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Henry and Jordan jump on to talk about the roster news that has already come out, including the cuts of players from last year's team like Porter Gustin, Jojo Natson, and Sheldrick Redwine. Then, they talk about who they think will be kept and who will be cut to get down to the 53-man roster. Finally, they talk about positions where the Browns might bring in help from other teams. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jeff Lloyd and Pete Smith take you through day 5 of Training camp in Berea. Harrison Bryant is catching everything thrown his way thus far, and use his size very well. Donovan Peoples-Jones getting run while Landry and Odell rest. Porter Gustin stringing together good reps and days. The safties and the cornerbacks have been sticky in coverage which should have Joe Woods beaming. Listener questions and more #Browns #BakerMayfield #KareemHunt #OdellBeckham #MylesGarrett #DenzelWard #GrantDelpit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeff Lloyd is joined by Pete Smith to talk the Browns first two practices of training camp thus far. JC Tretter out is an issue, Nick Harris is getting valuable reps in the meantime. The offense is operating a very good pace thus far and getting a lot of mixing and matching of players on the depth chart. Odell and Jarvis look healthy. Kevin Johnson and Porter Gustin are shwoing out well thus far. #Browns #BakerMayfield #NickChubb #OdellBeckham #MylesGarrett #DenzelWard #GrantDelpit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeff Lloyd gives you the latest Cleveland Browns new. Mostly a quiet day but the Browns did sign Linebacker BJ Goodson, there's been some promise but not a ton of it to this point in his career. Again, the Browns beliefs don't seem high on the LB position. We run a new draft simulator based on the recent moves, and it becomes very heavy on the defensive side of the ball. Listener questions on Porter Gustin, who I think still has a fit here, with a new DL coach who specializes in pass rush. Also how the rest of the off-season seems to be defense oriented going forward. #BakerMayfield #NickChubb #OdellBeckham #MylesGarrett #BJGoodson #DenzelWard Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Boys sit down with Porter Gustin of the Cleveland Browns. They discuss his work ethic, the high school to college recruiting process, his time at USC, and his perseverance to overcome injuries and make it to the NFL. All this and much more.
Jeff Lloyd and John Kosko talk player grades from Sunday's Victory over the Bengals. Sheldrick Redwine is making a case for a larger role in 2020. Tackling well, and his coverage assignments have improved. Sheldon Richardson is stepping up big time in the absence of others. Porter Gustin may be a guy who is showing he's worthy of a shot in '20 as well. Kendall Lamm finally healthy got his shot yesterday and showed well, should get more time. Teller continues to impress. #Browns #SheldonRichardson #NickChubb #JoeSchobert #JarvisLandry Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's not the Cleveland Browns if there isn't some drama going on. That's been the case for the Browns this week. On Sunday the team made safety Damarious Randal a healthy scratch. On Tuesday, the team released veteran defensive end Chris Smith, despite being thin along the defensive line. What's going on with the Browns? On this edition of the Cover 2 podcast Nate Ulrich tries to explain it to Dan Kadar. This week they also talk about the embarrassing loss to the Steelers and how it rates compared to some of the team's other bad beats in 2019. They also talk about Randall's future with the Browns after the season, why Porter Gustin is intriguing, if the Browns are guilty to playing down to the competition and preview Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Welcome to The Browns Wire Podcast, hosted by Josh Keatley (@JoshKeatley16). Adam Moore (moore2102) joins to discuss the upcoming game, Porter Gustin shirtless and Kevin Johnson's brief Browns Legacy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeff Lloyd and Pete Smith give your post game report. Baker and the O were hot early and often. Jarvis Landry, monster day. Odell and Kareem Huint get their first TD's in First Energy. Nick Chubb just show up week in, week out with a solid performance, especially as a receiver. Sheldon Richardson set the tone early. Joe Schobert carried it all game long for a D that was peace mealed. Good to see newcomers Bryan Cox Jr and Porter Gustin get tastes of Browns life. On to Pittsburgh and all that entails. #Browns #BakerMayfield #NickChubb #JarvisLandry #OdellBeckham #KareemHunt #SheldonRichardson #JoeSchobert Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
USC football's spring camp is over. It was a spring of change. New offensive system. New roles for several coaches. New emphases on discipline and turnovers. And as always, some new players stepping in -- a couple making immediate impacts. But already there has been change since the Trojans' camp came to a close as well. Just days after USC finished its allotted 15 practices, redshirt junior quarterback Matt Fink announced his intentions to enter the transfer portal. Keely Eure and Shotgun Spratling return with the latest edition of the Family Feud Podcast to discuss the totality of the Trojans' spring camp, including the standouts, what we heard on the sidelines and from the coaches and the chances that Fink will find a new home during the summer or if he might be back in cardinal and gold in the fall. The USCfootball.com duo start the show with a discussion about Fink's situation and looking ahead at this weekend's NFL draft, discussing where some of the Trojans could hear their names called. That includes trying to figure out what exactly a failed drug test with a doctor's excuse could mean for outside linebacker Porter Gustin. Once they get into the Stock Up/Stock Down segment, Keely rattles off a laundry list of players that she thought stood out in a positive manner this spring. Atop her choices are a pair of defensive linemen -- Jay Tufele and Drake Jackson -- that look like they could be elite playmakers in the backfield. Shotgun's Stock Up list starts with new offensive coordinator Graham Harrell and the impact he's had over the five weeks of practice. His list is shorter and includes some of Keely's choices but for some different reasons. On the flip side, both feudsters have concerns on the defensive side of the ball in the back seven. The future of the starting cornerbacks is questioned in Keely's Stock Down as no one has yet separated himself from the pack. Clancy Pendergast's decision to move several linebackers to different positions is also a concern that the duo have after not getting much clarity in the final couple of practices. In the 'Heard it on the Sidelines' segment, the USCfootball.com pair dissect Clay Helton's extremely positive comments about the offense's ability to run the football and whether that is/can be a strength for the team. They also look at the intensity infusion that Johnny Nansen and Chad Kauha'aha'a have combined to give the defense and what some of the players have been saying to their teammates during practices. Should fans be positive coming out of spring? It seems like a preposterous thing to say for USC fans after a 5-7 season, but Keely and Shotgun discuss why it should be considered in the 'Agree/Disagree' portion of the show. The Family Feud Podcast also answers listener-submitted questions about how the team should be marketed following that 5-7 season and why JT Daniels seems to have so many haters. We are looking to feature your question on an upcoming episode. Send your Stock Up/Stock Down contenders for us to debate, provide us with an Agree/Disagree statement or a question you want us to answer. To potentially be featured on the show, email us at email@example.com. Subscribe with iTunes or Google Play and never miss an episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on Tunnel Vision our crew of Ryan Abraham, Keely Eure and Shotgun Spratling preview tomorrow's NFL Draft including where we think former USC players will end up. We also kick off our off-season coverage and look forward to the summer workouts and player-run practices that will help prepare the team for fall camp. We also discuss Porter Gustin failing a drug test at the NFL Combine and the 247Sports report on USC recruiting at a high level but failing to develop that talent. This is the audio version of our Tunnel Vision show that goes LIVE weekly on YouTube, Facebook and Periscope. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
USC returned to Southern California licking its wounds this week after taking a beating, 41-28, at the hands of the Utah Utes on Saturday. It will try to bounce back this week. The Trojans put their unblemished home record under Clay Helton on the line against the Herm Edwards-led Arizona State Sun Devils. Like the Trojans, Shotgun Spratling and Keely Eure try to bounce back as well. They are coming off of a loss also, having dropped last week's episode of the Family Feud Podcast to illness. Keely was unable to go and her absence was too much to overcome for the dueling dream team. Similarly, the Trojans defense was unable to overcome the absences of linebacker captains Porter Gustin, who suffered a season-ending injury in the Colorado game, and Cameron Smith, who tried to play through knee and hamstring issues, but ultimately managed to be on the field for eight defensive snaps. USC gave up 41 points, but Keely and Shotgun argue that the blame can't be laid at the feet of the defense. That falls to an offense that struggled to move the chains, beginning the drive with seven three-play drives. The Trojans began the game 0 for 10 on third down conversions. They jumped out to a 14-0 lead, but for the second time this season, they gave up 34 consecutive points. The Trojans only managed to make the score respectable thanks to the play of the special teams and defense, scoring seven points and setting up a pair of drives to start inside the 20-yard line. Special teams makes the Stock Up list for the first time this season and is joined by Jay Tufele, who produced perhaps the highlight of the season thus far with a scoop-and-score big man touchdown. Michael Pittman Jr. is also featured in the segment after a beast mode second consecutive 100+ yard receiving effort to go along with a punt block. While Pittman has excelled, Shotgun points out how the JT Daniels-to-Amon-Ra St. Brown connection has fizzled recently as teams have tried to take away the middle of the field. Also in Stock Down is the morale of the fan base as most have turned on the current coaching staff. But nothing is as low as the Trojans' run game currently after another bad night trying to pick up yards on the group. That leads Shotgun to go on a rant about the offensive line play that includes what head coach Clay Helton had to say about correcting issues and what offensive line coach Neil Callaway said about success and failures this season. In the 'Heard it on the Sidelines' segment, Keely and Shotgun have observations from the game and this week's practices, including a little bit more fire from some players and staff than has been seen recently. Keely then tries to pin down agreements or disagreements from Shotgun about the state of the program, USC's future opponents, choice of game times and who will stand out on the offensive side of the ball for the Trojans this weekend. But Shotgun turns the tables with an Agree/Disagree of his own. They conclude the podcast answering your questions, discussing USC's choice to not huddle, Gustin's legacy as a Trojan and the potential differences with Jack Sears in the lineup, if Daniels does not clear concussion protocol before Saturday's 12:30 p.m. matchup at the Coliseum. The Family Feud Podcast is looking to feature your question on an upcoming episode. Send your Stock Up/Stock Down contenders for us debate or provide us with an Agree/Disagree statement you want us to answer. To potentially be featured on the show, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe with iTunes or Google Play and never miss an episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
IntroPatriots Fan BEERGATE v.s. Tyreek HillWhy is Vontaze Burfict still in the league after his most egregious hit against the Steelers? Pete goes on a high deep dive of what Burfict has been doing.Seahawks Owner Paul Allean diedFirst black NFL player died but we forgot to mention it.Dallas Cowboyas Jerry Jones, “No number one receivers in years.” Terrence Williams gets 3 game suspensionNfl concussion interventions College football newsBubba Bolden leaves USC after 28-month ban following party incident. https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/2799830-ex-usc-s-bubba-bolden-withdraws-after-getting-28-month-ban-for-party-incident.amp.html?%24deeplink_path=article%2Fbleacherreport.com%2Farticles%2F2799830-ex-usc-s-bubba-bolden-withdraws-after-getting-28-month-ban-for-party-incident&%24fallback_url=https%3A%2F%2Fsyndication.bleacherreport.com%2Famp%2F2799830-ex-usc-s-bubba-bolden-withdraws-after-getting-28-month-ban-for-party-incident.amp.html&_branch_match_id=475180848556964439Senior pass rusher Porter Gustin fractures ankle. Career is over. Top 25 upsets & Surprises.Nick Bosa announces he'll withdraw from Ohio State to focus on rehabbing injury & focusing on the 2019 NFL Draft. Potential impact.Raekwon Davis punches the shit out of a Missouri player.Take or TangentDevonta Freeman & Ted Ginn go on IR.Raiders fined $20,000 for injury report violationNfl is worried about the chargersAdam Theilen: MVP candidate of benefit of Kirk Cousins preference?Ri Ri won’t support SB cause of KapRaiders put Amari Cooper & Karl Joseph on trade block. Patrick Peterson put on trade block by Arizona Cardinals.zYou can also listen on xsquadradio.com, fullpresscoverage.com/radio, and thegoodnewsradiostation.com.
Intro Patriots Fan BEERGATE v.s. Tyreek Hill Why is Vontaze Burfict still in the league after his most egregious hit against the Steelers? Pete goes on a high deep dive of what Burfict has been doing. Seahawks Owner Paul Allean died First black NFL player died but we forgot to mention it. Dallas Cowboyas Jerry Jones, “No number one receivers in years.” Terrence Williams gets 3 game suspension Nfl concussion interventions College football news Bubba Bolden leaves USC after 28-month ban following party incident. https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/2799830-ex-usc-s-bubba-bolden-withdraws-after-getting-28-month-ban-for-party-incident.amp.html?%24deeplink_path=article%2Fbleacherreport.com%2Farticles%2F2799830-ex-usc-s-bubba-bolden-withdraws-after-getting-28-month-ban-for-party-incident&%24fallback_url=https%3A%2F%2Fsyndication.bleacherreport.com%2Famp%2F2799830-ex-usc-s-bubba-bolden-withdraws-after-getting-28-month-ban-for-party-incident.amp.html&_branch_match_id=475180848556964439 Senior pass rusher Porter Gustin fractures ankle. Career is over. Top 25 upsets & Surprises. Nick Bosa announces he'll withdraw from Ohio State to focus on rehabbing injury & focusing on the 2019 NFL Draft. Potential impact. Raekwon Davis punches the shit out of a Missouri player. Take or Tangent Devonta Freeman & Ted Ginn go on IR. Raiders fined $20,000 for injury report violation Nfl is worried about the chargers Adam Theilen: MVP candidate of benefit of Kirk Cousins preference? Ri Ri won’t support SB cause of Kap Raiders put Amari Cooper & Karl Joseph on trade block. Patrick Peterson put on trade block by Arizona Cardinals.z You can also listen on xsquadradio.com, fullpresscoverage.com/radio, and thegoodnewsradiostation.com.
Adam Maya is joined by the OC Register's Joey Kaufman to pay homage to the USC career of Porter Gustin and hand out team awards at the halfway point of the regular season. [TrojanSports is offering its best promo ever, a 60-day FREE trial. Sign up today with the promo code "USC60" to enable full access to the most dedicated Trojans fansite. It's your personal USC sports page.](https://usc.rivals.com/sign_up?promo_code=USC60) #USC #USCFootball #TrojanSports #Trojans #Pac12 #Rivals #CollegeFootball
Coach Harvey Hyde breaks down what he saw in USC's 43-21 victory over UNLV to start the 2018 season. Special thanks to our sponsor ZipRecruiter. Try it for free at ziprecruiter.com/style We start off talking about the offense that Coach Hyde thinks looks the exact same as last year and he has real concerns with the lack of physicality in the red zone. When USC got down inside the 20, it was all quarterback JT Daniels and the receivers instead of the offensive line and the run game. Coach Hyde wants to see more smash mouth football when you get down close and he isn’t seeing that. We also had a question from Earl in West LA about the offensive line not looking ready for the opener for the third year in a row. Coach also brought up an interesting play where backup quarterback Matt Fink came into the game in the red zone for one play and took a three yard loss. Curtis in Moreno Valley called in about this play, saying that USC needs more room to run and pass when an athletic quarterback comes in because the defense sits on the read option play, looking for the QB to run. Tight ends and their lack of production was a discussed topic on the show and the coach thinks they are only used as blockers and they don’t really even block all that well. He thinks they need to be utilized more in the offense and we had a couple of questions from listeners that expressed the same concerns. Coach feels tight ends can be a great mismatch but you have to get them involved in the passing game to exploit it. Going 5-for-5 on field goals is great for the kicker, but not for the offense. USC really had a chance to set the tone early after a fumble recovery by Porter Gustin. But the drive stalled and the Trojans had to settle for a field goal. Tarik wrote in and wanted to know if Daniels can audible at the line of scrimmage. Coach Hyde thinks he should be able to, that is part of football to get out of bad plays. He said sometimes they would only call a formation and then have several plays ready to go just depending on what the defense would show. Matt in Woodland wanted to know if it is was some sort of record that USC had 26 players make tackles, from Cameron Smith and Isaiah Pola-Mao leading the way with 7 to several players who finished the night with one. We doubt it is a record, but there were a lot of guys getting in the game and a lot of them made plays. Coach also goes off during another question about special teams. It doesn’t look like things got any better from last year and that should be a concern going forward. John from Beaverton called in asking about the offensive line play and what sort of impact having a true freshman center had on the team. Coach Hyde thought Brett Neilon played very well, starting plays well and getting Daniels in a good position to run the play. Keith in NJ wants to know if coach is concerned if Daniels focuses too much on Amon-Ra St. Brown? Coach Hyde said the team shouldn’t worry about who catches what, just go out and win the game. Everyone has to do their part. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Coach Harvey Hyde joins the show to talk about the first four practices of USC fall camp and the injury to Porter Gustin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Reign of Troy Radio returns with a full episode to preview this year's Cotton Bowl Classic between USC and Ohio State.Co-hosts Michael Castillo and Alicia de Artola kick off the episode looking at the latest news around the Trojans, including the injury status of Porter Gustin, recruiting and a basketball minute about Andy Enfield's hoops team faltering to Princeton.In the game preview portion of the podcast, RoT Radio looks at the key matchups including USC's offensive line against the vaunted Buckeye defensive line. Will the Trojans be able to run the ball with Ronald Jones? Can they contain JK Dobbins and JT Barrett? As always, Over/Under is back, giving Michael and Alicia a chance to make predictions on the Cotton Bowl, including the final score.December 23rd is Festivus, the famed holiday featured on Seinfeld. To celebrate, RoT Radio airs some USC football grievances and picks the feats of strength in the Cotton Bowl against Ohio State.Lastly the episode closes with the mailbag per usual.
Reign of Troy Radio returns with a USC podcast episode discussing coaching changes, recruiting Cotton Bowl preparations, All-American teams and more.Michael and Alicia announce plans for the latest RoT Bot meetup ahead of the Cotton Bowl in Dallas before diving into the news.Tyson Helton is no longer with USC, leaving the Trojans with a gap to fill at quarterbacks coach. What does USC lose in losing Helton? Does it make sense to replace him with Tee Martin? And what should the Trojans do about their two available coaching hires in general?Looking at Cotton Bowl prep, what are the Trojans up to on Howard Jones Field and is there a chance of Porter Gustin playing?It's All-American team season, so naturally the RoT Crew take a look at which Trojans did or didn't receive honors this year. What does it mean that Ronald Jones II and Uchenna Nwosu will go up on the All-American Walk? Does it matter what publications voted for them? And what in the world is Jack Jones doing on the AP's third team?Recruiting is heating up with the early signing period just days away. Michael and Alicia take a look at where USC stands and what to expect from later in the week.What's going on with USC Basketball? Alicia gives some thoughts from the Galen Center.Finally, the show ends with the mailbag, featuring topics like Nick Saban, USC's chances in the Cotton Bowl and imaging a world where Carson Palmer didn't get injured as a sophomore.Reign of Troy Radio will return later in the week with an episode to discuss the early signing period which opens on Wednesday.Have a question, comment, thought or musing? Get involved with the show by calling into the Reign of Troy Rant/Rave Line at 213-373-1872 and leaving a message or by sending an email to email@example.com.
Keely Eure and Shotgun Spratling are back with another edition of Family Feud, their new podcast that explores all things USC football. This week, they give their thoughts about USC's conference championship and what went in to the victory over Stanford. They also discuss lingering questions like: Alabama getting the fourth playoff spot, Tyson Helton's future, if Porter Gustin will return and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Reign of Troy Radio returns with a full episode to preview the Trojans' big-time Pac-12 South tilt with Khalil Tate and the Arizona Wildcats at the Coliseum.Michael and Alicia open the podcast with a brief chat about the World Series, plus a talk about the latest news swirling around USC, including major injury news regarding Porter Gustin and the unveiling of the College Football Playoff rankings for the first time in 2017.RoT welcomes Bryant Conger and Ronnie Stoffle from the Wildcat Radio podcast to bring some insight on the Cats going into Saturday's big game.More in-depth talk about the game includes the impressive play of Khalil Tate and his absurd numbers over the last four games since becoming QB1 for Arizona. What must the Trojans do to stop him?Lastly, the podcast ends with your listener questions, including a look at the Trojans vs. running quarterbacks of the past and so much more.It's almost gameday, which means your chance to be featured on Reign of Troy Radio is looming. Be sure to dial into the Reign of Troy Rant/Rave Line at 213-373-1872 on Saturday night to give your reactions and thoughts about USC's game against Arizona. You can also get in touch with the podcast by emailing the show at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reign of Troy Radio returns with a full episode to preview USC's Week 3 clash with the Texas Longhorns.The episode begins with Michael and Alicia looking at the news, including breaking news on Porter Gustin's injury status for the Texas game.Other news items include a series of ridiculous storylines going into this week's game, including Texas media making big deals about Vacategate —the NCAA-mandated asterisk around the Trojans' "4-0*" record against Texas in the school-issued game notes— and a misinterpreted 'Horns down' from USC running back Ronald Jones.RoT then goes in-depth on the USC vs. Texas matchup, looking at the key aspects of the game, including the health of Longhorns quarterback Shane Buechele and how the Trojans will face a strong rushing attack led by running back Chris Warren III and wildcat quarterback/receiver Jerrod Heard.As always, this game preview episode of Reign of Troy Radio concludes with a bunch of Over/Under predictions, plus score predictions and a dip into the mailbag for listener questions.Next up for the podcast will be a Carcast after Saturday's game, reacting to USC's first game against Texas since the infamous 2006 Rose Bowl. You can get involved as always by dialing into the Reign of Troy Rant/Rave Line at 213-373-1872, or emailing the podcast at email@example.com.
Reign of Troy Radio returns with a full episode breaking down the fallout from USC's dominant win over Pac-12 powerhouse Stanford.Michael and Alicia start out the podcast with their impressions of the game after a couple of days to process the performance then dive into the news coming out of the contest.USC's injury report looks a little bit more full with unfortunate news on Daniel Imatorbhebhe and some question marks surrounding Porter Gustin and Marlon Tuipulotu. What impact will the injuries have this week?More news involving the Trojans includes a rise in the AP poll, a 14-point spread for the Texas game and a kickoff time set for Cal.As usual, Michael and Alicia run through their over/under results from the game and discuss the wrongness of their game predictions.Thanks to a slew of questions from listeners, the RoT Crew's game breakdown comes in mailbag form with queries and comments on a range of topics:How long can USC hold onto Deland McCullough after he's worked wonders on the Trojan running backs?Is Chris Brown better than Damien Mama?Are Sam Darnold's interceptions a concern?How is the secondary doing? Is it possible to tell?Will USC's early defensive struggles eventually come back to bite them?What was the difference between the Trojans and Cardinal on third down?Is it time to call Clay Helton a good coach?And much more.Later in the week, RoT Radio will preview USC's grudge match with Stanford at the Coliseum. The RoT Crew will also have their initial reactions to the game on Saturday night's carcast from the Coliseum.As always, you can let your voice be heard by calling the Reign of Troy Rant/Rave line at 213-373-1872. You can also email in at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @ReignofTroy.
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Reign of Troy Radio returns with a full episode to discuss more spring camp news with the USC football program.Here's what's on tap in this USC podcast:Michael and Alicia begin the episode with a discussion at a recent study looking at fairweather fandom in college football, and where USC fans ranks. Hint: It's better than you might think.Spring camp topics include injury updates on Cam Smith and Ronald Jones II, the return of Porter Gustin at the edge rusher spot, the rise of Vavae Malepeai, the arrival of Deland McCullough and the sudden stardom of Velus Jones.Other topics revolving around the Trojans is how the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas affects the Pac-12 and USC basketball ranking higher than expected in the AP's All-Time hoops ranking.Lastly, the episode comes to a conclusion with a look at the Sweet 16 of RoT Madness, along with your listener questions.RoT Radio will be back on Monday, when Michael and Alicia continue to look at spring camp, recapping it through two weeks. Call into the RoT Rant & Rave Line at 213-373-1872.