Jeff Ward's experience, insight, and unique perspective on football is always in demand. The audience starves for his fearless, agenda-free, and irreverent take on the teams and storylines that matter most. Now, fans can get a steady diet of his football knowledge with regular segments titled “Six Minutes of Football." Follow The Jeff Ward Show on social media: Twitter Instagram Facebook Jeff Ward is a highly decorated former NCAA football player with extensive ties to the University of Texas. He's been nominated as an Outstanding Young Texas Ex, and while a student at The University of Texas, he was a four-year Letterman in football, a football team captain, a member of the Athletics Director's Academic Honor Roll, a three-time all-conference football player, and a two-time All-American football player. He's among the top five all-time leading scorers at The University of Texas, and he's the NCAA record holder for game-winning field goals. He was selected in the 1988 NFL Draft to play football professionally. The podcast market is oversaturated with NCAA and NFL football content but with Jeff, you get the educated perspective of someone who's lived it. Jeff has been appearing on both national news and local (Texas-based) news platforms to discuss sports, politics and economics for over 20 years. Jeff's time at The University of Texas provided him with knowledge of worldwide economics, marketing strategies and the economics of sports, particularly with NCAA Football. With the NCAA always finding itself involved in hot-button issues, Jeff Ward explains what's going on behind the scenes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's show, Glen and Ray discuss the latest with the Eagles, Flyers and Sixers. Tell Us Your Story with Larry Brown in the 12:00 hour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Greg and Eli talk with Deputy AD Jeff Crane about Memphis Madness, Thursday night game against Navy, tickets for the game against the Vols in Nashville and more. Also, they talk with Tigers assistant Cody Toppert about playing golf yesterday, excitement for Memphis Madness, input and knowledge of Larry Brown, 9-10 man rotation this season and more.
Memphis head coach Penny Hardaway joins college basketball insider Jeff Goodman to discuss how much name, image and likeness has changed college basketball. Plus, he addresses the rumors of his desires to coach in the NBA and assembling a coaching staff with basketball legends Rasheed Wallace and Larry Brown. SUBSCRIBE to the Field of 12: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzbM... THE FIELD OF 68 IS POWERED BY BET RIVERS: BetRivers.com FOLLOW: Host Jeff Goodman: https://twitter.com/GoodmanHoops Host Robbie Hummel: https://twitter.com/RobbieHummel Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheFieldOf68 Instagram: https://instagram.com/fieldof68 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/TheFieldOf68 https://thefieldof68.com
In the final edition of Courtside, Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon joins Seth Greenberg to discuss his bucket list trip to the Ryder Cup, why it was a top-five sports moment for him to witness a U.S.A. win, his experience learning under Larry Brown, how the big-name transfers Fatts Russell and Qudus Wahab are fitting into the team, the unexpected addition of Old Dominion transfer Xavier Green, Hakim Hart slotting into the starting lineup, and what he sees from his freshman class. Keep your eyes on this feed: Bald Men on Campus is ESPN's new college basketball podcast, featuring Seth Greenberg and his College GameDay co-hosts Jay Bilas and LaPhonso Ellis. The guys will be with you from midnight madness through the Final Four in New Orleans.
Playlist Chamberlin Rhythmate Two Times The Trauma, “Freak Show” from I Fell In Love With An Ocean (2006 Starfly). There is an original Chamberlin Rhythmate at Roth Händle Studios in Stockholm, plus some other precious vintage equipment used in the making of the first album by Two Times The Trauma. Double Bass, Vocals, Magnus Eugensson; Drums, Percussion, Optigan, Mellotron, Tin Whistle, Turntables, Chamberlin Rhythmate, Mattias Olsson; Electric Guitar, Eric Fallope; Mellotron, Orchestron, Tobias Ljungkvist; Tuba, Fredrik Wennström; Vocals, Cecilia Åhlfeldt; Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Mattias Eriksson; Xylophone, Daniel Kåse. Recorded at Roth Händle Studios 3 & 4, Stockholm. Mellotron bee tape set used with kind permission from Gaby Stenberg. Yamaha GX-1 used with kind permission from Benny Andersson. Orchestron French Horn disc on 'In Your Eyes' used thanks to Zac Rae. All Optigan, Mellotron and Chamberlin Rhythmate service and maintenance was performed way beyond the call of duty by Markus Resch. Wurlitizer Side Man and Swingin' Rhythm LCD Sound System, “Somebody's Calling Me” from This Is Happening (2010 Parlophone). Somebody's Calling Me; Finger Snaps Snaps, Matt Thornley; Finger Snaps Snaps, Synthesizer Casio MT-68, Wurlitzer Sideman, EMS VCS3 Putney, Korg Poly Ensemble, Bass, Piano Acoustic, Keyboards Roland System 100, Vocals, James Murphy; Mixed By, DS; Trombone, Jason Disu; Written-By, J. Murphy. Glenn Derringer, “The Girl From Ipanema” from Wurlitzer Swingin' Rhythm (1968 Wurlitzer). Glenn Derringer at the Wurlitzer electronic organ, demonstrating the Wurlitzer Electronic Swingin' Rhythm attachment with an unspecified Wurlitzer electronic organ. Each track on this demonstration disc explains the Swingin' Rhythm settings that were used. For “The Girl From Ipanema,” the settings were: “Moderate Bossa Nova. The Swingin' Rhythm was set at Latin, tempo control set to 1 o'clock.” What more can I say? Dick Hyman, “Strobo” from the single Strobo/Lay, Lady, Lay (1969 Command). Dick told me about this track, which was one of his Moog experiments that didn't make it onto his two albums around this time. Normally, he produced his Moog tracks with the help of synthesizer programmer Walter Sear. But in the case of this single, he did all the programming. For “Strobo,” he used a drum machine. It sounds like a Swingin' Rhythm. Jean-Pierre Sabar, “Fool on the Hill” from Super-Danse/Les Orgues Électroniques De Jean Pierre Sabar (1969 Sava). French LP of instrumental cover versions of popular music, all played on the Wurlitzer 4300 electronic organ with integrated Multi-Matic Percussion unit and Swingin' Rhythm, which was also sold as a standalone drum machine. In this case, I'm having a little trouble telling the difference between the drum machine and what sometimes sounds like a drum set with bass and toms. The settings on the organ indicate that the pedals can be used to play “drum” and “cymbal” sounds, and the Swingin' Rhythm unit had buttons for drum, brush, snare, block, and cymbal. Still, I can't account for the tambourine sound but so much of this rhythm section sounds like a drum machine repeating sounds robotically that I must assume that this is a combination of live drummer and drum machine. Jerry Styner And Larry Brown, “Dock of the Bay” from Orbit III (1971 Beverly Hills). Album produced to showcase the sounds of the Wurlitzer Orbit III organ, the “orbit” portion being a a third, two-octave keyboard that was a monophonic synthesizer. The instrument was equipped with the latest Wurlitzer rhythm machine built in. On this track, you not only hear sounds of a drum machine that sounds similar to the Wurlitzer Swingin' Rhythm machine introduced in 1969. Although the liner notes suggest that all of the sounds were created using the organ, there appears to be a regular human drummer playing along (probably percussionist and co-producer Larry Brown). I say this because there is a hit hat heard throughout and although Swingin' Rhythm had setting for a Snare, Brush and Cymbal sounds, as fills for the rhythm settings, they really did not reproduce the hit hat sound that is heard here. That and the miscellaneous drum fills added throughout sound more “played” than mechanized. Anyway, that's my take after examining this recording as compared to the actual sounds of the Swingin' Rhythm unit. Thomas Organ Byron Melcher, “Spanish Flea” from The Entertainers (1966 Thomas Organ Co.). Thomas Organ was one of the leading makers of electronic organs for the home. On this track, you can hear the Playmate rhythm component, a drum machine with 15 preset rhythms. The Thomas organ drum machine, circa mid-1960s. Thomas Organ was another maker of electronic organs for the home market. By 1966 they had created the Playmate rhythm component, a drum machine with 15 preset rhythms and a standalone device called the Band Box that had 10 preset rhythms. These were often sold as part of their Color-Glo line of transistorized organs. Color-Glo helped amateur musicians by lighting up the keys for preprogrammed melodies and chords to guide them along. Lowrey Organ Johnny Kemm “Taboo” from Latin Days (1970 Concert Recording). This album was created using the Lowrey Theater Console Deluxe organ model H25R-2 equipped with the built-in Automatic Rhythm drum machine feature. Not Sure Which Drum Machine Robin Gibb, “Mother and Jack” from the single Saved by the Bell/Mother and Jack (1969 Polydor). There was brief period in 1969 when the Brothers Gibb, otherwise known as the Bee Gees, had a sibling riff and Robin went off on his own to record some solo projects while Barry and Maurice completed a two-man Bee Gee album called Cucumber Castle. Perhaps because he was working along, Robin used a drum machine to mark time while recording various tracks and in the case of a few songs, he kept the mechanical rhythm as part of the finished recording. This might be the earliest purposeful use of a drum machine on a pop hit. I include it hear because it is probably a Swingin' Rhythm, although it might also be a Seeburg Select-A-Rhythm, also available at the time. Bruce Haack “Saint Basil” from The Electronic Record For Children (1969 Dimension 5). Tape composition, drum machine, and synthesis by Bruce Haack; Directed by P. Pandel; Performer, The Children Of Holy Trinity Cathedral School. Bruce used an unidentified drum machine on this album of children's music. Roland (Various) Michael Iceberg, “Mexican Hat Dance” from Does It Live: 100th Week At Walt Disney World (1977 Hihomusic). This album was only sold to tourists as a souvenir at Walt Disney World during the Michael Iceberg residency as a performer at Tomorrowland Terrace during the late 70's through the late 80's. Unknown drum machine, but likely a Roland Rhythm TR-55. Miha Kralj, “Apokalipsa” from Andromeda (1980 PGP). Yugoslavian record from synthesist Miha Kralj features a Roland CompuRhythm CR-78. Composer, producer, Synthesizer, Vocoder, Sequencer, Drum Machine, Effects, Miha Kralj. Gary Numan, “Slowcar To China” from Dance (1981 Atco). Bass , Mick Karn; Percussion, Gary Numan, Tim Steggles; Polymoog, Prophet 5, Roland JP 4, CP30, Claptrap, Electronic Drums Roland CR78, Gary Numan; Viola, Chris Payne. The Noyes Brothers, “Byte to Beat” from Sheep From Goats (1980 Object Music). Synthesizer and electronic drums, Solamar. The Noyes Brothers had two members, Steve Miro and Steve Solamar. They were from the UK and Solamar seems to be the only artist on this track and uses an non-specific Roland drum machine. This track is taken from a double LP, the only record I know of for the Noyes Brothers. Comateens, “Ghosts” from Comateens (1981 Cachalot Records). Here is a group who's unofficial fourth member was a Roland Compu-Rhythm CR-78. The inner notes for the album featured profiles of all of the artists, including Lyn Byrd on synthesizers and vocals, Oliver North on guitar and vocals, Nic North on bass, and vocals and the Roland machine, which was described as having a square black head, no body, with red, blue, and yellow buttons. In addition, the notes state that the Roland drum machine was born in Japan and existed as 3,468 separate pieces before assembled and called upon to serve with the Comateens. Joël Fajerman, “Espace – Oiseaux” from Azimuts (1981 PSA). French record by Fajerman featuring a Roland TR 808 Rhythm composer, and instruments such as the Multimoog, Prophet 5, Korg polyphonic 3100, Clavinet D6, ARP sequencer, Oberheim module. SPK (System Planning Korporation), “Emanation Machine R. Gie 1916” from Information Overload Unit (1981 Side Effects). Australian industrial sounds released in the UK. Guitar, Bass, Tape, Vocals, Mike Wilkins; Synthesizer, Roland Drum Programming, Effects, Vocals, Graeme Revell; Synthesizer, Effects, Dominic Guerin. Rüdiger Lorenz, “Out of the Past” from Invisible Voices (1983 Syncord). This late pharmacist/synthesist from Germany played all the instruments on this album, including Korg Polysix, Formant Synthesizer, Roland Vocoder VC 10, Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer, Moog Sample & Hold, MXR Stereo Chorus, Electro-Harmonix Flanger, PPG Sequencer, Elektor Ringmodulator, and Pearl Vorg Echo-Orbit. Other analog drum machines Bob Hacker, “Careless Hands” from One Man Opry: Bob Hacker Plays The Yamaha Electone D (1980 Yamaha). This album, produced by Yamaha, features some of the wacky analog synth effects it could produce as well as its built-in drum machine. This was a spinet style organ, a small upright keyboard with pedals for the home market. Arthur Brown and Kingdom Come, “Time Captives” from Journey (1973 Polydor). Brown used Bentley drum machine to provide drums on this track. The Bentley was actually a UK version of the Roland TR-77 which was the very first product Roland released under they own name. In the US this same unit was sold by Hammond as the Auto-Vari 64. The unit has 5 faders for Volume, Tempo, Cymbal/HH/Maracas, Guiro, Snare, Bass Drum. The TR-77 has 6 faders for Tempo, Fade Time, Volume, Bass D, Snare D, Guiro & Hi-Hat/Cymbal/Maracas. Bass, Percussion, Vocals, Phil Shutt; Bentley Rhythm Ace, Vocals, Arthur Brown; Electric Guitar, Vocals – Andy Dalby; Mellotron, Synthesizer [Arp 2600, Vcs3], Piano, Theremin, Percussion, Vocals, Victor Peraino. Kraftwerk, “Radioactivity” from Kraftwerk – Radio-Activity (1975 Capitol).Electronics, Florian Schneider, Ralf Hütter; Lyrics by Emil Schult, Florian Schneider, Ralf Hütter; music by Florian Schneider, Ralf Hütter; Electronic Percussion Karl Bartos, Wolfgang Flür; Vocals, Florian Schneider, Ralf Hütter. Schoolly D, “P.S.K.-What Does It Mean? (instrumental version)” from P.S.K.-What Does It Mean? / Gucci Time (1986 Schooly D Records). A remix of this track that features only the drum sounds of the The Roland TR-909 Rhythm Composer. This drum machine was one of the first Roland instruments to be equipped with MIDI, and was the first analog/digital hybrid machine, combining analog circuits for its drums with digital samples for its cymbal and hi-hat sounds. You can hear how Schooly D isolated the cymbals and drums on this track. Pixie Ninja, “Leng Plateau” from Colours Out Of Space (2020 Apollon Records). Another recording using the Chamberlin Rhythmate in the Roth Händle Studio in Stockholm. Roth Händle studios is run by producer and musician Mattias Olsson who collects, restores, and offers vintage musical gear for use by visiting bands. There is so much to listen to here with Pixie Ninja's hard-driving and somewhat deranged mix of vintage, cranky electronic instruments and modern guitars and synthesizers. You can hear the Chamberlin Rhythmmate in this track, a Bandmaster Powerhouse Drum Machine (the one that used 8-track tapes), and an Electro-Harmonix DRM-16 Drum Machine. Godin Shifter 4 Bass, Korg Krome 61, Korg Volca Keys, Korg Monotribe, Nord Lead A1, Glockenspiel, Polar Circle Bells, Kalimba, Marius Leirånes; Drums, Percussion, Mother Modular System, Mellotron M400, Philicorda Organ, Chamberlin Rhythmate, Fender Rhodes, Hohner Clavinet, Blind Typemachine, EMS VCS3, Casio PT-88, Roland JV-8080, Roland SH-101, Electro-Harmonix DRM-16 Drum Machine, Moog Taurus, Korg MS-10, Optigan, Roland VP-330+, Bandmaster Powerhouse Drum Machine, E-Bow (Bass Gizmotron), Jenco Celeste, Grand Piano, Mattias Olsson; Fender Stratocaster, Gretsch G5320T, TC Electronic AEON Infinite Sustainer, Korg Krome 61, Korg microKORG, Nord Lead A1, Arturia Microbrute, Stylophone 350s, Glockenspiel, Jostein Haugen; Rickenbacker 12 String Electric Guitar, Fender Rhodes, Philicorda Organ, Mellotron M400, Hampus Nordgren-Hemlin. Background Sounds Opening: Negativland, “Side 1, Track 3” from Negativland (1980 Seeland). An unidentified drum box is heard throughout this track. It sounds a lot like the Wurlitzer Swingin' Rhythm. Recorded Dec. 1979-April 1980. This privately release album had a hand-made sleeve made of cut-and-paste artwork assembled with xerox, wallpaper, black construction paper, and magazine photos. Beneath these pasted portions, the cover itself is spray painted and stenciled with parts of the band name, as well as hand-numbered. Synthesizer, edited by, voice, tape, David Wills; Tape, Electronics, drum machine rhythms, Booper (an electronic oscillator), Clarinet, Organ, Viola, Loops, Guitar, Mark Hosler, Richard Lyons. Description of previous way of producing drum sounds: George Wright, “Happy Talk” from Goes South Pacific (1958 HiFi Records). George Wright on the Mighty Wurlitzer theater organ, an electronic organ popular in the 1950s. Introductory dialog: Johnny Kemm “I Say a Little Prayer” from Latin Days (1970 Concert Recording). This album was created using the Lowrey Theater Console Deluxe organ model H25R-2 equipped with the built-in Automatic Rhythm drum machine feature. Description of Chamberlin Rhythmate: Audio track demo of the Chamberlin Rhythmate from the YouTube video posted by instrument collector Dan Hicks (aka Peahix), a collector in California. Description of Wurlitzer Side Man: Audio track demo of the Wurlitzer Side Man from the YouTube video posted by instrument collector Dan Hicks (aka Peahix), a collector in California. Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. For additional notes, please see my blog Noise and Notations.
In this episode we have special guests Stephen Adams & Trae Hall. We cover topics that range from sports talk, self-help, the developmental league, fatherhood, teaching and much more. We wrap the episode up with quotes from Jackie Joyner-Kersee & Larry Brown. Big thanks to the Producer: Gabe Rivera, beat by TeiMoney & Executive Producer Jimmylee Velez.
Dr. R. Larry Brown preaching a message entitled “Things You Should Never Lift The Lid On” at Temple Baptist Church in Chattanooga, TN in 2006. The post JGP – 110 – Dr. R. Larry Brown – Things You Should Never Lift The Lid On appeared first on RonnieBrown.net.
Dr. R. Larry Brown preaching a message entitled “A Sacrifice of Praise” at Temple Baptist Church in Chattanooga, TN in 2006. The post JGP – 110 – Dr. R. Larry Brown – A Sacrifice of Praise appeared first on RonnieBrown.net.
The Memphis basketball offseason has been one wild ride. And, one way or the other, the season to come is sure to follow suit. On the long-awaited return of the Tiger Basketball Podcast, The Commercial Appeal's Tiger basketball beat writer Jason Munz and sports columnist Mark Giannotto revisit the highlights of the past five months – the No. 1 recruiting class, the start of the NIL era, Larry Brown, Rasheed Wallace and more – before looking ahead to the Tigers possibly becoming the sport's biggest story in 2021-22.
Today's episode of the Raw Room is another classic as Daren and Alex talk Larry Brown joining Penny Hardaway's Memphis Tigers' staff, Daren gives some behind the scenes stories about Jack Del Rio and his former assistant Sal Sunseri, coaches who played pro ball vs coaches who haven't played, being able to eat on the sideline during NFL games, Memphis-born comedian Deric Sleezy Evans drops by to talk about his rise in the comedy game, being banned from IG several times, the Malice at the Palace, and much more!
Mark Titus and Tate Frazier react to the news of Rasheed Wallace joining Penny Hardaway, Larry Brown, and the Memphis Tigers coaching staff. Then they discuss their winners of the college basketball offseason so far. They wrap up the show with quick hits, shoutouts, and closeouts.
It's very important to have a family/work balance, even when you coach at the highest level. Looks back very fondly on his days in Philly. Has been very lucky to have had the owners he has gotten to coach for. To this day, it is still imperative that you play the right way See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason & John Show, Friday, Aug. 13, 2021, Hour 2 (w/Mark Giannotto from the Commercial Appeal/929 in Seg 2) Seg 1: J&J "Rundown" on Grizz, Larry Brown interview, NFL Seg 2: Mark Giannotto with John on Memphis hoops and more/Field of Dreams See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason & John Show, Friday, Aug. 13, 2021, Hour 1 (w/Memphis' Larry Brown in Seg 2) Seg 1: J&J on Field of Dreams game and Emoni Bates Seg 2: Larry Brown on Memphis, Duren, having COVID, and Malice at the Palace Seg 3: J&J breakdown the Larry Brown interview See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason & John Show, Monday, July 19, 2021, Hour 3 (w/"Respect Burgers" for Larry Brown/Tigers in Seg 1 & Audacy NBA Insider Ryan McDonough in Seg 2) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Syracuse basketball and football each made big schedule additions. What will SU football look like in 2025 when the Orange faces Tennessee in 2025? Plus, how good is Colgate? Joe Lunardi released another way too early bracketology that features the Orange on the bubble facing UConn. Larry Brown is coaching Buddy and Jimmy Boeheim for Team USA. Also, we have an opening line for Syracuse football's home opener against Ohio. Is the Orange getting disrespected? Tim Leonard and Tyler Aki discuss it all and more on the Friday edition of the Locked on Syracuse Podcast. Follow the show on Twitter @LO_Syracuse and follow the guys @Tim_Leonard4 and @TylerAki_. 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. Made In Go to MadeInCookware.com/LockedON, and use promo code LockedON for 15% off your first order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Peter and Anthony talk with Daily Memphian's Steven Johnson about the new gig covering Tigers Basketball, changes with The Daily Memphian, the bond between Penny Hardaway and Larry Brown, recruiting on Jalen Duren and Emoni Bates and more. Also, they talk about Stephen A. Smith's comments on Nigeria and Ohtani, NBA Draft and more.
In this episode of Off the Boards, lead writer and host Christian Fowler and GT247 founder Brooks Hansen spoke with Memphis freshman Josh Minott to discuss his thoughts on name, image and likeness, the addition of Larry Brown and the adjustment to the college lifestyle. Minott has been on campus for a little over a month now, and he gives the GT247 crew an in-depth look at what the process has looked like for him. Coming out of high school, Minott was ranked as the No. 36 overall player in the 2021 class, so the expectations will be relatively high for him next season. With his size, skill and overall basketball IQ, the 6-foot-9 freshman has the potential to be a special collegiate player. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike is back to analyze NBA and International Basketball. He starts with a deep dive into the Bucks Game 3 Win against the Suns, the USA loss to Nigeria, Larry Brown winning the Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award and why the Knicks should pursue Shai-Gilgeous Alexander in free agency.
On today's show: Meghan and Jessica celebrate National Fry Day, discuss team USA losing to Australia and talk about Larry Brown's impact on the Memphis Tigers basketball program. Mariah Chandler joins the show to discuss being a semifinalist for the national Jr. NBA Coach of the Year award (be sure to vote for coach Chandler by tweeting #JrNBACOYMEM). The ladies also discuss the Space Jam 2 red carpet, the Home Run Derby and more! (start) National FRY-Day (8:53) Team USA (28:05) Off the Grind (42:51) Mariah Chandler (58:27) CJ's Corner (1:01:40) POP Watch LIVE at 8am, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
Darek covers all the Conference all-academic news and gives an indication as to how the Bulls' volleyball schedule may be shaping up, based on Cincinnati's slate release. Interesting comments from ECU WBB coach on how Bulls might have changed their approach. And a legendary coach joins Memphis.
Mike opens the show discussing the Phillies upcoming trade deadline, and then gets into Danny Green's comments about Philly fans (0:00:00-0:14:10). Then he goes to the phones, where he discusses Green, and also what actors would play each member of the Mike Missanelli Show (0:14:20-0:46:27). Larry Brown joins the show (0:46:37-1:05:10). Mike takes more phone calls (1:05:10-1:26:03). Brian Westbrook joins for the full 4pm hour, and they discuss Danny Green's comments, and more (1:26:13-2:07:04). Mike takes more phone calls (2:07:14-2:43:40). They close it out with Sound Off (2:43:50-END).
Jason & John Show, Friday, July 9, 2021, Hour 3 (w/Jimmy Patsos in Seg 2 on Larry Brown, recruiting, and the NBA Finals) spelling bee discussion cont' Seg 1: Moussa Cisse transfer options Seg 2: Jason talks to Jimmy Patsos, Audacy NBA/Grassroots Insider, on Larry Brown and the NBA Finals Seg 3: Weekend sports, UFC, Finals, and more See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason & John Show, Friday, June 9, 2021, Hour 1 (w/92.9 FM ESPN's Alan Hahn in Seg 2 on NBA Finals and Larry Brown) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Peter and Anthony talk with CA's Khari Thompson about Jalen Lewis signing with the Overtime Elite League, NBA Finals, Cam Payne, Tigers officially welcome Larry Brown and more. Also, they talk about the importance of coaching, First Take coming to Memphis and more.
Ron Slay of 3HL explains Scotty Pippin, Jr.'s decision to return to Vanderbilt and the effect of Larry Brown joining Penny Hardaway's staff. The guys provide a list of songs that instantly make you think of the corresponding music videos (ex. "November Rain").
Mike Wise joins The Drive to discuss the Jazz front office shakeup/parallels with 90's Knicks, his biography project on Olympian Billy Mills, Washington Football Team culture, coaching great Larry Brown, 2002 Olympics and the Ute Tribe + more
July 1, 2021, truly signals a watershed day for college athletes. Now every NCAA athlete can profit off their name, image and likeness, as the NCAA officially pushed through a temporary rule that enables all schools to determine (unless their state laws mandate otherwise) how student-athletes can legally make money while still in college. It's a huge day, and we've got a long conversation on that. The interesting, the funny, the fallout and more. That's the first 36 minutes of this podcast. Then Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander get to Penny Hardaway (38:00) staying at Memphis, despite recently interviewing for the Orlando Magic job, and hiring 80-year-old Larry Brown to his staff in the process. The guys close with some news and notes from this week on important players (51:00) staying or going with top 25-level programs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aaron discusses a historic day in college sports as "Name, Image, Likeness" comes in - and asks the biggest questions surrounding the new NIL rules. Then he discusses Penny Hardaway's return to Memphis (and decision to hire Larry Brown) and an update on Jalen Duren's recruitment. Plus, his old friend Nick Coffey re-visits the show. Here is a full rundown of the show:* Biggest questions on Name, Image, Likeness: Thursday is a historic day in college sports, as amateurism is dead and players are able to sign endorsement deals thanks to new Name, Image, Likeness rules (2:30). Aaron asks some of the biggest questions about the day's news including, what dollar figure will the best athletes demand, why these new NIL rules will be a major wake-up call to athletes, and why a bunch of athletes you've never heard of may end up being the highest paid. Also, he goes into detail on why NIL will be good overall for the health of college sports. Penny Hardaway and Larry Brown: Next, we circle back with Penny Hardaway, who this week decided to turn down the NBA and return to Memphis (26:00). Aaron explains what he believes went down, why the NBA might have been used as leverage to hire Larry Brown (against his university's wishes) and why the pressure is officially on Penny to win now in Memphis. Jalen Duren update: Aaron also quickly updates the recruitment of the top high school basketball player in America, Jalen Duren (33:00). Duren just finished a trip to Kentucky, and Aaron has an update. Plus, why Miami is a bigger player than many people realize. Nick Coffey joins the show: Finally, Aaron is joined by his buddy and local Louisville radio host Nick Coffey (43:30). The guys discuss the impacts (good and bad) of NIL, Penny Hardaway's weird week and just how excited they are for the start of college football and whether an expanded playoff will actually help, or more likely hurt, the sport.
GP opens on the news that Penny Hardaway is staying at Memphis and that Larry Brown will join his staff. Plus joined by The Commercial Appeal's Jason Munz to continue the Memphis Basketball discussion See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00-20:49) Opening RCST discussing Larry Brown, Marcus Carr and David McCormack (20:50-39:14) Jesse Newell of the Kansas City Star (39:15-58:53) NFL Whiparound: If/Then, Are They Good, Better Than Kirk Cousins, Who's Older, Where They At? (58:54-End) Game: Euro 2020 soccer player or Tour de France cyclist
On today's show: A Billion Dollar Idea (3:30), Giannis Injury + Cam Reddish and Clippers/Suns Game 6 (26:15), a big Cardinals prospect in town (1:10:30), Penny Hardaway staying at Memphis and hiring Larry Brown (1:14:15), and Mississippi State vs Vandy in the College World Series (1:35:48). Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
Geoff discusses the news that Penny Hardaway will stay at Memphis and Larry Brown has officially been hired as an assistant. John Martin What's the best decade of your life? Listener calls The One Story See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's show: Larry Brown possibly joining Penny's staff (3:00), Suns rout the Nuggets + CP3/Ayton & Nets/Bucks Game 3 tonight + Giannis/KD (12:00), College Football Playoff news (41:19) and we'll play Fill In The Blank (1:04:38). Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
First things first, the king of Lakers Twitter, Ry Cole (@JustRyCole), tells Logan why he’s so mad (0:12). Then Vernon Maxwell joins Logan and Raja to talk about his beef with Utah (4:10), where the line is with fan heckling, feeling out of place in San Antonio, playing under Larry Brown, defending Michael Jordan, and a whole lot more. Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Guests: Vernon Maxwell and Ry Cole Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices