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Big Bets On Campus
College Basketball Betting Preview | Wednesday, December 1st

Big Bets On Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 44:02


It's our fifth college basketball episode of the season! Every Wednesday morning, the Three Man Weave crew of Jim Root, Ky McKeon and Matt Cox will join Big Bets On Campus to talk all things gambling in college hoops! This week, the guys give out their favorite underdogs (01:58), most-likely candidates for big blowouts (15:18), favorite Power 5 matchups (22:57), favorite mid-major matchups of the week (31:47), and the game they would rather “claw their eyes out” than actually watch (37:56). They wrap up the episode with a spotlight on some early season conference games from around the NCAA (39:02). Game previews include SMU vs. UNLV (02:12), TCU vs. Oral Roberts (04:39), LSU vs. Ohio (07:23), DePaul vs. Loyola Chicago (09:37), Illinois vs. Rutgers (11:27), Purdue vs. Iowa (12:10), Providence vs. Rhode Island (13:11), Arkansas vs. Central Arkansas (15:18), Iowa State vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (17:21), Mississippi State vs. Lamar (20:02), Texas vs. Texas-Rio Grande Valley (20:56), Oklahoma vs. Florida (23:02), North Carolina vs. Michigan (25:03), Maryland vs. Virginia Tech (26:03), Kansas vs. St. John's (28:49), Gonzaga vs. Alabama (30:17), Belmont vs. Lipscomb (31:47), UTEP vs. New Mexico State (33:34), Furman vs. Charleston (35:05), UW-Green Bay vs. Robert Morris (37:09), Liberty vs. Mizzou (38:52), Florida State vs. Syracuse (39:24), Marist vs. Iona (40:54), and Cleveland State vs. Northern Kentucky (42:11).

College Hoops Today with Jon Rothstein
Episode 318 - Ohio State's Chris Holtmann

College Hoops Today with Jon Rothstein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021


Ohio State's Chris Holtmann is happy with the Buckeyes' performance to start the season considering they've not been at full strength. Why early growth is key to a successful season. Updates on Eugene Brown, Justice Sueing and Seth Towns. How has EJ Liddell's position change gone? Not ignoring their tournament ending loss to Oral Roberts. Why it's an honor to play Duke and Coach K in his last season. Discussing a tough Big Ten Conference. And keys to a successful season for Ohio State. Plus, how elite is this year's Duke squad?

Locked On Pokes - Daily Podcast On Oklahoma State Cowboys Football & Basketball
Basketball Overtime Win Over ORU + Bedlam Keys to Victory + Bedlam Predictions

Locked On Pokes - Daily Podcast On Oklahoma State Cowboys Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 24:45


I'm gonna touch on the overtime win for the Cowboys against Oral Roberts but then it's all bedlam. First, key factors to winning and then a couple predictions. Bryce Williams and Isaac Likekele showed up big in the win over Oral Roberts. How important is the offensive line to the win against Oklahoma on Saturday? I predict Tay Marter to have 150 plus yards and a touchdown. 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. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! NetSuite Over twenty-seven thousand businesses already use NetSuite and RIGHT NOW through the end of the year NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program to those ready to upgrade at NetSuite.com/LOCKEDONNCAA.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Big Bets On Campus
College Basketball Betting Preview

Big Bets On Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 42:47


It's our fourth college basketball episode of the season! Every Wednesday morning, the Three Man Weave crew of Jim Root, Ky McKeon and Matt Cox will join Big Bets On Campus to talk all things gambling in college hoops! With Thanksgiving on Thursday, we're coming to you a day early! This week, the guys give out their favorite underdogs (02:05), most-likely candidates for big blowouts (17:47), favorite Power 5 matchups (25:36), favorite mid-major matchups of the week (32:07), and the game they would rather “claw their eyes out” than actually watch (34:22). They wrap up the episode with a spotlight on the programs that have been monsters against the spread, as well as programs that have been unable to cover spreads on a consistent basis (36:20). Game previews include George Mason vs. South Dakota State (02:05), Kansas vs. North Texas (05:37), Alabama vs. Iona (09:20), Oklahoma State vs. Oral Roberts (11:37), North Carolina State vs. Louisiana Tech (14:44), New Mexico vs. UAB (16:43), Oklahoma vs. Houston Baptist (17:47), Clemson vs. Charleston Southern (19:44), Purdue vs. Nebraska-Omaha (21:36), Arizona vs. Sacramento State (23:25), Gonzaga vs. Duke (25:36), Memphis vs. Virginia Tech (29:40), Belmont vs. Drake (32:07), and Dayton vs. Miami (34:22).

Slappin' Glass Podcast
Paul Mills on Mid-Season Focus, Limiting Turnovers, and Studying the International Game {Oral Roberts},

Slappin' Glass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 61:34


Slappin' Glass is joined by the Head Coach or Oral Roberts MBB, Paul Mills. The trio have a lot to talk about after Coach Mills led ORU to the Sweet 16 in the 2021 March Madness Tournament. They discuss maintaining mid-season energy, limiting turnovers, playing with pace AND taking good shots, studying the international game, and much more!Looking for more? Join coaches from over 15 different countries and become a member of SG Plus today!

BSN CSU Rams Podcast
DNVR Rams Podcast: Colorado State dominates Oral Roberts in a statement win at Moby Arena

BSN CSU Rams Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 33:41


Justin Michael plays audio from his postgame interviews and gives his takeaways from an impressive 109-80 victory over Oral Roberts. Throughout the podcast Justin talks about CSU's depth and a stellar showing from John Tonje, who scored a career-high 31 points. Justin also discusses the opener for the women's basketball team and how they took care of business against Colorado Christian University.

College Hoops Overtime - Betting
11/9/2021-Hoopin' With Hoops

College Hoops Overtime - Betting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 279:47


Start of picks 3:31-UC San Diego vs Cal 5:35-S Illinois vs Little Rock 8:11-Akron vs Ohio St 10:29-St Peter's vs VCU 12:33-E Michigan vs Indiana 15:23-IUPUI vs Butler 17:41-Citadel vs Pit 20:07-App St vs Iona 22:49-UIC vs Dayton 25:05-FIU vs Georgia 27:27-Belmont.vs Ohio 30:02-Monmouth vs Charlotte 32:39-Kansas vs Michigan St 34:58-Toledo vs Valpo 37:21-Portland vs Arizona St 39:54-Oakland vs WVU 42:31-UT Martin vs Tennessee 45:24-Rider vs Duquesne 47:56-Evansville vs Cincinnati 50:09-Fairfield vs Providence 52:18-Siena vs St. Bonaventure 54:32-Quinnipiac vs Maryland 56:24-Delaware vs Davidson 58:42-Ball St vs GA Southern 1:01:10-Miami OH vs GA Tech 1:03:50-Bowling Green vs W Carolina 1:06:23-Canisius vs Miami 1:08:04-Niagara vs Xavier 1:10:26-Columbia vs Fordham 1:12:53-E Illinois vs Northwestern 1:14:56-Hofstra vs Houston 1:17:46-Elon vs Florida 1:19:55-UNC Wilmington vs IL St 1:22:39-TN Tech vs Memphis 1:24:18-C Michigan vs Missouri 1:26:53-UT Arlington vs OK St 1:29:10-Arkansas vs Mercer 1:31:33-Jacksonville St vs Wichita St 1:33:55-Auburn vs Morehead St 1:35:52-W Illinois vs Nebraska 1:37:45-UMKC v Minnesota 1:40:30-UW Milwakee vs N Dakota 1:43:00-UL Monroe v LSU 1:45:02-Ab Christian v Utah 1:47:13-Pepperdine v Rice 1:49:35-Indiana St v UW Green Bay 1:51:45-Dartmouth vs BC 1:53:58-SEMO v Missouri St 1:58:45-St. Thomas v Chi St 2:01:29-SIUE v Marquette 2:03:23-Utah Valley v Boise St 2:05:28-LA Tech v Bama 2:07:32-CSUN v USC 2:09:45-UC Irvine v NMST 2:12:09-Dixie St v Gonzaga 2:14:43-CS Fullerton v Santa Clara 2:16:57-Bradley v S Dakota St 2:19:18-UC Davis v Utah St 2:21:49-NY Post Pick Kentucky v Duke 2:24:08-Oral Roberts v Colorado St 2:26:14-Cleveland St v BYU 2:18:37-E Wash v Nevada 2:30:53-Tarleton St v Stanford 2:33:06-UC Riverside v SDSU 2:35:16-Montana St v Colorado 2:37:50-Portland St v Oregon St 2:39:41- No IL v Washington 2:42:19-Chattanooga v LMU 2:44:29-No AZ v Arizona 2:46:41-CS Bakersfield v UCLA 2:50:51-Alcorn St v Wash St 2:52:47-Mt St. Mary's v Nova 2:54:40-Bethune Cookman v USF 2:57:04-C Conn St v UConn 2:59:02-Lafayette v Syracuse 3:01:19-Boston U v Rhode Island 3:03:44-Towson v Albany 3:05:31-NC A&T v UNCG 3:08:02-USC Upstate v S Carolina 3:10:11-Loyola MD v UNC 3:12:11-Presbyterian v Clemson 3:13:47-SC St v E Carolina 3:15:51-Stony Brook v George Mason 3:18:00-Hartford v Wagner 3:20:29-TX So v Oregon 3:23:02-Northeastern v Colgate 3:25:13-NC Central v Richmond 3:27:15-UMBC v UMass 3:29:38-UNC Ash v UAB 3:32:02-New Orleans v Ole Miss 3:33:09-Cornell v Binghamton 3:36:09-Texas St v Incarnate Word 3:38:10-MS Valley v St. John's 3:40:24-TN St v Bama A&M 3:42:20-Bama St v WKU 3:44:26-Francis NY v Wisconsin 3:46:10-C Ark v St Louis 3:48:49-MD E Shore v St. Joe's 3:50:32-Nicholls v N Iowa 3:52:23-Coppin St v Loyola IL 3:54:20-Francis PA v G Washington 3:56:12-McNeese v SMU 3:58:35-Maine v VA Tech 4:01:35-Ark PB v Creighton 4:03:43-N Florida v TX Tech 4:05:35-Kennesaw St v IA St 4:07:41-NW St v Oklahoma 4:09:35-Bucknell v NC St 4:11:23-Sacred Heart v La Salle 4:13:32-Marist v American 4:15:37-SE LA v Tulane 4:17:51-Jackson St v Illinois 4:20:00-Houston Baptist v Texas 4:22:00-Navy v UVA 4:24:04-Bellarmine v Purdue 4:26:09-Southern v Louisville 4:28:14-Grambling v GCU 4:30:30-Longwood v Iowa 4:32:44-Prairie View v St. Mary's 4:34:45-LIU v San Fran Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Titus & Tate
Season Preview Spectacular - Part I

Titus & Tate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 116:27


Mark Titus and Tate Frazier present the first half of their "Top 50 Storylines" of their 2021-2022 college basketball season. They touch on topics Sister Jean, fan-filled arenas, Bo Boroski, Oral Roberts, Coach K, and more!

BSN CSU Rams Podcast
DNVR Rams Podcast: CSU Men's Basketball kicks off the 2021-22 season with an exhibition win, final thoughts on Boise State, & the top 5 Halloween candies

BSN CSU Rams Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 27:16


Justin Michael dives into the numbers from Sunday's exhibition win over Adams State and gives his thoughts on the men's basketball program as we inch closer to the Nov. 9 opener against Oral Roberts. In the second half of the episode Justin gives his final thoughts on a disappointing loss to Boise State and the football team's consistent Red Zone struggles. Finally, Justin closes out the show with his top 5 Halloween candies.

Coaching U Podcast with Coach Brendan Suhr presented by Hudl & Hudl Assist

This week Coach Brendan Suhr is joined by Paul Mills, Head Coach of the Oral Roberts University. Mills has engineered a remarkable resurgence for the ORU program. Last season, his Golden Eagles reached the NCAA tournament for the first time under his leadership while providing a memorable run as they were the second-ever No. 15 seed to reach the NCAA Sweet 16 after taking down No. 2 seed Ohio State and No. 7 seed Florida on the national stage. The win over the seventh-ranked Buckeyes was just the fourth time in Golden Eagles history to take down a top 10 team. ORU also claimed its first Summit League tournament championship and NCAA appearance since 2008 winning three games in three days in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, finishing with an 18-11 overall record and a 10-5 mark in league play. In this episode, Coach Mills discusses why he felt called to coaching, the sacrifices he and his family have made that have allowed him to rise through the coaching profession, takeaways from each stop along his coaching journey, how he has built his ORU program and the reward he and his players felt with this year's success after shared experiences battling adversity in the early years, highlights from his team's NCAA tournament run, and several tips that are useful for coaches at all stages of their career. Enjoy Coach Paul Mills on Episode 230 of the Coaching U Podcast! BIG NEWS!!! Videos from the Coaching U Live 2021 VIP Experience Event are AVAILABLE NOW! See all of the speakers that joined us in Las Vegas including Nick Nurse, Taylor Jenkins, Stephen Silas, Phil Handy, Sean Sweeney, Adrian Griffin and many more! Get your complete set by CLICKING HERE! *Act now to receive a special bonus included at no additional charge* Special Offers! FASTMODEL SPORTS: CLICK HERE to Save 10% on FastDraw or other FastModel Products with Promo Code "CU10" DR. DISH: Visit www.drdishbasketball.com/ for more info and don't forget to mention Coaching U or the Podcast to receive $300 off your Dr. Dish. 360 HOOPS is changing the shape of the game! CLICK HERE to learn more today!

Sports Spectrum Podcast
Oral Roberts basketball coach Paul Mills on the incredible 2021 Sweet Sixteen run and glorifying God

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 53:02


Paul Mills is the men's head basketball coach at Oral Roberts University. For fourteen years from 2003-2017, Mills was an assistant coach with the Baylor Bears under head coach Scott Drew before taking the job with Oral Roberts on April 28, 2017. In the 2020-2021 season, Mills led Oral Roberts on an improbable March Madness run that saw them defeat No. 2 seed Ohio State and No. 7 seed Florida to advance to the Sweet Sixteen before losing to Arkansas 72-70. They were just the second 15 seed to ever advance to the Sweet Sixteen in the history of the NCAA Tournament. Today on the podcast, we talk to coach Paul Mills about his incredible March Madness run, the lessons learned from success and defeat, using the national platform as an opportunity to share the Gospel and his love for the movie Hoosiers. --- Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.

The UNPACKIN' it Podcast
Paul Mills - Oral Roberts Head Basketball Coach

The UNPACKIN' it Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 41:14


BIO:Paul Mills is the head coach at Oral Roberts and has been since 2017 after being on staff at Baylor for 14 years. Earlier this year he led his team to the Sweet 16. He is a husband and father of two daughters and received his Master's Degree from Dallas Theological Seminary in 2020. He is a huge fan of the movie Hoosiers.SUMMARY:One possession away from the Elite 8 motivates you How to navigate making the Sweet 16 and celebrating the accomplishment Last season's experience and how he and the team represented their faith Emptying your cup The coaching journey Taking pay cuts and viewing life in the larger scope The decision to join the Baylor program Coaching through the pastor lenze The point when faith became his own Wisdom concerning raising daughters Viewing Hoosiers over 1000 times! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Worst In The Industry
Ep - 29 Televangelism Part II

Worst In The Industry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 61:59


Antisemites and religious kooks and African warlords, oh my! This continuation of our last episode brings to us the stories of Oral Roberts and Pat Robertson (no relation besides being shitbirds) as well as some of the finer details of Televangelism in the modern day.

Solving Basketball
Episode #38 - Paul Mills, Oral Roberts

Solving Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 53:09


Paul Mills, head coach of Oral Roberts, joins the podcast for episode 38. We discussed last season's March Madness run, the details of ORU's spread pick and roll offense, grading post-game film, the intentional foul strategy used in the 2nd round win over Florida, and more. Solving Basketball is now presented by Hudl! Link to the presentation mentioned in the intro: https://vimeo.com/286301686 For more information on Solving Basketball and Jordan Sperber, follow on Twitter @hoopvision68.

BSN CSU Rams Podcast
DNVR Rams Podcast: Oral Roberts, Max Abmas to provide tough challenge in exciting opener for CSU Men's Hoops

BSN CSU Rams Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 20:15


Justin Michael dives into Monday's news that Colorado State will open up the 2021-22 season against Oral Roberts on November 9. Throughout the podcast Justin talks about why it's important for CSU to build its NCAA Tournament resume early, why he's so excited to see Max Abmas play in Moby Arena, and more!

On the Revival Road
God's General: Oral Roberts

On the Revival Road

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 30:23


Today, Evangelist Chance Walters continues the Summer Series on The Fathers of the Faith. This week He highlights the Life of Oral Roberts: The Miracle of See-Faith. We hope you enjoy the program!

D1.t in Five
Evening Standard - Friday, July 30, 2021

D1.t in Five

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 5:26


Here are the most important things you need to know in and around college athletics, in 5 minutes or less, for Friday, July 30, including the NCAA's special Constitutional Convention, a new AD at Oral Roberts, an extension for SIU-Edwardsville AD Tim Hall and more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more news and updates from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at https://www.d1ticker.com/.

The Gottesdienst Crowd
[Gottesblog] Libido Numerandi — Larry Beane

The Gottesdienst Crowd

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 11:47


Libido Numerandi In his masterpiece The City of God, St. Augustine uses the term libido dominandi, which might be translated as “the lust for domination.” It is Augustine's term for fallen man's inclination to lord over others, to play God by seeking to control other people. There is a variation of this libido that seeks power and the praise of men by an appeal to numbers: libido numerandi. Even animals turn to this form of self-aggrandizement in making themselves look big - often as a defense mechanism to frighten away predators, or as an appeal to a potential mate. But especially among fallen men, there is a determination to dominate others by an assertion of self-promotion: be it physical size, strength, influence, wealth, or the number of people in one's organization. This libido numerandi is everywhere. Companies will routinely boast in their advertisements that they are the world's largest this or that, the biggest such and such a firm in the country, or the Number One seller of widgets in the state. And this libido is all too common in the church. It is the main lust displayed by the Church Growth Movement (CGM), and has become justification for a lot of mischief - even abolishing the Mass and the usual public ceremonies, like the order of the readings, vestments, etc. - all in the name of boosting numbers. Of course, we are called upon to evangelize, but we are also called upon to seek and save even the single lost sheep, and not just make a play for ever larger numbers of people for the sake of numbers itself. In our Lord's parable, the shepherd leaves the ninety-nine on the plain to find one of his flock that isn't even a new “recruit,” but rather a member who has wondered off. This legacy maintenance approach to ministry must seem a strange strategy indeed to the CGM advocate, who would likely rather be leaving one behind to look for ninety-nine new members, not to mention the vault of heaven resounding over a mere net gain of only one member! And this is part of the curse of the Church Growth Movement - people just become numbers, tallies on a spreadsheet, abstract targeted goals in a corporate jargon-filled mission statement. The now (thank God) defunct Ablaze!™ program, that was sold not a program but as a “movement”, created such a dehumanizing secular marketing approach by laying out a numerical goal of a hundred million “critical events” to be racked up (defined as telling people about Jesus, but not defined as actually baptizing someone). It was pure libido numerandi. It downplayed the means of grace, it reduced people and human interactions to the place of tick marks in a database and a number to be reported by the suits at meetings, and completely forgot about the Holy Spirit and the Doctrine of Election. How different than our Lord's Parable of the Sower, in which the seed is cast far and wide in a way that looks foolish to the world, unconcerned with numbers, and not reporting them to a website or to the bureaucrats in the home office. And the sower doesn't research to find out the best place to cast. He doesn't use the techniques of modern agribusiness to bump up the fertility of the soil. He doesn't employ genetic modification to make his seeds more “effective.” He doesn't even use the latest and greatest technology. He just tosses the seed everywhere, seemingly recklessly, and he just leaves the results up to God the Holy Spirit. The sower's job is to be faithful. And that is another thing that the lust for numbers ignores. Which church is more “successful”? Is it Joel Osteen's stadium full of tens of thousands, or is it the little LCMS congregation that uses the liturgy, the hymns, and is normed by the Bible and the Confessions and has maybe a couple dozen people in attendance? Is the metric for success, for a “healthy church” (in CGM lingo) based on the number of people present, or the degree of fidelity to the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ? One rank example of the libido numerandi was when a previous district president said that he hoped my congregation would grow to 900 members in a year. How he came up with that number is a mystery. Maybe it was a subconscious reference to Oral Roberts's 900 foot Jesus. Our building holds a couple hundred. Why would we want to be that large? Why wouldn't it make more sense to have another congregation or two (or more) - providing responsible pastoral care - if there were that many members? And why not focus on the kind of growth that sees our members grow in the maturity of their faith, in their Christian life, in their sanctification, in their knowledge of the Bible and the confessions of the church? In their love for the liturgy and their children's growing up immersed in the means of grace? Why is success seen merely as numerical growth? Another example is when pastors (and not just pastors) get together, one of the first questions is “How big is your church?” Or the really revealing way in which this question is often put: “How many do you worship?” If that isn't not only libido numerandi, but outright idolatry, then nothing is! The object of our worship is the Most Holy Trinity, not the number of people in the pews. There was even a well-known pastor who would get into discussions online about theological matters. You could tell when he was losing the argument, because he would look up his opponent's congregation's statistics (which are, inexplicably, published online) and then berate him if his church had a net loss of members over the past year or over the pastor's tenure at that congregation - as if that had any validity as a theological argument. Well, according to libido numerandi, it makes perfect sense. There is that nasty little libido in all of us to lord over others by an appeal to our own perceived greatness. And in our culture, size matters. It calls to mind when David's census did not go well, and God punished his libido numerandi: “Satan stood against Israel and incited David to number Israel…. But God was displeased with this thing, and He struck Israel…. So the Lord sent a pestilence on Israel, and 70,000 men of Israel fell” (1 Chron 21:1,7, 14). It also calls to mind the account of Gideon's conquest of Midian with only 300 men. God deliberately shrunk Gideon's army so as to conquer their libido numerandi: “The Lord said to Gideon, ‘The people with you are too many for Me to give the Midianites into their hand, lest Israel boast over Me, saying, my own hand has saved me'“ (Jud 7:2). But according to the Word of God, the Spirit blows where He wishes. The Church expands, the Church contracts, and in the long run, the Church will drastically shrink. Jesus Himself said so. There is not a direct relation between faithfulness and size, and to the contrary, when one lives in a hostile culture, there may well even be an inverse relationship. This is not to say that we should strive to make our churches small, or denigrate those whose churches are growing. These things are typically beyond our control. Contrary to the premises of the CGM, numerical growth is often related much more to the secular demographic increase or decrease of a local population than anything we do. And that is also a temptation to the Church Growthers. Many years ago, I received a beg letter from a proposed church plant. In making the pitch, it appealed to the fact that the target subdivision demographic was suburban, well-to-do, and comprised of many young families. The implication is that your money won't go to waste, because there is a better chance of success among people with money and kids. So the older people, the less-fortunate, and other outcasts who are not as likely to be an attractive demographic for investment can just do without evangelism, I suppose. The sower went looking for good soil, and limited his planting there, it seems. Should we assume that God blesses such an approach to evangelism? Bishop Vsevolod Lytkin commented on the monetary inefficiencies of mission work - especially in his milieu of the vast terrain of the Lutheran diaspora in Siberia: Speaking pragmatically, mission work always brings financial losses for the church, but we do not go to collect offerings. We go to proclaim the Word. The worldly considerations and calculations of gains and losses, financial, or in terms of numerical bragging rights, do not enter the picture in evangelism that is done out of love for the lost. If we were to spend a million dollars and not one member joins the congregation, it is not for us to call it a success or a failure. The Word of God does not return empty. “We go to proclaim the Word.” - and to do so faithfully. The rest is up to God. Our boast is not in “how many we worship” or the balance sheet of our latest building project. Our boast is in Christ our Lord. We must strive to replace our lust with love. And true love is not concerned with such details as numbers, personal vainglory, prestige, or impressiveness in the eyes of the world.

Tailgate Talks
Club Red Week 41 *Oral Roberts Kevin Obanor commits to Tech! And our number 1 moments in TTU football*

Tailgate Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 42:00


Live streams on www.twitch.tv/BlankaOG Wednesday Nights 6:30pm central.Any suggestions, topics of discussion or comments on the show please send to tailgatetalkspod@gmail.comSubscribe to the show on YouTube!In the episode we discuss:Club Red:Texas Tech BasketballKevin Obanor from ORU commits to Texas TechTTU FootballEach of our 1st top 5 moments in TTU football1st Least Favorite moment

Game Time with Nick Bahe
July 8 - Segment 10 - Max Abmas Stays At Oral Roberts

Game Time with Nick Bahe

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 16:52


Gary mentions what a big boost it is for the Summit League that Max Abmas is coming back. Also touches on how that effects tickets here in Omaha and asks if there is one player that you bought a ticket to see just 1 player and more!

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Johnny Juzang, Hunter Dickinson, Kofi Cockburn all coming back: Winners, losers from NBA Draft deadline (College Basketball 07/08)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 50:10


College hoops is going to be loaded next season. A lot of big names and really good players decided in the past week to take their names out of the NBA draft pool and head back to school. The most notable among them is UCLA's Johnny Juzang. His pick to play for the Bruins again next season leads the pod, but Norlander and Parrish also touch on nearly 20 other notable decisions from the past few days, including Hunter Dickinson returning to Michigan, Kofi Cockburn returning to college (but transferring?), Marcus Bagley returning to Arizona State, EJ Lidell returning to Ohio State, Ochai Agbaji returning to Kansas, Max Abmas returning to Oral Roberts and many more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ten Thousand Worlds
The Family Altar Audio Devotional - Day 189

Ten Thousand Worlds

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 9:46


The eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous, and his ears are open unto their cry. The face of the Lord is against them that do evil, to cut off the remembrance of them from the earth. The righteous cry, and the Lord heareth, and delivereth them out of all their troubles. The Lord is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit. Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the Lord delivereth him out of them all. (Psalm 34:15-19) 26 And if we will just draw from this conclusion this morning. And that's what we're here for. We've heard the Easter story, over and over, and read it back and forth; and today, on your radio broadcasts, you'll hear different ministers approaching it. But what I thought, for my little group this morning, the Lord has given me, I would approach it from a different standpoint if I could, coming to a place of: Why do we come to these troubles? What makes these things come? Why should a Christian ever be perplexed? Why would not everything, just run perfect for a Christian? But it doesn't, and we know it. 27 And sometimes we have more troubles when we become a Christian than we did when we were sinners. Course, It is written, “Many is the afflictions of the righteous, but God delivereth him from them all.” God promised many afflictions, strange feelings, and strange things that would be beyond our understanding, but it's always done for our good. We just can't understand it, because, if we did, then it would not be a faith to us; we would go with an understanding. But we do it, and we have it, and we believe by faith, His Word, that it's going to work some good thing for us. If we could grasp that today, on this—this morning. If we could grasp that all of our troubles…And there is none of us immune from them. And if we could realize that those things are for our good! 28 It is written, in one of the Scriptures in the Bible, that, “Trials are brought upon us, are more precious to us than gold itself, for it is God giving us these trials.” After we become His property, our confession and our baptism, and our promise to walk in life for Him, then every trial that comes upon us is to perfect us for His glory. It's to bring us to a place where God can make Himself more real to us than He was before the trial come. 29 I want to join in this morning with Job, to say that I've lived long enough to know that's the Truth. I have seen it in my own life, that every time a great situation rises, that I can't get around it, or under it or over it, God makes a way, and comes out glorious. I just wonder how His grace ever does it, but He does it. 30 And remember, in all these things, Satan tries to make us nervous, and upset us, to get us to think, “Oh, why did this happen? Why couldn't I have been like this?” 31 A few days ago when I come out of the most prettiest, and most gorgeous place I ever saw in all my life, it was the great building of our brother, Oral Roberts. When I seen that solid marble, and not a window in it nowhere, but how it was fixed! And I've been in Hollywood and I've been in kings' palaces, and I've been in everywhere that could be, hardly, around the world, and all the swanky, lovely places and home, but I never seen anything, any place, to compare, with it, nowhere at all. How the little aluminum wires weave the—the inside together, and, oh, I have never seen anything so gorgeous in all my life. When I walked through there, and took my hands and rubbed those pole pilasters, and—and the great granite; all in the form of a trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, the—the carvings of it. All those things! I had just come from Brother Tommy Osborn's, and seen his great, mighty work there for the Lord. 60-0417s - "I Know" Rev. William Marrion Branham --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support

Ten Thousand Worlds
The Family Altar Audio Devotional - Day 180

Ten Thousand Worlds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 5:44


O keep my soul, and deliver me: let me not be ashamed; for I put my trust in thee. Let integrity and uprightness preserve me; for I wait on thee. (Psalm 25:20-21) 50 But he got lifted up so much in his heart! Now I want to speak this word to the Full Gospel Business Men. He got so lifted up in his heart, until he thought he could take a minister's place. He tried to become a minister, which he wasn't called to be. And I think that's a many times that where sometimes man in these ranks, and the businessmen's groups, they—they get to a spot that God blesses them in their business, and makes them prosperous, and so forth, till they get to a place till they think they ought to preach the Gospel, also. And that's wrong. That is wrong. You should always let a minister do that preaching, 'cause, as Oral Roberts once said, “It's hard enough to keep the thing clear, by ministers, let alone by men who is not called for that office.” See, you should have men there that knows, and are ordained for the work. 51 This proves it. That, he, we find out that this man, being a great man, a good man, an honorable man, but he took the—the offering, the censer, and went in to the altar of the Lord, to burn incense before the Lord, which is only for a dedicated priest to do so. But he thought, being that God loved him so much, and—and He had been so good to him, that he could go do that, anyhow. And the priest run after him, and said, “You're not ordained to that office. God forbids that anyone should come in there, only a Levite that's dedicated to that service.” You should never do that. 52 And that's the way many times, that, what's, I think has got the world today in such a confusion, that men go out and try to take those places which they're not ordained to do. It gets to a spot to where they—they try to fulfill this office, and they're not called for that place. 53 Now we find out, though a good man, blessed of God; but, if God blesses you, you stay in the category that God has called you in. If it's a housewife, remain a housewife. If it's in a business, remain in that business, reflecting God. And whatever God has called you to, let it be that. Because, He wants you to be a real housewife, to reflect your influence upon another person that would want to be a good housewife. If you're a good businessman, let your life so be that it will reflect Jesus Christ in your business, with honesty and integrity, and with things that really mean something. Because, somebody is watching your life. You're influencing somebody. God has to have a real housewife. God has to have a real teen-age in school. God has to have a—a—a real minister, a real businessman, somebody that will reflect Him. Because, there they see, in you, Christ. No matter what the rest of the world has got to do, that has not one thing to do with you or I. We are responsible to God for our lives, and for our experience with Christ. 63-1130b - "Influence" Rev. William Marrion Branham ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Order your own copy of the Family Altar at http://store.bibleway.org Appreciate what we do? Consider supporting us: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support

Trosky Ranch Complete Player Development
CPD #34 - Lawrence Casian

Trosky Ranch Complete Player Development

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2021 41:52


Larry Casian is a NorthWest area scout with the SF Giants.  He was a 6th round selection of the Minnesota Twins in 1987 and spent 9 years in the big leagues. Larry offers great insight into what scouts are looking for in players!  Larry Casian is a NorthWest area scout with the SF Giants.  He was a 6th round selection of the Minnesota Twins in 1987 and spent 9 years in the big leagues. Larry offers great insight into what scouts are looking for in players! Former Major League Baseball pitcher Larry Casian was hired as an assistant coach in September of 2006. Casian, who spent all or parts of nine seasons pitching in the majors, coaches the pitchers and catchers for the Pilots. During his first season on The Bluff, the Portland pitching staff lowered its team earned run average by nearly two runs. Four UP pitchers (Given Kutz, Josh Roberts, Ari Ronick and Chris Siegfried) were selected in Major League Baseball's draft last June. A pitching coach from 1999-2005 at Corban College in Salem, Ore., Casian took over head coaching duties for the Warriors prior to the 2005 season. A sixth-round draft pick of the Minnesota Twins in 1987, Casian pitched for the Twins, Cleveland Indians, Chicago Cubs, Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox while in the majors. He posted a career record of 11-13 with an earned run average of 4.56 in 240.7 innings. His best year as a pro came as a Twin in 1993 when he went 5-3 with a 3.02 ERA in 54 appearances. That season he was voted Minnesota's Comeback Player of the Year. In the minor leagues, Casian was a AAA All-Star with the Portland Beavers in 1991. In 1988, he was named Minnesota's AA Player of the Year and was named to the AA All-Star team. In three years at Cal State Fullerton, Casian posted a 17-5 record with three saves and a 3.17 ERA. He struck out 195 in 218.2 career innings and pitched 10 complete games. In 1987, he was a Second Team All-American, First Team All-West Region and was named the Pacific Coast Athletic Association's Player of the Year after going 11-1 with a save and a 2.54 ERA. He pitched eight complete games in 14 starts, struck out 118 in 120.2 innings and was 7-0 in league contests. In 1986, Casian hurled a one-hitter against UC Irvine and was a First Team All-PCAA selection. Casian spent his freshman year at Oral Roberts in 1984, posting a 3-1 record with a 3.67 ERA. Larry and his wife Michelle have three children: Kayley (17), Lindsey (14) and Eddy (10). www.troskyranch.com https://troskybaseball.com/ https://coachmongero.com/ Thanks to our sponsors at: https://soldiersports.us/ https://winreality.com Use Code Trosky for one month free https://www.jaegersports.com/ https://qualityatbats.com/

Audio Devocional

«Yo no actúo por medio de un ejército, ni por la fuerza, sino por medio de mi espíritu.» Lo ha dicho el Señor de los ejércitos» (Zacarías 4:6b) Recuerdo la primera vez que fui a una campaña de sanidad con el equipo de la cruzada de Oral Roberts. Yo era estudiante y miembro de la tripulación de vuelos. Tenía unos cuatro años de ser creyente, y sabía muy poco de las cosas de Dios, especialmente de esas campañas. Sin embargo, formaba parte del equipo y estaba deseoso de aprender. Seguí al equipo dentro del enorme auditorio. Estaba lleno de gente enferma. El lugar olía muy mal, lleno de enfermedad. El sólo caminar por allí me produjo escalofríos de temor. Di la vuelta y me dirigí a la puerta lateral tan rápido como pude. Susurrando, le dije al Señor: «Óyeme, yo no pertenezco aquí. Voy a tomar el autobús y me iré a casa ahora mismo. Ellos pueden llevar ese avión de regreso sin mí». Una vez afuera, empecé a hablar en voz alta. Entonces, de repente, me quedé rígido. No podía mover mis pies. Supe que era Dios el que me había detenido porque, en mi interior, yo iba camino a la estación del autobús, pero en el exterior, estaba parado en la acera. Miré hacia arriba y grité: “¡Déjame ir!”. Pero no podía moverme. Estaba desesperado, y exclamé: “¡Por favor, déjame ir! Yo no tengo nada para esa gente”. En ese momento, Dios me habló. Cada célula de mi ser oyó Su voz. Él dijo: “Sé que tú no tienes nada para darles. Pero yo sí, y por eso te bauticé con Mi Espíritu”. De repente, mis pies quedaron sueltos y supe que tenía dos alternativas: una era la vida y la otra era la muerte. Di la vuelta y regresé. Yo estaba listo para salir corriendo. Pero Dios me detuvo. El Señor sabía que Él estaba en mí, y si tan sólo me quedaba y avivaba lo que estaba en mi interior, los milagros sucederían—y así fue. Tú tienes en tu interior ese mismo Dios que obra milagros. Hay personas a tu alrededor que lo necesitan. Por lo tanto, deja de esperar hasta que sientas que posees el poder para hacerlo, y sal de una vez. Cuando lo hagas, descubrirás que el poder que has estado esperando ha estado allí, en tu interior, todo el tiempo, esperando por ti. Lectura bíblica: Éxodo 3:1-14

Flyover Conservatives
The Couple That is Saving America | Flyover Conservatives

Flyover Conservatives

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 62:34


#ClayClark #ThrivetimeShow #FlyoverConservativesWelcome to the Flyover Conservatives podcast with David and Stacy Whited. Breaking down current events and examining culture through the lens of conservative Christian values. Feel led to donate and support the Flyover message? https://www.flyoverconservatives.com/donateGet Flyover Conservatives Merch @https://flyoverconservatives.com/merchTo Stay Connected to Flyover no matter what text code Flyover to 816-579-1144Follow us @Twitter: @davidmwhitedFacebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/flyoverconservativesFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/flyoverconservativesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/flyoverconservatives/Website: https://flyoverconservatives.comALL LINKS: https://sociatap.com/FlyoverConservatives---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Clay and Vanessa Clark are changing this country! They have been prophesied about for over a decade and today they are on the tip of the spear for revival across this country. In this exclusive interview with Flyover Conservatives they share their story of what got them to where they are... so many great lessons for all of us!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Clay's Sitehttps://thrivetimeshow.comVanessa's Bookhttps://amzn.to/3uLS6wNTickets to TampsText Flyover to 918-851-0102Support the show (https://flyoverconservatives.com/donate)

5ive Out
CBB Oral Roberts: Justin Lovvorn

5ive Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 57:23


For today interview, we bring on Justin Lovvorn. Justin is from the Dallas area and he speaks about his Basketball Career. He starts off his journey playing at a private school in the Dallas area. He also played for the Dallas Hoyas for AAU. He speaks about his recruitment process and how that was for himself. After the break, we dive deep in Justin College career. HE starts off at his time at DBU where he redshirt and same some action the following years as a Redshirt Freshmen. Justin then moved on to Hardin Simmons where he played for two years. We spend a good deal of time discuss our similarities at the D3 level. Finally Justin speaks about the move to Oral Roberts and their magical run this March. Be sure to follow Justin on his Social Medias down below: Twitter: @justinlovvorn Instagram: @justinlovvorn Go check us out on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/5ive_out​​​​​​​​​​ Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7E0RoNo...... ​Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sideline.sp... TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sideline_spor...... --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Ten Thousand Worlds
The Family Altar Audio Devotional - Day 160

Ten Thousand Worlds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 7:00


But Thomas, one of the twelve, called Didymus, was not with them when Jesus came. The other disciples therefore said unto him, We have seen the Lord. But he said unto them, Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails, and put my finger into the print of the nails, and thrust my hand into his side, I will not believe. And after eight days again his disciples were within, and Thomas with them: then came Jesus, the doors being shut, and stood in the midst, and said, Peace be unto you. Then saith he to Thomas, reach hither thy finger, and behold my hands; and reach hither thy hand, and thrust it into my side: and be not faithless, but believing. And Thomas answered and said unto him, My Lord and my God. Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed. (John 20:24-29) 35 Watch here, Oral Roberts, a bosom friend of mine, used this Scripture after, I believe he got it from Jeremiah. Jeremiah said, “God is a good God.” And my friend, Oral Roberts, has used that many times, that expression, and that's true. God is a good God. He… Certainly, He is. I want to ask you something. God being a good God, did you notice at the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, Peter was at the grave and some women, and Peter recognized the Lord had raised from the dead. He come right back to the disciples, and he said, “The Lord is risen.” And the rest of them began to praise the Lord, 'cause they knowed He was supposed to raise from the dead. So, don't you remember what he said to us? They began to rejoice, because the Lord had risen. 36 In this group there was two missing, and one of them was called Cleopas and his buddy. And they were on the road to Emmaus, going back home very sad. They never heard the word yet. So as they journeyed on, Jesus appeared with them. And notice, He didn't go to tell them some kind of fantastic, the first thing He went to, was back to the Word, said, “Fools, slow of heart, don't you know the prophets have said, the Word has said, that Christ must suffer to enter into His glory? He begin with the Word. And Christ always begins with the Word, and stays with the Word. And when He made hisself known to them by a sign, not a fantastic, a sign that He did before them here on earth, which made it a Bible sign, they rushed back, and in this midst of people, they found a guy named Thomas. “No, don't believe it. No, don't believe it. I've got to have bloody hands before I believe it.” He was the first Pentecostal. “I've got to have a sign. I've got to have some kind of a feeling, a sensation.” God's a good God. He appeared and said, “Thomas, come here.” Said, “Put your hands here in My side. Do you feel Me? If you want to feel something, here it is Thomas. Feel Me. Touch My hand.” And Thomas said, “Oh, now I believe.” He had to have a feeling. 37 The others didn't have to have a feeling. They had faith. They didn't need a sensation. Thomas had to have some evidence. They needed no evidence. The written Word was written, and they had faith in the written Word. Not special hard, brother, that's what Phoenix needs—faith in the written Word. And He said, “Thomas, now, you've had all the feeling and sensation, and you say you believe.” He's got many children, Thomas has. He said, “Now you believe. How much greater is their reward, who has never seen, or had any sensation, and still believe?” I want to be on that side—the greater reward. 57-0307 - "God Keeps His Word #2" Rev. William Marrion Branham ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Order your own copy of the Family Altar at http://store.bibleway.org Appreciate what we do? Consider supporting us: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support

Greenelines
Something Good Is Going to Happen to You with Richard Roberts (Season 7, Ep 93)

Greenelines

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 26:19


Richard Roberts brings you a message of hope to know something good is going to happen to you each day and to realize the devil is defeated. With our host Dr. Steve Greene, Roberts discusses God's miraculous power of healing, lessons he learned from his father - Oral Roberts - and his new podcast "Expect a Miracle."

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

What up y'all. This week I'm joined by American rock climber Alex Honnold. He is the only person to free climb El Capitan and had a documentary made on it called "Free Solo". We chat about how he got into climbing, what's it like to climb without any equipment and more. Plus, Travis is still having issues dealing with OSU's loss to Oral Roberts

Bet The Board
Sweet 16 and Elite 8 Betting Picks + Eric Musselman rips Todd Fuhrman over March Madness Prediction

Bet The Board

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 73:35


Place your Sweet 16 and Elite 8 bets at Fanduel.com/BetTheBoard and start with a FREE BET up to $1,000 Todd and Payne break down every single Sweet 16 game with crucial on-court matchups, coaching advantages, key metrics + a BEST BET as they look to push their win streak to 8-1. Before the 8 games are dissected, Todd and Payne discuss Arkansas coach Eric Musselman ripping Todd Fuhrman for his comments about Chris Beard being a better X’s and O’s coach. Sweet 16 and Elite 8 coverage includes: ▶️ Eric Musselman rips Todd Fuhrman (1:15) ▶️ Villanova vs Baylor (11:25) ▶️ Oral Roberts vs Arkansas (18:18) ▶️ Oregon State vs Loyola Chicago (24:54) ▶️ Syracuse vs Houston (36:25) ▶️ Creighton vs Gonzaga (45:00) ▶️ Oregon vs USC (48:17) ▶️ Florida State vs Michigan (55:35) ▶️ UCLA vs Alabama (1:02:36) ▶️ BEST BET

Barstool Bench Mob
Episode 38: Syracuse's Buddy Boeheim + Sweet 16 Preview

Barstool Bench Mob

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 59:25


On today's Sweet 16 preview of Barstool Bench Mob, we kick things off with the Saturday slate. 8-seed Loyola-Chicago matches up against 12-seed Oregon State (03:55).  Are the Ramblers the favorite to come out of the region? Next up, Baylor faces Villanova and Rico and Marty think the Bears run away with it and move on to the Elite Eight (09:19). Do the Wildcats have a shot without Collin Gillespie? The winner of that game will meet the winner of Arkansas and the Cinderella of the tournament, Oral Roberts (12:04). The Razorbacks beat the Golden Eagles earlier in the season. So how will the rematch go? Can Max Abmas and Kevin Obanor lead Oral Roberts to an upset? And the final game on Saturday features Houston and Syracuse (19:23). Can Buddy Boeheim stay red-hot and lead the Orange to another upset? Rico thinks the Cougars pose a tough matchup for Boeheim and Co.  Then we welcome the hottest shooter in the country, Syracuse guard Buddy Boeheim to talk about Syracuse's run in the NCAA tournament, life as a coach's son, and how tough his dad's 2-3 zone can be on opponents. Plus - Buddy promises to incorporate a new celebration after a three-pointer. (24:30) We move on to Sunday's slate and kick things off with Gonzaga and Creighton (43:25). The Zags are huge favorites but can Marcus Zegarowski get hot enough to pull off the miracle? The only chalk-matchup of the tournament is in the East Region with 1-seed Michigan and 4-seed Florida State (45:54). Is this the best matchup of the Sweet 16? Do the Seminoles have an answer for Hunter Dickinson?  The Wolverines or Seminoles take on the winner of UCLA vs. Alabama (48:26). Can the Bruins slow down Nate Oats' 3-point-heavy Crimson Tide offense? And the final game of the Sweet 16 is a Pac-12 matchup between Oregon and USC (51:05). How do the Ducks match up with the Mobleys? The Trojans seem to be the consensus pick among the Bench Mob and Rico makes a bold prediction for a potential Gonzaga-USC Elite Eight matchup.  And we wrap things up with an update from the Women's NCAA Tournament which features red-hot UConn led by Paige Bueckers (54:52). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest highlights, scores and news.

Drinkin' Bros Sports
DB College Hoops #17 - West Coast Bias

Drinkin' Bros Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 63:35


Rob Fox and Dan Regester break down the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament including Oral Roberts' three-point barrage, Sister Jean's Catholic magic, the Pac-12 being the best college basketball conference in America, and if Gonzaga can be beaten -- plus gambling picks for the second weekend and which teams left have the best chance to win it all.    Sign up today at MyBookie.ag and use promo code DRINKINBROS to secure a deposit bonus up to $1000! That’s promo code DRINKINBROS to claim your first deposit bonus.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
All Ball - Oral Roberts HC Paul Mills on Helping Rebuild Baylor, Recruiting, Cinderella Sweet 16 Run

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 87:38


In this episode, Doug talks with Oral Roberts Head Coach Paul Mills discusses growing up in Houston as the son of a preacher, how he helped rebuild Baylor after a scandal as an assistant under Baylor's Scott Drew for 14 years, taking over at Oral Roberts and his teams incredible Sweet 16 run as a 15 seed, including taking down Ohio State and Florida. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 4: Coaches' Perspective

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 48:46


Alan, JWill and Bart welcome Oral Roberts head coach Paul Mills to the show who talks about how surprised he is about his teams' performance, how important guard play is for success in the tournament, and how advantageous it is to be able to stay in one location instead of leaving the bubble. Also, Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman weighs in on how they've handled being in the bubble, the talent of Moses Moody, how his time at Nevada prepared him for this job and how anyone can win any game at any time.

Golic and Wingo
Hour 4: Coaches' Perspective

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 48:46


Alan, JWill and Bart welcome Oral Roberts head coach Paul Mills to the show who talks about how surprised he is about his teams’ performance, how important guard play is for success in the tournament, and how advantageous it is to be able to stay in one location instead of leaving the bubble. Also, Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman weighs in on how they’ve handled being in the bubble, the talent of Moses Moody, how his time at Nevada prepared him for this job and how anyone can win any game at any time.

Sports? with Katie Nolan
3MCT: Cereal

Sports? with Katie Nolan

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 132:46


Voicemails of concern pour in for Travis after Ohio State lost to 15-seed Oral Roberts. Then the gang shares middle school horror stories before diving into this weeks bracket: CEREAL! The union is proud of how this one turned out (52:18). And finally: the moment you knew you were getting old. (2:05:00) 

Barstool Bench Mob
Episode 37: What A Weekend. We Have A Sweet 16 - Round 2 Recap

Barstool Bench Mob

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 52:34


On today's Barstool Bench Mob, the first weekend of the 2021 NCAA Tournament is in the books. We have a Sweet 16 to look forward to next weekend. Marty, Jake, and Rico break down all the action from Sunday and Monday's Round of 32 games starting in the West Region (03:53). 2-seed Iowa goes down to 7-seed Oregon to end the season in a disappointing way. Did the Ducks have a rest advantage after not competing in the first round? They'll take on conference foe USC after the Trojans ran 3-seed Kansas out of the gym. At the top of the region, Gonzaga and Creighton breezed through their respective 2nd round games and will meet next weekend. Can Marcus Zegarowski and the Blue Jays do the impossible and take down the Zags? Next up, the South Region (12:39) where Oral Roberts is officially the Cinderella of the 2021 NCAA Tournament. Max Abmas and the Golden Eagles take down Florida and have a rematch with Muss Bus and the Razorbacks. Arkansas edged out Texas Tech sealing Marty's fate as he now has to face his punishment. And with Baylor and Villanova both moving on to the Sweet 16, do the Wildcats without Collin Gillespie have a shot against the Bears?  We move onto the most chaotic region of the tournament, the Midwest Region (22:24), where the 2, 8, 11, and 12 seeds are left. Who is the favorite for the Final Four? Sister Jean makes her return to the Sweet 16. Loyola-Chicago looked like they were the top seed in their dominant win over 1-seed Illinois. The Ramblers take on Oregon State next Saturday after the Beavers take down Cade Cunningham and 4-seed Oklahoma State. And at the bottom of the region, Syracuse does it again. Can Buddy Boeheim lead the Orange to the Elite Eight over 2-seed Houston?  And we wrap things up in the East Region (36:59) where, at the top, 1-seed Michigan outlasted 8-seed LSU. How far can Michigan go without Isaiah Livers? Can Leonard Hamilton lead the Seminoles to the Elite Eight after their big win over Colorado? The rest of the region featured routs as UCLA took care of business against Abilene Christian and Alabama blew out Maryland. How did Texas lose to Abilene Christian? Can Alabama win the whole thing? Rico thinks so.  Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob! And for the latest scores, news, and highlights from the NCAA Tournament, make sure to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @stoolbenchmob.

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
03/22/21 DPS Best Of

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 50:03


On today’s Dan Patrick Show, the guys return from the weekend break to talk about one of the wildest first rounds of the NCAA Tournament in recent memory. Dan talks about how there are some teams, such as Loyola Chicago, that this is not their first go-around with the bright lights as well as some schools such as Oral Roberts who have taken the nation by storm with their shocking play. CBS Sports college basketball analyst Seth Davis joined the show to talk about the first round as well as break down what could be in the cards for Porter Moser as far as moving on from the Ramblers. In the second hour, Loyola Chicago senior center Cameron Krutwig joins DP to talk about his team’s thrilling upset win over Illinois in the round of 32 as well as sing a little Hall and Oates with Fritzy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com
Buckeye Talk Headlines, March 22

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 5:31


Football opens spring practice as men's basketball ends with an upset loss. Ohio state football offence rated 3rd in the nation, defense, not so high. Josh Proctor holds starting safety spot as Ohio State opens spring practice. Huge upset for Ohio state basketball in NCAA, beaten by Oral Roberts, 15th seed. Players to watch this season in Buckeyes football. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Golic and Wingo
Hour 2: Taking Things Too Far

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 47:26


Alan Hahn, Bart Scott, and Jay Williams talk about Ohio State’s E.J. Lidell receiving threatening messages on social media following the Buckeyes’ loss to Oral Roberts. Plus, ESPN NFL Reporter Kimberley A. Martin joins the show to talk about the Bears QB status and what they could do after not being able to trade for Russell Wilson. Also, ESPN NFL Insider Adrian Wojnarowski joins to share updates LeBron’s and LaMelo Ball’s injuries and how this will impact their teams.  

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 2: Taking Things Too Far

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 47:26


Alan Hahn, Bart Scott, and Jay Williams talk about Ohio State's E.J. Lidell receiving threatening messages on social media following the Buckeyes' loss to Oral Roberts. Plus, ESPN NFL Reporter Kimberley A. Martin joins the show to talk about the Bears QB status and what they could do after not being able to trade for Russell Wilson. Also, ESPN NFL Insider Adrian Wojnarowski joins to share updates LeBron's and LaMelo Ball's injuries and how this will impact their teams.  

The Power Trip
Ice Cool Hawkey - The Power Trip [FULL SHOW]

The Power Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 129:35


Hawk has a terrible start in Cor vs. 4, the weekend's NCAA Tournament results are recapped with big victories from Oral Roberts and the Beavers of Oregon State being the highlights, and Ben Leber talks about the latest Vikings moves, what to expect in the near future and he goes In The Box!

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
March Madness recap: With one day to go until the Sweet 16 is decided, the NCAA Tournament is off to a historic, upset-riddled start (College Basketball 03/22)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 55:49


Here were Sunday's upsets: No. 15 Oral Roberts beat No. 7 Florida to become the second 15 in history to make the Sweet 16. No. 12 Oregon State upset No. 4 Oklahoma State to reach its first Sweet 16 since 1982. No. 11 Syracuse upset No. 3 West Virginia, improving the program's record to 9-2 in the tournament as a double-digit seed, the best win percentage in history. No. 8 Loyola Chicago upset No. 1 Illinois in the first game of the day. Beyond that: Baylor and Villanova took care of business, Arkansas reached its first Sweet 16 since 1996 and Houston ripped away a win from Rutgers in devastating fashion. GP and Norlander touch on all of that, and preview Monday's eight games, right now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – March 21, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2021 188:02


Slippy Joe Biden, busted brackets, Deshaun Watson up to 22 accusers, Andrew Cuomo's dork moves equals 9 accusers, Bhad Bhabie v. Dr. Phil, Name That Guilty Pleasure Tune, and Drew sees famous people.March Madness MUAHAHAHAHAHA: Sister Jean and Loyola Chicago "outprayed" The Fighting Illini, Ohio State blows it, Drew's Hokies lose, MSU sucks, Virginia gets bounced, Jesus defeats Texas and Oregon barely edges VCU... with COVID.Police were looking for a shooter, but found a stabbing at a hotel near the podcast at the Baymont Inn. The story has us looking through hotel reviews.OSU's EJ Liddell has been receiving death threats for losing to Oral Roberts.Tiger Woods didn't even try to brake during his car accident. He was SO CRASHED before he crashed.A whole bunch of woman have jumped on the Deshaun Watson assault train. Some people think it's all a giant conspiracy to keep Watson in Houston. Thankfully legal expert OJ Simpson weighs in on the case.The NCAA women's weight room was under some serious scrutiny, but complaining on social media got the job done.Joe Biden fell up the stairs and it generated many great memes.Drew declares 2021 the 'Year of Piling On'.Teen Vogue employees got their editor fired for her past tweets, but unfortunately forgot to erase their own past tweets.Andrew Cuomo now has nine accusers. Tom Reed wants Cuomo to resign but it turns out he's a creep too.The border is quickly becoming a huge mess.COVID is over, baby! SWAT teams had to take the unruly and scantily clad spring breakers down.Sandra Oh wants everybody to stop being racist towards Asians.Bill de Blasio tried to get ahead of Cuomo in the popularity contest... but it backfires spectacularly.Kylie Jenner (net worth $700,000,000) wants you to pay for her make up artist's medical bills of $120,000.Bella Thorne is engaged. Everyone is wondering what this will do to her OnlyFans account. Hopefully her music career carries her.Bhad Bhabie is calling out Dr. Phil and Turn About Ranch for abuse. Clock is ticking, Phil.Spotify's guilty pleasure list is not a list of guilty pleasure songs, but leads to a battle of Name That Tune between BranDon & Drew.Dave Navarro's documentary, Mourning Son, is about the murder of his mother.Drew thinks every famous person in the world (Flea, Sidney Lumet, etc...) is in the audience of Paul McCartney and Ringo. They weren't.Flea, Kevin Sorbo, David Lee Roth or Rob Thomas? You decide.The listener made "Drew and Mike Show Drop Bracket" is into the championship.Demi Lovato is "California sober".Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Barstool Bench Mob
Episode 36: Double Digit Winners, Big Ten Struggles, + Pac-12 Dominance - Round 1 Recap

Barstool Bench Mob

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2021 37:29


On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, Rico, Marty, and Jake recap a wild first round of the NCAA Tournament. We start in the West Region where Virginia officially ended it's courtship with Rico losing to 13-seed Ohio. Creighton barely escaped an upset bid from UCSB. How far can the Blue Jays go? And unfortunately we have our first COVID-related no-contest allowing Oregon to move on after VCU was forced to bow out. (02:31) Onto the South Region where Ohio State was stunned by Oral Roberts and North Texas topped Purdue further confirming Marty's Big Ten take. Plus - the bet has been set. A second round matchup between Arkansas and Texas Tech will determine whether Marty will take a difficult math test or Rico will be read the Berenstain Bears 47 times. (10:50) Moving to the Midwest Region - three double digit seeds advance to the round of 32. 12 seed Oregon State beat down Tennessee to continue their late-season run. But are they really a threat to Cade Cunningham and Oklahoma State? And we have an intra-state matchup between 1-seed Illinois and 8-seed Loyola-Chicago. On the bottom of the region, Jake's Orange dominated San Diego State setting up an old-school Big East battle with West Virginia. Plus - does Rutgers have a chance against Houston? (21:57) And finally to the East Region where Alabama has a very clear path to the Elite Eight after 3 double-digit seeds advanced to Monday. UConn disappointed against Maryland, UCLA took down BYU and Abilene-Christian shocked Texas. (28:44) Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob.

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com
Emergency Pod: Ohio State basketball loses to Oral Roberts in the NCAA Tournament

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2021 55:47


This is all basketball. If you don't care about Ohio State basketball, don't listen. Unless you just are generally a fan of Doug ranting, because there is a lot of that.Stephen Means, Doug Lesmerises and Nathan Baird break down No. 2 seed Ohio State's overtime loss to No. 15 seed Oral Roberts in the NCAA Tournament on Friday. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
03/19/2021 - Hour 1 - Cinderella Has Revived College Basketball Again + Actor/Comedian Lil' Rel

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2021 42:41


FOX Sports Radio weekend host Bernie Fratto is in for Chris, and he and Rob react to 15-seed Oral Roberts' upset victory over 2-seed Ohio State and discuss why such a big upset on Day One of the NCAA Tournament has helped re-ignite public interest in an otherwise boring college basketball season, and tell us why LeBron James is embarrassing himself by openly campaigning for another MVP award. Plus, actor/comedian Lil' Rel swings by discuss how he's bringing Trash Talkin' Tuesday to a new level and tell us why he believes Illinois can win the NCAA Tournament this year. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com
Your official Buckeye Talk 2021 Ohio State quarterback competition primer

Buckeye Talk: Ohio State podcast by cleveland.com

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2021 99:54


Ohio State spring drills begin Friday, so in a twist on Buckeye Future Fridays, we are talking about the present OSU quarterback competition. We also talk about the past and the backgrounds Jack Miller, C.J. Stroud and Kyle McCord brought to this moment. What prepared each of these players to potentially be the starting successor to Justin Fields?Also up top, a closer look at Ohio State basketball's first-round NCAA Tournament opponent, Oral Roberts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Barstool Bench Mob
Episode 33: Championship Week Update + Big East Tournament Breakdown with Fox Sports' John Fanta

Barstool Bench Mob

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 79:18


***We are just days away from Selection Sunday and you don't want to miss any college hoops action. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest highlights, scores and news around the country.*** On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, the boys break down Championship Week so far starting in the ACC. Can Marty will the Blue Devils into the NCAA Tournament (03:20)? Is Syracuse on the right side of the bubble after beating NC State (13:56)? We then hit on the other early conference results before discussing regular season awards. Marty is not a fan of sharing the Big East awarding three Players of the Year (25:27).  The Bench Mob is then joined by Fox Sports analyst John Fanta to deep dive on the Big East tournament (33:21). John picks a Rothsteinism for Rico and breaks down Thursday's quarterfinals matchups. Does UConn have what it takes to make another deep run in March? And what other conference is John buying heading into Selection Sunday? To watch all of our Bench Mob interviews in full, subscribe to our YouTube page:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFVXM3LvER8xVZuJ5OGgZg/featured To wrap things up, Jake drops some nuggets on the teams who already punched their tickets to the big dance (01:01:43). Rico isn't thrilled about Drexel's parade. The country's leading scorer is from Oral Roberts and his name does not sound how it's spelled. Could Cleveland State be a problem in the first round? The Bo$co-Effect torpedoes Bryant as they fall in the NEC to Mt. St. Mary's. And finally the Zags are heading into the NCAA Tournament without a loss. Is that a bad omen for the WCC Champs?