Public research university in Columbia, Missouri, United States
I could see any of nine teams being a future annual opponent for Mizzou football. My second choice will likely surprise you. Priorities: Proximity, intrigue/fan interest, and geographical fun factor. Follow Locked On Mizzou for FREE, and never miss an episode:
Dave Matter and Ben Frederickson break down newly committed Mizzou quarterback Jack Abraham and his track record and explore the looming competition he faces in Columbia. Is the seventh-year veteran an obvious upgrade over incumbent underclassmen Brady Cook and Tyler Macon? Dave and Ben also discuss this weekend's NCAA softball regional, where the surging Tigers host Missouri State, Illinois, and Arizona in double-elimination play. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Every week, Josh Hawley takes the lead for the GOP on what a true conservative should do, this time rejecting another $40 billion for Ukraine. He's not flashy, but it's pretty easy to support what he stands for as he always defends his positions brilliantly. Consumers are turning on companies that get political by avoiding their products and services. You know, like libs avoid this podcast. You won't believe the percentage of American voters that say they are likely to dump somebody over a stance. The Royals change hitting coaches, but that isn't going to fix much. Their real problem is what I call the "Nicky Lopez Dilemma." We explain. In Missouri, a new law will allow coaches at Mizzou to broker money deals for players and if you want to have a beer while you watch Tiger Woods, get ready to shell out $18 for just one can. Let's Go Brandon.
Missouri changed leadership this offseason. Cuonzo Martin is gone. In his stead is one of the best young coaches in the sport: Dennis Gates. Our Jim Root, a Missouri fan at heart, joins Gates to talk through what his tenure in Columbia will look like. Can Mizzou be Mizzou again? Field of 68 Instagram Field of 68 TikTok You can binge the Field of 68's entire Off The Carousel series here: Apple Podcasts Spotify SUBSCRIBE! Our YouTube Channel Apple Podcasts Spotify FOLLOW! Rob Dauster Jeff Goodman Field of 68 Check out TheFieldOf68.com to see our full roster of podcasts!!!
While it may seem like the world of advertising is all headed toward the Metaverse, there is still value in traditional marketing. Radio, television, and newspaper, combined with digital components, can make an impact. In this episode of OUTdrive, Cliff sits down with Aric Bremer to discuss how businesses can use a multichannel approach to reach their goals and objectives. Aric is a sales manager at Zimmer Radio and Marketing Group, where he works with numerous local businesses to put together comprehensive marketing plans that bring a positive return on their investments. Aric has been a radio personality with Clear 99 in Columbia, Missouri for over 20 years and still hosts the weekly Afternoon Drive show spot. Aric is also the voice of Mizzou Arena as the public address announcer for the Missouri Tigers men's basketball and Mizzou volleyball teams. Aric got his start in radio at KDRO in Sedalia when he was just 15 years old. He went on to earn a degree in communication from the University of Missouri. Tune into this episode of OUTdrive to hear Aric's tactical team approach to client marketing plans, how he became the voice of Mizzou Arena, and details behind starting “Blended, Blessed, & Always a Mess,” a podcast hosted by him and his wife, Angie. What you'll learn: Aric's background growing up in Sedalia, Missouri, and his journey to working in radio Aric's experience as the voice of Mizzou men's basketball and volleyball What goes into Aric's role as sales manager at Zimmer Radio Marketing Group, which includes digital marketing and on-air work The story of Aric's blended family and how he and his wife decided to start the “Blended, Blessed, & Always a Mess” Podcast Marketing strategies Aric is seeing that are working well for his clients How Aric entered into the voice-over industry, working for regional, national, and even international companies Updates on the Mizzou basketball program and the 2022 Cardinal baseball season What Aric enjoys about living in rural America and why he loves the opportunity to come home to Sedalia
Mizzou softball earned a top-16 seed in the NCAA regionals for the second straight year. Head coach Larissa Anderson joined the Big Show on Monday to talk about the team's run in the SEC tournament, and the chance to host regionals again in Columbia.
Abraham has an impressive completion percentage, but concerns lie beneath. Kobe Brown is back! (Wait, did he ever leave?) Plus, Mizzou softball is hosting Missouri State on Friday, and the Women's College World Series is gaining momentum. *** Follow Locked On Mizzou for FREE, and never miss an episode:
What's the next roster move Dennis Gates wants to make? Chris Kwiecinski of the Columbia Daily Tribune joined the Big Show on Thursday to discuss the roster makeup for Mizzou men's hoops so far, and what roles need to be filled. Plus, we talk about the current Mizzou football QB situation and Mizzou softball's postseason outlook.
Welcome back to another episode of Dive Cuts with Sam Snelling and Matthew Harris. Well there was some unfortunate news with some of Mizzou's transfer market targets last week. However, there was some good news as Head Coach Dennis Gates announced some exciting new hires to round out the staff. Matt and Sam go in depth on these two topics with a positive outlook on the future. You can follow the members of Today's show on Twitter @SamTSnelling & @MattJHarris85. Have a question for one of our podcasts? Leave a 5 star review with your question and that show just might answer it in an upcoming episode! Do you like Rock M Radio? Drop us a review and be sure to subscribe to Rock M Radio on your preferred podcasting platform. And be sure to follow @RockMNation on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Victoria Nieveen RD, LDN, IFNCP joined Jill Devine on this week's episode. Victoria's Bio: I am a Functional Nutrition dietitian who specializes in women's health. I graduated from Mizzou with my Bachelor's in Medical Dietetics, and currently a Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine Master's student at the University of Western States. Today, I help women with absent or irregular cycles nourish their bodies and balance their hormones, so that they can conceive. Unlike conventional protocols, I use a whole-body approach and faith-based coaching to help my clients reconnect with their bodies, regulate their cycles, and optimize their fertility. I use my experiences, both personally and professionally, to help women realize their story isn't over yet. God has more in store for them. This means trusting their body again, cultivating a positive relationship with food, achieving their healthy hormone goals, and integrating all forms of wellness into their lives. Here are some additional notes from the conversation: Book Resource: The Fifth Vital Sign by Lisa Hendrickson-Jack Follicular phase- the first day of your period to ovulation (first half of the cycle) Ovulation- time when the ovary releases an egg Luteal phase- time after ovulation until your next period (second half of the cycle) Website: https://vn-nutrition.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flo.fertilitynutrition Instagram: @flo.fertilitynutrition Two Kids and A Career Website: https://www.jilldevine.com/ Two Kids and A Career Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jilldevine/?hl=en Two Kids and A Career Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JillDevineMedia/ Thank you to our sponsor: Elemental Esthetics
Today I chat with Ron Zetcher. Ron is a legend in sports officiating. Ron is in the Greater St. Louis Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame, St. Louis Jewish Hall of Fame, Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, St. Louis Hall of Fame. Ron tells us about his substitute teaching experience, his years in basketball, highlights of his career, refereeing, the walkaway, a heartbreaking Mizzou basketball game, an example of kindness he's witnessed, and how to find him! #MichMash #Podcast #Kindness #RonZetcher St. Louis Hall of Fame: http://www.stlshof.com/ron-zetcher/ Missouri Sports Hall of Fame: http://mosportshalloffame.com/inductees/ron-zetcher/
Amber J. Lawson joins us today to Radiate Love on the Radiate Wellness Podcast. The Kansas City native, who acted with John Hamm at Mizzou, is a recovering international media executive, a philanthropist, the cofounder of Emmy-nominated and IAWTV winner, Comedy Gives Back, CEO of Goddess Process, and committed to women going from burnt out to on fire in her emotional intelligence mastermind Woman On Fire. goddessprocess.us/woman-on-fire. Goddess Process is a transformation company for women who desire a supportive, diverse community as the catalyst to transform various aspects of their life, uplevel their career, and step into their power. Through training women of all titles and professions, Amber J's laughter-filled fiery passion evokes divine inspiration in Olympic athletes, frontline workers, CEOs, and moms to journey deep into their own possibilities and destiny. Her newest program, Wild Woman 3-Day Challenge, starts on May 17th! When you sign up for Wild Woman, you will be challenged to get out of your comfort zone to live a life of passion, creativity and abundance. Learn more here: www.goddessprocess.us/3daychallengesparcc Be sure to check out Amber J's website, programs, and offerings at her linktree https://linktr.ee/GoddessProcess. Don't forget to like, share, and follow this podcast! Sounds simple, but it helps others find us and our amazing guests.
Collin Brister joins to discuss Ole Miss' sweep of Mizzou, what was real and what wasn't, what the Rebels need to do to get into the NCAA Tournament, pitching rotation and much more.
Plus, Mizzou football adds depth with two transfers: DJ Coleman and Demariyon Houston. While I'm not upset that Missouri lost out on Bohanon in football, Sharp would have made the basketball Tigers a potentially elite defense. Also, this probably goes without saying, but I would take a Gabarri Johnson-level prospect at QB every season. Tiger fans must be patient with Eli Drinkwitz as long as this level of recruiting remains. Follow Locked On Mizzou for FREE, and never miss an episode:
The battle over NIL, and the issues that are arising as some believe we are in a Pay For Play Era, moreso than Name, Image & Likeness. We discuss all of that with David Hale of ESPN to get his perspective on all of this. What are the dangers of not having specific guidelines to how money should be paid out when it comes to recruiting, and whether it comes from business owners vs boosters and collectives. Also, we go Around The Conference, as Mizzou lands a big QB commitment for 2023, some more transfer portal news in football, and Tennessee baseball locks up the SEC East title once again. Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisGordy and @LockedOnSEC Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Cardinals have some momentum in San Francisco. We talk it over with Ben Frederickson here. We look at Mikolas' first few starts and the support from the bullpen. Also, what's the plan to address Dejong's offense? Ben talks about the scenario moving Edman to shortstop. Blues back home tonight with a huge playoff game. We get into the team trying to swing the luck in their favor, battling hurt and the non-suspension for Jared Spurgeon. Ben mentions a few guys in recruiting news for Mizzou football, namely quarterbacks as well. Listen here:
Columbia Daily Tribune Sports Editor Chris Kwiecinski officially introduces Matt Stahl, the Tribune's new Missouri Athletics beat reporter, names Matt the host of the Mizzou Sports Podcast, goes through a mailbag with questions for Matt and discusses Mizzou women's basketball as well as thoughts on the SEC's coaching searches. Thank you to Tribune photojournalist Madeline Carter for curating the mailbag.
How would Gerry Bohanon potentially affect Mizzou's offense? Gabe DeArmond of PowerMizzou.com joined the Big Show on Thursday to discuss the Tigers hosting the Baylor transfer QB last weekend, and the state of Mizzou men's hoops in the transfer portal. Plus, we talk about the NCAA reportedly trying to put new regulations on NIL and recruiting.
Mizzou lost its best freshmen in basketball (Trevon Brazile) and football (Mekhi Wingo), but this is no issue to the supposedly "rational sports fan". But my question is, when does this new world start to erode the idea that "WE will get'em next year"? *** Follow Locked On Mizzou for FREE, and never miss an episode:
Auburn football has the toughest schedule in college football. Last season, it was sixth. This is important when adjusting your expectations for the 2022 season after Bryan Harsin has had a full year to start his rebuild on The Plains. Auburn has two simple non-conference games to start the year, the following three games against Penn State, Mizzou, and LSU will set the tone for the entire season. The first five games of the season will go a long way in giving fans insight for how this season will unfold. If only one quarterback starts those five games and Auburn goes 5-0 or 4-1, Auburn football fans will be in a great spot approaching the rest of the season. On today's Locked On Auburn, Zac Blackerby is joined by Mike G of the War Rapport to discuss these topics and how Auburn could start the season. They also chime in about Tank Bigsby's rushing attack in SEC play and how that needs to improve in 2022 across the season. Later in the show, Ross Jackson of Locked On Saints joins the show to talk about former Auburn safety signing an UDFA deal with the New Orleans Saints. Jackson shares what he likes about the Monday signing and how he can make the roster. Discord: https://discord.gg/4BT7Y2uVHu Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Is former Isaih Mosely an option for Mizzou? Aijha Blackwell is heading to Baylor, and what a huge mistake by Robin Pingeton. Plus, while questions remain about the Tiger basketball offense for 22-23, a certain Western Kentucky center would put the defense in a great spot. *** Follow Locked On Mizzou for FREE, and never miss an episode:
Bernie offers up his thoughts on the first round of the NFL Draft including how the SEC dominated featuring five members of the Georgia defense going in the first round. Bernie also dives in to how Georgia's dominance puts pressure on Mizzou.
An exciting week for the Cardinals, both good and bad. A few losses to the Mets- one with Scherzer dominating. But the team bounced back with a win, a fight and an Ankiel-esque throw from Dylan Carlson. We visit with Ben Frederickson about it all this morning. What do we make of the baseball issue and players getting hit by pitches? Blues wrap up the regular season tonight fighting for home ice advantage. We get Ben's thoughts on tonight and playoffs next week. He says Husso in goal for game one. Yuri Collins is back at SLU. Ben gives us details on that and the NIL money. MIzzou basketball and football recruiting insights too. Listen here:
WE ARE BACK ON SCHEDULE EVERYONE AND WE HAVE A GOOD ONE FOR YOU. Coming off of the very expected win over Ole Miss last weekend we are looking ahead to what we need to make the postseason. Join us as we talk about what the dawgs need to do to get there.
Welcome back to another episode of Dive Cuts with Sam Snelling and Matthew Harris. The guys welcome special guest Matt Minnick of SB Nation's Tomahawk Nation to talk about Mizzou's new head basketball coach, Dennis Gates. You can follow the members of Today's show on Twitter @SamTSnelling, @MattJHarris85, & @TomahawkNation. Have a question for one of our podcasts? Leave a 5 star review with your question and that show just might answer it in an upcoming episode! Do you like Rock M Radio? Drop us a review and be sure to subscribe to Rock M Radio on your preferred podcasting platform. And be sure to follow @RockMNation on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this week's podcast, Dave Matter is joined by a special guest, newly hired Missouri associate head basketball coach Charlton “C.Y.” Young for an extensive discussion on all things Mizzou hoops. Young shares his thoughts on following Dennis Gates to Columbia, the secrets behind their success at Florida State, his recruiting philosophies for Mizzou's roster and his long-held fondness of the Tiger' program, including an exclusive never-before-told story from his high school days in Miami, Florida that tied him to Mizzou decades ago. Also, Dave opens the podcast previewing Mizzou's top prospects for this week's NFL draft. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pelicans radio play-by-play voice Todd Graffagnini joins Matt to start the show. We preview tonight's Game 5 between the Pelicans and the Suns in Phoenix. Matt reacts to LSU DL Joe Evans decision to enter the transfer portal. Matt goes around the SEC with stories on Arkansas, Tennessee, Florida, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Mizzou. […] The post AFR 4-26-2022 Hour 1 | Pels-Suns Game 5 appeared first on 1045 ESPN.
In hour one of After Further Review, Matt celebrates the Pelicans Game 4 victory over the Suns. We also discuss the LSU QBs coming out of 15 spring practices. Matt reacts to LSU's sweep of Mizzou in baseball. John Gambadoro of 98.7 FM in Phoenix joins Matt to talk Pels-Suns as the series shifts back […] The post AFR 4-25-2022 Hour 1 | Pels Even Series with Suns appeared first on 1045 ESPN.