Only three races remain in the NASCAR season. Spotters T.J. Majors and Brett Griffin are in the Bojangles Studio to breakdown the weekend of action from Texas Motor Speedway. Hear the guys react to the (too?) long 500-mile afternoon in the Lone Star State, how absent Freddie Kraft's driver Bubba Wallace contributed to the attrition of the race and where a strong day leads Brad Keselowski and TJ in the playoff standings. The gang then dives into the continued Kevin Harvick vs Chase Elliott feud. NASCAR spoke to both parties involved last week, warning of serious consequences if their battle continued. Did both drivers abide by that? Should NASCAR be stepping in like this? The guys answer these questions and hear what Harvick said about Elliott post-race on Sunday. Kyle Busch was not very happy with his performance at Texas, vocally complaining about the racing over the radio. He went as far as sharing NASCAR Executive Vice President Steve O'Donnell's email over his radio. Find out what the crew thinks about Busch doing this and what repercussions it might have. Denny Hamlin and Chase Briscoe exchanged heated comments during Sunday's race, as contact between the two cut Briscoe's tire down. Hamlin wasn't very happy with how he was raced and delivered a fiery jab over the radio. Hear what he said and how their incident from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course race continues to linger. Following the race, Kyle Busch was asked about the lack of respect on the race track. Busch didn't hold back in his response, sharing how he believes the younger drivers have negatively impacted the respect shared among competitors. Do the spotters see the same thing in the NASCAR Cup Series? They explain. During last week's Next Gen test at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL, NASCAR confirmed the 2022 aero package. Does the gang agree with even lower horsepower next year? Their responses may surprise you. NASCAR President Steve Phelps gave strong praise for the Next Gen car last week, saying it will cure-all that currently ails NASCAR. Hear what the guys have to say about that comment and whether or not they think it will happen. The pre-race drivers meeting is likely an event of the past moving into 2022 and the table believes that is not a good decision. Listen to why the drivers meeting has served a very valuable purpose previously, even if it's not competition-related. Charter talk heated up again this week as 23XI Racing's deal for a second charter fell through. Hear what that says about the current market and how this may impact teams next season. Plus, hear what the spotters would like to see happen to open up the field to more competitors. In Reaction Theatre, Brett is accused of bias, the guys get into a faster car or fastest driver debate, TJ is warned ahead of Kansas and a sleep aid commercial makes its debut.
Really nice conversation with the legendary broadcaster and former professional player Robbie Koenig. If you watch tennis on TV, there is a very high chance you have listened to his commentary! In this episode we chat about: Laver Cup 2021, which was held in Boston and won by team Europe. His Professional career as a tennis player. Former South African professional tennis player, had great success as a doubles player winning 5 doubles titles and reached the semifinals of the 1998 US Open men's doubles. Also achieved some great results in mixed doubles. His brief tennis coaching career. South African tennis. Junior tennis and development. His broadcasting career: one of the most famous and recognizable voices in tennis broadcasting. Robbie has commentated on several TV channels all over the world and is currently commentating for ATP Tennis on Amazon Prime UK, the Majors, Laver Cup and Sky NZ... His broadcasting style is unique and he blends great knowledge of the game (having played at the highest level), insights into players and their teams, technical and statistical analysis, and combines these with his great enthusiasm and passion for the game. He is also known for his famous one liners and sayings! We talk about this and more... Also we find out more about Robbie towards the end of the episode when we talk about his many passions which include Fly fishing, 80s music, coffee, golf. etc... and don't miss the mega rapid fire quiz! Furthermore, Robbie was very accommodating, down to earth and it was a pleasure chatting to him. You can follow Robbie on twitter at: @RobKoenigTennis Enjoy the episode and happy listening! Please follow and subscribe to my podcast, you will find it on most platforms. It also features on www.tennisworldusa.org - one of the most viewed tennis news websites around. Website: https://anchor.fm/gianluca-sola Instagram: tennis_lifestyle_podcast Twitter: @GlSola Facebook: @TennisLifestylePodcast Ciao, Gianluca
We take a look at the free agent market for every position in the Majors heading into the off season, and possible targets for the Detroit Tigers. 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. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Another dramatic NASCAR Cup Series elimination playoff race has the spotters fired up after race weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL. Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors are in the Bojangles Studio, while Freddie Kraft calls into the show from the Next Gen test at Charlotte Monday morning. Now that the Round of 8 is set, T.J. talks advancing with Brad Keselowski further than most expected and how the No. 2 team overcame multiple spins on Sunday. Looking ahead to the next three races, Brett asks T.J. to honestly assess the team's opportunity to advance. Hear who may be favorited moving into the final four races and why there's no room for error. Kevin Harvick dished payback to Chase Elliott mid-race at the ROVAL, sending Elliott into the Turn 7 wall. The spotters share their initial reactions to the incident, how the fans reacted and the No. 9 team's ability to stay on the lead lap. Then as Elliott closed back in on Harvick, Harvick made a mistake that eliminated him from the playoffs. Hear the guys talk about how his plan completely backfired. After the first incident, the No. 9 team suffered major rear end damage. The bumper cover then hung off the car for numerous laps before flying off to bring out a debris caution. Why didn't Elliott get the black flag like NASCAR has done to drivers with loose bumper covers in the past? The crew dissects that call and the tweet that the main NASCAR account sent and later deleted after the yellow flag. Rick Hendrick suggested post-race that NASCAR should now intervene between Elliott and Harvick. Do the spotters agree? They debate and tell us whether they think this rivalry is over, or just getting good. Plus, they predict what to expect between the two in the Round of 8. As William Byron fought for his playoff life late in the race, Tyler Reddick may have had a hand in costing Byron a shot at the win. Hear what the gang says about how the two raced each other. Martin Truex Jr. hung onto his final playoff spot by a thread late in the going after being spun by Joey Hand, who was making his NASCAR debut. Should drivers be able to make their first start in the playoffs? Hear what the guys have to say. Then the crew reacts to Graham Rahal's tweet about the idea of playoffs in racing versus a season-long championship format. Which is better? Why does NASCAR do playoffs? The guys share some insight. In Reaction Theatre, Kevin Harvick receives no love, someone dares to give Elliott a bold nickname and Christmas caroling starts early. Then, the team makes Championship 4 predictions for both the NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series heading into the first race of the Round of 8 at Texas Motor Speedway. Plus, hear what experiment Texas is trying in its playoff races this weekend. And is a fan favorite race track coming back to life? Brett has some details.
Episode summary introduction: Segment #2 of the 3-Segment Podcast Series to help students with their University of California (UC) Applications. This segment outlines the preparatory work that needs to be done to get ready to fill out the UC Application. Shveta Bagade leads us through the discussion. In particular, we discuss the following: How to Create an Online Application Account Personal Insight Questions (PIQs) - Drafts and Review Researching UC Campuses and Majors Financial Aid Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction to Segment #2 [0:34] Create an Online Application Account [1:37] PIQs' Drafts [5:58] PIQ Review [13:10] Researching UC Campuses & Majors [14:54] Financial Aid [18:09] Scores are for Placement [21:22] Call 2 Action - Subscribe for Assignments [23:05] Our Guests: Shveta Bagade, College Counselor based in Silicon Valley, California. Memorable Quote: “...it's really important just to kind of look for what you want from each of the [UC] campuses, and make sure they have the opportunities that you're looking for.” Shveta Bagade. Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Recommended: Similar Podcasts. Calls-to-action: Subscribe for Assignments Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations:, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, RadioPublic, Breaker, Anchor. To Make a List of Colleges to Explore Visit almamatters.io and signup. For Transcripts of all our podcasts, visit almamatters.io/podcasts.
I got a fantastic reminder from a very good friend today about majoring on the majors. The minor things, the little things, the things that don't really matter..... those are the things that I need to let go of. Lately, there has been a lot of minor things that I don't need to carry around. I bet the same is for you too. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someone, also leave a 5 Star rating on Apple Podcasts and ITunes or other services where you find this show. Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachtoexpectsuccess/ on Twitter: @coachtosuccess and on Instagram at: @coachjohndaly - My YouTube Channel is at: Coach John Daly. You can also head on over to https://www.coachtoexpectsuccess.com/ and get in touch with me there on my homepage along with checking out my Top Book list too. Other things there on my site are being worked on – especially my blog page where I am back to blogging now.
The celebration is on as Bubba Wallace and Freddie Kraft won their first career NASCAR Cup Series race on Monday afternoon at Talladega Superspeedway! Freddie has survived the ongoing celebrations and is coherent enough to talk us through one of the biggest days in his career. Plus, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors are back from Alabama too and share their takes on the tripleheader of racing. After a special entrance into the Bojangles Studio, Freddie is surprised by his friends and family leaving heartfelt congratulations messages for him to celebrate the big win. After shedding a few tears, the guys breakdown how the No. 23 team won that race. With rain approaching in Monday's postponed Cup Series race, every lap could have been the last one. T.J. explains what he was telling Brad Keselowski as he battled up front and Freddie shares the details behind the information he relayed to Wallace. Find out how each of them felt about the winning block that the No. 23 car made to seal the deal. Then, we hear about some of the shenanigans from the party that ensued afterwards. History was made at Talladega all weekend long, including each race producing a first-time winner. Hear how the guys felt about the Truck Series finish. Plus, find out what Talladega track president Brian Circhton said to the fans about what a winning vehicle at Talladega should look like. Saturday's Xfinity Series race was called early due to darkness. How did that happen? Who was responsible for the deciding the start time? What can be done differently to avoid that in the future? And who was technically leading at the time of caution? Get these answers from the crew. Despite a break in weather late Sunday afternoon at Talladega, no attempt was made to run the race due to NASCAR's policy of only starting a race if the full distance can be run. Is it time to revisit that policy? Hear the guys explain their ideas on what can be done to get as much of the race in as possible on Sunday. The Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL is next on the schedule and playoff eliminations loom. The gang dives into the points drama heading into the Round of 12 finale. Find out what drivers fighting for their championship hopes might have to do on Sunday to stay alive and why it could be chaos. Jimmie Johnson is completing a rookie test as he eyes an Indianapolis 500 start next season. Should the seven-time NASCAR champion attempt to compete in such a dangerous race this late into his career? The guys weigh in. A race winning edition of Reaction Theatre did not disappoint this week. Calls include one from Brett's fan club, another Cup spotter giving Freddie's babysitters advice, and a new song from our friend Jeb. Plus, the fans are pumped up after seeing Freddie and Bubba win. Lastly, a rap blows the gang away. Stay tuned for later in the show when Brett makes a big announcement.
The Pittsburgh Pirates promoted Oneil Cruz to the Majors this weekend and the No. 3 prospect didn't disappoint. Cruz is one of a multitude of reasons why there will be much more to smile about for the Pirates next season. Hear award-winning columnist Dejan Kovacevic's Daily Shots of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates -- three separate podcasts -- every weekday morning on the DK Pittsburgh Sports podcasting network, available on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/dkpghsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben Verlander is joined by Hall of Fame Catcher and former AL MVP, Iván "Pudge" Rodríguez discussing; starting in the Majors at 19-years old, catching Nolan Ryan's No-Hitter, why he chose the Detroit Tigers in free agency, his relationship with Justin Verlander, Top-5 Pitchers he ever caught, the one pitcher he would love to catch in today's game and more! Also, Ben breaks down; The crazy AL wildcard race, the Padres Collapse, St Louis' crazy win streak, Shohei Ohtani's continued dominance, and Ben's Top-5 underrated players in 2021! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Come for the jovial conversation and astute insight, stay for the 3-2-5-4-2-8-6 double play. Jayson and Doug roast their marshmallows in front of the St. Louis Cardinals' magma-like win streak. Kevin Kiermaier subterfuge! Raúl Ibañez, who serves as MLB Senior Vice President of On-Field Operations, catches up with Jay and Doug! The triumvirate talk pitching clocks, its efficacy in the Minors, and a hypothetical implementation in the Majors. Plus, more experimental rule changes discourse, such as shift limits and pick-off maximums. An MVP-Cy Young trivia question proceeds a time-traveling Strange But True! Follow Jayson on Twitter: @jaysonst Follow Doug on Twitter: @dougglanville Follow Raul on Twitter: @RaulIbanezMLB Trivia Courtesy Josh Gehres Save 50% on a subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/baseballshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A tripleheader of NASCAR Playoffs racing is in the books from Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Freddie Kraft returns from out west along with special guest, Cup race winning spotter Chris Lambert to breakdown all that unfolded from the weekend. First, learn about Lambert's background, how he took T.J. Majors' job back in the day and his path to working with Denny Hamlin for the last decade. Plus, hear his take on why Sunday's race at Las Vegas was such an important one to win. Drama from Las Vegas started early as the Truck Series put on a show. Hear the gang react to Sheldon Creed and Chandler Smith's crash and Creed saying he throttled up when the caution was displayed. NASCAR penalized Carson Hocevar later in the race for intentionally spinning to bring out a caution. Does this set a new precedent for penalties? The gang weighs in. Daniel Hemric announced he's headed to Kaulig Racing next year, on the same weekend where he became the driver with the most top-five finishes to never win a race in NASCAR history. Lambert shares his opinion on Hemric's career and what he may lack compared to his competition. On Sunday, Hendrick Motorsports looked primed for another standout performance. However, they may have shot themselves in the foot with pit strategy. Hear how they cost themselves the race and why it didn't faze the No. 11 team one bit. Kyle Busch was among the many drivers vocal about lapped cars on the radio during the Cup Series race. Hear Freddie explain why the problem isn't getting any better and there's again one team at the center of it. Lambert weighs in and discusses how much of an issue the slow cars have become. Hamlin's victory earns him a spot in the Round of 8 where he will look to make the Championship 4 for the second consecutive year. Is Hamlin better prepared for a title fight this year compared to last? His spotter tells us about the position the No. 11 team's in and what Hamlin does that could make the difference. Kevin Harvick didn't stop playing head games with Chase Elliott at Las Vegas. Hear what Harvick compared Elliott to and why it undoubtedly will have Elliott think twice while racing around the No. 4 car. Reports of what practice and qualifying will look like in 2022 surfaced last week and it has the crew concerned about how it will translate to the on-track product. Hear what to expect and some insight from the Next Gen test at Daytona. In Reaction Theatre, DBC goes international with callers from across the pond, fans are still mad at Kevin Harvick, and Casey Boat is welcomed back with a nice message and a new song.
This episode, Nadira listen's to Milo's (aka Scallops Hotel aka R.A.P. Ferreira) "So the Flies Don't Come" (2015). Ben watches Spike Lee's "School Daze" (1988). Artwork by Rebecca Pearson (@redbecca.design) Music by Cedric Hawkeyes
Bruce Devlin takes us back in time to review his record in golf's major championships which included 16 top-ten and 30 top-25 finishes and 61 consecutive cuts made from 1964 - 1972. He would take his one career mulligan at Augusta where he holds the distinction of having one of only four albatrosses in the history of the Masters Tournament. He recalls having the early lead on Sunday at the 1982 U.S. Open and shares his fondness for the Open Championship. Bruce Devlin ends this segment by talking about his desire to "swim with the dolphins" when his time is up, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Ben Verlander is joined by an Francisco Giants' Outfielder, Mike Yastrzemski discussing; what makes this Giants team tick, his thoughts on the Dodgers vs Giants rivalry, making the Majors at 28-years old, living up to his historic last name, fun stories from his time in the minors and more! Also, Ben breaks down; The crazy wildcard races, the Padres Meltdown, why people should pay attention to this Brewers squad, Shohei Ohtani Top-100 Most Influential People in Time Magazine, flowers for Salvador Perez and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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In this episode we were invited into the home of our friends, Majors David and Susie Erickson. They have a passion for baking and bring hospitality to an artform. During this conversation we talk about the crafts and gifts God has given us for the purpose of serving and welcoming others. https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/wordsoflife
Western Standard Time™ hosted by K Winn & Big Ben. Two west coast sports fans orchestrating interviews, high-energy discussions, and funny banter. Today we have another episode of WST First with SF Giants Bullpen Legend Javy Lopez. Javy spent 7 years with the Giants winning 3 MLB titles and has a lot of great stories about his rise through the Majors. From PB&J sandwiches in Double A to facing Barry Bonds. Listen in as we dig in with Javy. The full episode was a Live Stream on No Filter Network. What is No Filter Network? An interactive live streaming platform that allows viewers to “knock” and then instantly become part of the broadcast via nofilter.net. Click on link and scroll down to Big Ben & K Winn's vault to listen to the full episode: https://nofilter.net/profile/dENt4BqoNZVoSkIf3mQWJ4ww2Ks2 We love hearing from our listeners and hearing about which West Coast topics they enjoy the most: firstname.lastname@example.org
In another rollicking edition of Starkville, Jayson and Doug opine about Manny Machado and Fernando Tatis Jr.'s heated exchange from last weekend. Was the situation handled properly? Doug draws from his experience as a big leaguer to answer whether Machado comported himself appropriately. Could a pitch clock be adopted by the majors soon? Charlie Montoyo, the Toronto Blue Jays manager, joins Jayson and Doug in the middle of a heated playoff race! Montoyo shares his thoughts on the Jays' meteoric rise from postseason outcast to Wild Card contender. Who does Montoyo believe will win the AL MVP, and the long-time manager opens up about his relationship with Vlad Guerrero Sr. and Jr. Father-Son Triple Crown trivia is followed by a comeback edition of Strange But True! Plus, the duo discuss their baseball cards! Follow Jayson on Twitter: @jaysonst Follow Doug on Twitter: @dougglanville Trivia courtesy: @AWholeTim Save 50% on a subscription to The Athletic by visiting theathletic.com/baseballshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's mid-major week! After touching on what Dereck Lively's commitment to Duke over Kentucky means for recruiting in 2022, the guys dive into the AAC, the A10, and then all the one-bid leagues. The previews of the AAC and A10 are a bit more in-depth, with thoughts on every team and a sense of where the league stands as a whole, while the one-bid league conversations are a bit more brief but tell you who we project will win every league and the other possible contenders. Timestamps: AAC: 17:20 A10: 43:15 A-East: 1:07:05 A-Sun: 1:09:00 Big Sky: 1:10:35 Big South: 1:12:55 Big West: 1:14:40 CAA: 1:17:05 Horizon: 1:19:40 Ivy: 1:22:10 MAAC: 1:23:10 MAC: 1:27:00 MEAC: 1:30:40 NEC: 1:32:40 OVC: 1:34:55 Patriot: 1:40:40 SoCon: 1:42:20 Southland: 1:45:35 Summit: 1:48:20 Sun Belt: 1:51:10 WAC: 1:54:35
In this episode we were invited into the home of our friends, Majors David and Susie Erickson. They have a passion for baking and bring hospitality to an artform. During this conversation we talk about the crafts and gifts God has given us for the purpose of serving and welcoming others. https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/wordsoflife
Richmond is a 1-2-3 sweep for Gibbs! We'll cover all of the playoff scenarios for the upcoming cut race at Bristol. Our buddy, TJ Majors, checks in and we chat about his new team and spotting for the Penske #2 of Brad Keselowski. Let's see who moves on to the round of 12! Be safe, @Lungboy & @TimmyG @WickedFastPdcst on Twitter, @WickedFastPodcast on Insta or Like the Wicked Fast Podcast on Facebook Please join our NASCAR Fantasy League! You know you want to Subscribe on iTunes! You can also subscribe on Google Play or Spotify. Click for more info about the Wicked Fast Podcast Check out Timmy G's Celtics Podcast - Banner Banter Podcast Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery
1) We talk about the Jim Bowden trade piece and how it got me thinking about a Yankees trade. 2) We take some ideas from the listeners for the show starting with the internal options for the Indians outfield looking at Columbus and the Majors trying to find options. 3) We continue with the Fancast, talking about the Indians pitching prospects in the upper minors and what I project the lineup and rotation to be in July of 2022. 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. Molecule Mattress Visit OnMolecule.com and save twenty percent with promo code LOCKEDON. NetSuite NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program only for those ready to switch today! Head to NetSuite.com/LockedOn 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
Richmond Raceway hosted Week 2 of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs over the weekend and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft return to cover all that went down on the short track. The gang starts by discussing the special patriotic tributes performed by the track as Saturday's races fell on the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Then they debate the quality of the race, as Brett challenges producer Jason Schultz's tweet from Saturday night. Plus, hear what the spotters thought when Kurt Busch's early race wreck resembled Jerry Nadeau's from the early 2000s at Richmond. Before spot on, spot off begins – the spotters open the liquid courage that presenting sponsor Offerpad delivered for the show. And the ensuing conversations do not disappoint. Dale Earnhardt Jr. returned behind the wheel in the Xfinity Series race at Richmond and T.J. paired up with his former driver once again. Hear what T.J. thought when Dale yelled at him for providing lap times and how he responded to the advice T.J. shared leading into the race. Martin Truex Jr.'s race started rough as he was penalized for beating pole sitter Denny Hamlin to the line. Post-race, Truex questioned what his response should have been to avoid the penalty. The spotters weigh in on what needs to happen in that situation for drivers to not have to give up position. Joe Gibbs Racing has started the playoffs strong with two consecutive victories. The crew analyzes why they were so good on Saturday night and their outlook heading into the remaining post-season races. Will they present a challenge to Hendrick Motorsports moving forward? The crew debates. After this weekend's race at Bristol Motor Speedway, four drivers will be eliminated from championship contention. Who's in trouble? What needs to happen for teams to advance through the first elimination race? Who will make it? The spotters share their opinions. With the 2022 NASCAR schedule expected to be released this week, the guys share rumors they're hearing. Plus, they discuss whether any track on the schedule deserves more than one date. In Reaction Theatre, hear T.J. respond to getting called out by Dale Jr., what fans thought about the quality of Saturday night's race, and more.
In this episode, we catch up with Pretty Boy Floyd guitarist Kristy Majors. We revisit the classic album Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz album over 30 years later…and we get some details on the new PBF album that's on the way. Check out Pretty Boy Floyd on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prettyboyfloydofficialOn Instagram: @kristymajors & @prettyboyfloydband Pretty Boy Floyd - Tonight Belongs To The Young https://youtu.be/Skar91VJbEs Help support future episodes here: Help support future episodes here: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/support For business inquiries for the 80's Glam Metalcast: @email@example.com Be sure to follow 80's Glam Metal on Twitter! @80sGlamMetal1 - https://twitter.com/80sglammetal1 80's Glam Metalcast is now on iHeart Radio! https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-80s-glam-metalcast-69194275/ Check us out on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7H6RLcR7VsCVOJwbSNNQ8z?si=Mquvqua2Qr6323SQ12gArQ Check us out on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/80s-glam-metalcast/id149019510 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/support
Host Jack Foster and Jake Nichols tell you everything of significance you need to know heading into Tennessee's Week 2 matchup against Pitt. For Tennessee to secure a win, the passing game has to be clicking, the linebackers have to be making plays and, most importantly, Neyland has to be rocking. Listen for a full preview of the game along with the significance behind the game being dubbed the 'Johnny Majors Classic.'
Matt and Nic are back for another week. In this episode: El Salvador's bitcoin launch Was the Chivo rollout really that bad? Bukele buys the dip Did El Salvador's bitcoin day cause a 20% selloff? McDonalds supports lightning in El Salvador SEC v Coinbase Introducing the Reves test Takeaways from the Miami Bitmain conference What is the NFL planning with NFTs? Oil majors are getting into bitcoin mining Is flare gas the future? Sponsor notes This episode is brought to you by Withum, a top 25 accounting firm with a cutting-edge Digital Currency and Blockchain Technology practice. To learn more, visit withum.com/crypto. This show supported by Coinbase Prime, an integrated solution that provides advanced multi-venue trading, custody, and prime services for institutions. For more information see coinbase.com/prime
The first race of the 2021 NASCAR Playoffs is complete after an action-packed weekend of racing at Darlington Raceway. T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are in studio to react to all that played out in the tripleheader at “The Lady in Black.” It was a big weekend for Door Bumper Clear's presenting sponsor Offerpad as Denny Hamlin wheeled his No. 11 Offerpad Toyota to Victory Lane. The gang discusses Hamlin's first win of the season and where his Southern 500 triumph stacks him up in NASCAR Hall of Fame pecking order. Kyle Busch had an eventful Sunday night as he wrecked early, drove too fast into the garage and gave a fiery interview after retiring from the event. The crew analyzes the fine he received and his comments about his car and team, and their preparation for each race. A last corner Hail Mary nearly worked out in second-place finisher Kyle Larson's favor in the Southern 500. How did the guys react to that move and Larson coming up short? They share their thoughts and who was probably angry after seeing it happen. Derek Kraus isn't making too many friends on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series circuit this season. An incident with Lawless Alan led to some harsh comments from Alan and Niece Motorsports' Twitter account. Kraus' spotter Freddie is open and honest, explaining his feelings about Kraus' unnecessary aggressiveness this year. NASCAR is reportedly moving the season-opening exhibition race, the Clash, to the Los Angeles Coliseum. Where did this idea come from and is it something the spotters support? They analyze the move and what it means for the teams heading into next season. Kyle Busch voiced his displeasure about the direction the Next Gen car is taking the sport in 2022. Hear what the gang has to say about the overall direction NASCAR is moving towards with the new car and the unknown's teams are discovering as they begin testing multiple cars together. In Reaction Theatre, Casey gets a call after her daughter's first birthday party, T.J. gets his colonoscopy results and a drunk fan calls in from the grandstands at Darlington. Then heading into Richmond Raceway, T.J. talks about getting back together with Dale Earnhardt Jr. in Saturday's Xfinity Series race as Dale Jr. climbs back behind the wheel.
This Saturday's matchup between Tennessee and Pittsburgh will mark the first installment of the Johnny Majors Classic. Majors, of course, won a national title at Pitt and captured three SEC championships in Knoxville -- but only after completing a Hall of Fame career as a tailback for the Vols. Majors' coaching career at Tennessee coincided with the collegiate years of Ryan McGee, who worked as a video assistant for the football team before moving on to work for ESPN. Unfortunately, Majors passed away last summer. After his passing, McGee published a column as an ode to Majors, the man he called, "Coach." In that work, McGee detailed his daily conversations with Majors, with plenty of insight into the man we know as a college football legend. So, with Majors' memory being honored this Saturday at Neyland Stadium, McGee was nice enough to join VR2 on SI's Jake Nichols for a full conversation about the late, legendary Johnny Majors. Enjoy, and be sure and keep up with VR2 on SI for all things Tennessee Athletics.
*Today we present the return of a classic show. * The List of Homosexual Mass Murderers: First published a decade ago, and then updated and broadcast again in 2019, this topic is self-censored by the media and western universities. Worse, a visiting Hollander told Bob Enyart, who compiled the horrifying data, "Such a list would be against the law in my country. Sadly, a far longer list, of more than 34,400 terrorist killings since 9/11 committed by adherents to the religion of peace in the name of Allah, is available over at kgov.com/terror and a shocking number of the high-profile crimes that helped to tear America apart were committed by potheads as documented at kgov.com/pot. But here we present KGOV's list of homosexual mass murderers. (Please email updates or corrections to Bob@kgov.com.) MateenGay Jeffrey Dahmer: raped, murdered, and ate 17 young men and boys.Gay Adam Lanza: murdered 28 including 20 Sandy Hook Elementary School children.Gay Luis Garavito: rapist, torturer, and murderer of more than 147 of Columbia's young boys.Gay Omar Mateen: murdered 49 in Orlando with terrible collateral damage.Gay John Wayne Gacy: Chicago, killed 33 boys and buried them in his house and yard. Gay Jim Jones: killed 917 people.Gay Mohamed Bouhlel: killed 84 in Nice, France including 10 children.Gay California Freeway Killer William G. Bonin: murdered 14 boys ages 12 to 19, sexually molested them, tortured, mutilated, strangled & dumped their naked bodies. One was stabbed 70 times. Another had an ice pick in his head. Others had cigarette burns. 1969 convicted of assaulting five boys, sentenced to five years. 1975 imprisoned for another rape. Paroled in 10-78 & began his homo rape & murder spree immediately. Police caught him while he was sexually assaulting a 15-yr-old boy in his van. AP 2-23-96 "WGB said the death penalty "sends the wrong message" to America's youth. Universal Press Syndicate 960507 Gambit Weekly, New Orleans. He had been on death row for 14 years for 1979?80 murders. Executed 2-23-96 during BEL broadcast; studio lights dimmed.Gay Patrick Kearney: murdered 32, cutting boys up and putting them into trash bags dumped along LA freeways.Gay Thomas Hamilton: murdered 16; Scotland's mass murderer liked little boys in various states of undress. Called Mr. Creepie by some of Dunblane's children. Got even by killing 16 kindergarten children and their teacher and then himself on March 3, 13. Known by police to be "a risk to children," -USA Today 19990721, page 8a.Gay Andrew Cunanan: murderer of Zgianni Versace, fashion designer. This male prostitute was wanted in connection with four other murders nationwide.Gay Orville Lynn Majors: 60 murderers, charged with six. BEL listener Barbera Brown of Madisonville KY called on the air to say that she was a relative of Majors, and that he was a known homosexual. 6 counts of murder... One patient died every 156 hours at Vermillion County Hospital in Indiana during his shifts. He was charged with six deaths but is believed to have murdered 60 people.Gay Charles Manson: a prostitute's illegitimate son, spent most of his early life in institutions for offences including theft, pimping, multiple homosexual offenses while incarcerated, and homosexual rape. When released in 1967, aged 32, he used his criminal contacts to buy drugs and seduce enough young middle-class women to create The Family.Gay Donald Harvey: murdered dozens in a Kentucky hospital, between 37 and as many as 70.Gay Bruce Davis: Charles Manson accomplice who appears on the Associated Press list of the Worst U.S. Serial Killers, who molested and murdered 27 young men and boys in Illinois.Gay Nathaniel Bar-Jonah: homosexual cannibal Bar-Jonah sexually molested boys in Massachusetts and Montana and butchered at least one, a ten year old in Great Falls named Zachary Ramsay.Gay Corll, Henley & Brooks: Dean Arnold Corll's sex ring with Elmer Wayne Henley and David Owen Brooks murdered and tortured 29 men and boys in Texas.Gay Juan Corona: murdered 25 migrant workers and even molested their corpses.Gay Richard Speck: murdered 8 nursing students, bragged about it on videotape showing him having sex with an inmate and bragging about the many inmates he had sodomized. Died of a heart attack in 1991.Gay Bruce McArthur: A landscaper and well-known homosexual will be eligible to apply for parole in the year 2219 A.D., exactly two centuries after being sentenced for murderering and dismembering eight men whose remains he then mixed into the soil for potted plants.Gay Wayne Williams: in Atlanta from 1979-1981 killed black boys, thought to be a racist, but turned out to be a black homosexual.Gay Henry Lee Lucas: murdered thee people including his mother and falsely confessed to many others. According to transvestite Ottis Toole, they were homosexual partners, as reported by American Justice, "Myth of a Serial killer: The Henry Lee Lucas Story", episode 150.Gay Ottis Toole: a transvestite according to American Justice (episode 150) and he was a partner of Henry Lee Lucas, and bragged about murders in interviews. Toole was a rapist and a claimed cannibal, convicted for 3 murders and confessed to 4 others before his death, and he was still a suspect for other unsolved killings.Gay Frank Davis: killed two youths on a camping trip with an ax in 1983 and almost killed two others, had his death sentence commuted to a 120-year prison term. Murders in Kingsford Heights. "Davis killed the teens after sexually molesting them. Darrin Reed, 14 and Jeffrey Lopez, 15 were killed and two others were left for dead but survived... Davis argued he was sexually abused as an adolescent at Beatty mental hospital... he was forced to perform homosexual acts, as an adolescent, with the older inmates... This ‘affected Davis' sexual identity,' his lawyers said." Of course, homosexual men reproduce by molesting boys.Gay Stephen Port killed at least four young men raping them as they were dying and sexually assaulted at least seven other men.Gay Jürgen Bartsch: this German homosexual murdered four boys between ages 8 and 13 and tried to kill another.Gay Gary Ray Bowles: preyed on older men and murdered six, homosexuals like himself, and was executed in Florida in 2019.Gay Robert Berdella: kidnapped, raped, tortured, and murdered at least six men in Kansas City, Missouri.Gay Randy Kraft: raped, tortured, mutilated and murdered at least 16 young men, mostly in California.Gay Dennis Nilsen: Scottish serial killer and necrophiliac who murdered at least 12 young men in London, England.Gay Stephen Port: Grindr homosexual app serial killer drugged and murdered four young men in England.Gay Ronald Dominique: raped and murdered at least 23 men, many of whom he found in Louisiana's "gay" bars.Gay Larry Eyler: murdered 22 young men and boys including a 15-year-old whom he then dismembered.Gay Arthur Bishop: this child molester and consumer of child pornography (the distribution of which the ACLU has supported) murdered five young boys.Gay Daniel Conahan: this serial killer was convicted of one and linked to more than a dozen murders of homosexual men.Gay Herb Baumeister: murdered at least 20 men with 11 of their corpses found buried on his Indiana property.Gay Joseph Duncan: convicted of murdering five, confessed to two others and to raping many young boys.Gay Vaughn Greenwood: this homosexual serial killer, known as the Skid Row Slasher, murdered 11 men.Gay William MacDonald: As Australia's first serial killer and yet only one of the millions of homosexual Stockholm Syndrome sufferers who were kidnapped and raped into the lifestyle, MacDonald murdered five people.Gay Michael Lupo: the sadistic Italian homosexual murdered four men in London and mutilated their corpses.Gay David Villarreal: brutally murdered five men in Texas from ages 18 to 78.Gay Carl Panzram: serial rapist executed at Leavenworth confessed to sodomizing and murdering many boys and men.Gay Aileen Wuornos: the prostitute who murdered seven johns.Gay Black Doodler: murdered five and possibly 11 more, homosexuals he picked up in San Francisco bars.Gay John Joubert: former Boy Scout leader said he enjoyed the "power and domination" of killing. He was executed in the electric chair early July 17, 1996 for murdering two boys in 1983. Joubert repeatedly stabbed and slashed Danny Jo Eberle, 13, and Christopher Walden, 12. He also was convicted of stabbing and strangling a boy in Maine. -South Bend Tribune, IN wire report, p. A6 * The Pink Swastika: On a related program, Homosexuals Ran the NAZI Party, Bob Enyart interviewed Kevin Abrams, co-author of The Pink Swastika. That research-driven book provides extensive, carefully documented evidence from many primary sources and mainstream secondary historical sources that many of those running Nazi Germany, including Hitler, were homosexuals. Of course, those in rebellion against God have an easy way (for now) of just dismissing the truth. In this case, even primary historical sources are irrelevant to them, just as they dismiss the NAZI's own testimony regarding the centrality of the theory of evolution to their views. Instead, even though the German National Socialists tried to take Christ out of Christmas, unbelievers who reject the Darwinist and homosexual influence on the NAZIs instead insist that they were Christians. Right. * Homosexual Serial Killers: In America, the FBI defines a mass murderer as someone who kills four or more people and a serial killer as someone who kills three or more. So likewise in England, the media refers to:- Gay Steven Grieveson: as the "Gay serial killer" who murdered three teenage boys.- Gay Allan Grimson: the British homosexual convicted of murdering two men and suspected of killing up to possibly 20 others. * Dishonorable Mentions- Gay Niels Hoegel: "Nurse kills 100 patients" say the headlines. From the known demographics of such crimes, we immediately presume that the nurse is a male and a homosexual. The evidence that Niels Hoegel is a homosexual is that the media has reported nothing of his personal life. Of course, if he were a leader in his church, that would be in the headlines. But if he's a homosexual (or a Muslim for that matter) that detail would be buried or not at all reported.- Gay Anthony Morley: A gay chef murdered his partner, cut out part of his leg, seasoned it with herbs and fried it, a British court heard. Anthony Morley, 35, chewed one of the pieces before throwing it into his kitchen trash. Morley is a former holder of the Mr. Gay UK title. - Gay Aaron McKinney was being pimped alongside Matthew Shephard, with whom he occasionally had unnatural physical relations, before he and Russell Henderson murdered Shepherd over drugs, a crime that was not the homophobic attack that McKinney played it as and was then recklessly promoted worldwide by the media.- The Doodler: Five San Francisco homosexuals were murdered and others assaulted in 1974 by a man known as "The Doodler" who will, with high likelihood, turn out to be himself a homosexual.- Gay Cop Killer Matthew Riehl: Colorado's pot-smoking homosexual Matthew Riehl tried to kill five but shot four and killed one officer. * Bible Verses Against Homosexuality: Newsweek's Lisa Miller was caught red-handed intentionally misrepresenting the Bible and claiming that it does not speak out against lesbianism. Bob Enyart confronted Miller on air and then she was likewise confronted in person when speaking in New York City at Dinesh D'souza's King's College during the Q&A by a student and BEL listener. New Testament: 1 Timothy 1:9-10 "the law is not made for a righteous person, but for... the unholy and profane, for murderers... for fornicators, for sodomites, for kidnappers, for liars, for perjurers ["Thou shall not bear false witness"]... 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 "...the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God... Neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor homosexuals, nor sodomites, nor thieves, nor covetous [lusting for what you must not have], nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners..." Romans 1:26-27 "...vile passions. For even their women exchanged the natural use for what is against nature. Likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust for one another, men with men committing what is shameful..." And as Jesus taught in Mark 10:6 and quoting Genesis, that "from the beginning of the creation, God 'made them male and female.'" And in Mark 7:21 "out of the heart of men proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, sexual immorality, murders..." And Matthew 23:23 "Woe to you... for you... have neglected the weightier matters of the law" [and the lesser] and in Matthew 5:18 "Not one jot or one tittle [dotting an i or crossing a t] will pass from the law till all is fulfilled." Old Testament: Leviticus 18:22 "You shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is an abomination." Leviticus 20:13 "If a man lies with a male as he lies with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination. They shall surely be put to death. Their blood shall be upon them." [Tragically, 35 million human beings have died tortured deaths from just one disease out of the many that are the normal consequences of homosexual behavior. Acceptance of homosexual became a curse to these people and their loved ones, though many are in denial about this.] Genesis 19:4-5 "...the men of Sodom, both old and young, all the people from every quarter, surrounded the house. And they called to Lot and said to him, “Where are the men who came to you tonight? Bring them out to us that we may know them carnally." The New Testament draws the lesson from God's destruction of that city. Jude 1:7 "Sodom and Gomorrah... having given themselves over to sexual immorality and gone after strange flesh, are set forth as an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire." Genesis 2:24 "Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one flesh." As naturally as could be, this verse from the time of the beginning of creation very naturally affirms the two sexes (male and female, father and mother) indicating that a man has both a mother and father, not two fathers or two mothers, providing the natural, healthy context for the Scripture's future disgust with and condemnation of homosexuality. * Expert on Breast Cancer Abortion Risk: Karen Malec of AbortionBreatCancer.com and Leslie Hanks of Colorado RTL were interviewed by Pro-Life Colorado's Jo Scott. Read the startling press release!* Palin Defends Chemical Abortions: The CBS transcript of Sarah Palin shows: Palin: "absolutely" will fight global warming Palin: evolution "should be taught as an accepted principle" Palin: God's hand in creation should not be part of state policy or the curriculum Palin: "as for homosexuality" "I don't know what prayers are worthy of being prayed... I am not going to judge... adult personal relationships" Palin: personally against the Morning After Pill but it should not be illegal Palin: on abortion for rape, she would 'counsel' for life, but never support jail Palin: a pro-life vice president doesn't make laws, so her beliefs are not relevant* McCain Lies to Christians, Kills Kids: Please see American Right To Life's powerful press release about Dr. Dobson violating his pledge made invoking God! John McCain funds the killing of countless children for example by voting to allocate monies on Oct. 27, 2005 for tax-funded surgical abortion if the baby's father is a criminal, that is, a rapist. See McCain's Yea vote to authorized funding for surgical abortion to kill an unborn child whose father is a criminal, "if the pregnancy is the result of an act of rape or incest." Also he votes millions to foreign and domestic abortion providers including Planned Parenthood and one week after Rudi Giuliani dropped out of the race, Republicans for Choice endorsed McCain. Today's Resource: Watch Bob quickly unravel Terry's red herring claim, that homosexuals can be righteous Christians. In the BEL Terry's Call DVD (or download), see a series of startling, and then heart warming phone calls, Terry is lead to the Lord shortly before his death from AIDS.
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Episode summary introduction: The goal of this series is to serve as a primer for High Schoolers about a Major, through our conversations with Faculty Experts in the various US Colleges and Universities. We continue this series with Biochemistry, with Professor Dipali Sashital, Associate Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology at Iowa State University. In particular, we discuss the following with him: What is Biochemistry? A Brief History of Biochemistry Branches of Biochemistry Skills Needed to Study Biochemistry in College Opportunities for Biochemistry Majors Topics discussed in this episode: Introducing Prof. Dipali Sashital, Iowa State University  What is Biochemistry?  History of Biochemistry  Impact of Biochemistry on Humanity  Subfields of Biochemistry  Hot Areas of Research  BioEthics  Skills to build in High School & College  Is Biochemistry for me?  Opportunities for a Biochemistry Major  Prof Sashital's Biochemistry Journey  Our Guest: Dipali Sashital is the Associate Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology at Iowa State University. Prof. Sashital is the head of the Sashital Lab at ISU. Prof Sashital has Bachelor's degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin Madison. She was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California Berkeley and The Scripps Research Institute. Memorable Quote: “...making discoveries, I think, is a very exciting feeling. And, you know, something that if you get to experience that in your career, it can be, it can be quite addictive.” Prof. Sashital. Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Digest. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations:, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, RadioPublic, Breaker, Anchor. For Transcripts of all our podcasts, visit almamatters.io/podcasts.
Tony opens the show by talking about a huge storm that hit DC in the middle of the night, plus he reads some mail, talks to Nigel about the US Open and talks with Michael about the Nats. ESPN's Paul Finebaum calls in to talk about Cam Newton and Mac Jones, journalist Tom Friedman phones in to talk about his experience of working at the BMW Championship, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : The Occasional Bannister "Where Are We Now" ; "These Restaurants" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A wild conclusion to the NASCAR Cup Series regular season at Daytona International Speedway has the spotters fired up with much to say. Freddie Kraft, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors relieve their nights at Daytona and react to all that played out through an intense race. Bubba Wallace and Freddie came up one position shy of a victory that would have earned the No. 23 team a playoff spot. Learn what Freddie instructed Bubba to do when the last lap crash broke out and why this second-place finish is nothing to celebrate. Brad Keselowski and T.J., and Kaz Grala and Brett fell victim to the same accident on Lap 158. Hear about the incoming missiles that took the No. 2 car out and why Grala came storming in there, landing a hard hit on Kyle Busch. After the wreck, Busch had some strong words about what the racing product produces at superspeedway tracks. Hear the spotters take on his opinion, why drivers race like maniacs in these events and dislike it so much. As the race neared the finish, manufacturer teamwork was setting up to determine the outcome. After the Ford cars pit early in Stage 3, the Chevrolets and Toyotas didn't pit in time before an accident involving three of the four Rick Ware Racing cars brought out a caution. The crew reacts to the cause of the wreck and how it impacted the finish. Prior to that yellow flag, Bubba Wallace grew frustrated over being passed by his corporate Toyota teammates after they drafted together to the lead. Freddie explains why it made him so mad that he yelled at Brett and why the Toyota camp can't seem to work together as well as the Fords. The NASCAR Playoffs begin this weekend at Darlington Raceway. Tyler Reddick secured the final spot but the spotters thought he was doing everything to lose it on Saturday night. They discuss his aggressive driving style and how he handles mistakes. Kevin Harvick is in the playoffs once again but now sits last on the playoff grid. How did he fall so far from being the championship favorite last season? The gang shares what has happened at Stewart-Haas Racing. Plus, they debate what to expect from the first round of the post-season and who may be eliminated early. After 23XI Racing revealed Kurt Busch will join the team in 2022, the car unveiled featured a number pushed forward from its current position. NASCAR then confirmed the new number placement for 2022. Was this unconventional way of making a significant shift in the sport the right way to go about the news? The crew debates and shares their thoughts on the new Cup car number spot. In Reaction Theatre, someone said hold my beer, T.J. looks for an invisible car, Chase Elliott receives zero love and Brett tells us who's hot. Later in What an Idiot, find out who may have cost themselves their best shot at a victory in their career.
09:59 - Washington Football Team: The Front Five - Galdi's five biggest takeaways from Washington's preseason-ending 37-3 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at FedEx Field 45:31 - Washington Football Team: other thoughts off Washington's preseason-ending 37-3 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at FedEx Field 59:59 - Nationals: react to the Nats announcing that they're promoting their top prospect, catcher Keibert Ruiz, to the Majors...and analysis of the Nats losing two of three games at the New York Mets 01:30:34 - Orioles: an appropriate commemoration of the O's going 1-18 against the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2021 season...and a few other observations from the O's getting swept by the Rays in three games Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michigan International Speedway race weekend is in the books and T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are back with lots to share after a newsy week. A spotter swap at Team Penske shifted TJ from the No. 22 team of Joey Logano to his longtime friend Brad Keselowski's No. 2 team. T.J. tells all about why the decision was made and how it impacts his future. The gang fills in the listeners about a meeting with NASCAR that took place at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Hear how the show made history and what impact it has moving forward. Before jumping into the Cup Series race, the guys talk the lights going out for the Truck Series race at Gateway and A.J. Allmendinger's career progression and his reconciliation with Brett. Corey LaJoie was forced to sit out Michigan after a close contact tested positive for COVID. Hear what made his situation unique and what it says about NASCAR's health and safety protocols moving forward. How should teams and playoff drivers react? Should NASCAR follow other major sports leagues with weekly testing? The table weighs in. Glimpses of the old Michigan delighted the spotters over the weekend as the resin traction compound allowed for multi-groove racing. Hear how the spotters felt about the track conditions and the quality of racing the surface produced. Contact between Brad Keselowski and Austin Dillon crossing the finish line for Stage 2 sent the No. 3 car into the wall, ending his promising day. T.J. tells us what happened from Keselowski's perspective. With drafting in full effect on Sunday, Hendrick Motorsports teammates Kyle Larson and William Byron were in assist mode up front. However, did their instance on working together cost them the race? The crew debates on what the best strategy was for those trying to make passes for the lead and how Ryan Blaney ultimately outdid them all. Heading into the regular season finale at Daytona International Speedway, its anyone's game to win and secure a playoff berth from outside the top-16 in points. Hear what the spotters think is the best approach to take heading into Saturday night and which drivers to watch out for. In Reaction Theatre, fans overwhelm T.J. with so many congratulations, inquire about his blocking teachings and ask Freddie how the No. 23 got upside down.
This Monday episode begins with a tale from the road, as a family vacation gets off to a rough start. Then it's on to the Women's Open at Carnoustie, which closed the books on the majors for 2021. Andy and Brendan react to Anna Nordqvist getting it done despite being unable to chip, Nanna Koerstz Madsen booting it away on the 18th hole, some invasive Playing Through choices, Louise Duncan's contention, and the Salas slow play. The Northern Trust discussion moves to the updating of the rules to allow for a Tuesday finish, the tough break in the schedule, the grounds crew efforts to get it playable for Monday, and the SubAir usage throughout the week. Similar to the Women's Open, the 18th hole became a scene of catastrophe in Boise on the KFT, where Greyson Sigg used a drop from a backboard to make par and edge an imploding Aaron Rai. The Ferryman gets it done at the Czech Masters and the bomber jacket Rod Pampling got for winning on the Champions Tour is worth googling.
The Nationals lost 9-6 in Milwaukee to halt the three game win streak. Al laments how the game took four hours and eighteen minutes. What can be done to avoid interminable games like this one?(5:20) Lane Thomas was given a prominent role in the lineup card as the leadoff hitter in CF. He backed up the assignment by impressing with his bat, speed, and arm. A few other young guys made contributions as well on Saturday.(14:57) The bullpen had two disastrous innings in the 5th & the 8th. Al explains what went wrong on a very shallow sacrifice fly that made the Nats defense look amateurish. Javy Guerra then authored an inning to forget as the Brewers broke the game open.(24:45) Juan Soto reached base four times as he leads the Majors with a .449 On Base Percentage and is now ahead of Joey Gallo by five walks for the most in MLB.(30:02) Listener submitted email and we close with another voice memo recalling October 2019. Send in yours to email@example.com
Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are back from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course and its inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race with plenty to discuss. Brett came home a winner as a chaotic finish allowed AJ Allmendinger to capitalize for his second career Cup victory. Hear Brett detail how the road course ace put himself in position to win and what the first Cup triumph means for Kaulig Racing. While Allmendinger and Brett celebrated, the rest of the crew fell victim to the troublesome curb in Turn 6. T.J. shares what happened to Joey Logano as he smashed into the tire barriers while running near the front when the curb came up. Freddie explains his feelings towards the penalty Bubba Wallace received for avoiding the remaining “ramp” in the Turn 6 chicane during Overtime. After multiple cars hit the orange turtle in Turn 6 during the first lap of Saturday's Xfinity Series race, the track removed the turtle ahead of Sunday's event. Was that the right call? Or did it invite drivers to push the limits of that corner even more? The guys debate. Curbs became part of the story again in the Cup Series race as Turn 6 proved troublesome throughout the event. On a late restart, disaster struck as the curb shredded cars and caused a major pileup at the front of the field. Should NASCAR have thrown a yellow flag the lap prior? How can this situation be fixed? The crew weighs these questions after the costly mistake. The final restart created more drama as Denny Hamlin and Chase Briscoe went head-to-head into the first corner. As Briscoe was forced wide, Hamlin secured the lead. However, Briscoe cut back across the grass onto the track and was penalized. He then spun leader Hamlin and both cars were then out of contention. The gang discusses whether Briscoe knew about the penalty or not and whether taking out Hamlin was a clean or dirty move. Due to the event running long, the broadcast shifted from NBC to NBC Sports Network. Why did that need to happen? The guys explain the decision making behind the move. The charter market remains hot and the latest rumors involve 23XI Racing and Front Row Motorsports. Could a deal be in the works for 23XI to secure more charters? Hear a few theories on the next silly season dominos to fall. In Reaction Theatre, fans let it all out in response to the curb chaos, big wrecks, Briscoe spinning Hamlin and much more. Plus, was that Toby Keith who called in and played a song? The guys also discuss other on track problems from Sunday including a car oiling down the entire surface and a safety truck on track during qualifying. As the playoffs approach, Richard Childress Racing's two cars are battling for the final spot. The guys discuss how they expect the teammates to race each other in the coming weeks.
Jonathan Majors has been acting professionally for just under five years now. He's done theater, TV, and starred in movies. In that short amount of time, he's become one of the most captivating performers in Hollywood. He was in two of our recent favorites: Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods and Joe Talbot's The Last Black Man In San Francisco. On screen, he's charismatic and charming when the role calls for it, and he can turn to vulnerable and broken almost instantly. He's the kind of actor that just helps take the story to the next level – he has a sort of magnetic quality. Watching him, you can easily lose yourself and forget about other performers. Recently, Majors earned an Emmy nomination for his work on HBO's Lovecraft Country. Jonathan Majors joins us to talk about Lovecraft Country, and reflects on being the child in a family of veterans. Plus, he'll dive into acting theory and craft – and he gets into it, really into it.
Summer vacation has concluded and Door Bumper Clear returns after race weekend at Watkins Glen International. Brett Griffin joined Freddie Kraft as co-spotters at the road course and they share their experience, including the story of Freddie's new nickname. T.J. Majors and Joey Logano found themselves on the wrong end of teammate Brad Keselowski's spin yesterday, hear what happened and how it impacted the No. 22 team's day. After vacationing in the same place, Casey Boat and Brett ended up on a flight home together. You won't want to miss their story on what went down. The gang then gets into what happened in New York over the weekend, starting with their overall reaction to the quality of the racing and what type of track The Glen is turning into. While battling up front midway through the race, Kyle Larson spun Christopher Bell entering Turn 1. Find out how the guys reacted and what they thought should have happened. On a quest for a Watkins Glen three-peat, Chase Elliott faced adversity from the start after failing pre-race inspection. Hear what concerning trend is developing in NASCAR regarding cheating and what the spotters think needs to happen to correct it. With three races remaining in the regular season, Denny Hamlin and Larson are now tied for the points lead. Who has the upper hand? The crew debates this, plus whether Jimmie Johnson could have won seven titles with a different organization. Ty Gibbs claimed another Xfinity Series road course victory on Saturday, giving the No. 54 team a fourth consecutive win. Is it the fast car or talented driver making the difference for this group? The guys weigh in with big differences of opinion. Trackhouse Racing has tabbed Ross Chastain as its second driver for 2022. Was that the right play? Should they have targeted an A-level driver? Why is Justin Marks happy Chastain didn't bring funding? These questions are posed by the panel as silly season continues to take shape. After seeing a photo of Kyle Larson signing autographs post-race on Sunday, it spurred the question of what driver and fan interaction should look like heading into the playoffs. Hear what the spotters think about the risk competitors might be taking as they prepare for a championship run. The Cup Series will compete on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course for the first time this weekend. Hear what problem the gang thinks this race highlights and whether they believe NASCAR still belongs at the famed track. In Reaction Theatre, the fans bring the weird after the off-weekends and another song gets knocked out of the park. In What an Idiot, hear about the day of an intern turned driver in the Xfinity Series race.
Major championship appreciator Kyle Porter joins to chat about a lot of our favorite topics, how he consumes golf, how that's changed since we got into podcasting, as well as detailed looks back at each of the 2021 majors. We project Morikawa's future, appreciate Rahm's emergence, reflect on Spieth's year, take a bunch of listener questions, and cover a lot of ground in these two hours. Thanks as always to Kyle for the time.