A tough loss for Miami in Las Vegas, but don't worry Dol-fans...most people lose their shirts in Vegas. Miami just lost a game. Sam and Chris talk about what went wrong, what went right, and what needs to change going forward in order to turn the L into a W.Plus, The Fish Tank joins us to participate in Elite Tweet or Delete Tweet! Former Dolphins Wide Receiver, OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit spent some time with us, scouring the internet to bring you the very best, and very worst tweets from Dolphins Twitter. Check out their show at https://www.thefishtank81.com/#/ And finally the Colts are coming to town! The 0-3 Colts look to right their wrongs against YOUR Miami Dolphins this Sunday. The Jacoby Brissett revenge game is in full swing! Can Miami crawl back to .500? Or will they be toppled and thrown further down the AFC standings?Perfectville is a part of the BLEAV Podcast Network and is presented by BetOnline.ag.
Former Miami Dolphins WR says he still needs to see more from Tua Tagovailoa in his second season, dismisses concerns over WR Devonta Smiths size and flexes his baseball movies muscle with Hoch and Crowder. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Travis is back for a special Hall of Fame candidacy case for legendary Dolphins linebacker Zach Thomas. OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit from the Fish Tank join Travis to detail No. 54's resume, how he measured up against his peers, and the stories behind the scenes that made Zach everyone's favorite linebacker.
Gary Dickman fills in for Bobby today. Former Dolphins wide receiver and co-host of The Fish Tank Podcast, OJ McDuffie, calls in to talk some Dolphins news and recounts the famous "Fake Spike" game with Gary. College football writer for Sports Illustrated, Ross Dellenger, talks about the upcoming College Football Playoffs and the disappointment from fans about the matchups. Bryan Fischer from Athlon Sports talks NFL Playoffs and the important games to watch in Week 17. Larry Beil comes on to talk about San Francisco sports and to recount some memories of his times in Hawaii as the final guest of 2020 for ESPN Honolulu.
The animals come on and talk about the recently revealed first rankings of the College Football Playoff and make a reaction to BYU being 14th. Also, lots of Dolphins football talk as Kamu Grugier-Hill makes his weekly appearance on the show and former Miami Dolhins receiver OJ McDuffie joins the show. And Pac-West commissioner Bob Hogue makes an appearance to talk about the conference's upcoming season.
Travis is back for a special Friday edition of the Drive Time podcast. We're crossing over with the guys from the Fish Tank as OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit join to talk the 1995 season finale against the St. Louis Rams. From catching passes over the middle of the field, spiking the football, and clinching a playoff berth to feeding information to The Don on the sidelines during game day. Plus, we'll get the latest injury news for Sunday and cover John Congemi's three keys to the game.
Travis is back for a Flashback edition of the Drive Time podcast. Former tight end Randy McMichael joins to talk about the 2004 season and the win over the 49ers. Plus, the hosts of the Fish Tank podcast Seth Levit and OJ McDuffie jump in the passenger's seat.
Travis is back for a special edition of the Drive Time podcast as it's a crossover special with the co-hosts of the Fish Tank pod. Seth Levit and OJ McDuffie recall the brief history of Dolphins and Jags and the battle for Florida.
Travis is back for a Friday Flashback edition of the Drive Time podcast. We'll hear from legendary Dolphins LT Richmond Webb on the Bills-Dolphins rivalry of the 90's, blocking Bruce Smith and Dan Marino's Isotoner gloves. Plus, OJ McDuffie and Seth Levitt of the Fish Tank podcast drop in to tell us the story of Bryan Cox's two-finger salute.
Defo and Lubie have a busy final hour of the show; they discuss college football with Dave Lamont. Plus what are the Miami Dolphins looking like with Phins' great OJ McDuffie! They finish the show off talking to NBA analyst, Grant Long!
(https://atgridiron.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ATG-OJ.png) OJ played 9 seasons of professional football in the NFL, all with the Miami Dolphins. He was a standout athlete who played multiple sports growing up. In high school he lettered in 4 sports, football basketball, baseball and Track. His favourite sport was basketball, however he was on the shorter side so didn’t think that would be his best option. He was heavily recruited but Ohio State was his favourite team being an Ohio boy. However they fired their head coach so that opened him up to listening to other schools. Penn State shot up to the top of the list and he decided to go there, even though his mom was pushing for Notre Dame. He was outstanding at Penn State and rose to All-American status. He also played baseball there and was drafted by the California Angels. Their offer to him was only $10,000 which led him to pursue his football options instead of playing baseball. That turned out to be a great choice with him being drafted in the 1st round by the Dolphins. He was added to an already talented receiving corps, so initially he made his mark as a returner. He excelled at it and had some great returns early in his career. He eventually established himself as a top receiver and led the league in catches with 90 in 1998. A toe injury ended his career prematurely and he had to focus on life after football. He did radio work as well as some tv work to try and stay close to the game. He also started his foundation, Catch 81 Foundation, to help kids in the south Florida area. He has his own podcast as well, The Fish Tank, where he chats with former Dolphins players and personnel and they share stories from their time with the team. For more information on OJ and where to follow him on social media, follow the links below. SUBSCRIBE Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/3hnoI8YbzNAcJ0Tlg1Hb0B) LINKS podcast: The Fish Tank (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fish-tank-miami-dolphins-tales-from-the-deep/id1409148022) foundation: Catch 81 Foundation (https://www.catch81foundation.org/) twitter: @ojmcduffie81 (https://twitter.com/ojmcduffie81?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) instagram: @ojmcduffie (https://www.instagram.com/ojmcduffie/) RESOURCES www.atgridiron.com (https://www.atgridiron.com) www.symfonies.ca (http://www.symfonies.ca)
On today's DolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast we are joined by Seth Levit and OJ McDuffie from THE FISH TANK podcast which can be heard on the 5 Reasons Sports Network as we talk about season 2 of the Fish Tank which will debut on August 6th. We go over some of the highlights from season 1 of their podcast and who were some of their favorite interviews and what we can expect with season 2. We also talk with OJ about the Dolphins upcoming 2019 season.
Our guys over at the Fish Tank, OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit, had Trick Daddy in for a fantastic interview. And we wanted to share it with you the listeners. Check it out! From the moment he was featured on the Luther “Luke” Campbell track “Scarred,” Trick Daddy instantly became a staple in the Miami music scene. After singing to Slip-N-Slide records, Trick released back-to-back albums, receiving national acclaim and climbing to the third spot on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart with “Nann” featuring Trina. Hits including “Shut Up,” “I’m a Thug,” “Let’s Go” and “Bet That” followed as Trick solidified his place in Miami music history. But it was the cover of his Thugs Are Us album where Trick revealed his passion for Miami sports as he donned an aqua Sam Madison jersey. Joined by his Love & Hip Hop Miami co-star, Gunplay, Trick discusses his love for the Miami Dolphins, his frustrations with Ryan Tannehill, his friendship with Channing Crowder and why he feels today’s society is lacking in family values and morals. This episode is sponsored by: ARS & Associates https://www.arsaccounting.com/ Call ARS at (305) 653–7350 and mention The Fish Tank to receive a 20% discount off the cost of preparing your tax return. And A&T Dry Cleaners https://www.drycleanertoyou.com/ Fish Tank listeners will receive 50% off their first order and 25% off all dry cleaning afterwards! Call Ara at (954) 610-9383
5R133- Ethan and Chris were joined by a duo that combined for many a Dolphins touchdown, Jay Fiedler and Randy McMichael, to talk about their time with the Dolphins in the early 2000s. We hit on some of their fondest memories, greatest teammates, and thoughts about the current Miami Dolphins For more great Dolphins stories like the ones told in this episode, check out The Fish Tank with OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit here in the Five Reasons Sports Network. Thanks to our sponsors Brunt Insurace, BetDSI, Doral Toyota,
How does one of Dan Marino’s favorite targets and the godfather of the Phinsider sound for the first episode of the Phinsider Radio re-launch? Phinsider Radio welcomed the guys from the Fish Tank, OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit. OJ McDuffie still has his name littered throughout the Miami Dolphins record books while Seth worked 8 years in the public relations department before jumping over to be the Executive Director of the Jason Taylor Foundation. We tried to squeeze every drop of knowledge out of them we possibly could. Might want to crack a beer for this one, they have some good stories. We interviewed Matty Infante on some of the nuggets he’s hearing as we get into the 2018 Training Camp: he gives us the pulse on some interesting players like Mike Gesicki, Cordrea Tankersley, Stephone Anthony, and Leonte Carroo. Lastly, we tackle the convoluted topic of the Miami Dolphins being in the news regarding the possible discipline of players kneeling during the anthem, and guaranteed vs. non-guaranteed contracts in professional sports and weigh in on where the NFL stands. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joining us this week on a special early holiday edition of Thursday Night Tailgate are: former Redskins & Chargers TE Craig McEwen, former Dolphins Pro Bowl WR O.J. McDuffie, and movie Producer & Director Andrew Muscato. Sports 1 Marketing CEO David Meltzer will join us in his weekly timeslot to talk about the work he and Warren Moon are doing around the NFL concussion issue and former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins will also join us for our 5 Star Picks of the Week. Join Chris Mascaro and Bob Lazzari every Thursday night from 8:00-10:00 PM EST as they talk with current and former players and coaches from around the NFL & CFL on "Thursday Night Tailgate." Chris and Bob talk football with the greats of the game year round so set a reminder, you don't want to miss an episode. Plus, check out the TNT web site: www.thursdaynighttailgate.com to keep track of upcoming guests, stream or download any of our archived episodes, plus see what players are saying about the show. “I want to congratulate you on your outstanding show. I’m extraordinarily impressed. I’ve been on a lot of shows over the years in various cities but this one is exceptional." Andy Russell, Former Pittsburgh Steelers LB