Join 2020 Lannan Prize recipients Angela Y. Davis, Mike Davis, and Ruth Wilson Gilmore for a conversation hosted by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor. The Lannan Cultural Freedom Prize for 2020 was awarded to Angela Y. Davis for her lifetime achievements as a public intellectual advocating for racial, gender, and economic justice; to Mike Davis for his life's work as a public intellectual who encourages critical analysis of society in the service of constructing an alternative, post-capitalist future in both theory and practice; and Ruth Wilson Gilmore for a lifetime of achievement as a public intellectual working toward the decarceration of California, the United States, and the world. Join all three, along with Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor for a conversation on abolition, cultural freedom, and liberation. Speakers: Mike Davis, professor emeritus of creative writing at UC Riverside, joined the San Diego chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality in 1962 at age 16 and the struggle for racial and social equality has remained the lodestar of his life. His City of Quartz challenged reigning celebrations of Los Angeles from the perspectives of its lost radical past and insurrectionary future. His wide-ranging work has married science, archival research, personal experience, and creative writing with razor-sharp critiques of empires and ruling classes. He embodies the Lannan vision of working at the intersection of art and social justice. Angela Y. Davis is Distinguished Professor Emerita in the History of Consciousness and Feminist Studies Departments at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Dr. Davis grew up in Birmingham, Alabama, and has been an activist and Marxist-Feminist in the Black Power and abolitionist movements since the late 1960s. In the 1980s, her book Women, Race and Class helped to establish the concept of intersectionality. She also helped to develop the concept of prison abolition, especially in her books Are Prisons Obsolete? . Ruth Wilson Gilmore is Professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences and Director of the Center for Place, Culture, and Politics at the City University of New York Graduate Center. Co-founder of many grassroots organizations including the California Prison Moratorium Project, Critical Resistance, and the Central California Environmental Justice Network, Gilmore is author of the prize-winning Golden Gulag: Prisons, Surplus, Crisis, and Opposition in Globalizing California. Recent publications include, co-edited with Paul Gilroy, Stuart Hall: Selected Writings on Race and Difference. Forthcoming projects include Change Everything: Racial Capitalism and the Case for Abolition; Abolition Geography: Essays Toward Liberation. Gilmore has lectured in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor writes and speaks on Black politics, social movements, and racial inequality in the United States. She is author of From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation (a Lannan Cultural Freedom Especially Notable Book Award recipient) and editor of How We Get Free. Her third book, Race for Profit was a finalist for a National Book Award for nonfiction, and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for History. She is a contributing writer at The New Yorker and professor at Princeton University. This event is a partnership between Lannan Foundation and Haymarket Books. Lannan Foundation's Readings & Conversations series features inspired writers of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, as well as cultural freedom advocates with a social, political, and environmental justice focus. Lannan Foundation is a family foundation dedicated to cultural freedom, diversity, and creativity through projects that support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, inspired Native activists in rural communities, and social justice advocates. Watch the live event recording: https://youtu.be/WLO0UuSnPzU Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks
Ryan, Yates, and Pat discuss the most traded players, the buys lows, the sell highs, and the rankings risers and fallers heading into Week 7 of fantasy football season! Sponsors: PrizePicks - Turn your picks into real cash with PrizePicks! Use our Promo Code “GRIDIRON” to receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100. AirMedCare - If a medical emergency arises, AirMedCare Network provides members with world class emergency air transport services to the nearest hospital with NO out of pocket expenses. Visit airmedcarenetwork.com/fantasypros and use offer code FANTASYPROS to get up to a $50 Visa or Amazon gift card with a new membership. Bachan's - It's still grilling season and the ideal time to check out Bachan's. Bring your family and friends together with delicious, rich flavor. Go to bachans.com/fantasypros and use the code “FantasyPros” at checkout for 20% off. Timestamps: MNF Recap - 0:03:48 Dawson Knox - 0:04:12 Zack Moss - 0:05:58 Julio Jones - 0:07:30 Most Traded Players - 0:09:49 Christian McCaffrey/Chuba Hubbard - 0:09:49 McCaffrey for James Conner/DK Metcalf - 0:13:30 Hubbard for Mike Davis - 0:14:23 Javonte Williams - 0:14:48 A.J. Brown - 0:19:07 A.J. Brown for Amari Cooper/Dawson Knox - 0:20:45 A.J. Brown for Mike Williams - 0:21:33 Antonio Brown - 0:22:10 Antonio Brown for A.J. Brown - 0:23:16 Buy Low/Sell High - 0:25:16 David Montgomery - 0:25:22 Nick Chubb for Justin Jefferson and Montgomery - 0:27:10 Miles Sanders - 0:27:48 Myles Gaskin and TJ Hockenson for Sanders - 0:29:36 Khalil Herbert - 0:30:07 Alvin Kamara - 0:32:41 Laviska Shenault - 0:35:46 Calvin Ridley - 0:37:13 Ridley for Darren Waller - 0:39:06 Courtland Sutton - 0:39:44 Sutton for TJ Hockenson - 0:40:47 Adam Thielen - 0:41:37 Thielen and Aaron Jones for Cordarrelle Patterson and CeeDee Lamb - 0:43:19 ROS Rankings Risers/Fallers - 0:44:55 Jonathan Taylor - 0:45:07 Leonard Fournette - 0:47:18 Aaron Jones - 0:48:34 Chase Claypool - 0:49:54 Mike Williams - 0:51:05 Jaylen Waddle - 0:52:47 Marquise Brown - 0:53:40 Listener Mailbag - 0:55:10 Marvel TV Shows - 0:58:43
After shining a brief spotlight on KJ Osborn (4:48), Sean and Tim speculate on 13 players that might have a new home next season due to cap management by their current NFL teams (7:03). What are the fantasy implications for these players and the teammates they might leave behind? The guys identify buy-low candidates from a list that includes: Jimmy Garoppolo (12:28) OBJ/Jarvis Landry (14:37) Tyler Boyd (18:41) Mike Davis (20:33) Robert Woods (22:11) Sterling Shepard (26:34) Michael Thomas (31:54) Amari Cooper (36:37) Devante Parker (43:01) Blake Jarwin (45:59) Chris Carson (47:33) and Cole Beasley (49:39). Join the conversation on The STEAL Pod Facebook group!
Grammy award-winning Country Music superstar Cole Swindell pulls up a chair at the big wooden table to have a chat with good friend Dale Earnhardt Jr. The two giants in their perspective industry have a special bond. They open up about the loss of their fathers and mothers and how they each found ways to cope with unthinkable loss. It's a conversation that brings us closer to how Cole, who lost his father in a freak accident as a child, and his mother to illness recently, was able to carry on. He didn't miss a beat, playing his popular song, "You Should Be Here" in front of packed audiences for an even deeper meaning. We learn how the particular song brought Dale Jr. and Cole together. Swindell didn't have a typical start for a country music artist. Yes, he was a songwriter, that moved to Nashville in hopes of achieving his dreams of being on the big stage. But his story really starts at a college dorm, where he met fellow Georgia Southern alum and country music artist Luke Bryan. The friendship grew into Cole going on the road with Bryan. But, not to perform... rather sell his merchandise. From slingin' t-shirts to writing music, it was time for Swindell to shine. He explains the opportunities that led to his first big break in music. Dale Jr., co-host Mike Davis, and Swindell bring us inside what it's like in the Country music scene as a songwriter and performer. How playing the bar circuit in Nashville can connect an artist to the next shot. Speaking of bars, which Nashville watering hole is Cole's favorite? We find out. Swindell is not shy about sharing his love for his alma mater, Georgia Southern. It's the same place that Mike Davis went to school. The two share some fun talk about their different paths from the same institution. Davis also asks Cole about some of the stigma surrounding the new-country scene. Swindell is a big Atlanta Braves fan. Many people know that. But what some don't realize is how big of a NASCAR fan he is. This isn't just some celebrity fly-by-night NASCAR fan, the Dawson County native has been following the Cup Series since he was a child. Before Swindell arrives Dale Jr. answers some amazing fan questions in our AskJr segment. We learn about how Dirty Mo Media was started, Dale's new square body Chevy truck, and the day Dale Earnhardt Jr lassoed a fish. Yes, I said "lassoed a fish." The biggest moment of the show comes when the cat is let out of the bag. Amy Earnhardt, Mike Davis, Swindell and the Dirty Mo Media gang had been scheming a birthday surprise for Dale Jr. Well, let's just say the surprise not only closed the show, but it brought Dale Jr. to tears. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Episode 353 of Sean's Sports Stop, Sean reports the biggest news in sports and gives his unique opinion on everything going on which includes: #1 Georgia beating #11 Kentucky (1:00), the Boston Red Sox evening the ALCS (2:10), Mike Davis using advisers on what to do (3:35), Mikal Bridges signing a $90M extension with the Phoenix Suns (5:30), the Jacksonville Jaguars snapping a 20 game losing streak with a win over the Miami Dolphins at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London (7:25), Ed Orgeron leaving LSU after this season (8:50), the Chicago Sky beating the Phoenix Mercury to win their first ever WNBA championship (10:20), the Atlanta Braves walking off against the Los Angeles Dodgers again to take 2-0 NLCS lead (11:25), Tyrese Haliburton saying that people are sleeping on the Sacramento Kings (13:30), Mark Davis condemning Jon Gruden's emails (17:30), Billy beane not becoming the next New York Mets' President of Baseball Operations (18:35), Jaren Jackson Jr. signing a $105M extension with the Memphis Grizzlies (20:55), the Seattle Seahawks contacting Cam Newton (22:05), the Phoenix Suns and Deandre Ayton not agreeing to an extension (23:15), and Week 6 of the NFL season (24:10). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seanssportsstop/message
Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s= Tonight we are joined Live in studio by Mike Davis Head coach of the Vegas Knight Hawks the newest expansion franchise of the Indoor Football League formally known as the Arena Football League. We will talk to coach about his new opportunity here in Las Vegas, what it's like to work for an owner like Bill Foley and what can fans expect from this new expansion franchise. And with so much to talk about in the sports world, with John Gruden and his emails, Kyrie and his non-vaccination. Thank you to our show sponsors, Joshua Lafond With Simply Vegas Real Estate Call or text Joshua Lafond today, 702-813-0533! And our Personal Barber
Before we get into who you're worried about, Dave and Heath give you their favorite buy lows (2:40). Dave wants to buy Stefon Diggs and Javonte Williams. Is Williams really going to break out in the second half? Heath wants to buy (7:30) Miles Sanders and Jaylen Waddle ... Is it time to sell Dawson Knox (10:50) and Deebo Samuel (14:30)? Dave and Heath do not agree on Lamar Jackson's value (16:00). What about the Seahawks WRs? We also give you your news and notes (22:00) and some interesting stats (26:00) about Dak Prescott's TD rate and what is holding the Bengals offense back ... It's Worryometer Wednesday (30:00)! You're worried about Amari Cooper, Tee Higgins, Mike Davis and more. Do we share your concerns? And we preview Bucs-Eagles (44:40), read your emails at email@example.com (57:30) and your Apple Podcast questions (1:02:00). Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @ctowerscbs, @BenSchragg Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/fantasyfootballtoday Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Haymarket Books and Salvage for a discussion of Fortress Europe, Fortress USA: How Borders Work Contemporary capitalism relies heavily on an inter-connected working class which extends across borders. Cross-border production and supply chains, logistics networks, and retail and service firms have aligned and fused a growing number of workers into one common class, regardless of where they happen to live. While money moves without restriction, the movement of displaced migrant workers across borders is restricted, punished—often violently so. And all of this is before imperial adventures and decades of neoliberal structural adjustment policies conspire to create the dire circumstances that lead to “refugee crises.” In both the US and across Europe this context has been seized on and converted to political fodder by mainstream parties of the liberal and the reactionary varieties. While often flavored differently—from outright scapegoating of migrants to handwringing calls for ‘kinder-gentler' deportation regimes—the growth and violence of the police state dedicated to the repression of transborder populations has proceeded unabated for decades. Drawing on Justin Akers Chacón's new book "The Border Crossed Us", and Chloe Haralambous's work with Sea-Watch, this Salvage Live event will look at the differences and similarities between Fortress USA and Fortress Europe, examine how to effectively dismantle their respective border regimes, and aim to explain how borders work (and for whom). The conversation will be hosted by Annie Olaloku-Teriba and Barnaby Raine. This discussion will be part of the ongoing Salvage Live events series, hosted by Haymarket Books. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Justin Akers Chacón is an activist, labor unionist, and educator living in the San Diego-Tijuana border region. He is a Professor of Chicana/o History at San Diego City College. His most recent book is The Border Crossed Us: The Case for Opening the US-Mexico Border. He is also the author of No One is Illegal (with Mike Davis) and Radicals in the Barrio. Chloe Haralambous is a member of Sea-Watch, participating in and coordinating maritime rescue missions in the Central Mediterranean migration corridor to Europe, and the co-founder of the Mosaik Support Center for Refugees and Locals on the Greek island of Lesvos. She is also a PhD candidate in comparative literature at Columbia University. Annie Olaloku-Teriba is a writer and podcaster whose research focuses on how neoliberalism has transformed the theory and practice of ‘race.' Barnaby Raine is writing his PhD at Columbia University on visions of ending capitalism. He teaches at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. Watch the live event recording: https://youtu.be/bPCaw1e-3dA Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks
He came with speed, and he came with gifts. IndyCar Series Champion Alex Palou, the young champion, sits at the table with Dale Earnhardt Jr. to talk about his sudden rise to the pinnacles of motorsport. The colorful Spaniard didn't come from a racing family. It was a local go-kart track near his home village of Sant Antoni de Vilamajor Spain, that sparked his interest in becoming a racecar driver. From there, a path of persistence, raw speed, and opportunity led him to eventually become the 2021 NTT Indycar Series Champion. Palou connects with Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis about life in Spain and what it was like to grow up overseas. A racing path that took him far from home at a young age to Japan, Palou had to get used to different cultures as he tried to find himself as a racer and a man. That path didn't come without disappointment and setback. From homemade mountain dynos to racing for big teams in GP3 and F3, it's a true racing story. Alex Palou came on the scene with success in his rookie IndyCar season with Dale Coyne Racing. But it was his sophomore season that set the stage for his meteoric rise. An opportunity came with Chip Ganassi Racing and he took full advantage of it. Leaning on veteran leadership of teammates Scott Dixon and Jimmie Johnson, the youngster made a name for himself with three victories and the series title. To boot, he nearly won the Indianapolis 500. The near-miss in the world's biggest race didn't set him back though. Palou shares how the 7-time NASCAR Champion, Johnson, helped him mentally break through setbacks. Palou also came into the Bojangles studio with gifts, for Dale's Birthday and also some keepsakes for the crew. The 24-year old shares his personality as he and Dale Jr. talk about the dynamic personalities of the international scene that IndyCar presents. Dale Jr. first experienced it in iRacing, and it is why he and Mike on fire for the open-wheel brand of racing. Before Palou's arrival, Dale Jr. took control of the room. We're joking. Actually, an energy drink and a spunky mood had the whole gang wondering where Dale Jr. would go next. From Frankenstein to Cash-only soda machines... Dale Jr. held court in ways only Dale Jr. can. He and Mike also touched on the hottest topic in NASCAR today, the ongoing rivalry between Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick. In Ask Jr. it's all about the triangle... of the tasty kind! Dave Portnoy's latest Dale Jr. invoked Pizza review brings up some questions about how it went down and the Key West drunken pizza hotspot. We also learn about Dale Jr's latest Chevy Silverado and how he decided the wild graphics he put on it. That and much more in this entertaining version of The Dale Jr. Download. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join Mike Davis of the South Seattle Emerald and Julia Jessie of Converge Media as they "Clap Back" on the day's biggest headlines stories in politics and popular culture. Alabama clears plan to use COVID-19 relief funds to build prisons California To End Mandatory Minimum Sentences For Nonviolent Drug Offenses With Bill SB-73 ESPN's Sage Steele is off ‘SportsCenter,' apologizes for comments about Barack Obama and sexual harassment And more ...
Recorded on YouTube on 05 October 2021. The 2020 Lannan Cultural Freedom Prize was awarded to Angela Y. Davis for her lifetime achievements as a public intellectual advocating for racial, gender, and economic justice; to Mike Davis for his life's work as a public intellectual who encourages critical analysis of society in the service of […]
Clap Back Culture | Mike Davis & Julia Jessie sept. 30 Join Mike Davis of the South Seattle Emerald and Julia Jessie of Converge Media as they "Clap Back" on the day's biggest headlines stories in politics and popular culture. Donald Trump Jr. Tweet about Covid and Obesity Walmart changing policy to pay for Christmas over time R kelly conviction And more ...
John and Alex are back again with another New York Jets episode! The guys preview the matchup between the Jets and the Atlanta Falcons. Make sure to follow our hosts, guest, and producer, Raisi Mobele - who made the beats - on Twitter: John Meleka: @Jmeleka Alex Trataros: @Traticaster101 Raisi Mobele: @RealDealRaisi_K See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Your hosts Dave Kluge (@DaveKluge), Troy King (@TKingMode), and Victoria Geary (@ffb_victoria) break down all of your burning mailbag questions in a new episode of Footballguys newest show. Submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or tune in live and drop your questions in the chat! Tune in live every Wednesday at 7:30pm ET. Timestamps 0:00 - Are you comfortable starting Rashod Bateman? 4:41 - Intro 5:24 - FanUp 6:39 - What to do with Ty'Son Williams 10:49 - Any Bears startable in fantasy? 17:54 - What to do with Mike Davis 21:49 - Better outlook: Ja'Marr Chase or Marquise Brown? 23:09 - Fears about BUF in KC? 26:01 - Start/sit and trade questions SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube page to catch all of the latest Footballguys videos, including in-season livestreams: https://www.youtube.com/footballguystv Don't have time to watch? Listen to the Audio-only version of this Show. Save Time, Worry Less and Win More with Footballguys: https://www.footballguys.com Join our FREE Daily Email Update for the Fantasy news you need to know: https://join.footballguys.com/mailbag Follow our hosts on Twitter! Dave Kluge: https://twitter.com/DaveKluge Troy King: https://twitter.com/TKingMode Victoria Geary: https://twitter.com/ffb_victoria Footballguys Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fbgfantasy/ Footballguys Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/footballguys/ Footballguys Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/fbgnews Watch on YouTube -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieAWXYwVn_g
Nothing is more powerful than redemption. Dale Earnhardt Jr. sits down with friend. and former NASCAR racer, Lyndon Amick, about his life as racecar driver, combat soldier, and his miraculous journey to pick up the pieces of a broken life. A young man from a family of South Carolina chicken farmers decided to take the path of most resistance. He wanted to be a racecar driver. Sugartit Speedway in the Palmetto state fueled his desire to give racing a try. And boy did he try. The big boy stuffed himself in a go-kart with the goal of being fast. His ascension into the upper ranks of the sport came just as fast. Fast forward some race wins and a championship in the Goody's Dash Series, and suddenly the Amick Family Farms had their very own NASCAR Xfinity Series team. And with it came struggles. A new team, a driver trying to learn. Although he showed glimpses of raw talent, things never seemed to work out for Lyndon Amick. Shortly after the birth of his first son, a race at Talladega was the pivot point for Lyndon Amick. While spinning backward in a massive 20-something car crash, he decided that he was done. Lyndon walked away from the life of a NASCAR driver. He decided to enlist in the military. His life switched from race days, interviews, and appearances to drill sergeants stripping down his being to build the perfect soldier. His mindset was clear. Not only did he want to serve his country, he wanted to fight for it. The journey took him across the globe to Afghanistan. While there he learned the mindset of what it took to stay alive amidst the everyday reality that each day could be his last. No day more apparent than when his company ended up in a fire-fight. With bullets forming a canopy of smoke above him, Amick turned into the proven leader. But when the combat stopped, he admits the realities that faced him when he got back home, were not so fulfilling. What he escaped for was something he now had to face, himself. An imperfect husband, a dead-beat dad. Simply put, his marriage was broken and his life was about to come off the rails. Just how did the story transform from darkness to light? Lyndon shares his soul with Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis. He reveals the inner workings of the healing that put back the pieces of his broken life. Before Lyndon came into the studio to share his incredible journey, Dale Jr. admitted to some faults of his own. His came in the NBC broadcast booth. The two-time Daytona 500 winner and rookie play-by-play broadcaster asked producer Matthew Dillner to point out his mistakes calling Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity race at Talladega Superspeedway. The result provided a look into Dale's life as a broadcaster, his goals, and some laughter too. Dale Jr. also brings up his disappointment with the rain-filled weekend and race postponement at Talladega Superspeedway and offers a solution that can be done within the fine print of a race weekend. Dale, Mike, Matthew, and Leah pull the curtain back on the Texas World Speedway episode and what made the visit to America's only Lost Superspeedway such a moving explore for the team. Recently, daddy-Dale-Jr. had a day alone with his youngest daughter Nicole. What sort of adventures did they get into? Well, let's just say it ended with a hot air balloon in the buffalo pen on his property. Ask Jr brings out that story and so much more. Everyone on the entire Dale Jr. Download team agrees, this is an episode full of amazing moments, but most importantly, one that a lot of us can learn from. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dan is joined once again by Dr. David Chao (ProFootballDoc.com) to tackle the most pressing injury questions for Week 4. Later, Dan and Yates preview every single game taking place this week! Sponsors: TickPick - TickPick, the original no-fee ticket site, is teaming up with ZIP, the buy now, pay later service provider, to give away five huge season ticket packages for the 2022 season! You can try your luck today and enter to win by going to TICKPICK.COM/PROS. Pristine Auction - Get the best deals in sports memorabilia including signed helmets and custom jerseys with guaranteed authenticity. Enter registration code "FantasyPros" when you sign up to receive a free $5 credit. AirMedCare - If a medical emergency arises, AirMedCare Network provides members with world class emergency air transport services to the nearest hospital with NO out of pocket expenses. Visit airmedcarenetwork.com/fantasypros and use offer code FANTASYPROS to get up to a $50 Visa or Amazon gift card with a new membership. Timestamps: Injury Analysis - 0:00:18 Dalvin Cook - 0:00:46 Chase Claypool - 0:01:35 Tyler Lockett - 0:03:42 Darrell Henderson - 0:04:45 A.J. Brown/Julio Jones - 0:05:48 Joe Mixon - 0:06:45 Christian McCaffrey - 0:08:05 Dan & Kyle in the Morning - 0:10:23 Over/Under Challenge - 0:11:49 JAC vs. CIN - 0:14:49 Joe Mixon - 0:14:56 CIN WRs - 0:17:19 Laviska Shenault - 0:17:49 James Robinson - 0:19:02 WAS vs. ATL - 0:21:20 Antonio Gibson - 0:21:20 Cordarelle Patterson - 0:22:28 Calvin Ridley - 0:23:23 Mike Davis - 0:23:50 HOU vs. BUF - 0:24:17 Zack Moss - 0:24:30 Emmanuel Sanders/Cole Beasley/Gabriel Davis - 0:25:07 Dawson Knox - 0:26:11 Brandin Cooks - 0:26:52 DET vs. CHI - 0:27:37 Justin Fields - 0:27:37 Allen Robinson/Darnell Mooney - 0:28:22 Jamaal Williams/T.J. Hockenson/D'Andre Swift - 0:29:37 CAR vs. DAL - 0:30:55 Tony Pollard - 0:31:07 Dalton Schultz/Blake Jarwin - 0:31:56 Chuba Hubbard - 0:33:11 Robby Anderson - 0:33:56 Sam Darnold - 0:35:01 IND vs. MIA - 0:37:29 Jonathan Taylor - 0:37:29 Nyheim Hines - 0:38:39 Jaylen Waddle - 0:39:49 Robert Tonyan - 0:40:48 CLE vs. MIN - 0:41:14 Odell Beckham, Jr. - 0:41:30 Tyler Conklin - 0:43:12 NYG vs. NO - 0:45:09 Alvin Kamara/Marquez Callaway - 0:45:15 Kenny Golladay - 0:46:08 TEN vs. NYJ - 0:48:01 Ryan Tannehill - 0:48:04 Corey Davis - 0:49:14 KC vs. PHI - 0:49:51 Mecole Hardman - 0:50:10 Jalen Hurts - 0:50:55 DeVonta Smith - 0:51:57 ARI vs. LAR - 0:52:39 Chase Edmonds/James Conner - 0:52:46 DeAndre Hopkins - 0:53:24 Christian Kirk/Rondale Moore - 0:53:52 Cooper Kupp - 0:54:59 Robert Woods - 0:55:50 Darrell Henderson - 0:56:52 SEA vs. SF - 0:58:05 Tyler Lockett - 0:58:09 D'Wayne Eskridge - 0:58:49 BAL vs. DEN - 1:00:31 Marquise Brown - 1:00:40 Ty'Son Williams - 1:02:08 Courtland Sutton/Tim Patrick - 1:03:53 PIT vs. GB - 1:04:49 Chase Claypool/JuJu Smith-Schuster - 1:05:08 Najee Harris - 1:05:42 TB vs. NE - 1:06:53 Damien Harris - 1:06:56 Ronald Jones/Leonard Fournette - 1:08:28 LV vs. LAC - 1:09:28 Jared Cook - 1:10:03 Derek Carr - 1:10:29 Henry Ruggs - 1:11:15
Host Ian Hartitz welcomes on PFF analyst Andrew Erickson to break down the Week 4 DraftKings slate. The guys give their favorite tournament and cash game plays for quarterback, running back, wide receiver and tight end, touching on players including Josh Allen, Jonathan Taylor, Mike Davis, Odell Beckham, Corey Davis, Robby Anderson, Kyle Pitts and much more along the way.
Atlanta Falcons Running Back Mike Davis joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the team's game against Washington on Sunday, why being a versatile back is so important and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Could Marlon Mack be fantasy relevant anywhere? Cordarrelle Patterson or Mike Davis? Are we on the verge of a Ruggs breakout??? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shane-palma/support
Host Ian Hartitz welcomes on PFF data scientist and host of Unexpected Points podcast Kevin Cole for 10 questions related to the league's over- and under-performing players. Topics include: can Russ keep cooking, how washed is Big Ben, will the Browns' running backs ever stop scoring, buy low on Jonathan Taylor and Mike Davis?, can Ja'Marr Chase keep on keeping on, what to expect from Calvin Ridley moving forward, if Dawson Knox might be a thing, can Jonnu Smith rebound and much more
The Fantasy Scouts are back with a new episode! In today's episode, the Scouts continue with their in-season reactions and react to some of the bigger storylines from around the NFL. Today's show includes: Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp, and the Rams offense. Are Calvin Ridley and Kyle Pitts in trouble + is Mike Davis a flex play? Jalen Hurts and the Eagles post-game MNF reaction. What to do with the Steelers pass catchers and Big Ben. For more inside info, check out patreon.com/fantasyscouts !
After Tim's premature victory lap, Sean joins in for a conversation on the rookie QBs so far (2:45). Then the guys sort out which underperforming stars will break free of the weeds, and who is so bogged down in the muck that you're better off cutting bait and moving on. The candidates include: Ryan Tannehill (10:29) Aaron Rodgers (13:11) Joe Burrow (17:42) Carson Wentz (20:31) Matt Ryan (21:40) Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith (23:19) Adam Trautman (25:31) Saquon Barkley (29:41) Jonathan Taylor (33:46) Mike Davis (37:46) Clyde Edwards-Helaire (39:31) Myles Gaskin (40:50) Leonard Fournette and Ronald Jones (42:35) Michael Carter (44:04) Calvin Ridley (45:57) Courtland Sutton (47:34) Robert Woods (48:52) Allen Robinson (51:36) Robby Anderson (53:54) AJ Brown (54:24) Laviska Shenault (57:05) and Brandon Aiyuk (57:42). Join the conversation on The STEAL Pod Facebook group!
Two racecar drivers from two hard-nosed racing families converge at the big wooden table as Dale Earnhardt Jr. sits down with "The Bent Creek Bandit" Robert Pressley. Where has the former NASCAR driver been? He's still proudly from Asheville but now he serves the people of the popular North Carolina city in a different way, as a County Commissioner. How the hell does a NASCAR driver turn into a politician? And does he even like it? We find out the truth right away. Robert's father Bob Pressley was a legend of the Carolina Short Track scene and his son followed right in his footsteps. And let's just say, the apple didn't fall far from the tree. They were both cut from the cloth of self-made grizzled short trackers that didn't back down from anyone... including each other. Bob Pressley's rivals turned into Roberts and then with the one bump to the back bumper, father and son became the rivalry. Just how intense did it get? Robert gives us the details inside a family feud that helped define their relationship and ultimately bring them closer together. Where the Earnhardt and Pressley family connect is one of the more interesting conversations. Apparently, there was a generational bullying that started with Dale Jr.'s grandfather, short track great Ralph Earnhardt, and continued on through Dale Sr. and Robert. It's a story you have to hear. Robert's start in racing came at the now-defunct New Asheville Motor Speedway, racing against greats like Bosco Lowe and Jack Ingram. It's a place that was very close to Pressley's heart and the reason why Dale Jr. decided to have him on his Peacock TV television show "Lost Speedways." Pressley gives us the inside scoop on the concerns the city of Asheville had before shooting on location at the track, now called Carrier Park, and the community reaction afterward. How did the show also get the truth out there about its closing while closing the book on its biggest controversy, a famed incident between the Pressley's and "The Iron Man" Jack Ingram? Another North Carolina great, Basketball star turned broadcaster Brad Daugherty, got his fingernails dirty as a crew member on Robert Pressley's race team. They traveled around winning races and getting shot at in the process. They even showed up to the racetrack one night with a truck, a couch, a loveseat, and a racecar, and whooped their butts. From Late Models, the second generation driver launched a NASCAR career and soon found success on a myriad of raceways across America. This led to opportunities that he couldn't turn down, but some that left him with regret. From replacing the great Harry Gant, to getting fired at Alliance, to his up and down tenure at Jasper Racing, Pressley tells all. He also explains how one rivalry spelled the end for his first Cup Series ride. Pressley, Dale Jr., and co-host Mike Davis enjoy some laughs talking about racing, fighting, and cheating. Boy, the stories go deep. But none deeper than a surprise moment at the end of the show when Dale and Robert let the cat out of the bag about an incident between them. The story reveals a truth never known until now. Before Pressley arrived, Dale Jr. talks about his work weekend in Las Vegas with his wife Amy. While the trip was nice, they came home to a more hostile Monday. Two dogs fighting and two children not getting along produced a not-so-perfect day in the Earnhardt household. Recent "Behind the Scenes" social media content sparks conversation in the studio about what it was really like filming Lost Speedways. We learn that Leah Vaughn is grossed out by Dale and Matthew kicking the "poop pipe" and if Dillner really did fart on the backstretch during the explore? In AskJr, fan questions spur some incredible insight from Dale Jr, including a fantastic story about his father hopping on the radio to give him live-time insight into how to get around Bristol Motor Speedway. A rare father-son moment of instruction that Dale Jr shares with us all. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this rambunctious episode, Brad Evans and Brandon Funston flip the script and discuss their top-three waiver wire adds at the top, including thoughts on Chuba Hubbard, Emmanuel Sanders, Tyler Conklin and more. From there, the guys play a game of Panic or Patience? Should you freak out about slow starters Mike Davis, Ty'Son Williams, Robby Anderson, David Montgomery/Allen Robinson and Jonathan Taylor? Finally, they round out the show with a quick hit on new Chief Josh Gordon.
The Fantasy Football Friends break down the burning questions heading into Week 3 of the NFL season.Expectations for Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Kenny Golladay, Brandin Cooks, San Francisco's running game, Ezekiel Elliott, Chase Edmonds, Joe Burrow, Leonard Fournette, Jaylen Waddle, James Robinson, Michael Pittman, Mike Evans, Mike Davis, Alvin Kamara, Justin Fields, Darnell Mooney and more.
Joe Nugent lived in Texas for almost 50 years. Mike Davis was a small business owner in Georgia with a wife and kids. This episode profiles these two men, whose distinctly American lives were shattered when they were forced to leave the country they'd always called home. This is Joe and Mike's story.
Racing has always been a family affair for the Earnhardts. Dale Earnhardt Jr. decides to sit down with his uncle, Danny Earnhardt Sr., about life as one of the most low-key parts of the Earnhardt racing legacy. Danny gives us a peek at what life was like growing up on Sedan Avenue in Kannapolis, NC as the son of a dirt track legend, Ralph Earnhardt. What were the Earnhardt children like growing up? He tells us about a path from playing in the streets and flunking fifth grade to working in the famed garage preparing Ralph's stock cars. Dale gets Danny to open up about when the family lost their patriarch to a heart attack in 1973. This family isn't a simple one. Danny and Dale Jr. outline how three racing families, the Earnhardts, the Eurys, and the Gees became one. It wasn't always racing for Danny, life at the Mill in Kannapolis was hard work, but a choice for the quiet gentleman. All the while, he kept weekends for racing, Danny was always there for Dale Sr. in his racing career from working in the shop, pitting the cars, to being his biggest fan in the stands. He tells a never-told story of Dale Earnhardt's first laps on pavement at North Carolina's Hickory Motor Speedway. When some third-generation driver named Dale Earnhardt Jr. came along, it was Danny who bent his brother's ear about the young driver's talent and promise. The story could've been over in February of 2001 after the death of Dale Earnhardt Sr. But, Dale Jr, Danny, and the rest of the family carried on with the strength and grit that is known from this family. Nephew and Uncle talk for the first time about that day and how they spent the moments after the crash in Daytona. Before Danny arrives, Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis share their thoughts about the NASCAR weekend at Bristol that included a spectacular finish in the Xfinity Series and a post-race dust-up between Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick. What's their take on the fireworks between the two angry drivers? Also, Dale Jr. phones Xfinity driver Kyle Weatherman after wrecking his bumper in the recent Richmond race. In AskJr presented by Xfinity, Dale is asked if he's ever impeded the finish of a race. He also gives his hot-take on the 2021 NASCAR schedule and what he thinks about Bristol's return to dirt racing. Plus, what Lost Speedway in Wilkes County, NC should think about a dirt surface of its own. Dale and the DJD gang of Matthew Dillner and Leah Vaughn talk about their favorite racing destinations if Dale Jr. brought a Motorsports time machine to the Bojangles Studio. That and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joey P. and Yates welcome Jamey Eisenberg (CBS Sports) to discuss the buys lows, the sell highs, and the rankings risers and fallers heading into Week 3 of fantasy football season. Plus, we tackle your listener mailbag questions to close out the show! Sponsors: PrizePicks - Turn your picks into real cash with PrizePicks! Use our Promo Code “GRIDIRON” to receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100. Manscaped - Manscaped is #1 in men's below the belt grooming. They offer precision engineered tools for your family jewels. Get 20% off and free shipping with the code YATES at Manscaped.com. Timestamps: MNF Recap - 0:01:03 D'Andre Swift/Jamaal Williams - 0:02:08 Most Traded Players - 0:03:29 Clyde Edwards-Helaire - 0:03:29 Tony Pollard vs. CEH - 0:06:31 Jonathan Taylor vs. CEH - 0:07:40 Antonio Gibson vs. CEH - 0:08:06 Melvin Gordon - 0:08:59 Melvin Gordon vs. Kareem Hunt - 0:09:17 Ezekiel Elliott - 0:11:22 Ezekiel Elliott vs. Najee Harris - 0:11:51 Ezekiel Elliott vs. Antonio Gibson/Darnell Mooney - 0:12:19 Ezekiel Elliott vs. David Montgomery/Mike Williams - 0:14:09 Rob Gronkowski - 0:17:06 George Kittle vs. Gronk - 0:18:23 Buy Low/Sell High - 0:20:30 Jonathan Taylor - 0:20:42 Allen Robinson - 0:21:15 Najee Harris - 0:22:31 Saquon Barkely vs. Antonio Gibson - 0:25:23 Tyler Lockett - 0:26:25 Antonio Gibson - 0:29:25 Miles Sanders vs. Antonio Gibson - 0:31:17 Jonathan Taylor vs. Saquon Barkley - 0:32:30 Saquon vs. Chris Carson - 0:33:11 Saquon vs. David Montgomery - 0:34:25 Robert Woods - 0:34:56 Antonio Brown - 0:35:28 Robert Woods vs. Brandin Cooks - 0:36:55 Chase Claypool - 0:37:52 Darrell Henderson - 0:39:30 Damien Harris - 0:41:39 Mike Evans - 0:43:04 ROS Risers/Fallers - 0:43:30 Tony Pollard - 0:43:30 Damien Harris - 0:45:45 Clyde Edwards-Helaire - 0:46:37 Mike Davis - 0:47:53 Cooper Kupp - 0:49:00 Sterling Shepard - 0:50:48 Robert Woods - 0:52:12 Odell Beckham - 0:53:25 Listener Mailbag - 0:55:20 Antonio Gibson/Marvin Jones for A.J. Brown - 0:55:29 Chase Edmonds for Devin Singletary/Justin Fields - 0:56:48 Clyde Edwards-Helaire for Mike Williams - 0:58:06
Subscribe to The Official Fox Sports Radio Fantasy Football Podcast!Mike Harmon and Dan Beyer give their big takeaways from the Packers win over the Lions on Monday Night Football including TJ Hockenson cementing himself as a top tier TE, Aaron Jones making up for an absent Week 1 and more. Two weeks in, the guys worry about the likes of Alvin Kamara, Mike Davis, Jonathon Taylor and the Steelers WR corp. Waiver wire targets include Tony Pollard, Rondale Moore, KJ Osborn and more! Plus, a look ahead to Thursday Night Football between the Panthers and Texans. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Subscribe to The Official Fox Sports Radio Fantasy Football Podcast! Mike Harmon and Dan Beyer give their big takeaways from the Packers win over the Lions on Monday Night Football including TJ Hockenson cementing himself as a top tier TE, Aaron Jones making up for an absent Week 1 and more. Two weeks in, the guys worry about the likes of Alvin Kamara, Mike Davis, Jonathon Taylor and the Steelers WR corp. Who you should target on the waiver wire including Tony Pollard, Rondale Moore, KJ Osborn and more! Plus, a look ahead to Thursday Night Football between the Panthers and Texans. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Subscribe to The Official Fox Sports Radio Fantasy Football Podcast! Mike Harmon and Dan Beyer give their big takeaways from the Packers win over the Lions on Monday Night Football including TJ Hockenson cementing himself as a top tier TE, Aaron Jones making up for an absent Week 1 and more. Two weeks in, the guys worry about the likes of Alvin Kamara, Mike Davis, Jonathon Taylor and the Steelers WR corp. They tell you who to target on the waiver wire including Tony Pollard, Rondale Moore, KJ Osborn and more! Plus, a look ahead to Thursday Night Football between the Panthers and Texans Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Mike Harmon and Dan Beyer give their big takeaways from the Packers win over the Lions on Monday Night Football including TJ Hockenson cementing himself as a top tier TE, Aaron Jones making up for an absent Week 1 and more. Two weeks in, the guys worry about the likes of Alvin Kamara, Mike Davis, Jonathon Taylor and the Steelers WR corp. They tell you who to target on the waiver wire including Tony Pollard, Rondale Moore, KJ Osborn and more! Plus, a look ahead to Thursday Night Football between the Panthers and Texans Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Falcons and NFL Analyst and former NFL WR Harry Douglas speaks about his takeaways in the loss to the Bucs, the Falcons inability to defend Rob Gronkowski, the offensive line wearing down in the 4th quarter, Mike Davis getting off to a slow start, Matt Ryan's ability to execute a quick-passing game, needing to take advantage of what Matt Ryan is good at, and the Falcons outlook the rest of the season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Historian Kevin Starr described Carey McWilliams as "the finest nonfiction writer on California—ever" and "the state's most astute political observer." But as Peter Richardson argues in American Prophet: The Life and Work of Carey McWilliams (University of California Press, 2019), McWilliams was also one of the nation's most versatile and productive public intellectuals of his time. Richardson's absorbing and elegant biography traces McWilliams's extraordinary life and career. Drawing from a wide range of sources, it explores his childhood on a Colorado cattle ranch, his early literary journalism in Los Angeles, his remarkable legal and political activism, his stint in state government, the explosion of first-rate books between 1939 and 1950, and his editorial leadership at The Nation. Along the way, it also documents McWilliams's influence on a wide range of key figures, including Cesar Chavez, Hunter S. Thompson, Mike Davis, screenwriter Robert Towne, playwright Luis Valdez, and historian Patricia Limerick. Barbara Berglund Sokolov is a historian of the American West. She is also the convener of the Joy of History Book Club, an online history seminar open to anyone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
Historian Kevin Starr described Carey McWilliams as "the finest nonfiction writer on California—ever" and "the state's most astute political observer." But as Peter Richardson argues in American Prophet: The Life and Work of Carey McWilliams (University of California Press, 2019), McWilliams was also one of the nation's most versatile and productive public intellectuals of his time. Richardson's absorbing and elegant biography traces McWilliams's extraordinary life and career. Drawing from a wide range of sources, it explores his childhood on a Colorado cattle ranch, his early literary journalism in Los Angeles, his remarkable legal and political activism, his stint in state government, the explosion of first-rate books between 1939 and 1950, and his editorial leadership at The Nation. Along the way, it also documents McWilliams's influence on a wide range of key figures, including Cesar Chavez, Hunter S. Thompson, Mike Davis, screenwriter Robert Towne, playwright Luis Valdez, and historian Patricia Limerick. Barbara Berglund Sokolov is a historian of the American West. She is also the convener of the Joy of History Book Club, an online history seminar open to anyone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
While Nate was living "Life in the Fast Lane", Brad was feeling the sting of Thursday Night Football so the guys are ready to get back on the winning track with a jam-packed Football Friday edition of the Fade Five. Brad goes heavy on the running back props with Mike Davis, Leonard Fournette, Javonte Williams and Nick Chubb all on today's list plus a passing prop on Justin Herbert. In Bonus Time, Nate wants to keep the MLB mojo going with another two-leg parlay plus a few college football picks including UCF tonight. Brad's bonus time includes more player props and a pick for his beloved Illinois taking on Maryland.
Joey P., Andrew Erickson, and guest Scott Pianowski (Yahoo) go through the start/sit options for Week 2 of the fantasy football season! Sponsors: PrizePicks - Turn your picks into real cash with PrizePicks! Use our Promo Code “GRIDIRON” to receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100. Manscaped - Manscaped is #1 in men's below the belt grooming. They offer precision engineered tools for your family jewels. Get 20% off and free shipping with the code YATES at Manscaped.com. Timestamps: Odell Beckham - 0:01:08 Mike Davis - 0:05:19 Clyde Edwards-Helaire - 0:07:44 James Robinson - 0:10:26 Ty'Son Williams - 0:15:07 Ronald Jones/Mark Ingram - 0:18:54 Ronald Jones/Leonard Fournette - 0:20:28 Josh Jacobs vs. Elijah Mitchell - 0:23:04 Terry McLaurin - 0:26:13 Robby Anderson - 0:29:14 Chase Claypool - 0:32:20 Jarvis Landry - 0:34:06 Marquez Callaway/Brandon Aiyuk - 0:34:46 Michael Pittman vs. Zach Pascal - 0:37:07 Darnell Mooney vs. DeVante Parker - 0:38:30 Kenny Golladay vs. Sterling Shepard - 0:39:18 Marquise Brown - 0:41:31 Jakobi Meyers vs. Marquise Brown - 0:43:08 Rob Gronkowski - 0:44:51 Tyler Higbee vs. Jared Cook - 0:46:38 Jonnu Smith vs. Robert Tonyan - 0:49:12 Jameis Winston - 0:50:40 Daniel Jones - 0:54:14 Mac Jones - 0:55:04 NO DST - 0:56:18 GB DST - 0:57:59 Starts/Sits of the Week - 0:59:33 TNF Preview - 1:01:51 Sterling Shepard - 1:01:51 Kenny Golladay - 1:02:45
Joey P. and Yates welcome Chris Welsh (In This League) to discuss the recent 49er madness, Ty'Son Williams, fantasy's most traded players, and our rankings risers and fallers heading into Week 2 of fantasy football season. Plus, we answer questions from our listener mailbag! Sponsors: Pristine Auction - Get the best deals in sports memorabilia including signed helmets and custom jerseys with guaranteed authenticity. Enter registration code "FantasyPros" when you sign up to receive a free $5 credit. Underdog Fantasy - Underdog Fantasy is the best and easiest place to play fantasy football for big cash prizes. Go to underdogfantasy.com, the app store, or the Google Play store, sign up with the code FANTASYPROS, and get a free $25 in bonus cash. Timestamps: Ty'Son Williams - 0:04:42 Hunter Renfrow - 0:05:33 Latavius Murray - 0:06:44 Most Traded Players - 0:08:32 Ty'Son Williams - 0:08:32 A.J. Dillon vs, Ty'Son Williams - 0:10:13 Jamaal Williams vs. Ty'Son Williams - 0:10:56 Ronald Jones/Leonard Fournette vs. Ty'Son Williams - 0:13:41 Myles Gaskin - 0:15:38 Myles Gaskin vs. Javonte Williams - 0:18:12 Myles Gaskin vs. Chase Edmonds - 0:19:16 D'Andre Swift - 0:22:34 D'Andre Swift vs. James Robinson - 0:23:14 Damien Harris vs. D'Andre Swift - 0:25:11 Darrell Henderson vs. D'Andre Swift - 0:28:42 Mike Davis - 0:34:17 Ty'Son Williams vs. Mike Davis - 0:36:01 Elijah Mitchell - 0:37:24 Buy Low/Sell High - 0:43:21 Ezekiel Elliott - 0:43:21 Brandon Aiyuk/Deebo Samuel - 0:46:38 Brandin Cooks vs. Brandon Aiyuk - 0:49:07 Melvin Gordon - 0:51:15 Rest of Season Risers and Fallers - 0:53:07 Jamaal Williams - 0:53:07 Damien Harris - 0:53:46 James Robinson - 0:54:31 Antonio Brown - 0:55:42 Ja'Marr Chase - 0:56:17 Raheem Mostert/Elijah Mitchell - 0:57:38 Corey Davis - 0:59:59 Brandon Aiyuk - 1:01:04 Tyler Boyd - 1:01:37 Listener Mailbag - 1:02:26 Laviska Shenault vs. Tim Patrick - 1:02:26 Deebo Samuel vs. Javonte Williams - 1:02:49 Kareem Hunt/Emmanuel Sanders vs. Najee Harris - 1:03:30
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s one race of the 2021 season didn't come and go quietly. Jr. and co-host Mike Davis decided to discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly from his race and bring in some of the characters in play. Dale's 14th place finish in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Virginia's Richmond Raceway ruffled a few feathers. The 2-time Daytona 500 Champion discusses the on-track incident that wrinkled his racecar and led to the sub-par result. Plus, the post-race discussion between him and a not-so-happy Kyle Weatherman. It was a conversation that still has Dale chippy. During the race, Dale Jr. also traded some paint with Xfinity Series regular Josh Williams. So why not call Josh? We didn't just call him, we learned his side of the story. Williams also shares about his fight to the top of the NASCAR ranks, something that Dale admits he respects even more after racing against drivers like him in the series. Jr. Nation was a little rough on Williams. How has he weathered the storm? JR Motorsports driver Josh Berry was also in the race, in another team's car, and went wheel to wheel with his friend Dale Jr. for the very first time. Dale brings Josh on to talk about that first. The most special moment for Dale though, was having his family there with him for the race. What did it mean to him to have Amy, Isla, and Nicole by his side before the race? Dale and the DJD gang talk about Dale's broken toe during AskJr presented by Xfinity, and the foot photo that revealed it. We also talk of potentially getting behind the wheel of a Gen-6 NASCAR Cup Series racecar to learn the car for his broadcasting duties. Speaking of fresh rides, Dale Jr. explains why his garage Corvette has been replaced by an indoor-bouncy house. That and much more on a special edition of The Dale Jr. Download. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joey P., Yates, and Andrew Erickson (PFF) go through the start/sit options for Week 1 of the fantasy football season! Sponsors: Bachan's - It's still grilling season and the ideal time to check out Bachan's. Bring your family and friends together with delicious, rich flavor. Go to bachans.com/fantasypros and use the code “FantasyPros” at checkout for 20% off. FanDuel - Get a 20% bonus on your first deposit — up to $500 — when you sign up at fanduel.com/fantasypros or when you download the FanDuel fantasy app and use the code FANTASYPROS. Timestamps: D'Andre Swift - 0:07:08 Melvin Gordon/Javonte Williams - 0:10:07 Trey Sermon - 0:13:40 Kenyan Drake - 0:14:49 Gus Edwards vs. Damien Harris - 0:16:24 Darrell Henderson vs. D'Andre Swift - 0:17:39 Mike Davis vs. Raheem Mostert - 0:19:38 Michael Pittman - 0:22:29 Laviska Shenault - 0:23:38 Marquez Callaway - 0:25:56 Jaylen Waddle - 0:27:15 Jakobi Meyers - 0:28:34 Michael Gallup - 0:29:29 Ja'Marr Chase - 0:30:13 Antonio Brown vs. Corey Davis - 0:34:15 Robby Anderson vs. JuJu Smith-Schuster - 0:36:20 Ja'Marr Chase vs. Jerry Jeudy - 0:38:35 Ezekiel Elliott vs. Saquon Barkley - 0:40:54 Jonnu Smith vs. Mike Gesicki - 0:45:03 Austin Hooper - 0:47:15 Noah Fant - 0:50:18 Baker Mayfield - 0:52:27 Kirk Cousins - 0:54:00 Jimmy Garoppolo - 0:54:49 MIA DST - 0:57:32 CAR DST/NYJ DST - 0:58:23 Jake Elliott - 0:59:58 Start & Sit of the Week - 1:00:55 TNF Preview - 1:02:31 Michael Gallup - 1:02:31 Leonard Fournette/Ronald Jones - 1:03:21
Behind nearly every superstar is a publicist. For a young Dale Earnhardt Jr, the man behind the public-machine that became the Dale Jr and the Budweiser number-eight was a man named Jade Gurss. Not many will know the name, but he was a major player in the growth and trajectory of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Hall of Fame NASCAR career. For the first time ever, Jade and Dale Jr sit down to talk about the good-old-days and some that were far from it. While doing public relations for Budweiser, Jade was the man managing Dale Jr behind the scenes. From at-track interviews, to magazine articles, to appearances on major television shows, Jade Gurss was making things happen. Gurss and Dale Jr talk about some of the biggest things they did together, from presenting at the Video Music Awards, being on the Late Show, to Dale Jr hosting an episode of MTV cribs, it was a publicity path that brought Dale, and NASCAR, to areas of American culture that most drivers never went. Just how did some of it come about and how did the introverted Dale Jr handle being thrust into the spotlight on such a stage? It wasn't always simple. Dale and Jade even joke about sitting between Jessica Simpson and Mandy Moore at the VMA's to a blundered appearance on David Letterman's show. The print about the second-generation driver didn't just come in racing publications, the exposure soon rocketed from Sports Illustrated all the way to Playboy and Rolling Stone magazine. This conversation isn't just a two-way street either. Co-host Mike Davis, a long-time employee and friend of Dale, got his introduction and big opportunity getting hired by Jade Gurss to fill-in for him on the Bud-8. The role grew Davis' public relations career to new heights. They re-unite and tell stories of what it was like managing a young and difficult driver during years that saw everything from major parties to major appearances. They also put it all out on the table about Davis' decision to leave Gurss and take a full-time job with Jr Motorsports. Takes of boxing ring black eyes with Arturo Gatti and rock-star-like bandana coverups highlight this insightful conversation. They also get deep about Dale's Mike Wallace interview and how Dale Jr believed his father pulled him from the burning Corvette racecar at Sonoma. Jade opens up about writing the book about Dale Jr., Driver #8, and the meeting with Teresa Earnhardt and Ty Norris right before it went to print. Before Jade showed up, Dale Jr and Mike Davis chit-chat about a cute video of Isla, that hints at the desire to be a racecar driver someday. Was it just cute or does Dale take it seriously? They also talk about the coming-of-age process of Jr Motorsports driver Noah Gragson and how he's developed relationships with sponsors that have helped him grow in his career. AskJr presented by Xfinity delivers some tough questions for Dale, including one about the role of the flagman that gets him thinking about something he's never paid much attention to. He shares a story about the first time TJ Majors spotted a Cup car and might've exxagerrated the green flag call by a few corners. Dale discovers that he'll be racing against his great friend Josh Berry at Richmond this week, as Dale prepares for his lone time behind the wheel of a NASCAR racecar in 2021. The DJD gang poke fun at each other, mainly at producer Matthew Dillner's expense, and have a great time during this packed episode of awesomeness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Never judge a book by its cover... IMSA Sportscar racer Jordan Taylor is a perfect example of the saying. A clean-cut, put-together, shy young racer who has a heavy foot, and much to the delight of Dale Earnhardt Jr, a strange sense of humor that makes him one of the most interesting racers on the planet. The second-generation driver comes in nervous to one of the biggest interviews of his career at the table with Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis. Although admittedly sweaty and nervous, the layers break down quickly and we learn what makes this unique personality so relatable to so many. From his alter-ego on social media to the wild videos he posts, most of what Jordan does comes from real-life stories. He shares the hilarity of several of these tales from his first girlfriend not turning out to be what he expected and the nightmare that ensued, to his Instagram getting hacked and the threat of nude photos on the black market. Yeah, if that wasn't enough for ya, how about a tale of a surprise colonoscopy. We told you he was interesting. Besides his dynamic internet presence, Taylor is a very accomplished young racer. He explains how he went from a kid watching his dad race to becoming a Championship sportscar driver. He and Dale share stories of their experiences at the 24-hours of Daytona. Dale opens up about his blunders behind the wheel while racing with his father and the Corvette team. This leads to an unreal Dale Jr. story of how his dad found out that he smoked cigarettes! Why did Taylor, a champion in the IMSA Prototype division, make the bold decision to leave those cars to move away from his family team and race for Chevrolet and Team Corvette in the GT LeMans ranks? We uncover the mindset behind the decision. How close has Jordan come to racing stock cars in NASCAR? Dale Jr. opens up about his attempts to get the road course ace behind the wheel of a car at JR Motorsports. Jordan Taylor recently finished second in the prestigious 24 Hours of LeMans and raced with a black Dale Earnhardt tribute helmet. Well, Taylor didn't just bring the helmet with him, he shocked the room by giving the helmet to Dale Earnhardt Jr as a gift of appreciation. Before Taylor came into the studio, Dale and the DJD gang discuss the recent Daytona weekend, which included Amy and Isla making the special trip. What makes Dale Jr. so tickled about having his three-year-old daughter at the race track? They also discuss the Daytona Beach and Road Course exploring that Lost Speedways spawned on social media. With Darlington on the horizon, which is not far from Myrtle Beach Speedway, Dale shares some of the best stories that didn't make the popular episode of the Peacock TV show. In AskJr presented by Xfinity, Leah selects some fan questions about iRacing and the possibility of mapping the famed Beach and Road Course. Could it really happen? Dale Jr. also shares his feelings about Whoop data and what the technology that monitors driver heart rates could mean moving forward and beyond the scope of the NASCAR on NBC broadcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices