On this episode of Out The Box Podcast, we bring on a special guest and Boot Krewe Media Athlete Kayshon Boutte. We also discuss the McNeese State game and what to look forward to this week with Central Michigan. Finally, we give some winners in the famous House Always Wins Segment. Sponsored by the House Bar In Tigerland, Blaine Loupe with Keller Williams Realty, and Work Box LLC. A Boot Krewe Media Production. Follow us on Facebook (OutTheBoxPod), Twitter (@OutTheBoxPod), and Instagram (outtheboxpod)
On this edition of the Geaux247 podcast, Matthew Brune and Shea Dixon review their final takeaways from McNeese, look at the lengthy injury report, and take a deep dive into LSU-Central Michigan on both sides of the ball! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cody and Jacob discuss the news – correct and incorrect – around LSU's running backs room, before breaking down the film and numbers from the Tigers' win over McNeese. After taking your questions, we finish the episode with a special audio version of the LSU Football Film Room, as Hester and Andre Anthony break down some of the super senior's best plays in purple and gold. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heyfightinpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heyfightinpodcast/support
This week on Talking Tigs:0:00 Introduction2:20 Tigers beat McNeese St. - Game Breakdown and what needs to be improved38:38 CFB Week 2 Recap - Upsets galore!51:30 Central Michigan game preview56:20 2021 LSU Gameday experience Thanks for listening! Subscribe, Share, and Geaux Tigers!
LSU running back John Emery might be ineligible for the season, and LSU's win against McNeese might have raised even more questions. Chris and Brody dive into LSU's offensive issues and what the Emery situation means. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
LSU was sluggish in its hope opener against McNeese bur prevailed 34-7. We recap what went right, what went wrong and what is a realistic SEC win total for this team after watching two games. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this edition of the Geaux247 Podcast, Matthew Brune and Shea Dixon breakdown their initial takeaways from the Tigers' win over the Cowboys, looking at the disappointing offense to the dominant defensive showing, to #NussMania! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cody and Jacob convene in Cody's office to discuss LSU's 34-7 win over McNeese State. We have offensive line concerns, but we love Cade York, we like what we saw from Garrett Nussmeier and LSU's defense, and we have a lot to learn about the Tigers over the next couple of weeks. Plus, fixing the run game, the drops, and looking for the deep ball against Central Michigan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heyfightinpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heyfightinpodcast/support
On this edition of the Geaux247 Podcast, Billy Embody and Matt Brune break down LSU's Week 2 matchup in Tiger Stadium against McNeese State, share game predictions and preview the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former LSU running back Tre Bradford has rejoined the LSU football team. Will he be immediately eligible and what might his role be? We discuss on today's podcast. We also hear from Ed Orgeron who previews the McNeese State game and Rohan Davey discusses how LSU might be able to fix the issues that showed up against UCLA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ed Orgeron updates the status of injured safety Jay Ward. We also chat with former All-American offensive lineman Will Blackwell about how to fix the O-Line issues. And we hear from Frank Wilson and Cody Orgeron as we start to look at the McNeese game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of The Bluebloods, Zach McKinnell is joined by McNeese State Defensive End, Isaiah Chambers. Chambers talks about his journey from TCU to Houston to McNeese State, his expectations for the 2021 season, his favorite pass rushing technique, expectations for McNeese State for the 2021 season, and why he expects to win the Southland this season. All this and more right here on The Bluebloods! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
For Friday's episode of The Sports Scouting Report Podcast With Lee Brecheen, Lee interviews former McNeese State legendary running back Tony Citizen. Citizen is now the running backs coach at Lake Charles College Prep High School where he coaches his son TreVonte' Citizen, who is one of the highest recruited running backs in the country. So far, the senior Trailblazers star running back has received offers from Mississippi State, Penn State, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, Arkansas, Tulane, Louisiana Tech, LSU, Colorado, Southern Miss, Texas A&M, Georgia Tech, ULL, Texas, Arizona State, Memphis, Marshall, McNeese State, Auburn, Southern, USC, Michigan, Ole Miss, Washington State, and Grambling. Coach Citizen talks about his playing career at McNeese State, what makes his son a special running back, going through the recruiting process both as a player as well as a father, upcoming recruiting visits his son is taking, and of course, the big time football program that Lake Charles College Prep is continuing to be.
On a Tuesday Edition of The Jordy Culotta Show, we discuss LSU Baseball winning the Eugene Regional after beating the Oregon Ducks 9-8. The Tigers head to Tennessee for a Super Regional bout with the Volunteers starting Friday. Head Football Coach of the McNeese State Cowboys Frank Wilson joins us. He discusses how the Pokes handle heading into a Fall season after playing in a pandemic spring season. LSU Sports Radio Hunt Palmer joins us to give his two cents on the LSU Baseball win. Palmer has had the pulse of the Tigers all year, as he called LSU winning the Oregon Regional and facing Tennessee. Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger hops aboard the Jordy Culotta Show after breaking the news of Nick Saban's extension with Alabama. He also gives some comments on Paul Mainieri's run in Eugene as Delly covered the LSU Baseball and Football beat for over five years.
In this episode, we get to know Isaiah Chambers. Together we discuss his breakout All-American season, the power of believing in yourself and what 5 animals he'd start an army with. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craig-forrestal/support
In this episode Nick and Andy talk with Carol Wilson and Lauren McNeese, co-founders of NTX Vocal Arts. They are vocalists who have enjoyed successful operatic careers and have dedicated themselves to teaching the next generation of vocalists. They describe how aspiring classical vocalists should be preparing to succeed in the 21st century and why they should embrace entrepreneurship. To learn more about the people and topics mentioned in this episode see the show notes at https://www.artsentrepreneurshippodcast.com/episodes/119-lauren-mcneese-carol-wilson-ntx-vocal-arts
Dr. Rachel Headley and Meg McNeese, CEO and COO of Rose Group International, join VIP's Casey Hasten in a discussion about building stronger teams. We discuss the challenges of finding new talent that fits well with an existing team. We also discuss conflict resolution in the workplace and the different strategies employers can use to foster positive company culture.About the Guest:Website: https://rosegroupintl.com/About The We Are VIP Podcast:This podcast is brought to you by VIP to add value to your job or candidate search. Each week, we'll bring you helpful tips and insights from leading professionals to help candidates land their dream jobs and help employers find better talent.Hosted by:Casey Hasten, Director of Recruiting at VIPAbout VIP:We utilize a holistic approach to support your strategic initiatives in accounting and finance. From recruiting and strategic staffing, to project management consulting, our service model offers a comprehensive solution that allows for flexibility as you navigate transformation and growth within your organization.Connect:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/270216/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeAreVIPCompanyJob Openings and Services: https://wearevip.com
Music is an art form that has lived the longest and has connected the most people. It’s also a crowded industry that never fails to attract new young artists, and for NewReleaseToday president Kevin McNeese, it has been his mission and business to find an audience for these new voices. Starting his site NewRelease Today back in 2002, it has grown to be one of the largest Christian music platforms with over 400,000 monthly visitors and 167,000 subscribers to its newsletter. Working with dozens of mostly independent artists, he shares with us how much of the music industry has changed and what it takes to get an audience. More from Kevin Website: https://www.newreleasetoday.com/ IG @newreleasetoday
Joey (https://josephtuminello.academia.edu/) is asst. professor of philosophy at McNeese State Uni & program coordinator for the nonprofits Farm Forward & Better Food Foundation (See also Default Veg). His research covers philosophies of food, medicine, animals & environment. He teaches biomedical ethics & sections of ethical theory & existentialism. In these Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what’s real?” & “what matters?” Sentientism is "evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings." The video of our conversation is also here on YouTube (subscribe there too!). We discuss (full show notes are on YouTube and Sentientism.info): - Growing up in a Catholic household in Louisiana - "Who's your mama, are you Catholic & can you make a roux?" - Questioning religion early on. Developing scepticism. Understanding mechanisms of control in religion & beyond - Hard-core atheist phase & studying philosophy - Non-theism & atheism. Tempered with humility & openness - "Open-mindedness & scepticism go hand in hand" - Deciding not to get confirmed - Attending Catholic high school that didn't welcome questioning & experiencing social adversity - Social justice & hateful interpretations of some religions (e.g. Westboro Baptist Church) - Using religious arguments to justify discriminations - Analytic philosophy & challenging religious inconsistencies - "Ambiguity & tension is part of the human experience" - Humility & open-mindedness needs to be at the core of naturalism - The arrogance in "angry atheism" - Getting comfortable not knowing. With-holding belief until there's evidence - Meta-physics & ethics - "We don't have access to the ultimate nature of reality" but there are still things we can meaningfully say about reality - Experiences are happening. Phenomenology, directed consciousness & the self/non-self - Nagel's "What is it like to be a bat?" - Consciousness, interests that matter and ethics (caring about the interests of others) - Lacking a justification for the exploitation or oppression of others, human or not - The "Embrace The Void" podcast with Joey's friend Aaron - Pre-human morality - Is the choice to be moral simply the choice to care about the perspectives of others - Moral inter-subjectivism. There are moral truths independent of each mind but they do require an interface between subjects - Sentient beings do matter morally, but is sentience the only thing that matters? Is cutting down a tree wrong if it has no impact on sentients? - The risk of anthropocentrism, because humans are defining & assessing sentience. But sentience existed long before & far beyond humans - And much more... see YouTube. Sentientism is “Evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings.” More at https://sentientism.info/. Join our "wall" https://sentientism.info/wall/ using this form: https://sentientism.info/im-a-sentientist. Everyone interested, Sentientist or not, is welcome to join our groups. Main one is here on FaceBook. Thanks to Graham.
On a day filled with off-the-field news items, none splashed more than LSU administrator Sharon Lewis filing a $50 million lawsuit against LSU. Still, there was plenty on the filed to discuss. Ed Orgeron met with the media after spring practice and confirmed Arik Gilbert was on campus last week and the two met. He also updated the QB competition. And we wrap the episode by recapping LSU's 14-1 win over McNeese at The Box. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Third baseman Cade Doughty doubled twice and drove in four runs Tuesday night, while seven LSU pitchers limited McNeese State to one run as the Tigers posted a 14-1 win over the Cowboys in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.
This week on the podcast we are joined by our good friend Doug McNeese. Doug is an Air Force NCO who has served in many places around the world which include Alaska, Las Vegas, Florida, Korea, and Afghanistan. Currently, he is serving as an instructor here in Texas. He is an avid hunter and fisherman which is why our conversation was mostly about hunting. Doug gives us some great insight on hunting along with an incredible story of an encounter he had with a grizzly bear while hunting in Alaska. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Well, the architect of the Jordy Culotta Show won't be quitting his day job any time soon, as our host will have to revisit his Mortgage Exam in 30 days. But he doesn't miss a beat in the Undisclosed Location, as we tackle a host of guests this Tuesday. We are quickly joined by Steve Caparotta of WAFB, who lets us know that this weather is an aburrrration, as the chills and rain will be left in the rearview for the weekend. LSU Sports Digital Media savant, Cody Worsham, talks LSU Basketball and Baseball, as we get a double dose of the Tigers this evening. He tells us what the Tigers need to do to on the hardwood to get back on track vs Vandy. We also preview the action on the diamond, where a red-hot LSU team faces off against Nicholls in a blistery Alex Box. McNeese State's Frank Wilson joins us as he does every Tuesday. Following a loss to Incarnate Word, Coach Wilson gives perspective on his Cowboys, and what the Pokes have to do to get back in the W column vs Southeastern. Baylor Head Coach Dave Aranda joins the program! He explains his first year with the HC headset, and how it was different from his former role. Also, he reminisces on his time with LSU, what he thought of Coach O's comparison between the 2019 and 2020 defense, and more. We wrap up the day with West Feliciana Head Football Coach, Hudson Fuller. A Baton Rouge native, Fuller has been around some of the best in the game. He explains his coaching tree, the rigors COVID has put on getting his men recruited, and the solutions he has put in place.
This week was full of upsets and walk off winners. Gonzaga pitcher ejected for sticky substance after 11k's in 4.1 innings Wes Clarke hits 5 more home runs this week to put him at 8 on the season Will Dion from McNeese state gets 19k's in one start New Top 25 relased New Mid Major Top 25 released 2020 All American pitcher, Braden Olthoff (Tulane) joins the podcast and talks about his journey to Tulane and what has made him successful at the D1 level
For Monday's episode of the Sports Scouting Report, Lee talks about LSU Baseball's talented pitching staff ahead of Opening Week, LSU Basketball's resume building victory over Tennessee, expectations for McNeese State Football after its overtime victory against Tarleton State, and finally, gives his reaction to former Mandeville High School kicker Joseph Bulovas transferring from Alabama.
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network breaks down the past weekend in college basketball. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) highlight the major conferences races in college basketball and also recap the McNeese at Tarleton State FCS football game. Is Virginia on the verge of another ACC title? Will Ohio State or Illinois be the one who takes the Big Ten regular season championship? Could Creighton win the Big East? Who wins Drake vs Loyola Chicago if they meet in the Missouri Valley Tournament? Why is FCS spring college football not on a major network? We talk it all on this episode of The College Experience. Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify | Google Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack Support for this episode - BetQL code "SGP30" | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP" Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In the latest episode of the Bet the FCS podcast, Josh Criswell, Matt Faye and David Berry break down the national championship futures odds for the spring FCS season. Colton Pool from the Bozeman Daily Chronicle stops by to discuss Montana State's new head coaching hire (17:17), Brady Renard from KPLC in Lake Charles discusses McNeese's opener against Tarleton State (34:16) and Mike Lucas gives his mid-major betting picks for Friday's college basketball slate (52:23). The guys close out the show by giving their picks for Saturday's FCS season opener.
BATON ROUGE – The 5th-ranked LSU softball team defeated McNeese State in run-rule fashion Thursday night 8-0 in six innings in their season opener. The Tigers start out the season 1-0 while McNeese State falls to 0-1.
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network kicks off their 2021 FCS spring football season by drafting their top teams in each conference. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by Patty C (@PattyC831) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) as they preview this Saturday week zero matchup between the McNeese Cowboys and the Tarleton State Texans. Will McNeese grab their first win under a new head coach? Will the move up in divisions have an impact on Tarleton State? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Experience. Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify | Google Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack Support for this episode - BetQL code "SGP30" | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP" Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
On today’s show we will have Tony Houchin the Head Cross Country Coach / Associate Director of Track and Field at Lamar University He will be discussing the science of running and his methods for developing elite college runners. Tony has over 21 years of NCAA D1 level coaching experience and was the Southland Conference's Men's XC Coach of the year a record 4x ('15, '16, '17, '19) Other experience includes: * Oklahoma State (my alma mater and where I ran myself) * Texas A&M (as a volunteer) * Butler University (as an assistant) * McNeese (head XC) * UNLV (head XC) * UAB (head XC) * Florida State (Track & XC Operations)
Rockets explode for 48 in the 2nd quarter against the Pelicans. Houston’s third-most in one quarter in franchise history. They win it 126-112. Christian Wood scored 27. Rockets are 6-3 since the trade despite dropping three of their first four and being injury-riddled. They’ve won five in a row. Dallas meanwhile…. Suns over the Mavs 111-105. It was a tie game at 96 late but a 9-zip run sealed it. Tough to beat a Phoenix team with Devin Booker. … on the roster! He didn’t even play. Luka Doncic had 29 in the setback. 5 losses in a row for the 13th place Western Conference Mavs. They play the Suns again Tomorrow against the Suns. BIg 12 / SEC challenge yesterday comprised most of the state’s college basketball action…#2 Baylor rips off its 16th win to start the season, 84-72 over visiting Auburn. More Baptist balance. 5 guys between 13 and 19 points…. 10th-ranked Texas Tech goes WILD in the final minute. A 12-oh run in the final 1:03 turns a Red Raider 7 point deficit. Mac McClung had half of that 12-0h run with two threes. He finished with 22 but Terrence Shannon popped with 23…. Texas A&M gets off the schnide and wins 68-61 at Kansas St. Jay Jay Chandler and Savion Flagg each scored 14…. TCU fell in a wild one 102-98. Mike Miles had 28 in the setback. …. Texas was ppd at KY. …. Abilene Christian bests Incarnate Word in Alamo City…. Lamar beats visiting McNeese 64-56….Prairie View beats Alabma A&M 79-57. Texas Southern tops Alabama St 80-73. Some Sunday college basketball today: #5 Houston is a double-digit home favorite to SMU. Coogs expected to get Quentin Grimes back from an ankle injury. High noon jump on Big ESPN. ….North Texas hosts Rice at the Super Pit. … Two of the fathers of Texas institutions, Stephen F. Austin and Sam Houston square off in some hardwood hate. This will be in the oldest town of Nacogdoches on ESPNU at 3. Happy Birthday to THE GREAT Nolan Ryan. From sports standpoints maybe the greatest? It’s worth a longer pod discussion. In my mind, FROM Texas played a majority of his career in Texas, got his big milestones in Texas., but really who else could be better? Earl Campbell is the first that came to mind...Big Tex turns 74 today….. Also of note today 28 years ago TODAY, The Dallas Cowboys defeat the Buffalo Bills 52-17 to win SB 27. Should’ve been 59-17. Thanks a lot Leon Lett. 'The Texas Porch' is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, Tune-in, I-Heart and all major podcast outlets. Also at www.thetexasporch.com Subscribe here. Twitter: @TexasPorchPod Facebook: TexasPorchPod
-As many of us are trying to understand the difference between allergies and flu symptoms or determine if we are an asymptomatic superspreader for COVID-19, it seemed now would be a good opportunity to get some facts. So, we on OJ thought it might be timely to have a little sit-down with subject matter experts that have a background in public health to talk thru some of what we are all dealing with right now. Hopefully, we might gain some insights and perhaps obtain access to information and tools to help us during these trying times.
"Lose a game, gain a game" is probably going to be the slogan for the season. It has been thus far. The Jacks last-minute scheduled a "non"-conference game with McNeese (yes, we know they are in our conference but we weren't originally scheduled to play vs them during conference play so it's technically a non-con) on Friday night. They are coming off an absolute wild off-season filled with hurricane after hurricane pounding down on Lake Charles and they were FIRED UP. Thankfully that fire was tamed during the second half of the game and our Jacks came away with the DUB. Lots of work to do and more to learn but we think this team can absolutely go far into March. This game was an uphill battle until the bitter end but what else is new for 2020. KNOCK IT OFF, WILL YOU? Next, the Jacks play ANOTHER last-minute scheduled game vs LSU-Alexandria at WRJ on Sunday, December 6th at 4 pm. #AxeEm --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/partinmealex/message
FINALLY! Basketball is back in the Sawmill. Socially distanced w/ masks and barely anyone there but it's back! The home and season opener happened, one day early, BUT IT HAPPENED! That is worth celebrating so we decided to ask one of our favorite former Men's Basketball Managers, Mr. DEFENSE Grant Pedersen, to come on the podcast to chit-chat a bit about his time with the team & more. We of course brought back some of your favorite segments: game stats for our friend Sean Kennedy, the Feats of Strength, and of course the Airing of Grievances. Saturday's game vs Alcorn St is canceled but lose a game, pick one up because we are now playing a non-con vs McNeese on Friday at 6:30 pm!!! See you at the Sawmill! #AxeEm #Jacks #WithAlexandJacks Watch our interview with Grant on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/p6XtvTs4oV4 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/partinmealex/message
A new season dawns for the University of Nebraska men's basketball program Wednesday morning, as the Huskers begin what will be a unique campaign with a matchup against McNeese State. Tipoff at Pinnacle Bank Arena is slated for shortly after 11 a.m. (central).
Tara Henry and Rhiannon Potkey host Episode 12 of The D1Softball Podcast! They welcome LSU's Maribeth Gorsuch & Shelbi Sunseri and McNeese State head coach James Landreneau.
It's another Athletes Unlimited Thursday on In The Circle. This week, Eric Lopez talks with former 2-time All-American & current Italian National team member Erika Piancastelli about her great play so far and what drew her to play for Athletes Unlimited. Also, Piancastelli discusses her journey from being born in Italy to moving to California and playing at McNeese State, where she had a legendary run. Plus, Piancastelli shares what it was like to have been part of the Italian National team since 2014. Seeing the growth of the program and qualifying for the Summer Olympics last year and more. Our #ThrowbackThursday features McNeese State HC James Landreneau talking about Erika in 2018. Victor breaks down this week's AU Draft and how not so well he did last week in the fantasy draft.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/155 Dave McNeese tells his stories of a life in fly fishing, fly tying and dyeing feathers. Dave is working on the book on Syd Glasso’s life and has been an expert material dying all star for 5 decades. Dave has done a little bit of everything in fly fishing including building custom rods, custom reels, flies and a fly shop. We connect the dots even more today as we hear about the life of one of the really interesting guys in fly fishing. We also hear the story of the felony conviction that Dave received for trading animals but as you hear this was a bad rap sheet on Dave. Click here –>>> for the full transcript or scroll down to the bottom to read the transcript. Show Notes with Dave McNeese 09:30 - Dave attended the 1975 McKenzie fly fishers conclave where Lee Wulff and Ernie where there. Here's a little history on the conclave. - The Master fly tying guide by Art Flick - Dave notes the Fly Fishing and Tying Journal and the dying articles he has written at FTJ. - John Shewey was on the podcast in episode 16 and talked about the old shop “My Flies” which was located in Salem Oregon. - Paul Jorgensen was a big part of Dave’s growth in fly fishing. - Twin River Fly Shop is the local store in Albany Oregon. - The Blue Heron spey hooks were Dave’s line of hooks. - Trey’s first book Steelhead Trout came up again here. - The Atherton Painting - The Orange Heron tied by Syd Glasso is in Trey’s 1976 book - Preston Jennings was noted. Here's a summary of some of his work. - Rube Cross was noted by dave as one of the Tyers everyone tried to copy. - The McNeese Madness is a great pattern for the Deschutes. - Joseph Rossano was on the podcast in episode 136 and is helping Dave with the Syd Glasso book. - Steve Gobin bamboo fly rods. You can find Dave McNeese here Resources Noted in the Show Master Fly Tying by Art Flick Moscow Hide and Fur to grab a skunk Videos Noted in the Show Paul Jorgensen Video Orange Heren Syd Glasso Conclusion with Dave McNeese Dave Mcneese shares his story of how he started his fly shop and became a material dying master. We find out how he connected to many of the old timers including Syd Glasso. Dave shares some of the story of who Syd Glasso was and how he got ahold of some of We hear how Dave started his fly shop based on a mail order business and expanded it out until he ran into trouble with the Federal government in relation to some illegal game that was sent to him. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/155