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Chris is back with this week's Landry Football Podcast. He talks about how he got involved in coaching searches. He also talks about what goes into your school trying to find their new coach. He also answers your questions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paul Dehner Jr joins us for the first hour as he does each and every Tuesday to recap the Bengals win in Detroit. Travis Steele previews the 2021-22 College season for us, Keyshawn Johnson finally changing his tune on the Bengals and Hear from Luke Fickell and Desmond Ridder as well as they gear up to play Navy.
After opening Monday Night Football betting (Bills at Titans) we discuss Ed Orgeron's departure from LSU:Has a championship coach ever received less credit than Orgeron? LSU has money but is it actually a better job for someone like Luke Fickell? How do you bet on teams with fired/interim head coaches?And NFL teams are better and worse than their record?Air Horn: Colorado State at Utah StateMailbag: @HighMotorPodBetMGM Odds: College Football Odds & NFL Odds
ESPN's Ian Fitzsimmons on the undefeated Aztecs and why playing on a Friday night is huge, why Ed Orgeron shouldn't be on the hot seat, if Luke Fickell would leave for USC and why he's done picking upsets.
Doug takes issue with a listener who calls him out for his vaccine opinion. Doug takes credit for being right about Pat Mahomes in the beginning,. He says the Chiefs superstar is amazingly talented but gunslingers and risktakers will let us down every once in a while. Doug commends Brandon Staley on his remarks about Jon Gruden and the people impacted by Gruden's emails. Cincinnati Bearcats Head Coach Luke Fickell joins Doug to talk about his team's success this season and how the team has ascended to being ranked number 3 in the country. Plus, Doug reacts to Nick Wright's take that Kyrie Irving needs to be traded by the Nets. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The University of Cincinnati Bearcats defeated the Notre Dame Fighting Irish last weekend, Mario and Eric discuss the state of the Bearcats program and Luke Fickell. And did the Ohio State Buckeyes turn their season around last week with a blowout win over Rutgers? Also, Eric and Mario discuss Justin Fields being named the starting quarterback in Chicago, Dallas releasing Jaylon Smith and discuss which teams are pretenders and contenders going into week 5. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week, Kayla and Joshua discuss Cincinnati and Luke Fickell's big win over the weekend. They also take a look at Georgia's QB situation, along with other storylines around College Football. Press Pass is on YouTube! Make sure to give us a view and subscribe! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Los Angeles Times national college football reporter Brady McCollough joins the show to discuss his trip to Cincinnati to profile Luke Fickell, where Fickell stands in the USC coaching search as well as other notable names on everybody's list for that opening. Fellow Times reporter Ryan Kartje joins for the second segment to discuss what we truly learned from USC's win at Colorado and what we expect from this team the rest of the season.
Chris Landry is back to talk about Alabama's dominating performance against Ole Miss. Georgia continues to show their worth. Kentucky looks impressive against Florida. What happens next for a couple of these teams who lost? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There could be a head coaching vacancy at both UCLA and USC in football in the same offseason. Also, Luke Fickell has been incredible at Cincinnati and could be a big candidate at both schools. Plus there is a List of reasons that the Dodgers should be worried about the Cardinals and The Lakers lost their first preseason game of the season but none of the stars outside of AD played and another Edition of GAME OF GAMES!
We Tackle Life podcast 10-4-21 OSU blasts Rutgers So, is Rutgers really bad or is OSU all better? Luke Fickell and UC go into Notre Dame and dictate Bama smokes Lane Kiffen, Ole Miss Oregon blows its cushion on OSU Iowa looks legit Penn State dominates Indiana, but will it be the same team in three weeks in Columbus? Key games coming up in Big Ten Urban Meyer makes a bad choice and apologizes Browns survive in Minnesota The defense is good enough, so is the offense, but the quarterback isn't Kirk Cousins shows the wisdom of not paying your own version of Kirk Cousins The destination everyone wants, via the itinerary no one desires Find out more at https://spielman-and-hooley.pinecast.co
It was a busy weekend for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and The USC Trojans. We start with Notre Dame who suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday at the hands of probable future USC head coach Luke Fickell and his Cincinnati Bearcats. Greg wasn't able to watch… The post Podcast: Untitled Notre Dame USC Football Podcast – Episode 7.6 Cincinnati & Colorado appeared first on Tilting Ground.
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about tonight's Thursday Night Football game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Jacksonville Jaguars, Pat's same game parlay that is available now on FanDuel, what other bets they like, and everything else around the league as we prepare for week 4 of the NFL season. Joining the program to chat about this weekend's game against Notre Dame is the Head Coach of the Cincinnati Bearcats, Luke Fickell. Pat and Luke chat about his quick turn around of Cincinnati, getting more national exposure, being mentioned for nearly ever head coaching vacancy in major college football, and how excited he is for this weekend's game in South Bend. Later 5x Pro Bowler, 2x All-Pro, Safety for the Minnesota Vikings, Harrison Smith joins the show to chat about the team's morale after two heartbreakers, his style of play and how his play evolved once he was in the NFL, what it's like playing against the elite quarterback's in the league, his mutual respect for Aaron Rodgers and more. Later, Ariel Helwani joins the program fresh off a despicable deed committed on his own podcast today involving Pat, his Johnny Come Lately fanhood with the Buffalo Bills, everything going on in the MMA world, and more. Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
Chad Brendel and David Simone open with Yahoo Sports national CFB writer Pete Thamel to discuss his detailed in-depth look at the Cincinnati program. Luke Fickell, Desmond Ridder, constructing a weeks worth of information into a complete deep dive, the fear it might all be for naught when down 14-0 in Bloomington and everything else that went into the process. From there Dave and Chad take a deep dive into the Notre Dame battle of top 10 teams in South Bend. Offense, defense, special teams, coaches, tailgating, total drink consumption and every other possible angle is covered. We close with a little hoops recruiting, the start of basketball practice on Thursday and a thank you to so many that have reached out in a time of need for the Brendel family. It's the first ever 2 hour BCJ Pod and well worth the listen.
Sean Stires opens the show with comments from Brian Kelly and Cincinnati head coach Luke Fickell on this week’s top-10 showdown between the two teams. Fickell also discusses the familiarity Irish defensive coordinator has with his team.
Sean Stires opens the show with comments from Brian Kelly and Cincinnati head coach Luke Fickell on this week's top-10 showdown between the two teams. Fickell also discusses the familiarity Irish defensive coordinator has with his team.
Steve Wiltfong is a week removed from a trip to Cincinnati to visit with Luke Fickell, who has a historical appreciation for what's on the line Saturday for the Bearcats' trip to South Bend. Host: Trey Scott Guest: Steve Wiltfong Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With a top 10 matchup at Notre Dame Stadium coming up this Saturday, there is no better time for the Bearcat Bounce Podcast. Brent Young, Aaron Smith and Chad Brendel open up the discussions about Luke Fickell and the Bearcats as they take on the Brian Kelly and the Fighting Irish in a game filled with storylines and implications. The trio then discuss some hot basketball topics before diving into the BBP Mailbag. All of this and more on the BBP presented by BearcatJournal.com.
Chad Brendel and David Simone speak to Cincinnati Director of Athletics John Cunningham on an array of topics including the move to the Big 12, his first true experience with a full Nippert Stadium, how his staff has handled improving the gameday atmosphere, upgrading facilities, Wes Miller, Luke Fickell, his favorite spots to eat in town and much more on a BCJ Exclusive bonus episode.
Local 12 digital sports columnist and editor Richard Skinner was joined by Rick Broering to discuss a variety of topics. Those topics include: *Thoughts on the Reds extending David Bell's contract for two more years *How damaging was Sunday's Bengals loss to Zac Taylor's future as head coach? *What changes do you want to see from the Bengals this week against the Steelers? *What did Cincinnati's big win over Indiana tell you about Luke Fickell's team? *College football and NFL betting picks *#AskSkinnyAnything
Mason i think the NBA heard you! Joe Lacob was fined for his comments about Ben Simmons for tampering! Also, Mychal gives 6 rules for the NBA to change that might help speed the game up. Plus, Dennis Dodd is saying that Luke Fickell gets the USC job if he wants it. Would he be the right guy for USC? And a lucky caller gets a chance to guess the LIE OF THE DAY if he does he wins a Mason and Ireland T-Shirt. And a Mychal Thompson Edition of GAME OF GAMES
Late Kick Live Ep. 179 features Josh Pate's final week three College Football predictions with several major games on-top including Auburn @ Penn State, Alabama @ Florida, and several more important matchups on the undercard. Which teams will we learn the most about Saturday? Will North Carolina and Notre Dame survive tests at home against Virginia and Purdue? What about Miami trying to get things on-track with Michigan State coming to town? Josh also updates the Mood Tracker for Texas, Arkansas, and Ohio State. Ryan Day has defensive changes to make in Columbus while Sam Pittman and Steve Sarkisian find their teams on opposite ends of the proverbial spectrum after they faced off last week. The Ramen Noodle Express has 2 new best bets added in this show, AND Josh takes a look at the golden opportunity awaiting Luke Fickell and Cincinnati beginning this weekend. Follow Josh on Twitter: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on Instagram: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on TikTok: @LateKickJosh Have a question for Josh? Email the show! Follow or Subscribe to The Late Kick with Josh Pate on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe to the 247Sports YouTube Channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dan Mathews and Chris Landry are here for episode 21 of SEC Football and Beyond. They open with some news and notes around the SEC and college football. There is some devastating news out of Baton Rouge, Florida's quarterback situation is known and they also tackle the USC Trojans coaching vacancy. We get a look at the week three games in the SEC. Plus, we are prepare for the huge games this weekend in the conference. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In hour one, Lance and Rocky talk about what they noticed in the Bengals week one win over the Minnesota Vikings. Specifically, the failed 4th&1 attempt, performances of Burrow, Chase and Mixon and that of the D-Line. In hour two, Lance and Rocky talk to Chad Brendel of Bearcat Journal on this week's Bearcats upcoming game at Indiana. They then talk with Dan Clasgens in this week's Fantasy Football Fix. They then preview this week's college football games and talk about Luke Fickell and the USC job opening. In hour three, Lance and Rocky discuss the Bengals and Jessie Bates's contract negotiations. They then do the annual practice of identifying the Bengals Core 5. Lance and Rocky then talk about the Monday Night Football broadcast version featuring Peyton and Eli Manning, the Bears quarterback handling and then Rocky previews the college football game he will be commentating this weekend.
The Athletic's Justin Williams joins the show to discuss Cincinnati becoming an official member of the Big 12. What does this move mean for the future of the program, as well as Luke Fickell. Max, Jason and Sam make their picks for week 3 -- Can Texas bounce back after a loss to Arkansas? Will Oklahoma handle business against former rival Nebraska? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris Landry is back for this week's edition of the Landry Football Podcast. He takes on the recent news out of USC. What led to this move in Los Angeles? How viable are the Trojans as a national title contender? He also talks Florida State, after an awful loss to an FCS program. Plus, he gets us ready for Alabama at Florida. Also, we get some NFL discussion. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jonas, Brady and LaVar dive into the USC coaching rumors; Mario Cristobal, James Franklin, Luke Fickell, Matt Campbell are 4 real names according to Brady. Franklin saved the PSU program, and they explain why it could be good news for Penn State is if the great James Franklin leaves. The fellas discuss Auburn vs. Penn State, and Jay Glazer's report on Justin Fields sparks a Matt Nagy/Bears conversation. Plus, Revenge of the Nerds, video games, and a groin injury tease! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
It finally happened. Clay Helton has been fired by USC Athletic Director Mike Bohn. The Bros discuss the rumored candidates including James Franklin and Luke Fickell. Their Week 2 takeaways include major QB injuries, Michigan's running game, and Ohio State's defensive issues, Their segment this week features a visit from surprise guests with prescient insights. After that, the Bros make their Week 3 picks for a slate that includes Alabama at Florida and Auburn at Penn State. The Questionable Finish touches on the Bros' nerdy habits and Upset Special picks.
Stewart Mandel discussed USC's decision to finally fire Clay Helton, why the fan base and alumni had had enough years ago, who the top candidates are to replace him & why it would be hard to hire a coordinator without HC experience.
Three parts to this big Thursday Buckeye Talk. First, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means indulge Doug Lesmerises and talk about Doug's book coming out Sept. 14 -- "The Road to Ohio State" which is recruiting tales of 17 different Buckeyes.Then, the guys talk about part of an upcoming project about the best college football teams in the North. Ohio State is clearly first -- could the Buckeyes' Saturday opponent, Oregon, be second?Finally, the episode wraps with a discussion about Cincinnati's pending move to the Big 12. What does it mean for Luke Fickell and the Bearcats, and will it have any effect on the Buckeyes?Thanks for digging in on another big Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In hour one, Mo Egger and Paul Dehner Jr. convene for their weekly Tuesday conversation as they discuss the importance of the Bengals starting the season strong.In hour two, Mo talks about why the Reds are in a “swoon.” He then plays key audio from Bearcats head coach Luke Fickell's press conference today. In hour three, Mo talks to Bearcats The Athletic beat writer Justin Williams on the Bearcats win over Miami, Big 12 expansion and more.
It is finally game week for the Cincinnati Bearcats football team and the Bearcat Bounce Podcast is fired up! Join Brent Young, Aaron Smith and Chad Brendel as they break down Luke Fickell and the Bearcats preparations for their week one matchup against Miami (OH), the Cincinnati Basketball Fan Fest and some recruiting tidbits before diving head first into the BBP Mailbag. All of these and more this week on the BBP presented by BearcatJournal.com.
The Reds Sweep The Pirates! Reaction to The Series sweep, Hear what Joe burrow said over the weekend regarding his recent struggles at practice. I talk with Head coach Luke Fickell as the college football season draw closer and Pat Brennan on FC Cincinnati recent move regarding their GM.
There was some big news that came down the 247Sports pipeline last week; former Washington Director of Player Personnel Cooper Petagna was joining the network as a National Recruiting Analyst. Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds spoke to Cooper this week to talk about his Louisiana roots, how he got into the business, his move to Washington and how that came about, his takes on the head coaches he's been able to work with, including Cincinnati's Luke Fickell, Michigan's Jim Harbaugh, and Chris Petersen. Petagna calls Petersen a 'true one percenter', a coach that will not only make you better at what you do but will also make you a better person, the type of person you want to be surrounded by. Cooper also talks about his early time at LSU and his recollection of players like current Seattle safety Jamal Adams. But the bulk of the conversation surrounded the mechanics of the prospect evaluation process from someone who worked in a number of big-time FBS recruiting offices, with a particular emphasis on Washington. How does the process begin, and what steps do the coaches take to move the process through as they vet the prospects and what they value as intangibles. Petagna also talks about the different position groups and how the evaluation process might differ when looking at offensive linemen compared to quarterbacks. And at UW, compared to other programs Petagna worked at, the key word was 'fit'. He spoke about that never-ending search for players that fit what the Huskies were looking at, and he spoke specifically about players like Trent McDuffie, Elijah Molden, Rome Odunze, and Sam Huard. Grinolds also asked Petagna about the differences between the schools he's worked at, and how regional factors and program priorities played into how recruiting was dealt with on a day-to-day basis. With Washington specifically, Petagna talked about how the Huskies went head-to-head against certain programs, like Stanford, Notre Dame, Oregon, and others, and how they approached those recruiting battles. He also spoke on Nike's influence within the Ducks' program and what makes Oregon a strong recruiting school. In Cooper's opinion, why do prospects choose specific schools? What are the most important things that they focus on when they come to that point when they're ready to commit to a school? He focuses on one very specific trait that all the best recruiters have that separates them from the rest of the pack. And what was it about Washington that appealed to recruits during his time at Montlake? As a talent evaluator, Petagna has seen his share of freakish players. Who are some of the top guys that literally jumped off the screen when he watched tape of them? During the course of the interview, Grinolds also asked Petagna about places to hit in Ann Arbor before the UW-Michigan game, his time living in Ballard when working at Washington, and also whether or not Chris Petersen will ever coach another college football game. And who might win a boat race; Petersen or Lake? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode of Move the Sticks. To start the show, the hosts discuss top 2021 QB prospects including North Carolina's Sam Howell, Oklahoma's Spencer Rattler and Liberty's Malik Willis, explaining what make these players first round talent. Bucky had a chance to speak with each of these players at this year's Elite 11 competition to ask about the players' goals for the upcoming season. Next, the duo are joined by Cincinnati Bearcats head coach Luke Fickell to discuss another elite QB prospect in Desmond Ridder as well as Fickell's process to bring Cincinnati to top-level program status. Move the Sticks is part of the NFL Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chad Brendel and David Simone discuss basketball recruiting as Chad checks in from the road after watching the first full day of the July open evaluation period at the Adidas 3SSB event in Birmingham. Talk then turns to user suggested topics, including a discussion on our best bet long term projections on the next stars of Luke Fickell's program and our top 5 sports movies of all time.
On this Thursday Buckeye Talk, the topic isn't Buckeye Football Futures, because this week's recruiting episode was the Monday Buckeye Talk on the commitment of J.T. Tuimoloau. So it's a regular football episode, where Doug Lesmerises and Nathan Baird analyze a recent Sporting News list of the best coaches in college football.Ryan Day was a big topic of conversation, of course, but that evolved into analyzing the top 20 coaches and whether each of them was truly irreplaceable at their school. And that led to discussions about what would happen if Marcus Freeman replaced Brian Kelly at Notre Dame or Luke Fickell replaced James Franklin at Penn State.It's a good discussion as Doug and Nathan pull apart the nuances of what goes into a ranking like this.Thanks again for listening to another Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Question 1 of our college football preview season takes a look at the Cincinnati Bearcats' chances of reaching the College Football Playoff. Cincinnati is the clear favorite in the AAC and could potentially begin the season ranked in the top 10. Michael and Ryan break down Luke Fickell's squad, led by Desmond Ridder at quarterback and a stingy defense. Does the schedule, which includes Indiana and Notre Dame, give Cincinnati a realistic shot at the Playoff?
Coach Bill Conley is a retired Ohio State football coach who played for Woody Hayes and coached under Earle Bruce, John Cooper, AND Jim Tressel. With over four decades of coaching experience, he has some amazing stories to share about former players such as Kirk Herbstreit, Chris Spielman, Orlando Pace, and Luke Fickell. Coach Conley...
Chad Brendel and David Simone take you through one of the biggest official visit weekends in program history as Luke Fickell and staff make their pitch to 13 prospects at the top of the radar. From there we discuss what Athlon had to say in their AAC predictions for the season before talking some basketball as Wes Miller continues to push every button and the team comes together through summer workouts and open gym sessions.
Legendary college basketball coach Bob Huggins is introspective in a wide-ranging, in-depth interview with "That's So Cincinnati" podcast. Ahead of his return to Cincinnati on June 14 to raise money for cancer research, the West Virginia University basketball coach discussed: His late mother's legacy and the effort to honor through the Norma Mae Huggins Cancer Endowment Fund His coaching style today vs. his coaching style in 16 seasons at the University of Cincinnati from 1989 to 2005 What his final days at UC were like before the school parted ways with him in summer 2005 How he believes UC is much better positioned to join the Big 12 Conference now because of what Luke Fickell has done to elevate the Bearcats' football program To learn more about the Norma Mae Huggins Endowment Fund, go to wvucancerinstitute.org.
After a week off we are back talking about the Cincinnati Reds winning ball games (as they lost during the show). We also talk about, Luke Fickell's Barn, Chad OchoCinco's fight, and Fans in arenas!
The long awaited return of Brady Collins means that there is no better time for the Bearcat Bounce Podcast. Brady joins Brent Young, Aaron Smith and Chad Brendel to discuss the arrival of the 2021 class, exciting team progressions and of course the infamous Luke Fickell barn. The trio then break down more basketball updates with a mention of the Jumpman before emptying the BBP Mailbag. All of this and more on the BBP presented by BearcatJournal.com.
Today's Quickcast is from a clinic talk which Keith moderated for Lauren's First & Goal. In this segment, Luke Fickell, head coach of Cincinnati, talks about being true to who they are and identifying and building their brand and culture on what they call "Clifton Style." In our copy and paste world it’s easy to get caught up trying to be something we are not. Coach Fickell took a deep look at who they were and built on it. Link to entire talk: https://coachtube.com/course/football/luke-fickell-cincinnati-football-clifton-style/14159604?ambassador=0d90ee66aac64614b00ca7657 Link to Lauren's First & Goal store: http://lfgf.org/Clinics-And-Courses/ Learn from the best and build your culture: https://coachtube.com/courses/football/program-development
On this big Wednesday Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means get off the spring football news cycle for a minute. Time for a step back.Who are the best head coaches in college football? They answer that question with a draft.It's eight rounds, 24 total coaches and an interesting offseason exercise.Is Nick Saban or Dabo Swinney on top? Where does Ryan Day belong? How does Luke Fickell fit in? Does Jim Harbaugh make the list? What other Big Ten coaches are in the top 24?Come along for a draft that answers those questions, and thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.