season and CC goes five and gets W, 5-0 over Rays. Russell Westbrook ties Big O with 41st triple double of season in win over Bucs tonight.
Path to the Draft host Rhett Lewis joins Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks in studio for this episode. DJ and Bucky also talk to Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs and go down memory lane with more scouting stories from the road.
Matt and Paul have a discussion on the few players who declined their Senior Bowl invitation, including a detailed look at how level of competition impacts the analysis of wide receiver Corey Davis. The guys break down from the snap of the ball, throught the catch and run all the areas where the quality of competition impacts an analysis . The two of the them then discuss all of the offensive skill players who will be participating at the Senior Bowl, including quarterbacks, Joshua Dobbs and Davis Webb, running backs, Kareem Hunt, Jamaal Williams, Donnel Pumphery and Corey Clement, wide receivers, Taywan Taylor, Travin Dural, Fred Ross, Josh Reynolds, Jalen Robinette, Cooper Kupp, and Amari Darboh and tight ends, O.J. Howard, Evan Engram and Gerald Everette. Hosts: Matt Caraccio (@matty_os) Paul Perdichizzi (@paulie23ny) Editor: David Nakano (@kawikaNakano)
On a post New Year hangover, Joe and Pat discuss the state of Nebraska football after the Huskers' loss to Joshua Dobbs, Derek Barnett, Alvin Kamara and Tennessee in the Music City Bowl. Will Mike Riley and staff close strong on the recruiting trail with guys like Joseph Lewis, Foster Sarrell and Robert Beal on the line? Will there be adjustments made to game plans and preparation? Will Tim Miles and Nebrasketball overtake Husker football after Nebraska's road wins over Indiana and Maryland? Those questions and more (like exactly how many games Pat can bowl on New Year's Eve) are answered on the latest Big Red Cobcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bro. Joshua Dobbs is a guest speaker at Jesus Name House of prayer. Join us as Bro. Joshua exposes the revival of Baal worship in America; also he explains how the ways of the world are outdated; and that Christianity can move us forward. It's a good service and great fellowship!