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Join us on Big Blue Avenue, as our crew reacts to the New York Giants brutal loss on Monday Night Football to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the firing of Offensive Coordinator, Jason Garrett. Also, catch our Turnover Tea segment as Tom, Hank and Sam share their opinions on the status of Daniel Jones! Philadelphia Eagles Superfan and YouTube Personality, Sporty Jordy, joins the show to preview Sunday's NFC East Divisional showdown between the Giants and the Eagles! Find out our thoughts on Eagles Head Coach, Nick Sirianni, keys to the game, players to watch and more! It's Big Blue Avenue on Facebook Live and YouTube @ReviewandPreviewSports!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
Will Hill reacts to Freddie Kitchens taking over the Offensive Coordinator duties for the Giants. The Jets will start Zach Wilson after Joe Flacco and Mike White are on the Covid list. Also, Will's favorite plays for the three Thanksgiving NFL games. If you're enjoying the New York CityCast podcast, follow/subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Hour 2: We had some Thanksgiving spirt in the Built Ford Tough Studio Wednesday morning, as the guys got into a deep dive discussion regarding how one might go about constructing their Thanksgiving Day turkey, we heard about how to spatchcock your turkey, brining a bird and so much more, Jerry hoped on-board to deliver some more update magic, the Knicks held off the Lakers, Jason Garrett is out as the Giants' Offensive Coordinator, the Jets pretty much have no choice but to start Zach Wilson on Sunday, a Thanksgiving NFL wager and some Thanksgiving memories. All that and more awaits you… See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
New York Giants: After multiple disappointing showings in play-calling, Jason Garret has been fired by the Giants. What happened to the ex 'Coach of the Year'?Chicago Bears: Chants, online posts, and a couple of other forms of media are the many ways Chicago fans are calling for the resignation (or termination) of HC Matt Nagy. What does Matt Nagy have to say about these rumors?Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys lost to the Chiefs this past week and owner/self proclaimed doctor, Jerry Jones talked about the missing Amari Cooper and how he's not being 'part of the team'. Amari is set to miss the Cowboy's Thursday Night Game as well due to being placed on the COVID list this past week. In total, he is set to miss 2 games due to COVID.
Ben Maller talks about Jason Garrett getting the boot as Offensive Coordinator for the NY Giants and if he deserves the lion's share of the blame for their struggles, NBA Pick'em, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Tuesday as the Cougars prepare for their regular season finale at USC on Saturday
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Wednesday ahead of the Cougars' road trip to Georgia Southern on Saturday
John Sabatalo is a man full of charisma and kindness who cares deeply about others. Early on he was called to be a coach and those characteristics helped him succeed on the field and in the boardroom for many years and for many teams. He is currently the President of Planes Companies in Cincinnati, Ohio where since 1991 he has helped grow the business into one of the premiere moving, warehousing, transportation, and logistics firms. The Cincinnati Enquirer consistently rates them as one of the top places to work and John will tell you it is because everyone is treated the same, as a trusted family member. In addition to Planes, John is the President of Global Workplace Solutions, a company that delivers global project management and workplace services to corporations, healthcare and lab facilities, hospitality companies, governmental agencies, and educational institutions. His prior coaching experiences still drive how he manages and motivates his teams. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts, he moved to Cincinnati to coach at the University of Cincinnati as a graduate assistant before going to St. Xavier High School for 6 years ('80-86) as the Offensive Coordinator before being named the school's youngest athletic director. From 1986-1991, he was the head coach of Lakota High School where in his 4th season, he was named the Ohio Division 1 Coach of the Year. In this interview, John will talk candidly about the many lessons learned stepping into new roles, overcoming adversity, and how gratitude is a big part of his day. His infectious energy and passion for life spill into everything he does including being a dedicated husband to his wife Lynn and a loving father to his 2 boys, Brian and Stephen.
One of the many changes in the Husker football program over the past week is the revelation that when Scott Frost hires a new Offensive Coordinator, he will be handing over the play-calling duties to the new OC. What does Dr. Rob Zatechka think about this change? You will find out by listening to this edition of the Husker Doc Talk Podcast presented by the Rimington Trophy. We don't talk a lot about the changes on the Husker staff; we covered that last week in a live stream. If you missed that conversation, you can watch it by clicking the link below. CLICK HERE TO WATCH Also, Dr. Rob discusses the loss of JoJo Domann for the remainder of the season and the effect it will have on the last two games of the season, at Wisconsin and home against Iowa. After you listen to the podcast, would you please give it a rating or a review? Why? Well, the more people that like this show, the more people will see it. Would you please support our local sponsors who help make this podcast happen? During this time of economic crisis, they need us now more than ever! Rimington Trophy Ticket Express Husker Hounds HuskerMax If you have questions for Dr. Rob, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, follow Dr. Rob on Twitter, @DocTalkSports. Would you please take a moment to give this podcast a rating and review? Your feedback helps more people find us. You can find us on all the major podcast distribution networks.
Rick Neuheisel of CBS Sports joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about the situation with the Washington Huskies football program including Jimmy Lake's suspension, Junior Adams taking over as UW's Offensive Coordinator, Oregon's star defender Kayvon Thibodeaux filming his coach's post-game speech, and his new Taco Time pick of the week.
Adam looks at ten coaches Nebraska could consider for an offensive coordinator opening. Support the show: https://www.omaha.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Words. Phrases. Lyrics. It's often the spark for ideas, questions, and conversation. Connection ensues. Communication isn't the same as connecting. We communicate by speaking, writing, and body language. Communication is one person sending and one receiving. But that's not connecting. Communication is aimed at intellectually understanding. Connecting is aimed at emotional understanding. That's how relationships are built. And that's more often than not how these episodes are formed. Makes sense because Leaning Toward Wisdom is a collaborative endeavor. Do you think we've connected? Is there any emotional bond between us? As a listener to this podcast, I hope we've found some sort of connection. Otherwise, I doubt you'd be listening. Connection requires the people involved to get in. I got in on day one with you years ago when I started this podcast. I'm hoping you'll get in - if you haven't already - and contribute to making this Leaning Toward Wisdom connection work for you? It started with a conversation about kindness versus niceness. I've discussed that before so I won't dive too deeply into it again today except to point out that being kind is helpful, being nice is mostly about being polite - but not likely being very helpful. Which is where the conversation quickly went to with the question, "What's helpful? What's hurtful?" The context was challenging with kindness. Focusing in on the word "hurtful," I offered a counter. Let's make it harmful instead because it be hurtful to pour alcohol on a skinned knee of our child, but it's helpful. Harmful is something entirely different though. It's detrimental. When you make your living by coaching people to higher performance you have to lean heavily into kindness because until people feel completely safe, you can't serve them. Safe means we know - with certainty - that people have our best interest at heart. They want us to succeed. They want us to thrive. They want us to grow. They're committed to helping and equally committed to avoiding harming us. Being challenged isn't always fun, but when it's done in safety it's not harmful. Uncomfortable? Almost always. Putting us in a position where we're driven to think more deeply? Always. Giving us a choice of how to respond? Always. As my friend and I talk about helping or harming it was clear we were really talking about some different scenarios and different kinds of people. There are times when people may think they're being helpful, but they're not. Times when people are disguising being harmful as helpful. Times when people may genuinely want to help, but go about it so poorly they harm. I'm fond of how the British refer to coaching as being in the helping business. I think of myself as being in the helping business. I'd hate to think of myself as being in the harming business. Criminals are in the harming business. Immoral businesses are in the harming business. Sin businesses are in the harming business. Look around...there's an awful lot of profit and feverish activity in the harming business. Last week I pointed out what's on my whiteboard. It's implied in my whiteboard statement that I'm trying to figure out how to make the biggest POSITIVE difference. The biggest HELPFUL difference. Am I always successful? No, I don't always succeed at my intended consequences. There are unintended consequences. Would that we were always judged by our intentions. Or would that be good? Are our intentions always honorable? Do you really want to be judged by your intentions? Sometimes our intentions may be rightly aimed at helpful, but sometimes not. I stumbled across a documentary on Amazon Prime the other day, The Identity Theft of Mitch Mustain. It's a 2014 documentary about a young man, a quarterback from Springdale, Arkansas. A phenom playing for then high-school coach Gus Malzahn, who later went on to become Offensive Coordinator at Arkansas,
Petros Papadakis joins Dave Softy Mahler to discuss everything going on with the Huskies football program including Jimmy Lake's suspension and his future at Washington, the television broadcasts covering what's going on with UW, Junior Adams taking over at Offensive Coordinator for John Donovan and Bob Gregory acting as Head Coach, and the Dawgs' quarterback situation.
Coach Drew chats with the guys about the Golden Eagles' great season (9-1), his career, his offensive philosophy, the Golden Eagles' playmakers & experience, playoff prep, & more! #schsfb #hsfb #scisa **LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE, SUBSCRIBE** Hosts: Kevin Thomas, @K_Mart10 & Jerel Hendricks, @ Ol_Rel Guest: Kyle Drew, Pee Dee Academy OC Follow Movin' the Chains here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/movinchains Twitter: https://twitter.com/movinchains Instagram: https://instagram.com/movinchains Email: MovingTheChainSC@gmail.com Check Out Our Sponsors! The George Agency: facebook.com/GeorgeAgency Secured Advantage Federal Credit Union: https://securedadvantagefcu.com/ Always on Top: facebook.com/AlwaysOnTopBrand Audio Version Now Available Where You Find Podcasts! Anchor: https://anchor.fm/movinthechains Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1BBSbFEpFCtjVsf6OcG3Mx Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/movin-the-chains Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9lYTcxZWI4L3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/movin-the-chains/id1482403848 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movinchains/message
St. Xavier (OH) offensive coordinator Andrew Coverdale sits down with Keith in this episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast. Coverdale dishes on how the high school power house transitions their summer install into the season, the practice process on Monday and Saturday, and QB live pass periods. He also shares key offensive concepts that paved the way for Trinity's 15-0, state title-winning season in 2016. Show Notes -Transitioning summer install into the season -Forcing kids to use their eyes -How to keep a small playbook -The process for Saturday and Monday practices -QB “like it” or “love it” list -Breaking down Monday practices -Live pass periods that help QBs -The winning edge
In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain react to the Washington Husking firing John Donovan and suspending Jimmy Lake for a week, how Junior Adams is approaching the role as Offensive Coordinator, the guys give their Fact or Fiction pick, then chat with Greg Lewis, former Huskies running back and new Husky Honks, about everything going on with the football team.
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Wednesday ahead of Senior Day for the Cougars as they take on Idaho State.
Episode 481: Brice Paterik discusses the Rangers hiring Donnie Ecker as their new bench coach, how he made the Giants into one of the best offensive teams in baseball and what his title of Offensive Coordinator actually means. He also discusses Aaron Zavala's health scare that nearly ended his pro career before it started and what the Braves must do to take down the Astros in the World Series. 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Was Ägypten, Österreich, die USA und der Freistaat Bayern in Sachen Football gemeinsam haben? Die durchaus sehenswerten und interessanten Karrieren als Spieler und als Coach bzw. Coordinator des heutigen Höhlen Gastes _ denn mit Sammy Farghali von den Ingolstadt Dukes ist eine absolute bayrische Koryphäe in der heutigen Episode zu hören. Ob als ehemaliger Wide Receiver oder aktueller Head Coach und Offensive Coordinator in Personalunion brilliert er auf und heute eben auch mal neben dem Feld. Wie mit jedem Gast spricht unser Host Longbo neben der eigentlichen Karriere als Spieler eben auch über die als Coach und darüber hinaus über den aktuell erfolgten Aufstieg, die Chancen in der GFL2 sowie seine weiteren beruflichen und sportlichen Ambitionen. Dazu wird es noch ein bisschen privat wenn Sammy aus dem Nähkästchen plaudert und uns mitnimmt in seine eigene Vergangenheit, die sportlichen Anfänge sowie den Weg der ihn zu dem gemacht hat was er heute ist. Aber hört selbst. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-football-cave/message
John is joined in the second hour by Jake Crain (The JBoy Show) to recap the Week 8 College Football Weekend and the SEC where he gives you his prediction for Mississippi-Auburn and speculates on who the next Offensive Coordinator turned Head Coach might be. John continues to break down more NFL including how the Bengals stand in the AFC and whether or not the Raiders are for real. Also, John talks about the strangest stories of the day in Access Hardinwood.
Steve Bortstein filling in for Ryan O'Leary chats with Broncos Wire editor Jon Heath, recapping Thursday night's disappointing loss to the Browns, plus an update on Von Miller, the futures of head coach Vic Fangio and his staff, how long a leash Teddy Bridgewater has and whether there were any positives which can be taken from Thursday's game.
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Wednesday evening as the Cougars prepare to take on Washington State on Saturday.
Offensive Coordinator of the Jaguars, Darrell Bevel, has been criticized by many all season as the team started slowly. A closer look might mean a change of mind and heart for many, me included. McDonald's This episode of Locked On (your team name) is brought to you by McDonalds, proudly serving communities since 1965. McDonalds has always been more than just a place to get tasty, affordable food – it's an unofficial community center. A big thank you to our friends at McDonalds for always being there. I'm Lovin It. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
‘Curb Your Enthusiasm' creator and star Larry David stops by the studio where he tells Rich why he would outlaw field goals and punting if he were to replace NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, why he would be a dynamic Offensive Coordinator for the New York Jets, how he's constantly ruining takes by laughing during filming of improvised ‘Curb' scenes, and what is the right and wrong thing to do in social situations we all experience like spoiler rules for movies and sports, ordering at the drive-thru, restaurant etiquette and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Wednesday as the No. 19/20 Cougars prepare to take on Baylor Saturday afternoon.
Gerry Dulac wrote about the dynamic that exists between Matt Canada and Ben Roethlisberger and the power struggle that's possibly playing out. Dorin tells us about how Tom Brady called the shots in New England when he played with him there and the best way for these relationships to exist. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Wednesday in advance of No. 10 BYU's home game against Boise State.
Lake Oconee Academy is pleased to welcome Drew Anthony to the new football staff for the upcoming school year. Anthony will serve as the Head Football Coach and will oversee the development of the initial 1st-12th grade football programs at the school. He will teach various high school Social Studies classes including Advanced Placement Government and Economics. He brings with him 27 years of coaching experience in the Georgia High School Association as well as an extensive background in teaching Social Studies, Special Education, and Physical Education. Anthony is relocating to the Lake Oconee area from St. Mary's, GA where he served as assistant football coach as well as the Special Teams Coordinator and Academic Athletic Coordinator for Camden County High School, a perennial football powerhouse. Prior to that, he served as the Special Teams Coordinator and Tight Ends coach at Buford High School for 14 years. During his time at Buford, Anthony won Assistant Coach of the Year as well as 13 Region Championships and eight State Championships. He also coached Track and Field and produced a State Champion in shot put and discus. Early in his career, he coached at Washington-Wilkes High School and Cedar Shoals High School, where he served as Offensive Coordinator. Anthony and his wife Lyndi, an Oncology nurse, have three children J.T. (10), Abi (8), and Nate (6). email@example.com @LOACoachAnthony --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kevin-furtado/support
This week we've got a jam packed Bobcast, including interviews with student-athletes and coaches from EIGHT different sports. It's the height of fall sports season and we've got it all covered, on the Bates Bobcast! Interviews this episode: 1:14 -- Custavious Patterson, Senior Associate Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator, Football. 12:24 -- Curtis Johnson, Head Coach, Men's Cross Country. 20:19 -- Jillian Richardson '23, Women's Cross Country (Female Bobcat of the Week and NESCAC Cross Country Runner of the Week). 26:04 -- Bruce David '25, Men's Soccer Goalkeeper (Male Bobcat of the Week). 32:43 -- Kat Nuckols '22, Women's Soccer Goalkeeper. 38: 10 -- Emma Eide '24, Volleyball Setter. 44:36 -- Alex Voight-Shelley '24, Women's Golf. 49:18 -- Anna Rozin '22, Women's Tennis. 55:52 -- Sean Bryant '23 and Derek Marino '22, Football Wide Receivers.
Has Father Time finally caught up with Big Ben? Mike Prisuta ponders the decision to bring in a new Offensive Coordinator in what is assumed to be Ben's final year, Najee Harris is the only bright spot on offense so far, plus more injuries piling up on both sides of the ball. It's also Stones Day in Pittsburgh today, which means Mick & Keith and the boys are rummaging somewhere around the 'Burgh, or in their lavish quarters.
Georgia proved its dominance | Charlie Weis, former Offensive Coordinator for the Patriots, joins the show to talk Brady vs. Belichick | Plus, your best calls from College Football Saturday See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We sit down with Coach Rustman, Offensive Coordinator, Offensive line, and Strength coach at Concordia University Chicago. Twitter: @CoachRustman Please like, subscribe, review, and share out! https://linktr.ee/thecoachsteveshowCheck out belly up sports podcast network! https://bellyupsports.com/Go to Mybookie.ag and use the code: BELLYUPFANTASY and double your first depositGet back to the basics with Coach Stone: https://www.coachstonefootball.com/Go to launchpadkickofftee.com/css and use the Code: css to get 10% when you guy the best kickoff tee in the business!Get The Coach Steve Show Gear at TeeSpring! https://teespring.com/get-the-coach-steve-show?edit=1&pid=2Get the Coach Steve Show "Just run the spread" gear at TeeSpring! https://teespring.com/just-run-the-spread?pid=369
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about AJ still being at the Ryder Cup to represent Team USA in the celebrity portion, and why the USA needs to put Bryson and Brooks together for the 4-ball competition to get the US out of the gates early. They also cover tonight's Thursday Night Football game between the Panthers and Texans, and Pat concocts a juicy 4 leg risk free parlay that is now live and available on FanDuel after you opt-in. Joining the program for the first time is Super Bowl Champion, 13th overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft, Iowa Hawkeye legend and RT for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tristan Wirfs. Pat and Tristan chat about what it's like being in the huddle with Tom Brady, how he would characterize his play style, what you need to focus on before going into a game when a guy like Aaron Donald is on the other side, and how much of a culture shock it was going from Iowa to Tampa (25:28-34:23). Next, joining the program for his weekly Wrap-Up is NFL Network Insider, Ian Rapoport. Pat and Ian chat about Carson Wentz' sprained ankles, how serious Tua's rib injury is, when we can expect to see Jamie Collins wearing a Patriots uniform again this season, his thoughts for tonight's Thursday Night Football game, and what he need to know going into week 3 of the NFL season (43:47-1:09:40). Later, a man who coached in the NFL for 20+ years, most notably as the Offensive Coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Head Coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, Todd Haley joins the show to chat about his career as a coach in the NFL, his thoughts on Urban Meyer and why he doesn't think he'll just pack up and leave, what his relationships with Ben Roethlisberger and Mike Tomlin were like, how much the game has changed since he's been out of the league, how much he's enjoying coaching high school football, and much more (1:11:51-1:38:48). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media on Wednesday ahead of No. 15/16 BYU's home game against USF.
Former Patriots Offensive Coordinator Charlie Weis joins the show to discuss the Patriots (9-17-21) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 3 - Tom Brady Believe he can play till he's 50 years old, Former Patriots Offensive Coordinator Charlie Weis joins the show to discuss the Patriots (9-17-21) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Wednesday ahead of the Cougars' Top-25 showdown against No. 19/21 Arizona State.
Bonta and Shasky look ahead to the 49ers-Eagles matchup and speak with former Offensive Coordinator for the Eagles & Niners, Marty Mornhinweg. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler is joined by Cam Cleeland, Greg Lewis and Coach Dick Baird to discuss the loss at Michigan this last weekend, the job John Donovan is doing at Offensive Coordinator and if a change is needed, how to fix the Dawgs' offense right now, and the defensive line getting run over by Michigan running backs last Saturday.
Dave Softy Mahler is joined by Cam Cleeland, Greg Lewis and Coach Dick Baird to discuss the loss at Michigan this last weekend, the job John Donovan is doing at Offensive Coordinator and if a change is needed, how to fix the Dawgs' offense right now, and the defensive line getting run over by Michigan running backs last Saturday.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain listen to the Opponent Audio Recap from Sunday's Seahawks win over the Colts and how the game sounded on 1070am in Indianapolis, chat with Joel Klatt of FOX Sports about the Huskies loss to Michigan on Saturday and situation with John Donovan at Offensive Coordinator, then listen and react to texts from the day so far.
Joel Klatt of FOX Sports joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to discuss Saturday's UW Huskies loss at Michigan, everything that went wrong in that game, the job John Donovan is doing as Offensive Coordinator, Jimmy Lake's job as Head Coach, and Clay Helton being fired by USC.
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media on Wednesday ahead of BYU's home-opener against #24 Utah Saturday night.
On this Monday's installment of Locked On Texans, head coach David Culley has yet to announce his starting QB ahead of week 1 of the regular season. Is there a small chance that Davis Mills will start vs. the Jags? And if so, how are the Houston Texans preparing their offense for the rookie? Plus, with the Texans focusing on their running game this season, is Tim Kelly at a disadvantage as Houston's offensive coordinator? Call us at 737-471-6148 to share your thoughts on the Houston Texans! Follow us on Twitter @cotydavis_24, @somesportsguyy, @LockedOnTexans. 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. 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. Manscaped Fellas, don't gamble on shaving your balls with the wrong tools! Choose MANSCAPED™, Your Balls Will Thank You™! Get 20% off + free shipping with the code LOCKEDON at manscaped.com. RunYourPool Check ‘em out TODAY and get $10 off at RunYourPool.com and use promo code LockedOn at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Wednesday ahead of BYU's season-opening game against Arizona in Las Vegas
In the opening take, Grant applauds OU and Tulane for making sure the game is happening this weekend. Then Lee joins to discuss the worsening OU running backs situation. What does this do to OU's offense? Will other players switch positions to RB (7:50)? It's been reported that Theo Wease is injured (16:20). Lincoln Riley told us who was going to be playing on the O-Line this Saturday. Then a day later, the depth chart came out with at least one puzzling designation (20:10). Alex Grinch maintains that 8 players will get snaps on the inside of the D-Line and also that 6 different players will get snaps on the edge. Also we take a look at the Front 7 depth chart (29:15). Grant says the most interesting part of the depth chart is the secondary. Are we ready for a potential Justin Broiles revival? Has Lee overstated the potential impact of Key Lawrence (34:30)? Billy Bowman's listed with Jeremiah Criddell starting at the Nickel spot. Grant asks "is Billy Bowman what everyone thought Bookie was going to be?" (41:05). We jump into the OU-Tulane preview. Tulane's defense was dreadful against the pass in 2020. The Green Wave have a few pretty good players returning, but the Sooners' offense should be able to do whatever it wants (44:55). Tulane's offense scored a lot of points in 2020 and 10 starters return including QB Michael Pratt. A new Offensive Coordinator makes things a bit interesting. Pass protection was a problem for Tulane, but Grant tells us that they've got a pretty good offense that should be a nice early test for OU (56:50). The guys tell you what they want to see happen this Saturday. Lee focuses mostly on Spencer Rattler, while Grant provides more details from both sides of the ball (1:09:20). Making sure we mention that Tulane QB Pratt seems to be somewhat turnover prone (1:15:20). Finally, we make our OU-Tulane predictions (1:16:55). From here, we take a look at all the games featuring Big 12 teams in Week 1. K-State v Stanford is interesting. How is Stanford so bad all of a sudden? And Grant wants to know why this game is happening in Arlington (1:22:15)? West Virginia opens up at Maryland, which could be kinda interesting. Iowa State hosts Northern Iowa, which always seems to push ISU (1:26:55). Grant really like Texas hosting Louisiana. Lee's not sure what to think of this one (1:30:30). Texas Tech takes on Houston, OSU hosts Missouri State, Baylor is at Texas State, and TCU hosts Duquesne (1:32:45). Lee asks Grant if he wants to change his mind about Nebraska? Did Bret Bielema get a raw deal at Arkansas (1:36:00)? We close the show by making picks on the 5 biggest games of the week: Penn State at Wisconsin/Alabama v Miami/Indiana at Iowa/Georgia v Clemson/LSU at UCLA (1:39:40). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring University of San Diego's Offensive Coordinator and Running Backs Coach Tyler Sutton. Coach Sutton highlights his early coaching experience as a graduate assistant, shares advice on how to become an effective coordinator, and explains his philosophy for coaching running backs. Tyler Sutton enters his ninth season as an assistant coach with San Diego in 2021 and his second as the offensive coordinator. Sutton has risen through San Diego's coaching ranks over the last eight seasons after joining the Toreros in 2013 as a volunteer offensive assistant before being promoted to assistant coach for the 2014 season. He started coaching the running backs before taking on the special teams coordinator role in 2018. He also served as the team's recruiting coordinator during his tenure. In his time with USD, Sutton has been a part of six consecutive seasons of nine or more wins, seven conference championships, five FCS Playoffs appearances, and two FCS playoff wins. Prior to coaching in San Diego, Sutton spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons as a graduate assistant coach at his alma mater, University of Redlands. He served as the Bulldogs' defensive line coach and added special teams coordinator responsibilities for the 2012 season. Sutton began his coaching career at Granite Hills High School in San Diego County. Coach Sutton played football at The University of Redlands where he spent four seasons and received All-Conference honors his senior year. [1:03] Start of Interview [1:57] Personal start into coaching [4:13] Lessons learned working as a graduate assistant [6:10] Interviewing for coaching jobs [7:44] Coaching players that you played with [9:06] Becoming an effective coordinator [11:17] Getting players to "buy in" [12:50] Running Back coaching Philosophy