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Gramlich and Mac Lain
Episode 173: ESPN's Jordan Cornette talks Notre Dame, Sports Media, Marriage & ACC Football

Gramlich and Mac Lain

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 57:31


One of the best humans in the business joins Mac & Kelly this week to discuss playing basketball at Notre Dame, his journey to ESPN, being married to a fellow ESPNer (Shae Cornette) and previews the 2022 ACC football season! Produced by Richmond Weaver

The Late Kick with Josh Pate
College football's decision time | Late Kick Live Ep. 263

The Late Kick with Josh Pate

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 62:10


Late Kick Live Ep. 263 features Josh Pate revisiting the Nick Saban vs Jimbo Fisher dust-up earlier this week and using it to springboard the conversation forward. Is College Football at one of the most important inflection points in the sport's history? Amid all the doom and gloom, could we see a positive result emerge from this that helps players get what they want WHILE conferences solidify their power moving into the next generation? The bold predictions segment returns for another evening of the most out-on-a-limb proclamations Pate State can muster including FSU winning over 8 games, Notre Dame falling to Ohio State but still making the College Football Playoff, UGA and Alabama each losing in September, and more. Josh also dives into the Late Kick mailbag for another spicy Q&A segment including statements from a certain Auburn mega-booster about what did and did not happen during the recent Bryan Harsin drama. All that plus the Mood Tracker is back as we take a look at the temperature of the Michigan fan base. Follow Josh on Twitter: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on Instagram: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on TikTok: @LateKickJosh Have a question for Josh? Email the show! Follow or Subscribe to The Late Kick with Josh Pate on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe to the 247Sports YouTube Channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Buckeye Weekly Podcast
Which Former Buckeye Quarterback Would Have Fit Best In Ryan Day's Offense?

The Buckeye Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 37:24


In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast, Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman answer a handful of listener questions. Among the topics today are the following.- How do freshmen determine their jersey numbers/- Is Dallan Hayden being underestimated?- Ranking the top starting quarterbacks from 2001-2017 as fits in Ryan Day's offense.- Will the Buckeyes run mainly a 4-3 against Notre Dame?- Did Greg Mattison "provide cover" for Al Washington at linebacker given the fall off last year?- What is the best sports cartoon based on real players?

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show
Which Top Opponent Is Ohio State Most Likely To Crush This Fall?

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 20:45


The early betting lines are out for Ohio State's five biggest regular-season games this fall, and the Buckeyes are double-digit favorites in all of them. Has that ever happened before?Tony Gerdeman, host of the Buckeye Weekly podcast, joins host Tom Orr to answer that and more. - Are the Buckeyes more likely to blow out Iowa, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Penn State, or Michigan?- Which of those opponents is going to make things much closer than the point spread would indicate?- Plus a look at three other lines for big games across college football later in the season that seem a little strange.

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Bernie Fratto analyzes the NBA Conference Finals

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 40:41


Bernie reacts to the Miami Heat winning over the Boston Celtics, taking a 2-1 lead in the NBA Eastern Conference Final. He also thinks the Warriors are going to win the series with an aspect of their game that may surprise you! It's never too early to bet on some college football as sports bettor and college football expert Brad Powers (@BradPowers7) joins Bernie to speculate on USC and Notre Dame's 2022 seasons. Mackenzie Rivers also joins the show talking about what trending lines from the NBA Playoffs. All this and much more here on Straight Outta Vegas. #fsrweekends See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell
Bernie Fratto analyzes the NBA Conference Finals

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 40:41


Bernie reacts to the Miami Heat winning over the Boston Celtics, taking a 2-1 lead in the NBA Eastern Conference Final. He also thinks the Warriors are going to win the series with an aspect of their game that may surprise you! It's never too early to bet on some college football as sports bettor and college football expert Brad Powers (@BradPowers7) joins Bernie to speculate on USC and Notre Dame's 2022 seasons. Mackenzie Rivers also joins the show talking about what trending lines from the NBA Playoffs. All this and much more here on Straight Outta Vegas. #fsrweekends See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bri The Sports Guy
E461: Warriors limit Luka and win easily in game 1; Canes beat Rangers in OT; Flames win 15 goal onslaught over Oilers 9-6; Our friend Fain pens a great article about the NBA and China for ESPN; 3 SEC and 3 Big Ten teams plus Notre Dame and Utah make up t

Bri The Sports Guy

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 26:01


Warriors limit Luka and win easily in game 1; Canes beat Rangers in OT; Flames win 15 goal onslaught over Oilers 9-6; Our friend Fain pens a great article about the NBA and China for ESPN; 3 SEC and 3 Big Ten teams plus Notre Dame and Utah make up the top 8 in the Athletic's CFB projection and Bri likes Homa, Dad likes Koepka in the PGA.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat – Friday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 70:05


Darin Pritchett hosts Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat weekday's from 5-to-7pm(ET) on 960am WSBT.  On Friday's show, Notre Dame loses a member of the class of 2023 as running back Sedric Irvin Jr re-opens his recruitment, Nick Saban apologizes,

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat – Friday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 70:05


Darin Pritchett hosts Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat weekday’s from 5-to-7pm(ET) on 960am WSBT.  On Friday’s show, Notre Dame loses a member of the class of 2023 as running back Sedric Irvin Jr re-opens his recruitment, Nick Saban apologizes,

The Buckeye Weekly Podcast
Predicting Kickoff Times And Networks For Every Ohio State Football Game This Year

The Buckeye Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 55:04


Two kickoff times have been announced for the Buckeyes this season, as the Michigan game will be a noon kickoff on FOX and the Notre Dame game will be a 7:30 pm kickoff on ABC. No other kickoff times have been announced, but that doesn't mean we can't speculate on the rest of the schedule.In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast, Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman take a week-by-week look at the most likely network destinations and kickoff times for the Buckeyes. Will the Notre Dame game be the only one home game under the lights, or one of several? Will Penn State be another White Out? How many road trips will be at night for Ohio State? The fellas take a crack at deciphering all of it.

The Mike Wagner Show
The legendary Notre Dame college basketball coach Digger Phelps is my very special guest!

The Mike Wagner Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 29:30


Former Notre Dame Hall-of-Fame college basketball coach Digger Phelps talks about his amazing career as head basketball coach of the Fighting Irish including 7 upset wins over #1 nationally ranked teams, including a 71-70 win that broke UCLA's 88-game winning streak coached by John Wooden! Digger also talks about how he got started coaching including how he got his nickname, transitioning from coach to basketball commentator for ABC, CBS, ESPN and is also the author of two books “Undertaker's Son: Life Lessons from a Coach” and “Father Ted Hesburgh: He Coached Me” plus his involvement in a number of charities and served under George H.W. Bush for the Office of National Drug Control Policy! Check out the amazing legendary Digger Phelps on all platforms, Amazon and und.com/coach/digger-phelps/ ! #diggerphelps #notredame #fightingirish #collegebasketball #UCLA #ABC #CBS #ESPN #undertakerssonlifelessonsfromacoach #fathertedhesburghhecoachedme #amazon #audible #iheartradio #spreaker #spotify #itunes #googleplay #applemusic #youtube #podbean #anchorfm #mikewagner #themikewagnershow #mikewagnerdiggerphelps #themikewagnershowdiggerphelps

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat – Thursday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 82:11


Darin Pritchett hosts Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat weekday evenings from 5-to-7pm(ET) on Sports Radio 960 WSBT.  On Thursday's show, a look at the rythym of the Notre Dame football schedule, Jordan Addison joins USC, South Bend Country Club

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat – Thursday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 82:11


Darin Pritchett hosts Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat weekday evenings from 5-to-7pm(ET) on Sports Radio 960 WSBT.  On Thursday’s show, a look at the rythym of the Notre Dame football schedule, Jordan Addison joins USC, South Bend Country Club

Cities and Memory - remixing the sounds of the world
Notre Dame basilica - lockdown in Montreal

Cities and Memory - remixing the sounds of the world

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 2:00


Recording of multiple groups of people playing and enjoying their time in the public space across the Basilica. Multiple languages are being spoken, highlighting some of the cultural diversity Montreal represents. A bell is struck in the background. Recorded by Georgios Varoutsos. Part of the #StayHomeSounds project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of the global coronavirus lockdown around the world - for more information, see http://www.citiesandmemory.com/covid19-sounds

The Andy Staples Show & Friends: A show about college football
Stars Matter: Brian Kelly lands California 4-star at LSU, update on Florida's class & more 2023 commitments

The Andy Staples Show & Friends: A show about college football

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 70:56


Ari Wasserman and Mitch Light discuss the latest news and notes on the recruiting trail. Brian Kelly lands a 4-star out of California which isn't typical in Baton Rouge. Billy Napier continues to build his 2023 class at Florida. Notre Dame received a commitment from a 2024 4-star out of New Jersey. Plus, Georgia commit Marcus Washington, a 4-star from 2023 class, reclassified and will be part of the 2022 class. He had been top-rated commit of ‘23 class (No. 69 overall). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

One Foot Down: for Notre Dame Fighting Irish fans
OFD Podcast: Who's your boy?

One Foot Down: for Notre Dame Fighting Irish fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 137:29


Joshua, Jude, and Brendan jump into the podcast hot rod to bring you a real winner of a Notre Dame football podcast. In this episode: HELLO! The integrity of list makers. REVIEWS! We stand by the Bobby Bowden conspiracy and jump into more - COVER UP THE COVER UP! Being loyal to Ohio has no great origin story. An FCS chat. Notre Dame's biggest recruiting challenge might have to do with food despite great pizza and sausage links. Packing a Pilot. The NCAA changes the 25 man recruiting class limit. The beginning of the end of conference divisions. Our trash-talking about the Clemson Tigers officially begins. CROOTIN! The power of getting elite talent to make that official visit. BOOM or BUST with the 2008 class. Drafting our boys for the 2022 season. And plenty more weaved in and out of the show. Please RATE and REVIEW! All reviews left on Apple Podcasts will be read on the next OFD Podcast. Go Irish! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wake Up Warchant
(5/19/22): Recruiting caps, divisions removed from CFB, smart money on FSU Football in 2022

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 62:13


(12:00) NCAA removes 25-man cap to signing classes for the next 2 years (17:00) NCAA removes conference championship rules, Pac 12 to dissolve divisions (24:00) On FSU perhaps going a 3rd straight season without hosting a baseball regional (29:00) O/U 7/5 wins -- what's the "smart money" say (34:00) 2022 or 2023 make or break for Norvell (37:00) Raid the Big XII or keep courting Notre Dame? (40:00) We buying into Jameis in 2022? (44:00) Is there a 1,000 yard rusher on the roster (48:00) More TD passes in 2022: Tate Rodemaker or AJ Duffy (53:00) Who leads the team in INTs in 2022? Music: JER - No One Can Steal My Sparkle Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Blue & Gold Illustrated: Notre Dame Football And Recruiting
What will the identity of the Notre Dame football offense be in 2022?

Blue & Gold Illustrated: Notre Dame Football And Recruiting

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 24:39


On Wednesday, May 18, BlueandGold.com's Tyler Horka joined Darin Pritchett of WSBT SportsBeat AM to talk about the Notre Dame offense without Brian Kelly, the Irish rushing attack possibly led by quarterback Tyler Buchner, the Notre Dame tight end situation and Marcus Freeman's comment about the number of Irish NFL Draftees compared to that of Cincinnati. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Slingin Show
Night game ! Hype Game!

The Slingin Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 57:58


Notre Dame vs Ohio State We are hyped! Ryan Day Extension ! Bet it Bank it Session! Sports News and More !|Twitter: @theslinginshow || Instagram: @the.slinginshow || YouTube: @The Slingin Show |

Heat Ratio Sports
Jordan Davis, Why He Was The Right Pick: Quick Takes W/ Dan Green

Heat Ratio Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 14:04


Despite the fact that many believe the #Eagles hit #NFLDraft22 out of the ballpark, some questions remain. One such question was if Jordan Davis, from the University of Georgia, was the pick to make at 13? Many from the #HeatRatioSports Network wanted the great safety, Kyle Hamilton from Notre Dame. With that in mind, Old School had to reach out to his buddy Jon Andrews from Atlanta, and get the "skinny", on the not so skinny, Jordan Davis. We also discuss a little Nakobe Dean as well! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heat-ratio0/support

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Blue and Gold Illustrated’s Tyler Horka – Wednesday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 21:41


Blue and Gold Illustrated's Notre Dame football beat reporter Tyler Horka joined Darin on Wednesday's Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat to discuss Irish football hot topics.

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Blue and Gold Illustrated's Tyler Horka – Wednesday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 21:41


Blue and Gold Illustrated’s Notre Dame football beat reporter Tyler Horka joined Darin on Wednesday’s Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat to discuss Irish football hot topics.

Mission-Driven
Thomas Cotter '17 & Brendan Quinn '06

Mission-Driven

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 64:01


In this episode, Conor Joslin '23 interviews Thomas Cotter '17 and Brendan Quinn '06.  Thomas and Brendan met while Thomas was a student at Holy Cross. Their professional journeys converge thanks to the app INDX, a startup co-founded by Thomas and funded by Brendan. Through INDX, they hope to channel their energy and create a product that fosters learning, discovery and growth for all. True entrepreneurs at heart, they show us what's possible when you take a problem and focus your efforts on finding a solution. Interview originally recorded in March 2022. --- Thomas: You can't just build something because you care about it, right? At the end of the day, there has to be a problem and you have to be able to solve that problem for people. And so I think you get lucky when you find a problem that you experience personally, that you also care a lot about in trying to solve it. Maura: Welcome to Mission-Driven, where we speak with alumni who are leveraging their Holy Cross education to make a meaningful difference in the world around them. I'm your host, Maura Sweeney from the class of 2007, director of Alumni Career Development at Holy Cross. I'm delighted to welcome you to today's show. Maura: In this episode, we hear from two alumni, Thomas Cotter from the class of 2017 and Brendan Quinn from the class of 2006. Thomas and Brendan met while Thomas was a student at Holy Cross and their relationship has grown from there. Mentor, fellow Crusader, friend and business partner are all titles that can be used to describe their relationship with one another. Their professional journeys converge thanks to the app INDX, a startup co-founded by Thomas and funded by Brendan. Conor Jocelyn from the class of 2023 joins Thomas and Brendan to learn about their journeys through Holy Cross and the circumstances that led them to collaborate on this startup. Champions of a Holy Cross education, Thomas and Brendan are passionate about promoting lifelong learning. Through INDX, they hope to channel their energy and create a product that fosters learning, discovery and growth for all. True entrepreneurs at heart, they show us what's possible when you take a problem and focus your efforts on finding a solution. Conor: So hey Thomas, hey Brendan, how are you guys doing today? Brendan: Hey, Conor. Good to be with you. Thomas: Doing well. Thanks for doing this, Conor. Conor: Yeah, thank you for joining us. So Brendan, how about we start off with you? So could you please tell me a little bit about your background, maybe where you are from, your family life, and then also maybe tell us about when you were searching for schools, what convinced you to choose Holy Cross? Brendan: Yeah. So I am class of 2006, to date myself just right off the bat. Was born in the Bay Area. My folks were in the service, both in the Navy. So I lived in California until I was about four, moved to New England, Southeastern Connecticut more specifically, and grew up there predominantly. Started Holy Cross in 2002. And then after Holy Cross, went on to spend 15 years in financial services at one organization called Silicon Valley Bank. And we'll get into kind of what I'm up to now later on, I'm sure. In terms of what attracted me to Holy Cross, I really think it was like there was an intimacy about it. When I came to visit, I was definitely looking at a number of schools in varying shapes and sizes. And I just had that there was like a intangible feeling about Holy Cross and the community that it embodied that was just very attractive to me. Brendan: And so it was a pretty easy decision. I actually did early decision, was able to convince some people that I might be a good fit. So it worked out and then it's been, I would put it in the top five most important decisions in my life in terms of where I am today. So there's not a day that goes by that I'm not grateful for Holy Cross and my time there and all the relationship that have extended from that one of which being Thomas. Conor: Yeah. I had a very similar experience going to Holy Cross. I applied ED as well, and I was very attracted just to all aspects of it. I mean, it's a great place. Now Thomas, could you also share a little bit about your background, where you're from and then why you decided to attend Holy Cross? Thomas: Yeah, absolutely. Thanks. Conor and Brendan, and I know each other pretty well at this point and I didn't know you were from the Bay Area, Brendan. So I just learned something right there. So that's awesome. I'm from Acton, Massachusetts. So not too far away from Holy Cross, about a 45 minute drive. A little different experience in terms of how I ended up there though. I originally went to Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, where I played football, got some concussions and knew I might want to transfer. And I only looked at a few schools after my freshman or kind of in mid flight of my freshman year to look at transferring. And ironically with Holy Cross, was the first school I ever toured. My mom dragged me, I think as a sophomore or a junior to just go see what a college campus looked like. Thomas: And I always liked it, but when I was originally looking at a school I was out of high school, I just knew I wasn't going to be playing on any of Holy Cross's sports teams. So kind of brought it out of my mind, but I did an interview and looked at the campus and at that point had been in college for a little while. So I feel like I was able to make a pretty informed decision. And the liberal arts education, I was really interested in Spanish and economics and Holy Cross had great programs. And then the smaller school community and liberal arts education really attracted me, which is what brought me there. Thomas: And I'm super appreciative because transferring can be a bit of a challenge to overcome, because you're coming in fresh. A lot of people have their friends and everyone about Holy Cross was super useful and I'll throw a little jab because my grandfather went to BC, but BC actually let me in for transferring, but wasn't going to offer housing. So I'm always even extra appreciative of Holy Cross for their kindness to transfer students. Conor: Oh, awesome. Happy to hear that. So Thomas, I guess we'll ask you this question. During your time on the hill, what were some of the offices, clubs or extracurricular activities that you were involved in and were there any specific experience, classes or professors at Holy Cross that really set you up for success in the professional world? Thomas: Absolutely. No, it's a really good question. As far as extracurriculars, I experimented with a lot of things. I was the co-chair of the Sales Club. I was in the Finance Club, which is actually how Brendan and I ended up meeting, which is a funny story that we can probably pop into with one of those awkward networking calls that everyone tells you to do that thankfully has turned into a friendship, I guess almost lifelong friendship at this point, which is a funny story that I guess those calls actually work, which is nice to see. Thomas: I think one professor that stands out for me is a professor in the economics department, Professor Boyle. I had her for three or four economics classes and she was very rigorous, but she did a really good job of I think leaning on both the quantitative and qualitative aspects of economics, which is what I really liked about it. I also had a lot of really good professors in the Spanish department through that lens. But to your last question on I think how it set up for professional success, my worldview right now retrospectively is that the faster you can learn something new and apply it, the better off you're going to be. In our world things change so quickly that nothing is very static and it's very much a cliche with liberal arts education that you're learning how to learn, but I think there's a lot of truth and foundation to it. Thomas: And so I think my overall experience kind of being able to take in a lot of information, practice thinking for yourself and then applying it, has been the most impactful thing early on in my career because going back, I'm a 2017 grad. The world has changed a lot since then. If I were to be just looking at very specific skills, I think they would've already evolved. Like some of the software skills that I learned at Holy Cross I don't use anymore. Because even though softwares can be out of date, not just one small example. And I think that Holy Cross provided that foundation to continue to learn and adapt, which is really important. Conor: Awesome. Thank you very much. Brendan, I'm assuming you guys probably have pretty similar experiences at Holy Cross with all the different classes and professors, but anything different that stands out to you as something that really impacted your success in the professional world? Brendan: Yeah, I would definitely echo a lot of what Thomas just said there, particularly around the, just like the foundation that a liberal arts education affords. I was also an economics major. I mean, there are so many professors that influenced me, motivated me, touched me in different ways. But the one that actually stands, there's two, one is Professor Mosher who at the time was an adjunct professor and he was my indoctrination into economics at all. I was a pre-med biology major coming into Holy Cross, having grown up in a family, a medical family. And after my freshman year, I was starting to realize that that was not the path that I was going on. And so I was in a lot of ways back to square one in terms of my major and direction I wanted to take. Brendan: My forthcoming professional career and Professor Mosher was, he just had a very lightness about him. He was very, he was a great teacher, a great instructor, very great relationship builder. And so like that, and then kind of marrying that with just my, I have a very macro way that I think and operate, which aligned very nicely with the macroeconomics curriculum that I was being exposed to at that time. And so it just, things clicked. And then further on down the road, Professor Rask was one, took multiple classes with her. I just remember her being again, another just incredible teacher, very careful about the way that she did not try in one size fits all curriculum. She was very customized in her way that she was able to explain different concepts to different people that are coming from things from a different point of view. Brendan: So tying it back to the liberal arts, which I do think is above any specific vertical of subject matter that you're studying, knowing how to think, learning how to make better decisions with better information while also acknowledging for a lot of reasons that Thomas outlined that you're never going to have perfect information continues to serve me every day. And so also like Thomas, I would say that there's very few things in my, like the actual tactical part of my study at Holy Cross that I feel like I'm drawing upon every day. But the foundation of the liberal arts education in like helping you learn how to think and make better decisions, that's going to be a lifetime of value for me personally. So for that I'm grateful. Conor: Yeah. I think that's the beauty of the liberal arts and going to a school like Holy Cross. A few weeks back, I was talking to an alumni and he said something that really stood out to me. He said that like the difference between a Holy Cross student and students that go to large, massive school undergrad business programs, we are completely separated from them because we learn so many different skills. We learn how to problem solve. We learn how to analyze. We learn how to critically analyze. We learn how to read, write. We learn how to present in front of a big crowd. Now that just separates us from so many different students when applying for jobs and internships in the business world. Conor: And I think that's something that really stood out to me as something very impactful for people's careers as a Holy Cross student. So that leads me to my next question. Brandon, our motto at the Ciocca Business Center is major in anything and succeed in business. So can you speak a little bit about, well, I guess both of you, can you guys both speak a little bit about your economics and your accounting majors and the impact that it has had on your professional career? So Brandon, we can start with you and then we'll head over to Thomas. Brendan: Yeah, I would say in terms of my economics understanding in the context of my career, I think what it did was in a little bit more of a specialized way still gave me this foundational understanding of how to think, how to analyze, how to communicate, how to make decisions with imperfect information. Economics is like there's an academic side to economics, but there's also just a practical side of it as well. And so you can't model everything. And so yes, models can help you create a map of reality or the world, but it's not the territory, right? It's a model and it's a framework and it's one that can be utilized to give you kind of broad strokes, directional understanding of things. But specific to the taking that into the real world, you also have to acknowledge that every model is broken, to the upside, to the downside. It's a guide. It's not the answer. Brendan: And so I feel like that with the backdrop of liberal arts education, like I walked out of Holy Cross into my job in financial services at Silicon Valley Bank with that appreciation, probably more so than a lot of my peers that came from more focus financial undergraduate degrees. And in the short term, I definitely had a feeling of, it's not like imposter syndrome, but I felt like I was playing catch up on some of the more technical aspects of my job, but that goes away. Right? Every job, you're going to get technically trained up based on the particular roles and responsibilities of that. And then ultimately where the competition happens, if you will, is at the more foundational levels of how do you think, how do you communicate? How you read, write, make decisions, that's the stuff where liberal arts education and more specifically Holy Cross's version of that, I think sets new graduates up for longer term success relative to their peers. Conor: Yeah. I absolutely agree. That's great points. Thank you. Yeah. Thomas, can you talk about your economics major and the impact it had on your career? Thomas: Yeah. I think I'll just build on what Brendan said or even what... It's funny, you said in chatting with that alum, Conor, a leg up to maybe more traditional skills, but I think Brendan added a nuance to it that's really important, that tying back to the first thing that I said in terms of optimizing for the rate of learning, like how quickly you can apply something, knowing that the benefits aren't going to be linear. So you're not going to take one step and get one step of benefit. It can be sometimes take one step, get four steps of benefit. That sometimes you actually do feel in starting your career that you're behind on some tactical technical skill sets, right? Putting for Brandon's case like a discounted cash flow together. For me, understanding like I don't know, gross margins. I didn't directly learn that in any of my coursework, but you can fill up on a lot of that technical and tactical skills and then start to apply it with systems thinking, communication, leadership skills that I think allow people to benefit. Thomas: And if you think about your college education as a lifelong investment, or hopefully jump starting a lifelong full of learning new things, right? The more important thing to learn is how to learn than the concrete sand you filled in a box in a temporary place in time when you were in school. And so as I think about the economics major, like I said, I spent a lot of time in the Spanish department. For example, I studied abroad and Buenos Aires. A lot of those experiences, I think set up to echo what Brendan was saying, the ability to learn new things with like a very common set of skills that can allow you to be successful in different environments. Thomas: And I think that that would be something I'd pass on to all Holy Cross students that even that first job out of school should be viewed through the lens of just the first step. Right. And even if there is a bit of a learning curve on understanding something super specific to whatever industry or function that you're in, that leaning into those other skills that are lifelong can kind of help you make that something that's more exponential. Conor: Yeah. Thank you. I absolutely agree. Obviously, all of these skills that we learn from the liberal arts education helps to succeed in the business world. But personally, I also think that a big part of it is also the Holy Cross alumni network and everything that they do for us. So how has the Holy Cross alumni network supported you, Brendan? Brendan: Oh, man. I don't even know where to begin because there are so many examples of it. Look, when I was coming out of school, I was doing a lot of meetings. I was doing a lot of coffees and phone calls and whatnot with quite literally just like cold inbound alums and crusaders want to help crusaders. Right? So it's like there's an element of just being part of this community. And if you're an alum, you remember those people that helped you. And so it's almost like a pay it back, pay it forward kind of thing. Another one I'll just say, and I'm not going to, I don't want to flatter Thomas too much, but I will say the alumni network establishing the relationship that we have now and that one being a lifelong friendship first and foremost, and also is flourishing into a number of other dynamics to our relationship that spanned the personal professional continuum. Brendan: And so, I mean, it is the alumni network in a lot of ways that brought us together. And I would say, yeah, Thomas is going to shake his head at me. But I actually look up to Thomas in so many ways in his entrepreneurial spirit, his courage, his commitment, his ability to go from the macro to the micro. And so this, the Holy Cross alumni network, you are engaging with it right now, like the potential and the vibrancy of it. And the encouragement I would give as Thomas was alluding to it before is like you miss 100% of the shots you don't take. So leverage it, take advantage of it. Brendan: As alum, we want to help. And so don't be afraid to reach out, but it is on the individual student to take that first step be proactive, because there's a lot of Holy Cross grads every year. We don't know who needs what and what, where, so it's like people need to come and like have an ask or have a, they want to have a conversation or whatever it is, but just demystifying the fear of taking that first step. Because it's pretty good once you... The water's pretty warm in the alumni network. Conor: Absolutely. I think every person I've talked to in the networking field has been amazing, an amazing experience, and they're so willing to help, which is awesome. Thomas, do you have similar experiences with the Holy Cross alumni network? How have they impacted your- Thomas: Yeah. Well, I mean, first off, thanks Brendan for the overly flattering words. But I mean, I think I can probably answer it just through a story. Right. And it kind ties into how Brendan and I even know each other. But I was terrified my senior year of not having a good job. So I was economics major thinking about finance. I think a lot of Holy Cross students think about that path because it's something their friends are looking at. There's a lot of really good relationships there. And I had no idea what else was out there in the world. And so I had lots and lots and lots and lots of networking calls, reaching out to people, asking about it, those kind of things and a lot of people were super helpful. And a lot of times I didn't help myself in terms of like really thinking about what I wanted, what I like to do and what gave me energy. Thomas: And so with Brendan, it's funny how it happened was he was doing a Holy Cross Finance Bootcamp. I think one of 40 people we followed up, but what I remember about our first networking conversation is it didn't feel forced, right? There was overlap and commonality and things. I think we ended up talking for 20, 30 minutes past the time that we allotted. A lot of it not about working at Silicon Valley Bank at the time, which is what I was thinking in a very short term way. Long story short, I didn't end up going to work for Silicon Valley Bank. I interviewed a few times, went to different places. I ended up going to grad school and then in technology consulting, but Brendan and I maintained our relationship. Right. Out of the maybe hundreds of calls we've had, I've kept in touch with maybe three to five people. Thomas: And then Brendan the most out of all of that. And it's super non-linear in terms of the benefit of that. Like Brendan said, friendship, a lot of professional advice. Brendan is an investor in what I am now working on now. And so if you look super short term around the alumni network even, if you're just like, "I want a job from this conversation," I did not get a job from the first time that Brendan and I chatted. But four years later, Brendan was the first, one of the first people to encourage me to work on INDX, which is the company I'm trying to build right now and continues to be one of our biggest supporters. Thomas: So I think that's one other thing I'd tie back is it's not a temporary access point. I think when you think about an alumni network, I think it's a great opportunity to build relationships that can be lifelong. And Brendan graduated in 2006, I graduated in 2017. We're both now working in the world. There's no difference, right? We have similar interests, a lot of overlap and a lot of support for one another. And I think I wouldn't have had that opportunity without that entry point through Holy Cross and then you can kind of take the rest from there. Conor: Awesome. Thank you so much. Really appreciate it. Yeah. So Thomas, I guess we'll kind of leeway into this question about current students looking for jobs and internships. Obviously it can be very stressful managing with school and extracurriculars and stuff. So could you tell me a little bit about your experience and maybe provide some advice for students looking for their first internship or their first job? Thomas: Yeah, absolutely. I'll tell you what I think now, and then I can also frame it with what I actually did, which like a lot of advice is kind of how it goes, right? You learn it by suffering. I'll start with my own experience. I had absolutely zero idea what I wanted to do and was very... I think like a lot of Holy Cross students wanted something that would be good, that would look good, that I thought I wanted. And so chased and tried a lot of things where there wasn't a ton of fit. Through that process ended up finding technology consulting, helping out companies build tech products, which I can kind of talk about a little bit later on, which is where I ultimately landed, but it was a very roundabout way. So the advice I'd give would be explore as much as possible. Thomas: And then when you have opportunities and have a little bit of fit, like exploit. Explore exploit is kind of the mental model I think for thinking about it. But there is an insane range of things that you can do, especially when people talk about business broadly, like that's a, obviously I think it's like the entire economy, except for a couple of preset tracks like becoming a doctor or a lawyer, where there's kind of a credentialing hoop there. So I would say try as many things as you can, try to build things, try to do things, try to do it on your own and figure out what you like, which sometimes can fall on deaf ears when you just want to know you're going to make money, know you're going to have a job when you're out of school. Thomas: But I think the more you can look at it as something a bit more of longer term in terms of finding fit, the better off you'll be in terms of testing that out. And I'll hand it over to Brendan on that point, because I know that his first job became many jobs within the same company and to what he's doing now. But I mean, that was definitely my experience of it. Brendan: Yeah. I would again, echo a lot of what Thomas just said. I had gone through while at school as I mentioned, I'd gone through a pre-career shift if you will, like being pretty tracked on being a doctor and then morphing into something more business. I always had an eye towards financial services. So coming out of school, same thing. I was looking for something that was going to look good on my resume, make some money. And with the idea that I probably actually wasn't going to be there for very long in the... I like Thomas's model around explore exploit. I would definitely... That resonates with me probably more so today than it did back then. But even back then, I kind of just thought like, okay, this is going to be a stop on the train and I'll figure it out. Brendan: What happened was I wound up staying at Silicon Valley Bank for 15 years, but it was not the same Silicon Valley Bank for 15 years. And it was like my job function through those 15 years, took three discreet kind of shapes and sizes, four really. So even within, while it's the same company, it was very different jobs and workflows. And I think in the end, just you got to follow the learning, follow your growth edge. If you don't feel like you're developing, particularly earlier on in your career, if you don't feel like you're developing and gaining skills and building relationships and just growing as a human, it's probably not a great fit. And that's probably... The trust your gut. Brendan: And that's probably the time to start, whether it's like doing some deeper work on yourself to understand where you want to be in five, 10 years and then work backwards. Or just, if you have an idea of where you want to be, then getting tactical around what the next move is. But I think it starts with, if you feel like you're everyday challenged and learning and growing and doing it with people that you enjoy being around, then that's probably a pretty good thing. And if the opposite is true, then it's probably time to start considering something else. Thomas: The only one quick thing I'll layer on that is I think a lot of times, and Brendan kind of gave me this idea. When you think about internships in college, it's a very formal thing. But if you think you might want to be like a product manager or help build products, try to build something. Like if you think you might want to be in finance, get one of those dummy stock trading apps and trade dummy stocks that you can talk about. If you think you might want to be in sales, go sell something, right? Thomas: I think one way to combine the best of the liberal arts education and giving yourself the best starting point out of school is as you have those inspirations, layering in action on top of it so that there's a learning. I think if you make what you're going to do after school something that's very hypothetical, it can be easy to kind of not encounter blind spots that you have about what that actually entails. So I think that'd be the only thing that I'd add on that. Again, I didn't do that. So I mean, this is retrospective learning, but- Conor: Well, thank you. I really appreciate that advice. And I know any student my age or around my age, listening to this will also very, really appreciate the advice as well. So Thomas, when looking back at your four years on the hill, what is your favorite memory about Holy Cross? I know there's probably a lot, but- Thomas: Yeah. I mean, I think the, I mean probably a cliche answer, but definitely the friendships and shared experiences. I'm still very close with a lot of the people that I went to Holy Cross with to, I live in Denver now. One of my very close friends lives here as well. He's still one of my very best friends from school. Relationships built with people like Brendan. I got married last summer and I think three of my groomsmen were from Holy Cross. And I think it's just those relationships and those shared experiences without being too cliche or stealing Brendan's answer. Brendan: Yep. I'm going to go cliche and you in fact did steal my answer. So I'm just like, yeah, it's in the end, Holy Cross's community and there's the big community that is Holy Cross at large and then we all have our micro communities that we curate while we're there. And like Thomas, most of my closest friends in life today being 16 years removed from Holy Cross are my friends from Holy Cross. And so there's countless, countless times of just like just being together, getting into a little bit of trouble, having some fun, learning a lot that you just cement these relationships for life. Brendan: And so it is cliche, but it's also true that the people that you're making, I mean, when you're in college, you're really becoming an adult. You're becoming a fully independent human and you're forming relationships on your own accord, full stop. And so just leaning into that and enjoying the time there, but also recognizing that it's not over after the four years. In a lot of ways, it's just beginning. And I think as an example, the relationship that Thomas and I now have is an example of how that can continue. Conor: I agree. I've made so many valuable relationships so far at Holy Cross and I haven't even graduated yet. So I'm excited to see who else I can meet and generate relationships with. So we're going to ask one more question about Holy Cross and then we'll get into INDX and the app. So how has the Holy Cross mission influenced your work? Thomas, you want to take the first one? Thomas: For sure. I mean, I can start with that. I know we'll talk a little bit more about what I'm working on now, but I think, thinking about men or women for others, the thing I'd layer on top of that I think as it relates to how I think about what I work on is solving problems that matter, I guess, would be how I'd put it. There's an infinite amount of problems that you can chase and tackle in the world and tackling ones that you personally care about that will be beneficial for society being someone with a vocation for others. I think business is one of the best avenues to do that. If you can set up a sustainable way of solving a problem at scale, I think that's one of the best ways to have out size impact on issues that you care about. Thomas: And so I think we'll get more into what we're trying to build with INDX, but a lot of it's around lifelong learning or continuous learning after you leave school. It's something I'm very passionate about. It's something I think is very important. And I think that helping people continue to learn and adapt and almost own their self-learning or self-education is something that is I hope a net benefit for folks. And also something that thinking about the purpose or having a vocation that kind of comes from Holy Cross is how I think about where to spend my time and what kinds of problems that are worth solving. Conor: Awesome. Thank you. Brendan, how has the Holy Cross mission influenced your work? Brendan: Yeah, not surprisingly, a lot of the same kind of values that Thomas just shared. I would say as far as like where I'm at now, I guess the best way to characterize myself is I'm an entrepreneurial investor. But I'm also building a business myself called Can Deliver Advisors. But the ethos of everything that I do spanning my entrepreneurial activities, my investment activities is really about empowering individuals, democratizing access and opportunity to as many people as possible. In addition to just selfishly wanting this product to exist, a big reason why I am so honored to be as involved in the INDX story as I am is because of exactly what Thomas said in that, by building a product, a company, an experience for individuals that enables in this case, lifelong learning, what a gift. What a gift to the world and what an important thing to be doing in this day and age where there's a lot of just noise that's out there. Brendan: And being able to parse that signal from that noise, using a tool like INDX, it really, it powers down into those just foundational values that certainly Thomas and I both share around everything that we're doing is actually in service of others. So you peel back the business, the capitalist, the narrative around that, it's actually like what a tool to business aligning incentives in ways to create products, experiences for people to advance humanity. We're getting= pretty meta here, but it's a pretty inspiring thing to feel like that's what you're doing on a day in day out basis and that's what Thomas I get to do. Conor: Awesome. Thank you. It was so amazing to hear about both your Holy Cross experiences, but now I'd like to hear more about your company INDX and more specifically why you started it and the goals you have. Personally, I've downloaded INDX just to take a look at it and I love the app. It's awesome. And it's been very educational and eye opening, and it has allowed me to learn various new material in a multitude of different formats. And I really like the diversity of different topics that the app offers as it makes room for a variety of different lessons to be learned. So before we get into the more personal questions about INDX, can you provide the audience with a brief description of the app? Thomas: Yeah, for sure. In super simple terms, I like to describe it as kind of like Pinterest, but for learning. So we make it easy for you to save the podcasts, articles, videos, Twitter threads that you come across so that you can save and share it with colleagues and friends. So as you come across something seems interesting to you, you click a button, you get reminded to go back to that content. So you actually read it, watch it, listen to it, and then be able to connect with the community of people who are trying to learn about similar things and the tactical. On the higher level, more on the mission side of what we're trying to do is content creation is exploding. So there are tons of articles, videos, podcasts published every day, just the amount of content is insane. Thomas: And so one of the theses we have is that it's going to need some curation and community for people to be able to connect and learn around that content. So what you see with the app today is very much the beginning in terms of trying to get off the ground, but what we're trying to make it easy for people to do is find really, really high quality curated content around what you're interested in. So for example, Brendan has a Bitcoin collection on INDX. If you're interested in Bitcoin, rather than just going on YouTube or trying to learn about it on your own, you can basically fight through a lot of the noise to find some signal from someone like Brendan, who has done a lot of the work to know what content is worth spending your time on. So we're not exactly sure what that looks like right now. Part of it is being very iterative and chasing it, but that's the higher level problem that we're trying to solve. Conor: Awesome. Thank you very much for that description. I know we've kind of briefly went over your career paths to it, but Thomas, could you briefly explain your career path that has led up to your decision to create the app INDX? Thomas: Yeah, for sure. After Holy Cross, I went to a graduate program at Notre Dame. It was a technology entrepreneurship masters, so it was a really cool I think and beneficial additional experience on top of my Holy Cross education to learn a lot, push the technical skill sets for me, which is around data and analytics, and also learn a lot more of entrepreneurial skill sets specifically around technology. And after that, I went to work for a company called Avanade which is owned by Accenture, and then Ernst & Young in their technology consulting practices, basically helping really big companies build out products and services that allow them to better serve their customers. So if you think about like the Starbucks app, that's not an exact example, but helping a company build a loyalty and rewards app and building that out. Thomas: And then as I was doing this, I felt like I was building a lot of the skill sets to be able to go into entrepreneurship, which is what I always wanted to do. And as I came across the pain point for INDX in my own life more and more, being a young professional outside of school, I was very used to learning. And I felt like I had to continue to do that and doing it purely on my own was very difficult. What content should I spend time on? If I did consume a great podcast, there was a lot of friction in maybe like calling Brendan up and asking him to listen to it so that we could both have a chat about it. And that's kind of what inspired the leap into trying to build what we're building now to make that a lot easier for people to benefit from all the incredible business, productivity, health content, name the other topics, that way you can kind of self-learn or self-educate as a part of a community. Conor: Awesome. Thank you. And Brendan, I know that you talked about your first job was Silicon Valley and how you climbed up through the ranks through there and had possessed multiple different jobs while you were there. But can you explain a little bit after where you went after Silicon valley and then what led you to your involvement in INDX and how you decided to become a essential partner? Brendan: Yeah, so I would say so Silicon Valley Bank is a organization as the name infers is a heavily focused on the innovation economy. So does a lot of work in the technology space, which is where I spent my entire 15 years SVB doing. And so for the last 10 years I was there, actually it was an entrepreneurial experience in and of itself under the umbrella of a big company and actually starting, we'll just call it a venture capital practice within the bank. It was technically debt investing versus equity, but that doesn't matter for purpose of this conversation, but it was really an investment business into growth stage companies. And did that for 10 years at SVB. So I really got schooled and trained and learned a lot about venture capital investing in early to mid stage businesses that are in growth. Brendan: And so that is, as I think about my investing being my craft that I practice, it is like I'm not going to be your guy that tells you the best public market stock to pick. I'm much more of a asymmetric thinker in terms of invest early in opportunities that yes, have a high probability of failure, but also have significant upside potential to them. And so as it pertains to INDX specifically, in addition to just how it kind of aligns with a lot of the values and the ethos that I just operate within at like kind of the foundational level, from an application perspective, and then obviously overlay the relationship that I have with Thomas, it was a very logical investment. In addition to the fact that like, this is a product that I want and I use this thing every day, not because I'm investor, but because it actually adds efficiency to my life and value to my life in the curation process, the consumption process, and then the community aspects of it as well. Brendan: And so it was fun. Thomas was so kind to bring me into his entrepreneurial ideation. We had a lot of meetings, whether it was over lunch or in an office or on a phone where we just riffed. We literally just like, because this wasn't his first idea. Thomas is an entrepreneur through and through. He's constantly, I'm sure he is thinking about stuff right now. Maybe not. But I remember we had a lot of conversations about a health app at one point, Thomas. The point is like being in on the, like Thomas inviting me in on the ground floor, seeing his entrepreneurial wheels turn and go from idea to now something that is in full blown execution mode has been a really, really been a really fun, been fun to be a part of that journey. So yeah, I'll just leave it at that for now. Conor: Awesome. Yeah. Thank you very much. Seems like Thomas is quite the entrepreneur. Thomas: Not yet. We're working on it though. Conor: So Thomas, I've read a little bit about you and Susie's road trip and the day that you guys came up with the idea for INDX and it is a very interesting story. So could you please share that story with the audience? Thomas: Yeah, absolutely. And no, thank you for mentioning Susie. But so Susie Lira-Gonzalez is my co-founder. We actually met at Notre Dame. She went to Gonzaga, so not quite Holy Cross, but they're in the Jesuit family. Heartbroken by their lack of a title in March Madness yet again, but she's being resilient. But I'll share a few things, like first off, we haven't been successful yet in the definition of an exit or making our company public. But it is a long road that you try to take as quickly as you can when you're trying to test and validate if an idea is worth working on and then building it. And there's a lot of people who support and that's what makes it really fun. And so in addition to Brendan and Susie, as my co-founder, we worked together in technology consulting. As I was kicking around ideas, it sounded a lot different than the product is today, but we were in a car ride from Redmond, Washington. Thomas: We were at Microsoft for the day, back to Seattle, which is where I lived at the time, just talking about different problems that we faced and kind of both had a lot of overlap in terms of our conviction that helping people learn from distributed content would be a big problem. And we didn't know exactly what that was. And so it's been the two of us and we're now a team of five over the past year. But those early, early days, or even now, you need partners. You need people who are going to support you in terms of figuring it out. And super thankful for Susie with that as well, especially because we have very complimentary skill sets, which she's an engineer by trade and very operationally focused where I can come at things from more of a higher level. So I guess the takeaway from that is finding partners and team members and whatever you're working on that compliment the way you think and how you like to solve problems. Conor: Awesome. Thank you. What a great story. But I love how INDX is for lifelong learners like we are here at Holy Cross. So have you guys always wanted to create an app or something that promotes lifelong learning or did that day driving home to Seattle just searching from some inspiration for you guys? Thomas: Yeah. Well, I mean, I think there's a few things. I think that there's your values, right? Like Brendan was kind of talking about earlier. And then you can't just build something because you care about it. At the end of the day, there has to be a problem and you have to be able to solve that problem for people. And so I think you get lucky when you find a problem that you experience personally, that you also care a lot about in trying to solve it. So definitely didn't always have this in mind. Like Brendan was saying, there's a lot of other problems and ideas that we looked at related to health, related to other aspects of education and learning. And this is kind of the one where we just saw the most early demand or in talking to people and testing the idea, building prototypes, that kind of thing got the most traction. And that's kind of what we just continue to chase is additional traction, additional ways to level up and see if the business is viable. Conor: Awesome. Thank you. Seems like a great, great idea. And I know that there are probably so many different steps and factors that went into and are going into making the app of INDX. So can you briefly summarize and explain the process that it took and is taking to create the app? Thomas: Yeah, for sure. And I think the layer I'd add on top of it is I think that Holy Cross students, hopefully making this useful and interesting for people, like as you're thinking about career paths, I think working for startups, being in entrepreneurial environments that Holy Cross students are very preset to benefit there. A lot of it involves critical thinking, communication, having clarity of thought, going to gather evidence on things, right? And I think that that education can really help you chase that. But I think the process is like in simple terms and there's no one way to do it, but the way that we've done it is when we had the initial almost hypothesis of a problem for a particular person, we went and talked to them, tried to better understand and not solution or come up with what exactly an app or a software or an email service or whatever it is, looks like, but really define the problem and the pain that someone goes through and their experiences, and really observed that. Thomas: And then we built something that was really crappy, but people still used it, which kind of told us that even this really crappy thing might be worth making better because people were still able to... For example, the first app we built quickly, you had to put in your password every time, which I'm sure you can imagine, Conor, like you wouldn't want to do ideally, but people were still using. That was a pretty good signal that we could keep doing it. And then we ended up raising a little bit of money and built a team around the idea to chase. And we're still building out the app right now. It's not done. It's a constant work in progress. But I think the main thing is staying super close to who you think that customer is, seeing how they're interacting with it and continuing to be as intellectually honest as you can, if you're actually solving the problem and able to build a business on top of it, which is kind of the stage that we're at now. Thomas: We have the app built. We have some investment that gives us time to figure it out. And the next steps for us are, what channels can we go through? Do we really know who that beginning customer are? How are we going to monetize the product in a way that is sustainable and has incentives aligned with the user are kind of the challenges that we're tackling now. And each time you gather evidence, make a decision, see if you're right or wrong. And then if you're right, you can keep going. If you're wrong, you got to go back and see which I guess road in the woods you're going to have to take next. Conor: Right. So I guess a follow up for that. So how do you guys promote and advertise the app? Thomas: Yeah, absolutely. We haven't spent a ton of time on advertising until recently. A lot of it has been, so having like 1,000 people in a beta or like people coming in, super communicated with them as they're using early versions of the app. And it's just gotten to the point now where we're able to start to push for more people, just because we have more conviction where we're at and kind of pushing to handle it. There's a, like you want to figure out that value hypothesis first before you can grow. Because if you're building something no one cares about, when you try to grow, they're going to try it and then they're going to leave. And then you should just go back to the drawing board and making sure that you're creating that value. Thomas: But predominantly through newsletters and podcasts, which probably makes sense given what the app allows you to do. But the most traction that we've got is either organic or paid advertising in different newsletters. People who are already self-selecting into owning their own education and they're learning, subscribing to a writer or listening to a business or a technology or a health podcast, those kind of areas is where we've had the most success. And that came from trial or error. We've played with Instagram ads and stuff like that and they didn't play very well for us relative to kind of those more specific forms of advertising. Conor: Awesome. Thank you for that. Would you say that your liberal arts degree majors in economics, has it had like an impact in your creation of INDX? And if so, how did it help you in the creation of the app and moving forward? Thomas: Yeah, I think it definitely helped. I think the main thing it helped with is just the experience of it. When you're in school, you have a professor who's spending time curating content that you're going to spend time on. If you're in a history class or an economics class, like read these materials, spend time on this. And then after you kind of consume that, you have an opportunity to connect within a community that's just built in your classmates. And I know you're not there yet, Conor, but you hit the professional world and you really have to make time for that learning. Like a lot of times it can feel like there's just an immediate task at hand that you want to tackle. But continued learning is also important, right? We also live at a time where the ability to create content has basically no cost. Thomas: If you look at the podcast we're creating now, it's one of millions and millions that will be published, I don't know, in the next couple months. How do people find the content that's worth spending their time on? And once you do spend your time on that content, how do you have a feedback loop around it? How do you connect with somebody who also read it? How do you maybe revisit that three months ago? And I mean, that's how people learn for the most part in the professional world. There's a lot of friction in taking a course or going to night school if you're building a family or have a full-time job. And so as we think about trying to solve that problem, it's kind of taking this spirit of that education, where you can consume great content and connect with great members of a community and make it way, way, way, way lower friction and have software that helps people do that on their own. And it could become a different variation as we continue to learn more but that's how we're thinking about it now. Conor: Sweet. Thank you very much. Obviously you guys have made a lot of progress on app, including a blog and a podcast. So what next steps or ideas are you thinking about? There are so many different topics for people to submit podcast blogs and articles under. So have you guys thought about adding any other topics as well? Thomas: I think the main thing, the stage that we're at right now, and I'd love Brendan's take on it as well is we're still hunting for people call product market fit, right? Like iterating on the product where it's truly pulling people in and doing a great job and solving that challenge for them. So less of thinking about like tactically, what we're going to add. The main mode we're in right now is just hunting for the iteration that can hopefully actually crack the nut. So as you think about growing or people using it, or giving feedback on it, at the end of the day, you're trying to find continued traction or where to go next based on if you're actually solving the problem. But Brendan, I'd love your take on that as well. Brendan: Yeah. I think as far as what I'd add there is identifying your initial addressable market in any early stage business is critical. You cannot be everything to everybody at all times, particularly in the earliest of stages of a company's life. And so it relates to what Thomas is saying, but like finding the, when I say beachhead, there's a certain addressable market from a demographic perspective that you want to target, and that could be age, that could be educational background, that could be interest, that could... There's a whole bunch of different facets to that, but it's really figuring out as fast as possible through as much iteration as possible, what that best beachhead, that best early addressable market to focus on and then exploit it. Brendan: Again, back to the explore exploit thing. You don't want to explore forever and try and do everything because then you'll accomplish nothing. Once you kind of tap into that early sign of product market fit, like engaged addressable market, then you just go. You go run it that hard. And to me, from the purview that I set with INDX, it feels like we're entering into that phase where we're really going to start getting tactical around the exploitation of the addressable market that we are in the mid to late innings of really nailing. Conor: Sweet. Thank you for that input. So the final question we're going to ask and then wrap it up is what does your five year plan look like? And so are you guys interested in selling it off, merging, expanding or et cetera? Thomas: Yeah, I think it's a good question. I'm not sure there's a five year plan related to it specifically. I think it really depends on trajectory, right? I guess, answering it generically, like it could not work and essentially go to zero. There's acquisition, there's continuing to have the built business grow and eventually have companies go public. I think in general, what I'd close with is I think that it can be challenging, but it's a lot of fun and worth pursuing a problem that you care about. I think that Holy Cross in general, the community, other students, as they look at career opportunities should look at something similar. And so for me personally, whether it's with INDX or whatever may come next, it's the kind of ecosystem that I want to be involved in, like early stage technology startups. It's very dynamic. There's a lot of opportunities to solve problems that you care about and technology's changing every day, which is going to give you new tool sets to solve those problems. Conor: Awesome. Thank you. Brendan, do you have any input on that? Brendan: Yeah, I mean, I don't have much. Yeah. I tend to just be as much of a sounding board and a... Just for Thomas and Susie. And so ultimately I think INDX could become a bunch of different things. And ultimately the market's going to be the referee and all you can do is continue to just be maniacally focused on executing, on solving the problem that INDX is setting out to solve and what's going to be, is going to be not to be. Not to finish on a super cliche, but there you go. Conor: Awesome. Well, thank you guys so much for your time. I really appreciate hearing about your Holy Cross experience and how you use your liberal arts education to pursue the business world. And then I also, it was awesome to hear about INDX. Such a great app. I know on my part, I'm going to talk to my friends about it, show them the app, have them download it, check it out. Because I know definitely a good amount of my friends will be into that and then bring it home to my hometown, talk to my parents, my siblings, and hopefully they can bring that in their own paths to their schools and their colleges. So hopefully we can all have a part. Thomas: Feedback is much appreciated. So as you play with it, let us know. Conor: I will. I will. Thank you, Thomas and thank you, Brendan. Brendan: Thanks, Conor. Thomas: Thanks, Conor. Maura: That's our show. I hope you enjoyed hearing about just one of the many ways that Holy Cross alumni have been inspired by the mission to be people for and with others. A special thanks to today's guest and everyone at Holy Cross who has contributed to making this podcast a reality. If you or someone you know would like to be featured on this podcast, then please send us an email at alumnicareers@holycross.edu. If you like what you hear, then please leave us a review. This podcast is brought to you by the Office of Alumni Relations at the College of the Holy Cross. You can subscribe for future episodes wherever you find your podcast. I'm your host, Maura Sweeney, and this is Mission-Driven. In the words of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, "Now go forth and set the world on fire." Theme music composed by Scott Holmes, courtesy of freemusicarchive.org.

The Best of the Adam Gold Show
The Changing Landscape of College Sports // PGA Championship & LIV Tour with Chip Patterson

The Best of the Adam Gold Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 36:13


Chip Patterson of CBS Sports joined the show to discuss the changing landscape of college sports, including Alabama football coach Nick Saban wanting 'parity' in college sports, and Mike Brey of Notre Dame basketball telling other coaches to essentially 'suck it up.' Also, Chip talked about the PGA Championship and PGA Tour players considering the LIV Tour. Plus, sports betting picks of the day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 5-18 WEDNESDAY HOUR 2

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 43:40


Chuck opens hour two by talking about Marcus Freeman's first test at Notre Dame, when they travel to Ohio State. Wes Rucker of GoVols247 jumps on to talk Tennessee Volunteers. John Talty of AL.com talks his upcoming book about Nick Saban and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 5-18 WEDNESDAY HOUR 2

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 43:40


Chuck opens hour two by talking about Marcus Freeman's first test at Notre Dame, when they travel to Ohio State. Wes Rucker of GoVols247 jumps on to talk Tennessee Volunteers. John Talty of AL.com talks his upcoming book about Nick Saban and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fiction Fans: We Read Books and Other Words Too
Author Interview: Attack and Decay by Andrew Cartmel

Fiction Fans: We Read Books and Other Words Too

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 64:06


Your hosts once again welcome author Andrew Cartmel on to the podcast to discuss Attack and Decay, the latest book in his Vinyl Detective cozy crime series. Follow the Vinyl Detective to Sweden where he gets embroiled in a mystery involving metal bands, local charity shops, and a crime novelist. As expected, Sara once again talks about all the mouth-watering food in the novel. They also talk about research trips, meta references, and keeping characters consistent over long series.You can find more from Andrew here:https://twitter.com/andrewcartmelhttps://www.instagram.com/vinyldetectivelondon/Thanks to the following musicians for the use of their songs:- Amarià for the use of “Sérénade à Notre Dame de Paris”- Josh Woodward for the use of “Electric Sunrise”Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans
Hangout in the Holy Land: Breaking down the biggest matchups on Ohio State's 2022 schedule (05/18/22)

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 63:15


Land-Grant Holy Land's flagship podcast ‘Hangout in the Holy Land' is back! Join LGHL's co-managing editor Gene Ross alongside his co-host Josh Dooley as they cover everything from football to basketball to recruiting and more! On this week's episode, Gene and Josh run through the 2022 Ohio State football schedule. While there is still a ways to go until the Buckeyes will officially kick off their new campaign, the guys break down some of the biggest matchups ahead for Ryan Day's crew, including a season opener under the lights against Notre Dame and a high-stakes rematch with Michigan in Columbus to close it out. They discuss some of the storylines and opposing faces heading into the season's marquee games, as well as how Ohio State matches up with the teams on their schedule as well was within the Big Ten at large. Connect with the Podcast: Twitter: @HolyLandPod Connect with Gene: Twitter: @Gene_Ross23 Connect with Josh: Twitter: @jdooleybuckeye Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

4 to 6 with A&B: A show about the Ohio State Buckeyes
Ohio State vs. Notre Dame kickoff time + State of the Program

4 to 6 with A&B: A show about the Ohio State Buckeyes

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 64:13


Notre Dame kickoff time officially announced! Bill discusses his annual state of state of the program including his discussion with Ryan Day in his office last week. Plus, a fantasy football question about OSU's first-round receivers and a national restaurant debate.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
5-18-22 Hour 1: College Football, Music, Sports Documentaries

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 50:22


Bo and Blake talk college football and sports documentaries in the first hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys begin talking about how many teams can make a run at the college football title. Bo and Blake discuss how Ole Miss and Mississippi State are now on the same level as a program like Notre Dame. The guys discuss music and Dave Matthews. The guys talk about other music they loved growing up. Bo and Blake talk about the HBO docuseries "Winning Time" and how Jerry West is portrayed. The guys talk about some of their other favorite sports documentaries and what Mississippi stories would make great documentaries. The guys come up with ideas like Hugh Freeze's time at Ole Miss, the rise and fall of the SWAC, and Bear Bryant, The guys discuss how Ole Miss baseball dominated Mississippi State in the 2000's. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Buckeyes
ESPN College Gameday Will Be at Ohio State for the Season Opener Against Notre Dame

Locked On Buckeyes

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 33:26


ESPN College Gameday has been the premier college football pregame show for three decades. Ohio State has been one of the campuses the pregame show loves to visit. The fans and success of the football make Ohio State games great for the outdoor pregame show. Yesterday ESPN announced that College Gameday will be at Ohio State's season opener against Notre Dame. Jay opens today's show discussing the big announcement, and adds a thought that would make the game could be even bigger. From there, we move to highlighting a big topic in the state of Ohio. 813 high schools that are a part of the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) voted on NIL for high school athletes. The schools voted to not allow high school athletes to benefit off their name, image, and likeness. Jay takes some time to discuss why some of the schools voted now in 2022. This is probably a topic Jay will hit down the road once the member schools vote again. We close the show discussing a former Buckeye that is now in the NFL. Today we being our Buckeye road trip around the NFL. During said road trip we will discuss season expectations for former Buckeye football players. Today we look at Indianapolis Colts WR Parris Campbell. Here to help us learn about what we can expect to see from Parris Campbell during the upcoming NFL season is Jake Arthur from Horseshoe Huddle. Follow and subscribe to The Locked on Buckeyes Podcast: https://linktr.ee/LockedOnBuckeyes 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

Morning  Juice
Morning Juice May 18, 2022

Morning Juice

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 126:11


Ohio State's football opener against Notre Dame will be under the lights...Bill Bender of The Sporting News talked college football with us...Aaron Leming covers the Chicago Bears for CBS Sports & SB Nation. He talked about the challenges that Justin Fields faces...and former OSU All-American Michael Bennett explained what it was like to having Schlegs as his strength and conditioning coach at Ohio State.

Bucknuts Morning 5
Ranking the Buckeyes' schedule from easiest to toughest

Bucknuts Morning 5

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 21:52


Ohio State has a difficult regular-season schedule in 2022 (and we now know Notre Dame will be a night game). What are the toughest games for the Buckeyes in reverse order this season? Matt Baxendell and Dave Biddle tackle that subject on today's show, plus: * What are thoughts on defensive line recruiting for the Buckeyes? * How much can Dylan Raiola help recruit other top prospects to join him at OSU? All of that and much more is coming your way on the Wednesday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Noles News Now: FSU football primetime games, softball in NCAA, Seminoles baseball vs. UF

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 4:13


Thanks for listening to Noles News Now, your audio home for all things Florida State here on the Tomahawk Nation podcast network. I'm your host Brian Pellerin here on this Wednesday morning May 18th. We start with the FSU football team... just 101 days away from the start of the season against Duquesne. Time and network remain TBD... but we do now know the start time and network for two of their higher-profile contests this season. Of course, I'm talking about the 2 against their SEC opponents. The first of those is the Labor Day weekend, Allstate Louisiana Kickoff against LSU. That game was already set for Sunday, Sept. 4th, but Tuesday the schools announced it will kick off at 7:30 ET on ABC. That's a second straight season with a Labor Day Sunday ABC primetime contest for the Noles after last year's thrilling OT loss to Notre Dame at Doak. This one is in LSU's backyard though -- New Orleans at the Caesar's Superdome. The other primetime contest comes on Thanksgiving weekend as the Noles host Florida on Black Friday. That contest on November 25th also at 7:30. Hopefully, the Noles are playing for bowl positioning instead of bowl positioning like a year ago. The guys on the roster taking a step forward will play a big role in that happening. Our team at Tomahawk Nation has taken a close look at how some of those potential stars performed in the spring. This week, the fifth and final installment looked at the secondary specifically AZ Thomas and Sam McCall. Head to TomahawkNation.com to see Kevin Little's film breakdown of their tape to see what could be coming this fall. If you missed the other breakdowns, that article has links to those for Mycah Pittman, Jared Verse, Trey Benson, and Bless Harris. On the baseball diamond, the Seminoles traveled down the road to Gainesville for their final midweek contest of the season to face the Gators. It opened with a flurry of offense from each team. The teams alternated scoring in each of the first four innings before the bullpens really stepped up and posted zeros until the 9th. The Gators and Noles were knotted at 5 at that point... but in the bottom of the inning, the Gators untied it. A two-out knock brought up lefty Sterlin Thompson, pushing Mike Martin Jr. to turn to a lefty of his own in Andrew Armstrong. But a hanging breaking ball ended up way over the right field wall for a 7-5 final. The Gators claim the game and the season series. For a full breakdown of the game, check out our Three Up, Three Down article posted now on TomahawkNation.com. The Noles now turn their attention to the close of ACC regular-season play in Chapel Hill against UNC this weekend. That'll do it for today's Noles News Now. We'll be back on Friday with more of the headlines you don't want to miss so be sure to follow or subscribe so you don't miss a thing. And if you like what you're hearing, please rate and leave a review. Until then, you can find everything you need on our website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Noles News Now: FSU football primetime games, softball in NCAA, Seminoles baseball vs. UF

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 4:13


Thanks for listening to Noles News Now, your audio home for all things Florida State here on the Tomahawk Nation podcast network. I'm your host Brian Pellerin here on this Wednesday morning May 18th. We start with the FSU football team... just 101 days away from the start of the season against Duquesne. Time and network remain TBD... but we do now know the start time and network for two of their higher-profile contests this season. Of course, I'm talking about the 2 against their SEC opponents. The first of those is the Labor Day weekend, Allstate Louisiana Kickoff against LSU. That game was already set for Sunday, Sept. 4th, but Tuesday the schools announced it will kick off at 7:30 ET on ABC. That's a second straight season with a Labor Day Sunday ABC primetime contest for the Noles after last year's thrilling OT loss to Notre Dame at Doak. This one is in LSU's backyard though -- New Orleans at the Caesar's Superdome. The other primetime contest comes on Thanksgiving weekend as the Noles host Florida on Black Friday. That contest on November 25th also at 7:30. Hopefully, the Noles are playing for bowl positioning instead of bowl positioning like a year ago. The guys on the roster taking a step forward will play a big role in that happening. Our team at Tomahawk Nation has taken a close look at how some of those potential stars performed in the spring. This week, the fifth and final installment looked at the secondary specifically AZ Thomas and Sam McCall. Head to TomahawkNation.com to see Kevin Little's film breakdown of their tape to see what could be coming this fall. If you missed the other breakdowns, that article has links to those for Mycah Pittman, Jared Verse, Trey Benson, and Bless Harris. On the baseball diamond, the Seminoles traveled down the road to Gainesville for their final midweek contest of the season to face the Gators. It opened with a flurry of offense from each team. The teams alternated scoring in each of the first four innings before the bullpens really stepped up and posted zeros until the 9th. The Gators and Noles were knotted at 5 at that point... but in the bottom of the inning, the Gators untied it. A two-out knock brought up lefty Sterlin Thompson, pushing Mike Martin Jr. to turn to a lefty of his own in Andrew Armstrong. But a hanging breaking ball ended up way over the right field wall for a 7-5 final. The Gators claim the game and the season series. For a full breakdown of the game, check out our Three Up, Three Down article posted now on TomahawkNation.com. The Noles now turn their attention to the close of ACC regular-season play in Chapel Hill against UNC this weekend. That'll do it for today's Noles News Now. We'll be back on Friday with more of the headlines you don't want to miss so be sure to follow or subscribe so you don't miss a thing. And if you like what you're hearing, please rate and leave a review. Until then, you can find everything you need on our website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Flipping The Field
BYU Is Like If Notre Dame Was Good (Independents Preview)

Flipping The Field

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 76:01


We preview the Independents, and Patrick announces his plan to finally give the United State Navy the funding that it deserves.If you like the show, please be sure to tell a friend and leave a five-star review. If you want to keep up to date with the show, be sure to subscribe on your podcasting app of choice and follow the show on Twitter at FieldFlipping.If you have a question you'd like answered on the show, send us a DM on the show's Twitter account.Intro: 0:00-4:00UConn, UMass, NMSU: 4:00-23:30Liberty: 23:30-38:06Army: 38:06-44:10BYU: 44:10-54:30Notre Dame: 54:30-1:14:00Outro: 1:14:00-1:16:01

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat – Tuesday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 75:24


Darin Pritchett hosts Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat weekday afternoon's from 5-to-7pm(ET) on Sports Radio 960am WSBT.  On Tuesday's show, Notre Dame wants to run the  ball more consistently this year but is it a must?  Blue and Gold

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat – Tuesday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 75:24


Darin Pritchett hosts Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat weekday afternoon’s from 5-to-7pm(ET) on Sports Radio 960am WSBT.  On Tuesday’s show, Notre Dame wants to run the  ball more consistently this year but is it a must?  Blue and Gold

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Blue and Gold Illustrated's Mike Singer – Tuesday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 21:13


Blue and Gold Illustrated’s Notre Dame football recruiting insider Mike Singer joined Darin on Tuesday’s Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat to talk the latest in Irish football recruiting.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Blue and Gold Illustrated’s Mike Singer – Tuesday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 21:13


Blue and Gold Illustrated's Notre Dame football recruiting insider Mike Singer joined Darin on Tuesday's Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat to talk the latest in Irish football recruiting.

Blue & Gold Illustrated: Notre Dame Football And Recruiting
Twitter Spaces: Early Vegas lines, NBC broadcast booth, & more Notre Dame football talk

Blue & Gold Illustrated: Notre Dame Football And Recruiting

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 75:04


The Blue & Gold staff hosted a Twitter space on Tuesday afternoon, which is essentially a podcast that is recorded live. Blue & Gold's Mike Singer and Tim Hyde spoke about a number of Notre Dame football topics, and Ashton Pollard joined the show later on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Always Irish: A Notre Dame Football Podcast
Notre Dame In New Recruiting Territory: Feat Blue & Gold Illustrated's Recruiting Insider Mike Singer

Always Irish: A Notre Dame Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 49:52


twitter: @alwaysirishINC email: alwayirishnd@gmail.com

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
5-17-22 Mike Detillier

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:18


LSU football insider Mike Detillier joins the show on the Corona Premier guest line to talk LSU football. Mike gives his thought on the current state of LSU football and how far they are from championship status. Mike discusses Brian Kelly and if he will be able to bring his success from Notre Dame to Baton Rouge. Mike talks about Drew Brees and what his future looks like. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
5-17-22 Hour 2: Mississippi Baseball, Deshaun Watson, Mike Detillier

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 50:16


Bo and Blake talk Mississippi baseball and Deshaun Watson in the second hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys start off talking about novelty helmets from the ball park. Bo and Blake discuss sports movies and tv shows. The guys talk Mississippi baseball as Southern Miss is definitely in the post-season. The guys discuss what Ole Miss has to do this weekend to make it into the post-season. Deshaun Watson and his trip to the Bahamas and how much money a trip like that would cost. LSU football insider Mike Detillier joins the show on the Corona Premier guest line to talk LSU football. Mike gives his thought on the current state of LSU football and how far they are from championship status. Mike discusses Brian Kelly and if he will be able to bring his success from Notre Dame to Baton Rouge. Mike talks about Drew Brees and what his future looks like. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bucknuts Morning 5
Can Day build a dynasty? | Defense to hang with offense? | Notre Dame opener predictions

Bucknuts Morning 5

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 34:54


Can Ryan Day build Ohio State into a dynasty? Just get one natty first, you say? What fun would that be? Pat Murphy is here for Duane Long as we tackle that and a litany of other impactful queries? All about the Michigan game. Feeling good about noon kickoff? All about the Notre Dame game. Score predictions? Carnell Tate? Can Brian Hartline do it ... AGAIN? Defensive recruiting? Can they keep up with the offense? Will the secondary have the depth to hold strong for an entire season? We answered those questions and more. Spend 5ish with us this a.m., 'Nutters! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Endow Podcast
109. Audio Chapter 1 of Created for Holiness: High School Book 3

The Endow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:20


Welcome to The Endow Podcast! This podcast is a forum for women to foster conversations about the intellectual life and intentional community for the cultivation of the feminine genius.On this episode, Teresa Hodgins, Endow Host and author of the High School study series, reads Chapter 1 from Created for Holiness: High School Book 3.To download a sample chapter and view our youth studies page visit: https://www.endowgroups.org/study-guides-for-youth/She calls Indianapolis, IN home base for many adventures with her husband and three children. In her spare time, she serves as a host, writer, and grant manager for Endow. Teresa attended Thomas Aquinas College for her B.A. and the University of Notre Dame for a Masters of Theological Studies in Moral Theology. She has served as both a youth minister and High School teacher before joining Endow. She loves that Endow helps women to take on the rich intellectual tradition of the Church in a way that aids them to form authentic friendships. Support the Endow PodcastWhat's on your mind and heart? Let our host, Simone Rizkallah, know by connecting with her and The Endow Team on social media!Facebook at www.facebook.com/endowgroupsInstagram at www.instagram.com/endowgroupsWant to start your own Endow Group? Learn more by visiting our website at www.endowgroups.org or reach out to us at info@endowgroups.org. We look forward to serving you!

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com
Imagine 11-win Coastal Carolina coming to play Ohio State -- Arkansas State used to be that

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 64:11


It's another schedule breakdown for the 2022 Ohio State Buckeyes, and after discussing the Notre Dame opener last week, it's on to Week 2 and Ohio State's home game vs. Arkansas State. Mitchell Gladstone of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette joins Doug Lesmerises to talk about Arkansas State and second-year coach Butch Jones, the former boss at Cincinnati and Tennessee. The Red Wolves come from the Sun Belt Conference, where they were dominating and winning league titles about eight years ago before falling on some tougher times. But the Sun Belt plays good football -- imagine if fellow Sun Belt team Coastal Carolina, which has won 11 games each of the last two seasons, was coming to Columbus. Doug and Mitchell talk Arkansas State's best players, the state of and hopes for the program, the Red Wolves defensive coordinator with Ohio State ties, and a little Ja Morant. Hope you enjoy this schedule breakdown, and thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Center Court
Notre Dame Standout, Sam Brunelle announced she is coming home to play basketball at UVA.

Center Court

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 43:53


Notre Dame Standout, Sam Brunelle announced she is coming home to play basketball at UVA.

IrishIllustrated.com Insider
Irish Illustrated Insider: Notre Dame Season Scenarios

IrishIllustrated.com Insider

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 55:17


Irish Illustrated Insider discusses myriad situations for the upcoming football season. We touch on recruiting momentum and expectation, position battles that remain, and the pressure of living up to Marcus Freeman's example...in our daily lives. Sign up for our FREE Notre Dame Newsletter Subscribe to our Irish Illustrated Insider Podcast Check out our YouTube channel Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter: @timprister @KevinSinclair_ @timomalleyND @jfreeman58 @TomLoy247 Go VIP - One Month for Only $1 Download the CBS Sports App and get the latest Notre Dame news today.

Irish Sports Daily Podcast
More Recruiting Talk. 5-16-22 Power Hour

Irish Sports Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 78:57


In this episode of Power Hour we discuss all the latest in regards to Notre Dame football recruiting, and we answer your questions.