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"Why on Earth would Jim put away his protection against SATAN?"We've decided to get over the relative uneventfulness of last week's 19th century fiasco with a baker's dozen of unheralded creatures just waiting to be seen. Enter phase two of the 2021 Halloween extravaganza with a dip into Australian pig monsters, claymation demons, and a literal army of villainous standards rampaging all over Mexico. 982 edits btw.0:00 -- Intro8:03 -- Razorback38:28 -- Equinox57:14: -- Santo el enmascarado de plata y Blue Demon contra los monstruos1.18:20 -- Awards and rankings2.15:25 -- Future business2.19:20 -- Outro and outtakesHey! Be sure to watch The Cat o' Nine Tails, Suspiria, and Phenomena for next time! Hey! Just don't look!Hey! Beach Boys pants dusting!Hey! Homer not falling down!Hey! It turns out it's man!Hey! Leave us a voicemail at (801) 896-4542!Hey! Subscribe in iTunes!Hey! Check out the Facebook page and vote on the next category!Hey! Check out Jon's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Check out Roy's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Send new topics! Send new theme songs!Download this episode right here!
Join HawgSports.com publisher Trey Biddy, along with Razorback insider Curtis Wilkerson and Auburn Undercover beat writer Nathan King as they discuss Arkansas' upcoming matchup with the Tigers on Saturday, the latest in Hog hoops recruiting and more... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Call us "Widow" because we may have peaked this episode. The boys are back, and back with a few special guests. The guys preview the Week 7 slate with some huge games in the SEC including: Kiffin's return to Rocky Top, Razorback revenge game vs Auburn, Florida vs LShoe, Bama bounce back vs Miss St, AND an absolutely huge breakdown of the UGA/Kentucky showdown in Athens with Kirk Herbstreit. Finally the guys close out with an awesome interview with Danny Kanell putting feelings over facts on teams, topics, and fans that need to hear it most.
For KJ Jefferson, there are two things that have always been intertwined as part of his life: sports and family. That family and the Sardis, Miss., community saw something in KJ: the potential for something more. And they helped him stay on the right path. Eventually, KJ saw that opportunity to escape to better things, and bought into himself. At the center of it all is KJ's relationship with his biggest supporter: His mom. KJ is a self-admitted momma's boy, and she has no problem holding him accountable for what he does on the field. Now, KJ continues to emerge and develop as a big-time player for the Razorback football team. His future looks brighter than ever. And as he continues his football journey, his mom, his family and the whole community back home will be with him every step of the way.
John Nabors discusses the Razorback loss to Ole Miss over the weekend, why the two point conversion was the right call, and why KJ Jefferson is the QB everyone should want. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Listen to this latest episode as Sam Stimpson recaps the crushing Ole Miss loss. He talks about why the two-point call was the right one, the lacking defense, and a record day from Arkansas QB KJ Jefferson in his home state. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPod You can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!
"Nothing happened; he just made up a story that implicated himself in two murders."The annual Halloween YM&T marathon is here! Zo reclaims his rightful throne of spook in a discussion of Frankensteins, vampires, and werewolves of days of 19th century yore. Here are two things I personally forgot to mention. First, Frankenstein should have just used his friend Paul's brain and I'm surprised he didn't. Second, the fearless vampire professor sure freezes in Looney Tunes-like ways.0:00 -- Intro11:20 -- The Curse of Frankenstein32:40 -- The Fearless Vampire Killers52:49 -- The Wolfman1.11:20 -- Awards and rankings1.47:58 -- Future business1.53:11 -- Outro and outtakesHey! Be sure to watch Santo and Blue Demon vs. the Monsters, Equinox, and Razorback for next time! Hey! Leave us a voicemail at (801) 896-4542!Hey! Subscribe in iTunes!Hey! Check out the Facebook page and vote on the next category!Hey! Check out Jon's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Check out Roy's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Email us at email@example.com! Send new topics! Send new theme songs!Download this episode right here!
Houston Nutt likes what he's seeing from Arkansas so far in 2021. The former Razorback head coach joins Q & Z to help preview Saturday's matchup with Ole Miss and tells the guys why the Hogs can win the game. Then he sticks around as our celebrity guest picker this week, and we break down the best games in college football this weekend. ----------- Want more? Subscribe to Hogs Plus to view video versions of every single episode. Also, follow The Razorback Daily on social media for behind-the-scenes content. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
Join HawgSports.com publisher Trey Biddy, Razorback insider Curtis Wilkerson and OM Spirit co-publisher David Johnson as they break down this weekend's matchup between No. 13 Arkansas and No. 17 Ole Miss in Oxford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Listen now as Sam Stimpson previews the Ole Miss game this week! He talks about the Arkansas elite secondary going up against Heisman frontrunner Matt Corral, how Arkansas must be two dimensional, and all other things previewing this matchup of the #13 Arkansas Razorbacks at #17 Ole Miss Rebels! Timestamps:Arkansas Rush Defense vs. Ole Miss Rush: 2:03Arkansas Pass Defense vs. Matt Corral/Ole Miss Pass: 4:12Arkansas Offense: 9:17Ole Miss Defense: 13:42Special Teams: 16:00Prediction: 17:12 Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPod You can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!
Positionless basketball is a buzzword in the sport today. Having guys capable of playing any position creates flexibility and matchup nightmares for the opposition. And that's what Eric Musselman is doing at Arkansas. And so Au'Diese Toney, a senior transfer from Pitt, seems like the perfect fit. Last season, he averaged career highs of 14 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists in 16 games before a car crash and a concussion knocked him out for the season. After that disappointing end to his junior season, Toney entered the transfer portal, and was greeted with offers from more than 20 schools. But he chose Arkansas for two reasons: a desire to win at the highest level, and a chance to take his game to the next level with the help of Musselman. As one of the latest transfers to join the Razorback program under Musselman, Toney is ready to make his mark at Arkansas.
With zero losses against SEC West foes this season, the Hogs still control their own destiny. Q & Z take a look at the remaining schedule and discuss how the next few weeks are critical. Plus, is Saturday's game all about who can take a hit and get back up? Then, the guys relive a Razorback classic that turns 20 this year. ----------- Want more? Subscribe to Hogs Plus to view video versions of every single episode. Also, follow The Razorback Daily on social media for behind-the-scenes content. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
John Nabors discusses how the benefits of having a good football team can help recruiting in all the other Razorback sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join HawgSports.com publisher Trey Biddy, Razorback hoops insider Curtis Wilkerson, football recruiting expert Danny West and Dawgs247 analyst Rusty Mansell for a look at the big week in Razorback football and basketball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bobby talks to Lunchbox who now believes his hometown sign is real after stopping in Mountain Pine to see it. Bobby also how people can make up that they've had alien abductions. We also talk about a man who drowned with a winning lottery ticket. Eddie also says that he is being confused for a Razorback fan. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Listen now as Sam Stimpson talks about the, 4-0, #8 ranked Arkansas Razorbacks and their recent win over the Texas A&M Aggies! He talks about KJ Jefferson's injury and his yards per attempt/completion number, the elite pass defense, special teams completing a game, and the grades of the whole game! Timestamps:Offense: 1:10Defense: 7:42Special Teams: 11:43Grades: 12:58 Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPod You can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!
Despite what he may say, Bumper Pool is unique. There's the name: Bumper, which began as a nickname but is now his legal first name. There's the fact that he chose to live out his dream at Arkansas over so many top programs. And there's the fact that he's the latest in a line of great Arkansas linebackers from Texas. None of that would matter, though, if it wasn't for his high school coach convincing him to give up playing quarterback and make the move to defense. Since then, Bumper has enjoyed tremendous success on a personal level. He's been an SEC and national defensive player of the week, an All-SEC selection, and finished in the top 10 nationally in total tackles last season. But the wins weren't there. And for a guy who cares so much about turning this program around, that mattered. And that's where Sam Pittman comes in. Two wins over ranked teams and a top-10 national ranking later, it seems like Bumper Pool is well on his way to making sure he leaves a mark—on opposing offenses AND the Razorback program.
Q & Z look ahead to Arkansas' clash with Georgia this weekend and tell you why the Razorbacks are the best offense the Dogs have faced this season. Then, the guys catch up with U of A interim chancellor Dr. Charles Robinson, who loves the success the Hogs are having. ----------- Want more? Subscribe to Hogs Plus to view video versions of every single episode. Also, follow The Razorback Daily on social media for behind-the-scenes content. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
J.B. brings on a few of his friends for a special Hogs episode! Join Aaron, Caitlin, Dustin, & J.B. as they discuss the current state of the Arkansas football program, how they went from 2-10 to #8 in the country, and what the future looks like for the Razorbacks under head coach Sam Pittman. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reformed-sec-tavern/message
John Nabors discusses Sam Pittman's philosophy on positive reinforcement in coaching, why the Razorback program is being built on a strong foundation and not tooth picks, and some numbers to how Arkansas can upset Georgia this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The boys wrap up the last week of college football in the month of September. They start with some hot takes that you absolutely will want to hear including a special guest going over some bold CFP predictions. Next Chris & Tyler recap week 4 starting in Dallas with Arkansas incredible win over Texas A&M. After Chris apologizes to Razorback fans everywhere they discuss Florida/Tenn, Kentucky/South Carolina, some UGA & Bama talk and wrap up with Florida/Tennessee. After they leave the SEC they head over to the laughing stock of P5 - the ACC. Clemson sucks, and we love to see it. AND FINALLY they close out with 3 absolutely hilarious listener voicemails from this Saturday. Enjoy!
They kick it off with a foreign feeling for Justin, talking about an undefeated Razorback football team. They recap the weekend, from the Steelers game to the carnivals and fairs they played at and how Justin's daughter Ella joined them on the road. Justin shares that Ella has begged to, and is now playing contact football. He's curious to find out how she does, and hopes she doesn't get hurt. They read through fan submissions, and even talk about JR possibly joining TikTok. They cap off the episode talking about an upcoming fundraiser show in AR for the local Boys & Girls Club. The Justin Moore Podcast is sponsored by: Bobcat Company. This episode is brought to you by Wrangler, Bangtail Whiskey and This Little Piggy. Spread the word! #JustinMoorePodcast _________ All episodes available to watch on YouTube, follow along on social media for teasers and updates throughout the week. The Justin Moore Podcast on Instagram Follow Justin: On Tour Instagram Twitter Facebook Spotify Apple Music Follow JR the Handler and get some merch: Instagram Twitter www.jrthehandler.com Produced by: Cody Villalobos
Dylan discusses the insanity that is Minneapolis sports with Al and Tyler Dalsin. T Wolves fire their President of Basketball Ops a week before Training Camp. Vikings start the season 0-2 in the most Vikings way possible. Is the NFC North wide open? Who wins, Tampa or LA? San Fran or Green Bay? Can the Minnesota Gophers go on a run? Dylan wraps up the podcast with an in depth look at the College Football Game of the Week, Arkansas-A&M, with Andy Stoops. The Razorback alum gives us a look at the Hogs red hot start and what to expect this Saturday in Dallas against the Aggies.
The Razorbacks have lost nine straight games to the Aggies, but five of the losses have been by one possession or in overtime. It's a series that's been a lot closer than you think. Q & Z break it down and tell you why things could be about to change. Plus, the 2022 Razorback football schedule is out, and the guys give you their thoughts.
Listen now as Sam gives a full preview of the Arkansas vs. Texas A&M game! He talks about the elusive rushing game on both teams, young QBs in Jefferson vs. Calzada, and dominant defenses on both sides of the ball! Timestamps:Arkansas Offense: 0:51Texas A&M Defense: 5:29Arkansas Rushing: 9:33Texas A&M Offense: 10:58Arkansas Defense: 15:44 Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPod You can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!
After a big win over Georgia Southern, Arkansas has turned its attention to Texas A&M, and so have Q & Z. They catch up with Voice of the Aggies Andrew Monaco, who breaks down the A&M offense and defense for us. Then, it's time to take a look back at this week in Razorback history. ------------- Want more? Subscribe to Hogs Plus to view video versions of every single episode. Also, follow The Razorback Daily on social media for behind-the-scenes content. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
Hayden Henry understands that he's probably not the first member of the Henry family that comes to your mind. You might think of his older brother, Hunter, a tight end for the New England Patriots. Or Hudson, his younger brother and tight end for the Razorbacks. Or maybe even his dad, Mark, a pastor in Little Rock and former Razorback himself. But now, Hayden is making a name all on his own. And when he hears his name called, he's reminded his final season as a Hog almost never happened. When you want something bad enough, you're going to put in the work. And Hayden has done that, going from walk-on, to scholarship player, to SEC Defensive Player of the Week. But perhaps most importantly, he has the trust of his teammates. Playing for Arkansas has been a source of pride for the Henry family. And now Hayden is making the Razorback family proud.
Join HawgSports.com publisher Trey Biddy as we take a look at Saturday's matchup with the Georgia Southern Eagles. Arkansas Razorbacks insider Curtis Wilkerson joins us to talk the latest with Razorback football, along with the latest in Hog basketball recruiting. All that and more on HawgSports LIVE... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jon Gabrus and Betsy Sodaro join Matt Besser for scenes about getting invited on a honeymoon, an unsanitary toast, and priming crowd work targets at a Don Rickles show. Later, they confront Met Gala fashion, deal with tough period piece props, and Besser breaks down his trip to Arkansas and the Razorback football game.
John Nabors looks at the reasons why Razorback football won't let Georgia Southern be a trap game with Connor O'Gara of SDS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Listen now for a full preview of Arkansas' Week 2 game vs. Georgia Southern! Sam talks about the Arkansas rushing attack with KJ Jefferson, Trelon Smith, etc vs the Georgia Southern 4-3 set. He also talks about the unique triple option that GA Southern runs and how it matches up vs. the Hogs 3-2/4-2 set! Timestamps:Arkansas Offense vs. GA Southern Defense: 0:34GA Southern Offense vs. Arkansas Defense: 8:19Prediction: 16:34 You can call into the show and leave a voicemail at (479) 222-2480! Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPodYou can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!
John Nabors discusses whether or not the atmosphere of Arkansas vs. Texas was the greatest in Razorback history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rev. Chris Anderson. Pastor Mount Olive Cumberland Presbyterian (5.6 years) and Pineville Cumberland Presbyterian (2 years). Arkansas Presbytery – Vice Chair, Board of Missions. 6th generation Cumberland Presbyterian. Born and reared in Batesville, Arkansas. Home church is Faith-Hopewell Cumberland Presbyterian. Grandparents Vaughn and Avis Anderson were the primary planters of the Faith congregation over 55 years ago. Profession of faith was in May of 1990 and was baptized by Rev. Wayne Wood. Education: Master of Divinity – 2017, Memphis Theological Seminary, B.S. Social Sciences – 1996, Bethel College, High school – 1991, Batesville high school. Spouse: Dr. Mary Anderson. Family Physician. Children: Madison – University of Arkansas, Pre-med, Chemistry, & Spanish, Jake – Williams Baptist College, Education & basketball team, Caleb – Arkansas State University, Computer Science, & basketball team, Zachary – University of Arkansas, Pre-med and Chemistry. Pets: Charlie – Border collie and Hades – A very cool black Tom Cat. Hobbies: Writing and recording music. Own a home recording studio. Instruments played: guitar, bass, drums, and keyboard. Season ticket holder Arkansas Razorback football. Love all things Razorback, but I have a kid that's an ASU Red Wolf so that's a challenge sometimes. Enjoy hunting, fishing, and playing golf. Whatever my wife tells me to do. Permission to use the song Josie Brown for this podcast courtesy of Chris Anderson.
Q & Z—and all of Razorback nation—are still fired up about the Hogs' big win over Texas, so they dive into how it happened and what it means for the rest of the season. Then, a couple of Hogs earned SEC honors, and we have to clarify that nobody associated with the Daily was injured during Saturday's game. ------------- Want more? Subscribe to Hogs Plus to view video versions of every single episode. Also, follow The Razorback Daily on social media for behind-the-scenes content. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
Episode 90 with Jake Andrew Raulerson is a bonus/impromptu edition recorded in Fayetteville, Arkansas.Raulerson played for both the Texas Longhorns and the Arkansas Razorbacks and earned degrees from both schools.The Celina, Texas native has a unique perspective beginning with advice to prospective student-athletes on maximizing their 5-years to earn both an undergraduate and graduate degrees.Jake was torn this past Saturday in Fayetteville as a devoted Longhorn and a loyal Razorback.Emotions were high to say the least.Raulerson said the Longhorns have everything to gain from this demoralizing loss and that Texas has the opportunity to truly have a special season especially since this occurred so early in the season.Changing quarterbacks is not necessarily the solution for Texas, according to Jake. The improvements must occur on the lines. He should know, Raulerson was a lineman.UT's 40-21 loss was all about the battles lost on the offensive line, the Hogs' physicality, and the fact the Texas defense was on the field for far too long.When asked about the Hog fans storming the field and why? Raulerson said that was caused by the emotions from beating Texas & from the program's recent history of not having success.A special thanks to saxtoninsurance.com & Cosmic Coffee + Beer GardenRaulerson's "Man Cave Story" involved a small smart car he owned while a Longhorn making runs to McDonald's with 2 other large lineman.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StoriesManCave)
Join HawgSports.com publisher Trey Biddy, Razorback reporter Curtis Wilkerson and Horns247 managing editor Taylor Estes as they preview the upcoming matchup between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Texas Longhorns Saturday night in Fayetteville... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 15 previews week 2 of high school and Razorback football. Horns down week for the Hogs. Another round of game picks for Matty Stats and Junk Vegas. Matty Stats has a 5 game lead thru 2 weeks. Can Matty Stats close the gap this week? Tune in and get prepped for week 2!!
John Nabors discusses the reasons as to why Arkansas fans should be feeling good heading into Texas with Tera Talmadge of the Pig Trail Nation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arkansas running back Trelon Smith is on a path to be a big-time playmaker for the Razorbacks. But if it wasn't for football, his life might've taken a different turn. A Texas high school football standout, the sport gave him the opportunity he wanted. But after a couple of seasons at Arizona State, Smith entered the transfer portal—landing him an Arkansas offer he was quick to accept. It might not have been that easy at first. He had to sit out a year due to transfer rules. And he was behind Rakeem Boyd on the depth chart. But he knew he'd get his chance. And when the chance came, Smith was ready, piling up 710 yards on just 134 carries in 2020. Had football not kept Smith on the right path, Arkansas may never have been in the picture. Now, he's looking to become the next Razorback 1,000-yard rusher.
Kirk Bohls, long time writer for the Austin American-Statesman and who knows Quinn Grovey well, joins the show to talk all things Texas. The guys recall the old rivalry and look forward to it being renewed in the SEC. Then, there's some exciting news for Razorback fans—Bo Mattingly joins the show to tell you everything you need to know about Hogs+.
This week I brought on the show, playwright, screenwriter, director, and actor, John Pollono. I wanted to go down the road a little bit about his remarkable journey in the business which expands across theatre and short films. John is one of the founders of the Jabberwocky Theatre Company in 2004 which became the Rogue Machine Theatre in 2008 where he produced his earlier plays. His big break came with his screenplay for the acclaimed biographical drama film, Stronger which premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.The screenplay, based on Bauman's memoir Stronger, was number two on the Black List (most-liked "motion picture screenplays not yet produced) in 2016.Stronger, starring multiple award-winning actors, Jake Gyllenhaal, is the inspiring real-life story of Jeff Bauman --- an ordinary man who captured the hearts of his city and the world to become a symbol of hope after surviving but losing his legs in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and must adjust to his new life.This project came along for John right after signing with Los Angelos - based Creative Artists Agency. Producers, Alex Young and Todd Lieberman were already familiar with Pollono's work. And they were on the hunt for something. That was when adapting Stronger became a prospect. At the time, the book was not yet published so he had a chance to review the unpublished book. Producer Scott Silver was looking to mentor a more junior writer for the Stronger film and fortuitously, John was a good fit having grown up 20 minutes from where the characters take place, he was the best candidate for the job. So, with a follow-up pitch, the book's film adaptation screenplay was sold to Lionsgate.Writing Stronger (the film) was a double success for Pollono. Not only was he mentored directly by the incredible Scott Silver and receiving writing directions about theme, structure, etc, but the project brought him some notoriety as well by topping number two on the blacklist a year before production. That script made a big enough splash for his career.Besides Stronger, Pollono is known for writing Small Engine Repair (the play and its film adaptation), Lost Girls (2013 and 2015) Off-Broadway release, Second Of Rules (the play), Lost and Found (2006), Razorback (play, staged in 2008) and his one-act Illuminati play which won Best Play at the 2010 Network One-Act Festival in New York City. In his career in front of the camera, Pollono made appearances on shows like Grey's Anatomy, recurring roles on Mob City and NBC's This Is Us TV series, and have worked professionally in entertainment Public RelationsPollono's love for stories and movies dates back to being a kid who was also a voracious reader -- reading every Stephen King book there is. He picked up short story writing at a pretty young age. Obviously, he had a sort of knack for storytelling and started pursuing that path and passion to become a filmmaker and has been fortunate to shadow so many directors who I really admire in the business.He earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1994 from the University of New Hampshire and did two semesters of film school at NYU on an exchange. His experience in New York City, being surrounded by such a diverse group of artists was the biggest epiphany of his life that helped him decide his filmmaking career.He's guest-starred in the television series, How I Met Your Mother and has had smaller acting credits on film and stage.In 2021 he wrote and directed the black comedy-drama, Small Engine Repair which will premiere this September. The film is based on Pollono's play of the same name. I can not recommend this film enough. It is easily one of the best films I've seen in 2021. Events spin wildly out of control when three lifelong friends agree to do a favor on behalf of the brash young woman they all adore. It follows lifelong friends Frank (John Pollono), Swaino (Jon Bernthal), and Packie (Shea Whigham) who share a love of the Red Sox, rowdy bars, and Frank's teenaged daughter Crystal (Bravo). But when Frank invites his pals to a whiskey-fueled evening and asks them to do a favor on behalf of the brash young woman they all adore, events spin wildly out of control in this exploration of brotherhood, class struggle, and toxic masculinity.This interview was a pretty cool conversation and I did not hold back getting John to share all the gems of the business he's learned and fun questions like what it's like working with Frank Darabont and working on the new Hulk Hogan movie currently in production.Enjoy my conversation with John Pollono.
Hawgs Illustrated publisher Clay Henry knows a thing or two about the Arkansas-Texas rivalry. He joins Q & Z to talk about why Razorback fans just can't stand the Longhorns. Plus, a look back at this week in Razorback history. ------------- Want more? Follow The Razorback Daily on social media for video and behind-the-scenes content from every episode. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
Listen now for a full recap of the Week 1 game against the Rice Owls! Sam gives a full recap and reaction show to the Hogs 38-17 Week 1 win! He talks about the struggling passing game, strong running game, special teams issues, pass rushing, and much more! You can call into the show and leave a voicemail at (479) 222-2480! Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPodYou can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!
Razorback Football is finally here, and Q & Z have you covered. Quinn breaks down the Hogs' matchup with Rice and tells you the players the Razorback defense will be watching for. Then, we go big picture with our college football picks for the weekend—will you agree with them? ------------- Want more? Follow The Razorback Daily on social media for video and behind-the-scenes content from every episode. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
We're breaking down the Arkansas-Rice matchup on today's show, with Quinn giving his thoughts on what to expect. Then, Arkansas associate AD Elvis Moya tells Q & Z what fans can look forward to on game day. Finally, we bring you the stat of the week, and Z does a little riff on a Michael Bolton classic. ------------- Want more? Follow The Razorback Daily on social media for video and behind-the-scenes content from every episode. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
Make no mistake: Sam Pittman is fired up to be Arkansas' head coach. And that passion for the Razorbacks has united the state behind the Head Hog, led to T-shirts and catch phrases, and has Razorback fans excited to see what's next after a solid debut season. While it's refreshing—and incredibly important—to have a head coach who embraces the state and relates to the people the way Pittman has, it's not the only thing that matters. This is a proud program that wants to win games. And Pittman knows it. As he continues to revive a program—and a fan base—that's starving for success, Year 2 can be a major step in the right direction.
Razorback head basketball coach Eric Musselman joins Q & Z, and tells them why he's ready for Hog football and gives some updates on his team. Plus, what's it going to be like for the Razorbacks as they take the field for the first time in 2021 Saturday against Rice? ------------- Want more? Follow The Razorback Daily on social media for video and behind-the-scenes content from every episode. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
We just made it through the last week without Razorback football until December. Quinn & Z chat with Arkansas Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek about the upcoming season and what it will look like—he even gives some insight into the reseating of Baum-Walker Stadium. Then, Q & Z answer a fan question—where is the Hogs' most likely road win this season? ------------- Want more? Follow The Razorback Daily on social media for video and behind-the-scenes content from every episode. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
Ask most Razorback fans, and they'll tell you that Year 1 under Sam Pittman was a resounding success. There were SEC wins—something the Razorbacks had gone two full seasons without—but more than that, the fight, effort and toughness had returned to a proud Arkansas program. The season wasn't without its ups and downs, but Pittman took it all in stride and wouldn't change a thing. He knows there's a lot to build on. And so as Pittman and his staff enter Year 2 at Arkansas, where are the Razorbacks in the building process? And what has he been pleased with? Under Pittman's leadership, Arkansas seems well on its way to making the state proud of Razorback football once again.