Ben and Harrison open the discussion by recounting Harrison's time at both Kinnick & Carver-Hawkeye this week before diving deep on basketball talk (15:00). They start talking football around 32:30 before asking the question: do the results justify Kirk's ecosystem? (~46:00) They also dive into how Iowa maxes talent before previewing the Nebraska game (~1:00:00). Happy Thanksgiving & safe travels! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Iowa Hawkeyes took down the Minnesota Gophers in quite a non-traditional way. With Iowa's rushing defense getting gashed by Minnesota's large offensive line and steady rushing attack, the Iowa offense needed multiple explosive plays to get the win at Kinnick vs PJ Fleck's squad. First-time starting quarterback Alex Padilla connected with true freshman Keagan Johnson and former walk-on Charlie Jones to lead Iowa to victory. We break it all down with former Iowa running back LeShun Daniels Jr. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! NetSuite Over twenty-seven thousand businesses already use NetSuite and RIGHT NOW through the end of the year NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program to those ready to upgrade at NetSuite.com/LOCKEDONNCAA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
One relatively routine hit on QB Sean Clifford during the first quarter of the Iowa game produced a dramatic ripple effect on Penn State's 2021 season and, quite possibly, beyond. A dominating offensive performance that, had it been sustained, would have likely resulted in the Lions leaving Kinnick victorious and destined for the top two instead fizzled, and an undefeated season with championship aspirations gave way to a two-game (and counting) losing streak. Even as rumors continue to swirl around James Franklin's candidacy for job openings at USC (again), LSU, and perhaps elsewhere, the sudden run of bad fortune on the field has left the attitudes of both Penn State's fans and Franklin's would-be future employers are in flux. Chris and Jim dive into those shark-infested waters in this week's episode.Remember to subscribe to the Keystone Kickoff podcast (see below) to continue getting every weekly installment of The Obligatory Keystone Crossover.FEATURING: Chris Buchignani, Jim GalantiWe're excited to be partnering with the team at Keystone Sports, more folks who love the Nittany Lions like we do.You can hear the Keystone Kickoff Show three times a week on the airwaves across Pennsylvania - go to KeystoneSportsNetwork.com for a list of radio stations and more - or listen whenever you want by subscribing on your favorite podcast platform. But your best bet is to download the Keystone Sports App, available in the App Store and Google Play.
Rob Howe answers your Twitter questions in the latest episode of the Hawk Fanatic Mailbag Podcast. A lot of discussion on Iowa's Offense - The Line, The Coordinator, The QB. Mark Stoops next Hawkeye Football coach? Is it OK for fans to leave Kinnick early?
We are joined by former Iowa running back LeShun Daniels Jr to discuss yesterday's game. It was a disappointing game in Kinnick vs Purdue after an emotional victory over Penn State the previous week. The Purdue Boilermakers dominated the Iowa Hawkeyes from start to finish in this one with future first-round pick George Karlaftis decimating our offensive line and David Bell carving up our secondary. Offensively, Iowa couldn't get much going and Spencer Petras was hurried often throughout the day. Tyler Goodson had some success on the down, but the passing attack faltered when needed. Defensively, David Bell went off again against Iowa, and Phil Parker's secondary couldn't stop it nor could they handle the constant shuffling of quarterbacks. It was a rough game but we break it all down with former Iowa running back LeShun Daniels Jr. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! 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. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hawkeye Alum, and current WWE Champion, Ettore 'Big E' Ewen joins the show. After an electric Saturday of appearances on Fox Big Noon Kickoff, A mid game promo, and finishing his night at Wilder V Fury in Vegas, E sits down to have a chat with the boys! He talks about how he found his way to Iowa City by pure chance, dealing with injuries that ended up derailing his football career, and experiencing the 'best and worst' of times. We talk his crazy feats of strength, winning national powerlifting competitions, and working out with John Cena and Roman Reigns. Then we quickly cover his time in Pro Wrestling from start to finish and the crazy things he has experienced in the last 12 years. Steve Manders gets a mention, we talk George Kittle and his love for the sport, and he lets us know his thoughts on The Swarm in Kinnick vs a WrestleMania entrance! All of this and more!
Hair metal rockers Cinderella perhaps put it best with their 1988 hit: "Don't Know What You Got (Til It's Gone)." Sean Clifford was shredding the vaunted Iowa Hawkeyes defense in hostile environs until an injury put him out of the game early in the second quarter. At that point, Penn State fans the world over, many of whom had harbored doubts about the third-year starter (and were rarely shy about expressing them), realized just how vitally important Cliff is to this team's success. Jim and Chris review the carnage from Kinnick and results from around the country and ponder just how essential recruiting and developing the QB position will be to James Franklin's pursuit of that elusive "elite" status. Remember to subscribe to the Keystone Kickoff podcast (see below) to continue getting every weekly installment of The Obligatory Keystone Crossover.FEATURING: Chris Buchignani, Jim GalantiWe're excited to be partnering with the team at Keystone Sports, more folks who love the Nittany Lions like we do.You can hear the Keystone Kickoff Show three times a week on the airwaves across Pennsylvania - go to KeystoneSportsNetwork.com for a list of radio stations and more - or listen whenever you want by subscribing on your favorite podcast platform. But your best bet is to download the Keystone Sports App, available in the App Store and Google Play.
In this edition of There's A Lot Going On, David and Tom discuss the news surrounding Jon Gruden, including the breaking news that he was resigning while they recorded. Then, the guys break down the biggest games from week 5 of the NFL season, including wins by the Chargers over the Browns and the Bills dismantling of the Chiefs on Sunday Night Football. Plus, a look at the college football landscape after Iowa's big win over Penn State, Oklahoma's comeback versus Texas, and Alabama's stunning loss. Intro Music: Ditto by Cary Allen Story on Gruden: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/11/sports/football/what-did-jon-gruden-say.html?smtyp=cur&smid=tw-nytimes Follow us on Twitter! Podcast Twitter David's Twitter Tom's Twitter Give us a 5-star rating on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/theres-a-lot-going-on/id14884759 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
90+ minutes of Hawkeye content. Those Hawkeyes, your Hawkeyes, are ranked #2 in the nation right now and we break down the ENTIRE game from Saturday where Iowa overcame Penn State 23-20. It was a week that felt like a month and it culminated in the best game Kinnick has seen in decades. The boys sit down to discuss every part of Saturday from Ettore 'Big E' Ewen giving the nation a "Hawks By A Million' and basting our brand into outer space, to the Injury issues that seemed to plague Penn State at the perfect, most opportune times. We talk Offensive struggles especially early in the game, Iowa getting 4 more interceptions, Clifford getting hurt, Nico's big catch, and everything in between. What a weekend it was, now sit back and debrief it all with us, the Walkons.
We have our final episode before the big showdown at Kinnick tomorrow with the Iowa Hawkeyes taking on the Penn State Nittany Lions. We have you covered here with the key storylines, what the Hawks need to do to win, and ultimately giving you our prediction. For Iowa to be successful, they need to get Tyler Goodson the ball, and they need to slow down Sean Clifford and we break down how they can do both of those things in the final show before this top-five match-up at Kinnick. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! 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. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The guys talk all things college football and get heavily into the weeds with all things college football and the Cy-Hawk game. Then comedian and The Late Show host Stephen Colbert may have gone too far with a joke regarding the Kinnick Wave and the University of Iowa Children's Hospital. Dave Bartoo of College Football Matrix chats Cy-Hawk and other interesting college football matchups this weekend.
The scoreboard was all Iowa in Week 1, a 34-6 win over Indiana. But looking deeper, what did we learn about the Hawkeyes going into a historic Cy-Hawk game this week? 247Sports' Sean Bock joins The Gazette's Leah Vann on Hawk Off The Press to break down the key performances and remaining questions. Plus, a recruiting update after a big weekend of visitors at Kinnick.
On this episode of the Beyond the Helmet we are joined by 12 year NFL defensive lineman and former Iowa Hawkeye, Colin Cole.Colin Cole was part of the initial Coach Ferentz recruiting class that ushered in this era of Hawkeye football. After working himself into an all-conference player at Iowa, he went undrafted attempting to break into the NFL. He details his process of grinding it out until he broke out as a Green Bay Packer.Cole also had to comeback from a series of setbacks relating to an injury that kept him out of playing a game for 2 seasons. Now though he focuses his time on the Cole Group and he is a podcaster. Check out Legends of Kinnick and Transitioning from the Trenches. He is @ColinCole on IG and @ColinCole91 on Twitter.If you like this episode please share it with someone who you think will enjoy it! At least leave a comment, subscribe, give it a thumbs up - anything so others can find us!Support the show (http://www.viqtorysports.com)
Biz and Trent return to preview the upcoming 2021 Iowa football season. Kid's Day observations from Biz, concerns and excitement about the upcoming year, Stat Boy info, picks against the spread and the return of Biz's Beat. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This is Stephen Schmidt from the Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Wednesday, August 25. Tuesday's humid weather turned into heavy rain and sometimes dangerous conditions. Wednesday could provide a repeat of this pattern. According to the National Weather Service it will be partly sunny with a high near 90 degrees in the Cedar Rapids area on Wednesday. There will be a 30 percent chance of rain, primarily after 4 p.m., with some storms having the potential for heavy rain. Then Wednesday night the chance for rain will continue at roughly the same probability, although more likely it will be rain again. Severe thunderstorms swept across Central and Eastern Iowa on Tuesday, bringing hail and high winds that damaged buildings and snapped trees. According to National Weather Service https://www.weather.gov/source/crh/lsrmap.html?sid=dvn (storm reports, )the bad weather in the state spanned from as far west as Story City north of Des Moines to as far east as Bellevue on the Iowa-Illinois border. Early storm reports showed widespread winds, ranging from 40 to 70 mph, as well as hail raging in size from a quarter inch to 1 inch in diameter. The most damaging storms appear to have hit northeastern Iowa, at, and to the north of, Manchester. Parents expressed worries for the safety of their children and others Tuesday as students in Iowa City schools finished their second day of classes without a face mask requirement. During a school board meeting, the board was presented with a petition signed by over 1,000 community members, medical providers and parents asking the Iowa City Community School District to require masks in schools to help protect against the spread of COVID-19. The petitioners did so while conceding that the board's hands are likely tied by a state law passed in May prohibiting masking mandates. Iowa City School Superintendent Matt Degner said the district is aware of the concerns and is working on solutions to keep students safe. Leadership is changing at the Englert Theatre in downtown Iowa City. Andre Perry, executive director for 11 years, has resigned to pursue new projects. His final day is Sept. 13, but he will help finalize fall and spring programming already underway, and will continue as executive director for the upcoming Witching Hour festival and Mission Creek festival in 2022. Perry has led the nonprofit arts presenter through growing from an $800,000 budget in 2010 to a $1.9 million budget in 2019. He also founded Mission Creek and Witching Hour festivals, showcasing high-profile and emerging artists, as well as local musicians, authors, poets and creators. Beer afficionados, your choices at Kinnick Stadium this football season won't be limited to mass-produced corporate brew. https://www.thegazette.com/hawkeye-football/iowa-to-sell-beer-and-wine-in-kinnick-carver-hawkeye/ (The University of Iowa announced in June) that it would become the eighth Big Ten Conference school to sell beer and wine at its sporting events. Iowa senior associate athletics director Matt Henderson spoke Tuesday about what fans can expect, alcohol-wise, at Kinnick. Eastern Iowa beermakers Backpocket, Big Grove and SingleSpeed will be sold at Iowa Hawkeyes football games, starting with the Sept. 4 season-opener. For those with more mainstream tastes. Bud Light, Busch Light, Coors Light, Michelob Ultra and Bud Light Seltzer also will be available. Wine will also be available. If you love all things Iowa Football, don't miss Leah Vann's Talkin Hawks Newsletter. In her weekly email you'll get exclusive Hawkeye coverage, trivia, food reviews, podcast highlights and more. Sign up today at the thegazette.com/hawks Be sure to subscribe to The Gazette Daily news podcast, or just tell your Amazon https://www.thegazette.com/topic?eid=121774&ename=Alexa&lang=en (Alexa) enabled device to “enable The Gazette Daily News skill" so you can get your daily briefing by simply saying “Alexa,... Support this podcast
Kurt admitted to crying during the "Welcome Back to the Theaters" commercial that played before F9. It was such a relief to be back...and Ken gets the same way when he returns to Kinnick after a long wait.
The Iowa basketball staff got a huge jolt of recruiting news for the class of 2022 when 4-star guard Dasonte Bowen committed. What is next for Fran McCaffery's staff in the class of 2022? We break it all down here. We also got some exciting news that Kinnick will have alcohol sales this upcoming season! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Its Q&A time, we took your questions from Twitter and answered them to the best of our ability. The episode starts and ends talking about massage... and there's plenty in between. If big time recruits flop, what are the main reasons? How could the environment inside Kinnick be made even better? Where would we choose to go play right now? Ranking some of the most emotional moments of our career and MORE!
This is John McGlothlen with the Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Monday, May 3rd. Today, we're expecting showers and thunderstorms, with a high near 73. Winds from the south 5 to 15 mph, in the afternoon coming from the northwest. Our chance of precipitation in the Cedar Rapids area is 80%. Rainfall amounts between three quarters of an inch to an inch are possible. Tonight, showers and thunderstorms continue to be likely, mainly before 7 pm. The Johnson County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fatal plane crash. According to a news release, deputies were called to a plane crash Sunday at 3:52 p.m. at 250th Street and Greencastle Avenue NW in rural Tiffin. Witnesses reported seeing an airplane near the Greencastle Airport and later seeing it crash into a nearby field. The name of the pilot is being withheld until the family can be notified. Police said a local one-time Black Lives Matter movement leader whose apartment was the site of a fatal shooting tried to deter the investigation. 19-year-old Quincy Russom was found dead at 615 S. Governor St. at the home of 20-year-old Mazin Mohamedali on Feb. 1. Police said 30 minutes transpired between the time Russom was killed and the time police were notified. In a new criminal complaint, police allege Mohamedali had specific knowledge that Sammy Hamed, 22, had murdered Russom and waited to call 911. Police said Mohamedali lied during questioning, gave false descriptions of people involved and withheld other information that would have led police to Hamed more quickly. The criminal complaint alleges Mohamedali deleted his call history and Snapchat from his phone. In a recorded conversation, Mohamedali allegedly admitted to lying to police about the homicide and who was involved so police would not find out about the origin of guns tied to the investigation, police said. Mohamedali faces one count of accessory after the fact, an aggravated misdemeanor. The Iowa football team stopped what it was doing in Kinnick Stadium for a few minutes Saturday morning to listen to a basketball player. A recognition and farewell to Iowa's Luka Garza was held on the Kinnick field 10 minutes before the final football practice of the spring. Garza spoke to the several thousand fans present, thanking relatives, teammates and coaches.
The Iowa Hawkeyes don't have first-round prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft, but there are plenty of day-two and day-three hopefuls to keep an eye on. The Gazette's https://twitter.com/jeje66 (Jeff Johnson) joins https://twitter.com/lvann_sports (Leah Vann) on the On Iowa Podcast to break down where things stand for Iowa's future pros. Also on this episode: Jeff's insight from covering an Iowa baseball team that has been on a roll lately and what to watch during Saturday's final spring practice that will have an impact on the 2021 season. » https://twitter.com/gazetteoniowa (Follow Iowa Hawkeyes coverage on Twitter) » https://www.facebook.com/OnIowaCRG/ (Follow Iowa Hawkeyes coverage on Facebook)
Today we regroup after the first day in Kinnick for the 2021 season. The Hawks held an open practice and we got to see some of what will be on display this fall. We go position by position and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each as well as depth issues, star talent, and where the Hawks are 9 spring practices in. What do we think about the QB competition, Just how deep are we at DB? Will the D-line figure it out in time for the season opener? How much can the special teams help out this year? And more.
The Athletic's Scott Dochterman and Rob Howe from Hawk Fanatic get together for the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. In this episode: Fans Back at Iowa Sporting Events - Spring Football in Kinnick? (1:45) Men's Basketball - Oregon Loss, End of Era, Potential Incoming/Outgoing Transfers, Look ahead to '21-22 (9:55) Women's Basketball - Lisa Bluder Reloads, Caitlin Clark Goes National (53:45) Wrestling - National Champs again, Legends of Spencer Lee grows, '21-22 Outlook (1:03:20) Football - Who helped themselves most at Pro Day? (1:13:20)
1 of the most decorated Hawkeyes that ever wore the Black & Gold is a man that few people even know about. Mr. John Niland played for the Hawks in a time before coaches Ferentz & Frye, before much Hawkeye success and before it was even called Kinnick Stadium ..... Kinnick was named “Iowa Stadium” until 1972. His All-Conference, All-American, Pro Bowl & All-Pro career will at some point get him to Canton Ohio as an NFL Hall of Famer but in the mean time I’m happy to have him as a guest on Legends of Kinnick ...... Ladies & Gentlemen .... Mr. John “Nightlife” Niland
The Legends of Kinnick podcast has taken us down some awesome paths and the next guest is NO exception. Marcus Paschal had tremendous career patrolling Iowa’s secondary, but take a listen to how that almost wasn’t the case! From the uncertainty navigating the recruiting process to competing in a super talented Defensive Back’s room. His story has all the familiarity of a unique Hawk story! Ladies & Gentlemen..... Marcus Paschal
My next guest is one of the most decorated Quarterbacks not only in Iowa football history but also Big Ten history as only 1 of 3 to Start and Win 3 Bowl Games. Add to that, that he's the only Quarterback to ever start and win 3 times against legendary Penn State head coach, Joe Paterno. In Iowa football history, he ranks top 3 in Touchdown passes, yards, attempts and total offense. But Ricky Stanzi would be the first to defer those accolades to his teammates and that’s part of the reason why Ricky Joseph Stanley is a Legend of Kinnick.....
WITH SPECIAL GUEST DENARD ROBINSON. FOR THE WHOLE THING. AND HE LIKES HOCKEY! Please listen to Part 1 first if you haven't already. The Sponsor: If you're buying or reselling, talk to Matt Demorest at HomeSure Lending now and see if you can't lock in a low rate while it lasts. In addition to being more ethical, knowledgeable, hands-on, intelligent, and fun to work with, Matt's cool. Previously: 1879, 1901, 1918, 1925, 1932, 1940, 1947, 1950, 1964, 1973, 1976, 1980, 1985 p.1& p.2, 1988, 1991, 1999, 2011 p.1 Special Guests: Craig Roh, author of The Pass Rush Bible and Denard Robinson [Writeup and player after THE JUMP] 1. Under the Lights and Talking Hockey (starts at 1:00) The Notre Dame game. What was Denard's favorite sport to watch on campus? We play the Don Criqui call for Denard, who's never heard it before. 2. EMU, SDSU, Minnesota, Northwestern, the Defensive Turnaround (starts at 25:07) The defensive turnaround, where the Worst Waldo play came from, how much did they hate Minnesota. The one non-stupid Brady Hoke vs Northwestern game. 3. MSU, Purdue, Kinnick at Night, and John O'Neill (starts at 1:01:04) The Trash Tornado game and MSU's dirty brand of football. Purdue and the story of Fitz Toussaint. JT Floyd's renaissance vs Marvin McNutt. The meeting that changed the direction of the program. Vincent Smith's pass-blocking. The rule about wearing red. The defensive line game. 4. Nebraska, Ohio State, Sugar Bowl (starts at 1:14:56) Mike Martin forces a pitch on a speed option. Denard's kid helps us relive the Ohio State game for the first time again. Yeah, VT should have won the Sugar Bowl, but if you give them that you have to give Michigan MSU and Iowa back. Kevin Koger's Kogerland. David Molk's butt is nicer than Rocko Khoury's. -------------------------------------------- MUSIC: "Run Me Over"—The Babies "The Day is Coming"—My Morning Jacket "Gold on the Ceiling"—The Black Keys “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music? The hockey games was the best games to go to.
Mitch and Scott open up the show talking about the cancellation of the Ohio State vs. Michigan game and whether the Big Ten will change their rules. Then, they break down the talking points in the West this week, including the Badgers traveling to Kinnick, Minnesota makes their return to play against Nebraska, and what is Northwestern playing for vs. Illinois. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode I chatted with Kennel and Crate owner Terri Kinnick Arnold about the beautiful handmade, custom crates and Kennels they make for animal owners around the country. Made right here in Stillwater Oklahoma. The shop is on her grandfathers land in Stillwater and right off Kinnick Rd. Her family name. Great story about how Terri came to the business and now runs the business shipping furniture all over the United States. To see their awesome craftsmanship go to https://kennelandcrate.comFollow them on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok all at Kennel & Crate.
Welcome to the pharmacy residency podcast on the pharmacy podcast network. I have Rachel Whitesitt on with me and she is a P4 at the University of Iowa in her fifth week of this academic rotation. And what we want to do is talk to her a bit about her journey, but also she's had the time to get two degrees as she's going through here. And, maybe some advice on virtual rotations and things like that. So Rachel, welcome to the pharmacy residency podcast. Thanks for having me, Tony. I've really enjoyed this academic rotation, even though it's virtual. It's very different and I'm pretty flexible and really learn on my feet. No I'm excited. Well, let's first talk about why pharmacy. Many people kind of start in pharmacy serendipitously. I went to the University of Maryland College Park and as part of the requirement to get into the premed club, I needed some kind of health profession something or other, and then I just volunteered at the pharmacy, but then I just never went back to premed. So that was my way of getting in. What was it that brought you into pharmacy school? Yeah so, I did start working at a pharmacy when I was in high school. My cousin worked at an independent community pharmacy in our town as a tech and she was like, “Hey, do you need a job?” And I was a high school student, so yeah, I needed a job. I saw what the pharmacists were doing and how they were helping these patients. But they also had all this scientific knowledge and background to it as well, but we're able to translate that into educating patients and meeting them where they're at there. So I chose pre-pharmacy as my major, not sure what I really wanted to do it, but I just chose it. And then as I started at Iowa and was able to meet other pharmacists and then meet with the people at the school, I realized, yeah, this is what I want to do. Being able to talk to patients and then I also really liked the science of how the drugs work in the body. I think it's really interesting. So yeah, I've just stuck with pharmacy. Okay. And you live down just South of Des Moines, so you could have readily gone down to Kansas or over to Omaha or North to Minnesota. We do have a lot of pharmacy schools around here or just gone a little bit North to Drake, but you just decided on Iowa. So what was it that made you first decide pre-pharmacy Iowa and then what made you decide to stay? I wanted to choose a school that did have a pharmacy program cause that's where I was leaning towards doing. And then I chose to go to Iowa because I did kind of want a bigger state school because I love football and doing all those fun things and obviously the in-state tuition was good. But then as I learned more about the Iowa pharmacy program, I decided to stay because everyone that I met wanted me to learn and they wanted me to become the best pharmacist that I could be. I just felt like I really fit in well to the Iowa pharmacy family. So that's why I decided to stay there. And when you sit at the stadium, are you in the I, O, W, or the A, because for those of you that don't know Kinnick stadium, you'll hear I O W A. Where do you guys usually sit? Yeah, so we sit in the I, that's a student section. And I actually used to live really close to the stadium so I could see it out my window and I could hear that chant. Okay. That's so cool. Well, let's talk a little bit about your leadership journey because those that are listening are generally interested in residency and they want to do the very best they can in those five areas of clinical, research, leadership, service, and teaching. Tell me a little bit about your leadership journey and what you were involved in. I know you've actually started local and maybe moved out a little bit more than most. Yeah. My leadership journey has definitely changed and adapted as I've gone throughout pharmacy school. I think of it a little bit more as like servant leadership, so I also feel like I use my leadership position to touch on that service aspect a little bit as well. So one of my first positions I had was our APhA Operation Heart chair. I had actually originally run for our International Vice President position and did not get that. So that's one of those learning from your failures thing. But I really felt like Operation Heart Chair was where I was meant to be because I really enjoyed organizing health fairs and doing the screenings and then also helping to teach our fellow students how to do these screenings and also interpret the readings and then how to counsel patients on that as well. So I really enjoyed that position. And then I was also very involved Phi Delta Chi, a pharmacy fraternity. I spent two years as my chapter’s what we call Worthy Correspondent, kind of similar to a secretary. We highlight throughout the year what our chapter has done and help communicate that out to our other chapters and to our regional and national officers as well. With that group, I was able to go to multiple regional and national meetings where I've really loved getting to meet other pharmacy professionals from around the region around the nation and make those connections. So this last winter, I ran for a regional position which I've started this year. I'm the Regional Correspondent and I help the 11 different schools in our region and help them with their reports, the same kind of reports that I wrote. And also problem solving, especially with COVID-19, how are they going to do their events. I'm really a touch person for them. I've really enjoyed that and getting to know them personally as well as professionally. Awesome. Okay. So when you decided on career, so now you've, you've moved into some leadership positions. You started off in community and my understanding is you actually went into hospital for quite a long time. So tell me a little bit about choosing hospital. What you learned from hospital and maybe where the future is, whether hospital or community. Yeah, so as I said, I worked in an independent community pharmacy for about two years in high school. And then when I went to college and I worked at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics as an inpatient pharmacy technician for about four years. And there was so much going on, over an 800 bed hospital. It's a huge academic medical center, a level one trauma center. It was a really great opportunity. I just started there honestly, cause I needed a job. But then I was able to do a little bit more out from just our central pharmacy, help also in our satellite pharmacy, our children's hospital pharmacy, and then also do med recs as well. And doing that has kind of helped me see that, personally, the inpatient side is not for me. You see these patients and we send them home and you hopefully never see them again. I prefer to build those relationships over time. I'm really taking a lot of the skills, a lot of the logistical and management skills that I've learned in this huge academic medical center, but also a lot with transitions of care. When I did med recs, you saw patients were sometimes confused about what medications they were on already at home. And so, especially when those patients will then transfer from the hospital setting back to the home setting that's where pharmacists can really be critical, which medications that they changed, which medications they stopped. I hopefully will be taking a lot of those skills I learned in the hospital setting and bring them to either community practice or ambulatory care practice in my future. So tell me a little bit about choosing to do an MPH because a PharmD is rigorous enough. I know there's some overlap maybe, but tell me a little bit about the MPH and how does it fit into what you're going to do? Cause it seems like you've started, I don't want to say you started small, but you started local and you've expanded out. And my understanding is that the MPH is all about expansion and organizing those things on a much bigger level. Yeah, definitely. So I chose to do the MPH because I'm a little bit more interested in the – I love direct patient care – but also more of the organizing behind it and doing more outreach and interprofessional work and all of that. And I felt that the MPH could really give me a little bit more background and training in that and just help give me a little bit more education in that area. So at the University of Iowa, we have the dual degree program. So some of our pharmacy classes will count for MPH and then our MPH courses count for our electives. And you can get it done in the four years. It doesn't take an extra year. We did have do summer classes, but they were not too bad. So I thought, why not go for it? You know, it's not going to take me any extra time. And I've really learned about why people do what they do and why do they make the health decisions? And then how can we take some of these public health theories and then use those in our marketing and communication about health issues as well? So yeah, hopefully to take this degree and use it in organizing immunization campaigns and targeting chronic diseases, cause that's really where we're going for public health 3.0 and working with the public health department and other organizations. I really think about it as reaching out to, other groups, whether it be the actual public themselves or other healthcare professionals. And that's where I see myself using public health degree. Okay. Well, let's talk a little bit about virtual, not just virtual with the APPE and teaching students, but maybe you can kind of fill us in, on some of the virtual things that you were seeing and doing in your first APPE experience, which I think was in Maquoketa. Is that right? Yes. Yeah. So I was at Osterhaus pharmacy in Maquoketa. That rotation was in person, but our lobby was closed to our patients so we did a lot more tele-health where we were calling patients to counsel them on their medications because they weren't able to come into the store and take that time to sit down with us. We did that over the phone. That was interesting since we're really kind of going towards telemedicine. So that was nice to see. Okay. And then now you've been teaching students for almost five weeks. Maybe some things that you're picking up either you were able to apply from teaching clinically to teaching in the classroom or teaching in the classroom to something clinical. What's maybe, I hate to use the word Pearl it's so overused, but what's a best practice or, or something in terms of teaching that maybe somebody, let me give you an example. So something, a lot of students like to do is say, this is my first time doing this. So just go easy on me, which completely removes any credibility they might've just had, they took it away. It's like a wedding, nobody knows how it's supposed to go. It just goes the way it did. And that's what all the guests say. What's maybe something that you found out that would be helpful to someone that does a teaching rotation or that does have significant teaching in a community practice? Yeah. Well, I would say really trying to find a way for the person that you're teaching to be involved. We would do some presentation during our zoom classes, but also having a Kahoot to allow the students to actually have to do something versus just sitting there with their mic off and camera off. And having them actually answer the questions I thought was helpful so they could gain gauge their knowledge, but also become a little bit more engaged in that. I think that's also important for when you're teaching patients, you have to teach or teach them to use like a new inhaler or something, having them show you how to use it engages them. And then it helps them become a little bit more competent in doing that as well. Yeah. And I think even just today we had one where the students, half of them picked alprazolam, and half of them picked diazepam for a muscle relaxer. And that maybe was a point of distinction where they're saying, okay, well I get they're both benzos, but wouldn't both of them do the same thing with the muscle relaxer and kind of talking about specificity and things like that. So that's a great point. What about when we talk about virtual? What do you think about midyear? I know we haven't talked too much about it, but what do you think a virtual midyear is going to be like. What are maybe some advantages that, that it might have or disadvantages that it might have? Because I saw that I want to say Wisconsin is having a virtual, there's a group in Wisconsin I think is having its first virtual showcase in just a week. So some of them are happening very quickly, but maybe something that you think would be important as you're going into a virtual midyear or virtual showcase. Yeah. So I think students want to be a little bit more on our game about figuring out when are these since we don't know if there's going to be a full residency showcase. Is it going to be those three different sessions? I'm just figuring out when the programs that you want to check out. Are they or when are they going to be at this residency showcase or are they going to be having other opportunities to learn about them as well? So checking out their website and social media pages to see, and what other opportunities are they having to connect with them? If we're not necessarily going to be able to talk in person, it'll be important to be able to talk, whether it's over these chats or if you're going to have to maybe see their presentation and email them separately. We'll have to learn to communicate a little bit differently than just talking to them at the residency showcase. Yeah. And even just with this rotation, maybe you saw how having good video quality, having good audio quality can make a difference in the impression that you make on someone or that they make on you. And you were able to kind of encapsulate what it is to record a presentation versus being in front of someone versus kind of seeing on the fly. Oh wait. So I thought they got this, but this is what actually they actually got out of it. Well, I've asked you a lot of questions. Is there anything that I haven't asked you about, or haven't mentioned that you'd like to maybe address, I know I touched on a lot. I think just letting students know if there's something you're interested in, go for it. It’s never too late to do anything, especially now I'm in my APPE year and thinking a little bit about more about the five big categories you’ve got to touch on. If there's something you think you're lacking in or something you're more interested in, find people to help you with that. You know, I wanted to see a little bit more what teaching was like. And so that's why I ranked this rotation high and I thought it has been really interesting. It kind of opened my eyes to other kinds of teaching as well, and writing, and a lot of other things. So whatever you're interested in, go for it. Awesome. Well, thanks so much for being on the pharmacy residency podcast. Awesome. Thank you.
Brenden Lynce (Kinnick 2003) - Engineer Brenden was born in Killeen, Texas. As the son of a Naval officer, he earned his title of 'Military Brat' moving across various states in the US during his youth before finally moving to Japan and graduating from Nile C Kinnick in 2004. After high school, Brenden spent a couple of years traveling in Asia and performing Music before joining the Military in 2007. He served on the Ballistic Missle Submarine USS Nevada (SSBN 733) as a Nuclear Reactor Operator. During his tour, he completed a historic Refueling and Overhaul of an SSBN Reactor and received several awards for tackling rare reactor casualties during Sea Patrols. After the Navy Brenden went to work as an Engineering Technician for Intel in Phoenix, Arizona repairing Plasma Etching equipment for the Semiconductor Manufacturing Process. While in Arizona, Brenden fell prey to one of the dreaded American Plagues of gun violence, receiving a bullet to the chest. After recovery, Brenden took a couple of years away from his career and traveled the Major Metropolitan areas exploring the Political, Economical, Mental, and Cultural issues surrounding America. Brenden then turned his focus back to his career, moving to Austin, Texas, becoming an Equipment Engineer for Cypress Semiconductor (now Infineon Technologies). In Austin, Brenden is researching the importance of the Electrical quality and coherency of food and water, and its effects on Mental and Physical Health. He also mentors Men and Youth on self-awareness and how to avoid the cultural pitfalls of America that will prohibit their version of success in the future. Via these, Brenden intends to start a Non-Profit that tackles some of what he observes as the base issues plaguing America. An Industrialized food system that exacerbates Physical and Mental Health Issues. The improper socialization of youth, including the use of electronic technologies, leading to a host of increasing effects that are left up to political and economic infighting to resolve. Episode Summary -Introduction -Experience at Kinnick HS -Playing music and touring in Asia -Entering the Navy -Identity and Race in Japan vs USA -Military experience as a Nuclear Reactor Operator -Getting shot in the chest in Arizona -Effects of the shooting, and the next steps taken -Mentoring youth -Research on Electricity X Food -What is to come
In this weeks episode Joe sits down with Nutrishop Bakersfield owner Howard Kinnick. The two of them get into eating clean, working out and being healthy. They also cover supplements and some need to know overall health advice. Follow us on Instagram @dropfitnessbakersfield Go to our website at dropfitnessbakersfield.com See you at the gym!
Miguel Recinos walked onto the Iowa Hawkeye football team in the fall of 2014 out of Mason City, Iowa. After redshirting and biding his time, he worked his way up the depth chart and was named starter for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. He capped off his senior day in Kinnick stadium with a walk off field goal against the Nebraska forncuskers. In this episode Miguel shares the struggle that he went through to find his fit at Iowa amongst some health issues and his natural loner instinct. He goes in depth about the dynamic of battling for a position with Keith Duncan while being each other’s most trusted teammate, and tells how the Iowa program changed him forever. He also talks about his performance in the Pinstripe Bowl, How he got to Iowa city in the first place, and much more. Enjoy :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/washed-up-walkons/support
Joining us for today's Ask Me Anything is Clay Kinnick, who is a Marketing and Business Development Coordinator at Heart Truth Distilling, which is Indiana's largest craft distilling company. In today's episode, we are addressing KPIs with his company's leadership. Show NotesConnect With: Clay Kinnick: Website // LinkedInThe MarTech Podcast: Email // LinkedIn // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn // Twitter
The hawks had a huge win in Kinnick under the lights vs the fighting Flecks of Minnesota on Saturday and the guys break down everything, from the offense and defense, the play calling, the field rush, and the pig. Its all right here. Enjoy :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/washed-up-walkons/support
Iowa is now 5-1 in its last six games in November when hosting teams ranked in the Top Seven. Minnesota is their latest victim. IR MN 2019 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We sit down with former All American Hawkeye wrestler Alex Meyer to discuss all things Iowa wrestling and plenty more. topics include how he became a Hawkeye, a look into what Tom and Terry Brands are really like, What wrestling in front of 45,000 people in Kinnick feels like, rabbit hunting at the dorms on campus, and more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/washed-up-walkons/support
We discuss a variety of topics including general notes about the game Saturday, the Kinnick edge, elite sports book in Iowa City, a sponsored extra episode from a pub, Sandusky/Paterno, and more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/washed-up-walkons/support
Penn State will roll into Iowa City undefeated for a prime time clash with the Hawkeyes. Sean Fitz and Tyler Donohue break down the news of the week from the Nittany Lions, talk recruiting and welcome in Hawkeye Insider's David Eickholt to talk about the matchup at Kinnick. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode the boys give a ton of updates regarding merchandise and other logistical notes. Then, they get into the Kids Day in Kinnick and break down some initial thoughts on the 2019 Hawkeyes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/washed-up-walkons/support