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Christopher Gromek is a Senior Product Manager - Advanced Development in PTC's Office of the CTO. After completing a master's degree in aerospace engineering, he joined The Boeing Company's Product Development Group, where his work on the 737MAX, 777-X, and (unreleased) 797 Programs advanced the state of the art in simulation and optimization. He later joined Frustum, Inc. as a generative design subject matter expert, working to realize the vision of an AI-driven mechanical design software. Following Frustum, Inc.'s acquisition by PTC, he now manages the development and implementation of its Generative Design SaaS solutions.Kelly Bryant is the Deputy Section Manager, Mechanical Design/Drafting & Manufacturing with Jacobs on the JETS contract at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He has over 30 years of industry experience in engineering design, management and support services in the aerospace, consumer products and defense systems sectors. Kelly is passionate about learning new tools and advocates using technology to solve engineering issues as he coaches other team members to improve their skill sets. That focus on mentoring helps teams achieve innovative product design while increasing productivity and profitability for customers.
This episode features Kelly Bryant, successful personal trainer based in Stuart, Florida, who focuses on helping moms reconnect to their core and regain their strength postnatally. Kelly also details her own birth story with her daughter and how she reached her most primal state during delivery. Kelly's favorite baby product is the Boba Baby Wrap, a cozy and comfortable carrier and nursing aid. Looking for a Virtual Doula to create a custom birthing experience and guide you through your journey to parenthood in the United States? Contact Heidi at www.mydoulaheidi.com For additional free birth education resources and to purchase Heidi's book, Birth Story: Pregnancy Guidebook + Journal, visit www.birthstory.com. Want to share your thoughts on the episode? Leave a review and send a message directly to Heidi on Instagram.
Quieres saber más de la música y su proceso en el género urbano te presento a Kelly Bryant, es uno de los talentos del género urbano, que con arduo trabajo y dedicación se ha mantenido sonando a través de los medios digitales con una variedad de éxitos románticos. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cristhian-navarrete/message
Connor has a ton to get to, including what we should make of this Arik Gilbert saga. DeVonta Smith vs. Ja'Marr Chase for WR1? Connor breaks down why that's not such an easy discussion to have and why guessing wrong on that could be costly. Plus, former Mizzou/Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant joined the pod to talk about his career in the spotlight, his life-threatening surgery, Deshaun vs. Trevor and much, much more. Connor and Will close with Fan Rage in #FiguringItOut. Host: Connor O'Gara
Oh how I loved this chat with Kelly Bryant of Kelly Bryant Wellness. Get ready to go deep. From talking about peeing your pants to how to bridge the gap between WANTING to move more and actually DOING it, we cover a lot of amazing ground. I'm thrilled to introduce Kelly to you. Kelly is a Yoga Teacher and Personal Trainer with additional qualifications in Prenatal Yoga, Barre and Pilates. She specialises in supporting pre- and post-natal women to regain their strength and reclaim their confidence. But it's not 'just' movement - Kelly is all about the mindset and bridging that gap between what we know we want and actually making it happen. In our conversation we talk about:- Choosing and prioritising movement - when we're ready- Knowing that NOT NOW doesn't have to mean NOT EVER- Why and how we self-sabotage even when we know what we want- The power of enjoying what we're doing (and permission to play the movement field)- The distinction between facing your fears/being ok with being uncomfortable and self-punishment.That's just a tiny taster. Get ready to dive in - this conversation is meaty. Find Kelly:Kelly Bryant Wellness WebsiteNot Your Mama PodcastInstagramFacebookMentioned in this episode:Episode 64 of the Movement and Mindfulness Podcast with Dr Carrie PaglianoFind Erica on her website, Instagram and Facebook.
Kelly Bryant is a Yoga Alliance Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT-200) and Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPYT), Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT), and a realist. She is committed to helping birthing people understand their bodies — specifically their core and pelvic health — and adopt a mindset around movement that addresses physical and psychological components. She is passionate about empowering people through all stages of life from prenatal to postmenopausal take care of themselves so that they can show up and do their work in the world. Prior to quitting her job to travel in 2016, she worked at health & fitness startup, Noom, where she led content and community marketing efforts and soaked up everything she could learn about psychology and behavior change. Website: https://www.kellybryantwellness.com/ Instagram: instagram.com/kellybryantwellnessFacebook: fb.me/kellybryantwellness
In BONUS Episode 284 of Beat Infertility, we interview Kelly Bryant, a fitness trainer and registered yoga teacher, about the real deal about exercising during your first trimester. Infertility coach Heather Huhman helps warriors like you make scientifically-based, well-informed decisions about your next steps. To schedule your free 30-minute call, go to https://beatinfertility.co/hope.
Jeanne talks with prenatal and postpartum yoga and fitness instructor, Kelly Bryant about using fitness and movement to reclaim your body. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we welcome, from Mel’s Hard Luck Diner, Kelly Bryant! Kelly is originally from Ft. Worth, TX. She started performing at the Grapevine Opry at the age of 4. She came to Branson in '82 to perform at Chesai Childs' Starlight theater. In '85 she joined a kids group called the Texas Goldminors. The Goldminors had a matinee for 11 years. 8 of those years were at the 76 Music Hall/ now Grand Country Theater. She was also on the Bob Nichols morning show, backup singer for Johnny Lee, and had her own band in town for several years. You can find her now at Mel's Hard Luck diner, (home of the singing servers) where she has been for 12 years. And she also sings at Jackie B. Goode's Uptown Cafe on Monday afternoons. She's been married to her husband Jeff for 19 years and they have been blessed with 2 beautiful children. Mel's Hard Luck Diner, is the home of Branson's Original Singing Servers. Talented, professional singing servers entertain you while you enjoy some great food and their famous desserts. The 1950's era diner is the perfect setting for you to stop by, sit back and enjoy great food while having your favorite songs performed live and up close... For more information call Mel's Hard Luck Diner at: 417-335-2484 or visit Mel'sHardLuckDiner.com.
Kelly Bryant is the creator and founder of Kelly Bryant Wellness. She is a Yoga instructor, Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT), and a Pilate's instructor. Kelly is passionate about helping women through every stage of life, from prenatal to postmenopausal. Before quitting her job to travel the world in 2016, she worked at health & fitness startup, Noom, where she led content and community marketing efforts and soaked up everything she could learn about psychology and behavior change. Journey into Health Kelly grew up in Stuart, Florida. She was not an active child. She considered herself more of a book nerd than athletic. Rather than go outside and play, Kelly would go to the library and read books. She credits her being a nerd as the reason why she has been able to help people understand anatomy and the science of why they feel the way they feel. Kelly attended college in New York City, and after college, she landed a job in Marketing at Noom, a health and fitness startup company. Working at Noom is fine when you are in your 20s, recalled Kelly, "but it is a recipe for burn-out." The stress from working at Noom and the pain she felt in her back, neck, and shoulder from a previous injury she sustained when she broke her collar bone at 16, led her to try yoga. Yoga not only relieved the pain but gave her balance and calmed the nervous system, and helped her to relax. Expert in Prenatal and Postpartum Fitness As with most women who become experts in prenatal and postpartum fitness, Kelly had to figure it out herself. She went online to Google and researched "what are safe prenatal exercises", and to her surprise, the information she received on Google was not acceptable. Kelly then went back to studying and listening to doula podcasts, childbirth educators, and to people who are teaching the physiological aspect of childbirth. She studied information on the nervous system, anatomy, and breath, merging this information for herself first and then for her clients. Kelly's personal experience with pregnancy changed the way she approaches prenatal and postpartum fitness for her clients. "One of the mistakes pregnant people make is to assume that if they train hard when they're pregnant, that type of training will help them recover faster after pregnancy," stated Kelly. Kelly believes that is the opposite of what happens. Kelly approaches prenatal fitness with "building a foundation from the ground up so you can look at what you need to do to support the easiest birth possible because the easiest birth possible is what is going to help you recover the fastest." Kelly Bryant Wellness Classes Kelly trains some of her clients on a one on one basis, but most of her training is self-guided and guided digital programming for prenatal and postpartum. Kelly's postpartum training is usually done in small groups, which Kelly believes is vital, especially now during the pandemic, to provide support. COVID-19 and Kelly Bryant Wellness As of December 2019, most of Kelly's business was online, so when the pandemic hit, it did not affect her business. It has been a problem for people looking to purchase online equipment such as webcams and digital microphones. These items are either sold out or purchased at a much higher price due to price gouging. Kelly doesn't consider herself to be a "life-long trainer." Some of her prenatal clients will work with her for about 9 months during the pregnancy and then 3 to 9 months postpartum before going back to their usual training routine. She also has clients that will stay longer 3 to 9 months, participating in the online yoga and Pilate's program. Kelly believes that postpartum fitness is similar to aging, where you reach a certain age and potentially lost a lot of muscle, have aches and pains, and bad postural habits that create a lot of pain. Kelly's Unique Guarantee On Kelly Bryant's website (www.kellybryantwellness.com), she has the following guarantee: "You will feel better, stronger, and more pain-free after 2 months with me or your money back". Kelly stands by that guarantee and as of this writing, not one client has asked for their money back. Kelly must be doing something right!
Kelly Bryant is a Yoga Alliance Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT-200) and Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPYT), Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT), and a realist. She is committed to helping women understand their bodies — specifically their core and pelvic health — and adopt a mindset around movement that addresses physical and psychological components. She is passionate about empowering women through all stages of life from prenatal to postpartum and beyond to take care of themselves so that they can show up and do their work in the world. Prior to quitting her job to travel in 2016, she worked at health & fitness startup, Noom, where she led content and community marketing efforts and soaked up everything she could learn about psychology and behavior change. > Understanding pain and how to mentally and physically address it > Breath + Core: Everything you need to know about your breath, core, and pelvic floor > Exercising after giving birth and how to avoid common postpartum issues
Remote learning is something that most educators have limited knowledge and experience in navigating, but something almost all educators are learning to navigate during the Covid-19 pandemic. This episode follows the remote teaching and learning journey of two inspirational teachers from Logan County, Kelly Bryant and Mimi Browning.
The pod brings in a very special guest for the most jam packed episode to date! Ramon Robinson joins to guys today to discuss many topics such as Kelly Bryant’s departure from Clemson and the handling of NFL QBs today.
In BONUS Episode 259 of Beat Infertility, we interview Kelly Bryant, a fitness trainer and registered yoga teacher, about how to use exercise, breathing, and posture to help alleviate pelvic and intercourse pain. If you need additional support, consider joining Hope University or our Infertility Warrior Tribe. For details on both, please visit https://beatinfertility.co/hopeu.
Welcome back to another episode of Rock M Nation Podcasts! Sam Snelling and Nate Edwards are here with a very special guest and GODFATHER of Rock M Nation, Bill Connelly, who now works at ESPN! Sam, Nate, and Bill are here to give you some updates and answer some questions regarding the latest on the Mizzou Football coaching search. Form names they like, to their thoughts on Jim Sterk's decision, it's all here. Let's get to it. Episode Breakdown: :15 – 1:27: Welcome back to Rock M Nation podcasts! Sam Snelling and Nate Edwards are here to update you on the coaching search and they brought a special guest! Bill Connelly from ESPN! There were some audio issues that we get into, but it wasn’t until the very end, so how about that?! Let’s get started with Bill. 1:28 – 6:41: Welcome (back) Bill Connelly to Rock M Nation podcasts! The coaching search has started, but let’s hear from Bill… would he have made the move to fire Barry Odom after going 6-6? 6:42 – 11:35: The financial of Mizzou Athletics is something that makes this such an interesting case. Also, Mizzou seems kind of like a few bad breaks away from having a good season and things might be different if those bad breaks went the other way. Does that hurt the perception of the Missouri job given how the team looked this season? 11:36 – 18:16: The lack of progression from Kelly Bryant was frustrating this season. Other than injuries, why did this offense fall apart? 18:17 – 22:46: Where does Bill see Mizzou falling as far as the openings in Power 5 and the SEC? 22:47 – 35:15: Mizzou is feeling pretty good about who they can get to come coach Football here for the foreseeable future, what are some of the options available that seem like the best fit? Lane Train? Billy Napier? Someone else? 35:16 – 38:06: Bill Connelly is in charge of hiring for Mizzou Football… Who is he choosing? And some reason to believe Lane could work at Mizzou. 38:07 – END: Thankfully, Bill was able to answer our last question, but the audio issues came up at the end! Anyways, final thoughts from Sam and Nate and be on the lookout for more Rock M Nation podcasts this week! You can follow members of today's show on Twitter @SamTSnelling, @NateGEdwards, and @ESPN_BillC! Also be sure to check out all of the great work Bill is doing at ESPN. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review Rock M Nation podcasts wherever you get your podcasts and check out all of the work Rock M has to offer at Rock M Nation dot com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Lindsey name is popular in Arkansas, but last Saturday Jack Lindsey made a name for himself. Tune in for a short story about Lindsey. Brandon Kiley from Rock M Nation and 610 sports in Kansas City drops by to talk Kelly Bryant, Barry Odom and the rivalry between the Hogs and Tigers. Also the last football roundtable of the year is packed with insight from Scottie Bordelon, Bob Holt and Dudley Dawson.
This week Brett and Josh discuss the Vols’ clutch win over #20 Washington in NCAA Basketball. They also talk about the upcoming match-up against Mizzou featuring a healthy Kelly Bryant. Finally, the good boys discuss Myles Garret’s use of a helmet in an NFL fight and Brett’s experience eating the new Popeye’s chicken sandwich.
Thomas Goldkamp and Blake Alderman break down Florida's matchup with Missouri, which is the final game left on the SEC slate. We take a look at the key matchups in a series that Missouri has dominated of late. We also talk the future of the quarterback position at UF in 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 69 • It's been a long, sad road trip for the Missouri football Tigers since they last played a home game at Memorial Stadium, and Florida won't be offering a welcome-back party, either. In this episode of the Eye on the Tigers podcast, Mizzou beat writer Dave Matter and sports columnist Ben Frederickson try to make sense of the Tigers' collapse, from Kelly Bryant's health status, to the lack of a go-to receiver and more. The two also break down the start of the men's and women's basketball seasons, and contemplate how the Tigers might find a way to help Jeremiah Tilmon stay out of foul trouble.
Mizzou quarterback Kelly Bryant's up-and-down, one-and-done season is up in the air after the bye week. His team is headed to Athens to face No. 6 Georgia, and the status of his hamstring is uncertain. In this edition of the Eye on the Tigers podcast, Mizzou beat writer Dave Matter and sports columnist Ben Frederickson cover the latest on Bryant's health. The two make their predictions with or without Bryant for the Georgia game. They also discuss their first impression of the Tigers basketball team, which rolled to an easy win against an over-matched opponent.
Welcome to the newest episode of Rock M Nation Podcasts simply titled: Rock M Nation Podcasts with Sam Snelling and BK. Sam and BK are here to talk a little football with you since the Cale Garrett injury news broke late Sunday, where KB stands, and what the rest of the season holds for Mizzou Football. Also, you knew Basketball Talk had to happen! Sam and BK cover that as well for your listening enjoyment. Episode Breakdown: :15 – 2:30: Welcome to a special edition of Rock M Nation Podcasts! Sam and BK are friends, which is nice. Sam is normally basketball and BK is normally a football guy, but here we are! Let’s make it happen. 2:31 – 9:35: Losing Cale Garrett sucks. What kind of impact is this going to have? What will the drop off be without Cale in the middle of this defense? 9:36 – 12:20: Can someone in the secondary step up and kind of make those plays Garrett was making? 12:21 – 19:02: Kelly Bryant and his impact on this team and the game as a whole. 19:03 – 21:38: Mizzou is good, guys! 21:39 – 34:50: Some final Football thoughts 34:51 – 48:27: You knew you could not go without some basketball talk! Bradford’s commitment is coming… time to get up to speed on all things Mizzou Basketball and recruiting. 48:28 – END: Thank you for tuning in for this special episode of Rock M Nation Podcasts and here are some final thoughts! (Personal Producer Note: The unnecessary shot at The Fifth Down. Ouch) You can follow members of Today’s show on Twitter @SamTSnelling and @BKSportsTalk. Do you like Rock M Radio? Drop us a Review and be sure to subscribe to Rock M Radio on your preferred podcasting platform. And be sure to follow @RockMNation on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Fifth Down is back for another round with Mitch Hill and Bennett Hughes. Mitch and Bennett break down Mizzou's impressive victory against Troy, what they liked, as well as if you had to improve something, what that would be. They also talk the injury to Kelly Bryant, which everyone is hoping there is nothing severe with that. As always, they whip around college football and catch you up on what you might have missed as well as a Heisman update! You can follow members of today's show on Twitter @Mhill_ and @Hughes_urdaddy. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review Rock M Nation Podcasts wherever you get your podcasts and be sure to check out all of the work on RockMNation.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brady Quinn joins Barton Simmons and Chip Patterson to talk Notre Dame, USC and what's wrong with Michigan's offense. First, Barton and Chip catch up on the latest with Houston quarterback D'Eriq King announcing his intentions to redshirt the 2019 season, including how this compares to Kelly Bryant's situation and what might be next for King (1:00). Then Brady Quinn joins the show, breaking down what we learned from Notre Dame at Georgia (17:20), how USC found success against Utah (25:15), why Tua Tagovailoa is leading the Heisman Trophy discussion (36:45), why Jim Harbaugh and Michigan have been so disappointing (43:30) and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to another round of The Fifth Down! Episode 7! Mitch Hill and Bennett Hughes are back to put a bow on Mizzou Vs. South Carolina as well as everything else that happened in college football last weekend (looking at you Michigan). They talk about what is going on and what has changed with this Mizzou Defense, which has been stellar since Wyoming, as well as some key moments against South Carolina as well as Kelly Bryant getting it done with his legs. You can follow members of Today's show on Twitter @Mhill_ and @hughes_urdaddy. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review Rock M Nation Podcasts wherever you get your podcasts and check out all of the Rock M Nation work at RockMNation.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 62 • Missouri football coach Barry Odom is without a win against South Carolina coach Will Muschamp. Former Clemson quarterback turned Tigers starter Kelly Bryant has never lost to the Gamecocks. Will Bryant be the difference maker? In this edition of the Eye on the Tigers podcast, Mizzou beat writer Dave Matter and sports columnist Ben Frederickson break down what could be the biggest game of Mizzou's season, from the steps forward Odom's team has taken since its season-opening stunner of a loss to Wyoming, to the curveball of South Carolina pivoting to impressive freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski. The two discuss Mizzou's shifting offensive line, the increase in turnovers created by Mizzou's defense and then make their predictions for the game. Spoiler alert: They're not the same.
Kelly Bryant's long awaited debut turns out to be a turd, as the Tigers lose in Laramie. What does this mean for the season? What does it mean for Barry Odom? What will the voicemails be like? Tune in and find out! Sponsored by MyBookie.com and BlueChew!
Camp is in full swing across the country as some teams are naming starting QBs and some are losing players to injury already. Additionally, should Kelly Bryant have a ring? What went wrong with James Hudson's transfer from Michigan? And what the most important games of 2019 that you NEED to know about that no one is talking about?
Drew and Aaron discuss the top storylines across college football as the 2019 season is just 11 days away! #PuntandPass (4:07) Kelly Bryant didn't receive a National Championship ring from Dabo Swinney and #Clemson after transferring during the season. Right or wrong? (11:37) Former 5-star LB Brenton Cox from #UGA entered the transfer portal and has made his way down to the #Florida Gators. What's the real story here? Will the #Dawgs miss him? (15:48) Jarren Williams has been named the starting QB at #Miami over Tate Martell. You may not be surprised with how Martell reacted. (21:15) Real football means real gambling. The guys break down the two FBS games coming up on 8/24. Thanks for tuning in and please rate/review/subscribe!! #PuntandPass
On today's Outkick the Show, Clay Travis discussed the following topics:Antonio Brown is crazyBaker MayfieldJeffrey EpsteinNBA schedule changeKelly Bryant ringEd Werder back at ESPN
Alabama has been racking up injuries to depth pieces, but now they have to deal with one to a projected starter. Texas and LSU enter the new week with injury concerns of their own. A busy weekend in Gainesville sees a star transfer arrive and two other players leave the team. Auburn was among the big recruiting winners over the weekend. The stunning conclusion to the Kelly Bryant championship ring saga. And the NCAA denies Braxton Burmeister's transfer waiver. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
RUNDOWN The guys kick off the show with some musical memories as Hotshot is returning from a concert at The Gorge. They reluctantly run down the candidates for Episode 52's naming rights. Then, first impressions from the Seahawks season opener are shared which was dominated by rookie debuts. Today's guests are golfer Ken Green whose remarkable story is a must-listen, Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, and NFL national writer Jason La Canfora. Later, a few screws are loose in Antonio Brown's head. The Yankees GM was the victim of an unfortunate misunderstanding and multi-tasking while driving recently earned friend of the podcast Peter King a ticket. Finally, the guys close the show with an opinion on Dabo Swinney's hard line on quarterback transfer Kelly Bryant receiving a ring from last season's national title. GUESTS Ken Green | Pro golfer & author of "Hunter of Hope" Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider Jason La Canfora | NFL reporter for CBS Sports TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Hotshot rushed back from The Gorge to record Episode 52 which reminds Mitch of a family road trip memory. 6:02 | The guys are embarrassed to share who they saw at their first concert. 20:51 | Episode 52 naming nominees are announced and the clear winner is someone neither Mitch nor Scott are a fan of. 24:29 | First blush reaction to the Seahawks preseason opener on Thursday. 40:41 | Ken Green shares his story of tragedy and triumph outlined in his new book "Hunter of Hope". 1:31:25 | Hawks reporter Brady Henderson weighs in on Seahawks first preseason game including rookie debuts and injury updates. 1:55:32 | Jason La Canfora discusses top NFL storylines as he makes his way through training camps across the league. 2:18:08 | Antonio Brown is in the news again and if you thought freezing his feet was bad, he is raising the bar with his latest issue. 2:21:02 | Yankees general manager Brian Cashman had a run-in with the authorities that could have ended ugly. 2:24:08 | The guys chat about ill-advised behavior while driving as frequent Mitch Unfiltered guest Peter King was pulled over in the middle of an interview. 2:27:45 | Dabo Swinney is denying Kelly Bryant a national championship ring due to his midseason transfer last season after losing his starting gig.
Two weeks remain before the first college football games of 2019, and training camps are in full swing. Today, host Blair Kerkhoff checks in with the Missouri Tigers and beat writer Alex Schiffer. He brings us up to date on Mizzou’s progress, Kelly Bryant’s championship ring dust-up and what kind of beer should be sold at the football stadium this season now that beer and wine sales are approved for Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium. Also, College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock says over breakfast that he looks forward to another season and says four is the right number for the tournament. Read the stories we discussed: Mizzou will sell beer, wine at Tigers football games starting this fall: https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/sec/university-of-missouri/article233707292.html Mizzou receiver Johnathan Johnson is closing in on this all-time school record: https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/sec/university-of-missouri/article233668722.html “He’s a human cheat code: How David Gibbs plans to get Mizzou to force more turnovers: https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/sec/university-of-missouri/article233545352.html If you want to read more of our stories, follow the kansascity.com/sportsbeatkcoffer link for a 40% discount on a digital subscription to all sports stories from The Kansas City Star. And thanks to our sponsor, Big O Tires! 185746 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
First Take, Pardon The Interruption, and many more heavyweights of the take-o-sphere tackled the subject of Kelly Bryant not getting a title ring for Clemson's national championship. Is this just a sign that Clemson has arrived as a college football powerhouse? Plus, there's some drama unfolding between the coaching staffs at Michigan and Maryland, Notre Dame loses a tight end for an extended period, and the viral Georgia Southern bird poop story has a twist ending. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kanell & Bell further discuss Dabo Swinney's decision not to give Kelly Bryant a ring and then cover breaking news that Tiger Woods has withdrawn from the Northern Trust due an oblique strain. The guys welcome on golf analyst Mark Immelman to help put the Tiger news in context. Next, lots of preseason action to catch up on, including the debuts of rookie QBs Kyler Murray, Daniel Jones and Dwayne Haskins. Is slow play plaguing golf? Plus, more on the NFL, this time around with a focus on 2nd-year quarterbacks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jonas Knox and the Straight Outta Vegas Crew discuss how Antonio Brown's injury will affect season long bets, what ways you can make some money on NFL preseason, Dabo Swinney's comments on Kelly Bryant and the SEC. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Jonas Knox and the Straight Outta Vegas Crew, in for RJ Bell, discuss the impact of Antonio Brown's injury on season long bets. They share what they think of Duke Johnson's trade to the Texans. The guys give out tips on how to take advantage of NFL preseason. And the guys break down Dabo Swinney's comments on Kelly Bryant and the SEC. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Andy and Joe open the show discussing next year's MLB game at the Field of Dreams. Next they recap Hard Knocks episode 1, Antonio Brown's feet and the new NCAA agent rule. Then they talk Dabo Swinney's refusal to give a title ring to Kelly Bryant and finish the show with a game of "Intern Off" between Scibelli and Twerks with Wolves. www.patreon.com/dirtysports www.wearFIGS.com - Promo Code "Dirty" Seat Geek - Promo Code "Dirty" Subscribe on YouTube - www.youtube.com/DirtySports Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thedirtysports/ Follow us on Twitter - twitter.com/thedirtysports Follow Andy Ruther on IG - www.instagram.com/AndyRuther/ Follow Joe Praino on IG - www.instagram.com/JoePraino/
Kanell & Bell discuss Kevin Durant opening up about his injury, time with the Warriors and decision to join the Nets. The guys give an update on Tiger Woods at the Northern Trust. Danny and Raja cover Kenny Stills calling out the Dolphins owner and the obsessive coaching style of Adam Gase. Next, reaction to LeBron's Lakers minicamp, Kirk Cousins' issue with his new center, Jalen Ramsey's trash talk and Dabo Swinney saying Kelly Bryant doesn't deserve a national championship ring. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Missouri was the first team on stage at SEC media days this week in Alabama, and there was plenty of hype, from the potential of quarterback Kelly Bryant who transferred from Clemson, to the NCAA-levied postseason ban, which the Tigers are appealing. In an unusual move, Bryant's parents were also at media day. Alex Schiffer, The Star’s Mizzou beat writer, breaks it down with SportsBeat KC podcast host Blair Kerkhoff. Read the stories we discussed: Kelly Bryant is trying to be himself at Mizzou while trying to use Drew Lock’s advice — www.kansascity.com/sports/college/…e232692797.html MU cornerback DeMarkus Acy has found a leadership role after being blamed for Kentucky loss — www.kansascity.com/sports/college/…e232748917.html Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The transfer portal stole the show on Monday at SEC Media Days, Jamical Perine introduced himself as the league's next great trash talker, Kelly Bryant fielded difficult Clemson questions with aplomb, and Joe Burrow reminded us he's one of the conference's truly unique characters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SEC Mike Bratton and his cousin Shane share their thoughts on SEC Media days on the move in 2020 and 2021 (3:00), Coach O admits Alabama forced him to change LSU’s offense (5:30), Joe Burrow is confident this is the year LSU’s offense does finally change (8:30), Coach O says Grant Delpit is as good as any defender he’s ever coached (11:00), Kelvin Joseph is back in the transfer portal (13:15), Dan Mullen on the expectations he has for Florida in Year 2 of his program (14:30), Feleipe Franks on the expectations this season (17:00), Lamical Perine came out firing shots during Media Days and Cousin Shane did not like it (19:30), Missouri meeting with the NCAA this week (22:00), Barry Odom kills the bad blood between he and Pruitt (24:00), Kelly Bryant explains his decision to commit to Mizzou over Auburn (27:00), Cale Garrett tells an awesome Kelly Bryant story that explains how the QB won the locker room so quickly (29:00)
First Kentucky Sports Radio co-host Drew Franklin joins Chad to talk all things Kentucky from bourbon to SEC Football, the guys share stories about the late legendary Kentucky QB Jared Lorenzen, and potential season win totals for SEC contenders. Next Senior Writer for Action Network and co-host “Colleges Podcast” of Collin Wilson comes on the podcast to continue the discussion on win totals. They discuss other potential title contenders like Ohio states and the potential problems they face going forward with Georgia transfer Justin Fields, and potential surprises in Missouri with Clemson transfer Kelly Bryant. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com