The ECNL Podcast features Kristine Lilly, the all-time leader in international caps for both men and women. Lilly is also a two-time World Cup champion, two-time Olympic gold medalist, and won four NCAA National Championships at the University of North Carolina. Breaking the Line podcast host, Dean Linke, talks with Lilly about her career with the US Women's National Team, her time at North Carolina, and more.
HOO BOY have we got a packed episode for you this week. After Tulsa football's loss to Memphis last week, we are officially bowl-ineligible and the #MontyWatch discussion is reignited. We dig into Coach Montgomery's status, potential names in the college football coaching world to watch for, and more. After that, we bring in Rob Steeg from The Daily Stampede to preview this week's game against the USF Bulls and also commiserate with us about head coaching woes. Rob was a blast as usual, definitely tune in for the interview. We round things out by talking men's basketball signing day, the win over Jackson State, and previewing the Myrtle Beach Invitational before getting into women's basketball, men's soccer headed to the NCAA Tournament, cross country heading to the NCAA National Championships, and more. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 - Memphis Recap 9:35 - #MontyWatch 37:33 - Players of the Game 45:56 - Future AAC Football Schedules 55:15 - Around the AAC (Football Edition) 1:00:49 - USF Preview ft. Rob Steeg of The Daily Stampede 2:06:57 - Men's Basketball Signing Day 2:08:58 - Men's Basketball Recap 2:31:41 - Myrtle Beach Invitational Preview 2:37:02 - Women's Basketball 2:44:30 - Around the AAC (Basketball Edition) 2:47:31 - Men's Soccer -> NCAA Tournament 2:50:00 - Cross Country -> NCAA National Championships 2:54:30 - Women's Volleyball 2:55:41 - Outro --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegoldenhurricast/support
Don Horn dreamed of playing football as a kid in the 1950's. He became an All-American quarterback in college, playing for legendary SDSC coach Don Coryell and winning an NCAA National Championship alongside future Hall of Famer, John Madden and Joe Gibbs. In 1967, Don was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the 1st round (25th overall) and had a legendary career playing for coach Vincent Lombardi. during his career, Don played in some of the most iconic football games in history including the infamous Ice Bowl (Green Bay vs Dallas Cowboys) and Super Bowl II (vs the Oakland Raiders). Today Don continues his relationship with the NFL through alumni events and the non-profit Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund which helps former players who need assistance with financial and medical help.
Our Great Coach on this episode is Tom Ryan. Tom Ryan is a former All-American college wrestler, and now coach of the Ohio State Wrestling team. During his collegiate wrestling career, he was a member of the University of Iowa 1991 and 1992 NCAA and Big Ten championship teams. He became a Head Wrestling coach at Hofstra University in New York in 1995 leading them to six consecutive conference titles from 2001 to 2006. He then moved to Iowa to coach, and in 2015 Led the wrestling program to the NCAA National Championship. He has won multiple coach of the year awards, and at present is the owner of a 76% match winning ratio. From the highs of winning championships and coaching Olympic Gold medalists to the unimaginable loss of his own child; Tom Ryan is a coach with a deep appreciation for the pain that can either de-rail or elevate your life. His coaching philosophy is infused with a focus on truth and love, Truth to help you see the areas where you can develop; and love so you have the confidence that you will be supported as you develop and grow. I chased Tom for 6 months to get this interview, and I am so glad I did. His lessons on leadership and life are truly universal; and some of the key ones for me were How the coaches role is to reduce stress through controlling their emotions. This reduces tension in the athlete and allows them to focus on the task at hand. Giving feedback the moment a skill is not being executed properly in a way that is productive . And how great athletes truthfully assess themselves in a way that allows an accurate development plan to put in place. The great story he shares about the prisoner of war James Stockdale and the importance of combining optimism with realism. And wanting to leave a legacy of helping people to learn to love deeply; and with a few Olympic and World Champions along the way. This was a wonderful conversation, and I hope you enjoy it as much as Jim and I did. If you would like to send us any feedback or if you know a great coach, who has a unique story to share, then we would love to hear from you, please contact us at email@example.com You can also follow us and comment on all our Great Coaches here Twitter @CoachesGreat Facebook @TheGreatCoaches Instagram @the_great_coaches_podcast YouTube The Great Coaches Podcast LinkedIn The Great Coaches Podcast
This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features University of Texas Golfer Mason Nome. Mason was born and raised in the state of Texas and had committed to UT before he even started high school. Between the time he committed to starting at UT, he played in high level AJGA invitationals and found great success in them. When it came time to start playing at UT, he was more than ready to go and play with teammates like Cole Hammer, the Coody brothers, and so many good players. Nome takes us through his years at UT and what he's been able to learn from not only his teammates, but alumni like Jordan Spieth, Scottie Scheffler, and many more. Mason was also a contributor to the NCAA National Championship team in 2022 and gives great insight on what that winning feeling was like. Enjoy the show!
It's not often you hear me say, “Sic'em Bears,” but today is one of those days. My guest is Scott Drew, and if you are a fan of college basketball, I'm sure the name is very familiar to you. I know some of you are probably thinking, “Is this becoming a sports podcast?” But whether you like sports or not, you can get something really meaningful from this episode.Coach Drew is the head men's basketball coach at Baylor University. We talk about how he manages the tension of talking about Jesus, others, and yourself (J.O.Y.) with players who aren't Christians. We discuss his golden season winning the NCAA National Championship in 2021, what he does to make sure his wife and kids know that they have his undivided attention, and how he led his student-athletes through a COVID year. Although it's every coach's dream to win a national championship, Coach Drew's main priority is to keep Jesus at the center of his team. He does that is by having team Bible studies, enforcing a no-cussing policy in practice, and starting and finishing every practice with prayer. If you're not a Baylor or basketball fan, I strongly believe that after you listen to today's episode you will be a Scott Drew fan!Connect with JamieFacebook // Instagram // YouTubeGET ALL THE LINKS FROM THE SHOW HERE
Dottie Pepper is an accomplished champion as a junior, collegiate, & professional golf player. Dottie earned a full-ride to Furman University, where she won individually 5x, was a 3x All-American, and twice recognized as Furman Female Athlete of the Year. Dottie led the Furman Paladins to four NCAA National Championship appearances, and Dottie individually finished inside the Top-5 three of her four years, including a 2nd place finish in 1985. Following her amateur career, Dottie, had an amazing professional career with 17 wins and 2 majors, and six Solheium Cup appearances. Dottie, sometimes referred to as "Hot Pepper" was a dominant force for the US Solheim Cup team with a career 5-1 Singles record. Upon an early retirement due to injury, Dottie transitioned into the broadcasting world working as a a broadcaster for networks such as ESPN, The Golf Channel, and now CBS. Dottie is now also an author, releasing her book, "Letters to a Future Champion," a unique and personal compilation of letters to and from Dottie and her late coach, Mr. Pulver. Episode Content: Dottie and Mo discuss Dottie's impressive golf career with memories and stories for her experiences at Furman, up through her professional career as a player and broadcaster. Dottie and Mo also talk through topics relevant for younger generations including personal accountability, work ethic, mental health, and the LIV Tour.www.dottiepepper.net @dottie_pepperwww.coachmogolfpro.com @coachmogolfpro
Patriot Sports is already collecting awards! Boy, they hate Russ in Seattle, don't they? The NCAA National Championship game will kick off an hour earlier this year, the Cowboys making questionable moves, MLB news nobody heard, Thursday Night Football simulcasts, Wisconsin set the women's volleyball attendance record. The Raiders have a business proposal they may have to refuse, and a Chick-Fil-A hero saves the day
Coach Laura Harper shares her journey from growing up in Elkins Park, PA to becoming a Head Coach at the NCAA DI level. She led her high school team to a state championship as a freshman and then went on to lead Maryland to a NCAA National Championship in 2006 as well, she eventually was drafted eighth in the first round of the WNBA Draft and played professionally until 2013. After her playing career ended, Harper joined the coaching ranks at Loyola Maryland (2013-2014) before moving onto High Point (2014-2016) and then returning to the DMV when she joined the coaching staff at George Washington (2016-2017). Coach Harper accepted an Assistant Coach position at Florida (2017-2019) before getting her first job as a Head Coach at Montverde Academy (2019-2020) in the Sunshine State. Coach Harper was named the Head Coach at Coppin State in 2020 and spent two seasons at the helm, Harper and her staff flipped the program by winning 13 more games that they won in her first season under her. She was named the MEAC Coach of the Year in 2022 and on April 20, 2022 was introduced as the Head Coach at Towson. **Sponsored by FastModel** Be sure to check out FastModelSports.com and use the promo code "BOXSCORE" for 15% off your purchase. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beyondtheboxscore/support
Ryan Talbot (https://www.instagram.com/_ryan_talbot_/) is an All-American Decathlete for Michigan State University. After several injuries and health issues, Ryan began a carnivore diet in the midst of his decathlete season as an NCAA Div 1 athlete. He went on to win the Big Ten Championships on carnivore, break the school record, and compete in the NCAA National Championship. He's recently appeared on Boundless Body Radio with Casey Ryan Ruff and the Plant Free MD podcast with Dr. Anthony Chaffee. This episode is brought to you by Optimal Carnivore. Do you struggle to eat organ meat? Optimal Carnivore was created by Carnivores for Carnivores. They created a unique organ complex from grass-fed animals in New Zealand. It includes 9 different organs - Liver, Brain, Heart, Thymus, Kidney, Spleen, Pancreas, Lung etc. Taking 6 capsules is the same as eating an ounce of raw organ meat from the butcher. Get 10% off your order by going to https://amzn.to/3hSXXtu and using the code: carnivore10 at checkout! (currently only shipping within the US) LMNT is offering a free sample pack along with any regular purchase when you use my custom link drinklmnt.com/carnivorecast . The LMNT Sample Pack includes 1 packet of every flavor. This is the perfect offer for 1) anyone who is interested in trying all of our flavors or 2) wants to introduce a friend to LMNT. Go to drinklmnt.com/carnivorecast to claim this awesome deal! What questions would you like answered or who would you like to hear from in the carnivore or research community? Let me know on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY “Easy and elite were never meant to coexist.” And if you wish to lead a life as an elite performer, like Tom Ryan, then you have to be prepared to embrace “chosen suffering.” Tom Ryan is the Head Coach of the Ohio State University Wrestling Team. It was his guidance and leadership that led the team to unprecedented heights by winning the 2015 NCAA National Championship, among many milestones. He also had a decorated wrestling career as a 2x NCAA All-American, taking second in the 1991 NCAA Tourney and third in 1992 for the University of Iowa. Tom embraced “chosen suffering” to become elite in what he does. This became the inspiration for his book, "Chosen Suffering: Becoming Elite In Life And Leadership." It wasn't until he and his wife, Lynette, suffered the sudden death of their five-year-old son, Teague, that they encountered “unchosen suffering” in a way they never wished. In this fire, they found their faith and a process to push through the pain. Tom joins us in this episode of the Success Through Failure podcast to share his passion for transforming ordinary lives into elite champions through his stories of unbelievable courage, strength, love, and faith. Tune in now! If you don't have time to listen to the entire episode or if you hear something that you like but don't have time to write it down, be sure to grab your free copy of the Action Plan from this episode— as well as get access to action plans from EVERY episode— at http://www.JimHarshawJr.com/Action.
This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features University of Nevada, Las Vegas golfer Yuki Moriyama. His junior career was something only junior golfers would dream of from playing around the world in junior tournaments to being the 1st Japanese golfer to qualify for the U.S. Junior Am 3 times in a row. Yuki goes in depth on how his success helped him get a ton of looks by top Division I programs and how he ended on committing to University of Oregon where he spent a couple of seasons playing at. It wasn't until right after this year's NCAA National Championship, he entered the transfer portal and he was back in the recruiting process. Moriyama tells us why he chose UNLV and how they made him feel special. Yuki and the Rebels are looking forward to getting the season going so they can show the true colors of the UNLV program. Enjoy the show!
Check out our new Patreon page! Get access to the Boundless Body Radio Premium Podcast, with a new episode added every other week! Other perks include early releases of our episodes, extended video content, and group and one on one coaching!Ryan Talbot is an All-American Decathlete for the Michigan State University Spartans. After several injuries and health issues, Ryan decided to try a carnivore diet when he was several months into his NCAA Div. 1 season as a decathlete. He describes his experience as “becoming a new athlete” on a plant-free diet. On a carnivore diet, Ryan won the Big Ten Championship! His body recovered in time win the Big Ten, break the Michigan State University record in the decathlon, and earn All-American honors, and compete in the NCAA National Championship. He was also a first-place finisher in the decathlon at the Jim Click Shootout in Tempe, Arizona, on April 8, 2022. He looks forward to many years of success as a young athlete eating a plant-free diet. He recently appeared on The Plant Free MD Podcast with our former guest, Dr. Anthony Chaffee, which you can check out on episode 261 of Boundless Body Radio.Find Ryan at-IG- @_ryan_talbot_The Plant Free MD Podcast with Dr. Anthonee Chaffee- Episode 58: NCAA Div .1 All-American Decathlete and Big Ten Champion Ryan TalbotFind Boundless Body at-myboundlessbody.comBook a session with us here!
Ohio State University Head Coach Tom Ryan led the Buckeyes Wrestling program to their first-ever team NCAA National Championship in 2015 and was named NCAA Wrestling Head Coach of the Year in both 2015 and 2009. Under his tutelage of more than 15 years, the Buckeyes have earned 12 individual titles, 53 All-American honors, and 22 Big Ten Distinguished Scholar selections. Coach Ryan joins Nick to discuss the qualities that stand out in multi-sport athletes, the importance of developing a deep love for the sport, and how suffering is part of the growth process.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Like many of us, Sunny Gilbert found her way to cycling through running. A mid-distance runner at Mizzou, Gilbert stood atop a great number of podiums, including at the NCAA National Championships. After completing her undergrad work she continued her studies in Boulder, CO, where she discovered triathlon (and a number of other sports, like mountain biking and snowshoe racing). She eventually discovered the cyclocross bike and rose to the top of the U.S. cyclocross scene, where she's not only taken home a silver and bronze medal at the U.S. National Cyclocross Championships, but won the 2019 Single Speed CX World Championships! Sunny was kind enough to take some time out of her busy work and training schedule to talk with me in mid-August, as the 2022 Cyclocross Season starts to wind up! Be sure to keep up with Sunny all season long on Facebook and Instagram @run4funner Also, as a subscriber to the Bike Talk with Dave podcast, you're welcome to a free three-month subscription to the Adventure Plus streaming platform! Just click the link below and get registered for the 600+ films, with 10 new films a week being added! https://adventureplus.com/orders/complete_order?o=76196Britain's biggest Adventure Film Festival is coming to North America! Make your plans to join the Kendal Mountain Film Festival Tour this Fall. Visit https://us.kendalmountaintour.com for dates, tickets and information. Thanks for listening to Bike Talk with Dave! If you'd like to support the show, you can do so by rating, reviewing and sharing! If you'd like to support the show financially, and help it improve, you can go to BuyMeACoffee.com and throw some loving my way - I'll use it to make the podcast better AND I'll send you a Bike Talk sticker! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dmable122QBike Talk with Dave is a production of Summit Media Films, an award-winning indy film company that is not afraid of snow. Check out the films on the Adventure Plus streaming app with your free 90-day subscription! 1000 Miles to Nome, Down the Kuskokwim and Reach for the Stars.
Riley Gaines has been a competitive swimmer since the age of 8, regularly spending between two and five hours a day training. Her dedication and commitment to competitive swimming earned her a scholarship at the University of Kentucky. This year, she found herself competing against Lia Thomas, a biological male transgender athlete who dominated women's swimming in 2022 by shattering previous records and by winning the women's 500-meter freestyle NCAA National Championship. In this interview, Gaines recounts her experience racing against Thomas and the dejection she endured when NCAA officials chose Thomas to hold the fifth-place trophy instead of Riley after the two tied in the 200-meter freestyle championship event. Gaines also tells us about her experiences so far as an advocate for women's sports at a time when the Biden administration is pushing to amend Title IX protections to ensure transgender athletes can compete in women's sporting events and use women's locker rooms. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Randy Waldrum is the Head Women's Soccer Coach of both the University of Pittsburgh and the Nigerian Women's Senior National Team. Prior to joining Pitt, Waldrum transformed the University of Notre Dame's Women's Soccer program into a consistent national contender, winning two NCAA National Championships in 2004 and 2010. Coach Waldrum joins Nick to discuss the changing landscape of youth soccer today, how parents can better navigate club demands for year-round commitments, and why youth coaches need to reeducate parents on the likelihood of a DI college scholarship.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Andrew talks with new Kansas State University Men's Basketball Head Coach Jerome Tang. Before joining Kansas State earlier this year, Jerome spent 19 seasons with Baylor as an assistant and associate head coach. He helped lead Baylor to an NCAA National Championship in 2021 and two consecutive Big 12 regular season titles in 2021 and 2022. As you'll hear in this conversation, when Jerome interviewed for the job at Baylor nearly 20 years ago he had just $10.81 to his name. His story is all about relentless determination, a can-do spirit, and a commitment above all else to serve others. This conversation is filled with timeless lessons to help you win the day and get on the road to achieving your most ambitious goals. Show Highlights:2:14 - Getting started at K State3:16 - Interviewing for job at Baylor3:25 - Turning $10.81 into a dream4:47 - Selling your vision to others6:34 - Recruiting approach6:55 - Developing the whole person7:29 - Role of Jerome's parents9:46 - Benefits of serving in multi-faceted roles10:30 - Learning from others11:16 - Balancing person over production11:46 - Creating work/life balance12:52 - Serving as a role model14:51 - Coach Tang's 3 "Non-Negotiables"19:23 - Building a consistent winner21:11 - Adapting communication styles22:10 - Creating a team environment22:43 - Impact of NIL and transfer portal23:31 - Building personal relationships24:55 - LeadershipCONNECT WITH ANDREW ON SOCIALTwitter: @andrewhmosesInstagram: @AndrewMoses123NEWSLETTERSign up for e-mails to keep up with the podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter!
DA and K.Dot decided to talk about Aliyah Boston in their latest episode. They talked about her amazing 2021-22 season where she led her South Carolina Gamecocks to the NCAA National Championship. Just the College season is quiet, doesn't mean we don't talk about them. The Week On EarthPeabody Award winning producer brings you the strangest climate stories on our planet.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the9450/message
About the author Everett Harper is the CEO and Co-Founder of Truss, a human-centered software development company, named as an Inc 5000 fastest-growing private company for 2020 and 2021. He is a rare combination of a Black entrepreneur, Silicon Valley pedigree, National Champion, and a proven record for solving complex problems with social impact. He had the foresight to build a company that's been remote-first since 2011, salary-transparent since 2017, anticipating the importance of hybrid work and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) by a decade. Before Truss, Everett was at Linden Lab, maker of Second Life, a pioneering virtual world, and Bain and Company management consultants. Though both his parents had pioneering careers as software programmers for IBM, Everett is the first in his family to attend college, as an A.B. Duke Scholar at Duke University. While majoring in biomedical and electrical engineering at Duke, he also won a NCAA National Championship in soccer. He was inducted into the North Carolina Soccer Hall of Fame in 2019. Everett graduated with an MBA and a M.Ed in Learning, Design and Technology from Stanford University. In his career, he's leveraged his education and experience to help millions of others, from helping fix healthcare.gov at Truss, fighting poverty worldwide as a Board Member of CARE, and helping low- and moderate-income homebuyers while at Self-Help, a community development finance institution. Everett grew up a small town kid in New York's Hudson Valley. He currently lives in Oakland, CA, making limoncello when life hands him lemons. Source: https://www.everettharper.com/about About the book Lead organizations, solve problems, and sustain growth with effective practices for complex, uncertain, and unpredictable environments. Renowned CEO and strategist Everett Harper explores practical techniques for making pivotal decisions through uncertainty in Move to the Edge, Declare it Center—a pragmatic playbook for leaders solving complex problems in high-pressure environments. You'll discover a collection of practices, processes, and infrastructure that can be applied to your own circumstances and scaled throughout your organization. The author's framework—which is perfectly suited to an increasingly volatile, uncertain, and unpredictable business environment—offers effective ways to make decisions without complete information. It demonstrates how to sustain a team through uncertain and stressful periods while managing personal anxiety. The book includes case studies from World Central Kitchen, policymakers responding to Covid-19, and California wildfire fighters, adaptable playbooks on salary transparency, remote work, and diversity and inclusion, and personal stories from the author that describe strategies for maintaining high performance and avoiding burnout. An indispensable guide to modern business leadership, Move the the Edge, Declare it Center is a one-of-a-kind discussion of effective, modern strategies to deal with complex problems in the face of uncertain outcomes. Source: https://www.everettharper.com/about-the-book Big idea #1 – Move to the EdgeThe whole idea of move to the edge, declare it centre was inspired by a quote about Andy Warhol; “Move to the edge, declare it centre and let the world reorganise itself around you”. Everett and his team did just this, even if it took the world a decade to catch on with things like being a remote first workplace, which they started doing way back in 2011. This whole approach is one of responding to complexity, and using interior and exterior practices to do that. Move to the edge specifically, is the practices, processes, and infrastructure to address complex problems. Its methodology involves being at the edge of your knowledge and the unknown, in that liminal space between the two. It's where you need to get curious; you're looking for insights, running experiments, and thinking about how you can find out new things and see different perspectives. The more expert or experienced you are, the more you need to do this. It is equivalent to things like Tiger Woods changing his swing several times during his very successful career, or Michael Jordan making a late-career jump shot change. These things force a new perspective, no matter how far into your career you are. Big idea #2 – Declare it CentreDeclare it centre is about building operations to systemise, scale and share innovations so that they can deliver the desired outcome. It's this that enables the individuals, teams, companies, and organisations to sustain the work with less individual effort. A great example of this in the book is painting the Golden Gate Bridge. Every single year on exactly the same day, they start painting the Golden Gate Bridge. Everything is done exactly the same as the year before, to the day, and once it's done, they are ready to do it again the following year in the same way and on the exact same day. Systemising and scaling ways of working so that you can repeat them allows you to sustain the work. Another great example Everett talks about is the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955 to 1956 that lasted 382 days. In advance, Rosa Parks and her compatriots were training in the Highlander centre and the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee for years to get ready to sustain themselves. They had to create plans and infrastructure and build relationships to make sure it was sustainable; to move forward they had to build a whole system around it. Systemic change requires sustained effort. Big idea #3 – Being Human TogetherBeing humans together is something very specific to the way that Truss choose to work. At Truss, they have a weekly 30-minute meeting just for a chat, to learn about each other and encourage conversation on different topics. Move to the edge, declare it centre creates better human and diverse conversations. It forces you to hear new views and have access to experiences you haven't always aligned with or lived. Everett talks about if you grew up on the edge, because of where you were born, your race, your culture, your gender, or your sexual identity, you're in a great position to say “this thing was not designed for people like me”. Whereas if you grew up in the centre, you have the opportunity to move to the edge and let the centre be someone else, and you can listen to their perspectives and then design products / services accordingly. This requires the use of internal practices to overcome those voices or discomfort that you will naturally experience as a result of moving to the edge and having some things disrupted in your mind around what is true and what is right. Everett has a great quote in the book - The new normal is complex, train for it. Support my book habit: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/stephsbookshelfSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Will Holcomb V (@WillHolcombV) explains how he went from playing on a 9-hole course in Crockett, Texas to beating the #1 and #2 ranked golfers in the country at the U.S. Amateur in 2019. Will played golf at Sam Houston State and led them to their first NCAA National Championship appearance. Now, he plays professionally and won his first event at the All Pro Tour Victoria Open in April.---Follow us:Twitter - @TournamentCodeInstagram - @thetournamentcodeYouTube - The Tournament CodeHosted by: Cooper Collins (@coopercollins99) and Daniel Hamrin (@DanielHamrin)---(01:22) – How Will got into golf(10:33) – the worst mental state he was ever in during a tournament(13:12) – how Will approaches his pre-shot routine(20:31) – the transition to college golf(26:18) – averaging 71 on a broken foot(30:05) – Will's 2019 run in the U.S. Amateur(38:15) – Sam Houston State's run to the 2021 National Championship(52:01) – the business of being a professional golfer(55:41) – how Will schedules his tournaments(58:39) – how Will keeps golf in perspective
Ryan Talbot went carnivore 6 months ago during his NCAA Div 1 season as a decathlete for Michigan State University, and in his words, "Through carnivore I have become a new athlete. You were 100% right when you said I would unlock my super powers ... I finally feel like I'm turning into the athlete I want to be." On Carnivore, Ryan not only won the Big Ten Championship in the Decathlon, but did so only 6 days after a hamstring injury that he thought might end his season. But, on a Carnivore diet, his body recovered in time win the Big Ten, and break the MSU record in the decathlon. Earning All-American honors in the NCAA National Championship, Ryan will go on to represent America against Germany in July in the Thorpe Cup! Watch and support him there! FOLLOW RYAN ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/_ryan_talbot_/ FOLLOW AND CONTACT ME AT: Sign up for our 30-day carnivore challenge and group here! https://www.howtocarnivore.com/ The Carnivore Bar, Discount Code "Anthony" for 10% off all orders! https://the-carnivore-bar.myshopify.com/?sca_ref=1743809.v3IrTuyDIi For Consults or collaborations, please email me at: AnthonyChaffee@gmail.com Shop Amazon https://www.amazon.com/shop/anthonychaffeemd?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp INSTAGRAM: @anthonychaffeemd www.instagram.com/anthonychaffeemd/ TWITTER: @Anthony_Chaffee TIKTOK: @AnthonyChaffeeMD Facebook Group: The Carnivore Fix https://www.facebook.com/groups/1078241659422805 Weekly Q&A sessions: https://www.patreon.com/thecarnivorelife For more of my interviews and discussions, as well as other resources, go to my Linktree at: https://linktr.ee/DrChaffeeMD OR my website at: www.TheCarnivoreLife.com And please like, comment, share, and subscribe to my podcast here and Apple/Google/Spotify podcasts, as well as my YouTube Channel to get updates on all new content, and please give a 5 star rating! Music track: Acoustic Breeze from Bensound.com #carnivore #keto #weightloss #thecarnivorelife #carnivorediet #weightsandsteaks #teamcarnivore #meatheals #yestomeat #nutrition #diet #autoimmune #rugby #rugbyunion #rugbyplayer #weightlossjourney #weightlifting #steak #bodybuilding #strength #strengthtraining #weighttraining #zerocarb #ketovore #ribeye #liondiet #ketodiet #carnivoreketo #ketotransformation #carnivore75hard #vegan #sowell #thomassowell #dairy #milk #cheese #nsng #lchf #lcif
Dr. Jerry Lynch, author of The Competitive Buddha and numerous other books, suggests we learn by trying things and testing our limits. Faith, he says, is knowing that we will be O.K. whether we succeed or learn something from our failure. In his thirty-plus-year career, Lynch has consulted Steve Kerr, head coach of the Golden State Warriors, Olympic athletes, and NCAA National Championship teams. Find Dr. Jerry Lynch at www.wayofchampions.com Go behind the scenes with Polly and how she applies this stuff in her life at pollycampbell.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, Travis and Tom revisit some of their preseason predictions for the 2022 NCAA men's lacrosse season. Find out which were spot on, and which were way off. Fresh off winning an NCAA National Championship, Maryland's Nick DeMaio joins the show (23:52). He talks about the pressure of going undefeated, his love of the Boston Celtics, and when he may suit up in the PLL. Speaking of the Premier Lacrosse League, Tom and Travis share what they learned from Week 1 in Albany and what they think they'll learn from Week 2 in Charlotte (34:20). NLL Insider and host of the "Lacrosse Classified" Podcast Jake Elliott visits to look ahead to Game 2 of the NLL Finals between the Colorado Mammoth and Buffalo Bandits (44:52). Things finish up with thoughts on Boston College's Charlotte North winning her second straight Tewaaraton Award over UNC's Jamie Ortega (1:02:01).
Zoe Hickel is a former professional ice hockey player and Team USA Gold Medalist. Zoe has played the sport she loves all over the world and has competed in two International Ice Hockey Federation Women's World Championships (gold-2015, 2016) and one Four Nations Cup (1st-2015).Zoe currently manages Hockey Programming and Community Relations for the Coachella Valley Firebirds, the AHL affiliate of the Seattle Kracken. She is leaping into this next chapter of life- fresh from finishing assistant coaching for the Ohio State University women's hockey team. As an assistant coach, Zoe got to witness the Buckeyes' women's hockey team greet much success by securing their first ever NCAA National Championship in March 2022.Now that she's been transplanted to California, Zoe is excited to welcome her love for hockey in a different capacity. While Zoe still trains, coaches, and educates many up and coming players, she is transitioning her focus onto a management and developmental role for the Coachella Valley Firebirds.Zoe shares with us that people don't really listen to what you have to say, until they feel like you care about them on a personal level. She brought her spunk, adventurous stories, and full circle moments to the table in this interview. You won't want to miss it. Sit back, relax, and get your pens ready!!Follow Zoe's journey on Social Media:Insta: @ziickelTwitter: @zoehickel
She has had an extensive career in volleyball. The sport has seen her in roles from head volleyball coach at Shawnee Mission East, a high school in Prairie Village, Kansas, to being a volunteer coach at the college level with the Kansas Jayhawks, and even coaching a club team, plus, having been a student-athlete at the University of Texas where she played for four years and was a member of the 2012 NCAA National Championship team. Prior to her time with the Longhorns, she played on the U.S. Girls' Youth National Team that competed at the 2011 International Volleyball Federation Girls' Youth World Championship. She led her high school to two Colorado 5A State Championships and was a two-time Gatorade Player of the Year.
Coach Jeff Dillman is a winner on and off the court and field. He was the strength and conditioning coach that helped Glen “Big Baby” Davis, Tyrus Thomas, and the rest of a talented LSU Tigers squad to the 2005-2006 NCAA National Championship and went on to win another ring in the weight room with the Alabama Crimson Tide. Jeff then served as the head of S+C for the South Carolina Gamecocks football team, before heading back to Bradenton, Florida for a second stint at the world-renowned IMG Academy. A true servant leader and family man, Jeff is also an in-demand public speaker and has made keynote addresses for the likes of TRX. In this episode, Jeff shares: · What Nick Saban taught him about living a victorious life · How he survived and thrived in the hectic college football environment · What his wife did to remind him of the importance of being where his family's feet are · Why he's excited to develop young people at IMG Academy · What he's had to sacrifice to develop his coaching career To keep up with Coach Dillman, follow him on Instagram.
This week, we are joined by Austin Fulton of the men's golf team after Austin became the first UWG golfer to qualify for NCAA Nationals. On this episode, we recap the Regional with Austin as well as look ahead to next week's NCAA National Championship in Dearborn, Michigan.
Sam and Kurt are back with another podcast this week - and they cover a wide variety of topics. From covering the National Championship a couple days ago, to discussing the MLB Season, and that horrible team from LA. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow us on Instagram @AllSportsCulture
Congrats to the winner of our bracket challenge! @ssklugman please reach out to us via email or on social media with a screenshot of your bracket in first place and we will get you your prizes! In this episode, we react to the national championship game between North Carolina and Kansas as well as sprinkle some thoughts about the tournament weekend as a whole (0:43). Then, we discuss the Lakers missing the playoffs altogether (*disclaimer*: We recorded on Tuesday, April 5th, 2022 the night the Lakers and Suns played to determine if LA would miss, so we did not the result when we discussed). We also break down the SUPER close play-in race in the eastern conference (27:16) Lastly, Trevor has a 2 point chance in TRIVIA (53:22)!Check out our 2022 NBA Draft Big Boards! https://thetwopointerspodcast.com/nba/our-2022-top-14-nba-draft-prospects/Let us know your thoughts on social media or via the contact page on our website! Article from Voyage Raleigh about the show:https://voyageraleigh.com/interview/daily-inspiration-meet-josh-gupton-and-trevor-everette/If you enjoy the show or love basketball, subscribe and give us a 5-Star review! It is greatly appreciated. www.thetwopointerspodcast.comTwitter: @TwoPointersFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheTwoPointersPodcastInstagram: @TheTwoPointersPodcastTikTok: @TheTwoPointersPodcastMusic courtesy of: Lakey Inspired https://www.youtube.com/c/LAKEYINSPIREDTPP Logo courtesy of: John Thorne https://www.johnharmonthorne.com/Website courtesy of: Jacob the web dev, owner of Snazzy Solutions
Had to let fate decide…cause someone on this show couldn't. This week we discussed who we thought should be on the All-NBA teams, the NBA Play-In standings, WrestleMania 38 ratings, the NCAA National Championship games, NFL transactions, and more. Blow The Whistle Victims: Joel Embiid and the Washington Football Team #TECKTop5: Best Players in the NBA Catch the show LIVE on YouTube: - Tuesday's at 6pm CT - Thursday's at 7:30pm CT (TGN/YouTube exclusive) YouTube: https://youtu.be/1IZ3JPfUgJA Get at us: https://linktr.ee/TECKFoul
Kevin opened the show with one of the show's legal contributors, Neil In Rockville, to discuss the latest back and forth between the Commanders and attorney Lisa Banks who represents former Washington VP of Ticket Sales Jason Friedman. Kevin then recapped last night's NCAA National Championship win by Kansas. John Keim/ESPN jumped on to talk about his recent interview with Ron Rivera who said he expects a lot from this year's team and that the team "should be ascending". Barry Svrluga/Washington Post called in from Augusta to talk Final 4, Duke, and Tiger Woods' chances at The Masters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio start by breaking down the NCAA National Championship from last night. Kansas came back from down 15 at the half to beat North Carolina. Jerry's first update starts with audio play by play and sound from coaches and players from last night's NCAA Championship game. Kevin Durant doesn't care who they play in the Play in Game. Boomer & Jerry argue about the Nets spending money on players that didn't play. Daniel Jones was asked about his health yesterday. Brian Daboll was asked a stupid question. Mets hire Jake Eisenberg to call games on the radio when Howie Rose is out. Jerry plays one of his HR calls. Carlos Beltran misspoke on YES, saying Aaron Judge and the Yankees have a new deal. They do not. In the final segment of the hour, we play clips of Tiki & Tierney arguing and Gio thought it got heated
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio start by breaking down the NCAA National Championship from last night. Kansas came back from down 15 at the half to beat North Carolina. Jerry's first update starts with audio play by play and sound from coaches and players from last night's NCAA Championship game. Kevin Durant doesn't care who they play in the Play in Game. Boomer & Jerry argue about the Nets spending money on players that didn't play. Daniel Jones was asked about his health yesterday. Brian Daboll was asked a stupid question. Mets hire Jake Eisenberg to call games on the radio when Howie Rose is out. Jerry plays one of his HR calls. Carlos Beltran misspoke on YES, saying Aaron Judge and the Yankees have a new deal. They do not. In the final segment of the hour, we play clips of Tiki & Tierney arguing and Gio thought it got heated. Hour 2: The 7am hour starts with Masters talk. Gio is in a Masters pool and has 5 golfers. Gio can't believe the lifecycle of Tiger Woods. He has completely rehabbed his image and most people are rooting for him. Boomer & Gio want to toss it to Masters On The Range at 9am. Jerry returns for another update and starts with audio from last night's NCAA Championship Game. Daniel Jones says he's ready and good to go for the season. Fred Couples played 9 holes with Tiger yesterday and was impressed. Albert Pujols announces he and his wife are divorcing right after she had brain surgery. In the final segment of the hour, we practice throwing it to Masters On The Range. In the Tiki & Tierney argument, Tiki starts to call BT ‘Traci'. Hour 3: The 8am opens up with talk of the Eagles/Saints agreeing to trade first round draft picks. We then move into the Giants draft. Gio feels like history is repeating itself with the Giants in this draft. We also talk about the Jets situation with their draft. Boomer doesn't want Mekhi Becton eating himself out of the league. Jerry returns for another update. He starts with the NCAA Championship game last night. We hear play by play with Jim Nantz. Daniel Jones talks about the upcoming season. Max Scherzer has his bullpen session today to see if he will start Opening Day. In the final segment of the hour, we try to perfect our toss to Masters On The Range. Boomer's old running back at Maryland, Delbert Melvin, calls in to say he watches every morning. Hour 4: The 9am hour opens with us throwing it to Masters On The Range for CBS Sports Network. We got cut off and they did not thank Boomer & Gio. We take calls on whether we were disrespected by them. Jerry returns for his final update. He starts with Tiger and his potential to play in the Masters later this week. He then has clips from last night's NCAA Championship game last night. Kevin Durant doesn't care who they play in the play in game next week. Daniel Jones was asked about his health. In the final segment of the show, we talk about the Yankees signing Greg Bird to a minor league deal. Mike Puma said Max Scherzer looks good to pitch Friday. And Angel Cabrera is in an Argentinian jail which is why he is not playing in the Masters. Boomer thinks Tiger Woods looks in tremendous shape.
On the first hour of Follow The Money, hosts Mitch Moss and Pauly Howard recap last night's NCAA National Championship. The guys also talk Masters and NHL with Circa Sports Oddsmaker Jeff Davis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(20:10) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: The Bruins survived an overtime battle with the Blue Jackets, 3-2. DeBrusk delivered the game-winning goal in overtime. Kansas posts the largest comeback in national championship game history to beat North Carolina, 72-69. Red Sox have announced a series of roster moves, including Chris Sale hitting the 60-day injured list CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich||@fredtoucher||@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial ||@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website||Twitter||Facebook||Instagram
Legendary sports shock jock Scott Ferrall takes the gaming world by storm with his “in your face” style, previewing the evening slate of games going over lines, totals and props, keeping you out of harms way and on the right side of the line. Ferrall and the crew are back for an all new episode of Coast to Coast! On this episode, Ferrall and Carver recap all the actions from last night's NCAA National Championship game, share some NBA picks, touch on the latest MLB news, and much more! Plus, James Young joins Scott to give his best Prop Bets for tonight's NBA slate and more!
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Today on the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed how it is no longer a scientific study keeping mask mandates on our public transit system but a political one for political theater. There is no reason to keep these mandates around on our buses, trains and airplanes especially when Biden is also ending the Title 42 that is re-opening our southern border to migrants. End the mandate! 6:04-NEWS 6:07-Lt. Governor John Fetterman skips the first debate between fellow Democrats. 6:25- NCAA National Championship tonight 6:35-White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is leaving for a job at MSNBC 7:04-NEWS 7:07-Rutgers University will require masks in the classroom 7:24-Pressure building on the Biden Administration to lift the mask mandate on transportation 7:32-New York City Mayor Eric Adams order homeless camps to be cleared out, causing outrage from the left 7:45-CUT SHEET | Rob Klein gets some advice from George Stephanopoulos on Democrats' stance on crime | Christie destroys the media's dismissal of the Hunter Biden laptop story | Joe Biden mistakes Michelle Obama as former Vice President | Kamala Harris has no answer when asked if Putin should remain in power 8:02-Candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania, Bill McSwain, joined Rich to discuss his campaign for Governor being the old one advocating for a permanent gas tax reduction to help Pennsylvanians at the pump. Also, his time to protect residents in Philadelphia amid the failures of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner. 8:17-FDA appeared to shut down some of its experts that did not promote a second booster against COVID 8:20-NEWS 8:38-President of Ukraine Zelensky made an appearance at the Grammy's last night. 8:45-Everyone is happy Duke lost 9:04-NEWS 9:09-School students establish a black market for snacks after the school banned it 9:14-NYC health official gets in trouble after referring to white people as "birthing people" and Hispanics and Black as "mothers" 9:26-Biden ends Title 42 to open up our southern border but won't end the mask mandate on public transit. 9:42 CUT SHEET | Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to find a way to regulate bitcoin | Jen Psaki mentioned pregnant and postpartum people instead of women | Jen Psaki won't confirm her move to MSNBC | Pete Buttigieg warns us to get used to high price hikes until we're energy independent on clean energy | 9:55-Final Thoughts Photo by: Getty Images
Zeoli Show Hour 1: In the first hour of the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the news that Press Secretary (and acting President) Jen Psaki will be leaving the White House for a position at MSNBC. 6:04-NEWS 6:07-Lt. Governor John Fetterman skips the first debate between fellow Democrats. 6:25- NCAA National Championship tonight 6:35-White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is leaving for a job at MSNBC Photo by: Anna Moneymaker / Staff
In the final hour of The Lookahead, host Greg talks about the Eastern Conference race in the NBA and previews the NCAA National Championship game. Later in the show, Greg gives us his best bets. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Legendary sports shock jock Scott Ferrall takes the gaming world by storm with his “in your face” style, previewing the evening slate of games going over lines, totals and props, keeping you out of harms way and on the right side of the line. Ferrall and the crew are back for an all new episode of Coast to Coast! On this episode, Ferrall and Carver recap all the Final Four and NBA action from the weekend and much more! Plus, James Young joins Scott to give his best Prop Bets for tonight's NCAA National Championship game and more! And Jason Scott joins to discuss the NCAA Championship action.
Legendary sports shock jock Scott Ferrall takes the gaming world by storm with his “in your face” style, previewing the evening slate of games going over lines, totals and props, keeping you out of harms way and on the right side of the line. Ferrall and the crew are back for an all new episode of Coast to Coast! On this episode, Ferrall and Carver discuss all the latest NFL free agency news, touch on the NBA MVP odds, and much more! Plus, Cousin Sal joins to discuss bets for the NCAA National Championship!