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A trio of football guests helped Michael Rand make some sense of a busy week: *Gophers football writer Randy Johnson joined Daily Delivery to discuss a whirlwind week for that program. Let's see: On Saturday the Gophers beat Wisconsin to reclaim Paul Bunyan's Axe and to change the narrative on their season; Not long after, we learned that Tanner Morgan is returning for a sixth season while much-criticized offensive coordinator Mike Sanford Jr. is departing. And on Sunday, we should find out which bowl game the Gophers have earned this season. *Andrew Krammer joined for a film review of the Vikings, which wasn't pretty after a 34-26 loss to San Francisco. The Vikings were gouged against the run in the loss, and it wasn't just an isolated problem explained away by injuries. *My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite team with Keith Richotte, now with ... limericks?
It's Tuesday Morning Nickelback time on Daily Delivery, as host Michael Rand welcomes in the usual trio of guests to break down all the big Vikings and Gophers story lines. 2:00: Andrew Krammer joins for Vikings film review, where he takes a look at Justin Jefferson continuing to make big plays -- and Kirk Cousins continuing to push the ball to him downfield. Rand points out that Cousins was pressured at the second-highest rate in the league this past week -- nearly 50% of his dropbacks -- but had by far the most passing yards under pressure. Will he continue to be aggressive even when facing pressure? 15:00: My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team brings us five -- yes, one for every Vikings win -- haiku poems this week. Most of it seems to revel in the Packers losing. 29:00: Randy Johnson joins for a Gophers football update ahead of Saturday's huge game against Wisconsin. Depending on what Iowa and Purdue do this weekend, the game could be for the Big Ten West title.
Introduction: One show. Three football guests. That's what we do on Tuesday Morning Nickelback. 2:00: Vikings writer Andrew Krammer joins to break down film of the 27-20 win over the Chargers, including a key sequence in the third quarter in which the offense and defense were in sync about as well as they have been all season. Mike Zimmer dialed up key blitzes to help get the Vikings off the field, and the offense took those opportunities and turned a 17-13 deficit into a 27-17 lead. 12:00: What if you could get a recap of the Vikings game in haiku form? That is the latest wrinkle on this week's My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team. 24:00: Randy Johnson joins the show to look back at the Gophers' disappointing 27-22 loss at Iowa, and what it means in the context of their season. Familiar problems resurfaced even as Minnesota played the style it wanted to play.
The Gazette's John Steppe previews Saturday's Minnesota-Iowa game with The Des Moines Register's Kennington Lloyd Smith III and The Minneapolis Star-Tribune's Randy Johnson on this episode of Hawk Off The Press. Kennington discusses Iowa's quarterback change to Alex Padilla, the rushing game's resurgence against Northwestern, young receivers emerging and the "Doughboyz" forcing turnovers again. Randy tells us what to expect from a Gophers team that has been hit hard by injuries.
On the Tuesday Morning Nickelback edition of Daily Delivery, Michael Rand welcomes in a trio of guests: *Vikings writer Andrew Krammer breaks down the Vikings' broken passing game -- in particular their inability to get the ball to Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen -- in his latest film review. The big problem is that it's not just one problem affecting the passing game. *My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team finds Rand and Keith Richotte talking about an all-too-familiar narrative. The Vikings looked good early against Baltimore, then couldn't get any offense going again until desperation time. Meanwhile, their defense was worn down. *Gophers football writer Randy Johnson tries to explain how Minnesota could lose to Illinois -- and whether the Gophers can rebound against Iowa.
Some farmers may be thinking twice this year about harvesting all their field debris for bedding, considering the price of fertilizer. Aaron Zimmerman talks to UW-Extension Specialist, Jerry Clark, about thinking through the process. Ashley Huhn updates us on the auction prices and activity for used equipment in the Steffes Auction update. Randy Johnson, DNR Large Carnivore Specialist, says the Wisconsin bear hunt this year was successful! 3,800 bears were harvested. Wyffels Wednesday goes to Dane County for an update with Lucas Clayton - who says we're about 60% complete with the harvest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Introduction: It's Tuesday Morning Nickelback time, with a deep dive into the Vikings and the Gophers football team. 2:00: Vikings writer Andrew Krammer tries to help answer the big question of the week during our film review segment. What went wrong with the Vikings' offense against Dallas on Sunday night, and who is to blame? Within the context of that question is another important one: Is there anything that can be done to fix it? 11:00: My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team does not miss its mark this week. The Vikings let Dallas hang around and the defense had an opportunity to be the hero of the game. But like so many other times this season, that side of the ball couldn't get it done when it mattered most. 23:00: Gophers football writer Randy Johnson joins the show for a happier subject. Minnesota has won four games in a row and controls its destiny in the Big Ten West. Showdowns with Iowa and Wisconsin loom later this month.
Visit https://delaflorteachings.com/faith to receive the 21 Days of Faith in Action Course as our gift to you, our listener.“I don't know a greater definition of faith & spirituality than believing in yourself.” Shari WenkLadies and Gentleman,I can't tell you enough how excited our whole team is for our podcast episode today.Not only this time of the year is one of my favorites (fall, Halloween, the soon-to-be Mexican Celebration of the Dead), but it is also the soon-to-be birthday celebration of our very special guest. Personally, I AM SO GRATEFUL for this interview as this is a dream come true for me as I have as a guest one of my most beloved mentors and a true WOMAN OF ACTION and thus FAITH, Mrs. Shari Wenk.For more than 30 groundbreaking years as a sports agent and bestselling author, Shari Wenk has represented sports celebrities and journalists in management, marketing, publishing, speaking appearances, brand and content development, media relations, and social media.One of the first women to dominate the sports marketing industry, she has negotiated deals for her clients in excess of a half-billion dollars.Since launching The SLW Agency in 1988, Shari has worked with such Hall of Famers and legends as Tiger Woods, Earl Woods, Terry Bradshaw, Walter Payton, Randy Johnson, Nolan Ryan, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Joe Theismann, Skip Bayless, Joe Garagiola, Tony Gwynn, Bob Griese, Dennis Rodman, Jay Johnstone, Steve Garvey, Rickey Henderson, Ron Santo, Armen Keteyian, countless more sports stars, award-winning journalists., and THE BEST “Winning Mindset” mentor in the world: TIM. S GROVERShari is co-author of three bestsellers by Tiger Woods & Earl Woods, and has also ghostwritten a dozen other celebrity bestsellers.Most importantly, she is the co-author, with Tim S. Grover of the N.Y Times bestseller books: “RELENTLESS: From Good to Great to Unstoppable” and ”W1NNING; The Unforgiving Race to Greatness” Shari shares with us in this podcast what it takes to W1N in life, and why, while you are alive you should take chance on yourself and “DO EVERYTHING” your soul desires to DO.Shari is a proud mom of three humans and several dogs, she co-leads with Tim S. Grover the exclusive online mindset training group: “DOWN & DIRTY” Shari and her husband are based in Chicago.Watch Shari Wenk and Tim S. Grover talk about WINNINGhttps://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=304994471294415Follow Shari on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shari-wenkFollow Shari on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shariwenk/Visit her website: https://timgrover.com/winning/Visit https://delaflorteachings.com/faith to receive the 21 Days of Faith in Action Course as our gift to you, our listener.
Introduction: In the most recent step in his evolution as the Wolves' leader -- even though he just turned 20 a couple months ago -- Anthony Edwards said after Minnesota's first loss of the season Monday that he and his top-scoring teammates must do a better job sharing the ball and getting other players involved on offense. "There's no 'I' in team. We can't beat five people with three people," Edwards said after a 107-98 loss to New Orleans. "We beat five people with five people." 7:00: Gophers football beat writer Randy Johnson joins the show after Minnesota's most recent impressive win, 34-16 over Maryland. With games coming up against Northwestern and Illinois, the path to a special season is there. But when the competition stiffens later in the year, the Gophers will also need to be able to diversify their offense and pass the ball. 16:00: Star Tribune soccer writer Jerry Zgoda joins the show to help advance two big matches this week. The U.S. Women's National Team plays Tuesday at Allianz Field against Korea Republic in what will be Carli Lloyd's final match. And Minnesota United has a key match Wednesday in Vancouver as it tries to hang onto a playoff spot.
It's Tuesday Morning Nickelback on Daily Delivery with three distinct and flavorful football segments: 2:00: Vikings writer Andrew Krammer joins for his weekly film review, helping host Michael Rand dissect how the Vikings were able to get their deep passing game going against the Panthers in Sunday's win. It showed a willingness to adapt on the part of offensive coordinator Klint Kubiak as well as an improvement in pass protection from the offensive line. 10:00: But did the offense do enough, even on a day when they gained more than 500 yards? One could say the Vikings still don't have enough trust in that side of the ball until absolutely necessary, and that the lack of trust could be this team's downfall. That and more were central to the discussion on this week's "My Least Favorite Team Is My Favorite Team." 25:00: Whether it was culture, skill or some combination of both, the Gophers' 30-23 win over Nebraska on Saturday put Minnesota in great position for a successful season. They'll need to continue to be balanced on offense as the season goes on, as Randy Johnson talked about and wrote about recently.
It's Tuesday Morning Nickelback time on Daily Delivery as host Michael Rand welcomes in three guests to break down the biggest stories in Minnesota football. 2:00: Star Tribune Vikings writer Andrew Krammer joins for his film review segment looking at the Vikings' disappointing run defense. After spending a lot of money and energy trying to fix that part of their team, the Vikings have had poor results so far this season. What was Detroit doing to exploit them? And might it get better once Anthony Barr is fully back to being himself? 11:00: My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team featuring Keith Richotte has a good back-and-forth between Rand and Richotte about the tension that exists between Kirk Cousins and Mike Zimmer following their postgame Alpha male shoving on Sunday. Just remember: The first time Cousins shouted "You like that!" in 2015 it was about vindication and proving doubters wrong. 26:00: Randy Johnson joins to talk about the latest Gophers football news that Trey Potts is out for the season and to preview Saturday's game against Nebraska.
Hour 1…Carlik Jones makes his NBA debut and kills it, 6'5” from Radford, Javonte Green…gets the start from the Bulls, Later, MLB postseason in full effect, Dodgers with a walk-off and will now face the Giants, the dominance of the Braves in the 90's and who was better Randy Johnson or Greg Maddux. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jonas, Brady and LaVar kickoff the show talking about the Red Sox beating the Yankees in the AL Wild Card Game and debate whether or not the Dodgers should be worried about the Cardinals. Brady shares the "Google me" story between Bryce Harper and Randy Johnson. Kyle Shanahan and Jimmy G not being on the same page about his injury means there's much more to this story. Plus, an end to an era in Pttsburgh as Big Ben goes downhill fast. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Introduction: On the first segment of Tuesday Morning Nickelback, Vikings writer Andrew Krammer joins host Michael Rand for a film review segment looking back at Sunday's 14-7 loss to the Browns. Familiar problems resurfaced quickly in that game. Namely: Any team with a stout front four that can get pressure without sending extra rushers is going to have success against most teams. But it's particularly problematic for the Vikings because of their offensive line deficiencies and Kirk Cousins' inability to improvise. 12:00: Keith Richotte joins for My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team, where he and Rand start talking about best possible outcomes for the 1-3 Vikings. Barring a level of consistency we haven't seen yet this year, and keeping in mind a tough remaining 13 games, it seems as though getting back into the playoff mix and maybe getting in as a low seed is the highest this team can aim. If you're a fan, you want to see victories. Intellectually, a complete teardown might make more sense. 26:00: Gophers football writer Randy Johnson joins the show to look back at Saturday's win in the rain at Purdue and to provide an update on running back Trey Potts, who stayed behind in Indiana with an unspecified ailment. 37:00: What if these Tuesday shows were called Village Idiot instead of Tuesday Morning Nickelback?
Introduction: It's Tuesday Morning Nickelback time, starting with Andrew Krammer's film review. Krammer joins host Michael Rand for a look back at the Vikings' 30-17 victory over Seattle and how new offensive coordinator Klint Kubiak's scheme is doing a good job at helping the team's offensive line and Kirk Cousins be comfortable. Getting the ball out quickly and keeping defenses guessing have been staples of their success so far, as have route combinations that clearly confused Seattle on Sunday. 10:00: Keith Richotte Jr. joins the show for My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team, which was suddenly positive for a change. It sure didn't look that way when the Vikings trailed Seattle 17-7, but 23 consecutive points on Sunday changed the narrative on the season quickly. While Richotte is still predicting nothing more than an up-and-down year, at least a win is a win. 23:00: Gophers football beat writer Randy Johnson joins the show to try to explain to Rand just what happened at Huntington Bank Stadium on Saturday when Minnesota -- a 30.5 point favorite -- somehow lost to Bowling Green 14-10. What does the loss tell us about QB Tanner Morgan? And can the Gophers pick up the pieces and move forward?
On this installment of Tuesday Morning Nickelback, Vikings writer Andrew Krammer joins host Michael Rand for a film review of the Vikings' heartbreaking 34-33 loss to the Cardinals on Sunday. The Vikings defense had a feast-or-famine type of day trying to contain Kyler Murray, with Danielle Hunter registering three sacks and Nick Vigil returning an interception for a touchdown but Murray throwing for 400 yards and putting up 34 points. What will the Vikings' approach tell us about how they might try to defend a similar QB, Russell Wilson, next week? 11:00: The Vikings are playing Whac-A-Mole with their problems through two weeks of the season. In Week 1, the offensive line was poor, but the kicking game was solid. In Week 2, it was the reverse. In the latest installment of My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team, Rand and Keith Richotte get into that idea and wonder what will be the next problem to emerge -- and how long Mike Zimmer can withstand losses, even close ones, before his tenure as head coach will come to an end. 27:00: Gophers football beat writer Randy Johnson joins the show for some brighter news. The Gophers rolled over Colorado 30-0 on Saturday, giving rise to the hope that this could be a special season after all. With Bowling Green offering a chance to fine-tune things before Big Ten play resumes, we'll learn even more about Minnesota soon.
Patrick is excited to welcome everyone back for another episode! In today's episode, Patrick starts out by talking about Ryan Braun and his announcement to retire from the game of professional baseball. Following Ryan Bruan, Patrick talks about how the San Fransico Giants have become the first team to clinch a playoff spot! From there Patrick goes into a three-part oral history of the amazing career of Larry Walker. Arguably the greatest Canadian baseball player of all-time, he is also one of the most forgotten players of his generation. Granted with polarizing players like Randy Johnson, Barry Bonds, Ken Griffey Jr., and so many others it is hard to know who everyone is. However, Larry Walker's 1997 MVP winning season is the best all-around season that anyone has ever had. This Hall of Famer deserves to have his career remembered. 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 Baseball 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-baseball-podcast Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gsmc-baseball-podcast/id1122796551 GSMC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF8Qial15ufp9uS_1- 4F6auhV_JDoMt-Y Twitter: https://twitter.com/GSMC_baseball Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gsmcbaseball/ Disclaimer: The views expressed on the GSMC baseball Podcast are for entertainment purposes only. Reproduction, copying or redistribution of The GSMC Baseball Podcast without the express written consent of Golden State Media Concepts LLC is prohibited.
Hey! Did you know there's only 5 guys to EVER wear #80 in MLB history?! Crazy. The boys talk a little joey Votto, Randy Johnson, and Lars Nootbaar this week. Also dig in to Who's Hot & Who's Not in this weeks Wheelhouse segment.Blue Jays, Phillies, Cubs, and Yankees are all in there somewhere, can you guess where? Then the boys get into their August Review of standings and award predictions, followed by Our Boys segment, and yeah. Tone does stuff there. What's new? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/upperdeckerpod/support
Rich Griffin Jr., talks about lessons learned on the playgrounds and baseball diamonds, and a lifetime as a mentor and umpire. Working behind the plate when a teenage Randy Johnson has no idea where the ball is going. #OaklandSportsLegends #The3Es #energy #enthusiasm, #excellence
Introduction: Anyone can be a Monday Morning Quarterback and come in hot with the next day's takes. Not everyone can let the football stew for an extra day, then analyze it through a different lens – all while incorporating one of Canada's pre-eminent rock bands. That's what Tuesday Morning Nickelback, a new weekly feature on Daily Delivery during the football season, is all about. You'll get four standard components to the show every week. For example, this week: 2:00: Vikings writer Andrew Krammer joins to help break down one of the biggest moments in the Vikings' 27-24 loss to the Bengals on Sunday: Joe Burrow's 50-yard TD pass to Ja'Marr Chase late in the first half over Vikings corner Bashaud Breeland. How did Chase get so open? How rough was Breeland's debut? Krammer has all those answers. 11:00: Host Michael Rand's longtime friend Keith Richotte joins to break down the Vikings' loss from a more casual and visceral perspective in a segment we call My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team. Richotte likes to watch Vikings sped up after they are all over, meaning he saw a penalty flag once very 12 seconds on Sunday. The key takeaway: Every fear about the Vikings, except for the kicker, has come true so far. 24:00: Gophers football beat writer Randy Johnson takes a look back at a closer-than-expected Gophers win over Miami (Ohio) on Saturday and notes that the defense -- which has yet to produce a sack in two games -- will need to improve at Colorado this coming weekend.
Patrick cannot wait to get into this long episode for you all. Patrick has fantasy drafted two teams the first from the 1890s-1960s. This team has Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle, Eddie Mathews, Pete Rose, and so many more LEGENDS! That team is called the "Old Timers" Patrick had a blast drafting this team, and he explains this roster in the first segment. In the second segment, Patrick explains his draft of the "Young Guns". This team has Pedro Martinez, Clayton Kershaw, Randy Johnson, Barry Bonds, Mike Trout, and so many more awesome surprises. The rest of this episode is Patrick going through the AMAZING back-and-forth series that goes SEVEN games!! Get ready for what Patrick thinks is the most fun episode that he has done yet!!! 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 Baseball 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-baseball-podcast Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gsmc-baseball-podcast/id1122796551 GSMC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF8Qial15ufp9uS_1- 4F6auhV_JDoMt-Y Twitter: https://twitter.com/GSMC_baseball Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gsmcbaseball/ Disclaimer: The views expressed on the GSMC baseball Podcast are for entertainment purposes only. Reproduction, copying or redistribution of The GSMC Baseball Podcast without the express written consent of Golden State Media Concepts LLC is prohibited.
Introduction: Host Michael Rand notes that Twins closer Alex Colome has rebounded from a disastrous start to this season and now -- somehow -- has his ERA for the year under 4 after another clean inning and save on Tuesday. It's too little, too late but if we're going to rip Colome for how he pitched early on we at least need to acknowledge that he has been much better since mid-June. 3:00: Gophers football beat writer Randy Johnson joins the show to provide an update after a 45-31 season-opening loss to Ohio State in which star running back Mohamed Ibrahim was lost for the year with an injury. Where Minnesota goes from here largely will be determined by its running back depth and how well its defense adjusts to competition not as stiff as that offered by the Buckeyes. 12:00: My least favorite team is my favorite team with Keith Richotte -- the last preseason installment before the Vikings season begins finds us talking about three things: Will you be rooting for the Vikings' season to go REALLY bad if they aren't really good? Is Warren Moon the best comparison to Kirk Cousins when it comes to Vikings' all-time QBs? And how much should we be concerned about yet another midstream switch on special teams? 30:00: Huge game for the Lynx on Wednesday against Las Vegas with significant WNBA playoff implications.
Intro: Host Michael Rand walks through the Vikings' roster cuts on Tuesday, which didn't reveal a whole lot of surprises but did clarify their quarterback situation. It sure seems like rookie third round pick Kellen Mond is the backup to Kirk Cousins, and it's hard to imagine that changing this season. 4:00: Edina native Jenny Taft joins the show to talk about the upcoming college football season. Taft, who works for Fox Sports 1, will be doing sideline reporting from Thursday's Gophers vs. Ohio State game at Huntington Bank Stadium. She gives her thoughts on the game, the upcoming college football season, her increasing role at FS1 and a viral moment a few weeks ago with "Undisputed" co-host Skip Bayless. 22:00: Gophers football beat writer Randy Johnson checks in with updates on the Gophers on the eve of their season opener against Ohio State. 30:00: How does a 3-1 regulation baseball game last 3 hours, 34 minutes?
Michael Citro and Chip Minnich discuss the latest Ohio State news and the start of the college football season, particularly Bret Bielema's debut with Illinois against Nebraska. Then the two are joined by Minneapolis Star-Tribune writer Randy Johnson to preview Ohio State's season opener at Minnesota. Plus, they break down the match-up, give their picks to click and make their score predictions.
Our favorite Redneck Tech geek is back! @copecreative is here, ladies and gentleman, but there's nothing geeky about Caleb Copeland. He's your consummate gitrdone-good ol' boy but with the smarts and savvy of a tech entrepreneur/businessman. The boys sit down with Caleb to discuss baseball, business, and bows. Sit back and listen as the boys tell stories, reminisce, and discuss their future endeavors (hunts of course!) #playingthegame - Show Notes Timecode: 00:00 - 03:33: Catching up and discussing the Rocky Mountains 03:34 - 08:46: Weather, rain, and horn growth 08:47 - 20:34: What's cheating in baseball? 20:35 - 24:01: Randy Johnson/pidgeon/Cody Ransom story 24:02 - 26:49: Baseball's greatest gift: the gift of failure 26:50 - 33:34: Weather across the country. Pick your poison. 33:35 - 38:25: Snoring roommates 38:26 - 45:12: Ryer, the leprechaun bike story 45:13 - 52:01: Caleb's Genesis story 52:02 - 57:52: How the sausage is made 57:53 - 64:47: Emailing Jeff Foxworthy and snowballing from there 64:48 - 69:59: Once kids arrive get ready for time to fly 70:00 - 78:33: Letting kids fail but protecting them 79:34 - 85:12: Retaining and incentivising high performing employees 85:13 - 93:29: Influencer pay 93:30 - 97:40: Crossbow glory
What do Noam Chomsky, Randy Johnson, and Rowdy Roddy Piper have to do with Clone Wars, Season 3 Episode 4 Supply Lines? Nothing! And yet for some reason they still figure into Closing Crawl's analysis of Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Season 3 Episode 3; Supply Lines
Intro: Guest host Christina Long talks name, image and likeness after news that local star Paige Bueckers has trademarked her nickname, “Paige Buckets.” Bueckers stands to make $1 million in the next year. With another Minnesota superstar heading to college in Suni Lee, it's possible that two Twin Cities natives could be making a sizable amount from their name, image and likeness while in school -- a huge change for amateur athletes under this brand new rule. Big names like Bueckers and future Ohio State quarterback Quinn Ewers have made headlines for their potential earnings, but what might new NIL rules do for athletes without their star power and name recognition? 7:00: Former Gophers women's golf coach Michele Redman joins the show to talk about the Land ‘O' Lakes Legends Classic, which starts Thursday with a pro-am before the two-day tournament tees off Friday. The tournament is a brand-new event that Redman helped start in order to bring the LPGA's senior tour to Minnesota. 13:00: Gophers beat writer Randy Johnson returns to Daily Delivery for a college football preview. The Gophers held media day Tuesday and started fall camp Wednesday as they prepare to open the season Sept. 2 against heavyweight conference foe Ohio State. After a successful 2019 and a lackluster 2020 that was heavily influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, coach P.J. Fleck and the Gophers are looking to get back to their pre-pandemic form. Plus, players such as Mo Ibrahim and Tanner Morgan last week sought to spread the NIL love to some of their less recognized peers: the offensive line.
On this episode we have Cleveland Indians Starting Pitcher, Cal Quantrill. We discuss growing up in a big league clubhouse, catching a ride home with Randy Johnson, Jordan Luplow trade, his trade from the Padres, his recent success, the CQ47 experience and MUCH MORE
Intro: Host Michael Rand breaks down the Twins' trade of Nelson Cruz to Tampa Bay in a number of ways: What Cruz meant to the Twins will be hard to replicate, and as much as someone who played just 258 games here can define an era, Cruz did that. He was a lineup presence and the leader of the Bomba Squad. That said, the Twins did well to get two Class AAA pitchers in return for Cruz, and it was clearly a trade that makes sense. It's hard to remove the emotion from the trade, but if you can do that you will find a lot of good. 14:00: Gophers football beat writer Randy Johnson joins the podcast from Big Ten media day in Indianapolis where the talk has focused on players being able to profit off their name, image and likeness as well as what impact COVID will have on 2021 after the major disruptions of 2020. One thing is for sure: Gophers coach P.J. Fleck can't call his team young this year. The veteran group is intriguing and could be a contender. 28:00: It's draft night for the Wild, and with two first-round picks Minnesota is in good shape to draft key pieces that will be essential roster replacement in years to come.
KMOX celebrates Mike Shannon on his 82nd birthday with a special show featuring memorable moments from his illustrious career with the St. Louis Cardinals, both as a player and announcer. Hear from the legend himself along with classic “Live at Shannon's” audio. This segment, Mike is joined by the likes of Tom Ackerman, Tim McCarver, Joe Buck, Randy Johnson, and Bob Uecker. Happy birthday, Mike, and congratulations on 50 years of broadcasting! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Can you imagine being a police officer in a high speed chase, and then the guy you're chasing gets out of the vehicle and THROWS HIS BABY AT YOU?! Let's talk about that, checking your penis into a coat check, a place that will let you drive a tank through a house, running for your life from Randy Johnson, and more on today's episode of Is We Dumb?! New episodes every Wednesday at 12pm PST Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Bb5pRl2Mw-E Show Links: Randy vs. Bird | https://bit.ly/3hiqL1D Drive a Tank | https://www.driveatank.com/ NoPhone | https://amzn.to/3wlT5ob Suggestions for segment content: firstname.lastname@example.org Anything else: email@example.com All Merch Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Merch: http://badmagicmerch.com IG: https://instagram.com/iswedumb FB: https://facebook.com/iswedumb BadMagic YouTube: http://youtube.com/badmagicproductions Official Website: http://iswedumb.com Threads: http://badmagicmerch.com Custom Music Beds by Zach Cohen Fan Mail: Is We Dumb? PO Box 3891 Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Two Hall of Famers sit-down, one who held a steering wheel, the other, held a bat. Dale Earnhardt Jr welcomes baseball legend, Chipper Jones, to the Download. . The two athletes waste no time getting to know each other. and share their interest in the other's sport. Before flashing the leather, Chipper was a huge race fan, growing up attending big races like the Daytona 500. He was even there when the King captured win number-200. The two compare coming up in the minor leagues on the diamond with striving to the top-level of NASCAR through the Xfinity Series. The Earnhardt family is known for being big Atlanta Braves fans. Chipper talks about the day Dale Sr. invited him into the hauler at the races. The big and bold Jones gets real about some of the biggest topics surrounding the sport of baseball today, including the use of foreign substances on baseballs by pitchers. He details the use of pine tar on bats and shares his true thoughts on the advantages. The former third-baseman talks about how he was able to tip pitches and shares details of his battles against pitchers like Randy Johnson and Roger Clemens. Chipper talks about his intensity on the field and off and how it translated into occasional issues such as fighting with teammates. Speaking of teammates, Jones reveals who the biggest prankster in baseball was and tells the tale of one truly disgusting prank pulled in the Braves locker room. Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis talk about the controversy surrounding the upcoming reconfiguration of Atlanta Motor Speedway and their take on the NASCAR drivers' very public reaction to the matter. Dale talks about what he sees in the new-and-improved Kurt Busch. Has he finally got rid of the grump? Since we had a baseball guest it was only fitting that a fan on Ask Jr presented by Xfinity brought up Dale Jr.'s big game-ending play in a charity baseball game. Dale goes down memory lane about a game he didn't even know he was going to play in. Oh... and we talk about Dale Jr.'s bright pink outfit on the NASCAR on NBC broadcast and how it sparked an unexpected "Woo!" from an old friend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome back! We love kickin it back and this episode is exactly that. No real rhyme or reason to this one. We start it off by talking about the latest content creator fights and how to improve them. Then we go into Randy Johnson and whether or not you would survive his fastball. After that we talk about what happened to the in store gaming consoles and the future of a kickback. Finally we top the night off with a draft of our favorite bar foods. Let us know on instagram (justakickback) who you think won the draft. As always if you like what you hear be sure to like/follow/subscribe. If you are listening on Apple Podcasts or have an iPhone, Apple Podcasts is free, head to our page and leave us a 5 star rating and a review. It takes 30 seconds and would really help us out. Til Next Week. DYE UP --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justakickback/message
Joe Rizzo brings you baseball. In a podcast about baseball and about life, Riz & "The Dawg" Jeff Healy welcomed 1989 AL Rookie of the Year Gregg Olson to the show to tell his important story and harken back to his great career as one of the preeminent closers of his time. Olson explained the details of his recent prostate cancer diagnosis and how it came seemingly from out of nowhere, with no family history and being in otherwise excellent health. He explained his story, and in sharing his message gave the many reasons why anyone out there should get tested. Then it was on to brighter things. Riz threw some interesting stats at Gregg about his career, leading to discussions about current hot-button topics like the unwritten rules of baseball and the sticky stuff pitchers have been using to increase spin rates. Gregg also revealed what he would have patented from his playing days, as he was way ahead of his time! There was talk of radar guns, Randy Johnson and Nolan Ryan, and what those flamethrowers would be throwing today. Since he is a closer, Gregg closed out the episode with a short story for Diehard Dads. Dawg kicked it off with Veteran of the Day. It was Navy Captain Paul "Puck" Esposito, a friend and colleague of Gregg's at Auburn. He served and deployed numerous times throughout his career. He accumulated over 4,300 flight hours in his distinguished career. Please check out our sponsor, FMS Graphics (https://www.fmsgraphics.com), for all your print and promotional needs. Just give 'em a shot. After all, they gave US a shot! We welcome SportsMapz to the team in this episode as well! Check them out at SportsMapz.com. It's a great way to show support for your team, with a cool piece of art for your home or office. We need you to subscribe to the podcast! Please hit the SUBSCRIBE or FOLLOW button from wherever you get your podcasts. And check out DiamondDiehards.com! Interact: Website: https://DiamondDiehards.com TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@diamonddiehards? LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/diamond-diehards Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DiamondDiehards Twitter: https://twitter.com/DiamondDiehards Instagram: https://instagram.com/DiamondDiehards Watch, Listen Subscribe: iTunes: https://apple.co/2JzUd5e Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KPgZq9 Youtube: https://bit.ly/3pBAvFE Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/DiamondDiehards Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/diamonddiehards Stitcher: https://bit.ly/3rBzVt7
On this week's episode, Jeremy spends quality time with his father-in-law, and Derek goes to Chicago. LeBron is changing his jersey number, and no one really cares. Cubs fans make a gigantic cup snake, and years ago, Randy Johnson plays a hilarious prank on a bird. Are roller coasters overrated, and is "The Goonies" a terrible movie? What are some of your favorite movie villains, and how much do you dislike Logan and Jake Paul? Enjoy another episode, and keep on laughing, assholes.
In this episode we talk about: -Best Breakfast in Iowa City -Kluver's first 9 holes of golf for the year -Randy Johnson and getting struck by lightning -Luka Garza in best shape of his life -What KF thinks of us podcasting -Alcohol sales coming to Kinnick -The expectations for Iowa State this season -Iowa's double header with Top 15 teams to open the season -The official Cheeto Fingers Top 25 -A Vegas story from Kevin -Over/Under 9.5 wins for the Cyclones
Today we have the distinct pleasure of speaking with concert promoter extraordinaire, Danny Zelisko. He's worked with the biggest names in rock and roll and he's just released a book that's full of great stories and pictures. He talks about DJ'ing a Led Zeppelin gig, helping Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson warm up, flying to LA on an air mail flight, and the day to day life of a concert promoter. It's a fascinating look behind the scenes of how your favorite bands end up in your favorite venues. Pick up the book on amazon or at dzplive.com. Follow Danny on social media. Follow us @PerformanceAnx. We gladly accept coffee at ko-fi.com/performanceanxiety. Merch is available at performanceanx.threadless.com. Rate & review us. It helps! Get ready for an All Excess show with Danny Zelisko on Performance Anxiety on the Pantheon Podcast Network.
Intro: A 3-0 victory by the Wild over Vegas in Game 6 of their playoff series on Wednesday had plenty of drama and momentum plays, but the biggest key according to Michael Rand was head coach Dean Evason pushing all the right buttons and outpacing Vegas coach Pete DeBoer. Evason stayed the course with his lineup and was rewarded. He kept faith in his best players and was rewarded. And he put Vegas in a desperate situation -- enough so that DeBore made an emotional challenge to a disallowed goal that went in the Wild's favor and changed the game. Plus, plenty of talk about Zach Parise's big game -- and his future -- and postgame comments from Evason, Marcus Foligno and goalie Cam Talbot. 15:00: Randy Johnson joins the show to talk about the Gophers football team being able to hit the road recruiting next week for the first time in a while -- and the opportunity for P.J. Fleck's team in opening against Ohio State. 27:00: Remember the 2003 playoff run and setting up Friday's podcast appearance from Wes Walz.
Welcome to May 18th and summer planning. Today we discuss fun activities and summer strategies. What will you do to plan and make an epic summer?!? We are giving away T-Shirts for new segment ideas so email or comment. email@example.comThis Day in History:2012Facebook, an American company offering online social networking services, held its initial public offering, which raised $16 billion2004 American baseball player Randy Johnson became the oldest pitcher to throw a perfect game, for the Arizona Diamondbacks against the Atlanta Braves2001 The comedy Shrek—with voices provided by Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, and Cameron Diaz, among others—had its nationwide release in the United States; it went on to become the first movie to win the Academy Award for best animated feature1970 Tina Fey, American actress and comedian (Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock), born in Upper Darby Township, PennsylvaniaEruption of Mount St. Helens On this day in 1980, following an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.1 on the Richter scale, Mount St. Helens in Washington erupted in one of the greatest volcanic explosions ever recorded in North AmericaNational Cheese Souffle DayNational HIV Awareness DayVisit Your Relatives Day 12 Things You Can Do To Get Ready For Summer1. Start exercising more often (and outside!)2. Make your summer bucket list3. Redecorate your space4. Mark up your calendar5. Make a new playlist6. Create new goals for yourself7. Detox and eat healthy8. Plan, plan, plan9. Start saving your money10. Change your mindsetChallenge:Please connect with us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/midlifemumbojumbo/Twitter: @midlifemumboju1Email us your comments at:firstname.lastname@example.orgReddit: midlifemumbojumbo (u/midlifemumbojumbo) - Reddit
Subscribe, Rate, share, and leave a review! -KFC is bringing back snaps -Feits is making some rather interesting investments lately -Choking -Ben Askren gets tko'd by Jake Paul and people think he took a dive -Top 5 Delinquent toys -Voicemails: Would you let Randy Johnson hunt you if he got to throw one fastball at you a year? -Can you crack your penis? (02:17:22) Ron Funches returns to the show! We discuss his new tv show that combines cooking competitions with marijuana, his recent show collaboration with Puma, best/worst high snacks, and much more. Let us know what you think on twitter: @KFCRadio @KFCBarstool @FeitsBarstool @RonFunches Subscribe to our youtube: barstool.link/KFCRADIO
RUNDOWN To kick off today's show, Mitch remarks at Hotshot's booming car speakers which he heard blaring outside upon his arrival. Then, the guys provide a brief Unfiltered Madness contest update before reacting to Seahawks free agency news followed by a humorous storyline involving Laremy Tunsil. A trio of featured guests are Cecil "DC" Glenn from Tag Team & groundbreaking GEICO commercial, former big-leaguer Calvin Murray, and NBC Sports national NFL writer Peter King. In the "Other Stuff" segment, the variety of topics range from a theme park malfunction to a stunning Bucs roster fact to the passing of a Miami football pioneer. GUESTS Cecil "DC" Glenn | Tag Team Calvin Murray | MLB veteran 1999-2004 Peter King | NBC Sports national NFL columnist TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Hotshot returns with his sound system blaring after being substituted by a fifteen year old last week. 19:38 | Scott went to dinner with former Mitch in the Morning producers to relive some radio memories. 22:55 | Unfiltered Madness is nearing its conclusion and Scott's bracket is the lead horse to limit the prize distribution. 27:39 | John Schneider played musical chairs with his defensive line last week with Carlos Dunlap and Kerry Hyder the last men standing. 32:48 | Could the Seahawks tread water if Lockett or Metcalf got banged up and does this open a window to Antonio Brown? 40:11 | Laremy Tunsil's NFL career may have started out rocky, but he is having the last laugh right now. 48:26 | GUEST: Cecil "DC" Green from hip hop group Tag Team and the hit GEICO ad jumps aboard to tell the story of the filming and reception. 1:13:16 | GUEST: Former MLB outfielder Calvin Murray swings by to recount the infamous Randy Johnson bird incident from his perspective in the batter's box. 1:34:41 | GUEST: Peter King checks in to discuss the top NFL offseason storylines such as the Dolphins blockbuster trade and Russell Wilson rumors. 1:55:04 | You never know what you'll find at a yard sale, including a bowl worth a half million bucks! 1:58:54 | The Brooklyn Nets are piling up all stars like it's going out of style. 2:04:45 | Tampa becomes the first team to return its entire starting unit for the first time in the salary cap era with the re-signing of Leonard Fournette. 2:06:44 | RIP to Grand Canyon basketball player Oscar Frayer, TV star Jessica Walter, and football coaching legend Howard Schnellenberger.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys giggle about the popcorn-worthy Twitter spat between Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon & ESPN reporter Jamison Hensley and tease Hotshot's latest music release for Patrons. Then, Mitch and Scott assess the state of the M's as they pick up the pieces from last week's PR nightmare, discuss whether or not Tiger Woods is beloved, and remark on the courting of Russell Wilson across the league. Today's featured guest are salary cap expert Joel Corry, former MLB executive Steve Phillips, and co-founder of Concussion Legacy Foundation Dr. Chris Nowinski. The "Other Stuff" segment covers a variety of topics including sponsorship interest by Manscaped, Mitch's strange Randy Johnson encounters, and a concerning voicemail on Scott's phone! GUESTS Joel Corry | Inside the Cap podcast host Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM Dr. Chris Nowinski | Concussion Legacy Foundation CEO TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:46 | Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon is threatening to release photos of ESPN reporter Jamison Hensley at a strip club if he doesn't apologize for his latest column. 5:21 | If you haven't gotten a chance to listen to Hotshot's latest music episode for Patrons, make sure to check it out! 24:07 | The clock is ticking for Mitch to receive the vaccine before his big European family vacation later this year. 26:45 | Will the Mariners organization bounce back from the latest incident resulting in the Kevin Mather's departure stemming from pointed comments at players and staff? 33:00 | The guys describe their initial reaction when they heard Tiger Woods was involved in a rollover car wreck. 42:57 | New Orleans mayor LaToya Cantrell among others is making a pitch to Russ and Ciara to head on down to the bayou and become the Saints next quarterback. 53:12 | GUEST: Joel Corry is back to discuss the Russell Wilson trade rumors from a business angle based on the Seahawks salary cap situation. 1:18:11 | GUEST: Steve Phillips swings by to provide his general manager perspective on the controversial comments that led to Kevin Mather stepping down as M's president. 1:36:05 | GUEST: Dr. Chris Nowinski checks in to share his personal experience with concussions and the prevalence of CTE among former football players. 1:54:08 | There was too much good storytelling with Matt "Stretch" that we had to break it up into three segments in Episode 131. 1:56:07 | Mike Trout's first game-worn jersey is on sale and expected to go for over a million bucks! 1:56:44 | The Las Vegas Knights backed out of their deal with UpickTrade.com after immediate backlash by fans. 1:59:10 | Lady Gaga's dog-walker deserves a raise after getting shot while taking a stroll in the neighborhood. 2:01:08 | A listener defends the business practice by Michael Schwimer investing in baseball prospects for a cut of future contracts. 2:04:21 | Manscaped is eager to become a sponsor for the podcast, but the guys are reluctant. 2:07:25 | Mitch recalls his two encounters with Randy Johnson, both of which were quite unusual. 2:16:59 | Hotshot plays a voicemail he received which explains what he's been doing in his spare time these days.
Subscribe, Rate, and Leave a Review! -Feits kicks off the show addressing the fog he feels like he's been in lately and how he recently got kicked back into a good mood -We recap our first try at the new social media app Clubhouse and what a fiasco that was -PFT Commenter may end up fighting Darren Rovell at RnR in a I Quit (Twitter) Match. How much would it take for you to quit twitter? -Would you rather get caught robbing Randy Johnson throwing baseballs or Barry Bonds with a bat? -Was Tom Brady drunk getting off a boat during the Tampa Superbowl Celebration? We call a close source to find out. -AITA Thursday -Voicemails Let us know what you think on twitter: @KFCRadio @KFCBarstool @Feitsbarstool Let us know what you think on twitter: @KFCRadio @KFCBarstool @Feitsbarstool @JasonBiggs Subscribe to the KFC Radio Youtube Channel for the full podcast: www.youtube.com/c/kfcradio Subscribe to the KFC Radio Clips Youtube Channel for the best clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCspldj_2KhBix7eVxe2H8xg