Missouri Tigers vs Texas A&M Aggies betting picks, predictions and odds for their SEC Football showdown on Saturday, October 16 2021 at 12:00pm ET from Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Missouri. After last week's shocking upset over No. 1 Alabama, can Texas A&M avoid the letdown against Missouri? Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this NCAAF Week 7 clash between the Tigers and Aggies. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Texas A&M as a 9-point road favorite at Missouri, with the over/under sitting at 59 points.
Indiana Hoosiers vs Michigan State Spartans betting picks, predictions and odds for their Big Ten Football showdown on Saturday, October 16 2021 at 12:00pm ET from Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana. Michigan State remains one of the last unbeaten teams in the country. Can the Spartans keep their run going against a feisty Indiana squad? Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this NCAAF Week 7 clash between the Hoosiers and Spartans. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Michigan State as a 5-point road favorite at Indiana, with the over/under sitting at 48.5 points.
Colts fans need a reason to believe in their team after the MNF debacle, and they will get plenty against the Texans. Pacers were down three starters last night, but found a way to beat Memphis. Chris Duarte continues to shine. IU's Memorial Stadium will open 30 minutes early to help spread the crowd for Saturday's game against #10 Michigan State. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Nebraska Michigan Game Recap! Nick and Former Husker LB Bo Ruud recap Nebraska's tough loss to Michigan with a drive-by-drive analysis of the big plays & moments. They also discuss the refs, Martinez, the atmosphere at Memorial Stadium, faith in Frost, & more! Subscribe, rate, and review my podcast wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss an episode! Also follow up on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter OR NickBahe.com A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
In a hard-hitting four-quarter battle, a late fumble after Adrian Martinez pushed forward for a first down and the short field goal by Michigan's Jake Moody that followed produced the narrow 32-29 margin for the No. 9 Wolverines to escape from Memorial Stadium on Saturday night.
Nebraska Cornhuskers vs Michigan Wolverines betting picks, predictions and odds for their Big Ten Football showdown on Saturday, October 9 2021 at 7:30pm ET from Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska. Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this College Football Week 6 clash between the Huskers and Wolverines. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Michigan as a -3.5 road favorite at Nebraska, with the over/under sitting at 50.5 points.
Jim Harbaugh's squad is headed to Lincoln for what could be the biggest game in Memorial Stadium since when? Steve Sipple and Sam McKewon debate what past games this week's matchup compares to in this week's Sip ‘n Sam Showdown. For the full podcast, subscribe at http://www.huskerextra.com/SnS. Support the show: https://huskerextra.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Beating Wisconsin in Madison was impressive. Now we head to Lincoln for a Saturday night battle with The Huskers. Memorial Stadium will be a nut house. With us today is beat writer Michael Cohen from The Detroit Free Press.
-The environment on Saturday in Memorial Stadium was electric, and kudos to the Huskers for putting on a great show not only on the field, but with the music/presentation/etc. -Michigan opens as a 4.5 point favorite on Saturday, and they're coming into a place that will be louder than it has in years -What happens […]
Nebraska completes a two-game prime-time homestand this Saturday when the Huskers play host to Michigan at Memorial Stadium. The meeting between two of the most tradition-rich programs in college football is set to kick off shortly after 6:30 p.m. CT. The game will be televised on ABC and can be heard on the Huskers Radio Network.
Nebraska returns to Lincoln for a two-game homestand at Memorial Stadium, beginning with a prime-time contest on Saturday against defending Big Ten West champ Northwestern. Game time at Memorial Stadium is set for shortly after 6:30 p.m., with the game televised on BTN.
It was the best of times, Micah McFadden got ejected, then it was the worst of times at Memorial Stadium on Saturday as Indiana dropped a 38-24 decision to No. 8 Cincinnati. Matt and Nithin dive into the hottest topics surrounding IUFB at the moment, such as how to change the targeting rule in college football, what's going on with Michael Penix Jr., and one Hoosier in particular that needs to rise up. Is 8-5 a successful year for this IU team, given where expectations were at the start of the season? Then, the guys dive into a full preview of Indiana's week four contest at the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. Who are the key players to watch? What do the Hoosiers have to do to pull off the win? They also give you an IU/WKU prediction and their Big Ten picks of the week.Like, subscribe, and follow us on social media!WEBSITE: https://www.indianahq.com/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/thehoosiersound • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehoosiersound/ • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiana.hq/ • iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1282226985?mt=2&ls=1 • Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5zcHJlYWtlci5jb20vc2hvdy8yNjc3NTkyL2VwaXNvZGVzL2ZlZWQ • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0lk71fzLgbLP76iPNA14cP • SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-429075463-810819009 • iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound-28550408/?cmp=web_share • TuneIn Radio: http://tun.in/pi2cE • Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound
Ripley tangles with Oak Hill in Friday night's Homecoming tilt at Memorial Stadium. Sophomore receiver Parker Boyd reflects on his 2 TD receptions at Marietta and Coach Steve Sayre says he noticed improvement from his Vikings. The RHS Class of '81 is having its reunion this weekend. The 1980 football team had a remarkable 9-1 season as we'll hear from defensive whiz Andy Robinson. The 'Voice of Oak Hill,' Mel Reed says the Red Devils from Fayette County have speed to burn on offense. Cross country runner Tori Fisher talks about a major race on Saturday at Cedar Lakes Conference Center and Makayla Wriston brings us up to date on Lady Viking soccer. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brian-johnson9/support
Oklahoma Sooners vs West Virginia Mountaineers betting picks, predictions and odds for their Big XII Football showdown on Saturday, September 25 2021 at 7:30pm ET from Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this clash between the Sooners and Mountaineers. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Oklahoma as a -16.5 home favorite over West Virginia, with the over/under sitting at 56.5 points.
• After a 2-0 start against a couple of in-state schools, Baylor opens up Big 12 play this week at Kansas. The Jayhawks are hitting the reset button again — what's the matter with Kansas? New head coach Lance Leipold, formerly of Buffalo, takes over a program that has been in a perpetual rebuilding cycle over the past 10-plus years. Is there any reason to believe that Leipold can succeed where Turner Gill, Charlie Weis, David Beaty and Les Miles failed? • Obviously, the shining jewel of the Kansas athletic program is the men's basketball program, helmed by Bill Self. John has witnessed plenty of games in both Allen Fieldhouse and Memorial Stadium — just how different are those gameday atmospheres? Have you ever seen a KU football game that matched a basketball game in terms of intensity? • There's been a hefty amount of quarterback turnover so far this season in the Big 12. Meanwhile, six defenses in the Big 12 are allowing fewer than 300 yards per game. Is it possible we've seen a culture shift? Is this a defensive league now? • Old Big 8 rivals Oklahoma and Nebraska meet on Saturday, and it's the 50th anniversary of their epic 1971 clash that was dubbed the “Game of the Century.” Is this still a “big game?” Can it pull the eyeballs of the nation, or is it more fun from a nostalgic sense? • Finally, let's close with a few memories of our favorite Kansas superfan, Kristin Hoppa. She was an amazing person in many ways, and had a passion for her family, her friends, her dogs and, of course, Kansas athletics, but especially KU basketball. What are some of our favorite memories of Kristin cheering on the Jayhawks or her other favorite teams, the Royals and Chiefs? Music: http://www.purple-planet.com, "Funk City" Support the show: https://wacotrib.com/sports/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
OK, IU football fans. Let's do this again. After a comfortable win in their home opener, the Hoosiers have another major showdown against a top-25 team, as the No. 8 Cincinnati Bearcats walk into Memorial Stadium this coming Saturday. Which matchups do you need to pay attention to this weekend? Who are the Hoosiers that need to step up for IU to come away with the win? Which of the three phases of the game are most important? Nithin, Jevan, and Matt break all that down and more!Check us out and follow us on social media!WEBSITE: https://www.indianahq.com/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/thehoosiersound • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehoosiersound/ • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiana.hq/ • iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1282226985?mt=2&ls=1 • Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5zcHJlYWtlci5jb20vc2hvdy8yNjc3NTkyL2VwaXNvZGVzL2ZlZWQ • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0lk71fzLgbLP76iPNA14cP • SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-429075463-810819009 • iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound-28550408/?cmp=web_share • TuneIn Radio: http://tun.in/pi2cE • Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound
In the opening take, Lee was impressed by the scene Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Then Grant joins to describe Week 2 of college football "take a breath Saturday". Then the guys give their biggest takeaways from OU-Western Carolina on the offensive side of the ball (3:30). Over to what the defense looked like Saturday (16:20). We check out "3 word reviews" (27:25). Grant explains in depth why he's calling Saturday "Take a breath Saturday" (34:00). Finally, Lee gives Grant the floor so he can gloat about Iowa beating Iowa State yet again (42:20). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Chris Schmidt, Mark Kraynak, and Elijah Herbel are back on a Saturday morning ahead of Nebraska-Buffalo as the Huskers look to improve to 2-1 on the season. Gary Sharp joins the show to recall his memories of 9/11 on the 20th anniversary of that fateful day as well as give his thoughts on how Nebraska can get it done in the heat at Memorial Stadium. Brandon Vogel also joins to discuss what Buffalo brings to the table today. Today's rewind segments feature Nash Hutmacher and Coach Ron Brown. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
Chris Schmidt, Elijah Herbel, and Connor Clark are back after the holiday weekend to review Nebraska's performance against Fordham. They're joined by Mitch Sherman, who discusses his memories of the 9/11 Tunnel Walk at Memorial Stadium before freshman DL Nash Hutmacher talks about the experience he gained against Fordham. Later, Jacob Padilla gives his thoughts on the performance of the O-Line before Coach Rick Kaczenski joins for his weekly segment. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
Connor and Grant are back this time to discuss Nebraska's first win of the 2021 season as they beat Fordham in Memorial Stadium 52-7! They also talk about their picks and what to look forward to in week 2 of the college football season, as well as Husker Volleyball's huge matchup with Creighton on Wednesday night!
Nebraska Fordham Game Recap! Nick and Former Husker LB Bo Ruud recap Nebraska's win over Fordham. They discuss the pivotal moments that led to the win, the RB situation, Toure's big day, Martinez rhythm, punt returner situation, Memorial Stadium vibe, & more! Subscribe, rate, and review my podcast wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss an episode! Also follow up on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter OR NickBahe.com A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
Illinois Football was 'run off the road' by the Roadrunners in their second game of the season, falling 37-30 to UTSA at Memorial Stadium. Bret Beherns, Marlee Wierda, and Andy Olson are breaking it down on Episode 77 of the WCIA 3-in-1 Podcast, discussing Art Sitkowski's encore performance, where it went wrong for Illinois, and more.
Illini Inquirer's Jeremy Werner chats with Inside Runner Sports' JJ Perez about the UTSA Roadrunners, who travel to Illinois on Saturday to take on the 1-0 Illini at Memorial Stadium. Perez discusses the young history of the UTSA football program, what second-year coach Jeff Traylor has brought to the program, key UTSA players to watch on both sides of the ball and keys to UTSA upsetting Illinois. Then Jeremy discusses some of his thoughts heading into Saturday's second game of the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
-Why does Nebraska continue to be their own worst enemy on the football field? How does it never change? -Austin Allen expects a hyped up crowd on Saturday at Memorial Stadium…is he delusional? -Was the offensive line bad on Saturday, or was Adrian Martinez too indecisive? Show sponsored by GANA TRUCKING
-Yikes. Here comes the sellout streak talk..and for good reason. What does the home opener look like for fan attendance at 11am against Fordham? -With the demise of everything else, are people going to put up a fit if the sellout streak ends? Show sponsored by GANA TRUCKING
Nebraska will welcome fans to Memorial Stadium for the first time in two seasons on Saturday when the Huskers take on Fordham in the 2021 home opener. Game time in Lincoln is set for 11 a.m. CT with BTN providing television coverage.
Illini Inquirer's Jeremy Werner chats with Husker247's Mike Schaefer, who breaks down the Nebraska Cornhuskers, the Illini's Week Zero opponent in Saturday's season opener at Memorial Stadium. Schaefer breaks down what's gone wrong during Scott Frost's first three seasons as head coach, expectations for this season, what this game against Illinois means for the Huskers, players to watch and keys to the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
-Jake was at the Garth Brooks concert on Saturday night, and has raving reviews for all parts of it—and it was definitely a PACKED house -The energy from the crowd and that environment is something we haven't seen in 2 years, and we hope this football season results in a jacked-up fanbase like Saturday night […]
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - were on hand with a couple of hundred Washington Football fans Wednesday at Husky Stadium to watch Day Six of fall camp. It was a bit of an occasion, as it marked the first practice where the team suited up in full pads. On Tuesday there were a fair few skirmishes, mostly because you could tell they were ready to actually start hitting some people, and so Wednesday granted them that wish. Now, since it's their own teammates, they couldn't go all-out, but UW Head Coach Jimmy Lake did offer the team a chance to go 'live' at the end of practice on fourth downs and any play inside the 10-yard line. The offense won the 'freeze out' competition at the end (a game which includes points given to the offense for touchdowns and field goals, and also to the defense for stops), which meant the defense had to run two gassers. The guys talked about the practice, who stood out, how the quarterbacks, running backs, and receivers looked, as well as their thoughts watching the offensive line move around for the first time in full pads. They then moved over to the defensive side of the ball to talk about the rotations at outside linebacker and safety. There's some healthy competition going on at those positions right now, and the guys break down their observations as the team takes a day off on Thursday. But the Huskies will be right back at work Friday, and they've scheduled another public practice from 10 am to Noon, this time at Memorial Stadium at Seattle Center. It's expected to be a hot day, so plan accordingly! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
-What would be more desired for Nebraska football this year: at 12-sack pass rusher, or a 1,200 yard rusher on offense? -Are you optimistic or concerned about the offensive line this year? -How weird did it feel to see beer sales listed inside Memorial Stadium yesterday? Show sponsored by GANA TRUCKING
-Sip posed the question last week on Twitter and got literally hundreds of responses—and Sip has it down to 12 games of options -Without looking at Sip's list, what would Jake say from his own experiences? Here's a few—2014 Miami, 2016 Oregon, 2010 Oklahoma, 2001 Oklahoma, 2010 Missouri… -What suggestions do listeners have? Show sponsored […]
Five weeks! The countdown is on to the start of the college football season. Nebraska had its annual fan day, and practice has started. In this edition of the Doc Talk Podcast presented by the Rimington Trophy, Dr. Rob Zatechka says we can talk until we are red in the face about what "could" be this season for the Huskers. Still, the reality is nobody has a clue until that first game. What continues to dominate the discussion of college football is conference realignment. Dr. Rob and Travis Justice pick up the conversation right where they left last week. As predicted, a lot has changed since our drunk-filled recording. Texas and Oklahoma accepted the invitation to join the SEC. The move is sure to set off a reaction of even more schools posturing for the massive amounts of money that are sure to be generated. You may have noticed Nebraska and the Big 10, for the matter, have been pretty quiet when it comes to realignment. However, one thing is clear, if the Big 10 is going to keep pace with the SEC, it will have to add more schools. Will they come from the PAC-12, leftovers from the Big-12, or somewhere else? To get us primed for our conversation today, we are drinking "Serendipity" from New Glarus Brewing. A sour ale brewed with cherries, apples, and cranberries. We are always looking for great beers to drink and breweries to promote. If you have suggestions both locally and nationally, send them to us, firstname.lastname@example.org. Nebraska Center, Cam Jurgens is on the recently released Rimington Award watch list. It's given annually to the best Center in college football. Jurgens is one of six Big 10 Conference Centers on the list. This year, the Trophy committee worked with Pro Football Focus (PFF) to narrow down its list to the top 40 centers. The biggest ticket and most in-demand at Memorial Stadium this year is NOT for a football game. Garth Brooks is coming to Lincoln. The show was sold out in a matter of minutes. Chad Carr from Ticket Express stops by the show. You'll hear Chad all season long on this podcast with his weekly "Ticket Talk" segments. Make sure to get your game-day gear at Husker Hounds! There are three locations in Omaha are, and you can also buy online. Nobody has a bigger or better Big Red selection than Husker Hounds. When you are done listening to this episode, please give it a rating or a like on your podcast streaming service. If you feel so inclined, take the time to provide us with a review! Twitter Dr. Rob Zatechka-@doctalksports Travis Justice-@traviscreates Questions? email@example.com
Husker Classic Recaps 2001 Oklahoma at Nebraska. Nick and Former Husker LB Bo Ruud recap the thrilling home win for Nebraska taking down the Sooners. They discuss the setting up of the trick play for Nebraska, Dejuan Groce's excellence as a punt returner, OU missing their trick play, the defenses ruling the day, the incredible execution of Stuntz to Crouch, the noise in Memorial Stadium, and more! Subscribe, rate, and review my podcast wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss an episode! Also follow up on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter OR NickBahe.com A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
-This proves Jake right from weeks ago when he predicted there would be an official announcement from the university about capacity, and Sip said it was assumed at this point to be 100%…regardless, the news is official -With the news was a package promoted to sell tickets to 3 different home games for fans, which […]
Ahead of the 1982 season, the Baltimore Colts were in need of a new head coach after the ousting of Mike McCormack. They found one in Frank Kush, a man with an exceptional college coaching resume after two decades of dominance at Arizona State. It was off the field, in many different respects, that his reputation wasn't so spotless. It was his less than stellar esteem amongst many of his former players that made him a problematic hire for the Colts, and after an extremely rough go of it in 1982, they earned the number one overall pick in the following draft... but it was thanks to Kush, and the chaos that Irsay had sown over the years, that they would have issues with the best prospect the league had ever seen coming to play for them. It was the following year that Bob Irsay's lease with the city of Baltimore at Memorial Stadium expired, making the Colts a free agent on the market for prospective cities to bid on. The result of this process was a chaotic few months over the course of the 1984 offseason that met it's climactic end on a snowy night of late March of that year... thankfully for a city (and a franchise) that had endured so much during and after it, better days would ultimately be ahead. Thanks so much for listening to the series! I hope you guys enjoyed, and please hit me up with your thoughts on Twitter either @PodcastBeatdown, or @Jakelouque - Jake. Sourcing and supplemental audio for today's show in order of appearance: "30 for 30: Elway to Marino," http://www.espn.com/30for30/film/_/page/elwaytomarino https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1982/05/08/jury-finds-against-nfl-in-raiders-antitrust-suit/8b34f54f-10bc-43b0-951c-71867635987a/ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=MPtNAAAAIBAJ&sjid=iosDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4052%2C1147740 https://vault.si.com/vault/1986/12/15/now-you-see-him-now-you-dont https://vault.si.com/vault/1979/10/29/theres-the-devil-to-pay https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/sports/1981/12/22/colts-fire-mccormack-hire-kush/2fc8ce61-7ce9-4830-9ebe-3de9f71e8b45/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/sports/1984/02/08/accorsi-resigns-as-the-colts-gm/73063c5f-c858-4be6-bdf7-32c89e54bc77/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/sports/1984/01/24/irsays-conclusion-phoenix-wont-fly/073e0e02-8919-4da0-b6b3-a358c1dbeaf5/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfMuo9rR-7s&t=56s https://web.archive.org/web/20140729134050/http://www.indystar.com/article/20080815/SPORTS03/808150305/1112/NEWS10 Euchner, Charles C. "Playing the Field: Why Sports Teams Move and Cities Fight to Keep Them." Baltimore, Maryland, The Johns Hopkins University Press, September 1st 1994 https://www.forbes.com/sites/instituteforjustice/2014/03/28/thirty-years-ago-baltimore-tried-to-use-eminent-domain-to-seize-an-nfl-team/?sh=734aada741f5 https://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/bs-xpm-2009-03-26-bal-baltimore-colts-move-timeline-story.html https://theathletic.com/2532338/2021/05/27/sins-of-the-father-what-jim-irsay-learned-watching-his-dad-cripple-the-colts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Most baseball fans are familiar with the World War II-era All-American Girls Professional Baseball League from the hit 1992 movie "A League of Their Own" - but most do not know that there was another pro women's circuit that played only in the greater Chicago area at around the same time. Documentary filmmaker Adam Chu ("Their Turn At Bat") joins the pod to discuss the fascinating story of the National Girls Baseball League (1944-54) - formed out of the city's amateur softball talent-loaded Metropolitan League in 1944 - from which the AAGPBL had recruited many of its initial players a year earlier. Co-founded by area roofing company owner Emery Parichy, Chicago Cardinals NFL football team owner Charles Bidwell and city politician/softball enthusiast Ed Kolski, the NGBL consisted of six heavily sponsored teams (originally the Bloomer Girls, Bluebirds, Chicks, Queens, Cardinals, and Music Maids) - playing in neighborhood baseball parks across Chicago and its nearby suburbs, including Parichy's purpose-built showcase Memorial Stadium in Forest Park. The league regularly drew over half-a-million fans annually with its exclusively underhand-pitching format (the AAGBPL allowed for overhand), and even featured football legend Red Grange as its commissioner for its first three seasons. Although the NGBL and AAGPBL never directly competed against each other on the diamond, they did battle fiercely for players - ultimately leading to a pact between the two to not raid each other's talent - and even a truce of sorts when players from both circuits joined together in the four–team International Girls Baseball League (IGBL) in Miami during the winter of 1952–53.