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Lubbock Roosevelt coach Matt Landers, instant reaction to Matt Wells' firing, overreacting to the football weekend, new DCTF/AP rankings and more
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A 3-3 Temple team moves into the second half of its season Saturday night at USF, and John DiCarlo, Sam Cohn and Dante Collinelli bring you everything you'll need to know to prepare for the game. And this week's mailbag features plenty of questions about the Owls' struggling offensive line and the American Athletic Conference's six newest additions - Charlotte, Florida Atlantic, North Texas, Rice, UAB and UTSA.
Welcome back to The MinnMax Show podcast! On this week's show, Ben Hanson, Kyle Hilliard, Janet Garcia, and Jeff Marchiafava recap all of the big DC news from over the weekend and talk about the Court of Owls in Gotham Knights before unpacking the new game from the creator of Deadly Premonition. Then Sarah Podzorski joins us to celebrate a gigantic update coming to Animal Crossing: New Horizons. We also answer a ton of great community questions! Help MinnMax reach its goal on Patreon by supporting us on our 2nd anniversary, $2 for 2 years! https://www.patreon.com/minnmax We're giving away The Deepest Dive on Final Fantasy VII Remake for free in the feed of our music podcast CrossFade! https://apple.co/3kWBb5K Watch and share the video version right here - https://youtu.be/D6n4f40OuDw Here's who's on the podcast today! Ben Hanson - https://twitter.com/yozetty Kyle Hilliard - https://twitter.com/kylemhilliard Jeff Marchiafava - https://twitter.com/gijeffm Leo Vader - https://twitter.com/leovader Janet Garcia - https://twitter.com/gameonysus Sarah Podzorski - https://twitter.com/sarahpodz Help support MinnMax's supporters! https://bit.ly/fixturegaming https://www.iam8bit.com Fatal X Blade on YouTube - https://bit.ly/3jTfl4C Synced Up Podcast - https://bit.ly/3032oih To jump to a particular discussion, check out the timestamps below... 00:00:00 - Intro 00:01:58 - Community Kickoff 00:06:23 - DC Fandome Recap 00:09:37 - Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League 00:12:59 - Gotham Knights 00:18:01 - The Good Life 00:23:45 - Unsighted 00:34:38 - Assassin's Creed Discovery Tour: Viking Age 00:41:33 - The Outer Wilds DLC 00:44:06 - Animal Crossing: New Horizons' big update 00:58:28 - Thanking MinnMax's biggest supporters 01:00:47 - Thanking iam8bit 01:01:50 - Community questions 01:06:19 - Our Game of the Year picks so far 01:09:38 - More community questions 01:34:47 - Get A Load Of This JeffM's GALOT - https://shop.asmodee.com/ticket-to-ride-5-play-pink-do7264 Sarah's GALOT - https://www.polygon.com/22726403/twisted-wonderland-disney-plus-anime-adaptation-mobile-game Hanson's GALOT - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/my-ely-story/id1543638163 Janet's GALOT - https://www.vox.com/the-goods/22734620/fictional-influencers-fourfront-fake-tiktokers Community GALOT - https://www.cnet.com/news/this-lord-of-the-rings-app-is-the-only-thing-getting-me-to-exercise/ Follow us on Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/minnmaxshow Subscribe to our YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/minnmax Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/minnmax Buy MinnMax merch here - https://minnmax.com/merch Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/minnmaxshow Follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/minnmaxshow Go behind the scenes on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/minnmaxshow Join the Thank You Crew over on Patreon to add your name to this list! https://www.patreon.com/minnmax Synced Up Podcast Timmy Tie Oh No Fixture Gaming Fixture S1 Iam8bit Zachary Pligge Ludwig Roque Bryan with a Y Andrew vala BeatenDownBrian PrettyGoodPrinting.com Jawarhello mark seliga John Higby Mirko Arico-Torreno Conner McCabe Drew Waranis Dan Villone Steve Bamdad Purebrednumber6 Clemens Zobel Ted Ryser Starkiller Spider_Dan SpiralInYourEyes Preetham Yarlagadda GeneralNadine99
Week 9 TXHSFB predictions, TCU's key to beating West Virginia, which Texas high school football games to stream this weekend, and more
Gaming hosts Josh and Paul are back with another incredible This Week in Gaming. In this titillating tale of new releases and upcoming ones, we chat Hearthstone Mercenaries, BF 2042's Hazard Zone and the upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Gotham Knights: Court of Owls game reveals. It's all the gaming news you want… or that we talk about in this episode at least. Thanks to our LEGENDARY supporters: TFolls, AceofShame, Jake, RangerMiller, and Ad Thanks to Razer for sponsoring the show. Use code: Multiplayer at checkout for your free gift! Connect with the show: Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/multiplayerpodcast Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/Dsx2rgEEbz Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/multiplayerpod/ Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/MultiplayerPod Subscribe to us on YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCU12YOMnAQwqFZEdfXv9c3Q Visit us on the web: multiplayerpodcast.com/
Do you love raptors? Have you ever wanted to work directly with raptors? Do you know what is involved with rehabbing raptors? Well if you want answers to these questions listen to this week's episode (just press play above!) with Kaitlyn Bohnet theo-founder and executive director of North Sky Raptor Sanctuary. We did a live show near the shores of Lake Michigan to celebrate this 100th episode of BeProvided Conservation Radio!! Below you will find photos of the event along with photographs of Vega, the red-tailed hawk and Sprocket, the northern saw-whet owl. Do you love raptors? Have you ever wanted to work directly with raptors? Do you know what is involved with rehabbing raptors?Well, if you want answers to these questions, listen to this week's episode with Kaitlyn Bohnet: Executive Director and Co-founder of North Sky Raptor Sanctuary. We did a live show near the shores of Lake Michigan to celebrate this 100th episode with North Sky Raptor Sanctuary and my family and close friends. Enjoy the show and thank you for listening!
Temple assistant basketball coach Jimmy Fenerty joined The Scoop, OwlScoop.com's weekly podcast, to discuss how the Owls have improved over the offseason, what the team's identity is and more. The OwlScoop.com staff also discussed Temple's loss to Cincinnati, where the Owls are at the halfway mark of the season and what needs to be done for the program to compete against The American's best. Plus, as always the staff answered questions from the mailbag.
Natalie & Drew unearth ancient Danzig lore, and explain how owls fly. Also: What are owls? Who is Danzig? Why does he hate wigs? What happens when you show your boobs on a podcast? And why does THIS guy have a raven as a pet?Also owl facts.Subscribing helps us keep making GBU and gives you access to the 113 episodes you’ve never heard as well as our Discord chat room. Join us!• natalie & drew This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.garbagebrainuniversity.com/subscribe
Aural death omens that are believed to be harbingers of doom across cultures around the globe. Tune into some of the sounds of death on this episode of Unpleasant Dreams. That is, if you dare. Cassandra Harold is your host. EM Hilker is our principal writer and researcher with additional writing by Cassandra Harold. Jim Harold is our Executive Producer. Unpleasant Dreams is a production of Jim Harold Media. PODCAST TRANSCRIPT There's something of the foreboding in an unexpected sound piercing an otherwise placid stillness; perhaps it's an eerie hoot borne through the evening hush, or the lull of the afternoon suddenly shaken by a grandfather clock chiming loudly off-time. It might be a mysterious whistling where there ought not be anyone to whistle, or a heavy knocking from an empty doorway. It chills the blood and brings to mind strange, dark suspicions of things to come. Aural death omens. Those sounds that herald the approach of death. Common across cultures all over the world, generations of people have heard them and known, deep down, that they signal an ending. Sometimes it's the cry of an animal; sometimes it's the full brassy ring of a bell or the chime of an old broken clock, or an inexplicable knocking or a strange, ghostly figure. Aural death omens can often take the form of an animal messenger. Perhaps one of the most interesting living aural death omens was made famous in Edgar Allen Poe's short story The Tell-Tale Heart: “He was still sitting up in the bed listening; –just as I have done, night after night, hearkening to the death watches in the wall.” The “death watches” being referred to were, of course, the deathwatch beetle, a woodboring beetle that makes a peculiar tap-tap-tap sound from within the walls of the home or building they've infested. As author Laura Martisiute suggests, the beetles' tap-tap-tapping became associated with the long sleepless vigils held by the bedsides of the dying, during which the sounds of the beetle would persist throughout the otherwise quiet night. Over time, people came to believe that the tap-tap-tap was forecasting death rather than simply accompanying it, and they came to dread it… during the long, silent nights. Birds, the natural predator of beetles, are also a common source of aural death omens. Owls in particular are generally seen as magical birds for both good and ill across many countries and cultures. And as such, they are also commonly considered death-signalling birds across vast geographical expanses. The Hottentot in Southern Africa believe that the hooting of an owl predicts death, as do a number of Native American tribes, and people in Mexico and India. A relative to the owl, the tawny frogmouth, also has a cry that portends death throughout Asia and Australia. FIND THE REST OF THE TRANSCRIPT & SOURCES HERE
The Gents are back to talk about SmackDown happenings with Seth & Edge, CM Punk, The Draft and more. Enjoy! Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/insidetheropes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We have an audio clip from new Temple Athletic Director Arthur Johnson's press conference, a recap of the Owls' Homecoming win over Memphis, a preview of Friday night's nationally-televised game at No. 5 Cincinnati and answers to your mailbag questions in this week's episode of The Scoop, OwlScoop.com's podcast.
Kevin Negandhi and Joey Galloway make their Week 6 picks, including Iowa-Penn State, Boise State-BYU, Kentucky-LSU and Notre Dame-Virginia Tech. Plus, Joey forces Kevin into picking his Owls against Cincinnati. Later, Ryan McGee Empties the Notebook on Kentucky and the game of the weekend: UConn-UMass.
Chris and Chandler talk Marion County's bout with Tyner as Region 3-2A starts to thin out the heard, Silverdale heading out to Knox Webb in search of a region title, Red Bank and East Hamilton's check up games, and Bears and Owls tango as Bradley Central heads to Ooltewah. All of that and more on this episode of SETN Preps. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/setn-preps/support
When Jonathan Slaght's Owls of the Eastern Ice came out last year, it was met with high praise. Slaght's search for the enigmatic Blakiston's Fish-Owl is a part of natural history, part adventure, and part character study set in a part of the world that very few of us know at all, except, perhaps, as the place many of our rare birds come from. It is out now in paperback, and Slaght joins host Nate Swick to talk about owls, writing, and conservation work in the Russian Far East. Also, Nate considers the official extinction of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker. Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts, and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We appreciate it!
Chad Brendel and David Simone put a cap on the Notre Dame win, starting with why the ND media, fans and even Brian Kelly felt compelled to discredit the UC win and why it was a terrible narrative. From there we take a final look at the game, who excelled and how this team moves forward after winning the Indiana State Championship. The talk then turns to Friday night in Nippert Stadium as AAC play starts with Temple. What the Owls do well and if they will be able to challenge a Cincinnati team looking to steamroll through conference play. The over/under on the Simone Family Tailgate, final game thoughts and some talk about UC basketball follows before we do what we do best and talk about food with Walt's Hitching Post in Ft Wright and Bread Bar in Walnut Hills featured. All that and more this week on the Holy Grail BCJ Pod.
In episode 111 of GT247's Tigers in 20, host and lead writer Christian Fowler and GoTigers247 digital content creator Kenny Stubblefield break down Memphis' frustrating loss to Temple over the weekend. Ryan Silverfield and the Tigers came into the first conference matchup as heavy favorites, but they fell flat against the Owls. Memphis went to Philadelphia and laid a dud one week after handing a win to UTSA. So, the question becomes: What's wrong with this team after a 3-0 start and a win over Mississippi State? Unfortunately, there isn't a simple answer. Throughout this episode, Fowler and Stubblefield diagnose the biggest issues on the Memphis football team. Over the last two weeks, there have been some very questionable coaching decisions and poor execution from the players in key moments. It's unfair to put all the blame on Silverfield and the coaching staff, but they have certainly played a role in the last two losses. With seven games left to go this season, this team has to find an identity, and they also need more creativity from offensive coordinator Kevin Johns and defensive coordinator Mike MacIntyre. If some of the big issues aren't fixed, then this could be a VERY ugly season for the Tigers. There's too much talent on this team for a disappointing season, so something needs to be figured out very soon. Before the episode wraps up, Fowler and Stubblefield also briefly discuss Memphis basketball's pro day and tease upcoming content. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Taking a look at four of the top recruits in Texas high school fooball, chatting with Flower Mound TE Caden Jensen a memeber of DCTF's Top 100 list and more!
Ashley Pickle and Mallory Heartly navigate through the college football weekend, talk with the Hall of Famer Craig Way, announce the TXHSFB Coaches of the Week & more!
Lizzie Borden took an axe Gave her mother 40 whacks When she saw what she had done She gave her father 41...or did she? We are featured on @Stitcher's second annual True Crime Week. You can listen to our show and all the other True Crime Week podcasts on the Stitcher app or at stitcher.com/discover #StitcherTrueCrimeWeek Sponsors: Raycon: 20% off Daily Harvest Enter promo code OWLS for $25 off your first box. Athena Club www.athenaclub.com promo code owls for 20% off
Its October; that means its time to learn about the traditional animals of Halloween! And why you should NOT fear them! This week its all about the owls! These beautiful birds have been innocent victims of the stupid ignorance of man-kind and has gone from being the sidekick of one of the most badass Goddesses of all time to a freaky looking old lady with a beak. In our season 2 opener we take a weird look in to the folklore of owls and how they went from being known as wise, amazing creatures of good luck to becoming the omen of DEATH via hoots! Hopefully after listening you'll gain a new appreciation for owls and no longer be afraid of them. And if you are so inclined you can even bring owls to your backyard with a barn owl nest box!https://www.thespruce.com/barn-owl-boxes-nesting-owls-386640 Here are the scientific names from today!Little Owl: Athene noctua Great Grey Owl: Strix nebulos Barred Owl: Strix varia Tawny Owl: Strix aluco Instagram @wafpodcasttiktok @wafpodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org**NEW FACEBOOK PAGE**Facebook: "Weird Animal Facts: Explicit"Support the show (https://www.ko-fi.com/wafpodcast)
Crawford coach Greg Jacobs, overreacting to the football weekend, new TXHSFB rankings, and more ——— Teams mentioned: Crawford Pirates, Katy Tigers, Spring Westfield Mustangs, Melissa Cardinals, Texas A&M Aggies, Houston Cougars, Boys Ranch Roughriders
The September 2021 Tier List is here! The toon of the month is Riddler! Special thank you to TheDarkKnight54 for our tier list art as always! Watch with video: https://youtu.be/vsxLbwEoU_A Audio Only: https://linktr.ee/WROLBroadcast End Game Tier List: New Community Voted Tier List: Vote on the community tier list by going to the Redditverse Discord! https://discord.gg/uGV4wXss Keep in mind these are the opinions of several Owls who regularly place in the top spots of Siege and PvP in all modes regularly. We base characters on their performance against top tier teams at max level. In some cases, depending on your gear levels, play style, and rank; certain characters may perform much better for you. Most of our scores are weighted heavily towards Siege play in the very top rankings. How the categories break out: S-Tier: More exclusive then before, the best of the best. Fit into almost any comp and is pretty much a roster requirement to compete in the highest levels of the game. A-Tier: Very solid characters. Characters that are either versatile or extremely good at their job and you will never regret gearing them. In this list are your counter characters and just all around great toons. B-Tier: These are "good" characters but sometimes need a team built around them or they compliment a specific team. There is often a superior option to them, but they are still pretty good depending on the situation. C-Tier: These characters are more situational. They also can be pretty "meh" characters most of the time, but can excel in a specific comp. Most probably need a rework to shine. T-Tier: This is your trash tier characters that desperately need a rework. F-tier! Toon of the Month: If you notice the glow around a character, he/she is the Siege toon of the month! This is a character that was extra special for the month and deserved some special recognition. _____________________________________________________________________________ Resources: DCL Discord: https://discord.gg/AVFsHBTT New Player Guide: https://youtu.be/70ed36-sVPk Hatemael's Legendary Order Guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uDmcPgUQUfbyjhKb1bBGFEqmVsN_thqf-5VyHPpvJI8/edit?usp=sharing The Court of Owls Master Tier List Spreadsheet version: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-13VDLLLG4SlzpbbV24LrQrXkxf6x9hnAzqZbmHYBQc/edit?usp=sharing Abcuts' amazing website: https://dcltoolkit.com/ Contact us: WROLBroadcast@gmail.com Twitter- WROLBroadcast _______________________________________________________________________________ Attribution: https://freesound.org/s/371517/ Synthetic Church Choir by Timbre https://freesound.org/s/352531/ Epic_Heroic_Orchestral_Dramatic.mp3 by SoundFlakes https://freesound.org/s/423499/ Dream (Epic Retro Synth Music).wav by bigmanjoe https://freesound.org/s/426669/ https://freesound.org/s/250164/ by Kwahmah_02 https://freesound.org/s/391828/ by zagi2 https://freesound.org/s/27451/ by acclivity https://freesound.org/s/96541/ by tim.kahn https://freesound.org/s/61322/ by mansardian https://freesound.org/s/437332/ by FullMetalJedi https://freesound.org/s/405564/ by Timbre https://freesound.org/s/218372/ by copyc4t
John DiCarlo, Kyle Gauss and Dante Collinelli wrap up conversation about Temple's 41-7 win over Wagner, preview the Owls' American Athletic Conference opener and Homecoming game against Memphis set for a noon kickoff Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field, and answer mailbag questions about possible AAC expansion and more. And we also have a clip of our interview with former Temple head coach Al Golden, who is set to be inducted into Temple's Athletics Hall of Fame Friday night and honored at halftime of Saturday's game.
John, Bryan and Larry discuss last week's heartbreaking loss to UTSA and how the crowd (or lack thereof) was disappointing. Then we look ahead to Memphis' trip to Philadelphia. We are joined by Sam Cohn from OwlScoop & the Philadelphia Inquirer to learn more about the Owls.
Cory Hogue talks small college football, what TXHSFB games to stream this weekend, is TCU's defense broken, and more ——— Teams Mentioned: Baylor Bears, Houston Cougars, Rice Owls, SMU Mustangs, Texas Longhorns, Texas A&M Aggies, Texas Tech Red Raiders, UTSA Roadrunners, UTEP Miners, Sam Houston Bearkats, Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks, Midwestern State Mustangs, Texas A&M-Commerce Lions, Katy Mayde Creek Rams, Katy Cinco Ranch Cougars, Argyle Eagles, Melissa Cardinals
Keeping its talons tightly gripped on a branch, a Barred Owlet will sometimes lie down on its stomach, turn its head to the side, and fall asleep. A young owl doesn't fall out of the tree while it snoozes, because its back toe, the hallux, holds onto the branch. The hallux will not open or let go until the bird straightens its leg. Learn more at BirdNote.org.
Texas A&M-Commerce AD Tim McMurray on the Lions' move to Division I, plus This Week in Recruiting with Greg Powers of Next Level Athlete ——— Teams Mentioned: Texas A&M-Commerce Lions, TCU Horned Frogs, USC Trojans, Dripping Springs Tigers, Rockwall-Heath Hawks, Port Arthur Memorial Titans, Newton Eagles
Mr. Mike Kinsella is on the damn podcast today. The man behind bands like American Football, Owen, Cap' N' Jazz and Owls agreed to let me punish him for an hour and I was happy to oblige. We discuss the unexpected rise of American Football, being resilient and of course, midwest emo. In all honesty, I was thrilled to have this conversation because his music has been highly influential in my life. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Craig Way talks Texas high school football, UTEP might go bowling, and more ——— Teams mentioned: Austin Westlake Chaparrals, Baylor Bears, Houston Cougars, Rice Owls, SMU Mustangs, TCU Horned Frogs, Texas Longhorns, Texas A&M Aggies, Texas State Bobcats, Texas Tech Red Raiders, UTSA Roadrunners, UTEP Miners, Spring Lions, Spring Westfield Mustangs, Katy Tigers, Katy Tompkins Falcons, Tolar Rattlers, Crawford Pirates
TXHSFB cuts the brakes, Sinton coach Mike Troutman, new DCTF/AP rankings and more ——— Teams mentioned: Rockwall Yellowjackets, Rockwall-Heath Hawks, Sundown Roughnecks, Farwell Steers, Floresville Tigers, Orangefield Bobcats, Gladewater Bears, Iola Bulldogs, Santa Anna Mountaineers, Houston Second Baptist Eagles, Channelview Falcons, Sinton Pirates, El Campo Ricebirds, McAllen Bulldogs, Big Spring Steers, Azle Hornets, Lockhart Longhorns, Bonham Purple Warriors, Corrigan-Camden Bulldogs, UTEP Miners, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Texas A&M Aggies, Baylor Bears, Texas Longhorns
John DiCarlo, Sam Cohn and Dante Collinelli dissect Temple's 28-3 loss to Boston College, preview the Owls' upcoming game against FCS opponent Wagner, and ponder this question: can Temple get this 2021 football season turned around after a 1-2 start? Plus, we have some updates on Temple's search for a new athletic director and answers to your mailbag questions.
What TXHSFB Games to Stream This Weekend, TXHSFB Week 5 Predictions, College Football Burning Questions & more!
This Week in 'Crootin, Recruiting Analyst Guy Frazier, & Parker University's Game-Winning Decision of the Week
A week after the ground game faltered against the Arkansas Razorbacks, the Texas Longhorns got their ground game going in spades against the Rice Owls, setting records in the process. Texas had five running backs get significant carries, four of which scored a touchdown and three of them breaking off runs longer than 60 yards. All of that led to a school-record 7.4 yards per carry for the Longhorns in the lopsided win over the Owls. That led to quarterback Casey Thompson looking solidly in command of the offense, completing 15 of his 18 attempts for 164 yards, two scores and an interception. The defense played for pride late, managing to keep a clean sheet in spite of Rice amassing 31 percent of their total offensive yardage on the final play of the game. The Longhorns did exactly what they needed to defensively in the game, leaned on the Owls early and often - and even ended the game with a sack by freshman DJ Harris. How can Texas translate this success to the kick-off of conference play? Connect with the show on Twitter and Facebook. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Texas wrapped up the non-conference slate on a positive note when the Longhorns manhandled Rice, 58-0, last weekend. With the first three games in the rear-view mirror, Texas will not shift its focus to the Big 12 schedule, which could be a tough road for the Longhorns starting this weekend when Texas Tech heads to Austin for an 11 a.m. kickoff. On the early week edition of The Flagship Podcast, Horns247 columnist Chip Brown and managing editor Taylor Estes dive in to the first Big 12 game of the year for Steve Sarkisian and his staff against the Red Raiders. The Flagship discusses some of the key comments from Sarkisian to start the week as his team looks to continue on the winning path when they host Texas Tech this weekend. The Flagship weighs in on the first-year head coach announcing QB Casey Thompson will once again start for Texas Saturday, while the playing time for Hudson Card is up in the air and is not a guarantee. With Thompson and the offense coming off of the monster performance against the Owls, Chip and Taylor give their take on what to expect from that side of the ball down the stretch of conference action. The Flagship also delivers an early preview of the Red Raiders, particularly on offense with Texas Tech fielding a more balanced group that has the talent to gash opponents on the ground and in the passing game. The Texas defense will be tasked with a difficult challenge in facing Texas Tech QB Tyler Shough — who averaged 270.67 passing yards per game for the Red Raiders in non-conference — and why Saturday's game will be the first true test for the Texas secondary in going up against the Tech offense. After a short break, The Flagship returns with our 'Love it or Leave it' segment, with this week's topics touching on what, if anything, we learned about Texas from the Rice game, level of concern for Joshua Moore's limited production through the last two games and how close Saturday's game between Texas and Texas Tech could be based off how the two teams have played one another in the past. Get your week started off right with the latest episode of The Flagship Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices