The guys are back with a loaded pod to get you ready for an intriguing Week 7 slate. They have all of their usual over/unders and picks. Plus, SEC Insider John Talty talked coaches on the move and when Texas/Oklahoma could come to the SEC. Adam Stockton joined the pod to discuss his 6-0 Kentucky prediction. The guys close out with an announcement for Sunday, as well.
Brady and Kegan recap OU's amazing comeback win against Texas. And of course we talked about the QB situation and how awesome Kennedy Brooks is. Shoutout to our sponsor Anytime Fitness Uptown OKC! Go check out their Facebook! www.facebook.com/anytimefitnessuptownokc.com If you want more OU content go check out our Patreon page. We have writing, more podcasts and film reviews with Kegan. www.patreon.com/throughthekeyhole Don't forget to follow us on social media! www.facebook.com/KeyholePod www.twitter.com/KeyholePod
Somehow, we are still alive after Saturday's OU-Texas for the ages. In this episode, we break down the key moments, major players and all the madness that occurred at the Cotton Bowl. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/schoonerpod/message
We get final word on the status of Game 4 and Charlie reacts. Kicker troubles in Packers-Bengals and odd numerology for the Lions. It was a great college football Saturday in the state of Texas and we hear the deciding plays from the OU-Texas thriller and the Aggies upset over Alabama.
Gabe Ikard and Teddy Lehman recap an epic OU-Texas (3:30). In the “National College Football Roundup,” they recap the other big games in Week 6 of college football including Penn State-Iowa and Arkansas-Ole Miss (1:15:44). Gabe and Teddy give their “Winners/Losers of the Weekend :” OU fans, Jon Gruden, Arizona Cardinals & Alabama (1:29:56).
It was one of the craziest days of football the OU-Texas rivalry has ever seen. There were huge swings of emotion brought on by big plays, big mistakes and big QB changes. Caleb Williams replaced Spencer Rattler at QB and helped lead the Sooners to victory. The defense was terrible and then awesome. It's difficult to wrap our heads around everything we saw today in Dallas. But we're trying to do just that. Carey and Eddie start things off but we're soon joined by Josh as well. What do we think Lincoln Riley will do moving forward? We know what he should do. But this is a sensitive situation. What a win though. It's like the season just got a massive reboot and we're here for it. It's the Eskridge Lexus Postgame podcast.
On today's episode of the Locked On Sooners Podcast, John Williams, Managing Editor of the Sooners Wire, gives you a final look at Saturday's Red River Showdown between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas Longhorns. What Oklahoma needs to do on offense and defense to win the game and 5 bold predictions ahead of OU-Texas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's a huge weekend of early season matchups for superiority in the NFL. The main event, the Chiefs and the Bills. Buffalo, with a win, would go to 4-1 and be the odds on favorite to get the only bye in the AFC. The Chiefs have other plans. We break it down. So does Lee Sterling of www.paramountsports.com who gives you his pick against the spread along with other huge AFC games. Also, will Mizzou bounce back after last week's mess, OU/Texas and Iowa/Penn State. It's all here.
Blatant Homerism Podcast host Allen Kenney is joined by Bomani Jones for their annual Oklahoma-Texas show. Bomani gives the inside scoop on his new show, "Game Theory," which is coming to HBO in 2022. They also discuss OU and Texas leaving the Big 12 for the SEC, Bomani's early assessment of new Longhorns coach Steve Sarkisian, and the Sooners' lack of pizzazz this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the opening take, Lee plays some sound from Alex Grinch and talks about how mad he was after the Kansas State game. Then Grant joins to talk briefly about his terrible food takes before getting more serious about Grinch and the defensive woes (5:40). Is Bijan Robinson the entire Texas offense? How much should we take from the Texas-Arkansas game? How did Sark decide on Hudson Card as the opening day starter over Casey Thompson (23:00)? After looking really good against Arkansas, Rice, and Texas Tech, Casey Thompson had mixed results against TCU. What is the blueprint for OU's defense against the Texas offense (32:00)? Texas has more RBs than just Bijan Robinson. A Texas starter on the O-Line is out for the year, plus we wrap up OU's defense vs the Texas offense (40:45). This Texas defense has a lot of similarities to the defense OU just saw. Texas is not very good against the run and at times the Horns invite teams to run the ball (50:30). Which Spencer Rattler will show up at the Cotton Bowl (59:45)? The guys provide their final thoughts predicitions for OU-Texas (1:04:10). We hit on Justin Harrington reportedly entering the Transfer Portal, and would you want to see Bookie back on the team this year (1:14:10)? We take a look at the Big 12. WVU is at Baylor and TCU travels to Texas Tech. Grant thinks TCU may be bad (1:18:00). Grant's been red hot making picks recently. 9-1 in his last 10. Let's see if he can stay hot this week as the guys pick Michigan State-Rutgers/Arkansas-Ole Miss/Georgia-Auburn/Penn State-Iowa/Michigan-Nebraska (1:23:10). Finally, Grant has a weird feeling that there could be a massive upset this week in college football (1:43:00). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Fozzy Whittaker joins Gabe Ikard and Teddy Lehman to preview OU-Texas (43:24). We give a few thoughts on Texas' offense and defense (2:30). In the “National College Football Roundup,” we preview some of the best games in Week 6: Penn State-Iowa, Arkansas-Ole Miss & Georgia-Auburn (1:06:31). The guys “Wet the Beak” with Sunday's matchup between the Cleveland Browns and LA Chargers (1:21:58). Gabe and Teddy give their “Winners/Losers of the Week:” Jaylon Smith, Max McCaffrey, Josh Giddey & Gerrit Cole (1:30:30).
Craig, Pat, and Mark preview OU/Texas and they give their reaction to Alex Grinch criticizing some of his players for not believing in practice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's that time again: OU-Texas. Join us as we talk everything you need to know before Red River - from the key matchups, to the best wax cup beer lines. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/schoonerpod/message
Brady and Ryan talk about the Kansas State game and how ready we all are for the OU-Texas game. Shoutout to our new sponsor Anytime Fitness Uptown OKC Get more information about them from their Facebook: www.facebook.com/anytimefitnessuptownokc.com Go and subscribe to our Patreon page for more OU writing, podcasts and film reviews with Kegan Reneau. www.patreon.com/throughthekeyhole Don't forget to follow our Facebook and Twitter www.facebook.com/KeyholePod www.twitter.com/KeyholePod
8-20-21 The Program opens the show talking about what they are looking for the second Chiefs preseason game, about how good Kyler Murray is and what OU/Texas should expect in the SEC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the opening take, Lee thinks the national media will give OU the benefit of the doubt right now -- but that's not going to last long. Then Grant joins to talk about how he's way more excited for football than he was last season. Also Lee talks about going to OU practice Tuesday morning, and is it just us or has OU's social media been putting out way more videos than usual (4:05)? It looks like some guys are much bigger and the Sooners decided to put a very large person in No. 44 this year (13:15). Bill Bedenbaugh talks Andrew Raym -- and he might be really, really good. Plus, Bedenbaugh couldn't be more pleased with where is O-Line group is through 4 days of fall camp (16:35). Grant has a story about the 2008 OU football team being a National Championship contender that makes him think of the current team (25:50). More news and notes from the offensive line. Who's playing where (34:30)? Theo Wease, Jadon Haselwood, and Austin Stogner are all healthy and good to go (36:20). Grant liked what Marvin Mims had to say on Media Day about the depth of pass catchers on OU. Grant says the ceiling of this offense is absurd (40:15). Mike Woods is expected to be an immediate impact player (43:30). Alex Grinch's Media Day press conference was kind of boring, but he did say one thing that caught our attention. Get ready for a long talk about the "unique depth" on the Sooners' D-Line (45:40). Grant predicted when OU/Texas would officially announce they were heading to the SEC. And we begin with a listener question about OU's first opponent Tulane, and when the Sooners will "change the narrative" that they're not good enough for the SEC (53:55)? Another listener wants to know if OU fans will ever chant "SEC!" (1:01:10)? Another listener wants to know if the SEC will do Divisions or "Pods" when OU and Texas join? Grant wants A&M to be in the same pod as OU and Texas, but Lee understands why they may mix those teams up (1:05:55). At the end Lee mentions a recent story about "pausing" CFP expansion and Grant gets on his soap box about games being scheduled 20 years in the future (1:15:30). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Dan and Johnny give their thoughts on OU and Texas heading off the SEC and what it means for the Big 12. The boys also touch on what could happen for the remaining Power 5 Conferences and who could be getting schools in their leagues.
Spencer explains why, from a football perspective, Oklahoma and Texas are making a mistake going to the SEC. In today's bonus content, he gives a litany of thoughts as to why the Westbrook trade to the Lakers doesn't change his view of LA's championship hopes very much.EA Sports Producer Chad Walker joins the show to talk about the monumental implications of the OU/Texas move to the SEC, and what seems to be the final chapter in the Aaron Rodgers/Packers drama.
BamaOnLine.com recruiting analyst Hank South joins Travis Reier to hit on a number of Alabama recruiting-related topics. Topics include: * Hank's thoughts on OU/Texas-to-the-SEC from recruiting perspective. * Commitment watch for upcoming weekend centers on offensive lineman. * Perspective on Shawn Murphy and Kobe Prentice verbals. * Champions Cookout preview. The Built By BamaOnLine Podcast is now on Apple Podcasts as well as Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. Please subscribe, and leave us a rating and a review! Contact Travis Reier by personal message or on Twitter (@travisreier). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the 152nd ever episode we discuss Jim Sterk stepping down as the Mizzou athletic director and look at the best and worst moments of his tenure. We also break down the new football uniforms and recap the newest developments in the SEC expansion saga. Enjoy!
TSN Hockey Analyst Dave Poulin joins the show again to talk Blackhawks and their big move to acquire Seth Jones as well as a a whole bunch of news around the NHL world. From there we talk a wide range of topics in Buy or Sell including MLB Trade Deadline, OU/Texas moving to the SEC, the Olympics and more! Subscribe, rate, review on iTunes, send in your mailbags and we'll see you next week!
In the opening take, Lee says whenever Oklahoma joins the SEC the Sooners will be entering a new conference feeling like underdogs. Then Grant joins to briefly talk about our recent trip out West, before getting into what you all care about and that's the OU/Texas to the SEC news. Were we shocked? How did we find out? What are our initial thoughts on this news (7:30)? Grant is confident that OU and Texas will be playing in the SEC in 2022 (19:20). Grant says this has been one of the most entertainig sports stories of his lifetime and he's fired up that OU can potentially maximize its program in the SEC. We explain why this move is great for OU and we look back a little bit to when Texas A&M and Missouri jumped to the SEC (23:20). Sure, OU is gonna make more money in the SEC, but where does that money go? Grant has some ideas (34:40). More players from the SEC get drafted than any other conference. Lee looks back at how OU stacks up to the rest of the SEC in drafted players over the last 4 years. You think OU will recruit better and get more players drafted playing in the SEC (38:00)? Does Grant agree with Lee's opening take about OU entering the SEC feeling like underdogs? What is the national media saying about OU and Texas joining the SEC? Can OU continue offensive success in the SEC, and can they figure out defense in the SEC (44:00)? More on the national media's thoughts on this story. Grant says he's heard a lot of lazy takes (52:20). Jimbo Fisher and Eli Drinkwitz had comments about OU and Texas last week at SEC Media Days (59:35). Let's all pile on Dennis Dodd for his stupid comments at SEC Media Days, and Grant briefly mentions a puzzling Stew Mandel column. Plus if OU/Texas move to the SEC by 2022, does that signal that the Playoff will be expanded sooner than we think (1:03:00)? Grant goes over some potential downsides to OU/Texas moving to the SEC. Lee doesn't really see any downsides and he's excited to see OU finally play new teams (1:13:15). Going to the Facebook page for a listener comment/question about OU to the SEC. Is OU/Texas to the SEC a good move for college football overall? What's the next step for the Big 12 (1:26:00)? | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
BOL old heads Tim Watts and Travis Reier welcome Late Kick host Josh Pate to the podcast. Join the guys as they run through a myriad of topics, including: * Looking at Nick Saban's next team at UA, the one big thing and under the radar thing to consider. * Reviewing the departure of Scott Cochran for Georgia. * Has the UA brand reached a point where comments like "Alabama value" even matter where recruiting is concerned? * Would you rather the SEC add Florida State and Clemson or Duke and North Carolina? * Assigning OU/Texas-to-the-SEC winner and loser tags to the following: -- Lincoln Riley. -- Steve Sarkisian. -- Nick Saban. -- Jimbo Fisher. -- Nate Oats. The BamaOnLine Podcast is on Apple Podcasts as well as Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. Please subscribe, and leave us a rating and a review! Contact Travis Reier by personal message or on Twitter (@travisreier). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Noah starts off the show by talking about the latest in the OU-Texas move to the SEC and what that does for college athletics as a whole. He then turns towards the issues that have been shown with Team USA and whether or not they can rebound in Tokyo. He then switches gears and talks about the latest in the Trevor Bauer story and the sexual assault allegations he is facing. To wrap up the show, he talks about the NFL and their stance on vaccinations, as well as the fact that the league has come out harder against unvaccinated players than they have against Deshaun Watson with his lawsuits from multiple different women. If you enjoyed this episode, follow us and subscribe to the show: you can find us on iTunes or on any app that carries podcasts as well as on YouTube. Please remember to subscribe and give us a nice review. That way you will always be among the first to get the latest GSMC Sports Podcasts. We would like to thank our Sponsor: GSMC Podcast Network Advertise with US: https://gsmcpodcast.com/advertise-with-us Website: https://gsmcpodcast.com/gsmc-sports-podcast-1 Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gsmc-sports-podcast/id1117155026 GSMC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXQXFJ2uu0Q&list=PLF8Qial15ufpFvOLqB6gbuBUSzMfCm6U1"list=PLF8 Qial15ufpFvOLqB6gbuBUSzMfCm6U1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/GSMC_Sports Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gsmcsports/ Disclaimer: The views expressed on the GSMC Sports Podcast are for entertainment purposes only. Reproduction, copying, or redistribution of The GSMC Sports Podcast without the express written consent of Golden State Media Concepts LLC is prohibited.
On this episode of Down & Out, Dom and Evan discuss the Aaron Rodgers drama seemingly coming to an end as the MVP makes his way to Green Bay for training camp. Then a dive into Texas and Oklahoma leaving the Big 12 for the SEC and what this means for college athletics moving forward. Dom recaps the Olympics, Evan gives us the details from his weekend long "Goodbye Montana Tour." And then they both fan-boy yet again over Shohei Ohtani as the MVP race seems to revolve around him. As always be sure to go follow us on Twitter @DownNOutPodcast and interact with the guys about what you want to hear on the show because as always, we're a podcast made by the people, for the people! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/downnout/support
Welcome back! We appreciate you waiting while we got some equipment for the podcast, but the wait is finally over, and we are back every week for good. As you all know we got an OU and Texas size bomb dropped on us the last few days. Well we decided we would take a DEEP dive into the last 5 days, as well as map out potential options for the remaining 8 teams, and try to answer your questions and concerns. Open - 1:10:00 we layout the timeline for the OU/Texas news, how all of it came down, reactions from key players, and how wenavigated the news as it came. 1:10:00 - 2:10:00 we dive into what is next for the conference, what are our options, and what your time realistically might do and should expect. 2:10:00 - Close we finish up answering as many of your questions and concerns as we can! We hope we did all this justice, answered any questions you may of had, and you go away better informed. Thank you so much for listening and see you next week as we kickoff season previews!
Rick Stroud and Steve Versnick set up a key homestand for the Rays then Darek Sharp joins in to discuss the major college football shakeup, and give an update on USF football entering Jeff Scott's second year as Head Coach. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
EMERGENCY PODCAST! Sooners Joining SEC and Leaving Big 12?| Recruiting ramifications| Time for OU fans to SEC, SEC, SEC!? | It just means more, Pawl! | Why did A&M leak it and what's the latest on it all, including the timeline for the move? OUinsider.com Sooners beat writers and analysts Brandon Drumm, Collin Thune, and Parker Thune got together for an EMERGENCY OUinsider Under the Visor Sooners Podcast because the news was leaked by Houston Chronicle's Brent Zwerneman. The OUiinsider trio talks about what is to come for OU and Texas as the two blue bloods seemingly try and break free from the Big 12 Conference. Here is the Under the Visor Sooners Podcast topic breakdown with timestamps: 00:00 - Intro where Brandon introduces what's to come on the podcast and talks with Collin and Parker about the initial shock of the news telling the world that OU and Texas are working to be accepted into the SEC and leaving the Big 12. All three have some very intriguing takes on how they reacted and what they heard from the jump on the situation. 06:00 - The reactions from other Big 12 programs and how the OUinsider analysts feel about the move after the initial shock. 13:00 - The original Big 12 and the Big 12 South was lethal and were the SEC West before the SEC West became what it is today. Programs like OU, OKstate, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and Baylor made that division just lethal from 2000 to 2010. 17:00 - Texas A&M leaked the news to preserve their "identity" as the lone SEC program in this region or state of Texas. That has backed fired a bit and the other SEC programs are still wanting to add OU and Texas from all reports and sources the OUinsdier staff talks to. All that said, what does this do to A&M and how much does this hinder their program with the two schools that they struggled the most with while in the Big12 potentially joining the SEC? 24:00 - Continued talk about how/why A&M has the biggest issue with OU and Texas coming into the SEC. Will history repeat itself or does Jimbo Fisher have the Aggie program at a much better place heading into the inevitable situation of OU/Texas joining the SEC and A&M having to share that title in this region now of being the deepest league in the CFB? 34:00 - Why Arkansas has a lot to gain with recruiting territories they once had a strong footprint in being there for the Hogs again, with OKPreps and TXHFB becoming a place where Arkansas can recruit heavily again. Both states now in the SEC make for a bigger footprint if you're the Hogs and they could take over the second program in the state of Oklahoma on the recruiting trail. 38:00 - Why Collin and Brandon feel A&M can thrive with OU and Texas in the SEC. Fisher has A&M recruiting nationally and the analysts explain why that's big with what's to come for A&M. 43:00 - Why OU is pushing hard to get on an SEC schedule sooner rather than later. The analysts discuss how bad the Big 12 conference schedule has been and why it's hurt Oklahoma's bottom line and why 55:00 - Is OU the second or third best team in the SEC already? 57:00 - How the SEC logo automatically changes the national narrative of Oklahoma and why the staff feels the Sooners will be a good fit in the SEC. 1:00:00 - Can OU/TX be playing an SEC schedule by 2022 or 2023? LISTENERS!!! 50% OFF Conference Realignment Special!!! JUST $53 GETS YOU ONE YEAR OF OUinsider.com VIP ACCESS, ALONG WITH EVERY 247Sports site!!! Deal lasts until August 4th! If not one year/annual subs, $1 for the FIRST MONTH and then $9.95 A MONTH!!! JOIN ThOUSANDS OF SOONERS FANS ON OUINSIDER VIP!!! HURRY!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Late Kick Live Ep. 158 features Josh Pate discussing the bombshell news that Oklahoma and Texas could be in the advanced stages of seeking inclusion into the SEC. Texas A&M is understandably upset though it appears there is little the Aggies can do to stop things at this point. Where will this leave the Big 12 and what will happen across College Football as other conferences look to respond? Also Josh takes a look at the Week 6 schedule and explains why October 9th will be the biggest Saturday in College Football this season, and we'll also serve up some of the biggest questions surrounding the quarterback position as we enter fall camp. Follow Josh on Twitter: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on Instagram: @LateKickJosh Have a question for Josh? Email the show! Follow or Subscribe to The Late Kick with Josh Pate on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe to the 247Sports YouTube Channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back BCLRT listeners! After a short hiatus episode 59 is here for your listening-entertainment pleasure. Here's what to expect on this weeks episode: New Orleans trip recap, New Orleans culture/food/music, OU-Texas making the move to the SEC, Aaron Rodgers drama and uncertainty continues, iPhone vs Android, and concluding the podcast with a brief local food discussion. Check us out on Spotify and iTunes!
Follow @JTIMESPORTS on Twitter and Instagram for breaking news and updates. Also, subscribe and rate on iTunes and Spotify to the podcast. In this week's episode, I will discussNBA Finals and News (00:47)NFL News (24:05)OU-Texas to SEC (44:47)Best for Last: Olympics (58:39)
LIKE and SUBSCRIBE! SEC Media Days is surely ending with a bang. Join David Waters as he wraps up coverage from SEC Media Days. Florida head coach Dan Mullen likes where his team is headed into fall camp and reports surface of Oklahoma's and Texas' interest in joining the conference. JOIN Gators Breakdown Plus: https://gatorsbreakdown.supportingcast.fm/ Get Gators Breakdown merch: https://gatorsbreakdownmerch.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rumors are swirling that Texas and Oklahoma could be leaving the Big 12 and heading to the SEC. In this episode, the College Football Bros examine those rumors and discuss the pros and cons both from the OU/Texas perspective, as well as the SEC perspective. After that, they discuss the dominoes that could fall after this potential move. What would the remaining schools in the Big 12 do? Are we headed for four 16-team super-conferences?