John Ourand and Andrew Marchand are joined by ESPN Chairman Jimmy Pitaro. Pitaro was a guest at the CAA World Congress of Sports and talked about future of sports broadcasting. This episode also includes Marchand and Ourand's best calls of the week such as Michele Tafoya's sideline work during the Monday Night Football delay in Kansas City. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
NBC Sports' Michele Tafoya, award-winning reporter for Sunday Night Football joins Pete Sweeney to discuss the Chiefs and Ravens Sunday Night Football showdown. Michele discusses her biggest storylines heading into this game, as well as the players with the most to prove, and her favorite current Kansas City Chief to interview. After the interview stick around for Stephen Serda and Mark Gunnels discussing some of Michele's keys to get game, and why she was dead-on about who has the most to prove. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's edition of CowboysCast, Bobby Belt (@BobbyBeltTX) talks with former Chargers receivers coach Phil McGeoghan (@philmcgeoghan). Phil shares his thoughts on Dallas' performance against the Buccaneers, where he thinks Mike McCarthy excels, and the challenges the Chargers offense will pose to the Cowboys next week. Plus, Bobby answers your questions, and addresses Michele Tafoya's interesting report about Dak Prescott's health prior to last week's opener. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michele Tafoya joins us to discuss being in sports media during a pandemic, covering games in empty stadiums, Olympics in Tokyo, offseason preparation, an outlook on the 2021 NFL season, and much more!
When you can talk babies, bad days and basketball all in one breath, you know you've made a connection. This week's episode of "Happiness through Hardship" - The Podcast feels like a conversation with a childhood friend sharing intimate stories of IVF and the angst we all feel during hard times. Three-time Emmy award winning TV reporter and producer, Kristen Hewitt, is known throughout Florida as the sideline reporter for the Miami Heat. She's also an award winning writer and highly acclaimed entrepreneur running her full service communications agency misMEDIA. On this episode, Kristen shares tools that helped her deal with a decade of infertility that she still uses today when coping with anxiety and life's stressors. I met Kristen several years ago - shortly after I started Pretty Wellness. Both of us having a sports background - we instantly connected talking about the NBA…It was as if we had worked together for years because like a work bestie - you talk shop and then life…and that's what we did. In our next conversations we jumped into stories of our pasts, laughing at childhood woes but also tearing up sharing our vulnerabilities. Not only has she led a high powered career, she still is always helping others - whether it's sharing career advice or giving recommendations on how to grow a social media presence, she's a mentor to many. As a public figure she provides resources and tools, as she does in this episode to "be who you want to be." Something she not only shares with women around the world, but also her two miracle babies who are now tweens. If you like this episode please rate, review and follow/subscribe. You leaving a review helps us with our podcast ranking. The higher we are ranked, the more people can discover our show. Our hope is to inspire others to find a little joy during whatever journey they are going through in life. SHOW NOTES 7:52 - Kristen's struggle with conception and fear of needles 9:50 - Healing the body and being present 12:16 - The IVF process and tapping into affirmations and journaling 14:50 - The miracle birth of Kristen's two children 16:27 - Tips on navigating the chaos of social media 19:53 - The only way out is through: not putting a band-aid on hard feelings 21:42 - "Morning pages" - how journaling centers and eases anxiety 27:28 - Advice on finding a life that you love 29:59 - The importance of support during hardship 31:17 - Scheduling the people you love into your week/month 33:44 - How COVID allowed us to return to a simpler time 35:55 - The blessings and curse of social media: what to read and not read 37:09 - Talking healthy steps to feel happier and healthier BOOKS WE DISCUSSED "The Artist's Way" by Julia Cameron: https://amzn.to/2TCaM4R "You Can Heal Your Life" by Louise Hay: https://amzn.to/3gRGSlt "A New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle: https://amzn.to/35qshYQ "Essentialism" by Greg McKeown: https://amzn.to/2UbvARd CONNECT WITH KRISTEN misMEDIA: http://mismediasavvy.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KristenHewittTV/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kristenhewitttv/ WANT MORE: If you liked this episode about miracle babies, check out episode 2 with Michele Tafoya and episode 13 with Lauren Mika. Ep. 2: NFL Talks, Infertility and Adoption – A Miracle & a Gift – Michele Tafoya/NBC Sports: https://prettywellness.com/michele-tafoya/ Ep. 13: Double Miracles – 2x Cancer Survivor and Twins - Lauren Chiarello Mika: https://prettywellness.com/twins/ CONNECT with us: www.PrettyWellness.com/podcast - for more information on the podcast episodes www.PrettyWellness.com/cancer-resources - easily accessible cancer information www.Instagram.com/prettywellness - for daily wellness tips www.CarynSullivan.com - for more information on media, speaking engagements and book partnerships Our Social Media: www.Instagram.com/prettywellness www.Facebook.com/PrettyWellness www.Twitter.com/PrettyWellness To Buy the Book: Happiness through Hardship - The Book: amzn.to/39PAjuT
Joining me in the Huddle this week is Michele Tafoya. Since 2011, she has been a reporter for NBC Sports, primarily as a sideline reporter for NBC Sunday Night Football. We find out that her love for sports came from the passion her dad had for sports, a die-hard San Francisco 49ers fan. Her father Orlando Tafoya grew up in San Francisco and attended many games at Kezar Stadium. Michele describes her parents as compassionate and inspiring role models; she gives them much credit for her success. By the time Michele was 27, she had earned her Bachelors in Mass Communications from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. During her time at graduate school, she really thought about exactly what it was she wanted to do. What she knew was, she loves sports and she loves journalism. She thought if she could marry the two together she would never work a day in her life. There was no shortage of inspiration for her dreams. She admired the works of Lesley Visser and Robin Roberts and felt confident that she could do what they do. She landed her first gig in her professional broadcasting career; she moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, and started covering games not only for the NFL Vikings but the University of Minnesota women’s basketball team as well. From there she accepted an offer in Charlotte, North Carolina. She was a color analyst for the men’s basketball team for the University of North Carolina; in 1993 she was the first woman to hold that position. As Michele became more recognized she also became more sought after. From 1994 to 1999 she co-hosted "CBS Sports Spectacular". In 1996 she positioned herself as the first woman to call television play-by-play of an NCAA Tournament game. Michele quite frequently works several jobs at a time. She is of course humbly proud of her accomplishments, but she credits hard work and dedication for her success. In the new millennium, Michele spent the next decade with ABC and ESPN, in 2004 she was allowed to report side by side with Al Michaels and John Madden for ABC’s Monday Night Football. By 2011 Michele had earned so much respect she was offered a position of sideline reporter for the most-watched weekly game. She was back with Al Michaels for NBC’s Sunday Night Football. With her outstanding sports personality, she won two Emmys; one in her first year with Sunday Night Football and the second in 2013. And in 2014 Michele won her second Gracie Award for her work on Lifetime again, but with the Sunday Night Football syndicate.
Perhaps the most interesting man in Minnesota, Bud Grant played basketball for the Minneapolis Lakers before becoming a Hall of Fame head coach for the Minnesota Vikings. Sunday Night Football’s Michele Tafoya, a longtime Minnesota resident, explores how Grant became the only person to play in both the NBA and NFL.Guests include:Bud Grant (Hall of Fame coach)Tony Dungy (Hall of Fame coach)Fran Tarkenton (Hall of Fame quarterback)Paul Allen (Vikings radio play-by-play voice)Bob Hagan (Vikings historian)Mike Grant (Bud’s son and longtime HS football coach)
Big 10 Commish Kevin Warren starts the show for a couple segments, and Denard Span ends the first hour...Leber in for two mid way thru, followed by Michele Tafoya...Final hour features Matt Birk with teammate and SBXLVII MVP Joe Flacco, then Birk sticks around to chat with former Vikings teammate and SB winner with the Patriots, Jermaine Wiggins!
NBC Sports’ Michele Tafoya and Rich discuss her latest podcast on the one-year anniversary of Kobe Bryant’s death, her reaction to Tom Brady making his 10th Super Bowl, and the Patrick Mahomes vs Brady storyline. Rich and the guys react to Aaron Rodgers latest comments on his future with the Packers, and Rams’ GM Les Sneed’s non-committal comments about Jared Goff’s future as L.A.’s starting quarterback. Actor Aldis Hodge and Rich discuss his new film ‘One Night in Miami’ where he portrays Browns Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown, award-winning actress Regina King’s directorial debut, and weather ‘Die Hard’ is a Christmas movie.
Dan Woike joins us to talk about the state of the Lakers and how formidable the new look Nets will be. Michele Tafoya from NBC joins us to talk about a podcast she hosted that honors the life of Kobe Bryant.
Steve Sarkisian tells Dan how he plans to out recruit Nick Saban now that he is the new head coach at Texas. Michele Tafoya tells Dan about the worse weather she is ever worked in. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
We're on the cusp of Ravens/Bills tomorrow night. So what's the pick? We opened Friday's show by making our weekly picks for that and the other three NFL Divisional Round games. Glenn attempted to use "strategy" because he's in serious danger of having to eat the peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwiches. Late in Hour 1, NBC's Michele Tafoya checked in before she works the sidelines tomorrow night-she gave us her strategy for keeping warm and then broke down the storylines for tomorrow night's game. Early in Hour 2, "The Edge" from Big Fat Winners checked in to help us try to make some money this weekend, then at the bottom of Hour 2, ABC2 meteorologist Stevie Daniels told us what we could expect weather-wise tomorrow night in Buffalo (she used to work in the market!). And we wrapped the show by listening to Jobbing Out's interview with Baltimore native/IMPACT wrestling world champion Rich Swann.
How did Gayle Sierens become the first woman to call play-by-play of an NFL game, and why did it take 30 years for another woman to do the same? Sunday Night Football reporter Michele Tafoya investigates by talking to Sierens, her broadcast partner and the pioneering producer who made it happen. Guests include:Gayle Sierens (First woman to call an NFL game) Beth Mowins (Second woman to call an NFL game) Dave Rowe (Sierens’ broadcast partner) Michael Weisman (former NBC Sports producer)
Have you or someone you know thought about having kids, but questioned whether the time or situation was right? This week's guest on "Happiness through Hardship" - The Podcast can relate. Camille Hammond is a sports marketing dynamo and cherished executive for Kroenke Sports and Entertainment. A thoughtful leader, mentor and role-model, Camille focused on building a successful career first. She believed family and motherhood would come when the time was right. Then, in her mid-30’s, she realized her biological clock was ticking. Rather than harp on what wasn’t happening, she sought out nontraditional ways to be a parent. Camille is brave, beautiful and shares her story providing inspiration and tips for women considering having a child on their own. Camille provides insight on how she has navigated this nontraditional path to motherhood. Whether you're single or have been a parent for years, you will enjoy her story. A life-long swimmer, daughter of a professional athlete and now mother of 9-year old twins, Camille also talks about fitness, healthy living and the support of extended family especially her mom. In addition, we laugh about her daily daughter dance parties. I'm excited to share with you this episode. Check out some others focused on parenting including NBC Sunday Night Football’s Michele Tafoya talking about infertility and adoption as well as Christine St. Vil who shares best practices digital learning. I guarantee you will get something out of these...and when you do, please rate, review and subscribe. You leaving a review helps us with our podcast ranking. The higher we are ranked, the more people can discover our show and the more inspirational content we can bring to you and others. SHOW NOTES Camille Hammond bio: https://www.coloradoclassic.com/camillehammondbio Camille Hammond feature: https://www.nba.com/nuggets/news/camille-hammond-20200330 Who is BTS: https://www.oprahmag.com/entertainment/a27338485/who-is-bts/ RELEVANT EPISODES - PARENTHOOD Episode 2: Michele Tafoya: NFL Talks, Infertility & Adoption - A Miracle and a Gift: https://prettywellness.com/michele-tafoya/ Episode 12: Christine St. Vil: Helpful Hints from a Homeschooling Expert - Digital Learning and Beyond: https://prettywellness.com/homeschooling/ Episode 16: Laura McCarthy: Single Moming and Simple Styling: https://prettywellness.com/styling/ CONNECT with us: www.PrettyWellness.com/podcast - for more information on the podcast episodes www.PrettyWellness.com/cancer-resources - easily accessible cancer information www.Instagram.com/prettywellness - for daily wellness tips www.CarynSullivan.com - for more information Our Social Media: www.Instagram.com/prettywellness www.Facebook.com/PrettyWellness www.Twitter.com/PrettyWellness To Buy the Book: Happiness through Hardship - The Book: amzn.to/39PAjuT To Donate a Book to a Cancer Center: PrettyWellness.com/book
Kathleen opens the show with a freshly poured spicy bloody Mary, mixed with Sausage Tree Irish vodka in her favorite Imo’s Pizza pint glass. DOLLY PARTON QUOTE: Kathleen reads a Dolly Parton quote involving men’s intentions and her own female intuition. “BAD GOOD FOOD”: In her quest for new and delicious not-so-nutritious junk food, Kathleen describes to listeners the taste of Hershey’s Kisses new limited edition Sugar Cookie candy, which she samples for the first time while recording the Pubcast and immediately realizes that the candy doesn’t pair well with a bloody Mary. Kathleen recovers and tells listeners that the newly released Gingerbread Oreo cookies will get anyone in the holiday spirit even during a pandemic, and if those don’t make you break out your reindeer bells she recommends Cheetos White Cheddar Snowflakes (which actually pair well with everything that Kathleen drinks ☺)KATHLEEN’S QUEENS GET BUSY: Kathleen follows up on her story from EP 17 regarding Cher traveling to Pakistan over Thanksgiving to meet an elephant named Kaavan. Cher has been lobbying to relocate the pachyderm from its most recent home at the Islamabad Zoo to a sanctuary in Cambodia, and she flew to meet and serenade Kaavan before his departure for his new home. Stevie Nicks announced this week that she has sold a majority of her publishing catalog to publisher Primary Wave for a reported $100 million. Kathleen goes off on Stevie for selling her precious hits that Kathleen loves so dearly, and is upset to advise listeners that along with the catalog purchase, Primary Wave also has access to Nicks’s name and likeness, and has established a partnership with the singer to allow her to sign new songwriters in a joint venture. Kathleen finishes her rant telling listeners that she’s considering starting a Go-Fund-Me for Stevie to prevent further insane decisions in the future on behalf of her most devoted fans. HOLIDAY CHRISMAS MOVIE TIME: Kathleen has become somewhat addicted to the cheesy nature of Hallmark Christmas movies, disclosing to listeners that she watches at least one movie every night during the holiday season. She has branched out from the original Hallmark Channel to also watch holiday movies on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel, Lifetime, and Netflix. Kathleen has created her “Good” and “Bad” list of common themes in the majority of these movie plots, DEATH OF A SLIM JIM: In keeping with her gas station food palette, Kathleen tells listeners that she LOVES Slim Jim jerky snacks, and is extremely sad to hear that the inventor of the Slim Jim recently passed away from complications of COVID-19. Alonzo “Lon” T. Adams II died at the age of 95 in North Carolina, and spent the better part of his 25+ year career at GoodMark Foods perfecting the current recipe for the classic Slim Jim. ANIMALS MOST LIKELY TO KILL YOU BY STATE: Kathleen continues with the new segment of the Pubcast: Animals Most Likely to Kill You (By State), as reported by the Center for Disease Control. If you live in Arkansas or Idaho and die by animal encounter, you’ve most likely run into a bear. FEMALE FANS AND THE NFL: Kathleen is alarmed when she reads to listeners the recent comments from NBC NFL sportscaster Cris Collinsworth regarding women’s knowledge of football. While broadcasting a recent Pittsburgh Steelers game, Collinsworth stated that he was “blown away” by the questions from female fans of the team, which came across as extremely sexist when he insinuated that female fans don’t have a lot of general knowledge about how football is played. Kathleen tells listeners that the irony of those comments is that Collinsworth has worked with veteran sideline reporter Michele Tafoya for years now, and he has also worked on segments involving female NFL coaches. Kathleen boasts that her favorite sportscasters include Greg Gumbel, Bob Ley, and Mike Tirico, and that she and her mom beat her dad every week in the family NFL pool proving that women actually DO use their football knowledge in the Madigan family tree. TIGER BITE AT BIG CAT RESCUE: Like many listeners, Kathleen was obsessed with the Netflix documentary “Tiger King” about private zoo owner Joe Exotic and his feud with Carole Baskin from Tampa-based Big Cat Rescue. Baskin’s big cat sanctuary has come back into the national news last week when a volunteer nearly had her arm torn off by a tiger. Kathleen reviews the circumstances surrounding the incident, and also Baskin’s two dismal performances on Season 29 of ABC’s reality show “Dancing With the Stars.” AIRLINES VS EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS: As a frequent flier, Kathleen has strong feelings regarding Emotional Support Animals flying on commercial planes. Until November 2020, the federal government had no law regarding emotional support animals, which effectively required airlines to accommodate any animal that was presented with appropriate documentation from a doctor as a service animal. Airlines maintain that the old policy under the Air Carrier Access Act had been abused and was dangerous to flight crews and passengers, and as a result US Department of Transportation has ruled that only dogs qualify as service animals. Kathleen secretly loved seeing strange Support Animals in the airport every week, including kangaroos, monkeys, and the infamous peacock that made national news when its owner said she couldn’t fly without it. ZOMBIE MINK: Kathleen reads an article from Denmark where several thousand mink carcasses rose from the ground weeks after being buried. Denmark is one of the mink capitals of the world supplying pelts for the global fur industry, and these particular group of weasels were believed to be carriers of the COVID-19 virus. Kathleen evaluates the horror experienced by locals at the sight of the dead animals. 2020 CHRISTMAS STAR: Kathleen tells listeners of a rare occurrence set to take place December 21st, 2020 when Jupiter and Saturn will cross paths and appear to be a mega-star, or “Christmas Star.” Historians believe that the Three Wise Men tracking the birth of Jesus could have been following a similar celestial event, rather than the recorded “Star of Nazareth.”JESUS’ CHILDHOOD HOME DISCOVERED: Kathleen shares breaking news from Jerusalem with listeners, where archaeologists believe to have discovered the childhood home of Jesus. MYSTERY OF THE WEEK: Kathleen discusses the mystery behind the buried treasure of New York City gangster Dutch Schultz. Three groups of treasure hunters are looking for the missing loot, and PBS has released the documentary “Secrets Of The Dead: Gangster’s Gold” detailing the history of Schultz, and the hunt for his missing fortune.
Michele Tafoya is in Pittsburgh for the Steelers vs Ravens game today. Michele tells Dan that there will be a game today, but that there is a host of players who will not be playing today. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Seahawks Safety Jamal Adams and Rich discuss Seattle’s big win over their division rival Cardinals, how he’s fit in with the Seahawks’ D following his trade from the Jets, how much of a mental toll playing in New York took on him, and whether Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence should avoid playing for the Jets, and what he’s learned from playing with Russell Wilson (1:15). NBC Sports’ Sunday Night Football’s Michele Tafoya and Rich discuss what it’s like to be an NFL sideline reporter during the Covid crisis, the Covid-19 impact on the Raiders vs Chiefs pivotal AFC West Week 11 matchup, the potential of Raiders RB Josh Jacbos, and her reaction to the Saints starting Taysom Hill over Jameis Winston in Week 11, (24:09). Rich and Brockman wrap up the hour recapping the latest NBA free agency and trade rumors (50:51). Thank you to today's sponsors: Geico = In just 15 minutes you could save you 15% or more on car insurance. Visit Geico.com Pluto TV = Drop in. It's free. 100s of free TV channels and 1000s of movies and TV shows. Visit Pluto.TV
Why did the Raiders trade head coach Jon Gruden, and why did they spend $100 million to bring him back? Michele Tafoya, the longtime Sunday Night Football sideline reporter, unmasks Gruden by talking to his closest confidants and "Chucky" himself.Guests include:Derrick Brooks (Hall of Fame Buccaneers linebacker)Tim Brown (Hall of Fame Raiders wide receiver)Rich Gannon (Longtime Raiders quarterback)Jon Gruden (Raiders head coach)Chris Simms (NBC Sports analyst and former Buccaneers quarterback)Mike Tirico (NBC Sports host and Gruden's play-by-play partner on Monday Night Football)Amy Trask (Longtime Raiders CEO)
Heidi Fang is joined by NBC Sports sideline reporter Michele Tafoya who previews her podcast, Sports Uncovered: Jon Gruden and the Raiders, which debuts Thurs., Nov. 19 and can be found among NBC Sports Podcasts.
On this episode of 49ers Talk, Matt Maiocco and Laura Britt are joined by Sunday Night Football’s Michele Tafoya to discuss the current state of the 49ers, including how major injuries have derailed their season and if they still have a chance to make the playoffs. Then, former 49ers linebacker and NBC Sports Bay Area analyst Takeo Spikes breaks down the 49ers' Week 6 matchup against the Rams and what coordinator Robert Saleh and the defense need to do to regain their dominant form. (3:30) Can Shanahan get 49ers back on track this weekend? (8:21) Tafoya on covering NFL this season(10:15) Tafoya details the 49ers' main problem(13:50) Tafoya expresses the reasons for the 49ers’ slow start (17:35) Tafoya shares her opinion on the 49ers’ playoff chances (23:05) Will 49ers make the playoffs this season? (27:50) Lessons learned from the 49ers‘ injuries (31:08) Spikes discusses if Garoppolo should have played against the Dolphins (37:49) How should 49ers deal with Aaron Donald? (42:32) Spikes details how Saleh should prepare for Rams
This episode covers Pam Oliver and Michele Tafoya impact on female broadcasting . I also talk about Brady vs Foles and how the game will play out between both teams --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
NBC Sport's Michele Tafoya sits down with Joe to look ahead to Sunday Night Football's match-up against the Vikings.1:45 Joe Fann looks back at the Miami game5:00 Century Link field with no fans7:00 Seattle brings their own juice to the field8:00 Production stories of the Seahawks10:30 Evolution of Russell Wilson12:00 2015 Ice Bowl17:00 Looking ahead to Vikings
As the NBC Sunday Night Football crew prepares for what we all hope will be a full season of NFL football, Michele Tafoya joins us on the Silvi Knows podcast to tell us what we can expect when it comes to their national broadcasts. Tafoya will not be able to roam the sidelines this season due to Covid restrictions. She explains her new broadcasting position inside stadiums, reporting from a "moat" (2:00). She also tells us what she's looking forward to most as the season gets underway (4:45) and what it will be like inside stadiums with limited or no fans, especially at CenturyLink Field in Seattle (6:30). Tafoya has tried to make the most of her time during this pandemic with personal projects (9:45). She also gives us her own take on managing life through the pandemic (10:45) which includes a lighthearted answer on her favorite show she's been binge watching this summer (12:45) all on this week's Silvi Knows podcast.
Darren Smith and Sterling Holmes discuss athletes using their platforms, as well as both baseball and basketball's potential return. Then, the show talks with NBC's Michele Tafoya about things around the NFL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today’s episode, Ryan and Michele Tafoya, NFL sideline reporter and radio host, discuss self-improvement in quarantine, sympatheia, and more.This episode is brought to you by WHOOP. WHOOP is a fitness wearable that provides personalized insights on how well you’re sleeping, how much you’ve recovered from your workouts, and how much you’re stressed out from each day. It’s the ultimate whole-body tracker for someone who needs an all-in-one solution. Visit WHOOP.com and enter STOIC at checkout to save 15% on your order.This episode is brought to you by Mack Weldon, an amazing online retailer for men’s basics. Mack Weldon believes in smart design, premium fabrics and simple shopping—and they’ve created a great new loyalty program, Weldon Blue. Try out Mack Weldon today. And for 20% off your first order, visit http://mackweldon.com and use promo code STOIC.***If you enjoyed this week’s podcast, we’d love for you to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps with our visibility, and the more people listen to the podcast, the more we can invest into it and make it even better.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: DailyStoic.com/signupFollow @DailyStoic:Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryanholidayInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ryanholiday/Facebook: http://facebook.com/ryanholidayYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/dailystoicFollow Michele Tafoya: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Michele_TafoyaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/micheleonsundays/Facebook: https://facebook.com/michele.tafoya.vandersall
HOUR 3: Michele Tafoya of NBC Sports is a Minneapolis resident and was today’s mystery guest. Michele and the guys discussed the events in her city of Minneapolis, how the protests affect Colin Kaepernick’s chances of returning and more. MLBPA has a counter proposal for a 114 game season 6-1-20
OMF - Michele Tafoya, a Minneapolis resident, joined us as today's mystery guest. We discussed the events in her city, Kaepernick and more 6-1-20
She seems to have it all - star power, sports broadcasting talent and a beautiful, loving family. She does...but building that family wasn’t easy. Multi-Award winning sports journalist, Michele Tafoya, is a side-line reporter for Sunday Night Football and the only three-time winner of the Sports Emmy for Outstanding Sports Personality. A versatile talent, she’s covered a wide range of sports from the Super Bowl to Olympic swimming as well as NCAA basketball and so much more. On top of her stellar career record, she has a reputation for being kind-hearted, authentic and a Minnesota lover. Today on Happiness through Hardship - The Podcast, Michele shares her story of infertility and the long road it took to conceive (her miracle) and then adopt (her gift.) She also shares her thoughts on trusting her doctors, gratitude for the medical community and the miracle of a baby’s smile. You can connect with Michele on Instagram at Http://Instagram.com/micheleonsundays , Twitter at http://Twitter.com/Michele_Tafoya and Cameo at https://www.cameo.com/micheletafoya Please join me on Episode 2 to learn how finding joy within the journey of infertility led to a miracle and a gift. And make sure you listen to the end, for when we play The Gratitude Game together - hint we talk about smoothies, UGG slippers and more... Also, please take a minute to rate, review and subscribe. You leaving a review helps us with our podcast ranking. The higher we are ranked, the more people can discover our show. Tune in every Wednesday for new episodes and Fridays for mini-episodes. Other show notes links: http://PrettyWellness.com/cancer-resources - easily accessible cancer information http://Instagram.com/prettywellness - for daily wellness tips http://PrettyWellness.com/podcast http://CarynSullivan.com http://Facebook.com/PrettyWellness http://Twitter.com/PrettyWellness Happiness through Hardship - The Book: https://amzn.to/39PAjuT
Michele Tafoya joins us to discuss how athletes have changed their mental approach to the game over the years. We also discuss the impact of stoicism in sports and of course we delve into the Super Bowl matchup between the Chiefs and 49ers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The show is called Car Selling Secrets, but nobody ever said we can't talk about other kinds of secrets. Eating disorders, for example, are often kept a secret. Some secrets are worth keeping; that one isn't. And speaking of confessions, there are almost as many denominations of Christianity as there are people on earth. Several of those denominations are represented in this room.
On a Week 6 edition of Chargers Weekly, Chris Hayre is joined by former No. 1 overall pick Mike Vick (45:55), "Sunday Night Football" sideline reporter Michele Tafoya (0:45), "Good Morning Football" host Kay Adams (17:20) and Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (31:30).
JJ Stankevitz chats with 5 of the primary members of NBC's Sunday Night Football broadcast team ahead of Thursday's season opener. Play-by-play announcer Al Michaels (1:30), color commentator Cris Collinsworth (5:20), sideline reporter Michele Tafoya (12:30), studio host Mike Tirico (17:00), and studio analyst Rodney Harrison (22:00) all discuss what the Bears' prospects look like this season. Then, Luke Stuckmeyer and former Bears head coach Dave Wannstedt break down everything about the tilt against Green Bay (26:30).
Episode 84 features my conversation with Michele Tafoya of NBC Sports. She’s one of the best sideline reporters of all time and a pioneering woman in sportscasting. Topics of discussion include: Her experience covering four different Super Bowls and how it’s not like any other game. Finding the people she wants to interview on the crowded field after a Super Bowl. … Read More The post EP 084: Michele Tafoya, NBC Sports appeared first on SayTheDamnScore.com.
In episode 48 of the podcast we are joined by 2 time Emmy Winner, Former ESPN Sideline Reporter, and current NBC Sunday Night Football Sideline reporter Michele Tafoya!Michele gives us some insight into her incredibly successful career including what it's like to be a part of Sunday Night Football, struggles to make it where she is today, the tireless preparation on a week to week basis, and how she manages to balance her busy career with a family.Music credit: Victory - Hip Hop Beat. Check out their YouTube channel "Copyright Free Music"
Michele Tafoya, broadcast sports journalist for NBC Sports, dishes to Ben Domenech about what it's like to chase down players and coaches on the sideline. They talk football, her journalism career, overtime rules, and her predictions for the Super Bowl game this Sunday.
Hosts: Carolyn Manno, Jeff Burton & Steve Letarte from the Charlotte Studio. We’ll look back at Sunday’s elimination race in the Round of 12 at Kansas Speedway. Chase Elliott took the checkered flag for his 2nd win of the Playoffs. Can Elliott carry his momentum into the Round of 8 and grab a spot in the Championship 4? Dave Burns spoke to Elliott’s crew chief Alan Gustafson to get his take on the 9 team’s performance.We’ve got reaction from drivers who advanced to the Round of 8 and those who had their title hopes dashed for the season. Dave Burns was busy today! He was also at Stewart-Haas Racing. Can SHR get all 4 of its cars to the Championship round at Miami? Our panel will look at their chances. Plus, we’ll see how are our broadcasters fared in NASCAR Fantasy Live action and re-visit Sunday Night Football reporter Michele Tafoya’s hot lap in the Toyota On-Track Camry with Jeff Burton.
Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve calls in from Washington, where her team washed the feet of underprivileged elementary school kids and presented them with new shoes and socks. The show is sponsored by FreeHousempls.com and The Lynhall, which on Thursday will begin The Wisdom Series by interviewing Michele Tafoya.
Michele Tafoya is an American sportscaster. Since 2011, she has been a reporter for NBC Sports, featuring as the sideline reporter for NBC Sunday Night Football. She did the Super Bowl last night. Is there a "secret" to success? Yes, but it's not a secret. Michele shares the secret...that you already knew. Listen to Michele: For more from Michele, check out youtube and tune into NBC Sports. As the late great Jim Rohn use to say, you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. Today you have been hanging out with Michele Tafoya. Keep up the momentum and subscribe to our newsletter so you never miss another episode. We'll catch you on the next show and thanks so much for listening. See ya! If you enjoyed this episode please share it on social media and send it to someone that could use extra motivation in their life. Do you have any thoughts or comments?Please visit: www.GeorgeBalek.com Please take 60 seconds to leave an HONEST review for the Expect Success Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely important for me to make this show better.Finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes so that you get updates and new episodes downloaded to your phone automatically. Click Here to Subscribe via iTunes Click Here to Subscribe via StitcherClick Here to Subscribe via RSS (non-iTunes feed) Get in on the Miraculous CBD Oil Phenomenon! (our sponsor hempworx cbd hemp oil by my daily choice)
Our Super Bowl special from Minneapolis begins with Melissa's explanation of the monstrous Mall of America and its strange yet endearing logistics for the Eagles and Patriots.(2:02)Then Melissa is joined in person by SB Nation's Charlotte Wilder who is on a quest to decipher Tom Brady's fake newspaper. (8:41) Later in the episode Melissa chats with NBC sideline reporter Michele Tafoya about the intricacies of working a Super Bowl and whether she would want to move into the booth. (21:51). And finally, Melissa makes a Super Bowl prediction and throws in two props with extreme confidence! (31:26)
IT'S HUMP DAY PEOPLE FINALLY! IT IS ALSO the first day we are on TV! YES! We start the show off with the weird feeling it is being on TV and Radio at the same time, but we get through it and are happy that the move has finally been made, and we are here in our new studio for good! We of course start the show off with some Blazer pre talk for today's game and the matchup we have. We dive in later on what LeBron James and his legacy is in this league, why was Russell Westbrooke being petty to Dame for, and if the Eagles even have a shot to win it all in the Super Bowl. We had a HUGE selection of guests today! We of course had Terry Stotts, Michele Tafoya, and Rich Eisen to start of the big first day over here at NBC Sports Northwest!
Host Chris Gasper and Pats reporter Jim McBride break down the news that the Patriots have claimed tight end Martellus Bennett off waivers. Then, Michele Tafoya, Emmy award-winning sideline reporter for NBC Sunday Night Football, joins to talk about the NFL season so far, the upcoming Patriots-Broncos game, and what being a sideline reporter entails. She also looks back on her career and talks about her close bond with a beloved Celtic. Boston area listeners, join the Endless Thread team on July 25 for a behind-the-scenes look at our five-part series, "Infectious: The Strange Past and Surprising Present of Vaccines – And Anti-Vaxxers." Event info: https://wbur.fm/2XXJIts
In this edition of the Cover 2 podcast, Don Banks and Nick Stevens recap all the action from NFL Week 6 and discuss Aaron Rodgers injury and its impact on the NFC. NBC Sports sideline reporter Michele Tafoya calls in to discuss the Patriots-Falcons rematch set for Sunday Night Football on NBC. We talk a little Boston sports with the Gordon Hayward injury and how it will effect the Celtics, as well as our thoughts on the Red Sox managerial search.
Terrell Davis, Michele Tafoya, Nick Ferguson and Ellis Wyms join hosts Kordell Stewart and Brian Webber to discuss the SNF matchup between the Broncos and the Chiefs, getting Tyreek Hill more involved in the Chiefs offense, whether or not the Broncos need a new QB next year, who the Cowboys team MVP will be and the performance and progress of the Titans.
Michele Tafoya, NBC Sports, joins hosts Kordell Stewart and Brian Webber to discuss the SNF matchup between the Broncos and the Chiefs, getting Tyreek Hill involved in the Chiefs offense and the Broncos offensive issues.
Michele Tafoya, Nick Ferguson and Ellis Wyms join hosts Kordell Stewart and Brian Webber to discuss the Sunday Night Football match-up between the Packers and the Redskins, Aaron Rodgers personal struggles, Luke Kuechly's injury and the Panthers win over the Saints in TNF.
Michele Tafoya, NBC Sports, joins hosts Kordell Stewart and Brian Webber to preview Sunday Night Football and discuss the Redskins offensive weapons, Kirk Cousins performance, Aaron Rodgers personal issues and what RB Christine Michael can bring to the Packers offense.
This week on Thursday Night Tailgate our guests are: Leslie Koerdt of CBS Sports Radio in Houston, former Chiefs & Jets Pro Bowl Kicker Nick Lowery, Lions Hall of Fame DB Lem Barney, in our 12th Man segment Sports 1 Marketing CEO David Meltzer will talk with NFL sideline reporter Michele Tafoya, and former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins will join us for our 5 Star Picks of the Week. Join Chris Mascaro and Bob Lazzari every Thursday night from 8:00-10:00 PM EST as they talk with current and former players and coaches from around the NFL & CFL on "Thursday Night Tailgate." Chris and Bob talk football with the greats of the game year round so set a reminder, you don't want to miss an episode. Plus, check out the TNT web site: www.thursdaynighttailgate.com to keep track of upcoming guests, stream or download any of our archived episodes, plus see what players are saying about the show. “I want to congratulate you on your outstanding show. I’m extraordinarily impressed. I’ve been on a lot of shows over the years in various cities but this one is exceptional." Andy Russell, Former Pittsburgh Steelers LB
It's a Sunday Night Football version of the show today, First we visit with SNF's long-time Sideline Reporter Michele Tafoya! Jim chats with Michele about NBC's SNF matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the New Orleans Saints. Next, Jim talks to SNF's Medical Expert Mike Ryan! They discuss all current injuries including all the QB troubles in the NFL. Finally, it's Rick Horrow of Horrow Sports Ventures to give us the dollars and sense. #NFL #WhoDat #Cowboys #MLB #Postseason